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OBITUARIES Mrs. Lucile Morgan (Lucy) n McCornSfrd, 82, of the Harrisonville  oB;;r t;i, t Ye%fTa up g;Y adithee :dnesday:LanCenter of Nursing Care in ns  P.m. Saturday, February 13 in the apel of the Claude A. McKibben escent Aft Sons Funeral Home in for their ansville. The Reverend Frank A.. ,_.ffdge and the Reverent Wa ne uay, rcu te Y ,=,,;,,, r officiated and interment was  a,.,.v,  M n countie yrtle Hill Cemetery in gansville )uncfl =s t' ... of food m. a"bearers were Tim Monteith, the dietidAdamMonteith,Jerry Rbertsn, .... rs; f Kemp, Jim Kelly, and John ch center,trra. . rs. Lunsford was born May t. . 01916 in Heard County, daughter me party e 6day,Feb late William D. Morgan and re served. ---_. aghetti sul Mrs. Lucy M. Lunsford the late Anna Noles Morgan. She lived in Harrisonville most of her life, was a member of Asbury United Methodist Church in Harrisonville, and was the wife of the late Preston Lamar Lunsford. Survivorsqnclude one daughter and son-in-law, Ann and Ray Monteith of Harrisonviile; four sis- ters, Mrs. Ann Pombrio and Mrs. Nell Robertson, both of Harrisonville, Mrs. Katherine Burgess of Colum- bus, and Mrs. Jackie Ward of LaGrange; one brother, J.D. Morgan of Hogansville; three grandchildren, Scott Monteith and Tim Monteith, St., both of Harrisonville, and Mrs. Patti Hunt of LaGrange; and eight great-grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. ASSEMBLY OF GOD at the centC ,19at6o'd (ets are on! "rom :rtainmer |esus said, "I am the light of the ld: he that followeth me shall not ---- Ik in darkness, but shall have the t of life." John 8:12 |esus Christ is the Bread of Life ! the Light of the World. Only He . dispel the darkness of sin and ='ver us from its grip. No one or ;.AISwaning else can provide the eternal Brown, we need. aster, Lt 'ingo, AOnly what Jesus offers can truly ran, DenalSfy. d Gladys unday morning Bro. Hill's mes- .... e was on Salvation of our Focus !pamy Lso series. Scriptures from Mark !es ot olv'33, 34 and John 19:28-30. Jeremy is me t .ster brought the message Sunday svmenauni,,- , .... ,, ..... ., " rower Ot Porglveness , ucK tgoo=te 17:5-19; James 5:7-18; and the follotthew 18:21-35. ! Honor 1 By Joyce Richardson versary supper, REVIVAL - We hope you are making plans to come worship with us during this revival from February 21 st thru 24th with Johnnie William- son. Sunday evening service begins at 6 p.m., the rest at 7 p.m. everyone is cordially invited. The Perfect Song One perfect song our hearts can sing, One air that's crystal clear, One melody of love sublime With charm for every ear. One perfect song our tongues can form Of goodness, deep and true, Of seeking and of sacrifice, Of mercy, ever new. O Christ, our singing is of Thee; To Thee our hearts belong, Thou art that perfect melody ester. AI 'yP'fter service Sunday evening, we Of life's triumphant song. .99) and pa our monthly birthday and anna- Marion Schoeberlein 13.50-3.99, ---00etty Carpenter Circle Meets The Betty Carpenter Circle of the !gansville First Baptist Church met enday afternoon, February 8th at J church. Mrs. Lillian Howell gave the call order with Mrs. Ava Camp open- with prayer. The minutes of the "o ora Vous meeting were read b Mrs. "" '" le Y e now I, nStephensandMrs Howellthen -'-9 -,_W e the treasurer's re rt uo. wc,,!Th po . atly chaN d e business meeting was then :e our brd ." Cookies and a Valentine were Jknowwned to the churchs shut-ins by r me and ! mrs of the group over the Val- -ine weeken Also it , the ,.t, d. , was noted !tWMU Focus Week is February 20 and on the 17th during the dnesday night prayer meeting, the lVl.U ladies will share what WOM oing. Plans were finalized for the hary. 25th Mission Study Book e Church Networks for ladies of tBaptist, Highland Baptist, Anti- Uaptist, all in Hogansville, and ,loye! for the ofthet )u all agi irst plac Herald Public Notices READ AND USE THE CLASSFIED ADS -. --.HER-2 PuEuc NOTICE ANNOUNCEMENT Were Ir   h "" e Federal Communications Commis- i,l.lln?hin0ton, D.C. relating to WMXY(AM) _i'q and WZLG(FM) 98.1 MHz, sville, ,,u_ a: (1) an application for consent to the -._..__-.wnmlt of the slation licenses from Radio "'". ra_nge, L.L.C. to Citicasters Co. ,=i TownStt'): and (2) an application for con- i  me transfer of control of the licensea of .tion,. following their a,signment to ., . =r-.,-ras, frOmtheShehoidersofJacorCom. tnatlVlS.a =.o=, Inc. {"Jacor') to Clear Channel id, Ohi';'e,. Inc. ('Cleat Channel') DUte tO t'd[ ^^rtlY, the lieeruma ol the station i,, P4t- ,o L.,.c., ,, n, am- ,a,.u-i-,qlng 10% or oreater ownership are idn; u` Easterly Joph V. Pedicino, Brian w, Jill M 'unelle and Legacy Media of Jecor. tockholder of Jaoo is Zeal/ whictt is ntrolled by Sam- . The anfltiu through terciu that ontrol are ZC Umited , ZC Parlnerhip, ZC, Inc., CZ, Inc., Zeal Revooabia Trust. John f, Peter Bynoe, David Crowl, JosI Friedlartd, Arthu "hilip Handy, John Hogan, Ban- Jerome Kersting, Lawrence, Nicholas Miller, Donald Phillips, Matthew heli Roanberg, William Suffa, R. Christopher Weber, Maggie Samuel Zeal serve as officers of one ot more of the corpora- Massachusetts ,bea 10% L. JIcor. David Wilson, IV, Demetra Koelting, Ida . Richard Wd f. Ivla Feld, B.J. McCombs, Theodore Kad Etler are the 10% ot greater stock- IXlk hen appllcalJons are available during normal buin slto Iotwd at 3oo M=xly Georgia 30240. (2:11,1S,2S) Union Baptist in St. Marks. Refresh- ments of salads with crackers and soft drinks will be served at this which begins at 7:00 p.m. March 7-14 is Week of Prayer for Annie Armsbong Easter Offenng. Mrs. Mavis Garrett presented lhe program, "Facing The New Age"and also the call to prayer for the mission- aries having birthdays February 8th. Miss Mary Kathryn Gillespie closed the meeting with prayer. Delicious apple cake, ebeese curls, roasted pecans and candy Valentine hearts, Coea-cola, Sprite or water were served by the hostesses: Mrs. Mavis Garrett and Mrs. Nettle Rowe. Ladies attending were Mrs. Mavis Garrett, Miss Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Miss Patti Phillips, Mrs. Mary Hamilton, Mrs. Mavis Phillips, Mrs. Ava Camp, Mrs. Lillian Howell, Ms. Helen Stephens and Mrs. Nettle Rowe. Azalea Storytelling Festival March 5-7 Let national storytellers take you back to your childhood and imagined places at the third annual Azalea Storytelling Festival at LaGrange College to be held March 5-7 at Cal- laway Auditorium. Two familiar storytellers to the festival, Donald Davis and Rex Ellis, will tell tales, as well as national sto-. A POEM AND OI'INION By M. Rosser Lunsford (Poet Laureate Putnam County) Tranquility Late in the evening when 'Old Sor falls the shy whip-poor-will sends out its call, the rippling lake mirrors the sky darkness moves in ever so nigh... A great silence hangs in the air little creatures hide in a bush lair, in the distance a whistle blows a mournful tune everyone knows... The chill of night quickly moves in and flashing stars send peace again. on a far horizon a fl;tsh of ligh signals some rain mighl t]fll tonight... The smell of jasmi,c sweet- scents the air and good is night with a fragrance there, in a few hours morning will come then once again creatioa wll hum... BIRTHDAYS AND i ANNIVERSARIES FEBRUARY 18 Devlin Spradlin, Ken Hammock, Sr. FEBRUARY 19 Jake Smith, Luke Smith, Mac Spanks, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Boyd, anniversary. FEBRUARY 20 Steven Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Ricbardson, anniversary. FEBRUARY 21 Irene Medley, Molly Palmer, Oliver Davis, Ricky Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Neese, anniversary FEBRUARY 22 Marquez Harden, Suzanne Cook, Sylvia Barrett. FEBRUARY 23 Andrea Borders, Joel E. Wylm. FEBRUARY 24 Andy McDaniel, Chad Callaway. Charles Maxwell, Chuck Prather, Dacia Phillips, Karsin Spanks, Mark Fuller, Perk Hammett. ryteller Milbre Burch. Other Story- tellers to be featured are Sam and Sallie Worley, Pare MeGrath, Carol Cain and Nancy Kavanaugh. In ad- dition to the Azalea Storytelling Fes- tival, Davis also will be featured at LaGrange College on Marsh 3 at 11 A.M. in the Bailey Room. Registration begins at 5:30 P.M. on March 5, followed by a storytelling concert featuring Butch, Davis and Ellis from 10 A.M. to noon, lunch and a 2 P.M. conversa- tion with featured tellers. A storytelling concert by the Worleys, McGrath and Cain will be from 3:30 to 5 P.M. and an evening concert will be at 7:30 P.M. Sacred storytelling begins at 9 A.M. on March 7. Tickets for the storytelling festi- val are $20 for three days and $10 for Saturday and Sunday. To regis- ter, please call the Education Depart- ment at (706) 812-7276 or 883-1017. Howard Ftnster is one of the most famous folk artists in the world who worked for 25 years to create a folk- art masterpiece called Paradise Gar- dens. The Art Club of Hogansville Elementary School visited these gar- dens[n Summerville. Before taking this tnp, Amy Haynes led an inten- sive study of Howard Finster's life, beliefs, and artwork. Mrs. Haynes, art teacher at Hogansville, showed students original works by Finster, including a plywood angel, a paint- ing, and a print loaned by the CVAM At Paradise Gardens, students ab- sorbed the magic of the place as they diligently participated in a scavenger hunt. The children were delighted with the trip, as one student said, "This is the most beautiful place rve ever seen." Hummingbird Festival The Hummingbird Festival is scheduled for April 16, 17, 18.1999. For Kickoff Banquet reservations, call 637-8828. Hogansville Man Arrested LaGrange City iolice arrested n was transporting drugs from Willie Chaveli Cameron, age 25, of Sunset Homes, Hogansville, Geor- gia. Police collected a large amount of crack c0oJne that has an estimated street value of over $1,500. Cameron was stopped Thursday of last week nft=r a tip was received by the police department that Cam- Hogansville to LaGmnge. He was out on bond because of previous drug charges at the time of this arrest. He was charged by the police with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and is at present being held without bond. C:uneron is known to the Hogansville Police De- Partment. LIBRARY NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1999HOGANSVILLE HERALD---3 .==. L= '!i 1 By Jane Cheatham Gottshall, Branch Manager Yvonne Bledsoe, our Youth Li- brarian, read Rikki-Tikki-Tavi to fourlh and fifth grade classes at Hogansville Elementary School dur- ing the past week. This classic story from Rudyard Kipling's masterpiece The Jungle Book has been adapted and illustrated by Jerry Pinkney. This is the thrilling story of Rikki, a fear- less young mongoose, who develops a spccial bond with a boy named Teddy. After a flood sweeps Rikki into lhe garden of an English family's house in India, he soon finds himself in a life-and-death struggle with Nag and Nag;fina, the two cobras who claim the garden as their own. These scheming cobras didn't count on the heart and pride of this brave little mongoo.,:e that .saves Teddy and his parents lrom death. The unforget- table story has been brought to life in stunning watercolors from Caldecott Honor artist Pinkney. Rikki will cap- lure the hearts of the young and re- capture those of the old alike. In addition to Donald Davis, Carol Cain will be lighting up the stage wilh her zany folktales, family sto- ries, and award-winning historical monologues at the Azalea Storytelling Festival at LaGrange College, Calla- way Auditorium on March 5-7. Other storytellers featured at the festival are Milbre B urch, Rex Ellis, Sam and Sallie Worley "One Heart", and Pam McGrath. Master of Ceremonies is Nancy Kavanaugh, chair of the board of directors of the National Storytelling Association Festival in- formation is available at the library. Children aged three to five are invited to "Pre-School Storytime" at Hogansville Public Library Thurs- days at 10:00 a.m. There is no story time scheduled on Februagy 25 due to a planning meeting for the Summer Reading Club. Our next story time is on March 4. Additions to our adult collection include: FICTION The Endless (;ame by Bryan Forbes. Winding Stair by Douglas C. Jones On the Occasion of My Last Afternoon by Kaye Gibbons. In the Dark by Meagan McKinney. Streets of Laredo by Larry McMurlry. Guardian Angel by Sara Paretsky. The Thanatos Syndrome by Walker Percy. Speaker of Mandarin by Ruth Rendell. The Latimer Mercy by Robert Richardson. A Vision of Light by Judith Merkle Rley. The Disappearance of Edwin Drood by Peter Rowland. Morning Glory by LaVyrle Spen- cer. NON-FICTION The Shady (;arden by Jane Taylor. Healthy Snacks for Kids by Penny Warner. Robyn Webb's Memorable Menus Made Easy by Robyn Webb. The Meat Lover's Vegetarian Cookbook by Steven Perry and Tanva Petrovna. Skinny One-Pot Meals by Rulh Glick. Kitchens. The Complete Black Powder Handbook by Sam Fadala. Santa's Price Guide to Contem- porary Christmas Coilectibles by Beth Dees. Foundations & Concrete Work. Masonry Eg,entials. Stone and Plaster-Work by Yvonne Rees. Warman's Depression (;hiss: A Value & Identification Guide by Ellen T. Schroy. Warman's Americana & Col- lectibles. AUDIO BOOKS True Detective by Max Allan Col- lins. Counterstrike by Se;m Flanncry. The Watcher by Robert Kammcn. Washington! by Dana Fuller Ross Code Black by Charles Ryan. VIDE() Annie Guys and Dolls The King and I Mutiny on the Bounty The Sacketts The Unsinkable Molly Brown : ::ii ..... THESE FIFTH GRADE STUDENTS ARE MEMBERS of the "Literary Club" at Hogansville Elementary School. They have accepted the challenge to read books from a list of suggested literature as a group and then discuss the ideas they have learned. This is the group who presented the play they created from an Appalachian story entitled "Down, Down the Mountain", during their visit with Donald Davis last week. Mr. Davis gave the students tips on dramatizing a story. Mr. Davis is one of the featured storytellers at the Azalea Storytelling Festival. Members of the club in the picture are: Lacey Cleveland, Holly Spradlin, Kendra Palmer, Brittany Johnson, Jana Coleman, Terria Mitchell, Marty Bonner, Jordan Gaddy, Troy Price, Ben Jackson, Sammy Calhoun, Savannah Beall, Nadia Freese, Shantreze Russell, Ofvenesia Cameron, and Chris Hart. Also shown is Donald Davis. Advertise In The Hogansville Herald You will do better with us. Call 706-846-3188, Dan Stout Fax: 706-846-2206