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Kentucky Day For History Club Mrs. Katherine Perry was hostess to The History Club, February 26. Herhome in Lock- hart was like springtime with the beautiful arrangements of King Alfreds in living and din- tug rooms. Upon arrival guests were served a parfait pound cake and coffee. Mrs. T. J. Brltton was pro- gram leader for the afternoon with the subject "My Old Ken- Lucky Home". The club sang 'rMy Old Ken- tucky Home" which was pre- faced with remarks about Step- hen Foster and the writing of the song. Thomas Wolfe said -You can't go home again, but must go forward to a new future, not a dead past" but in contradict- ion, Mrs. Britton did just that, she went home again to Ken- tucky and took the History Club with her. She told of her childhooldays riding horses with her father, the first Governors man- sion being buIR by her fore father, Governor JamesGarrad. m #2 HIS QUALIFICATIONS PD. POL. ADV. BY JAMES DENNEY, FLORALA, ALA. Mrs. Briiton told of Church- hill Downs at Louisville, scene of the famous Kentucky Derby. It is said that every native born Kentuckian sheds tears when they hear 'qviy Old Ken- tucky Home" played by the band Just before the running of the Derby. No one could have talked of Kentucky with more auth- enticity, more nostalgia, more sentiment and love than Hazel Britton. During the business session the president, Mrs. Grady Wit- ]Jams, thanked Mrs. Reevesfor her part in getting entries to the Sixth District Hallmark Art Contest. Gratitude was ex= pressed for workonentry forms prepared by John Hayes Vaughn. Barbara Ballard, Sara Matt- hews and Shelia Prater all re- ceived honorable mention. Car Insurance too High? r~ Change to Farm Bureau ... and keep the change. Bobble P. Snowden AGENT OFFICE PHONE 222-4133 HOME PHONE 222-5350 ANDALUSIA, ALA IN FLORALA CALL 8-5015 | J I Ik I III II I J II I I ii FI Call 493-7631 - Opp, Alabama OR WRITE P. O. BOX 48, OPP, ALABAMA BB II III -- I all Has Been: Graduated from the University of Ala. Law school with LLB Degree, now "Juris Doctor" Personnel Manager- Alatex Mayor, City of Andalusia President, Ala. Probate Judges Assn. President, Ala. Assn. for Mental Health President, A1a. Council Juvenile Court Judges President, Andalusia Kiwanis Club is Law Enforcement Planning Board, Region VII. .~ Advisory Board, Rehabilitation Research Foundation, Draper Prison. Board of Directors, Ala. Assn. for Mental Health First Baptist Church, American Legion, VFW Masonic Order, Scottish Rites, Shrine Kiwanis Club, Farm Bureau, Cattlemen's Assn. President, Covington County Mental Health Assn. - THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE - PO, POL ADV. BY LELAND ENZOR, ANDALUSIA, ALA. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Mona Sue Davis is receiving congratulations followlng the birth of a baby girl February 25 in Niceville. ~ne little lady weighed 5 pounds 4 ounces and has been named Kelley Michene. The proud great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Maloy and Mr. John Perkins. BIRTH ANNOUNCEM~T Mr. and Mrs. George Cain announce the birth of a baby boy, Jonathan Miles Cain, born in Flowers Hospital in Dothan. The young man tipped the scales at 8 pounds and 15 OtUlces. The grandparents in Florala are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. FerreH Cain of Geneva. PERSONALS- Mr. F. J. Hooten returned home Thursday after spending several days visiting relatives in Florida. Mrs. Inez Harper is spend- ing two weeks in Huntsville with her daughter, Betty Ann Horton, and family. Mrs. J. Be Watson has re- turned home after a two week stay in a Crestview nursing home. Mrs. Dewey Harrelson of Mo- bile visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cobb, during the week-end. Mrs. Tom Kirker of Mont- gomery visited with relatives Saturday. Mrs. 2". A. Goodwin and Mr. Bill Hutchinson visited with Mr. and Mrs. James Foley and family in Andalusia, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price and son, Kenneth, of DeFuniak Springs visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Price, Sunday. Missionary Society Meets The Missionary Society of the Lakewood Baptist Church met at the church, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Hobson Vann called the meeting to order. The Watch- word taken from I John 3:18 was repeated. Hobson Vann, the churchpas- for, brought a devotional from Luke 3:21-22; 4:1, and lead the opening prayer. Mrs. Emery Whitehurst, the secretary read the minutes of the last meeting. A love offering was taken. A brief bio- graphical sketch of the life of ATTEND SERVICES The Reverend Welton Greg- ory of Andalusia attended Church services at the First United Methodist Church, Sun- day evening. Charles Adams of Paxton brought the message. FLORALA, ALA Annie Armstrong was given by the president. Mrs. Holley, program chair- man presented the program which told of the Womans Mis- sionary Unions in the North.. eastern U.S.A. Those present for this meet- ing were Mrs. G. P. Worrels and IAnda, Mrs. Charlie Davis, Mrs. J. R. Johnson, Mrs. Dew- rell Hendrix, Mrs. Cicero Huckabaa, Mrs. Thomas Holley, Mrg. Emory Whltehurst, Mrs. Alton McKlnney, Mrs. Hubert Stephens, Patty and Ginger, little Richard Stewart, Brothez Hobson Vann and Mrs. Vann. Special prayer for those sick in the community was lead by Mrs. Hendrix. Refreshments of cake, coffee and hot chocolate was served during the fellowship hour. DISCOUNT HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS SALE BEGINS MAR. 5 - ENDS. MAR. 7 6.65-OZ. DENTURE CLEANSER POLIDENT -- i= L COLGATE 100 MOUTH 100'5 Mrs. Gertrude McCuskerhas returned to New York after aANACIN week's visit with her family, Mr. and Mrs. Asa P owell. TABLETS Mrs. Edna Holleyhas return- ed home after spending 2 weeks tn Germantown, Tennessee 9.5-0Z. visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Cox, and family. JERGENS Mr. Cox, an attorney, has offices in the First National LOTION Bank Building in Memphis. ATTEND SERVICES TO THE PEOPLE OF COVINGTON COUNTY IN ANNOUNCING that I am a candidate nomination of sheriff subject to the primaries of May 5 and June 2, 1970, pleaS* thank you again for the vote and support me four years ago. I received 4,843 votes, of the total 10,060 votes cast for sheriff off election. I will always be grateful. I AGAIN RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUIi and support in my bid for the office Friends and relatives from out-of-town attending funeral services for Carroll Blakey, Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Sunday of Nicevtlle; J. IL Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Neel of Panama City; Wayne C. Early of Jackson, Mississippi; Dounte Hugh Par- rtsh, Frank Tlpler, Lawrence Cater, Mrs. M. A. Easley, and Mrs. Jessie Ramer of Ands.. lusla; Rev. Carmen Parrish of Montgomery; Mrs. Frances Ro- berison of Dothan; Bill Hollis, Mrs. Eunice Hollis, and Miss Evelyn Bacot of Mobile; C.W. Parker of Elba; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stevenson of Clayton; T. W. Wilson of Opp; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ray Edwards of Milton; Billy Maddox of Brew- ton; Mrs. and Mrs. J. IL Par- rash, Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Price and Stove, and Miss Sue Cook of Nlceville; Mr. and Mrs. C.G, Parrish of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Parrlsh, Debra and Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fowler and Sherry of Milton, and Mrs. Ronnie Johnson of Pensacola. REG. 92 REG. $1.19 12-OZ. REG. $1.19 I AM A FIRM BELIEVER In the old ',an ounce of prevention is worth a I believe in crime prevention. I also think crimes should be solved and the violator# with according to law. WELL TRAINED LAW ENFORCEMENT skilled in their profession, modern laboratorY ties with qualified technicians, various law enforcement agencies is must have all of these if we are to order on the local level. However, this is not within itself. WE HEAR MUCHABOUT OUR NATURAL and about air and water pollution. Oar source is our children, and their minds polluted due to the availability of obscene and narcotics. THIS MUST STOP. We need program that our boys and girls can truly in. They are capable and willing to help many of our problems if they are given ity. I would llke to work with the city police ments, churches, civic groups and parents i~ to help create such a program. AS YOUR SHERIFF I would like to have 1000 Junior officers in the teenage group. meet with these young officers from time and LISTEN TO THEM. We have the fine people here in Covington County that can anywhere. WE NEED AND SOLICIT and are willing to offer council and needed. ELIE PD. POL. ADV. BY ELIE HARRELL, OPP, r ~ it,s little .. " - : "Ford's suggested retail price for the base Maverick reader. While sidewall tires are not included, lhey are $30 exlrao Since dealer preparation (if any), transportation charges and state and local taxes vary, they are not Included, nor is extra equipment that is specially required by For a little more...iY$ a :'~ ...-.v. ...... MAVERICK The new Maverick Grabber. It's nothing you'd take out to a track to run against the big ones. It's more of a jazzy firecracker you'd take to the beach, or a basket- ball game. Because with all its sporty Grabber features, with all its extra flair, the Grabber is still a Ford Maverick at head. Still the Simple Machine that doesn't take a pit crew to keep it running. The new Maverick Grabber is at your Ford Dealer's now. Here's what you get: 200-cubic-inch Six engine Bodyside tape painted hood and grille Whitewalls, 14" rings Deck lid spoiler, dual racing mirrors tone steering wheel, black all-vinyl seat trim hot Grabber colors Plus all this: No big price tag No high insurance rates tune engine No hard, stiff ride No high For more Information about Maverick, sea your Ford Dealer or write: Maverick Catalog, Dept. N-20, P.O. Box 1503, Dearborn, - HARRISON MOTORS, INC. 524 NORTH SIXTH ST. FLORALA, ALA. E