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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 THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 221 v v v v v v ~ v V v V v v v v v The Seniors Of The Week Ramona Sightler Rusty Peters FHA Convention On April Z, Mrs• Pittman, Naretha Whitley, Kay Sightler and Renee' Jackson left to at- tend the State F.HA. Conven- tion in Montevallo, Alabama. At the meeting there were several good speakers, who talked to everyone about the duties of state officers• Then everyone voted, sang for awhile and had lunch-on the campus. After lunch, everyone met in the auditorium and listened to some more speakers. Then the new officers were installed. The State F.H.A. president was Joan Morris, who is from Opp, Alabama• Many people toured the cam- pus of the University, especially the Home Economics Depart- ment. The Floralagrouparriv- ed home about 10:30 that night• Banquet On May 4, 1976, the Future Homemakers of America will hold their annual Mother- Daughter Banquet. This year the banquet will be held at the high school at 7:30 p.m. The events taking place will be a featured guest speaker and in- stallation of the new officers• All members of FHA and their mothers are invited to attend and a covered dish sup- per will be served. Any interested member giv- ing thought to running for office should contact the President of FHA. The members of FHA hope that their sponsor, Mrs• Pitt- man, will be able to be with them at the Mother-Daughter l~mluet. ,: , ii!!i ¸ : ¸%4:¸ ' .~ THOSE WERE THE DAYS Can you guess who this cute freshman girl is? If you can't tell by looking at the picture, here's a few helvful hints: Color of hair - blonde; color of eyes - blue; age - 14; height - 5'7"; favorite teacher - Mr. Holmes; hobbies - bike riding and skating; favorite color- purple; favorite group - Ea- gles; Zodiac - Gemini. Last weeks "Those were the Days" was Carol Ray. •.. Rhea lls New Mem •.. Anne Garden Tips by W. H. "Be" Kinard, Coun- ty Extension Chairman Here's a trick or two that will help you win your battle with weeds. CONTROLLING NUTGRASS- Plant tall growing crops that produce a heavy shade in gar- den areas infested with nut- grass. Planting early will help the crop get the jump on nut- grass and the shade will us- ually hold the pest down until the vegetables mature. Using this system of planting can help deal with light infesta- tions of nutgrass. After the crop matures, remove allcrop stubble residue and disk, plow or stir the area frequentlydur- ing the hot dry time of year to destroy the nutgrass tubers and prevent them reinfesting the area before frost. OTHER WEEDS - One of the easiest ways to control other weeds in the garden is by keep- ing them from making seed. Plow up any. rows where the crop has already matured and plant it to another crop. It is just as easy to grow veget- ables in these areas as it is to try to keep it from growing up in weeds. Successful gar- deners keep their whole garden area in production at all times -- this makes weed con- trol an easy chore• Using a heavy mulch of pine straw, hay or similar material will help keep weeds under con- trol in long season crops like tomatoes• The mulch will also cut down on the need for irri- gation and help keep the fruit off the ground. TOMATOES - Here are some tips for getting big, red, de- licious tomatoes. Make a light application of nitrogen on toma- toes after the first fruit is about an inch and one-half in diameter to keep the plants green and growing and to in- crease the tomato production. Tomatoes make fruit on the new growth and side-dressing is im- portant for plants to produce best yields• "The trouble with being pleasant is people think you're a hypocrite." The membership list 1976-77 fiscal year plete Installment of members took place at 7:30 p.m., at a the Florala High School The roster of new for the up-coming Carolyn Howell, lips, David Garner, dog, Lydia Larkins thony, Shirley Corbin, Frank Dawson, Harrison, Suzan dra Henderson, Renee son, LaJuan York, John Karen Potter, Carol Ray, Baber, Randall tal Burns, Tommie Michael McDaniel, Li.' chell, Irene Petritsis, Pound, John Rodwell Savage. We are sure that coming year will truly memorable one and one of success for the Club. Two ways to be quick without hurrying. ... Rhonda Snapper is fast so you can get through fast. Here's why: Grass bag is mounted behind the Business mower. ° Extra-large grass bags for fewer Tournament On April 8, Mr. Revell and Mrs• Lancaster took several of their students to participate in the business tournament at Lurleen B. Wallace State Ju- nior College. The students par- ticipated in three categories: typing, accounting and short- hand. Rhea Yarbrougb won first place in typing, receiving a trophy and scholarship. Anne Mills placed fourth and re- ceived honorable mention. Rhonda Phillips received hono- rable mention in shorthand. stops• * Powerful vacuum action- for an extra clean lawn. Get yours today. Snapper is fast for yOU. [, All Snapper mowers meet ANS.I. safety specifications. ADAMS CHAIN SAW Highway 331 South Paxton, Fla. Ramona In this weeks Senior Spot- light we have none other than Ramona Sightler. Ramona is eighteen years old and was born under the sign of Taurus• Her favorite teacher is Mrs. Smith and her favorite color is green. In hei" spare time, she enjoys painting. Her future plans are undecided, but she leans toward going to college. We wish Ramona luck in the future for whatever she does. Rusty Our charming senior for this week is Rusty Peters. Rusty has brown hair, hazel eyes and is six feet tall. He en|oys playing tennis, water skiing and thinking about the future. Rusty is very active in school. He is President of the Drama Club and is a member of the Beta Club and Math Club• Aft er graduation, Rusty plans to attend the University of Ala- bama, where he plans to major in Chemistry and minor in Dr- ama. We wish Rusty the best for his future~ What If... • . . We didn't have English? • • . Lisa Mitchell had short hair? • . . Mr. Stevenson wore blue socks instead of white? • . . Mollie Martin was tall? . . . Kathy Caraway was fat? • . . We had longer lunch pe- riods? • .. We didn't have telephones? • . . Mike Spicer and Ben Rob- bins got Student Council Pre- sident and Vice President? • . . The girls had a malecoach for PE? • Karen Potter lost her voice • . . Mr. Alsup was married? GARDEN SHELVES -AND- STANDS MADE OF WHITE WROUGHT IRON MESH. *3 SHELF GARDEN STAND 38" HIGH *" PARISIAN" Z-TIER PLANT STAND 28" HIGH (STEEL MESH) OUR REG. PRICE $8.97 s SALE PRICES GOOD THROUGH APRIL 24th, SATURDAY 8111L 2.4 . • IM percent Stretch Nylon • Perma Press • Stripe Top & Solid Shorts • Assorted Colors • Sizes 7.14 SET ENAMEL CANNERS GREAT FOR BIG PARTY COOKING IN THE KITCHEN, ON THE PATIO, OR AT THE BEACH! TWO SIZE RANGES FOR BOTH HOT AND COLD-PACK CANNING. PORCELAIN WARE . . TOUGHT, DURABLE, HEAT PROOF, 22 QT.-7 JAR CAPACITY OUR REG. 33 QT. SIZE )UR REG. PRICE $II.97 97 EACH 97 EACH PANTY HOSE ONE-SIZE FITS ALL ASSORTED SHADES. FIT PERFECTLY, MOVE AND BEND WHEN YOU DO. OUR REG. PRICE 68¢ HAIRSPRAY 13 OZ. Holds your hair but no one knows it's there OUR REG $1.69 .REGULAR • EXTRA HOLD ,UNSCENTED .ULTIMATE !CE TEA TI 16 OZ. BLUE GLASS ANDSOME BLUE TUMBLERS. 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