Tuesday, July 12, 2016

The Evergreen Courant's Sports Flashback for July 12, 2016

Alabama's Jim Goostree
JULY 12, 1990

The 1990-91 Hillcrest High School Cheerleaders did an outstanding job at the International Cheerleading Camp held June 29 through July 2 at Livingston University. Pictured are Sharon Mitchell and Terri Lynn Wiley; Stephanie Rudolph, Chiquita McMillian, April Barnett, Cynthia Thompson and Kimberly Stallworth; Teresa Robinson and Andrea Stots. Not shown is Chandra Smith. The cheerleaders received the following awards: third place, Grand Champion Competition, Randy Neil Most Improved Squad; All Camp Outstanding Improvement Award for Excellence; Super Spirit Award for Excellence; 110 Percent Award; Cheering, Skills, Jumps, Pyramids, Stunts, Gymnastics Award; Cheer Execution Award; and the Home Cheer Award. Individual Award winners were: April Barnett, Camp Achievement Award; Teresa Robinson, Outstanding Cheerleader Award for Excellence; Terry Lynn Wiley, Outstanding Cheerleader Award for Excellence and Spirit of ICF Award. The cheerleader sponsor is B. Joyce Stallworth.

Cynthia Pugh will be riding Amity Joe in the Evergreen Saddle Club’s Free Horse Show Saturday at 4 p.m. at the Horse Arena at the Evergreen Municipal Park. Camp 31 Barbecue will also be on sale at the Horse Show.

JULY 10, 1975

University of Alabama trainer Jim Goostree demonstrates protective padding for helmets to persons attending the recent training clinic at the University. Looking on are Sparta Academy of Evergreen Coach Bob Owens and Albertville’s Mike Bynum.

Sparta QB Club: The Sparta Quarterback Club will meet tonight at 7:30 at the school. Films of the Spring practice game between the Sparta Academy Warriors and the Monroe Academy Vols will be shown.

JULY 14, 1960

FISHING SECRET! Get a JOHNSON Sea-Horse: Best way to get fish is to go where they are. No quieter, surer way to get to the best spots than with a Johnson. Three fishing sizes: 10 hp, 5-1/2 hp and 3 hp at Wild Bros. Hdwe. Co.

JULY 12, 1945

Mrs. Cooper was complimented on Wednesday with a spend-the-day party at Binion’s Pool. Eighteen enjoyed the day with the honoree.

JULY 10, 1930

Miniature Golf Course To Be Installed Here: Within the next week or two an 18-hole miniature golf course, to be known as the “Patsy Putter Course,” will be installed on the vacant lot just north of the Gulf Ice and Cold Storage Co. plant. The course will be owned and operated by the Arcade Theatre. Robert D. Conner Jr. of Birmingham has been here for several days this week working out the plans for the course. Work will begin immediately toward installing same.

Mr. Conner states that the course will be lighted and will be one of the beauty spots of Evergreen. It will be open all day and until 11 o’clock at night. Courses similar to the one to be installed here are being placed in all leading cities throughout Alabama, he says.

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