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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 THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, History Club Meets With Mrs. C. A. Moon Thursday The History Club met Thurs- day afternoon, October 15 at the Lake Jackson Clubhouse. Mrs. C. A. Moon entertained the group for this initial meeting. Mr. J. J. Zorn, Miss Helen Jesse lames and Die Younger's most dating ba~ ~bbery ! Jilithilml $arrazin Chrislinc llel|ord o T 8APler 'llrS Z" I .T~rE~ ~ Dlxtlr I t White assisted in serving a desert plate. The program leader, Mrs. J. J. Zorn, presented Mrs. Ray- mend Wickersham who pre- sented a beautiful program on the subject "Time is Holy." Her introduction was a piano solo, "This is My Father's World." Mrs. Wickersham reminded the members that time is under man's control and a precious gift from God. She stated that our time and energies should be used to lead others to be useful and happy. The president, Mrs. C. A. Ganey, presided during the business period. Her announce- ments" included the Blind-Made Sale of October 6 and 7; Dis- trict meeting October 19 at Andalusia Junior College. The next History Club meeting will be with Mrs. L. G. Ray and Mrs. Donald Dean at the Lake Jackson Clubhouse. Mrs. C. A. Moon will be in charge of the program. - PERSONALS- Nell and Ruth Nelson have returned home after spending the summer in Wellston, Michi- gan at their home there in the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. McLeod Powers of Jacksonville, Florida, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Ethel Powers and aunt, Mrs. Alma Scott this week. They will also visit her mother and sisters in Opp. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Swaim of Little Rock, Ark., are guests of her mother, Mrs. B. C. Cox in Florala, and her home in Fort Walton Beach. Mrs. Cox will return home with Mr. and Mrs. Swaim after a few weeks vacation. Hew nrrlvals Dr. and Mrs. Carter Lewis (Nita Perry) of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, announce the birth of a son, Robert Parker, born September 24th. Parker is also being welcomed by nine- year old Perry, and six year old, Beth, and his grandparents, Mrs. Katherine Perry of Lock- hart, Alabama and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lewis, Jr., of Liberty, Mississippi. Dr. Lewis is Research As- sociate at Bowman Gray School of Medicine in Winston Salem. I II I Mr. and Mrs. Danny Cannon (nee Sherry Mims) of Phenix City, Alabama announce the adoption of a son, Daniel Mar- quis Cannon on October 2, 1972. The baby was born on September 14, 1972, weighed 8 Ibs. and 8 ounces at birth. He has one sister Ashley Robbin who was adopted May 17, 1970. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Cannon of Florala. Maternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howard of Phenix City and great grandmother Mrs. Nora Marquis Holstein also of Phenix City. - PERSONALS - Mrs. Earl Rodwell of Winter Park, Florida, is spending several weeks in Florala visit- ing her many friends. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bar- row left Tuesday for a weeks vacation in Tampa, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Barrow are former residents of Tampa and have many friends there. The Contempottty Look 7o: lomooomln1 Mix ' ' ' era, Match era, Layer em To Suit Your Moods. They're Avadable With Many More At |t lot Those 1the lant Tomottosr's leuhions Today 1507 W. 5th Ave. Phone 858-7247 Florala, Ala. LAKE STANLEY BAPTIST CHURCH TO HOLD REVIVAL Lake Stanley Baptist Church of DeFuniak Springs, Florida is having a revival October 15 thru October 20. Services will begin at 7:30 p.m. with Reverend Richard Blevins of Blakely, Georgia as evangelist. There will be a choir each night led by Brother Raymond Williams. The church pastor is Reverend Tommy Mills who cordially invites everyone to come and have a good time in the Lord. The church is located on Highway 331, 1/4 mile north of Highway 90 West. DAFFODIL GARDEN CLUB MET THURSnAY NIGHT The Daffodil Garden Club met Tuesday night, September 26, in the home of Mrs. Jack Zorn. The meeting was called to order by the vice-president, Mrs. Wade Phillips in the ab- sence of the president, Mrs. Billy Harold Moore. Minutes were read and approved. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Tom Gibson. Booklets on "Spring Flower- ing Bulbs" were given to the members by Mrs. Wade Phillips. After much discussion on growing bulbs the meeting adjourned. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by her two lovely daughters, to the following: Mrs. Hubbart Byrd, Mrs. Lynn Zorn, Mrs. Kim George, Mrs. Wade Phillips, Mrs. Glen Zorn, Mrs. Tom Gibson and Mrs. llean Mc- Donald. - PERSONALS- Mr. and Mrs. David York of Fort Payne, Alabama spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. York in Florala. Mrs. Judy Hester (Judy Holley) and son, Benton, are spending the winter in beauti- ful Naples, Florida. Judy is teaching in Shadowlawn Ele- ' mentary School. .. Mrs. Betty Lesperance and two daughters, Pamela and Rhonda of Jacksonville, Florida, visited her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. I. V. Moore during the past weekend. North Creek Baptist Church will hold a cemetery working on Saturday morning, October 14. All interested persons are urged to be there with necessary tools for working. Mrs. Alma Jenkins of Tecsu- mseh, Michigan, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Lillie Mac Pail in Paxton and brought her a carrot from her garden that weighed two pounds, was three and one-half inches across the top, II inches around at the top and eleven inches long. Included in the giant veget- ables she brought her mother from her own garden was a real large beet which still had a nice green top. The veget- ables were smooth skinned and very pretty. Mrs. Jenkins has great pride in her vegetable garden. She grows all kinds of vegetables and like those she brought to her mother, they are fine healthy produce. THIS 'N THAT By Vera Whiddon You can be wealthy in COM- MON SENSI~ if you have no predjudice and enjoy the worth while things of life, wanting nothing and asking: "Can I do anything for you?" rather than being eager to inflate your "Ego" or do or say something for a selfish motive, which will probably be to your advantage right now, but will be only tern, porary and may work against you later. Be careful of what we say and do. BIBLE VERSE "If meat make my brother to offend, ! wi|l eat no flesh while the world standeth ..." 1. Who made the above statement? 2. To whom was he writing at the time? 3. What is its meaning? 4. Where may it be found? trows To Btble Vwse 1. Paul the Apostle. 2. The Christians in Cor- inth.. 3. It sets forth the principle. of Christ~-- ponsibil- ZJ e. .13. Fall elections were held last week at Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College. The student body voted on freshmen and sophomore class officers along with freshmen and sopho- more senators for this year's Student Government Associa- tion. The freshmen elected Paul Henderson, of Pleasant Home, as class president. Serving with him will be vice presi- dent Becky Pittman, of Opp, and secretary-treasurer Bar- bara Townsend, also of Opp. Sophomore class officers se- lected in the voting include president Jean Robbins, of Opp, vice president Myron Reeves, of Andalusia, and secretary-trea- surer Anna Blackmon, of Geor- giana. Angle Baker, of Andalusia, was the winner in the race for SGA secretary. Freshmen senators chosen to serve in the SGA are Pare Strowd, of Luverne, Steve Bar- low, of McKenzie, Paul Thoma- son, of Pleasant Home, Terry Shaw and Naomi Middleton, both of Andalusia. A run-off will be held this week for one of the freshmen senate seats between Ralph Comer and Janice Manner, both of Andalusia. Three sophomores were e- COVINGTON COUNTY FOOD STAMP PROGRAM [,ECLAREI) SUCCESS rbe Covington County Food Stamp Program has been de- clared a success. The value of the food stamps sold during the first month's operation was $104,128.00. The amount of cash received t-or these stamps was $43,801. Mrs. Virginia Mills, Di- rector, Covington County De- partment of Pensions and Se- curity, said that the program is "like a new industry in our county." Mrs. Mills was particularly pleased that 1465 households purchased food stamps during September. The total number of persons in these households was 414~. Applications are still being taken. Persons purchas- ing stamps may do so between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Plans are underway to sell stamps in Opp and Florala in the near future. Persons certified for food stamps may elect to purchase stamps monthly, semi-monthly or four times per month. Stamps may not be purchased for a month in advance. There is no need to save the old books after the stamps have been used. -- from the BOTTOM lected to the SGA senate. They are Robert Holley, of Andalusia, Debbie Newberry, of Florala, and Ricky Bass, of Straughn. The new SGA members will join the officers and senators elected last Spring to make up the 1972-73 SGA at LBW. Rex Butler, of Andalusia, is presi- dent with Pat Goodwin, of Opp, serving as vice president and Don Marley, of Andalusia, treasurer. ~ ~ ~ It's Oyster Time FLORALA QUARTERBACK CLU B MEETS IN PEGULAR SESSION The Florala Quarterback Club met at its regular meeting Monday night. The club was honored to have Coach Blair of Troy to speak. Coach Blair congratulated Florala's Coach Paul Godwin on building a strong and win- ning football team. Concluding his speech, Coach Blair invited Coach Godwin, Larry Hamilton and Willie Ray Huckabaa to come up to Troy for their homecoming. The club has lined up other speakers for their weekly Mon- day night meetings. They are still urging new members to come join the club and support the Wildcats. If you want the most from your food dollar, Department of Natural Resources suggests juicy oysters from Florida. Oysters are an protein, minerals and vitamins. An oysters will supply more than the copper, about one-half the iodine and ~olo~~ protein. Few foods are better balanced ters. September marks the opening of the Florida Pan-Fried Oysters mark the beginning Florida Pan Fried Oysters " 1V2 pints shucked Florida Dash pepper d C r is very evident in oysters 11/~ cups dry brea shoe shops. Some shoes 2 eggs, beaten crumbs combine colors or are trim- med in matching fabrics or colors. Suede is making a come back for winter shoes and some of it J.s easier to keep than the kind used in past years. 2 tablespoons milk lt~ cups flour 1 teaspoon salt Lemon wedgeS Drain oysters. Combine egg, milk, and crumbs and flour. Roll oysters in crumb mixture and roll in crumb mixture. Fry in hot heat until brown on one side. Turn c~arefully other side. Cooking time approximately 5 absorbent paper. Serve with lemon wedges. tional seafood recipes write Seafood, Room ing, Tallahassee, Florida 32304. Ill Even if you're a gourmet cook, you probably don't know all the things elec- tricity can do for you in the kitchen, Or what you can do to get the most out of it, Did you know, for instance, that vegetables should be cooked in very little water, ond only until they're tender,'? The longer they cook, the shorter it on for more than minutes after you've cooking. If you you'll be taking your heating o[ conditionu Now. Clip coupon, fill and send it to d We'll send free boc tells you how use your el tricity b We hope make your their vitamin suE)- little bri ply will be. And .il , Publl the more elec- . ~ ! ,:: Information C1~( tncdy ' you'll be , ~ ~ i , ........ e ' :"' ( i Advertising D a drippy faucet is no big :i-..!;> Please send me my free I thing, But, if your hot woter cr n /r f "F:l r'tricil /How 1Co use,, I faucet leaks one drop a sec- ,.t ...fret it' . o ,^/ortlq,.. I ond, you can lose 200 gallons , IXIAk/llz a month. The eleotricily it took i to h, eat that,,wot,er, is lost, too. , "- I I lgnT GOWn The aro n, CTATr I Another thing, When you runJ ..... tlI I your kitchen exhaust fan, to , _. L• P oll_le o _ toke out food odors and ex- , AlIOlIO IPOllelr cess heat, you shouldn't leave ', We live here too.