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2A — THE DAILY HOME, Talladega and St. Clair counties, Ala., Sunday, February 23, 2014

Decades of tradition at Griffin’s

Daves identifies chamber’s top priorities By CHRIS NORWOOD Home staff writer

Greater Talladega Area Chamber of Commerce executive director Jason Daves has identified four top priorities for the year: partnering for improved education, communicating with chamber members, thinking regionally and preparing for the economic impact of the Civilian Marksmanship Program. “The biggest thing, if I had to name the number one priority, would be to build a bridge between the schools and the business community,” Daves said. “The community needs a greater ownership of the School System.” The recent donation of $2,000 each from the Talladega City Council, First National Bank and Citizens Baptist Medical Center toward a nationwide search for the next superintendent of the Board of Education is a first step in this direction,” he said. “This is a critical time for the School System. Like I told the board, we are not educators and don’t pretend to be. But we do want to be there for the board in whatever way we can be.” He said that “to us, as a chamber, a strong education system is the key to trying to attract new businesses. We want to do a better job building

that bridge and getting the community behind them. We’ve seen our School System getting better over the last few years, and we want to see that continue, until we can say our system is the best, whether we’re talking about a three county or five county area, or in the whole state of Alabama. Education not only has a huge impact on business, but is also very important to real estate. People want to buy homes near the best schools, and even if they don’t have children, that helps increase the value of their property. So our top priority will be focusing on city education. Without that, we’re really limited in what else we can do.” As for the second priority, Daves said the weekly chamber newsletters will continue, with perhaps a monthly survey added. “We want to hear from our members,” he said. “We had some business development classes last year, but the attendance was not what we hoped. We had a class reporting, which I thought would be pretty important, and we had two businesses from Calhoun County and one from Talladega that signed up. So we need to do a better job finding out what they want. Lots of people write checks for their chamber membership and then don’t think about it anymore, but we really need their input.

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By LAURA NATION-ATCHISON Home Lifestyles editor

Talladega Chamber executive director Jason Daves says his number one priority for the year is building a bridge between the School System and the business community.

We want to let them know they have a voice, but we can’t help them if we don’t know what they need.” In addition to Talladega, the chamber also covers Lincoln, Munford and the unincorporated areas in between, so regional thinking comes with the position. But Daves said he wants to expand beyond that, also. “The cities with the most success always have a regional mind set,” he said. We need to think about Talladega County as a whole and even into Calhoun County. When Lincoln gets a new business, that’s good for Talladega, also.” This line of thought ends in the development of the CMP, and the preparations for it’s opening. “The CMP is going to be drawing thousands of people per day for days at a time for national shooting events,” he said. “We have to look at developing a solid hotel base, among other things. We have to be prepared if we don’t want to be losing to Anniston, Oxford and Birmingham.

608 Battle St., East Talladega (256) 362-0741

The trick is, and I don’t know what the answer to this is, but we need to find the chains that are already established in Anniston or Birmingham, that already have loyal clients, and entice them to set up shop here. That’s the million dollar question.”

Tradition, quality, style and variety are just a few of the words that come to mind when you visit one of Griffin’s Jewelers locations. There are decades of experience, along with personal attention and design service to name a few more. The Griffin family has been in the fine jewelry business for 64 years, and opened their first store on Talladega’s downtown square. Now there are Griffin’s stores not only in Talladega, but also in Sylacauga, Pell City, Anniston, Jacksonville and Guntersville that all follow the Griffin’s tradition that began in 1950. Millard Griffin started the Griffin’s legacy, and

now the stores are owned and operated by his son, Travis Griffin. And just as Millard Griffin’s wife, Sara, worked in the business, their daughter-in-law, Becky Griffin, does the same. One of Griffin’s many traditions is providing selection and service for brides and bridegrooms to be, with an across the board approach to helping families with one of life’s most special occasions. From choosing the rings to selecting formal and casual dinnerware and silver and flatware, even to coordinating the wedding ceremony and catering, there are three certified bridal consultants with Griffin’s to offer ideas and guidance. Wedding bands and

Daves said preparing for the CMP, which is supposed to open in 2015, See Griffin’s, Page 3 will be a “huge challenge. I don’t think people realize the huge amount of dirt that has already been moved for this. I think a lot of people are hesitant to see this as a reality. I think maybe the TOP Trails Park isn’t coming along as quickly as people expected, and that may have left some people with a bad taste in their mouths. But they’re not the same. ... CMP is moving forward faster. There’s no question of if, it’s a question of when.” The chamber will also be involved in some of the traLaura Nation-Atchison/The Daily Home ditional activities, including April in Talladega, which will be the weekend Jewelry designs from Arthur Court are distincof April 11 and 12 this year. tive in their finishes and detail.

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engagement rings are designed for all tastes and preferences, in all available metals and gem cuts and Griffin’s also offers its in-house designers to provide one-of-a-kind settings and stones. Brides may choose a setting from dozens of those on display, and then select the stone they prefer to complete the ring, said Becky Griffin, one of Griffin’s certified bridal consultants. “We try and get to know our brides and families and that helps us to assist them in making their choices,” she said. “It’s important for us to provide all the information that they need to choose the designs and stones that they want.” While white diamonds remain popular, the offerings in chocolate and yellow diamonds have gained in popularity through the years, Becky Griffin said. These gems, along with many others, are among the stones offered in Griffin’s other fine jewelry selections, whether it’s traditional “dinner rings” and other accent pieces such as pendants, bracelets, earrings or pins. Diamonds are always a favorite, and another long standing jewelry tradition is pearls, which are as varied in size and color as diamonds are, Griffin said. “You just can’t go wrong with pearls, they are always in style, and always will be,” she said. Whether they’re of a pink or beige tone, white or any of the other shades pearls are available in, wearing pearls adds glamour to any wardrobe. Pearls and diamonds both have such broad offerings in size, shape and color that there’s always a distinction to suit every occasion

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Dinnerware, flatware and glassware come in styles for all occasions and décor.

and style, Griffin said. Another standard among jewelry traditions are cameos, and Griffin’s selection includes an array of colors and sizes with carvings of intricate detail that are made as pendants and earrings, pins and broaches. Cameos come in shades of blue and beige, ivory and pink, along with other colors to suit individual preference and style. One of the latest offerings in jewelry is what’s called travel jewelry, Griffin said, which is a way to be certain important pieces of jewelry won’t be lost or possibly stolen while traveling. The reasoning behind travel jewelry is that although it can be insured, and replaced, if the piece is sentimental, travel jewelry can be taken on trips to

wear without chancing the loss of a favorite. These pieces come in any and all styles, from tennis bracelets and rings and bangles to just about any accent needed to accessorize while away from home. The metal finishes are varied, along with stones, so the choices are just as varied as with the traditional fine jewelry selections. Yet another favorite that has been such for so many generations are the cross pendants and necklaces that Griffin’s keeps in its inventory. These come in styles from delicate to dramatic, and in designs made for more casual wear to the elegant, and express individual religious affiliations. They also are made in metals from silver to golds and

in colorful acrylics, too. Griffin’s is also a specialty destination for gifts of many other kinds, these also being items that are kept through the years and for generations to come. Fine china and more casual table ware are in great demand, and Griffin’s selections cover the choices of any need or function. Many lines of table ware are now made to combine in a variety of ways, from mixing up colors and shapes to using several patterns that coordinate. “It’s is really so much fun to work with the table designs,” Griffin said. “There are so many pretty designs made and so many ways to use them.” Griffin’s also has the flat ware to work into a table setting, including both silver and stainless, and glassware to finish off a place setting with flair and functionality. There are also ample offerings of serving pieces in silver and pewter like finishes, two of the store’s most popular lines are from Arthur Court and Beatriz Ball. These are “no polish required” pieces that are made to suit every serving need, from breads and desserts to anything in-between. Watches are also on the list of traditions for Griffin’s, and now more than ever the designs are diverse for both men’s and women’s styles. From glitzy and glamorous for dress pieces to sporty and spiffy for more casual wear, Griffin’s watch cases are filled with the timepieces to please for any and all lifestyles. Griffin’s stores include full service repair for all jewelry and also in-house jewelry designers who work with customers to create their own pieces, or to recreate jewelry using stones or other elements from existing pieces of jewelry.

Four Corners Thrift Store more than a place to shop By JIM SMOTHERS

Home commentary editor

Shoppers in Talladega now have a chance to get a great deal on lightly used clothing and household items while at the same time helping some of the neediest people in the world. Four Corners Ministries currently operates two thrift stores in Alabama and is building a center in Uganda for some of the many orphans in need of help in that country. Four Corners Ministries marked its 10th anniversary last year. Founded by two men from Wadley, Paul Wilson and Jimmy Sprayberry, ministry is focused on sharing the love of Christ in South Sudan and Uganda through a multi-faceted approach. In addition to the orphanage, work is being done to provide an education for leaders in the region, open up markets for hand-crafted jewelry and handbags and address problems with access to water. Bi-vocational pastor Tripp Skipper currently serves as president of the ministry. The Four Corners Thrift Store in Talladega’s Northgate Plaza on Alabama 77 opened last year. Jeannene Keet manages operations of both the Talladega store and the FCM’s original store in Roanoke, with five employees at the Talladega

store. First-time customers are typically pleasantly surprised when they visit the store. Store associate Carolyn Abernathy said employees take pride in keeping the store neat and clean, and they are very picky about what goes on the floor for sale. “If a piece of clothing has a stain on it, or a button missing, we don’t put it out,” she said. “It almost looks more like a consignment shop than a thrift store. Everyone has been pleased with the buys they get and the quality of the merchandise.” “Some of our donations come to us from a consignment shop,” Keet said. “It’s good shopping for the community and it’s good for the ministry.” Pricing on clothing items typically ranges from 99 cents to $6.99. Every week there is something on sale for half price, and the store even has a reward program. When a customer spends $50, he or she gets $6 off the next purchase. There is no time limit, and the store keeps up with the spending level. Sometimes the store gets unexpected donations of overstocked new merchandise. The last pair of new Georgia brand boots was recently sold for $39.99. They retail for over $100 a pair. New items are

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put on the floor every day, and some customers browse the aisles just about every day to see what they might find. As a non-profit ministry, it’s also good for those who have new or gently used items they want to donate at the store. Books, CDs, DVDs, clothing, electronics, housewares, seasonal items and shoes are welcome, and receipts are given for donors who need them for a break on their income tax. The stores have some new furniture for sale, and they also have some of the jewelry and handbags made by women in Uganda. Part of the ministry is in offering work opportunities. Necklaces, bracelets and earrings are made, many of them using handmade beads. The beads are typically crafted from colorful paper, something you wouldn’t guess by looking at them. A banner over the checkout counter explains the ministry’s mission —

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to spread the Gospel of Christ by demonstrating unconditional love and by building relationships to serve orphans and families in Africa. A couple from Alabama is in Uganda now for the construction of the Abaana’s Hope village to minister to orphans. There are an estimated 60 million orphans in Africa, and three million in Uganda. Four Corners hopes to give some of them a better life. Abaana is an African word for children. Chase Barbrey of Decatur and Kimmey Barbrey, originally from Enterprise, were married just over a year ago, and are excited to begin their lives together serving in Gulu, Uganda. Four Corners also organizes trips for individuals who want to be a part of making person-to-person contact in a Christian mission setting. To learn more about the mission, visit their website at fourcorners.org, or search for Four Corners Ministries videos on YouTube.

Jim Preuitt Ford celebrates 46th year

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By JUNE WINTERS

In the top photo are store associates Carolyn Abernathy, left, Mary Taylor and store manager Jeannene Keet, right.

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Nancy Lipscomb provides skilled nursing services and Mrs. Morgan says although these services are not required by law for assisted living, Gardens of Talladega provides them to give residents and their families more security. There are three activity rooms at the facility and residents are invited to use them for family gatherings and celebrations. Utilities, cable and Internet are also furnished.

If you’re thinking about a new Ford in your future, you should head to 723 E. Battle St. in Talladega. That’s where you’ll find Jim Preuitt and his staff, and they say they are ready to help you go home with the exact car you want. Preuitt says if it’s not on the lot or in the showroom, they can get it for you right away. He says he is proud to be associated with Ford Motors, a leader in the car sales market and truck sales for over 30 years. Preuitt has been in this same location since 1968, and in the same building since 1977. He became a Ford dealer in 1999 and before that he sold new Chryslers, GMC’s, Cadillac’s and Oldsmobiles. Bruce Brewer is sales manager, working with a staff of six salesmen. Jim Preuitt’s career in the new car sales started in 1962 when he joined a relative in his hometown of

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In the right photo, Keet displays handmade Ugandan jewelry.

Gardens of Talladega good alternative for seniors

By JUNE WINTERS

Special to The Daily Home

If you drive to 130 Season’s Way, you’ll find a bright yellow house trimmed in white, with swings and rocking chairs on the front porch, you’ll know you have arrived at the Gardens of Talladega. This is home to 32 seniors, some independent and some requiring assistance. Another part of the facility is located to the rear, at 150 Season’s Way. Owned

and

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ated by Great Oaks Management L.L. C. of Montgomery, Sandra C. Morgan, A.L.A., is administrator, and there are 30 apartments and two suites. Each resident has a nice living area, with large closet, bath and shower. Residents of Gardens of Talladega enjoy three hot, home cooked meals each day, plus morning and afternoon snacks. Activities director Teresa Wideman keeps the residents’ calendars filled with activities such

as games, crafts, puzzles, social gatherings and special outings. A garden is planned for the spring and residents will be encouraged to participate in its planting, care and harvesting. One evening each week is “Movie Night,” complete with dinner and popcorn, and Sunday is devoted to worship and Bible study. Two more Bible study periods are available during the week. All mail, papers and magazines are delivered

to each resident, and an on-site beautician is available weekly. A podiatrist visits the facility every two months, and there’s a medical director on call at all times. Residents are provided with full laundry service, which includes freshly pressed garments, and rooms are cleaned weekly. The entire staff of Gardens of Talladega is trained in CPR and is “disaster trained,” which includes fire drills once a month.

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Here For You In Years Past and Many Years To Come... Founded in 1848 by Major James Isbell in the “Counting Room” of a mercantile store, The First National Bank of Talladega remains the oldest continuously operating bank in the State of Alabama. To this day, the bank serves Talladega and its surrounding counties as its primary trade area. Our principles also remain the same – We are committed to providing exceptional customer service and satisfaction, and we are devoted to supporting our communities, both as a business and as individual employees. FNB is a full-service bank that offers checking and savings accounts, loans and investment services customized to fit your unique financial needs.

120 E. North Street Talladega (256) 362-2334

Visit us online for more information www.fnbtalladega.com

Lincoln Office

44388 Highway 21 • (256) 358-9000

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44743 U.S. Hwy. 78 • (205) 763-7763

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BUSINESSES... from decades past to decades to come. Each year brings new opportunities for continuing growth and progress. These businesses in The Daily Home coverage area have shaped our communities' future. Read about them here...

Over 160 Years 71-80 Years 61-70 Years 41-50 Years 31-40 Years 31-40 Years 21-30 Years 21-30 Years 21-30 Years 16-20 Years 11-15 Years 6-10 Years The Daily Home Talladega (256) 362-1000 Sylacauga (256) 249-4311 Pell City (205) 884-3400 www.dailyhome.com First National Bank of Talladega Since 1848 120 East N.rth St. Talladega Office (256) 362-2334 Lincoln Office (205) 763-7763 Munford Office (256) 358-9000 101-135 years

101-135 Years

Alabama Bag Company PO Box 576 Talladega (256) 362-4921 Aliant Bank 1930 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-3500 Kilgroe Funeral Home Since 1908 2219 2nd Ave. N Pell City (205) 338-3341 Wright-Sprayberry Insurance LLC Sylacauga 106 North Broadway Ave. 256-249-0302 Childersburg 1009 1st St. SW. 256-378-6306

91-100 Years

91-100 years

Citizens BMC 604 Stone Ave. Talladega (256) 362-8111 Standard Furniture 200 Battle St. W. Talladega (256) 362-2330 Craddock Health Center 209 W Spring St. Suite #200 Sylacauga (256) 249-1100 81 TO 90 YRS

81-90 Years

Usrey Brown-Service Funeral Home 516 North St. Talladega (256) 362-2344 21271 Hwy 231 N. Pell City (205) 338-0303 www.usreyfuneralhome.com Miller Lumber Company 308 E. Ft. Williams PO Box 134 Sylacauga (256) 245-6081 Fax (256) 245-8641 The Ark 13030 Hwy 78 Riverside (205) 338-7420 Fouts Tractor Co., Inc. 275 6th Ave. Ashville (205) 594-7000 www.foutstractor.com 71-80 Years

71-80 Years

B.B. Comer Memorial Public Library 314 Broadway Ave. N. Sylacauga (256) 249-0961

Heritage South Federal Credit Union 60 Gene Stewart Blvd & 901 Broadway Ave. N, Sylacauga www.myhscu.com American Legion Edward R. Wren Post 17 216 Welch Ave. Talladega (256) 362-9870 Coosa Valley Electric Cooperative 69220 AL Hwy 77 Talladega (256) 362-4180 HRH Metals 905 Markeeta Spur Rd Moody (205) 640-5500 Terry’s Metropolitan Mortuary 1702 W. Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-2421 Childersburg Chamber Of Commerce 805 3rd St. S.W. Childersburg (256) 378-5482 Sylacauga Chamber of Commerce 17 W Ft. Williams PO Box 185 Sylacauga (256) 249-0308 61-70 Years 61-70 Years Pell City Flower Shop 36 Comer Ave., Pell City (205) 338-2226 Talladega Electrical Service 302 East Coosa St. Talladega (256) 362-3190 Coosa Valley Medical Center 315 Hickory St. W. Sylacauga (256) 401-4000 Southfirst Bank 126 N. Norton Ave. Sylacauga (256) 245-4365 301 W. North St. Talladega (256) 362-6101 Sylacauga Housing Authority 415 West 8th St. Sylacauga (256) 249-0381 Leon Cleveland Griffin’s Jewelers 704 East Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-5282 www.griffinsjewelers.org Farmer’s Furniture 715 East Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-8662 Shocco Springs Baptist Conference Center 1314 Shocco Springs Rd. Talladega (256) 761-1100 www.shocco.org

Haynes Sewing 1008 Gurnee Ave. Anniston (256) 236-2021 51-60 Years

51-60 Years Wingfield Engineering Co., Inc. PO Box 68 110 Academy Circle Goodwater (256) 839-6339 Fax (256) 839-6390 Professional Apothecary 210 W. North St. Talladega (256) 362-8328 Pell City Housing Authority 110 32nd St. N. Pell City (205) 338-7012 McKinnon Pharmacy 8420 1st Ave. Leeds (205) 699-5195

Midway Memory Gardens 27950 AL Hwy 21 S. Talladega (256) 362-8995 “Our Family Serving Yours in Time of Need” Patterson Pharmacy 7513 Pkwy. Dr. Leeds (205) 699-5113 Pell City Chamber of Commerce 1618 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-3377 Alabama Brick 1606 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-9590 Golden Living Center 510 Wolf Creek Rd. N. Pell City (205) 338-3329

Goodgame Company 2311 3rd Ave. S. Pell City (205) 338-2551

Old Gray Barn/ Express Shipping 1910 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-2824

Murray’s Garage 1600 9th St. Leeds (205) 699-6651 www.murraysgarage.net

Johnny J. Smith & Son’s Construction Co. 2623 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-2050

Pell City Steakhouse 2401 Comer Ave. Pell City (205) 338-7714 Fort McClellan Credit Union 1731 Noble St. Anniston (256) 237-2113 Bowden Oil Co. Inc. 40865 U S Hwy 280 Sylacauga (256) 245-5611 Sherwin Williams 227 N.Broadway Ave. Sylacauga (256) 245-5325 www.sw2646@sherwin.com Pell City Heating & Cooling 331 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-2820 www.pellcityheatingandcooling pchcinc@coosahs.net 41-50 Years

41-50 Years Merle Norman Cosmetics 109 Johnson Ave. Talladega (256) 362-3232 The Smith Insurance Agency 221 W. North St. Talladega (256) 362-1200 Lineville Health & Rehabilitation, LLC 88073 Hwy 9 Lineville (256) 396-2104 Jim Preuitt Ford and other new autos 723 E. Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-6900 Sims Funeral Service 431 W. Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-0095 Clyde’s Florist 705 C Battle St. E. Talladega (256) 362-3393

St Clair Farmers Co-op Inc 210 Hardwick Rd. Pell City (205) 338-2821 Like Us on Facebook Speck’s Tire 3255 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-3722 ERA King Real Estate Co., Inc. Logan Martin Office 1160 McCaig Rd. Lincoln (205) 763-1333 Pell City Office -Opening Soon Stephens Carpet 119 Johnson Ave. Talladega (256) 362-2970 Michael’s Men’s Wear 127 West Court Square Talladega (256) 362-2631 Talladega International Tractor 35450 AL Hwy 21 Talladega (256) 362-6113 Atkinson Real Estate 535 N. Broadway Ave. Sylacauga (256) 245-6782 www.atkinsonrealestate.com State Farm Insurance Shelia Curtis, Agent 420 West Ft. Williams St. Sylacauga (256) 249-8188 Shelia.curtis.jrm9@statefarm.com www.sheliacurtis.net

Rick’s Electric 905 Crestview Rd. Talladega (256) 362-5943

Blair & Parsons 1711 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-3440

Columbus Finance 122 East Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-3600

Logan Martin Vet Clinic 1220 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 884-3412

Talladega Funeral Home Hwy 77 Talladega (256) 362-0111

Ford Meter Box Co. Inc. 815 Miles Pkwy Pell City (205) 884-4480 www.fordmeterbox.com

Designer Corner Boutique 109 Johnson Ave. Talladega (256) 362-3232

Metro Bank 800 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 884-2265

Burton’s Food Stores 5770 US Hwy 11 Springville (205) 467-7275

Tallatron, Inc. 35960 Hwy 21 Talladega (256) 761-1228 Lic. No. 187

Lakeside Hospice 4010 Masters Rd. Pell City (205) 884-1111 www.lakesidehospice.org Check us on Facebook ssmith@lakesidehospice

Mullinax Auto Sales 1430 S. Quintard Ave. Anniston (256) 835-0101 Superior Machine and Pattern Inc. 38001 AL Hwy 21 Talladega (256) 362-1385 Owner: Larry Dalton Talladega Cycle Sales 35288 Hwy 21 Talladega (256) 362-6370 City Court I Apartments 409 S. Spring St. Talladega (256) 362-7540 Dr. Khalid Khan 216 East Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-1590 Finchers Real Delite 521 East St. N. Talladega (256) 362-2174 Hindman’s Wrecker Service 66866 Hwy 77 N. Talladega (256) 362-0705 Lincoln Hardware 77 Magnolia St. Lincoln (205) 763-7660 Piggly Wiggly 320 West Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-7949 308 North East St. Talladega (256) 362-2258 1070 1st St. NW. Childersburg (256) 378-5795 Johnny’s Plumbing 117 Meleah Dr. Talladega (256) 362-2735 KFC Hwy 231 N. Pell City (205) 338-3221 Royal Foods Inc. 1904 16th Ave. S. Pell City (205) 884-1040 Bullard Mechanical Service Co. Inc. Heating & Air 840 Railroad Dr. Pell City (205) 338-4199 Birmingham (205) 838-2298 Connie Myers- State Farm Next to Pizza Hut- Pell City Serving St. Clair & surrounding counties

St Clair Land Title Co. 1711 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-3465 Stevens & Son 1604 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-9872 Comfort Experts Heating & Air Duct Cleaning 103 Sunset Strip Pell City (205) 812-6002 www.comfortexpertsair.com Pell City Animal Hospital 2718 Martin St. S. Cropwell (205) 884-4104 www.pellcityvets.com Colonial Motors 411 East St. North Talladega (256) 362-2271 colonialmotors.biz Midway Auto Parts 47815 Hwy 78 East Lincoln (205) 763-7756 Reliable Transmission 111 Broome St. Talladega (256) 761-1220

Bill Stanford Automotive 35500 Hwy 21 Talladega (256) 362-7540 Tempforce Sylacauga (256) 245-TEMP Pell City (205) 884-HELP Lineville (256) 396-1800 Anniston (256) 236-TEMP Superior Pest Control Ashland (256) 396-5016 www.superiorpestcontrolal.com Metro D. Construction 325 Stonehill Dr. Talladega (256) 362-5476 www.metrodconstruction.com Community Credit 1912 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-4433 NMLS#206219 Loan Originator#206244 Caran Wilbanks 418 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-1961

Camp Clinic Dr. Cary Camp 300 East St. North, Suite E Talladega (256) 362-2003

Pell City Gold & Pawn 760 Martin St. S. Ste. B Pell City (205) 338-6100

Talladega Office Machines 30 North Spring St. Talladega (256) 362-2883

Cropwell Small Animal Hospital 2308 Mays Dr. Pell City (205) 338-3556

Safe Guard Fire & Alarm Inc. 39610 Hwy 280 Sylacauga (256) 207-2101 Fax (256) 207-2102 Owners: Jamie Carpenter Matt Carpenter Angie Hughes Shelia Hatchett

Clark’s Insurance 106 South Court Square Talladega (256) 362-3548

Vansandt Hardware & Supply 40631 US Hwy 280 Sylacauga (256) 245-7878 A&M Clothing 115 N.Norton Ave. Sylacauga (256) 249-9620 Swen Communications Inc. 214 1st. St. W. Sylacauga (256) 245-3236

Ashley Manor 925 Ashley Dr Moody (205) 640-1449 Kell Realty 17 Court St. West Ashville (205) 594-5391 www.kellrealty.com Buddy Bowman Construction 1621 Pleasant Valley Dr Pell City (205) 338-1424 Woods Surfside Marina 37 Marina Dr Cropwell (205) 525-5533

Allen Oil Company 1215 Old Birmingham Hwy Sylacauga (256) 245-5478

J.R. Air Cooled Engine 244 Battle St. W. Talladega (256) 761-1714

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Even Odds 1019 Hwy 231 S. Cropwell (205) 525-5500

Columbus Finance 104 E. 3rd St. PO Box 335 Sylacauga (256) 249-0305

Meadowview Nursing Center 7300 Hwy 78E Pell City (205) 640-5212

21st Century Signs, Inc. 1219 Main Ave. N. Sylacauga (256) 245-9201 21stcenturysigns@bellsouth

Robinson Law Firm 1911 Martin St. S. Ste. B Pell City (205) 884-5133 www.rlflaw.net

21-30 Years

Big John’s Asphalt Paving & Seal Coating 705 22nd St. N. Pell City (205) 505-1401 lynn8458@aol.com Moore, Weisskopf & Hill, P.C. Moody Professional Building PO Box 310 2603 Moody Pkwy Moody (205) 640-2000 The Realty Pro’s Judy Chaffee 644 Crawfish Ln. Ragland (205) 531-9950 Jack’s Family Restaurants Locally owned & operated Talladega (256) 362-4761 601 Bankhead Blvd. Sylacauga (256) 249-4006 911 North Broadway Ave. Pell City (205) 338-3040 901 Martin St. North Munford (256) 358-5942 44345 AL Hwy 21 Elwood Staffing 115 North Court St., Suite A Talladega (256) 362-1953 Presbyterian Oaks Apartments 408 5th St. South Talladega (256) 362-5218 Lincoln Pharmacy 99 Magnolia St. Lincoln (205) 763-7759 AlfaJennifer Hayes 430 Battle St. West Talladega (256) 362-2002

Comer Museum & Arts Center 711 N.Broadway Ave. Sylacauga (256) 245-4016 U-Save Auto Rentals 130-B Talladega Hwy Sylacauga (256) 245-1700 Piggly Wiggly 1244 Talladega Hwy Sylacauga (256) 249-4836 1301 W Ft. Williams St. Sylacauga (256) 249-0028 Wal-Mart 41301 US Hwy 280 Sylacauga (256) 245-0356 Strickland Accounting & Tax Service 34830 US Hwy 280 Childersburg (256) 378-7733 16-20 YEARS

16-20 Years Window Creations (256) 268-5268 Owner, Trish www.blindsforless.net Interstate Freight 29 Charlie Brown Ln. Pell City (205) 338-9595 Bain & Company 1609 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-4821 Sarah Brazzolotto 1908 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-7726 X-treme Cleaning PO Box 1747 Pell City (205) 515-8088 Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant Hwy 231 S. Towne Park Plaza Pell City (205) 884-2195 KO’S Paint & Body Shop 410 S. Martin St. Pell City (205) 814-1120 Onin Staffing 45265 US Hwy 78 Lincoln (205) 763-0941 www.oninstaffing.com Like us on Facebook

Sleeping Giant Veterinary Clinic 65501 AL Hwy 77 Talladega (256) 362-8977

Campbell’s BBQ 505 Battle St. W. Talladega (256) 761-2342

Waites Tire & Service Center 310 E. Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-6632

Poor House Branch Marina 7062 Stemley Rd. Talladega (256) 268-2939

State Farm Insurance Rex Griffin 212 E. Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-2878

Head Chiropractic Center 1013 Ft. Williams Victorian Village Sylacauga (256) 245-2258

Omya ALabama Inc. 2071 Sylacauga Fayetteville Hwy Sylacauga (256) 245-1777

Blue Horizon Travel 601 S. Norton Ave. Sylacauga (256) 245-7900 Fax (256) 245-4115

Alabama Eye Clinic Dr. Joseph Schnorbus 109 Coosa St. East #A Talladega (256) 362-4872

Remax/Hometown Properties 3440 Martin St. S. Suite 17 Cropwell (205) 338-7355

Masterbrand Cabinets 101 East Pkwy. Talladega (256) 292-2230

Tony Hamlin Attorney at Law 1900 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-1875

Terry Hogge Electric 800 Shelton Shores Lincoln (205) 763-9844 S.A.F.E. Sylacauga Alliance for Family Enhancement 78 Betsy Ross Ln. PO Box 122 Sylacauga (256) 245-4343 11-15 Years

11-15 Years

Hilltop Electric 1717 1st Ave. S Pell City (205) 884-7670 Glitz & Glamour 2303 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-9050 Trammel, Harper, & Williams 1607 Martin St. S. Ste. 4 Pell City (205) 884-3444 Susan Gentry Insurance 3255 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-113 Rhodes Agency Allstate Insurance 2107 Martin St. S. Suite 102 Pell City (205) 338-0502 Preston.rhodes@allstate.com Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC 1800 Honda Dr. Lincoln, AL 35096 www.hondaalabama.com Gaither’s Florist 704 D Battle St. Talladega (256) 480-0090 BD Precision 787 HJ Bentley Jr. Pkwy. Oxford (256) 831-1965 www.bdpmi.com HDA Title Loans 1605 Martin St. S. Suite 4 Pell City (205) 338-6741 Celebrations 3005 Martin St. S. Cropwell (205) 338-4821 Logan Martin Properties 5030 Cogswell Ave. #300 Pell City (205) 405-0852 Northside Medical 70 Plaza Dr. Pell City (205) 814-9284 Brookhill Village 900 Brookhill Village Cir. Pell City (205) 814-4800

Marble City Pharmacy 264 Ft. Williams St. W Sylacauga (256) 245-4446 Rana’s 75301 Hwy 77 Lincoln (205) 763-2266 1-5 years

1-5 Years

6- 10 YEARS

6-10 Years

True Light Community Church Daycare 900 N. Main Ave. Sylacauga (256) 249-3444 Director: Nicole Hamilton Lincoln Chiropractic 47795 US Hwy 78 Lincoln (205) 763-2222

Express Pharmacy 320 W. Battle St. (Inside Piggly Wiggly) Talladega (256) 362-1120 Downey Eye Care 47795 Hwy 78 Lincoln (205) 763-2015 www.visionsource-downeyeyecare.com

1-5 Years E & S Nails Professional Nail Care 1605 Martin St. So, Ste. 3 Pell City (205) 338-7000 Es.nails@yahoo.com Huggy’s Diner at Lakeside 4606 Martin St. So Cropwell (205) 884-0158 Lakeside Boathouse 7-18th St. Pell City (205) 473-5750 keithclements1985@ hotmail.com Like us on Facebook Dr. Jewelry 243 US Hwy 11 Argo Village Trussville 205-467-0222 John Davis, Owner

Angler Recycling Comfort Care Hospice 702 E. Battle St. Talladega (256) 761-1250 Interstate Specialized 29 Charlie Brown Ln. Pell City (205) 338-9595 Strandz 1915 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 814-0116 Classic Car Wash 602 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-1322 Remax Hometown Realty Elaine Stringer 300 East St. N. Suite C Talladega (256) 480-0150 www.talladegahomes.com Triple T’s 5000 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-8896 Shute Appraisal PO Box 1195 Pell City (205) 368-7520 www.shuteappraisal.com Kelly FordRealty Exec. Complete (205) 243-7915 Specialize in waterfront home & military families VA Loans Hair Designs by Holly 1021 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-1848 Golden Rule BBQ 1700 Martin St. N. Pell City (205) 338-1443 Artistic Hair Salon & Spa 3514 Martin St. S. Ste, 104 Cropwell (205) 338-0544 Allstate Insurance Company Chad Hutchens 13260 US Hwy 411 Odenville (205) 629-3985 www.allstateagencies.com /ChadHutchens

15226 Hwy 411 Odenville (205) 629-2200 Aardwolf Termite & Pest Control 290 Lock 4 Rd. Riverside (205) 338-6615 Lakeside Package

Hearts in Hands 269 Watson Rd. Cropwell(256)558-0616 LMT #3766 reneeb202@hotmail.com Two Sisters Homestyle Café I-59 Exit 166 Hwy 231 S. Ashville (205) 594-5777

Spirits, Wine, Beer 4604 Martin St. S. Cropwell (205) 884-5253 Like us @Facebook.com/ lakeside package Harmon’s Electrical Services PO Box 466 Pell City (205) 473-5528 Image Plus 30 Comer Ave. Pell City (205) 884-0163 Great Clips 2042 Martin St. S Pell City (205) 338-6500

Realty South Angie Thomas, Realtor 109 Inverness Plaza Birmingham (205) 563-7766 angiethomas@realtysouth.com Beck First Aid & Safety, Inc. 20901 Hwy 231 Pell City (205) 982-0887 Endless Horizon Cruises Marilyn Lawson/ Cruise Specialist “No Booking Fee” (256) 268-0129 Less than 1 year

Less Than 1 Year

Big Deddy’s Wings & BBQ 385 Old Coal City Rd. Pell City (205) 884-1050 Realty Executives Complete Stephanie Hurst 1019 Martin St. S. Pell City (256)493-7441 Stephanie.Hurst1@gmail Killin Time 1506 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-0807 Salon 4 U 3315 Dr. John Haynes Dr. Pell City (205) 299-6515 LaDonna Phillips Hairstylist/Owner Trading Post Processing & Butcher Shop 225 Old Coal City Rd. Pell City (205) 338-1562

Walters Farms Weddings & Events 2405 Woods Bend Road Ragland (205) 470-9515 www.waltersfarmsweddings.com Extreme Printing & Signs 410 S. Martin St. Pell City (205) 338-9459 Village East Assisted Living 220 Kings Circle Pell City (205) 338-2221 Ev’s Rusty Rooster 1604 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 405-8624 evelyne.scott@yahoo.com Bubbles Laundromat 501 Ft. Lashley Ave. Talladega (256) 362-6008 Like us on Facebook: bubbleslaundromatdega 314873


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XX — THE DAILY HOME, Talladega and St. Clair counties, Ala., Saturday, July 5, 2010

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THE DAILY HOME, Talladega and St. Clair counties, Ala., Saturday, February 21, 2010 — XX

BUSINESSES... from decades past to decades to come. Each year brings new opportunities for continuing growth and progress. These businesses in The Daily Home coverage area have shaped our communities' future. Read about them here...

Over 160 Years 71-80 Years 61-70 Years 41-50 Years 31-40 Years 31-40 Years 21-30 Years 21-30 Years 21-30 Years 16-20 Years 11-15 Years 6-10 Years The Daily Home Talladega (256) 362-1000 Sylacauga (256) 249-4311 Pell City (205) 884-3400 www.dailyhome.com First National Bank of Talladega Since 1848 120 East N.rth St. Talladega Office (256) 362-2334 Lincoln Office (205) 763-7763 Munford Office (256) 358-9000 101-135 years

101-135 Years

Alabama Bag Company PO Box 576 Talladega (256) 362-4921 Aliant Bank 1930 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-3500 Kilgroe Funeral Home Since 1908 2219 2nd Ave. N Pell City (205) 338-3341 Wright-Sprayberry Insurance LLC Sylacauga 106 North Broadway Ave. 256-249-0302 Childersburg 1009 1st St. SW. 256-378-6306

91-100 Years

91-100 years

Citizens BMC 604 Stone Ave. Talladega (256) 362-8111 Standard Furniture 200 Battle St. W. Talladega (256) 362-2330 Craddock Health Center 209 W Spring St. Suite #200 Sylacauga (256) 249-1100 81 TO 90 YRS

81-90 Years

Usrey Brown-Service Funeral Home 516 North St. Talladega (256) 362-2344 21271 Hwy 231 N. Pell City (205) 338-0303 www.usreyfuneralhome.com Miller Lumber Company 308 E. Ft. Williams PO Box 134 Sylacauga (256) 245-6081 Fax (256) 245-8641 The Ark 13030 Hwy 78 Riverside (205) 338-7420 Fouts Tractor Co., Inc. 275 6th Ave. Ashville (205) 594-7000 www.foutstractor.com 71-80 Years

71-80 Years

B.B. Comer Memorial Public Library 314 Broadway Ave. N. Sylacauga (256) 249-0961

Heritage South Federal Credit Union 60 Gene Stewart Blvd & 901 Broadway Ave. N, Sylacauga www.myhscu.com American Legion Edward R. Wren Post 17 216 Welch Ave. Talladega (256) 362-9870 Coosa Valley Electric Cooperative 69220 AL Hwy 77 Talladega (256) 362-4180 HRH Metals 905 Markeeta Spur Rd Moody (205) 640-5500 Terry’s Metropolitan Mortuary 1702 W. Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-2421 Childersburg Chamber Of Commerce 805 3rd St. S.W. Childersburg (256) 378-5482 Sylacauga Chamber of Commerce 17 W Ft. Williams PO Box 185 Sylacauga (256) 249-0308 61-70 Years 61-70 Years Pell City Flower Shop 36 Comer Ave., Pell City (205) 338-2226 Talladega Electrical Service 302 East Coosa St. Talladega (256) 362-3190 Coosa Valley Medical Center 315 Hickory St. W. Sylacauga (256) 401-4000 Southfirst Bank 126 N. Norton Ave. Sylacauga (256) 245-4365 301 W. North St. Talladega (256) 362-6101 Sylacauga Housing Authority 415 West 8th St. Sylacauga (256) 249-0381 Leon Cleveland Griffin’s Jewelers 704 East Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-5282 www.griffinsjewelers.org Farmer’s Furniture 715 East Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-8662 Shocco Springs Baptist Conference Center 1314 Shocco Springs Rd. Talladega (256) 761-1100 www.shocco.org

Haynes Sewing 1008 Gurnee Ave. Anniston (256) 236-2021 51-60 Years

51-60 Years Wingfield Engineering Co., Inc. PO Box 68 110 Academy Circle Goodwater (256) 839-6339 Fax (256) 839-6390 Professional Apothecary 210 W. North St. Talladega (256) 362-8328 Pell City Housing Authority 110 32nd St. N. Pell City (205) 338-7012 McKinnon Pharmacy 8420 1st Ave. Leeds (205) 699-5195

Midway Memory Gardens 27950 AL Hwy 21 S. Talladega (256) 362-8995 “Our Family Serving Yours in Time of Need” Patterson Pharmacy 7513 Pkwy. Dr. Leeds (205) 699-5113 Pell City Chamber of Commerce 1618 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-3377 Alabama Brick 1606 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-9590 Golden Living Center 510 Wolf Creek Rd. N. Pell City (205) 338-3329

Goodgame Company 2311 3rd Ave. S. Pell City (205) 338-2551

Old Gray Barn/ Express Shipping 1910 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-2824

Murray’s Garage 1600 9th St. Leeds (205) 699-6651 www.murraysgarage.net

Johnny J. Smith & Son’s Construction Co. 2623 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-2050

Pell City Steakhouse 2401 Comer Ave. Pell City (205) 338-7714 Fort McClellan Credit Union 1731 Noble St. Anniston (256) 237-2113 Bowden Oil Co. Inc. 40865 U S Hwy 280 Sylacauga (256) 245-5611 Sherwin Williams 227 N.Broadway Ave. Sylacauga (256) 245-5325 www.sw2646@sherwin.com Pell City Heating & Cooling 331 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-2820 www.pellcityheatingandcooling pchcinc@coosahs.net 41-50 Years

41-50 Years Merle Norman Cosmetics 109 Johnson Ave. Talladega (256) 362-3232 The Smith Insurance Agency 221 W. North St. Talladega (256) 362-1200 Lineville Health & Rehabilitation, LLC 88073 Hwy 9 Lineville (256) 396-2104 Jim Preuitt Ford and other new autos 723 E. Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-6900 Sims Funeral Service 431 W. Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-0095 Clyde’s Florist 705 C Battle St. E. Talladega (256) 362-3393

St Clair Farmers Co-op Inc 210 Hardwick Rd. Pell City (205) 338-2821 Like Us on Facebook Speck’s Tire 3255 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-3722 ERA King Real Estate Co., Inc. Logan Martin Office 1160 McCaig Rd. Lincoln (205) 763-1333 Pell City Office -Opening Soon Stephens Carpet 119 Johnson Ave. Talladega (256) 362-2970 Michael’s Men’s Wear 127 West Court Square Talladega (256) 362-2631 Talladega International Tractor 35450 AL Hwy 21 Talladega (256) 362-6113 Atkinson Real Estate 535 N. Broadway Ave. Sylacauga (256) 245-6782 www.atkinsonrealestate.com State Farm Insurance Shelia Curtis, Agent 420 West Ft. Williams St. Sylacauga (256) 249-8188 Shelia.curtis.jrm9@statefarm.com www.sheliacurtis.net

Rick’s Electric 905 Crestview Rd. Talladega (256) 362-5943

Blair & Parsons 1711 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-3440

Columbus Finance 122 East Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-3600

Logan Martin Vet Clinic 1220 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 884-3412

Talladega Funeral Home Hwy 77 Talladega (256) 362-0111

Ford Meter Box Co. Inc. 815 Miles Pkwy Pell City (205) 884-4480 www.fordmeterbox.com

Designer Corner Boutique 109 Johnson Ave. Talladega (256) 362-3232

Metro Bank 800 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 884-2265

Burton’s Food Stores 5770 US Hwy 11 Springville (205) 467-7275

Tallatron, Inc. 35960 Hwy 21 Talladega (256) 761-1228 Lic. No. 187

Lakeside Hospice 4010 Masters Rd. Pell City (205) 884-1111 www.lakesidehospice.org Check us on Facebook ssmith@lakesidehospice

Mullinax Auto Sales 1430 S. Quintard Ave. Anniston (256) 835-0101 Superior Machine and Pattern Inc. 38001 AL Hwy 21 Talladega (256) 362-1385 Owner: Larry Dalton Talladega Cycle Sales 35288 Hwy 21 Talladega (256) 362-6370 City Court I Apartments 409 S. Spring St. Talladega (256) 362-7540 Dr. Khalid Khan 216 East Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-1590 Finchers Real Delite 521 East St. N. Talladega (256) 362-2174 Hindman’s Wrecker Service 66866 Hwy 77 N. Talladega (256) 362-0705 Lincoln Hardware 77 Magnolia St. Lincoln (205) 763-7660 Piggly Wiggly 320 West Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-7949 308 North East St. Talladega (256) 362-2258 1070 1st St. NW. Childersburg (256) 378-5795 Johnny’s Plumbing 117 Meleah Dr. Talladega (256) 362-2735 KFC Hwy 231 N. Pell City (205) 338-3221 Royal Foods Inc. 1904 16th Ave. S. Pell City (205) 884-1040 Bullard Mechanical Service Co. Inc. Heating & Air 840 Railroad Dr. Pell City (205) 338-4199 Birmingham (205) 838-2298 Connie Myers- State Farm Next to Pizza Hut- Pell City Serving St. Clair & surrounding counties

St Clair Land Title Co. 1711 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-3465 Stevens & Son 1604 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-9872 Comfort Experts Heating & Air Duct Cleaning 103 Sunset Strip Pell City (205) 812-6002 www.comfortexpertsair.com Pell City Animal Hospital 2718 Martin St. S. Cropwell (205) 884-4104 www.pellcityvets.com Colonial Motors 411 East St. North Talladega (256) 362-2271 colonialmotors.biz Midway Auto Parts 47815 Hwy 78 East Lincoln (205) 763-7756 Reliable Transmission 111 Broome St. Talladega (256) 761-1220

Bill Stanford Automotive 35500 Hwy 21 Talladega (256) 362-7540 Tempforce Sylacauga (256) 245-TEMP Pell City (205) 884-HELP Lineville (256) 396-1800 Anniston (256) 236-TEMP Superior Pest Control Ashland (256) 396-5016 www.superiorpestcontrolal.com Metro D. Construction 325 Stonehill Dr. Talladega (256) 362-5476 www.metrodconstruction.com Community Credit 1912 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-4433 NMLS#206219 Loan Originator#206244 Caran Wilbanks 418 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-1961

Camp Clinic Dr. Cary Camp 300 East St. North, Suite E Talladega (256) 362-2003

Pell City Gold & Pawn 760 Martin St. S. Ste. B Pell City (205) 338-6100

Talladega Office Machines 30 North Spring St. Talladega (256) 362-2883

Cropwell Small Animal Hospital 2308 Mays Dr. Pell City (205) 338-3556

Safe Guard Fire & Alarm Inc. 39610 Hwy 280 Sylacauga (256) 207-2101 Fax (256) 207-2102 Owners: Jamie Carpenter Matt Carpenter Angie Hughes Shelia Hatchett

Clark’s Insurance 106 South Court Square Talladega (256) 362-3548

Vansandt Hardware & Supply 40631 US Hwy 280 Sylacauga (256) 245-7878 A&M Clothing 115 N.Norton Ave. Sylacauga (256) 249-9620 Swen Communications Inc. 214 1st. St. W. Sylacauga (256) 245-3236

Ashley Manor 925 Ashley Dr Moody (205) 640-1449 Kell Realty 17 Court St. West Ashville (205) 594-5391 www.kellrealty.com Buddy Bowman Construction 1621 Pleasant Valley Dr Pell City (205) 338-1424 Woods Surfside Marina 37 Marina Dr Cropwell (205) 525-5533

Allen Oil Company 1215 Old Birmingham Hwy Sylacauga (256) 245-5478

J.R. Air Cooled Engine 244 Battle St. W. Talladega (256) 761-1714

21-30 Years

Even Odds 1019 Hwy 231 S. Cropwell (205) 525-5500

Columbus Finance 104 E. 3rd St. PO Box 335 Sylacauga (256) 249-0305

Meadowview Nursing Center 7300 Hwy 78E Pell City (205) 640-5212

21st Century Signs, Inc. 1219 Main Ave. N. Sylacauga (256) 245-9201 21stcenturysigns@bellsouth

Robinson Law Firm 1911 Martin St. S. Ste. B Pell City (205) 884-5133 www.rlflaw.net

21-30 Years

Big John’s Asphalt Paving & Seal Coating 705 22nd St. N. Pell City (205) 505-1401 lynn8458@aol.com Moore, Weisskopf & Hill, P.C. Moody Professional Building PO Box 310 2603 Moody Pkwy Moody (205) 640-2000 The Realty Pro’s Judy Chaffee 644 Crawfish Ln. Ragland (205) 531-9950 Jack’s Family Restaurants Locally owned & operated Talladega (256) 362-4761 601 Bankhead Blvd. Sylacauga (256) 249-4006 911 North Broadway Ave. Pell City (205) 338-3040 901 Martin St. North Munford (256) 358-5942 44345 AL Hwy 21 Elwood Staffing 115 North Court St., Suite A Talladega (256) 362-1953 Presbyterian Oaks Apartments 408 5th St. South Talladega (256) 362-5218 Lincoln Pharmacy 99 Magnolia St. Lincoln (205) 763-7759 AlfaJennifer Hayes 430 Battle St. West Talladega (256) 362-2002

Comer Museum & Arts Center 711 N.Broadway Ave. Sylacauga (256) 245-4016 U-Save Auto Rentals 130-B Talladega Hwy Sylacauga (256) 245-1700 Piggly Wiggly 1244 Talladega Hwy Sylacauga (256) 249-4836 1301 W Ft. Williams St. Sylacauga (256) 249-0028 Wal-Mart 41301 US Hwy 280 Sylacauga (256) 245-0356 Strickland Accounting & Tax Service 34830 US Hwy 280 Childersburg (256) 378-7733 16-20 YEARS

16-20 Years Window Creations (256) 268-5268 Owner, Trish www.blindsforless.net Interstate Freight 29 Charlie Brown Ln. Pell City (205) 338-9595 Bain & Company 1609 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 338-4821 Sarah Brazzolotto 1908 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-7726 X-treme Cleaning PO Box 1747 Pell City (205) 515-8088 Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant Hwy 231 S. Towne Park Plaza Pell City (205) 884-2195 KO’S Paint & Body Shop 410 S. Martin St. Pell City (205) 814-1120 Onin Staffing 45265 US Hwy 78 Lincoln (205) 763-0941 www.oninstaffing.com Like us on Facebook

Sleeping Giant Veterinary Clinic 65501 AL Hwy 77 Talladega (256) 362-8977

Campbell’s BBQ 505 Battle St. W. Talladega (256) 761-2342

Waites Tire & Service Center 310 E. Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-6632

Poor House Branch Marina 7062 Stemley Rd. Talladega (256) 268-2939

State Farm Insurance Rex Griffin 212 E. Battle St. Talladega (256) 362-2878

Head Chiropractic Center 1013 Ft. Williams Victorian Village Sylacauga (256) 245-2258

Omya ALabama Inc. 2071 Sylacauga Fayetteville Hwy Sylacauga (256) 245-1777

Blue Horizon Travel 601 S. Norton Ave. Sylacauga (256) 245-7900 Fax (256) 245-4115

Alabama Eye Clinic Dr. Joseph Schnorbus 109 Coosa St. East #A Talladega (256) 362-4872

Remax/Hometown Properties 3440 Martin St. S. Suite 17 Cropwell (205) 338-7355

Masterbrand Cabinets 101 East Pkwy. Talladega (256) 292-2230

Tony Hamlin Attorney at Law 1900 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-1875

Terry Hogge Electric 800 Shelton Shores Lincoln (205) 763-9844 S.A.F.E. Sylacauga Alliance for Family Enhancement 78 Betsy Ross Ln. PO Box 122 Sylacauga (256) 245-4343 11-15 Years

11-15 Years

Hilltop Electric 1717 1st Ave. S Pell City (205) 884-7670 Glitz & Glamour 2303 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-9050 Trammel, Harper, & Williams 1607 Martin St. S. Ste. 4 Pell City (205) 884-3444 Susan Gentry Insurance 3255 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-113 Rhodes Agency Allstate Insurance 2107 Martin St. S. Suite 102 Pell City (205) 338-0502 Preston.rhodes@allstate.com Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC 1800 Honda Dr. Lincoln, AL 35096 www.hondaalabama.com Gaither’s Florist 704 D Battle St. Talladega (256) 480-0090 BD Precision 787 HJ Bentley Jr. Pkwy. Oxford (256) 831-1965 www.bdpmi.com HDA Title Loans 1605 Martin St. S. Suite 4 Pell City (205) 338-6741 Celebrations 3005 Martin St. S. Cropwell (205) 338-4821 Logan Martin Properties 5030 Cogswell Ave. #300 Pell City (205) 405-0852 Northside Medical 70 Plaza Dr. Pell City (205) 814-9284 Brookhill Village 900 Brookhill Village Cir. Pell City (205) 814-4800

Marble City Pharmacy 264 Ft. Williams St. W Sylacauga (256) 245-4446 Rana’s 75301 Hwy 77 Lincoln (205) 763-2266 1-5 years

1-5 Years

6- 10 YEARS

6-10 Years

True Light Community Church Daycare 900 N. Main Ave. Sylacauga (256) 249-3444 Director: Nicole Hamilton Lincoln Chiropractic 47795 US Hwy 78 Lincoln (205) 763-2222

Express Pharmacy 320 W. Battle St. (Inside Piggly Wiggly) Talladega (256) 362-1120 Downey Eye Care 47795 Hwy 78 Lincoln (205) 763-2015 www.visionsource-downeyeyecare.com

1-5 Years E & S Nails Professional Nail Care 1605 Martin St. So, Ste. 3 Pell City (205) 338-7000 Es.nails@yahoo.com Huggy’s Diner at Lakeside 4606 Martin St. So Cropwell (205) 884-0158 Lakeside Boathouse 7-18th St. Pell City (205) 473-5750 keithclements1985@ hotmail.com Like us on Facebook Dr. Jewelry 243 US Hwy 11 Argo Village Trussville 205-467-0222 John Davis, Owner

Angler Recycling Comfort Care Hospice 702 E. Battle St. Talladega (256) 761-1250 Interstate Specialized 29 Charlie Brown Ln. Pell City (205) 338-9595 Strandz 1915 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 814-0116 Classic Car Wash 602 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-1322 Remax Hometown Realty Elaine Stringer 300 East St. N. Suite C Talladega (256) 480-0150 www.talladegahomes.com Triple T’s 5000 Cogswell Ave. Pell City (205) 884-8896 Shute Appraisal PO Box 1195 Pell City (205) 368-7520 www.shuteappraisal.com Kelly FordRealty Exec. Complete (205) 243-7915 Specialize in waterfront home & military families VA Loans Hair Designs by Holly 1021 Martin St. S. Pell City (205) 338-1848 Golden Rule BBQ 1700 Martin St. N. Pell City (205) 338-1443 Artistic Hair Salon & Spa 3514 Martin St. S. Ste, 104 Cropwell (205) 338-0544 Allstate Insurance Company Chad Hutchens 13260 US Hwy 411 Odenville (205) 629-3985 www.allstateagencies.com /ChadHutchens

15226 Hwy 411 Odenville (205) 629-2200 Aardwolf Termite & Pest Control 290 Lock 4 Rd. Riverside (205) 338-6615 Lakeside Package

Hearts in Hands 269 Watson Rd. Cropwell(256)558-0616 LMT #3766 reneeb202@hotmail.com Two Sisters Homestyle Café I-59 Exit 166 Hwy 231 S. Ashville (205) 594-5777

Spirits, Wine, Beer 4604 Martin St. S. Cropwell (205) 884-5253 Like us @Facebook.com/ lakeside package Harmon’s Electrical Services PO Box 466 Pell City (205) 473-5528 Image Plus 30 Comer Ave. Pell City (205) 884-0163 Great Clips 2042 Martin St. S Pell City (205) 338-6500

Realty South Angie Thomas, Realtor 109 Inverness Plaza Birmingham (205) 563-7766 angiethomas@realtysouth.com Beck First Aid & Safety, Inc. 20901 Hwy 231 Pell City (205) 982-0887 Endless Horizon Cruises Marilyn Lawson/ Cruise Specialist “No Booking Fee” (256) 268-0129 Less than 1 year

Less Than 1 Year

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Standard Furniture can fill every room in your house

Preuitt From Page 4

Hartselle, selling new cars. In 1968, he and his wife, Rona, moved to Talladega with their two daughters, Lynne and Leigh. The Preuitts opened their own new car business and she was office manager. Preuitt combined his car dealership with a career in politics for 28 years. He began as a state representative in 1982, and was elected to the state Senate in 1986. On the county level of government, he was probate judge and chairman of the Talladega County Commission for three years. During that time, he and his wife spent a lot of their “off time” landscaping areas around the courthouse, and he also concentrated on overseeing cleaning and repairing areas inside the courthouse.

By LAURA NATION-ATCHISON Home Lifestyles editor

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Shown are, from the left, front row, general sales manager Bruce Brewer, finance director Vickey Matthews, owner Jim Preuitt, and salesman Allen Tillman; and, back row, salesmen Darryl Wood, Josh Gray and Scott Kearley.

Senate in 1998 and served until 2010.

Their daughter Lynne is married to Bill Stanford, and they are the parents of two sons. One son died a few years ago. Leigh is married to He was re-elected to the

attorney Jack Leak and they live in Birmingham. The Leaks have two daughters. Rona Preuitt still works occasionally at the dealership, and he still works full time.

“I think I may get old enough to retire one of these days,” he said. The dealership celebrates its 46th anniversary at the end of February and an anniversary sale is planned.

Gardens From Page 4

Renovations are going on at the 150 Season’s Way location, and are expected to be completed soon. An Open House is planned at that time, and the owners of Gardens of Talladega are offering a special for newcomers. Those renting during that period will receive $500 off deposit and $100 off rent each month for a year. The date will be announced.

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Teresa Wideman exercises for residents at Gardens of Talladega.

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Décor and distinction, style and comfort, these are all a huge part of choosing home furnishings. And there’s a one-stop, find-it-all home furnishings center in Talladega that has been providing just about any home need for more than 60 years now. Lisa Gurley, manager of the Talladega location on the city’s downtown square, points out the many home furnishing offerings the store has in stock for those who are redoing, furnishing a first-time home or looking for a perfect new piece to update an entire room. There’s an inventory of one of the most required pieces for many homes that includes an array of styles, fabrics and functions for any lifestyle. Recliners are in great supply at Standard Furniture, with manufacturers well known in the furniture business such as Lane and Catnapper. These chairs are designed with total comfort and durability in mind, and also that design needs to vary from one home to another. Coverings include soft leather and plush fabrics and the color choices range from traditional neutrals to rich colors to add color to a room.

The supply of recliner features includes those that offer assistance in getting into and out of the chairs, using mechanical lifts to help provide independence for people with mobility issues, and there are comfort features to suit your needs from head to foot with sculpted cushioning, raised foot rests and much more. Within the store, there are dozens of designs to try out, and if you don’t find a favorite among these, the company’s web site is easy to access and shows even more possibilities in all the store’s inventories, Gurley said. Standard Furniture is also the place for finding the other pieces you need to complete a living room or den, with plenty of sofas and coordinating loveseats, occasional chairs and side tables, end tables and storage cabinetry, along with the newest trends for handling those large screen televisions and all the accessories that go with them. These seating pieces are available in everything from an elegant tapestry fabric design to solids in many color choices and in leathers that include a new bonded leather finish, which means the leather is actually bonded to the piece’s cushioned base. There are also seating options that mix it up with See Standard, Page 9

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Ruff Pro helps aspiring local artists By SHANE DUNAWAY Home staff writer

Aspiring local artists looking to spread their music’s scope of influence have an outlet for doing so on the the square in Talladega. Ruff Pro Records and Entertainment, located at 101 Court Square North and operated by DieDra

and Keith Ruff, provides assistance with artist development as well as production of CDs and singles for bands or individual artists. The record label and recording studio is open doors from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday, but sometimes their schedule permits them to work on a project on a Saturday. “It depends on if

someone needs us on the weekend if we’re in town, because we are traveling musicians ourselves,” Ruff said. “If we are in town, we do schedule people for Saturdays.” Ruff explained the concept of artist development and how the studio helps prepare each artist. “If an artist comes in and they don’t really have

plete with matching china cabinetry and chairs, to the more casual lines of dining space furnishings for in the kitchen, a porch or a more limited space requirement. Formal matching sets are in the store, some seating eight or more, with a variety of finishes and chairs with fabric covered seats. Extra chairs may be purchased for those who need additional seating. On the less formal side, there are a number of pub style dining sets that feature higher table and seat levels, and also glass topped table styles with decorative metal bases in an assortment of finishes along with their matching chairs. For the bedroom, Standard has sets suited for a master bedroom to a guest room to children’s bedroom needs. Bedroom furnishings come in traditional wood finishes and designs from poster beds to sleigh bed inspired looks along with antique looks in metals. Matching dressers and chests and bedroom side tables with deep storage drawers are inside the store’s showroom, along with the mirrors and occasional pieces that can accompany furnishing a large master bedroom. For making sure you’re

sleeping in comfort, Standard’s bedding inventory offers the best kind of rest for any individual, with designs from Jamison and Englander that are available in all sizes. Jamison bedding is used in all Mariott hotels, Gurley pointed out, which is a tribute to their comfort and durability. The Englander line of mattresses includes a Temperpedic mattress that is constructed with a state of the art “ergo base” and is available in styles that can be raised or lowered for a variety of comfort options. Children’s bedroom designs include cozy bunk beds complete with their own ladders to a little girl’s dream of a delicate look. To provide extra sleeping space when needed without taking up valuable space that can also be used for seating, Standard has daybeds to provide for both needs, when there’s a room that needs to be equipped to “multi-function.” Standard Furniture is also the place for your appliance needs, the store stocks the Crosby line which is manufactured by Whirlpool. Standard has stoves in gas and electric styles, with electric stoves in both flat tops and traditional tops,

their direction, we’ll find out what their direction is and what they like,” Ruff said. “We’ll start with music they like and develop them into that style. A lot of them come in and they believe they can sing and they might have a nice voice, but they may need some vocal training. They may need some training on stage presence if they’re

talking about going out and performing in front of audiences. They may have never been in front of an audience before and they may not be ready for that, so we help them with their stage fright or things like that.” According to the duo, the studio has the capabilities to work with artists from a wide variety of

music genres. “We’ve had everything come in here — (including) rappers, gospel and country,” Ruff said. “We even have musicians who’ll come in and offer to work with us. We had a guy come here and play a steel guitar. We’ve had drummers and guitar players. See Ruff Pro, Page 10

Standard From Page 8

the exterior designs, those made with a leather base and then topped with plump fabric cushions and pillows made to enhance the total look. There are styles from the traditional to contemporary. End tables and coffee tables are in abundant supply, and the styles include traditional wood finishes and built in storage space along with inlaid tile topped tables that are fitted onto ornamental metal and traditional wood bases. To finish off a living space for a den or family room, Standard has the lighting and lamp options needed to add to a room’s functionality and style, along with decorative wall hangings and framed art. Along those lines, Standard even has accents such as floral centerpieces for dining and kitchen tables, decorative candle holders and other pieces for adding a bit more individual flair to your rooms. There are also coordinating area rugs in stock to complete a room as well. As for dining and kitchen furnishing options, Standard stocks the gamut for these needs, from the traditional formal dining room table settings com-

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This formal dining room look is made by Ashley, one of Standard Furniture’s distinctive home furnishing lines. The table for six can become one for seating eight with a leaf inset and additional chairs. This set is done in a cherry finish.

and washers and dryers for the laundry room. The appliance selection includes refrigerators for any size kitchen, there are large side by side models along with ample

styles with freezer areas on top and refrigeration areas underneath. Interior designs vary as well, with a variety of drawer and storage offerings that are suited for families of all sizes.

Standard Furniture is open Monday-Saturday 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Delivery and set up services are also available for Standard Furniture customers.

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Ruff Pro From Page 9

We’ve had other guys who might consider themselves producers who have an at-home studio who want to come in to work with us.” When they’re not on the road performing as DieDra and the Ruff Pro Band, the Ruffs spend their time in studio helping to nurture the musical talents of people from all walks of life. “We had a blind girl come in named Estefani who’s from Talladega,” Ruff said. “All she knew is that she knew how to sing. She had a beautiful voice and she wanted to do a single. So I wrote a song for her Brian Schoenhals/The Daily Home and my husband produced it. She did an amazing job on the song. We were able Jacky Morgan stocks meat at Piggly Wiggly. to get her song played on (WCKF) 100.7. We also designed her CD cover.” Once singles or albums are recorded, the songs are made available nationally and internationally for purchase. The studio charges a rate of $50 an hour, with variable rates for large-scale projects. “When they come in to get their album produced, By JUNE WINTERS and sizes are featured, and most of the time they may Special to The Daily Home See Stores, Page 11 come in and they don’t No matter what part of Talladega you live in, there’s a Piggly Wiggly Grocery conveniently nearby for your shopping pleasure and Ronnie Baker, owner of the stores, is proud to make them available.

2 stores to meet all your grocery needs

already have music, so my husband has to create music for their songs. Or they may already have music and they may need to lay their vocals on it. We put that out and make it available on iTunes, Amazon or any Internet store. Half the proceeds go to the artist and the other half comes to the record company.” Ruff pointed out what she called a huge advantage for an artist making their music available at the national and international levels. “You always have producers scanning through YouTube and various music stores looking for music all the time. A lot of times you get lucky. Your music could very well end up showing up anywhere. You have no idea what kind of effect your music might have on people.” Having recently competed in the 2014 International Blues Challenge competition in Memphis, Tenn., and placing ninth in the world as a blues band, the Ruffs contended their showing at the international level lends credibility to their musical aptitude and abil-

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DieDra and Keith Ruff are the owners of Ruff Pro Records and Entertainment.

ity to assist those in need. “We’re constantly working on music, either our own or somebody else’s,” Ruff said. “It’s what we eat, sleep and drink is the music, whether it’s someone coming in and needing our help or it’s us working to enhance our own music.” The couple seemed eager to help out any who

believe the time in the studio would benefit them “You’re never too young and you’re never too old,” Ruff said. “Don’t give up on your dream if you want to dream it. We’re here to help you.”

For more information or to set up an appointment, contact the Ruffs at 404-379-0096.

Keith Davenport is manager of the store at 308 N. East St., and Steve Connell is manager of the store at 320 W. Battle St. Both stores offer a wide variety of name brand food items, paper products, cleaning products, personal care items, pet foods and other household items. The store on Battle Street has a delicatessen and serves a hot breakfast and lunch Monday through Sunday. They also feature freshly baked cakes decorated for any occasion. Both stores have a complete line of meats and offer the courtesy of special cuts for customers. Eddie Goodwin is manager of the meat department at the East Street, store and Chris Wesson manages the meat department on Battle Street. The produce departments at both stores are stocked with fresh fruits and vegetables daily, and feature a wide selection of beer, as well as some varieties of wine. “Customers love our ‘Five for $19.99,’” said Davenport. “You can combine any items – fruits and vegetables, frozen foods and meats. Anything marked as a part of this feature.” A large variety of Gold Medal Spices are offered at a good price and another popular shopping area is the Sauer’s Spice packets, where a small amount of a large variety of spices, plus slivered almonds are offered a low price. There’s a “Dollar Zone” at both stores and this area has become very popular. It is stocked with a variety of crackers, cookies, canned goods, condiments, nuts, spices, candies and paper products. Every item in this area has a $1 price on it. There’s even a special section of the Dollar Zone devoted to cosmetics and personal care products. There are first aid items and a few medical items. The frozen food section carries a variety of name brand frozen foods and also “Fresh Frozen,” the Piggly Wiggly store brand. Bread, rolls and buns in many brands and all shapes

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The produce departments at both Piggly Wiggly stores in Talladega are stocked with fresh fruits and vegetables daily.

Stores From Page 10

come warm weather, the ice cream section will again become a popular spot. Along with ice cream, you can find any ice cream novelty you’re

looking for. One of the most important things about Talladega Piggly Wiggly stores is customer service. “Our top priorities are good customer service, good prices, a clean store,

good products and friendly personnel,” Davenport said. Both stores are open from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. on Sundays.

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