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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. IENS~I-~L:~MEI~~(~ DI.~I~I~ I~N~ST(~FI0 DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. I ROYAL COAT . MISS COOPER PA E S Miss Cooper To Marry Homecoming 1 Planned At Richard Thomas In Ga. Lockhart Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Olen G. Coop- er of Athens, Ca., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughtel, Sandra, to Richard L. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thomas of Bogart, Ga. The bride is the granddaugh- ter of Mrs. Tobias Anderson and the late Mr. Anderson of Pensacola, Fla., and of Mr. and Mrs. Dock Cooper of Florala, Alabama. The groom is the grandson of Mrs. Sarah McElroyof Lngans- ville, Ga. and Mr. A. N. McElroy of Winder and of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Thomas of Oconee County. The bride-eloct is a senior at Athens High School and is presently employed at the Cre- dit Bureau of Athens. The groom ~,raduated from Oconee County High School and is presently employed at General Time Crop. The wedding will take place Saturday afternoon, June 6, 3:00 p.m. at Bethabera Baptist Church in Athens. Homecoming will be held at the Lockhart Baptist Church on Sunday, April 5. The Rev. Cecil Walker, a former pastor, will preach at the morning worship service. Lunch will be spread at noon in the fellowship hall of the church. During the afternoon every- one is invited to join in gospel singing. The Rev. Tucker Aplin will preach at the evening worship service. Everyone is invited to attend this homecoming. - INTERIOR LATEX - WHITE AND COLORS - FLAT FINISH - COMPARE AT $3.49 AMERICA'S 2nd LARGEST PERMA PRESS GIRLS' " Sl SIZEs 1.6X . ASSORTED STYLES AND COLORS COMPARE AT $1.39 LADLES WITH SASH RAYON- 10% :TAT E STRIPES PRINTS :S 10.16 LEGS AT $7.95 MEN'S WALKING 100% COTTON ASSORTED SOLIDS AND CHECKS SIZEs 29-38 __ COMPARE AT $2.98 BOYS TOUGH DENIM ASSORTED SOLIDS AND STRIPES ~ANFORIZED ZIPPER- FLY FULL CUT COMPARE AT $4.98 STRETCH NYLON [ES3 TO 6X VALUE -UMINUM $7.98 VALUE .98 VALUE ROLLER AND L. GRILLMASTER PRICES EFFECTIVE 111URSDAY, FRIDAY, AND $ATUR DA Y, GALLON LADLES - PERMANENT PRESS - STRETCH DENIM - 75% COTTON - 25% NYLON - ASSORTED COLORS - SIZES 7-14 - COMPARE AT $1.98 LADLES SLEEVEL ESS -100% COTTON -NO IRON -PERMANENT -$2.~ VALUE PR ESS FOR MAYO SPRUCE - ASSORTED SOLID COLORS WITH STRIPE - V-ttECK 50% KODEL - 50% COTTON SIZES S-M-L-XL - COMPARE AT $2.98 -ROTARY POWER MOWER -EASY SPIN START -4 CYCLE-3H.P. -REG.$~.87 B&M CONTAINS A JOINTED POLE FURNISHED LINE, PROVIDED WITH HOOK, FLOAT AND SINKER WOUND ON A PLASTIC WINDER. EACH EACH$ EACH EACH APRIL 2, 3 AND 4, 1970 FLORALA SAT., APRIL 11 One Day Only vacant lot by lake - sponsor- CENTENNIAL CO/vWIITT E E Twice Daily 4.8 P.M. ALL NEW THIS YEAR 1OO ,.,NU.,O, 100 THRILLS.LAUGHS ACRES OFI FAMOUS TENTS [ CIRCUS STARS WILD ANIMALSI AERIALISTS ELEPHANTS [ ACROBATS SAVE ADVANCE TICKETS AT REDUCED PRICES TICKETS ON SALE NOW - ot McDANIEL MOTOR CO. FLORAL A PHARMACY RESERVED AND A;MISSION TICKETS ON SALE CIRCUS DAY AT SHOWGROUNDS CANDIDATE FOR Of Covington County SUBJECT TO THE ALABAMA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES OF MAY 5 & JUNE 2, 1970 THANKS. I sincerely thank you for the vote and support given me 4 years ago. I received 4,843 votes, 48.1 percent of the 10,060 votes cast for Sheriff in the run-off election. I will always be grateful. LAW ENFORCEMENT. Every crime should be fully lnvest~,ated and the violators dealt with according to law. When a citizen calls the Sheriff's office he should respond immediately. COOPERATION. Elle Harrell knows from experience that full cooperation between the various law enforcement agencies and the general public is es- sential if we are to maintain law and order on the local level. CliME PREVENTION. The Sheriff and his Deputies are in reality rural policemen. They should patrol the rural areas of Covington County a~d keep in touch with the people in order to deter crime. YOUTH. Our children are very dear to our hearts. They are our most ira- portent resource. We must protect them. The youth of today are confronted with more evil than any generation in the history of our nation. The moral decline of our nation is alarming. Something must be done. The efforts of our churches, schools, clubs and others, are indeed encouraging and they need and deserve the support of each and everyone, including the Sheriff's office. As your Sheriff, I would like to have several hundred junior officers in the teenage group. We would meet with these young officers from time to time and listen to them. We have the finest young people here in Covington County that can be found anywhere. We need and solicit their help, and are willing to offer counsel and guidance when needed. The youth, too, will have a friend in the Sheriff's office in Elle Harrell. DEPUTY SHERIFF. To provide the service you deserve, a competent Deputy will be assigned and live in the following areas: Andalusia, Florala, Opp and Red Level. THIS IS MY PLEDGE TO YOU - ELIE HARRELL PD. PaL, ADV, BY ELIE HARRELL, ANDALUSIA, ALA. VOTE FOR AND ELECT FOR Place #2, 40th District COMPOSED OF CXWINGTON & GENEVA COUNTIES KINDLY PERMIT ME TO DISCUSS voting for Place Ng. 2 in the House at Replesentm. fives at the State Legislature. I expect to supi~rt and work for a strong business like State Government, IF ELECTED and at the pro- per time I will introduce legis- latiOn to eliminate the require- ment of cooperatives toward having to go Mole the State Finance Director for borrowing I WILL WORK AND SUPPORT for a better" and c0mplete educational system (our Junior Colleges and Trade Schools second to none). SOME OF MY ACCOMPLISHMENTS the last time I was in the Legislature I voted and supported the Bill that created the first Trade Schools for the State. I WAS ONE OF THE sponsors for a bin that furnished FREE hog cholia serum to our farmers. I WORKED AND HELPED to defeat a Bill that would have placed the cooperatives under the Public Service Commissions. I VOTED AGAINST all pay raises for members of the Legisla- te" A VOTE YOU WILL GET HONESTY APPRECIATION PD. POL. ADV. BY J. A. HUGHES, P. O. BOX 129, HARTFORD, ALA.