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q IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. THE FLORALA NEWS - SENIOR OF THE WEEK Wando ,~,tVr,ir**~* Science Club initiation was Friday, all day odd creatures were seen walking around school. Last Monday math students were overjoyed to discover that an air conditioner had been placed in the math building only for it to break down before lunch. Thanks to the Sears repairman it was fixed by Tuesday after- noon. Mr. Strickland's tenth grade classes are busily reading no- vels. The Florala Wildcat Band presented its spring concert May 6; members of the junior band joined them on one song. Next year's Junior class has already started its fund drive. Along with them cheerleaders are selling candles to raise mo- ney for clinic, etc. Junior class rings arrived Friday. Jerome Woodham and Jeffrey Owens won the Student Council President and Vice-President election. WITH $79.00 PURCHASE FOR 3 DAYS ONLY TUXEDO VINYL SOFA-BED & CHAIR \ REG. $64.95 PC. DINETTE Cozy kitchen set includes rectangu. [ar table with mar-resistant p(astic top and 4 vinyl backed chairs for easy clean up. FOR 31 GRADUATION Look out world! Here comes Wanda Sasser, last of the simple wholesome country girls. She stands 5'T' tall, has blonde hair, green eyes, a peaches and cream complexion, and a smile warm- er than country sunshine. This sweet little thing likes to cook and sew and can eat up some collard greens and cornbread, her favorite vittles. She disg her favorite vittles. She digs gospel music and passes spare time by playing monopoly, wat- ching T.V., and reading the Bible. Her favorite T.V. show is the Waltons. Wanda belongs to several organizations which include Math Club, Beta Club, F.H.A. and honor roll. Her fu- ture plans are to marry Michael Scroggins on June 7 and liveona great big farm. NOTES IN THE NEWS The tenth grade spent Tues- day, Wednesday, and Thursday taking 10th grade tests. THROUGH THE EYES OF A SENIOR Life is a series of stairs to climb. With each step aper- son feels he has reached the top only to painfully discover another step to scale. At a i young age, I used to say em- r sure wish I could phatically, "I be in the twelth grade and gra- duating, then my life would be easy - downhill all the way." Well, here it is less than two weeks before that big day I have hoped for. The realization is not, however, that life is going to be easy. It seems that the stairs I have been climbing thus far in life have suddenly become much steeper and the climbing is much steeper also. The gra- duation step will open the door to the world -- a world full of problems and strife. No mat- ter what the future holds, I'm sure that all the seniors at F.H.S. and all around our coun- try join me in saying, "Look out world here we come!" I Express My To All The Voters Who Supported Me. During The Balance Of My Term, I Will Diligently Continue Work For Honest And Good Law Enforcement. I Also Wish To Congratulate And Extend My Best Wishes To For His PD. POL. ADV. BY ROGER PRESTWOODOF ANDALUSIA FOR 3 DAYS ONLY Reg. $229.95 Suite is biscuit-tufted in soft vinyl, on Shepherd casters for easy moving. Sofa-Bed converts into guest bed for two. Tub Chair has barrel-shaped back for sink- back seating. ,A MAN-SIZED SIZED VINYL RECLINER FOR 3 DAYS ONLY Relax in the care-free comfort of this deeply tuf- ted, comfortable chair. Adjusts to three back positions, large accommodating foot rest. _ ~:~r-~¸ $449.95 TRADITIONAL q THREESOME FOR 3 DAYS ONLY Elegant, Motelasse Sofa, Loveseat and Chair offer unsurpassed beauty and comfort for yaur living room. You'll be proud to own this suite for years to come! OVAL BRAIDED RUGS FOR 3 DAYS ONLY Nylon in homespun looking shades, set includes one 9' x 12', one 3' x 5' and two 2' x 3' rugs. REG. $359.95 BROYHILL PC. BEDROOM FOR 3 DAYS ONLY Includes Triple Dresser, Chest, Mirror and Headboard in pecan finish Unique chain drawer pulls and styJ- ized component carvings add drama. FURNITURE & APPLIANCES PHONE 8- I 5 6 5 FLORALA, ALABAMA REG. $ 279.95 PC. MEDITERR | BEDROOM FOR 3 DAYS ONLY Walnut coJored suite includes Dres- ser, framed Mirror, Headboard and Chest. Intricate, deeply carved eff- ect and graceful scepter-like drawer pulls. REG. $ 2 1 9.9 5 CORNER GROUP FOR 3 DAYS ONLY Enjoy sleek space-saving seating & s with 2 Day-Beds, 2 Bolsters, Hanging ~nd Walnut Color Corner Table. Colorful ted coverlets are removable, couches r0 from under table on casters. ,pLEt| TWIN \ \ BEDS FOR 3 DAYS ONLY Inclvdes 2 durable innerspring matt- resses, 2 foundations and 2 maple finished Colonial Spindle Headboards with frame. USE YOUR CREDIT GUNTER DUNN