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3E ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. tFLORALA NEWS-THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1972 i/ii:iil¸¸ ? ..... AND EIGHTH GRADE TEAM WITH SECOND PLACE TROPHY. Front row, left to C-eoghagan, Mike 'lhomas, Wesley Nolan, Keith Smith. Back row, Coach Larry Keith Schofield, Johnny Cuddy, Jesse Jordan, Coach Torn Pittman. 8th grade Cagers the Walton Middle Itional Tournament beat Vernon round of action. defeated by Wal- Final score Coaches Tom Pitt- LU "BUG" P.H.S. man and Larry Geohagan had rewarded when they returned nothing but praise for the Baby home with a second place tro- BOBCATS.Their efforts were phy. [A I ] | SENIORS OF THE WEEK Patricia Strickland Roberta Schofield the bug of all humans, It attacks s at the most terrible much despair is continually being anti-hestimenes, Ctions, and throat "bug attaches car- is carried to the needs everthing but then infests that disease. Often try to find ex- Stay out of school. .~ way but the sat- Lying out of school he effects of the 75 to 100 bitten by the Faculty mem- been hit by it. [b" could combat Would be one pro- money. ~LL TO ay night the Bobcats ~amson Tigers by a -43. It was Paxton's season. Earl -~ scoring, swishing ~lthough the BOB- was a good game Lnning to the end. m had an over- At game's Samson Tigers Varnum led the 16 points. WILDCATS BOBCATS ended Ssful cage season Light, defeating the dcats 49-47. It e game with the ~cking a few bas- Wildcats scoring arl Ashley led the 18 Dennis with 15. Played an equally iting game. They Allentown by the 43. Paul Varnum with 20 points. followed with 13. TIME %line Bonner :ime of year seems to care, ts, and the flowers out, and shout, joy and laugh- h~r them the morning his year, girl meet, it's are full of love, a lovely pair, Patricia Ann Strickland is another honored senior this week. She is the daughter of Mrs. J. T. Blackwell of New Harmony and Mr. Char]ie New- born from Milton, Florida. Pat has two sisters, Bonnie Wea- thers, a Paxton graduate, and Deborah Newborn, a Paxton third grader. Pat was born in Heflin, Ala- bama, August 22, 1953. Shenow resides with her husband, Way- land Strickland, in the Natrual Bridge Community. She says that she hopes someday to have a family of her own, but she plans to become a nurse first. Pat expects to enter nurse's training after graduation from PHS. Pat's favorite foods are bar- becued T-bone steak, french fries, and hot rolls. Of all sports, Pat likes softball, bas- ketball, roller skating, and bow- ling best. Her hobbies are: riding horses, hiking, and clean- ing house. Pat also likes to grow flowers. Baby Blue is her favorite color. It matches her lovely eyes. Pat has been a member of the F.H.A. for four years. She has served her chapter as song lea- der. In addition, she is a mem- ber of the New Harmony Bap- tist Church. Pat says that she likes frien- dly people who have respect for others. She insists that she does not like conceited peo- ple. Pat's future plans include at- tending McArthur Tech in Opp, Alabama where she will receive her nurse's training. We like Pat a lot and we hope that she will find much happi- ness and satisfaction in her life. It smells ao sweet as you walk the garden or a beach, Walking hand in hand dreaming you're both in a new land, Or sitting in the warm, golden sand. Spring is when the sun is so bright, It looks like a great beautiful light, And during the day, people enjoy work and play, But when the stars come, Stars come above through the twilight, They shine in the dark sky, Seeming to be so shy, As they blink and wink at you and me, Sitting there under our favorite tree. This week we honor the lovely Roberta Wynell Schofield as our Senior of the Week. Born January 21, 1954, Roberta is a native of Florala, Alabama. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Kemp of Paxton. Roberta has three sisters: Brenda, a former Paxton graduate, Patsy and Jackie, who are students at Paxton. Her brother, Bobby, is a second grader at Paxton. Roberta is married. She resides in Pax- ton with her husband, Fred Scho- field. Roberta has participated in a number of extracurricular ac- tivities at school. In addition she is president of the senior class. Her hobbies are sewing and cooking. She says that her favorite foods are mashed potatoes and steak. Roberta said that sports she likes best are bowling, skating and horse- back riding. Roberta said, "l like nice, friendly people who help other people, but I don't like people who think they are bet- ter than others." Roberta attends the Paxton Assembly of God Church. She said ,that she wants to be a housewife or "home execu- tive". She says that she hopes someday to have a family of her own. We asked her if she could have one wish, what would it be? Roberta replied, "I wish the war in Vietnam would stop and all of our boys would get to come home." With her char- ming personality and optimistic outlook on life, Roberta is sure to achieve anything she under- takes. We wish for her the very best. Dance To Follow Sadie Hawkin's Day The annual Sadie Hawkin's Day dance will be held Friday, March 3. It will bethe"Honey- moon Dance" for the couples that were married earlier at the Sadie Hawkins Day celebration. All couples who purchase mar- riage license will be admitted free and all others will pay $1.25 at the door. The music will be furnished by large stereos. The money will be used to pur- chase new back drop curtains for the stage. Paxton's Student Council president Connie Adams urges everyone to participate in this school fun project. "This is one time it is truly cheaper to be married," Connie said. PAGE JERRIE SKIRVEN and Debra Ann Wilkerson proudly display small bulletin boards they designed as projects for the Level I degree in F.H.A. '~~'~' READ AND SMI LE BY JOEY SMITH MR. WOOTEN: "What doyou call a cow that sits on the ground?" By: Dennis Poole and " Ben Baldwin The people whose names lis- ted below have been matched with the names of famous cele- brities. We hope to bring smiles whenour comparisions are read. Linda Paolo A singing replacement for Vestil Goodman of the "Happy Goodman Fami- ly". Leigh Thorn Nobles - A double for Chef Bono on the "Sonny and Chef Show". Ben Baldwin - The under- study for Harven Corman of the "Carol Burnette Show". Barnard Jones - The identi- cal twin of Leonard Bernstein of the Philharmonic Orchestra. Russ Martin - A replacement for "Buttons" in "Me and the Chimp". Cora Lee Miller - The true Mac West of the East Coast. Tim Hester - The identical twin of Sonny Bono of the "Son- ny and Cher Show". Roger Paul - The replace- ment for Rex Roach, Jr. on WTVY. Corrigan Campbell - Flip Wilson's long lost brother, Flop C. Debra Thorn - The poor girl on "Where the Heart Is". Virginia McClellan - Lucil- le Ball's reliable daughter, Ruby Red Ball. Cindy Frazier- Paxton's answer to "Funny Face". Vanessa Hester - The woman who plays "Van" on "Love of Life". Jo Williams - Sophia Lor- en's portrayal of "The Priest's Wife". Sandra Smith - Fannie Flag of "Candid Camera". Joey Smith- The "Flip- py, Dippy Hippie Weather Man". Mrs. Janie Goolsby - Mrs. George C. Wallace. Miss Donna Bush Lily Tomlin's portrayal of a tele- phone operator. Mrs. Monetha Baldwin - Betty Gaughrs sister of WTVY. Paul Cox - The "Jolly Green Giant" in vegetable land. A FUNNY THING happened to Sissy Nogar at recess last Tuesday. For some strange reason, she threw her P. E. shoes over the top of the arcade. As they fell, they became en- tangled in a power line. Her- oic action from Jimmy Marsh, Sherrie Hilton, and a broom was needed in order to save the stranded shoes. We award "Nosey Newsy Norton Heroism Award" to these three, doggy biscuits. When We Saw This, We Knew You'd Be Interested... James Golden was among the first to hand in his senior English term paper. Connie Adams and Danny Thomas were seen wearing George Washington hats, gifts of the kindergarten class. - Mrs. Monetha Baldwin is busy planning the annual Home Ec. Department spring fashion show. It centers around a party theme. The big day is March 9 at PTA. Early Ashley was spored while resting on a plow. - Mrs. Gwen Gibson and the 1st and 2nd grades toured the campus during music class last week. - Miss Janet Corn of the Uni- versity of West Florida, visited us last Thursday. She will come back March 84 to begin her student teaching in the social studies department with Mrs. Ida Lou Smith. - Tommy Holley has had his hand bandaged for quite a while now. We hope it is better. - Mrs. Audrey Pittman was seen displaying an "original" oil painting. It features grapes and is the artist. Jerry Lindner was having trouble starting his motorcycle. - Cindy Paolo was shutting a door with her foot. - Mr. Glenn Thomas was rea- ding a new Congressional reso- lution declaring that "National Beta Club Week" is March 5-11. We are proud of our Beta Club members. MR. THOMAS: "What?" MR. WOOTEN: "Ground beef!" RONALD PRATER: "Coach, what are the 4 seasons?" COACH PlTTMAN: "Basket- ball, football, baseball, and va- cation!" CONNIE ADAMS: "Ben, why have you quit going around with the rest of the group?" BEN BALDWIN: "Because of illness." CONNIE: "Oh? What kind?" BEN: "They got sick of me!" FREE BAR-B-Q 11:00 - TILL FOR FREE/ PRIZES / We Have Moved to the ON EAST 5th AVENUE Wednesday, March 1, thru March 8, 1972 MERLE Reba Davis Deborah Hall - OPERATORS - TELEPHONE 8-0265 YOAKOMA MOCCASINS WERE $12.50 SALE PRICE OLD KENTUCKY SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS WERE $5.98 SALE PRICE WRANGLER-MAVERICK JEANS PAIR OR 2 PAIRS OO ONE GROUP OF JEANS 50 Magelene Jackson Sandra Knott$ FLORALA, ALABAMA ROUTE 2 LAUREL HILL, FLORIDA DENIUM JACKETS REG. $6.95 SALE PRICE TRAIL RIDC. E LONG SLEEVE WERE $6.45 SALE PRICE GET A FREE BELL WITH THE PURCHASE OF A PAIR OF JUSTIN OR TONY LAMA BOOTS :ia110% Ol On Tack And Horse Supplies STRAW FELT HATS PRICES START AT $17.50 7