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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 NEW - THU Miscel I'S The Lake Jackson Club House was the setting for a lovely miscellaneous shower given in honor of Miss Sandra Moody, bride-elect of Hiram Ingram. Upon entering, the guests were greeted by Mrs. Larry Woodham and presented to the receiving line, Miss Sandra Moody, honoree, her mother, Mrs. Ewin Moody and Mrs. Hiram Curtis Ingrain, mother of the groom-to-be. Beauti- ful arrangements of daisies, ivy and burning yellow cand- les in crystal holders were displayed in the foyer. The gifts were attractively displayed on tables draped with white cloths and overlaps of white net, center pieces made of yellow net, white lace mo- tifs decorated with miniature wedding bells, rings and pearl hearts with yellow lighted cand- les were placed on the gift tables and also used through- out the Club House. At each corner of the gift tables were white and yellow bows centered with a daisy and lily-of-the- valley. Mrs. Kermit George and Mrs. Joseph Cox attended the bride's book. The table was draped with a white satin cloth and overlap of white net, topped with an heirloom cloth of white hand embroidered linen and lace with daisy design. A white candle holder held a large square white candle with the words "Love, Joy and Happi- ness" hand painted in yellow. Tiny yellow satin daisy mo- tifs, ivy and pearl decorations were used on and at the base of the candle. Guests were served punch, wedding cookies, party cake, cheese straws, nuts and mints from an attractively decorated table of yellow with overlap of white net, topped with an heir- loom linen lace and cloth with daisy design. Small arrange- ments of yellow and white rib- bon centered with daisies, lily- of-the-valley and pearl deco- rations accented the corners of the table. A nine branch white candelabra burning swedish ta- pers and crystal pieces com- plimented the refreshment ta- ble. Hostesses for the shower Hacoda Area Churches are sponsoring a Community Re- vival, March 18-22; meetings each night at 7:00 in the Cha- pel at Camp Victory about one mile west of Hacoda, Ala. The evangelist, "Sonny" Fleming, now from Plantation, Fla., spent 28 years in enter- tainment . . . radio, theaters, movies and TV, including the WLS National Barn Dance, Capt. Stubby and the Buc- caneers, the ABC-TV Chicago staff, Don McNeill's Breakfast Club, and making a record, "Beyond the Sunset" that sold a million copies. At forty years of age, con- viction came upon Sonny while singing "Peace in the Valley" on the Breakfast Club. Then and there he committed his life to God. The next day in a Chicago suburban bus station, Sonny sat across from a young lady who explained simply the way of salvation. When he A/C & REFRIGERATION STOVES MIKE TWITCHELL SERVICE & RE PAIRS CALL FLORALA 858-8506 or 858-3715 All Work Guaranteed HEATING WAT ER HEATERS ,11 ill I I I were Mrs. Earl Bush, Mrs. M. H. Causey, Mrs. Joseph A. Cox, Mrs. Kermit H. George, Mrs. S. H. Hargrove, Mrs. Joe Hutcbeson, Mrs. H. C. Johnson, Mrs. Horace Kelley, Mrs. T. J. Maddoz, Mrs. Har- lan Noblin, Mrs. L. E. Kim- bril, Mrs. H. O. Martin, Mrs. George Welch and Mrs. Larry Woodham. Miss Moody and Mr. Ingram will be wed March 17. left her, he boarded the wrong bus. (He found that it was the "right" one.) It was dark, with rain freezing on top of an eight inch snowfall. He got off and waded through the slush three miles to home. On a bridge spanning the Des Plain- es River, Sonny surrendered his life to Christ. Within six weeks his wife and four child- ren had also trusted Christ as personal Savior. Mr. Fleming is now in full time evangelism. He sings Christian songs, many of them his own compositions, and ac- companies with his classic gui- tar. His messages are filled with personal experiences of soul winning. His warm per- sonal style and deep commit- ment to the Word of God and soul winning has blessed thou- sands throughout the country. All are invited. PERSONAL Mrs. Carra Adams spent Sa- turday in Wetumpka with Mrs. Ann Harmon. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cle- ments, Jr., have returned home from Hutchinson, Kansas. They were called there due to the death of his father, L. E. Cle- ments, Sr. Mrs. Easter Ward spent Sa- turday in Montgomery with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Ausley, Sharon and Nancy. "Dance Workshop 1974" To Be Held At Walton "Dance Workshop, 1974" will be conducted by the Do- rothy Sellars School of Dance on Saturday, March 9, at the Walton Senior High School Gym in DeFuniak Springs, Florida. Over one hundred dance stu- dents from Opp, Andalusia, Kinston, and Florala, Alabama; and DeFuniak, Crestview, Lau- rel Hill, Baker, and Paxton, Florida will participate in the Workshop. "Dance Workshop" is a series of technical, choreo- graphic, and creative assign- ments which provide the dance student a special kind of ac- tivity and experience in the structure and creation of dance patterns. All sessions are open to in- terested observers. Guests will be registered in the lobby. There is no charge for admis- sion. The Senior, Junior, and Intermediate Groups will be- gin work at 1:00, the Elemen- tary Division at 4:00 and the Pre-ballet Division will join in the evening activities be- ginning at 7:00. A short pro- gram will be presented by the Senior Group at 8:30. All students participating will re- ceive special certificates at the conclusion of the Work- shop at 9:00 o'clock. Students from Florala are: Melissa Causey, Pare Cook, Jill Evans, Melissa George, Jennifer Greene, Remia Laird, Ronda Moseley, Sonya Mose- ley, Amy McDaniel, Lisa Mc- Daniel, Julie McLeod, Lindy McLeod, Carrie Savage, Sissie Savage, Sonya Spears, and Ja- net Ward. From Opp are: Tracy At- kins, Leah Belcer, Louisa Bel- cer, Tonya Boutwell, Juddi Cain, Michelle DuBose, Emily Edgar, Melanie Edgar, Jan Gunnels, Julie Gunnels, Sands Johnson, Beth Moulton, Kim Norris, Renay Rogers, Susan Sorrells, Missy Sorrells, Karla Spurlin, Stephanie Tisdale, Lisa Ann Waller, Tina Weeks, Susan White, and from Anda- lusia: Buddy Bryan, Scarlett Bryan, Debhie Hicks, Ruth Riley, Julie Taylor, Philippa Taylor, Marion Taylor, and Melissa Weed. From Kinston: Tanya Baker, Kathy Patterson, and Joan Stephens. Students from DeFuniak yen, Debbie Burgess, Karen Caylor, Sarah Cosson, Sharon Cosson, Tammy DeShazo, Rhonda Griffith, Libby Hodges, Wendy Hoover, Victoria Ho- well, Gay Huggins, Maerea Jackson, Michelle Jones, Karen King, Sandra King, Vicki Lind- sey, Donna Parish, Jan Puckett, Maureen Roberts, Suzanne Ro- berts, Laurie Spence, Libby Spence, Samantha Svera, Ann Thompson, Rita Wamble, Dugan Wiess, Julia Wiess, and Brenda Wilkinson. From Crestview are: Jai- rus Adams, Gregory Adams, Mary Lisa Allen, Michelle Brant, Viki Brant, Nola Cur- rie, Cathy Fleming, Melease Jackson, Jennifer James, Sara Lee, Lori Medley, Dustria Merritt, Randy Merritt, De- anna McBride, Christy Os- burn, Holly Thomason, Beth Willoughby; from Baker: Va- nessa Brunson, Brenda Court- hey, Kelly Johnson; and from Westville: Barbie Adams, Leigh Elin Davis, Debbie Grif- fith, Vicki Griffith. Students from Laurel Hill are: Ellwynn Caton, Laurie Davis, Melanie Worley, Tessa Worley, and from Paxton: Shannon Caw- thon, Sharon, Johnson, Cheryl Mixson, and Serranda Tedder. ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. Easter Aplin and son, Joe Aplin, Mrs. Audrey Hol- Icy and Mr. and Mrs. Ir- vin Flowers attended the fun- eral of Mr. and Mrs. Fate Howell in Graceville, Flo- rida, Sunday. Mrs. Howell passed away Friday night and Mr. Howell passed away Saturday night. The double funeral was held at the United Methodist Church at 2:00 o'clock. Burial was held in the Graceville Cemetery. Fooled "So you deceived your husband," said the judge, gravely. "On the contrary, your honor, he deceived me. He said he was going out of Springs~ are: Lisa Bell, Ter~;, town, and he didn't go." Bishop, Leigh Biven, !,ors Bi, S lor A local chapter of the Na- tional Junior Beta Club, a lead- ership-service organization for junior high-school students of America, was established on February 18, 1974 at Florala City School, according to Ers- kine L. Ziglar, Principal. The National Beta Club with over 4,000 local chapters in the Junior and Senior Divi- sions and approximately 150,- 000 members in the schools of 21 states, is now in its 40th year. The Junior Beta Club Division, established in 1961, now has a membership of 48,- 100 in 1312 chapters in 19 states. Objectives of this non- secret, leadership-service or- ganization are: to encourage effort, to promote character, to stimulate achievement among its members, and toen- courage students to continue their education after high- school graduation. Mrs. Pat Cox, teacher of Mathematics was appointed as faculty sponsor for the local chapter. Permanent officers for this year are: President JohnRod- well; Vice-President Michael McDaniel; Secretary LisaMit- chell; and Treasurer Jan Zig- lar. The local organization is composed of the following stu- dents who have fulfilled the requirements necessary for membership in the National Junior Beta Club: lob~, Rodwell, David Garner, ' McDaniel, Carolyn C Lisa Mitchell, Wanda Rutherford, Bates, Lee Its, Steve Z: Deidre sey, Terry Spicer, Ch~ Ziglar, Aplin and Miss Moody Feted With Miss Sandra Moody, bride- ham, and elect of Hiram Ingram was Out-of-town honored Saturday evening, Jan- casion were uary 19, in the home of Mrs. nell and Mrs. C. F. Windham with a lovely Dothan. MissJ lingerie shower, ered with Punch, party squares, party lingerie. sandwiches, pastry cups with chicken salad, nuts and mints were served from an elegantly appointed table. Flower ar- rangements of yellow and white Saturday in with ivy were used throughout Mrs. the home. Moore. Those attending were Miss Sandra Moody, honoree, her Miss SharO~ mother, Mrs. Ewin Moody, University her sister, Mrs. Kenneth with her Vaughan, Mrs. George Welch, Moody Hayes. Mrs. Fate Dukes, Mrs. David Cravey, Mrs. Myron Anderson, Mr. and Idl Miss Joyce Harrison, Mrs. of Marysville! Walter Stinson, Miss Melinda the Woodham, Mrs. Harry Wood- W.W. Price. C914 C210 C19 Take your Pick Any One of these fine Chevrolets for only $3750.00 plus tax This Week ONLY. In addition to these cars, we have just re- ceived a truck load Nova's and Camaro'so with 6 cyl. engines. PLUS TAX & TAG We also have largest selection trucks in South Northwest Fla. 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