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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 11141 PAXTON Christmas Plants Don't overlook a gift that almost everyone enjoys receiv- ing m a beautiful foliage plant. Costs can range from the'in- expensive to a major gift. Some plants to consider: shefllera --- dependable and glossy leaved; croton -- showy and trouble free; philodendron lush foliaged and easy to grow; Christmas pepper -- crowned with bright fruits; and rubber plant ~ tar and waxy leaved. Make gay gift containers by painting cardboard paint buck- ets or trim clay pots with gay colored felt and contracting bows. ESTATE OF W. C. WILLIAMS, DECEASED PROBATE COURT Letters of Administration of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 5th day of December, 1972, by the Hen. Leland Enzor, Judge of the Probate Court of Coving- ton County, notice is hereby gi- ven that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same within time allowed by law or the same will be barred. /s/Lucindy Williams 12-14-3tc THE STATE OF ALABAMA COVINGTON COUNTY PROBATE COURT In the Matter of the Estate of Dorsey C. Belcher, Deceased. Letters Testamentary as Ex- ecutor of the Will of Dorsey C. Belcher deceased, having been granted to the undersigned on the 4th day of December, 1972 by the Hen. Leland Enzor, Judge of Probate of said County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said es- tate are hereby required to pre- sent the same within the time allowed by law, or the same will be barred. /s/Flossie Louise Belcher 12-14-3tc In this cause it beingmade to appear to the Register bp af- fadavit of complainant's Soli- citor that the Respondent is a non-resident of Alabama, and that her post office address is unknown, and further that in the belief of said affiant, the Respondent is of the age of twenty-one years it is therefore ordered by the Register that publication be made in the Fie- rata News, a newspaper published in Covington County, Alabama once a week for four consecutive weeks, requiring the said Penny J. Herrington to plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint in this cause by the 23rd day of Jan- uary, 1973, or in thirty days thereafter a Decree Pro Con- fesso may be taken against him. Done at office in Andalusia, Alabama, this the 15th day of December, 1972. E. E. King, Register 12-21-4tc GENERAL MOTORS ACCEP- TANCE CORPORATION will sell at Public Sale for cash on January 2, 1973, at McDanlel Motor Co., Florala, Ala., the following: One 1969 Chevrolet 2T Trac- tor CE639 FLORALA GMAC reserves the right to bid at such sale. The col- lateral involved is presently stored and may be seen at McDaniel Motor Company, Florala, Ala. GenerM Motors Acceptance Corp. 3013-55487 # NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE GENERAL MOTORS ACCEP- TANCE CORPORATION will sell at Public Sale for cash on January 3, 1973, at Brooks Appliance, Andalusia, Alabama, the following: 1972 Emerson Air Condi- tioner Serial #85608 GMAC reserves the right to bid at such sale. The col- lateral is stored and may be seen at Brooks Appliance, An- dalusia, Ala. General Motors Acceptance Corporation 9005- 32622 )"he O/a/ NEWS-THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1 IN MEMORY OF MARVIN Father By June head - To sleeP days - No longer the dawn - No pray. Father will The climbing m The golden leaves - Or of homes fire. No longer warmth Of a moist kiss - Oh, of the worldly Father longingly He can miss As we miss Son, Though we know in rests - The longing past - Leaves our sad. And yet above our We can feel great know Father yen - For us to by his side. "It's not those who"lie awake nights that succeed, but the who stay awake days." May great joy THE B-TEAM can be proud of their 9-1 record as of Decem- ber 14, 1972; looking forward to an even stronger 1973 are (standing) Coach Larry Geoghagan, Mike Thomas, Stan Smith STUDENT SPOTLIGHT Martha Donald Williams / This week's honored senior has brown hair and sparkling blue eyes. She always has a friendly smile for everyone. She was born in DeFuniak Springs, Florida on May 22, 1955. This makes her a seven- teen year old Gemini. Her full name ~s Martha Faye Coon. Martha lives in Paxton with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Na- men Coon, and her two dogs. Martha has attended Paxton since the first grade. Shrimp, french fries, steak and chocolate cake are Martha's favorite foods. Her favorite sports are basketball, volley- ball, and fishing. Sewing and cooking are two of Martha's favorite pasttimes. Martha says that her favorite type of music is country, but she enjoys all kinds. Conceited people who think that they are better than everyone else is Martha's pet peeve. To our million dollar ques- Another of this week's seniors is Donald Williams. He has black hair, brown eyes, and a sweet, "Hello", for every- one. Donald is one of the friendliest people we have at Paxton. He was born April 25, 1953, in Lakeview, Florida. He now lives .with his mother, Mrs. Eddie Williams, and his ~ree sisters. Donald favorite foods include hamburgers and chocolate cake. One of Paxton's school colors is Donald's favorite color. As if ypu hadn't already guessed, it's- red. Donald's favorite singers, as a group are the Supremes. James Brown and Dianna are his favorite male and female vocalists. Donald has attended one other school besides Paxton. That one was Tilleuu High School in Mt. Zion. Donald's favorite sport is basketball. After graduation this year, Donald plans to attend a bust- tion Martha replied that she hess school probably in Bir- would buy a beautiful new car. mingham. We asked him what a whole new wardrobe, part he would do if he owned a for her college education, and then put the rest of it in the bank. After graduation, Martha plans to attend O. W. J. C. She hopes to major in Data Processing. When Martha graduates from Paxton, all her friends left be- hind will surely miss her. The quiet and shy personality, the friendly smile and the sweet ways, we know, will carry Martha as far in life as she wants to go. We wish the best of every- thing that life has ira offer to Martha. mint to which Donald replied that he would ouy a car and give it to a needy family. All of Donald's many friends here at Paxton will surely miss him after graduation, but they are proud to have known him. He is such a person that no matter where he goes his friendly disposition will win him the best, of friends. GLEE CLUB TO PERFORM Mrs. Phyllis Apperson s Glee Club did a great job with the Christmas program at the Pax- ton P. T. A. last Thursday ~ight, December 14. Linda solo sang a magnificent solc at the performance. The pro- gram was also shown to the student body on Friday morning. Paul Varnums Ralph coleman, Mike Hullon, and Coach Tommy Pittman. Kneeling are Johnny Cuddy, Danny Varnum, Rocky Stokes~ Wayne Milton~ Billy Pridgeo% Wes Nolan and Tim I-~lion. Bittersweet Week For Bobcats tation and sell certalnreales- late located in Covington County, Both Paxton's varsity and B teams suffered their first de- feats this week, but redeemed themselves with impressive victories also. On Friday night, the B-team pressed themselves into an im- pressive 58-23 victory over Freeports Bullpups. The top scorers for the Bobcats were Paul Varnum with 19 points and Rocky Stokes with I I. A bad omen was an ankle sprain surf- ered by Mike Hulion; he was missed badly later on. The varsity ran into a very hot Freeport club and lost a close one 54-53. Freeport played excellent defense and inside and forced Danny Gomillion with 19 points and DeunisGeoghagan with 11 to pump up accurate outside shots. However, as the battle went down to the buzzer, Freeport scored on a 20 foot shot with 9 seconds left to re- take the lead. A last Paxton shot just missed, and the var- sity's win string stopped at seven. Saturday night .Munson found the Bobcats renewed. Both teams won impressively, with the varsity looking especially good, 120-38. Clint Washington pumped in 31 points for the sea- son high for an individual Bob- cat. The B team tasted defeat Monday night, December II, in a heart-breaker to Ponce de Leon. The Bobcats were play- ing without Mike Hulion, and his presence was sorely missed when both Paul Varuum and Stan Smith fouled out early. Game- .lY battling back with ball-hawk- ing defense and fantastic out- side shooting, Paxton's "little men" stood tall; Rocky Stockes pumped in 16, Wayne Milton 14, and Billy Pridgeon 8. Paul Varnum had 8, while Stan Smith's rebounding was im- pressive in Paxton's futile rally. The varsity .was a much better story; gaining vengence for four losses to the Pirates last year, the Bobcats gave the Pirates their first home loss in four years!!!!!!!!! Paxton's varsity showed their best defense and slickest pass- Ing attack of the season in de- molishing the state Class A champions. Corrigan Camp'belf collected 19 points, ruled the backboards, and helped shut off the Pirates best scorer. Earl Art Class Doing Murals Mr. Wayne Wooten's art class are doing Murals to decorate the Paxton lunchroom. One mural done by Kathy Stewart and Violet Duncan has been put on the door of the cafeteria. The murals are done by drawing pictures on a large piece of paper. Then one makes use of parrifan wax to coat part of his picture. Mr. Woolen then helps the students by dipping a piece of cloth in water color paint and spreading it across the picture. It will not dry on the part of the pictures that has been covered with the wax. The art class urges everyone to try this enjoyable experiment at least once. It makes a nice Christmas gift too!! Ashley shot well for 12 points, and Dennis Geoghagan collected 8 points, many of them in the crucial final period when the Pirate's desperation press al- lowed him to play one-on-one. For the Bobcats, it was a vic- tory to be savored. However, celebrations must be shortlived. The Bobcats have to face a rematch with State Class AA Champion Port St. Joe at the Shark's gymnasium Saturday night, then entertain Bethlehem on Monday. Both games could be tough. Through the first ten games, the varsity is 9-1. The individual statistics are: TEACHER OF THE WEEK Charlie Whartley This week's teacher of the week is Charlie Whaztly. She is our reading instructor here at Paxton. Mrs. Whartly was born in Upton, Georgia, on May 9, 19--. Mrs. Whartly is one of the few Taurus we have a- round here. Her husband's name is Mr. Harvey Whartly. Mr. Whartly was born in Dallas County on December 17, 1903. They were married on August 19, 1937. Mrs. Whartly's favorite foods are pork, turnips, and ice cream and cake. Basketball is her favorite sport. "The Lord Is Blessing Me" is Mrs. Whartley's favorite song. The Supremes are her favorite vo- cal group. Michael Landon is her favoFite male actor. Her favorite actress is Gall Fisher. When asked what she would change if she could re-live her life, Mrs. Whartly replied that she would try to be moreunder- standing and try to help children solve their problems. Mrs. Whartly has been with us here at Paxton for. the past four years. She has two chil- dren of her own and nineteen grandchildren. She says that her pet peeves are chewing gym and popping gym in church. We are proud to have Mrs. Whartly as one of the staff at Paxton. We hope that she enjoys it as much in the future as she says she has so far. A COMPLICATED WAY TO GET WET Is demonstrsteo by Mark Warren and Randy Adams. The model hydraulic pump does work, after Randy made some new gaskets. The eighth grade is studying air Pressure in Mr. Wooten's room. IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF COVINGTON COUNTY, ALA. IN EQUITY CASE NO. 7900 Ernest Turner, Complainant, vs. Evelyn A. Turner, Respon- dent. ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUB- LICATION Ernest Turner is hereby given notice that -Evelyn A. Turner has petitioned the Circuit Court of Covington County, Alabama, in Equity, Case No. 7900, by SIXTH AVENUE CLEANERS- Bill of Complaint asking the Pick-up and Delivery. Alters- Court to issue a Contempt Ci- tions of all .kinds. Phone 8- Alabama, for the said Ernest Turner's failure to adhere to the decree of the said Circuit Court heretofore issued, and that the said Ernest Turner is given un- til the 6th day of February, !973, to answer, demur, or oth- erwise plead to the aforemen- tioned petition or bill of com- plaint and his failure to do so will result in a decree pro confesso against him. E. E. King Register in Chancery 12-14-4tc PROBATE COURT Estate of Doris E. Vlckery, Deceased. Letters of Administration of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 24th day of November, 1972, by the Hon. Leland Enzor, Judge of the Probate Court of Coving- ton County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same within time allowed by law or the same will bebarred. Robert Earl Vlckery 12-7-3tpd THE STATE OF ALABAMA COVINGTON COUNTY CASE NO. 8876 IN CIRCUIT COURT, IN EQUITY In Re: The Marriage of Fred- rick Wayne Herrington vs. Pen- ny J. Herrin~ton. Large dwelling fronting -W. 5th Avenue with ~ t~omplete apartments; also one 2 bed- room house adjdining this excellent buy. Good invest- ment, convenient place to live. Owner will finance. 2 Bedroom dwelling, wood frame with asbestos siding, located on N. 8th St. Good rental property. Comfortable 2 bedroom dwelling, convenient loca- tion. The Manuel W. Warrenxe- sidence situated on the corner of N. 8th Street and W. 8th Avenue. 2 city lots. A real buy. Nice dwellin~ located on E. Chickasaw, Lockhart. De- sirable corner lot, fenced. A good buy. Brick Store building. West 5th Avenue Florala. A har- gain. We need listings. If you have property to sell or if you want to purchase a cer- tain kind of propery, seeus first. ROYCE & CO., INC. Mrs. Lucllle S. Cox Licensed Real Estate Broker Telephone 858-7373 1353. 12-7-tfc FOR SALE - Pecans. Elliots and Stewarts. Filled out real well. Call during day at 4-3779 or 4-6132 at night. 12-21-1tpd IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT - We have a wonderful selection of brief cases. Priced from $18.50 to $50.00. Office Supply De- partment. The Florala News. 12-21-1,t MACE'S FLOWER AND BAKE SHOP has a new tele- phone number. Phone 4-7412. Flowers for all occasions. Special order for cakes of any kind. 11-23-tfc FOR SALE - Four store build- ings On North 8th Street. Call or see RUBY I)eFRANCO. Phone 8-5812. 12-14-3tc LOST IX)G - Light tan female with flea collar. Answers to name of Tippy. Call William Worley at 4-4899. 12-14-2tpd FOR SALE - Self-service ve- getables. Turnips with and with- out roots, collards, rutabegas. Half-price. Phone 4-5249. Lo- cated on 331 three miles south of Paxton. 12-14-3tpd LOST bright carpet colors... restore them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Great Day. FOR GIVING - Why not give a year's subscription to The Florala News. A gift that wilt be remembered and ap- preciated every week for a year. 12-21-It PINEVIEW SUBDMSION - Cus- tom built homes in Paxton. Fi- nancing. Call 4-2461or8-3975. 12-14-tfc FOR SALE - to 30 acres in South side of Highway, East of A. home. Call Mrs. b. maker, Cocoa BeaCh Address 364 Box 553. Phone cellent property. YARD WORK - BoY; to "do yard work few weeks George for Phone 8-8412. FOR SALE - Pianos. FOR CHRISTMAS - Send a nos from which to year's subscription to The Retmilts, trade-ins, Florala News, a gift that will be Spinets. Just say remembered and enjoyed all $195.00 and up. year long. niturel.eq. ll-16-tfc ELECTRICAL WORK ANY TYPE OF ELECTRICAL OR REPAIR. REASONABLE RAIES. Contact STAN CARAWAY LAUREL HILL, FLORIDA Day Phones 8-1082 - 7-2505 NIGHT SPECIAL ORDER for cakes of all kinds. Flowers for all occasions. Phone 4-7412. MACIE'S FLOWER & BAKE SHOP. 11-23-tfc OPEN FOR BUSINESS - The Beauty Poodle Shop. Clipping and Grooming Toys and Minia- ture Poodles. 2007 West 5th Avenue. Phone for appoint- ment. 8-1134 12-21-1tpd FOR RENT - House on 25 Poplar Street. Phone 4-5298 or 8-6516. Charles Howell. 12-21-1tc WANTED - Bass Guitar Tea- cher. Call 4-3793 after 4 P.M. 12-21-1tpd FOR CHRISTMAS GIYING - Many suggestions suitable to give the businessman or office girl. New merchandise just arrived. Come in soon. THE FLORALA NEWS OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. ll-16-tfc REDUCE safe and fast with Go- Bese Tablets & E-Yap "water pills" BOOTH DRUG CO. 10-26-8tpd I II GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS Centerpieces Baskets of Flowers Christmas Logs Feather Dolls Feather Trees Wall Plaques ALL GIFTS HAVE BEEN HANDMADE SEE MRS. WOODALL AT WOODALL MOTOR CO. PHONE 8-7545 m ii lI-21-1te SLEEPING PROBLEMS? Rest- less? Get Snoozer Tablets fora safe night's sleep. Only 98˘ at Booth's Drug Co. 12-7-3tpd OVER 500 suits, 300 sport coats and 1,000 pairs slacks.. Big- gest stock between Montgom- ery and Mobile Northcutt's, Evergreen, Alabama. ll-2-tfc REWARD - $100.00 information leading identification of sons who burned mY wagen Any 8-3530. NEW Improved great troa pill minC. WANTED -Any job ~ou have that you want. done or need~ help doing. ! have a pick-up truck, l~n mower, most tools for yard work. Call 8-8504. DANIEL PETERSON. Satisfac- tion guaranteed. 6-22-tf.r ~li I I CHAIN 4ND LAWN MOWER REPAIRS DRAPERY OUTLET- 3,000 pairs made in Evergreen. Cheaper than most chain stores. Located on West Front Stret4 downtown, Evergreen, Alttmma. ll-2-tfc WANTED - Customers from 7 until 9 o'clock every Friday night. Register for Fret Christmas Gift. lION DRESS SHOPPE. Located Id Kendrtok's Florist. ll.16-ffc ALL WORK GUARANTEED IF YOU ARE BOTHERED ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL roaches, ants, rats, mice, o~ LAWN ~OWERS AND SAW walter bugs, call 8-1765 in rlor- Ill'iT JLi~41~ f Woodrow Adams or 493-4336 collect in 0~: S/~@˘dlB/(~ ,1", ATOmC ENTE INATOR '0C ~ fers bound anddnsuredtelmlite O~L~'RY SALES AND SERVICE control. The number tolcMl is" ~AXTO~. FLORIDA a-1785, Flor~a. 10-1~.=t~ MM.$ IG"