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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 NEWS- THURSDAY, APRIL 22, Blue Bell Garden Club Holds Meeting The Blue Bell Garden Club the Gardener's Creed. held its monthly meeting Tues- Mrs. Mamie Clary read the day, April 13, 1976, inthehome minutes of the last meeting and of Mrs. Walter Stinson, with gave the treasurers report. Six Mrs. Sue Lawson hostess, members answered roll call, The meeting was called to with the name of a rose. Two order by the president, Mrs. guests were present, Mrs.Jua- Betty Denney, who also read nita Wibbing and Miss Lynn Denney. EBENEZER BAPTIST TO RECOGNIZE CHILDREN Ebenezer Baptist Church will recognize the children of this church on Sunday morning, April 25, at the II o'clockwor- ship hour. Sonic of the children will be featured in singing. Everyone is cordially invited to attend these services. Mrs. Betty Denney gave a very interesting program on how to grow roses. After the program, Lynn Deuney was sur- prised with a kitchen shower. Delicious refreshments of sandwich roll, chocolate cake, mixed nuts, coffee and colas, were enjoyed by everyone. Cpt. William (Bill) L. Wallis will be graduating from Univer- sity of Alabama Law School on May 16, 1976. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallis of Florala. VOTI= FOR e MEMBER OF COVINGTON • COUNTY Commission District 3 ! Am A High School Graduate, Hold A Certificate In Business Law From Cornell University And HaveDone An Indepth Study Of The Grid Concept Of Management. I Feel That I A m Fully Qualified, Willing And Able To Make District 3 A Full Time Commissioner, Worthy Of Your Vote A nd Support. II , Your Every Consideration Will Be I Sincerely Appreciated i (Pal Pol Adv, By. Ka~dall Maraman,.F1oraht, Alabama) Hil ii ................ ... Miss Robblns Diana Robbins To Wed Robert Decker Mr. and Mrs. Winston Rob- bins of Paxton, Florida an- nonnce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Diana Marie, to Ro- bert Decker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arvil Decker of Albert- rifle, Alabama. Grandparents of the bride- elect are Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Cooper of Opp, Alabama and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Robbins of Florala, Alabama. The bride-elect is a graduate of Auburn University and holds a B. S. degree in Nutrition and Foods. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi social so- rority. The prospective groom is the grandson of Mrs. Homer : Abney and the late Mr. Abuey , of Albertville and Mrs. Robert Brockman Decker and the late Mr. Decker of Whiten, Alabama. He is a graduate of Auburn University, where he received a B. S. degree in Business and was a member of Pi Kappa Al- pha fraternity. The wedding will be May 9, 7:00 o'clock in the evening at the Auburn United Methodist Church in Auburn, Alabama. - PERSONAL, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallis had as their guests over the Easter weekend, their sons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wallis and son, Patrick, of New Orleans, Louisiana and Capt. and Mrs. William (Bill) L. Wallis and son, Bill, of Tuscaloosa, Ala- bama. I I i ,q LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSLIRANCE COMPANY P. O, BOX 26P. BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 35202 REAL ESTATE April 22, 1976 NEWS RELEASE nny MARTIN THEATRE s er At.the.end of each fiscal_ year upon the recommendation of its" dtstrtct managers, Ltberty National recognizes the most outstanding representative in each of its district offices. The man who earns this honor is selected for hts-- -fme sales record and, more importantly for the supertor quahty of hts servtce to policyowners. Manager Charles Cope, announced today that Danny Harrison of Florala, Alabama was the leading agent in the Andalusia District for 1975, triple qualifying for the Torch Club his second consecutive year in the life insurance business. The Andalusia District extends to Danny and Julia their sincere congratulations for this fine record. Four Federated Clubs con- Florala Study Club, Young sisting of Florala History Club, Women's Civic Club, and Daf- History Club Meets In Baldwin Home The Florala History Club met with Mrs. John E. Baldwin at her home in Paxton on April S. Arrangements of beauti- ful roses decorated the rooms. The hostess served delicious refreshments consisting of blueberry pie, herb cheese on white wafers, assorted nuts, mints and coffee. Mrs. Leo- nard Smith and Mrs. Lewis El- land assisted the hostess in serving. Mrs. P. A. Petrel in the absence of the president, pre- sided over the meeting. The meeting was called to order and the club collect repeated in uni- son. Mrs. Petrey introduced the new member, Mrs. Jack Zorn, and welcomed her into the club. She also welcomed the guests, who were Mrs. L. T. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sullivan. It was nice to have Mrs. Otis Mathis back in attendance after an extended illness. The program leader, Mrs. Merton Reeves, introduced Mr. Jim Sullivan, who gave a most Interesting and informative program on "America's Mil- lion Dollar Pastime: Sports." Mr. Sullivan, having been very well acquainted with football as a player during his high school and college years, con- centrated his talk mostly on this sport. He shared some personal experiences, both hu- morous and serious, related to the game of football. He said that playing the game does not build character; it exposes character. Neatly made charts were visual aids used to il- lustrate the cost research Mr. Sullivan had done on football and other sports. During the business session, Mrs. Lewis Eiland, acting se- cretary, checked ten members, two associate members and three guests present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Mrs. Merton Reeves gave an interesting report of the dis- trict meeting at which time she reported Mrs. T. J. Britton's name being placed on the me- morial list. A few other high- CEMETERY WORKING TO BE HELD AT NEW HOPE BAPTIST There will be a cemelery working at the New Hope Bap- tist Church this Saturday, April 24. Everyone is encouraged to come early and bring tools for working. The church member- ship would like to have the ce- metery in tip-top shape for homecoming services on Sun- day. Your cooperation will be appreciated. -PERSONAL- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Smith, Jr., and Miss Sandra Smith spent Easter Sunday i~ Montgomery. They were guests of their son and daughter-in- law, the Reverend and Mrs. Stephen L. Smith and little granddaughter, Stepbanie Ann. They attended Easter services at St. James Methodist Church where Reverend Smith is now serving as associate pastor. lights of the meeting were re- ports of the number of Junior Clubs, certificates "for bi- centennial, clubs encouraged to employ the two-year election plan and the June workshop to be held in Tuscaloosa. It was announced that the Club Union Day meeting would be held at the Lake Jackson Club House with the Daffodil Garden Club as the host club 'on April 14. Mrs. Merton Reeves would serve on the hos- tess committee as hostess from the History Club. LBW Plans Summer Schedule A schedule of classes to be offered Summer quarter at Lurleen B. Wallace State Ju- nior College has been announc- ed by Dr. Charles Viverette, LBW Dean of Instruction. The summer term will be divided into two, five-week ses- sions. Students may enroll in one or both of the sessions of- fered during • the summer months. During gummer regis- tration, on Friday, June 4, stu- dents may register for either the first session, second ses- sion, or both. An additional registration pe- riod has been scheduled for July 15, to open the final ses- sion. All Summer quarter clas- ses will end at LBW on August 20. Students planning to par- ticipate in LBW's Accelerated High School Program will fol- low the same registration sche- dule. Courses to be offered during the first session, June 4 - July 13, include: ART I01: Visual Arts Survey; BI0 101: Princi- ples of Biology; BIn 202: Hu- man Anatomy & Physiology; BUS 101, 102, 103: Introduc- tory, Intermediate, and Advan- ced Typewriting; BUS 121: In- troduction to Business; BUS 131: Business Machines; BUS 241: Principles of Accounting I; DA 201: Theatre Workshop; EC 201: ": Principles of Econo- mics I; EH I01: Fi'eshmanCom- position I; EH 262: English Literature II; GY 221: World Regional Geography; HPR 108C: Volleyball; HPR 151C: Arch- ery. Also, HY I01: Western Civ- ilization; HY 201: History of the U.S.; MH 113: Pre-cal- culus with Trigonometry; MH 131: Math in General Educa- tion I; MU 101: Music Appre- ciation; PSY 201: GeneraIPsy- chology; SOC 201: Introduc- tion to Sociology; SP 101: Fun- damentals of Speech; SPA 101, 102: Introductory Spanish I & II; SPA 201, 202: Interme- diate Spanish I & II. Courses to be offered during the second session, July 15 - August 20, are: BIO 102: Gen- eral Zoology; BIO 103: Gen- eral Botany; BUS I01, 102 & 103: Introductory, Intermed- iate, and Advanced Typewrit- ing; BUS 122: Principles of Management; BUS 242: Prin- ciples of Accounting II; BUS 261: Business Law; CH 100: Survey of Chemistry; EC 202: Principles of Economics ll; EH 100: English Laboratory; EH fodil Garden Club met on April 14 for their annual club union day. The Daffodil Gar- den Club was hostess club for this occasion. The Club House. was beautifully decorated in the bicentennial motif. Red, white and blue colors were carried out in all themes. The foyer had a lovely floral ar- rangement in these colors, and the arrangement was prepared by Mrs. Barbara Stovall and Mrs. Katherine Cannon of the Study Club. The tea table arrangement was done by Mrs. Merton Reev- es and Mrs. P..A. Petrey of the History Club and was an arrangement of red and white roses. Refreshments werepre- pared by members of the Daf- fodil Garden Club. Refresh- ments consisted of punch, sand- wiches, copkies, cheese straws and nuts. Each member was given a name tag upon arrival which was m@de in the shape of a yellow daffodil, which is the club flower. After a delightful social hour, the meeting was called to order by Mrs. W. E. Holley, Jr., Daffodil Garden Club president. A welcome address was given to all club members. Mrs. Holley asked Mrs. Robert Mc- Clellan to read the Garden Club Prayer. Mrs. Jerry Evans presented Mr. Andy Alsup, local band di- rector and his accompanist, Mr. Bradley, a student from Flo- rala High School. Mr. Alsup entertained members with two numbers on flute, "Humores- que" and "Amazing Grace" Roll count was made and clubs were represented as follows: Study Club - 12; History Club II; Daffodil Garden Club- I0; and Young Women's Civic Club - 6. Mrs. Katherine Perry, His- tory Club president, reported on club house maintenance for year. Some damage as a re- suit of Eloise had been ed, water damage from and termite control. Mrs. Perr, progress of the Programs on continuation from over $I,000.00 made Made goods sale, with local bloodmobile. Mrs. Jack Zorn, president, reported lowing, program theme Club Horizons have "Florala Rental the year, sponsored children in local area rala Memorial helped Mrs. Sally sident of Young Club reported as Thanksgiving food visits to elderly by members, Country, rummage April, club money jects, and com marquee by post Mrs. Holley fodil Garden Club. has made some compote and 2 volumei rary, a variety of on Horticulture, bloodmobile.' These are a four clubs accom the year. d Mrs. Johnny Ray was for this meeting. NOTICI The New Community Get having a Fried Chicken Suppet Saturday, April from 6 to 9 p.t~ Live Enter, Y'all Come PLUMBING - ELEC Old Or New Experienced- Youthful JOB TOO LARGE OR All Work Guaranted PHONE 8- 1082 Stan Caraway PLUMBING- ELECTRICAl- RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY: New Listing: 3 lots in city limitS. 309' paved frontage x 150' deeP. Nice building lots. New Listing: House and 4 lots in Old Florala. Good buy. New Listing: 3 BR frame house- with LR, DR, Kitchen and Den. carpeted. Completely fenced. to sell. 2 BR home on corner lot 100'xl50L A real buy. Fully carpeted. 101: Freshman Composition 7g~.,~I.Y~//.F/PR.2Y2¢~..,~ I; EH 102: FreshmanComposi- COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: DOUSZ E FtgT/J,q~ " | ~.,,,,,c,~,, ....... ,c,,,,,,~,,,, ...... tion II; EH 261: English Lit- [~7",-%~0~~ |~#~"J~-'-N~/'~"~e" erature I; HY 102: Western3 lots with concrete block build' Civilization; HY 202: History ing. Terms available. I~ "~'~l duction to Algebra; MH Ill- College Algebra; MH 132: Math Brick Store Building. Terms • -------ptc~r------- in General Education II. able. '7~/27g~IE~Y~O~.Y':~, Courses may be added to the -~u#. t~u ~'f w~. ~-~-~-~ Ge~e Matm&-m MatW Wik:mt ~ v,7,~v~,~a,a;7. --u-si,,~ Summer schedule provided 122 Story building 50 x 100. or more students request a specific course. To request floor with tile. Central heat additional courses or for ad- air, sprinkler system. New ditional information, contact Terms. Dr. Charles Viverette at LBW. Brick building on main street. Revival To Be for one or two operator Beauty,~ Held At ACREAGE: 15 beautiful acres in Paxton. Ciff Lakewood Water and fire protection. Terms available. f4/Y,~/.P/,£ fl/'R. A revival meeting is being held at Lakewood Baptist Church, with the Reverend William Aplin as speaker. There will be special sing- ing by a different choir each night, beginning at 7:00o'clock. The meetings will continue Until Homecoming Day, April 25. After the Reverend Aplin brings the 11:00 o'clock mes- sage on this day, dinner will be served on the church grounds. You have a special invitation to come and bring someone with you to these meetings and fel- lowship with this church on Sunday, April 25. The Faith Singers of Eu- fanla, will be in charge of the afternoon sing, beginning around 2:00 p.m. 2 acres with new deep well pumP, barn and garage. House burned se.', veral months ago. A nice country location. ACREAGE NEEDED: Have purchaser for500-600 acreS' Willing to pay top dollar. We need small acreage, with without dwelling. ROYCE & COMPANY Florala, Alabama 858-7373 or 858-2457 Mrs. Lucille S. Cox, Broker