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)SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1973 EGE. HIGH and PRO GOSPEL SING DEATH CLAIMS LIFE AND CATFISH SUPPER -V.~ cc~ OF JOHN M. ADAMS TO BE HELD ~,O~AGx" SEPTEMBER 2 A Gospel sing and catfish o~Ar -"~L supper will be held at Spivey OM~ Mr. John Marion Adams, age Camp Grounds, 4 1/2 miles S 85, of the New'Harmony Corn- west of Samson Saturday, Sep- 'o,Tr munity, died Sunday, September tember 15 at 7:30 p.m. 2, 1973, in a Florala, Alabama Groups featured at the gospel diLl i iii, : hospital. He was a native of sing will include The Singing ~C Coffee County, Alabama and had D i s c i p 1 e s o f Crestview, ~,t22 lived in New Harmony since Florida; The Mission of En- 1934. He was a member of the Bobby Eddins Singers of Pen- CO /'- Paxton Baptist Church and a sacola, Florida. _ and ,'iS member of MasonicLodge Admission for the sing is /~]C~ /~O/~. #859 F&AM. 50 for children, 12 years and Survivors includethreeup. Serving for the supper be- daughters, Mrs. Mary Hall at gins at 3:00 p.m. with plates New Harmony, Mrs. Nelliebeing $1.50. Cooper and Mrs. Juanita Coon, Proceeds will go toward the free ! ALABAMA Yl.orata News FIFTH STREET - FLORALA, ALABAMA 36M2 OODHAM ...... PUBLISHER - EDITOR AM ......... ' ASSOCIATE EDITOR " SUBSCRIPTION RATES - .~OUnty, Alabama .... ......... $4.20 Alabama ......... ~-. ........... $5.25 ............................ $6.00 ESTABLISHED IN 19(}0 PUBLISHED WEEKLY ON THURSDAY both of Paxton; five sons, Mr. Joel Adams, Mr. Jesse Adams, Mr. Chester Adams, allofPax- ton, Mr. Mathis Adams of New Harmony, Mr. Charlie Adams of Zephyr Hills; a sister, Mrs. Ruth Cosson of DeFuniak Springs; a brother, Mr. Dallas Adams of Wilmington, N. C.; 21 grandchildren, 34 great grand children, and 1 great, great grandchild. Funeral services were held Tuesday, September 4, 1973 in the New Harmony Baptist Church with Rev. Billy Cashwell and Rev. Tucker Aplin officia- ting. Burial followed in the Kinston Cemetery with Maso- nic Rites at the graveside by Lodge #859 F&AM of Kinston Comander Funeral Home di- rected. - PERSONALS - Mrs. Easter Ward and grand- sons, Keith anl Jason Ward of Long Beach, Mississippi visi- ted with the Wyman Ausleys in Montgomery during the week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Birge and Miss Debbie Birge of Fairfax, Virginia are visiting relatives locally. upkeep of the grounds and the buildings. REVIVAL IN PROGRESS AT NEW HSRMONY BAPTIST CHURCH Everyone is invited to attend the revival now in progress at New Harmony Baptist Church. Services begin nightly at '7:30 and will continue through Sa- turday night. Wayne Greathouse is the evengelist and Raymond Wil- liams is leading the singing. PVT. DONALD SYMMES COMPLETES ARMY BASIC IN LA. Army Private Ronald A. Symmes, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner J. Symmes, Route 2, Laurel Hill, Fla., com- pleted eight weeks of basic training at the U. S. Army Training Center, Infantry. Ft. Polk, La. He received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, combat tactics, military courtesy, military jus- tice, first aid, and army his- tory and traditions. Pvt. Symmes served with Company C. 1st Battalion of the 1st Brigade. We Know That Prices Keep Going Up . . Up . . Up. We're Doing Everything We Can to OUR Prices Low[ Check Our Prices . . . Compare! If You're Not g Great Day, You're Paying Too Much. Help Even More, Here Are Some Extra Savings Off Our Already Low, Prices. Our Regular Low Price $S.~7 "k Asst Patterns and Colors. PC. SETS 4.44 4 cups, 4-10" plates, and 4 bowls. OUR REGULAR LOW PRICE 97c GLASS COOKIE JAR * 3 QUART CAPACITY * AVOCADO or GOLD LOW 77c ea. BARRETTES Assortment of Due to and Types Our Late Shipment of Men's Doubleknit Pants, You Can Now Save Even More than You Could Have Saved in the lack-to-Schenl Circular on MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT PANTS !tr" OPP-ELBA HWY. FINEST IN FILMS AND FOQD , Wide Selection of Asst. Styles and Patterns. * Sixes 2t-48 Regular Low Price 22c 16.OZ. JOHNSON'S STEP SAVER 44c Our Regular Low Price $7c S-OZ. ZIPPO olo LIGHTER FLUID Now 16c "D0-ALL" TIMER (Limit 4) No Cord Clutterl Plugs Into Wall Outlet. On, Off, and Automatic Switch. it0ur ~" 5 5 --,r I=rice j i 137 OUR REGULAR LOW PRICE 6.97 p "WlIERE IT'S l @IIEAT DAY FOil DlSrAMIIT$" ensacola -- Atmore -- Crestview -- DeFunlak Springs -- Robertsdale -- Plorala -- Bonlfay PAGE 5 - PERSONAL - LEGAL NOTICE CARD OF THANKS CARD OF "Ill ANKS We wish to express ourWords cannot express the Mr. and Mrs. Rupert D.PROBATE COURT heartfelt thanks to the neigh- sincere appreciation we feel Greene and Misses Jennifer and ESTATE OF JOHN C. EVANS, bars and friends for their many toward our friends and rela- Dafney Greene spent Sunday in DECEASED. cards and acts of kindness ex- tires for the prayers, floralof- Ozark with Mr. and Mrs. Don- Letters Testamentary of said tended to Mrs. Sue Palmer dur- ferings, food, lovely cards, and ald Drasheff and son. deceased having been granted ing her recent stay in the has- words of comfort. We pray to the undersigned on the 22nd pital. God's richest blessings bewith day of August, 1973, bytheHon.Mrs. Sue Palmer and you all. "SHUG' ' CAN NON Leland Enzor Judge of the Pro-daughters and the Gor- THE HARVARD FAMILY SCORES HOLE- bate Court of Covington Coun- man Lindsey family. 9-13-1tc IN-ONE ty, notice is hereby given that 9-13-1tpd all persons having claims i F. L. 'Shug" Cannon, ace against said estate are hereby golfer of Florala, not only required to present the same earned the handicap champion- within time allowed by law or the same will be barred. ship of the Labor Day tourna- /s/Annie M. Evans merit at the Andalusia Country Club, but he scored a hole-in- 8-30-3tc one on No. 9 and was consol- ation winner in the 2nd flight. Cannon quickly relinquished his consolation prize for the beautiful and i mp~essivelook- in hole-in-one trophy. Dr. Bob Roland, tournament director, made the presentation. COMMI SSION S CR EATE ALMARANTE CE METERY COMMISSION Okaloosa County Commis- sioners passed a local bill creating Laurel Hill Almarante Cemetery Commission which supervises the operation and use of the cemetery. Since no charges can be made for lots or up-keep, donations are being accepted from rela- tives of those buried in the cemetery and from others who own plots to maintain the ceme- tery. Plotting the cemetery is in progress so that accurate iden- tification of plots can be made. If you are interested in AI- marante, you are requested to contribute $5.00 as a minimum toward an annual clean up. To contribute your $5.00, contact J. D. Sanders, Laurel Hill, or make check payable to Alma- rante Cemetery Commission and deposit in First Bank of Crestview, Crestview, Fla. CARD OF THANKS It is in time of sorrow that the kindness of friends, neigh- bars and relatives is most d e e p 1 y appreciated. Our sincere thanks for your beau- tiful floral offerings, prayers, covered dishes and other ex- pressions of sympathy ex[end- ed to us during the death of our beloved father, John Marion Adams. These acts of kind- ness will always be re- membered and appreciated. May God bless each of you is our most sincere wish. Mr. and Mrs. Joel L. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Houston Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Mathis Adams Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Adams 9-13-1tc AUTO/FIRE/LIFE/HEALTH BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIEIJ) Lynette Zessin AGENT PHONE 8-6055 FLORALA, ALABAMA FOR SALE - 1968 Belair Che- vrolet. 4 door Air Conditioned. $850.00. Contact TERRY JONES. Phone 8-6748. 8-30-3tpd INEZ BEAUTY SHOP FOR SALE - part or all of build- WILL KEEP CHILDREN - For working mothers. Call 4-4899. FEMALE HELP WANTED Churches, School Groups, Civ- ic Clubs, Scouts! $50 Cash is yours everytime I0 members ing, equipment, and supplies, each sell I0 Canisters of Na- Phone 8-3395. tionally-advertised Candy at 8-16-tfc$I.00 a Can using our "50- NOTICE - I am not responsible for any debts other than those made by me. JUNIOR SMITH. 8-30-4tpd FOR SALE Pianos. 100 pianos from which to select. Rebuilts, trade-ins, and new Spinets. Just say - Charge it. $194.00 and up. HARPER FUR- NITURE CO., Evergreen, Ala. 8-3-tfc FOR SALE - nice, com- fortable home on spacious lot in excess of one acre in good location. Well landscaped. Twelve large bearing pecan trees 'and numerous other fruit trees. Call 8-6404 or 8-2373. JOHNSON REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Build You A House. Fin- ancing Available with low payments if can qualify. No problem if your income is low. III I 50" Funds Raising Plan. Fun, Fast, Easy. Send no money. 30 days to pay. Write Verne Collier, Dept. W-AL, 900 North 19th Birmingham, Alabama 35203. 8-z3-4t~ Boarding toys and miniatures, $2.00 Clipping and Grooming $8.00 BEAUTY POODLE SHOPPE 2007 West 5th Avenue Fiorala-Phone 656-1134 ABC FENCE INDUSTRIES PROUDLY ANNOUNCSS KEN AND HAZEL MARLOW FLORALA, ALA. PHONE 8-404& u thole J mptmmmtatl~e kl tltbis me Buy Now ~6~a~~~ FREE And SAVE ESTI MATES NO DOWN PAYMENT-~LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS Wriitem Glaranhm by I.m'~mt I~lel~mlemt Retailer of Chal~.Link femm Im U.S.A. RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL FOR SALE - House and Lot 1620 W. 9th Avenue. $1200.00. Call 264-3182, Montgomery, Alabama after 6 p.m. 9-6-4tpd DRAPERY OUTLET - 3,000 pairs Made in Evergreen. Cheaper than most chain stores. Located on West Front Street downtown, Evergreen, Alabama. 5-10-tic FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT - private bath, private entrance, Phone 8-5614. 9-13-1tc $I~-.50 PERMANENTS ON SPE- CIAL at Kay's Fifth Ave. Beauty Salon for $7.50. Phone for ap- pointment with Margaret Saun- ders or Marie Gaskin. Phone 8-5614. 9-13-Itc SPECIAL $12.50 PERMA- NENTS FOR $7.50. Phoneto- day for an appointment 8-5614. 9-13-1tc WANTED - Small Engine Me- chanic. Apply in person at Adams Chain Saw Co., Paxton, Florida. 18 or older. No ex- perience necessary. 9-13-tfc RESPONSIBLE PERSON Wanted to own and operate candy and confection vending route. Florala and surround- ing area. Pleasant business. High profit items. Can start part time. Age or experience not important. Requires car and $995.00 to $1,885.00 cash investment. For details write and include your phone number: Department BVV, 3938 Mea- dowbrook Rd., St. Louis Park, Me. 55426. 9-13-1tpd 750 OPENINGS REMAINING SHIP FITTERS WELDERS - CHIPPERS - PI PEFITTERS - ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS PAINT ER S ELECTRICIANS " SHEETMETAL WORKERS - CARP ENIqERS " MILLWRICHTS - OUTSIDE MACHINISTS Ingalls shipyard continues to grow as it achieves full production. We need 750 more people as a re- sult of our planned expansion of our work force. These are permanent, full time openings. Pay rates $4.30 to $4.60 an hour for experienced craftsmen. Pay rates $2.84 and above for appren- tices, depending upon prior experience. Steady work, good fringe benefits, big backlog of work. Either report to the Ingalls Employment Office in Pascagoula, Mississippi or fill out the coupon below, clip and mail to us and an application will be for- warded. Name_ Address City ~tote ,, Zip _______ Telephone I am interested in a job as I have done this type work for __.___years. Please end me an application md additionol information I I Litton P, o. Box 149 Pascagoula, Miss. 39567 An equal opportunity employer Male/Female \