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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 6 THE FLORALA NEWS" THURSDAY, OES Sweetheart MISS ANGELA PETERS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Peters, has been selected as DES Sweetheart for 1975. She will ride the Eastern Star float in the June 24th Masonic Parade• Miss Peters, a senior at Florala High School, is activd in FHA, VICA, Library Staff, and has been a member of the Florala Wildcat Band Flag Corp for the past three years. Her hobbies are riding horses, skiing, tennis and softball. i i i n |, Biogr.phy Of James M. Edison - Beratla Gomillion Named Winner At BPW Convention Beratta Gomillion, a 1975 graduate of Florala High School was announced a State Business & Professional winner at the 56th annual BPW State Con- vention held at the Governors Rouse Motel in Montgomery on May 17. The daughter of Mrs. Betty Gomillion of Florala, Beratta's application was submitted to the State Scholarship committee by the local BPW Club. During her senior year at Florala High, Beratta has ser- ved as President of the Beta Club in which she has been a member three years; secretary of the Student Council and a member of the Executive Coun- cil; Treasurer of the Band and member 7 years; President of the Euclid Math Cluband mem- ber two years; and Vice Presi- dent of her Senior Class. Other offices include mem- ber of Lyre Club three years serving as Secretary-Trea- surer in her junior year, vice president of junior class, Band Council two years, paper staff two years serving as Editor in her junior year, member of FHA, Science Club and Pep Club. Beratta was a team member her junior year competing in the Business Tournament at Lurleen B. Wallace State Jr. College, and on the Math team which competed in the LBW Math Tournament for the past two years. Honors include "Most Out- standing Leadership", award in band during her junior year, a vivid performer on the flute and piccolo, she was recently no- tiffed of membership into the "Who's Who Among American Music Students", chosen to be in "Who's Who Among High School Students" last year, vo- ted "Most Intellectual" for the past three years, and the Va- ledictorian Honor Award. Last summer, Beratta at- tended HuntingdOn College un- dec the "Step Ahead" program and plans to continue her stu- dies there this fall. Grandmaster BY: Charter L. Nicholson James M. Eidson, Sr., Grand Master F&AM of Alabama, was born in Cullman, Alabama, on October 6, 1932. He is the son of Lonnie B. and Gladys Nor- man Eidson. He attended Cullman Elemen- tary School,;~.-.~at :.Beard High, and CullmlmHigh School. He also had a year of private counseling from Dr. Joe Card- well', professor of Dairy Manu- facturing at Mississippi State University. Brother Eidson spent three years in the Military as a para- trooper in the Eighty-second Airborne. He married Mary Lou Butts on July 25, 1953. They have two sons - Jim, twenty years of age, who is a junior and a varsity football player at Mis- sissippi State University. Mich- ael, his second son, is eleven years old and a sixth grader at Hartselle Junior High School. Brother Jim and his wife, Lou, are members of the First Christian Church of Hartselle where he is serving his fifth term as chairman of the Of- ficial Board. Be is in his sixteenth year of employment with Flav-O- Rich Dairy, a division of Flav- O-Rich, Inc., of which the pa- rent company is l~airymen, Inc. of Louisville, Kentucky. He is now serving as General Man- ager of the State. Brother Jim is also a mem- ber of the Board of Directors of Cord Systems, Inc., of Hunts- ville, Alabama. Re has served the Kiwanis Club as a past member of the Board of Directors, and he has also served as past treasurer. Brother Eidson was initiated September 23, 1958 in Hartselle Administration Sets • Stringent Rules For Prescriptions Lodge Number 398, now known as Nunn-Oden Lodge Number 398. He was passed October I0, 1958 and raised October 28, 1958. He served as Mas- ter of the Lodge in 1962-63. He served as District Lecturer in 1965 and 1966. Jim serv- ed on the Committee of Work for five years - from 1967 until 1971, at which time he was elected Junior Grand War- den. He was chairman of that committee in 1970. Brother Jim is also a char- ter member of Huntsville Scot- tish Rite and also a charter member of Cahaba Shrine Tem- ple. He and his wife are mem- bers of Hartselle Chapter Or- der of the Eastern Star Num- ber 39. The Eidsons reside at Brook- wood Drive in Hartselle, Ala- bama. The Food and Drug Admin- istration is tightening regula- tions on sale of certain pres- cription drugs. Effective July 2, the Food and Drug Administration is en- forcing more stringent rules concerning the sale, by pres- cription, of certain drugs fre- quently prescribed which af- fect the nervous system. The new regulations permit pre- scriptions for these substances to be refilled, only, if the doc- tor directs the pharmacist to do so and limits the number of times they can be refilled to 5 and, in no case, after 6 months from the date of the original prescription. After conducting hearings and additional research, the FDA concluded that these drugs had a potential of causing depen- dance or other problems in certain types of individuals. Some of the drugs covered in this new regulation are the quite commonly used Librium capsules, Valium tablets, Se- rax, .Dalmane and Tranxene. Discipline In The Home ctronlcs NEW IN LOCATED ON SOUTH 5TH STREET NEXT TO COBBS' BARBER SHOP I DISCIPLINE IN THE HOME, a new film that shows how parents may see the children in terms not only of their problems but also in the potential of what they may become will be shown at First Baptist Church in the Fel- lowship Hall on June 22, 1975 at 5:45 P.M. Dr. Howard Hendricks, a no- ted authority on family rela- tions, makes excellent use of both caricature and animation as he drives home the lessons that many children suffer from insecurity because they are ei- ther over or under disciplined. Dr. Hendricks shows that the primary concern of parents should not be "What Will my child think of me now?" but, "What will my child think of me 20 years from now?" In a beautiful combination of caricature, animation and in- structive content, this film leads viewers to see that while children do not expect perfect parents, they do expect honest ones who are on their team ra- ther than on their backs. This film helps the family reach toward the ultimate goal of all discipline which is self-dis- cipline. DISCIPLINE IN THE HOME is a new release from Gospel Films, Inc., of Muskegon, Michigan. i i i! \ CHAPTER 441 OES OFFICERS FOR 1975 - - front row, from left, Mary Prest- wood, Chaplain; Anna Laura Hutcheson, Associate Conductress; Betty Kyser, Worthy Matron; Edward Simmons, Worthy Patron; Clara Mae Bass, Electra; Angela Peters, Marshall; Marie Simmons, Secretary; back row, from left, Lucy Campbell, Ada; Maybelle Sheffer, organist; Maxine Hutcheson, anita Johnson, Conductress; Easter Mac Ward, Warder, and Associate Matron. iiiiiiiiiiiii!i iiiiiiiiiii i!! iiiiiii!!ii!i!i!iiiiiiiii!iiiii iiiiiiiiiii!i!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiii ,.. ,,,., ...... ,.,,,.. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: !iiiii!i!iiiiiii!iii!i!!!i!iii :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: SALE ENDS JUNE 21 ELECTRIC Metal Blades 3-Speed Controls OUR REG. PRICE $17.97 Reg. 3.33 Two Styles To Choose From Slightly Irregular NOVELTY TRANSFER .. PRINTED EVERYBODY IS WEARING THEM. PERFECT FOR THE BEACH OR JUST CASUAL WEAR. SIZES S. M, L, & XL OUR REG. PRICE 3.33 pkg. DREAMLAND BOYS' FIRST QUALITY 27 x 27 SIZE 1 DOZEN PER PKG. PKGS. / 10O Percent In Assorted Colors. Just Right For T~ Hot Summer Days. Sizes OUR PRICE LARGE DUNDEE FIRST QUALITY 22 x 44 SIZE PINK, BLUE & MAISE CHOICE OF TWO STYLES 60 OZ.-AMBER 80 3Z. GOLD Our Reg. Price Up To 97c SELECTION CONSISTS OF 13 Oz.-Clear 12 Oz.-Heavy Base-Gold I 1 Oz.-Clear 12 Oz.-Heavy Base-Clear FOR. OUR REG. PRICE $1.66 CRYSTAL ISOPROPYL FREEZER 16-OZ. BTL. OUR REG. PRICE 26c PINTS - 8 to I!;2 PINTS - 6 to' I[ t TS-4to SOUTH 5TH STREET FLORALA, ALABAMA RegOUr. ~~ Price 97c PKG. Choose From Waste Baskets, Dishpans, Baby Baths, Diaper Pails & Laundry Baskets. Good Selection of Sizes and Colors. Our Regular Prices up to $1.66 L4 GRAIN , 1000 TABLEI"~ OUR REG. PRIC~ FOR NUln Nn'f mO~ Nl1~ 4O-OZ. BOX OUR REG. PRICE 77c FANTASTIK with SPRAYER 22 OZ. SIZE REG. PRICE SOFT 2" PLY 125 CT. BOX OUR REG. PRICE ~/$1.00 I FOR BOXES