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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 Sammie IC Pittman To Wed Randall B. Parnell May 4 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pittman of Dothan announce the forth- coming marriage of their dau- ghter, Sammie Kay, to Randall Burns Parnell, son of Mrs. Wendell Holmes of Midland City, Alabama and Frank Burns Parnell of Linden, Tennessee. Miss Pittman is the grand- daughter of J. W. Smith 'and the late Mrs. Smith, and the late Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Pittman, all of Opp. She attended George C. Wallace Junior College and is now employed by Dr. John H. Davis, D.M.D, andDr. Char- les W. Moulthrop, D.M.D. Mr. Parnell is the grand- son of Charhe Parnell and the late Mrs. Parnell of Linden, Tennessee, and the late Mr. and Mrs. James Irvin Riley of Echo. He is a Vietnam veteran, hav.- ing spent four years in the U. S. Marines, and is now partowner of Thompson Landscaping in Midland City. The wedding has been planned for May 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of the bride-to-be. Weight Watchers Corner BY ALBERTA GAMBLE Here we~ are again with a gooo weight loss of 81 pounds with 41 regular members, making a grand total of 1863. We are nearing 1 ton weight loss by the first Monday night in May. We had one new member Mon- day night and three more of our members received their "Tie Tac" pins for their 16 weeks achievement. At this meeting we had one of the best "sharing programs" we have ever had. Several of our class members shared wth us the report of their physical check-up with theirdoctor. And it was great to hear these good health reports -- such as their cholestrol was so much lower dition better than ever. That is why the weight watchers program is the best because you can eat plenty of good, balanced food and still lose weight and enjoy good health. We want to give you some ex- cerpts of the 92rid Congres- sional records in Washington, September 13, 19"/2. We quote the speaker Hen. Edward I. Koch in the house of Representatives: "Oneofthe most pervasive needs through- out our country is for pro- grams to assure the health and well-being of our people. "As one who has long been concerened with efforts to ira- l Social Happenings I I II I I Mrs. Martlfa Corbin of Holt, Florida, Mrs. Clara Robinson of Clear Springs Community and Mrs. Lucy Barlow visited last Thursday Mrs. Donia Dean and Mrs. W. W. Hedge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barnes of Citronelle, Alabama and their children and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hedge of Tallahassee, Florida attended the graveside services of their uncle, Mr. Frank Nobles here last week and visited their father W. W. Hedge and Mrs. Hedge for a short while on Tuesday. Mrs. Addis Watson of Win- ter Haven, Florida spent sev- eral days of last week visiting her mother, Mrs. Ross Palmer and other relatives. The Willard Powell family had the following relatives as guests during the Easter week- end; Mrs. Gris Young, James W. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Young of Elba; Mr. and Mrs. Otha Young of Mobile; Mr. and Mrs. Graham Birdsall, Julie and Amy of Corpus Christi, Texas; Miss Beth Powell, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Caton, Samatha and Earl of Route one, Opp. Mrs. Mattie Harvard, Mrs. Gladys Jackson, Mrs. Mildred Barton and Mrs. Mary Agnes Talbot attended the funeral of Mr. Jessie Barton in Auburn- dale, Florida, Monday. Mr. Barton was the brother-in-law of Mrs. Harvard and Mrs. Jack- son. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Weeks, Robert and Jamie, of Pensacola, Florida were guests of her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Goolsby of Route 1, Laurel Hill, Florida Easter weekend. Mrs. Willie Blanche Baldwin of Florala recently visited her son Bur6n Baldwin and family of Atlanta, where her son Ephus Baldwin, Jr., and wife of Port- land, Oregon joined them. All had a nice reunion and had a good time visiting sights of in- terests in nearby Atlanta. Mrs. Baldwin and her son, Junior, returned to Pensacola a week later by airplane visiting re- latives and then to Mrs. Bald- win's home here in Florala. After a short stay, Junior, re- turned to Atlanta picking up his wife and returning to their home in Oregon. Friends will be interested to know that Mr. Dan F. Adams of Paxton hasreturned home after his stay in the hospital and is doing much better. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Park- er were happy to have both their children home Easter weekend, Patty of Auburn Uni- versity and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Parker of Mississippi and children, Michael and Jonathan. Also visiting with Patty was Bob Nichelson of Wilmington, N.C., also a student at Auburn. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Silverm~n and daughter, Emily, of Elkins Park, Pennsylvania spent their spring vacation visiting in Flor- ala with her mother, Mrs. Pau- line Green, and sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gitenstein, and with friends. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Peters was Mr. and Mrs. Wallace L. Storey and sons, John and Wallace Jr. of Bart0w, Florida. Mr. Storey served two terms in the Florida Legislature and is presently engaged in prac- ticing law and the real estate business. The Peters are form- er residents of Bartow. Craig Harrison, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wood- and Mrs. WaylandHarrison, un- ham had as guest during the Byrd. George Vows Planned For June 2 and their blood pressure better prove health care, 1 am mind- derwent knee surgery Monday at Easter week-end and the past than it had every been, also ful of the relationship of ob- the Baptist Hospital in Pensa- week, her mother, Mrs. Clara their blood test and general con- esity to both physcial and men- cola, Florida. Reports arethat Parker of Geneva, Alabama. tal health. I believe we should Craig is doing nicely. r R ' tlrec°gnize pr°gramsdegignedt° home,After spending a week atcalled home due to the • $ t ~ U r a n help the "over-weight Ameri- Auburn University students illness and suddendeathoftheir 1 ~ 'I"OO~]~ y I can." visiting their parents the past father, Royce P. Hooten, the "An organization that has week-end include Gary Wood- boys have returned to their res- BY LIHDA WRIGHT - made a significant contribution ham, Jimmy and Joe Brooks, pective homes: Captain and ..... in the weight control field is Debbie Savage, Jimmy Denney, Mrs. Byron R. Hooten and sons It now costs more to Weight Watchers International, Sandra Moody, and Diana Rob- Inc. which has helped millions of bins. Todd and Josh to Kailua, Hawaii; AMUSE a child than it people the world over to con- Captain and Mrs. Thomas F. N•~˘ arrh,@ll cost to EDUCATE his quer their weight problem. = Hooten and sons, Michael and father. "Perhaps the most sig- Scott to Newberry, South Care- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Green nlficant feature of the new pro- like to hear this record report lina; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. of Kileen, Texas, (nee Debby . .___.____ _--------,~ gram is thatmembersofweight of Congress in Washington in Hooten to College Park, Geor- Pelham)are the proud parents watchers now are permitted to 1972: gin; S. Sgt John P. Hoo~n~of of a big bouncing baby boy. eat, in moderation such former- Remember the meeting Men- Eglin A.F.B. is staving with The new born has been named ly "taboo" foods as spaghetti, day at 7:00 o'clock and you will his mother, Mrs. MaryD. Hoot- Lloyd Scott, weighing in at 8 macaroni, potatoes, and co- be out 8:00 or little after, en for a while in Florala, and pounds and 14 ounces. He was reals. " Don't skip a meal, eat and Joe R. Hooten has returned to born March 19, 1973. "However, because of weight be healthy, and lose weight. Troy State University. Proud grandparents areMrs. watchers' efforts in reeducating Clara Pelham of Florala, Mr. members' eating habits, foods and Mrs. Lloyd Green of such as these can be handled Amarillo, Texas, and Mrs. Her- .,~ ~_~~.~~ intelligently, yet with the same man Bleick of Rutland, Idaho. ,' v determination to get rid of un- Wanted pounds. MISS LIBBY KIMBRO "Jean Niditch, founder and HOSTESS TO PICNIC president of weight watchers: Albert Lippert, board chair- AND EGG HUNT man chief executive officerand Mrs. Felix Lippert, secretary, Dr. William H. Sebrill Jr., me- dical adviser and Fay Burnett, nutritionist, merit special com- mendation for the role they have played in the development of this new program, and for their continuing efforts to enhance Weight Watchers' position in the weight control field." Unquote: I thought you would Florala, Damascus Baptist Church Holds Note Burning Services Note burning services were held at Damascus Baptist Church Sunday, April 22 in the morning worship service. As- sisting the pastor, the Reverend Frank Sledge, were C. D. Hen- ley, the oldest member, and C. O. Chambers, the oldest active deacon. In January of 1972 the church It Happens Every Time We Fly Over LINDA'S DINETTE Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Byrd annouce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Alice, to Leo- nard G. George, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew George Sr., of Birmingham, Alabama. She is a graduate of the Florala High School and Booker ttOllE COOKING - RE qL HOME COOKIIVC PHONE $-990S E. FIFTH AVENUE mm grass, leaves, . litter at the same time. added a new addition to the pas- torium, requiring a loan. This debt was retired in thirteen months. During this period, the church gave more through the co-operative program and its mission work, than any other time in the history of the church. All programs of the church have been accelerated and for- ward progress is being seen. Plans are under way for a pro- ject of beautification of the sanctuary and the physical structure of the church. With the attendance increas- ing every week, much forward progress is being shown and you will always find a warm and friendly welcome. Miss Libby Kimbro of Kins- ton, Alabama was hostess on Easter Sunday at a big picnic and easter egg hunt to all her brothers and sisters, members of their family and friends. Attending from Florala were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Woodham, Gary, Sherry, Cindy, and Sonya, Miss Debbie Savage, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Pete McGee, and Mrs. Clara Parker of Geneva, Ala- bama. LAUREL HILL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ANN IVERSARY Former members and friends of the Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church are cordially invited to join the members in celebrating the seventy-fifth Anniversary of the organization, Sunday, April 29, 1973; worship service will be at ll:00, followed by lunch. The pastor, the Rev. Harold Thomas, will bring the morning message. He will be assisted by the Rev. Frank Elvery, Exe- cutive Secretary, Florida Pres- bytery, and a former minister, the Rev. J. David Simpson of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Memorials to the late Mrs. M. Morrison and Miss Flora Labors will be dedicated dur- ing the service. DAMASCUS BAPTIST CHURCH SCHEDULES YOUTH NIGHT APRIL 2 9 the gospel. A warm welcome is extend- ed to all to come and hear these young people as they give their time and talents to the Lord. The Reverend Frank Sledge serves the church as pastor. ALL DAY SERVICE PLANN ED AT PLEASANT GROVE The fifth Sunday meeting will be held April 29, 1973 at the Pleasant Grove Assembly of God Church. This will bean all day service with dinner on thi~ ground. The featured singers will be the McCall Family from Mobile, Alabama. There will also be other singers and the Pleasant Grove Singers. Everyone is invited. Youth night services will be held Sunday night, April 29, beginning at 6:00p.m. at the Da- mascus Baptist Church. Bruce Chesser from Andalusia, and Randy Paul from Curtis, Ala- bama, have been invited to speak. Also, other youth in the area will be given an opportu- nity to take part if they de- sire. Special singing will be provided by The Lights of Da- mascus, and Miss Becky Dunn. All young people of the area have a special invitation to at- tend this servce and feel free to participate. The last Sunday night of each month has been set aside as youth night. On this night all the work of the church is car- ried on by the youth - the tea- ching assignments in church training, the music program, and the preaching service. This Sunday night, special emphasis is being placed on young men who have felt the call to preach With the Snapper grass catcher attachrnent, you can i \ \ actually vacuum clean you lawnas v, A you mow. No more hours of tedious raking. _. 'k The Snapper grass catcher holds:as full bushels. And it empties in seconds. But there s more to this great Snapper option than just how good it is. Another important thing is where it is: mounted on the back, instead of sticking out o ,the side like most mowers. With the Snapper grass catcher behind you, you have maximum maneuverability and the, easiest handling possible. The Snapper riding mower. The mower that cuts a.nd vacuums at the same time. McDonough Power Equipment, lnc ,A. subsidiary of Fuqua Industries, Inc. t and Lawn Mower PAXTON, FLORIDA Chain Saw THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL, GRACEe.~Ai~T~ I ST : ...... YOUTH SKAT1 NG PARTY The monthly skating party for Grace Baptist Church Youth will be Thursday night. The bus will be leaving Florala for Opp, Alabama at 6:00 P.M. All young people and others who plan to attend must be ready to leave by this time. Church officers should be contacted if you have not already made plans to attend. Transportation and refresh- ments will be furnished by the church. Each person who skates will be responsible for their own skating fee and for personal injury while skating. Dress and behaviour must be according to church rules, which includes no short shorts, no mini-skirts or other revealing dress wear. All boys and girls age 9-14 who plan to attend Camp Joy under the sponsorship of Grace Baptist Church must also have their signed application back to the pastor not day night, April .is ~n Chattanooga, the direction of Baptist Church Temple Schools for all boys and. 9-14. The cludes a great of memory as well as program which ruing, various ball horseback riding. over fifty horses. All persons are to contact the Baptist, Roy terested in any activities. Ha~, berets, being featured in to be worn with sN bu}~ whether or not en of this country this style again is tion. ~l~e Yl.rala Hems SOUTH FIFTH STREET - FLORALA, ALABAMA LARRY K. WOODHAM ...... 5~'I]~R MERLE WOODH AM ......... " SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT FLORALA, - SUBSCRIPTION RATES- f2ovington County, Alabama .......... Elsewhere in Alabama ................. Other States ........................ T. Washington Business Col- lege, Birmingham, Alabama. She is now employed by The Spain Rehabilitation Center in Birmingham. Mr. George is a graduate of Ullman High School and Law- son State Trade School in Bir- mingham. He is now employed by Stockham Incorporated, in Birmingham, Alabama. The wedding will be June 2, at 5:30 p.m. at the home of the bride. All friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and re- ception. After the ceremony the family will entertain with a reception at the Carver Jr. High School in Florala. The L&N is responsive to the needs of your community and to coming generations of American men and women. THE ENERGY CRISIS Today's energy crisis points out a dwindling supply of fossil fuels. More efficient use of these critical fuels for the movement of freight from city to city, is one essential way the L&N and other railroads really help. ESS[NIIAt [ACTS When comparing energy require- ments for the movement of inter- city freight, modertl efficient diesel locomotives require about % the energy of heavy duty diesel trucks, per ton mile. ESTABLISHED IN 1900 PUBLISHED WEEKLY ON THURSDAY Wee Friday And Saturday, April 27 And 28, (MUSTARD, MAYONNAISE & KETCHUP! HAMBURGER & MILKSHAKE (ALL THE WAY) HAMBURGER MILK SHAKE es ura Actually, railroads use only of the distillate fuel oil in U.S. refineries, while vehicles use about 17%. the L&N and other only a relatively small part o total fuel supply, the services provide are essential to economic growth and wealt the enti're nation. [UEI.-SAVING EFFICIENCY At the L&N, we know some must be done to conserve to get the most work/energY every gallon. We are doing part by maintainihg our dit engines to assure maximum ciency. We've installed new e, merit and facilities to surplus oil leakage. We ~' millions of tons of freight new advanced technique achieve fuel saving course, there's more we and we are working on it. i Lers work to help coo precious energy and future genera to e~