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-TOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. :E FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1976 lle SENIOR SPOTLIGHT ria Sauls Franklin SENIOR OF THE WEEK. Our senior girl spotlight this week Is Maria Sauls. She is 5'7" and has blonde hair and green eyes. Her favorite hobbies are playing tennis, but most of all She likes to be with Roger. Her favorite foods are shrimp and fried chicken. She like s th( Color blue and she enjoys her music class the most. Her favorite teacher is Mr. Alsup. After graduation she plans to get married and move back to her home town in Fernandian Beach, Florida. We wish her the best o f luck always. Flowers SENIOR OF THE WEEK. This week's spotlight senior boy is Franklin Flowers. His favorite hobbies are baseball, tennis, and girls. Franklin said eating is his best hobby~ Franklin's favorite teacher is Mr. Strick- land. When we asked Franklin what his plans were after gra- duation, he told us he planned to enter Alabama A&M and become a computer program- mer. Best of luck, Franklin. MARTIN THEATRE ROLL. This is a people who have for and high marks in undertakings. deserve commen- recognition so here Peterson, Lydia Larkins, San- dra Henderson, Sus Uartzog, Wayne Dennis, Peggy Castle- berry, Marty Byrd, Angelia Bradley, Norma Bradberry, Sybil Barnes, and Pattie Ander- son. All A's for the semester- Rhonda Phillips, Sonya Mose- ley, Ben Martin, Rusty Peters, David Maddox, Melanie Mc- Daniel, Renee Hutcheson, and Kathy Caraway. all A's - Steve Willi Marshall Mike Goolsby. B Maddox, Joe Hughes, Myra ~ss, Jenni- Jean Bates. All semester, Steve Phillips, and All A's - Caro- B honor roll - David Garner, Becky and Pa- 'son. All A's for Tommy Gee- New Scale For Meal Reductions Covington County Schools have announced a revised in- come proverty guideline scale to implement provisions of Pub- lic Law 94-I05 enacted Octo- ber 7, 1975. The new scale will be used in determining eligibility for free or reduced price meals in schools parti- cipating in the National School Lunch Program, School Break- fast Program, and Special Milk Program. Students from families with- in the new maximum level, should make applications with their local school principal. grade. All A's - Cathy Ray, and B honor roll- ley, Kay Sightler, Leah Anne rol Ray, Floyd Mills, Theresa Manning, De- Betty Jackson Hen- Ricky and John Anthony. the semester - Poppell, All A's - , Ramona Sight- Phillips, Rusty Moseley, David elanie McDaniel, ~, and Kathy Cara- roll - LaJuan r Weeks, Dorinda 43 PEOPLE DIE IN ALABAMA TRAFFIC State Public Safety Director, Colonel E. C. Dothard, today announced that 43 people have died in traffic accidents on the rural highways of Alabama this year, an increase of 3 death~ over the same period last year. Sergeant J. T. Smelley, Post Commander of the Evergreen Post, composed of Butler, Conecuh, Covington, Escambia, and Monroe Counties, said that Troopers in that Post investiga- ted 76 accidents resulting in 14 injuries and no deaths during January, 1976. The Evergreen Post has no traffic deaths so far this year, compared with 2 at this same time last year. Covington County Troopers investigated 19 rural accidents resulting in 4 injuries and no deaths in January. So far this year, no people have been kill- ed in traffic accidents in this County, compared with none at this same time last year. Final 1975 report (rural ac- cidents): 714 killed in 1974; 645 killed in 1975 for a minus 69; pedestrians killed 60; motorcyclist killed - 18; bicy- clist killed - 5; Covington Coun- ty 1975 - 177 accidents with 96 injuries and 11 deaths with 8 killed in 1974, for a plus 3. PAGE 9 With The Of WITH THE HELP OF GOD God is good, God is great, Always love and never hate. Always there in time of need; Listening to take immediate heed. All your words He hears, and all your tears. Sometimes you begin to feel SO down, Just call His name He's always around, Waiting to lend a helping hand, To even the lowest or most righteous man. The devil will lead you wrong, But the Lord will lead you right, And in darkness, help you see the light. Mistakes you make from day to day, Just ask for forgiveness and the help of God And you'll find that Heavenly way. Girls' Athletic Event Day Girl's Athletic Event Day. On March ZT, 1976, the athletic department of Straughn High School is sponsoring a Girl's Athletic Events Day at Strauglm High School. Our school is invited to participate in these events. The contests for the day include 50 yard dash, 100 yard dash, 220 yard run, 440 yard run, 880 yard run, the 440 yard relay, the 880 yard relay, shot put, discus, high jump, hurdles, long jump, softball throw, volleyball, tennis, and some other events also. The individual winners will be awarded ribbons for first, second and third place. Th( overall team trophies will b~ awarded for first, second, aN third places. The basis of scor- ing will be 10 points for a first 8 points for a second and si; points for a third. Barbecue plates and conces. sions will available for the con venience of contestants. Pyr a mid i! Z0-POINT PYRAMID. Thl college English class finall] ~ reached the end of their gamq. last week after many hours of study and hard work. The win- mer of the game received 20 ~oints on their six week aver- Iges which was very well turned. The winners were [iltea Yarbrough and Angelia Bradley. The runners-up who Jmt up a hard long battle, was Victor Weeks and Melanie Mc- Daniel. We would like to con- gratulate the winners for the wry fine game. SPOTLIGHT PLAYER Ed Jackson SPOTLIGHT PLAYER. This week's spotlight player is Ed Jackson. Ed is a senior at Florala and he is a guard for the Florala Wildcat basketball team. He is six feet tall. One of his hobbies, besides playing basketball, is li'steDing to music. We would like to wish Ed all the luck in the world at playing basketball. PARADISE LOST 33rd Annual Meeting Of PARADISE' LOST. "Who is the Hero? .... How does Milton portray Satan? .... Why did Mil- ton choose blank verse and iam- bic pentameter without rhyme for Paradise Lost? .... These are just a few of the questions Cattlemen James Laird of Lockhart, president of the Covington County Cattlemen's Associa- tion, will lead a large delegation of Covington County Cattlemen when they attend the 33rd annual meeting of the Alabama Cattle- liMIl -Jlll..,-5-7 PITJR .~96SPE,~gT'[ t4E# /N S~flIE# OF ~ ,"v//./JO~J DOt I. RR$ I# #/~At C,~D TELL Y a'lt Wl IbU#~lr CUL P 'gJWE$ MR$O It&)O RItY .. ,,. _ men's Association on Wednes- day, February 11, at the ~F'#$10 Governor's House Motel in f1~r ~e_v~_**r.~. Montgomery. E. Ham Wilson, executive vice president of ACA, said more than 1,200 cattlemen and CowBELLES from all 67 Ala- bama counties are expected to attend the convention. Dr. Thomas S. Haggai, na- tionally - known inspirational and patriotic speaker from High Point, N.C., will be the featured speaker at the annual Cattle- men - CowBELLES luncheon during this bicentennial year. At the annual steak banquet, Lt. Gov. Jere Beasley will wel- come the guests to Montgomery. The featured speaker for the banquet is "America's Number One Humorist Speaker," Dr. Charles W. Jarvis from San Marcos, Tex. During the morning sessions, the Cattlemen will hear from C. W. "Bill" McMillan, theAmeri- can National Cattlemen's Asso- ciation executive vice president for Washington Affairs; from Dr. L. S. "Bill" Pope, Texas A & M University; and Dr. J. Michael Sprott, new director of Auburn University's Coopera- tive Extension Service. An aRernoon panel featuring some of the state's outstanding cattle leaders will discuss the future of Alabama's beef cattle industry. The Alabama Cow BELLES ladies' auxiliary of the ACA, will hold their annual meeting in conjunction with the cattlemen's, CowBELLES' activities willin- clude business sessions at the Governor's House Motel and joining the men for the luncheon and the steak banquet. R/Y#F - ~ lOff /Y#. ,#. MGM~ ~J)MEDY SURPRISE OFTHE M(~4 ~ Re/cram@ IhfU United APIISU that are being discusses in thought-provoking discussions in College Bound English Class. Milton's style is very confusing but very elevated. Paradise Lost is not only a epic poem, but also John Milton's inter- most thoughts, such as his idea of carrying your own Heavenor Hell within yourself. Many of the class's questions are cen- tered around the Bible itself, like "When you die, does your soul go on to Heaven, Hell, or some other place?", "Are we punished when we die for our sins on earth?" or "Did Christ die for all our sins or just for the original sin of Adam and Eve?" So you can see that there is always a discussiongoingon. FIJ)RAI,A, ALA. TRACK TEAM NEWS. For all those girls at Florala High WELCOME BACK WELCOME BACK Mrs. Pitt- man. This semester the stu- dents of home economics wel- come back the one and only Mrs. Clara Pittman. She is an old friend to most of us because she has taught here for thepast three years. We have really missed her this first semes- ter and are very glad to have her back. Mrs. Pittman attended Paxton High School and is a graduate of Auburn; her husband, Tom Pittman, is the coach at Pax- ton. We hope she's as glad to be back as we are to have her, who like to run in competition, now there's a chance. Mr. Jerry Strickland is trying to organize a girls track team, so far he has approximately 20 girls who have showed interest in joining. The track team is expecting to compete for their first time at Straughn High School March 27, if everything works out right. The school will be helping to buy equipmentl for use by the track team. The girls will be doing a lot of working out in order to be ready to run in competition. We wish them luck and hope they'll be competing in other track meets this year. C Parcels Shipped By Bus Express Are Automatically Insured For Actual Value, Up To Fifty Dollars, Without Additional Cost. 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