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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION FrRbH'/E£1TE[~ PAGE 6 .... The Envoys Envoys To S" g Assembly Of God The Envoys are a gospel music group from Charlotte, North Carolina that have sung professionally for seven years in a music ministry across the United States. The three members of the Envoys pre- sent both traditional and con- temporary gospel music in their concerts supplemented by their sharing of the Word of God. The Envoys appear on both national Christian Television Networks - The P.T.L. Club, and the 700 Club. Singing on these programs that have mil- lions of viewers has given in- stant recognition to the Envoys all across the country. The Envoys have also shared con- certs with Doug Oldlmm, AJa- drae' Crouch, The Couriers, and many fine Christian artists of our day. Although the Envoys pre- sent versatility and smooth- ness in their songs, their em- phasis is not only entertain- ment. Steve Bowden, Les Green, and Phil Felten seek first to uplift the Lord Jesus Christ through a happy, prais- ing musical selection a~id a joyous, genuine personal shar- ing. ~rhe Envoys will be at the First Assembly of God, 1721 West Fifth Avenue, Florala, Saturday, October 16, start- ing at 7 p.m. Pastor Ray- mond Taylor invites everyone to attend. Present: Robert Moseley; There being no further bus- be held at 7 p.m. on October Rupert Greene; Max Willis, iness the meeting was ad- 18, 1976 at Florala High David Willis; Coach Paul journed.Next meeting will School. Terry; Coach George Lancas- ,, ter; Coach Robert McCurley; [ p G d Coach Johnny Taylor; Joe Evans, Betty Evans; Harold axton ar en McNeill; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zessin; Dr. James Denney; Shot Geoghagan; Princi~l I Club Meets ,, Charles Stevenson. The meeting was called to order by President Robert Another year began for the "time to get growing for the Moseley.. ~restdent Moseley Paxton Garden Club with their' upcoming bake and plant sale asked for approval of minutes first meeting on September 28 in late October. of the last meeting. Motion at the Paxton Civic Center. The The club also discussed the was made by Evans and se- Club heard a speech by Micco possibility of placing a Blue conded by Willis. Carried with Blue Eagle or Mr. ArthurTur- Star Marker on Highway 331 all in favor, net of Paxton, about the Creek and purchasing draperies for A treasurer report was given Indians and their gardening ha- the Civic Center and placing a by Max Willis as follows: say- bits. Turner is Chief of the sign at the Civic Center. ings account - $620.16; special Muscogee (Creek) Indian Na- Greg McClellan was appoint- account -" $235.73; regular tion East of the Mississippi. ed to be in charge of the club's checking account - $1193.05. President Sally Merrifield participation at the Chautauqua Willis reported that there presided at the meeting and Festival to be held inDeFuniak were 147 paid memberships also served as hostess for the Sprtngs next May. The club In the Florala Quarterback month. Mrs. Bruce (Shirley) also discussed the SpringDis- Club. Ward was welcomed to the club trict Meeting 'which they will An outstanding bill in the as a new member. She was co-host with the DeFuniak amount of $13.19 for gas to introduced to the club by Mrs. Springs Club. Matt Bradley, was approved on a motion by David Willis and seconded by Max Willis, with all in favor of paying. Coach Paul Terry gave a report on last weeks game with Opp. Terry stated that in the first half, Opp used a end around play that hurt us and in the second half, the passing was the factor in the score of the game. He stated that we had two good scoring drives and played good defense with the exception of pass defense and end plays in the first half. In a report on this weeks game with Brundidge, he sta- ted that they are still using a wide spread passing attack similar to what they used last year. They have won few ga- mes this year and he feels that unless we play our best they will be hard to handle. This week is homecoming and Florala should be ready to play. Hunt and Bedsole suf- fered minor injuries in last weeks game and should be ready to play this Friday. An oyster supper will be held November I, 1976 at 6:30p.m. for all quarterback club mem- bers at the Florala High School. President Moseley appointed the following com- mittees. Securing the oysters: Harold McNeill and Rupert Greene; Lancaster to secure facilities and tables, lights and etc; Max Willis, ketchup, cra- ckers, and etc; Charles Ste- venson, cooking oil; Shot Geo- glmgan, butane cooker. Gladys Looney. During the business session, President Merrifield remind- ed all the members that it was For refreshments, the club members and Chief Turner enjoyed Georgia Nut Cake, Fruit Compote, cheese straws, colas and coffee. Halloween Carnival Set There will be a Halloween Carnival at the New Harmony Community Center on October 30 beginning at 7 p.m., featur- ing hay rides, a haunted house, cake walks, a fish pond, candy stick games and "bingo" for adults. A bean guessing contest will take place and a doorprize will be given away. A CB radio, a savings bond and 25 pounds of dog food will be given away. Remember: Saturday night, October 30 at 7 p.m. at the New Harmony Community Cen- ter. News Of Interest by Merle Woodham Stupendous! Colossal! Zowie! Our brain is in a whirl! Don't go near "Silky" Corbin or he'll tie you in knots, honest! When he pulls this memory stuff on you, look out! Call it a memory feat, mental magic or what you will, but here is the way it works. Write down thirty (30) words and number them. Read the numbers and words to "Silky" and not only will he repeat them to you as you gave them, but you can call off any number and he will give the corresponding word. He caps the performance by giving the entire list backwards! This "sensational youth" completely captured the hearts and minds of the audience on October 5, when the young artist ap- peared at the American Legion last Tuesday evening. This local magician, displayed poise in making smooth moves of misdirection - no matter how close you are to the stage, he is amazing - it was truly "mystery at its best". The "Miracle Memory Act" came as the finale- what an impact. When "Silky" took his final bow and departed, the hearts of the audience went w/th him. THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, Come in and see our new Fall line of fashiom and register for prizes to be given away Florala, A labama '1 We are pl'anning a WHITE ELEPHANT SALE FLEA MARKET, NEXT DOOR TO MOODY'S DRUG STORE October 15 And 16 but we need your old or new furniture appliances and clothes - Just anything.* You name it, we need it. All proceeds will go to buy the Tri-City Rescue Squad new equipment Call 858-3359 or 858-6268 to notify us of donations. We will pick-up. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY POST 77 L-, IIo1[ IU[ L ~"1~ ~ IN ~n ~lalirr (Officer ~tanbari~a ani~ ~raining Herebx awards the (£rrtifiratr ~f gompLianrr QUINN ARLYNE MCMILLIAN For ~a~mg /ul/~lled the requirements for c~ract er, education and tminimlr as prescribed In Chapter 94J. ] 4 f21 of FIorMa Statut~ of 1974 DECEMBER q, 1975 02-15660 pd. pol. adv. by Quinn