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USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL CI_ASS MEETS WITH MRS. PHILLIPS The JOY Sunday School Class of The First Baptist Church held its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Wade Phillips, February 3, with seven mem- bers present. .. MRS. CAHOON Miss Cobb Marries David Cahoon The reception was held in the church fellowship haLl, after which the couple left for a trip along the Gulf Coast. Cheri Sanders was rice girl. The Cahoons will reside in Mobile. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Snuggs of Baton Rouge, La., Mrs. Cecil Shirley of Do,hart, Mrs. B. J. Grace and Ben of Natchez, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Snuggs, Jim and John of Jackson, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sanders, Cheri, Keith and Benjie, of Natchez, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shirley and Kim of Tuscaloosa, Aia., Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Poweil, Mrs. Wiilard and Miss Beth Poweil of Florala. The bride designed her gown, head piece and veil which was tailored by her mother. -PERSONALS- Mrs. Easter Ward spent the weekend in Montgomery visit- ing with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Ausley. Mrs. Bob Harrison is report- ed doing nicely following sur- gery last Monday in a Pensa- cola hospital. Mrs. Harrison returned to her home on Thurs- day of last week. Miss Donna Bush, math major at FSU, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bush. Miss Robin Smith returned The marriage of Forrest Ann Cobb and David Michael Cahoon was solemnized February 7 in the afternoon in First Baptist Church of Plateau. The Rev. J, Clement Casey performed the ceremony which united in marriage the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Cleapos Cobb and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cahoon. The birde is the grand- daughter of Mr. V. F. Cobb and the late Mrs. Cobb and the late Mr. and Mrs. J. W. PowelL The birde, given in marriage by her father, wore a formal gown of bridal peat] fashioned with a high collar of A1encon lace, encrusted with pearls. Lace also adorned the gown and chapel train. The birde's veil was attached to a cap of match- ing lace and peau and she car- ried a bouquet of snowflake chrysanthemums, centered with an orchid. Mrs. James Biakeney Jr. of Grand Bay served as matron of honor and Miss Syble Mor- row of Russellville was maid of honor. Brides malcls were Miss Beth Powell of Florala and Brenda Cobb of Chickasaw. They wore gowns of green maire trimmed in velvet, and match- lng headpieces. Their nosogays were pink and white taurus. The bridegroom was attended by his father as best man. Jimmy T. Jones, William M. MilLs, Phillip Cehoon, brother of the bridegroom, Joseph N. Hasty, and David Cobb, brother of the bride, were his other attendants. Byron Lee Cobb, home last Friday from Sacred brother of the bride, was ring Heart Hospital in Pensacola. bdarer. She was confined due to compli- The nuptial music was rend- cations following the flu. Her ered by Mrs. Jimmy Sanders, mother, Mrs. Rob Smith, PE of Natchez, Mississippi, at the instructor at FHS, is now con= organ and Raymond Poweli, of fined at home with the flu bug, Birmingham, Alabama, soloist, also. The Laurel Hill Ruritan length the possibility of the club directors met last Thursday arranging for the lease of 60 night at the Laurel Hill Rurl- to 100 acres of land that would tan Club building and discussed be suitable for developing into some very interesting subjects, a public lake for fishing and The directors discussed at camping. This project, if and The meeting was opened with Straughn.prayer bYThe president,Mrs" t..d Slide.. when itbecomes areallty, would MA n= at add much to the pleasure of Ilene McDonald, presided over sportsmen in Okaloosa County. the businessmeeting. To Be Presented Mrs. Juanita Radford was in charge of the program andpre- sented Mrs. WiLlie Harrison, who gave a very inspiring de- votional taken from the 46th chapter of Psalms verse 10 - "Be Still". Mrs. Josie Wil- llams closed the meeting with prayer. Delicious refreshments were served to Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. Straughn, Mrs. Radford, Mrs. George Lancaster, Miss Ethel Donaldson, Mrs. Williams, and guest, Mrs. Willie Harrison. - PERSONALS - Mrs. Wade Phillips spent several days recently with Sgt. and Mrs. Furman F. Harrison and children at Fort Rucker. She was a guest at a surprise luncheon Friday, February 6, to help celebrate Wanda's birth- day, held at the NCO Club. She also was a guest at the NCO wives luncheon Tuesdayat their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Har- rison were models for a local beauty salon giving wig and hair styling demonstrations at the luncheon. Captain and Mrs. Larry Wil- lette and daughter, Michelle, of Columbus, Georgia were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilier,e, and Mr. and Mrs. George Welch, during the week- end. Mrs. Vivian Richburg is re- cuperating at home this week following a bout with the flu. Mrs. Wiliard PoweLl, Miss Beth Powell, and Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Powell attended the Cobb - Cahoon wedding in Mo- bile February 7. Birth Announcement At Church Sunday, February 22, Arthur Forrester wiLl give apresenta- ,Ion of color slides made during his trip to the Holy Land, at Grace Baptist. The services will begin at 6:30, congrega- tional singing and special music will be included. The balance of the evening service will be devoted to the Holy Land presentation. This promises to be a very interesting and informative program. All members of the church and other interested persons are urged to be pre- sent for this service. A cordial welcome is extend- ed to everyone who desires to come, states Roy C. Maddox, pastor. Candidate To Speak At Civic Association A meeting of the Covington County Civic Association will be February 19, 1970 at 8:00 p.m. The political candidates invited to speak at this meet- ing include Representative Frank Jackson, Intermediate Court Judge Donald Colquett and Ell Harreli, all of Oppo The newly elected officers of the Covington County Civic Association for 1970-71 are as follows: president - B.G. Pal- more, Andalusia; first vice president - Willie Bass, F1or- aia; second vice president - Acy Bailey, Gantt; secretary - Mrs. Mary Jackson, Andalusia; assistant secretary - W. C. Anderson, Andalusia; corres- pondlng secretary - C. T. Wheeler, Andalusia; treasurer - Titus Cobb, Wing; parliamen- tarian - N. L. Bailey, Opp; chaplain - Reverend L F. Fea- gin, River Falls. Executive Committeemen at Large are Will Coleman, Andalusia; S. NL Harris, Florala; Milton Mc- Intosh, Opp; R. D. Smith, River Fails. Future meetings have been slated for Florala on February 26 and River Falls on March 5. Political candidates will also serve as guest contributors to this civic organizatiov ~t these meetings. The Covington County Civic Association met on February 12, 1970 at the Lakeview Center in Andalusia. Political candi- dates who spoke at this meetLr~ were Probate Judge Leland En- zor, Sheriff P. R. Gantt and Editor Ed Dannelly, a member of the Alabama State Board of Education. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adair (nee Geralyn Manning)annonnce the birth on. February 5 of an 8 pound 13 ounce baby boy named Jason Manning Adair. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adair St. of Key West, Florida. The ma- ternal grandparents are Colonel (USAF, Rot.)and Mrs. Gerald Manning of Florala. Young Jason has three great grandparents living in Flerala- Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Manning, Sr., and Mrs. John Flournoy. The proud parents recently moved to Florala from Auburn, Alabama and are residing at 314 East 4th St. They have one other child, Lisa, who will be in the first grade next year. Mr. Adair is associated with Lover, and Thorpe Wholesalers Of Dublin, Georgia. @ Besides being an added attrac- The directors also discussed tion for sportsmen this project the possibility of forming a would enable adjacent property Ruriteen Club for teenagers. owners to sell or lease lets Ruriteen is highly recommend- to construct cabins or park ed for small communities such trailers. A recommendation as Laurel Hill by the National will be presented to the club Rurttan Club. Rurlteenprovides membership at the next regular opportunities for teenagers to meeting, develop into leaders in their The created for have little or facilities the teen themselves tional events Three new versions of all-time economy o Amedca best-selling new car. Maverick. Still $1995: Your Ford Dealer's lowest priced station wagon. 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