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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 8 ¢ THE PAXTON New Teacher I ar inec We have a new student-tea- cher who will join our Physi- cal Education Department on March 26. He is Bill Mar- tinec, a 21-year-old graduate of Walton High School. He is originally from Washington Stale and was raised in De- Funiak. Since he is 6'8" tail, it would be likely for him to like bas- ketball. In fact, he says that when he was a junior at Wal- ton, he almost tore a back- board from our gym in a game. He doesn't stick to basketball though, he also likes chess, astronomy, and music. He says he has played the organ for 12 years and his greatest thrill in life is to destroy Mr. Wooten in a game of chess. He was also a former President of the Astromony Club. Martinec also likes to write free verse. Mr. Martinec went to LSU for 2 years before coming to West Florida, and played bas- ketball at both. When asked about PHS he said that the kids are a lot more under control and don't have as many pro- blems. He also said he would rather teach here than at any other school in this county. He also says that he would really like to see Paxton win the State Tournament! FAYE DUNAWAY JOHN MILLS JACK I PALANCE - #-/~-43 # t V~RVTHING ~'Ou At ~'A ~" SENIOR OF THE WEEK Paxton Gets On July 3, 1955 in Pittsburg, Three years ago John moved THE FLORALA NEWS- THURSDAY, Paxton Goes T f A long awaited adventure has ghagan, this i ng cited Jackets. Th I finally come true for the Pax- dream that has turned into red- handed the WilPJ ton Bobcats. It was back in lization, zeat to wreCk~b 1962 when Paxton won it's last The Bobcats are scheduled for a Stale T~R Regional Tournament, with that to go up against Tallahassee As for T $!~ C{] "BIG ONE" i team going all the way to cap- FAMU at 8:00 Friday morn- solid pack to cs~ 1 ture the State Title. Paxton's ing at Jacksonville coliseum in ern Region in Pill valued coach, Tom Pittman, the Semi-final game. They say still feel t~,~ Ill While the Florala News and March 1 at Paxton was a was an outstanding guard for the "the early bird get's theworm, should be conml R DeFuniak Herald have done a beautiful day and everyone took Bobcats on this tournament so let's hope the Bobcats can the most proSi~ fine job covering the Bobcats, advantage by getting outside as team, and was listed as All- handle this early morning Nay- state, as tl~eY] the Pensacola News Journal much as possible. Mr. Thomas State for his play in Gaines- ing time. FAMU has a quick season with aPl • gave Paxton CoachTommyPit- took his eighth grade English ville, where the State Tour- team, along with talented cord, a~d capt~I tman a fine article on the outside for poetry writing. The nament was held that year. height of 6 ft 8 in and a 6 the 2nd conSe~hLI sports page Thursday, Feb- 'Bobcat Staff went outside for Now Pittman returns to the ft. 4 in. player, and are con- they were ~l State Tournaments in a dif- sidered a dominant fastbreak- Christmas TO~'l| ruary 28. interviews, and girl s P.E. got ferent phase of the game, as ins te~m that tends to force lose toanAnd£,#l In the article, Tommystres- involved in the activities shown a coach. For Pittman, and their opponents to play their they defeat~t~[ " sed their championship was the here. result of three years of pre- Assistant Coach Larry Gee- style of ball. In watching the Florala also ~11 Weight Warc ' " lournamentgamesFridayand Area3to;i.ni~.~! paration. The four seniors Saturday night, it is hard to Level, and fiSwl, have worked together since Stokes, imagine a more balanced team were runn NA freshmen in varsity competi- than was shown in this tour- Region 2 p Y'~I| lion. While they had fine re- nament play, but it is a known show their '~ cords, always the "big one" Top f, , fact that there are only 4teams Wildcats, Y~/~, slipped away. Ponce de Leon won the last three years, but ~_#or~ er I Stateleft in Championship.the tournament bidSThosefOr yoUrwellbrightas tl~e~sF~' this year, the 'Cats put it all Salesman other 3 teams didn'tget tothe ~is wasamOS~,I together! BY ALBERT:4GAMBLE I place they are on luck, so the as most se~- ' ' ' The junior class has just 'Cats will have to put it to- under the lentiL' completed the sales of 268 ~ gether to be the best in the Dale Odovn. ,~{ boxes of candy. They raised state, together, staff'S"" Spi it ,,00 from the sale, Rocky This beautiful spring weather Easy Fish Hash get thesyste'] r s ~,o~o, was top salesman, makes everybody feel better. 12 ounces of cooked fish, 2 Senior Robert James turn- year's finalS,.], Thanks to everyone whoAnd, then when you take a look medium (3 oz.) potatoes, biol- ed in another outstanding per- (state trophY) ~i I bought candy, and we hope you at yourself, it gives you a great- medium (3 oz.) potatoes, boil- formance for the Wildcats Sa- the Wildcats ~[~,, enjoyed it! er desire to get yourself in ed, 2 ounces of onion, 1/2 me- turday night in Headland, toss- there's next_Y~ shape for the beautiful spring dium green pepper, sliced, 1 ing in 33 points in a losing ef- ~" Ri ! fashions around the corner, teaspoon sait, l tablespoon re- fort to the Ashford Yellow Remember, Easter is draw- getable oil, I/4 cup Chili Sauce ~e Paxton ins near and you want to be in (count I/Z cup tomato juice per shape for the big Easter Pc- serving) rade all fit and trim. So get serving), Parsley for garnish, l~escue Squad It is time to _~lWl busy now on the Weight Wat- Put fish, onion and green ~ ~o nall0~to make an all . Clinic chers program, the best and peper through grinder, orchop i~ema'pa;:(~ssli'{ thrilledPaxt°n'Sbv ourStUdentBobcatsb°dYwin iSat healthiest way to get in shape, in blender. Sprinkle with salt ~eport The Squadu,,--h.~_~ ] I District I'hey showed their high You surely want to join up and stir inoil. Mixwell. Trans- three weeks lO']~ spirits in the following posters Report with the one that have changed fer to aluminum foil pie plate ment. If ea~il~$ the shape of the world, and bake at 400 degrees for The Tri-City Rescue Squad donate $5.00a~,,- seen around campus: "State Bound. dolt. doit, allrigbt, An increased interest was 25-30 minutesor untillightly made seven local runs and four Couldd0nate$~"¢, shown Monday night with 3 brown on top. Divide equally out of town runs. Local runs atremendous"---= gobble the gators big red ma- BY: BETTY O'SHIELDS new members and2 staff life- and serve with Chili Sauce. Gar- were as follows: Mr. Elig6 H. :u~esqeaTa;d,~ , chine, go all the way, big red More tips for keeping your timers, making a total of 28 DiSh with parsley springs. Mussellwhite of 15 Rapp, Lock- serve-the C~t~ pride, we're big, we're bad, own homes as accident proof attending. Our tonage pounds Makes ~. dinners. To make the hart; Mr. Leroy Harrison of _' we're boss, we'll makeluggage as possible: Never overload .lost now is 3,840 3/4. Chili Sauce, add Ghili peppers Stella Route, Florala; Mr. ell- 'out of the 'Gator. electrical wall outlets. Keep We want to say thanks again crushed small amount to your ver Boswell of P. O. Box FIe- rowe llm paint and flammable liquids in for the good report from the good tomato catsup recipe in raid; Mrs. Annie L. Thomas tightly closed, clearly labeled Doctors and their encourage- metal containers in a cool, ment, for they are the ones we well ventilated place - pre- : wat to watch us very closely, ferably outside the house, tand we always welcome their Keep radios, electric heaters, , advice. ~, hair dryers and elec'iricequip- Let's try another fish re- ment out of bathroom. 'More cipe this week. Since fresh~ next week. fish is plentiful now. (from Let me introduce four new Weight Watchers cookbook). qualified gray ladies for our Paxton Clinic. Sue Robbins, Vertie Mac Edwards, Louise Birge and Frances Whitting- ton. Welcome! We need you. These ladies were in DeFuniak on schedule on Tuesday and Wednesday last week for the required First Aid Course. Also, Wednesday was theday all regulars were due for re- viewing the revised manual. Not a good show I'm afraid, but these ladies completed the day: Janice Worley, Louetta Moore, Erlene Milton, Betty Mixson, Winnie McNair and myself. We sincerely thank Mrs. Kyle for minding the clinic so that we could go. Actually, we en- joy full co-operation from so many from our school and we are grateful. L Rr. Su#. ~/~Igl~'N~.9.1O I Pennsylvania a child was into the area and began at ~--~ s~ "-~-~,k i brought into this world who P.H.S. Although he was only _ 1 would later influence life at a sophomore he decided to take ~,.,~~ Paxton High School. On this American History and beat all Rocky Stokes .... day, Mr. and Mrs. John E. the junior year, John, again* =:==" I McGongile were blessed, (or brought honor to Paxton ashe The Poet LaurateoftheBas.. -1 were they?) with a son whom was second place in individual ketball team is Rocky Stokes, :, , ," , they called John. competition in the annual LBW who composed the following Math Tournament. Now as a senior John says his favorite food is spaghetti, favorite teacher is Mr. Thomas, favorite subjects, Biology and History, and is a memberofthe varsity track team. After gra- duation, he plans to jointheNa- vy. When "Bobcat" asked him what his pet peeve was, he an- swered in a way appropriate of a chafe worker by saying, "People putting cigarette ashes on the plate or in the cup." The students and faculty of P.H.S. say "lots of luck John and may God bless." d i i Florala, Aid. :, H m| III I I I _ I • __ I _ J Jl LOOK AT OLD AND FAMILAR FACES, AND SPECIAL ACTIVITIES WHEN YOU WERE IN SCHOOL OR OF FRIENDS th~ paper a few weeks ago. • you haven't made that cat- sup, by all means make it and use it. It is delicious! Come with a good weight loss Monday night at the City School Library at 7:00 o'clock if you want to be in the Easter Parade. AND RELATIVES. WE HAVE BOXES OF OLD PICTURES of Route 2, Florala; Mr. John Allen of Route 2, Laurel Hill, Florida; Mrs. Thelma Allen of Route 2, Laurel Hill and Mrs. Thelma Wise of P. O. Box 124, Lockhart, Alabama. Outoftown runs were Mr. Scott Howell, 513 Rankin Street, Andalusia was transferred home from Florala Memorial; Mr. Earl Whitehurst of 121 South 6th St., was transferred from Opp Mi- zell to his home; Mr. Boug Pick- ron of General Delivery, Florala to the Ft. Walton Beach Hos- pital; Mr. Wiliford Warren of Route 2, Bx. ll0, Florala to Montgomery V.A. Hospital. March Mr. and Mr Powell were on Sunday, a day of Christian the community areas. The regular lowed by new addition Rescue members used up the afternoon some 62 man hours and put 684 presented with miles on the ambulances in the que commemO~J~| past week of rescue services, of service pr0,~'~l " The Squad received its new pel and gospe~ radio and incoder for the new the teaching o~ %|| Dodge ambulance and theconducting mu~'~ Pontiact ambulance. Incoders and singing fo~$ are telephone-type systems that vices. It was ~m~ are used to call hospitals di- had sang for $i~, rectly from the ambulance, funerals in o~ This will enable any rescue Powell was pr~.1~ member to get in contact witha dozen roses. S~¢~a doctor or nurse for medical dozen roses.,~]W~ advice and guidance concerning known for her l~"v any type medical emergency growing flowe~[~ll that may arise with a patient, them with the ~t " The one radio and two incoders where she goeS. ~! cost approximately $I~00.00 The occasiOn I:' The squad is still in need of tended and enjoy| approximately $7,000.00 to pay churches ne~b,.~ for the new ambulance. Each friends: IrmA] member spends many hoursMr. and Mrs. J each month making rescue runs like to thank ev~li.#ffi doing everything from selling a ins this day a d~N cake to raffling off shotguns, and cherish for All the members feel that they lives. They g~f~,t~, work hard to make ends meet. Pleasant Hill m,]~. FOR YOU TO LOOK THROUGH. works specifically for the Bob- cat. PAXTON A place of teaching, a place of fun A place of learning, for everyone, Sometimes good and some- times bad, Sometimes happy and some- times sad, They come and go through- out the year, Some with smiles, from ear to ear, A place of charm, a place to see, A place of remembrance, to you and me. Want To Buy Some? Prices Begin I I I I I II ~:~ i:iii¸ i i~i~i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!ili:i~;!~i: =,: !iiii!iiiiiii RESTLESS DAY Water running, across soil, Churning and jumping a toil. Breaks and turns around the curves, Fast and slow as it swirves. The ground is soft, brown and grey, Beautiful trees are here to stay. Birds are singing, bright and gay, On this beautiful, summer day. I Did you know a lump of sugar added to the water will keep cut flowers fresh long- er? EVERYONE KNOWS AN AGRI-RAMA would not be complete without beautiful cowbelles and handsome cowboys! Well, there was nothing short about the one held in Florala last Tuesday. It had everything! Ridin! and ropin' steers is nothing for these the youngsters. The lov~ly cowbelles and cowboy a straddle this tammed steer in are, from left, Flora and Suzanne Zorn, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zorn, Jan and Jeffery McDaniel, children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDaniel, and Amy McDaniel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McDaniel. ~] ~ f ,, ~ ~} I I !Ill reverse. * With proper attachments "" s°lves II;Y yard care pr°blems" ° Free Two black aces and two black eights is known as "The Dead Man's Hand" because that was the hand which Wild Bill Hickok was holding when he was shot. PAXTON, FLORIDA t I