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By Charlotte Blasingame who will be occasionally writing this column, if you have any suggestions or input let her know please at 334-276-9038.

Published January 15, 1975 in The LaFayette Sun County Board discusses sites for Vocational School
Two possible sites for the proposed Chambers County Vocational High School were presented to the Chambers County School Board Friday December 20, 1974.

The sites were presented by representatives of the Valley Chamber of Commerce, one being on property adjacent to the Southern Union State Junior College on Langdale- Huguley Road and the second near the proposed City of Lanett Industrial Park. A third site for the school has been proposed near the new LaFayette By-pass.

Vince McDonald, who was spokesman for the chamber of Commerce group asked that the school board take into consideration the population centers of the county before making the final decision.
He pointed out that the most students who would participate in the vocational school would come from the Valley area.

The Carnation Club held its Annual Christmas Affair in the home of Mrs. Carrie E. Brooks.
A delicious turkey dinner was served with all the trimmings. The dining room was covered with a lovely red table cloth with lace.

Gifts were exchanged by the club sisters and friends. The group socialized for about an hour then dismissed. it was certainly a treat to get to chat with one of our instructors, one of our very own, Miss Effie Wheat.

She was an instructor at Alabama State University, Montgomery, before retiring. I must say she was as lovely and entertaining as ever.

Those present were: Mesdames Thelma Silmon, Ruth C. Finley, Queen Rea, Earlie Magby, Pauline Trammell,Willie Finley, Annie R. Thomas, Mary L. Freeman, Patty Brock, Susie W. Brooks, Marie Cole,Carrie Trimble, Saie B. Lawson, Cora Fredrick, Dell Blount, Sue B. Brock, Ada F. White, Lillie Flakes,and Misses Avery.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leverett and son Lauren of Lilburn, Georgia spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Leverett.

Notice
We Would like to announce the sale of our business and accounts to Mr. Olin Scott and to express our sincere appreciation to our customers for their loyalty and friendship over the past years.
It has been a pleasure to serve you.

Our wishes go to the new owner.

It is our hope that you will shop with him.

Margaret & Milton Cooper- Cooper’s Fashion Shop