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3E SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS- THURSDAY, MAY 29, '1975 PAGE 7 TO LOOK AHEAD ,re'$ hoping your Future with cess and IPpiness J.A. DUNICAM, OWIC|R it smile and make it laugh. misery and oppression. It's You. Bank Of FIorala to our gradsl a healthy of success, a of good cheer wishes for future! Kenneth Brooks, Owner ave a Very happy, rewarding ture. ADAM:) OWNER AND MANAGER -- 0 0 -~Im,- 00 ~qlli~- ton Commencement Planned For June 1i The Baccalaureate Service for Paxton High School's 1975 graduating class will be held Sunday evening, June 1, 7:30 p.m., in the school auditorium. Rev. Tucker Aplin, pastor of the Chapel Hill Baptist Church will deliver the sermon. Other ministers in the area will par- ticipate on the program include the Reverends Ed Neeley and James Williamson. Mr. Seymour Gitenstein of the Gitenstein Foundation, will be present at the Sunday evening service to make scholarship awards. Commencement exercises for Paxton's thirty graduating seniors will be held Wednesday evening, June 4, in the school auditorium, at 8:00 P.M. Wal- ton County School Superinten- dent John E. Baldwin, will award the diplomas. Members of the Walton County School Board TROY PLANS GRADUA TION FOR JUNE 6 Troy State University will award diplomas to its larg- est graduating class in history at spring commencement ez- ercises June 6. TSU's 88th graduating class includes 1,243 candidates for degrees -- the largest ever, according to Registrar Jeff Mc- Claim That is an increase of more than 15 per cent over the 1973- 74 school year and means that Troy State will again have the third-largest graduating class among Alabama colleges and universities. This year's graduating class includes 866 candidates for Bachelor's degrees, 248 can- didates for Master's and 123 candidates for Associate de- grees. U.S. Senator James B. Al- len, a native of Jasper, will deliver the commencement ad- dress at 10:30 a.m. in Smith Hall Auditorium. Montgomery Mayor Jim Ro- binson will deliver the com- mencement address for the TSU-Montgomery graduates at 7:30 p.m., on June 6 in the newly decorated Blue-Gray. Room at the Whitley campus. The TSU Registrar listed the following graduates and can- didiates for degrees from Cov- ington County: Associate Degree: Brenda Kathleen Courson; Bachelors Degrees: Jane Elizabeth Ba- tes, Marsba Jackson, Booth, Kathy Ann Chesser, Larry Winston Cross, Linda Evans Crnm, Brenda Bess Dauphin, Billy Steven Dubose, DerekSte- yen Dubose, Jimmy Ray Glis- son, Robert Thomas Griffin, Jr., Vincent Jerome Ham, Rhonda Marie Holmes, Myra Lynne Mills, Janie Benton No- len, George Cary Page, Warren Alonza Pelham, Glenn Ray Wor- ley, Martha Sue Wyatt; Masters Degrees: David Verlan Ashe, Ralph Alvin Earnest, James Larry Holmes, Sally Bowden Lancaster. ' ~ThtTJ 7g#RS.MRV -PeR q 1)gt,'s'- "'.1~,1~ F11TUM" / D ZIs/ C//fl D . -to be a McCullochl . -~ wlLo ~c cut~X~sr t, tt .,,,e, -- -- -- I{ILYO onE98n JON VOIGHT MAXIMILIAN SCHELL .... District have been invited to be present. School Principal Da- vid E. Drake. has invited all parents of graduating seniors, faculty, and friends of the Pax- ton School, to attend both of these miportant services. Mrs. Martha Pridgen is the Senior Class Sponsor. Bm'cal,,re, le Pl, ttned For J,ne 1 Laurel Hill Sets Grad.ation E. er " "ise." s For June 6 The Laurel Hill School Ludlam. For her topic, Diane Baccalaureate Service is set will speak on "Potential Un- for Sunday, June 1, at the First limited" and Leisa will speak Baptist Church in Laurel Hill, on "We Have A Dream". Florida, beginning at 6:00 p.m. The Senior Class will bring The Invocation will be given the special music by singing by the Rev. Charles Dyess with their class song "A Time For Friday, May 30, the Seniors at Laurel Hill will participate in Seniors Day. This is a spe- cial day for all seniors, as they read the Class Will and Testa- ment, Prophecies, and Class History. After special honors IDA HT 8 French Fries, Salad COFFEE OR TEA Club Steak Or Perch Fish 0000 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK the Rev. Harold Thomas gay- Us," followed by the presenta- for the seniors, the juniors will 5:00 o.m. TO 9:00 p.m. cial speaker for the evening will Morris Rogers. lowing, all seniors will be hon- be the Rev. James W. Boyd. ~ o /~ ored with a special tea in the As a special feature of the ~~)v y:o//~//~ Home Economics Department. service, Leisa Ludlam, gra- duating senior, will present the [~~V PERSONAL special music, a song she wrote v herself. YOUING 5 IFE Graduation exercises will be Mr. and Mrs. Rhoice Tyner held on Friday night, June6be- have returned from Bossier ginning at 7:00 p.m. in the High City, Louisiana where they vi- School Gymnasium. Thirty-se- ~ sited in the home of Mr. and yen seniors will be graduating. ~U Mrs. C. H. Simmons. ~ ~ O ~ -- -- O This year Okaloosa County ~ALTH ~ HALTH t nil I II began something new. Instead ,- pLLtC,OO~ COO~ O~ ~AW, of having a Valedictorian and aa s nA~L~ "r~eA~" oZ~eA~,~E~, Salutatorian, they have Top u~.TtV~vp MUS.~O~A~e A H~.ALTHFUL F-OOD,. (.O&JTAtI',J~G Honor Students and Honor Stu- VALUA~I-E ~qt/T~',._~'~.~, ~O dents. The two honor students ~A~ ~ ~,~ L~S$~. are Diane Davidson and Leisa Ioo ~A~RI~ ~ eou~o.' We hand to you the responsibility for your world- the future- we know you'll succeed. EVANS BROWN-SERVICE, FUNERAl, HOME I Let's start our Seniors off right - Come by MOODY DRUG'S for a fine selection of gifts from the very unusual to the practical. ur ures l ine$$ o opnn Dealer Since 1925 We have gilts and Girls Alike We also stock Hallmark Graduation cards for the Graduate COMPANY uccess oro's Your ill