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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 4 THE FLORALA NEWS-THURSDAY, MAY 11~ aiillllk~ BASKETBALL AWARDS o Pictured from left: Coach Jerry neth Vaughan, Jerome Woodham, Jimmy Owens, Coach Dale Strickland, Fletcher Gibson, Mike Pickron, Willie Brown, Ken- Odom. Banquet Honors 1971-72 FHS Basketball Players The Florala Quarterback Club honored the 1971-72 bas- ketball teams with a banquet on April 15, 1972. Much time and effort was spent in decor- ating the Florala High School Cafeteria for the occasion, by the Florala High School cheer- leaders. After a delicious meal was served, Mr. Robert Harrison, vice president of the Quarter- back Club, serving as toast- master, introduced the persons who were to make special award presentations to the players. These awards were: Most Outstanding Senior for Varsity - Kenneth Yaughan, presented by Mr. William Revell on behalf of the R.C. Cola Company; Re- bounding and Field Goal per- centage - Willie Brown, presen- ted and donated by Curtis Sa- vage; Assists - Robert James, presented and given by Curtis Savage; Sportsmanship- Jimmy Owens, presented by Johnny Smith, on behalf of the Bank of Florala; Free Throw percen- tage - Mike Pickron, present- ed and given by Curtis Sa- vage; Scholastic Award - Mike Pickron, presented by Mr. Charles G. Stevenson, on behalf of the R. C. Cola Company; Most Valuable Varsity Player- Mike Pickron, presented by Coach Dale Odom on behalf of the R. C. Cola Company. Fletcher Gibson was award- ed The Most Valuable "B" team player by Coach Jerry Strickland on behalf of the RC. Cola Company; and Jerome Woodham was presented the Most Valuable Jr. Team Player Award by Coach Vernon Baggett on behalf of the R. C. Cola Company. All varsity basketball players and cheerleaders were pre- sented trophies by Mr. Hubbard Byrd, president of the Quarter- back Club. All seniors received special awards. Students Urged To Take Part In Summer Reading Boys and girls in the Florala City Public Library area are invited to take part in the sum- mer reading program spon- sored by the Cross Trails Re- gional Public Library and the Alabama Public Library Set- rice. Mrs. Muriel Savage, lib- rarian of the Florala City Pub- lic Library, member of Cross Trails Regional Library Sys- tem, said the summer reading program is free and would start in early June. The program is open to all boys and girls in grades 2 through 7. Theme of the reading program is "Join the Library Jet Set". This theme was cho- sen, Mrs. Savage said, because of the numerous possibilities in book selection and its high interest appeal to youngsters. Categories of books include tra- vel, adventure, animals and biG- graphy - both fiction and non- fiction. George Pudzis, Mont- gomery artist, has designed a special modernistic symbol to illustrate the theme of action on land, sea and air. Mrs. Elizabeth Parks Beam- guard, director of the Alabama Public Library Service, said the purpose of the state-wide read- mg program is to provide plan- ned recreational reading for boys and girls in their forma- tive years. She said libraries throughout Alabama are co- operating in the program and reading records are inter- changeable so that a child may complete the program even though he may spend part of the summer away from home. Last year was the first time Alabama had a state-wide summer read- ing program and more than 25,000 youngsters participated. Mrs. Savage said that every child completing the program will be awarded a certificate. Parents are invited to contact her at Florala City Public Li- brary to complete enrollment of their children in the summer reading program. HOMECOMING AT CLEAR SPRINGS SUNDAY, MAY 21 Homecoming services will be held at the Clear Springs As- sembly of God Church, Sunday, May Zl, 1972. There will be morning and evening services. A big lunch will be served at the church following the morn- ing services. The church is located on the Bill Lundy Highway between Crestview and Laurel Hill. Everyone is welcome. ;3t.rata SOU tH FIFTH STREET - FLORALA, LUCILE McRAE ..........PU Second Class Postage Pald at Fiorala, - SUI~CRI-PTION RATES - Covington County, Alabama ............ EIsewhere in Alabama ........... / Other States .............. - ESTABLI$ ....... PUBLISHED WEEKL.Y ~ THURSDAY i i ||11 HAWKINS CONSTRU DOTHAN, ALABAMA TIRED OF RENTING YOU TOO CAN HAVE A NEW HOME WITH PAYMENTS AS A MONTH FOF I NFORMATION CALL COLLECT OR HAWKINS CONSTR P. O. BOX 964 DOTHAN, 792-8523 or 792 8-6002 Florala, Ala. I I Your weed problems used to be simple. Your grass-control herbicide did a good job. So good in fact that it created a beautiful environment for the tough broadleaf we~ds, Like cocklebur. Annual morningglory. Teaweed. Now broadteaves are robbing as much yield as the grasses ever did! Probably more! You need double-action Dyanap. Just piggyback Dyanap over any grass-control herbicide any time from plat,ring to just before bean emergence. Kills seedling weeds on contact• Lurk~ in the ground to knock out late germinating weeds (up to 6 weeks later), l, Use Dyanap as a low-cost but highly rm Pm~YBACK .~s,~,0~ effective pre-emergence herbicide. Come in and let us tell you more about Dyanap from Uniroyal. THIRD GRADE VISITS LIBRARY - A group of T'hlrd Grade boys and girls from the Florala City School made a recent trip to the Florala Memorial Library. Mrs. Muriel Savage was kind enough to open the library at eight o'clock in the morning. The children were delighted with the display of books and enjoyed checking out books. Pictured, front row, left to right: Mickie Wheeler, Sharon Caldwell, Belinda Bryant, Lois Pick- eron, Lisa Wright, Frances Hughes, Angelia Anthony, Shirley Goldsmith, Deborah Cawthon. Second row, from left: Rhett Cason, Roland Brambley, Dewlght Stone, John DeVaughn, John Jackson, Joey Qualls, Randy Boyington, Guy Jackson. Third row, from left: Mrs. Irene Garner, teacher, Tommie Carson, Martha Brambley, Vickie Wheeler, Bobby Weaver, Tommy O'Gara, Gregory Caldwell, Michael Vickers, Marvin Mays and Mrs. Savage, librarian. |1 II iUNIRt]VAL KERR-McGEE FARM CENTER Paxton, florida GOOLSBY FARM SUPPLY Vlorala, Alat~m Poster Contest "Hire A Veteran" Announced A national poster contest for .- high school students with the theme "Hire A Veteran", was announced today by Donald E. Johnson, Administrator of Vet- erans Affairs. Savings Bonds will be award- ed to local and state winners throughout the country. The local and state competitions will eventually produce three national winners who will re- ceive trips to the Nation's Cap- ital in October. Local and state veterans groups and other service organ- izations will be asked to par- ticipate in the contest in their localities Johnson said. The three National winners will be Johnson's personal guests at the annual Veterans Day national observance at Ar- lington National Cemetery on Monday, October 23. Johnson is Chairman of the President's Veterans Day National Commit- tee. The national winner~ as VIPS will be treated to other awards and events while in Washington. Johnson is enlisting the aid of State Governors and Com- missions of Education. Infor- mation is being mailed to school principals so that the contest can get underway promptly when schools open after the summer vacation. Students (in grades 9 12) in public, parochial, and private schools are eli- gible. Poster sizes will be restricted to 17 x 27. inches. Administrator Johnson pointed out that the Veterans Administration has been instru- mental in bringing thousands of veterans and prospective em- ployers together at Job Marts Wildcoon Hunt To Be Held Friday The Okaloosa Cat and Coon- hunters Association of Crest- view, Fla., will hold a Buddy Hunt, Wildcoon Hunt, on Fri- day night, May 26. All coon hunters and coon hunters' friends are invited to attend. There will be no entry fee charged and a trophy will be awarded to the high scoring dog. The club house is located at Holt, Florida, and the meet- ing will begin at 7 p.m. For further information con- tact Mr. Ray Nail in Crest- view, phone 682-468~. The trophy which will be awarded by the club will be donated to the club by AVCO Financial Services of Crestview. throughout the country. While responsibility for assisting vet- erans in finding jobs rests with the Department of Labor, the total welfare of the veteran and his family is of prime con- cern to VA which is the larg- est employer of veterans in Government. Recent hirings by VA have averaged about 1,000 a month. Johnson said that he hopes during their summer vacation students will give thought to the poster contest even sketching their ideas in preparation for the return to school and the start of the contest. HOMECOMING TO BE OBSERVED AT MAGNOLIA BAPTIST Homecoming will be observed by the Magnolia Baptist Church next Sunday, May ~.1. There will be no Sunday School. Everyone is invited to attend the morning worship services at 11 o'clock. Dinner on the grounds will be served at the noon hour. Activities for the afternoon will include fellowship and sing- ing. 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