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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. ... Miss Varner arner.Hunt To Wed and Mrs. Otis Varner the engagement of daughter, Teresa Dalene to John Golden Hunt, }f the Reverend and Mrs. Hunt of Florala. wedding will be an of November 19 at the of the bridegroom at Route One, Florala, at 8 o'clock in the evening. The grandparents of the bride-to-be are Mr. and Mrs. Claude Riley and the late Mr. and Mrs. Buford Varner. The bridegroom-to-be is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Workman and Mr. and Mrs. Mancy Hunt. rsonals '. and Mrs. W. W. Price : the weekend in Montgo- ~ith Mr. and Mrs. J. and family. Katherine Perry has home after spending in Jackson, Miss- with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ray Harvard of Orlando, Florida, and Mrs. Olivia Barton of Auburndale, Florida, havere- turned home after spending se- veral days with Mrs. Mattie Harvard. of Mr. B. G. Gol- regret to learn that he in the Jackson Has- jln Montgomery, due to a jury. Mr. V. F. Cobb has retur- ned home after spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo- phus Cobb and Mr. and Mrs. Graham Cobb in Mobile. e Inrala Nero8 SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT FIFTH STREET FLORALA, ALABAMA 36442 Kindergarten Class Members of the kindergarten class of Mrs. Whittington enjoyed a party in honor of Miss Prissie Harrison on her fifth birthday. Members of the class are (front row, from left) Phil Adams, LaJeana Daughtry, Brad Bryan, Prissie Harrison, birthday girl; Scotty Garcia, June Bryant, Sberrie Gautney, Priscilla Dukes, Allan Childs, Sissy Johnson and Michelle Coley. On the back' row are Mika Blackwood, Terry Adams, Nikki Creech, Adrien Hunt, Melonie Howard, Lesley Hackett, Gena Jarvis, Mike Islet, Carrie Beth Halle, Haley Harrell, Saundra Jones, Buzzy Adams and Tracy Cline. Prissie Harrison Celebrates Birthday Little Miss Prissie Harri- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Harrison, was honored on her fifth birthday with a party for her and her kindergarten classmates on Monday, Oc- tober 18, at Paxton High School. Prissie and her classmates enjoyed birthday cupcakes de- corated for Halloween in orange and black with little witches, ghosts and other spooks. The room was de- corated in the traditional Hal- loween style and the little guests were served orange punch from Halloween cups and given candy and other treats on Halloween napkins. The birthday girl was dres- sed for the occasion in a black pantsuit featuring an orange jack-o-lantern and she had her long blonde hair tied up in a ponytail with orange and black ribbons. The cake was indeed a treat since it looked enough like a pumpkin to be real. It was shaped like a pumpkin and co- vered with orange icing and gi- ven a black jack-o-lantern's face. On top, a witch was stirring:a pot of some kind of brew and five candles were featured for Prissie to blow out as her class sang "happy birthday". Special guests besides her classmates, were Mrs. Bar- bara Parker, Mrs. Mike Har- rison, her mother, Prissie's grandmother, Yvonne Harri- son, and her teachers, Mrs. Whittington, and Mrs. Lynn Lowery. Honoring Miss Prissie Harrison (center) on her birthday were (from left) Mrs. Whittington, teacher, Mrs. Mike Harri- son, mother; Mrs. Lynn Lowery, teacher; Mrs. Yvonne Harrl- son, grandmother; and Mrs. Barbara Parker, special guest. MR. AND MRS. LARRY K. WOODHAM, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS e SUBSCRIPTION RATES ton County, Alabama ................... $5.25 in Alabama " $6.30 States ............................. $6.00 ESTABLISHED IN 1900 PUBLISHED WEEKLY ON THURSDAY Singer Sewing Machines and Vaccum Cleaners. Sales and Service. New and Used. service or information, call or visit Paxton Fabrics, 834-2922, or write O. Box 1101, Paxton, Florida 32538 The Singer Company The New Harmony Commu- nity Center has brewed up a real good time for October 30, 1976 at 7:00 p.m. Bring the kids in their costumes for the witches to judge them -- bring the husband and wife in their spooky costumes - they will also be cautiously judged. Make your first and last trip through the haunted house, if you escape the unknown you will be the first. Granny, you and Grandpa come on out, the New Harmony Community Center has not forgotten you at all. Games with fabulous prizes at a price everyone can have fun at. The moon and the ghosts will be watching the teenagers and others who take a two mile hayride for 50c. Other brewy activities include candy drawing, country store, golden nugget, fish pond, duck pond, apple bob- Mrs. Miller Dies Here to see us for the finest in: ~L Mrs. Georgia Eathel Miller, Tires- Batteries ff~~~ ~,~',/~ age 52, a resident of Route 2, Florala below Paxton, Florida, passed away Sunday, October Accessories : ~}~.l~]~.~k~ 24,1976. She was a resident for the past 36 },ears and a na- Holmes Gulf Service tire of Dale County, Alabama. Survivors are her husband, bing, cake walk, hotdog and Coke stand. Hold all the ghosts, the head witch will have the drawing for the $200.00 CB radio, the $25.00 saving bond and the 25 Ibs. of Purina dog food a: the spooky hour of 9:00 p.m. Be However, if the goblin hasn't been too mischievous with good people, the head witch will give away a door prize to conclude the ghostly carnival. Come for fun, food, and games at the New Harmony Community Center. All the witches are waiting. Saturday night, Oct. 30, at 7:00 p.m. Paxton Beta Club To Hold Carnival Paxton High School Beta Club will hold their annual Halloween Carnival, October 28 at 6:30 p.m. The Carnival will feature a King and Queen to reign over the activities, which will in- clude a concession stand, spook house, hay ride, sock-hop, cake walk and games. The Beta Club invites every- one to come and enjoy the fun. Arsonists Guilty The trials of some of those ed with second degree arson. arrested in a recent arson in- John Henry Franklin of Opp vestigation are being in the pied guilty earlier in the fall Covington County Court of to be the first convicted in the Judge F. M. Smith. arson investigation. Entering guilty pleas were Timing Gerald Wilson, Carl R. The men will be sentenced Cleghorn and Willie Clyde Au- sometime in late November, ghtman. They were all charg- according to court records. 300 East 5th Avenue Robert Glenn Miller, Route il Two, Florala; two daughter~, Florala, Alabama 36442 Pro Mrs. Glenda Sue Bunge of Chipley, Florida, and Mrs. Florala Racing Pigeon Club 4-Way Stop ~ets Corn Lee Simpkins of Talla- Use Your Gulf Travel Card hassee, Florida; mother, Mrs. Perry Lee Sexton of Ozark, The Florala Pigeon Racing Ms. Betty Huckaba; Randy Hu- Alabama; two grandchildren; Club held their fourth and fifth ckaba; and Mack Cosby. two sisters, Mrs. Wayne Par- races of the 1976 Young Bird This week is the last 200 Series on October 15 and Oc- mile race before the club be- ,, rish of Ozark, Alabama, Mrs. Mary Hicks of Lake Wales, tober 23. The 200 mile races gins their 300 mile races from R MATION ~o.~; four brothers, Tom were from Atlanta, Georgiato the Chattanooga, Tennessee " Sexton of Elba, Alabama, Frank Florala. station PARM BUREAU INSURANCE / Sexton of Jack, Alabama, Par- Eighty-nine birds completed [ ker Sexton of Philadelphia, in the October 15race. Finish- PI~DERATED Pennsylvania, and Jimmy Sex- ing in the top ten (in order) Funeral Notice i li// ton of Ozark, Alabama,were: Mack Cosby, Opp;Mack GUARANTY LIFE MRS. LYNETTE ZESSIN Funeral services were con- Cosby, Opp; James T. Davis, E. Brown Hudson, 67, of RE~iQ do I have to be to start receiving benefite/ ducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday from Florala; ClarenceL. Davidson, Silver Lake Drive, Florida, '!~ the Paxton Baptist Churchwith New Harmony, Florida; Cla- died Thursday at a Jackson- blndividual Retirement Account? l Ed Neeley and Albert Hoyer rence L. Davidson, New Har- ville hospital after a long ill- egin to receive benefits from IRA at age 59 1/2. If youl officiating. Burial was in the mony, Florida; James T. Da- ness. ~:]sab/ed, the funds are available ,mmediate/y. The funds[ Paxton Cemetery with Evans vis, Florala; Edward Huckaba, Funeral services were con- lb-.: aVailable to beneficiaries at time of death As with most[ Funeral Home directing.Florala; Ms. Betty Huckaba, ducted at 2:30 p.m. Saturday :l~'fftru'nents, there are penalties if the funds are withdrawn Florala; Roland DeFranco, at Calvary Baptist Church of ~.~;'~..s ,,propr/,te to the above cimumstances. One of thai .Florala; Ms. Betty Huckaba, Sunnihites with the Reverend ,.~tl , * of Using IRA in savino for retirement is the interest youl Florala. Taking top ten honors in the Hubert Barnes officiating. Bu- rial was in the Palatka Me- "~'~Iur Account is tax freef es opposed to most investmentsl PERSoNAL " October 23 racewere(inorder) morial Gardens with Masters tl~ch interest is taxed, Your Account cannot be used asl Friends of Mrs. Lula Jim- obt.,nin,, ,o.. no, Vo. o. the Ac o.n,. An/ Clarence L. Davidson; Claren- Funeral Home in charge. merson will be pleased tohear ce L. Davidson; Roland De- W'f_ Retirement Account exists to assure you a comfortable, I she is home after nearly 3 Franco; Roland DeFranco; Ja- "1 :~:tirernent funded by savings which have colt you as little as months stay in a Geneva has- rues T. Davis Family; James am still learning." pital where she suffered from T. Davis Family; Mack Cosby; Motto of Michelangelo ve been we//protected. J injuries resulting from a fall. PERSONA L Mrs. Mary Smith was buried in Dothan, Alabama on Monday, October 25, 1976. Those attending the funeral from Laurel Hill, Florida, in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mc- Laney and daughter Sonya, Mr. J. M. McLaney and Mrs. Hazel Riley. Mrs. Smith was the mother to Mrs. Eugene McLaney, also of Laurel Hill. David Willis Phone 858-3496 THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 19'/6 . . Miss Su rre v Miss Surrey To Wed Mr. Danny Stovall Mr. and Mrs. Paul Surreyot Cantonment, Florida, announce the engagement of theirdaugh- ter, Cynthia JoAnn to Louis Dan Stovall, son of Mrs. Hugh- Wallace Stovall and the late Hugh Wallace Stovall, of Flo- rala, Alabama. The bride-elect is presently a senior at Florala High School, where she is president of the Future Homemakers of America, member of the Science Club and Student Coun- cil. Miss Surrey is also a former vice-president of the Student Council. Birthday Celebrated Phillip Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mitchell, was entertained on his ninth bir- thday with a skating party en- joyed by over 20 friends. Phillip and his guests en- joyed an afternoon of skating on October 9, and then were served birthday cake, potato chips and punch. The bridegroom-elect is a 19'/2 graduate of Florala High School. He attended Lurleen B. Wallace Junior College for two years and majored in bus iness. He is presently em- ployed with Stovall Lime and Cattle of Florala, Alabama. A November 23 wedding is being planned. ilomecoming llehl The annual Mr. Ida Home- coming was held near Samson, Sunday, October 17. The Reverend John Sher- wood Holley serves the church as pastor. He and his wife, the former Gloria Mac Carn- leg, grew up in the Paxton area. Those attending from the Florala-Paxton area included Maxine Cravey, Mrs. Ber- nice Worrell, Tom Halley and son, Perry Lee and a num- ber of the Carnleys of Paxton. Attending from Milton, Flo- rida, was the Reverend Roy H. Hildreth, stepfather of Torn and the Reverend tIolley Phone 858.3274 Florala, A lalmma ..... THAT'S THE WAY IT OUGHT TO BE. A lot of things have become pretty impersonal these days. You've probably had some experience lately, doing business over the phone and with a computer. Well, we're here to tell you that's not Liberty National's style. We still do business on a personal basis. One-to-one. The Liberty National agent who writes your policy ,viii come by every now and then. See how you're doing. Find out if you have any questions or problems. He'll be around if you need to talk to somel:x~dy. We do business on a very personal basis. That's the way it ought to be. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY