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._______ HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - JUNE 24, 1999 - PAGE 5 Wilma Hudson Columnist ! Riding A Hobby Probably I give too much Lime and attention to my hobby f clothing assembly and alter- tion. Seven years ago I was gift- d With an elegant bracelet that ,e th brad wet as just too dressy for my " / i wardrobe The donor offered nth0at I could exchange it for .,JP thing else at the shop h "V ere it was purchasei. An on- .ale pants suit caught my eye. u[lhe Pants were black and the a..op Was very colorful with sec- ;: 0as in two black and white Ld rints, solid red, green and It IVender, plus a striking fish rint with those bright colors 1 d also yellow. Fish were d LPPliqued to the black section. ,nt Paid $19 more than the cred- :so it was a quality suit. v fit lOWever, somehow it just was- :.$ t right although. I tried it on pal :era time to time. Finally I'll k, e Wearing the top! The round eck was rebound with a bias . 'lack and white check. The it r o e agth was shortened and new on  black and white stripe sleeves .ePlace the blocked fabric of ml[ 1 he original sleeves. ,  ! u! In the meantime I d bought  Other striking top with the o e label "Bonnie and Bill W al y Holly." It is also blocked li ith several colors,but was cas- h r to assimilate into my P 'ardrobe. tat y0 hrWhen I saw the red top with .ren ee bold five and a-half inch . ba@ qUares down the front. I knew tuffl WOuld compliment the black "d white checked pants I had. nt tl h.e middle square is black with 1[ Checked scuttle outlined in d st: ed, appliqued in the center ,m tb e other two squares are lg? ]ecked with black scotties on :d hi :al. !e l_eJ Quite colorful. I also paired ihy ]][.e top with a long slim black widh zrt, tucking it in to reveal only as, 0 of,.the decorative squares. [d matching checked fabric ald I iags, but they showed up ke  .tter after I glued them onto 1bet,! aek triangular clip-ons. Red Ld black flats complete the tt ho Ltfit. bat After I'd completed a dress Y Joining a beige and black ---" ri. ted top to a beige and,black Pped skirt, I decided I d like e flat beige spectators with it tter if the toe sections were 150 Attend Magi,00 Show at Senior Center The magician show on Thursday, June 17 at the center attracted the young and the eld- erly. Approximately 150 per- sons attended the event. Activities at the center this month include bridge every Monday at I p.m. All seniors are invited to participate. "Focus on Fitness" every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Joanna Fowler is a certified instructor. The fitness program promotes (1) increased flexibility and range of motion, (2) coordina- tion and balance, (3) strength, (4) endurance, (5) it provides exercise for older adults that is safe, highly effective and lots and lots of fun. Bowling at the Newnan Bowling Alley every Tuesday at I p.m. Mah-Jongg at I p.m. every Wednesday. You are invited to come and learn how to play this interesting game. The group will be going to Pyne Road Park for a picnic on Thursday, June 24th. Call the center if you would like to go. The seniors are bringing back some of the "lost arts". Other than quilting, another one of these arts is "tatting". There will be a tatting class taught every Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. Mrs. Edna Gladney has volunteered to teach this class. There is no charge for the class. You will need a tatting shuttle and thread #20 or #30. Ms. Evelyn Hernandez will be teaching one on one piano lessons every Wednesday at 2 p.m. If you are interested in learning to play the piano, call the center. Mrs. Mary Jo Keith has vol- unteered to teach the ceramics class. ,Everyone knows that Mary Jo is well known for her MounW, Mountville United Methodist Women met June 14 for a luncheon at Taste of Lemon Restaurant. This was a special time to honor women's society officers, volunteers and the school teach- ers who have served in the Mountville UMC and communi- ty during the year. Hostess Mrs. Ferrell T. Towns, Sr. welcomed the group and expressed appreciation for their dedicated work and faith- fulness during the year and the recent church revival. President Clara Andrews gave the invocation. crafts and she wants to share her knowledge with other sen- iors. The class will be making beautiful bird houses. There is no charge for the class but each person will have to pay for their own supplies which is $5.00 for a bird house. Cynthia Johnstone is still teaching the paint class for any- one wanting to learn to paint. We have all the information for seniors to sign up for the R.V.O.K. program at the sher- iff's office. When you fill out this application, you will be called each morning by the sher- iff's department to see if you are okay. If you do not answer the phone, they will notify some- one to check on you. Swimming exercise is being offered during the summer at Flat Creek Ranch pool. Come and swim with us. It's great fun. Call for more information. News Ms. Sarah Moore of the Legal Aid Services of Georgia in Atlanta, will be at the center on Tuesday, June 29. The serv- ice is free to all seniors. Ms. Moore will help with all your legal work. Don't forget our "Beat the Heat" movies every afternoon. Watch movies in an air condi- tioned room on a large screen, with refreshments, at no charge. Physical therapist Tim Moore will be a guest at the cen- ter on Friday, July 9. Any of you younger people who would like to learn the art of quilting, Ms. Clara Smith and Ms. Lella Williams will be very glad to give you some instruc- tions.There are so many young persons who have never even seen quilting done by hand. Clara Smith and Lella Williams are two of our very talented Bv MAE UMW members attending the luncheon included Clara Andrews, Angela Chambers, Gayla Jones, Joy Morgan, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome, Willette Phillips, Leslie Pike, Kathy Rogers, Helen Thrash, Mae Towns, and Alma Wood. A report was given on UMW assistance to the Mountville Methodist Youth Fellowship's dinner for guests from "Georgia Sheriffs' Pineland Youth Home", June 13. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Chambers, Sr. are leaders of the MYF. Mrs. Chambers explained TOWNS # the MYF hoted an evening of volleyball, a dinner and singing. .Among those participating from "Pineland" included Six male residents and two house- parents, Mrs. Julie Holley and Ms. Barbara Wrights. Mountville MYF and the Ray. and Mrs. Richard McMahan family performed contemporary music. Some of the "Pineland" residents led the group in praise songs they learned the previous week at Camp Viola. BeBe McMahan led all groups in a number of praise songs. McMahan and his family First Baptist t lappenings have lived in the Mountville Circuit Parsonage for the past three years, while he also attended Emery University's Candler School of Theology. Following his graduation last month and the current meeting of North Georgia Annual Conference, the McMahan fam- ily is scheduled to move to Heard County. where he will serve as pastor of the Franklin United Methodist Church. Mountville United Methodist Women will hold their annual picnic in July. Time and place will be announced later. BY PAITI PHILLIPS Kendra Palmer, Alvin Irvin and Bob Irvin have returned home after several days vis- iting with Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kelley, Candi and Drew at Chickamauga. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas winkles and Mrs. Exa Lassetter of Sulphur, Louisiana are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee, Alyson and Stuart .......... Sunday at our church, we 'honored the oldest and youngest fathers attending Father's Day. They were Frank Crawford and Mike Cruce. Each was presented with a rose. As you pray, remember: Deacon of the Week: Ken Hines. Special music was the solo, "Love in Any Language" by Andrea Otwell, during the morning service. Rev. Thurman Henderson's message Sunday morning was from Genesis 22:1- 19 entitled, "The Power of a Father's Faith". Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hines have returned home after a week at Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Mickey Crawford of Albany spent Father's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Maxwell, Sarah and Ruby Teel, Louise Wilson, Ella Pittman, Betty Chaffin, Virginia Taylor, Bob Arrington, Bob Tillman, C.E. Stevenson, Avis Hammond, Winifred Green, Barry Jackson, David Allen Currie, Mac Foster, Lee Alderman, Lucille Friend, Pauline Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Partridge, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Chaff in, Lurlie Hurley and LaVance Roland. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of: Ruby Mac Cobb, Samuel Ernest Toney, Olin S. Rogers, Jr. and George F. Nauss at their recent deaths. Grantville-Lone St. Marks News ladies who volunteer their time to do this. We were glad to have Mr. William Miller of Moreland visit the center on Wednesday, June 17. Bill is the senator from the Southern Crescent District in the Silver Haired Legislature. Also on Thursday, June 18 Ms. Carolyn Burgess, chairman of the Troup County Council on Aging visited the center and attended the 1999 volunteer tea. Everyone enjoyed the first annual volunteer tea in the new center. Although not all the vol- unteers attended, it was very nice. Gloria is so appreciative of all her good volunteers. Ms. Pat Gay will be visiting the center on Thursday, July 1st with interesting stories to tell. Tickets are on sale now for the fish and bingo social on Friday night, July 9 at 6 p.m. Price is $6.00 each. Birthdays & Br JANtE ELLIS [ck. I used a permanent Our belated sympathy goes day to Mrs. Willie Mae Kidd of gic marker to do that saris- out to the family of Elder Atlanta, formerly of Ctorily th n ["CtbT, himam, l ::enW;anaS William 'Willie Roy" Pace of Hogansville, on her 87 years Shenandoah, formerly of young on June 26 and more d O aIe fall and is somewhat hand- Grantville in his death. He is happy birthdays to come.  PPed by it right now, asked just away! We're sorry to report that by any chance, had on hand A very special happy birth- Mr. Leonard Sewell of t ,all gift suitable for an eight 1 St ts A ,p00om,so00tot00o Loca uden mong .tew things to her house later tlthe afternoon. She chose G ei epretty, hair barrettes. I. La range Graduates t remember my receipt Recent graduates from LaGrange College include Monica LaTrese Cameron, Traci Tamiko Jones and Norman A. Harris. Cameron, daughter of Frank and Cynthia Cameron, graduat- ed with a bachelor of science degree in computer science. Jones, daughter of Loyd and Ida Jones, graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in social work. Harris, son of James and Carylen Harris, graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in English. He is a member of Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society. A four-year liberal arts col- lege affiliated with The United methodist Church, LaGrange College has an enrollment of about 1,000 students. The col- lege, the oldest independent institution of higher learning in Georgia, offers 25 academic majors in the baccalaureate program and also graduate pro- grams in education and busi- ness administration. Greater Jehovah to Celebrate 118th Anniversary The Greater Jehovah Baptist Church of Grantville will be celebrating their 118th church anniversary on Sunday, June 27 at 11:00 a.m. Our very own native son, Rev. Billy J. Glanton will be the messenger. Please come and share in this already blessed service. Dinner will be served. Our theme is: "An Excellent Church on a Mission for the Lord". Rev. Oliver W. Wells, pas- tor, Mrs. Ruby Hines and Mrs. Alice M. Nails, chairpersons. , =- ( '11 nsJ t ,li0 es cost, so she was pleased ay half of the sticker price. When I bought the hand- e Jack Rogers shoes for 50 ats in 1995, I thought they :e the ultimate bargain. Not I've recently bought two fl o rs of shoes for 49 cents each s a# Olci's and the expensive qart Weitzman. W li, t & co-worker has become a N  ' friend. She is about my -. e, seems to admire what I r g t and has little time or incli- .oa for shopping. For a week- f :o., trip to Alabama for a wed- g, we outfitted her with a  r w hot pink pleated skirt dot- f, o With black and a black top. ni]the wedding she wore a sheer r#]Piece navy and white print- tl -- r,ess. I wore it to a wedding .r,ilr.st Jekyll Island. Bennie  he felt good in the dress e q. received many compli- lts l his year my sales to Lou, tVelyn and to Mary, have 11 'ated to over a hundred dol- :h[: I m glad to be reducing reAVentory and there are still ii re possibilities. LYONS GALLERY !! CUSTOM FRAMING Original and Framed Art Come Join Usl iil' eW , Used Homes for sale n allsl, .Rs lot rent eV@ II  developed;lois for rent "" |ida ourselves i Iing' a family odente l"nily. Weare l[x;aled in e quiet small "inlll Hogansville and are just one mile om 71W00-672.0282 One block south of downtown 00,'eem, lile, Greenville is a patient at West Georgia Medical Center. We wish him a speedy recovery! Birthday greetings go out to: Darrell Lament Carter, grand- son of Ms. Pauline Carter, Ms. Sabrina Clayton, Mr. Jarvis Glantoi, Rev. Charlie Glanton, Mr. Edward Dobbs, Jarvis JeRico Hardy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lewis (Angelia) Hardy, Ms. Hazel T. Colton, Emberly Janise Clark, daugh- ter of Rev. and Mrs. Emmitt (Janet) Clark, Kimberly Cook, niece of Mrs.Vita B. Sewell, Mr., Willie Oscar "Bill" Cousins, Shantivria Calvinette Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin (Juliette) Ellis, Mrs. Latonya Vanni Ellison, Mr. Michael Harris, Mr. Dwight Lionel Hardaway, Mrs. Bessie S. Hardy, Mr. Eddie B. Reese, Sr., Mr. Gene Robert Rosser, Mr. Paul Rosser, Jonathan Robertson, son of Rev. and Mrs. Ray Robertson, Ms. Frances Jean Rosser, Jamayde Keyton, grandson of Mrs. Beatrice Porter, Mrs. Bertha Miller, Mr. Jeffrey Parks, Shaven C. Pace, Ms. Faye Render, Christopher Rosser, Darius Centel, grand- son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie A. (Carolyn) Rosser, Evangelist Willie David Rosser, DeRico Smith, Ms. Shirley Stinson, Mrs. Diane G. Sueyoshi, Mrs. Bertha Thompson, Mr. George Thrash, Mr. Michael Towns, Ms. Vickie Wheelous, in memory of Mr. Raymond Stinson, Jenelle Parks, granddaughter of Ms. Esther Parks, Taylor Dunton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony (Jennifer) Dunton and Mrs. Marian Williams of Greenville. Remember our sick and shut-ins: Ms. Geraldine J. Hines, Mrs. Alice Pearl Hinton, Ms. Pauline Carter, Mr. Thomas Hines, Sr., and Mr. John Henry Portress. Anniversaries JUNE 24 David Spradlin, Gerry Martin, Jim Lasater, Marianna Reynolds, Ned Darden, Paula Dement, Sarah Glanton, Mr. and Mrs. ER. Leverett, Mr. and Mrs. Jervis Shelnutt, and Mr. and Mrs. Whitley Barrett, Jr., anniversary. JUNE 25 Clay Williams, Kelley Spradlin, Mr. and Mrs. David Spradlin, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Norwood, anniversary. JUNE 26 Kevan Sprayberry, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Hobbs, anniver- sary. JUNE 27 Cal Massengale, Helen Stephens, Jean Harris, Jeff Wallace, Laurice WiUiamson. JUNE 28 Gaff Sherman, Jordon Clay, Paulette Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. David Hammett, anniversary. JUNE 29 Chuck Keith, Jeff Duffee, Kelsey Lynn Head, Odella Whitmore, Skeet Kent, Susan Spader, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Knighton, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wessinger, anniver- sary. JUNE 3O Benny Ray Smith, Bill Hammond, Darell Strickland, James H. Staten, Ouida Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parham, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Purgason, anniversary. PUBLIC MEETING The City of Lone Oak hereby gives notice that the City of Lone Oak will hold a public meeting on July 12, 1999 at 7:00 p.m. in the town hall in Lone Oak. The purposes of this public meeting are to: 1. Inform the public of the need for improvements to the City's water system. 2. To comply with section 391-3-5 of Georgia's Rules for Safe Drinking Water (and amendments thereto). 3. To encourage public involvement in the development of a plan to improve the water system. The public meeting will attempt to identify public preferences for alternative methods of improving the City's water facilities. These altematives will be evaluated and included in the City's Facilities Plan and Environmental Information Document, the major planning document covering the water system. Public participation is considered essential to the selection and development of the final plan to be adopted prior to its final approval by the State of Georgia, Department of Natural Resources.