The Dothan Eagle from Dothan, Alabama on May 1, 1949 · Page 9
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**·. 3J " fe: L . t*--** T Hold Rall At Ozark By ED DRIGGER8 $.\.-:--:iV«3' J *:*?: :.-$*:?*' Newt 4-H Ch Stud OZARK Sl;ifiE Co-respondfncc) -- H a m and 1.000 Dalu County 4-H c l u b b'ys and girls had a monopoly on t h i r d s hc-ro Friday. / tiu- y(nir;{stt.T3. i n- t'.-r.t on h a v i n g another succcssfM l a l l y day. went home feeling they had conquered the rain. They ;adcd, they sang, and they a p- l-l.uidod t h o i r outstanding felloe cUib wurfce. During crrrrnonif.s at the l»v.i K a i l park their parade was cancelled over and ovr- on the downpour. Just when t h « -;i ii-asi cxpeetr.-tl it they grab- bod their banners and inarched ist the square. Many carried their raincoats on one arm but nobody ;;ot v/ct. Be fore it rained again all 1.1100 w t i-oalcd in a movie, xvhich was part of rally tkiy aclivilit-s. This y e a r oigiit c l u b s had p'.-r- fi-ct records in tin; racy for loving cups. The four cups awarded oii- I ' U a l l y to the mont uulstsindir.r; in tho county were given jointly. R e c e i v i n g the cups were t li e presidents of the Skippi-rville and Dalevilto senior g i r u club, t h e Dalvvilli- and S'.ipp"rvilli? boy:;, the Newton and Ualt'V.llo j u n i o r girls, and tlu ; nd New tun j u n i o r buy:. Oniniy A g e n t Doug Thomnson jnacle the awards. Green ribbons were a w a r d c J tho following junior clubs: Anton hoys nnd ^irls; Echo girls. Ewcll r.irls and boys, Grimes girls, Mid land City gins, Ozuvk boys and Kirls. Pinckard boys and gi ;;nd Skippervillo boy? and girls. Al.vo receiving p'?(.*n ribbons for having a quality po^nt average of l»5 or better were the Kcho senior r.irls club, and tho Newton boys and Kirls senior clubs. Assistant Agent Gordon Hubbard made these awards. Celeste Gricgs. outgoing presi rlont of tho county council, called the m o M i n g to order and Uur.d Slit* g;ivel n v r r to Krup.clh Cllilp (I'.iiu. the new p r e s i d e n t . Diu»ias i'.:vv:n, Dr.a'k n m y r r . delivered t h r wi.-lconic a:IUvs". Brown introduced by the council prcsi ilcnt. Data County's 4-H county council nlso Incliuk's: Hazel Woodall, first vice-president; "Willie Wood all. second vice-president; EUza beth Brown, s p c r c t n r v ; and P:iu!n Herring and Douglas Snell, S").'i Icachrs. Homo Asent K c i t a Thomas and Assistant Home A^rnt C a .\ d y Johnson were among tho leaders at Friday's rally. Dale County has npproximitely 1.4IX) boys nnd girls engaged in 4-H work. Officials expressed a belief thnt tho rains discouraged the other 400 f r o m attending. ·1 H i-lubs v.'crr TnV. 01 n.iK- iVvir.'.v U P t i r . . l:'.c :. Sn:u (."; - . j v . '.hi-:; c 1 d;i*.y By ABBY ELLABD Newton school's boys 1 and 4-H clubs have six campions m their midst, all bom-ied withia a month's time. The girls have the Dale County dress revue and daw *oQds_t*ain demonstration' contest while the boys* club is Robert and Willie Woodall, and Donald McKnight as outstanding raisers of beef cattle. J e a n Turner, fifteen, is the dress revue winner for the coonty having been selected last wee* at 'the county finals. Fourteen - year- old Sue Walker and D o r o t n y Tomlin. 15, dairy Jccds team demonstration contest campions lor the county, with Jean will atteni the state 4-H club camp at Auourn in August. M r s . Bowman J. Gary is their teacher advisor. High .prize scorer in the f a t stock shows in Dothan and o/ai,. was fourteen-year^^ Willie Woodall. Willie took *ree ho ?f r li? Ozark with his Hereford calf--Ii.Sv prize in middleweight class, grand champion, and first prize in siww- manship. i In the Dothan show, he t o c\ another first prize in middleweight class, in addition to receiving a loving-cm. for ser-oni place in showrr.anship. His prize money for the t w o shews totaled $60, and his calf, which was sold for 33 cents a pound, brought $282.60. · R o b e r t , Willie's 13 - yea/-old brother, earned second prize in showmanship and third prize m the heavy - weight Hereford division at the Bale County show. Another t h i r d prize m the heavyweight Hereford class was awarded to Robert in the Dothan show. His prize money totaled fcib, and his calf sold for $260.57. Donald, thirteen - vear ' £ seventh grade student, walked off with grand champion honors with his Hereford calf in the D o t h a n show. Reserve championship honors were awarded Donald a t Ozark and Dothan shows. ^ a n d his calf took first prize in the heavyweight class at both show*. 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In lower photo presidents of eight clubs jointly winning cups as most outstanding are pictured. They a r e : (left to r i g h t ) Sara Powell. Skipperville girls senior club; Joan Marchman, Daleville senior; Billy Waters. Dalcvilte senior boys club; Kenneth Chapman, Skipperville senior; Rcba King, Daleville junior girls club, Charlotte Price, Newton junior; Glen Howell, Daleville junior boys, and Preston Rosser, Newton junior boys club. (Eagle Staff Photos). o: Talk B sell, who had charge of the pro-1 chase of Easter Seals, County gram. Eugene Lane, secretary, of | Superintendent J. J. Collins, said the club, presided in the absence i yesterday, of President Fred Taylor a n d ' vice-President John Persse. Visiting Rotarians were E. B. McDaniel, Jr., o: Dothan a :i d Woodrow O w e n s , entomologist from Florala and Lockhart. Other visitors were Melvin Faulkner, Andalusia; Glen Suj'dam of B D o- than; and Dr. C. M. Capps. TV.r br;»u: of a n e w l y born child Is about one third its ultimate size. ENTERPRISE S fc e c i a 0 -Thomas M. Ford, director of publications of the State Department c f Conservation, was g u e s t speaker at the Enterprise Roia;y Club's luncheon, meeting at t ii o Rawls Hotel /this week. Ford talked about Vne conservation uf f i s h ' a n d wildlife and or- '^ani/.cd .spurting H'ics. The f.lcparlir.cn: is r.n::i'.ius to he!p t:on- serve A l a b a m a ' s w i l d l i f e , t h c ( speaker said, but lacks the c o-1 schools and special class groups in Eight- Geneva Schools Exceed SeoBs Quotas Going over their quotas a r e Samson, Samso n Negro, Hart'ord Negro, Tate, Gen-sva Negro, continuation classes, Lytle ,and veterans agriculture class. Their total contributions are $348.06. Still incomplete are the reports from Geneva, Black, Malvern, Bellwood and Hidle schools, which are thus far reported sales of seals amounting to $136.20. Schools yet to report are Hart- CHIPLEY ( S p e c i a l ) -- Mrs. Ruthie Miller, eighty-seven, who settled with-her late husband on a homestead just outside of Wausau, some 60 years ago, died t h e r e Friday morning. A pioneer citizen of Washington County, Mrs. Miller was a w e l l * known figure throughout this area. She reared eight children and at-] the time of her death headed a family of 42 grandchildren, 45 great-grandchildren and t h r e e great-great grandchildren. She was a member of the Primitive Baptist church. The funeral was held at 10 a. m. yesterday at the House of Prayer church in Wausau with the Rev. Daniel Walters and the Rev. Louis Rogers officiating. Burial was m t h e Barefield cemetery, directed by Blackburn Funeral home. Surviving children are M r s . Georgia Food, ' Mrs. HatUe Car- j ter, Mrs. O, G. Harrell, M r s , Anni e Finch, all of Wausau; Mrs. N. A. Curlee of Altha; Mrs. E v e a d n e Vickers of Panama City; A. D. and W. L. Miller, both of Wausau. Pall bearers were J. T. Harrell, A. D. Taylor, W. L. Miller, E. B. Wood, David Miller, Willie Bruce Vickers and W. D. Finch. Wrong Names Used In Verdict Report A story in The Eagle on Friday reporting that a $225 verdict had been given by a Houston County jury to .Raymond Harnes against D. R. Hanners was in error. The verdict was given to Raymond Benton instead of Harnes and was against Royce Hanners iristsad of D. R. Hanners. -\ ·': ·»- ·? : :?GV v-r :. * · · · . *?. ··, ^ · » M ·. .·' - · ^'jh'^i , .-/OA*/ .«-V t · f : ':' ,:-.-'^ NEWTON 4-H CHAMPIONS -- Six Newton school 4-H club members have won awards and prize*? projects within a month's time. Top photo shows Sue Walker and Dorothy Tomlin. dairy food, demonstration winners with Jean Turner (right), dress revue winner of Dale County. In lower 1 " Robert Woodall, (left), Donald McKnight, (center) and Willie Woodall, winners of fat stock prizes in Dothan and Ozark. (Eagle Staff Photos). False T H Around World, Never 'Catch Up MOBILE (AP) -- Thith ith the , York address. But by the time the , r-r.v-1!.'. twth shtory of seaman Arthur J. Gre-11 e e t h arrived, Grevelle h a d °? ce ^ ore *«yeiie stormed Grevelle. Where, manded, were his false His fury died to Miss Rosezella Dooley, ' club retary, produced mail receipts show him she had done her :-' -i 3 *'· velle and hith world-wandering j shipped out on a vessel going to faith shteelh. the Pacific. They've been playing a g l o b e - The teeth showed up in Hawaii, girdling game of ring around the The seaman was losing \veight in rosy since last June, and it's the Philippines. The molars a 1- j pretty hard on Grevell- most put the bite on him in Ber- Did you ever try to gum. steak muda. They missed him i n Gerin three continents? many. The story began when Grevelle After that they were returned left his molars at the Catholic i to Mobile. Maritime club e m- Maritime Club in Mobile. He went off to New York without them. He wrote back hungrily, a n d they were forwarded to his New ployes dutifully sped them toward Grevelle's last known address. Scarcely w a s t h e package ocean-bound when into the club where he wasn't Grevelle reinforced himsli a bowl of mush and walked He left no forwarding worts =-. And the teeth came back. Miss Dooley polished them and this time locked them in the club safe. If* up to velle to get together win molars, §he laid. Some coin-operated chines make and ti if a larger value coin it. ^ v$; -·£= % · .*i- - ,-s* **s* ·'£· ro:d, Slccomb. Fad^c, Ccfica Benton originally sued D. B, v s rrv, * -prints, Bullock, Jlacoda, Lower v, Hanners and his son, Royce, joint- ! _ j l f L . I l l n , , _ _ * _ * . ** -. , » i l _ _ ^ _ _ _ _ l _ ' _ * _ i _ _ hvood Negro and Geneva Coun- operntion of the public. _ t -- _ - ,, · - . * y Geneva county have exceeded, ' J He was introduced by Ual Ru«- their invididual goals OQ the pur- The weight of the human brain increases 200 to 300 per cent during the first year of life. .y but amended the complaint to dismiss D. R. Hanners, leaving Eoyce Hanners as the only defendant. Benton's suit was th-s outgrowth of a diaput* over distribution of a peanut crop. Uv.-j:;-., ,1 srj. A " · · · · ' : ".#?v. /.vi, - *^ ;y;; .^»;,^-: ^ix^/-.^-'--^ ·.; ?T^. - · ^--^; V^ ·: , ··- ·· lr ':fi::.···";;-.,'. . -.'-··· . ···:·.-:V--' ··''x···-;··;; 'V ·-.-· · .x: ·:·.;'· ··-.^-- · · · *·:: 3--'rf'y'·.:*.£$:·..'* ·-.·v/v-.w ·-;··.·/-·.,··:^-v-.-.'i i v- '%V^ j 4 : ,. . . · - » ; ·/*,.*.·.*.:- ' · ji - / -i---"- : .." ' . A · · I* *" '. e:. . -.- '. ' .. . / - ' - - STUD " * . * · * * . " ' * ; . - · · * ' · ·· '^ '-·' . MT- -*;·""·· ' - ' ' " / * . , i'-: M ·'·*;·'- : .- "-···'.'-.-^m^vtf-^i 41 '^a\-.: -ii: V-.:--. -·*"' .r'-Jhr^^^£Vj ^ : -^«^-^--^--^.^-.;-?^^j^fe^^?^:^^^i SCHOOL INSFECTION -- State legislators and other officials are shown abov · A d « A * · . ^ j ^ b - i _ . - - -i ----- - v*«* *«^ |^fc ^WWA A %«· b^ r Probate Judge J. Albert Loguc, both of Dothan. (Eagle Staff Photo). our Representative; Senator W. Guy Hardwick and __NTS -- Bobbie Calhoun Gett), 'and Eugenia Glass (right) are the salutatorian and valedictorian respectively of the Ashford high school graduating class this year; Bobbie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Calhoun, of Dothan, has ·attended Ashford school since the fifth grade. Her record includes second place honors in the 1947-48 American Legion oratorical contest, membership in the Ashford FHA chapter lor four years, "most athletic" in Who's "Who, president of theJsenlbr class and vice president of the student council, Eugenia, daughter of Mr.- and Mrs. Harvey Glass, of Ashford, was top-ranking-scholar in the Junior Hi class, listed as "most intellectual student" ia Who's Who; secretary and treasurer of the senior class, member of the annual class, and member of the FHA chanter ter four war* ; r , MULTIPLI TION IN GARDEN - I*rf December Farmer W. ;H. We«d of Slocomb rout* some onion "sets" and planted them; He'expected an ordinary crop of onions, but not found be bad onions of the multiplying variety. He displays above the restdts from just tw lie planted~:23 onions! son Carlylc poses proudly with Pop aad th« bumper crop Staff Photo). r ^ ·.····..-.; · t

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