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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. UBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY I, 1976 / Contestants in the Miss 9.4tb of June Beauty Pageant on Satur- day were, (from left) Jo Ann Thorn, Darlene Barge, Martha Day, Brenda Sanders, Pamela Gall York, Beverly Adams, Diane Marie Harrison, Susan Hartzog, Angela York, Cindy Crosby, LynnSmith and Cindy Myrtck. Judges were Ms. Mary Sue Cain, home service advisor with Alabama Power Company and Tommy Boothe, from Elba, who is a math instructor at Lurleen B. Wallace Junior Col- lege. PAGE 3 Mary Evelyn Waits Birthd Honors Ivy W n W itsT Mr. Smith of MissMary Homer D. Garrett and the late and Maclin F. George Sidney Waits, Sr., of announced today Andalusia. Mr. and Mrs. The future bridegroom, the Waits, Jr., of son of Mr. and Mrs. Maclin F. Smith, Jr., of Birmingham, attended Judson received his B.S. degree in reCeived her B.S. Business Administration from entary Samford University. He is a the University member of the Bachelors Cot- mid-May, Miss illion Club and the GermanClub the Educational in Birmingham. Mr. Smith is in Reading. At member Delta social presently a at Mountain is the grand- and Mrs. the late Mrs. and Mrs. assistant vice-president of First Alabama Bank in Bir- mingham. His grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse France Yeates and the late Mr. and Mrs. Maclin F. Smith, Sr., of Birmingham. The wedding will be solem- nized on August 14 at First Baptist Church in Andalusia. Aplin To Wed and Mrs. Toby ---- to announce the their daughter, to Darrell Ray son of Mr. Buchanan of of is Mr. and of Clear the late Rev- Johnnie Aplin is a 1976 gra- High School. Buchanan is of Crestview and serving with FOrce. will be ).m. at the on Kennedy ew, Florida. be honored at the Geoha- Side Baptist P.m. and Reception friends and re- Miss Aplin And About J. D. Williams of Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Florida is visiting withhisbro- be happy tother, Wilson of Lock- in Lock- hart. after having fin Florala Me- Milford R. Jeter of Bayou La Jackson Hos- Batre, Alabama brought his .=ry and in an father-in-law to the 24th of June Celebration. Joe Cooper hear that she lazed in Anda- is visiting and family, Cobb and Cobb, Mrs. Ella Chance from Lake- view Manor in Opp, spent Fri- day at the Chance Farm at Route One, Florala. Mrs. Hazel Gresham from Opp, attended the 24th of June Celebration on Saturday. and Kimhril, Jr., Mis- is serving Alton McKin- in Dothan on Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dabro- ski and family, returned totheir home in Houston, Texas, Satur- day after a visit with their mo- ther, Mrs. Ella Chance. Kenneth Ward Jason, of were Mrs. the elebration. of Fort sPending this grandmother, at Paxton. from Mobile Mrs. on Satur- II Mr. Ivy Watson was honored on his birthday on June 23 with a surprise sing held at his home. According to Mrs. Wat- son, it was a great sing. Present at the singing and birthday party were: Elder and Mrs. F. W. Parish, Elba; Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Knots, Elba; Mr. and Mrs. Elton McCurley, Crestview; Mrs. Myrtis Adams. Crestview. Also present were Mrs. Val- ley Teal and Mrs. Ann Jordan, Creatview; Elder Wood, Laurel Hill and C. H. Coughburne and George of Baker, Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Barton of An- dalusia. Attending from Oppwere: Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jones, Lonnie Jones, Mrs. Julia Clark, Mrs. Lorne Alford, Miss Irene Jo- nes, Lemmer Gatlin, and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Jones and Lor- retta. Mr. E. W. Prescott and Gall were present from Kinston, along with Mrs. Olene Morrow and Mrs. Carl Coon from Lock- hart. Mr. and Mrs. Lorn Prescott and Mrs. Vernnn Lee came from Darlington, Florida. Ky Homes came from Dozier. Florala guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. Pete Dawson, Franklin, Denise and Waunita; Mrs. John Martin and Keith, Mrs. Ester Rhoades. Pu Shows At Library d A poppet show will he the program for the first Story Hour of the summer at the Florala Library. The show will be given Thursday, July 8, at the Library at 1 o'clock and all children of kindergarten through grade three ages, are invited to attend. It's free! The Story Hour will be a weekly event at the Library each Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock during the next six weeks. Small gifts will he given each child who attends. The Library Story Hour is a part of the summer read- ing program which will begin July 6 and continue through August 14. The reading program is for young readers from kindergarten through eighth grade. Those readers who read Z5 books during this time will be awarded a cer- tificate of accomplishment at the conclusion of the reading program. ,~: Summer hours at the Library will be 10-12 and 1-5 each weekday. The Library will be closed Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. ~ PHOTO BY SONYA WOODHAM For Ladies Only Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Watson by Betty Gorum HELLO LADLES! I made a fabulous discovery on one of my recent out-of-town trips. Remember I told you scarves were in? Well, they were even more in than I rea- lized. I've discovered several very interesting things you can make with them. Gather up all your scarves you don't use and sew them , together "willy nilly" to make a maxi skirt in a patch work effect. Add a peasant blouse, gypsy earrings and tie hack your hair with one of the left over scarves. Perfect for an evening at the coast or country club. Another zaney idea is to make a bikini with a dark cotton ban- dana - better double this and make a skirt (with scarves, of course). " Leave it open all the way down the side to show plen- ty of your tan. Wear this with your bikini. Also you can make a floating summer evening pancho from a large scarf by cutting a hole in the middle, placing the points at the middle of the body, front and back. You can even get fancy and embroidery around the hole and edges. WEEKLY TIP: Spend your energy doing only one thing at a time to the best of your ability and enjoying it. Then go to your next job. You'll be surprised how much more you can accomplish in a relax- ud frame of mine. I knew a lady once who had an unbeliev- ab|e heavy schedule. 1 made the comment that my nerves would he shot with so much on my calendar. She said she ne- ver worried about the next day only what was on her calendar for that day. II IIII ........... III Florala, Alabama I .... I ...... I -- EXERCISE FOR FEET & AN- KLES: Stand erect with feet flat on the floor. Raise the heels as high as possible. Return to first position. Repeat ten times. I=lorala Visitors Mr. Eddie Smith and son, from Century, Florida, visit- ed his sister, Mrs. Methie Har- ney in Locldmrt on Saturday. Frances Chance has as June Z4th dinner guests, the forest rangers and their families from Brewton, Red Level, Opp and Florala. EVERYTHING GOES.,. We Must AS MUCH AS Make Room For Fall handise .. WHILE THEY SIZES 5 LAST to 20 PROMINENT NAME BRANDS "For Those Who Want Tomorrow's Fashions Today." ! STARTS SATURDAY JULY 3, 9:00 A.M. 1507 W. 5th AVE. FLORALA, ALA. Miss Crousby rousby ral Hutcheson Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Crousby of 512 East Third Avenue, Flo- rala, Alabama, wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Angelia Kay, to Stevon Craig Hutcheson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Hutcheson of Lock, hart, Alabama. The wedding will take place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crousby on the afternoon on July 16, 1976 at 3:00 o'clock. No invitations will be mailed, but all relatives and friends of both families are invited to at- tend. Weekend Ouests Scottie Adams of Fort Wal- ton Beach, Florida, is spend- ing this week with his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Davis had as their guests over the 24th of June weekend, Dr. Frank C. Myers of Fort Walton Beach, Florida and their daughter, Mrs. Joyce Adams and son, Scottie, also of Fort Walton Beach, Florida. SUMMER SPECIALS YOUR HEALTH & AID NEEDS SALE PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 3 CORN SILK POWDER LOOSE OR PRESSED. ABSORBS EXCESS OIL. NEVER LOOKS POWDERY. NICE'N EASY THE SHAMPOO IN HAIR COLOR WITH BUILT IN CONDITIONER. ONE APPLICATION. OUR REG, ,PRICE $Z.17 97 KOTEX FEMININE NAPKINS REGULAR, SUPER AND MAXl PAD IZ COUNT BOXES m FINAL NET NON-AEROSOL HAIR SPRAY BY CLAIROL * UNSCENTED 8 OZ. SIZE 2//$300 SOUTH FIFTH STREET, FLORALA