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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT, REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 4 " THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 ,: + Garden Club Suggests 9 - r History Club Discusse :Metropolitan Seminars coo erate The Florala Garden Club held Jackson C u . Ci y g e p its regular meeting on Thurs- were Mrs. Charles Howell and in this project. On January 4, 19'/3 members Guests for the meeting were For the next day, January II, 19% at the Lake Mrs. Edwin Lord, who served Mrs. Curt Savage announced of the Florala History Club as- Mrs. Fred Mueller, Mrs.B.C. Cox will be .... delicious refreshments of that plans have been made for sembled at the Lake Jackson Tommy Mathis and daughter, Mrs. John Baldwin | __ | strawberry Yum-Yum cake, pouring the cement walk to the Clubhouse to continue the study Laura Lee Mathis. hostess. I ~ -'l ~ A II I partycrackers, nuts, and Club House. "Metropolitan Seminarsin1-) * ] *l 1" 11 IVII Im 11 ~11 I coffee Those present for the club ' - Art" Drloesmalas Luncheon I ~ ~Aaa-I ~ I The" vro~ram leaders were meeting were: Mrs. Marion Mrs. Otis Mathis was hos- I -.~ uwv=~w v I Mrs. Leroy Harrison and Mrs. Mickelson, Mrs. G. V. Gamble, tess for the afternoon and'/"I " -- " I __ I Lodie Zimbril. The program Mrs. Curtis Savage, Mrs. served a salad plate with uompnments janlce ja, l By James & Betty I was on Anti-Litter and Poilu- Charles Howell, Mrs. B.C. Cox, coffee.. Mrs.. Tommy Mathis M,~. ...................... m~,tv,~,~a,,um~. I I tion Control. How? The spea- Mrs. W. W. Adams, Mrs. A.C. and httle Miss Laura Lee Ma- - ,, ' ,, .............. J.L. Wfllette comphmented DISH GARDENS I - I key on this subject wasMr. Ed- Sellars, MrsL Sam.Jackson, [ms .asslstea Mrs. Maims in Miss Janice Jackson and her "r,~lP A'r D/HE I 6?" ~.~_, I win Lord, who is Chairmanof Mrs. nomerJonnson, Mrs. C.A. serving .ur,u. ~. o--u . Mrs. C. A. Ganey, presl- bridesmaids luncheon on Sat- BELL GARDENCI I ~'~'I~~~: I the Water Board. He gave a Moon, Mrs. C. E. Suffalow, . . wedding attendants at a lovely -. I J~lJ,'~;~,a',~. ~ /~'~ / most interesting and informa- Mrs. I.D. Radford, Mrs. oent, asked members to sing r .......... u day January 6 at 12 30 Mrs J B Clary Y I7-'~'~:,~//~/,~P:~A~,T ~. / tire talk on the work beingdone Charles Mixon, Mrs. Lodie "America me t~eauntui ' anu o'cloc'k "" '- " " I//./~.~ $'~ ~ | to clear our water and the pro- Ktmbrfl and Mrs. Marcus Gun- repeat the club collect. ._ The party was held at the spa- t~S~hemBl~e;e~P?arrY( I ~/~ tl~_~~ / gress on the lagoon, ter. _ Mrs. oonntmmwmpresentea cious home of Mrs. Reeves on Tuesday night, Jaouary! l d ~ ~7~~,~ I Roll call was answered with I~IDI[ lllPI~('l~ ~ertP[ogras%:t~ ~omposmon- Lake Drive. Mrs. Alva Skinner, i l ~ ~ ~ ~'~'~)'~l a piece of litter that was un- ~|~ILIE ~[;K,,])[ ... s . . e s. .. Upon arrival of guests, tasty dent, opened the meet~ l ~'~-~/~/'~ l sightly on the streets., ............ ~ne re.mmaea me group ma.~ cranberry punch was served in the readin~ of the Garde I ~hJlft'~Y,~-~-~~ l The program leaders asked w.nere the .sp~tt o~ tile Compositmn IS so ~mportam . . ........ the hwng room. The hostess Prayer. After roll ca that each program mus far nan inn d e " n " /-'~'~\~---~!1~ I for a 90-day Clean-up Program k?O. '~o there is ll,~itv." included some of this work. In Phe eho:2;:elm~erCma~%l~ra, s~ ~:hr m:vorbi~r ~nsw:r~ I / in Florala. Much discussion wn ts me aumor of the I "How soon's that blonde l was made about contactingabove statement~ general, compositions fall into r " ' P d ........... M s. Smith, the groom-elect s minutes were read as I ,,,,,+,, K,,i~" l every Club to cooperate and 2. To whom was he Writing9 two oroaa classmcanons rne .... e ....... tw~, a+ .... tonal .~.m2~.'sit;.m ,.vt, r. reports were nearulrolu ......... ~ ......... v reed ', I / Mayor Joe it. ~. arts ag 3. Has this statement prm- :? _~: .... ,: .... y ,+u .t~: ,u The dining table was covered men ofthestandingcomn / , l to haven 90-Day Proclamation en to be truer wmcn ~spiacea.on a nat can- with a lovely linen cloth and Mrs: Jeanne Geoha vassurlace auQ irle [nree Ol [No mutter when, we II | in the paper soon. This will 4. Where may it be found9 ........... - centered with a crystal bowl of welcomed as a new me Ibave her car re++dy / take the cooperation ot every a ...... ,_ ~.'Lt_ ~ .... " mensmnat wmcn e~!mmates me camellias and a dou~)le row of to the club. I " / citizen in order for this to be iaaJwll$ IO OIBI~ VI~I$~ canvas so to s.p.ea.K..ana opens Pink Perfection camellias, ex- Mrs. John R. Cook, | -- - 1 a success. The Mayor asked 1. Paul the Apostle. up the spac.e.oenma ~.. ~ . tended the length of the longta- director introduced 1 I i,,eter$ / that the Club cooperate with him 2, The Christians ............. st r,n,_ Nlrs.~aluwmmennoneoanu ble '" " " in beautifying certain places in inth exp!amed,., syve~l lPa~%tmgs The table for four had a st- spea;errse~r:d 1 Ill I11 II l ucn as l~s[er iutt e y an I Oll-'ff~ll / Flurala" " B "falow was ad3. It certainly has untaught ......... painter, Joseph ~ ua milar arrangment of camel- ing ,,Prgram on ' Dl I . rs ~. r~ ut " 4 [I ~" ' " . , ........ " .. lias. The place cards carried dens. Beautiful arrm l !he~ t~a~hd:nCb~:t~e~t~:~Onntih:dg~ ~s?17 , ws, rneoourneyottneMag~ | ..... , ....; out the color scllemeofpinkand were displayed, by M Fast, Dependable By uenozzo L~OzZOll, 'tiotoeln s - - _.. .... i. .... ,....__;k. I A ............. whltu, rt~vn, wnu ~xpatnuu .~ I Avto Service / perg ' " g" " pa- : "~k I -uenmarznn--t t:tenes, ann,, ' t~tyozaaestmnstmaAct- fetThewasCenterp]eCea beautifully" on 'dressedthe buf- fromrangementSone holida),Culd d be I HIGHWAY 331 NORTH | ;rhe Club voted to wire in the [ I [or uancmg bride doll with a circle of pink another. All- mere I PHONE a-Z0e2 l rose bed gardenandplacegeese . '__ . ,~-,~'-- t l.. ,I, camellias around her feet. Spa- Mrs. Harrison #tmencan ~Jancer ~octety 4ill Wrong cimen camellias were used around a table 'athere to destroy the nut grass. ~. ~ ened blueberries or pears. "A nickel g,,es a long way "_ ardon me, sir," inter- throughout the living room and member arranged a Consolidated Report of Condition of Of Florala In The State Of Alabama and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on ASSETS - 1. Cash and due from banks (including $ None unpostecl debits) . . . 1,174,221.46 2. U. S. Treasury securities .................... 2,141,388.91 3. Obligations of other U. S. Governm eat agencies and corporations .. 1, "/04, 531.25 4. Obligations of States and political subdivisions .......... 987,447.52 5. Other securities (including $ None corporate stocks) . . . None 6. Trading account securities ................. None 7. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell . .... , . ,., ......... 800,000.00 8. Other loans ............................. 4,288,694.01 9. ~ank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises .................... 23,975.87 10. Real estate owned other than bank premises. ....... 7,200.00 11. Investments In subsidiaries not consolidated ........ None 12. Customer,s liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ......................... None 13. Other assets ........................ ... 236.75 14. TOTAL ASSETS .......................... 11,127,695.7"/ - LIABILITIES. 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........................... .3,564,283.27 16. Time and savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........ ................. s,~04,0~8.28 17. Deposits o: United States Government .............. 46,044.15 18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ........... "/00,336.77 19. Deposits'of foreign governments and official institutions . None 20. Deposits of commercial banks ............... None 21. Certified and officers' checks, etc .................. 72,594.92 22. TOTAL DEPOSrrs ............... $'10,18'/,32'/.49 (a) Total demand deposits ........... 4,045+759.11 (b) Total time and savings deposits ...... 5,141,568.38 23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold unde~ agreements to repurchase ................. None 24. Other liabilities for borrowed money ........... None 25. Mortgage indebtedness ................... None 26. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ......................... None 2"/. Other liabilities ..... ....................77,314,71 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES ..................... 10,264,642.20 29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES... .......... , .......... None - RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES- 30. Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service ;rulings) .............. 31. Other reserves on loans .... '. ............. None 32. Reserves on securities .................... . None 83. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS ANDSECURITIES ......... CAPITALACCOUNTS. 72,352.22 72,352.22 34. (;~pltal notes and debentures ................ None (specify Interest rate and maturity of each issue outstandincr) 35. ,Equity capital, tol~l,. ............ ~ ........ 790.701.35 $6.Preferrad stock - total par value ............ .None (No. shares outstanding - None) $'/, Oommon stock - total par value ................ 200,000.00 (No. shares authorized 2000) (No. shares outstanding 2000) $8.Surplus ....; ........................ 20u,000.00 ~. Undivided profits ......................... 325,701.35 40.Reserve for contL,~,unciee and other capital reserves ...... 65,000.00 41, TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS " ..... . ................... 790.701.35 42.TOTAL L/ABILITIES, RESERVES, ~ CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................................. 11,127,695.7'/ - MEMORANDA - I. Average of total deposits :or the 15 calendar days ending with call date . . . ......................... 10,193._148.48 ~. Averlle of total lomm for tim 15 calendlLr days ending with call date ................. 4,~9.27V.56 total capital ancotmts .................... None It G.G. Hart, Executive Vice President, of the ~,e-nemad bank, do solemnly swear tha4 tl~ report of condition ts true and correct, to the b41st of my knowledl~ and I~11~. Correct - Attest: DIRECTORS G.G. HART E. P. RODWELL, JR REX WHITCOMB A. O. WILLIAMS, JR. of Alabama. County of Covinet0~. set Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of Uanuary. 1973. and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director o~ mls bank My Commission Expires october 31,/976 Helen Robbins, Notary l~bUc They are delicious! It takes a plateful at my house. My hus- band likes them. Now, this is late, but here is; a good recipe ]ror canning your pears for salad. Peal, core and cut in halves your pears. Add on can of Orange diet Shasta and artifi- cial sweetener and cook about lO minutes. It makes a beautiful orange colored pear and a delicious fla- vor. With 2 or 3 unsweetened these days. You can carry "" oted the lovely lady, "but one for weeks without find. r'Otl're wearing your marriage ink anything .t w, ill buy."-- ing on the wrong finger.'" John W. Moor(. Plains (Tex. "I know," groaned the Record. orward young man. "I mar- led ihe wrong woman." - i , Wh,,:;(~ trusteth in .lehovah, happy is he.--(Pr.v. 16:20). The true road to worth- while and tml)py experiences lies through the placing of our..plans in God's care. Noth/ng Cheap Piano Salesman: "A pi- .)no, sir9 I suppose you will be wanting a grand pianog" Mr. Newrich: "Grand young man, I want a magnificent one!" Same Salesman Mother .... What hapDened, when' that high-p r e s s u r e salesman called today." Daughter, "Oh, I sold him father's old clothes and all the discarded furniture in the attic:." "A pat on the hank devel- ops character--if given often enough and low enough." dining room as well as the fam- ily room. The delightful luncheon menu consisted of chicken supreme, congealed cranbe/'ry salao, broccoli casserole, assorted relishes, homemade rolls and iced tea or coffee. Dainty meringues, filled with straw- berry parfait, was served for dessert. At the conclusion of the lun- cheon, Miss Jackson presented gifts of silver vases to her at- tendants. The hostess' gift to the bride-elect was a silver casserole dish with glass liners. Enjoying the luncheon with the honoree were her mother, Mrs. Sam Jackson, the groom- elect's mother, Mrs. Leamon Smith, Mrs. Bruce Smith, Mrs. Jon Sellers, Mrs. Sal Saraniti, Miss Sharon Steele, Mrs. Sonny Smart, Mrs. Frank Bradford, Mrs. AI Jackson, Miss Doris Powell, Miss Cathy Owen, Miss Sherry McClure and Miss Anel- le Bagley, and Mrs. Anthony Allen. den of their own. The dainties being served hostess to the bern and two Alva Skinner, Mrs. reason, Mrs. Jimmy Mrs. Jeanne Geoha John R. Cook, sey, Mrs. Hurshel Mrs. James Denney, roy Harrison, Mrs. MaX and Mrs. Inez BIRTH ANNOUNCEi Another grandson Royce Hooten's born and Mrs. Byron R. Kailua, Hawaii, 19%. They have one 2 1/2 yrs. old. Mr. Gerald Adams of are the other proud rents. @ :N0US~t0 !St~u V, The I~st l'irc protection in the world comes from vou-- and kibcrly National. First. you should elilllillillC XVIlti{ I'irc hazards you Cllll in \our home, and second, call your Liberty National Insurance Agent. He'll make sure your home and/or furnishings are covered in case of fire and a number of other pclils. In fact. Liberty Nationars fire and xlcnded coverage policy Call protect yOtll" honlc and its conlcnis against I'irc. lightning, windstorm, hail. riot. civil commotion, explosions. aircntft, vehicles and smoke. Liberty National even has a policy for apartmen! dwellers with the same extended coverage. You've taken Ihe tWO most inlportant steps in fire protection. A complete check of your home to eliminate fire haz- ards, and a fire insurance policy that gives you "peace of mind." Liberty National Fire Insurance protects your home the way .Liberty National Life Insurance protects your way of life L! BERTY NATIONAL FIRE INSURANE'I! ('()MI~NY II(}\ll lll ll(I 1111{\11\(,11%\1 \1 Ml\\l\ t, / i; Serving The TOP PHOTO SHOWS THE DAMAGE DONE to the wall separating Vantty Beauty Shop and Piggly 'Wiggly when vandals entered Piggly Wiggly supply room by knocking a hole through the Vanity bathroom. Bottom photo is a view of the damage from Piggly Wiggly's point of view. A bit of humor emerged when Curt Savage, owner of Piggly Wiggly, came over and told Reha Davis, owner of Vanity, that he sure was sorry about the bathroom mess. Continuing, In his meek, solemn manner, he turther stated that he guessed he would have to nail a board across the hole In the wall until he could get Carlos BUffalow down there to fix it. He said that Reba~s employees and customers MIGHT be embarrassed to use the bathroom In its present state, Florala Area Are: rrlson aro oun