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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 2 Annual Cox Family Reunion Event Of July 6 :THE FLORALA NEWS - COVINGTON . " CHAPTER 444 TO MEET Covington Chapter #441 will have their first meeting Thurs- day, July 18 at 7:30 p.m. since The descendants of Elijah yals, Mr. andMrs. JackHouse, the installation of officers. and Florence Parker Cox held all of Pensacola. their annual reunion in the Family of Henry and Fannie Worthy Matron Martha Sue picnic area on Like Jackson Cox Lancaster: Ilean Mc- Hattaway encourages all mem- bers to come and support their ~; ,: July 6, 1974. Donald, Florala; Frances Stsf- chapter. i~= .... Those attending were: ford, Crestview, Fla. ~, Family of WillaudTildaCox: Family of Neal and Eliza- GOOD advantage Mr. and Mrs. HermanCox, Ea- beth Cox: Mr. and Mrs. Royce EBENEZER BAPTIST of as.00 ss ....... gle Lake, Fla.; Mrs. Eunice Cox, Florala; Jack Cox aud gift MondtY Saudlin, Pensacola, Fla.; Larry, Mobile, Ala.; Leon and TO OBSERVE be extenCsd ~i~;~i ~ Aubrey Cox, Florala; Mrs. Martha Jo Richardson, John So you sti] I hi Lucille Lindsey, Bartow, Fla.; and Mrs. Mike Cox and daugh- HOMECOMING re-join at a Mrs. Naomi Cox, Fort Walton ter Amy Cox, Plainville, Ga.; i i Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Randall David and Donna Sergeant and t ~ Ebenezer Baptist Church willwasOUr3atte:dZne ~ i Carter, Winter Haven, Fla.; son, ,Billy Sergnant. Calhoun observe Homecoming Sunday, gular mesl~ Mr. and Mrs. James Cox, Billy Ga. July 21with Sunday School ache- life.timers ' ~*-~ ...... and Lottie, Valdosta, Ga.; Mr. Family of Frank andBessie duled at 10:00 a.m., and morn- fo 24 prese# • ~:; .... ;~;~.~ ~,'~ and Mrs. Tom Bruffy, Dawn Cox: Mrs. Bessie Cox, Mont- ink worship at 11:00 a.m. is 4,290 3/41 • ~ ~i and Greg, Deer Park, Texas; gomery, Ala.; Lysbeth Cox, ~ ~~: Dinner will be served at the-fat bank", JOe David Cox, Eagle Lake, Belfort, Texas; Daniel andBeth church at 12:00 noon. There Don't fail Fla.; Bradley and David Schull, Cooper, Salt Lake City, Utah; will be singing and special of the oppo~ Pensacola; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dean and Frances Chandler, i services in the afternoon. Cox, Lakeland, Fla.; Mr. and Montgomery; Phil Chandler, Mrs. Barry (Royal) Cox, Pam Montgomery, Ala.; Mr. and .... ~ ~ Everyone is invited to attend your eating' i and join with us in this ser= "sllm trim" without piBS, and Christy, Punia Gordan, Mrs. James Cox, Harold, Ca- vice. machines w Fla.; Lasso Watson, Lakeland, rol, and Janet, Eclectic, Ala. price lasts, Fla.; Mamie Clary and Scott, Friends of the family at- Florala; John and Judy Spring- tending: Louise and Eva Weir, LBW OFFERING Well, so m the tomato c dr, Bartow, Fla. Opal Maraman, Mrs. John ~ llshed in the Family of Dan and Annie Flourney, Mr. and Mrs.Scrog- Cox Royals: Mr. and Mrs. Fo- gins, Florala; Mrs. Eva Bul- AREA JOB ago from the man Royals, Mrs. Maudie Re- lard, Montgomery, Ala. program emd PLACEMENT SERVICE here it is, recipe, for 54 CCHS "l • ' ,, ass X II o A year_round job placemeni I xarge c~m service, now operating at Lur- tomato Juice Hold Class Reunion i ~il leen B. Wallace State Junior celery, ltel College, has been established mace and ce to benefit LBW students and es, 8 pePPe alumni, as well as employers spoon dry m~ garlic, i ba~ The 1954 graduating class of sident, is in charge of the an- located throughout the area. cider vinegaZ ?/ 1 Vows Unite covington County HighSchool nuM. Former teachers will P{ icia Carroll T( The function of the LBW pepper, salt will hold a class reunion in be honored at that event. Job r}~cement Bureau is to CaRl sweetene Florala, Saturday, August 10. The banquet that evening will af udents in locating part- spoon sugar Mrs.Roy Rhodes, Jr., of En- be in the Florala High School ti~ full-time employment. terprise, the former Alice lunchroom at 7:30 p.m. The h, .ion individuals who have Boil the , Sander's sol ert Bisho[ the class, said a planning meet- feature the same theme used• will he assisted in finding sa- j,t ing will be held in her parents when the class graduated twenty tisfactory positions in their quick evaporl home (Mr. and Mrs. Merton years ago, "When The Saints respective fields, by half. stir vent scorCht theon June 8, 1974 EvelynnJack- Marie Jackson, cousin o Reeves) in Florala, Sunday, : Go Marching in". The Bureau will serve area zs muchspatt .son and Dwight Sanders were bride, served as flowergirland July 28 at 3 p.m. Members Mrs. Rhodes said a special employers by putting them in on pan. PC married in a lovely double ring wore a blue floor length gown. of the class who are in and invitation is extended to the touch with interested students. ceremony by Reverend William Music was presented by Mrs. around Florala are asked to husbands and wives of class The placement service will strainer and Aplin at the home of thebride's Lynda Truman. Arran Ca~sidy attend, members, assist employers seeking part- from celery back in sldl parents, Mr, and Mrs. Floyd served as best man. The ~an- All members of the class time or full-time workers on remaining iv Jackson. The groom's parents dlelighter was RonaldFrancis are asked to send information either a temporary or per- are Mrs. Julian Sanders of Sam- of Pensacola, Florida. The and reservations for the Au- NATUmAL a~ID~E manent basis, sweetener. son and Mr. Oscar Sanders of rings were placed on a satin gust 10 event to either Mrs. "--" .............. Seth Hammett, Director of cook 10 mi Troy. pillow with blue ribbons carried Rhodes, 813 Crawford, Enter-f'M|ID~M LBW's recently implemented fast.simmer The bride, given in marriage by Mike Rushins, nephew of the prise or P.O. Box 303, Flo- we ,-- .... Cooperative Education pro- don,t let it the sweetene by her father, wore a floor groom, rala. gram, will also headthePlace- frigerator t~ length gown of satin and lace, At the reception which fol- Open House is scheduled for NEWS ment Bureau. The two pro- (it will keeP f' witlf a matching veil. She car- lowed, Jay Jackson served the 3:00 p.m. on reunion day (Au- - ...... grams differ in that students some to you ried a cluster of blue caxna- three-tiered blue and white gust I0) and will be held at _ we .are. gxaa. to re.po~ umt enrolled in the Co-op program Weight WatCh tions with streamers. Sharon cake. Sue McNeill and Carol the Lake Jackson Clubhouse. ny me help oxme Lomanosome are limited to work experience scant 2 c~ • ,, very kind friends we have been Thompson, serving as maid of Chamblee served the wedding A mira annual, The Class of ........ in their chosen field of study, tablespoon ~_ honor wore a lovely blue print punch from crystal punch bowls ,~a |n "7d" wl]l h~ ~wil~bl~ ante to compmte our pennung .................. The placement service, how- of tomato Juice, floor length gown and carried a surrounded with green leaves Kenneth Ward. class vice pre- .and. other work that we set out ever, is offered free of charge yellow mum with streamers, and blue pore pores. Appoint- to no. "x~anK ~a zor at. :~ow C~ili Sauce: --'~-~ we wK! move on to other things, to those seeking any type of crushed red _ ._._,_.___ ments of crystal held the nut ,f! /// ~ We had a good service last off-campus jobs. catsup whe.n.fI " ~ andjudymlntS.sanders of Samson at- ~I ~ ~ [ Sunday and a good attendance, According to Hammett, the simmer addlU = ~ tended the Bride's book and re- . . ~ ;,"~ f~ _~ so we are looking for bigger Placement Bureau has already This is good "~'L~ ~ /~ things with the help of the g-J~d had numerous requests from ',i ~ ~d~ gisterud the ninny guests-in at, .... ~_~~A/./ Lord. ' employers for a variety of jobs ] >~ ~-=~ Evelynn is a 1974 graduate of ........ ~::~-~:~t"~-~~~# Come worship with useach ranging from service station PERSO] :-~-7]r Florala High School where she ~~~ second ~gs attendant to a vacuum cleaner Mr. and Mr! }: : _'--~,11 served as a majorette for the ':~~ Hobson ent salesman. Hammett addedthat and sons, ge~ ~-=--~-}I Wildcat band. Dwight is a 1971 :~i~.. Pastor the college has always main- '~. tained cordial relationships Long Beach, ' ~, -- ~i!graduate of Samson. ~'~,-J with many employers and every Mr, and Mrs, ~, After a short honeymoon the I ~ couple will make their home in IT'S A BOY REVIVAL SERVICES effort will be made to assist and daugh/~ ~p~..~ employers throughout the area and Sharon TYPEWRITERS and ADDING MACHINES CLEANED AND REPAIRED Walker BUSINEgS MACHINES COURT SOUARE ANDALUSIA, ALA. PERSONALS Hacoda. FASHION Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Hopkins and three boys were recent guests of her father Theodore Bryan and wife. Mrs. Hopkins willbe remem- bered as Shirley Jones who was employed by Taylor Parts of Andalusia a few years back. They now reside in De- troit, Michigan. LIKE TO OWN A DRESS SHOP? ALL NAME BRAND LADIES' WEAR FACTORY FRESH LA'rEST STYLES YOUR CUSTOMERS SAVE UP T0"50% Complete Inventory...Beautiful Redwood Fixtures.. Complete Training Program VERY HIGH EARNINGS INVESTMENT S 12,500 VISIT OUR STORES...TALK TO OWNERS CHOICE AREAS AVAILABLE CALL COLLECT MR. TODD...904/396-1707 OR WRITE HY-STYLE SHOPPE P O. Box 26009...Jacksonville, Fla 32218 5-29"8T C • It is with a grateful and humble heart that I thank you for the vote of confidence you gave me on June 4. I will do everything possible to prove worthy of your trust. To those good Democrats who supported Mr. Woods, I earnestly so- licit your support in joining with us to keep Alabama on the move to even greater things. Sara, Jere, Jr., Julie and Bee join me in thanking you for your support and your prayers. Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Bob) G. Rollins (nee Marie John- son), formerlly of Florala but now residing in Selma, Ala- bama, announce the arrival of a six pound, twelve ounce son. The young man made his first appearance Tuesday, July 9, 1974 at Van Memorial in Selma and has been named Christopher Eric. FHS AND MacARTHUR PLAN CO-OP PROGRAM The Florala High School and MacArthur Technical In- stitute at Opp plan to work cooperatively in a program where a student may attend both schools and receive credit from both schools. This should in- terest students who Nan to go to the vocational school after high school graduation. The scbools plan to work this into a main program by the 1975-76 school year, but it will be started this year (74-75). A student would .attend Flo- rala High School three periods a day and MacArthur Tech two periods a day. The student must be 16 years old and pay fees required at MacArthur Tech. if any. The normal fees are: $5 registration (paid once only), and $7.50 per month for a part time student. The tex- tile course does not require any monthly fees. Transportation will have to be worked out and it must work into the student's schedule for him to be able to do this. Any Florala High School stu- dent interested should contact the Florala High School prin- cipal's office by Tuesday, July 23, 1974. The students andpa- rents are encouraged to come talk to the principal about this. Any new families with child- ren or students coming intothe Florala High School area should go by the school office and re- gister the students right away if this has not been done al- ready. This is very important and will save much timeforthe new student. It will also enable him to get into classes he wants by registering before school opens. Students will begin school Wednesday, August 28, 1974, TO BE HELD The Hopewell United Metho- dist Church will hold revival services beginning Sunday evening July Zl through Fri- day evening July 26, each even- ing at 7:30. Guest evangelist will be the Reverend George R. Waller, pastor of the New Bethel United Methodist Church of Crestview, "Florida. The pastor, the Reverend Harry Kemper and the con- gregation invite everyone to attend. PERSONAL Carla "Jennie" Burresswu recently the house guest for several days with Mr. and Mrs. Julian Luke of Enterprise, Ala- bama and Reverend and Mrs. John W. F.reed of Crestview, Florida. Reverend Free is the pastor of First Luthern Church in Florala. KATHERINE CANNON ATTENDS INSTITUTE AT AU Katherine Cannon of Floraia, Alabama was among some 125 cosmetologists who attended the third annn~1 cosmetology Insti- tute at Auburn University on June 16-19. Guests artists for the insti- tute were Mrs. "#era Sitar of Minneapolis and James Ylar of Mem~tts. Assisting the guest artists were ~lde Holt of De- cah~r, Jane Holt of Mont@omery, Ednel Curl of Gadsden and Car- lend Barefoot of Alabaster. Auburn University profes- surs tsoght academic subjects for the institute. E. Warren Wood of Atlanta presented in- formation on nutrition, skin and hair care. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs, Theodore By- ran. Jr., and their two child- ran wu here the week of the 4th vlsiUng his father, Theo- dore, Sr, and hla wife. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Aston and three boya visited here during the Fcazrth of ~aly. They visited with Mrs. Astons father, Theodore Bryan and Larry Hamilton and friend, Greg A. Freeland of San An- tonio, Texas, visited Larry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- mer Hamilton, for the week- end of the 4th of July. Mrs, J. W. Snipes and Mrs. l~oice Tyner attended home. coming services at Corner Creek United Methodist Church on Sunday, July 14. The Cor- ner Creek Church was founded by Mrs. Snipes' groat grand/a. thor, Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGee of Naples, Florida spent sev- eral days with his brother and wUe, Mr. and Mx~s. Fred Mc- Gee of Lockhari recently. Miss Sharon Hamilton who is a member of Congressman Bill Dickinson's staff in Washing- ton, D.C. is visiting her pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hamilton. Mrs. C. A. Ganey is spend- ing some time with Mr. and Mrs. Max Richburg and Miss Rachel Amanda in Alexandria, Virginia. Mr. Selma Wise is presently confined in the Mizell Memorial Hospital in Opp. Friends wish for him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Adams, Joel and Daune of Lakeland, .Florida, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan F. Adams of Paxton. Miss Jackie Roth and her friend, Sandra Hall of Brew- ton, are visiting with Jackie's grandparents of Paxton, Mr. and Mrs. Dan F. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blank- enbeck (Jerline Worley)and friends from Pensacola, were guests of her mother, Mrs. Pearl Worley, Sunday. They enjoyed a picnic lunch on Beautiful Lake Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Suggs, Jr., of Pensacola were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Woodham.'- Mr. M. L. Robbins continues ill at his home in Lockhart. His friends wish for him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McLaney Mrs. T. M. Gresham from Opp spent the weekend with Mrs. Chance and Frances. Mr. and Mrs. lqhoice Tyner attended funeral services for Mr. W. A. Wooten, held from Commander Funeral Home in DeFuniak Springs, Florida, on Saturday, July 13. Mr. Woolen was an employee of the Florala Post (~fice In the 1930~s. Mr. C. C. Cobb spent Sunday in The Hopewell Community visiting with friends and re- latives. Mrs. C. M. Chance, Route One, Florala, and Mrs. T. M. Gresham spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. AI Willard in Birmingham. Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Freedy McGee and Christi Ml- chelle of Pensacola spent sev. eral days with his p~rents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGee. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chance from Edna, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike McCullan and baby, Robyn, from Jackson, Miss., who spent the weekend with Mrs. C. M. Chance and Frances, left Sunday for their respective homes. Mrs. Kay Cannon attendad a Seminar on Advanced COs.. metology at Auburn Univer- sity, June/16 through 19, 1974, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Daniel of Midland City are spending some time with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Stevenson, Chuck and Suane. Mrs. Clara Parker of Geneva is spending this week with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Woodham, Friends of Mrs. Annie L. Davis will be glad to know that she has returned home after being confined in a local hos- pital for several days. She is reported to be feeling much better. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Chance and Mr. and Mrs. James Scri- vener from Mobile, spent the this school year. A fullwife of 108 E. 3rd Street. of Montgomery spent the week- weekend with their mother and • school calendar will be pub- The AMens llve in Dearborn, .end with Mr. aad Mrs. W.W. grudmotber, Mrs. C, M, llshed later. Mlcl~ .~ , ~ ~, : ~ Ud Frimeu C~; who avail themselves of this service. Recent high school graduates and others planning to enter LBW this Fall may contact Hammett for additional infor- mation. Prospective employ- ers are also urged to contact LBW's Placement Dirpctor. gomery their Mrs. Easter Mrs. grandson, Dennison, several days in Florala. PERSONAL Mrs. GUy Wilson had as her guest this week her niece, Mrs. Juanlta Woodham Denton from Roanoke, Virginia. Mrs. Denton will be remem- bered as secretary and pianist of the First Baptist Church in 1940=41. Mr. and of Ocale, Albert Foley Sebring, visitors vey Barnes Mr. and Hayesand Texasare parents, Mr. lial~So SPRING & SU MERCHANDISE Dresses--Swim Sportswear Famous Name .BrO (Come early for best selections!) FLORALA, ALA.