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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. a CHURCH GROUP SPONSORS CAR WASH tans" from Westville, Florida and "The Faulkner Family", from The young people of the First Assembly of God Church will be Sylacanga, Alabama. Come and enjoy this sing and fellowship having a car wash Saturday, April 19th, from 9 until 4 o'clock at with us. the church. If you cannot bring your car, call 8-3915 and an adult will pick it up and return it. 4-H CLUB SPONSORS SALE The Paxton Clover 4-H Club is sponsoring another of their 24TH OF JUNE CELEBRATION COMMITTEE NEWS monthly rummage sales this coming Saturday, April 19, 1975 from In Monday's regular committee meeting, the motion was passed 9 until 5 at the home of their leader, Mrs. Earl. that once again, as before in 1970, prizes will be awarded on Clothing, furniture, tools and electric motor are some of the the Z4th for beards and the best dressed ladies. So start your many items to be sold. Everyone is invited to come browse. beard and get your old clothes from the "Gay 90's" out of moth Proceeds will be used to send our 4-H'ers to summer camp. balls and start making plans to be in Florala on the 24th of June. The Paxton Clover 4-H Club is making plans to compete in Ads are now being taken for the 24th of June program book, so the Walton County Events Day on April 26. be looking for a member of the committee to be calling on you business people. LBW TO BRING NEW ORLEANS SYMPHONY The New Orleans Symphony, considered to be one of this country's greatest orchestras, will perform in Andalusia on Thursday evening, May 15. Rubye Del Rowan, Chairman of the LBW Community Arts Council of Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College, has an- nounced that tickets are now available for this exciting concert. Tickets are $5.00 for adults and $2.50 for students. Area re- sidents are urged to purchase their tickets as early as possible. Call or write Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College, Andalusia, Alabama 36420. Telephone 222-6591. CHAPEL HILL BAPTIST CHURCH TO HOST SING The members and pastor, William Aplln, invites everyone to join them in a good gospel sing, Saturday night, April 19, 1975, at 7:00 P.M "The featured groups will be "The Singing Samari- l Adamant was originally coined by the ancients from the Greek words a meaning "not" and damao meaning "[ tame" to describe a mineral of incomparable hardness. Diamond, which qualifies as a mineral of incomparable hardness, being the hardest of gems, comes from the same root ! I I ! SALE ENDS APRIL 1 9 II II I I A.) HOME 'N AUTO COMBO PAK One Utility and one Compact Flashlight with Two "D" and Two "C" Heavy Duty Batteries Nd. 3092T (A.) 22"x44" WHITE VELOUR 22 OUR REG. PRICE 1.97 B.) "YEAR-ROUND" LANTERN Powerful Long Range Beam, Rugged, Weatherproof, High Impact Case. OUR REG. PRICE 1.47 --- Your Choice For--- (B.) COTTON CHENILLE TWIN OR FULL SIZES IN RICH SOLID COLORS. No. L42 MR.C FFEE 1T,. COFFEE MAKER A CUP OF PERFECTLY BREWED COFFEE EVERY 30 SECONDS. FASTER THAN MAKING INSTANT COFFEE, OUR REG. PRICE 29.97 IDEAL FOR SPRING & SUMMER ENTERTAINING Model CB 500 A.) VINTAGE RELISH DISH Amber or Olive. B.) 3 PC. VINTAGE SALAD SET Amber, Olive, or Crystal. OUR REG. PRICE 1.47 YOUR CHOICE BOYS' CUSHION FOOT MEN'S COTTON FABRIC SOFTENER BIG 64 OZ. SIZE WHITE STRETCH SOCKS. FIT SIZES 8-II. PACK OF 3. WITH SCREEN PRINT OR IN SOLID COLORS SIZES S, M, L & XL. OUR REG. PRICE 1.47 #o~,w toC, e n~.¢ OUR REG. PRICE 1.47 ~ Pkg. OUR REG. : i ++i PRICE " i 1.66 LIQUID CLEANER Florala, Alabama Showers Sara Matthews THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL ~+ ing yellow tapers flanked either side of the arrangement. Co-hostess Mrs. Chuck Wallis presided at the silver coffee and tea service and co-hostess Mrs. Henry Williamson served refreshments. The buffet was beautifully decked with a beautiful arrange- ment of green fern arranged in a lovely crystal vase on a marble base with yellow candles in crystal candleholders com- pleting the decor. The honoree was presented a lovely casserole serving dish with a silver base along with a cookbook of delicious casserole, dishes from the hostesses. Hamburger Supper Adams, acco~npani sented a deIi tunes in keeping centennial theme. Ably of Club Union Anne George, Club member. PER~ Mrs. Sally Baton Rouge with ] dren, Stephen and Mrs. Sidney Pri( La Marque, baby daughter, were house guests Mrs. Faine for last week. While here tained at a Julia Jernagan Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Strick- night Mrs. Chuck land and Mr. and Mrs. Jim family gatheing at Sullivan honored Miss Sara for a dinner party. I Matthews and Mr. A1 Goolsby with a hamburger and ice Mrs. Emily Price+ cream supper at the home of Letohatchie was a I#] the Stricklands on May l l. of Mr. and Mrs. Cb~] The hostesses presented the over the weekend. | couple with a Family Bible for • their home. The guests included Mrs. C. N. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goolsby, Col. and Mrs. Wendel McCoy, Miss Barbara Ballard, Mr. Connie Adams, and Mr. and Mrs. John Goolsby. Mrs. Miriam early flight out port Sunday to home in ticut after weeks with her Jack Smith. • .. Mrs. Jack Goolsby, Sara, Mrs. Dunnam Women's Civic Lingerie Shower The lakeside home of Mrs. Barbara Dunnam was the perfect setting for a lingerie shower honoring Miss Sara Matthews, bride-elect of AI Goolsby. The dining table and living rooms were warm and colorful displaying choice paintings by Mrs. Dunnam's talented daughter, Barbara Evans and bouquets of roses and spring flowers, compliments of Mrs. Sadie Moon and Mrs. Anne Git- enstein. Guests were treated todelec- table home baked refreshments consisting of yeast bread, cof- fee cake, tastefully topped with cherries, slivered almonds and roasted pecans, bran muffins, served with cheese, fresh sugar dipped strawberries, roasted nuts, coffee or hot tea. Following the opening of gifts, guests enjoyed a tour of the Dunnam art gallery which was quite breath taking. Mrs. Dun- nam is a student of art, her- self, and already her paintings have taken on a professional look. Club Hosts Club Union Day The Lake Jackson Clubhouse looked like a spring garden, in spite of the inclement wea- ther conditions outside, when the Women's Civic Club en- tertained the Daffodil Garden Club, the Florala History Club and the Florala Study Club at the annual Club Union Day on Wednesday, April 1, 1975. Club Union Day is an annual event culminating the club year when the federated women's clubs of the city meet together to review their year's projects and ac- complishments. Urns and bas- kets held great bouquets of ro- ses, dogwood, pink azalea and spring flowers. On the table in the entrance hall a huge spring arrangement made a me- morable sight. The thirty:se- ven guests helped themselves to dainty open faced sandwiches, salted nuts, cheese straws, sausage balls, doughnut centers along with other delights from the refreshment table. Lime sherbert punch was ladled from a crystal punch bowl and coffee was poured from a lovely silver coffee service. Presenting entertainment for the afternoon were Mrs. Linda Crum, vocalist and Mr. Connie GREAT TRAVEL COMPANIt GIFT-WITH-Pi eooeeooooo Merle Norman Cream Lotion Lotion, Shape all four in a weekend travel yours, now, as our complimentary gift! coupon and any $6I Norman cosmetic Come, today! Only at your mERLE BORI cosmETIC FLORAL/ 408 East 2nd 'Otter good through Jun, Of wh+~e Sopphe5 e • o e e o o o e o o ooe~ • • . Sara Showing One Of Many Useful Gifts Kitchen Shower A kitchen shower was held Saturday afternoon, April 12 in honor of Miss Sara Mat- thews, bride-elect of AI Goolsby, whose wedding isplan- ned for Sunday, April p.O. Hos- tesses for the occasion were Mrs. Jo Ellen Sellars and Mrs. Belinda Goolsby. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Goolsby in Lock- hart during the hours of 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. On arrival Mrs. Jon Sellars presented Miss Matthews with a "kitchen cor- sage" of yellow and white, the bride-to be's chosen colors. After the honoree opened many gifts of useful kitchen items, guests were served re- freshments of individual blue- berry @ies, topped with whipped topping, roasted pecans, cheese strawsi and lemonade. Special guests included the honoree, Miss Matthews, Mrs. C. N. Matthews, mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. Jack Goolsby, mother of the groom-to-be, and Afternoon Tea The lovely home of Mrs. Syril Faine was the setting for an afternoon tea honoring Miss Sa- ra Matthews, bride-elect of At Goolsby, Saturday afternoon~ April 5. Mrs. Syril Faine greeted the guests as they arriyed at 4:00 p.m. Arrangements of pink dogwood and red amaryllis were breath-taking to guests in the living room as they were pre- sented to the honoree, her mo- ther, Mrs. C. N. Matthews, Mrs. Jack Go01sby, mother of the groom-to-be, and Mrs. T. B. Holley, grandmother of the groom-to-be. In the dining room the serv- ing table was overlaid with a beautiful white Army-Navy cloth with an arrangement of white Calla Lillies as the focal point. Silver candelabras hold- Mrs. T. B. Holley, grandmother of the groom-to-be. • I t in Junior and Senior level college courses at LBW? There is a strong possibility that a university will offer junior senior level college courses during the evenings on the campus Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College. If you would be inh in taking junior and senior level courses please complete following questionaire and return to: Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College P. O. Drawer 1418 Andalusia, Alabama 36420 1. Would you be interested in taking iunior and senior college leVet courses during the evening at LBW? I Yes__ No i 2. If such courses are offered I would like to begin Summer 1975. Fall 1975. , Other kJ 3. My Planned major would be 4. I would probably takers_ (Number) of courses each quar Name Address Phone No.