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ALJ_ CONTENT cOPyRiGHTED. ALL RJGI-J]'S RESERVED. JBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1976 PAGE 5 LAUREL HILL CITY COUNCIL accepted, with thanks, health care equipment donated by Hill Extension Homemakers Club Thursday night. The equipment consisted of a wheel and two pairs of crutches. Rogers, club president and Mrs. Dora Wynn, club secretary, on hand for the oc- said the equipment would be available for use by anyone in the area on a free loan basis. from left, are Councilman J. D. Sanders, Mayor Gene Clary, Councilman Joe Wynn, Wynn, Mrs. Cassie Rogers and Councilman A. P. Day. Other club officers are, Mrs. Ora Lee Johnson and Mrs. Lois McShane, treasurer. ry Fish Fry ws Large Crowd Florala-Ro- ry and FloralaQuar- ub Political Rally to be quite success- County politi- on hand and spoke voters of what should they be their respective could see a few nning to fly in one races. However, are still low key issues being rai- rally brought in the local QB Club. fish fry turned good old southern fried and was it ever good. Those Rotaryanns have cer- tainly trained their husbands well. They are fine cooks. It was reported that the batter was a Wayland Harrison -so crunchy and good as were the baked beans, slaw, rolls and plenty of ice cold tea. The chicken fry brought in $400 to add to the Rotary Club treasurer. It is certain that a lot of hard work went into the preparation for the dinner. But it was well worth while and pro- vides such a nice outing for lo- cal citizens. Toe bad more people don't take advantage of a night out of the kitchen. Short memories kept a lot of folk away. Them simply forgot it. JAMEY HATTAWAY HONORED WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY Little Jamey Hattaway, sonof Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hattaway, was honored recently with a birthday party, celebrating his second birthday. Friends enjoying the party were Prissy Harrison, Heather Gamble, Allison Earley, Be- linda Brown, Jason Simmons, Kevin Cobb, came by earlier to wish Jamey a happy birth- day. to be served by Rotarians, from left, Craig Harrison, ~s and Jim Sullivan - , Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Greene and Miss Cindy Woodham. Jack Vaughan and Glenn Zorn do the cooking holds the pan. Rex must have been pretty served him by the dishpan full! PAXTON ASSEMBLY q TO HOST MONTHLY SING Paxton Assembly of God Church will host their monthly gospel sing, Friday night, April 9 at 7:00 o'clock. The New Covenants will be the featured singers. All local talent is also invited to attend. PERSONAL Mrs. Melton Reeves from the Florala History Club, Mrs. John Merrifield and Mrs. Joe Cox from Jr. Woman's Civic Club, attended the Sixth District Spring meeting in Troy, Ala. Saturday, April 3. The meeting was held in the new Ralph W. Adams University Center. Clear Springs Church News by Gracie Adkison Our church will be having a good spring revival beginning next Sunday, April 11, to run through the 16th. Our guest Evangelist will be Tom Young from Graceville, Florida. We anticipate a great revival. Each night the singing will be led by various church choirs from surrounding areas. In the spi- rit of love, we want to share these joys. A cordial ifivita- tion is extended to all to join us each night, during the week at 7:00 o'clock. At a time in national life when a spiritual and moral rebirth is urgently needed, we must DOC TUCKER TO DELIVER SUNDAY MESSAGE In the absence of a pastor at Westside Baptist Church, Brother Doc Tucker will de- liver the lh00 o'clock mes- sage on Sunday, April 11. The Westside membership invites everyone to join them. UNION ASSEMBLY TO HOST REVIVAL APRIL I I The Union Assembly of God will hold a revival beginning April II at 6:30. The new pastor, the Rever- end Lowell Thomas, will be preaching each night. There will be special singing and tes- tamonies nightly. Union Assembly is located 1ft. mile off the Florala to Wing highway, only 11 miles from downtown Florala. The pastor and church mem- bership cordially invites you to join them in this revival. undergird our churches. And their missionary outreach as never before, holding firm to our conviction that Jesus Christ is Lord. We hope you will plan to be with us for Easter Sunday ser- vices, beginning at 9:45 a.m. SCHOOL CROWNS QUEEN by Nio Waiters On Friday, February 13, 1976, at the Municipal Audito- rium Columbustsaw the first of what may become an annual af- fair. The event was the first Military Ball in which all se- ven area high school JROTC Battalions were in attendance. The hall started at eight. The music was provided by the George Corradion Orchestra. At nine, the dignitaries from the school hoard, the American Legion, the VFW, and Fort Benning were introduced. At 9:15 the ceremonies real- ly began as each school crown- ed its queen. The queen for Baker was Miss Alechia Don- na Grantham. Miss Grantham is a junior at Baker. Her es- cort to the throne was Cadet Lt. Colonel Karl Von Bokern, the Battalion commander of Ba- ker ROTC. Her escort for the evening was Mr. Layland Mas- sie. Alechfa is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Grantham. PERSON.AL Friends of Mr. Bill Phillips will be glad to learn that he is recuperating at home after spending 7 weeks in West Florida Hospital in Pensacola, Florida due to a car accident. LADLES PULL-ON JAMAICAS :DOUBLE KNIT POLYESTER SHORTS WITH STITCHED CREASE; ELASTIC WAISTBAND. 10-16 ASST. SOLID COLORS PLASTIC GARBAGE BAGS Z6 GALLON 10 TO PKG. OUR REG. 77 BOY'S T-SHIRTS WHAT A LOW, LOW PRICE FOR T-SHIRTS MADE OF 50% COTTON, 50e/~ DACRON POLYESTER THEY'RE COOL AND COMFORTABLE, AND BECAUSE OF SLIGHT IRREGULARITIES YOU GET A GREAT BUY S-M-L-XL WITH CORD SOCKET 30" high with 3 sturdy.shelves. 3- way electrical socket. 15" x 20' top. Rolls easily on casters. FOR ALUMINUM COOKWEAR .~*COVERED PIE/UTILITY PAN I" *IZ" PIZZA PAN 2 I12 QT. COLANDER TUBED CAKE PAN IZ CUP MUFFIN PAN COOKIE/BISCUIT PAN COVERED CAKE. PAN Z QT. SAUCEPAN W/LID 3 PC. RANGE SET 12 QT. DISHPAN Z PC. SAUCE PAN SET CHOOSE ANY ONE OF THIS ASSORTMENT FOR ONLY New/So mild you can Shampoo every night/ from Helene Curtis BIO-DEGRADABLE PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nobles of Florala, Alabama, visited Cadet Michael Nobles, a Plebe (Freshman) at the United States Military Academy, during the annual Plebe-Parent Weekend activities March 31 through April 3. Cadet Nobles a 1975 graduate of 71st High School in Fayetteville, North Carolina, escorted his parents and Jamie McPhail, as they had an op- portunity to meet with faculty members and gain first-hand knowledge of the rigorous schedule followed by Plebes at the Military Academy. Mrs. Barbara Dunnam drop- ped by the news office Friday for a brief visit. Mrs. Dunnam enjoyed visiting with friends around town while here. She now makes her home near Birmingham at Mountain Brook. DEATH CLAIMS i,IFE OF SARA SIIOWS AT AGE 98 Mrs. Sara F. Shows, age 98, a resident of this area for the past 60 years, passed away in a Florala Hospital, Tuesday morning, March 30, 1976. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Florala and the widow of the late K. B. Shows. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. L.R. (Olene) Staggers of Paxton, five sons, C.B. Shows of Florala, J.H. Shows of Pens- acola, L.H. Shows of Paxton, O.W. Shows of Ocala, Florida, E.R. Shows of Montgomery, Alabama, and numerous grand- children, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. Funeral services were con- ducted at Z p.m. Wednesday' from Evans Funeral Home Chapel with the Reverends Freeman Williamson and Floyd Dyal officiating. Burial was in the Florala GreenwoodCeme- tery with Evans Funeral [lome directing. LADIES KNEE.HI HOSE STRETCH IN GO-WITH EVERYTHING BEIGETONE, TAUPE, AND CINNAMON 1"his Rellgous Healer Will Help You Wherb Others Have Tufted. Bring Your Problems To Sister Rogers Today And Be Rid Of Them Tomorrow. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK $ AM-10PM 3% Miles West Of Enterprise On Hwy. 84 Between New Brockton & Enterprise WATCH FOR PALM SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE EVERY BODY WELCOME I Have This Question ... No. 512 QUESTION: Why do drugs cost so much? ANSWER: Contrary tothe trend we have learned toac- cept in other areas, the pri- ces of drugs have not risen nearly as fast as most other commodities and services. For instance: Hospital costs, food costs, automobile and petroleum products all have risen in price - much more than drugs. It is expensive, however, to deliver on prescription, a drug that meets the very exacting specifications for research, development, testing, manufacturing and clinical testing that our gov- ernment requires. Many drugs have come down in price, while a very few account for much of the increase. Considering the lengthy GLASS TUMBLERS * 14 OZ. CRYSTAL COOLER OUR REG. PRICE .18 S. 5th STREET, FLORAl,A, SALE PRICES GOOD THROUGH APRIL 10 PALMOLIVE RAPID SHAVE 11 OZ. SIZE OUR REG. PRICE $1.17 FREE Mail-In OFFER! MOODY DRUG COMPANY 1515 West Fifth Avenue Florala, Alabama Phone 8-2855 MEN'S HIGH-TOP BASKETBALL SHOES SIZES 6 1/2 12. CUSHION INSOLE RUBBER OUTSOLE BLACK ONLY recovery periods and sav- ings effected by often not having to be hospitalized, to- days prescription may be our very best buy. OUR REG. 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