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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 6 ,~;,; @ 0 • Seniors Of The Week A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A CB'er AT FHS "Break, How 'bout any of you readers got a copy on this little Article... Hey, 10-4 'Preclate it. How 'bout going 10-27 to 16 for a short-short." This type of talk is not uncommon at all in the halls of FHS, especially if you are acquainted wtth right group of persons. Yes, the CB craze has definitely hit Florala. More and more people are showing up at the parking lot with an excess of antennas on their vehicles. " q .... ,~LI THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 8, Ronme Scroggins This weeks senioroftheweek Eagles. His favorite food L guy is none other than Ronnie pizza and his favorite pastime Scroggins. Ronnie is 6T' and is being with his friends. Upon has green eyes and dark brown graduation, Ronnie plans to hair. Be enjoys listening to good move to South Florida. music, such as BTO and the Enjoy it, Ronnle! 1 \ Dorinda Peterson This week the senior spot- poetry and playing the piano, light falls on ,L~, rinda Peterson. and if she's not doing that, you'll :Dorinda is 5 2 ' tall, has blue find her looking for a pizza. eyes and blonde hair. Her Upon graduation, Dortndaplans favorite subject is P.E. and to get a summer job and get favorite teacher is Miss married in December. Good White. Dorinda enjoys writing luck always. ' ',v ., A Night To Remember going on. Well, I suppose we better kinda hack 'em on outs here. Give somebody else a chance to talk. Up until, includin', and hopefully past the nexttime we have the pleasure of modu- lating with you, this will be Rojo Hill, KFA 1311 clear and 10-Z7 to a clear frequency so we can 10-10 on some of these teachers. We're clear and .... gone. JUNIOR MISS ENTRIES, standing, from left, Misses Leigh Peters, Tenna Strickland, Pat Hart/son, Jeanie Fleming, Tammy Walker, Sandra Cook, Sheri Math/s, Karen Caraway, VickieJack- son, Jackie Martin, Tami Marlow and Molly Martin. The main problem for CB'ers @ F ~f *-- ?, at FHS is speaking normally ~ es om , after talking on the radio. For example, your Physics teacher . _" Won't recognize the fact that you have a question and you scream The 1976 Miss Florala and Florala," and they will be pr- There are twelve young ladies Jr. Miss Florala Beauty Page- sented in evening gown and tal- who will. be competing for Jr. out "Break" and hit your desk ant will he held Saturday, April ent competition. Miss Ftorala, and they are ~. thinking that yOU are keying up. 10, 1976 at 7:30 p.m., in the The following are contestants Jackie" Martin, Mollie Martin, l Another problem is the use of Florala High School Gym- for "Miss Florala.": Deneice Karen Cara~vay, Shari Mathis, the 10 code. Whydoesn'tevery- uasium. Admission will he Kembro, Rhea Yarbrongh, Me- Teena Strickland, Tami Mar- I I ! one'use it? It is so muchsimp- $1.00 for both adults and stu- lanie McDaniel, Diane Mickel- low, Pat Harrison, VickieJack- let and easier and causes less dents, son, Bonita Cook, Anne Mills, son, Tummy Walker, Sandra wear and tear on both the tougue Nine young ladies will be Cindy Surrey, Sissie Savage, Cook, Leigh Peters, and Jennie ~ ] and brain. It is much easier to vying for the title of "Miss and Angelta Bradley. Fleming. Thesecontestants ! From ll fl d~ r .,t ~ nD say 10-9 than, "would you please ~,~ .......... ~ .............. .~ ........ will he present~ in evening , $~0,000,.0.~2.,0v--" repeat that"; or 10-7 than, °n l .ow mo ey bu s more omo, more < tt "excuse me, but I really must ~' ~=~:.~ ~ ~::. l ~ ~:~=~ ~ f the beauty page- leave for a little while." THOSE WERE ant this year will be Happy I investment value from Weston Homes. Our umque buim [ ing system eliminates expensive, unneceSsary constrUCti˘ P Another problem is that of Birthday America!" reflecting ] problems to bring you the home you want at a price you cZ calling people by their handles THE DAYS our Bicentennial year of 1976. I ~ord. ! J"°'~v instead of their real names. Entertainment will be pre- Non-keepers of the faith must sented by Miss Debbie Crew of ] *Zreded on your foundatio,~. M~y optio~ and add~Uons avai~?~| ~l~l surely wonder about people who go down the halls shouting Can you guess who the cute ; Montgomery, Alabama. Miss I ~garages. carports, Colonial elevations, clerestory windows, etC.,. •~~ names like White Lightning, little kid in this picture is? / " ~ Crew is a Junior at Troy State i • ~0rnJ ~, ~ University where she is a I(:~U Bartender, Potsie, Handyman, Need help? Here are a few i Speech and Theater Major. .~1;,O:]'1. I[ ~ay] Blue Boy, Hilltop, Dennis the clues. wilIMenace' and Dirt-Dobher. ThiSreally drive those teachers This little tyke's favorite ~,~ ~ MissCrew was a rnnner-up ' |~l~[|~r~ class is Physics. Her favorite ~i in the Miss TSU Pageant, and I e~ it theUP thepeopleWall.also NOtin thet° mentiOnhalls at teacher is Mrs. Holmes. She's ~i~!;~,, her talents will contribute It~ ~J on the paper staffandisamem- ~ greatly to the Florala Pageant. [Call or Stop by: the time. her of the Science Club. ~ ~ ~ The Beauty Pageant is spon- I • !t~l 1 At recess and lunch the Her favorite color is orange, ~|~ sornd annually by the Future | ZOR INDUSTRIES | ty and she really enjoys listening MM|I Homemakers of America. The to tha to the Eagles. She'd rather ~ funds areusedforvariousneeds I NICK ZORN, Dealer , l, technical jargon really starts flying as everyone groups up and have a plateful of spaghetti than in FHA, and for school and Phone 8-9235 Florala, AI talks about how far they cantalk, anything else. • (Funny, she community projects. the best types of antennas, the doesn't get fat!) She works good and had points Of certain off all her calories by playing units, etc. You really have to he up on it to onderstandwhat's tennis or piano, I guess. After finishing FHS, this studious junior plans to attend Auburn. She has green eyes, and shoulder length brownhair. Have you guessed who it is yet? If not, check next weeks paper for the ~nswer. Last week's "Those Were The Days" was Lisa Mitchell. April Fool's Have you ever stopped to think about why the first day in April is April Fool's day? It all started in France after the adoption of a reformed cal- endar by Charles IX in 1564. France was the first nation to adopt this calendar. Up to that time, the New Year celebration began on March 2l and ended April I. When New Year's Day was changed to January 1, some people still celebrated it on April 1. These people be- came known as April Fools. In France people who are fooled on April l are called April fish, mainly because April fish • are easily caught. In Scotland, i ".:On Tuesday evening, March musicians of such professional the Aprilfoolsarecalledgowks, 30, 1976, twenty-four students calibre in person. The concert the gowk being a cookoo. The t I ~ three teachers left Florala was sponsored by PHI MUearly settlers of America High School in full confidence APLHA SINFONIA --the Pro- brought the custom of April they they would arrive safe and fessional Music Fraternity fools day along with them to i _~ound at Troy State University for Men at Troy State. our country, where it is still i [or the Woodi Herman Jazz Band The bus was repaired during celebrated each year. ~oncert. the concert, and after a pit- ~' Two and a half hours and two stop at McDonald's headed to- i [7uses later the group arrivedin ward Florala in full confidence t Troy safe but not so sure how that something else could very i ~ sound. Ten miles outside possibly delay our arrival Florala on the Kinston highway, home. But nothing happened-- THE ROLE l ] it was found that the bus had and a weary-but aesthetically fulfilled group arrived at the high school at five minutes until h00 a.m. no headlights. A second bus was obtained and the group started i out again and reached Troy just in time--but alas--onehalf i ', ~nile from the University. The i bus stoppod--aud would go no ', further. It was five minutes u~til 8:00 o'clock, so the group i got off the bus and ran (through i pouring rain) and made it to ~ the concert. i The concert was well worth the hassle with the buses. Music for all age groups was presented gith the big band sounds of the 40's, the rock of the 50's and 60's--up to the driving FAMOUS S C LAST WORDS 'Tll plant my crops...it couldn't freeze again..." "I wilt go 'to the heach...But I won't blister" STUDENTS PLAY IN PLANNING MEALS The lunchroom ladies of FHS have devised a new way to please everyone who eats in the lunch- room. They have constructed a suggestion box and placed it in front of the lunchroom so that any student interested can make a menu and place it in the box. The lunchroom ladies 'q shall return...One day!" read the menus. If the meals ~mds and rhythms of the T0's. "Anyone can pass that test.., are well balanced and reason- |though some of the group So I won't study" able, they will prepare the ,mplained of headaches from "Aw Morn 1'11 take out the meals and tell who planned : volume--everyone agreed garbage" them. So help put some pep tt it was an enjoyable and "No cop car can catch this in your lunchroom theals by ,rthwhile experience to see machine" putting suggestions in the box! APRIL BIRTHDAYS 1. Joyce Denman - 1 2. Sherry Elmore - 2 3. Karen Hebenthal - 2 4. Johnny Manning - 2 5. Jimmy McCoy - 3 6. Tommie Geohagan - 7 7. Sherry Anthony - 9 8. Martha Carr - 10 9. Jimmy Jones - 10 10. Matt Bradley - IZ 11. Mary Lotion - 13 1Z. Beverly Miller - 14 13. Rusty Boles - 16 14. Steve Lassiter - 17 15. Karen Potter - 17 16 Robert Phillips - 19 17. Ramona Sightler - 22 18. George Parker - 23 19. Jo Jo Brown - 24 20. Irene Petritsis - 25 21. Mike Spicer - 25 g2. Ben Martin - 26 g3. LeRoy Robbins - 27 24. Robert Aplin - 28 25. Shirley Woodham - 28 26. Dora Carroll - 29 27. Angelia Crousby - 30 ADAMS CHAIN SAW TO HOST WOODCUTTERS DAY The Adams Chain Saw Co., of Paxton will be hosting their annual Woodcutters Day Satur- day, April I0, from 7 to 4. Larry Hattaway and Louis Lowery, owners of Adams Chain Saw Co., would like to in- vite everyone to come by and take part in their Woodcutters Day Celebration. They really have a big day planned. There will be free refresh- meats, gifts and prizes to he given away. There will he free hats with all purchases. All equipment will he discounted- this day only. Factory repre- sentatives will he present to demonstrate their products and to top the list of events, will be the log sawing contest at 1:00 p.m. Anyone can enter. First prize will be a new chain saw. 7: HIGHWAY 33 | PAXTON FLORIDA SPECIAL CHAIN m •