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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 The Fiorala News- Thursday, December 2:~, Wilkerson 's To Celebrate 50th ,oo, . oma Wilkerson of Birmingham, Juanita Turner of = Alabama,'are celebrating their Alabama, Francis 60th wedding anniversary on Bessemer, Alabama, and o~:~o~g~oOooo~ol December 26, with a family Hindon of Birmingham,i partY.their children:The partYEugeneiS giVenWilker.bY baron. Tri - Cit ub Holds Christmas ! 0 The Florala Tri-City CBall those who came .__ Club sponsored a turkey shoot participated and we of till Meeting Saturday, December 18 at Club would certainly lil~,1 Florala High School. The to know how much/~l I /il , The Christmas meeting of i'i~i$ : : following is a list of winners appreciate your help i~l ~ ~ December 18: Della Burkett. forward to a successful A~l the Study Club was held from the drawing held on efforts. We are Io4l December 8 at the lakeside and David Willis. to visit or join our club..~[I home of Mrs. C. N. Matthews. Letha Lindsey, Vicki Kimbril Year and welcome new C~. l Her lovely home was made The winners of turkeys from The next meeting will[l J more beautiful with Christmas , ... ,l~r. 61~ J~rL [[r~l| the turkey shoot were: Billy Monday, January 6 at 7 l~l ~l ~ /0/ ~ decorations, putting the six- j W Davis, Brian Smith, Jerry at the Rescue Squad tr~l ,. o teen regular members, one Coon, Bill Martin, Junior located behind the Ba~l t ,~. 0o associal;e member and three Smith and James Smith. Florala. a guests in a festive mood as 0 ~es e$t This event was enjoyable to byCaroIBoyil~l l ~ they entered. ' $ident, called the meeting to guests sang, "Alabama". XC ~ e OWe After the business session Mrs. C. H. Wallis, program Marcia June Jones became After the wedding, a chairman for that meeting, the bride of Wilbur A. West on reception was held in honor of [[ o~~e~o ~ presented a program onSaturday, November 27, at the bride and groom. The ~~ "What's new in Christmas 7:30 in the afternoon at the wedding cake and punch was decorations and wrappings?" Opp Church of Christ. served by Miss Dabble ~---~~--- ~ She statedthat"What'snew -'lZhe Reverend Raymond McMinn and Mrs. Donna is an old fashioned - do it Elliott performed the double Jones. yourself Christmas', and what ring ceremony. Organ music The bride chose a street better way could one show love - Personals - than to take time and make was provided by Steve Pierce. length dress of rust ~ersey with decorations yourself. Only The bride is the daughter of brown accessories, as her Mr. Rudy D. and Mrs. Minnie going away dress. handmade ornaments deco- Lee Jones of app. The groom The couple are making their Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Senn rated the tree, making it one of is the son of Mr. and Mrs. home in Tuscaloosa, whe're of Miami, Florida, is spending . . ... ISS DAVIDSON the most unusual and beautiful John F. West of Florala. both are working and the holidays with her sister, trees ever seen. Under the tree The bride, given in marriage attending school., Mrs. Rebecca Scarbrough. were attractively wrapped by her parents, and escorted packages, some decorated, by her father, was lovely in a Mrs. Juanita Radford is others personalized by using candlelight satin gown over- spending Christmas week With names, and all. with "stand- laid by chantilly lace. Her PERSONALS rqr and Mrs" O" S" Burke' Jr" D d C ~ uP" bws' which Mrs" Willis wedding gwn featured r" " ........ " and family in Marion. avI son - O emon demonstrated how to make - ganza sleeves and an elbow pinecone and nut wreaths, a length veil of bridal illusion. Mrs. Irene Moore is Mr. andMrs. MaxRichburg ddi g Pl d "wreath of cheer" made from W styrofoam balls covered with The church was decorated spending the Christmas holm- with white and fushia da" s in Lake Charles and daughter, Miss Rachel e n o n n e bright material, and other gladiolus, and accented with Louisiana with Mr and Mrs Riehburg, of-Alexandria, " s ' Virginia, will spend the hand made decorations were holidays with their parents, Rev. and Mrs, James BuelDavidson to Rev. Ralph Cole- displayed, ivy. _ Nolan Moore and family. The social hour followed the Mrs. Dale Garrett at Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ganey and Davidson of DeFuniak Springs man, Jr., son of Mrs. Ralph program carrying out theCrestview, Florida, served the Mrs. Christine Vann had as Mrs. Vivian Richburg. announce the engagement and Coleman, Sr. and the late approaching marriage of their Ralph Coleman, St. of Atmore, Christmas theme - delicious bride as matron of honor. Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman daughter, Margaret Elizabeth Alabama. cookies and coffee were Bridesmaids were Jean Jones T.C. Greene, Mrs. Kenny Ausley and daughters Sharon, .... ~ " ~':" ' -, ....... , ......... =erred. Mrs. Catherine Rod- ~fid ~Nanette Jones, both Lindsley and son, Allan of Wbll"" resid~'d Over the coffee all;tees of the Ibride;' Beratta~ Newberry, Florida; Mr. and J ~icy:i~rrr~nant insuranceI and Nancy of of Montgomery, -. '. P .... service. It was an enjoyable Gomllhon of Florala, and Mrs. Rayha"dnd Hooten and I I~~nlsceumolate cash ~lu4 and Mr. "and Mrs. Kenneth afternoon. Dabble McMinn of Crestview, Misses Dabble and Martha [ ~ter be used as cash or colk JOY S d Florida. Hooten of Perry, Georgia; Mr. [ remiurr thepolicylilh Ward and sons, Jason and un ay Keith of Gulfport, Mississippi, The bridesmaids wore floor and Mrs. M. G. Ore of Panama I ~" Since term does not m cue will spend Christmas with length gowns of burgandy with City, Florida; Mrs. Mary | ~de ch~ar in the their mother, Mrs. Easter Mac 9 each carrying a single pink Hooten and Joe Hooten, and | ~ long run and when po=Mbh wa,~ on 1%'oo" Meets Its A Girl! honorCarnatin'carriedThea bouquetmatrn off allMr" and Mrs. Ralph Hooten,of Florala. should bamad, to convert ittopermanantinsurance. pink carnations with burgandy The J.O.Y. Sunday School freshments consisting of an Mr. and Mrs, Det'ry ribbon streamers. Class of the First Baptist attractive plate of Christmas Brasweli announce the arrival John West, father of the Church met Tuesday night, salad served with saltines and of a baby daughter, Joanna groom, served his son as best NOTICE December 7, at the lovely assorted hors d" oeuvres. Irene. The young lady was man. Ushers were Mack The Flat.In Telephone Company, Inc., Florala, Alabanua hat filed with the Federal Government s home of Mrs. Honnie Jackson Tasty homebaked cookies and born on December 14 and Moses of Nicevil|e, Florida, Compliance Assurance in which It assures the Rural Electrification Administration that It will com~ly :~ with Mrs. Jewel Powell as gaily decorated candy canes weighed in at seven pounds. Steve Garrett of Crestview, fullywtth all requirements Of Title VI of the Civil Rights Acts of 1964 and the Rules and Ragulatitms 1 of the Departtaent of Agriculture I~ssued thereunder, to the end that no person .in the United States ! co-hostess, completed this cheery holiday Proud grandparents ai'e Mr.Florida,Roland Jones of shall, on the ground of .... color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefit a of, or be otherwise eubjected to discriminstton in the conduct of ire program and the -~, The home was decorated for treat, all served up with and Mrs. Woodrow Brasweil Brantley and Robert Jones of operation of its facilities. Under this Aesurance, this organization is committed not to discriminate ~ Christmas with a beautifully steaming spiced punch to the and Mr.andMrs.H. C. Opp, Alabama, both brothersagainst any person on the ground of race, color or national origin in its policies and practices relating decorated Christmas tree and twenty ladies attending. Russell. of the bride, to tappllcatione for service Or any other policiea trod l~'actices relating to treatmertt of her~eftciarieS and participants Including rates, conditions and extension of service, use of any of its facilities, at* burqing candles. Mrs. Jones, mother of the tondance at any participation In any meetings of beneficiaries and participants or the exercise of ~Y The President, Mrs. Rbon- bride, chose for her daughter's rights of eueh beneftciarlee and participants in the conducts of the operations of this organization. alda Lancaster, called the wedding a gown of peacock Any pereon who halley.as himself, or any apecific class of individuals, to ba subjected by this organization to discrimination prohibited by Title VI of the Act mad the Rules and Regulations issued meeting to order and Mrs. Prize Winnin blue, accented with a white th .... rider may, by himself or a representative, file with the S .... tary of Agriculture, the Rural Alice Flournoy led in prayer, corsage. Mrs. West, mother of Electrification Admlniatratian or this Organization, or all, a written complaint. Identity of complainmats will be kept confidential except to the extent necessary to carry out the purposes of the Rulea ~d The minutes were read and the groom, chose for her son's Regulations. approved. Tl~e distribution of [[lbam ~l~ wedding, a gown of pink floral This notice is puhlithed at the direct ton of the U~aited States Department of Agriculture. Christmas baskets was the Alabama Cattlemen's Association print, with awhite corsage. only business to come before The bride's book was kept THE FLORALA TELEPHONE COMPANY, INC. the class.Miss Ethel Donaldson Rib Roast by Mrs. Doris Moses, sisterof Prime ,,o bride. By: J. H. Vaughan, President opened the program session I'Sove~neY"~ss'mo'et~se| with prayer. Mrs. Sheppie Cbrist Bowden. program chairman.For A mas Treat/ las a vac~! Gets dirt other [ introduced Miss June Mason, ' Rent the pro ! graduate of Paxton High nary, and worked three years in the Nolan Kennedy Mission UNTIL DECEMBER 3 1, CABLE T.V. i$ am i before going to Africa. She was most interesting ,and WILL BE OFFERING | carpet cleane ~-~0~, I radiant in relating h.er |a experiences on the mission I -~_~ ........ ~,*~/[ field. She said, "the field was ~ii~i:I~i?,:,~;,~.7+'~]~,%;~.~,,;i~.,%;~'~,~ The hostesses served re- JUST PAY FIRST MONTH IN ADVANCE AVAILABLE AT ] STAGGERS IGA ] -Personal- YOUR I 4 Hours-S8- 8 Hours-S12 I | Overnight 15 p.m.- 9 a.m.lSlSJ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Me- | weekends 112 Noon Sat.- [ Clintock and children of I 9a.m. Mon.]'$20 I Mnrevi'le' are spending Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Henderson. ;n::p)fe.ro!t~:4m~ ~r~w,~t!3~r;s~a~bo~tl~lt !oiti:~:n~ri~k'm t~P~nt~w?eSesti I ] I I I I III ]~ (.525F.) to desired degree of doneness. The meat thermometer will WISHES EVERY ONE Singer Sewing Machines register 140F. for rare; 160F. for medium; 170F. for well done. For a 4- to 0-pound roast, allow 26 to 32 minutes per pound for rare, .34 to 38 minutes for medium and 40 to 42 minutes for well done. and Vaceum Cleaners. For a 6- to 8-pound roast, allow 2:3 to 25 minutes per pound for rare, 27 to 80 for medium and 32 to .55 for well done. For easier carving, Sales and Service. allow roast to "stand" in a warm place 15 to 20 minutes after removal from oven. Since roasts usually continue to cook after removal from oven, it is best to remove them when thermometer registers about New and Used. $'F. below the temperature of aloneness desired. Before carving roast, remove strings; with a sharp knife, remove backbone and feather For service or information, call or visit bones from roast. " To make carving easier, have retailer loosen back (chine) bone Paxton Fabrics, 834-2922, or write by sawing across ribs. and tie roast. P. O. Box 1101, Paxton, Florida 32538 Presented By The Singer Company Alabama Cattlemen's Association Alabama CowBelles