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( PAGE 2 Serranda Tedder Named Little Miss June 2 4 th The 102nd Consecutive 24th Masonic Celebration in Florala, Alabama was kicked off in high style Saturday night, June 17, at the Florala City School Au- ditorium. The evening was packed with entertainment carrying three main attractions - The Little Miss June 24th Contest, A Fa- shion Show featuring men of the area dressed in ladies' fashions of yesteryear and current fash- ions. Preceding these events was a concert featuring a great gospel singing group, the Faith Trio of Anniston, Alabama. The Trio also served as judges for the Little Miss contest and en- tertained between the two events. Nine beautiful little girls par- ticipated in the Little Miss com- petition. They are pictured in above photo, from left: Sharon Thomas, daughter of Petty Of- ricer 1st Class and Mrs. Joel H. Thomas; Serranda Tedder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Au- burn Tedder; Betty Sue Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- cus Jones; Dianne Kyser, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Ky- set; Lisa Hutcheson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hutch- eson; Jan McDaniel, daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDaniel; Michelle Holder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Holder; Amy McDaniel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McDaniel, and Sharon Johnson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Sherman John- son. Finishing in the top five were Betty Sue Jones, Serranda Ted- der, Sharon Johnson, Amy Mc- Daniel, and Michelle Holder. Capturing the title of Little Miss June 24th was Serranda Ted- der with Betty Sue Jones win- ning 1st runner-up and Amy Mc- Daniel, 2nd runner-up. The men's fashion show fea- turing men wearing ladies' ap- parel ended up with only six fashion plates but they made up for the few in number with their class and character. Participants in this event were as follows: Charles Swear (Charlene), a chic bru- nette, was dressed in red hot pants, white sweater, black boots and stockings and carried a beautiful black poodle wearing a big red bow on her jeweled collar. "Charlene's" tresses 'were styled to compliment her plump round face and rosebud complexion; Vernon Robbins (Vernine), a statuesque blonde, was quite fashionable in brown knit slacks with matching brown and white stripped top. Her ac- cessories included white san-' dals and bag, pearl necklace, bracelet, and ear rings. "Her" toenails were painted a ravish- ing "hot pink"; Joe Evans (Josephine), "her" brunette tresses done in a top fashion afro style, was about the sex- iest thing in town in "her" white hot pants and sweater, with floral, slit-to-waist over- skirt. "She" was really swing- in' in her stocking feet and those dark, shady eyes; Lamar Mi[chell (Letti), the only red- head in the crowd, was striking in "her" purple hot pants outfit" with black patent-leather boots and belt to match; Paul Mit- chell and son, Phillip (Paulette and Phillis), were absolutely ad- orable in identical hotpants out- fits with long floral overskirts. Their hair was frosted and most becoming; James Jordan (Ja- mie) was the only lady who chose the costume of yesterday. Jam- ie was dressed as a pioneer woman in a gay colorful print trimmed with wide, white rick- rack, apron and bonnet to match. "She" chose brogan-type shoes and carried "her" baby on hip in diapers. James was the winner of $50 for "her" yes- teryear costume. Charline Sweatt and Paulette Mitchell shared the other $50 prize for their 'now' fashions. Johnny Smith acted as Mas- ter of Ceremonies. Make-up and wigs were the art work of Mrs. Katherine Cannon and Mrs. Paul Mitchell. Mrs. Lucille Cox and Mrs. Dorothy Holder are co- chairman of the beauty contests. CAPTURING THE TOP THREE SPOTS in the Little Miss June 24th contest were Serranda Tedder, center, Betty Sue Jones, first runner-up, left, and Amy McDaniel, 2nd runner-up, right. ! !iii:ii LITTLE MISS JUNE 24TH CONTESTANTS from left, top picture, are Sharon "lom.s, Ser- randa Tedder, Betty Sue Jones, Dianne Kyser and Lisa Hutcheson. Bottom picture, from left, Jan McDaniel s Mlchelle Holder, Amy McDaniel, and Sharon Johnson. SENATOR SPARKMAN JOINS IN DEDICATION OF NEW INDUSTRY Senator John Sparkman today joined in dedicating a new in- dustry in Centre, Alabama, that will create 25 new jobs. The industry is Weiss-Lay Egg Company, made possible under the Local Development Company Loan Program, a Small Business Administration program authored in 1958 by Sen. Sparkman. In a speech prepared for delivery at the dedication, Sen. Sparkman pointed out that over 3,876 jobs have been created under the program arid 1,760 jobs sustained in Alabama. "The jobs have been created and sustained primarily in rural areas," Sen. Sparkman stated "The purpose of this program is to create jobs in rural areas 3o that our young people will mt go to already overcrowded ;flies in  search of employ- nent."  The Small Business Adminis- ratioa loaned $130,500 while dabama banks put up another Mrs. Bullard Goes To Idaho Mrs. Bartow Bullard, Sr. left the past week- end for Sandpoint, Idaho where she expects to make her home temlorarily. $130,500. The Cherokee County Local Developmenf Company provided an additional $29,000 for a total cost of $290,000. The egg company buys eggs from producers, grades and cartons them and sends them to retail sales outlets.. Mrs. Bullard has no further ties in F16rala as she has sold all her property and sold her home in Lockhart to Mr. and Mrs. George Center of North Carolina. Mrs. Center is the former Genell Henderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Redus Henderson of Lockhart. The Re- dus Hendersons will occupy their daughter's home until such time as she sees fit to move to Florala. Shortly after the Hen- dersons moved out of their home in Lockhart to the Bul- lard home, it was destroyed by fire. Mrs. Bullard says that she will be doing a lot of sight- seeing and will be visiting her friends in Florala in the future as she visited out West in the past. She says she is getting away from the heat and the bugs. The June 24th Art Show won't be the same without Mrs. Bul- lard. For many years she was chairman of the Art Show and did a magnificent job, always. She is a grand artist herself. THE FLORALA NEWS - TH NN Men's Fashion Show FASHION MODELS pictured with M.C. Johnny Smith, from left, are Miss Sweatt, Miss Robbins, M:s. Jordan and baby, Mrs. Mitchell and Phillis, Mrs. Lettle Mitchell, Evans. Miss Sweatt Miss Robbins Mrs. Joseph iei Note The Exceptional Poise And Grace Show00 By These "Beauties" As They Pose For The News Photographer. Mrs. Lettie Mitchell Mrs. Mitchell AND Phillis Mrs.