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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SU~J~ ~-O ~3ENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, l l l l Ill II l Weight Watchers Corner BY ALBERTA GAMBLE I I iwt Well! We celebrated our First Anniversary Monday night with a dress parade of our old clothes, we wore the first night we attended weight watchers. And I'II tell you it was a horrible sight. But, we are proud of the fact they don't fit now. Ha! We missed our 2-ton goal of "free gift" to the fat ba- sin". However, I think 3,390 3/4 pounds is a fine gift in one year. Don't you? I want to remind you that this is not all of the fat that has been deposited in Florala. 4 cups squash (or eggplant, diced I cup water l envelop instant chicken broth and seasoning mix 2 medium green peppers diced 2 ribs of celery diced 1 1/2 cups tomato juice I teaspoon dehydrated onion flakes I clove garlic, mashed I/2 teaspoon salt (Jane's salt optional) or pepper to taste Put diced squash into sauce- pan with water and seasoning mix; cook uncovered at a mo- derate heat until squash is at 350F for 15 minutes or until thoroughly heated. Serve over macaroni shells. Makes 1 dinner serving. QB CLUB PLANS H4 LLOWEEN C ARN IVAL Members of the Quarter- back Club are urged to come to the QB Meeting Monday night, October 8 at 6:30 p.m. at Florala High School. Plans are underway for the annual Halloween carnival sponsored by the Quarter- hack Club to be held Satur- day night, October 27. ve This will be a maryrk im- portant meeting so your calendar and be there with your support! CHAPEL HILL HOMEM AKERS MEET OCTOBE R 8 The Chapel Hill Extension Homemakers Club held its Sep- tember meeting at the home of Mrs. J. J. Geoghagan. After the business, Mrs. Mildred Seay, who is president of the Extension Homemakers Clubs for the state of Alabama, told of her recent trip to the Chi- cago Convention, A program on "Pictures For Your Home" was given by Mrs. A. A. Seay. Delicious refresh- ments were served by the hos- tess, Mrs. Geoghagan, to mem- bers present. REVIVAL SERVICES PLANNED AT y Because so many of our citi- soft and water evaporated. CHI LDREN HOME zens are trying to lose weight Add remaining ingredients; Revival services will begin on their own, seeing the dif- cover pan and let cook until KENNETH KIMBRIL at Children Home Assembly of ference in Weight Watchers. vegetables are done and little THE OT~EACH EVANGELISTIC QUARTET It is so much better and eas- liquid remains. If there is ASSIGNED TO God Church October 7 with Florida will be at the Florala First Assembly ~ ! Evangelist H. J. Steele from weekend - Saturday night, Sunday, and Sundayni, Weightier whenwatchersYOU join the4 milliOnand receive totoo cookmUChitliquid'down.unc°verMakesPan4 COLORADO AFB New Orleans, La., as guest 7. Service time is 7 p.m. that inspiration and enthu- servings. Airman Kenneth D. Kimbril, speaker. Services will be The Rev. Joe Hughes, leader of the group, -#ill1~ll siasm that each one gives with son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey starting at 7:00 nightly. The Saturday, Sunday morning and Sunday night. each pound lost. Eggplant and Veal A LaKimbril, 6 Codo St., Lockhart, pastor, the Rev. W. W. Holder The church pastor, the Reverend Raymond Our class met in a jubilant spirit Monday night. The older ones happy (some lifetimers) over the mis-fit clothes and the 3 new ones looking for- ward to the day of the same mis-fit. These charter mem- bers gave 365 I/2 pounds to the "fat basin." We had one member Susie Mae Porter to receive her "Tie Tac" pin as an award for her 16 weeks achieve- ment. She gave up 29 I/4 pounds. More recipes, since egg- plants are plentiful. We will Maccheroni 2 cups peeled eggplant diced salt and pepper 6 oz. cooked ground veal 1 cup beef bouillon I tablespoon dehydrated onion flakes I/3 teaspoon Italian season- ing spice 2/3 cup cooked enriched Ma- caroni shells. Season eggplant with salt and pepper. Brown under broiler, turning once. Trans- fer to individual casserole. Combine the remainingingre- dients in a small sauce pan, share 2 recipes from the and continue cooking until Weight Watchers cook book. mixture thickens. Pour over Squash (or eggplant)Creole eggplant in casserole. Bake Ala., has been assigned to Lowry AFB, Colo., after com- Pnleting Air Force basic train- g. cordially invites your atten- everyone to attend. dance. MRS. L. STRICKLAND ATTENDS HIEFSS Neal Striekland MEETING Mrs. Lillian Strickland ofNamed To Florala, attended the Third An- nual Hiefss Meeting atTheJef- Who's Who During his six weeks at the Air Training Command's Lack- land AFB, Tex., he studied the Air Force mission, organiza- tion and customs and received special instruction in human relations. The airman has been as- signed to the Technical Train- ing Center at Lowry for spe- cialized training in the muni- tions and weapons maintenance Organization for the 1973-'74 field, year. The members were in- Airman Kimbril is a 19% vited to the Governor's Man- graduate of Florala (Ala.) High School. ferson Davis Hotel in Montgo- mery, Ala. While attending the Neal Strickland, a senior at three day meeting, Mrs. Strick- Florala High School, was re- land was installed as the secre- cently notified that he is to be tary for the Alabama Hiefss featured in the Seventh Annual Edition of Who's Who Among American Students. Students are recognized for their lead- sion for tea and were greeted ership in academics, athletics, by Mrs. Cornelia Wallace. activities or community ser- vice. Neal is the son Mrs. J. C. rala, Alabama. study in the field or chemistry, and tend Tulane Orleans, La. PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. C land had as their cently, Rev. and Strickland of Edison,: and Mrs. Ray Stric lando, Fla., Mrs. of Orlando, Fla. **~t-** GRAND OPENING i'**~rt GRAND OPENING eee~m GRAND OPENING .tl.lr~ GRAND OPENING *#.ir*,i GRAND OPENING ***** GRAND OPENING ***'#* GRAND