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PAGE 2 IRS. NORRIS Cand00light Ceremony Unites Dianne Reeves And Russell Norris Miss Dianne Reeves became the bride of Russell Norris in a lovely candlelight wedding ceremony at the Red Oak Bap- tist Church on Saturday, Au- gust twenty-fifth, seven thirty in the evening. The Reverend George Scrog- gins officiated at the impres- sive double ring ceremony The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lorez Reeves,. and the groom&apos;s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fairon A. Norris. Miss Jennie Kemper and Miss Leisa Ludlam presented a delightful program of nup- tial .music. The traditional wedding march was used for the pro- cessional and recessional. Vows were exchanged be- fore an elaborate background of flowing greenery and candle- light, The focal point in the center was a massive fan- shaped arrangement of daisies, pink and white glads, and large white auras. Two fourteen branched arched candelabra, burning pink bridal tapers, flanked the arrangement on each side. On each side of the arched candelabra were ornate candletrees, lavishly entwined with ivy. Flanking these were large magnolia leaves. A wrought iron prayer bench with the unity candelabra completed the wedding decora- PLANNED USE REPORT The Government of TOWn O f F)lXtO r plans to expend its revenue sharing allocation for the entitlement period beginning ,hfly I, 1973 and ending June 30, 1974 in the f(,Uowing manner ,ased upon an estimated total of ) L[EXECUTIVF IROPOSAL Check this block if this plan is based on an executive proposal DEBT How win the availability of revenue sharing funds affect the bedewing requirements of your jurisdiction? f') Avoid debt increase ] No effect O Lesser debt increase C Too soon to predict TAXES In which of the foUowing manners is it expected that the avaLlability of Revenue Sharing Funds win affect the tax levels of your jurisdiction? Check as many /sapply. El Will enable reducing rate El Will reduce amount of rote of a major tax increase of a major tax Will prevent increase in El No effect on tax levels rate of a inajor tax t2 Will prevent enacting a X]Too soon to predict new major tax OPERATING/MAINTENA NCF EXPEND Planned Percent Planned for Priority Expenditure Public Safety vir0nmental Pro tee tio n Health Recreation l,ibr.ries - Social Services For I Poor Or Aged Expenditures 665 Financial Administration +oral 1665 Maint. of Existing Services 7 . New or ex- panded Services (PTAL EXPENDITURES Expenditure Categories Multi-Purpose & Gem Govt. Education Health Transportation oeial Deveh,pment Housing'& Community Development onomlc Development Environmental Co nserva tion Public Safety Recreation Culture 5tiers .... (Specify) Others (Specify) Planned Percent Planned For Expendi- Equip- Construe- Land Debt tures ment tion Acqui* Retlre- sition ment s/o00 75 25 ,., Total 4,0 0 0 I have aded a local newspaper and the news media of the contents of this report. Furthermore I have records documenting the )n- tents of this report and they ate open for public and news)fdia scrutiny. .,,.-.-'   Signatttre of Chief Executive Officer, [cer t/J,., - , , Name&Tltle-pleaseprint F,gq: Adams P:.otem Date published eptember 13, 1973 Name of Sewspape, Florala, News tions. Pews were marked with large pink ribbons, accented with white pore pores and baby breath. The bride's book table was attended by Miss Melissa, Weed. The windows held an arrangement of magnolia leaves centered with a pink bridal tapered candle. As the bride entered, on the arm of her father, she paused to give her mother a long stemmed red rose and on leav- ing gave one to the groom's mother. The bride, given in marri- age by her father, was radiant in her formal floor length gown of white bridal satin overlayed with embroidered chantilace. The long pointed bishop sleeves were accented with pearl but- tons. The chapel length train was edged in embroidered chantilace. Mrs. Earnestine Pipkin of Panama City, Florida, made the wedding gown. The bride wore a juliet cap of satin with pearl trim to which was poised a bouffant veil of illusion. The bride carried a bridal bouquet of one dozen pink carnations, baby's breath with a large white orchid center- ing her bouquet. Pink stream- ers flowed from her bouquet tied in love knots with fillies of the valley, in each knot. After the vows were exchang- ed, the bride and groom took a lighted candle and lit one candle symbolizing that they were no longer two, but one. Mrs. Sharon Belcher of the Hopewell Community, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Joan Norris, sister of the groom, Mrs. Ann Reeves, sister-in-law of the bride, and Miss Marilyn McLaney. The attendants were gowned alike in formal gowns featur- ing a round neckline and a fitted bodice with a wide waist- and. These was a self ruffle ound the neckline accented by the long bishop sleeves. The skirt, gathered at the waist giving the fullness look, was accented by a large ruffle around the hemline. They carried white baskets with an arrangement of white pom poms and fern. Pink and white rib- bons and streamers adorned the baskets. Little Jennifer Norris, sis- ter of the groom, served as flower girl. She wore a long formal gown fashioned like those of the bridesmaids. Mr. Byran Cheshire, cousin of.the groom, served as ring bearer. Mr. Fairon A. Norris, father of the groom, served his son as best man. Ushers and groomsmen were Roger Sight- ler, Dwan and Doug Reeves, brothers of the bride. Their suits were accented with pink boutonniers. Mr. Dwan Reeves and Mr. Doug Reeves, lighted the candles. Mrs. Reeves, mother of the bride, chose for her daughters wedding a two piece, blue dou- ble knit ensemble. She wore white accessories and a double white carnation corsage. Mrs. Norris, mother of the groom, chose for her sons wed- ding an ensemble of beige dou- ble knit with beige accessories. She also wore a double white carnation corsage. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Lorez Reeves, entertained in the church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Mildred Kendrick di- rected the wedding. REEVES HOSTS ['EDDING GUESTS Immediately following the marriage of their daughter, Dianne, to Russell Norris, on Saturday evening, August twenty-fifth, Mr. and Mrs. Lorez Reeves entertained at a lovely reception in the church Fellowship Hall. The bride and groom greeted the wedding guests and wel- comed them into the reception room beautifully decorated with the fan-shaped massive ar- rangement of daisies, pink and white glads, and large white mums which were used as the focal point of decorations in the wedding ceremony. Two seven branched candelabra were placed on each end of the two tables. Along with the bride and groom, the brides- maids, made up the formal receiving line. Miss Melissa Weed presided at the register table covered in a white lace cloth. The table was marked with the bride's .book and was decora- ted with a single pink candle. The guests were served cake from a beautiful lace covered table. The bride's cake was a three tier Grecian columned embossed with pink roses and green leaves. Wedding bells were placed between each layer and the top tier held a large bell, hanging from a heart. Mrs. Marsha Cheshire, as- sisted by Mrs. Wood Cheshire, cut and served the cake. The punch table was pre- sided over by Mrs. Jeanette Weed assisted by Mrs. Hiram Cheshire. The punch bowl was surrounded with colorful fruit filled with frothy green punch. Nuts and mints were served frum handsome silver service. For traveling the bride changed into a beige and.light blue street length dress. After a short honeymoon trip to Fort Walton Beach, Florida, the couple will be at home in the Red Oak Community. Out-of-town guests, other than those of this and surround- ing areas were Miss Jennie Kemper of Crestview, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Coley of Opp, Alabama, Mr. and Mrs. Wood Cheshire and Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Johnson, Carla and Nancy of Pensacola, Flo- rida, Mrs. Tommy Peoples of Columbus, Georgia, and Diane White of Hartford, Alabama. NORRIS ItOST A FTER REHEARSAL PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Fairon A. Nor- ris, of the Red Oak Commu- nity, were hosts to the Reeves- Norris wedding party following the wedding rehearsal on the evening of August 24, 1973. The delightful party was held in the Red Oak Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Delicious borne-made ice cream, cake, cookies, nuts, and drinks, were served to the wedding party and other invited guests. Those attending the joyous occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Lorez Reeves, Dianne Reeves, bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Fairon Norris, Russell Norris, groom-elect, Miss Joan Nor- ris, Miss Leisa Ludlam, Miss Jennie Kemper, Doug Reeves, Ann and Dwan Reeves, Miss Jennifer Norris, Roger Sight- ler, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Belcher and little daughter, Sherrie, Rev. George Scroggins, Mr. and Mrs. Wood Cheshire and Bryan, Mrs. H. L. Cheshire, Sr., Dale Coon, Mrs. Jeanette Weed, Mrs. Mildred Kendrick and Miss Peggy Hart. LIBERTY HILL ASSEMBLY TO BEGIN REVIVAL Rev. and Mrs. K. L. Clay- c o mb f re m Tallahassee, Florida will begin a Revival Meeting at Liberty Hill As- sembly of God Church beginning September 17 through 23. Ser- vices will be held nightly at 7:15 p.m. A native of Missouri, Rev. Claycomb has been in the min- istry since 1938. He has held Pastorates in Missouri, Kan- sas, Iowa, South Carolina and Florida. Since 1970, he has been engaged in full time Ev- angelistic Ministry. He has also served his denomination in the capacity of District Secre- tary-Treasurer and Sectional Presbyter. He has recently completed a study manual on the ministry of the Holy Spirit. This book entitled "Studies Concerning the Holy Spirit" will be available during the meeting. Rev. G. L. Morrison, Pastor of Liberty Hill Assembly of God Church, extends to you a coridal invitation to attend any of these services. NOTICE The second meeting of Catho- lics in Paxton wlll meet Sun- day, September 16, 7:30 p.m. at the Paxton Town Hall. II II I I I Weight Watchers Corner BY ALBERTA GAMBLE THE FLORALA NEWS- THURSDAY, II HOMECOMING TO BE HELD AT LIBERTY HILL ASSEMBLY Liberty Hill Assembly of God Church will have its annual Homecoming Sunday, Septem- ber 16. For the morning ser- I Vices, Reverend Luther Ste- phenson of Pensacola, will be main speaker. Dinner will be spread. There will be for the afternoon services with two singing groups, The Disciples, and Pilgrims. Pastor G. L. Morrison wel- comes everyone to attend this special service. My! we were glad to get our new program handbook Monday night which will help us to change over to the new meats (pork and ham, etc.) and al- ternates in our new addition. If Weight Watchers keeps giving us new food, we will soon be able to have most anything with good discipline. Our attendance was 40 pre- sent Monday night, with a weight loss of 67 3/4 pounds. Wehave .... | I[ LH COUNCIL NEWS I IIII II The Laurel Hill City Coun- cil, in regular session Thursday night unanimously approved let- ters of appreciation to the Com- manding Officer, 3202 Civil En- gineering Squadron of Eglin Field and to Florala city offi- cials for assistance in hauling and furnishing the city residents with water during a recent breakdown of the municipal water system. The Eglin Field unit dispat- ched a 1600 gallon truck to the city immediately after re- ceiving the request for assis- tance, and remained at the scene throughout the 2-day emergency period. Water wa hauled from Florala at the offer of the of- ficials of that city. The trouble was brought about when an underground cable was accidentally cut at the new high school construction site, which apparently placed the pump on low voltage, causing it to burn out. The council took action to install an overload switch that will eliminate future low voltage damage. In other related corrective action, council acted to get a cost estimate of replacing oil bearings and other needed repair, including installation of an older Turbine pump, in order to be able to incorporate a gasoline powered auxiliary unit to the system for use in case of pump failure. The submer- sible type pump, now in use, has no provisions for auxiliary unit, and when replaced by the turbine unit, will be kept for use in another well, now being considered by council. In other action council set the week of September 17 - 21 as annual city-wide clean up date. Residents are requested to clean up their property and place the debris on street by Wednesday so that pickup can be completed by Friday. In discussing the need to speed up communications between city officials in case of emergencies, council voted to purchase two radio sets for installation in the cars of fire chief and city maintenance sup- ervisor. They also voted to adopt City Ordinance number 160, authorizing council to an- nex to the city contiguos land in an area on paved road south east side of the city boundary. Property owners in the area, already receiving city water services, petitioned council for this action. In related action, council also adopted City Ordinance number 136A, which ammended section 7 of City Ordinance number 136. This will allow present and prospective residents, having more than one residence or trailer, to use an established water meter for 60 days before being required to have one of their own. Councilman Austin Clary was appointed by Council President Pate as safety and licence com- missioner. Council approved minutes of last regular and special meet- ings, monthly financial state- ment and voted to pay all out- standing bills. only three weeks to go for the first anniversary of our class. It looks like now we will miss our 2 tons weight loss by a few pounds. But if we had a few more men to do as well as the three we have, it wouldn't take long. One of our men lost 10 pounds this week. Take courage men, if you want to lose weight, and go by the safe, healthful way, of the Weight Watchers food program and feel good. One of our members received her "Tie Tac" pin for 16 weeks of achievement. GracieBrooks lost 46 pounds and 52 inches and feels good. Well we had several to try the new "Apple Stuffed Pork Chops" and "Poached Fish" recipes last week and really like them. Now we will give you another new updated one, sen[ us from the West Palm Beach office. It sounds good with ham. Split Pea Soup 5 ounces cooked, dried split peas, drained 1 ounce of onion, finely chopped 1/2 bay leaf i 4 cup finely chopped celery nch thyme 2 I/2 cups chicken bouillon 3 ounces of cooked smokedham, finely chopped pepper to taste Sprig of parsley Combine all ingredients ex- cept parsley in a saucepan. Simmer slowly until celery is tender. Remove bay leaf. Gar- nish with parsley. Makes I ser- ving. Please be present next week with a good weight loss for our visitor. Bring your old program handbook to exchange for a new one. Some forgot to bring their old one, and we must have it to exchange for the new one. LEE BURLISON HONORED WITH 78TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr. Lee Burlison of Route 2, Opp, Alabama celebrated his 78th birthday in fine style Saturday night with an old fashioned square dance. A large crowd of I00 friends and neighbors were on hand to help him celebrate/ Providing musical enter- tainment were Edward Ward, James Phillips, Willis Martin, Dewitt Phillips, and L. B. El- lisor. Mrs. Edward Ware of Lock- hart baked the beautiful birth- day cake. The Burlisons have four children and 17 grandchildren. - PERSONALS - Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brewton of Monroeville, Ale., visited Mrs. Whiddon and Yera, Sun- day. Mr. Brewton is Mrs. Whiddon's nephew. YOUNG EXPLORERS FIND MOTHER RATTLER WITH 16 BABIES On Labor Day while explor- ing around the Caraway Farm, Guy Caraway and Ben Robbins saw a large rattler coming out of a hole. Trying, but unable to kill the snake before she went back in the hole, the boys called to the Caraway men for help. They flushed the snake out with gasoline and killed her. Then, finding she had 16 small snakes, killed them. The mother snake had 13 rattles and a button. WILLIE R. ASSIGNED CHANUTE Airman son of Mr. Huckabaa of Florala, signed to after corn sic training. During his Air land AFB, Te Air Force tion and special relations. The airman signed to the DAMASCUS HOMEMAKERS ing Center at specialized TO MEET sile SEPTEMBER 19 Airman The Damascus Homemakers graduate of Club will meet Wednesday, Sep- School. tember 19, 2:00p.m. attheClub- . PERg)I house. All members are urged to The attend as this is a very impor- Wagner tent business meeting, that she is Mizell - PERSONALS- Mr. Phillip Chance and Mr. and Mrs. James Scrwener from Mobile, spent Saturday with Mrs. C. M. Chance and Frances. Mrs. Thelma Hughes of Route 2, Florala, i visiting her sis- ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Kelly in Harlingen, Tex- as. Mrs. Kelly has been confined to Valley Baptist Hospital for some time. She is now improv- ing. nicely. Good Combine Robert, Judy and Bill Rod- Well entertained Labor Day weekend guests at the Rodwell beach house at Seagrove Beach, Fla. Among guests were Tom and Dottle Howell of Atlanta, and Joyce and Beth Harrison, Craig Harrison and Connie Ad- ams of Florala area. Sand dunning, swimming, ben-fires and singing and sunning were enjoyed by all. Slightly HOt Friends will regret to learn that Mrs. Gladys Thomason is confined to the Mizell Memorial Hospital in Opp. THE UTILITIES BO OF THE CITY OF FLORALA RESIDENTIAL AND SMALL COMMERCIAL FIRM GAS AVAILABILITY: Available to all consumers within the service area. APPLICABILITY: Applicable to all residential consumers and to those small cial consumers desiring service under this rate. RATE: First 300 cubic feet per month or less $1.74 minimum plus tax, for and Small Commercial. Next Next Next Next Over 1,000 Cubic Feet per month .... $2.04 per MCF (20.4 per Therm) 1,700 Cubic Feet per month. 1.97 per MCF (19.7 per Tberm) 7,000 Cubic Feet per month... 1.77 per MCF (17.7 per Tberm) 5,000 Cubic Feet per month 1.67 per MCF (16.7 per Therm) 15,000 Cubic Feet per month... 1.52 per MCF (15.2 per Tberm) MINIMUM MONTHLY BILL: The minimum monthly bill shall be $1.50 to be month in the year. PAYMENT: Bills for service rendered hereunder are payable within ten (I0)day date, and if not paid within such period, become delinquent and subj be set forth in the Indenture of Trust. DEPOSIT: DICK ANDREWS VAN DYNE TECHNICOLOR  [-G<> The Utilities Board shall require a deposit of $20.00 prior to under this schedule. DISCONNECTION CHARGE: The Utilities Board shall require a disconnection c "ge of $5.00 for any der this rate having received prior service under this rate. SECONDARY CONNECTION CHARGE: The Utilities Board shall require a reconnection charge of $5.00 for any 4esires a renewed service after having r once. received prior service DOuBL00 [ ' tHEqF. AaE I l HEATING VALUE,S The natural gas sold under this schedule shall be subject to BTU adjus t estimated that the BTU content will not be less than 1,000 BTU per C. F. AUTOMATIC ESCALATION: In the event that the wholesale cost of gas to the Utilit - Board is existing wholesale rates, such increases will be passed o.  the ultimate the Board.