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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, JANUARY Following the ceremony the bride's parents entertained at PAXTON RURITAN CLUB HOLDS a reception in the church par. lors. Mrs. Otis Mathis and Mrs. Lloyd Vaughan greeted SEMI-ANNUAL FAMILY NIGHT the guests at the door. Miss Myrtle Rodwell and Mrs. Ed- The Paxton Ruritan Clubheld corned the group. He announced ward Rodwell presided in the its semi-annual Family Night that the club would observe dining room where the bride cut the beautiful four-tiered wect- supper last Thursday evening, "Sweetheart Night" at the next January 20, in the Paxton City meeting, February 17. All ding cake, which was embossed Hall. Approximately 14 mere- members were urged to bepre- with yellow roses and lilies of bern, their families, and other sent "accompanied by their the valley. One tier of the cake invited guests were present to sweethearts." Ruritan District held a minature bride and groom, with a cluster of wedding enjoy a delicious covered dish Governor John Hutto of Newion, bells forming the top. meal, consisting of a wide ear- Alabama will also be present. iety of meat dishes, casseroles, key. William Aplin delivered Serving the wedding cake were and desserts, the invocation and the group Mrs. Donald Brttion McNeill, President Ralph Adams wel- joined in singing "America." of Evergreen, Alabama, and Connie Adams accompanied at Miss Clary Rasberry,. of CI b Hi the piano. The hospitality com- Florala. story u mittee was in charge ofar- MRS. PAffL DURKEE was hostess to the Lime punch, mints, nuts, and cheese biscuits were served by rangements. Squad members and their wives at dinner recently. M W i th The Board of Directors met Members present were, pictured from left, Wilbur ~ Mrs. Thomas M. McNeill of eels prior to the supper meeting. Randall Harrison, James Jordan, Jimmy Hartzog, Shalimar, Florida, and Miss Kay Craw~ord of DoFuniak Springs, Important club business was Bud Jackson, Ray Fleming and Lamar Mitchell. rffieldFlrtda" Mrs. JohnRobert Mer.kept the bride's regis- M rs. Eilcind transacted at that time. and J. E. Mitchell were unable to attend. ~ ,, ter. Floor hostesses were Misses Jamie McPhail, Dell Mrs. Lewis Eiland was hen- Mitchell, and Saxon Wagner. tess to the History Club Thurs- Serving as rice girls were the day afternoon, January 20 at the little Misses Lyn McNeill, Lake Jackson Club House. Donna Lee McNeill, Gina Brit- During the social hour a de- ton, and Allison PoweH. licious salad with cheese For their wedding trip to straws, tasty snack wafers and -- ,i': points in Florida, thebrlde wore coffee was served. Sot. and Mrs. Joseph Chain- Miss connie Gray, niece of relatives and ~ a winter white wool dress made Mrs. Ganey, as leader, gave bern will leave Saturday after Mr. and Mrs. Joel Gomillion of Kilgore and < on Princess lines. The cuffs an interesting and informative spending two weeks with their Florala, and Miss MarvPowell, Texas before of the long sleeves and the skirt program on Brazil, a country parents, Mr. and Mrs. Obie D. both of Lakeland, Florida, are hemline were trimmed with red larger than our combined forty- Lee, Mrs. Mary Lois Chambers guests of Miss Kay Gomil]ion. Mrs. C. M. wool embroidery. She wore eight states and only slightly and Glen Chambers. They will her sister, Mrs. Tom a red rose corsage. Thecouple smaller than our fifty states, return to their home at Home- Mrs. Glenn Garrett and Opp whets will reside in Fort Walton Their form of government is stead, Florida whereSgt. Chain- daughter, Mrs. Charles Regis- jot surgery at the Beach, Florida. similar to that of the United bern is stationed at Homestead ter, both of Bonifay, Florida, daughter, Mrs. John States, having a president, two Air Force Base. visited with Mrs. Garrett'smo- Mrs. Esther BRIDAL LUNCHEON house of Congress and the Judi- thor, Mrs. B. E. Whiddon and Route One, Florala On December 28, Miss Myr- ciary. Brazil has been amem- Mrs. ~Iohn Ferrin Cox, Mi- with her sister, Miss Vera few days with MrS. tie Rodwell honored Miss Mar- ber of the United Nations since chele and Chris of Elba vis- Whiddon Sunday. Chance. ' tha McNelll, bride-elect, at its beginning in 1945.ited relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. Grog FeKays Mrs. Otis Mathis, president, in Florala Sunday. a beautiful luncheon in ',Nep- presided during the business and Mrs. Lillion Williams of The friends of Mr. tune's Palace', of the Mlramar- Sheridan, Fort Walton Beach, meeting which opened with the Blakey, Georgia, spent Sunday E.L. Murray will Fla. Those attending this de- singing of "America, the Beau- with Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Gain- know that they are Lighfful party were the honoree, tiful" and "The Club Col- John Goolsby returned home ble. their home Miss Martha McNeill, Mrs. loci". She expressedtheclub's Saturday after completing a Mrs. T. M. Gresham of Opp reunify. pleasure in having as a visitor, mission in White Sands, New and Frances Chance of Route Lloyd Vaughan, Mrs. Maxine Mr. James Cravey Bradford, Mrs. ThomasBritton, Mrs. Enez Crosson. Mexico. John works with Vi- One, Florala, left Saturday Hope community Miss Donna Bush, Mrs.Thomas Reports of the committees tro Corp. at Eglin AFB, Flo- morning for Houston, Texas church serves at McNelll, Mrs. T. J. Britton, were heard. That of the nomi- rida. He has been on the par- where they are visiting her sis- Sunday. Mrs. A. M. McNeill, Jr., Miss nating committeeresultedinthe ticular mission since the lat- ter, Mrs. C. H. Dobraski and Myrtle RodweH and Mrs, Ed- unanimous election of the fol- ter part of October. family. Theywill also visit bonnie and Dale ward Rodwell. lowing officers for the year 1972-73 beginning June lst: Ross Wright and President' Mrs" C" A" Ganey; C U it Maire left by chartered y urday, January 15 ~ AFTER REHEARSAL vice president, Mrs. J. F. Hol- e r e m o n n es Knox, Kentucky for .... DINNER ley; secretary, Mrs. Grady Wil- liams, Jr.; treasurer, Mrs. W. of Germany. Mr. The mother o~ the groom, T. Perry;correspondingsecre-See Hoote Wright andMrs. F Mrs. Maxine Bradford, enter- tained the wedding party at tary, Mrs. H. D. Garner. " n Diane was on hand off. With the conclusion of busi- a lovely after rehearsal din- ness the club adjourned. The marriage of Cheryl Pa- the bridesmaids. The ring bear- nor held at the beautiful new Mrs. S. A. CatonhaSl NCO Club, F-4[lin Air Force d tricia See, daughter of Mr. and er was Guy See, brother of the home from the Mizell M Base, Florida on December 29. Gar en Club Mrs. Glenn See of Clinton, Mis- bride. Hospital of Opp the sissippi, and Ronald DeanHoot- Mrs. See, motherofthebride, the week and isnowdoi| The guests included Mr. and . . ~ .... :... :;: ..... . Mrs. Lewis Etland, Mr. and on, son of Mr. and Mrs. Royce chose to wear a street length at home. She was d .....: ....... .... ..... . Mrs. John Slebenaler, Mrs, T.J. Hooten, of Florala, Alabama, dress of pale gold silk shantung to the hospital two weel ...MRS. BRADFORD Britton, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M eets With took place at Mt. Salus Pres- with matching embroideredlace byterian Church of Clinton on yoke and sleeves. Mrs. Hooten, McNeil], Miss Donna Bush, Mr. Little Samantha CatO Ma tha McNe'll Becomes B "de Rodv,'ell, Mr. Bran.. December ~.2,1971.mother oi the groom, selected years, has returned hO' don Siebenaler, Mr. Charles Mrs. Moore Rev Grady Simpson officia- a street length dress of deep the Opp Memorial] r I r I Popu, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Nuptial music was presented by lace yoke. Both mothers wore with a bout of pneumo' , ted at the double ring ceremony, plum silk crepe trimmed with where she was confined a"odt a" McNeiU, Jr.,MissMarthaMc- The Daffodil Garden Clubheld the Jackson Symphony String corsages of feathered car-lsthedaughterofMr. Rk,'~" Of Re aid St t B ..,,,. and Mr. RonaldS. Pr,- Selma Earl Caton and !~o ,. n u o r r r foN their second meeting in the home Quartet, Marilyn Slipetz, violin; nations. ' is[ el of Mrs. Billy Harold Moore Phil Lowe, violin; Mickey Davis, Joe Hooten, of Florala, Ala., t .... nl home doing nicely. A:~ Wil'- Monday night, January 17th. viola, and Nadine Derby, cello; brother of the groom, servedas time she was confine~ n~:e The marriage of Miss Mar- parents are Mrs. Maxine B. est of These is Love ', taken BRIDAL SHOWER The meeting was called to dr- also Mrs. D. E. Landrum, or- best man. Groomsmen were hospital her grandmotb~la'~e , der by the president, Mrs. ganist, and Mr. Mike DeMons, Steve See, brother of the bride, t'L ,~e S. A. Caton, was ill a ~e s tha Ellzabeth McNelll, of Lake.. Bradford, of Fort Walton Beach, from the 13th Chapter of I Cor- HONORS MARTH~I Moore. The Garden Club prayer soloist. Howard Cohen, of Clinton and hospital going to the wood, Florida, and Mr. Ronald Florida, and Mr. William S. inthiane, was read by the secretary, Mrs. The beautiful cermony can Charles Elliott of Austin, Tex- prior to little Saman]i-~r~e Stuart Bradford, of Fort Wal- BracU0rd, of Orlando, Florida. The traditional wedding mar- MeNEILL Illean McDonald, and the min- performed in a setting of ferns, as. leaving a couple of da~l, to ton Beach, Florida, was beautl- The maternal grandmother is ches were used for the proces- A bridal shower honoring utes read and approved. The spiral candelabra on either side The rehearsal dinner was Both are now at home[ "~n~t fully solemnized at 6 o'clock, Mrs. T. J. Britton of Lakewood, siena] and the recessional. Miss Martha McNeill, bride- treasurer report was given by of a large center arrangement given for the members of the along nicely. ~=.~- ~ a ~a December 30, in theFlrstPres- Florida. Forming an arch in the back-, elect of Mr. Ronald S. Brad- the treasurer Mrs. Gwen Gib- of white mums and gladiolas wedding and out of town guests byterian Church of Florala, Ala- A program of nuptial music ground, seven-branchedcandle- ford, was held in the parlors son. which created the focal point, by Mr. and Mrs. Royce Hooten ~#9*'-~i~itn the nama. The double ring core- was provided by Mrs. Claude labras holding burning white of the Presbyterian Educational Others who joined and were Wreaths of Christmas greenery in Jackson. ~'~--'~ ~.,, [aries mony was performed bythe Roy. Lewis Eiland, organist, and Mr. candles cast a soft glow over Building on Saturday afternoon, welcomed into the club were and candle arrangmentsFollowing the ceremony a re- ~'7"~ ~',~beatq Raymond G. Wickersham, pan- Robert L. Rodwell, soloist, the scene. Entwining the can- December 11. Mrs. Jack Zorn, Mrs. Ed Hol- throughout the church completed ception was held in Fellowship for of the church. The bride Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. dlelabras were arrangements of Beautiful arrangements of ley, Mrs. Lynn Zorn, Mrs. Glen the decoration. Hall. The register table was is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eiland played "O Perfect yellow, bronze, and flamechry- yellow and white chrysanthe- Zorn, Mrs. Harold Young, and Given in marriage by her fa- decorated with crystal candle ~~~l~ A. M. McNelll, Jr., of Lake- Love", and "Liebes Traum',. santhemums, daisies, and car- mums and greenery inter- Mrs. Fred Holley. thor, the bride wore a white holders, white tapers andanar- 1~ wood, Florida, and the groom|s Mr. Redwell sang "The Great- nations in artistic design. Two mingled with burning yellow tap- The club voted to take as their peau de sole gown designed and rangement of pink carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Mitc I beautiful candle trees were ors were used throughout the beautification project the area made by the bride. Alenconlace Mrs. C. R. McCollum servedas niter (formerly Carol rqL,~ placed on the alter on either reception rooms, at the corner of South Fifth St. re-embroidered with pearlsde- hostess. Others assisting at of Warrington, FloridaJ[~J~J side. Guests were met in the foyer and Wood Ave. and to write to corated the sheer yoke, sleeves the reception were Mrs. T.G. proud parentsofaboun(~ New Synthehc The bride, given in mar- by Mrs. J. J. Zorn, Miss Myr- Governor Wallace about beau- and front pane[ of the dress. Emmons, Jr., coordinator of boy born Friday, Jan~f:k tinge by her father, wore a tle Rodwell, and Mrs. Otis Ma- tifying the State Marker on the Medallions of pearl re-embroi- tea girls, Miss Becky Touch- 1972 at 7:49 p.m. The floor length gown of white bri- this and introduced to the re- Ala.-Fla. line since so many dered alencon lace embossed the stone, Miss Jane Woosley, Mrs. was named Eric Ne~'~ Hairpieces dal satin with touches of silk ceiving line by Mrs. Lloyd tourists stop there making pic- lower panels of the sweeping Susan Parkman, Miss Robin Mi- weighed in at seven pool "~ organza. Alencon lace formed Vaughn and Mrs. Lewis Eiland. lures, skirt with chapel train. Thefull rick. Others assisting were fourteen ounces at the a delicate pattern on the bodice Mrs. A. M. McNeil/, mother of The following committees were length veil of illusion extended Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and Mrs. Hospital in Pensacola..J p~ and down the Intern sleeves, the bride, Martha McNeill, appointed by the president: Year from the pearl embroidered D.D. Regan. Both parents are feral V~ "" "The Elura" ~''" of pearls andsequins bride-to-be, Mrs. M.B. Brad- Book - Mrs. Harold Young; headpiece. For traveling the bride chose Florala and areo, rad#l,,'.'~,.~, t, enhanced each appliqued lace ford, mother of the groom, and Finance- Mrs. Ed Holley; Tel- The bride carried a lace hand- a navy silk suit and wore acor- Florala High School. J~d'r~: BeautJfu I rose. The A-line skirt fen- Mrs. T.J. Britton, grandmother ephone - Mrs. Fred Holley; kerchief from friends inRhode- sage of white roses. Following Proud grandparents~,~'~ Civic&Beautification-Mrs. sia, Africa. Her bouquet was a wedding trip to New Orleans ~:~: MrSzLH:WsitteKl?~}:~i!! lured a scalloped pattern of of the bride, greeted guests upon Wade Phillips; Flower Show - a cascade arrangement of white the couple will make their home lace at the hemline. A de,. arrival. Never HaveTo Set tachable chapalleng~htrainwith Miss Donna Bush presided Mrs. Grady Brooks; Horticul- roses and mums edged with in Atlanta, Georgia. appliques of lace flowed from the at the bride's book. ture- Mrs. Jack Zorn. lily-of-the-valley and accented ~th, "~ back waist line. The bride wore Dainty party cakes, mints, A most interesting program with satin streamers. Permanently Curled ....... a Juliet cap of Alencon lace and nuts, and punch wereserved on how to arrange flowers was The maid of honor, sister -% seed pearls. Tiers of silk from a beautiful appointed ta- given by Mrs. Tom Gibsonfrom of the bride, was Suzanne See illusion fell to elbow length, ble by Mrs. John Hayes Vaughn the first two chapters of the book 9f Clinton and Starkville. The All Sizes And Shades She carried a Colonlalbouquet and Mrs. John Miles. "Easy Ways to good Flower ~ridesmaids were Jeanne Owen of white carnations, with a can- Guests were invited by the Arranging" by Kittle. of Clinton, Carolyn Bigelow and I fl Stock . ter of red roses, floor hostesses Mrs. H.C. Three flower arrangements Marly Bigelow of Edwards and Miss Donna MarieBush, maid Young, Mrs. James McPhail, were on display for the club to Memphis, Tenn. The attendants of honor, wore a floor length Mrs. G. W. Pittman, Mrs. Jack to observe and study, made by were attired in identical gowns \. gown of flame crepe. The full Inabinette and Mrs. C. Baker Mrs. G. V. Gamble. Three of rose pink peau de sole, Phone Us [or An Appointment For blshop sleeves and the hl~h rise into the dining room where members volunteered tomake smocked at waist and wrists collar accented tha empire waist the.many beautiful gifts wereon the arrangments next time. of long full sleeves. Their \ ' and full gathered skirt. Two display by Mrs. E. P. Rodwell, The meeting adjourned and headpieces were in matching One Of Our Six Hairdressers ToBlend tiers of illusion, loops of tub- Mrs. Raymond Wickersham, the members were invited into rose pink peau de sole. They Lug, and petite flowers formed Mrs. H. A. Jackson, and Miss the dining room b~ the hostess carried colonial bouquets of a Juliet look. She carried a Juliette Hughes. to enjoydelicious refreshments, pink, rose and white carnations One In Your Hair bou~,.~ of daisy chrysan- Guests from Florala, De- The Valentine motifwascarried edged with lace and streamers __ themun~j and carnations in Funiak Springs and surround- out with a table decoration of of satin ribbons. shades of flame and yellow, ing communities called between large red hearts made of red The flower girl was Wanda Branclon Siebenaler, of Fort the hours of 2 to 4. azaleas with red candles. Each Wicker dressed in matching You Absolutely Can't Toll The Walton Beach, Florida served little cakewasdecoratedwitha rose pink peau de sole like i~ the groom as best man. yellow Daffodil. Groomsmen were Thomas A. Those present were: Mrs.,,~,r~ekra Daugktr,J,,q pti W.e Phillips, Mrs. Grady Difference In These Synthetics McNeill, brother of the bride, Paxton Ba st Brooks, Mrs. IIean McDonald, of Shalimar, Florida, John Gre- Hairpieces And Real Hair StebertRler, and Chartes Mrs. Jack Zorn, Mrs. Glen d bby / [~ C-, Pope of Fort Walton Beach. Zorn, Mrs. Lynnzorn, Mrs. Ha- We S BO Fr herd~lghter~s wedding, Schedules rold Young, Mrs. Fred Holley, 1 t!!?~y Mrs. Tom Gibson, Mrs. EdHol- Joe Su l the mother of the bride wore a Don't punish yourself y T For soft seatoam green dress of 1 ley, thehostess, andvisitors ggs l . Eas o Care raw silk and wool with beading Mrs. G. V. Gamble and Mrs. ~s ~ at the neekl/ne. Her headpiece Revive,.ervices I.V. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Alex C. Dangh-| when the temperature drops [. .. try announce the marriage of.I [eeba was of tulle and green roses, their daughter, Debra Lynn to'[ "Wash 'N Wear She wore a yellow throated whlte Revival services will begin at ASSEMBLY OF GOD 9,1972. l orchid. the Paxton Baptist Church Sun- Bobby Joe Suggs on January/ The groom's mother wore a day January 30 and continue TO SPONSOR The couple is residing inl r 0/~ pastel bluecrepedresstrimmed through Saturday, February 5. RUMMAGE SALE FloraIa. l I' '; iift I in bluevelvet. She wore a pill Ray Rigdon of DeFuniak The PaxtonAssemblyofGod The groom is the grandson of] ,,~,~ box hat of matching shade. Her Springs, Florida will be the Church is sponsoring a rum- Mrs. Penny Suggs of Florala.| ~lt~i flowers were a white orchid with evangelist. Raymond Williams mage sale at the Paxton Town The bride and groom attended Sh,,puw yeUowthroat, of Caney Creek will directthe Hal'$aturday, Jan. ~.9. Paxton High School. The grandmother of the bride music. I B eauty chose an ivory silk ensem- Services will begin at 7 : . bl~wlthgoldbead~. Shewore o'clock each night. ' Only 21per cent of the peo- U.S. electrical manufac- a headpiece of net and gold wl- The pastor, the Everend Lar- P h o n e 8-S 6 ! 4 v,~ rfl2mn. A white orchid with ry Joe Conner extends a cor- ple'ttve in communities where turers will spend $2.2 billion yellow throat orr@loted her dial invitation to every~.~ to there are enough litter con- to improve plant and equip- MEMBER FDIC costume, attend the services, tainers, ment during 1972.