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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. " SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1972 PAGE 7 to our grads! days, a healthy of success, a of good cheer best wishes for tht future! ere's - PERSONALS - Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hen- drix had as their guests for the weekend her sister, Mrs. Leona Pettus and niece, Mrs. Glenese Monday and her two children, Rhonda Kay and Ro- bert of Baker, Florida. Mrs. R. J. McGonegle and Mrs. L. W. Woodham of An- dalusia, who were national ac- credited flower show judges, were luncheon guests of Mrs. C. A. Moon and Mrs. G. V. Gamble last Saturday, at the home of Mrs. Moon on East Fifth Avenue. Mrs. McGonegle and Mrs. Woodham were judges in the colorful Spring Flower Show at the Lake Jackson Club- house, sponsored by the Three Federated Garden Clubs of Florala. Mr. Ernest Manning returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Man- ning last Sunday to Gainsville, Florida, where he will spend several weeks. Mr. Manning is much improved from a recent illness. Mrs. Ethel Powers is spend- ing several weeks in Foley, Ala- bama with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Matson. ## i We knew it all along! We'd like to extend to you our best wishes- Good luck and success! 2332 MAY'62 M.P. 57 1010 APR'64 M.P. IO in our uccess Your Mrs. Leroy Harrison Takes Top Honors At Spring Flower Show Saturday One of the most colorful Flower Shows, with beautiful cees will sponsor a Billy time is scheduled for 2 p.m. artistic flower arrangements and potted plants, was staged at the Lake Jackson Club House on Beautiful Lake Jackson Sat- urday afternoon, May 27. The show was sponsored by the three Federated Garden Clubs of Flo- rala. Mrs. A. C. Sellars was chair- man of the Flower Show and did a beautiful job. Many first, second and third prize ribbons were awarded, by the National Accredited Flower Show Judges, Mrs. R. J. McGon- egle and Mrs. L. W. Woodham of Andalusia, Alabama. It was surprising to see so many beautiful and .different flowers grown in Florala. The addition of two newly organized Garden Clubs has greatly increased the interest of growing flowers and beautifying F1orala. Those awarded First Prize Blue Ribbons were as follows: FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS: Mrs. Leroy Harrison, Mrs. G. V. Gamble, Mrs. C. A. Moon, and Mrs. Merton J. Reeves. HORTICULTURE: Mrs. C. A. Moon, Mrs. Leroy Harrison, Mrs. A. C. Sellars, Mrs. Grady Brooks, Mrs. Jimmy Collins, Mrs. Wade Phillips, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. G. V. Gamble, Mrs. Lo- die Kimbril, Mrs. J. B. Clark, Mrs. Hershel Causey, and Mrs. Homer Johnson. POTTED PLANTS: Mrs. Grady Brooks, Mrs. Lodie Kimhril, Mrs. Alva Skinner, Mrs. Leroy Harrison, Mrs. A. C. Sellars, Mrs. Hershel Causey and Mrs. Coy Turner. Mrs. Leroy Harrison was the Sweepstake Winner, taking a number of first place ribbons in all divisions. MR. & MRS. JONES ARE PROUD PARENTS OF A BABY GIRL Mr. and Mrs. Truel Jones (nee Aurelia Kelley) of Mobile, Alabama are happy to announce the arrival of a baby daughter, Laura Lee. The little Miss was born April l, weighing 7 pounds and 6 ounces. Laura Lee is adopted and has a little adopted brother, An- drew Scott, age 2 I/2 years old. The Jones' were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kelley of Red Oak Commun- ity and other relatives. U. OF WEST FLORIDA ANNOUNCES LIST OF GRADUATES The names of 650 University of West Florida spring quarter degree candidates have been an- nounced by President Harold B. Crosby. Candidates for the ba- chelor degree number 572 and masters candidates num- ber 78. They are among the IS00, in- cluding graduates from the three previous quarters, who have been invited to participate in the annual commencement exer- cises at 9 a.m.,Saturday, June 3 at the University Fieldhouse. Ted Wendel Frymire of Stella Route, Florala will receive the Bachelor of Science degree. res re Iness Dealer Since 1925 MRS. LEROY HARRISON was Sweepstake Witiner in the Spring Flower Show, sponsored by the three Garden Clubs of Florala at the Lake Jackson Club House last Saturday. Her husband stands with a sample of the massive arrangements entered in the show by Mrs. Harrison. He said: 'q'm due some credit - I watered the plants while Bessie was in the hospital." BLUE RIB30N WINNERS - Mrs. O. V. Gamble.and Mrs. A. C. Sellars were two of the Garden Club ladies who took blue ribbons at the Spring Flower Show last Saturday. Pictured with them are arrangements they entered in the show. Mrs. Gamble won her ribbons in the flower arrangements and in the horticulture. Mrs. Sellars took first place ribbons in the horticulture division and pored plants. She also served ~s chairman of the show. BLUE BELL GARDEN CLUB'OFFICERS AND WINNERS - Pic- tured from left, Mrs. Jimmy Collins~ vice president and Mrs. Alva Skinner, president qf the Blue Bell Garden Club. Both were winners of Blue Ribbons in the Spring Flower Show at the Lake ,~,.Jagk~5:n Club House Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Skinner was a ~vihner in the potted plant division and Mrs, Collins in the horticul- turn division. ACTIVE IN THE SHOW - Mrs. Irene Moore and Mrs. B. C. Cox took very active part in the success of the Spring Flower Show at the Lake Jackson Club House Saturday afternoon. They are pictured with several beautiful and colorful arrangements dis- played at the show, - PERSONALS - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sayre of Mont Rose, Pennsylvania, were guests of her mother, Mrs. Ethel Powers and aunt, Mrs. Alma Scott last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Jarrell and son of Tampa, Florida, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miller Barrow Sunday. Mrs. Roy Rhodes, Chert and Dave of Enterprise, visited Mrs. Davis Williamson in Florala Memorial Hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crop- per have returned to their home in Macon, Georgia, after attend- ing the funeral of their rela- tive, Mrs. Ernest Manning. Mrs. Louise Jensen of Ma- con, Georgia, spent several days last week with her brother, Da- via Williamson and aunt, Mrs. Lucille Folsom. Mr. and Mrs. William Pierce of Montgomery attended the fun- eral of Mrs. Ernest Manning last week. Mrs. Pierce is the former Joy Cawthon of Florala. Mr. and Mrs. Devoe Black- well and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Blackwell and baby son, of Pen- sacola, spent several days in Florala recently. Friends of Mrs. Davis Wil- liamson are pleased to know that she is recuperating from a recent illness in Florala Me- morial Hospital. e Mrs. J. H. Parrish of Nice- ville, Florida, returned home Friday from Madrid, Spain from a lob assignment. Mr. Parrish is the son of Mrs. Grace E. Parrish. i When watering your lawn in dry weather, soak once a week to a depth of sii inches. Never apply dally light sprinklings as this forces the roots upward. Bowlegs Sand Modeling Contest on Sunday, June II. The event will take place in a roped-off area near the Okaloosa Island Pier. Registration will take place COURTS PROHI BIT AL.A. BUSINESS FROM TRANSACTING BUSINESS Circuit Judge William C. Bar- her, at the request of Attorney General William J. Baxley, is- sued a temporary restrainin~ order prohibRing Glenn W. Tur- ner, Inc., Dare To Be Great, Inc., Koscot Interplanetary, and all agents, servants, employees and sales representatives from transacting further business within the State of Alabama un- til further orders of the Court. This order further prohibits the holding of meetings to induce participation in any of Turner's programs. Time allowed for completion is 1 I/2 hours. The event is open to all ages. Contestants may work in- dividually or in groups. The only tool that may be used is a sand bucket and the only materials to he used are sand and water, according to Bobby Harvell, chairman of the event. The modeling will be done in two categories - sand castles and sand forts. A first prize of $25.00 will be presented in each category. For mothers of pre-school children, give your children their immunization shots be- fore hot weather. Avoid the last minute rush and fretful- ness caused by the heat. Store leather and swede articles in a cool, airy closet--never in a hot attic or damp cellar. I II II III I The spotlight's on our grads! They all deserve to take a big bow while we wish them lots of good luck and cheer. Along with our good wishes, come hopes for a bright and happy future. III Ig ,11 I TO THE TOMORROW WE WISH YOU A BRIGHT FUTURE FILLED WITH SUCCESS Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Williamson - Owners II I I I III II Ill Here's hoping your Future is filled with success and happiness J.A. DUNNAJ~, OWNER I I I II