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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 2 M • Van Liere Weds Mr. Frawley Mr. and Mrs. William R. Van Liere of Rancho Palos Verdes are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Sherry, to Robert D. Frawley of Point Pleasant, New Jersey on August 7. Mrs. Van Liere is the former Martha McRae of FIorala. The family Ms. Van Liere was graduat- ed from Palos Verdes High School in 1965. She received a B.A. Degree in Political Science from Pitzer College in 1969, following which she had a year of graduate study at L'lnstitute des Hautes Etudes lnternationales in Geneva, Switzerland. She is working for the Washington, D.C. law firm of Patton, Boggs and Blow while pursuing a Master's degree in International Rela- tions at American University. Mr. Frawley holds a B.A. degree in Political Science from Lehigh University where he was a member of Beta Theta Pi, Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honorary Society, and a four-year redi- pient of the Ecldey B. Coxe Scholarship. He received tl~ Juris Doctor degree fron Georgetown University Lal Center in 1973. He is Interns. tional Legal Counsel ant Federal Regulation/Lesgishl. tion staff attorney for tht Pharmaceutical Manufactur~rm Association in Washington, D.C. The wedding was celebrated in the garden of the Van Liet~ home in Rancho Palos Verdel with about 100 family friends staying for a buffet supper and dancing following the cere- mony. On Labor Day, Mr. Frawley's parents entertained 50 family friends in Pt. Pleasant, New Jersey in honor of the newlyweds. The couple is now at home in Arlington, Va. The bride is a granddaughter of A. T. McRae and the late Pearl Adams McRae of Florala. She has visited her grandfather a number of times and has friends here who are also friends of her mother, the former Martha Louise McRae. Mr. And Mrs. Frawley ainer Twins To Fnt rain A double treat is in store for area music lovers when The Ruiner Twins play a concert of pop music Sunday afternoon, October 10, at 3:00 o'clock in the Opp High School Auditori- um. The program will feature the Twins' own sparkling concert arrangements of pop music themes from Broadway, from The Beatles, and from The Movies. A section of music from "Mary Poppins" is in- cluded especially for the child- ren. This program, presented as a gift from the Rainers to their home area, is sponsored by the First National Bank of Opp. Tickets are $1.00 and all proceeds go to the Interact Club, the Cosmoteens, and the OHS Pep Club. The Ruiner twins, described by The Washington Star as "visually and audially delight- ful" are among the most popular piano-duettists in the country. It has been said that they have unquestionably done more for the revival of interest in one-piano four-hand music than any others. The twins, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Rainer of Opp, reside in Winston- Salem, North Carolina where they teach piano between their concert tours and writing for national music magazines. Singer Sewing Machines And Vacuum Cleaners. Sales And Service. New A nd Used. For Service Or Information, Call Or Visit Paxton Fabrics, 834.2922, Or Write P. O. Box 1101, Paxton, Florida 32538 The Singer Company Contact Florala Electric And Lighting for all your electrical and lighting needs. Phone 858-6416 Rainer Twins ~i~ _ Come To See Us For The Finest In ,ires- .a,,o,,-- ~~ Accessories Holmes Gulf Service 300 East 5th Avenue Florala. Alabama 36442 4 - Way Stop USE YOUR GULF TRAVEL CARD McDANIEL BROTHERS, from left, Jerry, Billy and Jack of McDaniel Motor Company were tiostsat a breakfast honoring their employees on the occasion of their 51st anniversary last Thursday morning at the Dinner Bell. This has been a tradition with the McDaniels through the years and one which is looked forward to with much anticipation by those e~mployed there. They had a southern style breakfast with grits, smoked sausage, ham, bacon scrambled eggs, home baked biscuits, assorted jellies and preserves and plenty of good piping hot coffee. Tbr $Iorala . rtus a ama SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT SOUTH FIFTH STREET FLORALA. ALABAMA 36442 MR. AND MRS. LARRY K. WOODHAM, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION RATES Covington County, Alabama ................... $5.25 Elsewhere in Alabama ....................... $6.30 Other States .............................. $6.00 ESTABLISHED IN 1900 PUBLISHED WEEKLY ON THURSDAY THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, MEMBERS OF THE NEWLY elected Lockhart Town Council were sworn in on Monday, October 4 by Allen Cook, when tl~ their first organizational meeting. New members are: (from left) T.J. Maddox, Ted Covington, Mayor George Lancaster, Thomasson, Mrs. Bessie Henderson and Milton Owens. New Paxton Town Off'urials NEWLY ELECTED OFFICIALS for the city of Paxton were given the oath of office by City Clerk Jenice Armstrong, on night, October 4 at their first meeting. City Council members are (from left) Mayor Tommy Math•s, Leonard Smith, newly member; Edward Thomas, Jenice Armstrong, City Clerk; Bobby Kemp, newly elected member; G. Sherman Johnson, newly for a second term; and Mrs. L.R. Staggers. In Paxton, membership on the city council is on a staggered basis. Presented Lifetime Membership gency, regardless of the &T,8-~ hour. And you can always depend on us to fill that OR prescription, with. the best JOI: COX in pharmaceuhcals and with accuracy. Your good 8583717 health, and your family's, is our business! Drug Co. FARM BUREAU INSURANCE FEDERATED GUARAINTY LIFE MRS. LYNETTE ZESSIN How will the rising cost of auto repairs affect cost of collision insurance? Rising auto repair costs have a definite correlation to future r~t!fl collision insurance. Throughout the year, state Automobile instl~ Boards all over the country are meetin to examine and degtermined ./A pro rata basis according to surveys taken in the applicable geOgt~["4 areas to ascertain what it will cost to repair automobiles i~.,'J present and near future. This cost will mark the course ¢°#~.,~ insurance rates must take in order to be feasible.., both to th# t)~" " and to the companies. Is I We're always ready to EWIN provide you with prescrip- tion service in an emer- MOODY HELPINGTO 9AffGUARD HEALTH THESE MEMBERS OF THE COVINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S RESERVE were presented with a life~ membership in the Alabama Sheriff's Boys and Girls Ranches last week by a ranch official at extreme right. AcceP~i the award if Floral•an Vernon Robbins. Also pictured, from Florala, is Lamar Mitchell and Marion Causeyt ~1 membership and plaque are in recognition of the reserve unit s fund raising efforts on behalf of the ranch, whi¢l~ ~1 resulted in over $4,000 being raised in the past two years. (Phot~