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-= ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1976 PAGE 9 The II • y of Reckoning many hours of hard Practice were put into -minute band show to be before six judges by Wildcat Band. Days and finally Saturday, 9, the day of reckon- band rolled around. the day all the work in one way or members drug up to school around nine morning after night. After run- the show, the band loaded the buses to Troy State University SOutheastern States Band Festival. They Troy around eleven of time to eat ate a leisurely they had plenty of performing at two first time came go to the warm- causing tension to the performance, what kind of rat- be handed clown by but entertainment bands gave leave to after a superb per- formance by the Troy State "Sound of the South" Band, the moment that all had waited for - the judges decisions. When it came down to the wire, the jud- ges gave the hand a rating of I-II-I of an overall I, the drum major a II rating, the majoret- tes a I rating and the color guard a III rating. For all those in the band it was a great feeling because once you've worked hard for something and finally repaid with the highest ratings pos- sible, plus comments from the judges to better your band, you are delighted. The band would like to thank all those that sup- ported them with sincere and earnest thanks! Congratula- tions Band! FFA Initiation and the Freshman The FFA initiation is one of the most terrifying and embar- rassing experiences a person could go through. Being a freshman is bad enough without the help of any silly initiation. The initiation will get you so sick you can't eat a thing for the rest of the day. One of the first things you have to do is wear a crocker sack or a dress to school. That's bad enough by itself without having to put on make- up and carry your rotten lunch in a bucket! The worst is yet to come, The other FFA members make you bite into green persim- mons and drink syrup. You are very lucky ff you go through the day without biting into thirty green persimmons! Those per- simmons turn your mouth in- side out. They are the worst things you can possibly eat. We might have had it bad this year, but we will do every- thing we can to make it worse for the Future Farmers of America next year. So green- hands you had better beware! Democratic Candidate For District 25 Composed Of Covington, Geneva, Most Of Coffee And Part Of Houston Counties, LEAH JOHN SAVAGE MANNING This week's choice for se- nior of the week is Leah Ann Savage. Leah Ann is a 5'5" tall senior with short brown hair and brown eyes. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hobson Savage. Besides being pretty, Leah Ann has a great personality, is very sweet and exceptionally smart. She is active in several organizations: the Beta Club, the Science Club, and the Math Club. She likes to read and enjoys almost any kind of sport. She also loves to travel and spend time outside. Her favorite foods are spaghetti and pizza. The bands she likes to hear are Elvin Bishop and Marshall Tucker. After graduation, Leah Ann plans to go to LBW for a while and then transfer to Auburn- University. She isn't sure just what she'd like to major in, but thinks she'd like to'study veterinary medicine. What- ever she decides, we're sure she'll be good at it. Our senior spotlight is on John Manning this week or if you prefer "Chopper One" as his friends call him. He was born on April 2, 1959 and has green eyes and brown hair. He is someone you don't overlook, being 6'5". Picking on freshmen is one of his favorite pasttimes be- sides talking on a C.B. His hobbies are being with his friends and listening to War Eagle football since he claims to be the number one War Ea- gle fan. John is an active member of the Science Club and Wild- cat Growl newspaper staff. His favorite teachers are Mr. Wal- lace and Coach Terry. His favorite colors are blue and orange. John lives by the philosophy, "Friendship is the greatest thing life can offer, so make a friend". When he graduates, he plans to attend LBW for two years then transfer to Auburn, ma- joring in pharmacy and minor- ing in law. We all hope that John suc- ceeds in life and we wish him all the luck and happiness life can offer. Teacher of the Week Sally Lancaster This week we feature one of Florala High's loveliest tea- chefs. She is none other than Mrs. Sally Lancaster, the junior class sponsor. She has assisted the junior class in completing a successful maga- zine sales program to help raise money for the junior- senior prom. She also helped the junior class with their float for the Homecomin~ varade. junior class with their float for the homecoming parade. As the former Miss Sally Bowden, she graduated from Florala High in 1967. She re- turned to teach English, Typing II, and accounting. She is now living in Florala and is mar- ried to our head basketball coach, George Lancaster. The Green Machine Every Friday night the spec- tators gather in Matthews Sta- dium to watch the famed Green Machine do its thing. Just as children gather to watch ea- gerly as a bulldozer conquers a hill of dirt, the spectators watch eagerly as this powerful machine conquers its oppo- nents. All week long head mechanic, Paul Terry, per- fects his machine on the test- ing grounds of Florala High School. The day comes. The buzzer sounds and it's on. The mighty Green Machine maneuvers in a way that baf- fles its opponent. 3, 2, 1, 0 and the buzzer sounds again. The Green Machine is victo- rious again. ay Wednesday, October sixth, was a day to remember for many at FHS. It was the day for school pictures. All the- girls were running around brushing their hair and making sure they had their makeup on straight. And the boys, you've never seen anybody comb hair so much. Well, all the pictures pro- kbly writ turn outwetl, withall the work that went into them. When they come back everyhody always says how ugly their own picture is. Do you think they could be fishing for compli- ments? Danny Cheshire, Patsy McKinney, David Garner Magazine Sales Results This year to raise money for the prom, the juniors at Florala High School sold maga- zines. They sold approxima- tely $2,000 dollars worth of magazines in the short span of ten days. Of that $2,000 the juniors will get a net profit of 40 percent. Also, the top three salesmen get a gift of their choice. The top three salesmen in order of sales were: David Garner, who sold an excess of $200; Patsy McKinney, who sold over $180; Danny Cheshire, who sold over $180. In all, the juniors raised about $800 dollars on maga- zines. They would like to ex- tend their greatest thanks to all the fine people who sup- ported them by buying a ma- gazine and also to their spon- sor, Mrs. Sally Lancaster. Stewart Training In Kentucky Pvt. Danny Stewart of Florala, Alabama, a member of Co. C. 1/131 Armor, Ala- bama Army National Guard of Florala, will report onOctober I0, 1976, for seven weeks ba- sic combat training at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Following completion of basic training, Stewart will remain at Fort Knox, Ken- tucky for training as an Armor C rewman. Pvt. Stewart will" be re- assigned to his local Alabama National Guard unit uponcom- pletton of active duty training. Pvt. Stewart is the husband of Joan B. Stewart of Lakewood, Florida. It would take over one million earths to fill the interior of the sun. HELPINGTO SAFEGUARD HEALTH Trying Harder... • It's important us. We work at safeguard- ing your family's health. And, we work hard at it! Make us your "health headquarters." Sickroom Aids Moody Drug Co. MILLER is a Christian; a member of and ordained deacon in the First Baptist Church, Enterprise he taught Sunday School for 15 years. He was reared in a Christian home. He is married and the father of children. During the past 19 years, he has spent 10 percent of his time helping and counciling other MILLER was born and reared in the country. During the elementary and secondary school years, in the cotton, peanut and corn fields. During his teen years, he worked in a grocery store, service building supply warehouse and fuel distributorship. :r High School, he entered the Air Force and attended four different schools. Upon completion of the he served as an aircraft mechanic, electrician and flight engineer. After receiving an honorable from the Air Force, he entered Alabama Polytechnic Institute, now Auburn University and graduated a B.S. Degree in Agriculture in 1955 and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree in 1957. Order to help finance his college education, he worked at a service station; delivered newspapers; sold fans, and did yard work. Upon his graduation in 1957, he went into private practice of, Veterinary Through hard work, integrity, faith and motivation, he has been a success. He has xeal estate holdings OWns a 100,000 watt FM radio station. These things could have only come about by hard work and :he past 25 years, he has averaged working and studying 60 hours per week. MILLER has always been involved in the civic, cultural and religious affairs in his community. specific community involvements have been President of the Enterprise Lions Club and served as of the Enterprise Chamber of Commerce for two terms. He served the State of Alabama as Chairman Alabama Dairy Commission from January '63 til November '74 and is presently serving as Chairman of Alabama Manpower Planning Advisory Council. With his background, he feels he is qualified to the people in the 25th Senatorial District as State Senator. Also, he feels he has the knowledge and to understand the problems and needs facing this district and the people of Alabama. [LLACE MILLER is a veteran of the Air Force and has a deep appreciation for the Military Posture in our MILLER has great concern for the Farmer. Hc graduated from Auburn university with a B.S. in Agriculture and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and has worked closely with farmers. ,LACE MILLER has had 19 years as a successful businessman. MILLER is a Christian, member and ordained deacon and has taught Sunday School for 15 years in Baptist Church of Enterprise. He is a mason and shriner. MILLER has been president of the Enterprise Lions Club; served two terms as president of the rprise Chamber of Commerce. MILLER was appointed by Governor Wallace as Chairman of the Alabama Dairy Commission and from January of 1963 until November of 1974. MILLER knows what common, every day hard work is. He was born and reared in Coffee County. MILLER has plowed new ground, hoed peanuts, pulled corn and chopped cotton. ~LLACE MILLER has worked in a grocery store, building supply, warehouse, unloaded boxcars of coal, lumber and gravel. ~LLACE MILLER, while in the Air Force, worked as an aircraft mechanic, electrician, and flight engineer. ~LLACE MILLER worked his way through college by working at a service station, delivering newspapers, Window fans and doing yard work. MILLER has averaged working and studying 60 hours per week for 25 years. ~LLACE MILLER is married to the former Anne Watkins of Elba. They have two children, Michelle, a at Enterprise State Junior College and AI, a student at Enterprise High School. MILLER is vitally interested and concerned that our elementary and secondary schools, junior and trade and technical schools continue to improve. MILLER Stands for Better Government -- Not Bigger Government. He is not in favor of the of Laws unless they are in the best interest of all the people. MILLER believes that the government belongs to you, the people. He will also be mindful of his to you the people. MILLER has been closely associated with and knows the functions of State and Federal lment. He has FAITH, INTEGRITY, ABILITY AND MOTIVATION TO MAKE YOU A GOOD STATE Paid Political Advertisement by Wallace Miller, Enterprise, Alabama \ \,, NEW STUDENT Jack Sears There's a new face at FHS again. He is none other than senior Jack Sears. Jack has brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5'11" tall. Jack last attended Walton High School at DeFtmiak Springs, Florida. His favorite subject is math and he is presently taking Al- gebra II. His favorite teacher is Coach Terry. When asked how he felt about FHS he replied that it really is a fine school. We all join in welcoming Jack to Florala and Florala High and wish him the best of luck. Danny Sightler Our player of the week is offensive left end Danny Sight- ler. Danny, who is 5'8" tall, is a senior. He enjoys foot- hall, and says that you couldn't find a better coach than Coach Terry. We wish Danny a suc- cessful season and lots of luck when out there on the football field f~hting for the mighty Wildcats! POTTED UP CUT PER DOZEN CARNATION BUD V DISH GARDENS UP ROSE BUD VASE Florala, Alabama