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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. UCTION. DI,S.SEMIN~TLON STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. JULY 2, 1970 ' PAGE 3 dist Church o'f Geneva at 7:30 p.m. with the Rev. Lee R. Spen- cer officiating. No invttiations are being sent but all friends and relatives are invited to ~tttend. A reception will follow in the church social hall. JOHNSON'S ATTEND LINCOLN COLLEGE HOMECOMING ' Dr. and Mrs, Sherman Johnson, of Paxton, Florida just returned from Indianapolis, In- diana, after attending the 1970 Lincoln College Homecoming, June 18th, 19th, and 20th. This years program had a Hawaiian theme. Dr. Johnson attended two days of educational lectures, con- ducted by Lincoln faculty mem- bers and noted educators in the profession, designed tobroaden the chiropractor's knowledge of the latest developements and research advancements being made in his profession, there- by, better equiping him for practice. Dr. Richard M. Simon, pre- sident of Lincoln, and Dr. Ru- pert Von Fox, were host to the returning alumni. This year's chairman was Dr. Arnold Houser, an alumnus from Har- vey, minois. . . MISS LEWIS - Lewis lement Told cal Education from Troy State Geneva, Ala- University. She is currently teaching at the Walton Junior Ann, High School in DeFuniak son of Springs, Florida. Charlle Mr. Russell is the grandson Florida. of Mr. Dante1 Jackson Wise and the late Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Mrs. De- Russell of Florala. Hegraduat- Geneva anded from Paxton High School Albert ~in 1963. He received.his B.S. ,California. degree in Agricultural Educa,. are tion from Auburn University. Mrs. Charles He is currently teaching in DeFuniak Springs at the new graduate Walton Senior High School receiv- An August 7 wedding is plann- in Physi- ed in the First United Metho- PROPERTY OWNERS Of: FLYING INSECTS, THEY MAY BE TERMITES" YOUR LOCAL KItRSEY REPRESENTATLVE FOR A FREE INSPECTION (~qll Charles Creel, Opp, Collect 01t CALL OPP COLLECT, 493-4239 LPATCNED TRUCKS FOR QUICK SERVICE" BONDED TERMITE COMPANY P. O. BOX 385 OFF, ALABAMA HAROLD DOWDY TO SPEAK AT CHURCH OF CHRIST The l~lorala Church of Christ, located on South Third Street, facing Lake Jackson, will con- duct a series of evangelistic services beginning Monday night, July 6, and continuing through Sunday night, July 12. Services will be each night at 7:30, Central Day light Time. The speaker will be Harold Dowdy, who preaches for the South Jacksonville Church of Christ, 2209 Parental Home Road, Jacksonville, Fla. This will be his first appearance in Florala, although he is well known in other cities in the area. He is a young man of wide experience in the work of preaching the Truth. He iseasy to listen to, being an interest- ing speaker. He will welcome Bible questions, and will be. glad to be of help to anyone interested in learning more about the Word of the Lord. The local congregations invites all who can attend the meetings. You will find a warm welcome, and will not be asked to help in the cost of the meet- ings. LOCKHART LUMBER CO., Inc. LOCKHART, ALABAMA Re Closed 27 VACATION NOTICE Will Be Open July 6 annual vacation closing will commence at noon June 27 extend thru July 6, 1970. b tiring this period no shipments ;an be made. Can we help U anticipate your requirements. ~f~ Will reopen for business July 6, 1970. Thank You THE BANK OF FLORALA ~ISHES TO EXPRESS APPRECIATION TO THE PEOPLE THEIR ANTIQUES FOR DISPLAY IN THE BANK LOBBY DURING THE WEEK OF THE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION HUNDRED PEOPLE ENJOYED OBSERVING THIS EXHIBIT ~/E ASK THAT THE OWNERS PLEASE COME BY THE BAN K / ~!~ PICK-UP THEIR ANTIQUES IF THEY HAVE NOT ALREADY Birth Announce'.,ent PERSONALS Vows Unite Royce and Debbte Adams Friends of Mr. W. M. Cobb Sormrude are the proud parents regret to learn of his illness of aT lb. 9 1/2 oz. babygirl, and that he is confined to the-'Cla"k Collins She was named I~onda Mi- Veterans Hospital in Mont- r chelle and was born on June gomery. 17 at 10:25 a.m. at the Wire- Mrs. Mary NagT and child- J ]3 grass Hospital in Geneva. ten Davis and Anne Marie of une Grandparents of Rhonda are Newport, N.C. are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John D. Adams, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Ney Clark St. of F1orala and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Timmerman. of Destin, Florida, and Florala, Alabama, announce the mar- John Caldwell of Enterprise. Mr. and Mrs. Miiner Perry riage of their daughter, Anne PERSONALS of Eufaula, Ala. are receiving Penton Clark, to James Eugene Miss Beverley Thompson congratulations on the arrival Collins, son of Chief Master spent several days visiting re- of a 6 re. 6 oz. boy, born Sergeant and Mrs. James How- latives in Pensacola last week. the 19th. He has been named ard Collins of Fort Walton Matthew Milner Perry. Mrs. Beach, Florida. Mrs. Dewayne Adams and Katherine Perry is the proud The marriage was quietly son of Fort Walton visited her grandmother, solemnized on Saturday, June 13, at 10:00o'ctock in the morn- parents' during the weekend. Mr. M. L. Robbins is spend- ing in the presence of mem- ing several days in Marianna burs of the immediate families Mrs. Story Sanson and Miss with his son Douglas Robbins at Fort Walton Beach, Florida, Jackie Bedsole of l~ensacola and family, in the sanctuary of the Clnco spent several days this week Bayou Baptist Church. The Rue- with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Sonny) erend Llndsay Boyd united the Kendrick and sons, Morgan and couple in an impressive double- Mrs. Lena Pearl Everett and Craig of Atlanta and Mr. and ring ceremony. daughter Miss Francis Everett Mrs. Kenneth Kendrick and The bride, given in marriage of Birmingham visited with sons Jeffery and Scott of Myrtle by her father, chose a sand Mrs. M. A. George and Mrs. Beach, S. C. spent several days . colored Cici original ensemble Mildred P. Kendrick during the last week with their mother, with matching accessories. Her Centennial Celebration.- Mrs. Mildred P. Kendrick. only ornamentation was an heir- loom pin of her maternal great Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rhnades Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price grandmother. Her flowers con- and children of Enterprise were of DeFuntak are receiving con- sisted of a single bronze or- recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. gratulations on the arrival of chid. Attending as Maid of Honor Reeves. a 7 lb. boy born June 16. was her cousin, Miss Melissa He has been named Christa- Bryan Clark, of Columbus, Recent guests of Mrs. Dennis pher Steele Price. Grand- Gecrg~% and Florala, Alabama. Jackson "were Mr. and Mrs. parents are Mr. and Mrs. W.W. She wore a complementing out- Wilbur Windhnm and daughter, Price and Mr. and Mrs. I~ther meg coat-dress with a beanti- Miss Margo Milton of Eau Galie, Williams. ful orchid corsage. Ronald W. Fla. anal" Mr. and Mrs. Leon Collins, brother of the groom BONNIE SUTHERLAND, cosmetolegystudentatMacArthurTech Jackson and son of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips and of Fort Walton Beach, gives a manikin a new hair style. Fla. Miss Milton will spend of Fort Polk, La. visited with Florida, was best man. some time with her grand- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Collins is the grand- mother. Clarence BushandMr. andMrs, daughter of Mrs. Lilli Kern Cosmetology Course To Begin At Bill Phillips, recently. Glass and the late Folsom La- Mrs. Tom Armstraughn and Mont Glass and of the late Ewell two lovely daughters, Misses Misses Nancy and Sharon Ney Clark and Vivian I_Alcille MacArthur Tech July 13 Laura and Kelye Armstraughn Ausley of Montgomery spent Parker Clark. She isagraduate of Denver, Col. are spending last week with their grand- of Choctawhalchee High School MacArthur State Technical one in July and one in January. eeveral weeks with her parents, mother, Mrs. Easter Ward. as a Regents' Scholar and at- Institute will begin a new cos- Applications for these classes Mr. and Mrs. Millard Frazier. tended the University ofmetolngy class on July 13. Cos- are taken at anytime during the Mrs. Till Calvin of High Alabama. Mr. Collins, also a metology is a one year course year. MISS CANNON HONORED Springs, Florida spent last week graduate of Choctawhatchee which trains students in theory Miss Kay Cannon, bride=elect with her father, Mr. C. C. Cobb. ' High School, is a Senior at and practical experience of all Students and instructors will Auburn University where he phases of beauty culture begin their summer vacationon of Lt. John Ray, was honored will be in Decemberacandidate and prepares them to take the June 26, however, the school with a coffee on Wednesday for the B.S. Degree in Aria- State Board Examination for an office will be open to take ap= morning, Juno 17. Hostesses tion Mangaement and commis- operator's license, plications, etc. Classes in all were Mrs. Al Dunnam and Mrs. 7XuS.P'I~N. SJV, :r~g.V Z-3-6/ sion as a Second Lieutenant The school starts two cos- departments will resume on P. A. Petrey. The party was " metologT classes per year - July 13. held at the Dunnam home on ~f~.,~ FF.~T~ ~" in the United States Air Force Reserve. Lakeview Drive. ELVIS PRESLEY Immediately following the DINNER PARTY MARYTYLER ceremony the bride's parents On Sunday evening, June 14, MOORE entertained the wedding party Lt. John Ray and Miss Kay ~ and guests for brunch at their Cannon were entertained with "CHANGE beach house. The spacious a dinner party hosted by Mr. OF HABIT" ~ Florida room was tastefully and Mrs. Herman I.nrte and ..... ~ decorated with arrangements of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith. BARBARAMcNAIR.~.,=o magnolia and oleander lnsilver The dinner was held at the and antique porcelain con.. Lurie home in Paxton. The tainers. The bride's table was guests attending were Mrs. covered with an emerald satin Ernest Cannon, mother of the cloth trimmed in wide ecru bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. John lace. The center arrangement Ray, parents of the groom-el- of the long table consisted of a massive silver candelabra with eat, Mr. Jim Cannon, Miss white tapers centerlngacrystal Eddie Smith, Mr. Bill Gools- epergne cascading white blaB- by and Miss Anne Greene. sores and greenery. DINNER PARTY Geests, including the bride and groom, were Mr. and Mrs. Lt. John Ray and Miss Kay Howard Collins, parents of the Cannon were honored with a S-&-7".T groom, Ronald Collins andCal- dinner party at the Andalusia vin Collins, his brothers, Mrs. Country Club on Wednesday ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! BEST ACTOR JOHN WAYNE F. LaMent Glass, grandmother evening, June 1% Hostesses of the bride, of Greenville, Ala- were Mrs. Charles Jernigan bama, and Dr. and Mrs. Neff and Mrs. Mack Sawyer, Lt. Ray P. Clark, Melissa and Penton and Miss Cannon were married Clark of Columbus, Georgia, on June 20. nearest relatives of the bride. The couple is now residing Better Sound, Picture and Color LUNCHEON at 2050 Pepperell Parkway, A luncheon on Friday, June ~:~;~j;ii;i;iiiiiii~ Apartment 55, Opelika, Ala. CABLE CHANNEL NETWORK LOCATION, CHAN'NEL home honoring MiSs Kay Can- - PERSONALS - 2 Educ. Dozier, AIo. (2) non and Lt. John Ray. Mrs. Seymour Gitenstein and Mrs. Mrs. J.A. Crumley and 3 ABC Pensacola, Fla.(3) C. N. Matthews hosted the lun- daughter, Beth, of Camp Hill, 4 CBS/ABC Dothon, AIo. (4) chepn for several out-of-town .... .oL,~,,~t ....... Pa. visited her mother, Mrs. 5 CBS Mobile, "" (5) guests who were in Florala JOHN GLEN KIM Jess Johnson and sister, Pat, for the wedding of IX. Ray and of Florala during the week of 6 CBS Tel lobes e, Fla. (6) Miss Cannon. the 24th of June celebration. 7 NBC/ABC Panama ( ty, Fla. (7) LUNCHEON Friends are sorry to learn 8 Music, Time,& Weather A bridesmaid's luncheon was Mrs. Edwin Lord was admitted 10NBC Mobi le, AIc. (10) held on Saturday, June 20, hen- to the Florala Memorial HoB- 11Educ. ToJlahassee, Fla. (11) oring Miss Kay Cannon and her pital this week. wedding attendants. Mrs. Hub.. 12 NBC Montgomery, Ala. (12) ert Evans and Mrs. Joe Evans Mrs. Faye Eunlce spent last were the hostesses and the week in ColUmbus, Ga. visiting Phone 858 7051 luncheon was held at the Evans Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eunice. " home on North Sixth Street. D_#~bt~ ...... Those attending were Mrs. Ern- ~~~ Mr. and Mrs. Burl Dantels est Cannon, mother of thebride- of Fort Walton Beach, Fla. spent elect, Mrs. John Ray, mother of the 24th of June with Mr. and I) the groom-elect, Mrs. Jim T~,~ ~~~~y Mrs. Oscar Nobles. King, Montevallo, Alabama, TRY OUR 10 DAY FREE Mrs. DOn Kimbrough, Dayton, .,~I~ ~1~;" l~~ Mrs. L B. Watson has re- . Tennessee, Miss Alice Parker, turned home from a visit to (A Micanopy Group Company) Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Miss ,~i~ ~=::: .... ~- Pensacola. Daphne Dwyer, Montgomery .... ,p~(fj,-- ' Alabama; Mrs. DOn ShRrpe of ~ _ m = i _ i i Montgomery and Miss Clara 0NEDAY...abildwat~er... Rasberry of Florala. " THE NEXT DAY_the Love God? AFTER REHEARSAL ~i~rz / .~e DINNER ~l~"/IOl~t,S/b~,~ THE FLORALA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL on Friday evening, June 19 an after rehearsal dinner party ~ [] was held at the Andalusia IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE RELOCATION OF THE Country Club for the members of the Ray- Cannon weddingb'-4;" 7-~ party. Those attending theparty F@Rrll~6"~* were, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Florala Memorial Hospital Outpatient Clinic Cannon, parents of the bride- elect; Mr. and Mrs. John Ray, parents of the groom-elect; MIss Daphne Dwyer, MIssAlice ~11~ .,