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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 2 THE FLORALA NEWS: THURSDAY, MARCH !~!~!iii:!!i!ii!!!i~; i Phillips To Celebrate 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Phil- lips will celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary Sunday, March 19 at their home. Open house will be held from two until four o'clock. Friends and relatives are cordially in- vited. Mrs. Chance Complimented On Birthday Frances Chance entertained several friends on her mother's 85th birthday on Saturday, March 10. Her mother, Mrs. C. M. Chance, of Route One, Florala, is very active for her age and participates in all com- munity activities. Included in the celebration were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mur- ray, Mrs. Tip Clary of Route One, Florala, Mrs. Hazel Gre- sham of Opp and Mr. and Mrs. Willard of Birmingham. • • • MISS GIBSON ~~~ Gibson-Robbins Rites Birth Announcements Planned For May Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Gibson announce the engagement of her daughter, Karen Gwendo- lyn, to Douglas Robbins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit V. Rob- bins, St., of Opp, Alabama. Miss Gibson is the daughter of the late Fletcher Gibson of Florala, Alabama, Miss Gibson is the grand- daughter of Mrs.'Lula J. Wil- son of Andalusia, Alabama, and the late Charles Wilson and of the late Mrs. Beatrice Gib- son of Florala , Alabama, and the late Thomas M. Gibson, Sr., of Columbus, Georgia. She is a graduate of Florala High School and is presently attending Troy State University, where she is a junior majoring in elementary education. Her so- cial sorority is Phi Mu, and at present she is serving as se- cretary. She is a little sister of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity: Mr. Robbius is the grandson of Mrs. R. E. Floyd of Opp, Alabama, and the late Mr. Floyd, and of Mrs. Jack Robbins, also of Opp, Alabama, and the late Mr. Robbins. He graduated from Opp High School and from Enterprise State Junior College. He is pre- sently a senior at Troy State University and is majoring in B,miness Administration and Management. His social frater- nity is Pi Kappa Phi. Heis em- ployed in Ozark, Alabama as manager of the Outrigger, a men's store. The wedding is planned for May 7 in the First United Methodist Church, Florala, Ala- bama. No formal invitations are being sent locally, but all friends and relatives are in- vited. MISS BALLARD SELECTED F OR "WHO'S WH0 " Miss Barbara Ann Ballard of 1)axton, Florida, was among 15 students recently selected by Okaloosa-Walton Junior Col- lege to be listed in the 1971- 72 Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges. In order to be nominated to Who's Who a student must be a sophomore who has made an outstanding contribution to the College community. Selection is made on the bsais of scholar- ship, leadership, and partici- pation in extra-curricular act- ivities. Barbara Ann Ballard is the daughter of Mr. an~ Mrs. Clifford Ballard. ASSEMBLY OF GOD SPECIAL SERVICE The First Assembly of God Church of Florala will be having a special service Sunday night 'March 19, 1972. Guest speaker will be the Rev. J. Gene Adkins of Pensacola, Florida. Rev. Adkins is a for- mer pastor of First Assembly in Florala. Along with Rev. Adkins the Songmasters Quartet will be singing your favorite songs. Pastor Raymond Taylor in- vites everyone to attend this special service. The church is located at 1721 West Fifth Ave- nue. Service time is 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Donald 1)ickron (nee Celest Donaldson) are hap- py to announce the birth of a baby daughter, Christie Mi- chelle, born Saturday, March 4, 1972. The new arrival tipped the scales at six pounds and four- teen ounces. Happy grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Donaldson and Mr. and Mrs. Burin Pickron. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Helms (former Dawn Wheeler) of Flo- rala are the proud parents of a baby boy, born Tuesday, March 7 at one p.m. The newborn weighed in at seven pounds and two and one-half ounces and was named Patrick O'Brien. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Billy Helms of Lockhart and Mrs. Mattie Wheeler, all of Florala. GRACE BAPTIST BUS SERVICE. • The Grace Baptist Church has purchased a 36 passenger bus and has entered the bus min- istry. This bus has a present route which covers most of the west side of Florala. The route will be expanded when other interested persons attend the services. The bus runs for all regular services. Anyone interested in attend- ing the services at Grace Baptist Church who needs transportation should contact the pastor at 8-2112 or just stop the bus anywhere on the route. Present attendance indicates a second bus may soon be.need- ed, stated Roy C. Maddox, pas- tor. MY NAME IS BEING USED IN A PIECE OF CAMPAIGN LITERATURE BEING AILED TO VOTERS BY A CANDIDATE FOR LOCAL OFFICE. THE USE OF MY NAME WAS WITHOUT MY AUTHORIZATION, KNOWLEDGE OR CONSENT,. Leland Enzor Probate Judge PD. POL. ADV. BY LELAND ENZOR, ANDALUSIA, ALABAMA • • . MISS DAVIS Mary Francis Davis To Wed Jimmy Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Jasper "Jack" Davis of Laurel Hill announce the engagement and forthcom- ing marriage of their daughter, Mary Frances (Frankie) to Jim- my Elwyn Johnson, son of Mrs. James Tindell and the late James E. Johnson of Laurel Hill. Miss Davis is a graduate of Laurel Hill High School and Douglas McArthur State Tech- nical Institute, where she com- pleted a course in Cosmetology. Mr. Johnson is also a gra- duate of Laurel Hill High School and is presently employed with the Vitro Corporation at Eglin A.F.B. The wedding is set for April 21 at 7 o'clock in the evening at the First Baptist Church in Laurel Hill. No invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives of both families are invited. BICYCLE SAFETY RODEO PLANNED • ....... IN COVINGTO ..... ...... ..... ';.~i~ .. " ,,~ ..., ..... ,. . A Bicycle safety Rodeo will be staged for all 4-H club mem- bers of Covington County, Thursday, March 16, 9:30 a.m. at the Andalusia Coliseum. The purpose of this event is to teach Covington County youth NO._, safe riding skills and basic traffic rules. Most of the laws concerning correct bicycle riding also per- tain to driving an automobile. Today when "having a set of wheels" is no longer a luxury, young people learning safe rid- ing practices will move easily to the driving of a more power- ful piece of equipment. Four-H members and parents from all over Covington County are encouraged to come to this special event. Beginning at 9:30 a.m., 4-H'ers will learn the basic rules of the road and then view a film on Bicycle Safety. Following the film, a discussion and demonstration will be pre- sented on the mechanical con- dition of bicycles. All the skill in the world could not assure a rider's safety if the bicycle he is riding is in poor mechanical condition and im- properly equipped. Following the safety demon- strations the safety contest will begin. Riders will be judged on both skill and safe operation. For more information call the, County ExtensionService. 222-3712. Alabama Wins Honors Alabama Power Company won top honors in the Birmingham Advertising Club's 1971 awards competition. The company's advertising campaign about the electric operations was named "Best of Show,' at the awards" banquet this week at the Par- ltament House. Alabama Power won 27 other awards in the competition, in- eluding 14 first-place awards. The company received more than twice as many awards as the next highest advertiser win- I~er. The first place awards presented to Alabama Power were for advertising in news- IHpers, magazines, television, company public relations, bro- chures, and multi-media. Richard A. Peacock is ad- vertising manager for Alabama Power, and E. L. Holland III 1$ assistant advertising man- ager. Cargill, Wilson & Acree, Bir- mingham, overall agency win- her in the competition, is the Alabama Power advertising ag- PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roberts, Ashley and Dale and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roberts spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy McLeod and family of Cres- tview where they enjoyed a birthday dinner in honor of Roy McLeod. Mrs. William Kilpatrick and sons, Dale and Dean, were Sat- urday night dinner guests of Mrs. C. M. Chance and Frances. Mrs. J. I). McGee and Tim McGee spent the weekend in Warner Robbins, Georgia, with Mrs. McGee's daughter and fa- mily, Mr. and Mrs. Don Young and Steve. Steve had been vis- iting his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Ferrin Cox in Elba and returned to his home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mathis of Paxton attended The South- eastern Pecan Growers Conven- tion in Atlanta Saturday through Tuesday of this week. Tommy is on the board of directors of the Association. While in Atlanta they visited with Allan Mathis and family. Mrs. Otis Mathis and her bro- ther, Mr. "Comer Mathis of Hie- berger attended the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. C. H. Jef- fords, formerly Mary Maude Teal of Clio in Tallahassee, Florida on Wednesday. Mrs. L. D. Dewrell of Lake- worth, Florida came up Thurs- day, March 9 to visit her fa- ther, M. B. Curenton. Her father will be 96-years-old next month and Mrs. Dewrell stated that he was in pretty good health. Ib~1 L If you hear a steaoy thump- ing noise while driving, and can't find the cause, one of your tires may be severely underinflated, possibly the result of a slow leak. Having no incumbent in my 3 (Florala) to run against, I thank each of you for the ment in my candidacy. Also, not, and will not, solicit any telephone. I am meeting the day and night shifts of textile plants, house to house contacts and candidate cards as means of reaching personally. I have retired from farming except cattle-raising. I can give you full time to serving you Commissioner in District Three. Florala District) Remember, I am running county-wide as requires that Commissioners run count' On May 2nd, I hope I am your favorite for Commissioner of the Florala District. appreciate your selecting me as your choice date and mark an (X) in front of my name, @ Make Me Your Next C In District Three (Pd. Pol. Adv. by L. T. Harper, Opp Rt. I TROY STATE UNIVERSITY AT FORT RUCKER P. O. BOX 457 FORT RUCKER, ALABAMA 36360 PHONE : 255-3233/255-4935 SPRING QUARTER 1972 Registration is held in ~lding *5003 from March 1, 1972, through March 24, 1972. Registration must be completed by March 24, 1972. Classes begin March 27, 1972, and end June 9, 1972. UNDERGRADUATE Monday and Wednesday UND~GRADUATE Tuesday and Thxu'sday QT~ QTR COURSE Trn~ ~___ T~E NO__=. COURSE TITLE ~S 175 Principles of Management 5 5:00 - 7:05 133 Gen. Studies in Visual Arts 3 7: 191Principles of Accounting 5 7:10 9:15 175 Principles of Management 5 5[ 251 Principles of Economics 5 5:00 7:05 192 Principles of Accounting (Pre:191) 5 5iI ,271Insurance (finance) 5 5:00 7:05 252 Principles of Economies (Pre:251) 5 7' 353 Money & Banking (Bre:Econ 252) 5 5:00 7:05 261 Principles of Marketing 5 7l 354 Fin. Mgmt. (Pre: Eeon 252) (fin.) 5 7:10 9:15 352 Corporation Finance (Pre:Eeon252) 5 5|' 432 Organization Theory (Mgmt) 5 5:00 7:05 365 Business Stats (Pre:Algebra) 5 7: 462 Advertising (Pre: Mktg 261) (Mktg)5 7:10 9:15 391 Inter. Aectg (Pre:192) (Acctg) 5 7: 464 Mktg. Research (Pre: Mktg 261) 5 5:00 7:05 455 Comp. Eeon Systems (Pre:252)(Eeon) 5 5: ~71 Business Law 1 5 7:10 9:15 471 Business Law I 5 5: 482 Bus. Communication&RptWrlting5 7:10 9:15 472 Business Lawll (Pree:471) 5 7: 281 Orientation to Teaching 3 5:30 6:45 497 Auditing (Pre:Aect.492) (Aectg) 5 101 Composition & Modern Er~lish I 5 7:10 9:15 433 Social Trends & the School 202 Masterworks of Wd. Lit (Pre: 102) 5 5:00 7:05 Currieulum (Pre: Edu 281, Psy 300 3 5: 433 Literary Criticism 5 7:10 9:15 and Admission to Professional Ed. Pro) 102Western Civilization II 5 5:007:05 102 Composition & Modern English II 201U.S. History to 1865 5 5:007:05 (Pre:101) 5 ~: 240Canada 5 5:007:05 201 Masterworks of Eng. Lit (Pre:102) 5 7: 241Hispanic American Beginnings 5 7:109:15 245 English Master Writers II 5 7: 342Re~missance & Reformation 5 7:10- 9:15 311 American Literature I. 5 ~l 211~ Civilization of Greece & Rome 342 Advanced Writing (Pro. Er~ 341) @ ~: 212) I & II (European hist) 56 7:10-10:00 344 Phonetics 53 ~: 405 Urban Geography 7:10 - 9:15 101 Western Civilization I 343 American Political Parties 5 5:00 - 7:05 202 U.S. Since 1865 5 5|` 301 World Religions, East & West 5 5:00 - 7:05 311 The 01d South 5 5: 442 Health Education 5 5:00 - 7:05 403 Recent Europe Since 1900 111 College Algebra (Pre: H.S. Agba) 5 123 Introductory Calculus (Pre: 122) 5 122 Elementary Functions & Coordinate Geometry (Pre: trig) 5 131 Music in Individual Development 3 361Music for the Elementary Teacher (Pro: Music 131) 5 1;44 Private Instraetion in Piano (day and time arranged) 1 115 Private Instruction in Organ (day and time arranged) I 7:10 - 9:15 7:10 - 9:15 5:00 - 7:05 7:10 - 8:25 5:00 - 7:05 XXXX - XXXX XXXX- XXXX 202 Psychological Statistics (Pre: 5 hrs pay) 5 300 Developmental Psychology 5 302 Measurement & Guidance for Elementary & Secondary Teacher (Pre: Psy 300 & admission to Professional Edu Program) 5 7:10 - 9:15 4~2 Social Psychology (Pre: Pay 300) 5 5:00 - 7:05 144 Experimental General Chemistry (Pre: Chm 142) 3 4:30 - 7:05 253 General Physics III (Pre: working knowledge of trig) ~ 7:10 - 9:15 101 Comm. Processes ln VieualArts I 5 7:10 - 9:15 7:10 - 9:15 7:10 - 9:15 5 5:i 414 U.S. 1877- 1919 7: 206 Geography of Latin America 5 300 Sociology in General Studies 5 ~: 331 Family Relations 5 7: 361 Physical Education for the Elementary Teacher (Pro:admission to Professional Ed Program) 5 ~I Trigometry (Pre :Algebra) 5 5|' Mathematics in General Studies 5 7: Mathematics for the Elemsmtary Teacher (Pre:Math 132 & admission to Professional Ed. P~ogram) 5 ,~1 General Psychology 5 Social & Rehabilitation Field Experience (Pre:Psy 230) History & Systems of Psychology (Pre:15 hrs pay) 5 71 100 Human Biology 5 104 General Biology II 5 2~ Earth Science 5 112 132 GRADUATE GRADUATE 558 Fundamentals of G'u:l.danoe 650 Praeticum in Counseling (Pro: Counseling 649 and 20 hours Counseling and Guidance) 530 History of Education 550 Materials and Methods of Educa- tional Evaluation & Measurements 615 Social Foundations of Am. Ed. 691 Methods in Ed. Research 635 Vocational Psychology 637 Stanford-Binet & Others (Pro: Permission of instructor) 5 5:00 - 7:05 5 7:10 - 9:15 5 5:00 - 7:05 5 7:10 - 9:15 5 5:00 - 7:05 5 7:10 - 9:15 5 7:10 - 9:15 5 5:00 - 7:05 642 Group Guidance Procedures 5 649 Theories & Techniques of Counseliz~ (Pre:10 hours counselin~ & ~uid.) 5 602 The Principal & School Admin. 5 605 School Finance & Taxation 5 630 Principles and Programs in Adult Education 5 575 Reading Instrtlctio~ & Problems 5 576 Reading Diagnoses 5 675 Reading Remediation 5 631 Psychological Foundations of Ed. 5 691 Methods in Ed. Reeearch 5 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES OPEN TO GRADUATE S~DENTS U~DERGRADuATE CO~RSES OI'~T 433 Literary Criticism 5 7:10 - 9:15 342 Renaissance & Reformation 5 7:10 - 9:15 300 Developmental Psychology 5 7:10 - 9:15 442 Social Psychology 5 5:00 - 7:05 311 American Literature 311 The 01d South 403 Recent Europe Since 1900 ~14 U.S. 1877 - 1919