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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT, REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, PAGE 2 THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, .... ........ ..... -- , veT/" IuJ tltn , Si i i r The Huntiogdon College Sing- M s. Dorothy Sellars, Hunt- and Mrs. Max Willis. Ushers Out-of-town guests for the ers appearance at Florala City ingdon alumni, assisted by Mr. who enjoyed the dinner were musical program were Mr. and School Saturday night was and Mrs. Gorman Lindsey, Carrie and Sissy Savage, Lynn Mrs. Jerry Padgett of Anda- ~:!i ] thoronghly enjoyed by the se-made all the arrangements for Denney, Cindy Woodham, Sarah lusia. Mr. Padgett is choir lect group attending. Duetothe the concert, and was host at a Foster, Connie Adams, Tim director of Andalusia First SAC tournament in Andalusia dinner for thesinginggroupand Willis, Jamie McPhail, Shelia United Methodist Church and in which the Wildcats of Flo- ushers at Eleanor's Restaurant Henderson, Lisa McDaniel, music instructor at Lurleen rala placed runner-up to the in Opp following the concert. Sonya Mosley, Beratta Gomil- B. Wallace Junior College in Andy Bulldogs and other con- Others attending the dinner lion, Rusty Peters, and Robert Andalusia. Also attendingwere flicting events, Floralians at- were Mrs JamesDenney, Mrs. Lindsey. Joining the group af- Gordon Welch, music instruc- tending were disappointed with Larry Woodham, Mrs. Curt ter dinner, for fun and fellow- tor at Laurel Hill High School, i the crowd. Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Gorman ship, was Joe Reese Tisdale, and Mrs. Welch, and Mr. and The slim crowd didn't have Lindsey, and Mr. and Mrs. Choral director at Opp High Mrs. M. E. MacMiller of An- one bit of ill effect on the su- Charles Stevenson, in whose School and Opp First United dalusia. ! ,~ perb performance given by the home members of the group Methodist Church. Local fans of the Hunting- i ~ Huntingdn grup" If anything' were spend-tho'night guests' Members f the grup' had dl Singers hope they will re" it added to their perforl~ance Serving as hosts, but unable to breakfast with their hosts and turn to Florala and give those because they truly were an in- attend the dinner, were Mr. left about 9:00 a.m. Sunday who missed their concert an spiration to those present, and Mrs. Merton Reeves, in morning for Crestview where opportunity to hear one of the From the balcony of the whose home Dr Elson was they were scheduled toappear finest singing groups in the auditorium, they sounded like guest for the night, Mr. and at First United Methodist country. a choir of angels. Mrs. James McPhail, Mr. and Church for the 11:00 o'clock Their program of music in- Mrs. Bob Harrison. and Mr. service. cluded something for every- ' ' ' ' History Club folk songs, music from Renais- I W sance and from a modern corn- r~ poser, Hindemith. Dr. James El Elson, director, added so much ects to the enjoyment onhe program ] Corner, I through his unique introduc- tions prior to each group of [BY ALBERTA GAMBLE | Officers songs. He would be an asset to any college. There were I I times during the concert when " ' , , ,, ~ Mrs. Grady Williams enter- Elson dismissed the fact that We were very proud of our generate that. tained the History Club in her he was Dr. - Director and attendance Monday night even Well, the ones who triedhome on Thursday, afternoon, joined the group in singing, though it didn't reach our ex- the tomato catsup recipe last January 17, 1974 with 20mere- There were those in the an- pectations. We were happy to week were well pleased and bers present and one guest, dience who would like to have welcome 4 new members into thought it delicious. Since so Mrs. Edward Holley. done the same. It was that our class. Making a total of 23 many tried the green bean sa- The hostess, assisted by good. Huntingdon is fortunate present to hear the lecture on lad in the Christmas recipes Mrs. Edward Holley, served a ~tss tsoovv to have as head of Visual and "Desire, Courage, and Love" and liked it so much here it is: dessert plate with toasted pe- I taken from Jean Nidecth's book. Green Bean Salad cans and cheese wafers. Permorning Arts one withsuch Jean organized Weight Wat- 1 can green beans, 3/4 stalk The president, Mrs. J. F. Moody-!ngram ,. ,. ptTO a great talent. ~/:;:~d~;~:'~ ~1~{'I The Huntingdon Siogersand chers Classes more than I0 of celery, 1/2 teaspoon instant Holley, presided over a leng- Dr. Elson are obviottsly proud years ago. She is one of many, onions, 1 can pimentoes, 1 thy business session during of their piano accompanist, wno succeeded in losing over small pepper, 1 medium cu- which Mrs. J. E. Scarborough Florala's Miss Peggy Lindsey, I00 pounds and is still sucres- cumber chopped, I/2 cup of announced her committee has who also sings alto with the sful in keeping it off after more tarragon vinegar, 3/4 teaspoon selected Gelaine Pound as a V-c~-"'~ ~u-'t'a' Vows group, when not at the piano, than l0years, salt, sweetener to taste, nominee for the History Club e l Members of the group were If you are going to use some- Combine allingredients well, to submit to the Federation for overheard saying - "she is the one as a goal to follow, you refrigerate for at least 4hours a college scholarship. best." Her parents, Mr. and surely want it to be someone before serving. Mrs. Donald Dean, Club Mrs. German Lindsey and her who has made a success, and Be sure and come early next Chairman of the Department of grandmother, Mrs. RossPal- is still successful. Don't you? Monday night, we will start Conservation gave a number of mer, were bursting with pride You have the desire already weighing at 6c45 so you can get timely guides for conserving over her performance, instilled in you to be thin, to out earlier. We must hold up energy in the home with elec- look nice and neat, and feel our attendance or be combined tricity and saving gasoline in -" good but, it takes courage to with another class. We're using the automobile. Follow through. And you can- counting on you. Mrs. T. J. Britton, chair- , man of International Affairs, gave a brief report on the peace agreement between Isreal and J k ts Mrs. ac Zorn eresen ,or the coming year with Mrs. J.E. St dy CI b Pr gr m Scarbor0nghipresident; Mrs: :IT'S A GIRL' U U O a w E. Holiey, vice president; Mrs. Lewis Eiland, Secretary; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jack- Mrs:'Donald Dean, treasurer; son proudly announce the ar- rival of a bouncing baby girl. The Florala Study Cl-'b met ~' the bbbk, a~imng them beingthe Mrs. Merton Reeves, corres- The newborn weighed in at se- at the Lake Jackson Club House reading of two of President pending secretary. yen pounds and ten ounces, on January 9, 1974 with Mrs. Truman's letters to his daugb- Mrs. W. E. Holley gave an She was born Monday, Janu- P. A. Petrey serving as hos- ter Margaret. A speech made interesting review of Alistair art Z, 1974 at 3:50 a.m. and tess. The guests were in- in North Carolina during the Cook's book, "Talk About ACCEPTED AT her mother, Mrs. C. M. has been named Schondra Ma- vited into the reception rooms presidential campaign of 1948 America". Mrs. Delma Seay. ald McLain, Chance. I)AVIDSON COLLEGE Sixty-six high school seniors DENNIS GIBBS have been accepted on an early decision basis for admission to MAINTAINS 3.5 Davidson College in the fall of 1974. Early decision applicants are A VERAGE A T LTU prospective students who are so sure that they want to el~ter Da- vidson that they do not apply to other institutions and do ag- ree to enroll at Davidson if ac- cepted. The 66 students will comprise about one fifth of the 1974-75 freshman class. Other mere- ,bers of the class will be ac- ,cepted on April I. Among them will be William W. Sellars, son of Mr. and Mrs William A. Sellars of 711 North ;ixth Street, Florala. Dennis James Gibbs of Flo- rala, Alabama, is among the Louisiana Tech University freshman students honored with a reception, which was held in the Student .Center on campus. The reception honored fresh- men who maintained a 3.5 grade average while pursuing at least 10 hours of credit during the fall quarter of 1973, according to the director of academic affairs at Tech. I MY MINUTE MESSAGE WHO SI~.LL WE BELIEVE? GOD OR MAN? Even preachers tell their people that" We all sin every day in thought, word, and deed." If they are telling the truth, then they are the devil's buddies (preacher included), for God's Word says, "He that committeth sin is of the devil; for the devil sinneth from the beginning..." (1 John 3:8). Even the devil himself cannot sin except by thought, word, or deed, therefore he" cannot beat such church members in the sinning game. Christ came not to save us in our sins, but from our sins. "...and thou shalt call His name Jesus: for He shall save His people from their sins" (Matt. 1:21). "Who gave Himself for us, that He might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify unto Himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works" (Titus 2:14). "He that saith, I know Him, and keepeth not His commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him. But whoso keepeth His Word, in him verily is the love of God perfected: hereby know we that we are in Him" (I John 2:4,5). "Whosoever abideth in Him sinneth not: whosoever sinneth hath not seen Him, neither known Him. Little children, let no man deceive you: he that doeth right- eousness is righteous, even as He is righteous" (I John 3:6,7). Sin is never innocently, nor accidently committed. We know when we are sinning, yet go ahead and do it. God is faithful to forgive sins which are sin- cerely confessed and forsaken, but never while we hang on to them. Some folk are as insincere as the man who was supposed to have gone to his priest to confess his sin. He confessed that he had stolen a shock of corn. The priest asked if he stole all of it. The reply was, "Not quite all, but I plan to get the rest of it tonight." It is downright folly to go to church on Sunday and ask the Lord to "forgive us of our many sins," then go out to do the same thing over again. Don't believe the lie that the devil makes you sin. He can do no such thing without your consent. Turn to Christ in re- ality, let Him save you from your sins, then cleanse your heart, fill you with His Spirit, and lead you in the way of righteousness. This is life and life indeed. Sinning is the way of death. You are invited to our series of Bible Study on The Holy Spirit each Tuesday ,n~ht at 6-30, G. T. Bustin. Representing missionary interests in New" Guinea, Indonesia, and India. Free l year sub- scription to FAITH AMBASSADOR for the asking. No obligation Write: CHRIST'S AMBASSADORS, INC., P.O. Box 552, Westfield, Ind. 46074; or CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER, P.O. Box 348, Lakewood, Fla. 32566. Available for speaking engagements. ria. and were served a delicious was also read. President Tru- The meeting was called to Mrs. LodieKimbr~ -~ Mr. and Mrs. Jackson are salad plate. Mrs. Lewis Eiland man was a very calm and fen- order by the new president, ma Seay, Mrs. W~II~ now stationed in Germany. served at the tea table, tle person His death on De- Orchestra To ~r~ A. A. Seay. Mrs. Charles Mil Grandparents from Florala Mrs. Jack Zorn was program cember Z6, 1972 was mourned The devotion was given by Geohagan, Mrs. are Mr. and Mrs. Leman Jack- leader for the meeting, and nationally and internationally. Mrs. Delma Seay folowed by the Mrs. W. R. son. gave a very interesting review A Fine Arts Report was given pl~/~ For, Pledge of Allegiance, inuni- JuanitaRadford.I on the book "Daughter's View by Mrs. Petrey. Emphasis ,/ son. of Harry S. Truman". Mrs. was put on creative artsrather The program was given by .m NOTICE Zorn gave many highlights of than "store bought" things. Legi D Mrs. A.A. Seay on "Family K,Y,.OM,LI Fifteen members and one O~ ~l~ce Understandings and Under- A special meeting of the ........ ~ ---- guest were present for this The American Legion and standing Others." NAMED TO Im Blanche Baugher Chapter of meeting. Mrs. Roy Young, Auxflliary are sponsoring a Delicious refreshments were the Eastern Star will he held Re $CUe sister of Mrs. Marcus Gunter, dance Saturday night, February served by the hostess, Mrs. DEAN'S l,lSr| ] in Opp at which hme Mary was guest of the club.9, from 8:30 p.m. until 12:30 Delma Seay. Salter, worthy grand matron The meeting was adjourned a.m. Featured at the dance Two Covington of Alabama, will make her of- , by Mrs. Seymour Gitenstein, will be a 15-piece orchestra FOUR-H dents who are ficialvisit, club president. The next meet- playing a variety of music, ingdon College Visitors are welcome. R eport ing will be in the home of Mrs. The 15-piece orchestra con- were named C. N. Matthews. sists of professional men, ban- CLUB NEWS of high honors PAXTON , , kers, lawyers, etc. Members ....... achievement _ , xwen[yel lwen[y [nree of the group are from various . . .- ._mester. I - memners were present lOt the a LIVESTOCK REPORT The Wri-City Rescue Squad DAVID ROBERTSON places In the surrounding area .......... They are: KLYl I made 2 local runs to the Flo- r oanuary meecmg ot the w a s but many have played togethe ............: .'daughter of Mr ~ I rala Memorial Hospital and 5 .arian aumor mgn ~ n LInD Number One Choice brought out-of-town runs the past week. TO BE ORDAINED since high school. This same ....... -. . lion 420 E. 5th ~I l group played for the Hairdres- fne meet.rag was caned reorder and 'Linda Sullivan,~ ' l vy presmem Tommy ueonagan u up to $41.00. Local runs were as follows: sers Dance and the Shriners ....... ; Mr and Mrs. t] 1~ I Alter me pteoges songs ano v Number One Light brought Mr. Hugh Don Nobles, Paxton, JANUARY 25 Bail. Neff Clark, formerly of ..... , ._ . livan 10 WoodhaVe~ l up to $39.50. Florida and Mrs. Faye Reeves, Floral~ i~ mamhar Af thi~ aevouonal were glven Ine mee[- - ..... ' ........ . ,._ Number Two brought up to Laurel Hill, Florida to Florala Grace Baptist Church of tolo,toa,-,,,n mg was taken over by the l ~IPePlI~,~II $38.20. Memorial Hospital; Mr. Leroy Florala, Ala., has scheduled ""'/~van;e~tl~kets are now on ~pe~keer Hfet? kdaYonDnald l i'UI U mill Number Three brought up Maddox, Andalusia, to Anda- an ordination service for Fri- sale by Amerigan Legion and .. PO e. wo.op- I l=Iml n inm to $34.25. lusia Hospital; Mrs. Fannie day night, January 25, for the ...,11, ...... I....... ..... working tie also explameotne I U l AUJtAA,,tLy ,,,~.,u~. mc~- techni u'es of usin - ' '~="" =' =-,w/ q g a hammer Roughs brought up to $30.00. Shelton of Paxton to Columbia purpose of ordaining David E.. chants handling tickets in FIe- - . - . ' I .... Individual Lots brought up Hospital, AsdaluMa; Randall Robertson to the Gospel Min- , saw and screwarwerMr rala are Kay s Beauty Shop, Lester took wi .... '" "" I dfIN I Ill nlnl when ne to $41.00. Kelley, Wing, to V. A. Hospital istry. Steers and heifers brought in Montgomery; Clifford Leeof The ordination service will The_,_,.,_Village,,,^_,..,Lady, and Ken- leH" " the romps ..... [na[ were en[er tl ~#~' " ;'~" "-"{~m tl dl-IU~ ~ rlOll~t. - - up to $50.00. Kinston toOppMizellMemorial begin at 7:00 p.m. following an ~,o _win ,~,~m, t~ #~_ ed m the county lamp building I IJ~ll~~, ~ Hospital and Mrs. Erlean Cole- 'the required examination by a __'~:.'.~ "_~:.'... " .... ~"" ......contest. After this. the meet- '1 , ,r,,--, ,-,-,, ,a~ lentvu t~ ruu[.: man of Paxton to Opp Mizell council composed of ordained, " ing was adjourned and will I V~I']"~'-~I~lr V~.:.~.~ NO|IO Memorial Hospital. The trips fundamental, independent Bap- meet again on February 13, [ ~ ~^,^ ~Ii Church services are held added 492 miles to the ambu- tist preachers. The candidate ~---- 1974. I . ~5\~.:~?,|l I D..I.I q7 : .... ['.. ..... , Reporter: Robert Phillips I J ~N .... r~N ~,-, I-'~ I each 2nd and 4th Sundays at lance mileage, will be questioned as to his ll~{ll~ I I|ll S ~..llll,~l Natural Bridge Baptist Church The Tri-City Rescue Squad call to preach, doctrine and , . t . 4-H Club ~ALA. "rOLL ~,q I rather than End and 3rd as was needs your support. If you other related matters. ..ICCtt~,ttts W.S. Harlan Junh)r High stated in last weeks paper, have not made a donation lately, Bro. Robertson is a mere- The pastor, Hobson Vann, do so now. All donations tothe ber of Grace Baptist Church cordially invites your at- Rescue Squad are tax deduct- serving as an assistant to the tendance, able. Your consideration on pastor in youthand evangelism. their behalfwillcertainlybe work and leads the music for Far Bu M lti Li q DANNY DYESS appreciated, the church. He was recently m reau u _ licensed by the church with or- COMMISSIONED IN USAF Danny L. Dyess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Dyess, Jr., Stewart Street, Andalusia, Ala., has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation from, the School of Military Sciences for Officers at Lack- land AFB, Texas. Lieutenant Dyess, selected through competitive examina- tion for attendance at the school, is being assigned to Mather AFB, Calif., for navi- gator training. The lieutenant, a 1964 gra- duate of Florala (Ala.) High School, received his A.S. de- gree in 1972 from Enterprise State Junior College. He earn- ed his B.S. degree in 1973 at Auburn University. HIs wife, Frankie, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Heffner, Rt. 5, Andalusia. DA MA SC US HOMEMAKERS MEET JA NUA R Y 1 7 The Damascus Homemakers met at the Club House Wed- nesday, January 17, for their regular meeting. President Mrs. J. H. Caraway called the meeting to order and after a brief business session, turned the floor over to Mrs. Gladys Chambers who gave a demons- tration on the making of quick breads. The members answered roll call and entered into the dis- cussion of making year books and other demonstrations for the year. There being no fur- ther business, the meeting ad- journed. A social hour follow- ed in which members enjoyed the bread very ably made and baked by Mrs Chambers along with other goodies for refresh- ments. dination pending. Several ministers have been invited to participate in the or- dination council and the service to follow. The ordination mes- sage will be delivered by Rev. C. H. Thorn, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Fort Walton Beach, Fla., and also presi- dent of the Fort Walton Chris- Agent LYNETTE ZESSIN tian School. All interested friends of Bro. With Insurance Coverage For:. I Robertson and of the church, are invited to attend. The ser- vice is open to everyone who }~ AUTO }k HOSPITAL }k BUSINESS ! wishes to attend and everyone "~ FIRE EDUCATIONAL LOANS l I is invited. POLICIES}I- MOBILE I MONTHLY SING , t,l:$ The Smyrna Baptist Church II " .... MORTGAGE INSUR I I.j will have their monthly sing Saturday, January 26, at 7:00 p.m. The pastor, Bro. Ed Mr- Daniel invites you to come en- joy this service. Special groups are also invitf, d