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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 L MS. JACKSON Kemro Pierce Weds groom was his father, Sam Jack- son. Groomsmen were Rev. Waylon Bailey, Hew Orleans, La., Rev. Wallace Davis, New Orleans, La., David Dykes, Bir- mingham, David Chestnut, Sal- man, Ashley McGaha, Auburn and Richard Davis, Andalusia. The ring bearer was Lee Scho- field, Montgomery, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Pierce chose for her daughter's wedding a smart jon- quil yellow two-tone knit with DAFFODIL GARDEN CLUB MEETS AT HOME OF MRS. ILAN:McDONALD ",L The Daffodil Garden-Chlb Gibson. held the monthly meeting in'the ,' Mrs. Paul Godwin and Mrs. home of Mrs. Ilean McDon~dd, George Lancaster, Jr., were Tuesday night, October 17. / .'welcomed into the club. long full sleeves and a stand- up collar edged in matching Donald. Minutes were rdad ' plans were made for the Novem- braid. She wore a yellow- and approved. The treasurer"s her and December meetings. thro|tted orchid corsage, report was given by Mrs. Tom 'The Club decided to take as Mrs. Jackson chose for tier their beautification project for The meeting was .' Mr. Jack Zorn, the horti- order by the president, Mrs. '.'culture chairman, passed out Billy Harold Moore. The Gttr- '~helpful hints on bulb planting den Club Prayer was read~,by i,and lawn care. the secretary, Mrs. llean Me- 'i During the business session THE FLORALA NEWS- THURSDAY, ..... ~: C son's wedding a pale pink dress J.0.Y. SUNDAY the year the State Line Marker. ~. A workshop was held during ..... . : with long sheer sleeves cuffed SCHOOL CLASS i the meeting in which each mem- ~ :. in sequins. She worematcldng HOLDS MEETING : ber selected and planted her shoes and a white orchid ' 'favorite flower. Preparations ~ ~,~ ~; ~ ~:: corsage The J. O. Y Sunday School were being made for the flower ~1 ' ~': ~ ~ , ,~ i~ : Mrs. F.E. Meek, Elha, grand- Class of the First BaptLst show in the Spring. Eachmem- ~ :~. :~ : mother of the britle, wore a Church met Tuesday night nero- her had brough a variety of i~I ~ ~-~ :: ~i~ dressmakermlk and corsageSultfprintedofwhltecarna-Vlue her 3, in the home of Mrs. flower cuttings to the meeting. Many had been ~iven by Mrs. i I I IU . Ilean McDonald. tions. The president' Mrs" Mc- Dwling Petery I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ; RECEPTION Donald, called the meeting to Each club IIlember expressed , ::~ ..... .... ....... , ..... order with Mrs. Irene Moore a desire to thank Mrs. Donald ~! ~ ~. : ~ ~ " Immndiately fllwingtbe 'ezdingthepeningprayer" A Dean who so graciously donated ~ ~ . m marriage of Kern and AI Jack- love offering was taken, bust- the plant soil for the plantings. ~ i ~ ~ ,J~'~'t m son at the Kinston First Bap- ness discussed and officers of Refreshments were served I II~ / m tist Church, thobrlde'sparents, the new year.announced. They by the hostess to the following: Mr. and Mrs..Thomas Woodrow are: President, Mrs. llean Mrs. Billy Harold Moore, Mrs. Pierce, entertained at an ela- McDonald; vice:president, Mrs. Wade Phillips, Mrs. Tom Gab- SOPHOMORES recently elected to serve in the Senate of the ~dent tel borate " wedding receptibn in Sara Phillips; secretary, Mrs. son, Mrs. Jack Zorn, Mrs. Lynn at Imrleen B. Wallace State Junior CoUege are (L to R) Robert Holley, of their home. The guests were Willie Mae Stranghn; associate Zorn, Mrs. Kim George, Mrs. Newberrp~ of Florala, and Ricky Bass, of Straugbn. The three were chosen by ~I~s gl'eeted by Mrs. Amelid secretary, Mrs. Bernice Gam- Paul Godwin and Mrs. George during Fall elections held last week at LBW. Miss Newberry is the daughter of Rhoades and she introduced ble; treasurer, Mrs. Irene Lancaster, Jr. berry, of Florala. them to the receiving line. M o o r e; publicity cn~m,a., The beautifully appointed Mrs. Bill Evans; social com- bride's table was covered to mittee, Mrs. Leona Brooks and the floor in a white satin cloth Mrs. Bessie Harrison; commu- with a white ruffled overskirt nity missions, Mrs. MaeWelch, of white tulle and adorned with Mrs. Rhonalda Lancaster and purple ribbon and bows. At Mrs. Jewell Powell; telephone one end of the table was the committee, Mrs. Easter Ward four-tiered Grecian columned and Mrs. Mae Cuthriell; group wedding cake beautifully em- captains, Mrs. Clara Pelham, bossed in spun sugar purple Mrs. Juanita Radford, Mrs. and white flowers and topped Flonnie Jackson and Mrs. with a cross of pearl beads. Rachel Peacock. At the opposite end of the table ADK SORORITY FOR TEACHERS HOLDS MEETING The local Alpha Psi Chapter of the Alpha Delta Kappa So- ciety, honorary society for teachers, held its October meeting at the scenic Green Mrs. Sara Phillips was in Briar Restaurant on Saturday displayed the Chapter Charter in a new frame. The twenty-one members pre- sent enjoyed delicious lemon pie, coffee, and salted nuts during the social hour. It was a five branched sliver can- charge of the devotional. She afternoon, October 14. Hos- announced that the next meeting delabrum trimmed with purple introduced Mrs. Guy Wilson, tesses were: Mrs. Clara Mil- for November 11 will be at the you do a better job. ARIES -- March 21 to April 20--Those around you ad- mire your spunk. You con- tinue to achieve the impos- sible. A gifted person makes a prediction of success for you, which very possibly could come true. TAURUS -- April 21 to May 20--Avoid those with whom you share a mutual dislike. Your time will be better proach to at all possible. TrY ize that things ne~ bad as they seem ahead should brighter. LEO-- July 23 tc -- Be certainyou demanding with love. Let up a show more love. VIRGO -- Aug. 23 22 -- A perfect tim~ K~a~11A--Jacklrlso~) -white flowers and ribbon who gave a most inspiring talk ler, Mrs. Martha Pruitt and OppCountry Club. spent with those you enjoy, out your held burning white tapers. Miss on "Witnessing For Chirst." Mrs. Janice Andress. Members attending fromthis You are most at ease with torily. Your m He . Janlce Jackson, sister of the Miss Ethel Donaldson closed Mrs. Ida Lou Smith, pre- area were Mrs. Monetha Bald- busy people like yourself, clearer than it groom assisted by Miss Becky with prayer, sident of the Chapter, presided, win, Mrs. Gwendolyn Gibson, GEMINI-- May 21 to June been. Decisions The First Baptist Church of their two lives being united into Dtmn, F|orala, cut and served The hostess served delicious Mrs. Minnie Jackson gave a Mrs. Ida Lou Smith, Mrs. Nan Kinston was the scene of a" one. Then they blew out their the cake. Mrs. Ann John- pumpkin cake, cheese straws, devotional on the subject, Hutcheson, Mrs. Joann Greene, 20 -- Be understanding with should be the rig wedding of widespread interest two candles extinguishing their son, directed the guest into the nuts and coffee to the following: "Sharing." Mrs. Clara Mil- and Mrs. Gracie Maddox.youngsters. The most ef- LIBRA--Sept. on Saturday, October 14, when two separate lives, den to be served punch and Mrs. Clara Pelham, Mrs. ler gave a brief report ofa state fective method at this time 22--Start saving Miss Kemro Pierce became the The radiant bride, given in coffee. Jnanita Radford, Mrs. Irene workshop meeting she recently ~, is to explain rather than special vacation bride of Rev. Samuel Alto Jack- marriage by bet father, wore a The groom's table was Moore, Mrs. Rhonalda Lan- attended in Tuscaloosa, Ala- ~~,, ,, , , scold, to take next su~ son, Jr. lovely Victorian styled gown of cdvered with a green cloth edged caster, Mrs. Rachel Peacock, bama. The Sorority is happy ~ a.J. ~fowJey $ CANCER-- June 21 to July now to go where : The Rev. Norman Simmons white silk satin, featuring a in wide lace. The large square Mrs. Flonnie Jackson, Mrs. to know that Mrs. Miller is 22 -- T k a humorous ap- ways dreamed of i officiated at the impressive bodice and sleeves of silk or- chocolate oake centered the Sara Phillips, Mrs. MaeCuth-State Altruistic Chairman for )HOROSCOPE .... double ring ceremony at 6 P.M. ganga overlaid with lace and table and the wedding punch riell, Mrs. Bill Evans, Mrs. years 1972-74. The bride is the daughter of seed pearls. Her chapel train was served from one end of the Guy Wilson, Miss Ethel Donald- At the conclusion of the Mr.andMrs. ThomasWoodrow was edged with iace and seed tahleaudco.eewasservedfrom _son and the class teacher, Mrs. business session, aFounder's ~~;l :~~~'~~F ~~~ Pierce of Kinston. The groom pearls. The full length veil the ~)pposlte end of the table Irene Garner. Day Program commemorating Week of October 22 is the son of Mr. and Mrs. of illusion fell from a Dlor by Mrs. Chariie Jones, aunt The November meeting will the25th Anniversary oftbesor- Samuel Alto Jackson, Sr., of bow headpiece of white satin of the bride. The groomscake be in the home of Mrs'. Wadeority was presented by Mrs. SCORPIO -- Emotional, Florala. docoritnd with sendlmarls. The was served by Mrs. Donnie Phillips. Janice Andress, Mrs. Clara sensitive, i ntu itiv e de- Miss Kathy White, a stu-bride carried a white Bible Schofield, Montgomery and Mrs. Miller, Mrs. MarthaPruettand scribe thosebornunderthis ~,~!oj rl~/~j.;L ~..(~~ dent of music at Samford Uni- adorned with a lovely bouquet Billy Meek of Elba, cousins of JACKSON'S HOST Mrs. Minnie Jackson. sign. They are usually en- versity, Birmingham presented of feathered white carnations, the bride. Misses Leslie and Mrs. Gwendolyn Wilson, the ergetic and aggressive. ,.. the program of nuptial music purple statice, yellow dried Sherrte Cope of Enterprise TO DINNER FOR outgoing president, presented Their lucky numbers are 4 f v /,,. (,~.- at the. organ. Miss Pat Hat- gypu~tla and centered with a served me lame ...... Also as- WEDDING COU the sorority with the ADK let- and 5. Their color is red. - cher, Miss Gaff Wallace and white orchid. ~ sistiq~wi.~:'serving of the Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jack-ters and Mrs. Maebelle Davis rheir lucky day is Tuesday. ~o Jl Mr. Jim Hilderbrand sang a Mrs. Andy White of Mont- refreshments was Kathy Mal- son, complimented their son SCORPIO--Oct. 23 to Nov. ~ ~ ,-, ((a ~;( ~/~=~ medley of sacred songs; "When gumery, sister of the bride lory, cousin of the bride of AI and his pretty bride-to-be, " PERSONALS 22--change for the better " 7 C~I)(~ / z;j I Survey The Wondrous Cross," served as matron of honor and Klnston. Bridal mints, hand- Miss Kem Pierce, at a lovely ':Oh. How I Love Jesus," "Area- Miss Gall Wallace, of Kinston, made for the bride, bY Mrs. candlelight dinner party Friday, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. rink i~ indicated in health r ..~ "~%-'~f ~" ~ _ zing Grace", and "I Believe." served as maid of honor. Harold Geohagan, and toasted October 13, at Eleanora in Opp. of Fink's Milling Company, had career matters. The time is During the ceremony Mr.Bridesmaids were Mlss Pat nuts were served from silver The social event followed the their daughter and son-in-law, right for changing to a vo- " ,~ ~ Hilderbrand sang "Wedding Hatcher, Elba, Mrs. Richard co te ~ f /,..)~/'~..x" Song". Davis, Andalusia, Mrs. Fay t~rrt.~acquelineLanier, cou. rehearsal of their wedding at from Springfield, Mass., for a cation you enjoy. [! I VOWS were exchanged before Bedsole and Miss SherryClark sin of tha brlde, Pensacola, the Kinstn First Baptist shrt visit last Thursday' Dr" SAGITTARIUS "" Nv' 23 "~i ~ : an altar background of elegant Kinston and Mlss Lydia Carroll, registered the guests.Church. and Mrs. F. T. LaRochelle flew to Dec. 21 --Obstacles may ~ V For her wedding trip the A sunburst arrangement of down in their plane and landed be expected, but you hurdle simplicity, usitig only lacy fern. Andalusia. Juniorbrldesmalds brldechangedintoasmartknlt the bride,s chosen colors of at the Samson Airport. They them with ease. You are~--" ~ AuT( The spiral candelabras on either were Miss Kathy Johnson, At- side of the altar and the arched lanta, Georgia, Mlssess Jilland coat-dress of purple with purple and white 'Mums' cen- left to return home Friday. made of stern stuff with a ~ candelabras centering the altar Lisa Lanier, Peusacola, consins matching accessories and the tered the honor table and was One brother and family of stronger than average char- were entwined with the greenery of the bride. The flower glrl white orchid from her bridal flanked by burning tapers in Samson, two sisters andacter. Stand u~ for what you and held burning white tapers, was Tonya Schofleld, Mona- corsage, tall crystal candlesticks. In- families of Crestview and Lau- The white satin-draped prayer gumery, cousin of thobride. After a short wedding trip divldualtables covered inwhite rel Hill; a grand-daughter and believe, t0AN! bench where the couple knelt Each of the attendants were to Mobile and Dallas, Texas, linen and centered with a burn- grandson of Holt, Florida and CAPRICORN--Dec. 22 to ~" the couple will make their ins candle entwined with two great grand-children also Jan. 19--Art, music, poetry for the singing of the "Lord's gowned in floor-length purple home in Ft.Worth~ Texas, where polished ivy and dainty 'Mums' visited them. give you an uplift thi~ week. Prayer" by Miss Hatcher corn- knit with printed dolman the g~ m a stu~en[ at the were placed for the other guests. Enjoy the enchantment with pleted the atlar appointments, sleeves. They carried three Family pews were marked by Iong-stemmnd yellow carea- uth estern Baptist Thoolo- Miss Pierce chose for this a close friend. The joys of THE KIND THAT SAVE yC glcalSeminary, party a trousseau dress of the beautiful fallseason al- purple satin bows and fern. tions tied with yellow bows. soft crepe, designed with high #44] 0ES MEMBERS so lift your spirits. MONEY ON THE FINANCINI Following the ceremony the The little flower girl carried ~ ~--~~ ~ ~-~ neckline and highrise waistline bride and groom each took a a white basket of yellow rose outlined with lace. A'n'END MEETING lighted candle and together lit petals. The bride and groom pre- OF GRAND CHAPTER an unlighted candle symbolizing Serving as best man for the sented their attendants with gifts at this bridal party. Men's sweaters and jack- ets come in beautiful fab- rics and colors this season. Combinations of suede, vel- vet and leather are used. The little black dress is back in style. It may be short or long but is usually fashioned of a clinging fab- ric. Hats ate reminiscent of World War One. Felts. turn- ed up in front are popular. Floranhn, NO MATTER HOW YOU'VE VOTED IN THE PAST . . I FOR OUR COUNTRY'S SAKE - PA XTON RURITAN ELECTS NEW OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR The Paxton Ruritan Club, in regular session Thursday night, elected new officers and named delegates to the Ruritan District Convention. Club officers elected for 197Z-73 were: Jim Davis, Pre- sident; Ed Holley, vice-presi- dent; Leonard Smith, secretary, and Al Dunham, treasurer. Elected to the board of directors, Charles Mixon. The new officer slate will be installed at the December meeting. Elected to attend the District meeting in Phoenix City this Saturday, October 28 were: Ralph Adams; Woodrow Adams and Jim Davis. Smith Station, Alabama Ruritan Club, is this years Convention host. DISTRICT IV WMU TO MEET AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH District Vl WMU will meet at the First Baptist Church of Geergiana on November Ist at I0 o'clock. Special speakers will be Dr~ Earl Potts, Director of Church Ministries of the Alabama State Convention. His message will be on Interfaith Witnessing: Rev. Glen Swicegood, architec= tural consultant for the North Brazil Church Building: and Loan Board, will bringthe missionary message. In the afternoon, conferenc~ will. be held for Mission Sup~ port in each age-level. ' Lunch and a Nursery will be provided by the local churc~ All WMU members and thos~ interested in missions are urg~ to attend. Maybelle Sheaffer, Martha Hattaway and Betty Kyser were delegates from the Covington Chapter #441, Order of Eastern Star, who attended the Grand Chapter in Birmingham Sun- day, October 15 through Thurs- day, October 18. AQUARIUS- Jan. 20 to Feb. 18--Protect your in- terests with a realistic ap- proach. Dreaming won't make it so. You are too prone to exaggerate. PISCES -- Feb. 19 to March 20 -- Competition is keen, butyou must not let it swa-' you. You succeed beca". MEMBER OF FDIC Bill will be meeting the people ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 to discuss the issues in the campaig and learn your views on the things Bill Dickinson CARES! you're concerned about. That's why "He gets things done" for the of the 2n1. PD, POL. ADV, DICKINSON FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE, HAROLD ALBRITTON, COUNTY CHRMN. REPUBLICAN PD. POL. ADV. mY COVINGTON COUNTY RitPUBLIcAIq iCX'COM., P. O. BOX 8110, ANDALUSIA, ALABAMA t