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IECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1970 PAGE 3 Mrs. Paul Hutcheson Feted ... HOSTESSE~ With Bridal Shower Mrs. Paul Hutcheson (nee Sondra Clark) was feted Thursday evening, October 15, when a miscellaneous bri- dal shower was given in her honor at the Veterans Club in F1orala. Serving refreshments of par- ty sandwiches and punch from a beautifully appointed table was Mrs. Inez Newton. Miss Joy Evans attended the brides' book while Miss Donna Sue Hughes and Miss Cheryl Cox assisted with gift display. Hostesses for the occasion included, pictured at left, from left, Mrs. Norman Hildebrand, Mrs. Barrow Bullard, Jr., Mrs. Sue Henderson, Mrs. Chick Hutcheson, mother of the groom, Sondra, the honoree, Mrs. Dolan Clark, mother of the bride, Mrs. Royce Cox, Mrs. Newton, and Mrs. C. A. Ganey. Hostesses not pictured were Mrs. Curtis Savage, Mrs. Tom Windham, Mrs. Llnda Taylor, Mrs. Margie Taylor, Mrs. H. (3. Martin, Miss Fran- ces Chance, Mrs. Wilson Ken- drick. Mrs. Grady Davis, and Mrs. Tom Gibson. NG LEADERSHIP for the '70's. The future of Alabama and the solution of the problems we face today are George Wallace's total concern. Better education for our children.., more doctors and lower insurance costs.., removal of the 4% tax on phone, gas and electric bills.., local control of our schools again .. strengthened law and order to combat militants, drugs and violence.., no new taxes without voter ap- proval.., these are key parts of the Wallace program which will help move Alabama into a new era of progress and prosperity. MISS COX, MISS HUGHES, HONOREE, AND MISS EVANS ee " Rev. Juventino R. Bai- lesteros, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Anda- lusia will address the Florala- Lockhart Rotary Club at their regular noon meeting, Wed. nesday, October 28, 1970. Reverend "Tino", as he is at. fectionately known, will speak in his capacity as president of the Covington Family Guidance Council. The Council utilizes the ser- vices of a trained psychologist in assisting families. Many families are referred to the Family Guidance Center in Andalusia by ministers as well as by public school officials. Reverend "Tino" was born and raised in I.~s Angeles where he attended school through the Junior college level He gra- duated from Bob Jones Univer- sity, Greenville, South Carolina in 1957. He also received the Masters Degree in religion in 1958 at the same school. In 1968 he received the Bachelor of Divinity Degree from Co- lumbia Theological Seminaryin Decatur, Georgia. Reverend Ballesteros is married to the former Esther Mendoza, also of Los Angeles. Their four children are "Tino, Jr." age 17, Esther Cosette, age 14, Josl tin 7, and Jona~ History Club Enjoys Program By Mrs. Ganey The Florala History Club met last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Katherine Perry in Lockhart. The hostess served a delicious salad plate with coffee to the members on arrival. Mrs. Onie Prit- chert of Lockhart was a guest. Club president, Mrs. Merten Reeves, called the meeting to order and presided during the business session. The song, "America the Beautiful',, was sung and the club collect was repeated. The chairman of each Feder- ation Department was asked to become familiar with her de- partment and make a short report during the year. Mrs. Paul Petrey, chair- man of the Blind Made Sales, was complimented on her com- mittee's fine work. She re- ported that the sales of Blind Made goods had netted $713.00 to date. She expressed hope that an even higher goal would be reached by the time the sale ends. Mrs. Charles Ganey was in charge of the program. She presented an interesting and in- formative paper entitled "The J ..... Cats Rhine, Europe's River Of Leg- end". Mrs. Ganey pointed out that the Rhine is a great and ancient river. From its source, high in the Swiss Alps, to its mouth at the Rotterdam on the North Sea, it washed the bor- ders of heartlands of six Western European countries; Switzerland,Liechtenstein, Austria, West Germany, France, and The Netherlands. She said that the Rhine is the world's busiest river, rich in legend and history. She told of the activities of the many cities in Germany whlchborder the river. She cited that many historic castles, dating back to feudalistic times, still stand in Germany. ='They were built in a time when the Rhine was a freebooter's paradise," Mrs. Ganey said. Mrs. Ganey concluded her program with a recording en- titled *'Die Meistersinger" by Richard Wagner, one of Ger- man's great composers of the late 1800's. The club will meet again on November 5, with Mrs. Donald Dean as hostess and Mrs. A. G. Williams, St. as program leader. Defeat Opp 32 - 8 By Don R. Crawford, Assistant Coach vote on November 3 is important to you and to Alabama. Advertisement by Friends of George C. Wallace, Jack W. Wallace, Alabama. RIGHT ONt That's the slo- gan that has now been adopted by the Florala Junior Wildcats. A very fitting onerindeed, since it exemplifies the winning spirit that is now apparent by the ac- ttons of team members. The Junior Wildcats did move "Right On" Tuesday night with another victory. This time the Wildcats not only won, but won big - 32-8 over the Opp Junior Bobcats. It was another rainy night, but fortunately it did not rain as hard as was expected. This was a crucial game for the team, as it was an all-out effort to better its record which is now 2 out of 3. An effort was made before the game by Coach Don Crawford to loosen up the players with a little aggressive pep talk and a lit- tle kidding. Apparently it worked. The Wildcats showed a great deal of enthusiasm and quickly scored on its bread and butter play a half-back option pass from David Toole to Rob- ert James. The extra point attempt failed and Florala led 6-0. Shortly afterwards fullback Rommanuel Gundrum plunged up the middle for about 40 yards for another touchdown, making the score 12-0. Late in the second period Opp scored on a quarterback option play that covered some 60 yards. The extra point was good, and at halftime the score was 12-8 in favor of Florala. In the second half David Toole threw two more passes for touchdowns, one to Jerome Woedham and another to Rob.. err James. Gundrum scored again on a 30 yard run mak- ing the score 32-8, which was final. Tim Cawthon played an out- standing game at quarterback along with other players to nu- merous to mention. Yes, winning football has finally hit Florala, and if you want to see ,t, be present Thursday, October 22, whenthe Junior Wildcats will play Sam- son at 7:00 p.m. in Florala. CHRISTIAN HOME UNITED METHODIST SCHEDULE REVIVAL A revival will be held Oc- tober 25 through October 29, 1970 at the Christian Home United Methodist Church near Lockhart. The evangelist will be the Reverend Joe Bates, pastor of the Florala United Methodist Church in Florala, Alabama. Services will be held each evening at 7:00 p.m. - PERSONALS ,Miss Patty Parker, student of Auburn University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Parker, was home the past weekend. Miss Katrtna Perdue, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Per- due, was home this past week= end for a visit. Katrina is a student at the University of Alabama. Mr. Dan F. Adams of Pax. ton, Florida spent Sunday and Sunday night with his youngest son, Bobby Adams, and family in Lakelaed, Florida. Monday he visited his brother, Z. S. Adams, in Avon Park, Florida. He returned home Tuesday after a delightful trip. Mr. Donnel Adams, Mr. Dan Adams' nephew, accompanied Mr. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Rhoice Tyner and Mrs. J. W. Snipes spent last week-end in Ellavllles, Georgia visiting relatives. MRS. GILMER. MRS. NEAL COX, MISS GILMER, MRS. ROYCE COX Tea Honors Miss Jennifer Gilmer Sunday Afternoon than David 8. "Tino" not only serves as president of the Covington Family Guidance Council, but Is also president of the Covington County Ministerial Association and serves as a consultant in Home and Family Nurture for the Synod of Alabama, Pres- byterian Church, U.S. Rotartans and their guests look forward to hearing "Tlno" discuss the important and help- ful service now being rendered families in our areabythe Cov- ington Family Guidance Coun- cil. Representatives on the Coun- cil from Florala are Mrs. Sey- mour Gitenstein, Mr. Rex Whir- comb and Col. W. G. McKoy. Rotarian Vester Gamble had charge of the program. Socially Oriented Floralians enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Royce Cox when they entertained at a tea honoring Miss Jennifer Gilmer of Opp, Alabama, Sunday afternoon from 4 until 6. Miss Gllmer, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie E. Gll- mer, and Michael Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Royce Cox, will be united in matrimony at the Guests were afforded a delec- table choice of refreshments consisting of party sandwiches, date-nut bread, banana-nut bread, cheese straws, punch or coffee served by Mrs. Frances aobertson of Dothan and Mrs. Curt Savage of Florala. Assembly Hail of Jehov 's ... Witnesses the evening of No.. U! vember 13 at 6 o'clock. A large number of guests turned out. They were greeted by Mrs. Royce Cox, mother of the groom-to-be, Miss Gilmer, Mrs. Neal Cox, grandmother of the prospective groom, and Mrs. Gilmer, mother of the brlde-to-be. God Church Plans Fish Fry The Paxton Assembly of God Church is sponsoring a fish fry, Saturdayevening at 5:30 o'clock. The public is Invited. - VOTE - DISTRICT QUALIFIED OR NOT QUALIFIED? State of Alabama Constitution: The ONLY qualification for District Attorney 'qS THAT HE BE LEARNED IN THE LAW." YOU BE THE JUDGE JOE - ALABAMA LAW SCHOOL graduate. - TOP I0 SCHOLASTICALLY In taw class. - LAW PRACTICE since 1953. BRECK - FORMER DISTRICT ATTORNEY (Circuit Solicitor) of Covington County, GANTT - FORMER CI-~EF PROSECUTOR for Attorney General of Alabama. - APPOINTED SPECIAL ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL by three different Alabama Attorneys General. REMEMBER JOE BRECK GANTT says the people of Covington County have the good judgment and intelligence to determine if he is qualified for public office. They do not need a lawyers' association or a bunch of Federal Internal Revenue Agents to tell them if JOE BRECK GANTT is qualified .... Vote for a mature District Attorney with understanding and compassion. Your Independent Candidate For DA PD. POL. ADV. BY COVINGTON COUNTY FRIENDS OF JBG, P. O. BX. 351, FLORALA, ALA.