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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. US~TJ~:) LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. From The Florala Garden Club President's Desk by Vera Whiddon Our plant sale went off wilb flying colors and our treasurey was increased to an amount that will surprise most of those who worked so hard ~o make it possible. There were all kinds of plants and delicious baked ca- kes, as well as canned jellies, preserves, etc., which proved attractive to all. The various offerings were soon sold out, with nothing left, but the me- mory. Our finance chairman is to be commended for this well thought out and planned sale, which proved such a suc- cess. She is finance chairman for the new club year and is already planning for a second sale.. Sadie says, "It will be an annual occurance", so start now to get your plants growing for an even bigger sale next year." Sadie Moon really gets things done in a first class way. We all are looking forward to our next meeting, which will be at the Fellowship Hall of the Baptist Church in the form of a covered dish supper, with all the trimmings. Be sure you don't miss it. The decora- tions will be in keeping with the good food. With Mrs. Jna- nita Radford as chairman of the social committee, we can be sure everything will be a number one. The date is May 13 -- be there! Until later, Vera. III I II VOTE FOR Kendall araman MEMBER OF COVINGTON COUNTY Commission District 3 I A m A High School Graduate, Hold A Certificate In Business Law From Cornell University A nd Have Done A n Indepth Study Of The Grid Concept Of Management. ! Feel That I Am Fully Qualified, Willing 4 nd Able To Make District 3 A Full Time Commissioner, Worthy Of Your Vote A nd Support. illIlll Ill Your Every Consideration Will Be Sincerely Appreciated (Pd. Pol. Adv. By Kendall Maraman, Florala, Alabama) Illll II I i ii REAL ESTATE 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. Den carpeted. Completely fenced. Priced to sell. 2 BR home on corner lot 100'x150'. A real buy. Fully carpeted. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: 3 lots with concrete block build- ing. Terms available. Brick Store Building. Terms avail- able. 2 Story building 50 x 100. Concrete floor with tile. Central heat and air, sprinkler system. New roof. Terms. Brick building on main street. Ideal for one or two operator Beauty Shop. ACREAGE: 15 beautiful acres in Paxton. City Water and fire protection. Terms available. 2 acres with new deep well pump, barn and garage. House burned se- veral months ago. A nice country location. ACREAGE NEEDED: Have purchaser for 500-600 acres. Willing to pay top dollar. We need small acreage, with without dwelling. or ROYCE & COMPANY Florala, Alabama 858-7373 or 858-2457 Mrs. Lucille S. Cox, Broker • . Mrs. Charles O. Burge, III Mary Palmer Weds Charles O. Burge, 'l'fle First Umted Methodist Church, of Andalusia, was the setting for a lovely candlelight wedding Saturday, April 10, when Mary Evelyn Palmer be- came the bride of Charles O. Burge, HI. Reverend Ben Sawada, pastor of the church, officiated at the double ring ceremony at 4 p.m., and was assisted by Reverend Karl StegaU, of Montgomery. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Levi Palmer. The groom is the son of Mrs. Ted Raley and the late C. O. Burge, II. Mrs. Jerry Padget, organist, played appropriate nuptial music as wedding guests ar- rived. Vows were exchanged before an altar centered with the open Bible. On either end of the altar were three branched brass candelabra, burning bridal ta- pers and vases of spring flo- wers. A 15 branch candelabra span- ned the altar and formed an impressive background for the altar. Altar flowers were white snapdragons, white daisies, SO- nia roses and greenery. On either side of the altar were nine branched candle trees trimmed with jade palm foli- age. Seven branch candela- bras, interspersed with jade palm foliage completed the al- tar appointments. Pews, where the families were seated, were marked with tail hurricane lamps tied with white bows. Miss Susan Stndstfll, of Bir- mingham, attended the bride as maid of honor. Attendants were Mrs. Robert Brooks, Andalusia; Miss Cathy Lee, Montgomery and Mrs. George Salem, Bir- mingham. The attendants wore blue for- mal sleeveless gowns designed by Priscilla of Boston. The gowns were of rose print voile featuring Empire waistlines, scooped necklines, edged with self ruffles, and A-line skirts, bordered with a bias ruffle. The maids carried small oosegays of the Sonia roses, white daisies, silk roses, baby's breath and German sta- tic. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was radiant in her formal gown of ivory silk organza designed by Pris- cilla of Boston. The gown was fashioned with a boat neckline and short bell sleeves of scal- loped reembroidered Alencon lace and seed pearls. The French netting and klencon lace bodice was made on a natural waistHne~fealuring an A-line skirt of silk organza which ex- tended into a chapel train. Her eihow length veil of silk illusion was made with two ti- ers, adorned with Alencou lace appliques and attached to a Ca- melot cap of lace and seed pearls. The bride carried a cascade of stephanotis, baby's breath and apringerl fern, centered with a white cattleya orchid. Her only jewelry was her grand- mother, the late Mrs. Daniel Stepbenson's gold ear rings. Bill Carter attended the groom as best man. Tom palmer and Mike Pope Lighted the candies. Ushers and groomsmen were Tom Palmer, brother of the bride, Huntsville; Mike Pope, Andalusia; George Tis- dale and Frankle Bodie, both of Birmingham and David Lord, Baton Ro~e, Louisiana. Mrs. Palmer chose for her daughter's wedding a formal gown of coral knit and Chantilly lace styled on Empire lines. The gown was fashioned with a mandarin neckline and a mat- ching coral Chantflly lace chan- nell jacket. She wore a white orchid. Mrs. Raley was attired for the wedding in a floor length aqna crepe gown styled on princess lines. The ensemble was fashioned with a matching jacket. A white orchid com- pleted her attire. Mrs. C. C. Fauik, of Sam- son, aunt of the bride, wore a fo rmal gown of pastel blue crepe with matching accessories. Mrs. C. O. BurKe, grandmo- ther of the groom, wore a gown of lavender crepe. Mrs. Faulk and Mrs. Burge wore corsages of white orchids. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer entertained wedding guests with a reception in the fellowship hall of the church. Miss Palmer is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Cannon of Florala. EVANGELISTIC CENTER REVIVAL SERVICES WEEKLY Reverends Lowell Thomas and Rex Norsworthy, would like to invite you to attend revival services at the new Evangelis- tic Center, On Highway 54, east of Florala on the Lakewood Curve. All people of all faiths are invited to come and worshipto- gerber. Services begin at 7:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday of each week. / THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, APR IL 29, Lois Sunday School Class Holds Meeting by Vera Whiddon The members of the Lois Sun- day School Class gathered Wed- nesday, April Zl, at 3o'clockat the home of Mrs. Sarah Phil- lips for their April meeting, with 16 members attending. Everyone entered by way of the back door, viewing the beauty of the yard with its Dorothy Per- kins roses, vari-colored iris, and numerous other flowers, which were blooming right up to the door, and then on the in- side as well, which demonstra- ted that someone had been hard at work, with beauty in mind. Dainty refreshments were served consisting of hot home- baked vienna biscuits, home- baked cake squares, toasted nuts and delicious punch-all, looking too pretty to eat, but such a joy to our taste buds when we did get started eat- lng. The President, Mrs. Linuie Harrison, called the meeting to order and asked Mrs. Nannie Hedge to lead in prayer, which she did, in a most impressive way, remembering those who were sick and sorrowful. Minutes of the previous meet- ing was read by the secreta~'y and approved as read, giving Mrs. Myrtle Lee Donaldson the praise of a well composed ac- count of the meeting, and win- ning for her "a most efficient secretary" title. Old and new business was discussed. Mrs. Rachael Peacock, the teacher, stressed the visitation each week and what it meant to the church and each lndividualvisl- ted. Mrs. Nanuie Hedge brought before the class the plight of her next door neighbor, who has a five year old son in Birming- ham hospital with a kidney transplant. Now the kidney has failed to function as it should. It makes it so hard for the boy's parents to get back and forth to be with him, as they have no car. llean McDonald gave a most impressive devotional on "The Men We Met at the Cross", explaining t.hat instead of giv- ing a devotional from the book of Women of the Bible, this special book was loaned her by Mrs. Peacock and it seemed to be so appropriate at this sea- son, so she gave it instead. Everyone enjoyed the narration Group Renamed In Honor Of Past Member United Methodist Women's sade workers. Morning Circle of Florala, Ala- Chairwoman Helen Williams, baron, has renamed their group, lead the meeting. "The Ernestine Howell Cir- Pat Brown gave the devo- cle", in honor of their late tional. She read from Majorie member. The regular meeting was held April 20, 1976. Inez New- ton was hostess in her lovely home at Lockhart. Delicious refreshments of homehaked ap- ple pie and coffee were serv- ed members and Cancer Cru- - PERSONALS- Mrs. A. T. Henderson has returned home after visiting with her daughter and family, Mrs. Annie Lou Cox of Mobile. Miss Sharon Hayes of Au- burn, Alabama, spent the week- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moody Hayes. Mrs. Hilda Bullard of Idaho, is visiting locally with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Free of Pensacola, Florida, spent the Easter holidays wflh his mother, Mrs. Gussie Free. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Eidon Hnd- nail of Florala, attended funeral services for Mr. Jim Forrest in Peured, Kentucky, dnringthe past weekend. Mr. Forrestwas a brother-in-law to Mrs. Davis and Mr. Eldon Hudnall. Friends of Mrs. Ray McClin- tack, son Danny and daughter, Shanda, of Monroeville, regret to learn of their recent car accident. Mrs. McClintock and , Shanda are still confined in a Mobile hospital. Mrs. McClin- took will be remembered as Beth Henderson. Mr. Ruhane Bedsole, and daughters, Pat and Donna, and son Wesley of Woedridge, Vir- ginia, spent the weekend with Mrs. Easter Mae Ward. Mrs. Alma Robbins has re- turned home after a weeks visit in Marianna with relatives. Ebenezer Baptist LOCATED 5 MILES NORTH OF LAUREL HILL SPEAKER WILL BE Reverend IRaymond Williams Pastor Of Southside Baptist Church In Crestview, Florida SERVICES BEGINNING 7:30 EACH NIGHT THRU MAY 8 Pastor Albert Kembro And The Congregation Cordially Invites Everyone To Attend II Homes book, "I've Got to Talk to Somebody, God". Readings selected were "Just For To- day" and dedicated to Ernest- ine Howell - "The New Dimen- sion of Love". A donation was given to the cancer fund in memory of Er- nestine Howell. Judy McDaniel gave the pro- gram, the second part on sal- vation entitled, "Liberation Through Acceptance". Members present were Thel- ma Anderson, Elsie Bates, Pat Brown, Judy McDauiel, Inez Newton and Helen Williams. DATES TO REMEMBER: May 2 - 9 - National Family Week; May 2 - Golden Cross Sunday; May 3- Bicentennial covered dish, general meeting at First Methodist Church, 7:00 p.m., bring Bicentennial items to display; May '1 - May Fel- lowship Day; May 9- Mothers Day; May 18 - The Ernestine Howell Circle Meeting, 9:30 a.m. at Judy McDanlel's home, then summer recess, meetings Tesume SEptember 21; May 23 - Rural LifeSunday. by Mrs. McDonald and felt in- debted to her for a most out- standing lesson. It was moved by Mrs. Bur- nice Gamble and seconded by Mrs. Louise Mathews (after a discussion) that we donate $15 to the Rescue Squad and $15 for the BSU Mission, which was carried without a dissenting vole. Mrs. Cora Plant expressed her opinion of the Easter les- son brought to us by our ef- ficient teacher as being the best she had ever heard, hold- ing up her hand and crossing her heart that we might know she was really in earnest. Mrs. McDonald dismissed the group with prayer, and though reluctant to leave, each went their respective ways to meet again in May. Those present were Mrs. Nanuie Hedge, Miss Arie Geo- ghagen, Mrs. Bernice Gamble, Mrs. Linnie Harrison, Mrs. Pearl Spicer, Mrs. Corn Plant, Mrs. Viva Smith, Mrs. llean McDonald, Mrs. Ethel Plant, Mrs. Louise Mathews, Mrs. Myrtle Lee Donaldson, Mrs. Beatrice Manning, Mrs. Rach- ael Peacock, Miss Juiiette Hughes, Miss Vera Whiddon and the hostess, Mrs. Sarah Phil- lips. .. • . ~BLE T / /LY MO/I/fS" TRgJR/Y Lasf~® II Gra0ular HerDK:ide Lasso ~ a reg~-tered trademark of Monsanto Company A~ways read and follow label chrecbor~ Life demands of the average man not sparkling genius, but everyday consistency; not cunning craftiness, but patient planning. Covington County needs men who do .... not men who are done; it needs men who serve their community well; men who are self-reliant, eager, devout and courageous. It needs men who callous their hands instead of wringing them; men who control problems rather than lower to them; men who, when their knees knock, kneel on them, then rise and go forth to the task which needs to be done. • As you know it is impossible to see nearly 20,000 voters. If I missed you and asking for your support, I apologize. Let me ask you through this method for your vote and support. (Pd. PaL Adv. by Lloyd Rodgers, Rt. 3, Red Level)