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ALL CONTENT COF ATTEND PM MEETING Mrs. Kathryn Perry will leave this week for Memphis, she will be the guest of her daughter and family, Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Carter. Elect FLETCHER JONES State Senator ,FLETCHER J,..NES will be available to the people of this District at all times. I plan to make frequent trips at r~gular intervals around this Di~ ~rict so as to be personally available to the people. FLETCHER JONES will be available to the people and you will nothave to go through any politicians to see Fletcher Jones. FLETCHER JONES will not vote for any additional taxes unless the people are allowed to vote on them. I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT SINCERELY, FLETCHER JONES PD. POL. ADV. BY FLETCHER JONES, P. O. DRAWER 1128, ANDALUSIA, ALA. ..... milml I III III Ircu . MRS. GOOLSBY Miss Bornman Marries George W. Goolsby Miss Kathryn Bornman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett K. Bornman of Omaha, Nebraska, became the bride of George W. Goolsby, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Goolsby of F1oraia, Alabama, in a cere- I I I I I - ELECT - HARVEY WILSON was born and reared in Covington County, attended Covington County schools, is married and has three sons, and is a member of the Bepttst Church. HARVEY WILSON has served with pride and humflty the people of Covington County and the State of Alabama for almost 20 years. HARVEY WILSON has served you faithfully as a police- man in Opp, as a deputy-sheriff and chief deputy in Cov- ington Cotmty and as an investigator for the State of Alabama. HARVEY WII~SON is deserving and will appreciate your vote and support, PD. POL. ADV. BY HARVEY L. WILSON, ANDALUSIA, ALA. mony performed by the Rev. David Schmidt at 3:00, April 4, in the King of Kings /-~ther- an Church. A program of nup- tial music was presented by Mrs. Irene Knlspel and Mrs. Joe Buller was vocalist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore agownof empire silhouette of nylon or- ganza trimmed in chantiliy lace. A cathedral length manllia com- pletecl the brides ensemble. She carried a cascade bouquet of lilacs, daisies and lilies of the valley. The bride's sisters, Mrs, Ranaid Renner of Louisville, Nebraska was matron of honor, and Mrs. Richard Odermatt of Omaha was bridesmaid. They wore matching nile green chif- fon dresses with matchin~ bead pieces. Beth carried bouquets to match that of the bride's. Mr. James Goolshy attended his son as best man. David Goolsby served as groomsman. Ushers were Henry Herring of Greenville, Alabama and Grog Ross of Omaha, The birde's mother wore an afternoon dress of lime green with white accessories. The groom's mother chose a rose dress with matching acces- sories. Each wore a gold or- chid. A wedding reception followed the ceremony in the church hall. Mrs. Coleen Mann and Mrs, El- lie Lee cut the wedding cake. Mrs. David and Mrs. Tootsie Flott served coffee. Mrs. Grace Hogg and Miss Darlene Jareth were in charge of the gift table. In the evening the bride*s parents entertained at their home with a buffet supper for relatives and friends. After a short honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Goolsby will be at home in Omaha. Both are employed by Western Electric. - PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. A. J. (Andy) Hutcheson were visitors in Pen- sacola Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Martelle John- ston spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Hubbart Byrd in Fort Wa/ton. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clark Jr. of Sunny Vale, Calif. and his mother, Mrs. Sam Clark, Sr. of Geneva were guests of Mrs. T. A. Goodwin, Monday. JOY CLASS MEETS The Jo O, Y. Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church held its April meeting at the home of Mrs. Charlie Welch, thepresident, Mrs. Ilene McDonald, presiding. The meeting was opened with prayer by Miss Ethel Donald- son. Mrs George Lancaster had charge of the program and in- troduced Mrs. Horace Kelly, who gave a very inspiring de- votion. Her subject was ',Look- ing Up*' - taking her scripture from Psalms 121st Chapter, verse i. Mrs. Welch, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Harold Geogha- gan, and lovely granddaughter, Jo Ellen, served delightful re- freshments to the following: Mrs. Josie Williams, Mrs. Lynard Straughn, Mrs. Juanita - / .. dford Miss thelDonaidson Clara Pelham Mrs Easter s aker, Mrs. Ilene McDonald, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Wade Phillips, Mrs. The man most Alabamians think zli.lilM~' can work best wlth our next Governorab.,:-'~i~a~ back your choice for governor with Ft. h as Lieutenant Governor Pd. POI, Adv. by Cit=zerls for Morrow, Ron Wilfeams Chairlltll~'l les IN COVINGTON COUNTY As Service Officer for Veterans in this area Charlie Newman given dedicated service to all veterans and their families throug 1 the years. His untiring efforts in our behalf has resulted in gai . , many benefits that otherwise we would not have received. This pT. opportunity for us to do something for him. If'" .BBBm Here's what to do:--Contact all your relatives, friends and bors and lurge them to THIS POL. ADV. SPONSORED BY THE VETERAN FRIENDS OF CHARLES S. NEWMAN LISTED BELOW: WILLIAM R. 3ORDAN, WWI Veteran JAMES T. CAULEY, SR., Gold Star Parent MARY EVANS, WWI Widow JAMES W. FUQUA, SR., WWI Veteran SUSIE G. MARTIN, WWI Widow RICHARD W. BAKER, Gold Star Parent WILLIAM M. HUCKABA, WWI Veteran VERNELL CRAIG, Vietnam Veteran EMMA M. GATLIN, WWI Widow HOWARD C. HOLLOWAY, WWI Veteran LEWIS O. SALTER, WWII Veteran G. A. HENDERSON, WWII Veteran BURY G. CARNLEY, WWI Veteran C. F. MITCHELL, WWI Veteran LEROY FINDLEY, WWII Veteran COLLIS H. THOMAS, WWI Vetera~ ..t MAXINE G. CAULEY, Gold Star pareP" BERRY O'NEAL, W'WII Veteran JOHN A. SMITH, WWI Veteran WILLI H. GARDNER, WWI Veteran ADDIE BAKER, Gold Star Parent WILLIAM G. MABRY, WWII Vetera~ CECIL CRAIG, Korean Veteran HUBERT HOLLOWAY, WWII Vete~aD LEILA EVANS. WWI Widow M. S. BARTON, WWII Veteran DONALD E. TEAL, Korean Veteran GREEN N. ETHERIDGE, WWI Vetera~ W. T. COON, WWI Veteran For House of Representatives - Covington and Geneva Counties PD. POL. ADV. BY SAXON (TRACTOR) WISE, ANDALUSIA, ALA.