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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 8 e Mc Dennis Gibbs, Florala, has Day in Pasadena, California. been named to the 1972 Both parades will be telecaston McDonald's All-American High the NBC and CBS networks, School Band, comprised of the giving hometown viewers a nation's top 101 high school musicsans selected by Paul La- valle, musical director of Ra- dio City Music Hall. The band will march and play under Lavalle's direction in the two most-celebrated parades of the year--the Macy's Thanks- giving Day Parade in New York City and the Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year's chance to see Dennis perform. Dennis wins all-expense trips to New York and to California via American Airlines from Mc- Donald's Corporation, the na- tional restaurant chain which is sponsoring the band. This marks the fifth conse- cutive year that McDonald's All- American Band has been asked to appear in both of these two outstanding parades, where re- peat performances are rare. "That's a real tribute to the musical talents of Dennis and the other band members." said Lavalle, "and we're very proud of them." Dennis plays Baritone in the Florala High Hawaii--and consists of two mu- sicians from each state and one from Washington. D. C. Aiding him in the selection was a panel of the nation's most dis- tinguished band directors, in- cluding Prof. hl G. Wright, director of Purdue University's School Band, directed by Henry bands. hpperson. The McDonald' s All- The band was selected by Paul American Band not only salutes Lavalle from nominations sub- the 101 youngsters with all- matted by high school band (11- American honors--such as ath- rectors throughout the coun- letes often recewe--but brings try--including Alaska and them together to appear in the BROYHILL'S TROCADERO - 4 PC. MEDITERRANEAN SUITE - STORE HOURS - MaN. - WED • 8:00 TO 5:30 THURS..8:00 TO 12:00 FRI. & SAT 8i00 TO 6:00 You deserve this luxury in your bed- room! Includes 9 drawer triple dresser, mirror, chest and headboard. Hate the chain pulls on the middle drawers. Others have invisible finger tip open- ings. You'll love the look of the car- ved fronts! PHILCO 1 9 INCH DIA. PORTABLE TV WITH STAND NOW ONLY! From the better idea people in TV! SoJid State Signal and Sound System. 5' oval speaker for full rich sound. Telescopic VHF, loop UHF antennas Walnut finish. Stand has wood tea cart handle and spacious magazine rack. TERMS AVAILABLE| Macy's and Tournament of Roses Parades. The band members, who never have per- formed together, will meet for the first time in New York City a few days before Thanks- giving and again in California pmor to New Year's Day--with rehearsals scheduled to ready their debut before millions of spectators and over 100 mil- lion television viewers. .a REG. $229,95 CONTEMPORARY VINYL TWOSOME SUITS YOUR LIFE STYLE THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBERi PRESENTED 30,-YEAR PIN - Comer C. Zorn, who operates a Standard Service $ East Fifth Avenue, was presented a 30-year Standard Oil Company pin last week. tured holding the box containing the honor-pin which was presented by R. E.-Bob" is a Standard Oil Retail Salesman and resides in Monroeville, Alabama. Pictured with Zorn and Pace is A. M. McNeill Jr., right, who is Standard Oil rala and Virginia Zorn, Corner's wife, who has been with him in the station for 32 years he has been operating this particular station. Since pins are and then 35-year men with the company, the pin presented to him last week was pin. He hopes to receive the 35-year pin in three years and then he will be looking the 50-year pin. l owngton Nominate Covington County farmers are encouraged to nominate candidates for Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation (ASC) community committee- men, reports R. R. Donaldson, Covington County ASCS Execu- tive Director. Peitions, to be signed by a minimum of three qualified voters, must be filed by October 27, 1972 at the Cov- ington County ASCS Office, An- dalusia, Alabama. "We are hopeful a slate of at least six candidates will be nominated by farmer petitions, including representatives of the minority group in Covington County," said Donaldson. ASCS programs are non-dis- criminatory and administered without regard of race, color, creed, sex or national origin. Eligible farmers may signas many nominating petitions as they wish. No special petition form is required, but the peti- tion must include a statement that the nominee is willing to serve if elected. Most per- sons eligible to participate in ASCS programs are eligible to serve as ASC committeeman. This includes producers, sharecroppers, tenants, and minors who supervise an entire farm operation. interests within the ASC com- munity, be qualified ASC voters and not have reached their 70tb birthday by the date they take office. Further details on nominations for ASC community committeemen may be obtained from the County ASCS Office, Andalusia, phone 222-3519. Exciting, care-free and versatile.., it's everything ASC community committee- you demand in today's furniture! 88" Tuxedo Sofa is men elected by mail ballots biscuit-tufted strong vinyl opens easily into a full- December l, 1972 will assist sized double bed. Both sofa and matchina Tub the CountyhSCCommitteewith Chair rest on Shepherd casters for easy moving. ASCS programs, conduct farm community meetings, and serve ~~ as delegates to the Covington i , County Convention to elect the # • : county ASC committee. "~" 1 I -5;,;',WEEKLY RECIPE : i~:/~ Sarah Anne Sheridan ..., Never before has the ~ I.J,-~ ~ butcher sold so many pounds ~!: i of hamburger as in the last few years. Use shoulder, SAVE 5 1.9 5 bottom round, chuck or bits ....... of well flavored meat. TRADITIONALLY TAILORED SLEEP-SOFA Add on that extra guest room you've been needing & get a good-looking sofa by day! The easy way! With this super ~comfort- able Sleep-Sofa. 2 foam cushions are re-. versible. Sofa makes quickly and easily into double bed with high density foam mattress. COMFORTABLE RECLINER OR SWIVEL ROCKER FLORALA, ALABAMA Barbecued Meat Balls 2 lbs ground beef 2 eggs slightly beaten ˝ c milk 2 t prepared mustard 2 t salt ˝ t pepper ˝ t nutmeg Mix and shape into 1˝ inch bails. Pan-broil. Serve with barbecue sauce. Barbecue Sauce 1 medium sized onion 2 T fat 2' T vinegar 1 t chili powder 1 t salt IA c lemon juice 2 T brown sugar 1 c catsup 3 TWorcestershire sauce ˝ T prepared mustard 1 c water ˝ c celery cut up Few drops Tabasco sauce Brown onion in hot fat. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer for 30 minutes. Pour over meat balls• There is a vast and fun- damental difference between promise and performance. CHOICE What's your choice? Handsome Recliner is covered in heavy duty expanded vinyl which won't crack, sag or split. Con- verts into three positions for reading, watcl~ing -TV or nap- ping. Versatile Swivel Rocker allows 360 degree swivel so you can turn in any direction. Tilts, too! MONTHS TO PAY! - FURNITURE & APPLIANCES - PH ON E 8-1565 II TAKE aunty J HEALTH HOME - (Practical For The Modern BY April Rhodes If you're taking a fall va- It's time to s~ cation in a camper be sure the new fall fasll all camping gear is in good to be a bit snug, shape, especially your some toning exe means for heating, skip dessert at meal. Your appointment calendar is a good place to jot down washing and ironing instruc~ tions for new school clothes. Play it safe, get your home heating system check- ed before Fire Prevention Week in October. It's also wise, in case of fire at home, to teach chil- dren the best routes and ways to escape from your home. Actual time can when sewing by fir bling all needs the entire set of structions to stitch. Too all morns: dren back in have some free tim shopping. novelties will na home cheerier rains and chill fine you to your hO~ GIRL'S PERMA PRESS SIZES 1 - 14 65% POLYESTER - 35% COTTON / LADLES LONG SLEEVE - 65% POLYESTER, - WHITE - SOLIDS - - SIZES 32- 44 IIII SELF WHILE SHOPPING 114 SAVE WAY, BROWSE THROUGH SERVICE SHOE DEPT. YOU'll FIND JUST THE SHOE YOU NEED FOR EVERY OCCASION.