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SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED JBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. - Thursday, November 25, 1976 Pa~:e 5 I News Of Interest .en .s ,r ..r,. ti] 7" Progress Report On The Daffodil Garden Club entitled "H~erb Gardening" informed by various types of held its November meeting at was presented by Mrs. herbs and their respective the home of Mrs. Tom Gibson. Wallace Rasberry. Herb gar- uses. Entertainers Tom Gibson aefreshments of coconut cake, dens have become very Following the program, nuts, coffee and colas were popular today. Members were Mrs. Lynn Zorn was surprised served to twelve members. Arh I with a baby gift from members welcome was extended to new rersonals - of the club. .4 nd Protege' Silky Corbin member, Mrs. James Zessin. 'The meeting was adjourned Mrs. Jerry Evans, Presi- Friends of Dr. and Mrs. and will meet in December dent, called the meeting to Paul O'NealofEnterprisewill with Mrs. Jerry Evans as Only a few weeks have passed since I have given you a progress order. The Garden Club be saddened to learn that their hostess. report on Florala's own young Silky Corbin, who performs the Prayer wasreadby Mrs. Wade home was completely des- Phillips. The roll was called, troyed by fire on Sunday Iill.q hlIlVI~.R "Miracle Memory" trick and the slight of hand card tricks with the ...... D ........... finesse of one much qlder and with many years of experience, minutes of the October mormng around 1 o clock, r. Silkyis only 13 yearsold andhasbeen practicing the arts of magic meeting were read and and Mrs. O Neal were approved, and committeeout-of-town at the time of the TRAINING WORKSHOP t probably- less than 6 months under the auspices of his reports were given, fire and there was no one else self-appointed godfather, Tom Gibson. This young man made his club debue in Opp last week when he An interesting program,at home. , TO BE HELD performed for the Country Club set and again on Friday at the Dr. O Neal practiced in a-~ ,-~ , Fiorala for several years and ....... ~ . , Holiday Inn in Crestview. a~ ..... i,:...,. --,4 ....... 'the aemt-~nnuat ~cnoo~ ILl .... Bus Driver TrammR Workshop In Crestview, fortunately, for the duo of Silky and Gibson, a lttTDISU~ O Uillti wm de rememoerea vy many people lney are presently . -" - h f an professor of psychology from Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, a . " . , will be held during the week of " " " ' ' " Mr. Paris, was in the audience and was so impressed with this hying in a trailer beside thew .,uecemn. er 7-10,- 1976, 'm the" D r former home. Covin ton County Board of youngster that he asked for an interview after the show. He was aeo t g absolutely amazed with miracle memory stunt, power of Education Building, Andalu- concentration and dexterity in general, that I~e insisted they come to November 15-Raymond ...... sin Alabama. Persons those attending the tuneful . ' ....... Mississippi and demonstrate this skill to his psychology students. Grimes, Laurel Hill, was of Mr. L. M. West in Opp, interested m a rr school bus drwersheense Paris said they had trouble retaining subject matter from one day to transfe ed from his home to from Florala were Miss " " the next. Florala Memorial Hospital by Juliette Hu',hes Mrs A Ashould attend from 9:00 The thing that was most exciting about their visit with Paris was 5 .... until 12"00p m Tuesday members Bass and Alford. Har,,er, Mrs. Ti-" Oar,,, Mrs. " ' ",, "' the fact that he is associated with a firm in New York whi6h makes November 16: Dr. A.G. E. Le. Murray andeMissFrancis through Friday. and sells games conducive to early childhood development. He was Williams, Florala, was trans- Chance ' PERSONALS very much interested in using Silky in the promotion of this business ported from a Pensacola " " " during a summer program. He is to talk over the possibilities with funeral hometo Evans Funeral Guests of Miss Frances Friends of Mrs. Wilbur his Board of Directors and get back with Tom in the near future. Home, by members Bass and Chance last week were MrMajors will be especially sorry What did I tell you about New York a few weeks back? This team BarrineaU; Jeanette Cain, and Mrs C H Dobroski S'r ' to hear she lost her mother this is closer to New York than even they ever dreamed in such a short Florala, was transported from of Houston" Texas" Mr ' and past Sunday evening. She died time. Don't ever under estimate the power of positive thinking and her home to Opp Mizell Mrs C H 'Dobroski Jr" and of a heart attack in action! A positive attitude and outlook gets things done. Memorial Hospital by mem- fam(Iv " also from 'Houston Montgomery. Funeral services Sess n at Opm.~awnioCunc;l:jmet. m ~"n d t and t o6mCylim d Ira nStma ?dard ?ngh;roCgTp7eh enswe Plan 1 know if they get to New York with this prnmotion of child bees Stewart and Hartzog. Texas" and Mrs AI Willard were held Wednesday. development products, getting on the Johnny Carson Show will be a November 17: James In-and son of Birmingham, and ~ I '~ere Mayor Tommy pick-up truck with the right to After a brief discussion on sure thing, galls, Fiorala, was transported "Mr~ i-l~TPI ~re,~ham af (~r~n I/ i~:0uncilmembers: Dr. reject any and all bids. Bids to street lighting, Bobby Kemp 1 think it is remarkable that Tom Gibson took an interest in this from his home to Opp Mizeil .......................... re. I ilcadmgnmanaanylthlng .... 1 Johnson, Edward be opened at the next regular made a motion to have a light young man with proven talent when he needed a friend and 1 wish .......... lflovematteraataU .... ~emonai riospttm ny mem- 1 youmustsee I ~ Olene Staggers, meeting and tobe published in installed on Cannon Drive in the very best for beth of them. bers Stewart and Bishop; The Reverend and Mrs. Joe 1 THE HIDINGPUtCE. I emp, and Leonard local papers. Leonard Smith front of Lillie Mar Paul's Culman Adams, Crestvtew" , Bates, Jean, Jeff and Jamie | I tAlso present was seconded. Motion carded, residence. Edward Thomas Florida, was transported from visited Elizabeth Bates in | ~ | 'Alerl Ramev. After a lengthy 'discussion seconded. Motion carried. ~"~K AA Crestview t Evans Funeral I I present "included on a bill from BiggsSporting Edward Thomas made a , .ester ~-ams Home by members Bishop" and TuesdayF orala whilen MtheondaYReverenandd Ii~m~l~l~~ ,~ |1 iHilton and Louise Goods for a gun purchased, motion to pay monthly bills. Stewart; James Hartzog, Bates was in town for the l~'~.~| !. Leonard Smith made a motion Olene Staggers seconded. . . g rma~~ ~~| Florala was transported from , weddmof Miss Cindy Surrey ~eeting was called to tn pay lhe bill and to report to Motion carried. --'A" FHS FlralaMemrmlHswtalta and Mr. Danny Stovall. The 'Dr. G. S. Johnson. the sheriff's office that the gun Dr. Johnson is to check and Retires Ft. Walton hospita! byReverend and Mrs. Bates, and I~"l~ll I~~lllllll ~1111 ; brief discussion on is now missing. Edward report back at the next regular members Stewart and Bishop. Jamie, were overnight guests I ~ II 01erie Staggers made Thomas seconded. Motion meeting on the request from .November. 18: James Kend- in the home of Mrs. Thelma I I rtck of Flnpala was transpor PG to approve minutes carried. Rex Miller to install a fire Chester Adams is retiring ~ '. " Anderson, while Jeff and Jean I llpt3 = I ted from the pohce department e wt h z Starr,,~ JULIE I bed. Edward Thomas Bobby Kemp made a motion extinguisher in his home. after having served 18 years as ~ stay d "t Eli abeth. They all I ~ JULi-E ltt~l$ I I. Motion carried, for Attorney Ramey to run a A brief discussion was held school custodian at Florala ":, :!, ~ to Opp. Mizell Memorial. "-J~'niovda ...... seoino~, _-qll .their old l ARTHuREILEEMT U HECKARTo, coNPIELLO, COPIINELL Hos ltal b members Barn !e report was given by legal title opinion on a on the following items:High School. ~~i~ P Y " friends in town, and the I IA~J'~I~LLcLIFr I Hilton. A brief proposed property owned by right-of-way on Parker Lane; He began work in this~~~ neau and Thomas. Reverend Bates especially I ~~[.7~k~, I November 19 Coy Turner ........................... ' ~rlwas held on the city the Town. Leonard Smithcity map; dump; house capacity in 1959 when Glen ..... . :y: : , enjoyed a visit with the Florala I ~iZ.7,Z/:=~, I Flnrala was transported from of r , Rotary Club as a guest Je ry 1 ~-i" ....... I tug a radar gun. seconded. Motion carried, numbering; cleaning up of Cockcroft was principal and ~~ " " ~ marts aunaay, oecemtmr report was given by Attorney Ramey gave a very privately owned property; and Thomas Ca.rrol was superin- his home to Opp Mizell Evans I CAROUSi~ CINEMA ! Johnson. interesting reporton his trip to a dog ordinance. The items tendent of Covimzton County Memorial Hospital by mem- "~ ' .......... ~1 ~'*~?~;'~'?"" 1 the Florida League of Cities were tabled under next,. Schools. Since that time, he bers Ba, s~/andCo!lingsworth. ~i ~-!'i~'~ ~ ~'~" :~" '~ i" 3 Da~-~Iv ? ~1I' brief discussion on Convention. meeting. ' has worked with Charles This week the Rescue Mi's. Cintra Parker of 1 Sund~v " II Squad had a total of eight runs Geneva is spending this week I h30, 4.00 and 8,'00 I g a water truck, - Edward Thomas moved toStevenson, FHS Principal and ( ~~lk and a total of 506 miles put on with her daughter and family I Monday And Tuesday 1 ~ger~ made a motion Dr. Johnson repnrted that adjourn. Bobby Kemp second- J. Murry King, 'County~ ~ the rescue units, and a total of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wood] ! 6:30 and 9:00 "r ! ids on a t/~ ton and a Paxton is still with the county ed. Motion carried. Superintendent. ~ Mr. Adams says - "These ~ .~ 22 man hours used. ham. Im PASS LIST SUSPENDED fur men are the best men ' G ASp IGift ha e ever wor e for. The will always be in my prayers ~/ * and l just wish Fiorala H}gh ~ lye PC m the best in years to come, 1 ~ !~ He further stated that he --~ ~ F Ch" " wan,e ,o or r stmas Th s Year. High School Staff for the love nffice wqrkers, lunch room ~'~g TMt W ,,,~ "~ This week plan to add a and kindness shown him workers, boys and girls come ~ "~ "' ' ~ delightful addition to your during his tenure. 'I have and go. These have been the ~ ~.lve SometM tll Be ~ ~ Thanksgiving menu by serving seen many teachers' caches' happines years f my life'" dAilYe some Pumpkin Bread. This emembere ar I recipe is compliments of Pat dh Cox. It is sure to be a real OLD HART HOUSE L rig. S Thanksgiving treat! O e ~'~ PumpkinBread r Sch Subs ipti To V~~~ 3 cups sugar Bazaa eduled cup a,ado. Cr O/It ~\ . .% ~ 2 cups pumpkin %cupwater For Htstortc Home Th :: I:~'~ .... ...... 3'A cupsflour e orala ws. 1 teaspoon salt 'A teaspoon baking powder The Opp Historical Society sewn gifts; original paintings 2 teaspoons soda is sponsoring a Christmas and works in oil, acrylics, l teaspoon cinnamon Bazaar on Friday, November water color and pen and ink; ~ RATES 1 teaspoon allspice 26 (the day after Thanksgiv- home baked and canned goods ~t/:eau~P;OhitleOVetSsins ing) at the historic old Hart in the Country Kitchen. InCovington County .......... !6. 8 p house located on Stewart A refreshment stand on the I~ __ ~AN BRASWELL won this unique bow-tie quilt made by 1'/2 cups pecans (chopped) Avenue in Opp, Alabama. The lawn will be selling sandwic- BYrd and Mrs. Doc Cooper and donated to the bazaar by Mix sugar and oil. Add eggs bazaar will be open from 9:00 hes and grilled hamburgers Out ldo county, But In ...... a6.30 ~a Byrd and Mrs. Barbara Uolley. Mrs. Braswell won the and beat well. Add pumpkin until 5:00 o clock, and hotdogs. Out Of Stale ....... 16.00 awing on Saturday. The Junior Civic Club has made, to and ~vater. Sift dry ingredients The members of the society Many more contributions on their annual "bazaar. together. Add to pumpkin as well as the civic clubs and are needed to make this a truly il : mixture. Add raisins and nuts towns people have been great bazaar. Won't you share ~ Paxton, Laurel Hill And Lak wood ..... "8.00 tt last. Bake in well greased working long and late hours to with. us something you have coffee cans (not floured) at 350 make this an outstanding sales made from your kitchen, .~ degrees for one hour. Set cans event. Local artists andsewing room, flower or NAME ,, , on cookie sheets to bake. Cool craftsmen have been generous vegetable garden, the beauti- , ~~ before removing. Makes four in their contributions of time ful woods around us : or share $ l~~ 'or five cans. Maybe frozen, and talent to help make the the results of whatever hobby ~] ADDRESS I | I 'Ill I[ I bazaar a success, or skill you have? Jamie McPhail are beautiful silk flowers; hand complete the restoration of the painted purses by well known Hart house for our town to Initiated ~o~at artists; hand crafted gifts enjoy. ' STA of wood; potted plants, potted All contributions may be fruit and flowering trees; taken to the Hart house on '~W6', ~ ~ll~ Jamie McPhail has recently needlepoint treasures; Chris- Wddnesday, November 24, or ,NCLOS,I) IS * i i , 11 ~:l*l~ been initiated into Omieron Nu tmas wreaths and ornaments; call one o'f the people listed~ %~~'~i~ the Home Economics Hono-crocheted, knittedandhome belowifyouwishsomeoneto J t I bv ..... .... ~ fury. Jamie is also active in pick up your gift. Baked goods US ~. 0 e various other campus activities may be taken (or picked up by at Auburn University. She the'cmmittee if YU wish) n ~ "T~fo ey, A ~. serves as the Family and Child - PERSONAL the day of the sale. If all gifts ~~~ Development representative ""--" are not sold on Friday, thesale n ) t 1 ~~~ on the Home Economies will cntinue n Saturday' ~ Se d ~ New~l) ~~~ Student Faculty Council. November 27. The doors will ~i~~I; r Jamie serves on the Executive Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Welch open promptly at 9:00 Friday ~, ~ Cabinet of SGA as Director of spent the weekend visiting morning, November 26. ~ Women s Dorm Living and she with their son and family, Mr. People to call if you need " also serves on the A.U. and Mrs. Ben Welch and sons, someone to pick up your ~ J~ Discipline Committee. Jamie Harold and Harris of Pasca- contributions are: is a member of Delta Gamma gould, Mississippi. The twins Mrs. Reddoch Williams, ,~e~%~ Sorority and is a membercelebrated their 6th birthday Mrs. Edwina Riehburg, Mrs. of Alpha Lamda Delta Hono- during the weekend. Don Cook, Mrs. Charlotte 101SE GEORGE was the lucky winner of this beautiful fury. Ben and family recently Williams, Mrs. Bobby Moul- Mrs. Mary Vinson. formerly of Lockhart and now of She is a 197'4 graduate of moved to Pascagoula fromton, Mrs. Billy Adams, Mrs. Charlotte, North Carolina. He Hazel Jackson, Mrs. Margue- lugs, Florida. given away by the Florala Junior Civic Florala High School and is the ~s assistant manager of rite Gunnels, Mrs. Donald annual bazaar on Saturday. The painting was daughter of Mr. and Mrs.g,Mart. Jackson and Ms. Ray Jeffcoat. club, to be given away at a drawing on Saturday. James W. McPhatl of Florala.