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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. EFLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, FEBRUAR Y 12, 1976 • @ • Senior Plans After Graduation .rs Of The Week ( aius Sonya OF THE WEEK. The senior for this week Gaius Gran- ts 5'9" tall and POunds. He has hair and green eyes. color is blue. His His faro- are steak, spaghetti, ham. In closing he le enjoyed Florala and will miss it Moseley SENIOR OF THE WEEK. This week we would like to salute Sonya Moseley as Senior of the Week. Sonya is 5'2" tall and has brown hair and blue eyes. Her favorite food is apples and her favorite color is blue. Sonya is a member of the FHA, Beta Club, Newstaff, Flor-Ala Roc- kettes and is president of the Math Club. She plans to attend Auburn University after gradua- tion. We all wish her luck in the future. SENIOR PLANS. The follow- ing are statements made by seniors as to their plans after graduation• Edward Jackson - to attend college• Darlene Skanes - to work. Maria Sauls - to marry Roger Paul, June 19, 1976. Belinda Miller - to attend Troy State majoring in music. Lydia Larkins , to attend college at A&M University majoring in Data Processing. Beverly Miller - to attend Troy major- ing in Psyhcology. Dorinda Peterson - to marry in Novem- ber. Gary Bradley - to attend Troy State majoring in Law. Herb Johnson - to attend col- lege at Lurleen majoring in P.E. Ronnie Scroggins - to work on Eglin. Rhonda Phillips - to work. Craig Hutcheson - to play foot- ball at Troy. Shirley Wood- ham - to marry. MaryCorbin- to party. Steve Sexton - to join the Air Force. Angelia Bradley - to attend Troy. Angelia Crousby - to attend Troy. Ramona Sightler - to attend Lurleen. Gauis Gran- them - to attend Lurleen. Jerry Thames - to attend Trade School and party• Bill Miller -travel- ing. Ben Martin - to attend college and be a Pre-Med stu- dent. Victor Weeks - tojointhe Army. Frank Dawson - to attend college, and Amelia Worley - undecided. All "A" Honor Roll Now that the first 9th grade - Mike Goolsby, over, the Florala Marshall Phillips, and Steve All A Honor RollZiglar• :ed. The Honor Roll 10th grade - Tommy Gee- of students who hagan. A averages for llthgrade-RickyChambers, r. Sammy Poppell, and Wanda Taylgr. 12th grade - Renee Hutcheson, Melanie McDaniel, David Mad- dox, Ben Martin, Sonya Moseley, Rusty Peters, and Rhonda Phil- lips. Spotlight Player Herman Owens SPOTLIGHT PLAYER. Our player of this week is our multi- talented Herman Owens. Her- man stands 6'2" tall and weighs 178 pounds. Herman, or Zeke as he is sometimes called, plays forward on this year's team and averages about 8 points and 5 rebounds a game. His favorite TICKETS ON SALE FOR BETA CLUB PLAY NOTICE. Tickets are now on sale for the Beta Club produc- tion "It's Great to be Crazy." To be held Thursday, February 12 at 7:30 in the Florala High School Gymnasium. Advanced tickets are 75¢ for students and $1.00 for adults; at the door, $1.00 for students and $1.25 for adults• Please make plans to help in this worthwhile project and support the Beta Club. School News hobbies are listening to A1 Green, playing basketball, and chasing after girls. His Zodiac sign is Gemini. We wish Herman the best of luck now and in the future as he is just a sophomore and has two more years of play- ing basketball ahead of him. Strickland has gotten several boys to help him stake off a 220 yard track. A good thing about the girls who have joined is that they have a lot of will- power. Below is a list of girls who are participating: Tina Pound, Jackie Caldwell, Pat Franklin, Jeanette Wade, Shelia Parker, Sandra Cook, Patricia Pierson, Leigh Peters, Karen Caraway, Tummy Walker, Lydia Larkins, Cathy Caraway, Aldene Brooks, Lisa Mitchell, Jennifer Bryan, and Sahri Mathis. Good luck girls, we areback- ing you all the way! SENIOR PREDICTIONS Band Getting Ready For Dis~-. SENIOR PREDICTIONS. The trict. The Florala High School following are senior predic- concert bound !~.l~r~.a~ilM~J, QJ~ tions. to District eight concert ba!~. , Sonya Moseley - Math in- structor. Beverly Miller - competition. This contest will lawyer. Diane Mickelson - take place on February 27 and model. Rhea Yarbrough - aS. The band hasn't decidedyet actress. Jeffry Owens-doctor. what musical pieces they will play and is uncetain as to which day they will go to lhe contest. We're sure that the Wildcat Band will do honor to itself and its school by playing its best. Sweetheart Ball SWEETHEART BALL. After a lot of thought and hard work, the final plans for the Sweet- heart Ball were completed. It will be in the FHS lunchroom on Saturday, February 14, 1976. Pictures will be taken from 7 p.m• to 8 p.m. They will cost $5.00. The ball itself will start at 8 p.m. and will end at I0:30 p.m. There will be a juke box for the music. About 50 couples have payed to attend. If the Sweetheart Ball goes as planned it w II be a success. Angelia Bradley - Opera singer. LaJuan York Editor of McCalls. Sherry Anthony- school teacher. Paul Bedsole - supermarket owner. Melanie McDaniel - Nobel Prize winner in literature. John Albert Mat- thews - lawyer. Belinda Miller - short lady of circus. Frank Dawson - Ag. teacher. Marty Byrd confused professor. Lydia Larkins - model. Ramona Sightler - dentist, and Rusty Peters - Broadway star. -PERSONAL- Mrs. Nannie Hedge and Mrs• Merle Whetstone of Pensacola spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wallace of Rt. 2 Florala. SUSAN JOHNS NAMED TO THE HONOR ROLL Susan Johns, a junior in the TRACK TEAM school of Library Science, Texas Womans University, has NEWS been named on the honor roll for the fall semester. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs• TRACK TEAM. Mr. Strick- W. C. Johns of Victoria, Texas land has been trying to get a and the granddaughter of Mrs. girl's track team going and this Loin Johns of Florala. week they're trying to tone and condition their muscles. Mr. Hello FriendsAnd Citizens CORRECTION, LAST PARAGRAPH, LAST WEEK'S COLUMN-- If I be a victim of hallucinations or paraniod on these mat- ters, then heaven help America and the future victims of irres- Show Her How Much ponsible legislation and effective enforcement. You REALLY with all due respect to my and your fellowman, praise and criticism have their sweet and proper place to make this a Care. Give Her better world. So while complaining about or criticizing my fellowman's deeds, I try to keep the record straight and be The BEST! able to back up or prove it and have never been challenged in an open forum with the general public invited. Why? The communists have legal courts, also. But we are told WHITMAN'S they frequently stack the deck. How many ways and combina- tions can man use this way? As many as he can think of and -----.--.-.~CANDIF'.~, the law will allow. And now, do most of ourauthoritiesand 'news media use disguise, manipulation, cover-up and a double The flnl,, standard to confuse and divide Americans individually, ethical- ly, and collectively, according to their beliefs and backgrounds? REFRIGERATED eesh Chocolates In Town. We Also Have All i Varieties Of Valentine Cards, Including Boxed Cards For The Little Ones To Take To School. At Your Friendly And Convenient FLORALA PHARMACY On The Corner Since 1904 Well, l can prove this. You name it -medicine, business, adverhsmg, intimidation, bribery, blackmail, collusion and col- laberation, to short change the naieve and or sucker, false accusation and innuendo to put down some people, product's and programs, while elevating others. Altogether, the bushes need shaking and a lot which you read and see is camaflogued so cleverly that a man the caliber of Lt. Kojak can even be misled• So, where does that leave you and me? I can be put down in many ways. Adding to, taking away and changing words as is illustrated, wittingly or unwittingly changes the picture, according to the publics interpretation of what they read and see. This is in defense of truth and the record, because truth is of the higher order. My integrity and credibility is open for correction or criticism. But, truth and the record are what the good man is or should be interested in. Right? ps/Dan McLeod • O. Box #103, Lockhart, AI. DEATH CLAIMS JOHN F. POWELL AT AGE 86 Mr. John Franklin Powell, age 86, of Paxton, Florida, passed away early Wednesday morning in the Veterans Admin- istration Hospital in Mont- gomery, Alabama following an extended illness. Graveside services were held at 11:00 a.m. Friday from Union Cemetery, near Arguta, Alaba- ma, with the Reverend Oran Hayes officiating and Holman Funeral Home of Ozark, Ala- bama directing. Mr. Powell served his coun- try in World War 1. He is survived by his brother, Mr. George Baud Powell of Paxton, Florida and several nieces and nephews. MACK GAUTNEY PASSES AWAY IN OPP HOSPITAI Mr. Mack Henry Gautney, age 30, a life long resident of Paxton, passed away unexpectedly Saturday night, February 7, 1976 in an Opp hospital. He was on disability retirement from the US Army. Survivors include one daugh- ter, Mary Leron Gautney of Florala; father, Claude Gautney of Mossy Head, Florida; two brothers, George Gautney and Billy Gautney, both of Paxton; four sisters, Mrs. Ruth Shinn, Mrs. Mary Talbot and Mrs. Even Warren, all of Paxton, Florida, and Mrs. Martha Free of Pen- sacola, Florida. Funeral services were con- ducted at 2 p.m. from the Paxton Assembly of God Church with the Reverends Ed Neeley and Bill Edwards officiating• Burial was in the Paxton Cemetery with Military Graveside Honors. Evans Funeral Home directed. away in an Andalusia hospital Friday, February 6, 1976. She was a member of the Florala Church of God and a resident of Florala for the past 30 years. Survivors include one son, James Ferrell Rabon of Florala, four daughters, Mrs. Shirley Nelson of Phenix City, Alabama, Mrs. Evelyn Jones of Florala, Mrs. Oma Jean Henderson of Florala, Mrs• Faye Windham of Florala, and 2,3 grand- children. Funeral services were held Saturday at 3 p.m. from the Florala Church of God with the Reverend P. J. Putman offi- ciating. Burial followed in the Clear Springs C, emetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. -PERSONAL- Friends of Mrs. Roy C. Mad- dox will be interested to know she is back at home after spen- ding four weeks in the new West Florida Hospital at Pensacola, Florida• - NOTICE- Paxton Assembly of God Church will have its monthly sing Friday night, February 13 at 7:00 p.m. "The Representatives" from Cottondale will be the feature singers• Also local groups will be participating. OFFICE OF JUDGE, 22ND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PLACE 1 POLITICAL NOTICE l hereby announce my can- didacy for re-election to the Office of Judge, 22nd Judicial Circuit, Place No. 1, subject to the Democratic Primaries of May 4 and May 25, 1976. MURLAND SMITH EVELYN GAYNELL Pd. Pol. Adv. by MurlandSmith, RABON PASSES AWAY RECENTLY Mrs. Evelyn Gaynell Rabon, age 56, a resident of 409 South Sixth Street in Florala, passed I E(;AL NOTICE The State of Alabama, Cov- ington County. In Circuit Court, InEquity, Case #10,056 ATTENTION HUSBANDS AND SWEETHEARTS!! Don't forget VALENTINE'S day February 14th. Come by and see our se- lection of candy. Your wife will love you and your sweet- heart will love you and we'll like you pretty good ourselv- es ....BOOTH DRUG COM- PANY. 2-5-2tc WANTED - 2 or 3 bedroom house to rent. In or near Flo- rala. Please contact Mr. or Mrs. Watson at 8-8101 or 566- 6997 in Troy. 1-l-tfc FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame house, large lot, pecan trees. Located at 1106 West Eighth Avenue, Florala. Call 222- 2085 for more information. 2-12-tfc FOR SALE: 12x55 house trai- ler in excellent condition• Si- tuated on a ll0xl50 lot. For further information, phone Ruby Horn at 4-7886, before 2 o'clock p.m. 2-12-1tp GERALD'S LAWN MOWER SHOP located behind Ed Smith's 66 Station. Repair on all types lawn mowers, tillers, chain saws, appliances, refri- gerators, stoves, dryers. CALL 8-5856. All work guaranteed. 20 years of repair experience. No job too large or too small. 2-12-Itp OPP THEATRES CAROUSEI Twin Cinema Downtown Opp THURSDAY " TUESDAY, FEBF~UARY 12= 17 SHOWS AT 7;00 g 8;40 MATINEE SAT.. & SUN~, AT 2;00 ~1 ERE WILL BE NO TU ESDAY BARGAIN HITE ON THIS PICTURE. BUT WE V4 kk HAVE BARGAIN THE NEXT TUESDA' I)IXIELANi) Drive-in Theatre Hwy. 84 between Opp and Elba FRI., SAT., SUN. FEBRUARY 13, 14, 15 The New King of Kung Fu-Karate (UangYu - PLUS" COMING FEBRUARY 19-24 "SNOW WHITE b THE 7 DWAR FS" ; "; gB'ddidi : P4GE7 Ocie C. Bruce, Complainant, vs. Adam Bruce, Respondent. In this cause it being made to appear to the Register by affidavit of complainant's at- torney, that the Defendant is a non-resident of Alabama, and that his post office address is unknown, and further that in the belief .of said affiant, the Defendant is of the age of twenty-one years; it is there- fore ordered by the Register that publication be made in The Florala News, a news- paper published in Covington County, Alabama, once a week for four consecutive weeks, re- quiring the said Adam Bruce to plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint in this cause by the 5th day of March, 1976, or in thirty days thereafter a Decree Pro Con- fesso may be taken against him. Done at office in Andalusia, Ala., this the 4th day of Feb- ruary, 1976. E. E. King, Register 2-12-4tc LEGAl. NOTICE The State Of Alabama, Cov- ington County• IN CIRCUIT COURT, IN EQUITY. Sue Webster, Complainant, vs. James B. Webster, Res- pondent. In this cause it being made to appear to the Register by affidavit of complainant's at- torney that the Defendant is a non-resident of Alabama, and that his post office address is unknown, and further that in the belief of said affiant, the De- fendant is of the age of twenty- one years; it is therefore or- dered by the Register that pub- lication be made in The FIe- rain News, a newspaper pub- lished in Covington County, Alabama, once a week for four consecutive weeks, requiring the said James B. Webster to plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint in this cause by the 13th day of February, 1976, or in thirty days there- after a Decree Pro Confesso may be taken against him. Done at office in Andalusia, Ala., this the 15th day of Jan- uary, 1976. E. E• King, Register 2-5-2tc DON'T FORGET the little one's on Valentines Day. We have ALL varieties of Valen- tines Cards. Come on in and see us at YOUR hometown Flo- rala Pharmacy. Serving YOU since 1904• 2-12-Itc FOR SALE - Citrus, pecan, peach, pear, and other fruit trees. Also camellias, aza- leas and Var ornamentals. Telephone 858-2711 nights. Open six days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed on Mondays. Dean's Nursery, Samson Hwy., Florala. 1 - Z9- tfc FOUND: a child's coat between Lockhart and Florala. Anyone having lost a coat, may inquire at 8-2050. JIM CARAWAY. 2-12-Itp DON'T FORGET! Valentines Day is right around the cor- ner! Remember her with WHITMAN'S CANDIES. The best and ONLY REFRIGERA- TED FRESH CHOCOLATES in town. At your friendly Flo- rala Pharmacy. On the cor- ner since 1904. MISSING PERSON - Lost one Rett Butler - Scarlet you can find Rett at the Carousel Twin Cinema, Opp, from February 26 - March 2. ("Oh, 1 will think of that tomorrow"). Show at ~:00 each night, matinee Sa- turday and Sunday at 2:00"-3tc2-5 Come by BOOTH DRUG and get a free 225 year Calendar with Horoscopes while the sup- ply lasts. Headquarters for Dewitt's pill, Lathems Lini- ment, Hadacol & last but not least, Prescriptions. COME by and see us, We NEED the business. 2-12-Itc GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY: For right party and fabric and sewing industry to be opening soon in Florala, Alabama. Ideal job and career for middle aged lady. If you have experi- ence in this field, wewould like to talk to you. Must have minimum investment of $5,000 to cover inven- tory. Will train right party. For further details, write to: c/o The Florala News, P.O. Box467, Florala, Ala- bama 36442. Mark WEn- terprises. 1