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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. 4 PAGE 2 THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, ... Mrs. Tisdale Wedding Ceremony Unites Sims- Tisdale Parkview Baptist Church, Pensacola, was the scene of a candlelight ceremony, Septem- ber 11, 1976 uniting Miss Nina Sims and Mr. Verne Steven Tisdale. Miss Sims is the daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Leon Sims (former Betty Watson) of Pensacola. She is the granddaughter of Elder and Mrs. Ivy Watson of Florala. Mr. Tisdale is the son of Mr. and Mrs. FrederickJ. Tisdale, also of Pensacola. The sidle ring ceremony was performed by the Reverend T. L. Hutchinson of Parkview Church. Miss Vivian Stall- worth was organist. Miss Nancy Gerean, vocalist, sang "We've Only Just Begun," "Here, There and Every- where," and "The Lord's Prayer." The church was beautifully decorated for the 6:00 p.m. ceremony. Vows were ex- changed between two spiral candelabras each holding four- teen white tapers. The choir rail was topped with ivy. Two large baskets of white gladio- lus and blue tipped carnations flanked the alter. The alter rails and windows held twin- ing ivy centered with hurricane lanterns containing white can- dles. The bride was given in mar- riage by her parents and es- corted down the aisle by her father. She wore a formal gown of white crepe knit which flowed into a chapel train. The neckline featured a V yoke insert of peau de ange and venise lace. The cardinal sleeves were completed in matching lace. The bride's headpiece was a fingertip veil of mantilla lace attached to a lace covered Juliet frame, ac- cented with seed pearls. Her bouquet was a cascade of min- iature blue tipped carnations with baby breath and white sa- tin streamers tied in love knots. Bridesmaids were Misses Janet Kelly and Linda Stewart of Pensacola and Miss Denise Dawson of Florala. Mrs. Mic- hael (Glenda) Miller of Pen- sacola was Matron of Honor. The bridesmaids were gowned in floor length dresses of soft aqua blue knit with cape sleev- es and a V neckline. The mat- ron of honor wore an identical dress of ice blue. Their head- pieces were circular nets at- tached to pearl covered combs. The attendants carried nose- gays of blue tipped mums with matching streamers, and wore gold necklaces, which were gifts from the bride. The men in the wedding party wore silver grey tuxedos. Their white shirts were ac- cented with blue tipped lace. They wore boutonnieres of white carnations. Mr. Frede- rick Dombroski served as best man. Groomsmen were Ray Larochelle, Jimmy GramUch, and Rick Miller. Brothers of the bride and groom, Robert Sims and Vance Tisdale, ser- ved as ushers. Mrs. Sims chose a dress of apricot crepe knit for her daughter's wedding. Her floor length dress featured a ruffled V neckline, empire styling, with long puffed sleeves. She wore a corsage of white car- nations enclosed in apricot net and ribbons. The groom's mother wore a mint green dress with a natural waist- line, V neckline, and sheer, fitted sleeves. Her corsage was accented with matching aint green. Mrs. Watson, Irandmotber of the bride, wore a pale green dress with a white carnation corsage. RECEPTION Mr. and Mrs. Sims enter- tained wedding guests at a reception at Rodeway Inn West. The bride's table was covered in white. It featured scalloped draping across the front,, ac- cented by large bows. The table was centered by a min- iature live fountain. The foun- tain was encircled by 6 columns which formed a base for the wedding cake. The lights of the fountain accentuated the cake throughout the reception. The three-tiered cake was de- corated with white icing ac- cented by blue roping, small roses, and dainty bells. The top of the cake featured a bride and groom stepping from a large wedding bell. The bride's cake was flanked by two silver candelabras holding four blue tapers rising out of an arrangement of blue tipped carnations and white baby breath. Mrs. Frank Kelly, aunt of the bride, served the cake. Two punch tables were co- vered in white and draped in gold. The tables were cen- tered with punch bowls en- circled in fern and white car- FARM BUREAU INSURANCE FEDERATED GUARANTY/.FE MRS. LYNETTE Z~ Are there routes less expensive than others for settling estates? Yes. There are no penalties; therefore, no interest if the estate i$ settled on time. Furthermore, no shrinkage, no "for ~les, "no anxiety having to sell the South 40 for $100 an acre when it's worth $225. The key.., liquidiW. The foolproof product that will provide the money to pay the cost of seffJing an estate at the time of death is life insurence. Many substitutes have guaranteed not to shrink, ravel at the seams or fade out to provide cash to settle an estate but nothing compares with life insurance. There is no estate; therefore, no cost of estate settlement until death occurs. When it does, life insurance becomes money bought on installment to solve this problem. I II I Miss Prescott Weds ome eremony Miss Sandra Renee Prescott and Raymond Arnold Blood- worth exchanged wedding vows at an alter near an arch, cov- ered with blue pom pores and baby breath with greenery flanked by two arrangements of gladiolus and candelabras at the home of the bride's mother In Florala, on October 8, 1976. Miss Prescott is the daughter of Mrs. Darwin Tucker of Flo- rala and Henry L. Prescott of Pensacola, Florida. Mr. Bloodwortb is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bloodworth of Pensacola. The Reverend Ed Neeley of- ficiated at the double ring ce- remony. Mr. Connie Adams of Paxton, served as organist for the wedding. The bride, dressed in a white satin taffeta gown with an em- pire waist enhanced with white lace with matching train and a veil of soft illusion net, grac- ed with lace and seed pearls, was given in marriage by her ADK Holds Meeting Here The Alpha Psi Chapter of ADK met Saturday afternoon, October 9 at the Dinner Bell Restaurant. Hostesses for the meeting were Nan John- son, Gracie Murl Maddox, and Terry Odom. Following refreshments the hostesses were in charge of the Founder's Day Program, which is always held in Oc- tober and honors four outst- anding women educators who founded the International Ho- norary Sorority for Women Educators. Martba Pruitt, president, called the meeting to order. Gwen Wilson read the minu- tes of the previous meeting. After the business session, the meeting closed with the sing- ing of "The Lamp of ADK". Members attending from this area were GwenGibson, Mone- tha Baldwin, Ida Lou Smith, Rita Moseley, Pat Cox, Jo Anne Greene, Rebecca Mad- dog, Lynda Powell, Betty Ma- jors~ Rebecca Scarborough and the hostesses. brother, Grog Prescott. She carried a cascade of blue and white carnations. Mrs. Larry Silvia of Pen- sacola served as matron of honor. She wore a long, flow- ing blue chiffon gown with mat- ching wide brim hat. She car- ried a cascade of blue carna- tions with baby breath and groom daisies. Miss Angola Darlene Tucker, sister of the bride, served u candle lighter. Mr. Wayne Bloodwortb, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers were Greg Pres- cott, brother of the bride, and Wayne Bloodworth, brother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Tucker chose for her daughter's wedding, a bin. quiana floor length gown with an empire waist and bell slee- ves. She worn a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Maizie Metcalf, mater- hal grandmother of the bride, wore a mint green dress with sheer sleeves and a corsage of white carnations. Following the wedding, tlw couple was entertained at a reception in their honor. Mrs. May Metcalf greeted the guests while Mrs. Wayne Bloodworth served the cake and Ms. Liuda Wiley served coffee and punch. The bridegroom's cake was served by Ms. Debra Wilker- son and Ms. Brenda Sauls. At the reception, a table co- vered with pastel pink, draped with white lace held the bride's book where guest registered. Gifts were placed on another table skirted with pastel green and pink with an arrangement of silk roses, filled with rice. The three-tiered wedding cake was placed on a large ta- ble of blue overlayed with lace along with a silver punch bowl and floral arrangement of blue mums and candles. Silver compotes filled with mints and nuts completed the table accessory. Mrs. Bloodworth chose for her going-away outfit, a two- piece street dress of emerald green. After a wedding trip to Na- varee Beach, Florida, the cou- ple is at home in Pensacola where Mr. Bloodworth is em- ployed with Westinghouse Cor- poration and Mrs. Bloodworth is a senior at Woodham High School. .... Mrs. Bloodworth Alpha Delta Kappa Is Educators Club Alpha Delta Kappa Interna- tional Honorary Sorority for Women Educators recognizes outstanding, experienced, and dedicated women teachers and unites them in a group of more than 49,000 doing such altruis- tic work as awarding scholar- ships to worthy individuals, fostering educational pro- grams such as the Interna- tional Teacher Exchange, In- ternational Enrichment Pro- gram, grants to individuals who propose worthy education- al programs (as Humanities studies) and serve their local communities with many hours of service and funds raised in ways too diverse to enume- rate. a A portion of the groups time "6 Mlotind to social enrich- ment, so that the close fellow- ship of a sorority emerges, as well as the benevolent and professional enrichment gi- ven to society. Alpha Delta Kappa was char- tered in the state of Missouri in 1947 and since that time has experienced the most ra- pid and expansive growth of any fraternal organization. Alpha Psi Chapter of Cov- ington County recognizes the following active and retired teachers in this area: Rebecca Scarbrough, Ida Lou Smith, Mo- netha Baldwin, Rita Moseley, Rebecca Maddox, Gwendolyn Gibson, Kay Crawford, Betty Majors, Gracie Maddox, Nan Johnson, Lexie Adams, Kathe- rine Odom, Linda Powell, Jo Anne Green~, Patricia Cox, i iildm. History Club Has First Meeting Here The History Club of Fin- rata met in the Woman's Club House Thursday afternoon, Oc- tober 7, at three-thirty o'clock for its first meeting of the year. The club house was beautifully decorated with fall flowers. The hostess, Mrs. Josie Wil- liams and Mrs. Mabel Zorn, assisted by Mrs. Grady Wil- liams and Mrs. John Bald- win served delicious lemon cheese cake, nuts and punch. After a time of fellowship, the meeting was called to or- der by the president, Mrs. Sa- die Moon. America the Beau- tiful was sung by the members and the club collect repeated. nations. Aunts of the bride, Mrs. Frankie Pegram and Mrs. Vaughn Watson served punch. Miss Chris Simmons, friend of the bride, also as- sisted in serving. Guests en- joyed a delicious assortment of light hors d' oeuvres. Mrs. Dlanne Jones, friend of the bride, presided at the gold covered bride's took ta- ble. Guests were invited to sign the bride's book with a beautiful feathered pen. The table was complimented with a bud vase containing a white and blue carnation. The new Mrs. Tisdale chose a knee length dark green dress with empire styling for her going away outfit. Her corsage was of white carna- tions. After a wedding trip along the Florida coast, the couple will reside in Pensa- cola. Minutes of the Spring meeting were read and approved. Rou- tine business matters were transacted. Mrs. W. F. Rasberry's pro- gram for the day was on Wil- liamsburg, Virginia. The study was most inlormative and in- teresting. In 1699 the Capital of the Virginia Colony was moved from Jamestownto Mid- dle Plantation and renamed Williamsburg after King Wil- liam of England. The College of William and Mary was foun- ded here in 1693. Patrick Henry delivered his famous speech against the stamp act in the capital building here. The Convention of 1776 draft- ed the Virginia Declaration of Rights which became the model for the Bill of Rights tn the U.S. Constitution. She showed beautiful color pic- tures of Williamsburg as it looks today after it was re- stored. Williamsburg was then the center of Virginia social, cul- tural and political life. In 1779 the capital was moved to Richmond. In 1927 theRev- erend Goudwin interested John D. Rockerfeller in restoring the city to the way it bad look- Celebrate 50 Years ed in the 1700's. Many thou- Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Sasser of Route Two, Opp. celebrated sands of visitors each year are their Golden Wedding Anniversary on September 19 at a recep- guided through the historic finn at their home given by their children. buildings and gardens which Well over Z00 guests enjoyed wedding cake, punch and other refreshments. The couple would like to thank their many friends for attending and for all the lovely gifts. They were especially proud to receive a telegraph from Governor George Wallace con- gratulating them on their 50th anniversary; as well as a letter from President Gerald Ford congratulating them. The reception was given by their children: Hubert Sasser, Hudson $asser, Dounie Sasser and Shirley Sasser Teller. portray the life and customs of the 18th century. Themotto of Colonial Williamsburg is: That the future may learn from the past. Recipe Of Week (Editor's Note: This week's recipe is truly a tasty treat. Martba Byrd let staff member LIX Bates have a piece left over from the United Methodist Women's supper last week. It was delicious. The corn- bread -- "Fancy and Mexi- can" is different from any other corubread. It is ac- tually more like a casserole than like a bread. Martba reports that it is truly good with turnip greens, bul, that she can even enjoy it cold.) 1 cup cream style corn I/Z cup plain corn meal tablespoons baking powder Z/3 cup salad oil 3 tablespoons bell pepper (chopped) I/2 Cup onion (chopped) 2 eggs z pods hot pepper (optional) 3 tablespoons pimento peppers 1 cup sour cream 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup cheese (grated) Mix all ingredients except grated cheese as you would for regular corn bread. Pour half corn mixture in a 13x9xZ inch pan and top with half of grated cheese. Add remainder of corn mixture and top with remainder of cheese. Bake at 400 degrees approximately 30 minutes or until golden brown. Serves I0 to IZ. NOW OPEN Paxton Beauty Salon Hilda Joiner Open Monday - Saturday Phone 834-2215 Engagement McCormick - Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc- Cormick of Route Two, Ponce De Leon, Florida, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricla Dianne, to Roland Bernard Dyess, son of the Reverend and Mrs. Bernard Dyess of Paxton. The bride - elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. John McCormick and Mrs. McCormick of Darlington, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Will Carroll of Leonia, and is a so- nior at Ponce De Leon School. The is the grandson of Mr. Dyess and the late Loin! of Paxton and Mr. and Raymond Hoover of runny. He is a 1976 of Paxton High School presently self A December wedding ned. Who's New/!!! Wallis Burleson Mr. and Mrs. Charles H Wal!is of Metairie, Louisiana wish to announce the birth of a son, Jeffrey Price Wallts, born on October I, 1976, tip- ping the scales at 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. (Chuck) Wallis are happy grandparents who say this completes the backfield and are now looking for two majorettes or cheer- leaders and a wide receiver. Jennette born to Mr. and Mrs. Burleson of West Ninth nue in Florala on 14, at 3:33 a.m. She weighed six nine ounces and was long. The little ed home by three two sisters. Singer Sewing Machines A nd Vacuum Sales And Service. New And Used. For Service Or Information, Call Or Paxton Fabrics, 834-2922, Or Write P. O. Box 1101, Paxton, Florida The Singer Company Come To See Us For The F4nest In ~~ Tires - Batteries ~.~ Accessories Holmes Gulf Service 300 East 5th Avenue I=lorala. Alabama 36442 4 - Way 5top USE YOUR GULF TRAVEL CARD Ttjr lorala _ rWs SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT SOUTH FIFTH STREET FLORAL&.ALABAMA MR. AND MRS. LARRY K. WOODHAM, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION RATES Covington, County, Alabama ................. 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