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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION The Senior Spotlight - - ' '- - - - I LeHaS. Evans MeednuI Dies October 1 Club Holds At Age 85 President Robert Moseley of football game with Enterprise the FIorala Quarterback Club, Mrs. Leila Steele Evans, age ?0~?day .night in Florala at stated that a tax number had "A're~rt was received on the Laurel Hill, died in a Opp been received from the Internal 85, a life long resident of Rt. I, Revenue Service for the Quit- Straughn gate: total gate - hospital early Friday morning, terback Club. A copy had been $1,702.00, Straughn will get October I, 1976. She was a sent to the local bank and a $824.55. Paid attendance 1176, member of the Beds Baptist copy placed on flle~at,FIorala estimated total attendance, Church. High School, at their Oct. 4 1401. Survivors include three bro- meeting. The membership contestthere, G-allan G. Steele,r Allen Coach Terry gave a scouting report: Joe Evans and David report on Opp and a run down !~dlis. 13 members, Rupert Steele, and Ira E. Steele, all of Rt. I," Laurel Hill; one sister, Greene and Francis Chance: S Mrs. Maggie Pate of Laurel on last weeks game against members Joe Evans and David Straughn. Coach Lancaster gave a Willis were declared wixmers of Hill, and numerous nieces and nephews. report on the upcoming junior the contest. Funeral services were held Rupert Greene and Max at 3 p.m. Saturday from Evans Willis gave a report on a fund Family Reunion raising project: They will Funeral Home with G.H. McInnis officiating. Burial fol- report further at the next lowed in the Old Ebenezer meeting. To Be Held Mayor Evans proposed that Cemetery with Evans Funeral the Quarterback Club send new Home directing. PROHIBITED. Teacher Of Week This week we feature Mrl Andy Alsup as the teacher of the week. Mr. Alsup was born on October 1 in Shelbyville, Tennessee. During his high school years, he attended Marianna High School in Marianna, Florida. He was drum major in his high school Player Of Week attending Troy, Alsup per- Fiorala. He has played football formed in several plays includ- for seven years and will most ing "Tartuff". He had thelikely continue to play through leading role in this play. high school. ..... Mr. Alsup's hobbies areChuck is one of the few theater,playing the guitar and music. He also enjoys church At Eight Mile A family reunion will be held at Eight Mile Church, Sunday, October 10, located on the born baby boys in the area a toy football. Motion carried. Note Of The next meeting will be A mu --pprec" "" Monday night, October il, 1976 on at 7:00 at FTIS. Florida and Alabama line half- Mrs, Jimmie Zorn way between Florala and Samson. Everyone is cordially invited Dies In to attend. band for 3 years. This week's Player of the freshman who gets such an If you are a member of the After graduation, Mr. Aisup Week is Chuck Stevenson, a important position as offensive church, have relatives buried Tallahas e went to college at Troy State Capricorn. He is a five foot ten center in football. He didn't in the cemetery, friends~ of University and majored in inch freshman of Florala High get this position very easily. It people connected with the music. He was drum major in School. Chuck is the son of Mr. took a lot of hard work, plenty church, or just plain curious, the "Sound of the South" band and Mrs. Charles Stevenson of of exercise, and a lot of then you are urged to attend. Mrs. Jimmie Will Zorn for 3 years also. While 901 East Fifth Avenue in confidence, which Chuck has. Bring your lunch. There will work. His favorite food and drinks are liver, rootbeer, Coko and he always has a pot d Doffer on. Good luck and God blem you, Mr. Alsupl SPOTLIGHT. This SENIOR OF THE WEEK. FFA News People like Chuck Stevenson make the freshmen proud to have someone like him on the football team. Simmons, age 63, a former be singing all day long. There resident of Florala, died in a is an expected attendance of Tallahassee, Florida hospital, 500 to 1,000 people. Sunday, October 3, 1976. She spotlight is onOur spotlight this week for y. Beverly is senior guy shines on Harold FFA NEWS. "The meetlall with brown hairParker. Hal is a six foot will please come to orderS--.'" Her hobbies are Aquarius who really adds life With these words, an piano, cheering, to Florala High School. He is a ended and a new era began at being with David. member of the famed Wildcat Florala High School The the cheerleaderBand in which he plays the occasion was the first re gul~ iS. Her philosophy bass drum. After graduating meeting of the Florala Futulw "live one day at a he plans to attend Florida Farmers of America and tho wish you all the A&M University in Tallahas- words came from Scoff e, Beverlyl see. Harold's philosophy in life McAdams, chapter president. is to enjoy it while you can. The date, September 16, There will be a gap in the old marked the , first time ill gang when Harold leaves, but thirty-one years that an FFA whatever he does in life, we meeting had opened witho~ Club wish him the best of luck. Mr. Wallace F.Rasberry in tim Advisor's chair. Mr. Rasbet~ retired from his position i Juniors Hold Agribusiness Instructor FleA Advisor July l, 1976. lh tenure as teacher/advisor, I was a member of the First Garden Club Church of Floral. and had been a resident of To Meet Tall hassee for the past 16 years. Survivors include her hue- The Florida Garden Club will band, S.A. Simmons of meet Thursday, October 14, at Geneva, Alabama; one son, the home of Mrs.Aubrey George Simmons of Jackson- Sollars in Florala. ville, Florida, and one grand- All members are urged to child. attend. The club will hold its Funeral services were con- annual plant sale on October ducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday from IS. Evans Funeral Home with Dan R has been a privilege to serve the people of Lockhart as Mayor for the past four years. I am grateful that you gave me the opportunity. Also ! wish to express ap- preciation to those who served on the Council during my term in office for their interest and cooperation along with those who served as employees. Without such help the job would have been impossible. It is my hope aud prayer that the new administration will do a good Job. If there is anyway in which 1 can be of service as a private citizen, I will be willing to do so. Frank Timmerman Mayor of Loeldmrt ~year on September Jones is the sponsor A A A ~ A V V V ~ Want Ads Pack Raley officiating. Burial fol- Airplanes"vFi lowed in the Eight Mile Power Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. ~ ~,~ ~ ~ ~ ~.~ Aircrews from the $$rd Tac- [m~e.-t~ : --