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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 TO THE ,A ASONIC ON THEIR ANNUAL OF JUNE CELEBRATION - CHAIN SAWS - PAXTON, FLORIDA RED LEVEL WALLACE RALLY - Senator John Sparkman joined George C, Wallace, Jr. and Lt. Governor Jere Beasley Saturday night in leading a rally for Govarnor Wallace at Red Level in Covington County. Senator Sparkman commended Governor Wallace for drawing attention to the need for tax reform and the easing of growing costs of medical care. (r ressing With Florala Since OFFICERS 1904" OFFICE PERSONNEL iOHNNIE SMITH - LOAN DEPARTMENT RS. HELEN ROBBINS-TELLER RS. PEGGY WALKER-TELLER ,ISS ERNESTINE CARROLL - TELLER ~RS. HILDA BAGGET - ~!Ss JEAN RUSSELL-TELLER ~ILL RODWELL - TEMPORARY TELLER MRS. MARIE CHAMBERS- PROOF OPERATOR t4RS. ANN PHILLIPS-SECRETARY MRS. MILDRED CLOPTON-SECRETARY RS. HILDA ADAMS- PROOF OPERATOR LIFF HODGE - COLLECTOR ARREN SMITH - MAINTENANCE EARL SMITH - MAINTENANCE E. P. RODWELL JR.- CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD REX WHITCOMB- PRESIDENT G. G. HART- EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT MRS VIRGINIA WHITCOMB - ASSISTANT VICE-PRESIDENT T. / BRITTON JR.- CASHIER & SECURITY OFFICER MRS. KATHERINE SPICER- ASSITANT CASHIER "As Strong As The Past, Modern The Future" MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ?, SIXTY-EIGHT YEARS OF CONSTRUCTIVE BANKING SERVICE PAGE 3 WMU TEA HONORS MISS MILDRED LOVE A T MA TTHEWS HOME MONDA Y AFTERNOON Monday afternoon, May 19, the Carl Whirley .W.M.U. Group honnrPd Miss Mildren Love~ bride-elect of Mr. Phil- lip Hinesley of i:lorala, at a tea at the beautilul lakeside home of Mrs. C. N. Matthews. The group held their regular meeting preceding the tea. Miss Love was presented a lovely gift by the W M.U. of which Mrs. Clyde Love, mother of the bride-elect, is a member. The refreshment table was beautiful with an embroidered linen tablecloth. Mrs. Ed Holley presided at the silver punch bowl. Silver trays held many varieties of dainty cook- ies. Yellow burning tapers completed the decor. Special guests at the tea in- cluded Mrs. Limuel Hinesley of Florala hnd her daughter of Dublin Georgia, the former Jane Hinesley. Miss Love is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Love of Florala. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL SCHEDULED AT PAXTON ASSEMBLY A vacation Bible school will begin at the Paxton Assembly of God Church Monday night, June 2.6, at 6:30 o'clock. The pastor, Reverend Ed- wards invites everyone to attend. Garden Club Receives State A ward Mrs. G. V. Gamble, Mrs. llene McDonald and Mrs. Grady Brooks attended the annual State Garden Club Convention in Auburn Friday, June 9. The Florala Garden Club was given the "Club of Distinction Award with the Silver Star." MEETING TO BE HELD ON FOOD STAMPS The United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nu- trution Service calls attention to retail grocers with customers in Covington County to be sure and attend one of the special meetings scheduled for Tues- da), June P.7, 1972., at Andalusia. The purpose of the meetings are to tell grocers how they may be authorized to handle U. S. Department of Agriculture food stamp coupons. The food ,stamp program opens September l in Covington County, and retail grocers must be authorized before they can accept coupons from customers. Retail grocers are urged to attend the meeting, learn about the program and what it can mean to them and the community. The meeting will be held in the Intermediate Courtroom at the Covington County Court- house in Andalusia June ~.7, at 2 p. M. and 7 P.M. Merchants in Covington County who are authorized under a Florida Food Program must be re-authorized to be authorized to handle food stamps in this county. KING ~ QUEEN CONTINUED FROM FRONT of Florala and active in church affairs. He is a member of the Interact Club, which is sponsor- ed by the Rotary Club, and serv- ed as its president this past year. He is a member of FYCA, Florala Youth Christian Asso- ciation, and served as presi- dent the past year, also. He was selected to Who's Who in the senior class as the Most Friendly. The King and Queen and royal court will officially reign over the celebration during the an- nual event. They are presented and coronated the night before the celebration in the Masonic Lodge before Master Masons, guests of the Court, Grand Offi- cers, and other distinguished brethern. They will lead the traditional Masonic March from the Masonic Lodge to the in- stallation platform on the square in the center of the business district. The King and Queen and~ their Court will lead the' traditional and beautiful parade of floats atop the colorful Ma- sonic float at 11 o'clock Satur- day morning. Good workers are always in demand somewhere. The test offriendship comes when the dollar in- tervenes. Not what you read but how you read it is the key to knowledge. Isn't it funny !)ow little value other people put on your time. A thief rarely pays any attention to the moral prin- ciples of his victim. DOXOL WILKERSON ELECTRIC & PLUMBING JIMMY WILKERSON, MANAGER PHONE 8-2263 OR 8-8545 FARM SUPPLIES-INSECTICIDES GARDEN SEED & PLANTS FIELD SEED AND FERTILIZER FARMERS G. V. GAMBLE, OWNER Telephone 8-3496 Florala, Alabama Roger and Myrtle Sue Prescott ONE DAY SERVICE - DRY CLEANING - - PRESSING - ALTERATIONS OF ALL KINDS & TAILORING FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE 8-0365 FLORALA, ALABAMA CONGRATULATIONS JE WELR Y STORE Watch Repair GIFTS & JEWELRY OF DISTINCTION PHONE 8-3841 FINE JEWELRY