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ISMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. JBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 Is looking forward to getting into the drivers Education. The Drivers Education course at Will start on January 25, and everyone qualified is really uD for their restricted licenses test. BOBCATS WIN AGAIN The Bobcats won another game, the B-team score was Paxton 59, Popular Springs 47. The high scorers for the B- team were Paul Varnum 15, and Rocky Stokes 15. The A- game score was Paxton 72, Popular Springs 47. The high scorers were Corrigan Camp- bell 18, Earl Ashley and Dennis Geoghagan with 15 each, and Clint Washington 10. Monday the State High School Poll showed the Bobcats as ranked fifth in class AA-A. This should improve, for while Pax- ton added Greenwood to their list of victims in an away game on Tuesday, January 9, 1973, Popular Springs knocked off fifth ranked Freeport. For Paxton. TEACHER SPOTLIGHT nita Hen This week's teacher was born in Thomasville, Alabama on December the twelf~. She is Mrs. Juanita Henley. Mrs. Henley has one daughter, Cor- nelia born born March 3rd. Her husband, Mr. Carl Hen- ley, is the manager of Carp's Department Store in DeFuniak Springs. Mrs. Henley attended Pat- rick Henry Jr. College in Mon- roeville, and the University of West Florida in Pensacola. She has a business degree in physi- cal education, This is her se- cond year at Paxton. Her favo- rite food is boiled shrimp. And her favorite color is blue, She really enjoys playing tennis. She also enjoys Sonny and Cher who are her favorite singers. When asked what she would do with a mint she said that it would I Danny Gomillion had the hot hand, with 20 points and 9 re- bounds. Clint Washington and Earl Ashley both added 12 points, while Corrigan Camp- bell had 8, Ronald Prater 6, and Dennis Geoghagan 5. Gas Station V~" orhers Urged to Check Tires The success or failure of a new government-sponsored help make money. We hope that Mrs. Henley has a long stay here at Paxton. program to aid consumers by promoting proper tire infla- tion depends to a great extent on the eool)eration of service station personnel, a tire in- dustry spokesman says. An alert station attendant cm often point out that low :it prcssure is causing extra tread wear near the sidewalls long before t?:e motorist feels or notices it. i PAGE 7 LADLES AND POLYESTER BLENDS PAR VALUES SHOES FAMOUS BRAND $24.95 VA LUES PAIR EACI 14 OZ. CAN 3 DAYS ONLY T6 ONLy ABLE I.AM |14.99 VALUES HATS TO $8.95 EACH 37- OZ. size 3 O AY S ONLY LADLES GOWNS $4.95 VALUES EACH ALL THE LATEST HiTS EACH 3 DAYS oNLY SENTINEL BY DOW PERMANENT TYPE 3 DAYS GALLON ONLY WOODBURY SOAP EACH 3 Dt.YS ONLY TO FIT MOST FOR ,i / ..... : i!ii~i!!~i ~!!?: BRUSHED ENIUM TO $9.00 28 NORTH 5 TH STREET ALUMINUM FOIL 25' RO LL FOR 3 DAYS ONLY MR. CLEAN LIQUID 3 DAYS ONLY 28OZ. $1ZE FLORALA, ALABAMA