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USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION Flower Club Meets The Wood Avenue Flower Club held their regular month- ly meeting on Thursday, March 19, at 6:30 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jackson. The president called the meeting to order followed by roll call and club collect. Minutes of the previous meet- ing were read and approved. Routine business was dis- cussed with plans being made to beautify the streets by putt- ing out Crepe Myrtles and Dog- woods. A covered dish supper was served buffet style to the follow- ing members: Mrs. Neal Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Royce Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Brooks, Wil- son Kendrick, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ezell, Mrs. Katie V. Kendrlck, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Cook, Mrs. Mary Whitehurst and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jackson. Guests were Janet and Kenneth Ezell, Ronnie Jackson, and Stewart Reynolds. llll I The next meeting will be on Thursday, April 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Brooks. All mem- bers are urged to be present. QB Club To Complete Plans For Baptist The Florala Quarter-Back Club will meet Monday night, April 6, 1970, at 7:00 at Flor- ala High School. Final arrange- ments will be made for the all sports banquet to be held April 11. All members are asked to be present. Members planning to attend the banquet should contact the Rev. Fred White or Florala High School and let them know. A final count must be given the people preparing the meal right away. | - HELP ELECT - 20th District I WILL WORK FOR .... - INVESTIGATION OF MILK PRICES AND STATE DOCKS A STATE WIDE BARBER'S LAW TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC & THE BARBERS ETHICS LEGISLATION FOR ALL STATE EMPLOYEES BETTER TELEPHONE SERVICE IMPROVE AND WIDEN HWY. 55, COMPLETE HWY. 331 Your Vote & Support Will Be Appreciated PD. POL. ADV. BY CRUM FOSHEE, RED LEVEL, ALA. - HALL ATTENDING RADARMAN SCHOOL AT GREAT LAKES Navy Seaman Apprentice Rick L. Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hall of Stella Route, Florala, is attending Radarman School at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill. He is receiving instruction in the operation of both surface and air search radar equipment as well as electronic warfare. - PERSONALS- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gamble visited their daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. William (Bil- ly) Perry in Clearwater, Flo- rida, last week. Miss Vera Whiddon and her motherr Mrs. B.E. Whiddon, had as their guests Easter Sun- day, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stokes. Mrs. Stokes is Mrs. Whiddon's neice. MRS. GILL SUFFERS BROKEN LEG IN FALL Friends of Mrs. J. B. Gill of Thomasville, Ca. will re- gret to learn that she sustained a broken leg in a recent fall. She is confined to Archbold Memorial Hospital in Thomas- ville, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Gill are form- er residents of Florala during Mr. Gill's employment with Agricultural Research Service as a research entomologist, and were members of the First United Methodist Church. CARD OF THANKS Thank you for your kindness and sympathy in time of the sadness and death of our be- loved husband and father, Wil- liam Lyman Phillips. -Wife - Nettle Phillips and Family 4-2-1tpd - PERSONALS- Mrs. Sallie Parker spent the weekend in DeFuniak Springs with relatives. Mrs. Sam Love and Miss Dianne Love of Crestview, vis- Red Mrs. Vivian Rlchburg, Saturday. Mrs. Love is the sis- ter of Mrs. Richburg. Mrs. Easter Ward spent the weekend in Montgomery with Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Ausley and daughters. Mr. CharleS: lanta visited in Florala, Miss Theodore with Rev. and and family. CARD OF We would gratitude and friends for their pressions. May God - The Family .. MISS CANNON Miss Cannon To Marry Lt. John Ray, June 20 MEN NEEDED In this area to train as LIVESTOCK BUYERS LEARN TO BUY CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP st sale barns, feed lots, end farms, We prefer to train men 21- Mr. and Mrs. James Ernest Cannon announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Kay Ernestine Cannon, to Lt. John Martin Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Martin Ray. Miss Cannon attended Hunt- ingdon College and was grad- uated from the University of Alabama. She was a member of the Agnes Ellen Harris Club and Zeta Tan Alpha Social sor- ority and is teaching in Okal- oosa County, Florida. She is Cancelled checks come in mighty handy around April 15th. There, in one place, you have a com- plete record of expense that makes for an CABLE CHANNEL NETWORK LO( 2 Educ. Dozier, Ala 3 ABC Pensacola, 4 CBS/ABC Dothan, AIo. 5 CBS Mobile, Ala. 6 CBS Tallahassee, 7 NBC/ABC Panama City, 8 Music, Time,& Weather 10NBC Mobile' AIcL 11Educ. Tallahassee, 12NBC Montgomery, Better Picture, Sound NOW IS THE TIME... accurate report to Uncle Sam... one that will stand up under examination. Pay by check. Internal Revenue likes that kind of evidence when it comes to deductions. TO SIGN UP FOR CABLE 1~ if you haven't already while our crews ore town . . . 55 with livestock experience, the granddaughter of the late For local inierview, write age, Mr. and Mrs, Hlllery Cannon phone, address end background. of Petrey, and the late Mr. NATIONAL MEAT PACKING and Mrs. Fonza Blackwetl of 236 E. TOWN Lapine. . COLUMBUS, OHIO 43215Lt. Ray attended Mci~eese State College In Lake Charlesr I 1 Louisiana and was graduated from Auburn University. He Car Insurance was actively engaged in var- sity football while in college. too High? Lt. Ray is in the United States Marine Corps and is present- ly stationed at Quantico, Vir- ginia. His grandparents are Mrs. Luther Ray and the late Mr. Luther G. Ray and Mrs. Oscar Moseley and the late Mr. Moseley, all of Florida. The wedding will take place June 20 at the First United r~ ,, Methodist Church. ChaFIge {oHI_, All friends and relatives of U I the couple are Invited to attend i~ Farm Burea the wedding. ... an(# keep / Rex Clopton, Service Manager - call (A MICANOPY GROUP COMPANI t ivv the change. Bobble P. Snowden AGENT OFFICE PHONE 222-4133 HOME PHONE 222-5350 ANDALUSIA, ALA IN FLORALA CALL 8-5015 - PERSONALS- Mrs. John Paul Jones of Mary Esther was a recent visitor with her mother and sister, Mrs. Louise Patterson and Miss' Marjorie Patterson. Mrs. Ruby Bates and Miss Maggie Bessie Bates of Fort Deposit spent the weekend with the Roy. Joe Bates and family. YOUR PROBATE JUDGE probates w lls, grants letters testamentary and letters of administration, handles partial and final settlements, conducts hearings on disputed claims against estates, protects the interest of minors and mental incompetents. YOUR PROBATE JUDGE hears contests of wills with or without a jury as the parties desire. YOUR PROBATE JUDGE s h o u 1 d i know the law on e s t a t e s there are legal ques- tions to be decid- ed, evidence to be ruled on and the Jury must be pro.. perty eh~ as to the law. THE CANDIDATE TRAINED IN THE LAW PD. PaL ADV. BY LELAND ENZOR, ANDALUSIA, ALA. ~r.. in Ala PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT BY CITIZENS FOR ALBERT BREWER, BOB TEEL, CHAIRMAN, /