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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGFITS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. el,&. i i ,b. i keV|ltnkrl i q I.u , ~lf e l Ivetets a-~ l t ely lulil'll~iilll qlv, \ Judith Ellen Tribble To Wed Robert Lowell Rodwell Mr. and Mrs. William Lanier Eiland of Baker, Florida. He rida. Tribble of Jacksonville Beach, received his Bachelor of The wedding will be held in Florida announce the engage- Science in Materials Engineer- February in the First Presby- meat of their daughter, Judith ing at Auburn University and his terian Church of Gaines,tile, Ellen, to Mr. Robert Lowell Master of Engineering in Metal- Florida. Rodwell of Floraia, Alabama.. lurgy at the University of Flo- The groom-to-be is thesonof Joh Ho d Mrs. Lala ns nore Jr. and the late Mrs. Ruth El- land Rodwell of Florala, Aia- bama. Miss Tribble is thegrand- On Her 80th Birthday daughter of Mrs. Thomas Pres- Mrs. Lain Johns of Floraia, ton. Tribble and the late Dr. was honored on her 80th birth- Tribble of Atlanta,'Georgia, and day, Thanksgiving day, with a of the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl- dinner at the home of her dan- ton Benjamin Shirley of La- ghter, Mrs. Eulon Mills, of the vonia, Georgia. She received Smyrna Community. her Bachelor of Arts in Must- Those enjoying the day with cology at the University of Flo- her were her children: Mr. Abbott of Boston, Massachu- setts couldn't attend, but all talked with her by telephone during the afternoon. - PERSONALS - Miss Libby Kimbro of Kinston had dinner with her sister, Mrs. GOSPEL SING TO BE HELD AT PAXTON ASSEMBLY A gospel sing will be featured Friday night, December 1, atthe Paxton Assembly of God Church. Singing will begin at 7 o'clock. Revival services will begin Sunday night, December 3 atthe Paxton Assembly church. Ser- .vices begin each night at 7 o'clock, with the Reverend Steve Grimsley of Enterprise being the speaker. Everyone is invited to the sing and the revival services. MORAL QUESTIONS HAUNT HEISMAN BALLOTING AGAIN With official ballots in the rida this past summer. Mr. Rodwell is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mm. Ed- ward Pearson Rodwell, Sr. of Florala, Alabama, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lowell DAFFODIL GARDEN CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. KIM GEORGE The Daffodil Garden Club held the monthly meeting with Mrs. Kim George inthehomeof Mr. and Mrs. Kermit George. After the arrival of the mem- bers they were served delicious refreshments by the hostess as- sisted by Mrs. Kermit George The meeting was called to or- der by the president, Mrs. Billy Harold Moore The Garden Clut prayer and minutes were read by the secretary, Mrs. llean McDonald. Financial report was given by the treasurer, Mrs. Tom Gibson. Mrs. Wilson Kendrick gave a most interesting demonstration on preparing flowers for Christmas arrangements. Mrs. Glen Zorn gave each member directions for growing indoor gardens. Mrs. Bill Brown was welcomed into the club as a member. Those attending this meeting were Mrs. Billy Harold Moore, Mrs. Wade Phillips, Mrs. Il- ean McDonald, Mrs. Tom Gib- son, Mrs. Jack Zorn, Mrs. Ed Halley, Mrs; Lynn Zorn, Mrs. Glen Zorn, Mrs. Hubbart Byrd, Mrs. George Lancaster, Jr., Mrs. Paul Godwin, Mrs. Bill Brown and Mrs. Kim George, the'hostess. BLUE BELL GARDEN and Mrs. Phillip Johns of Val- paraiso, Florida, their daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Blakely Jones, Kelley and Jen- nifer of DeFuniak Springs, Flo- rida; Mr. and Mrs. Wilford C. Johns and daughter, Susan Johns of Victoria, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Eulon Mills and dau- ghters, Cheryl and Anne, and Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Kem- bro of Route Two, Florala; grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Johns, Sophia, Tony, and Stephanie, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Rhoades and Rob, all of Elba, Alabama; One daughter, Mrs. Samuel FOWLERS HOST TO A BIG THANKSGIVING DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fowler were hosts Thanksgiving day at their beautiful new home in Pace, Florida for a delight- ful Thanksgiving day dinner. At noon delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings was served. Enjoying the day and helping their parents entertain were their daughters, Rhonda, Pa- tricia and Sherri. The day was spent by some going bowling, playing chess and football, also watching the football game on television. reou Francis Riddle, program chairman, urges all members of the Walton County Farm Bureau to attend the quarterly membership meetihg to be held at the Walton Senior High School on Friday, December 8, at 7 p.m. Following a brief business session a program of Christ- mas music will be presented by the Pax'ton High School Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. Apperson. All families attending the meeting are requested to bring homemade cookies. Coffee and punch will be served with the cookies at the close of the meeting. Several door prizes will be awarded and Christmas gifts will be provided for the child- ren. J dViES KOLB SPEAKS AT LBW JR. COLLEGE A. T. McRae Sunday following mail, a delicate moral question Thanksgiving. continues to haunt the final Hats- man Trophy selections, al- James Kolb, an Alabama civil Mrs. Agnes Pylant spent ready the source of increasing rights leader, from Luverne, Tuesday night as a house guest national debate, was well received by the sin- of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Gamble. The latest problem for what dent body at Lurleen B. Wallace is billed as college football's State Junior College where he Guests of Mrs. Alton Eu- top individual award involves spoke during a recent assembly nice inLockhart for the Thanks- Johnny Rodgers, the all-par- program. giving holidays inctuded Mrs. pose Nebraska back, and his Kolb's topic for the morn- Grace Rodgers, Mrs. James series of run-ins with law an- ing program was "Changing Talbot and Lovania, all of forcement officals over the Times". The program was Crestview; Mr. and Mrs. Phil last few years, sponsored by the LBW Student Snow, Stacy and David of Moat- A number of Heisman elec- Government Association which gomery; Mr. and Mrs. Milan tars have said publicly and is attempting to bring more Folmar, Mr. and Mrs. Ross privately that they will not interesting and informative Folmar, Mr. andMrs. DougOw- vote for Rodgers because of speakers to the Andalusia cam- ens and Mizel, all from Opp; an off-the-field background pus. Mrs. N. W. Killingsworth of that includes a 1970 arrest for Kolb travels a lot ,speaking Brundidge. a gas station holdup that net- to audiences throughout the Unit- ted him $90. Rodgers, who ed States. He is Chairman of Mrs. Glen Garrett and Mrs. was stopped for driving with a the Alabama NAACP, and has Charles Register of Bonifay, suspended license earlier this been named to the Advisory Florida, spent Saturday with year, also has been the victim Committee of the U. S. Civil Mrs. Garrett's mother, Mrs. of numerous private jokes Rights Commission. Kolb has B. E. Whiddon and sister, Miss about his past, one of'which just been appointed and received Vera Whiddon. led to a near brawl at a local a certificate from BilIBaxleyas ~-. bar the night before the an Honorary member of the Oklahoma-Nebraska game.Alabama Attorney General's Mr. and Mrs. Q. P. Flournoy The Heisman balloting staff. of Pt. Comfort, Texas, spent the deadline was pushed back this As a young man, Kolb went Thanksgiving holidays with year to include the last major to Ohio to earn money and build Mrs. J. W. Flournoy and other weekend of the regular col- his parents a home, but was relatives in Florala and Anda- lege season, Dec. ~., undoubt- confronted with prejudice and lusia, edly in response to criticism defeat in the North. He then of last year's selection pro- returned to South Alabama where Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cropper ceedings, which were settled he decided to do for himself and Mrs. Dane Jensen of Ma- before Thanksgiving Day. Pat and his fellowman whatever good con, Georgia, spent the Thanks- Sullivan, a quarterback from he could. giving holidays with Mrs. Y.E. Auburn, was the 1971 recipi- Kolb was one of the early Folsom, Mrs. E. D. Manning eat. leaders to encourage blacks to WHAT A BUGI Front center of the Enterprise State Junior College cheer mascot ',Goober" the metal boll weevil. The Boll Weevil Cheer Leaders are, Davis, New Brockton; Kay Davis, Samson; Debbie Boyd, Enterprise; Joel Aplin, Windburn and Cherie Clark, New Brockton. DW Sophomore Roger Fleming is and he feels that they will be the leading scorer for the En- contenders lor a play-off berth terprise State Junior College in the Alabama Junior College Boll Weevil basketball team. Basketball Association Tourna- He has scored 64 points in the ment set for February 22-24, first four outings this season. 1973 in Monroeville. ESJC is The Weevils have won two a member of the Southern Di- and lost two. They picked up vision:of the Association. two wins in the Third Annual Thus far, the Weevils have Boll Weevil Basketball Tourna- played no conference gamesand meat last week over Selma's George Wallace on Thursday, November 16, 88-84; and over Fort Racker on Friday, 73-66; but lost the championship match to George Wallace of Dothan Saturday night by five points, 7%72. Selma's Clarence Smith was high man in tournament play with a 28.6 average. Close behind him was Dothan's James King with a 28 point average, followed by Mike Coleman, Fort Racker, 24; Terry Bozzy, Fort Racker, 23.6; Robert Pierson, Dothan, 21.6; and Roger Fleming, ESJC, 18.6. For the third straight year, George Wallace of Dothan took home the Tournament cham- pionship trophy. Enterprise State finished second. ESJC Basketball Coach Dean Craig said that the Boll Wee- vils are improving each game Laurel Hill To Feature Some of the brothei's:in-law and other relatives. As it has in previous years,: become registered voters, bur- went to the local radio station ........... sectionalism probably wil/! tag this time he became close-Homecomin where Lloyd has a radio pro: Mr. andMi's: L C. Adairand govern the mood of many ly associated with Dr. Martin gram, "The Suppertime Gospel children, Mr. and Mrs. Edward electors. At this time, the top Luther King. Laurel Hill High School will feature homecoming activities Friday night, December 1. Af- ter the ballgame a homecoming dance will be held in the school cafeteria featuring a live band, the Freefrom Five, from Fort Walton Beach. All past alumni have a spec- ial invitation. The homecoming queen will Hour." Enjoying the day were Mrs. Grace E. Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. C.. T. Parrish, and Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brooks, Jimmy and Joe, Mrs. C. G. Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Cook andSte- phanie, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Per- due and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Leavell, Mrs. B. T. Nix Lewis and children and Miss candidates, listed alphabeti- Kolb is dedicated to mak- Kathy Manning, allofMontgom- cally, would appear to be ing his home a better place to ery were visitors in Florala on Glarer, John Hufnagal (Penn live, rather than seeking a bet- Sunday, November 19 when their State quarterback), Bert ter place by moving his home grandmother, Mrs. J.W. Flour- Johnes (Louisiana State about. In a recent speech in nay entertained with dinner. University quarterback), Greg Ohio, Kolb was quoted as say- Pruitt (Oklahoma back) and ins, "The greatest opportunity Miss Kathy Manning, whois a Rodgers. for a black will be in the South. senior at Huntingdon College in Not now, but we are going in Montgomery, spent the Thanks- that direction. giving holidays with her par- Kolb's grandson, Douglas have twomore home games scheduled before Christmas holidays. They play Chipola Junior College on December I, and Wan,nab Junior College on WEEKLY RECIPE Sarah Aaae Sheridan If your family has a sweet tooth and you are always looking for a different reci- pe; try this one. The Autumn Fruit Cake may suit your family even better than the overly rich Christmas fruit cakes. Autumn Fruit Cake 2 sticks oleo 2 c sugar 5 eggs 1 iv.box Graham cracker crumbs t can coconut 1 can crushed pineapple (drained) 1 c chopped nuts 1 t baking powder Cream butter and sugar. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addi- tion. Add other ingredients except nuts. Mix thoroughly, add nuts. Bake in a greased tube pan for one hour and ten minutes at 325 degrees. December 14, The top thr vil line-up 1G point average; mona, 12.5 average; Simmons, 117 1. Name the flowe month of 2. What precious designated for bert 3. When was the transplant 4. How many been since ed Pearl HarbOr 5. On what day in King Edward cute the British 6. What animal. washes its food eating it9 7. Who invented senger 8. What is another n freckles? 9. What was the name given to House? 10.Name the university on nent~ Answers to Who 1. Narcissus or 2. Turquoise. 3. December 3, 4: Thirty-one. : 5. December 1 lth, 6. The Raccoon. 7. Elisha G. OtiS, 8. Lentigo. t' 9. The Presiden : 10.University of i ii HEALTH - HOME - (Practical Hints For The Modern By April Rhodes CLUB DISCUSSES and Mrs. Virginia Fowler. eats, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Gerald Sanders, also of Luverne, is a be announced between the A "TABLE SETTING" The W. S. Harlan PTA met Manning. U. OF NEBRASKA sophomore at LBW. and B ballgames ............ ~ caPiuit oI vinegar add- ,,engmen me Tuesday night, November 21 in Mr and Mrs. F. D. (Dodie) PREXY RAPS ed to apot of cooking greens pantyhose by Mrs. Alva Skinner was hos- the school auditorium. Mrs. tess to the Blue Bell Garden Joann Geohagan's fourth grade Carroll of Shreveport', La.: EDUCAT]ON CRITICS | - ! will cut down their odor con- lukewarm waterbe Club in her home Tuesday night, gave a very interesting Thanks- spent the Thanksgiving holidays . | I'IF7 _1 , InF7 , | ~ II siderably, ing andrinse out a Mrs. Skinner, president, giving program, with his mother, Mrs. A.C.A fickle-natured society is | ~/e~']'~i~ ~v i~i~c~r~ IL, or/ler II wearing. called t~e meeting to order and The fourth grade won the Carroll. He has retired from now criticizing higher education II Ey II For a tender and tasty "u read the Garden Club Creed. room count, the United States Air Force and and calling for "account- II D- ~k..,,,. ~,.-.kJ., 1 barbecued steak, marinate Keep your cos~ The roll was called by the he- is now holding a position with the ability," Dr. D. B. "Woody" | ~j t=~,,, ~mu~ | it overnight in salad oil ry shining clean L cretary, Mrs. HurshellCausey, - PERSONALS - Beaird-Poulan, Inc., makers of Varner president of the Uni- with each member answering " chain saws. versify of Nebraska, told the . _ lemon juice, minced onion it in a bowl und p, we were real anxious to see use small fish such as bream and a crushed clove of -~- bing alcohol over with their favorite annual. Jimmy and Joe Brooks, stu- students during a conference at " ~"" "n Plans were discussed to dents at Auburn University, Mrs. A. C. Carroll had as her Auburn University. the results of Thanksglwng and trout that cannot be used lie stand a few rat beautify the downtown plot next spent the Thanksgiving holidays guests for Thanksgiving dinner "Critics say there is too week. So here it is. With 31 to broil or bake. Twelve ann- ---" wipe dry to the Masonic building. Var- with lheirparents, Mr. andMrs, her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. much emphasis on liberal regular and I new memberpre, ces make 4 - 4 ounces her- - -" ions projects were discussed, W.H. Brooks. Podia Carroll of Shreveport, education and, not enough on sent, the weight loss from 26 rings. When traveling or eating Holiday makeUP one, which encouraged all mem- La.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sas- job training, Yarner said, regular members was 52 I/2 Beginning next week ouroct, keep a piece of ribbon takes on a froS!. bars to enter the contest Gary Woodham of Auburnnett, Becky and Jimmy of Pen- "implying that too manypaunch. The other 5 ling,red meeting, will begin at .6:00 with a safety.~ ..nin on both from fin~,ero nail P1) to long around the turkey dres- o clock through the winter ,~n~ fnr ~tt~Phin~ tr~ R naner shadow Soft and "Christmas Decorations From University spent the Thanks- sacola; Mrs. Muriel Savage, history majors are being s ................................. the Forest" sponsored by the giving holidays withhisparents, Carrie and Sissy of Floralaand turned out to drive cabs or rag. (lisa anu gamea. totalmonths. . - ,,,,v,,,,,'~nb;" ,~,~o=,~,~ 1,..,,,.~,..,,~i,~=,~,~, ,,,~hlh lic, h~,_~.~ .......~"~o for a Mr. and Mrs. Larry K. Wood- Mr. and Mrs. Clink Couey and run filling stations." wmght loss 404 pounds. Hope to see more in number . " settin Alabama Forestry Commis-ham and had Sunday dinner with Raymond of Florala. "Job training," the educa- Look! at the diamonds we and less in pounds next week. Ior t)avy, g. sion. The program "Table Setting" his grandmother, Mrs. A.T. ~ tar said, "is not the justifica- ~VoZlle ::iveh't fo/2:nve etarir? t~ . ~ was given by Mrs. JohnMcCol- McRae. Mrs. John Miles had withher tion for higher education, g Y y an laugh, for Thanksgiving her son and fa- Higher education is in the have never received diamonds . , for pounds lost before. Delicious refreshments were Jimmy Denney, student at Au- mily, Mr. and Mrs. Charles knowledge business: the crea, When we reach our goal, we _ m __ served to the club members by "burn University spent the holt- Bryan, Becky and Chris, and her tion of knowledge; and trans- will receive a pin with a clam,rid II ~ ~ A ~ ~ ,~, ,,, - ~ mm Ik / ~ the hostess assisted by Mrs. days with his parents, Dr. and brother, Bill Hinson of Baton mission of knowledge and the for every 10 pounds lost. Want _ n n u rl n n unu r m i,m II John McCollough. Mrs. James Denney and sister, Rouge, La. application of knowledge." Lynn. He returned to Auburn He said people who have my pin be a glitter with dia- 41P V ~ Ir=l n V ~ ~ ir Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. JackieMcLaney gone to college are more in- monds? Ha! and three children, Ronya, Lori formed and effective citizens, Now the recipe for this week is my own creation. So, 1 ~ _ ~, = r R e s t o u r o n t"! Miss Sandra MoodyofAuburn and Scott of Cantonement, Flo- and involved in community named it: t.enter utter,or l ~ql ~roollll~ ~ J University spent the Thanksgiv- rida, were dinner guests of his activities .... a goal worthy I BY LINDA WRIGHT [ lag holidays with her parents, mother, Mrs. C. B. McLaney enough for perpetuation." "Alberta's Deviled Fish Loaf" -, , Mr. and Mrs. Ewin Moody. and sister, Mrs. Argie Glass in That public higher educa- 6 oz. Fish boiled, boned and I Lockhart on Thanksgiving day. tion must be held accountable skinned 2 T finely chopped celery or, [SOME people WORK I Miss Dabble Savage, student~ to the taxpayer for the dollars (I/2 tap. celery seed) lbecause they ENJOY itI at Troy University, returned Miss Sharon Elizabeth Baber, spent, is another point of the 2T. Tomato ju!ce An interesting available position, in the Andalusia Neighbor." I... but I have OTHERI home for the Thanksgiving holi- who is a student at the Uni- critics, he said. "They are days and will be at home until versity of Alabama, spent the really suggesting inefficiency, 2tsso" ~al.onnZnLa[ees hood Service Center, Bethune School, for responsible person with I I ' ..... ' reasons, after the Christmas holidays. Tahra:kts2i~ng :~l~aYsS;:etdh;:r_ andH:V::i~h~tingout:ebe. l tap. bellpepper flakes abdity to work with residents and agenc,es within commun, Y' ... ~~.j Miss Pam McGee, whoisa ber on Route One," Florala. to testthe efficiency of publicItsp" prepared mustard " ' " " " a me I ~ ~-~ I 1 tap. lemon juice or (real Applicant must have knowledge o' commumty organization I : student atTroyUniversityanda higher education against any lemon) thods and establish and maintain cooperative relationships witl~ ~ ~ ", member of the Troy University Friends regret to learn that American business industry, ~i / Red Wave Band, is at home Mrs. Anna Goodwincontinuesto asserting that where the pub- I tap. pepper sauce,the target area residents, and all citizens of any economic stun" I~~/ . worceseersnire sauce w" r r a" a r" "n and0 for the Thanksgiving and be ill at the Florala Memorial lic assumes an eight-to-five 1/2 Tsn So,sauce dard Ithout regard to race, creed, cola, o n tton I o igt Christmas holidays. TroyUni- Hospital. She was carried to the boar job and soft living for I;/2 ts'p.-Sala--Supreme sea- thorough knowledge of administrative procedures, college exper- versify students will not return hospital following a fall about faculty members, in essence, sorting ience helpful. . to school until after the first of two weeks ago and continues to the effective faculty member Salt and pepper if needed r 0 d the year. have some problems, works from 50 to 90 hours per Mr. and Mrs. James S. Cox The thin criticism which crumbled " i~y' (Janet Holley) and children, Ste- Mrs. Inez Newton has been must be overcome, he said, is paprika ~er.v. eceCenters, or, by wrlt!ng Dist.nct, ywenty-Four Commu~ wart, Philip and Mark Halley, invitedby, the Cape Kennedy that the studen~ as the prin- ACtiOn t.ommittee, incorporateo, frost Utllce urawer IlL'J, Uzo Boil fish about 5 or I0 min- Alabama 36360. of Memphis, Tennessee and ~pace beater [o oe among the ciple beneficiary," should pay utes or, until tender andflakey. _. . , , , , . ,. , _ , .~,v2 Mrs. Judy Heater andson, Ben- spe/cal guests invited to the the full costs. The public, ra- Cool, skin and bone Llosindate tar ha,mission at appticafion uecem~er t. ' ton, of Naples, Florida spent the space viewing areas. She will ther than the individual, is g . I ~ Wafer, Just Show Me Thanksgiving holidays with be one of the thousands to watch beneficiary of strong public Mix well, and make in small I Tho Way To their mother and grandma- the shot from within the Kenne- education,-varner said~ Imint- loaves about 5 ozs. Sprinkle dy Space Center along with 100 ins out the higher taxes. ,aid top with paprika and bake on ther, Mrs. J. F. Halley. members of Congress, 81 am- on-hioher earnine Dower -- '400 degrees about 30 minutes. I bassadors, leading industrial- " -- " When using Salmons leave , LINDA'S DINETTE Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gamble tats, clergymen and more than About seven ~er cent of the off salt and bake in small loaves ...#u and Mrs. Katheryn Perry had 2,000 representatives of the Flori'a )r "u "; ....as above. Double the rdcipe ~1~ as their guests for the Thanks- news media. Th~s wall be the ........... I HOME COOKING- . . o I oo cuon o, c,~rus for a l .pouEI.can drained. == AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOY 9th and final launching of the _ , . . The crab meal can be baked I REAL HOME CQOKING giving holidays their children, 3races }s solo m western ~u- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Perry, Keith, Apollo moon expedition, and is rope, compared to one-nah ox in crab shells or small I 'PHONE $-~0S. Todd and David from Largo, scheduled to belauncedDecem- one per cent only five years loaves. I ,, E. FIFTH AVENUE Florida. her 6. ago. The advantage of this youcan