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PAGE 8 - HOGANSVIIA HOME NEWS - JUNE 24, 1999 School Class of 1949 plans 50th Reunion Plans are underway and excitement is building!! The reunion will be held on July 3 at Mountain Top Inn, Pine Mountain. Over the years friends of other classes expressed a desire to join us at our 50th reunion, so we will be joined by some members of the classes of 1948 and 1950. Our lives were so intertwined during high school, that we are looking forward to getting reacquaint- ed. To add to the excitement of just seeing each other, our speak- er of the evening will be Leon Tarvin, a member of the class of 1948, who did not graduate. He dropped out of MHS in January 1948 and joined the Air Force. During his 30 year military career, he worked and obtained his GED and began night classes at local colleges where he was assigned. He holds a BS from Utah State University, and MS degrees from the University of Southern California and Troy State University. He rapidly advanced through the ranks while in service and retired as a Colonel. While at MHS, he was an outstanding football player (captain in 1947) and pres- ident of his junior class. Leon has written five novels, a non-fic- tion book and writes regularly for camping magazines. We are looking forward to hearing of his exploits and writing. Bill Barnes, Bud Twitty, Othell Heaney, and Merri Jo Pate are working hard to make this the best reunion ever. Pre-School Registration CAFI Manchester Head Start program is taking appli- cations for three, four, and five year old children. Children must be 3 by September 1, 1999. Applications will be taken daily from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at 607 J. D. Parham Drive, Manchester. For information, contact: Kelly Edwards at (706) 846- 8396. Please bring the following forms to register your child: Birth Certificate Proof of income Social Security No. for immediate family Guardianship docu- ments (if applicable) Habitat House to Be Dedicated Barbecue plates, Saturday, June 26, from 11- 2:00 at Luthersville Baptist Church. Plates consist of barbecue, stew, chips, slaw, bread and tea for $6. Dessert is extra. Tickets may be purchased in advance, contact Chris Bryan a.t 770/927-6901. Pine Mountain Celebrates 4th The Downtown Merchants of Pine Mountain will hold an Independence Day Celebration with a sidewalk sale July 3 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Talbot Plans 4th Fireavorks Independence Day festivi- ties in Talbot County will be held July 3 at Upton's Lake, six miles west of Talbotton on Highway 315. Watermelons will be served beginning at 8 p.m. and the fire- works show will begin immedi- ately after dark. The Talbot County VFD will sell refreshments. The event is free and open to the public. Waverly Hall VFD Barbecue Everyone is invited to attend the open house and dedication of the home of Ricky and Darlene Bray on Sunday, June 27, at 3 pm. Built in partnership with ttabitat for Humanity in Meriwether County, the home is located on Hubert Russell Road at Highway 18, four miles north of Pine Mountain. Call 672-4593 for additional information. by the American Red Cross. Therefore, we are asking family members to help spread Animal Park to the word. We will be expecting Celebrate 4th you The Pine Mountain Wild Summer Food Animal Park will celebrate the 4th Service Program of July with four days of barbe- cue and special events. Community Action For For more information, call 1- Improvement, Inc. will sponsor 800-367-2751 or 706-663-8744 for Summer Food Service Program more information. (SFSP) again this summer. The SFSP was established Brown Reunion to ensure that children in needy areas would continue to receive P/annex/June 26 nutritious meals during the school vacation that are corn- On Saturday, June 26, the parable to those who are served descendants of Isham and Ann under National School Lunch Brown whose children were andSchoolBreakfastPrograms Zedock, Bud, Mary, Vella, during the school year. Cynthia and Sally will meet at Free meals are provided to the Woodland Community all children at approved SFSP Building in Woodland. open or enrolled sites in areas Come, bring a covered dish with significant concentrations and all the family, of low-income children. We are planning for a big day with kinfolks. CAFI has been a sponsor of Due to the new numbering SFSP for the past ten years. system for Meriwether County, Over 29,000 meals were served FSU Flying High Circus at Gardens The Florida State University "Flying High" Circus will be performing at Callaway Gardens' Robin Lake Beach July 1-August 20. For more information, con- tact Rachel Crumbley at 706- 663-5187. Pack 194 to Hold Barbecue Luthersville Cub Scout Pack 194 is sponsoring Johnny Brown The Waverly Hall Volunteer Fire Department will hold it's Annual Bar-B-Q on Saturday, July 3, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Waverly Hall Fire Station. Plates will be $5 with a choice of chicken or pork with home made brunswick stew, slaw, bread, pickle and tea. Proceeds will go to the Voltmteer Fire Department. Blood Drive Set in LaGrange A blood drive will be held Tuesday, June 29, at the First Methodist Church, 401 Broad AUTO LOANS DUE TO YOUR PAST CREDIT HISTORY??? WE CAN HELP/l/ R I 9 GOOD CREDIT, BAD CREDIT, NO C ED T .... NO PROBLEM/!! CALL TODAY FOR A QUICK OVER THE PHONE QUALIFICATION. 706-882-1259 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE i, ii ii ii 7b have your news item included in this calendar, you reach us by phone at 706-846-3188, by fax at 706-846-2206 a mail at: Calendar, P. O. Box 426, Hogansville, Georgia 30230 in the summer of 1998. The program will provide free sack lunches to children 18 and under. Beginning Monday, June 14 to August 6, meals will be avail- able to all children without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. Meals will be served at 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Head Start Center located at 607 J.D. Parham Drive. CAFI is requesting volun- teers who may be willing to help distribute the meals and super- vise the sites. Interested persons are requested to contact Anderson at (706) 884-26511 further information. Storyteller to at Library Storyteller Sherry will present a program of Cat Stories" at the and Talbot County Libraries. She will be in Talbotton on I at 10:30 a.m. on July 2 at 10:30 a.m. Everyone, preschoolers adults, is invited to attend. The City of Hogansville will be flushing fire hydrants on June 30 1999 15etween 7:00 p,m. a midn!ght Customers may experience low water pressure during this time. The City of Hogansville is sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. 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