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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 Federated Clubs ClubUnion Tuna Stuffed Apple 1 medium apple, cored and cut in half 4 ounces drained canned tuna, flaked 1/2 teaspoon parsley flakes 4 teaspoons prepared mustard I/4 cup finely chopped celery l teaspoon dehydrated onion 4 teaspoons diet margarine GRACE PARRISH HONORED ON BIR THDA Y Johnson, Chris, Kim, and Rhea. In the afternoon the beautiful birthday cake was cut. Mrs W. T. Kilpatrick has the same birth date as her mother and they always have lunch together on this their day. Mrs. Grace E. Parrish was Place apple halves in baking honored on her birthday Sun- R e sou e On April I0, 1974 there was a Mrs. Jack Zorn reported for dish, cored side up. Combine day, April 21 with a big birth- joint meeting of all the fed- the Daffodil Garden Club. This tuna, mustard, parsley flakes, day dinner at her home on Fin- crated clubs of Florala. This club held a Christmas Bazaar celery and onion flakes; mix rala, Route One. She had meeting was held at Lake Jack- among their members, reported well. Spoon I/2 of mixture on- ten of her children to help son Club House and the six two bake sales and the presen- to each half apple. Bake at celebrate and during the day, clubs represented were: Fin- tation of a set of 20 Gardening 400 degrees F. (hot oven) 10 she had several telephone calls rala Study Club, History Club, Encyclopedias to the Florala minutes. Remove from oven. extending good wishes. Report Young Women's Civic Club, Memorial Library. Dot with margarine, return to Mrs. Parrish wore a lovely Florala Garden Club, Daffodil Mrs. Gitenstein reported for oven 1 minute or until margar- corsage given to her by Mr. Garden Club, and BluebellGar- the Study Club. They shared in ine is 'melted. Makesone and Mrs. Curt Savage. Mrs The Tri-Citv Rescue Squad den Club• The foyer had a beau- Blind Made Goods sale with the serving. Lloyd Fowler gave the invoca- has had a relatively quiet week. tiful arrangement of flowers History Club and have as their tion and the group sang "Hap- They made only 3 local runs. ~_ and an oil painting blending with main project working with the py Birthday" to Mrs. Parrish and 2 out-of-town• Squad mere- the arrantement, and the recep- library. They have now sub- ALPHA DELTA KAPPA and Mrs. W. T. Kilpatrick who hers wish to commend local ! tion room was decorated with scribed to a lending library, share the same birthday. A citizens for driving safely the floral arrangements, making more and better books bountiful meal followed, served past week. They have not made The tea table was presided available. CONVENTION HELD on long tables on the lawn. the first run due to injuries over by Mrs. i. D. Radford at There were around fifty The celebration was enjoyed received in auto accidents. by the following from Florala: ~; the tea serviceandMrs. James members present, and one via- IN '['ROY With summer on its way, Denney at the coffee service, itor, Mrs. Melvin Senn of Mia- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brooks, members of the rescue squad i The table was laden with as- mi, Florida. Jimmy, Joe and Aurthur Tew; hope that you will have an ac- Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Cook and cident free summer whiledriv- sorted sandwiches, cakes, The Alpha Delta Kappa state Stephanie; Mr. and Mrs. Ver- ing extra carefully• They re- cookies, stuffed dates and nuts.. _ ! convention was held April l9 and non Gomillion, Martha, Lisa, mind youngsters to use every Members from all clubs hadI'" v~~!R/-~TMI 20 at Troy State University. Lori, Leah and Jamey and Bobby precaution while swimmingand prepared the refreshments and Delegates and guests attendeda Kimbril; Mr. and Mrs. W.T. boating during their summer helped with serving, gala reception Friday at the Kilpatrick. Scott and Anne Kil- vacation upcoming• Florala Study Club was the home of Troy State University patrick. From Niceville, Fla. - leader for thc afternoon and president and Mrs. Ralph Ad- Mr. and Mrs. James H. Par- Squad members used24 man- hours and rut 127 miles on the hostesses serving from this ares. Our local Alpha Psi fish, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Price; ambulance during the week. HUNTINGDON COLLEGE club were Mrs. Katherine Can- Chapter assistedwiththeamen- from Milton, Florida - Mr. and The local runs were as fol- campus wide elections. non, Mrs. Julia Jernigan ities. The following morning a Mrs. Clifford T. Parrish, De- Barbara Bailey, Secretary, _~. By I .. ~ lows: Herman Lurie, Flo- and Mrs. H. F, Williamson. festive breakfast was held at bra, Leslie and a friend, Mike; rala, MoDe Warren, Florala, Mrs. Seymour Gitenstein, pre- the Holiday Inn. from Pace, Florida - Mr. and and Mrs. Eudon Nobles, Stella sident of the Study Club, pre- ~AIber|aGQmblo~ Saturday morning's session Mrs. Lloyd Fowler, RhondaPa- sided and greeted all the clubs g~ '""began with a welcoming address trice, Sherri, and Andy Wilk- Route,rain Memorialall wereHospital;taken to out- Flo- and extended a welcome to ev- by the honorable A1 Gibbs, erson and a friend, Jerry;from of-town runs inctuded MoDe eryone. Members joined in the Club Collect• Well here we are again with Mayor of the City of Troy. Opp, Alabama - Mr. and Mrs. Warren to Baptist Hospital in Entertainment for the oc- less weight loss that we expec- This was followed byamessage C.G. Parrish and Jannice, Mr. Pensacola and Mrs. Ella Pea- casion was furnished by two ted but, we are proud of every from the state Alpha Delta and Mrs. B. W. Perdue and cock of PaxtontoWaltoqCounty very talented local young men. ounce since so many are near Kappa president, Dorothy Wayne; From Andalusia, Ala. - Hospital in DeFuniak Springs. Gordon Welch and Connie Ad- their goal and their "#eight loss Green, The business meeting Mr. and Mrs. Troy Parrish, Members on call were Wayne ares were introduced by Mrs. is less. concluded with the installahon Mrs. Aggie Parrish, and Mrs. Syril Faine. Among the selec- We had 21 in attendance with of the new state officers. Clara Hattie Richards; from Pensa- Barrineau and Tommy Bishop. tions that were sung by Gordon 3 new members. Our weight Miller of the local Alpha Psi cola, Florida - Mrs. Rebecca accompanied by Connie were the loss was 16 I/2 pounds toward Chapter was installed as State following: "When April our three tons, a total now of Recording Secretary. Comes", and four StephenFoso 4,029 I/2 pounds lost. A sumptuious smorgasbord Damascus FLORALA NEWS- THURSDAY, STUDENTS named Student Body officers for Shown here, left to right, are: Kay Gomillion, Tre Dothan; and David Stallings, Judicial Investigator, One member received her Tie luncheon was served in Eld- ter selections "Oh, Susannah" . . • . "Beautiful Dreamer", Swannee Tac pm for 16 weeks achieve- ridge Hall. Miss Stacey King, .................. K ........ ment- Merle Woodham, having a very talented ten year old, ]L]I ..... L.,~,,.~ l~ I V~l dll(J My ulu ~muc:gy 11 qLIP 111 ~2; 111 ga l~ 151 ~ , 1.-,=~ 9o I/~ nc~unds since be- prov|ded entertainment at the Home" , ...... /- ,... " .. " ..... ,'riming, a Weight Watchers. organ. The featured address ueporm were ggven Irom me ...... . °" • " a " M cl,,b˘ Mrs J v ~o~rh,~,,,,,,,h Merle is a great mspwatmn to w s given by rs. Stella Den- az . " ". " . T" "Y.= .:-,.-:,.b.. .~ Not only an insniration.- nison of State of Oklahoma. Ivleet gave the report i.or me ms,Dry bui her bright personality is a Mrs. Dennison is the Past Grand ~nt:n~s awm:rnglt~elrl~c~mp~:~e great contr.i~ution to our class: lPn~:rSid~ntnOa~ Alpha Delta Kappa The Damascus Homemakers ,~.., ........ Anu she Is one ot our neD[ • tub met Wed Goods Sale an,, ,,,~,, v,uslam .............. Persons from this area at C nesday, April 7 welgnt wazcner Boosters, since - ' theme has been "Getting To ............................... for their regular meeting with ,,...... ,-, ....,_ _...~ n, .... ,, sne IS associate l~alzor Ol tenulag lliJlll tile|a I":51 th~ olub nra=idant Mv.˘ • N e..~w r~pl.e a,~ rlace~. . our Florala News Merle~ives Chapter were Gwendolyn Gib- ~'.~..2".'~. v-..~:-,~.~....-..:. ~^.^~,.. Mrs. Jonn .ayes va,~ugnan much ofpersonaltimeand;pace son, Nan Hutchinson, Ida Lou ~',.~h:Y~/,,~,.~:U:l:g;.~u'˘v~,~ reported fortheYoungW ................ ~mith Gr-cie "ad-'o- '~-b^c ..... s .......................... • . in me newspaper,punllsnlngar- , • ,~ u ~, .e ~ ~ ~,,t,o o.~ Civic Club They have had pro ....... • . . " ticles and pictures of our Weight Scarborough, Rita Moseley, and .. " Z'.' ........ grams of special Interest, ....._ , .... ,:--- # .... • D,~b,~,,,.c, ~oda,,v Mrs. t~wole t~elJ t~etcner Christmas Bazaar and haveor- - .... her presented the demonstratmn Scoutg cnarge when she reacnes ganized "Girl ...... ". " " .... to see that ......... on homebaked cookies andser- goal we wm ~ry R UNAL Mrs. H. C. Johnson report- _ ............. 1~i~ ~ ved a batch to club members Flnrals ~.~ard=n she ge~s a mu page ut ruuug- ed for ................ fforts . . . present FRANKIE WAYNE JOHN- . . . mtmn for her untiring e . Philip Chance of Mobile " . Club. Their mare project has _ " "his week let's .... w ......h Roll call and minutes of the SON, son of Mr. and Mrs. ~or our rec~pe~ spent ~aturaay ~tn ms mo~ er . . • been the rose garden andearn- " ..... l Wei-ht ......... prevlous meeting was glven by Pony Johnson of Paxton, Fin- • ,, ' ,, try one wom tne apr~ g ann sister, Mrs U M ano mg Club of D~stmctmn for" " " zi e _ ... • " " secretary, Mrs. Gladys Chain- rida, has completed six weeks ~ watchers maga n ~rances ~nance the third consecutive year. ' • bers. of basic training at Lackland ~ AFB, Texas.,. . . . ,~ ' " Johnson will now De trans- ferred to Goodfellow AFB, Texas for technical schooling. tending the funeral of Mrs. • Mary Frances Whiddon were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Register • and Mr. Charlie Register of H/ikM FAM] ~ Bonifay, Florida; Mr. andMrS.Alabama;Earl BrewtOnMrs.Ofw.Monroeville,A. Stokes VOTE FOR AND ELECT of Pensacola, Florida; Mrs. RI: LD Vi 'l John Murray Little of Bonifay, Florida; Mrs. Charlotte Taylor of Brewton, Alabama; Mr. and ~!::" ~: .......... ' := ~' i~ ~] Mrs. Glenn F. Till and son ~!: :~ , ~ ~ Spence of Birmingham, Ala- m~=mlm= t ~%~='= [ | ~ bama; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whid- , ~ , ......... .......... don Taylor and family of Brew- ~-- ........ ~ ton, Alabama. BILLY AUSTIN U.S. NAVY BE A WISE O'[`ER WHEN YOI EI,EC'F SEN,Vi'OIi ':, i,!!! Billy Morris Austin enlisted 1HE" 25'rn SENA'IORIAL"' i)ISTRICT. CO~iNi;Ti}N, Cll in the United States Navy at GENEVA" & PART ()F Hi)IS'r()N (:()I N'I'IES Montgomery on 15 April. 1974. Billy is the son of Mrs. Izora Austin of Route 1, Wing,Ala- bama. HAROLD B. WISE SA' 'S M+ EXPERIENC Austin will receive his ba- sic training or "Boot Camp" ~THE STATE I,EGISLVrIRE, FRIENDS MAI)E, & ~i~?::~ ;~I=:~ . at the Naval Training Corn- ,,. I mand, Orlando, Florida. Dur- KNOWLEDGE ()F THE I)ROBLEMS OF PEOPI,E OF A .... ;;~ . ing this basic training, he will THE DISTRICT MAKE ME BET'i ER I'REI)AREi) TO S receive instructioq concerning :=,~::.~:~ shipboard orientation, fire- THE PEOI)LE. :::.~.'..:~ ~. ~: fighting, damage control, na- • -~"::: ~!~ ~ val history, and seamanship• Austin will be granted leave IF EI,ECTEi), i V˘iIA, KEEP IN TOICH i'i'li ]'tie after completion of basic train- CRAIGt JO, JIMMY, CAROL, CHRIS AND CARL ing and prior to reporting to AND STAY ABRE~,ST OF THE PROBLEMS ()F THE his school command. He was DISTRICT, Wil.t RESPOND TO ANY RE'q-:ES'IV guaranteed a Class "A" School in Mechanical Operation and .SERVICE Maintenance upon completion of recruit training. Information concerning the Navy and the various programs WISE HAS THE PROVEN ABILITY TO V l't"t available to Navy men and wo- men may be obtained from your local Navy Recruiter, Chief OTHER LEGISI,ATORS ANi) iLi, ORk TO l't" Garrett, whose office is locat- ed on Court Square in Anda- SENATE BACK IN IT'S I'L. CE ()F I,EAI)ERSHII' lusia. Phone 222-7385. STATE GOVERNMENT OF COVINGTON COUNTY HE WILL SERVE ALL THE PEOPLE HONESTLY, FAIRLY AND EFFICIENTLY. CLEAR SPRINGS TO OBSERVE HOMECOMING The Clear Springs Assembly of God Church, eleven miles southwest of Laurel Hill, will observe homecoming on April 28, 1974. % % % The church pastor, C. L. Locke, invites everyone to YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE WILL BE APPRECIATED AND REMEMBERED. come spend the day and bring a basket lunch. They are ex- ~_ pecting to have a good day of PD. POL. ADV. BY FRIENDSOF JIMMY HAM $ worship, singing, and fellow- l~___J_ ship. VOTE ON MAY 7TH (PD. POL. ADV. BY HAROLD WISE, RFD, KINSTON~ ALA,~