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4 HONOREE AND HOSTESSES - Mrs. Sellars, Mrs. Bowden, honoree, Mrs. Lancaster Sr., Mrs. Lancaster, Jr., Mrs. Birge. J fathy White Honored With Kitchen Shower Sherry Harrison Among LBW Students Winning Honors Lurleen B. Wallace State Jun- ior College walked away with five top awards during the re- cent state convention of Phi Beta Lambda held in Birmingham. Over 300 members, repre- senting junior colleges, senior colleges and- universities throughout the state attended the Business society's leadership Conference. First place winners in each area will participate in the or- ganization's national competi- tion next month in Miami. LBW award winners included Larry Sasser, a graduate of Opp High School, who took first place honors in Extemp- oraneous Speaking. In addi- tion, Sasser was elected State Treasurer for the coming year. First place winner in the Ex- ecutive Typist category was sophomore Judy Taylor, alsoof Opp. Sherry Harrison, of F1o- rala, won first place in the Ac- counting competition. In the Vocabulary Relay, Ka- thy Webb, of Andalusia, was the THE FLORALA NEWS Business second place winner, with Hollis Johnson, of Red Level, placing third in Data Processing. According to Barbara Lind- er, LBW Business instructor IDecoratiag Ideasl QUICK AND EASY and club sponsor, the three first place winners are planning now for the national competi- tion where they will represent LBW. Scat" folding chairs and matching tables. The bold bl ue-yellow-and-ireen scheme ---\\; is carried out with striped . blinds, plaid carpet and h)ts of fresh plants. Accommodat- e' I111t1 "'i[ 1 dinner, serveding twelve for froma thehuffetSit-dwn cart, the setting clears off     easily for an evening ofi)ack- I " . " iI ,ammon (or your favorile indoor Rame), And when the .,,,   party's; over, everythinz folds This brikthi ;ind invitin Both Alexander tile Great and Marco Polo spoke of two parl y I'00111 sets up ill I/lillUteS, wilil (osc, i's colorful "[|ol marvelous trees ill India whi'eh cliuld slieak Irldiall iilld (lreok! - THURSDAY, . . BURLISONS one month before Miss Kathy White, bride- elect of David Fraley, was hon- ored with a kitchen shower, at the home of Mrs. George Lan- caster, Sr., on Saturday even- ing, May 3, 1975. The home was beautifully de- corated with a mint green and yellow, spring motif. Spring flowers were arranged beau- tifully and placed throughout the house. The guests enjoyed delicious refreshments of lime punch, sausage balls, orange wafer balls, petite muffins, Martha Washington candy, nuts, and mints. Prior to opening the gifts of many useful kitchen wares, the honoree was presented a kitchen corsage by the host- esses. The hostesses were: Mrs. Rhonalda Lancaster, Mrs. Charlie Bowden, Mrs. Sally Lancaster, Mrs. Debbie Birge, and Mrs. Jo Ellen Sellars Th(,re's something fishy goint on in Munich where rt, al sllarks can t)o sel'n ill a Dill ) u t it r n ig |l t spot. The ttllCe'stoi'y Cid)arCt WaS built ;is,part of a ilugc tailk filled with salt water. Forty sharks front the Atlantic are kept there, where patrons of the "'Yellow Submarine" night- club, a part of the Munich thiliday hui, Call watch them tllroull iiuRc poriiloles. Sonle fish might learll tO drink like oeople ! III IIIIII 00lorala News Second Class postage Paid At South Fifth Street Florala, Alabama 36442 LARRY K. WOODHAM ...... PUBLISHER-EDITOR MERLE WOODHAM ASSOCIATE EDITOR SUBSCRIPTION RATES Covington County, Alabama ............. $5.25 Elsewhere In Alabama.. ............... $6.30 Other States ....... ................. $6.00 Established In 1900 Published Weekly On Thursday IIIII I III I III I I IIII I I I I II II . . Kathy opens kitchen gifts Paxton Clover 4-H'ers Win Top Honors Donna Wise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wise and John Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joey Edams, both of Paxton, won first place in Team De- monstration with their Demon- stration on "Planting a Plan- ter". Bobby Kemp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby J. Kemp of Paxton and Richard Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Earl, won first place in Recreation Team Demonstration with their "Bo- omerang Demonstration". After'the Demonstrations and Fashion Show, the Share of Fun Events was next. The On April 26 at the Walton County Events Day, Paxton Clo- ver 4-H'ers won top honors in the Junior Division in Demon- strations anti Talent Show. .lil'ohn, scm,'of Mdr.- Mr's. R]'A jdhnsodbf P]ixlbn r won first place in Money Man- agement Demonstration, with his Demonstration on how to make a "Saving Bank" David Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Earl, won first place in Health Division with his Demonstration on "How to Brush Your Teeth". I I I I Jill IIIIII club also won top honors in the Junior Division of this event, first place winner with a piano solo was Richard Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Earl. The club won second place in group events with their band, "Loud and Noisey". The band members were Cliff Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Johnson playing the symbils, John Adams playing the wash- board, Mike Johnson playing the bucket drums, Bobby Kemp playing the trumpet and Da- vid Earl playing the guitar. Donna Wise won third place in the Solo Division with a piano rendition. Who Con Donate Blood and How Often Can Theft Do It? Anyone from 18 to 66 who is in good health can give blood. A person who has had a recent serious illness or history of certain diseases may be prohibited. Medically eligible people can give a pint of blood as often as every 8 weeks or 5 times a year. Fluid volume o the blood is restored within just a few hours, but it takes 3 to 4 weeks for the red cells to be replenished. Donating blood is quick end relatively pain- less. After a brief interview and tests of such things as weight, temperature, pulse rate and blood pressure, one pint is taken while the donor is in a comfortable reclining pOsition. The actual donation takes ebout 7 minutes, A short rest period with light refreshments follows, HOW RARE IS MY BLOOD? Poreeneege oil lleecl Gnmpe: 0 A B All Ntlve 79 6% J 1V=% I '%, J No Charge For Blood There is no charge whatsoever for the blood itself. (The hospital charge is for lab work, and includes a portion ot Red Cross expenses for collecting, processing 6 and distributing tha blood), Give-May 15 At First Baviist Church Florala, Atabama i }' RECEIVING LINE - left to right, Neva Joyce White, Sally Lancaster, Mrs. Charlie Bowden, honoree, Mrs. Rhonalda Lancaster, and Mrs. Francis Wallis. . . i Wtfl'l'E, honoree, Sara Goolsby, Neva Joyce White, Jo Ellen Sellars, Beth Harrison, Belinda Goolsby, Joyce Harrison. Miscellaneous Tea Shower Given I INDIVIDUAL PMN (OP, e Pint of llleed Donohed By You) , (iefora Hetpitll Gives) IMMEDIATE COVERAGE For A Six Montlhs Period IN ANY HOSPITAl. IN THE UNITED STATES where Red Cro blood credits am accepted WITHOUT CHARGE FOR THE BLOOD ITSELF YOU YOUR HUSBAND OR WIFE TOTAL / BLOOD." /,o,, N YOUR UNMARRIEO YOUR CHILDREN PARENTS & UNOER 21 PARENTS-IN-LAW Over 65 Yeet of Ae II 6ROUP PLAN (90 or More Meembors) The Group plan gives the same coverage when 30% of the Group' Members give each year. Each Group Member would be responsible for one donation every three years to maintain full coverage for entire group. Miss Kathy White, the bride- elect of David Fraley, was the honoree at a miscellaneous tea shower given by the ladies of the First Baptist Church of Florala Saturday afternoon. The Fellowship Hall of the church was beautifully decor- ated in the colors of pink and white. The foyer was decorated with two floor length baskets filled with white mums and trimmed with large pink bows. White covered tables ac- cented with pink bows and flow- ers held the many lovely and useful gifts received by the bride-to-be. The beautiful tea table was covered in a pink lace table LAKEWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH CALLS NEW PASTOR The Lakewood Baptist Church has called Reverend J. L. Har- ris as pastor. Reverend Har- ris comes to Lakewood af- ter having served as pastor of Clerk Springs Baptist Church for many years. Lakewood will be having Sun- day School each Sunday at 10:00 AM., followed by morning wor- ship service at II:00 A.M. Everyone is welcome. PERSONAL Mrs. W. P. Nesbitt of Gads- den, spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs. P. A. Petrey; Mrs. John Cecil Evans and Mrs. P. A.Petrey attended the Art Show in Eufaula Friday, Saturday and Sunday. cloth A silver punch bowl, silver candelabra and white ta- pers and beautiful pink roses completed the decor. Miss White was lovely in a long pink gown with which she wore an orchid corsage. Miss White was joined by her sister, Miss Neva Joyce White in receiving guests that called during the afternoon hours. Kathy White Complimented With Shower Thursday night, May 1, Mrs. Paul Smith, her mother, Mrs. Sam Jackson, and Miss Sherry McClure, honored lovely bride- elect, Miss Kathy White, at a li- nen shower at the home of Mrs. Smith at 154 Fairmont Drive in Birmingham. Reception rooms of the Smith home were decorated with ar- rangements of spring flowers. The honree was presented a corsage of Daisies by the hos- tess. Miss Neva Joyce White, sis- ter of the bride-to-be, presided at the bride's book. Party punch, cheese wafers, crescent roll-ups and assorted cookies were served from a round table covered to the floor with a gay printed cloth and centered with a crystal bowl of white and yellow taurus. Kathy opened gigs of house- hold linens from her classmates and former classmates. . MR. AND MRS. BURLISON on 48th Burlisons Cel 48th Annivert Mr. and Mrs. Lee Burlison celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary on Sunday, April 27. Their anniversary was Monday, April 28. Their children, grandchil- dren and one nephew enjoyed the celebration and wild turkey supper with all the trimming, chicken and cake, prepared and served by their daughter-in- law, Linda Burlison. At the age of 31, Mr. Bur- lison and his wife, the former Dora Etta Coon, age 24, were married at eight o'clock in the evening, April 28, 19.'7 on the square in front of the court house in Andalusia by the Rev- erend Cliff Burlison, cousin of the groom. Mr. Burlison is now 79 and his wife 7. They have three boys, Ray, Roy, and Ralph; one TEN MEMBERS PR___: ESENT AT.. ...... HOMEMAKERS CLUB The Homemakers Club of Children's Home met May I for regular meeting, with ten pre- sent. Mrs. Virginia Clark, pro- gram leader, spoke on the sub- ject: 'Save that Food." Mrs. Clark talked on the care and examination of jars and lids, and pressure cooker method of canning fruits and vegetables. Mrs. Flora Holder brought bailing cord we used in mak- ing hanging baskets. Mrs. Hazel Jackson ser- ved refreshments, a delicious cake, toasted nuts and coffee. Mrs. Jackson, clothing chair- man, will be program leader for the next meeting. All will wear something they made. Next meeting will be June 5. daughter, Audie grandchildren. Mr. Burlison and raising buying a dit and never The young lisons was taken before they other at their sary celebration Daffodil Club Has Meeting The Daffodil its final meeting year with a iday Inn in 1975. The nine sent enjoyed a lunch prior to ness session. Following ing new officers year were most installed by Donald. The officers re as bara Holley, Sullivan, Rasberry, tary; Gwen ing secretary; ghan, treasurer. Members Michaelyn Zorn, ley, Rita Mosel, berry Sara ligan, Susan McDonald. In welcomed Kay member. 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