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May 28, 1970

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':©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. --CT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT, REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS MAY 28, ENDS MAY 30, 1970 OUR PRICE: REG. PRICE 89˘ PASTE oz REG. PRICE $1.05 RIN OUR PRICE OUR PRICE E.EX. HOLD REG. PRICE 99˘ OUR PRICE REG. REG. PRICE 99˘ ,15 7-OZ REG. PRICE 87˘OUR PRICE MRS. WAYLAND L. HARRISON AND MRS. ROBERT L. HARRISON were hostesses at a luncheon Saturday honoring the following Florala High School and Paxton High School senior girls: Jo Ellen Geohagan, Belinda Hargrove, Patty Parker, Barbara Ballard, Kay Lowery, Sherrl Danley, Mellnda Woodham, Ruby Day, Sherrill Maddox and Sara Matthews. The table was beautifully done in green and white, the Florala High School colors. The girls enjoyed party chicken, parslled ham, steamed rice, frosty salad, marinated bean salad, aspara- gus casserole, candied yams, yeast rolls and strawberry parfaits with Portuguese cookies. They were presented with a lovely gift from their hostesses, and an engraved charm to always remind them of their senior year. Florala Garden Club Installs New Officers The Florala Garden Club held its Annual Dinner on Thursday evening, May 14, at the Lake Jackson Club House. The tables were beautifully decorated by Mrs. Lois Green. Floral ar- rangements were made by Mrs. I~roy Harrison and Mrs. Lois Green. Upon arrival, the members and guests were served hors dPoeuvros. Each one was given a number to correspond with the number on the chair, lndi- caring the seating arrangement. After the invocation given by the Rev. Edwin Lord, an at- tractive and delicious buffet dinner was thoroughly enjoyed by all. After dinner, the president, Mrs. Edwin Lord, welcomed the members and guests. She asked each member to give their name and introduce their guests. Mter the introduction, all sang "America". In an impressive ceremony, Mrs. Lewis Eiland installed the following officers for the year 1970-71: president, Mrs. Charles Howell; vice-presi- dent, Mrs. G. V. Gamble; secre- tary, Mrs. Ralph Nowlin, and treasurer, Mrs. Juanita Rad- ford. After installing these offi- cers, Mrs. Lord presented the gavel to Mrs. Howell. Mrs. Howell, in her acceptance speech, thanked the members for their loyalty and coopera- tion and expressed her feeling that the Florala Garden Club was looking forward to a memorable year. JAMES WOOD, manager of HYDRO GAS, presents first prize, a Charm Globe Barbecue Grill, to MRS. EVELYN MORRIS FRANK TOLES won second prize, 2-burner gas hot plate, and JESSIE INGRAM won the third place prize, a Magic Chef griddle. 265 registered during HYDRO's open house, serving approximately 500 hot dogs with soft drinks. NORTH 5th STREET FLORALA, ALABAMA IO work for better agriculture programs and al industry schools i u vork with the State Highway Dept. and nty Commissioners for reproved roads m Wington and Geneva counties L vill work to put back honesty and effidency Our State Government If You Still Believe In I '. OF THE PEOPLE REPRESENTATION •.. FOR THE PEOPLE ... BY {}o To The Polls THE PEOPLE June 2nd And Vote For PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT COVINGTON & GENEVA COUNTIES PD. POL. ADV. BY HAROLD B. WISE, RFD, KINSTON, ALA. When the license tag bill was State Senate in 1967 there was first voted on by the a tie vote-- YES 14 NO 14 The record* shows that the President and presiding officer of the Senate- LT. GOV. ALBERT P. BREWER-- Then voted YES and the bill was adopted. Now he promises to reduce the price of tags on pickup trucks and lower priced cars. "X" The Senate Journal of Alabama 1967 Pg. 480 Pd. Pol. Adv. By Concerned Citizens, Charlte Boswell, Chron., Bham, Ala. L