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4MAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, qN~. ALL'CONTENT COPYI~GHTED.'ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• =. . . USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT• REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED• PAGE 6 THE FLORALA NEWSTHURSDAY, JULY I, MORE BEAUTIES - Junior Miss Paxton, Rhonda Rushing and Miss Paxton, Jo Ann Thorn. i = • , Kids join the parade. • . Three wheels are more fun Just look what a good time these gals are having IN FLORALA AGAIN Back in Florala for another parade ~ere these former members of the Wildcat Band. They are, back row, from left, John Hooten, Byron Hooten, Ben Thompson, Ross Wright and Willie Bass. Third row, from left, Joe Hooten, Gary Bradley, James Parker and Tom Maddox. Second row, from left, Mrs. Mary Hooten, honorary band member; Wanda Scroggins, Ginger Adams and Betty Miller. Front row, from left, Iris Dawson, Willene Kelley, Linda Miller, Evelyn Sanders and Diane Mickelson. FLORALA WILDCAT MARCHING BAND• FIorala Photos THE HADJI ORIENTIAL BAND of Pensacola sparks the 106th Masonic parade. Snake mers and people charmers -- they have it all. Thousands of people look forward for their unique and exciting performance. I EVERYBODY LOVES A CLOWN -- Here Mable Ki] a crowd pleaser as she rides with the old log Frank Brewer of Lockhart, who at 87, is still working l=alf days a week. I FLORALA NATIONAL GUARD COLORGUARD rade. C~.~,y W..r. i˘. 7 Former Wildcat band member, Joe Hooten, directs the Wildcat Baud. Joe is now a hand director at Crestview High School. He is a 1972 graduate of Florala High and a 1975 graduate of Troy State University. Flute players Su=anne Zorn, Beth Lindsey and Missy George, are just beginning in the Wildcat Band. Maybe they will come back as s director one day. MRS. M~ M. QUINN, seated, right, of Atmore, Alabama has been coming to June Z4th celebra- tions since 1914. She is pictured with her daughters, Mrs. Houston O. Johnson of Florala, Mrs. Bamma Listrom and Mrs. Elwin Byrd of Pensacola, Florida. She and her daughters were among the thousands enjoying the 106th Masonic Parade, Saturday, the Z6th. •.. Cravey Farms entry in the 106th Masonic parade. •.. A parade would not be complete