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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, I PAGE 4 ,earn Duse potting Houseplants may need larger trude out drainage holes, and remove the plants with soil containers when roots appear Invert the plants, tapthecon- from the pots. If the soil is on the soft surface and pro- tainers on the edge of a bench covered with a network of roots, 1512 WEST 10TH AVENUE FLORALA, ALABAMA FIELD REPRESENTATIVE FOR Life Insurance Society Woodmen of the World HAS JUST RETURNED FROM A SPECIAL HOME OFFICE SCHOOL FOR SELECTED FIELD PERSONNEL. BASIC PRECEPTS OF FRATERNAL BENEFIT LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE HIGHLIGHT THE INTENSIVE TRAINING COURSES, WHICH ARE HELD IN THE WOODMEN TOWER, IN OMAHA, NEBRASKA. MR. MITCHELL HOPES TO MAKE CONTACT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE WITH PRESENT MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY IN THIS AREA AND OF- FER HIS SERVICES, BOTH FROM A FRATERNAL AND INSURANCE STANDPOINT. IN ADDITION, HE WILL BE CONTACTING ANY NEW MEMBERS WHOWISH TO JOIN THE WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. transfer the plants. According to a Pennsylvania State University correspon- dence course on houseplants. repotting can be done any season. A good time is when plants begin active growth as in early spring. Begonias, ferns and other plants grown for their foliage need repotting every two or three years. Select containers with diameters one-third to one- half the plants' heights. A begonia 12 inches tall needs a pot four to six inches in dia- meter. Provide drainage in the bot- toms of the containers, h pot six inches in diameter needs one inch of broken crockery or gravel. When repotting orchids and cacti, fill the pots one- third full of drainage material before putting in the soil. These and many other practical tips on selecting and growing house-plants in the home are included in the course. To secure a copy send your name and address to House- plants, Box 5,000, University Park, PA 16802. Make checks in the amount of $4.65 payable to The Pennsylvania State Uni- versity. There are no other charges and a complete course copy comes to you by mail. **** We believe most people are ready for autumn this year. October Is Beef Mon 2 pounds boneless beef for stew, cut in l'~2-inch cubes 3 tablespoons flour l'/z teaspoons salt 3 tablespoons cooking fat 1 cup water 2 medium-sized onions, sliced 1 tablespoon chili powder I can (15 ounces) kidne), red or pinto beans Mix together flour and salt. Dredge beef cubes in seasoned flour. Brown the cubes in cook- ing fat. Add water, onions and chili powder. Cover tightly and cook slowly '2 to 2V2 hours or until meat is tender, Add beans and bring mixture to a boil. Re- duce heat and simmer 15 min- utes longer until beans are heated through and flavors are blended. 6 to 8 servings. SALE ENDS SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1ST no phosphates 12¼ OZ. BOX REG. 2 FOR 45¢ BOXES FOR SPRAY DISINFECTANT 14 OZ. SIZE 100% STRETCH NYLON NEEDS NO IRONING MACHINE WASHABLE V, ULTI-COLOR TUNIC TOP WITH MATCHING SOLID COLOR PANTS SIZES S-M-L SENTINEL PERMANENT TYPE ANTI-FREEZE BY DOW m LIMIT: 4: PER CUSTOMER ONLY GALLON RED HEART KNITTING YARN BY COATS & CLARK1 * 100% ORLON®ACRYLIC * 4 PLY-4 OZ. SKEIN *MACHINE WASHABLE AND DRYABLE .I __Z__ LONG SLEEVE KNIT TOP WITH MATCHING FLARE BOTTOM PANTS. PERMANENT PRESS WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC *MOTHPROOF *COMPLETELY WASH~, BLE I *FULLY AUTOM~.'TIC CONTROL *ADJUSTS TO CHANGES IN ROOM "EMPERATURE U.L. APPROVED WES TINGHO USE LIGHT BULBS 25 -40 -60-75- 100 \VATT SIZES FEMININE NAPKINS CHOOSE FROM * REGULAR * SUPER INSTANT SUAMPOO REGULAR OR OILY $1.75 VALUE 7 OZ. SIZE EACH MR. CLEAN LIQUID 79¢ VALUE * TEEN-AGE * VEE-FORM BOXES FOR REGULAR OR MINT MEDIUM SIZE $1.35 VALUE FOR 60 TABLET SIZE WITH FREE DENTURE BATH $1.59 VALUE ~=.IP2J 28 OZ BOTTLE MILTON FLORALA DeFUNIAK SPRINGS CRESTVIEW THE FLORALA NEWS. I'HURSD.a L JUNIOR I-IIGH SCHOOL COWBOYS - They haven't made a big showing ~,, . : but they have been playing an exciting game every week. Prior to the ~'.' :! ~: they won against the Rams in the Jamboree. This group of boys r.,.v~'., :~ ~,e years old. They played Tuesday night at Matthews Stadium against the Deck, :~ Pictured first row (kneeling) from left: Larry Manning, Danny E1T~,~):.. ~?.: bert Wallace, Andy Townsend, Mark Franklin, David Rollins, Roger Snow. Second row (standing) from left: Jeffery Stone, Brent Zessin, Flo'~u Dave Cassidy, David Reynolds, Marvin Jackson, Jack Day, Mickey Meltc~n. Coaches standing in back: Joe Melton, Billy Truman and Frazier Jack:.~o~. KATHERINE HAMILTON NAMED TO TROY'S DEAN LIST Katherine J. Hamilton of Flo- rala is one of fifty-four under- graduate students who were named to the Dean's List by Troy State University at Fort Rucker. To be named to the Dean's List a student must maintain a grade point average of 2.7 or above for at least fifteen consecutive hours to qualify. The fifty-four undergraduate students were named to the Dean's List for the Summer Quarter, 1977.. flower perfume could turn an ugly woman into a raving beauty. "168 YEARS" CONTINUED FROM FRON~., , that he knows of and most peon,;: ple call him, "Uncle Frank, the workingnest man we've ne- ver seen the likes of." When the above picture was being made, the photographer commented, "You men ought to smile, for the Lord has let you live a long and fruitful life." After the picture was taken Mr. Brewer nudged his friend and with a big grin said, "Did'you hear that, Frank? Could be, the Lord just left us here so we could aggravate the rest of the folks." Uncle Frank is a devout Christian with a spirit of love for his fellowmen you'll never forget, once you've been in his pre- sence. Frank Holloway of Wing, Ala- bama is a man of outstanding intelligence and depth of spi- rit. He is a scholar of the Bi- ble which he loves dearly. He lives by it literally and reads it first thing in the morning and most of his spare time during each day. Next to his Bible Study his interest is hus- bandry of several hundred Scup- pernong Vines which he grows scientifically. The harvest is always in astounding abundance. There are varieties that most people never heard of. They range from small black and pur- ple to super-huge golden pink. Each vine is carefully pruned in January while the branches are dormant. Half of his vines have just reached bearing age. During the season just past Mr. Holloway sold $250 worth. The customer does his own picking and is free to eat while he picks with no extra charge. Besides Scuppernongs there is the usual vegetable garden. Presently there is a large patch of Sweet Potatoes and the inevitable Tur- nip patch. Sometime ago there were some neighbors whose behavior was not exactly becoming. Mr. Holloway was asked what he would do about them. His re- ply was, "I will not say any- thing and all I'll do is out live them." He loves music, plays the violin and sings a deep, rich bass. Three years ago Mr. Hollo- way took a trip to nine dif- ferent countries, namely The Land of Israel. He enjoyed the flying and everything about the voyage except when a car knocked him down within sight of the Pyramids of Egypt. How- ever, he immediately freed the man from jail who hit him and continued with no alarm nor misgivings (he wouldn't even take a pain pill, aspirinortran- quilizer which several people offered him.) With heart, soul, mind and body these two wonderful men are looking forward to another trip; "Flight F-I-N-A-L-E," to the ETERNAL JERUSALEM, ...the only place where Peace Continues. They sincerely and prayfvm invite you to meet them there. I .!i¸ i i; VETERANS DAY ,, A day we salute the men ar,,~ ~ ,~ of armed forces who have served ~i,. ':,~Y honor and devotion. And a day to strengthen our ,,.. ,; -;,~A sacrifice shall not have been it, '~ We Will Transact No U.~ . . , VETERANS' DAY, MONDAY, ,T:. ;~' MEMBER " H U NTE ~-~:~, ~ HUNTING PERMITS NOW AV: " ~ =~ ~ F0tl INTERNATIONAL PAPER :' :': ,::':'~-NY LANDS IN COVINGTON Ct:~,,~',ITY More than 40,000 acres of prirm ' ,'',~g .Covington County is open to permit ,'• plots have been established, and th.,: ~ ~d outlook is good. A new sportsman'~ ~: ~ o~ the will be issued with each permit. Fee Schedule Permit fees, which are use0, - costs of establishing a good ,,,: 'i~,:, tion, are COVINGTON COUNTY RESIDFii',!i:, OUT-OF-COUNTY ALA. RESIDEIJ :: OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS There is no fee for • Persons over age 65 ~icd I~f • Persons under age 16 (must be ,,, adult) INTERNATIONAL PAPER C:./:/,?AN~ ) ..... ,c,N HUNTING PERMIT APFL,, , : .... Mail with check or mone,/ ,,.-~l to: International Paper Cornpaw,, P. O. Box 236 Lockhart, Ala. 36455 / Name . j 1972-73 Hunting License No .....-~- //, Address / City Zip__~ C¢4; "~'.~' ~' Additional permits may be order.,.,,:.! ,. :: :.,jr forP i N T.E R N ATi O ~lhl., PAPER COMPANY :,,,