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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 2 . MISS PARKER Parker- Nicholson Betrothal Announced Ceremony Unites Miss G rogg. Mr. Bass Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Grogg of Phenix City, Alabama an- nounce the marriage of their daughter, Millie Joyce, to Ted J. Bass, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bass of Florala. The couple was united in mar- riage Saturday afternoon, June 16, at 3:00 in the afternoon at the home of the groom's parents. The bride was given in marriag by her parents. Pete Holloway, cousin of the groom, served as best man. Marriage rites were officiated by the Rev- erend Albert Kimbro. The home was beautifullyde- corated in ivy and spring flo- wers accented with burning can- dies. A five-tier wedding cake trimmed in yellow and blue and topped with large wedding bells was enjoyed by friends and rela- tives attending the ceremony. Ted is presently employed ~ith Bickerstaff Clay Products Company in Phenix City, where ',he couple will make their home. PERSONALS - Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mathis of Paxton are attending The Annual Federal Land Bank Con- vention in Miami Beach this week. Mrs. Katherine Perry had as her guests recently, Mrs. John E. Echols of Gadsden, Ala- bama, and Mr, and Mrs. Mil- her Perry and children of Eu- faula, Alabama. Doctor and Mrs. A. C. Lewis of Winston Salem, North Caro- lina stopped by for a short visit before continuing to New Orelans, La. Doctor Lewis is accepting a position as assistant micro- biologist at the Louisiana State University Medical Center. :q Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Parker announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Robert William Nichol- son, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert William Nicholson of Wilmington, North Carolina. Miss Parker was a 1970 graduate of Florala High School and she attends Auburn Uni- versity. She is a senior in rion Military Institute and will graduate from Auburn Uni- versity in August, where he will have a degree in Aviation Man- agement. He is also a member of Kappa Alpha social frater- nity. The wedding will take place August 25 at 5:30 p.m. in the First Methodist Church of Flo- rala. No formal invitations are pharmacy school, a member of being sent locally, but all Chi Omega social sorority, pre- friends are invited to attend. sident of Kappa Epsilon, a pro- fessional pharmacy sorority, and secretary of Phi Lambda Sigma, a pharmacy leadership society. She is a little sister for Kappa Alpha fraternity and was the KA Rose in 1972. Mr. Nicholson completed high school at Oak Ridge Military Institute in North Carolina in 1968. He is a graduate of Ma- Strickland Wins With Art Works Larry Strickland took two EIGHT MILE CHURCH First Place Awards at the TO HOLD SING "Billy Bowlegs Art Exhibit" in Ft. Walton Beach, recently. SUNDAY A second place in Oil Painting CHARLES APLIN CHARLES APLIN "TO ATTEND OXFORD UNIVERSITY Charles ApUn, a history and social science major at Troy State University will be among 100 students from the United States attending the Summer School for Overseas Visitors at Oxford University in England MR, & MRS. BASS BEN ROBBI'NS REPRESENTS FLORALA AT FORESTRY STUDY Ben Robbins represented the Florala District 4-H Club at a Forestry study in Auburn, Ala- bama on June 7. There were seventeen coun- ties attending with five boys from each county. After a study of trees and their grow- th, the boys were served a de- licious lungh. NORTH CREEK BAPTIST TO HOLD MUSIC SCHOOL The North Creek Baptist Church win hold a School of Music beginning June Z4 ending June ZP. Miss Sharron Lawler will be the teacher of the two music sessions held. The two schools will consist of beginner through sixth grade and seventh through adult in the evening. Miss Lawler is sent from the Baptist Executive Board in Montgomery. PERSONALS Mr. Buford L. Brunson and Mrs. Muriel Gidden, the form- er Muriel Nail, both of Gains- ville, Florida, attended the fun- eral of Mr. Alfred McNeil on Thursday of last week. Weight Watchers Co: BY ALB~IITA GAMBLK My! We had a good class stirxng constantly, add scalded Monday night with that happy milk a few spoonfuls at a time Weight Watchers spirit and to the egg mixture. Cook in enthusiasm. There were 41 regular members, 5 new ones, and 1 visitor from Indiana, making a total of 47 present, with a loss of 65 1/4 pounds. This brings our total up to Z,437 1/Z pounds. Don't you see, we are heading for the THE FLORAL A NEWS - THURSDAY, double boiler over simmering water stirring constantly, 30 minutes or until mixture coats a silver spoon. Remove from heat. Cool to lukewarm, stir in vanilla extract. Place I/2 cup blueberries into each of Z 10-ounce custard cups. Pour second ton? 1/2 of custard mixture over We had a real treat Monday each portion of blueberries. night when our visitor, Mrs. Edna Parker Richter from Indiana, was co-hostess. She shared with us what Weight Watchers has meant to her. Since she has been on the road traveling it makes it ever more difficult to stay on the pro- gram. Even so, Mrs. Richter showed a weekly loss of 1 1/2 pounds Monday night. This shows you can when you try. She was very complimentary of our class. She said, "Every- one shows such love for each other and such happy spirit. It was a delight to visit the class." We like to hear that we show love for each other. This is one of our basic rules for a successful Weight Watch- ers class. We also had another visit- or in our town (and old friend of mine ) from West Bend, Wis- consin Weight Watchers class- Evelyn McNeil Scott. Her ex- pression was "My! You don't look like the same person I used to know!" This made me want to go home and stay right on the program. All this just goes to prove that Weight Watchers classes are all over the world. Now girls, look for one while on your vacation and visit the class. Refrigerate. Makes2 servings. We hope to see less of you next Monday night and bring with you that happy weight wat- chers spirit. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis and Tim of Paxton, had as their guest for the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks, and children, Bobby and Jenny, of Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. Hicks is the niece of Mrs. Davis. While here, they enjoyed go- ing to the beach and viewing just a few of the many scenes along Ft. Walton Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rob- bins, Ben and Alan, Mrs. W. E. Robbins and Mrs. Delma Seay left Sunday morning from '" " the Florala Airport for Shelby County Airport 1~ear Birming- ham. Dolores Thomas They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Rouney Robbins in Monte- vallo and later visited Jim WalkerattheUniversityHos-Wed Carl W. pital in Birmingham. Rounie Flournoy from South America was the week-end The Blueberry custard on the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. front page of the new July Bessie Flournoy. While in this Weight Watchers magazine are, he visited with his aunts, looked so tempting and good, I thought you would like a new dessert. Here it is: Blueberry Custard 3 tablespoon sugar (artifical liquid sweetner) I/8 teaspoon salt ~. eggs, slightly beaten 2 cups skim milk, scalded 2 teaspoon vanilla extracts I cup blueberries Add artifical sweetner and salt to beaten eggs; mix well Miss Lela Cope of Andalusia and Mrs. Elizabeth Manning of Greenville, returning to Mont- gomery where he boarded a plane for Point Comfort, Tex- as. There he joined his wife and daughters, who are vaca- tioning with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. P. Flournoy. Following their vacation, they will return to South America where Ronnie is employed. And Doubt Worry can be defined as a Luncheon Given In Honor Of Miss Patty The Garden Room of the Montgomery Country Club was the setting of a lovely luncheon in honor of Miss Patty Parker, bride-elect of Bob Nicholson on Saturday, May 26. Hostesses for the lovely oc- casion were Miss Terri John- A Memorial Sacred Heart was awarded to Larry, also. this year. The summer ses- son and Mrs. B. G. Johnson " A charcoal drawing was judged sion, sponsored by the English- of Birmingham, Alabama. Sing will be held at Eight-Mile ............. Church Sunday June 24 bo-~- nest wlm a mue rxeoon, ann a Speaking Union of the Common- Before the meal was served, ..... ,, , *-b-,.- water color - a blue ribbon, wealth, is designed to acquaint guests and the honoree enjoyed nmg at ~:uu a m Dinner will'S'served Larry has been lnvRed to students with current British socializing. At 11:30 everyone ....... " _ ~ exhibit his work in Pensacola politics, industry and trade, was seated at a long table beau- ~veryone is molten to azzena, on Wednesday and in Neweducation, foreign policy, and tifully set and centered with a . Orleans at a later date. An the arts. Expenses for the lovely arrangement of yellow I I invitation from Troy State summer session will be paid daisies and minature chrysan- I 1ST & 2ND I University Art Department has by the Montgomery Branch of themums. I I been extended to Larry to hold the English-Speaking Union. For the first course of the IMI'~DTt'.&t".I: /q'lAlM: I a one man show next Spring. Students attending the seminar meal chilled cantaloupe balls, I"''v'''''v" ""-'~"" ILarry is presently at home will be housed at Jesue Col- a congealed vegetable salad I ' I in Florala and he has an Art lege, a part of Oxford Univer- and crackers were served. l ~ I Studio at 500 East 6th Avenue - sity, and were selected on the Rolled chicken breasts served I I IfUlli11n I Apt. C. basis of scholastic achievement in a sweet and sour sauce, I I~#IIM~WI~I I Larry is spending his vaca- and participation in extracur- glazed carrots, French style I ~ I tion months painting and ex- ricular activities on campus, green beans, and orange and I "^ ~ 4 5 41 [ hibitlng his work. He will cam- A senior at Troy State, Aplin blueberry muffins made up the I .t'/o- I plete his Art Studies at Ring- has been involved in many acti- main course. For dessert I , . ~ , , I ling School of Art next fall. vities. He has recently cam- waiters served orange sher- I Inuu$Trlll I'Qrl I Strickland is the son of Mr. pleted a term as the vice-we- bert and lady fingers. Tea and I Opp, AI. I and Mrs. J. C. Strickland, E. sident of the TSU Student coffee were served along with ' l ,, L t 6th Ave., Florala. Government, Association, the three-course meal. Chairman of the SGA Student The bride-elect was lovely Senate and Chairman oftbeSGA in a beige street-length dress Entertainment Committee. He with burnt orange accessories. has also served as Cbairmanof She was presented a lovely #~1 @ the Traffic Appeals Court and daisy corsage by the hostesses. as president of the SGA Sum- Guests enjoying the delight- mer Provisional Government. ful occasion were Mrs. Bar- In addition, he has served on barn Parker, mother of the the University Committee on brlde-elect, and Mrs. John Registration, the University Goolsby of Florala; Mrs. Burry Ring Selection Committee and Brown, Mrs. Warren Curlee, " 4~ ~ff~'~ as a University Representative Nancy Curlee, Jan Jehle of to the Omicron Delta Kappa Montgomery; Debl Williugham National Convention held in Cin- of Atlanta, Georiga; Debble cinatti, Ohio. Hartwell Phyllis Moore, Pare Aplin is a charter member and the president-elect of the i Kappa Omicron Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honorary which is tim highest all male leadership honorary for college men. He is also a past member of the Argonauts (underclassmen's Leadership honorary), the form- er president and vice-president of Alpha Phi Omega Ser- vice Fraternity and a past mem- ber of the TSU Brass Choir Mr. and Mrs. Dennle Ray and the TSU "Sound of the Geoghagan(neeCarolWilllams) n South" Band. Presently, Aplin of Laugdale, Alabama are the is a member of the Troy State proud parents of an 8 pound University Collegiate Singers 1 ounce girl, bern June 6, 1973. She has been named Shelley an assistant director in Alumni Hall. He is a past member of Diane Maternal grandparents are rm Bureau Insura ce the Alumni Hall House Court- Mr. and Mrs. Buel Williams of " L y Icil' has played Intramural Lakewd and Mrs" ErlineGe" sports and is a "Pi Guy" of ghagan of Paxton and Clayton Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. For his achievements and activities Geoghagan of Langdale. Great- Aplin was named the Outstand- grandparents are Mr. Lavoy AGENT inK Junior Male for 1973 at Williams, Mrs. Bertha Harri- Troy State University.son and Mrs. Ruby Geoghagan. PHONE 8-6055 HOME 8-2502 Aplin is the son of Mrs. Because we care! Rue Nelle (Quails) Aplin of Kinston and the late Mr. Bruce By the just we mean that Aplin of Florala. He is the which is lawful and that See Us About OL, r blew Cancer Coverage grandson of Mrs. Mary Aplin which is fair and equita- alsd of Florala. ble. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Thomas of Paxton, announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Dolores, to Waylon Coone, of Florala, son of Mr. Carl Waylon Coone of Key West, Florida. The wedding will take place at the Paxton Assembly of God Church, June 30, 7:30 p.m. No formal invitations are be- ing sent, but friends and rela- tives of the couple are cordially invited to attend. MRS. PALMER CONTINUED FROM FRONT Parker Moore of Mobile, Alabama; Becky Lilly of Little Rock, Arkansas; Susan Johnson and hostesses, Mrs. B. G. John- son and Terri Johnson of Bir- mingham. in the Order of the Rainbew for Girls. She received the Balfour Award for being the outstanding circle of inefficient thought senior in her high school gra- whirling around a pivot of duating class; service award fear. for six years as den mother in Boy Scouting; County Fair -Eagle, Wichita, la. For The Wise The sum of wisdom is that time is never lost that is devoted to work. -Grit blue ribbon winner in ceramics, crochet and candles. She is also a member of the Houston Arts and Humanities Council. Mrs. Palmer is the daugh- ter-in-law of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Palmer formerly of Florala who were in the Ply- mouth business with Mr. H. D. Garner. CONTINUED Penson R. cretary, and Albert P. BreWer tar, will give ing installation 303'he Lodge Friday, June Master Mason lowing this the OES #441 will those present. sons of this to attend this The crowning and Queen will day evenings take place in the Lodge The Lodge on Saturday, installation End Of Aa I He may be boy at heart, amuse him and marbles -Gas RETAIN THIS WORK SHEET THE GOVERNMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY LQC~-:;.'.H~I~.'T "rO~.~N OFFICE OF'REVENUE SHARING 1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE N.W. PLANS TO EXPEND ITS REVENUE SHARING WASHINGTON. D.C. 20226 FOR THE ENTITLEMENT PERIOD BEGINNING (K) ~rj EXECUTl~s plan is based on J'RH :L~ 'I~.T':-~ANDENDING ,~rLJ~ .~I~I an executive proposal (L) DEBT How will the availability of revenue sharing funds affect the IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON AN borrowing requirements of your jurisdiction ? - . ,-~.~1~ ESTIMATED TOTAL OF ~.. ~ ~- I~- i ACCOUNT NO ~I AVOID DEBT INCREASE [~_j NO EFFECT t~ ~ FJI.'-~ ~lf~ I I l~.,i TOO SOON TO L ~-.P:.~HF~ T"! ...... 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