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E ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• ~UBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. News - Thursday, December 9, 1976 Band News by Randall Bradley The Florala Wildcat Band has just completed the most exciting marching season it has ever had. The year has i only begun for the band though; concert season is here. The band plans a Christmas concert for Decem- ber 14, 1976. Also other dates will.be announced later. The band is working for a "'one" at State in April. Teacher Of The Week Burns His favorite pastime is teacher spot- hunting, with basketball ~ines on Mr. Larryrunning a close second. He fias of Chemistry, been teaching at F.H.S. for and History. He four years. Good luck with from Troy State your future students, or should ;. and M.S. degrees, we wish them luck?'? iors Order Caps & Gowns by John Manning It was another one of those important days of being a senior. Yes, Monday we ordered our caps and gowns, also our graduation announce- ments, and class keys are a tradition, and it feels great to order them. Everyone filled a slip of paper with information needed to order caps and gowns. Then everyone formed a line to be measured, the hat size and height. ]'here were a lot to choose from in announcements. Even with different styles, colors, and sizes, they all looked great. It was really hard to decide what we were going to order. Finally, everyone's mind was made up and we moved on to the class keys. The class keys are a symbol of price, achievement, and re- cognition. They were available in many styles, from plain keys to keys with chains. This year there was a special one called "Pride of '77." Yes, it was fun and exciting and we were proud to order them. It was just one of those traditional experiences of being a senior at FHS. Awards Night To Be Held by Deidre Harrison Folks, it's time once again for the annual Awards Night Banquet to be held. This event is looked forward to by all football players and cheerlea- ders. The Banquet was held December the 4th at 7:00 p.nk It took place in the F.H.S. Cafeteria, and was followed by a dance in the gym. All Varsity and Junior Varsity football players, cheerleaders, and their guests attended. Sue Taylor Jimmy McCoy Of The Ziglar nior spotlight falls on ue Taylor. Wanda has and blonde hair ~'s five feet one and a tall. has a very active life. involved in several l~eta Club, Science Club and Paper Wan~da has several ~itcms: red is her color, etables and chicken foods. Gospel music is ~Vorite music. Her nclude piano, singing is the Church's Director and she them with puppets. high motto for ' "Submit to the will of over your own desires," graduation. Wanda attend Southeastern legc'and she plans to evangelism and Work. u can well see she lives ~Ppy life. We all wish best of luck. Week by Wanita Dawson Our senior spotlight this week shines on none other than Jimmy McCoy. Jimmy is 6'1", has brown hair and green eyes, and was born under the sign of Aries. Jimmy enjoys water skiing, basket- ball. hunting and of course. football, since he was a member of the famed "Wildcats" football team. His favorite foods include steak and french fries and his favorite drink is "Mr. Pibb". His favorite song is "You're Still The One", and his favorite group is the Eagles. Jimmy's philosophy of life is "Accept the things you can't change; change the things you can, and have enough sense to know the difference." As of now, Jimmy has no definite plans after gradua- tion. The students and faculty at FHS wish him the best of luck in everything. Player Of The Week by Bruce Baber This week's player of the week is Louis Johnson, forward for the Florala Wildcats. The 6'5" strong defensive player is a great asset to the team. He can intimidate a smaller forward, block shots, and cut down on his point production. He has also scored 10 pointsto help out offensively. Louis is an important player to the team and will continue to be so. We wish him good luck, always. UNTIL DECEMBER 3 1 , CABLE T.V. WILL BE OFFERING JUST PAY FIRST MONTH IN ADVANCE YOUR SERVICE TECHNICIAN EVERYONE Page 5 FHS Drama Club THE FLORALA HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA CLUB under the direction of Mr. Andy Alsup, presented a delightful skit, incorporating a medley of Christmas carols as a part of the program for the Florala High School PTA program Monday night. Participating on the program, front row, from left. Tammy Walker, Kay Sightler. Denise Dawson. Sheila Parker, and Miss Joan White; second row, from left, Steve Ziglar, Bonita Cook, Anne Mills, Shari Mathis; third row, from left, Tommy Geohagan, Randall Bradley, Deidra. Harrison. Glenda Caldwell. Patricia Brooks, Barbara Wilkins..lames Majors. Willie Sasst, r. Narelha Whitlcy and director, Andy Alsup. Preceeding a brief business session, the Reverend Barr~ Cox gave a most inspiring devotional. Mrs. lnez Henderson and Mrs..leanette Harrison arranged a ff'stive refreshment table featuring home-baked cakes anti cookies. hers d' oeuvres and refreshing punch. Dear Understanding Heart by Serrena Orndorff Dear Understanding Heart, To begin with, I have a crush on the sweetest, cutest, intellectual boy in the whole school, but he's always trying to ignore me. I've tried hard to get him to notice me. I put notes in his locker saying (I like you.) 1 follow him from school everyday and when he wakes up early in the morning, I'm there at his window to give him a cheery hello. I send him my special dish - liver-worst casserole. Everytime he sees me he starts to run. What's wrong with him? What shall I do? Signed, Desparately Dear Desperate, Your name is appropriate 1 feel sorry for the boy you like. 1 bet he goes into a cardiac arrest when he sees you staring at him i,n the window. each morning. 1 mean what else do you expect from a boy when he finds threats in his locker and seeing someone duck behind a tree everytime he turns around? And liver-worst casserole. The smell would make thepoor soul faint. Frankly, my dear. I'd run from you. too. Signed, Your Understanding Heart p.s. Stop being such a nerd and get hip to the situation. Be cool, calm, and not so desparate. INSUR-MATION FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Federated Guaranty Life Mrs. Lynette Zessin I plan to make contributions to a Keogh (HR-IO) plan. However, I am a farmer and will have more ready cash available after the end of the year. is there any way I can arrange to pay later?. Yes. Pension legislation was passed equalizing the treatment of cash basis employers and accrual basis employers. This equalization is now standard for all taxable years after December 3 I, 1973, Deslqned primarily for Keogh plans, it provtdes an outstanding advantage to agricultural producers who market part of their crops after the end of the calendar year. Contributions to a qualified plan are deductible m the current year but have to be paid on or before the date the employer's tax return must be filed, The plan must be set up prior to December 31st of the year on which you are going to claim the deduction. If these special pension provisions meet your situation come in and let us help you start a Keogh plan while there is adequate time to qualify for this year. THE DINNER RESTAURANT OF FLORALA, ALABAMA PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF ITS NEW LOUNGE --ENTERTAINMENT NIGI-ITLY FEATURING "THE BE ST W AY" (Tommy-Gary-Mike) FROM EN(3AGEMENTS AT THE HOLIDAY INN IN CRESTVIEW: SHALIMAR CLUB, FT. WALTON BEACH. A VARIETY OF MUSIC AND ENTERT AINMENT WEDNESDAY from 8:00 'til 1:00 THURSDAY from 8:00 'till 1:00 FRIDAY from 8:00 'til 2:00 SATURDAY from 9:00 'til 2:00 SUNDAY MATINEE ~a~aa~ #w~v from 3:00 until