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--- ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ~UBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, NEWS-THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1972 PAGE Rainer Sellars Dance Studio To "An Evening of Dance, 1972" 0 '' fDance, 1972 , Mrs. Sellars has choreographed Carol Cox ann ~nawn waru. innualproduction for the Junior and Senior ballet From Kinston: Tanya Baker, AURELIA JONES ~Y Rainer Sellars girls to Hershy Kay's "Cake- Kathy Patterson, Teresa Phil- ~ing, will be pre- walk", based on the Diano music lids. Jill Smith, Kathy Smith, AWARDED MASTERS ursday and Friday of Louis Gottschalk,' an Amer- Joan Stephens, Pattie Workman. OF ARTS DEGREE June 8 and 9, at ican born in New Orleans. Gott- From Opp: Amy Afford, Leah orala HighSchool schalk was one of the first Belcer, Louisa Belcher, Laura Aurelia Kelley Jones was American composers to make Bess, Juddi Cain, Melanie awaraed her Master of Arts students will be use of native musical idioms, Edgar, Wendy Fralish, Jan Degree from the University of hundred eighteen combining Spanish and Car- Gunnels, Sandi Johnson, --Lisa South Alabama, Sunday after- tiCipatin~ in the ibbean rhythms with the cake- Kilcrease, KimNorris, Melissa noon, June 4, 1972 at theMobile Other students are walk figure. . Sorrells, Susan Sorrels, Karla Municipal Auditorium. sin, Kinston, Gen- .~even of the dancers in the Spurlin, Tanya Taylor. SteDh- Attending the commencement ~.bama; Crestview, "Fiesta" ballet are Sonya anie Tisdale, Lisa Annand the President's Reception Iring, Laurel Hill, Moseley, Lisa McDaniel. Car~ Waller, Julia Gunnels, and from this area were her 0~, and Ponce d-e rie Savage, Susan Moody, Sis- Tina Weeks. From Baker: parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. a. sie Savage, Rhea Yarbrough, Beth Pay;from Crestview; Kelley, hersister, Mrs. Warren L0flightandfestive from Florala; and Laurie Davis Mary LisaAllen, Michelle Maddox and nephews, Pat Mad- ~rate typical from Laurel Hill. Other Flo- Brant, Viki Brant, Myra Chll- dox, Brent Maddox and Jeff ;, including an rala students in "An Eveningof ders, Nolo Currie, Cathy Kelley. a bright and Dance" are: Jean Bates, Jill Fleming, JgnniferJames, Abbie has, a sparkling, Evans, Melissa George, Jen- Gaff Kennedy, Sara Lee, Kelly SUMMER WORK and a lilting nifer Greene, Rabble Lawson, Lindsay, Suzanne Lynn, Lori set to waltzes David Moody, Amy McDaniel, Medley_Dustria Merritt, Chr- Carol McKinney, Lindy McLeod, istiana Osburn, Darla Rice,Teri Celebration will Lead, Lee Peters, Bid Savage, Stanton, Renee Wilkinson, Lisa of Easter Lee Sellars, Sherrz Spears, Jane Waller, From DeFuniak special Spring Sonya Spears, Sharon Thomas, Springs: Becky Andrews, Sue by the Inter- Ellen Wilkerson, and Suzanne the music Zorn. Other Laurel Hill students are: Connie Reeves, Fourth of Karen Rogers, and Tessa Celebrated by tra- Worley. dances Students from Andalusia are: inia Reel", Melissa Brodgen, Scarlett and Bryan, Ann Proctor, Ruth Stomp." Riley, Julie Taylor, Philippa evening will Taylor, Marion Bell Taylor, ballet which Melissa Weed. From Geneva: AT THE COVINGTON COUNTY OF EDUCATION BUS SHOP, 311 FEAGIN AVENUE, ANDALUSIA, ALABAMA trying Sizes ............. $5.00 and up ...................... $50.00 for Filing Purposes ........ /$1.00 each two drawers ............. $7.50 each 4 drawers ............... $12.50 each Hoists .............. .' $100.00 each 1ran Springs, Large Size ........... 50 each right side, old model Chevrolet.. $1-0.00 A'T THE W.S. HARLAN SCHOOL, LOCKHART, ALABAMA Bottled Gas Stove, two ovens, ............................ $200.00 Thomas Wl Carroll County Suoerintendent Barrier, Lisa Bell, Barbara Bishop, Bonnie Biship, Terre Bishop, Lori Biven, Debbie Burgess, Marie DeRolf. Tammv DeShazo. Holly. Floyd, Dab. arab Griffith, Rondo Griffith, Vicki Griffith, Gay Huggins, Maerea Jackson, Pam Jackson, Karen King, Sandra King, Vick- ie Lindsey, Donna.Parish, Jan Puckett, Maureen Roberts, Gaff Rutherford, Laurie Spence, Libby Spence: Shmr S pence, Ann Thompson, Rita Wamble, Uugan Wiess, Julia Wiess, Sandy Wiess, Brdnda Wilkinson, Bar- Wiess, Brenda Wilkinson, Bar- bara Withey. From Paxton: Sharon Johnson. From Ponce de Leon: Carla Mooney. i ii Best Of Press Good Reason She: "Does your husband still find you entertaining?" Her: "Not if I can help it." Interesting When a man gets .too old to set a bad e x a m p 1 e, he starts giving good advice. -U.S.S. Piedmont. Words of Wisdom Wisdom is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to do it, virtue is not doing it. She May Be The girl as cute as a kit- ten sometimes may be as cunning as a cat. -News, Detroit. CAN AFFECT SOCIAL SECURITY Now that school is out many students will be taking summer jobs. If you are a student and you receive a social security checks your summer work could affect your social securityben- efits. Vernon A. Kilpatrick, Man- ager of the Andalusia Social Security Office saldp, s~earnings of overS1680.00 in the year will cause the loss of social security checks for some months. The basic rule is that for each $2.00 you earn over $166, $1.00 in social security Is lost. It works this way up to $2660. How many checks you lose de.. pends on how much over $1680 you earn and how much your social security check is." The checks withheld are for the months you earn over $140. If you work part time throughout the Years and full time during the summer, you can easily earn over $1680 in the year. Gen- eraUy the months you will oarK over $140 will be the summer months s and as such you might not be eliglble for all your social security benefits during thd summer. Kilpatrick suggested that stu- dents who work this summer should check up on what they have earned so far this year. Estimate what youql earn this summer plus what you'll earn the remainder of the year. If it adds up to over $1680p call the social security office and ask them to stop your social security check. By doing this youql not get overpaid and have to refund some social security checks when you need them most. The Andalusia Social Security office is located at 408 South 3-Notch Street~ and the phone number is WX-6300. Just dial operator and ask for WX-6300. It is toll free. Happy e oney - ppmg SALE STARTS Fantastic Savings on Year Around FRIDAY, JUNE ? SUITS l'| GIlT WRA, P o o Save Up To ?Rli:[ .... Prices as Io as ,-,.95 KNITS... THE We hove a Large Colorful NEWS FOR MEN. COMFORT PLUS • . . IN SUITS TO SLACKS. TRY KNITS! Double Knit Suits & Sport Coats. All New Styles and Colors JARMAN SHOES for Spring and Summer. Freewheelers, Two Tonesl Solids. 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