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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 4 THE FLORALA NEWS. THURSDAY AUGUST Miscellaneous Bridal Shower AMEmCA. LEGION TO HOLD MEETING Honors Sharon Matthews , ;f.> Miss Sharon Matthews, were served from silver ap- bride-elect of SalSaraneiti, was pointments. ~omplimented with a morning The bride-elect was lovelyin coffee and miscellaneous bridal a knit dress .of soft pink.~ A TONI GHT The American Legion Auxi- liary No. 304 invites all per- sons who received a letter of invitation to the Legion to meet at Carver Community Center Thursday nlght~..A~.'~t.3 at shower, Wednesday, July 15, at gardenia corsage, pr~s.e0ted by 7:30 o'clock. TFk~.no~:.that' is the home of Mrs. S. E. Faine. the hostesses complet(~l her tonight. ' ' '.'.~;.~,:';. Hostesses with Mrs. Faine attire .'" Remember t~e@ay.~.dti~d-- ' :',. s . were Mrs. C. H. Wallis, Mrs. The honoree enjoy.ed'opening tonight at 7:30 o'clock., .~'.':. Sam Jackson, and Mrs. Harold her many lovely '~nU useful "" " Geohagan. shower gifts. The hostess gift Meeting To The Faine home was beauti- was a serving piece in her se- fully decorated with flower ar- rangements carrying out the bride-elect's chosen colors of purple and lavender. Mrs. Jackson received the guests at the door and intro- duced them to the honoree, and her mother, Mrs. C. N. Mat- thews. The serving table, covered with a white linen and lace cloth was centered with an arrange- ment of lavender flowers with burning tapers in silver. Mrs. Geohagan presided at the silver coffee service. Mrs. Wallis served a dainty party andwich loaf. Mints and nuts lected silver pattern. Among the friends attending the coffee were Mrs. John Hell, aunt of the bride-elect from Ozark. PERSONALS - Mrs. Willard Powelland Beth have returned from a visit with relatives in Texas. They visited Mrs. Powell's niece and family in Corpus Christi, her brother and family in Hamlin and another niece in Fort Worth. They toured Six Flags while in Fort Worth. I I I WE WILL BUILD YOU A NEW BRICK HOME ANYWHERE IN THIS AREA 30 LOTS TO CHOOSE FROM! F.H.A.-VA.=23S- FARMERS HOME LOAN OR CONVENTIONAL AS LOW AS s2OO DOWN WITH LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS CONTACT: BISHOP LAND DEVELOPERS TOMMY BISHOP ROBERT BISHOP PHONE 4- 5 I O 2 I@ NO ANSWER 7-29SS P.O. BOX 3 8 2 FLORALA, ALA. Be Held At Old Armory A meeting will be held to- night (Thursday) at 7:30 o'clock at the old Armory Hall on South Fifth Street. All interested citizens of Florala, Lockhart, and Paxton are urged to attend this im- portant meeting. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss Little League.Base- ball and Men's and Women's Softball Leagues. All concerned persons should make a special effort to attend this meeting. DEMOCRATS PLAN SPEAKING TOUR I N WALTON COUNTY The Democrctic Executive Committee are announcing a speaking tour in Walton County, Florida. On August 5, a speaking will be held at Red Bay; August I0, Point Washington; August 19, Glendale; August 26, DeFuniak Springs; September 3, Freeport and September 8, Paxton. All speaking will get going at 7 o'clock each of the nights. THREE-DAY REVIVAL HELD AT LIME SPRINGS METHODIST A three-day revival was held at Lime Springs United Metho- dist Church, July 27 thru 30th. Sunday night, August 6th, Arthur Forrester willpresent a program on The Holy Lands, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. For- rester is a gifted speaker and has traveled the Holy Lands extensively. The pastor, Kenneth Taylor cordially invites everyone to attend. CHAPEL VISITOR Is the title given to Mrs, Furman Harrison's Job as she, left, explains opportunities for religions service available at Ft. Rucker, Alabama, to Mrs. Walter Aplin. It is a part of a new program of the Army Aviation Center Chaplain Section which seeks to discover the religious preference of re- cent arrivals on post and then help to enlist them in the various activities. Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. Aplin are both from Florala, Alabama. FORT RUCKER'S PROGRAM SELECTED FOR Announcement has been made by the chief of Chaplains, De- partment of the Army, that a 'program from Fort Rucker's chaplain section, directed by Chaplain (Colonel) Burton G. Hatch, is one of three selected for use at Army installations. The three are the top sug- gestions made during a cam- paign initiated in 1971 to garner ideas from post chaplains for new methods of ministry to sup- port the spiritual needs of mili- tary communities. Originally, Fort Rucker's proposal, called "Lay Parti- cipation and Leadership," was one of 14 prototypes choses for development. Its merit was proven during a test period from November 1971 through June 1972, and final judgment was based on the afteraction report forwarded to higher headquarters by the project of- ricer, Chaplian (Captain) Roy N, Mathis. The object' of the program is to locate, enroll, train, and utilize lay personnel in reli- gious activities at the Army Aviation Center. That is ac- complished through the employ- ment of a "chapel visitor" who makes the initial contact with all new personnel moving into family housing units on vest. ARM Y USE Based on information ob- tained from a survey card given to the family at the post hous- ing office, the chapel visitor prepares a packet tailored to the family's needs. For in- stance, if the new arrivals are of the Catholic faith, the packet will include a schedule of ser- vices, a letter of welcome from a Catholic chaplain, and cards to determine where and how the family would like to serve in the chapel program. An important part of the plan is the follow-up action that is taken. This is done by the cha- pel visitor, as well as by unit chaplains, program directors, and other religious leaders. Their participation is enlisted by the memorandums provided them by the chapel visitor after the first contact. Those meetings with new fa- milies have been made since March by Mrs. Furman Har- rison of Ft. Rucker. Working out of the Religious Education Center, she averages three visits a day, according to Chap- lain Mathis. He stated, "This new pro- gram is one of the main rea- sons for religious participation on post doubling during Fis- cal Year 1972." He is now preparing a man- ual, setting forth guidelines for "Lay Participation and Lea- dership." It will be sent to the Office of the Chief of Chaplains for reproduction and distribu- tion to other Army Installations. SGT. ROBERTS' UNIT EARNS OUTSTANDING AWARD Shop Early And Save Up To Boys' Jeans I Table of Shop Early and Save 20% On All Boys' Wear. ' ' ' 'SPORTCOATS- " -- HAVE A GREAT SUPPLY OF THE REGULAR LEG JEANS, AND LEVI S CORDUROY r REGULAR' I.imifed GuontilvTO ' d BELL BOTTOMS IN FASHION COLORSl. $59.95 1 TABLE OF 1/2 PR QUAN TI TY LIMITED I TABLE 1/2 PRI AS LOW AS $5.0O I RACK OF l MEN'S cASUAL KNITSHIRTS "TO JOIN THE JEAN SCENE" 20% off Staff Sergeant Wayne E. Ro- berts, brother of Kenneth B. Roberts of Middlefield, New York, has received recognition for helping his California based squadron earn the U. S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. Sergeant Roberts is a tele- phone equipment repairman with the Strategic Air Com- mand's (SAC) 33rd Communi- cations Squadron at March Air Force Base. The squadron received the award for excep- tio0ally meritorious service from July 1970 through June 1971. The 33rd was cited for significant contributions to the mission of SAC and the command's Fifteenth Air Force which is headquartered at March. During the period covered by the award, the squadron maintained and im- proved vital communications links and was accorded com- mand recognition for general excellence. The sergeant will wear a distinctive ribbon as a per- manent decoration to mark his affiliation with the squadron. Sergeant Roberts, is, a 1957 graduate of Cherry Valley Cen- tral High School, New York. His wife, Hazel, is the daughter of Harmon H. Gatlinof Laurel Hill, Florida. MEN'S SUITS REG. $90.00 JOHNSON-RHOADES QUANTITY LIMITED "The Most Complete Men & Boys' Store in r4orala" LIBRAR Y NEWS Orchids to Mr. Oc6r.ge son and the sta'ff "f~J.m Trails Libr~ry~ :'~'~'.Opp for " comi~ .- dowfi..~..t~'::~fhblp us cata[~uei ~n~.'~'~l~;:~Any new books. ' "' .~ A resume of the new books would go like this: For the little folk: George and the NOISY ghost, A firefly named Torchy~ The Egg Tree, Being an Ameri- can can be Fun, The Pbbple Zoo, The Lorax Wake Up and Good Night, Cowboy Small and Surprise for Porky Pup. Light Fiction: Nurse in Training, The Crape Myrtle Tree, The Case of the Tick- lish Tooth, Cumash Summer, Beneath another Sun, The First Four Years, and A Place for Ingrid. For the Space-Age Group: World's Fair 1992, Getting ac- quainted with Comets, Dis- covering Natural Science, Mar- coni--Father of Radio. Fiction: A Key to Many Doors by Emilie Loring, Out of the Rocks, Yesterday's Child (the story of an unwed mother). Also, we have Post's "The Wonderful World of Weddings';, Selected Poems of Emily Dick- inson, Play Therapv-A book of true case histories of children of loneliness, How to Live Longer, A Digest of 500 Plays, Douglas McArthur-Front line General, The Indian Heritageof America and Indian Fishing and camping. Boys will enjoy the Johnny Unitas Story. Ane then we have women who shaped the world: Dorothea D/x, Mary Baker Eddy, Elizabeth BlackweU and PrudenceCran- dall. For the College-Bound we have Barron's Guide to the 2- year College add the Fresh- man's Friend or How toUnder- stand and get along in the aca- demic Jungle (a semi-serious explanation of terms, labels and phrases used in colleges.) The Florala Library received a beautiful book entitled "The Wise Garden Encyclopedia"--a Complete, Practical, and Con- venient Guide to Every Detail of Gardening and Written for All U. S. Climates, Soils, Seasons, and Methods--from the Staff of the University of Montevallo in memory of Mrs. Margaret Prestwood Manning, Mother of Lucretia Manning Somers, di- rector, Cahaba Regional Lib- rary. The local Garden Club members will certainly want to check on this book. Dent's forget to bringer send your little youngster to the little Reading Program that began July 11, 1972, under the reading supervision of Jamie McPhail. She has many books picked out to entertain and amuse them. Refreshments will be served after each reading hour. Can she be looking for them? Will they be looking forward to each Tuesday at 2:30 P.M.? The "Jet-Set" summer read- ing program is underway. Youngsters reading 9.5 books from July II to August 25 re- ceive a beautiful certificate and a "nod from their teachers" for their interest and accom- plishment. Visit your library today. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER HONORS MISS DEBORAH GEOGHAGAN Miss Deborah Jean Gee- ghagan was honored with a Mis- cellaneous Bridal Shower Fri- day night, July 9-8, 1979-, at the home of Mrs. Sabrie Crosby of Lockhart, Alabama. Guest were received during the hours of 7:00 to 9:00: Hostesses were: Miss Fra- nces Chance, Mrs. Mabel Kil- patrick, Mrs. Reha Birge, and Mrs. Sabrie Crosby. PERSONALS - Mrs. Marquerita Kldd and grandchildren of Tallahassee, Florida and Miss Juliette Hughes of Florala visited Mrs. C. M. Chance Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Patter- son of Houston, Texas, spent a few days and nights with Betty tad Brenda Pattermm. GEOFFREY HOLDER I~GC~ won the rowing maehl~fivan away by the American l~on and Auxiliary Post No. 304 recently. No is the son of T/Sgt. and Mrs. John M. Dlglgs. He is a student at Florala City School and will be in the fourth grado this fall. After Geoffrey learned that he had won the sowing machine he statad that he had always been lucky becans@ he won a cake when he wan in the second grade. The Log4on and Au~llary are trying to t-aim ~ monoy to build an American I~ion Home in the nmu' future. WALTON COUNTY, Member, Instruction, coming I have served oa the past 2 termS, as Chairman. During the siderable made; however, is much to be if you will continue to the schools in GLEN PARKER FOR SHERIFF WALTON COUNTY I hereby announce my candi- dacy for Sheriff of Walton County, subject to the wishes of the voters in the Septem- ber 12, and October 3primaries and the General Election to be held on November 7, 1972. It has been my privilege and pleasure to have served as your sheriff sixtce December 10, 1970. Durinjg that time 1 have endeavored to fulfill the res- ponsibilities of the office in a fair, upright and impartial manner and always to the best interest of all the citizens of this great county of ours. I have tried to set an example" by, "Doing unto others as I would have them do unto me." I have organized a Junior Depu- ty Program for the first time in our county to help bridge the generation gap between our youth and us adults. This pro- gram has greatly benefitted those who have put their time into it; it has also enabled the sheriff's office to do a much better job. I want to thank all the people who have assisted us to make my term as sheriff a success. It has given me the happiest and most enjoyable period of my entire life. I solicit your vote, your in- fluence, and your support in behalf of my candidacy so that ! may continue the program of upright law and order. Let us continue to en}oy the garden spot of the whole world. SAM CAMPBELL ~Pd. Pol. Adv. By L.S. "Sam" ampbell, Republican Candidate for Sheriff of Walton Co.) FOR OF SCHOOLS WALTON I wish to didacy for intendentof Schools. Much has been the past twelve much more It is in the riding these tional humbly support, advice, prayers. Many thanks. JOHN E. BALDfI~ FOR SHERIFF WALTON COUNTY I hereby announce my candi- dacy for the office of Sheriff of Walton County. I am a ua- tlve of this county and mar- rted to the former Jeanette Mit- chell of Freeport. I have bee~ employed by automobile agen- cies in this area for the past forty years. I am chairman of the of- ficial board of my church, mem- ber of the board of directors of DeFunlak Springs Kiwanis Club and member of Walton County Quarterback Club. 1 stand for law and order, fair and impartial treatment of all citizens. With the assis- tance of qualified and exper- ienced personnel i feel that I can and will operate this office with the force and dignity it requires. Your vote and support will be sincerely appreciated. JAY MITCHEM I SCHOOL BOARD OF SCHOOLS WALTON I am candidacy for Schools. I native, as is m mer Essie Lee ents. My still dren's grew up. I Ashby 15, lene 12 years Lake Juniper lama High School; Master's State lifted and tration and education, room teacher, an Walton ject of my Thesis. It economy, pie, and the on all three. file at Florida Graduate My limited to have also hue Officer, Geographer, lment Station, in the ArmY Officer. I offer and & by, and ton County that will ebers, and It is new blood in ' for Charles F. what you CHARLES F. Ag/tl~ FOR MlgMRER, DISTRICT 4 SCHOOL BOARD WALTON COUNTY I would like to announce candidacy for re-election fo-r Nothing much as and plakn