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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 Social Notes Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pouncey were their children: Judy (Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Armstrong, Debra and Jeffrey) of Sylacague, Alabama; Marsha (Mr. and Mrs. Ron Fowler and Ronda) of Laurel Hill, Florida; Barbara (Mr. and Mrs. Marion Causey) of FIorala, Alabama; also Mr. Ted Pouncey of Montgomery, Alabama; Mr. Modie Cannon of Andalusia, and Mr. and Mrs. Hurshel Causey of Florala, Alabama. Mrs. Ethel Hodge is visiting with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cobb of Pensacola, Florida. Mr. Hurshel Causey and Mr. A. J. York attended a luncheon at the Holiday Inn on December 2. for the Retired Alabama Power Company em- ployees of this district. Mr. York had as his guest, his son, James. The Florala News - Thursday, December 9. Ihc ! -. ineremon p -: Wedding vows were excha- nged by Miss Delores Ann '( , ')' Roth and Robert Gordon Black at a double-ring ceremony November 20 at the First Church of the Nazarene in East Brewton. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paul Roth. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Hagood edged with yellow and g_~ I | tl Black. ribbons, held the three-ti~ I I Officiating at the 7:00 p.m. cake decorated with Y~I I I ceremony was the Reverend !~ confection roses and top~ I I ' h Greg Wiser, pastor of the ~ with a cluster of satin wed,~ | | Ii,3 church. " ~- bells with lily of the v~ I I Organ selections played by clappers. Cake was serve.d~ | I M Mrs. Terry Jordan included Mrs. Kathy Maney and r,~ | | "If," "I Love You So," Belinda Goolsby. I / e ets "Twelfth of Never," "Super- Presiding at the silver c01aI / star," "My Sweet Lady," service at a nearby table'[ I | "We've Only Just Begun." Miss Kay Coale. "/m I : Members of theFlorala .. ~l ] : ,~ "'Summer of '42 and "For Guests registered at a t " , , \ History Club had a treat in All We Know.". "The covered with an antique .w~I | , ~ store when they met in the Wedding Song,' "Wedding cloth. Yellow daisies inl I ,~/, ~,:" , ' Home Economic DepartmentPrayer" and "Whither Thou crystal bud vase Prvi~t I " : ': : of Paxton High School on " I * Goest" were sung by Mrs. Lee accent at the table at w~1 I ' Thursday afternoon, Decem- Davis. Played for processional Miss Dawn Wiggins presid~ I I . ber 2. and recessional were "Joy." Rice bags were distribU~lt I I Mrs. J. E. Baldwin was "BridalChorus," and "Wed- by Donna Thornburg and .El II ~llty (~." hostess and program leader dine March." Coxwell from white wi~ I ] for the day. She introduced Forming a background for baskets trimmed with w~ | I Mrs. Luann Pope and Mrs.tall baskets of white specimen satin ribbons. J | ' Louisc Kenvom home econo- and cushion taurus, gladioli Also assisting at !] mist. who work in Home and emerald foliage, were the reception were Miss Christi~ Service with Gulf Power baptistry arrangement of Richburg, Mrs. Mary Tho..~ ~. - ~ Company. The subject for the polished magnolia, palms, and burg and Mrs. Nora CoxWel!J ~1 day was Bicentennial Foods. lightedtapersinspiral, arched For a wedding trip 1" -~ ._:~, Everyone was given two and seven-branched candel- Gatlinburg, Tennessee, s I~ cookbooks. One was Happy. abra Spingerii ferns flanked the Smoky, Mountains. Holidays and the other was the satin-draped prie died bride changed to an ense ' ,- Bicentennial Meals. They marked with ivyandwhite featuring a blue and demonstrated several reopes satin bows. tweed skirt. : matching dating backtwo hundred years Given in marriage by her vest and blazer and and related many helpful facts father, the bride wore a gown sleeve white blouse. She about foods. The food they of white organza and Venise the white rosebud , prepared were served with lace Beaded rose-patterned frofn her bridal bouquet., coffee and punch, lace outlined the Queen Anne The couple will reside at 1~ Mrs. Donald Dean.vtce- neckline, flared into the bodice . . . Mrs. Bltwk Debardeleben in AubtJt president, presided during a tojust below the waist and also where both are students brief business session, trimmed the wide cuffs which Atthurn University. Mrs. Josie Rasberry gaveended in a ruffle. A deep They carried nosegays of o11 the right side of the skirt to the legislative report. She ruffled flounce set off with a yellow daisy munas, rosebuds form fullness. Her waist OUT-OF-TOWN brought good news about the band of beaded, lace accented lilies of the valley. Each wore a corsage was a cvmbidiunl GUESTS social security score, the skirt and flowed to a chapel pearl pendant, a gift of the orchid. Among the guests Other visitors attending, length train. A cascade of bride. Mrs. Black. mother of the out-of-town for thewedding were Miss Ana Marl Cadilla beaded motifs formed a Flower girls were Kathrvn of yellow qiana designed with were Mr. and Mrs. Sharron groom, was allircd m a gown Miss Roth at~d Mr. BI~ and Mrs. Leonard F. Smith. pyramid on the back of her Owens, niece of the bride, and long sleeves cuffed at the Havwood. Mr. and Mrs. gown. Her veil of matching Amy Black. niece of the wrists, full skirt belted with Goolsbv, Lockhart; MI lace caught to a bandeau with groom. The gowns of yellow rhinestone buckle, and a large WoodrowBraswell, Je full-length tier of illusion with and green floral chiffon over ~,,,~e,Uumm"'~e at the neckline, toppedWilliams, Mrs. Rheda "~'~ blusher was created by Mrs. yellow satin featured Peter with a short jacket of the same drcws. Mr. and Mrs. Je Juanita Roth Owens, sister of Pan collars edged with lace. the bride. She wore her material. She wore a yellow Andrews, Paxton; Mrs. tucked bodice and full sleeves, cymbidium orchid corsage. Earl Kelly. Miss Karen Ke &.~atK~le maternal grandmother's ca- They wore yellow and white " . " " Panama City; Mr. and meo lavalier and carried arosebud headpieces a~,d ,sar- :. , .~RECEPTION Kennv Owens and cascade of yellow and white ried ttatural wicker baskets.of Mrs. Skinner ........ ' ..... " ~" rosebuds. - FQllowingthe ceremony Mr. Kathry.n and Ken; 6a,_~ dham PI rl d Mrs. Juanita Roth Owens yeltowmurffpetals.' , andMrs. Rothentertainedata Breeze; Miss Helen t t]i served as her sister's matron Garry Black, brother of the reception for the bride and Miss Kathy Folmer, gaPU:| J Helen Win Weds a ne of honor. Other attendants groom, was best man and groom in the church fellowship Reed. Birmingham; the ge~I I~ were Miss Helen Roth and ushers were Howell Haw- hall. rend and Mrs. Lee Davis s;~ "! Mr. and Mrs. Hurshel Causcy had as weekend guests, his sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Willett; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Matthews of Columbus, Georgia. His bro- thers, Mr. and Mrs. John B, Causey and Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Causey of Dothan, Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Q. P. Flournoy and mother, Mrs. John Flourhoy, spent Thanks- giving in Little Rock, Arkansas as guests of their oldest son and grandson, Lt. John Charles Flournoy. Lt. Flournoy is stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base in Jacksonville, Arkansas. ,a Miss Jackie Roth, sisters of thorn. Terry Langston, Larry A white jersey skirt sons. Tim and Bryan, Mr. a~l ~ The Florala Church of God the bride. Mrs. Cheryl Black, Owens and Butch Roth, gathered to a pale yel'low cloth mrs. Darryl O'Mary. M0~;J will have a rummage sale, sister-in-law of the groom, and brother of the bride. Ring drapedthe bride's tablegomery; Mr. and M s. .r| lin Skin w~ Owens, a Black and daughter,rOar Frank Friday and Saturday, Decem- Miss Elizabeth Harris. bearer Ken centered with silver Ar@| p. ~er ber 11 and 12. The sale will The attendants wore floor- nephew of the bride, container holding yellow Nashville, Tennessee; 'Mr!j~ I~ begin at 9:00 o'clock and last length gowns of pale yellow Mrs. Roth chose for herdaisies, gypsophila and" a trio Matt Maney. Auburn; Mr. ao~| ~ until 4:00 o'clock, qiana fashioned with Bishop daughter's wedding a floor- of yellow tapers. Nosegays of Mrs. Ray Black Skip BlaC~l | Miss Helen Ann Windham gown of candlelight Qianawith The location will be at the sleeves of lace which ended in length gown of champagne whi|e mums marked corners of Mary Esther, Florida; an"| | became the bride of Franklin a high neckline and a corded, Church on West 8th Avenue. wide cuffs overlaid with lace qiana fashioned on princess the table edged with green and Mrsl Kathleen Watson of Jaq I Skinner at 2 p.m. Saturday at raised waistline. The cording The churchwillalsobe and fastened with self-covered lines with long sleeves slit at I 1 the Church Street United was repeated around thesponsoring a pancake supper buttons. Their headpieces the wrists, V-neckline and Methodist Church. The Reve- wrists of the long, slender on Friday night. December 11, were clusters of miniature matching stole. Gathers ra- rend Robert Collins performed sleeves and the full skirt at 5:30 p.m. yellow and white rosebuds, diated from a crescent panel .~:,, the double ring ceremony flowed into a chapel train. Her against a background ofveil of illusion was edged with greenery and lighted candles, rolled satin and was attached Ben Feagitl, organist and with a small cluster of fresh ~K'lb Doug Lee of Birmingham, flowers. She earried a bouquet soloist and guitarist, provided of miniature Talisman roses Do You r Christmas the nuptial music, and stephanotis Shopping A t Sears The bride is the daughter of Miss Kitti Windham was Mrs. Amasa Benjamin Wind- her sister's maid of honor. !, ~F~,$~ 11. IN FLORALA, ALA. ham and the late Mr. Other attendants included ~, Windburn. The bridegroom is Nikki Davis Maute of Tyler, CAL1 8~8"3~74 the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Polly Coleman of Atlanta, F. Skinner of Florala. Georgia, Brenda Sharp, Vikki ~ Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Allures, The bride was given in Hammond Hudson an:l Miss ...... Jr., announce theengagement marriage by her brother, Johanna Carter,allof of their daughter, Marsha Amasa Benjamin Windham, Birmingham. Lynne, to Wallace Vaughan Jr., of Decatur. She wore a The attendants wore floor- Kinsaul, son of Mr. and Mrs. length halter gowns of rust Wallace Bowers Kinsaul of jersey with long matching : Tuscaloosa, Alabama. coats featuring raised waist- Miss Allures is the grand- lines. Each attendant carried a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. single long-stemmed rose. D. Allures of Dora, Alabama; The mother of the bride Mrs. W. A. Smith also of Give A Special Gift wore a floor-length gown of Dora, and the late Mr. Smith. salmon jersey. The bride- She is a 1973 graduate ofFor Christmas This Year groom's mother chose a long Corner High School and a 1976 gown of forest green knit. Both graduate of the University of Give Something That Will Alabama with a B.S. degree in mothers had corsages of cymbidium orchids, special education. She is a Be Remembered All Year Lon The bridegroom was at- member of Delta Gamma tended by Leonard Giddeon of social sorority and of Kappa Send A Subscription To The Gainsville, Florida, who see- Delta Epsilon and Kappa Delta Florala News! ned as ~tis best man. Other Pi education honorary organ- grooms-men-ushers were Ted izations. Miss Allures is RATES Bryant, Bill lngram, Mike employed by the Bibb County inCovington County ............. 'SJS Harris, AI La Pierre and Don Board of Education. teaching Outside County. But In Alabama ........... '6.so Siegelman, all of Birmingham. : in the BrentElementary Out Of State ................ *6.0o Following the ceremony, a System. Paxton, Laurel Hill And Lakewood ........ *5oo reception was held at the Mr. Kinsaul is the grandson~nM~ Selma Historic and Civic of Mrs. William Walter Building. Mrs. William Ehlert, Kinsaul of Freeport. Florida Mrs. Frank Howell and Mrs, and the late Mr. Kinsaul; Mrs. Aaaeess Betty Farrington greeted the Nora S. Lawrence of Florala guests, and the late Mr. William c;rv Mrs. Thomas Foster Leo- Hayes Vaughan. He is a 1972 nard of Dothan, sister of the graduate of Tuscaloosa HighSTARE bridegroom, kept the bride's School and will graduate from book. the University of Alabama in rsctosrn~s Assisting in serving at the August with a B.S. degree in bride's and groom's tables communications. He is a cadet Just Fill Out Above Information With were Mrs. Eugene Morrow. in the Army ROTC program at Elizabeth Taylor, Renee Bos- the University and a 1976 Check Or Money Order Included, tany, all of Selma, and Carol graduate of the U.S. Army And Send To: The Florala News, Frith Smith of Birmingham, Ranger School, Ft. Benning, Betsy Riley of Montevalio and Georgia. P.O. Box 467, Florala, Alabama Kathleen Kelley Smith of The wedding is planned for Marion Junction. 4 o'clock p.m. on December A nd Have A After a wedding trip to San 19th at the Westervelt-Warner Francisco, California, the Chapel of the First lares" , ,,tt;rt'r:s'mas couple will reside in Birming- Miss Alluresbyterian Church in Tusca- ham. " " " loosa.