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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 6 The Florala Junior Civic Club will hold its annual "Christmas in the Country Bazaar" on Saturday, Novem- ber 80, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Lake Jackson Club House. Club members have been busy working for months on arts and crafts to be sold at reasonable prices. Plants and baked goods will also be avail- able. The bazaar will be held on the Saturday before Thanks- giving, so customers can buy baked goods for their "Holi- day Dinner." Santa Claus will also be at the bazaar for color 5x7 pictures with the children. Christmas cards may also be purchased with children and Santa. Members of the Civic Club are also sel- ling chances on a beautiful oil painting by Mary Vincent from DeFuniak Springs. The origi- nal oil can be seen at the Bank of Florala. The proceeds from the Ba- zaar will be used for commu- nity projects in Florala. Pro- jects for this year will be to purchase a Book Return for the Florala Memorial Library; to buy an automatic blood pres- sure machine for the Tri-City Rescue Squad; and to give a $200 scholarship to a graduat- ing senior girl. RECIPE OF THE WEEK by Mrs. Truman Evans CRUST - 1 cup flour; 1 stick of butter or margarine, softened; 1/2 cup chopped nuts. Combine ingredients until crumbly, then pat mixture into bottom of 8XIZ pan. Bake at 300 degrees for 15 minutes. Cool. SECOND LAYER - l cup powdered sugar; 8 ounce pack- age cream cheese (room tem- perature); 1/2 of a large bowl of cool whip. Comb~e powdered sugar and cream cheese and mix well. Add cool whip and spread mix- ture over crust. THIRD LAYER - 2 pack- ages of instant chocolate pud- ding; 3 cups milk. Combine and pour over se- cond layer when mixture has set. FOURTH LAYER - Spread remaining cool whip on top and sprinkle with toasted chopped nuts (I/Z cup). Refrigerate overnight. You can use vanilla or butterscotch pudding instead of chocolate. PERSONALS Mrs. Christine Vann recent- ly returned from an extended visit with relatives in Central and South Florida. Mrs. C. M. Chance and Mrs. Hazel Gresham from Opp, spent Monday at the Cha~e Farm. Miss Shirley Savage, who is a nurse at Mobile, spent the weekend with her family here in Florala. Mr. and Mrs. Dwan Reeves spent a few days in Tampa, Florida, last week. While there, they visited with rela- tives and toured Busch Gar- dens. Mrs. Hardy Powell recently returned from a trip to Green- sboro, North Carolina, with Mr. and Mrs. Danny Powell and daughters, Cappi and Am- ber, of Jackson, Mississippi. They attended the Anne Huff- man-Rick Cunningham wedding on November 6 in The First Baptist Church, Inwhich Danny served as best man to the groom, and Cappi was the flo- wer girl. Rick has visited in Florala on occasions and will be remembered by friends here. i!¸ . ~ •.. A Little Girl's Dream Church Of God Continues Old Fashion Revival The Church of God in Christ is holding a 2rid, big week "Old Fashion Revival of De- liverance". The meeting be- gan Monday, November 1 and will continue through Satur- day, November 13. Services will begin promptly at 7:30, Smith Elected President Of CB'ers so come early to get a seat. Evangelist A. W. Brooks, Jr., of Birmingham, Alabama and Evangelist Robert Hobbs of Newark, New Jersey, are conducting the services. Gos- pel singing and praying for the sick held nightly. Thousands are being blessed throughout the ministry of these two dy- namic young men of God. Come out and you too will be blessed. Many have been healed this past week. Come out and hear great testimonies of faith, prosperity and deliverance. Everyone is cordially invited to attend this revival. Election of officers for Tri- City C.B. Club was held at the rescue squad trailer on No- vember 4, 1976, at 7:00 p.m. Mr. O. E. Perkins of the Hub-City Radio Club of Grest- view, served as spokesman. Present as guest was Council- man Jack Inabinette of the Flo- rala City Council. The following is a list of officers elected: President- James Smith; Vice President- Betty Todd; Secretary - Carol Boyington; Treasurer - Helen Carpenter; Emergency Coor- dinator - Ray W. Hall; Mem- nership Committee Chairman - John D. Adams; By-Laws Com- mittee Chairman Wanda Smith; Refreshment Commit- tee Chairman - Larry Cassidy; Chaplin - John H. Johnson; Reporter - Carol Boyington; Ways and Means Committee Chairman - Wilbur Carpenter; Flower Committee Chairman- Wilma Carpenter; Field Em- ergency Committee Chair- man - John D. Adams. Anyone interested in joining the C. B. Club may get an application from the above of- ricers and submit the form and a membership fee at the next club meeting. Assembly To Host Revival Society Holds November 14 Svea Assembly of God Church will begin revival ser- vices November 14 at 7:00 p. m. each night. Evangelist Nadine Kendall, will be the guest speaker. Special singing will be held each night. Everyone is cor- dially invited to attend. State Meeting In Opp "Commitment to Leader- ship" was the theme for the Theta Chapter Beta State Del- ta Kappa Gamma Society meet- ing on November 4, at the Cross Trails Library Confer- ence Room in Opp. Mrs. Kathleen McWhorter, presented an inspiring devo- tional, "Letter to Someone I Know," stressing the need for leadership in meeting the chal- lenges of social, moral and religious issues. Mrs. Diane Stevenson intro- duced the guest speaker Dr. Linda Brooks, Chairman of the Language Arts Division of Lurleen B. Wallace State Ju- nior College, whose topic was "Commitment to Leadership in Educati~)n". "Every teacher is a leader," she stated, "and has the power to affect change through her associations with children, other professionals and in the area of administra- tion. The informal leader is in- fluential because of qualities she has developed, not because she was appointed to the posi- tion." Members were en- couraged to provide leadership in meeting these seven criti- cat issues of education cited by the U.S. Office of Education: falling enrollment, attendance, colleges, growth in the elder- ly, pre-primary enrollment, teacher unions, and education of the labor force. Officers and directors~- Florala Pee Wee Leagse.~ ed a banquet honoring ~li I 150 players, cheerle~sl their parents and guests at the Florala I I School lunchroom I evening. 104 football l~i, I and 34 cheerleaderSJ I awarded trophies at the~l[- I day night affair. Mrs. Hugh Hinson charge of arrangll the dinner and tions. The tables were l priately done, using giving turkeys and colored fall reaves center pieces. The dinner, prepared by FHS room managers, MRS.: McGee and Mrs. Mell~ consisted of southe~ chicken, green beans, ] salad, home baked rollS,! ed cake, tea or coffee. Pee Wee League prl Kendall Maraman presto expressed sincere thank those who had helped t~ the past season so suc# There were more young! participating this year] ever before, with less q between coaches and l~ Maraman reports an smooth operation the paSl The Pee Wee League; from a $200 deficit two ago to a $1500 which to begin Mrs. Sara Carter, president, VOTED MOSTVALUABLEINTHEPEEWEELEAGUE. For the Rams, Running Back Carl- season. 22 new presided. Mrs. Myrtle Wright ton Palmer, son of Mrs. Marie Harrison; Godfrey Diggs, Linebacker for the Packers, son of purchased during the paS~][ "~ 'led the group in singing the Mrs. Mary Diggs, and Bo Hattaway, Running Back with the Cowboys, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pee for boys who couldn'tha~ 1 Delta Kappa Gamma Song. Mrs. Wee Hattaway. erwise played in the Peel / Peggy Williams, recording se- League. Maraman saiSI / cretary, and Mrs. Barbara in the next couple of yea~l~ 1 Linder, corresponding secre- pes are that the organi~J[ 1 tary, presented the minutes and will be completely/ correspondence. Mrs. Jerri supporting. As it is, ps~j[ / Stroud conducted a quiz on who can afford it, pur~ / membership requirements, uniforms for their chil$~ / Maraman had nothi~,~ OF Tracy lingual Japanese fruit pie and coffee were served by the hostesses: Mesdames Frankie Johnson, Grace Ballard, Elaine Johnson, Ruth Nolen, Virginia St. John, Ara Tally, and Peggy Williams. Members attending were Mrs. Jo Ann Geohagan and Mrs. Diane Stevenson of Flo- rata; Mrs. DerlieBarnes, Mrs. Jessie Braswell, Mrs. Jule Browder, Mrs. Jean Brown, Mrs. Sara Carter, Miss Lela Cope, Mrs. Arlene Gantt, Mrs. Inn Garner, Mrs. Mildred Hart, Mrs. Eloise Halley, Mrs. Bar- bara Linder, Mrs. Kathleen McWhorter, Mrs. Alice Po- well, Mrs. Carolyn Rankin, Mrs. Rubye Del Plunkett, Mrs. Eva Sasser, Mrs. JerriStroud, Mrs. Margaret Shine, Mrs. Uldeine Starnes, and Mrs. Katherine Wyatt, all of An- dalusia; Mrs. Grace Ballard, Mrs. Geraldine Booth, Mrs. Elaine Bnndy, Mrs. Mary Hol- loway, Mrs. Elaine Johnson, Mrs. Frankie Johnson, Mrs. Ruth Nolen, Mrs. Virginia St. John, Miss Ara Talley, Mrs. Myrtle Wright, all of Opp, and Mrs. Peggy Williams of Kins- ton. PAXTON ASSEMBLY TO HOST SING There will be a sing at the Paxton Assembly of God Church, Friday night, Nov- ember 12. The "Cavaliers" will be the featured singers. Everyone is cordially in- vited to attend. / John Williams Vannostramil, Jr., 36, of Route Three, Samson, was apparently driving his 1965 Plymouth too fast when he miss- ed the curve on South Fourth Street and skidded 75 feet into a tree. The accident took place on November 7 at approximately 8:50 p.m. Vannostramil was taken by the Florala Rescue Squad to the Mizell Memorial Hospital for treatment of multi-injuries. There was no one else injuried in the one car accident. Vannostra- rail was alone in the car at the time. In the picture on top, Councilman Carlous Buffalow looks the damage of the car over with by-standers. In photo to left, Buffalow points out to Officer A. V. Patrick where the car hit the tree. The accident was in- vestigated by Officers E. B. Ellis and A. V. Patrick. (Photo by Merle Woodham) / JET CHEERING SQUAD. Among the local youth enjoying the banquet held for Pee Wee footballplayers and cheerleaders, were these vivacious young ladies. Kneeling, from left, Becky Hucka- baa, Sharon Martin, Melissa Cassady and Mandy Fowler; stand- ing, from left, Charlene McCartney, DeShawn Clark and Valerie Bass. Rescue Squad Report November I: at 12:50 p.m., Mr. Raymond L. Grimes, Lau- rel Hill, was transported from his home to the Florala Me- morial Hospital by members H. Bass and H. Thomas; No- vember 2: at 6:45 p.m., Mrs. Linnie Goolsby, Ftorala, was transported from the Florala Memorial Hospital to Evans' Funeral Home by members J. Smith and R. Fleming; at 8:35 p.m., Mrs. LaMerle Carmi- chael, Opp, was transported from an auto accident near Horsehead Creek to the Opp hospital by members T. Bis- hop and R. Fleming; at 8:35 p.m., Mr. Evans Lee Adams, Laurel Hill, was transported from the same auto accident near Horsehead Creek to the Opp hospital by members T. Bishop and R. Fleming. November 3: at 5:40 p.m., Mr. Jimmy Cassady, Opp, was transported from his home to Andalusia by members W. Bar- rineau and R. Fleming. November 4: at 10:30 a.m., Mr. Jess Zorn, DeFuniak, was transported from the West Florida Hospital in Pensacola to his home by members W. Barrineau and I. Griffith; at Z:08 p.m., Mrs. Sue Pittman Chason, Stuart, Florida, was transported from an auto acci- dent on 331 South at Liberty to the Walton County Hospital by members W. Alford and D. Collingsworth; at 2:08 p.m., Mrs. Lorene Rhea, Fort Pierce, Florida, was transpor- ted from the same auto acci- dent on 331 South to the Wal- ton County Hospital by mem- bers W. Alford and D. Coll- ingsworth. November 5: at 6:15 a.m., Mr. E. L. Baxley, Paxton, was transported from his home to the Florala Memorial Hos- pital by members M. Stewart and P. Dirga; at 3:00 p.m., Mr. G. W. Johnson, Florala, was transported from his home to the Florala Memorial Hos- pital by members M. Stewart and W. Afford; at 4:00 p.m., Mr. E. L. Baxley, Paxton, was transported from the Florala Memorial Hospital to a Ft. Walton hospital by members M. Stewart and M. Marsh; at 6:00 p.m., one ambulance was standing by at the Florala- Daleville ball ~ame by mem- hers R. Fleming and M. Marsh; at 7:25 p.m., Charlie B. Tha- mes, Florala, was transported from home to the Opp hospital by members W. Barrineau and M. Marsh; at 9:30 p.m., Mr. Jake Watson, Florala, was transported from the Floraia Hospital to Evans Funeral Home by members R. Fleming and M. Stewart. November 6: at 12:15 p.m., Mrs. Donna Barnes, Florala, was transported from Mc- Laughlin Funeral Home in Ft. Walton to Evans Funeral Home by members J. Birge and R. Fleming; at 9:05 a.m., an am- bulance was dispatched to an accident in Laurel Hill with no injuries being reported. Mem- bers were T. Bishop and R. Fleming. November 7: at 8:52 p.m., John Williams, Vannostramil, Jr., of Milton, Florida, was transported from an ac- cident on South Fourth Street to Opp hospital by members R. Fleming and J. Birge and M. Stewart. This week the rescue squad had a total of 17 runs with 825 miles put on the ambu- lances and 39 man hours used. POLICE REPORT Florala Police Report for the week of November Z through November 9 records a total of 14 arrests with four persons arrested for driving while in- toxicated, and two for highway intoxication. Two persons were also arrested for vile and profane language. Other arrests were: runnig stop sign, 1; aggravated reck- less driving, 1, possessin of paraphenalia, 1; recklessdriv- ing, 1; no drivers license, 1; and assault and battery, 1. Police Chief Paul Mitchell would like to remind all mo- torist to use extreme care in the hours when children are on their way to school and when ~they are returning from school. Motorist need to pay special attention to the school zone on Highway 331 in the morning and afternoon. praise for Mrs. and Mrs. were in charge of this year. "They did standing job," he we couldn't have gotten without them." He credit for the two years to Mrs. Pee Wee way and Maraman's ris, for their concessions. "This backbone of our said. Also the gate have been good the last of years. Interest the Pee Wee League. are beginning to young fellows are the Wildcats and are ganization full support. ,~. m When the votes were[~[ I during the briefbusinesS~. I~ ing Saturday night, Ni, was named Hall, vice-president; ~': ~1 Maraman, secretary-try! ] I era-. ,,. amed to the SOS~i!i~ Directors were Frank~ ley, P. P. Johnson and }I~ Byrd. Carry overs fro~ year include Marvin l~ and Hugh Hinson. MISS AMY McDANIEL was the lone representative of the Packer cheering,squad at the i Pee Wee Banquet on Saturday evening. However, she was ~ charming enough for the entire .:~ ~ squad. She is pleased as punch over her cheering trophy. TIGER CHEERING SQUAD ATTEND BANQUET. ACI 1 with pleasure, trophies afforded them, from left, were l Price, Lori Cassady, Tracy Boyington, Janet JacksoP,1 Bass, Donilla Quails, and Victoria Cobb; standing, fl Tiger mascot, Little Miss Samantha Mitchell, daughter1 ger Coach and Mrs. Paul Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell sel cheerleader RAM CHEERLEADERS pose prettily with troohies I at Saturday night's Pee Wee Banquet. Standing, f" rom ] Shirley Lynn Fountain, Marie Bannon, Pam Harrison, Harrison.