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HOGANSVlLLE HOME NEWS - JULY 15, 1999 - PAGE 3 ome Tips on Canning Tomatoes Wetherington Extension Agent I am getting numerous calls canning tomatoes. garden seems to reat and tomatoes are abundant. Many of you have called about different varieties of tomatoes and their acidity. Because tomatoes may be bor- derline in the amount of acid they contain, you must take some precautions to can them safely. To ensure the safety of whole, crushed or juiced toma- toes they must be acidified, whether processed in a boiling water bath or pressure canner. Assembly of God BY JOYCE RICHARDSON "(Jesus) rebuffed the wind, to the sea, "Peace, he [l!,, And .... There was a great Mark 4:39 8o long as we insist on look- circumstances, there will Unrest in our hearts. But as we fix our eyes on the there will come d place that only grace can impact. Oh, the peace I find in Jesus, no power on earth can Peace that makes the so )recious, Peace that me can take - Becks The Lord may calm your but more often He'll Judy and Mike Thomaston and Jesica Shellnutt enjoyed the weekend in Pine Mountain, Georgia enjoying the sights. Sunday Johnnie and Mable Wilkamson attended Home- coming at the Heaven Bound Church of God in Central- hatchee, Georgia where Bro- ther Johnnie was the special speaker. You are cordially invited to come worship with us. Our serv- ice times are: Sunday School 10 a.m., Sunday morning 11 a.m., Sunday evening 6 p.m. and Wednesday night at 7 p.m. God's House The hands of God, how great they are that fashioned each and every star. He gave four seasons to this land and made each grain of desert sand. Each flower and seed that He did plant. Our life on earth that He did grant. He fashioned mountains great and small so he enjoyed by one and all. Such joy as He reveals. His plans fear not dear ones, you're in His hands. Albert N. Theus "The Lord is a great God. He holds the deepest port of the earth in his hands and the moun- tains are His." Psalms 95:3-4 Grantville-Lone Oak St. Marks News The Hogansville Homes and Meriwether Crantville - Congratulations Mr. And Mrs. John Henry Portress of Grantville l their 50th wedding anniver- on July 9. The couple their vows with a cer- at the Fairmount school on Saturday, July 10. relatives and friends this joyous occasion. Our belated sympathy goes the family of Ms. Diana of Newnan, former- Of Luthersville in her death. graduated from Greenville school in 1969. no sorrow that heav- heal." Happy Anniversary goes following couples. Mr Mrs. Ronald (Edna) 15th on July Mr. And Mrs. Jeffrey Searcy Jr., on their on July 15; SFC Daniel and (Elizabeth) Williams on 10th on July 14; and Mr. Mrs. Zachary (Frances) Sr. On their 54th on 15. We wish them many, more! We're happy to report that Inez McCambry of is home from the and doing fine. Our deepest sympathy goes to the Pastor David Russet in the death of his Mrs. Lanetta Russet. The still grows beyond the still blooming just as fair. Mrs. Juanita Connally and td, Marylin of Detroit, have returned home spending one week with sister and brother-in-law, And Mrs. Willie James Sewell of Grantville. Mrs. Jannette Hines and Lucille McDuffie of enjoyed two days at Bach, Florida last along with Clarks Chapel Methodist Church, School, Luthersville. irthday greetings go out Charles Anderson, Mrs. Ms. Margaret Billy Bohannon Jr., Frances S. Butler, Ms. Kate Bohannon, C01ton, Mrs. Mattie Dean, Buffie Ytivie Ellis, Loretta Freeman, Ashley daughter of Mrs. Dean Mrs. Mary Ms. Marvene Goolsby, Ms. Lucille B. Mrs. Eula Kate Mr. Ronald Portress, LaShon Russet, of Ms. Tracie Rosser, s. Laura S. Russell, Mrs. Sewell, daughter-in-law Eura Mac Sewell, Ms. Sewell, Mrs. Vita Rev. Lucy Stanley, Mrs. Stanley, Ms. Dorthy Stevens, Mrs. Stacy T. in memory of Mr. Miller Jr., Charles Worthans Jr., Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Annie Kate lSer, in memory of Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Verleda Ms. Pamela Hamilton, emory of Mr. Edmond St., Kiosha Wheelous, of Ms. Melissa Shun Anthony Mrs. Vickie C. Ms. Rosa Marie Dean, Hines Tamekia Hines Br JANIE Et22S Mrs. Ella Rosser, and Mr. Travis Williams, son of Mr. And Mrs. Roger (Gwen) Williams. The Greater Jehovah Baptist Church of Grantville will be holding their 3rd Annual Women's Conference on July 16 at 7:30 p.m. With guest speak- er, Ms. Carolyn Girlie, Newnan. A short workshop on July 17, beginning at 9:30 a.m. There will be two speakers on that morning, the topics will be Finance and Prosperity accord- hag to the principles of the Bible Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m. Speaking on finance will be Mrs. Sandra Houston and speaking on Prosperity will be Mrs. Mildred Whately. Saturday evening, July 17 at 6:00 p.m. there will be a ban- quet at the Grantville Brown Gym the speaker will be Mrs. Cora Ann Reeves. Our climax will be Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. With Mrs. Gloristene Arnold WCOH Radio Gospel announcer, Newnan. Our theme is "Where there's unity, there is strength." We're asking for those who really want to be blessed to come join us as the anointing of God be manifest- ed through this conference. Rev. Oliver Wells is pastor. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks invites everyone to their Sunbeam Choir 2nd Anniversary on Sunday, July 18, 1999. At 2:30 p.m. Rev. W.E. Geter is pastor and Rev. George Beasley, Associate Pastor. The John Wesley United Methodist C!aurch in Grantville invites everyone to their Annual Homecoming on Sunday, July 25 at 11:00 a.m. with pastor Joe. P. Geter. Revival Services will be held Monday through Friday July 26-30 at 7:30 p.m. With Rev. J.T. Coleman. The public is invited. Seed for though: A small church with large vision is greater than a big church with little vision. QttAIATY BItlI,T! SOCIAL SECURITY Disabled Retired Self Employed BORROWERS Payoff Bankruptcies .Slop Foreclosures Home Equfly Loans We have helped many people with credit struggles, It's creative financing wilh a bank! No appraisal or loan fees up front, Member  FDIC Contact Sam Chapman: (706) 674-2311 pRItED TO MOVEtI[ '99 Nissan Altima '95 INFINITI @ 427 New franklin Road LaGrange 1 (706) 884-1744 To acidify tomatoes add 1 table- spoon of bottled lemon juice or 1/4 teaspoon citric acid per pint of tomatoes. For quarts, use 2 table- spoons f bottled lemon juice or 1/2 teaspoon citric acid. The acid can be added directly to each jar before fill- ing them with the product. If this makes the product taste to acid, add a little sugar to offset the taste. Salt may be added t each jar of tomatoes, if desired. The salt is only for season- ing and does not help to pre- serve the food. If salt is used, canning salt is recommended to prevent the liquid from turning cloudy. Usually 1/2 teaspoon salt per pint is adequate. We have excellent informa- tion on canning tomatoes and tomato products. Give the Extension Office a call at 672- 4235, or stop by and pick it up. Cooperative Extension Service Office provides educa- tional programs, materials, and assistance to all people without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex or handicap sta- tus. Destiny Lynn Renea Is Born Jeff Fordham and Amanda Hunter are the proud parents of a girl born June 23 weigh- ing 7 lbs. 10 oz. Her name is Destiny Lynn Renea. AA Meetings Schedule Is Announced The Hogansvile Chapter of Alcoholics Annonymous will meet Sundays and Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at the Recreational Center on Granite Street. AMERICA'S HOME PLACE, INC. Birthdays & Anniversaries July 13 - Bill Moat Edward Friend Sr. Matthew Burnham July 16 - Render T. 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