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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 4 THE FLORALA NEWS - JUNE 10, A round A nd A bout Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Vickie Robblns, daughter of Smith, Jr., Sandra Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Alphys Robbins, Miss Helen White attended the was awarded a certificate of Ordination Service for the Rev- merit for outstanding accom- erend Stephen L. Smith in plishment in regular attendance Montgomery on May 31 at the for 8 years. She attended W. First United Methodist Church. S. Harlan in Lockhart. The Reverend Smith was or- dained to the office of Elder and received into the full man- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Harrl- istry of the United Methodist son spent the past weekend with Church. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harrisun He has recently been trans- and family in Auburn, Alabama. ferred to Chumuckla, Florida, where he will be pastor of the First United Methodist Church. Friends of Merton Reeves will be pleased to know that he Lynn Smith, daughter of Mr. has returned home and is re- and Mrs. Harrel Smith of Lau- covering nicely from an injury rel Hill, has been chosen Ist received while working on his It runner-up in the Senior DayS- lake lot. sion of the Old Spanish Trail Reeves shoulder was pulled Festival contesL out of socket which required hospitalization in Enterprise Descendants of the late Mack on Saturday. He returned home H. and Mary Busbee will hold Sunday. their annual reunion on Satur- day, June 12 at the~Id Busbee Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sullivu Home in the Children's Home and Leigh Anne have returned Community. Family and friends from Arkadelphia, Arkansas, are urged to attend and bring a where they attended the weddiM covered dish. of Mrs. Sullivan's brother, Sic- yen Toler. Miss Jan Toler re- ~, ~ ~ Bill Goolsby, of New York turned to Florala with the Sul- City, is spending a few days livan's and will be spending STUDY PLANS. Mr. B. F. Foreman, Diesel and Heavy Equip- dent, MacArtlmr State Technical College, study plans for the new with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. several weeks with them. merit Instructor, Mr. R. C. Dorsey, Business Manager, Mr. Ray- Diesel and Heavy Equipment facility. C. W. Goolsby, Jr. mond Chisum, Dean of Instruction, and Mr. E. C. Nevin, PresS- Royce Scofield will receive Mickey Thomas, son of Mr. his Bachelor of Science in and Mrs. Raleigh Thomas of Business Administration from Paxton, madetheDean'sList AuburnUniversityingraduation Tlt ble Cli ic Pla d at the University of Southern ceremonies on June 8. ~ C e~ m ~ F~ ~ e Mississippi for the Spring Scofield will be among 1,852 Quarter, 1976. persons receiving degrees from Auburn. University. Corn- The Andalusia Chamber of She recently studied with Mr. C. C. Cobb and daugh- mencement on the maincampus Commerce is sponsoring a Vannie Edwards, who was the ter, Mrs. Evelyn Colvin, spent will be at 2:30 p.m., in Me- Dance and Tumble Clinic at the 1964 Women's gymnastics a long weekend in Mobile with morial Coliseum on June 8. A Johnson Recreation Center in coach. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Harrison• reception for graduates is be- Andalusia on June 14 from 9 The clinic will consist of bal- ing given by PresidentandMrs. a.m. until 2 p.m. let, jazz and tumbling. The Mrs. Easter Mac Ward spent Harry M. Philpott in the Union The clinic is open to boys classes will be for the begin- the weekend in Gulfport with her Ballroom. and girls, age eight and older, net as well as for the advanc- son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jo Ann Christophered. Kenneth Ward. The Paxton Assembly of God from Mobile will be the instruc- Following the clinic there Church will have its monthly tot. Mrs. Christopher has been will be a demonstration of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Hut- sing Friday, June II, 1976 at teaching dancing and tumbling tumbling. cheson, Madonna and Greg, are 7:30 p.m. spending two weeks SuSan Jose, Featured group will be the for 15 years. She has studied For more information, call dancing with the San Francisco the Andalusia Chamber of Com- California with her brother and Southland Gospel Singers from Ballet and has studied jazz with merce or Cindy King at 222- sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robertsdale, Alabama and other such teachers as Luigi and Gus 7308 in Andalusia. Ben Meredith. local groups. Giordano. Everyone is invited to attend. Mrs. Sally Mae Parker spent the weekend in DeFuniak Mrs. Beulah Slaughter, Mrs. Controlling Pests More Springs, with relatives. Eunlce Jones and Miss Vera Givens attended the 100th bir- thday dinner of Mrs. Matilda--~" ,n:rr:cutt Mrs. TomGibsonattendedthe Cotton at Paxton Town Hall on 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. Sunday, June 5, 1976. and Mrs. Glenn Gibson nfHart- Mrs. Walker Nal~of Clewis- Controlling insects, weeds, ing Techniques; and Identifi- ford, Alabama on Sunday after- ton, Florida was the~pte~ast diseases and -nematodes in cation, Control and Manage- noon, June 6, 1976. Mrs. Gibson week of Mr. and Mrs. Sam crops is getting more expen- merit of Weeds and Grass in was the former Agnes Quillin of Jackson. While here, she and sire and complicated every Peanuts, Soybeans Corn and Hartford and Mr. Gibson a for- Mrs. Jackson spent Tuesday day. Extension Farm Agent Grain Sorghum. mer resident of Florala, Ala- and Wednesday with their Claude Pike says - County far- Also on the program are lden- ~~ ~ ~ "~~ bama. friends, Mrs. Fred Nail and mers will have a chance to tification, Control and Manage- ~~t/, ~'If-~-~--~'~"~ ~- I ~"] Mr. Nail in Jackson, Alabama. learn about a new pilot program merit of Plant Diseases in Pea- - //" ~t'//, There will be a revival at From Wednesday afternoon in pest management by attend- nuts and Soybeans; ldentifica- ~~--.I~.--~S~-~ ~',~ ~ the New Harmony Holiness through Saturday, the Jacksons lug a Multi-Crop Pest Manage- tion, Damage, Sampling Tec,~- Church beginning on Monday, had anotherspecialhonseguest, merit Short Course attheWire- niques; and Control of Nema- June 14, with tho Reverend Jack their grandson Joshua, while grass Substation at Headland todes in Peanuts, Soybeans, The custom of wearing wedding rings comes from ancient Webster as speaker, his parents attended a camp at June 15 and 16. Corn and Grain Sorghum. Am- Rome. The church gives all an in- Lake Jackson. He is the son Farmers who participated in pie time will be provided to vitation to come. Services be- of the Reverend and Mrs. AI the program last year" swear answer growers' questions on gin at 7 p.m. Jackson. by it -- it saved them uunec- all the topics covered essary applications of pestS- On June 16 there will be a cides, which really helped out tour of selected peanut, soy- their pocketbooks, bean, corn and grain sorghum --'~-stt°mecom'n% Revival Specialists from theAlabama fields in the Headland area. Cooperative Extension Service During the tour, growers will and the Auburn University get the latest on evaluating plant School of Agriculture and Ag- disease infection levels, nema- A No th C k ricultural Experiment Station tode sampling techniques and • t r ree will present topics of interest insect sampling t$chniques. to all Wiregrass growers. A- All county growers can learn Homecoming will be Sun-noon. At g:00 p.m. Reverend moug subjects tobecoveredare how to manage their operations day, June 13th at North Creek Don Hall will speak. There Meeting the Challenge of El- more effectively at less costby Church with the Reverend Wfl- will not be a Sunday night ficient Crop Production; An Exo coming to this two-day confe- son Meadows, a former pastor service, but each night there- planation of the Pilot Multi- rence, Pike concludes. For of North Creek speakiug atthe after services will begin at Crop Pest Management Pro- more information, contact the lh00 a.m. services. 7:30 p.m. and continue through gram; Identification, Damage, local county office. June 18th. Everyone is in- Control and Management, Lunch 'will be served at rated to attend. Threshold Levels and sampl- Questions nd Answers On Farming Dy Claude W. Pike and Robert be effective, the spray must plus I I/Z pounas; Kocide 404 varieties are as follows: Funk's E. Lander, Extension Farm wet all the leaves on the plant. Plus Flowable Sulphur 6 lb. 111, GabS-l, Millhye 99, Mil- Agents One tip over the row will pro- per gal., 2 quarts plus 1 quart, lex 23 and Southgrazer. The What are the recommenda- bably do the job for the first ' sorghum-sudan hybrids are as tions for controlling leafspot spray but 3 tips per row will follows: Chowmaker Dekalb in peanut fields? be required toward the end of When and where will the or- SX-16, Funk's 83F, Graze-H- Begin spraying when peanut the season. Ten (10) to fir- ganized feeder pig sales be held Bale, McNair 711A, Mor-se 11, plants are 6 inches across or teen (15) gallons of water per next week? Pioneer 988 and Summergraz- first spots show up on oldest acre should be used forsprays, Sales are scheduled as fol- er. The recommended sudan leaves which ever comes first, especially when vines are lap- lows: June 7, Fayette in Fay- , grass hybrid is Trudan 5. Spray on a 10 to 14 day sche- ping. ette County, 1,200 pigs; June'8, dule until two weeks before har- Russellville in Franklin County, What could be causing my vest. Under fairly dry condi- What are the recommended 1,800 pigs; June 9, Tuskegee soybeans to die? tions, spraying every 14 days fungicides to control leafspot in Macon County; and June 9, at One insect, the grub of the will probably be adequate for in peanuts? Section inJacksonCounty, 1,200 white fringed beetle, is cutting control, but during periods of The recommended materials pigs tentatively consigned, the roots of some soybean plants high humidity and rainfall it and rates are as follows: Bra- and causing them to die. A may be necessary to spray vo 6-F, 1 1/Z pints; Difola- What are the recommend- seedling disease is attacking every 7-10 days . If the rec- tan 4 Flowable, 3 pints; Duter, ed supplementary grazing crops some fields of beans and caus- ommended fungicide is on the 6 ounces; Duler and Micron- for this area? lug them to die. This disease plant long enough to dry it is ized Sulphur, 6 ounces plus First, the pearl millet varie- is characterized by the dying not necessary to replace it un- 1 1/2 pounds; Duter Plus Flo- ties generally out yield sor- and rotting of the main root just til the next regular spraying wable Sulphur 6 lbs./gal., 6 ghom-sudan and sudan grass below ground level. The seed- time. Use cone-type tips and ounces plus I quart; Kocide404- hybri~ on sandy soils in South ling disease is worse at this 60 to 80 pounds of pressure to S, Z quarts; Kocide 404 Plus Alahafna. So, the pearl millet time due to cold, wet soil con- spray peanuts for leaf~pot. To Mtcronixd Sulphur,. Z quarts dltions. ~r School To Build New Diesel Building MacArthur State Technical already been College has been allocated reedy for installation. $185,000.00 of bond issue too- struction of the hey to be used for the con- pected to begin in the struction of a new Diesel and ture. Heavy Equipment Building. This will probably I~ The brick and block facility up-to-date facility in will be 56' X 110', a total of* for instruction of 6,160 square feet. It will be hanics. M•cArthnr equipped with pits, monorails, graduates from rids electric hoists, and exhaust merit should be very systems and will b~ big enough meeting the demands to accomodate very large pie- work required of them | ces of Diesel equipment, lug employed. A $16,000.00 complete Die- sel fuel injection system has Sl0 e~r H fas iduti e~s eutnd~ a5 4Pe/a~ '~ confiscated 54 marijuana plants growing in the Andalusia area Assisting In the ra/d ! on Monday, May 31. according Amlahmta Police to Deputy Glen Chambers. They end the also found seeds and other trol agents. e Students needing financial aid to further their education, should apply for aid through the Alabama Student Assistance Program, Aid should be sought in addition to any other aid re- ceived. The Alabama Student Assis- tance Program is a state- federal aid program, establish- ed on April 7, 1975 by Gover- vide financial siderite of the state for undergraduate dary education. EverY student may apply except dent enrolling for for a religions Interested students contact John H. Bass, lor, Florala High School tact the admission nor George C. Wallace. The school he/she plans to program was designed to pro- MADSEN CR. PHONE 652.4429 NEW SUMMER HOURS: Monday Through Friday 9a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Evenings 6 p.m. to 9 I=IRIN8 SCHEDULE Leave Pick.up Bisque Fri./ WedTue./ Fri. Glaze Ilion./Thur Wed./Mort. Overglaze Tue. PEARL GOLD OR DECAL • • I • I FISHERMEN AND CATCH. Arna Pryer Jr., Burl Adams, and Marcus Cassady on the back row and Hance Paul, Don P•ttee, and Royce Griffith show off their day's catch following a recent fishing trip from Destin, Florida. They had a nice catch of Am- berJI~m, I weqntng 70 pounds; • few BoiJtu, • small shark and a scamp. They also spotted a White Marlin making a rare inshore appearance and a 12 foot Hammerhead Shark and a large manarny.