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OWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1974 PAGE 7 chell Parker, and Mrs. Seymour Gitenstein, who told something of, their respective faiths, Baptist, United Methodist, Presbyterian, Episcopal and Judaism. The president thanked Mrs. Eiland for her hospitality and Mrs. Mathews for her program. Annotlncement was made that October 23rd meeting would be held at the Club House with Mrs. J. F. Holley hostess and Mrs. Eiland, leader. WATSONS ENJOY REUNION OF CHILDREN It was a happy time Sunday, October 13 at the home of Mr. Pee IVees Carry A Two Victories And One Tie Against Opp Saturday Night Last Saturday night,Mathews quarterback keep. No. 20, Whi- The second game pitted the Stadium was the scene of bat- sonant carried the ball across Jets of Opp against the Tigers tie for the Pee-Wee's of Opp the goal line for the 2 point of Florala with this battle end- against Florala's Pee-Wee's. conversion to make the score 8 ing up in a 0 to 0 tie. The final game standings show- to 0, Opp. Boyington of the In the third game the Rams ed Florala carrying away two Florala Jets made a 50 yard of Florala trounced the Rams ~ victories under their belt, suf- run to the 10 yard line, andthen of Opp by a score of 22-0. fering one defeat and tying taking it the final ten yards for Chris Pelham blocked an Opp HICKS onegame, the Florala 6pointer. Maraman punt and ran 16 yards for the The first game saw the VolS attempted the 2 point conver- first touchdown. Stevenson car- Mrs. Nora N. Hicks, age 85, of Opp battling the Jets of Fie.. sion but failed making the final ried the ball around right end passed away Sunday night, Octo- rata. Ed Spurlin of Opp made s.core Opp Vols 8 and the Jets for the 2 point conversion rank- her 13, 1974 in an Andalusia a 15 yard run around right end of Florala 6. ing the score 8 to 0. The se- hospital. She was a life long for the first to~hdown on a cond touchdown was set up on resident of Route One, Florala another blocked punt by Teddy I1~ and a member of the North Boles. Boles then got the call a 30 square mile area and no- thing was found. Chief Paul R. McClellan stated, "If it was a hoax, the part was played real well. We just can't ignore a call for help like that." The search was also assist- ed by James York of the Flo- rata National Guard, and the helicopters came from the base at Ft. Rucker. Also various citizens assisted in the search. A late call to theFloralaPo- lice Department revealed that a small search was in progress around Sanford located between Andalusia and Opp. This search was being conducted by the Sheriff's department and Flo- rala had a car assisting. At presstime no definite word was brought to light onthe sub- ject, although a tape recording of the transmissions were be- ing studied at length. Hard work may be good for man but there are generous souls willing to give their share to someone else. WATER 2 4 HOURS A BARNES Mr. Eric Barnes, age 76, a resident of DeFuniak Springs for the past 37 years, passed away in a DeFuniak Springs hospital, early Sunday morn- ing, October 6, 1974. He was a former resident of Florala and was a native of Crenshaw County, Alabama. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Girselda Godwin of Sims, Ale., one brother, Harvey Bar- nes of Lockhart, Ale., and nu- merous neices and nephews. Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. from Evans Funeral Home with Reverend Raymond Taylor and Huey Mit- Chell officiating. Burial was in the North Creek Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. SANTOS Erik Santos, infant sonofMr. and Mrs. JuUan Santos, Jr., of Jacksonville, passed away Mon- day, September 30, 1974, in Maitland, Florida. Survivors other than the father and mother are, grand- the kindness of friends, neigh- bors and relatives is most deeply appreciated. Our sin- cere thanks for your beauti- ful floral offerings, prayers, covered dishes and other ex- pressions of sympathy extend- ed to us during the death of bur loved one, Walter Collinsworth. These acts will always be re- /nembered and appreciated. May God richly bless and keep each one of you, is our prayer. The Walter Collinsworth Family 10-17-1tc through the mails or other- wise during the 12 monthspre- ceding thedate shownabove was 2139. "I certify that the statements made by me above are correct and complete. Larry K. Woodham" WANT AD Will sit with elderly ladies week days. FOR SALE: 12 ft. plywood boat for sale, ne- ver been used, reasonable -. phone 4-1824. 10-17-1tpd Moved To NewLocation DUANE'S BODY SHOP 48-49, and said default con- tinning, we, the undersigned, as Attorneys for First Fed- eral Savings and Loan Asso- ciation of Andalusia, Alabama, a corporation, will sell at pub- lic outcry to the highest bidder for cash, in front of the Court- house door of the Covington County, Courthouse in Anda- lusia, Alabama, between the legal house of sale, on the Ist day of November 1974, the fol- lowing described property sit- uated in Covington County, Ala- bama, to-wit: Lots 5 and 6, Block 32, Garrett Addition to the City of FIorala, Coving- ton County, Alabama. Said sale is made for the purpose of paying the mort- gage debt and costs and ex- penses of foreclosing, includ- ing a reasonable attorneys' fee. BEHIND BISHOPS GRAB-A-$AK Poxton, Florida COMPLETE BODY WORK AND PAINTING Tipler, Fuller & Barnes Attorneys For First Federal Savings And Loan Association of Andalusia, Alabama, A Corporation. Bv W. Sidney Fuller Of Counsel for Said Mortage 10-10-3tc Anyone knowing the where- shouts of Sidney E. Stewart, please contact Stephen M. Lit- tle at 504 366-4444. 10-1%Itc FLORIDA NINETY STRAW- BERRIES - - Fresh vigorous plants. Limited amount. Ob- tainable now at FARMERS SEED STORE, Florala. Plant nowand pick berries the first of Janu- ary, if protected from frost with straw. 10-17-tfc FOR SALE: 2 lots in Coastal Heights in Paxton, Florida. If interested only call (205)Z97- 5511, Mrs. Melvin Wood. 10-3-3tN FRESH HOMEGROWN VEGET- ABLES DALLY - turnip greens, mustard, okra, corn, tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers, canta- lopes, watermelons, peaches, "many others. Florala Curb Market. Olene Shealy, owner and operator. Phone 8-9000. 9-5-tic FOR SALE: Fresh green peas FOR SALE: I used freezer - ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS? for your freeeer. Phone J. P. up-right. 1 used automatic Repair, maintenance or con- McGee 8-6561. washer. Phone 8-7801. struction. Jim Caraway 8- I0-17-2tc I0- l%Itpd 4452. 10-17-1tc BULLDOZER WORK- dam building, land clearing. 23 years experience. Call T. H. Fulgham at 4-3288. 10-17-1tpd FOR SALE: 2 JohnDeerecom- banes. 1-95, 1-55; running everyday. Call McDaniel Bros. Ranch 4-5152 and 8-0355. 10-17-21c FOR SALE: 1972 Champion Mo- bile Home. 12x60, 2 bedroom. $500.00 down, take up payments, $87.75. Call before 2 p.m. daily, 8-7366. 10-10-2tpd FOR SALE: 2 homes and 4lots connected. Z bedroom house and 3 bedroom house at low price and financing can be avail- able. Located at 405 E. 3rd Ave. Call John Earl Aplin at 493-3967, Opp, Alabama. 10-10-2tpd FOR SALE: 1969Catalina Pon- tiac. New tires and new bat- tery. $800.00. Telephone 493- 3373. 10-lT-ltpd FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge wreck- er. $Z50.00. Call James Dunn, phone 8-4622for more informa- tion. 10-10-2tpd DRAPERIES AND BED SPREADS, direct home factory. We make to measure for those odd size windows. DRAPERY OUTLETS EVERGREEN AND ,ENTERPRISE. 9-12-tfc (8) New B.R. Suites- $119.95; (6) New L.R. Suites - $99.95; NATIONWIDE DETECTIVES - (7) Mattress & Box Springs - Husband and wife problems, $59.95; (2) Bassett Recliners child custody, divorce and $79.95. Cash or EZ terms court cases, etc. Strictly at: UNITED FREIGHT SALES, confidential. Call collect (205) 1511 S. Dates St., Dothan, Ala- 479-8542,. No obligations, baron.Open daily 9 til 6. 10-3-tfc 9-12-tfc FOR SALE: 1969 Ford Sta- tion Wagon, 4 seats. All ex- tras, new tires. $I,000:00. $250.00 down, balance in pay- ments. Call 8-Z058 or 8-5791. 10- lO-2tpd SPECIAL (4 DAY) BANNER PRICES: (7) Lamps - $5.95; (4) 8-Track Players - $39.95; (9) Sew Cabinets - $49.95; (6) New Singer Sews - $59.95; (5) Name Brand Vacs- $59,95; (3) Stereo Components - $99.95; (2) Stereo Consoles - $109.95; ~ber that good arr ement of furniture is ,.,me in any room that has a shape problem. ~ur furniture and furniture arrangement can a~ any construction problem a room mayhave. ~r~ arrangements can also help in changing ~arance of a narrow room. A love seat or a r._~lng away from the walls can be a good 'this kind of crouping coming out from the ~t~ove the ey~e in such a way as to make a ~1 the room is not as narrow as it ac- ~lsa~n problem in many how to decorate a 't~torn and make it look ~v~. Actually~ there ~Y Ways to use furni- ~. other accessories to '~s Problem. ~d~a. is to place an at- ~able or desk at a ~le to one of the long ~his can make a strong ~ss the room and help :" xeeling of a long nar- ~ra. A mirror or a ~all covering can make ~ seem wider, A '0~ arrangement ofpic- - a short wall will re the narrow appea- SOFTER The Study Club was delight- fully entertained at the Lake Jackson Club House October 9th. Mrs. Lewis Eiland was hostess for the afternoon. Late summer flowers brigh- tened the club rooms. A bowl of miniature roses graced the president's table. Upon arrival a dessert plate was served to members andone guest, Ruby Young, a sister of Mrs. Marcus Gunter's. The president, Mrs. Dunnam, presided and business was dis- pensed. Mrs. Petrey, chairman of the Blind Made Goods, called attention toscheduleddates for side walk sale of goods in front of Booth Drug Store, Friday and Saturday, October 18th and 19th. Mrs. Hugh Stovall reported on Conservation and distributed booklets on conserving electri- city in the home. Bible Belt Religion was the theme of the study conducted by Mrs. C. N. Matthews. She was ably assisted by the fol- lowing members: Mrs. Sy- ril Faine, Mrs. A1 Dunnam, Mrs. Lewis Eiland, Mrs. MR- and Mrs. Ivy Watson of Flo- Creek Baptist Church. She to carry the ball and carried rata when all eight of their was the widow of the late Jos- it 24 yards around right end children and sixteen grandchil- eph E. Hicks. for the 6 pointer. Mike Hin- dren (seven grandchildrenwere Survivors are three sons, son carried the ball into the unable to come) came walking Grad), Hicks of Jacksonville endzone for the Z point conver- in. It had been eight years Beach, Fla., Clayton Hicks of sion tallying the score at 16 since all had been together at Montgomery, Albert Hicks of Florala, Opp 0. Teddy Boles one time. Florala; one daughter, Mrs. scored yet another touchdown Enjoying the day together in- Gracy Martin of Columbus, Ga.; with 2:08 left in the 4th quar- cluded Mr. and Mrs. IrvinWat- one sister, Mrs. Mary Garrett ter on a sweep around left end, (~ son, Catherine and Eliza- of Port St. Joe, Fla.; three Florala 22 arid the Rams of Opp making the final score Rams of =~, ~: beth from Pensacola; Mrs. brothers, Oscar Thompson of "-"'WI"~AoF Frankie Pegram, Sabrina, Vie- St. Augustine, Fla., Alex :~ FICERS ATTEND CONVENTION , These Alabama Future Farmers of Am- tor and Scott of Pensacola; Thompson of Detroit, Mich., "The fourth game of this ser- I~18 ~ xead the state contingent at the National FFA Convention in Kansas City, Me. Mr. and Mrs. LeonSims,Royce Cleo ThompsonofFlorala; eight ies pitted the Packers of Flo- l~ ",. Officers are (left to right) standing, John Summerford, secretary FaLkville and Nine of Pensacola; Mr. and grandchildren and nine great :i: ~!~: rain against the Barons of Opp, ~' ~h:nPayson, reporter, St.anhope Elmore FFA Chapter; Paul Stanfleld,'president, Mrs. Joe White, Debbie, Beth grandchildren, with the Florala team again ;~ II ~:",'~vtBr ano rlamp wewj treasurer, Florala FFA Chapter. (Left to right)Kneel- and Little Joe of Mobile; Mr. Funeral services were con- . COLONEL SYI~L E. FAINE was in chaz~ of the program thrashing the Opp team by a , liK,"~g~ ile, sentinel, Mlllport FFA Chapter; Danny Williamson, second vice president and Mrs. DelanoDawson, Fran- ducted at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday zor me Rotary meeting on October 8, The guest speaker was score of 26 to 6. The Packers' first score came a 12 yard klan, Denise andWaunitaofFlo- from the North Creek Baptist MUner Perry, Manager of the grain division of the Zorn Bro- completion from Townsend to rata; Mr. David A. Watson of Church with the Rev. Wilson thers, Inc. p, Fairfax Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. Meadows officiating. Burial Perry gave a very interesting talk on the new Zorn Brothers~ Owens to hit paydirt. The 2 ~ [ sl Chapter Meets In Paxton Home Ec. Dept Frank Kelly' Janet and Zerrell was in the Nrth Creek Ceme- grain elevatr ratlnwlthemph isnthebandlingf eans" point c"versin was made bY He concluded hls talk by demonstrating the method of growing Gregory Hutcheson to make the of Pensacola; and Mr. Vaughn tery with Evans Funeral Home soybeans, utilizing the equipment to be used at the new elevator, score 8 to 0. The next score Watson of Pensacola. directing. In the ptctur% from left, axe Mr. Perry, Mr. Jack Zorn and came on a 4 yard run by Bur- Mr. "Red" EHis, contractor for the grain elevator from Crate ford Lee behind blocks of ~one!ha Bai_d- HELP orgi . Cook, Hart and Brooks. The [~~~, Gwen Gibson, Ida Lou DALE ~ conversion attempt failed and uic- 'eson. - Cont. From Front Mrs. Rosalind Natalie Dale, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.G. , ....... the score stood at 14 to 0. ~Ur~nder's Day was observed age 48, a "resident of 8601 (Bud) Aplin of Route Three, SlATm'~IbN[ UI" Long yardage runs contritmted ?.~ ,. at the Paxton Mrs Monetha Baldwin tree- with a very inspirational can- the next touchdown with Miltcm ~O~e Economics surer' gave the treasury re- die lighting ceremony. Mrs. find and assist the caller in North 16thAvenue, Phenix, Ari- DeFuniak Springs, Mrs. Bono- ~,cl[~rday, October port. President Hutcheson Rebecca Maddox was program trouble. It was reported that zone, passed away Monday, rata Santos of Cabanatuan City, ~tEkll[l~UlD Owens going 25 yards for the ~ in theafter- called for committee reports, leader. Others on the program the caller stated that he was October 7, 1974. She wag a Phillipeans; great grand- v,,v.,,,.~..,r 3rd 6 pointer of the game. Andy ~1, 14onethaBald- The 1974-76 yearbook commit- were Monetha Baldwin, Ida Leo pinned under a truck, and his native of Ocala, Florida and had parents, Mrs. Minnie Lue Pc- Townsend again came into the iffv~daddox and Ida tee composed of Martha Profit, Smith, Pat Cox and Rite Joy call sign was Robuc or Robe, lived in Phenix for the past 1 ters of DeFuniak Springs. STATEMENT OF OWNER- picture with his passing arm, " I~ uelicious re- chairman, Gwen Wilson and Moseley. At the conclusion of which one is not clear. The 1/2 years. She was a former Funeral services were held SHIP, MANAGEMENT AND hitting Gregory Hutcheson fore ~t.a.i~ple pie a la Erin Wilson distributed the the program, Ida Leo Smith search constituted an area just resident of Kalamazoo, Michi- Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. from CIRCULATION (ActofOctober 30 yard touchdown pass to put ~' uuts c " . . north of the Florala Airport to gun. She was a member of Evans Funeral Home with Fa- 23, 1962, Section 4369, Title icing on the cake for the Pack- ~. , undies andyearbooks, presented a filmstrip on the tt'weaty-two mere- Chaplain JaniceAndressgave "History of Education". the Yellow River Bridge on the the Parliamentary Club, Desert ther Luke Hunt officiating. Bu- 39, United States Code) of The ers with a score of 26 to 0 ~_ a most inspiration devotion on ARer an enjoyablesocialhour Andalusia highway and included Phenix Art Museum, All Saints rial was in the Cluster Springs Florala News, published weekly against the Opp Barons. ~ss meeting was "Willingness to Serve" using the meeting was adjourned with units of the Opp, Florala, An- Church Women's Group, New- Cemetery with Evans Funeral at Florala, Alabama, dated ~," ~Y President Romans as her test. the Novembermeetingtobeheld dalusia, and Covington County comers Club of Sunnyslope, Home directing. October I, 1974. ~": Mrs. Rebecca Mrs. Clara Miller gave a at the Opp Country Club Sheriff's Department. Hell- AriZona, FairviewGardenClub, The names of publisher, ed- MORTGAG~ ~n absence of report on the Alpha Delta gap- Attending the October meet- copters were brought in and Flower Show Judges of Arizona, OES TO MEET itor.and managing editor are: ~'~', Corresponding pa Workshop held at the Uni- ing from the local area were circled the area being sear- and a member of the All Saints OCTO pubhsher, Larry K. Woodham, ~d_ Several items versity of Alabama, Tuscaloosa Mrs. Lexie Adams, Mrs. Mone- ched. It was reported by the Episcopal Church in Phenix.BER 17 Manager Editor, Merle Wood- FO~E~I,O~URE ~l~ace. Members on October 5, 1974. Commu- tha Baldwin, Mrs. Pat Cox, Florala Police Department that Survivors are, husband, Jack Am 'z -- ham, P. O. Box 467, Florala, ~c~a~nat they must nications, programming and Mrs. Nan Hutcheson, Mrs. Rite the signal was received again K. Dale of Phenix; one daugh- r~t .:3U P.M. Alabama 36442. NOTICE O~r_Securitynum- reporting were among the to- Joy Moseley, Mrs.TerryOdom, at 10:30 Monday morning, and ter, Mrs. Dennis Devlin of Covington" Chapter #441, Or- . Owner'.. . Locale.. .. K. ..... Woodham i also again at 2:30 that after- Sterling Heights, Michigan; two er of .......... mc~ae, v. u. Box qbt, eto- d the r~as[ern ~tar, wm ......... Default having been made in ~. esponding se- pics studied at this workshop. Mrs. Rebecca Scarborough and noon, but the signal was be- sons, Jack K Dale, Jr., of - . rain, ,,t~aoama :~t,,~az "'re,abet l~nding the workshop fro holdtheir monthly meeting ........ . the terms of a mortgage exe- m Mrs. Ida Leo Smith. coming weaker on each trans- Dowagiac, Michigan, Neff Dale 'Ph,r~dav O,-tnt~r ~ ~m ~t r~nown oonanotaers, mortga- coted by Dirl Jeter and wife, mission, of Kalamazoo, Michigan; one 7".'3~}'~'n~ .................. gees, and other security hol- Vera Jeter, to First Federal -" r't-" ders owning or holding 1 per "rig .4 Ii Homemakers STUDY CLUB The search continued until brother, Clarence Miller of We hy Matron, Martha Sue . e .... me n: Savings and Loan Association li 6 p.m. Monday afternoon and Miami, Florida; three grand- cent or mor o~ tota~ a u t Hattaway urges all members ...... of Andalusia, Alabama, a cor- was then called off as the children, to hp nra~eni for work OI ~onas, mortgages or omer poration, on 20th day of.July search units felt that they had Graveside funeral services "- -- "- ............... securities - The Bank of Flo- 1970, which said mortgage is Bv Susan Sullivan . ANNOUNCES BLIND covered all the roads in the were held Saturday morning at rain. k vicinity of the area in ques- 11:00 a.m. ' from the MiNer #'It~ TuA~V~ The average number of cop- recorded in the Office of the CSRn Judge of Probate of Coving-~ ~(}NS FOR NARROW MADE GOOD S LES tion. This search area covered Cemetery with Evans Funeral ,~ i,, ,~ ,~-~=~ ies of each issue of this pub- ton County, Alabama, in Real Home directing. It is in time of sorrow that lication sold or distributed Property Book 635 at pages