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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 CE . LITTLE. LA, DY CELI~BRATING GAY NINETIES , . JamTh hrts Fashion Shop FLORA/A, ALABAMA I GOOD QUALITY ~!iiii sonic Celebration activities' and will ride the beautiful Eastern Star float in the big colorful parade at 11 o'clock Saturday morning. She is the daughter~ of Mr. and Mrs, Joel Gomqlion of Florala. Miss Gomillion has just completed her junior year at Florala High School and is a straight "A" student. She has been a member of the Beta Club, typing honor roll, band majorette and a member of the, Lyre Club the-past three,~years, She is a member of file Wildcat Band Council. FYCA, and the New$Stall. She is ~tctive tit the Paxton Baptist Church. I I l l / >'-'>: The Bible reminds us "He that walketh with wise mete shall be wise: but a companion of fools shall be destroyed 2' ~:,~ %, "% . ,% Famed theologian Dr. MISS KAY GO~'~LLION has bc~n selected by the Covington County C~aptr 041 as the O~er Oswald Hoffmann of radio's Eastern Star Sweetheart this year. She will represent the Chapter in the 102nil annual Ma- "The Lutheran Hour" notes in the wash water and be sure the clothes are thoroughly rinsed. in a sermon called "Living With Yourself" that "the trouble with many people today is that they blame others for their troubles. St. John implies that it is not"so bad to find o u rsettt'es condemned in our own hearts, if thereby we find the great heart of God where we are not condemned." SALE ENDS JUNE 24th BUY ONE" GET ONE Consumers Want to Know by MARGARET SPADER , Director of Consumer Affairs National Association of Manufacturers Why do refrigeratormanu- facturers use such cheap quality trim on these appli- a~cc~? Considerable research has been done on materials used in refrigerators because many items stored in this ap- pliance will stain or pit metal and plastic, regardless of the quality used. Fruit juices, milk and medicines will stain or pit most surfaces, regard- less of quality. Spills should be wiped away immediately. Frequent thorough washing and drying will help keep trims looking like new. TO COMPLIMENTS TO MASONS IN FOUR YEARS THIS NATION CELEBRATE ITS 200I'HBIRTH IT IS PLEASANT TO THAT FOR WELL OVER H ~LF i THE LIFETIME OF THIS THE MASONS OF FLORALA THEIR FRIENDSHAVE EACH yl GATHERED BY THE SHORES THE LAKE THAT GENERAL SON MADE FAMOUS,THEY CAME RENEW ACQUAINTANCES BY THE ~AR THAT DIVIDED NATION, THEN CONTINUED COME, AND HABIT BECAME TF I TION. SO IT IS THAT ON 24I'H WE REFLECT ON TH YEARS PAST AND LOOK TO CONTINUING THIS TRADI~ AND GAINING WISDOM AND SURE FROM THESE ASSOCIATION S. THE STAFF OF DR NOW EXPRESSES THEIR APPRE~ ATION FOR THE PRIVILEGE ENJOYING THE FRIENDSHIP SO MANY, MANY GOOD THIS AREA. EWIH MOODY ,~ ,, MAXINE KIMBRIL JOE coX. MARY DONN IE SCROGGIN5 LATEX WALL PAINT FAST DRYING, WHITE & COLORS EVERY 2ND GALLON ROL-LATEX WALL AINT Quality acrylic, Odorless. Dries in 30 minutes. 13 colors. Reg. s599 "~ PER GAL. GALS. YOUR ONLY CHOICE MARY CARTER HOUSE PAINT Quality Lat6X Rou-s'# Paint. For wood, m~sonr and metal Reg. $599 PER GAL, FLORALA ALABAMA My washing machine is prac- tically a museum piece and I'd like to replace it but the.: more I shop the more con- fused I get. Where can I go for help? First, find a reliable appli- anee dealer, one who has served neighbors, friends or relatives well. Describe the kind of laundry you have ; for instance, heavily soiled clothes, football uniforms, etc. call for a heavy duty cycle and a pre-wash or soak set- ting. If most of your laundry is permanent press, the deal- er can show you models that offer cycles that avoid un- necessary wrinkling. If the water pressure is low at your house, the dealer should know this, too. By giving the dealer your special needs, he can ,~elect models that will do the best job for you. Gas and electric utilities can also be helpful if you have wiring or hot water problems. Is it true that clothes dryers cause white clothes to turn yellow ? Discoloration of clothes i$ usually due to improper laun;: dryprocedures, such as soap or detergent buildup caused by inadequate rinsing. The heat of any dryer will cause diacbl0i'ing if proper laundry procedures are not followec~. To avoid yellowing, do not overload the washer, use the recommended measured amount of soap or detergent DISTRIBUTORS OF yen # AMERICAN OIL PRODUCTS "cipatin ns way