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.~E SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. THE FLORALA NEWS- THURSnAv Is~T1s~;~v ?~ IO?~ PAGE 5 EMBERS OF THE FLORALA ROCKETTE DANCE GROUP take time out Girls are left to right seated: Maureen Roberts and Sandra King,-DeFuniak rehearsal to watch Sonya Moseley and Dugan Wiess demonstrate a step. Ti~a Weeks, Opp; Christy Osburn and Cathy Fleming, Crestview. Standing are: group will be performing in the Dorothy Rather Sellars School of Dance Sonya Spears, Florala; Gay Huggins, DeFuniak;. Lisa Waller, Opp; Debbie Grif- oncert, 1976", Saturday evening, January 17, in the Andalusia High fith, DeFuniak; Sissie Savage, Floraia; Vicki Lindsey, DeFuniak; Sonya Moseley, rium at 7:30 o'clock.'- Florata; and Dngan Wiess, DeFuniak. REHEARSING FOR THEIR COMING PERFORMANCE m the Dorothy Hairier Sellars School of Dance "Winter Concert, 1976" are Vicki Lindsey, DeFuniak; Sonya Moseley, Florala; Gay Hnggins, DeFuniak; and Maureen Roberts, DeFuniak. The program is set for Saturday, January 17, at 7:30 o'clock in the Andalusia High School Auditorium. Seventy-three students will par- ticipate in a program of tap, character, and ballet dances. These girls are members of the Senior Group. l Dance Concert, Sellars in 1975 on the occasion Will be presented on Sa- of Johann Strauss' 150th birth- , January 17, at the An- day. The dances are set to High School Auditorium. his ever-popular waltzes: "The n time is 7:30 o'clock. Emperor Waltz", "The Blue Program, featuring stu- from the higher divisions Dorothy Rainer Sellars of Dance represents one community servic- , Sellars School. is no charge for admis- Danube Waltz", and "Voices of Spring". They will be per- formed by the School's Inter- mediate, Junior and Senior Di- visions. A variety of tap dances and show dances are included in the program. Character ballet, or theatricalized folk dancing, will be represented by a number set to the music, "The Girls from Baden", by Komzak. Students performing are from Andalusia, Opp, Kinston, Fie- rata, Elba, Crestview, Baker, Laurel Hill, and DeFuniak Springs. Students performing are:. The Senior Group: Cathy Flem- will be members of or Girl Scout Trocp 196. tivity is part of their earning badges y Service and The troop leader is Tara Baber, assisted by Rebecca Johnson and Linda Dice. dances include three choreographed, by Mrs. G .*' ing, Debbie Griffith, Gay Hug- gins, Sandra King, Vicki Lind- Bey, Sonya Moseley, Christy Osburn, Maureen Roberts, Sis- sic Savage, Sonya Spears, Lisa Waller, TUna Weeks, and Dugan Wiess; the Junior Group: Leah Belcer, Scarlett Bryan, Karen Caylor, Sarah Cosson, Sharon Cosson, Brenda Courtney, Vicki Griffith, JanGunnels, JulieGun- nels, Sara Lee, Kim Norris, Renay Rogers, Missy Sorrels, Joan Stephens, Julie Taylor, Philippa Taylor, Melissa Weed and Julia Wiess, Intermediate Division stu- dents are: Juddi Cain, Ellwynn Caton, Nola Currie, Tammy De- Shazo, Melanie Edgar, Missy George, Jennifer Greene, atomy Jackson, Jennifer Ja- mes, Sharon Johnson, Joan Mor- ris, Ronda Moseley, Donna Pa- i FOR REHEARSAL are Tina Weeks, Opp; Sissie Savage, Florala;andDugan DeFuniak. These young dancers will be among those performing in the Dorothy Rainer School of Dance "Winter Concert, 1976" Saturday, January 17, in the Andalusia High )ruim at 7:30 o'clock. The program includes a variety of tap, character, and ballet TUna, Sissie, and Dugan are members of the Senior Group. i rUsh, Kathy Patterson, Susan Sorrells, Laurie Spence, Libby Spence, Karla Spurlin, Stepha- hie Tisdale, Brenda Wilkinson, Tessa Worley. Also participating are the following students from the Ele- mentary Division: Barbie Ad- ams, Greg Adams, Jairus Ad- ares, Tracy Atkins, Tonya Bout- well, Vanessa Brunson, Buddy Bryan, Michele Cox, Leigh Da- vis, Emily Edgar, Debbie Hicks, Lyn Johnston, Becky Lowry, Randy Merritt, Beth Moulton, Mickey Purnell, Serranda Ted- tier, Susan White, Greg Adams, Jairus Adams and Libby Hedges. Florala High School 1975- 76 Football Statement by FHS Principal Charles Ste- ed away. Florala High School venson is looking for one more home Florala High School had an game to complete the schedule. outstanding year in football this year in all respects. TheWild- ....._., cats were undefeated in regular season play, made the state play-offs, had a won-lost record of 11 and I, were the South Alabama Conference Cham- pions, champions in area 3 and region 2, and many more. Paid attendance for the 6 home foot- ball games this year was 8909 Total income - $19,453.66; Total expenditures - $15,363.- 54; Balance - Plus $4,090.12; Accounts Receivable - $100.00; Accounts Payable - $1,091.00; Projected income - $19,553.66; Projected expenditures - $16,- 454.54; Projected balance - Plus $3,099.12. The largest source of income was 5 regular season home ga- mes, $9,316.00. The largest ex- penditure was equipment, $6,- 834.28. Years like this are madepos- sidle by a great group of ath- letes, cheerleaders, band mem- bers and director, an excellent coaching staff, and also an out- and the estimated total atten- dance was 10,933. Below is a financial sum- mary for the year. An itemi- zed copy can be picked up at Iw Florala High School upon re- quest. Florala High School had I W$ff.P/.f#"~m~r ~*_1 the equivalent of 7 home games [ ....... "~_~['-~/~"~,~-~J play-off games and playing 2 I. away from home games where ' the gate was split. This helps __ ~. ~-' .. .... not necessarily always be true. We must pay bills for the re- ~--~"~' I maUnder of this year for spring i~ ~,~', I practice equipment, insurance, ~~|| Jill ~li~B~ maintenance and others. If we ~- .~ have baseball, track, or some other spring sports, we will have to cover these expenses from this income since there ~.. ,,., :~ is no income for these sports: sr~#r~ fm.,r~s.~,-,..~ ~ ~xo I IT'S SURVIVAL OF THE FIERCEST. / AND THE FUNNIEST. standing student body and staff I ~./~S/IZ'.JT/x.3"N~/#4~l~ at the local and county levels, i '.~-E ~t,~r##~" ] ILOOOIER, OEAOLIER be st co m m unities, fans, parents I ~'AN ' ~~--~,G ~M~bl and supporters in the world. * May I take this opportunity i ~ =~ ~ C [ to express sincere thanks and appreciation to everyone for this. Looking into next year s ache- dale, the financial outlook is not near so good. At present there are 8 football games scheduled. Four are at home and the gate must he split on one of these. There is a good prospect for 1 more game which would helMay- OSBURN AND CATHY FLEMING OF CRESTVIEW, AND SONYA SPEARS OF FLORALA, for 'theii" coming performance in the Dorothy Rainer Sellars School of Dance "Winter ~976", to be presented Saturday, January 17, in the Andalusia High School Auditor- at 7:30 o'clock. Seventy-three students will participate. Christy, Cathy, and Sonya are mere- of the Senior Group. SEN Phone 652-4429 S Ceramic Greenware - 15% January 15 - February 15 Discount Highway 85 by the Forest Service Tower Laurel Hill, Florida 32567 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF Th nk Of Florala OF FLORALA IN THE STATE OF ALABAMA AND DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 31 , 1975 ASSETS I. Cash and due from banks (including . . $4,189.00 unposted debits) . . 1,612,305.23 2. (a) U. S. Treasury securities ....... $1,802,939.88 Total (items (b) Obligations of Federal Financing Bank . . None 2 (a) & (b) 1,802,939.88 3. Obligations of other U. S. Government agencies and corporations . 2,924,758.40 4. Obligations of States and political subdivisions ............... 1,613,598.57 5. Other securities (including None Corporate stocks) ........... None 6. Trading account securities ........................... None 7. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell .............................. 300,000.00 8. Other loans ..................................... 5,990,599.28 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets represent- ing bank premises ................................. 29,400.47 I0. Real estate owned other than hank premises ................ None "II. Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated ................ None 12. Customer's liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ..... None 13. Other assets (item 6 of "Other Assets',) (including None~ ' ~ ..... direct lease financing) . . . ......................... ' ~153.35 14. TOTAL ASSETS .............................. $14,274,055.18 LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuals, parternerships, and corporations ................................ 4,490,153.89 16. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .............................7,641,731 24 17. Deposits of United States Government ................... 39,210.33 18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions .............. 621.728.44 19. Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions ..... None 20. Deposits of commercial hanks ...................... None ~.I. Certified and officers' checks, etc ...................... 136,743.99 ZZ. TOTAL DEPOSITS ................ $12,929,567.89 (a) Total demand deposits ........... 4,919,336.65 (b) Total time and savings deposits .... 8,010,231.24 23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ...................... None 24. Other liabilities for borrowed money ................ None 2~. Mortgage indebtedness ........................... None Z6. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ................................. None Z7. Other liabilities ............................... 134,356.99 78. TOTAL LIABILITIES ........................... $13,063,924.88 29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES . None RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve for,had debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) .................. 82,938.34 31. Other reserves on loans ........................... None 3~-. Reserves on securities ....................... None 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES .......... 82,938.34 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 34. Capital notes and debentures ........................ None (specify interest rate and maturity of inch issue outstanding) 35. Equity capRal, to~tl ............................ 1,127,191.96 36. Preferred stock-total ]mr value ............... None (No. shares outstanding.. None) 37. Common stock-total par value ............................ 200,000.00 (No. shares authorized . ZOO(}) (No. shares outstanding..2000~ 38. Surplus ..................................... ~00,000.00 39. Undivided profits ............................... 657,191.96 40. Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves ....... 70,000.00 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .................... 1,127,191.96 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .................................. $I 4,~.74,055.18 MEMORANDA I. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending wflh call date ..................... $12,945,351.31 ~-. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ......................... 6,404,226.54 3. Unearned discount on instalment loans included in total capital accounts ............................. None 4. Standby letters of credit ............................ None I, G. G. Hart, Vice President, of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition, is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct- Attest DIRECTORS: G.G. Hart E. P. RODWELL, JR. REX WHITCOMB A. G. WILLIAMS, JR. State of Alabama, County of Covington, as: Sworn to and subscribed he, re me this 12th day of January, 1976, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires January 27, 1979 --Marie M. Chambers, Notary Public.