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PAGE 2 - rlOGANSVIIJE HOME NEWS - FEBRUARY 10, 2000 A Note on Productive Shopping A quartet of us celebrate birthdays together. Cola has the first of the year. We took her to hmch, then at her insistence, we went to her house to play bridge. She had several (ihristmas gift goodies for snack time - the delicious peanut brittle she'd made for gifts (my bag didn't last long), toasted pecans from her orchard, special cheese she'd bought in Vermont, big choco- late covered pretzels, etc. A retired teacher and a very special person, Cola receives many invitations. For the new year she had a black, cleverly decorated sweater. I was amazed to find, on sale, low heeled black pumps that were identically decorated. Only small sizes were left, but none were her exact size. I took the risk and purchased a pair, knowing they could be returned. She was delighted with the gift, put them on and wore them the rest of the after- noon. It's said that shoes can change your whole mood. Many people are obsessed with footwear (Imelda Marcos comes to mind). Shoes are the only truly necessary accesso- ry and can provide joy or some- times pain. We hope Cola's bring her much pleasure. She told us about a gift from one set of grandchildren that pleases her greatly. It is a lighted mag- nifying halo light that she uses when she applies her always perfect makeup. When I bought a decorative plate to hang on the wall in the blue bedroom, the existing grouping was changed. It seemed that the small picture that I'd had professionally framed (a bouquet of flowers) should be hung horizontally instead of vertically, but of course the vase couldn't lie on its side. #.. One day I happened to read the calendar for the Senior Center. It had been given out at Woman's Club when the direc- tor for the center presented the program. They had a "Crafters' Shopping Day" planned with stops at three locations. One - Clayton Salvage, I had not been tO for a number of years, so promptly went. There a coupon file caught my eye because of the pretty blue cover with white daisies. The cost was $1.25 so it was purchased. The large selection of antique finished die-cast miniature pencil sharpeners also attracted me, as did several other items. At home the cover was removed, and part of it just fit in the frame, so it was glued over the original print. A round r-- section from the co am to fit into the indet[- round blue tin lid i[ from a candy contaiIt L cost 25 with tastyj Now the wall groupin completed and please" The 12 pocket fil{ intact. Following a t, hint, I've organized rn. by expiration date in" product type. The said to simply start Iff L the coupons with th, expiration dates ini X they will not go undi Sounded reasonable  2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee 2000 Dad e Dakota Quad Cab Down Payment $0 4 Dr, keto, JUt, Dud Nr, PW, PL, Tilt, Cmb J " "'" Security Deposit SO I(e) Ent, I  Center ConNie, '' Due 0. Delivery $980 Number of Months 36 Total O( Paymeets SLO,490.SS Lease End Bwout $16,002.10 Miles Per Year 12,000 Per Mile Over 15 Pet so so S0 IS,000 IS 5 To Choose From 1999 Ford XLT Super Cab Flareside 4 Or, Auto, VS, 4X4, Air, AM/FM/Ca/O, Dm Pa]eemmt SO Equalizer, PW, PL, Power Selts, Tilt, Creill, ..:le[@J OepoCt SO Keyless Entry, Power Mirror Nley Whueis, Due On Delivery $1,S00 Privacy Glass, Tieaed, Towing Packnge, Mi of MeMhs 38 HD Differential, AnU-Spin Differee4Jal, OWL Tires Total Of PaymeMs $12,$39.62 Lease End 8uyout $17,010.35 Miles Per Year 1S,O00 2000 Dodge Dakota Club Cab #2O34 Per Month: LOCAL STUDENTS TOUR CITY HALL - Pictured heretguring city hall as guests South Georgia Telephone Pioneers are Heather Adams, Brittney Ector, Andrew Hatcher, Brandon Myers, Danielle Bowen, and Keegan Montgomery, Also shown Aldrich, City Manager and Bell South Georgia Pioneers Joycie Brown and Shelby Fourth Grade Students Visit City Members of Bell South Georgia Telephone Pioneers of the Tri County Council recent- ly sponsored a trip to City Hall for seven members of the 4th grade. The students were greeted by the City Manager, Mr. David Aldrich, and other city person- nel. Mr. Aldrich gave a very interesting talk at a level the fourth graders could under- stand. One topic dealt with edu- cation and how important it is to stay in school and get the best education possible. Afterwards a question and answer session gave the stu- dents a chance to find out more about the city government and operations, followed by a pre- sentation of and the students. The city gave them a tour 0 Royal Representatives Pioneers were Joyci Nancy Berry, Imogene Murphy, Mallory. Brenda was there from the Per Mile 0vet 15 . , SEE DEALER FOR DETAILS * PLUS YOUR MONTHLY TAXE S __ 4 Door, Loaded V.6, Aomatic, Ak', PW, ft. ICmrke C  0u, 7.] ewew nkuet LewI ..... Roosevelt Warms Springs Instit00 To Host Annual Fundraisin gEx00 The Georgia Hall Society cord injury, amputation, post- Institute and share '99 Ford Expedition [ ' Fxrr..t.  | Ball is a black-tie fundraiser polio, learning and other neu- improve the lives Ud.S,.,U,t.a,t. I .,,, _um..,z..m. | held each year to benefit the rological disorders. All pro- with disabilities, p historic Roosevelt Warm ceeds from the Ball are used The Ballis, patte,  Springs Institute for to improve the programs and the festive ' FDR e Rehabilitation. services for the over 3,000 Balls" that were heldn , :!.  !::i: ii The Roosevelt Institute is patients and students served out the country durir, one of the nation's oldest reha- annually, to raise money to f taredo, 4X4, Loled, 4ToChooso Lviat,ml,iaMIm',Lo '99 Ford F250 Supercab  bilitation "facilities. It was The Georgia Hall Society forpolio. Theeffortb $2 started in 1927 by Franklin Ball celebrates its 12th ed by FDR in Warn t and eventually be e March of Dimes, wl r Delano Roosevelt as a treat- ment center for people with polio. Today the Institute pro- vides both medical and voca- tional rehabilitation for peo- ple with many different types of disabilities including stroke, brain injury, spinal Anniversary with the 2000 Ball on February 12th. The event is a function of the Development Office at the Institute and the Georgia Hall Society, which is made up of members from throughout Georgia and other states who support the mission of the Additional line"* 500 I00 5' Long 24-hour Nights & Anytime Distance Roadside Weekends Minutes & 35( cents. Assistance Minutes Roaming- & Cellular. Insurance ed Dr. Jonas Salk's ! into the developme{ polio vaccine. The b$ on or near FDR's bit January30theveryy n 300 people are ex d attend this year. 1. Presbytena,.00 Church Hod00 Local Law Enforcemen The First Pre-' Church of Warm Sp! Manchester joi Presbyterian ChurclV a celebration of the # ers who protect us. The congregatio midway between MS and Warm Springs at section of Roosevelt and Judson Bulloch i invited law enforcet cers from Meriwethe and Talbot counties to! Dan Colbert, I4 Police Chief, will s! reflections on how his! impacted his call to jt peacemaking. The church will l cheon following the Anyone involved in t nal justice system is to attend. Others who to join in the oppot thank these men artt and their families faithful service are also. To help those preI food, we ask that yo0 church at 846 3690 a how many are pl# attend. For more infa call the church at 846  LOOK FOR THE BIG RED ARROW TO FIND THE CELLULAR PLAN THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU. NOKIA CONNECTING PEOPLE congratulations! you've found the big red arrow! A PRICE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION Company Listed on the American Stock Exchange-symbol PR "35 roaming in CA, FL, At., SC, NC, TN only. 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