Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 22, 1974 · Page 18
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 18

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Saturday, June 22, 1974
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Pa«e Two County Fair Is Champion Bay County Fair is the county Little Major League baseball champion. These youngsters, coached by Don Clemo, defeated Commander Realty, 1-0, in the title game at the R.L. Turner Field. However, Commander came out of the losers, bracket to topple Bay County Fair, 5-3, and force an extra game. The games were the climax of an excellent tournament. The all-star sub-district tournaments are slated to begin Wednesday and the ultimate winner will represent the county in the regional and state competitions. The West sub-district meet will be played at the Mid-City, Howard Parker, H.L. Kinsaul, Southport and R.L. Turner fields, while the East sub-district games are scheduled at Callaway, Springfield, Fred Bishop and Coastal parks. COUNTY CHAMPIONS-Here are members of the Bay County Fair team, champions of the county Little Major League baseball season. Back row: Allen Thomas, Scott Hoffman, Troy Campbell, Bruce Dykes, Billy May, Don Clemo-coach, Gary Cowan, Eddie Eaton, Allen Stanford, Kevin Infinger. Front row: Gregg Cowan, Scott Clemo, David May, Robbie Stanford, Keith Holloway, Lester Maddox, Daryl May. Highway 392 and Wtit Thomas Drivo Totophont 234-3218 SIGNAL HILL Qjounbty, Club 18 Hole Golf Course Club House DRIVING RANGE ON HWY. 98 NEXT TO ANGELO'S TELEPHONE 234-5064 Bonifay Plans All Night Sing PANAMA CITTS FRIENDLY FULL SERVICE BANK YOUR BANKAMERICARD. BANKAMERICARD BANK WE'RE THE BANK YOUR BANKER WOULD USE WHERE HE VISITING THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BEACHES 630 HARRISON AVENUE. PANAMA CITY Phoiw 769-4811 MEMBER: Federal Depoalt Insurance Corp. Thousands of gospel singing fans from all iacross America are expected to stream into Bonifay for the annual "Biggest All Night Singing in the World," Saturday, June 29. The Happy Goodman Family will headline the 1974 program that begins promptly when the sun goes down and literally lasts until the sun peeps over the horizon Sunday morning. Other top-notch gospel groups on the program include Hovie Lister and his Statesman Quartet of Atlanta, The Kingsmen, Sego Brothers and Naomi, and the Dixie Echoes. The star-studded talent lineup also includes Wendy Bagwell and The Sunliters, The LeFevres, Hopper Brothers and •Connie, Scenicland Boys, Senators with Bill Shaw, The Bibletones, Coy Cook and The Premiers. Sponsored by the Bonifay Kiwanis Club, Bonifay is where it all began. The thriving rural community literally domes alive as streaming masses of gospel singing faithful "burst the seams" of Memorial Field, the local high school football stadium. A large campground adjacent to the stadium is expected to be filled with every conceivable type of recreation camper as vacationers from all over America appear the last week of June for a choice spot. The Lions Club joins forces with the Kiwanians to direct parking on acres of cleared ground. Kiwanians will provide concession stands on the stadium grounds throughout the evening. 'Although the stadium's reinforced concrete seats will accommodate several thousand people, individually owned folding chairs on the field itself will prb/ide choice seating for the fans. Picnic time will prevail all night, as entire families appear with baskets of homecooking and home-grown watermelons. WELCOME TO 11073 W. HWY. 98 PANAMA CITY BEACH Be Sure to get your key to Fun City Treasure Chest for a $25 Gift Certificate. After riding Indy "500" get your key at the Redemption center. 11073 W. HWY. 98 PANAMA CITY BIACH » 0 ' YftA f/A-}

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