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-TOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ~.~I~ENTTO~L~J~C~,,DI~O~'OR~E, D~:~I~I~UTION PROHIBITED. P/~3E 7 Q 0 [ath Club Goes To Birmingham weekend of Feb. 6, the Math Club at FHS ham for a math at Samford Uni- . They left Friday 12:30 and got to their 6:00 Friday Night. the tournament Marry loseley, Leah Ann Peters, Karen Martin, Frank and Sammy Poppell. was chaperoned by Mrs. Jones, and They stayed at Inn in Hoover, just 3irmingham. Schools competed in which was held at Samford. Some of SChools were from but many were from South Carolina. put the total number of students above 1600. Although the Florala Math Club didn't win any prizes or trophies, they all had a good time. Everyone enjoyed bowling, or watching the old movies that were on TV. Every- one is looking forward to receiving the results from the test that were taken. Can You Picture? Can you picture . . . Sandra Hughes with red hair? Can you picture... Mrs. Pitman without a smile? Can you picture... David Garner without glasses? Can you picture... Mr. Stevenson in blue jeans and tennis shoes? High next year without Rhea Yarbrough? Can you picture... Beverly Caraway not being a cheerleader? Can you picture... Sonya Spears with short hair? Can you picture. . . Coach Terry without his sun- glasses? Can you picture. . . Wendy Can you picture...Wanda Brown in a dress? Taylor making a bad grade? Can you picture.. , Rosann Holtz and Sherry Elmore Together and not giggling? Can you picture... Florala MADSEN CRAFTERS PHONE 652-4429 Ceramic Greenware, Glazes and Supplies TWO DAY FIRING SERVICE The Real Meaning Of Valentines Day Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 14th as a festival of romance and affection. People send greeting cards called Valentines to their sweethearts, their friends, and members of their families. Verses on many Valentines con- tain tender thoughts. Other Valentines may include humor- ous picture and sayings. But almost allsay, "Be My Valentine". Romans celebrated their feast of Tuperculia as a lover's festival for young people. Young men and women chose paytners for the festival by drawing names by chance from a box. Then the partners exchanged gifts as a sign of affection. They usually continued to enjoy one another's company long after the festival. Many such courtship .~pds in marriage. Tuperculia which took place on February 15tb later changed to the 14th was a festival to honor Juno, the Romans goddess of women and marriage and Pan, the god of Nature. Valentine's Day is not a business or bank holiday. Schools and business remain open as usual. But, during the weeks before the festival, mer- chants sell Valentines and decoration for Valentine's Day parties and dances. School children decorate their class- rooms with bright red paper hearts. On Valentines Day, women and girls receive gifts, candy, or flowers from their favorite "Valentines." Giving the Teacher a Valentine is an exciting moment for any young boy, especially if he hopes that it will make up for his mischief-making and uncompleted lessons in the past weeks. { ~ /J ,= >: ;Ci~ John Matthews / Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Rhone display his new book, "Total Auto Body Repair". Red-Letter Day For MacArthur State Technical College Our Basketball Spotlight this week is John Albert Matthews. John is a 5' 10" senior. His air of excitement prevailed position on the team is guard, throughout the campus as His favorite hobby is cooking faculty, staff, and student body and his favorite singing groups joined to recognize Mr. L.C. are Glday's Knight and the Pips Rhone upon the publication of his and the Ohio Players. We wish brilliant new textbook "Total him the best of luck on this years basketball team and in the future. Wednesday, Februaryllwasa Auto Body Repair". A special Red-Letter-DayforMacArthur assembly was held at 10:00 State Technical College. An a.m. in the Student Center with a reception following. As an instructor in Auto Body Repair, Mr. Rhone Was keenly aware of the need for a comprehensive textbook for auto body repair" and in the Courses To Be Offered SENIOR ALPHABET h. AthleticMike Huthes B. Brilliant Hue Saturday Mornings summer of 1967 set about the task of writing such a book. He gives credit to his wife. David Yates, his son-in-law and other family tnembers for in- spiration and long hard hours of typing, editing and ill~ ustrating. The shop area at MacArthur Tech was his laboratory. Many of the pictures and diagrams were made from actual live work projects being performed by students. His publisher has said, "Total Auto Body Repair" is by far the best publication in this field to date." :: (KILN ON LOCATION) c. Clever Diane Mickelson In its continuing efforts to during this hme may register Joining the Rhones on this D. Delightful Suzan Franklin 'i~: ~ '~" E.-Enthusiastic Rea Yarbrough meet the educational needs of on March 1 between 6:30 - special occasion were Mr. and OPEN: Tue., Thur., Fri., and Sat. ~ ~ .... F. Friendly Frank Dawsonevery person, officials at Lur- 8:30 p.m., or on March 2 bet- Mrs. Floyd Rhone and Mr and i" 9 - 2 nd 5 - 8 ~'=~ ~ ~ " =~ G. Groovy Craig Hutcheson leen B. Wallace State Junior ween 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Harvey Rhone, brothers College announced this week For more information, contact and sisters-in-law of Mr~ " '~: ~:.. ~ :> / :.~, H. Happy John Matthewsthat beginning March20,'anum- the college at Z~.2-6591. Rhone. ':~ ~ I. Intelligent Sonya Moseleyber of courses will be offered r~ IPHONE FOR APPOINTMENT AT ' ~,~ ,~ J. Jolly Victor Weeks II/lllllllmllmmmlllllll F~:' ~!'~ .~ ~: K. Keen Sybil Barneson Saturday mornings. Most of OTHER HOURS .......... " .... ,. the Saturday courses will meet / , ;~.~ .... ~: :: : ~, .:~:. L. Likeable DaVid Schofield from 8:00 a.m, until noon. Ilighu,ay 85 by the Forest Serrice Tower .... ~'~' ~ " ...... ~ M. Michievious Marty Byrd I Beauty Operators N. Nice Melanie McDaniel Saturday morning classes I From Laurel Hill, Florida O. Open-mindedBen Martin will give many people an oppor- I P. PerfectionistGary Bradley tunity to schedule a college Q. Quick Arthur Hooksclass in one block of time. It R. Respected AllSeniors will also give more flexibility [1 V(~ " y B NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL s. Smart Rhonda Phillips for both day and evening stu- T. Tall Ricky Cook dents who may have difficul- nit eat, t)" Shop io Sp light Understandin,Amelia Worley ties schedulingclasses. I attended a 'OPER'I'Y AND EQUIPMEN r ,?F WILLIAM Sen r ot vVexing Sandra Henderson Courses being offered on Sa- LENDEL CHAMBERS ES rATE w. wittyGasius Grantham turday morning this Spring will i '~t'irtue of an orderoithe Probate Court of Covington X.(e) xceptional Lydia barkins include Princililes of Biology, --w y Patt Freshman Composition I, Am- 1~"~ y' Alabama, dated October 10, 19~5, Marie M. Chain- ~. Youthful Mitchell Bulger erican Literature I, Western -, ~.Atlrninistrator of the Estate of William Lendel all i Z. ZealousSherry Anthony Civilization I, Principles of Hair Fashion Show tn [m l~'~rs, will sell at public sale at public outcry for Economics I, College Alge- , 11~'~el~'tPChambersthe highestlyingbidderwest atof theFloralafarminOfcovingtonthe late Williamcounty, Stovall Anderson hra, Math in General Educa- Montgomerv.orer the weekend ,enrV I~a - " and Introduction of Business. ~'lil'nT:. , the following described personal property tion I, Typing I, II, and III, ..c~l~lng to said estate, and the said sale to be on Sat-Our Senior Spotlight shines on This weeks senior spotlight is .... All of these classes will meet...learning tile rerv ~damS' G. r~,~,~., 'rh-Mternn' the 28th day of February, 1976, at Z:00 Wally Stovall. He is 6 feet tail an eighteen year old named Patti "l " e property is as follows: and has reddish-blond haieand Anderson. Patti is 4 foot 11 from 8-1~.. Tennis will also ! e ......... ha. ~0~ green eyes. He is a person inches, has green eyes, and be offered and will meet from at ..st tn hatrJashton designs, s at I~o~1 ~0 who is very warm and charming reddish - brown hair. Her . 9-11. -,,he ,0 Tractor Bush Bog and a really wonderful person favorite teacher is Mr. Lan- Individuals may register in ~ with II[(~Q'~-ug Peanut Combine Set 4-16 Bottom Plows to know. Wally is a member of easter and her favorite song is the LBW Administration Build- styles and cuts. I[~'~ Hay Baler 1965 Chevrolet 1/2 ton Truck F.F.A. and has been for 4 years. "Take it to the Limit" by the ing Monday through Fridaybet- I~W'"ttand Hay Rake 1965 Ford 1 2 Ton Truck ween the hours of 8 a.m. and t ~ / Wally's favorite musicans Eagles. Her favorite hobbies |~t0 hisk Tow Type (Burch)Chevrolet Station Wagon 4:30 p.m., until February 25. are theEagles. He enjoys eating include: bike riding, swimming, ~ FIVE OPERA'I ORS TO SER'v'E VOU~ I~l~a~:': '-uiesel Plow 1963 32 ft Trailer (Dorsey) steak and his favorite color is and working with hand crafts. Persons not able to register I,l~ ~:row Cultivator International 1967 Tractor Tru~ blue. Wally's favorite sport is Patti's plans after graduation ~lt~t~anter (John Deere) Miscellaneous Accessories hunting, and he likes to hunt are to attend Lurleen Wallace Sandy tlenlev S, ndv ~/lli|h { {[~la)," rotund Hay Mower deer best of all. When asked State Junior College and study ~1 ")' interest in one Dorsey 1968 40 ft. semi-trailer what he looked forward to most nursing. Diane Jenkins Barlmra lteeh's of all this year, he said Information, call Marie M. Chambers, Administrator, Number 205-858-3165 or Charles R. Paul, Telephone Number 205-684-2606. FIGHT CANCER graduation. Wally plans to attend college after graduation. We wish Wally the best of luck in the future. WE HAVE OPENINGS IN: ;METOLOGY BARBERING ELECTRONICS DRAFTING BUSINESS EDUCATION DATA PROCESSING g Quarter Begins March 1 15 OTHER COURSE OFFERINGS INCLUDE: timerS.,l mdalUS~i Auto Mechanics enjoY~'~[ in A~'a Auto Body Technology Radio And Television Refrigeration And Air Conditioning Textile Technology Trowel Trades ldn't I~et Heavy Equipment rill bell Industrial Electricity e, of c~l Practical Nursing Welding Upholstery )Jscon,t ACCREDITED BY ALABAMA STATE DEPARTMENT caU l (31 EDUCATION AND SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF i co r" COLLEOES AND SCHOOLS All courses approved for training of veterans nd OPP, ALABAMA PHONE 493-3573 Attention: February Is Here February, the shortest month in the year, is here again. It is also one of the coldest months of the year but it has warm days now and then which tells us that spring is not far off. Many famous people have birthdays in February, includ- ing two o'1 America's most famous men, George Wash- ington and Abraham Lincoln. Superstitious people observe ground Hog Day during this month. For lovers, the most notable day is February 14th, Valen- tine's Day. Every four years, February has twenty-nine days. This fourth year, 1976, is LeapYear. FAMOUS QUOTATIONS FROM FHS LaJuan York - "That makes me ill." Gary Bradley - "What number are you on?" Karen Potter - "Who? What? Where? How?;' Rhea Yarbrough - "Quit, you creep!" Anne Mills "Yeah, Well" Rusty Peters - "You know what yOU can do." Melanie McDaniel - "I'm just not going to do it." Kay Sightler - "Truly?" Sonya Woodham - "Really?" Mrs. Jones - "You will not go to lunch early." Mrs. Smith - "Stoppoppingthat gum." Jeanie Savage - "If you know what I mean jellybean." Steve Sexton - "You'll be alright.' Paul Bedsole - "What should I do?" Renee Hutcheson- "Your're kidding!" Mr. Alsup - "Fantastic!!!!" THOSE WERE THE DAYS This charming little girl is still little today! She stands about five feet tall, with brown hair and green eyes. The following are a few more hints to help you guess: Favorite Color ---Blue Favorite Group ---Eagles Favorite Teacher ---Mr. Alsup Favorite Foods ---Steak, Baked Potatoes and Apple pie. Bobbies ---Reading, Sewing, and Music. ROVING REPORTER This is your Roving Reporter fi'om F.H.S. Last Thursday night at seven O'clock the Florala High School Beta Club presented a play, "It's Great To Be Crazy," in the Florala High School Gym Last Saturday Night from eight o'clock until ten thirty The Future Homemakers of America and the Future Farmers of America and their dates attended the Sweetheart Ball in the Florala High School Cafeteria. Thank you for tuning in with ,our Roving Reporter. FARRIOR ELECTRIC Contracting Repairs, Appliance Sales & Service, Home Repairs Phone 834-5216 WITH A 1 CHECKUP ~l AND A ~._1 CHtCK E1 Edna Long iii i Phone 8.0265 For An Appointment ! n n l i 1 1 1 mm Ill I Ill 1 1 I mm I I SPECIAL: FLORALA, ALA. PHONE 8-7804 MARBLE CHIPS DECORATIVE 50 LB. BAG WEEPING WILLOWS GLADIOLUS & BEGONIA BULBS 5 FT. peach, pears plum, Cltru$sKPPletli ~ it,l II....~smli FRUIT TREES e, l = EA. PECAN TREES FT. $676 RED CEDAR TREES SMALL IRISH JUNIPER 7 TO * ,:T. WHITE CREPE MYRTLE $ 1 WEEKLY SPECIAL MIXED ASSORTMENT OF CAMELIAS EACH Open Daily 9 - 5 --- Closed on Monday