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als Campbell of Lock- Mary Prestwood Thursday with in Donald- a friend of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Hen.. drlx of Fort WaRon Beach visit- ed his brother and family, Webb Hendrix, Sunday. Allle C, Hodge is confined to the Veterans Hospital in Montgomery. Friends wish for him a speedy recovery. !RVED. DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED Mrs. O. L. Cox Sr. spent an enjoyable week-end with Mrs. J. Dan Cox and several neices and nephews in Mobile. Little Miss Chrtsta Lynn, Craig and Bobble Cassady of Andalusia spent last week with their grandmother, Mrs. Aud- rey Honey. ,ram TERM I PD. POL. ADV. BY RAY BOZEMAH, AHDALUSIA, ALA. DAMASCUS CLUB TO SEE FILM WITH OLYMPIC CHAMP The Damascus Rural Devel- opment Club will hold its regular monthly meeting Tues- day night, May 5, at the Club Hou se. The program will be a film by Bob Rlchards. As most everyone knows, Bob is a noted evangelist and religious speak- er as well as advertises Wheat- lea on T. V. He was 1956 Olympic Champion in track. This is a very interesting film, it especially encourages Christians as well as young atheletes "to keep on keeping on." The public is Invited. BULGER SERVICES HELD APRIL 20 AT RED OAK William Donald Buiger, 80, died Saturday, April 18, at his home. Funeral services were held Monday, April 20, from Red Oak Baptist Church with the Reverend Calve Rameroffl- ciating. Burial was in the Red Oak cemetery with Masonic Rites by North Creek Lodge #746. Foreman-Brown Funeral Service of Andalusia directed. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Vivian F. Buiger, Flor- ala; 2 sons, Ernest Buiger, Lake Worth, Fla.; and Ronald Buiger, Fort Smith, Arkansas; 5 daughters, Mrs. Ealie Clark, Florala, Mrs. Evelyn Maddox, Andalusia, Mrs. Aderine Sow- ell, Miami, Fla., Miss Fredon- na Bulgar and Miss Margaret Buiger, Florala; 1 sister, Mrs. Bama Raley, Andalusia; 19 grandchildren, and 13 great grandchildren. Pallbearers were Gene Har- ris Clark, Don Bradley, Fred Forte, Ford Buiger, Murry Johnson, and Thomas Buiger. BIB II Your money has been making a few the use of some $600,000,000 of your tax rich. Did you know that the State money to loan and to invest. This makes them :l 3r can deposit state money anywhere hundreds of thousands of dollars while many chooses? That means that a few close of our small-town banks do not have suffi- i J YMORE TRAMMELL MAKES YOU A MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE | .Seymore Trammell makes this public pledge. |. '1 will see that state monies are distributed throughout l ,l bama on a formula basis. This will aid the economy of many / les and towns, and will help the peoPle of those towns rather enable a few privileged pe, ople to make hundreds of |"%sands of dollars for themselves. ;"are Zl al] red 3fSl~ Paid Political Advertilemant by Seymota Trarnme41. Midway. Ala. PAGE 13 Miss Mills Complimented At Lingerie Shower Miss Jan Mills, bride-elect of Dewayne Kembro, was honor- ed with a lingerie shower on Thursday night, April 23, at the home of Mrs. Vernon Rob- bins. Miss Belinda Hargrove greeted the guests at the door and introduced them to the re- ceiving line, consisting of the bride-elect, her mother, Mrs. Eulon Mills, and Mrs. Albert Kembro, mother of the groom- to-be. The living room was beauti- fully decorated with roses ir the bridal motif. Greenery sur- rounded a crystal punch bowl and a silver candelabra graced the end of a lace-covered table. Circular, green and white party sandwiches, mints, nuts and punch was served to the -PERSONALS- Mrs. Annie l.~wery and Mrs. Albert Kimbro spent Friday with Mrs. Donia Dean, a sister to Mrs. Lowery, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hodge. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dean of Cantonment, Florida spent a short time Saturday with Mrs. Donia Dean, an aunt, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hodge. .. SMITH Smith Elected V-P Of Andy High School Jerry Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sam Smith, of Flor- ala, was elected as the vice- president of the Andalusia High School Student Councll on April 14, for the 1970-71 schoolyear. 2%$ Smith father is a Civil Service employee at Eglin Air Force Base. Jerry is a Junlor at Wood- son Hi.gh School, where he is a member of the National Honor Society, the Marshals Club, the School Choir, and president of the Junior class. In the past, he has attended many state- wide conferences for student leaders. A member of the Baptist faith in F1orala, he is active in Sunday School and other activi- ties of his church. Smith has a special interest in biology and has expressed a desire to be- come a researcher after gra- duation from Andalusia High School next year. Smith was installed as the new Andy High vice-president in special ceremonies at Wood- son April 16. Ernest Berry, president of the Woedson Stu- dent Council, introduced Ron- nte Thompkins, president of the Andalusia High School Student Council, Thompkins spoke to the group on the advantages of becoming involved in student activities offered in high school. He then introduced to the Woodson stu- dent body each of the newly elected Andy High officers for 1970-70-" president, Tlno Bal- lesteros; secretary, Gaff Gib- son, and treasurer, Picky Rus- sell. Each spoke to the group about plans that are being made to unite Andalusia High and Woodson and pledged their sup,, port to all students. Thompkins introduced the out-going vice-president, Pare Meredith. She administered the oath of office to Smith after brief remarks of prediction of a bright future for Andalu sia High School. Smith echoed the tone of an optimistic prognosis for the challenges that face the school. He expressed the hope that stu- dents would recognize him as a 'qrepresentative of all the students." He then introduced each of the newly elected Stu- dent Council representatives. Smith, along with Ba.lles,. teros, Miss Gibson, Russell and Gary McClaln, the 12th grade representative from Woedson, attended the 22nd an- nual Convention of the Alabama Association of Student Councils in Florence, Ala., April 17-19. The Convention washostedby Coffee High School in Florence. J. Murray King, principal of Andalusia High, and Mr. Fred Stearns, student council advisor at Andy High, accompanied the students to the convention. following: Misses Patty Parker, Debble Lassiter, Carol Harrell, Ann Lawrence, Ruby Day, Me.. llnda Woodham, Jo Ellen Geo- hagan, Sara Matthews, Kathy Dunn, Judy Johnson, Becky Kembro, Cheryl Mills, Mrs. James T. Adams, Mrs. James T. Hughes, Mrs. Rose Manning, and Miss Annette Ansley, who sat at the brides book. Serving was Miss Marsha Hughes and II I I -- m I I I II ! l Miss Ernestine Carroll. Hostesses for the event were Miss Marsha Hughes, Miss Be.. linda Hargrove, Miss Ernestlne Carroll and Mrs. Vernon Robbins. m TO THE VOTERS OF COVINGTON COUNTY I WANT TO BE YOUR REPRESENTATIVE I AM A YOUNG MAN Interested in the future of this district. I have made my home here, and I want to see more growth and development in this area. Much is being done, but much more can be done. I CONSIDER THIS JOB a challenge. I would llke the opportunity to meet this challenge by working to build a better and more progressive place to live. I WILL GIVE THE CITIZENS of this district the honest, efficient re- presentation they deserve. VOTE FOR AND ELECT Your man of ACTION, not words. PD. POL. ADV. BY LOUIE F. GRIMES, OPP, ALA. .......... I liBEl II IL_ I I I - ELECT - E UE HAI~_,ELL IS A NATIVE of Covington County with 17 years Experience in law enforcement. ELIE HARRELL PLEDGES that if elected he will have a competent staff of deputies - A full time deputy in Red Level, Opp, and Florala, as well as Andalusia. (E1ie HarreU has not made any selection as chief deputy or any deputy to serve on his staff, and will not until elected by you as sheriff.) ELIE HARRELL WILL WORK with the res- que squads, the Covington Mounted Posse and other organizations provid- ing community service. ELIE HARRELL PLEDGES to be a hard working sheriff, on call to all citizens 24 hours a day. ELIE HARRELL WILL MAINTAIN a close relationship with all rural areas and it's citizens. PI). POL. AOY. 6Y ELIE HARRELL, ANI~LUIII~, ALA.