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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE6 THE FLORALA NEWS- THURSDAY, MAY On Saturday evening, May 12, the annual Florala High School Band Banquet was held at 7:30 p.m. in the Florala High School Cafeteria. After the invocation by vice- president Terry Hamilton and the welcome by president Den- nis Gibbs, those attending en- joyed a delicious meal of baked ham, candied yams, green beans, apple rings, hot rolls, coffee or tea, and apple pie ala-mode. Following the meal Band Di- rector Henry Apperson recog- nized seniors Dennis Gibbs, Terry Hamilton, Thalon Hobbs, Martha Killingsworth, Kenneth Kimbril, Donis Scheffer, and Tim Willis for their achieve- ment and years of service in the F.H.S. Band. Band pre- sident Dennis Gibbs then pre- sented the Honorary Band Mem- ber Award to Wayne Brooks for his outstanding contribution to the band during the past year. Mr. Apperson then presented this year's Special Awar s. this year's Special Awards. They are Outstanding Musi- cian - Terry Hamilton and Gin- ger Ward; Outstanding Leader- ship - Dennis Gibbs; Most Im- proved Band Member- Ginger Ward, and Outstanding Contri- bution - Thalon Hobbs. Dr. James Denney presented the Arian Award to Dennis Gibbs on behalf of the Florala- Lockhart,Rotary Club. Mr. Thomas Stafford, repre- senting Art's Music Shop, pre- sented a special award to Den- nis Gibbs as the most outstand- ing musician in his district. Mr. Stafford then spoke brief- ly on his experiences as a high school band member. Mr. Rex Henderson installed the Band Booster Club officers for 19'/3-74. They are Don Bradley president; John West - vice president; secre- tary - Muriel Savage, and trea- surer - Jim Walker. Mr. Henderson expressed ap- preciation for the help and sup- port of the parents in the Band Booster Club during the past year. He encouraged the same kind of support from the or- ganization for the new officers in the coming year. On this note the banquet was ended with a good time had by all. BAND ,SENIORS - ~hOWn left to right are Kenneth Kimbrill Thalcn Hobbs, Tim Willis, Dennis Gibbs, Martha Killingsworth, ATTENDED FHS BAND BANQUET - Dr. James Denney, left, made Arian Award presentation, Mrs, Henry Apperson (Phyllis) and Band Director Henry Apperson who made a number of special awards. i ; i iiill i~iI~ i~! ; :~i~ ~i // The driver of a passenger automobile rarely crowds a. big truck off the road. A hick town is where an individual develops charac- ter instead of reputation. SPECIAL MUSICIANSHIP AWARD presented by Art's Music Shop representative Thomas Stafford (right) to Dennis Gibbs. 42" Round table with 4 swivel chairs. PC. DINETTE Reg. $149.95 NOW OO GROUP OF LAMPS 50% OFF CHROMCRAFT 7 PC. DINETTE Reg $2s9.9s .ow 95 GROUP OF END TABLES REDUCED 1 only at this price SWING & STAND REG. $49.95 NOW 99s 30" with clock & 60 minute timer with see-thru oven. N!~w. $299.95 USED MAGIC CHEF now Topp USED 1 0 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR ,.w 9s now Includes adjustable spring crib with olastic teething rails, waterproof matt., steel framed play pen set w/pad and high chair 9 5 PC. NURSERY GROUP .... EUREKA UPRIGHT VACUUM CLEANER Reg. $49.95 NOW covered in heavy duty expanded vinyl Reg. $79.95 O O 3 POSITION RECLINER now Simmons Posture Rest Rel. $129.95 crafted with hundreds of inner-locked form- fitting, resillient steel coils. Both sides are lavishly quilted with no annoying MATTRESS & BOXb"""s" Box sp ng provides perfect sup FLORALA, ALABAMA PHONE 8-1 5 6 5 Donis Scheffer, and Terry Hamxlton. FHS BAND BOOSTER CLUB OFFICERS 1973-7~1, left to right, are treasurer Jim Walker, secretary Muriel Savage, president Don Bradley. Not pictured vice president John West. AWARD WINNERS - left to right are Thalon Hobbs - Outstanding Contribution, Honorary Band Member, Ginger Ward - Outstanding Musician, Most Improved Terry Hamilton - Outstanding Musician, Dennis Gibbs - Leadership Award. Florala Police Report According to Florala Police reports, thedepartment answered 39 calls during the past week, and investigated four accidents. The night patrolmen found two doors left open after business hours. Patrolman Hartzog and acting Chief Jackson i recovered one stolen car during the week, saidto have been stolen in Kentucky. No arrest was made in con- nection with the stolen auto. 15 arrests were made during the week involving three for driving while intoxicated, one for improper muffler, one for no drivers license, two for public drunkness, one for assault & battery, one for highway drunkness, one for reckless driving, one for improper turn, two for disturbing the peace while drunk, and two were picked up on warrants. Code of the week - Obedience to Police Officers: "No person shall willfully fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order or direction ofanypolice officer invested by law with authority to direct, control, or regulate traffic." Title 36, Sec. 58 (47). By Cpl Jimmy Thompson Acting Chief of Police, Paul Jackson COG TO BE HELD AT OPEN POND JULY 2.20 COG '73 is a ne designed for the area who have emotional Children On the summer day '/-12, which will Pond, near AndalUS hours will be 9 Monday - Friday, three week 20. Campers will atte tire session in order the full program fits. Regular day vities (kickball, be used to teach and physical child's level. For further please contact sonl South Central Mental Health Box 62'/, AndaluSia, 222-7043, 222-7132. Modern children have a hard time bringing their par- ents Up-to-date. The best people in every community go to churcl'u Ever wondered why? The business expert is usually able to put most of his work on the office help. THE STATE OF ALABAM~k, COVINGTON COUNTY IN CIRCUIT COURT, IN EQUITY Case No. 8878 Fisher Hardward Company Complainant vs. Home Se- curity Corporation & Georgia Irene Segrest 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 her post office address is un- known, and further that in the belief of said affiant, the De- fendant is of the age of twenty- one years; it is therefore order- ed by the Register that publica- tion be made in the Florala News a newspaper published in Covington County, Alabama once a week for four consecu- tive weeks, requiring the said Georgia Irene Segrest to plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint in this cause by the 1 day of June, 19'/3, or in thirty days thereafter a De- cree Pro Confesso may be tak- en against him. Done at office in Andalusia, Ala., this the 24 day of April, 1973. E. E. King, Register 5-3-4tc PROBATE COURT THE STATE OF ALABAMA, COVINGTON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of Alto F. Lunsford Deceased. Letters Testamentary as Ex- ecutor of the Will of Alto F. Lunsford deceased, having been granted to the undersigned on the 13th day of March 19'/3 by the Hon. Leland Enzor Judge of Probate of said County, no- tice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same within the time allowed by law, or the same will be barred. /s/Dora Lee Lunsford- 5-3-3tc FOR SALE - Sears copper- ~one electric range, 2 years service policy, used only 1 1/2 months. See PATTY CLARY after 4 p.m. or call 8-0365. 5-17-1tc MARTIN'S - Refrigerator and household appliances repaired. W. O. MARTIN.~ Phone 8-'/801. 5- l'/-tfc REDUCE safe and fast with GoBest Tablets & E-Yap "wa- ter pills". BOOTH'S DRUG. 5-17-6tpd HOUSE FOR SALE - 5 rooms. 2 lots. Big utility building. Located in Svea Community. Contact N.M. HUSSIE, Route 2, Laurel Hill, Florida. 5-17-1tpd NEW IMPROVED "Zippies", the great iron pill now with Vitamin C. BOOTH'S DRUG. ~-l'7-6tDd FOR SALE - Mobile home 12x60; 3 bedroom, air conditioning, washer, utility house, low monthly payments. Call Paxton 4-8007 after 4 p.m. AIsoBMW- 1964. 250 cc. Call Paxton 4-800'/after 4 p.m. 5-10-2tc WELDING OR BURNING- Call Joey Aplin at 8-0621. 810 North 5th Street, Florala. 5-10-2tN WANTED TO BUY - 2 or 3 bedroom house or lot or acre- age in Florala area. Please call JIM SULLIVAN, #3 Cap- stone Cts., Tuscaloosa 345- 6348 or contact Sullivan Fur- niture Co. 5-10-tfc FOR SALE - Restricted bt~ilding lots in Pridgen 2nd addition to Paxton. 10 per square foot. Lots 100x200 - also lots 90x 200. See or call R.' E. or Max R. Pridgen at 4-2462 or 4-2467. 5-10-4tpd DRAPERY OUTLET - 3,000 pairs Made in Evergreen. Cheaper than most chain stores. Located on West Front Street downtown, Evergreen, Alabama. 5-10-tfc COMPLETE LAUNDRY SER- VICE - Pickup Tuesday, de- livery Friday. Pickup Friday and delivery Tuesday. SIXTH AVENUE CLEANERS. 5-10-tfc HELP WANTED: Experienced, dependable cook. Six days, $75.00. Paid Holidays and Vacation. Apply in person. Blue Flame Grill, Opp, Ala. 5-17-1tpd ARMY ANNOUNCES $2500 ENLISTMENT That's on top of the Ar- roy's new starting salary of $307 a month. you must be a high school graduate, enlist for either Armor, Artillery, Infantry or a special skill area like Radio Tel6type or Missile Repair, and successfully complete your Basic and Advanced Individual Training. your local Army Repre- sentative has a complete list of bonus jobs and qual ifications. Call 534-1722. Today's Army want s to join you. This offer may change or be discontinued at any time dependi~ag on Army manpower requirements. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Serving the South Since 1946 with Fine Quality Fencing Ilurricane Chainlink Fencing Cypress & Cedar Private Fences FREE ESTIMATES GENE GOMILLION OWNER RE$. PHONE 222-1062 1709 E. ~I-NOTCH ST. OFF. PHONE 222-2025 ANDALUSIA. ALA. 36420 LOST - Black Daschund with brown feet. Male answers to name of Rudy or Rudolph. Last seen in front of Casey's Quik Plk Saturday afternoon. Re- ward offered. Call 8-1004. 5-1'/- ltc IF Jesus came onSunday, where would you be? Think about it. The Church is God's house. Do You love him? 5-17-1tpd FLUFFY soft and bright are carpets cleaned with Blue Lus- tre. Rent electric shampooer $I. GREAT DAY, INC. 5-17-Itc WANTED TO BUY Game Bantums or Bantum hens. Chance evenings I STILL HAVE berries. Plan to through FridaY. WOODS. FOR SALE - 1 u~ frigerator, I Electric stove, tion. 1 used cola machine and hine. Contact Mr. Sims Grocery. IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with roaches, ants, rats, mice, or water bugs, call 8-1'/65 in Flor- ala, or 493-4336 collect inOpp. ATOMIC EXTERMINATOR of.- fers bonded and insured termite control. The number to call is 8-1765, Florala. 1 O- i Z-tic HANDIMAN - I it truck and tools. for you. Call Dan at 8-8504. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT SINGER sewing machines (5). Some still in cartons. These are Singer's latest models. $59. each. NEW STEREO consoles and. components, some with 8 track tapes, Cassettes, Garrardturn- tables. Prices start at $88. for consoles, $69.95 for com- ponenets. ELECTRA - LUX vacuum cleaners $49.59 each. BEDROOM SETS (brand new) $89.95 each; (3) NEW LIVING ROOM SETS $89.95. each. CASH or TERMS: Unclaimed Freight, 1511 S. Oates St., Do- than, Ala. - 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. 3 -l-tfc FOR SALE - Pianos. 100 pia- nos from which to s~lect. Rebuilts, trade-ins, and new Spinets, Just say - Charge it. $195.00 and up. HARPER FUR- NITURE CO., Evergreen, Ala- bama. 8- 3 tic LOSE WEIGHT with New Shape Tablets and Hydrex Water Pills. MOODY DRUG COMPANY. ' 3-29-8tpd FOR SALE - cared for WelC] Shetland pony wi Ideal for young Paxton 4-4834. S~- MaN. TU M y. YOU SEEN UNTIL Y01 CHAIN SAW AND LAWN MOWER REPAIRS ALL WORK GUARANTEED ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL LAWN MOWERS AND SAW Woodrow Adams SALES AND SERVICE PAXTON, FLORIDA