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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT, REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, PAGE 4 PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT, MRS. LORD, MRS. GAMBLE, MRS. GUNTER, MRS. KIMBRIL AND MRS. JOHNSON Family Night Feature For Garden Club Installation May 1 O, 1973 The Club House was beauti- fully decorated for the annual occasion of Installation Service and Family Night of the Florala Garden Club, with special guests invited on Thursday night, May I0, 1973. After a delicious covered dish luncheon was enjoyed, the pro- gram followed. Everyone was entertained with enjoyable music by Connie Adams and his quintet. Mrs. Otis Mathis gave several lively readings in her unique way of entertaining. She closed with a poem "God Plant- ed a Rose". After the outgoing President, Mrs. G. V. Gamble, gave a re- port of the work done by the club tile past two years, Mrs. Lewis Eiland, in her gracious manner, installed the following officers, presenting each with a flower as a symbol of her office. Pre- sident: Mrs. H. C. Johnson, "carnation" - aspiration and dignity; Vice-President: Mrs. Lodie Kimbril, "rose" - fide- lity and assistance-to the club; Recording Secretary: Mrs. Marcus Gunter, "daisies" - simplicity and accuracy; Cor- responding Secretary: Mrs. C. H. McFall; Miss Lenora McFalI; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Harrison; Mrs. B. C. Cox; Mr. and Mrs. Lodie Kimbril; Mrs. W. W. Adams; Miss Beverly Adams; Connie Adams; Tim Willis; James Parker; Kathy Cook; Beth Harrison; Bill Rod- well; Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gunter; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jack- son; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. John- son; Louis Johnson; Rev. and Mrs. Freeman Williamson; Mrs. Irene Grover; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lord; Mr. andMrs. C. E. Buffalow; Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Noblin; Mrs. Lewis El- land; Mrs. I. V. Moore; Mrs. Wylene quinley; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mixon, and Mrs. I. D. Radford. SMYRNA BAPTIST TO HOLD HOME COMI NG MAY 20 Smyrna Baptist Church will hold their annual Homecoming Services, May 20, 19'/3. Rev. G. W. Lunday, past pas- tor, will teach the Joint Adult Class starting at 10:00 a.m. The Rev. Ed MeDaniel will de- liver the morning worship ser- vice at 11:00 a.m., following with lunch being served on the grounds. Congregational singing will be at 1:15 led by Eulon Mills, Choir Director. Recognition of past pastors will begin at 1:45 p.m. with congregational sing- ing following at 2:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to at- tend. LINDA PAOLO HONORED AT LUNCHEON PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT, MRS. MATHIS, MRS. GAM;BLE AND MRS. ElL AND G. V. Gamble, "iris" - joy A beautiful silver tray was in faithful service; Treasurer: presented to Mrs. G. V. Gam- l~rs. Edwin Lord, "gladiola" - ble by the new president forher courageous and firm. two years faithful service and Miss Linda Paolo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Paolo, was honored at a graduation luncheon in Bay Minette the past weekend. Given by her aunt, Mrs. L. H. Tidwell. Thosg locally attending were Miss Virginia McClellan, Miss Diane Anderson, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Paolo, and sister, Cynthia Paolo. PERSONAL - The outgoing President gave outstanding leadership. Friends of F. J. Hooten will the five qualities of the gavel. The following enjoyed the be interested to know that he After Mrs. H. C. Johnson pledg- happy occasion: Mr. and Mrs. is confined to the Wiregrass ed to uphold the duties of her G. V. Gamble; Mr. and Mrs. Hospital in Geneva, Alabama. office as president, the gavel Larry Woodham; Mrs. Otis Reports are that he is doing was Dresented to her. Mathis; Mrs. C. A. Moon; Mrs. nicely. I i : ;, ~ ~ X i,il~ - THURSDAY, MAY 'I I Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority l"J,i , k i,'~ OfficerS rority at its April meeting. }i,~ t'hci,,t :td ~ ,,,{:rithe(;ospeh;• urged that we renew a belier m "!'t,, ,L: ~ :,, ~a,q rathe lovely the worth of the individual, lhv I.,:'.-: ;,! }.Ir: , :!~ ~r~p':{- %~;:: ¢¢ :~, r, Ail.:,!bht~. Donald- E:d! , ,, !:r'! ~\l [I):l|II;t. ~ljidt Lq~' ~F Q. ,~:~,t J,'[ r ,: l~uIl ~ql;i AI],! thC ].{!(' ~',~; ~,~"h' Fcql, and hi: :!:", ~dil:~ ; L.;ul Ihc l.ie ~: T !~ Im ~< t • I ''i t;I rt '.i; ; : ,:>, .!• i~ a 19'71 .,','~ ,• - ,~i ,v, ,~ ,,. Sel]h)i". [-|i~sh :-,oh: [ .,,;] ,< :~;,t:crd v, raduaie ' : 7 ' !'i 41 I',i,! 'L#l%iti ]~; ~!! ltliii,~)tTM C,)]- I ! ~.~ } ~'; t I 'I L, ~ '~ liir I '1:t ',t S a :(;!:1 ; :] )i ', :'q{ ti IT :i!ttJ DIre:sl- :L':~{ : "'[i.,~ :h]tJ{ hlSllroliiy ,~ ,, ! !~,.,