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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECI~I~I~t~E~ISE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. bama, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 6:h Annual Nail Reunion Held Mr. John Summerlin, Clear Springs, Florida, Ms. Judy Ball, The Z6th Annual Nail Re- union was held on July 28, 1974, at the club house on Lake Jackson. This reunion has been held VOTE FOR AN D EL Jack L. Barge I O SERVE THE GROWING TO~I OF PAXTON AS ._ COUNCILMAN. , =O. POL. ADV. BY J ACK L.' .DIRGE. PAXTON_, FLORIOJI since 1948 when relatives and friends gathered together and rode in the back of a cow- truck to Columbia, Alabama for the first reunion. One mem- ber remembered having never missed a reunion. The only surviving child of the late Mr. and Mrs. Maril Nall, Mrs. MattieKirkland, Na- pier Field, Alabama attended along with these relatives: Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Tate, Napier Field, Alabama, Mrs. Becky Ledenham, Robert and Karen of Dothan, Alabama. Mrs. Oliver (Ada Bell) Nall had with her from Columbia, Alabama, Mr. and Mrs. Auburn Nail, Mr. Travis Nall, Tim, Marsha, Mrs..Annette Nall and Cathy, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Nall and Pare, and Mr. Craig Nail. From Cowarts, Alabama was Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nall and Michael, and Mrs. Clara Parker, Hartford, Alabama. Families of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. (Ella) Brackins attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. Brackins, Clear Springs, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Toby Aplin, Mardi and Colleen, Crestview, Florida. Decendants of Mr. and Mrs. B. Nall present were: Mr. and ' Mrs. Ed Nall of DeFuniak Springs, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. C u r t W a r r e n, DeFuniak Springs, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Shelly Nail, Lamarr, Niceville, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kilpatrick, Clarrisa, Mary Es- ther, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Dan (Bunnie) Nelson, Lee, Pen- sacola, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Gladys) Cawton, Au- gusta, Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. John (lnez) McCullough, Clear Springs, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Martin, Largo, Florida, Miss Faith Allen Mauldin, Pan- ama City, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Alva (Nellie) Skinner, Flo- rala, Alabama, Mrs. Carl (Mu- reel) Giddeon, Gainesville, Flo- rida, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Halle, Carrie Beth and Jason, Pax- ton, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Ha- rold McNeil, Debbie, AI and Archie of Florala, Alabama. Friends calling to enjoy the find food and friendship were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams, Paxton. Florida. Mr. Sam H. Williams, Monroeville. Ala- Dothan, Alabama, Mr. Brett Wood, Dothan, Alabama, Mr. David Corbitt, Andalusia, Ala- bama, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gunter, Florala, Alabama, Mrs. Robert O'Shielcls and Mrs. Os- car Adkinson, Clear Springs, Mr. Tommy Wilson, Pensacola, Florida. and Mrs. Wade Phil- lips, Florala, Alabama. The 27th Reunion will be held at Lake Jackson on July 27, 1975. PERSONAL Mrs. E. H. Baldwin had as her guest Monday her sister, Mrs. Anna Finch of Pensacola, Cindy Finch and Rosa Lee McKoy of Memphis, Tennes- see. A n rlc nnual in ugus in lusia Registration starts at 5:30 PeM. Entertai, ment 6:30 P.M. - Program at 7:15 P.M. AND LOOK WHAT WE HAVE PLANNED FOR YOU! e o BRIEF REPORTS on operation's of Co-DO, along with election of two Trustees. ENTERTAINING ADDRESS BY LOUIS STRONG, Executive Vice President of the Kentucky Rural Electric Association and former President of the National Rural. Elec- tric Cooperative Association. An ex- cellent humorous speaker. FUNominal Entertainment by WENDY BAGWELL and the SUN. LITERS. Their special style and brand of gospel music end humor have won them worldwide acclaim. And would you believe it? They are the only group to gross over a million on a recording entitled "Here Comes the Rattlesnakes". AWARDING OF FREE ATTEN- DANCE PRIZESincludlnge beabtlful 23" color television set, electric range, and many, many others. CONCESSION STANDS open for your convenience. LOUIS STRONG LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY WENDY BAGWE LL and the SUNLITERS Nashville, Tenn. ANDALUSIA/Brantley!Enterprise/ Samson WEIGHT WATCHERS CORNER By: taGambl Gee! We had a good class meeting Monday night with 29 present, 5 of them new mem- bers, with a weight loss of 49 I/2 pounds. This sounds like we have found some weak links in the chain that binds us to pro- blems that are great hinde- rances in our weight loss. Much attention was given to the program on "How you can feel better, look younger, and live longer" by staying legal on the weight watchers well balanced food program. This is one of the wea/-est links we want to strengthen first by staying, legal. There is no other way to feel good and have that energy like well balanced food. Try it! We had 3 fine young men to join our class Monday night and we are expecting more in the future to help us reach our ton- nage loss, which now is nearing 2 1/2 tons. Let's have fish again. Fish Creole With Rice 1 cup chopped celery, I cup onion chopped, I/2 cup green pepper chopped, l clove gar- lic crushed, 2 tablespoons diet margarine, 2 tablespoons pars- ley, I teaspoon salt, I/8 tea- spoon red pepper, I bay leaf, 2 cups tomato juice, 3/4 cup water, I pound fillet flounder cubed, 3 cups not cooked rice. Saunte onion, celery, pepper, garlic in butter until tender. Add parsley, seasoning, tomato juice, I/2 cup water; cover. Simmer 15 minutes. Add fish cubes and cook 15 minutes longer. Remove; serve on bay leaf, rice. (6). Be present Monday! Help us break the weak links in the chain -.7:00 o'clock. REVIVAL TIME AT WESTSIDE BAPTIST It will be revival time at Westside Baptist Church the week of August 4 through 11. The visiting minister will be evangelist John Oswalts, pastor of the Fulton Baptist Church, Fulton, Alabama. Services be- gin at 7:00 o'clock-15.m. The church pastor, Brother Billie Joe Williams invites everyone to attend. SINGING TO BE HELD AT 8 PLEASANT HILL There will be congregational singing at Pleasant Hill Church on Saturday, August 3 at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is invited. PLEASANT HILL SCHEDULES REVIVAL A revival has been scheduled for August 4 through 9 at 7:30 p.m. with Reverend Tucker Ap- lin preaching at Pleasant Hill Church. Everyone is invited. PERSONAL Friends of Henry McNeill will be interested to know that he is presently in the General Hospital in Ft. Walton Beach: Room 303, undergoing treat- meats. THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, PAT AYER .WINS THIRD ELEcTRI@ DEMC Pat Ayer, son of'~', and of charts Mrs. Smith Ayer, of Route l, wired. Florala won third place in the how district senior Four-H Elec- switch tric Demonstration. Pat has person two been in Four-H for five years light con and has participated in the Elec- The tric Demonstration twice before allows as a junior, their Pat's demonstration was on and given the 3-4 Way Switch. Pat built speaking a 3-4 way switch and by use DAYS From 4:30 a.m. 'Tel ?P'# Plate Lunch Short OWNER, RICK TAYLOR MY MINUTE "PREACHER, IF I WERE TO B BELIEVE, AND SHOULD t GOD HAS FOR ME, I WOULD BE CHURCH." This might well be religionists of Christ's day, wht flesh, would have nothing at all would have cast Him out, but this the He didn't belong to their setup. Of no man, nor set of men, great or child of God out of Christ's Churc HIS CHURCH. On condition of repe.n repentance toward God, and faith l.~ Christ -- we are born of the Spirt come members of the family of adds us to His Church. (See unit6d, church dignities of the our names from God's book--"The. life." Nearly fifty years ago, as a I was privileged, while preaching Tennessee, to stay in the home o women I have ever gnown. She waS God. Years before I knewSister truly born of the Spirit of God and un denpmination of the area where she lafer some of God's men, in the eventually attended, conducted a revt~ part of the country where this They preached u full salvation a cord in the heart of Sister the altar, sought and obtained.the bl, in His sanctifying fulness. The had lost her mind, so had her. ill will in her heart toward longer a member of that congreg the folk, so when 'they had always on hand to help out. still said that she was the best met. It is no crime to be put out is man-made, but none can put u which Christ is building -- the God. All that the Lord has ever geiVn of the past is ours today when we s ., , and settle it in our hearts that we a L I way through with Him. G. T. Bustin, Representing missionary ~ #;I I a Free • New Guinea, Indonesia, and Indi. . 7~l'j~-: I scription to FArrH AMB,~SSADOS for t_~#,~. I obligation. Write: CHRIST'S I LIFE CENTER, P.O. Box 348, LakeWO~" ,4[ I ~ : Available for speaking engagements. t could be one of the most mportant moves you ever made'r1# Because while you're learning a good vocation, you'll be earr" good pay at the same time. Along with the kind of benefits th.~'irtY really mean something. Like medical and dental care. Earn t!~ ir~0' traVO paid vacation days every year. And a chance to do some ,, too. There's no life like the Navy life if you want to be Sorne°rl~l~# Special. If you want to know where you're goincl Get full deta!', " NaVY how the Navy can help you get a move on see your local ..~ recruiter. He can tell you what you qualify for before you en ~'' JACK GARRETT, JR. P. O. BOX 1023, COURT SQUARE ANDALUSIA, ALABAMA 36420 PHONE 222-7385