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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. THE FLORALA NEWS ~ THURSDAY, ... Hilary And All Her Guests Hilary Evans Celebrates Second Birthday May 22 The garden-like setting of Jerry and Kay Evans' back- yard was the scene of gay fes- tivities, on the afternoon of Thursday, May 22. Their wee daughter, Hilary, was celebrating her second birthday with the help of nine- teen excited little guests - their mothers in tow. The patio was a miniature Disneyland, highlighting the theme of "Snow White and The" Seven Dwarfs" in table cloth, napkins, cups and birthday cake. Also. a conversationpiece were the petit-fours topped with the witches "'poison apple". Lemonade and ice cream completed the refreshments. Sound movies were taken as the children amused themselv- es with the party-favors of toy airplanes for the boys, and glamor bracelets for the girls, with horns, feathered blow-outs and carnival baloons for all. Also recorded was the rous- ing Happy Birthday sung to Hi- lary before the guests attacked the party repast. It is to be regretted that all who were invited could not at- tend - but a good time was en- joyed by the following: Jamie Bates, Jan ..Zorn,. Jeff Zorn, Ruth..:4~rrye~.bllltthew Perry, John i~vld Willis, Keith Harrison, Kevin Harrison, Chad Lancaster, Leigh Anne Sullivan, Brandon Adams, Andrea Ad- ams, Holly Kimbro, Carol Wil- liamson. Susan Williamson, Ke- vm Goolsby, Tinon Mayfield, Jason Moody, Mrs. Ezra Mc- Leod. ~lllll~~- +. \ tist Church for Sunday even- a very enjoyable time. EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS BY: Mrs. W. A. Marion rector of Associational Mis- Rev. Carl Lambert, Sr., di- sions, visited Ebenezer Bap- ing services the past Sunday. Monday night, May 26, the Flower Club of the church had a stork shower for Mrs. Ernie Phillips. All reported having The members are now mak- ing plans for the coming re- vival. Revival services will begin Monday, June 2, at 7:00 p.m. The Rev. Chester Coker CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES OF OUR HIGH SCHOOLS ... Hilary of Bushnell, Florida, will be bringing the message, nightly. The Rev. Coker is a graduate of the Baptist Bible Institute of 1964. He has preached in se- veral places in this locality and he has just returned from a crusade in the Phillippines. A meeting for cleaning the church and prayer service is planned for Friday afternoon~ May 30 at 5:30 p.m. Instead of the regular gos- pel sing on the last Saturday night of each month, the church will have a fellowship meeting Saturday, May 31, at 7:00 p.m. The public is invited. Couple Honored With Cookout May 16 Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDaniel honored Miss Cynthia Finley and Tommy King with a cook- out on the beautiful lawn of their Lakewood home, Friday, May 16, 1975. The young couples enjoyed playing badminton and swim- ming, while Mr. McDaniel fried fish and hush puppies and Mrs. McDaniel prepared all the trim- mings of potato salad, green bean creole, and pumpkin chif- fon pie. The delicious dinner was served on the patio over- looking the lawn surrounded by many colorful flowers. The honored couple are to be married June 14, 1975. PERSONALS Miss Sharon Hayes of Au- burn University, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moody Hayes. Mrs. Beulah Mae Lassiter has returned home after visit- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lassiter in Pensacola. Mr. Ashley Hutcheson and son, Douglas, of Niceville; Mr. Phillip Hutcheson of Troy; Mr. Robert Hutcheson of Huntsville visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. (Andy) Hutcheson during the weekend. New Officers Installed At Meeting Of History Club The Florala History Club held the last meeting of the club year at the Ladies Club House, May 15 with Mrs. C. A. Moon as hostess. The meeting was in the forum of a 1773 Boston Tea Party. The ladies were dressed in colonial costumes and Mrs. Donald Dean, leader of the program, greeted the members and pinned a tea bag on each one. Mrs. Moon served delicious home made sherbet, pound cake, cof- fee and hot cheese wafers. The Club rooms were decorated with beautiful calla lilies and roses. Mrs. J. E. Scarborough called the meeting to order. America The Beautiful was sung and Club Collect repeated. Mrs. Dean led a most infor- mative program on the Boston Tea Party of 1773. She told of the high tax that England had imposed and of the events lead- ing up to the fateful night when the tea was thrown over board into the Boston Harbor. Mrs. Scarborough presided over the business. Mrs. Eiland read the minutes and checked the roll. Mrs. Dean gave her report on Conservation, using America The Beautiful as the theme and keeping our water, air and country clean and pro- tecting natural resources. Mrs. J. F. Holley reported on Edu- cation, saying things were changing so fast we should try to keep up with the changes. Mrs. H. 13. Garner reported on International Affairs by saying this was trying times and we should try to keep informed on events of our Country. Mrs. C. A. Ganey, prospectus chairman, reported the year books were ready for the printers and would be out this summer and the sub- ject of study would be the follow up of Heritage '76, The Present. Mrs. W. T. Perry presented Mrs. Searborough a beautiful vase from the club for her loyalty and faithful service as president for 1974-75. Mrs. Scarborough used for her leave-taking as president, me- mories of things we never for- get such as running boards, rumble seats, bobby socks, jit- ter bug, wash boards, iceboxes and hand painted ties as a few • fun things to remember, as her bavirfg served as president, will be remembered. She thanked the officers and committees that served with her and the membership of the club for their faithfulness and support during the year. She thanked Mrs. Moon and Mrs. Dean for an en- joyable meeting and turned the meeting over to Mrs. Otis Mat- his, installing officer. Mrs. Mathis thanked the past officers for a good year and read the Club Motto, by Oliver Wen- dell Holmes. She installed the following officers for 1975-76: President-Mrs. W. T. Perry; Vice President - Mrs. C. A. Moon; Recording Secretary - Swimming Classes Scheduled A swimming class for be- ginners and advancc~l begin- ners will be taught at Lake Jackson this summer. . The classes will be taught by Jerry Strickland (a Red Cross W.S.I.) Any interested parent should call Florala High School June 5th and 6th to sign up. Mrs. P. A. Petrey; Corresp- ending Secretary - Mrs. John Baldsin, and Treasurer - Mrs. Donald Dean. She charged the new officers to carry out the duties of their office with loving care and faith- fulness to the Florala History Club. Mrs. Perry, dent, thanked Mrs. the excellent said it had been years since serving~ dent and her prayer successful year wit~ and dedicated members l.rala Nrttr Second Class Postage Paid At South Fifth Street Florala, LARRY K. WOODHAM ...... PUBLISHER" MI~RLE WOODHAM ........ ASSOCIATE SUBSCRIPTION RATES Covington County, •Alabama ............ Elsewhere In Alabama. , .............. Other States ....... , ................ Established In 1900 Published Weekly On 7:00 pm $ $ $ Mondays Ala. Public T.V. That's The Bank Of Florl MEMBER OF FDIC A RE YOU A VETERAN? 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