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- ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ;UBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. / NEWS-THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1975 PAGE 7 I is the same for Opp football ga- are always tough, football games. rS being glad of the score. was De ex- Wildcats and the for forty-eight the game was de- I0 seconds, when Anthony broke Opp defense at his |-yard-line and ra- -one yards for the night. two other scor- After receiv- kick-off, the to the Opp five but fumbled on a 3 mix up in the Late in the fourth again drove to yard line, after a but the Opp fourth and one. tion was yard line a fumbled punt twenty-three picking up one Bobcats could closer to Wildcats the Wildcat de- Over, to stop the moved the ball in of the field most of when the Bob- get into Wildcat Florala defense and stop the Bob- the toss for the in three~ gamc~:~ all three gameS'. Florala and Jeff the ball to the Yard line. Looking same team that the Hartford Bull- wasted no a drive started. had runs of 10, Yards on this drive. t Offensive line again e drive as they con- big holes in the The drive stop- of a TD, when on at the five Grant - on a mix up in the Florala and Victor Weeks night as he made of the game. first down but stops Weeks and about a kick- oil the second se- Opp punted to rolled dead nineteen yard in the flash of an Grantham to Anthony over offensive line, and Anthony races. A race fullback won, downfield block Hooks missed but Florala had of the first defense. Both the ball, but nei- mount a scoring r it had the football early in the second long pass from jones was fingertips and held and football. The could not put drive and had score, 0 at halftime. under the Y Alsup, featur- v Savage and a sparkling half- out meaning busi- kicked the ball of Matthews Sta- took the ball on line and with and Bedsole, for good gains picked up two On third and 46 yard line, forced a ball, but Herman and Jeff the punt at their Bobcand Opp re- als quickly down, but lost play after that over about the lost the ball. #3 I FLORALJ~'S BIG JOHN ANTHONY brinks throu~ Op~s defulwo llne to ramble 81 yards for the 6 points to be mado in Flortla'u 6 - 0 upset ot tha O~ Bobcats. FLORALA'S CRAIG MATTHEWS, VICTOR WEEKS, AND EDDIE THRASH maim the gofuK tough on Opp ball carrier. The rest of the quarter was de- fense as neither team could get anything going on offense. The score at the end of the third quarter was Florala 6 and Opp 0. 4th QUARTER Early in the fourth quarter, Florala started to move the ball from deep in their own territory. Good runs by Mad- dox, J. Owens and George Par- ker moved the ball upfield and allowed the clock to tick off valuable minutes. Opp had their opportunities to move the ball late in the' quarter, aided by two pass interference calls against Florala. The Opp threat was ended for good on a pass in- terception by Herman Owens, Wildcat offense took the ball, after the interception, and drove the ball to the Opp one-yard line, but was forced to give it up on downs. The game had been decided as the Wildcat defense held in the closing se- conds and Florala had its third victory. Florala 6 - Opp 0. Coach Terry stated to theQB Club Monday night that the de- fense did a good job Friday night against Opp. Re pointed out Victor Weeks and John Anthony as having good games, he said the upcoming game with Geor- giana could decide the Area championship, as both teams are undefeated in Area play and a defeat for either team would put them out of the competition for the championship. with two minutes 45 seconds Georgiana is led by All-Am- left in the fourth quarter. The erican Len Campbell at quar- terback and will probably be the best 2A opponent Florala will face all year. This is a championship game and can not end in a tie. Gametimeis7:30. STATISTICS 1st Downs Florala 10 Ist Downs Opp II Rushing Yards Florala Z61 Rushing Yards Opp 117 Passing Yards Florala II Passing Yards Opp 40 unlor II DATE TEAM PLACE Thurs., Sept. 18 Opp Opp Thurs., Sept. 25 Straughn Florala Thurs., Oct. 2 Enterprise Enterprise Mort., Oct. 6 Red Level Red Level Thurs., Oct. 9 Opp Florala Thurs., Oct. 16 Straughn Straughn Mort., Oct. 20 Red Level Florala TIME 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 ......... " Admission for home games will be: student -- 50˘ and adult -- $I.00. With Morris Myerson The Pee-Wee Football season got off to a smashing start Saturday night at Matthews Sta- dium with more than I00 boys participating from Florala, Lockhart, Paxton and Laurel Hill. A really great crowd of parents and supporters turned out for the jamboree. RAMS VS. COWBOYS .... the final game of the Saturday night jamboree featured the po- werful running of Ram's Greg Peterson and Shane Davis, ov- erpowering the Cowboys by a score of 20-6. The never-say- die cowboys scored their lone TD in the last quarter on an aerial from Dave Johnson to PACKER-RAM TILT .....Newton Peters. In the first game of the jam- boree, the aroused Packers, after falling behind the Rams (6-0) fought back on the arm of "Willie Joe" Andy Town- send aerials to "Glue Fin- gered" Greg Hutcheson for two TD's, making the final score 12 - 6 in favor of the Packers. PACKER-COWBOY BATTLE --The second game saw the fired up Cowboys, led by"Gen- eral" Dave Johnson, lasso the Packers to the tune of 6 - 0. The Cowboy lone TD was set up-by a Curt Zessin run to the four yard line, after which Dave Johnson took it in for the score. Bo Hattaway's 60 yd. run, after picking up a Packer fumble, sealed the vic- tory. TIGER-JET CLASH -- In the Tiger-Jet classic, jet su- perstars Kenney Maraman, Herb Maraman and Keith Owens made one touchdown each and Herb ran for two point conv- ersions on two of the three TD's for a 22-8 victory. Ken- ny ran for a 30 yd. TD while his brother, broke four tackles on a long run to score. Keith Owens snagged a pass from quarterback Maraman, and breezed in for the score. ~'he Tiger score came on a beautiful run by Mark Cassady when he broke through the mid- dle to run 60 yards for the TD. Quarterback James Flem- ming ran for the 2 pt. conver- sion. NEWS OF INTEREST CONTINUED FROM FRONT THE FLORALA NEWS GETS GOOD COMMENTS AS GENERAL RULE I had a bad week a while back, and mentioned in this column that all I had heard was complaints." But, after I had written that, the same week, a number of peopl? commented on the paper, favorably. I find that most people love The Florala News and those who don't read it religiously - if for no other reason, just to see how many errors they can find. For what ever reason, we're glad you read this newspaper. You know a newspaper is only as good as its townspeople. Your accomplishments, goals and aspirations reflect in this newspaper. The business people and citizens of this commu- nity have helped to make The Florala News what it is today and 1 am proud of it - proud of Florala, too. 1 think we do pretty good, considering our size. Nothing spectacular, mind you, but good, honest, hard working, day-to-day folk. You can't beat it. Mrs. A. J. York called in a news item on Tuesday of my 'bad' week. I must have sounded out-of-sorts because she said - "Merle, is something wrong?" I told her nothing more than every- thing was beginning to pile up, and I just didn't see how I was going to get it all done in a day... She said, "Well, I will say a little prayer for you." You know, that made my day. l picked my chin up and if I was bothered the rest of that day - you can bet it didn't show. That is the kind of people I am talking about. Florala is made up of dozens of them. Mary Tyner's greeting every Wednesday night at choir practice is - - "Merle, did you get us out a paper?" Mary really avpreciates this newspaper. I don't know if it has anything to do with the fact that she worked next door for many years and knows something about the work it takes to get one in the mail, or not. But she appreciates it, nevertheless. JEWEL POWELL TO SHARE FAMILY "METHOD" OF MAK- ING CHILI SAUCE J.wel Powell visited the office Monday morning and brought the most heavenly looking pint of chili sauce bearing her own label - From The Kitchen of Jewel Powell, Florala, Alabama. Jewel, like Joann Geohagan, busies herself all summer mak- ing all sort of goodies - sauces, jellies, preserves, pickles- you name it, those girls make it. They specialize in the unusual. Jewel tells me this method of making chili sauce has been handed down in her family for more than one hundred years and that she intends to allow me to share it with our readers just as soon as she has compiled it. It may be too late for most of us to utilize this year, but, we can sure cut it out and save it until our vegetables come in next spring. The prime ingredients are to- matoes, onions, peppers and spices to taste. Jewel says that it is good served over peas and butterbeans, but the "way they enjoyed it most, when she was growing up, was served over hot biscuits with crispy strips of bacon as an ac- companiment for breakfast -- That is my weakness, sauces served over hot biscuits. I simply cannot wait to try it. II God's presence. Isaiah 59:2 - But your iniquities have sepa- rated between you and your God, and your sins have bid his face from you, that he will not hear. I John 1:9 - If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us of all unrighteous- Bess. Let's get right with God and enjoy our flower garden by con- trolling the disease of our heart. Look for me in this column next week. The best news I know this week is that Vester and I got busy with our hoes and cleaned our grassy flower beds -a very dear spot to my heart. Also, we begin digging and dividing Iris, for more blossoms and to share with our flower garden friends. After dividing your Rhizomes and preparing your beds, the best fertilizer recommended is 5-I0-5, low in nitrogen and high in phosphrons. Too much nit- rogen encourages lush, soft growth that is more sucepti- ble to foliage and rhizome dis- ease; flowers will be fewer, too. LEVON BRACEWELL PASSED AWAY THURSDAY MORNING Levon Bracewell, age 48, a resident of Route One, Florala, passed away Thursday morning, September 11, 1975. He was Ideally, have the soil pre- ,employed with alocalconstruc- pared a few weeks or more in advance of planting; spade in generous quantities of organic material (even manures if you wait at least a month to plant), a sprinkling of commercial fer- tilizer or bonemeal. Thenear- est I find to 5-10-5 is 6-10-4 and I am using that. Give plants a light applica- tion in early spring as growth starts and after flowering. Bearded Iris have few pest and disease. For Rhizome rot, im- merse the Rhizome in liquid chlorine bleach (1 part in 10 parts water) or paint full strength bleach on the area where the soft rot have been scraped out. Leave rhizome exposed to air for several days before replanting. We hope this will solve your problem. We have first got to control the disease before we can enjoy the beautiful flowers. That is just like our lives, we [tare got to have pardon for our sin before we can enjoy tion firm in Florala and was a member of the Limestone Bap- tist Church near Glendale, Flo- rida. Survivors are the wife, Mrs. Mary Bracewell of Geneva; one son, Wilmer Alvin Bracewell of Geneva; mother, Mrs. Annie Bracewell of Route One, rio- rain; four brothers, Lamar Bracewell of Route Two, De- Funiak Springs, Manuel Brace- well of Panama City, Florala, and G. B. Bracewell and Ralph Bracewell, both of Route One, Florala; five sisters, Mrs. Lois Dural of Panama City, Mrs. Eloise Weeks of Lowery, Ala., Mrs. Evelyn Ezell of Panama City, Mrs. Louise Carnley, and Mrs. Elaine Curriugton, bothof Valpariso, Florida. Funeral services were held at 10 A.M. Saturday from the Evans Funeral Home Chapel with Huey Mitchell officiating. Burial was in the Limestone Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. PEE-WEES BELIEVE IN TOOTH FAIRY -- Boyd Caton, playing for the Tigers, lost his tooth in the Tiger-Jet scramble Satur- day night and had Ref. Dale Odom stop the game while he and fellow player, Marty Savage, recovered it. Marty encouraged Boyd to put it under his pillow that night so that the tooth fairy could pay him a visit. When The News photographer left the game, the tooth was laying by the water cooler. KEITH OWENS sm~s a pass from quarterback Kensey Mara- man 8rid rms for TD in Jets 22-8 victory over the Tigers. RICKY MITCHELL rims for Rams 1st down while Teddy Boles, 8rod Gren Petersoa lead interference. Mitchell was injursd o8 tim play, ilmitl~ play tl~ rest of the night. TEDDY BOLES, on quarterback keeper goes for Ram TD in 12-6 loss to Packers. I II I TWIN Downto,,,. I CAROUSEL CINEMA opp 1 I II THUR., FRI., SAT. SUN., SON.. TUE., WEDI SEPT. 21-22~23~24 SEPT 18-19-20 Untied AN;SIS OPEN EACH NITE AT 7:00 SHOW STARTS ST 7:15 THUR., FRI., SAT. SEPT. 18-19-20 l SUN., MON., TUE., WED.I SEPT. 21-22.23-24 I 6URT CtGiLL nlUYNOtl)~ SEPl"IE~ I qVI[ER I$,0 MIUI, I tOVIICII"5 ~__~COLOR BY DE LUXE® 1:30SHOW AT 2:00 "AN OLD FASHION DRUG STORE WITH MODERN SERVICES" DROP BY AND CHECK OUR OLD FASHIONED COURTESY & PRC SERVICE. "The Drug Store With The Only Soda Fountain For Miles Around" BOOTH DRUG CO. Henry E. Wilson,Owner o