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IMA A , I . TqT _ I H S . USE =UT~:~S~'TIF~n~ Davld Chandler d Doravitle, Georgia, cousin of the bridegroom, Ronald Scho- field of Quincy, brother of the bride, David Fendley of Atlanta, . . MRS. CORLEY Miss Schofield Marries Ted Michael Corley lace panels extending the full length of the gown. Lace also bordered the hemline, and lace bands accented the veil, which formed a train. She carried a white orchid on a white Bible. Sarah Thomas of Atlanta was maid of honor. Dlanna Adams and Carolyn Johnson of Quincy and Nancy York of Warner Rob- bins, Georgia were brides.. maids. Elizabeth Chandler of Norcross, Georgia, cousin of the bridegroom, was flower- girl Mr. Clove Fendley of Atlanta The First Baptist Church of Quincy, Florida, was the setting Saturday, May 9, for the wedding of Lynda Schofield and Ted Michael Corley. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Schofleld of Quincy and Mrs. James D. Pruittof Forest Park, Georgia, and the iate Curtis Corley. The Reverend Thomas E. Cuttino performed the double ring ceremony. The bride wore an Empire style gown of silk marquisette with a banded lace neckline and Gary Lehr of Genev~ Ohio, George Stabler and Bruce "l'no- mas of Quincy ushered. The bride's parents were hosts at a reception in the church feLLowship hall following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Corley will live in Jacksonville. He is see- ing with the Navy. Mr. Corley is the grandson of Mrs. Thelma Anderson of Floraia. - PERSONALS - Mrs. L. (3. Holley and daugh- ter, Martha Jo Joiner and son, Frank of Palatka, Floridavisit- ed in F1oraiawith their cousins, Mrs. Beulah Slaughter of Brew- ton, Miss Vera Givens, Mrs. Eunice Jones, and Mrs. Verna Mae Geohagan. While here, they also visited with Mrs. Henry Patterson. Mrs. C. B. Ryan of Mobile visited her sister, Mrs. Earl K. Bush, during the past week- end. Mrs. Mary Alice Bradshaw of Ocaia, Florida visited with her neice, Mrs. Vivian Rich- burg, this week. . FUNERAL SERVICES HELD MONDAY FOR BARHEY DAY Barney Day, age 70, a resi- dent of North 6th Street in Florala, passed away Saturday afternoon, May 23, 1970. He was stricken at home and rush- ed to a Florala hospital where he died. He was a member of the Baptist Church and had re- tired from Civil Service at Eg- 1in Air Force Base Florida in 1965. He was a native of Covington County and made his home in Florala for a great many years. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Esther Wiggins Day of Florala; one daughter, Miss Ruby Dtedre Day of Florala; 5 brothers, Louis Day of Floraia, Henry Day of Bay Minette, Alabama, Chip Day of Floraia, E. J. Day of Opp, and W. O. Day of McCuLLOUgh, Alabama. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday from the First Baptist C~urch of Floraia with the Reverend Fred White and Elder Ivy Watson officiating. Burial was in the Memorial Garden Cemetery near Anda- lusia with Evans Funeral Home directing. e e new a Sun Sweat" Group Entertains Parents sponsoring the "Teenage Dance" last Friday night at the Floraia National Guard Armory found that there truly is a need for a teenage center and supervised enter- tainment for our youth. Approximately 300 Floraia, Paxton, and Lockhart youths en- Joyed tremendously the dance last Friday night when Florala's own dance band - "The Sun Sweat" played and sang for their pleasure and entertainment. Members of the band are pictured from the left: Steve Windham, guitar and vocalist; Jimmy Denney, drums; Tim Willis, vocalist, and Steve etraughn, guitar. lary DO YOU KNOW - A FEDERAL GRANT IS PAYING FOR ONE-HALF the cost and the citizens of Florala and surrounding communities and the ',hard work" of the Rescue Squad are paying for the other half. IT WAS IN GEORGE W, LLACE'S ADMINISTRA- TION. The reason it was not buiR then was because "Federal Funds" were not available and we were assured by George Wallace that it would be burr as soon as Federal Funds were available. WE ALL KNOW ABOUT THE TRAGIC DEATH of Governor Lurleen Wallace and also know the Federal Funds were made available soon after her death. WHY WAS THE A_RMORY WITHHELD from Florala until "just before election in 19707" THAT in the spring of 1919, amidst complete devastation, the poppies bloomed in abun- dance on the battlefields of France, where so many of our men had faLLen in battle, and that a replica of this poppy has become the Memorial Flower of the American Legion and the American Legion Auxi- liary? THAT the American Legion Auxiliary was the first national organization to adopt the poppy as its Memorial Flower, having taken this action at the National Convention in Clevetand, Sept. 27-29, 19207 THAT at the time the Ameri- can I.~gion Auxiliary adopted the poppy it pledged the profits from the poppy sales 100 per cent to welfare relief for ser- vice men and women and their families, thus fulfiLLing the true meaning of the poppy- an emblem of faith, faith which is being kept with all who died, through service to the living? THAT the memorial poppies are made of red crepe paper, by hand, by disabled veterans in hospitals and poppy work- rooms in forty states, and that the workers receive pay for each poppy made, the materials being furnished free by the De- pariments in the State in which the hospital is located? THAT the public is given an opportunity each year to help the great work of the American Legion Auxiliary, as weLL as PID. POt.. ADV.IY IPMIRALA IPIIIIENDS POll WALLACE O011MITTIEIE, P. O..liX. ~ IPLORALA, ALA. Promote Poppy Day an opportunity to pay tribute to all who died in service, by wearing a poppy on Poppy Day? May 30th is Memorial Day. Wear a poppy as your silent tribute to those who gave their lives that our country might be saved. The American Legion Au- xiliary will have poppy contain- ers situated in the various stores in Floraia for your con- ventence in making your dona- tion. Also, there wiLLbe several young men and women volun- teers setting up road blocks, etc. all during the day. Give genereusly. FOXY GRANDMA, the title of a play body by members of the Student Council last rata City School, created a lot of laughs for cast gave the play in grandstyle and were their production. Pictured are, from left seated: David who was "Grandma", and Steven Sexton. Lisa McDanial, Craig Harrison, Beth land. JEFFERSON COUNTY* Precinct 9, Box 16 Brewer 1,781 Wallace 6 DALLAS COUNTY Precinct 36, Box 21 B re we r Wallace 196 3 JEFFERSON COUNTY Precinct 9, District 4 Brewer 1,667 Wallace 6 TUSCALOOSA COUNTY Beat 16, Box 19-B Brewer Wallace 23O 1 JEFFERSON COUNTY Precinct 1, District 13 Brewer 757 Wallace 0 TALLADEGA COUNTY College Hill Area Box Brewer Wallace MOBILE COUNTY Davis Ave., Recreation Center-- Ward 10 Brewer 1,848 Wallace 32 JEFFERSON COUNTY Precinct 5, Box 1 - Ensley Brewer Wallace QUOTES F r o m Alabama Democratic Conference Chairman Joe Reed's Letter Send- Ing Thanks For $25,000 Contribution From Washington! QUOTES Fro~ Governor AIIr Brewer's Fihaste rector Bob terview in AtlaSO' naI--March :22, *"We can take the ballot and make politicians in Ala- bama behave." "Another major priority will be to turn out 260,000 Negro voters with a goal of delivering 225,000 to the candidate we endorse." "It goes without saying that the foregoing proposals outlined above should put the finishing touches on George Wallaee's final retirement from public office in Alabama." "We expect a million votes to be cast," "There's 225,000 Negro voters. You don them to vote for George Wallace, do YU~' will get 100,000 to 125,000 Republican he needs is a total of a little over half a *Selected Results From Black Controlled Boxes in May S Democratic Primary Paid Politicat Advertisment by Conemed Citizens, Chodey Boswell, ]