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!SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. UBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. iFLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1976 PAGE 5 lid OLYMPICS PARTICIPANTS -- front row, from Joe Steele, Jerome Carr and Chip Vickers; left, Jeff Anderson, Marcus Mays, Shawana Anthony, Teresa Coon, Beverly DeVaughn, and third row, from left, Bo Caldwell, Larry Miller, and Gene Cook; fourth row, from left, Tommy Bryant, Connie Caldwell and Dale Parker. Tea- Mr. Eugene Birge , Mrs. Addle Mae Miller Jean Hamilton. Competes In Olympics City School students, m the county-wide May 7 in An- tS- from FCS with liss Gloria Jean Among the competitive events were softball throw, running events, broad jump, high jump and swimming. Students from FCS and W. S. Harlan in Lock- hart walked off with most of the first place ribbons. Addle Mae Mil- Florala City School has rea- Eugene Birge's son to be proud of their spe- cial education groups. Gomillion Honored Cola Party Gomillion, who Cum Laurie College last honored with a May 13, home of Mrs. were cen- red rose, Gomillion's Alpha Omicion refreshments Hutcheson and Renee', included sandwiches cake, the gala raduate's too- Mrs, Betty Gomtllion and Miss Beratta Go- million, both of Florala; Mrs. George Holder, Mrs. Wayland Harrison and Mrs. Arnold Woodham, also of Florala; Mrs. Nolan Laird and Mrs. Eugene Birge of Lockhart; and two other graduating seniors from Huntingdon, Miss Linda Sulli- van of Opp and Miss Margaret McCrakin of Fayette, Alabama. - PERSONAL. Mrs. Oree Johnson and Pat, Mrs. Lela Lacey and Mike, have returned afere vis returned after visiting in Camp Hill, Penn. They also visited in Washington, D. C. AND BEAUTY AID Sale Prices Good Thru May 22nd. b FIXODENT ENTURE ADHESIVE CREAM 2 1/2 OZ. SIZE HOLDS DENTURES TIGHT $ aSon Stainless Steel IlK o BL 5 count mt~ Pkgs. $ For HALO SHAMPOO I I OZ. SIZE AFTER HQUR DORANT ' 5 OZ. SIZE FOR $ O0 ~,m4rs ovon Pulmonary Function Program A Pulmonary Function Test- lng Program will be held in Florala, Wednesday, May 26, 1976 at the old National Guard Armory. The program is spon- sored by The Alabama Lung Association. Dr. Juanita Mc- Donald, Covington County Christmas Seal Chairman, is in charge of arrangements. The purpose of the program is to identify persons with early Chronic Obstructive Lung Dis- ease. The earlier lung disease is found, the easier it is to treat. The test is simple, painless and takes only 10 minu- tes. Preceeding the test, a short medical questionnaire is taken. Then the person is re- quired to blow into a machine that electronically records their vital capacity. Pulmonary Function Tests will be given on the 26th from 10:00 A.M. until noon, 2:00 P.M. until 4:30 P.M. A Better Breathing Class will be conducted for persons who have breathing difficuRies from h00 P.M. to 2:00 P.M. Dr. McDonald said, "Every- one in Covington County, age 18 and over, is invited to get a free Pulmonary Function Test. Re- member that date, May 26th at the Florata old National Guard Armory. Both services are provided through Christmas Seals." THESE ELEVEN PRACTICAL NURSING STUDENTS completed their one year training pro- gram at MacArthur State Technical College on Friday, May 7 and were honored with an impres- sive Pinning Ceremony. They are now eligible to take the State Nursing Board Examination for licenses. MacArthur Tech admits three classes of practical nursing students each year and approximately forty persons are granted diplomas in Practical Nursing at the annual graduation exercises in September. Students are front row, from left, Candace Ellis, Opp; Evelyn Carter, Opp; Maria Siinson, Opp; and Rudolph Byrd, Daleville. Back row, from left, Olivia Ganous, Opp; Faye Moody, Luverne; Rebecca Lewis, Luverne; Dexter Williamson, Glenwood; Danette Norris, Florala; Mary Oglesby, Glenwood; June Napier, Level Plains. I EBENEZER BAPTIST TO HOLD MONTHLY SING The regular monthly sing at Ebenezer Baptist Church, 5 miles north of Laurel Hill, will be held on Saturday night, May 22 at 7:00 p.m. Special group singers will be there. Everyone is welcomed tothis christian fellowship. FCS OFFERS PRE- SCHOOL READINESS FIRST BAPTIST KINDERGARTEN, pictured, from left, are Stacl Twitchell, Dewayne Geohagan, Dafni Greene, Matthew Perry, Carol Williamson, Susan Williamson, Jeff Zorn, Scott Schofield. Not pictured, Kerry Robertson. FOR AREA The Floraia City School will offer four weeks of pre-school readiness for area youngsters who will be six years of age on or before October 2rid, of the year in which they enroll in the system. Birth certificates will be a requirement for en- rollment. The four week summer term for pre-schoolers will begin Monday, May 31 and continue through Friday, June 25, 1976, with a daffy schedule five days a week, from 8:00- 12:00. Rescue Squad Report Tri-City Rescue Squad report for May 11 through May 17, 1976, included a total of 16 runs, adding 999 miles on the ambulances and 52 volunteer man hours. Thursday, May 13, was avery lucky day for First Baptist Kin- dergarteners. As Matthew Perry described it, "This is such a special day and tonight wffi be such a special night. I'm almost too excited to stand it." The five and six-year-old children finished up their work for the school year and hurried off to the park for recreation and a picnic. They were ac- companied on this outing by their teacher, Mrs. Freeman Williamson, Carol Williamson, Jan Zorn and Mrs. Glen Zorn. Open House was the big event II Jtnrata tms SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT SOUTH FIFTH STREET FLORALA, ALABAMA 36442 MR. AND MRS. LARRY K. WOODHAM, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION RATES Covington County, Alabama ..................... $5.25 Elsewhere in Alabama ........................ $6.90 Other States ............................... $6.00 ESTABLISHED IN 1900 PUBLISHED WEEKLY ON THURSDAY To All The People Of District I, And Covington County, Florala And Lock - hart Areas. I Thank Each And Everyone Of You For Voting For Me In The Recent Commissioners Race. I Will See You Again In The Next County Commissioners Race, If My Health Is Still Oood And Nothing Happens Because I Want To Be Your Commissioner. Again I Want To Thank Every body For Everything. See You Again In Four Years. Thanks Again Palmer Ellis PD. POt. ADV. BY PALMER ELLIS Kindergarteners Open that night. At 7:00 o'clock proud parents, sisters, grand- parents and other relatives made their way to the First Baptist Educational Building. After the children introduced their families, they enjoyed mingling and chatting about the year's events. As folks finished their refreshments, Mrs. Wil- liamson expressed her thoughts and feelings about the progress the children had made in their social, emotional, and intellec- tual development. The not-so- shy youngsters sang a few of the songs they had learned during the year, and were awarded certificates indicating they had successfully completed a year of kindergarten. One pupil, Jeff Zorn, had perfect atten- dance and earned a special gold star on his certificate. As with all youngsters, their minds im- mediately raced to the next day when they would be welcomed as "big children" at Florala City School, where they would take a readiness test for first grade. The official kindergarten year is over. Lasting friend- ships have been made in addi- tion to the educational values of the program. One more im- porter event linked with the kindergarten will take place Tuesday, May 25, as Mrs. Glen Zorn and Mrs. Freeman Wil- liamson take the group to Dot- han to appear on Miss Becky's television program. Jan Zorn, Carol Williamson and Jeanie Williamson will accompany the group on this thrilling trip. Jeff Zorn will be celebrating his sixth birthday and will be treating his friends to a spe- cial surprise. Parents of children who will be five years old by October 2 are encouraged to contact Mrs. Williamson at 8-6345 or 8-6335 for information con- cerning kindergarten enroll- ment for the fall. 7"hW~. f/~L V 2o-31-2,Z " OOIRm" Sharon Johnson NOW ~PEN 7 DRrf3 I# WEK Winner Of #~ t~o~..' ~J~[/F T#,CP,~T"I Spelling Bee ',...__ Springs sponsored the annual ji~,l~!l~ ~!.= ~;~ Walton County Spelling Bee, Friday, April 30 in the audito- / ~',.~ muNmt rium of Walton High School. , .o~.| ;~'~:" " | Winner of the Elementary~]~ "*" r Bee (grades 4, 5 and 6)was Sharon Johnson, daughter of .... PART 2 Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Johnson of Paxton. Sharon is in Mrs. Martha Pridgen's 5th grade at Paxton. She won a cash award of $15.00. Florala Police Reports Eighteen Arrests The Florala Police Depart- ment reports 18 arrests during the week of May I I through May 17, 1976. They are as follows: County warrants - 2, public drunk - 3, forgery - I, disturbing the peace - 1, driving while into- xicated -.3, assault and bat- tery- 3, no drivers license - I, driving while revoked - 1, resisting arrest - I, assault on a police officer - I, and violation of the Alabama worth- less check act - 1. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF 'S Supplies And Office Located At Ed's Spur Service--Next Door To Dinner Bell. No Job To Large Or To Small Experienced And Liscensed Plumber Phone 8-7062 Or S-8686 Please Vote and Help Elect your friend W. W. (Woodrow) Harper for your next County Commissioner, Opp, District One. QUALIFIED, Woodrow Harper has successfully operated his personal business. COURTEOUS, Woodrow Harper has always tried to treat his fellowman with the same courtesy and respect he would want. CO-OPERA TIFF,, Compatible with Co-workers. If elected he will work in harmony with other county officials to promote our County for the interest of all our citi~ns. WOODROW HARPER has proven himself as a publir sermnt. He is aware of the needs of Covington County. Honor him with the office of County Commissioner and be assured you will be served courteously and efficiently. WOODROW HARPER is both willing and able to help you in any way passible beyond the duties of this office. Those who have known him in the past will attest to this. VOTE FOR YOUR FRIEND W. W. (WOOl)ROW) MAY 25TH P.S. A special thanks to the people in the Fiorala-Lockhart area for your vote and support. THANK YOU (Pd. PoL Adv. by Woodrow Harper, Opp, Alabama)