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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. nAGE 4 THE FLORALA NEWS-THURSDAY, Carson Williams Dale White Willie Mac Washington Salonia Washington No.~ia Washington Melissa Thorn Danny Thomas Pat Strickland Melinda Robertn Kemp Schofield Wyman Russell Ann Davis Reeves Rmdy Rank.= Dennis Poole Mike Pridgen Donald prater Rocer Paul Sissy Leigh Thorn Nobles 3teve Mixon Corn Lee Miller Jimmy Marsh Rick Lowery Jerry Lindner Rhonda Ledden Romtie Jordan Barney Randy Hall lames Golden ]erry Fillingame Mike Fleming Wayne Foley Patsy Adams f'ree Paul ,2ox Lynn Carter Tommy Ben Baldwin Connie Adams MAY YOUR FUTURE FILLED WITH SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Staggers II I Paxton High $˘hoo! "~ David Maloy. GRADUATION HELD FOIl LA • . Day sang one song fol- lowed by leaders Laquertor Jones, Rhonda Jones, Cathy HILL VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPAR Hawthorne, Willie Sasser, Tim Gt&du&tioa CI Graduation Exercises Thursday Night, June 1 at 8 P.M. MALOY MEMORIAL SING EVENT AT ENON SUNDAY The Maloy Memorial Sing at Enon was featured on Sunday, May 21. The elected chairman, A. Y. Day, called the house to order by singing three songs. Prayer was led by Fred Kelly. Willie Johnson sang three songs followed by J. C. Walden singing two songs. Mack Jones, J. C. Wicker, E. J. Day, B. C. Maloy, Ruby Bass, Marvin Smith, Afford Jones, all led in songs before recess. Chairman Day called the house back into order by sing- ing one song. The next leaders were Donna Jones, J. M. Prig- den, J. H. Aplin, Michell Jones, B. M. Robbins, John Rhodes, Wynette Allen, Wanda Sasser, W. D. Bryan, Lola Horton, Fred Kelly, Tallie Cockcroft, T. E. Porter and Mrs. J. M. Prig- den. At noontime dinner was served. B. C. Maloy and Dou- glas Powell gave the welcome address. Table was Izraced by WE PROUDLY SALUTE THE CLASSES OF 1972 THE FUTURE IS YOURS WITH ALL ITS PROMISES AND REWARDS PAXTON, FLORIDA Jones, Dewayne Hawthrone, Bill Kelly, Carl Sasser, Mrs. Flora Bass, G. L. Sasser, Ford Bul- ger, Henry Sasser. After the afternoon recess songs were led by Mrs. G. L. Sasser, Mrs. T. E. Potter, Mrs. Lottie Meeks, Willie Short, Lois Bazeman, Rebecca Maddox, B. C. Maloy. Chairman Day led in the clos- ing song after which Fred Kelly dismissed with prayer. STATE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE TO BE CLOSED JUNE 5 The Alabama State Employ- ment Service and the Unemploy- ment Compensation Claims Of- fice will be closed on Monday, June 5, for Jefferson Davis' birthday. Normal office hours are 8:30 to 4:30, Monday through Friday. For aquick first aid treat- ment for burns, apply cold water (tap or ice). This helps relieve the pain and prevents blistering and i n f ~ c t i o n. The Laurel Hill Volunteer Fire Department held gradua- tion exercises Tuesday night for eleven members whohad com- pleted the eight hour training TSU ANNOUNCES CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION JUNE 9 Jeff McClain, registrar at Troy State University, has an- nounced the names of 421 Alabama students as candidates for graduation on June 9. The list includes 339 bache- lors degrees and 82 masters degrees. Students from the Covington County area are: Connie Baack Blake, Thomas Craig Clemons, James Thomas Davis, James Vasco Eiland, Jr., Arnold Howard Finkelstein, Johnny O'Neal Godwin, Charles Tim Goolsby, Lou Ann Griffith, James Larry Holmes, Albert Wayne Knox, Natha Lee Middle- ton, Stephen Laurence Smith, James Parmer Syler, Roger Bruce Twitchell. Masters Degree: James Ar- thur Nettles. course under the supervision o1 The Florida Forest Service. Receiving certificates were: T. J. Jones, Gene Clary, George W. Campbell, Homer Davis, James E. Smith, Wayne Sim- mons, H. C. Peters, W. A. McGowan, John W. Harrison, R. J. Brown and Fire Chief, Douglas Rogers. Brown was also lauded for being a member , of the Florida Forest Service and a member of the Volunteer Fire Department. On hand for the occasion were: John Nesbitt, District Forester of Milton, Jerry Laws, Forest ranger supervisor of Okaloosa and East portion of Santa Rosa counties, and Aaron Jordan, re- gional Forester of Tallahassee. The eight hour training cov- ered fire fighting in general and in particular, map reading, op- eration and care of hand tools, operation of brush fire trac- tors, and Arson investigation. BEST OF LUCK IN THE FUTURE CHAIN SAWS. LAWN MOWERS II I The courses at the request of Rogers. plans for aid course in theForest service The Forestry the group they sistance ities in fighting in their areas• without the asS: would be in troubl~ with a rash of out at once. In addition to cates, each ber of the ceived a shoulder hand book on fires. Make your bath oil by a drops of your fume to baby oi: Doctor in the Kitchen by Laurence M. Hursh, M D. '1 Consultant, National Dairy CoOne • Do you know what the four food groups are? They are the milk group, the meat group, vege- tables and fruits, and enriched or whole grain breads and cereals. Include these in your daily meals, in the recommended amounts, and you and your family will en- joy good nutrition. Remember -- the four food groups, daily. • A recent study shows that aver- age calcium consumption for girls and women, ages 9 through 64, is at least 20 percent less than is recommended and ranges as high as 30 percent, especially for wo- men after 35. This doesn't mean all women are that low in cal- cium, but it does mean some wo- men get even less. Are you a calcium delinquent? Drink milk. • Regular outdoor exercise is good for you. Remember too that proper rest and relaxation are a must. Another essential part of fitness is nourishing food. Enjoy the basics of a balanced diet every day. Plan your meals around a wide variety of foods. • Too many people diet, then gain, the diet again, and then gain with almost inevitable regu- larity. Some doctors refer to this as the "yo-yo syndrome" because the weight goes up, then down, It is hard on your metabolism, and l probably damaging to your body. See your get program of weight need to, and habits. • We all need prote to build and repair sues. It also hel: and to fight tein foods include, poultry, eggs, milk ducts (especially beans and peas, nuts, breads and • A fourth meal each idly becoming an of meal planning. can't get enough three meals. are the answer. snack that helps sters' need for and vitamin A is a One cup of milk, of ice cream, and basic recipe. • When you get supermarket, do you put your food away keep cool? Food retailers work in the best You should, too. tables, then along with and fish. Keep and out of sunlight. r~¸.