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10A . Ip AnnWmt &ar Sunday, Jan. 11, 1976. Area obituaries MRS. MATTIE LOU FRANCE Mrs. Mattie Loy France. 86, f 818 W. 17th St . Annlston. died Friday at University Hnsnital in Rirminaham Services will be Monday at" 2 p.m. at Smith Metropolitan AMK Zion Church with the Rev. Sj W. Schultz officiating. Burial will be in Eden Hill Cemetery with Erviri Funeral Home in charge. Survivors include two sisters. Mrs. Fannie Mahone of Anniston and Mrs. Mary Rose Peters of Opelika. and one brother. John Melton of Anniston Pallbearers will be Ulysses Jones. Charles, grooks. Willie Cooks. John Smith. Jean Reese and Elder Brooks. OTIS W. HIGGINBOTHAM CENTRE - Otis Wesley Higginbotham. 60. of Centre died Saturday in Atlanta after a long illness. Services will be Monday at 11 a.m. at Perry Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Frank Teal officiating. Burial will be in Cherokee Memorial (iardens. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Joe Strawn Higginbotham: four brothers, Carl W. Higginbotham of Chicago. 111.. R. B. . Higginbotham . of Gadsden,. Junis A. Higginbotham of Leesburg and John Roy Higginbotham of Detroit, Mich., and two sisters, Mrs. Juanita Gomez of Chicago, 111., and Mrs. Lois Watkins of Detroit, Mich. Pallbearers will be W. L. Roberts. Kenneth Hale. J. W. Pollard. Leonard Coker, Troy O'Neal. Ecil Chandler, Alfred Bobo and Charlie Sommers. Mr. Higginbotham was a native of DeKalb County and a veteran of World War II. The family will receive friends today from 6-9 p.m. LAWRENCE E. FULLER CENTRE - Lawrence Edward Fuller. 64. df Gadsden died Thursday at his residence after a short illness. Services will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Perry Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Joe Higginbotham officiating. Burial will be in Cherokee Memorial Gardens. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Helen Marie Fuller: a son, Lawrence Fuller of South Korea: a daughter. Mrs. Barbara Lydston of Rancho Cordova. Calif., and five grandchildren. Mrr-FulleT-was a native Cleveland, Ohio, and a retiree. .. The body will remain at the funeral home through services. MRS. HAZEL RAY CENTRE - Mrs. Hazel Ray of Centre died Saturday in a Rome. Ga.. hospital. Services will be announced by Perry Funeral Home. MRS. A. MARGARET MCDOWELL TALLADEGA - Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Anna - Me Dowel 1,-91 r of Talladega, who died Friday at Citizens Hospital, will be today at 2 p.m. at Usrey Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Charles Terry officiating. Burial will be in Pine Hill Cemetery. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Leora Green of Talladega. Mrs. Dola Mae Whitner of Florida and Mrs. Iona Williams ' of Talladega; three sons. James Ralph McDowell and O'Dell McDowell, both of Florida and Floyd McDowell of Talladega ; 17 grandchildren. 45 greatgrandchildren and seven great-great -grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Bobby Williams, Venyard Williams. Henry McDowell. Jack Dempsey. Jack Williams and Sam Willingham. Mrs. McDowell was a native of Gadsden and had lived in Talladega County for 25 years. She was a Baptist . MRS. BESSIE L. PARKER TALLADEGA - Mrs. Bessie Lou Parker. 88. of 433 N. Court St.. Talladega, died Friday at Citizens Hospital. Services will be today at 3:30 p.m. at Usrey Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. T. N. Hamby officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Survivors include two daughters. Mrs. Gladys Hall and Mrs. Doris Bowden. both of Talladega: a son. Colvin R. Parker of Talladega; eight grandchildren, six great' grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Pallbearers will be Tommy Barber. Bill Hall, Wesley Bowden. Ricky Barber. David McCarder and Dolland Willard. Mrs. Parker was a lifelong resident of Talladega County and a member of First Baptist Church. HARVEY N. CAMP Harvey N. Camp. 70, of Eastaboga died Friday at his residence after a long illness! Services wilf be today at 1 p.m. at Usrey. Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Ted Leach and Sarrell Wesson Jr. officiating. Burial will be in Eastaboga -Baptist Cemetery. Survivors-include-his-wife,- Mrs. Frances Camo: a daughter. Mrs. Beverly Butter; two sons. Harvey E. Camp and Douglas Camp, all of Eastaboga: four sisters, Mrs. Ada Graham of Talladega, Mrs. Minnie Cole and Mrs. Mae Campbell, both of Munford. and Mrs. Frances Wesson of Gadsden; a brother. Cecil Camp of Munford and six grandchildren. Mr. Camp was a native of Munford and had resided in Eastaboga for 46 years. He was a farmer, a.. member of Munford Church of Christ and Eastaboga Masonic Lodge. Pallbearers will be Dr. H. D. Campbell. Mac Cole. Blake Harris. Pervis Harmon. Merrill Sweat and C. L. Jenkins. Memorial contributions may be made to Craig Memorial Methodist Church. Eastaboga, or to Munford Church of Christ. MRS. AMMIE B. CHANDLER Mrs. Ammie B. Chandler, 88, .of 101 W. 19th St., Anniston, died Friday at Regional Medical Center after a short illness. Services will be today at 2 p.m. at Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church with Elder Lewis Norton and Elder J. M. Daugherty officiating. Burial will be in Anniston Memorial (iardens with Gray Brown-Service Mortuary in charge. Survivors include a son, Lewis E. Chandler of Anniston; two grandchildren and .two great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Lamar Chandler. Raymond Chandler, Billy Malcolm. Grover Batson, Cecil Vaughn and Stevie Bridges. Mrs. Chandler was a lifelong resident of Calhoun County and a mfember of Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church. The body will remain at the funeral -home until one hour prior to services. W WERNER J. PORITZ Werner J. Poritz, 76. of D-6 Terrace Homes. Bynum. died Saturday at Regional Medical Center after a short illness. Memorial contributions may be made to the Heart Fund. Services will be announced by Gray Brown-Service Mortuary. SUSAN PHILLIPS Susan Danielle Phillips. 1, of Anniston. Rt. 3. died Saturday at Regional Medical Center after a short illness. Services will be Monday at 2 p.m. at the Foursquare Church with the Rev. Edgar P. Davis Jr. officiating. Burial will be in Anniston Memorial Gardens with Gray Brown-Service Mortuary in charge .., Survivors include her Barents. Mr.-and Mrsr Darrell Phillips of Anniston; grandparents. Mrs. Bobby Milam of Anniston and Mrs. Evelyn Shepherd of Anniston. Pallbearers will be Anthony Vincent. Jerry Wayne JJicksonL Douglas Hayes and Robert Hayes. The body will lie in state at the residence of Mrs. Bobby Milam. 1812 Parkwood Drive. Anniston. until time of services. MRS. CARRIE SMITH Mrs. Carrie Mae Smith, 45, of Ohatchee. died Saturday at Stringfellow Hospital after a short illness. Services will be announced by Williams Funeral Home. MRS. IDA MCCLURKINj Services for Mrs. Ida Jewell McCIurkin. 70. of DeArmanville were Saturday at 2 p.m. at Gray Brown-Service Chapel with -burial in DeArmanville Cemetery. Mrs. McCIurkin died Friday at Regional Medical Center after a short illness. Survivors include a daughter. Mrs. Sara Graham of Freeholt, N. J.; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth J. Neville of Talladega and Mrs. Evelyn Fincher and Mrs. Theodsia Wake.field. both of N. Hollywood. Calif.; a brother, John Newell of Columbia, Tenn., and two grandchildren. Mrs. McCIurkin lived in Calhoun County all her life and was a member of the DeArmanville United Methodist Church. THOMAS F. BENTLEY HEFLIN - Services for Thomas Franklin Bentley, 46, of Heflm. Rt. 1. were to be today at 2 p.m. at the Pinetucky Baptist Church with the Rev. Stanley Smith, the Rev. Harold Blanton and the Rev. Edgar , Davis officiating. Burial was to be in the adjoining cemetery with Dryden Funeral Home in charge. Mr. Bentley died Friday at Regional Medical Center after a short illness. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Jim Nell Bentley of Heflin; three daughters, Mrs. Linda East. Helen Louise Bentley and Paulette Bentley. :ill of Heflin: two sons. Gayland Bentley of Bowdon. Ga.. and Joseph Michael Bentlev of Heflin; his mother, Mrs. Mary "Look Back Jan. 11, 1926 A musical extravaganza in four parts is to be presented tomorrow night at the high school auditorium by the Birmingham-Southern Glee Club under the auspices of the PTA. " , Jan. 11, 19S1 Mr. and Mrs. John B. LaGarde left today for Sarasota, Fla.x where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter" Kirkland. p.m. at the Mental Health Center. The program will be Signs and Symptoms of Physical and Emotional Abuse of the Aged and Young.'' ALEXANDRIA SPORTSMEN CLUB will meet at 7 p.m. at the school gym. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, 18th Street and Dooley Ave., will have a singing at 1 p.m. featuring the Florida Spiritualaires of St. Petersburg. Fla.. the Spiritual Twilights of Lincville. and the Gabrielaires and the Southern Travelers-of Anniston. , BLANKETS ! 100 Polyester, Assorted Solid Colors. FULL-SIZED SALE! : $099 ; Reg. $4.88 Shower II Table Curtains IJl Reg. 1.99 to 2.39. Colon S Patterns. I V $l66ea I jl ea. I . Wamsutta's ROSE PATTERN TWIN $2" FULL : .$3" QUEEN : $593 KING 57S9 REG. CASES '2SV KING CASES s2"Pr. I T 1 lb " St" L r ; "State Pride" ) SHEET ! BLANKETS 7 First Quality in Blue, White, and Yellow, tits twin and lull. J) " 7 V Save Over S? UP.! DURING KITCHIN'S WHITESALE! Ott off makers' prices ODD GROUPS TOWEL SALE Bath .99&sl23 :' Hand...... 49 Wash .. 4h,99: u . $ i uu rr-ryc .. vtor i is 801 WilmerAve. (Caltndar Ittmi art publlilml without cost ! public Hrvlco, usually on Sunday ttwn plcktd up and publlihad Itio day boloro and tno day of tho tvont. Itoms tor ttio calondar must roach tho Star's newsroom, by pnono or mail, no lator than t p.m. Saturday lor Sunday publication.) CALHOUN COUNTY COIN CLUB will meet at 7:30 p.m. at 1229 Wilmer Ave. , - OXFORD HIGH BAND BOOSTERS Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the bandroom. The executive board will meet at 6:30 p.m. NORTHSIDE PARENTS CLUB will meet at 7 p.m. at the club. TODAY WELLBORN CHRISTAIN CHURCH will have a groundbreaking ceremony at 3 p.m. on the church property off Deupree Lane in Wellborn Community. Elder Clark Screws, of the Legrand Avenue Church of Christ will be the speaker. FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH near Jacksonville will have a singing at 2 p.m. with the Watson Family from ' Gardendale and other guests. FOURSQUARE CHURCH will have a dedication ceremony , at 11 a.m. The Rev. Glenn C. Burris, Southeastern District supervisor of Foursquare Churches will be the guest speaker. RUHAMA BAPTIST CHURCH will have a singing at 2:30 p.m. with the Saks Quartet as guests. MURRAY TEMPLE CHRISTIAN Methodist Episcopal Church will observe their annual Stewards Day in the . regular 10:55 morning worship services. JACKSONVILLE CHURCH of God will have a singing at 1:30 p.m.' with Bill Cobb Choir and other local singers as guests. MANNING'S CHAPEL CHURCH will have a singing at 2 p.m. with the Sunlighters of Alexander City as guests. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH will have a planning meeting for all Snow Creek District crusaders and counselors at 3 p.m. The Rev. C. C. Garrett is pastor. FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH, 3 miles south of Jacksonville, will have a gospel singing at 2 p.m. featuring the Watson Family from Gardendale. the Spiritualaires and the Killingsworth Family. MONDAY LADIES PRAYER CIRCLE will meet at 7 p.m. at Emmanuel Holiness Church. 22nd and McKleroy. CALHOUN-CLEBURNE NURSES Society will meet at 7 ' CEDAR SPRINGS SPORTSMEN CLUB Will meet at 7 p.m. at the high school. WELLBORN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, Ladies Auxiliary, will meet at 7 p.m. at the school. ANNISTON CIVITAN CLUB will meet at 12:15 p.m. at the - YMCA. William Coon of Honeycutt and Co. will speak on "Property Reassessment." JACKSONVILLE HERITAGE ASSOCIATION will meet at 7 :I0 p.m. on the eleventh floor of theHouston Cole Library ul Jacksonville, TUESDAY WEAVER BAND BOOSTERS will meet at 7 p.m. in the bandroom. ALEXANDRIA MASONIC LODE 208 will meet at 7 p.m. at the lodge hall. ANNISTON ROTARY CLUB will meet at 12:30 p.m. at the YMCA. Sen. Sid McDonald of Arab (Marshall County) will speak on the Alabama Legislature. ANNISTON EXCHANGE CLUB will meet at noon at the YMCA. Carl Cheatham, city manager, will be guest speaker. PILOT CLUB OF ANNISTON will have a business meeting at 7.30 p.m. in the cancer room at the radio building. The board will meet at 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY ANNISTON DUPLICATE BRIDGE Club will meet at 7 p.m. at Anniston Federal Savings and Loan at 901 Quintard Ave. For information call Minnie Jarvis at 236-3349. Bentley of Heflin: a sister. Mrs. Betty Dunson of Tallahassee. Ha.: two brothers. Calvin Bentley of Houston. Tex., and Robert Bentley of Heflin and two grandchildren. Pallbearers were to be James Dickson. Danny Allen, Joey Allen. Wayne Bentley, Edward Rcntlev and Bobbv Tavlor. Mr. bentley was a native and lifelong resident of Cleburne County. He was employed by Williams Construction Co. of Anniston for. the past seven years. The body will remain at the funeral home until one hour prior to services. CHAPTER 353, National Association of Retired Federal Employes, will meet at 11:30 a.m. at the Battlehouse Cafeteria. ALABAMA POWER COMPANY will begin a workshop on Ostomy Care: Where the Action Is" at 9 a.m. in the auditorium for RN's, LPN's and nursing students. FRIDAY PROFILE BAPTIST CHURCH in Jacksonville will have a singing at 7 p.m. with the Murphy Brothers and Mary and others as guests. THE COUNCIL ON AGING will sponsor a public information meeting at 10 a.m. at the Alabama Power Company auditorium. Melissa Farris, education and information specialist of the Department Of Consumer Protection in Montgomery, will be guest speaker. GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF CALHOUN COUNTY ANNISTON, ALABAMA f dim wmmmmmmmm 1 f) OFFICERS m H. R. BURNHAM j PRESIDENT W. W000R0WTRUITTJR. fflk) EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT 17 II I YA GERALD H. POWELL VI VICE PRESIDENT Iffl THOMAS H. McKAY SECRETARY-TREASURER v . MRS. SUE BAKER ASSISTANT SECRETARY-TREASURER VJJ AND OPERATIONS OFFICER m DIRECTORS H.R. BURNHAM Vj THOMAS H. McKAY YA GEORGE W. GIBBINS (A IRA M. HILL i S. DAVID BOOZER kVj GERALD H. POWELL JV GRAYD0N H. GENGE gl UyUARANTY yl jjjEDERAL Ravings (gondiUon After The Close Of Business December 31 , 1 975 ASSETS First Mortgage Loans and Other Liens On Real Estate All Other Loans Cash on Hand and in Banks nvestments & Securities fixed Assets Less Depreciation Deferred Charges and Other Assets Total Assets $9,815,729.92 213,337.47 35,941.03 1,181,798.75 . 60,936.43 107,404.70 $11,415J48J0, LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH Savings Accounts $10,001,351.67 Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank 1 ,200,000.00 Other Liabilities 14,326.42 General Reserves 107,800.00 Surplus 91,670,21 Total Liabilities and Net Worth SI 1,41 4,1 48.30 AND 10AN A1S0OATI0M i;1 CAtNOUN COUNTY A avlkiuf a: lilvthlHSIIff ANNUTOH AUIMUM70I I, W. Woodrow Truitt, Jr., Executive Vice President of the above-named association do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge, and belief. W. Woodrow Truitt, Jr. Executive Vice President ?"t fflESGfUE u ,

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