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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, C Y • • • MRS, KELTNER. JR. received his degree in Aquatic Biology. For her wedding the bride wore a gown of candle-light silk embossed with lace and her veil was a shoulder length lace mantilla worn Madonna style. She carried a nosegay of red rose buds and white star jasmine. Her matron of honor was Mrs. William Britton Rich- bourn, who wore a gown of rio- wered silk, lace trimmed, and a mantilla of lace. She car- ried a nosegay of red roses, Mr. Lockland Vance Tyler, Jr., served the groom as best man. For her daughters wedding the brides mother wore a street length dress of turquoise blue peau de sole with a corsage of white orchids. The grooms mother wore a dress of pink satin knit with a matching jac- ket lined with red. She wore a shoulder corsage of white Annual The Eighteenth Annual Ala- bama Alpha Delta Kappa Work- shop was held Oct. 5 at the University of Alabama Continu- ing Education Center in Tusca- loosa, Alabama. Alpha Delta Kappa, an iiiternationa! sororit:y for women teachers, has 62 chapters in "Alabama with 1987 members. The theme of the meeting was "Continuing Action Through Learning". State President, Miss Mary Brogden, of Bir- mingham, presided. The wel- Gibson of Florala; Mrs. Mone- tha Baldwin and Mrs. Ida Lou Smith of Paxton. ENROLLMENT AT MONTGOMERY AU INCREASES Enrollment for Auburn Uni- versity at Montgomery, fall 1974, tops 3,000 students. orchids, come was made by Dr. William Figures released October 4 Following the ceremony, the Bryan, Director 0¢ Continuing from Director of Admissions, brides parents entertained at a Education at the University of reception at their beautiful new Alabama. home, "Happy Hacienda", on Miss Brogden introduced Ono Island. The bride and guests, officers, and commit- groom left for a wedding trip tee chairmen. She then gave a to Mazatlan, Sinaloa, on the preview and goals of the Work- Mexican WestCoast. Upontheir shop. Recordin~ Secretary, return they will make their Mrs. Clara MillerofAndalusia, home in Pensacola. Among called (he Roll of Chapters. the entertainments preceeding Covington County Chapter AI- the wedding were a dinner party pha Psi reported five delegates at Mustin Beach and a buffet in attendance. Mrs. Miller is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. a member of Alpha Psi Chapter. W.B. Richbourg on Peyton After the refreshment-break, Avenue, Pensacola• when Alpha Psi members sPry- Attending the wedding from ed as hostesses, the delegates Lakewood and Florala were Mrs. T. J. Britton and Mrs. A. M. McNeill, Jr., and Mrs. Lloyd G. Vaughan. ALA-FLORA CHAPTER MEETS Darold Dunlavy, total 3150 in credit courses and 741 in non- credit courses. 1974 figures show a 25.4% increase over credit enrollment of last year which was 2512. Fall 1974 also shows a 53.5% increase over figures for fall 1972. This is the fourth year that enrollment has annuallyin- creased over 22%. Auburn University at Mont- gomery is now serving approxi- mately 4000 people in the Mont- gomery area. met in group sessions. Reports, i~,/j... ~~ were made later at a general meeting. The groups discussed the following topics: Commu- ~[ .,=~=. ~ ,] nications, Programs, Reports, and Projects. A delicious luncheon was held at 12:30 p.m. President-elect, ~i~! Mrs. Tbelma Freeman of Cull- % man, presided. Mrs. Mildred McCormick, President - elect, Alpha Delta Kappa Internation- al, of Shreveport, La., was guest I • . • IlnBs SlqORDS "Total Is To( What Is 'Total W0.l~ Ten wives of phin football play/ know; so they att~ first "Total Woram~ Could it be merci that after takifig and doing their next season cry game? It undefeated : lsq of professional 1 Ing play-off gameS: .1 per Bowl. ,,~l~l. You read about ~ man" in Anita Br.~.ll~llllm books. Manyt/ women around Ame~l~ cited about thene~V'~'~ vitality in their In the Sprit "Total gomery, Alabama, Smith, as incoming~ the sponsoring felt she should port the course. five yea guy and four ren, sh~ to learn - but she been more utionized her vitalized her husband was suggested she Kathryn has teacher and in her women of all feel frustrated, unfulfilled. Even really good have the best . • too? Yes, "Total Wol ing to town. ceeding the double ring cere- English literature, attended the Deep South Dis- class favorite and Key Club mony the church organist pre- The groom is the son of Mr. colder winters, most rosarians Here we are again to report trict Rose Convention inMobile Sweetheart. She is presently sented a program of traditional and Mrs. James MiltonKeltner, prefer other stocks, the progress in our class Mon- this past weekend. The follow- attending Meridian Junior Col- wedding music. Sr., of Coventry Estates, Pen- "We shall warn our mere-day night. With 14 members ing friends came by to see the lege and also employed in Data Tkebxide is the daughter of sacola, formerly of Memphis, .hers, also, not to cut back for depositing 2Z 1/2 pounds, our Reeves rose garden on their Processing at the Junior Col- former Judge and Mrs. William Tenn. He graduated from Mem- winter here: top off the shanky bank account climbed to 4,804 way home Sunday afternoon: lege. Denva Richbourg and is the phis State University where he cones to prevent wind damage, 1/2 pounds. but leave pruning to late Feb- We had more in attendance Mrs. lnez Harris, Miss Louise The groom-to-be is a gra- , , , • , ruary. Any fall pruning should (18), but life-timers and staff Lampkin and Mrs. KatyLamp- duate of Northeast Lauder- EARS] kin of Bradenton, Fla., Katy dale High School. His honors be around September I-5, to do not have pounds to deposit was the banquet speaker which included class president, class cared-for roses should do as can keep it off. We are sorry Battleship Alabama Saturday football and track teams, track I well in late October and early that many of our regular night. Monday morning, Mr. team capfain, vice-president of November as they did in the members were out onaccount and Mrs. Frank HirshofClear- Club. Before joining the U. S. tI ~ ~ = 6002 Ispring''' of sickness. " water, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Allen Air Force he attended Meridian Many of our members said Wolking of Jacksonville, Fla., Junior College. this was the best program yet, and their' daughter, Mrs. Vir- Katherine is the grand- am including our new Flip-Chart, ginia Scruggs of Chipley, Fla. daughter of the late Mr. and * * * * which proves to us that the The inability Of people to impression made with the eye is ~, ~ --- Florala, AIo. [ understand issues may be thelearnmOStsomethinglaSting.newWefromCanthisall the result of the inability of instructive chart. L ....... 1 ] ~leaders to explain,open.'thatUSuallyBUthas'remember'c°mesdeliberatelyin through a door"Temptati°nbeen left SOC ia ! -/ Stoppas t Have you left open a door which gave temptation a chance to come in? Let's check-up • and have a real heart-to-heart appenlng_ talk with me-and-myself and make new resolutions and de- "nterferer ce termine we are not going to let ~.~..r~ my-self leave open a door ~-=--~= ' - to tempt me. OK? We have so many recipes of ~~~ ~ such GOOD food to eat it's hard Gary McAdams and Miss Pam Friends of Mrs. Noah Henley to know which one to choose Pope both' students at Troy will be glad to knowsheishome each week. Let's try another State University, spent Sunday recovering nicely from recent good liver recipe. It sounds with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. surgery at Mizell Memorial good to me. Glenn McAdams. Hospital. Chicken Livers With Mr. and Mrs. Bill McAdams Mrs. Luther Kramer (Elaine Vegetables and their house guests, Mr.and Vaughan) and little daughter ~/Z cup chopped celery Mrs. Louise Bors of Franklin, Meredith of Huntsville and ped of Florala were dinner guests Mississippi, spent the week- 9. teaspoon chives of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mc- end with relatives in Florala. I/2 teaspoon salt I I/2 cups tomato juiceAdams on Friday evening, Oc- I/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper tober II. 9. Teaspoon "Legal" A-ISauce IN REEVES' HOME speaker. She challenged the IT'S A BOY enthusiastically s educators to work hard in ADK Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Willi- to" tips The Ala-Flora Rose Chapter and to look for the good things ford announce the birth of a woman can a gather in acovered-dishsupper in life. marriage. T meeting in the home of Mer- Alpha Psi members in the boy, Marvin Duane, on October ages women to reaC .~ 10. Marvin weighed in at 10 est heights of su; C~ ton J. Reeves, Florala, Ala., area who attended the meeting pounds and 4 ounces and was21 fulfillment in their r! 6:30 p.m., October 17. Dr. Hal were the following: President, inches long. The happy grand- D. Bennett, Graceville, is pre- Mrs. NanHutcheson, Mrs. Gwen parents are Mr. and Mrs. not simply be sat_i~ sident. Mr. and Mrs. Arthel A. Mrs. Grady R. Swords, Sr., mediocrity and borcu At an impressive morning grand daughter of Mrs. Tho- I have asked Virginia Sc- George Zlokas of Pensacola, ceremony on October 5th in. mas J. Britton and the late Mr. rungs of Chipley to present a Mrs. Louise Braswell of Flo- George, Sr. of Meredian, Mis- and Mrs. J. H. Little and the umnae say "It work Christ Episcopal Church, Pen- Thomas J. Britton, of Lake- lecture on "Roses on Fortu- rata and Mr. Marvin Williford sissippi announce the forthcom- late J. H. Little, all of Atlanta, fun! He's' talking Ii sacola, Fla., Miss Mary Mar- wood, Fla., andMrs. William A. niana Rootstock,"usingcolored of Deweyville, Texas. inn marriage of their daughter, Georgia. hearing me and ro~ • ,, It garet Richbourg and Mr. Ja- Richbourg and the lateMr. Wil- slides from her parentscollec- Katherine AlleneSwords,toEd- Edward is the grandsonour lives again. • tion in Jacksonville, Bennett REEVES ATTEND ward Wayne Weeks, son of Mr. of Mrs. Eva Weeks and the late TION course. If yo~ rues Milton Keltner, Jr., were liam A. Richbourg, of Pensa- sa!d. and Mrs. Wayne W. Weeks. William Taft Weeks and Mr. your homework n,o) united in marriage. The Rev- cola, Fla., formerly of Florala, The bride-to-be is a graduate and Mrs. A. L. McDougald, all happen. If you do, "~ erend Edward Harrison, of the Ala. She received her educa- Roses grow well in our area, DEEP SO TH of Northeast Lauderdaleof Samson, Alabama. A three-session cv Episcopal Church performed lion at Case Western Reserve budded onto various rootstock. High School with honors. She The wedding is set for Oc- be offered November the ceremony. The altar deco- University in Cleveland, Ohio But wRhoutdoubttheygrowbet- ROSE CONVENTION received the American Legion tober 26, 2974 at the First 19th with two cla ;s rations were of white chrysan- and the University of West Flo- ter here and south of here on themums and gladioli. Pre- rida, where she majored in this peculiarly Florida stock. Citizenship Award, was cheer- Baptist Church Chapel of Meri- daily. Time for h Further north, in hard clay and Mr. and Mrs. Merton Reeves leader, Anchor Club president, dian, Mississippi at 4:00 p.m. es will be I0 a.m. " Dr. Beverely Tinnin will be or 7:00 9:30 the officiating minister. A re- teen B.. llao ~riPdtieO, nhwimlle, fOllow at the cC:ullreg:.will Thee t hAlclo:;~:n:;e anrddr:/la;ii~evSt °eJ nu~s:/y:~l: ib:2rIi tc%p~Itoe:d the cerem°ny and re- g i:6t3r, at8i:~ lC21~.225" ssmlnlUlm I =,ooo oo,o . I [ Good For Down Paym i l[ I On Any New Mobile Horrtei [ Sold During Month Of ibm II October 'l" , PER CUSTO.ER " Brew;on Road-.-222-410It Andalu=ia. AlgbamO If your set fumbles in the middle of a play, come 0yer to Cable TV. It blocks all kinds of interference - ghosts, snowing,' rolling pictures - for great receptionl You'll see more sports action with Cable TV. On network channels you couldn't connect with any other way. Plus more specials, more movies, more everythingl Complete home entertainment ortly pennies a day. 7 - ABC WJHG Panama City 8 - Time, Music, Weather 10 - NBC WALA Mobile, Ala. 12 - NBC WSFA Montgomery, Ala. 13 - NBC WDHN Panama City 2 - EDU WDIQ Dozier, Ala, 3 - ABC WEAR Pensacola, Fla. 4 - CBS WTVY Dothan, Ala. 5 - CBS WKRG Mobile, Ala. 18 on 6 ABC WDHN Dothan, Ala. 1 pound of Chicken livers Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mor- 8 ounces Brussel sprouts, ris, Ann Marie, Eric, and Combine celery, pepper,Sherrie of Eufaula spent the chives, salt, cayenne pepper, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. tomato juice, and steak sauce Milner Perry and family. In saucepan. Bring to a boil and simmer covered about 10 Mr. and Mrs. Danny Pow- minutes or until vegetables are ell and daughter of Jackson, tender but still crisp. Brown Mississippi spent the weekend chicken livers on all sides or- with Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Pow- er medium heat in a non-stick ell. pan. Add the tomato juice mixture. Simmer an additional 5 minutes, Turn into serving dish. Surround chicken livers with border of Brussel sprouts. Makes 2 servings. We hope to see less of you at our Weight Watchers meet- Mr. and Mrs. Allison Hut- cheson, Madonna and Gregory spent Sunday in Dothan with re- latives. Walter Wood has returned home to his parents, Mr. and IngMondaynightatT:00o'clock. Mrs. Frank Mayo, of Sacre- Be ready to stay for the whole mento, California after spend- program. Those stayingforthe Inn severul months with his whole program are showing the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. best weight loss. W.W. Price. Briliiant color• Sharp black and white• Always the best possible TV picture. If that's what you're looking for, give us a call. We'll stop your pass inter- ference for good[ OUR REGULAR $I0.00 CABLE TV INSTALLATION - ONLY $5.00 Offer good in Florala and Lockhaxt Expires November 15, 1974 i n i u DIAL OPERATOR AND ASK FOR WX-8741 Dr * BAD CHECKS * SHOPLIFTING * INTERNAL & EXTERNAL THEFT * APPREHENDING PROCEDURES * THEFT LAWS & LIABILITIES Get The Facts-Attend uslness ,minar At State Junior College PEE WEE GAME Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Todd Thursday October 24,1974,8:OOa.m. till 12 noOS of Tuscaloosa and Mr. andMrs. There will be a PeP Wee Felix Todd and daughter, football game Saturday, Octo- Holley, of Troy, visited with NO FEE WILL BE CHARGED her 19 at 6:00 p.m. The Ti- Mrs. Katherine Perry Sat- gers will play the Jets and the Rams will play the Cow- boys. Then on Monday night, Octo- ber 21, at 6:00 p.m. the Pack- ers will play the Cowboys. Come on out and support these little fellows. urday. If you get rid of envy you w~ll be surprised to see how many nice people there are in your community. REGISTER TODAY-Send Name,Firm,City, and number attend to: Jim Key, Enterprise State Junior College Enterprise, AI.3 ) or Call 347-2623 /