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THE HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 2000 PAGE 5A 'Notes' for Over Thr ..... Fruits, Vegetables Good Summer Idea ili!!i iiiii i, iii!i i  = , ii!i! l Chambers UMW President Helen Thrash i row) presents gifts to urch trreasur- spictured Alma tory Book in Second Printing Historic Chattahoochee has announced the second printing of title, "Perilous cs: A History of on the Apalachicola, Rivers, 1828 1928" by A. Mueller. This ' is the first in depth study of steamboating on these three rivers Mr Mueller is a recognized author- ity on steamboats and has writ- ten several other books and arti- cles on this subject. The 489-page, cloth-bound book is organized into sixteen chapters. Most chapters give a comprehensive overview of steamboating, by decade, from 1828 to 1928. The book is copi- ously illustrated; having more than 270 photographs, illustra- tions, charts and maps. It includes an alphabetical listing of all steamboats to operate on these rivers as well as a glos- sary of common nautical or steamboat terms and a listing deepest sympathy goes family of Mrs. Jessie of Grantville in her L She was 91 years o11. Let hearts be troubled. E7 McIntyre, wife of E7 McIntyre, upon her with 22 years of in the United States Her parents, Mr. And Hosiah (Rosetta) *son St., of St. Marks the retirement cele- in London, England. visited Paris. Ella Mac Owens, Mrs. Ed Snelling and daugh- Snellings of St. Ms. Angela Sewell and of Grantville; Ms. Easter and sons of enjoyed a well- vacation in Myrtle over the weekend. sorry to report that Eura Mac Sewell of is a patient of We wish her a speedy our sick and Mr. Henry Nails, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Inez Ms. Mary Strozier, Stepp and Mrs. report that Daniel of doing fine. special happy birth- Sylvester Rosser, Sr. on his 82 years 2. We wish him happy birthdays to GREETINGS to: Mr. Harold Carter, Jerome Brown. (son of Thomas (Sandra) Mr. Bobby Colton, Mrs. Mr. Clarence Dean of Mrs. Sherry Dean), Rev. Charlie Mr. Connell Johnson, Johnson, Ms. Hunter, Jamesha Nails Mr. & Mrs. Mr. Jarvie Jennifer Parks, Ms. Gibbs, Ms. Suzette Wood, Michael David Middleton, Jr. (Son of Mr. & Mrs. Michael David (Juwarn) Middleton, Sr., Mrs. Stacy Fountain (granddaughter of Mrs. Josephine Rosser), Ms. Janis Nails, Ms. Marguerite Evans,, and Mrs. Waikiki LaTeresa Upshaw. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY wishes go out to Mr. & Mrs. Willie Franks (Mary L0u) McLaughlin on their 57th on August 7. Also, Mr. & Mrs. Alonza (Barbara Shaye) Shells on their 4th on August 3. We wish them many, many more. GET CASH 'TIL PAY DAY! QUICK- CONFIDENTIAL -CASH "When You Can't Wait 'Til Tomorrow' Get Tomorrow's Pay Today.! CASH FINANCE INC. Manchester LaGrange Next to Huddle House Inside Auto/and Building 412 B. 5 = Ave. 527 New Franklin Road 846-8005 884-6900 of steamboat landings and di tances. A three column, ,,,levcn page index is provided to assist the reader in locating any boat. city company, person or sub jec mentioned in the text. An exhaustive bibliograph3 i included as a reference l'tl those who want to learn marc about this romantic subjecl. "Perilous Journeys" is p inl ed in a large format (8 112"' k 11") on acid free paper for lon, life. It sells for $33.95 poslpaid from the Iiist,wi Chattahoochee ( t)llHlHi. ' .... P.O, Box&3, Eufaula, Alabama 36072-0033. Phone inquires arc invited by calling (334) 687 9755. This summer round out your meal with!ots of fruits and veg- etables. We all could stand to eat more of these healthy foods. They contain an abundance of vitamins, minerals, antioxi- dants, photochemicals, fiber and other cancerTpreventing substances. Take the next four weeks and focus on a different goal each week. Week one, focus on break- fast. Try to eat at least four dif- ferent types of fruits during the week for breakfast. Juices, fresh fruit and dried fruits are just some of your choices. Week two, focus on snacks. Try to include fruits and veg- etables in all your snacks this week. Your mid-morning snack could include a vegetable juice or one of the new, fruit and veg- etable combination juices. You might choose to take along piece of whole fruit such as an apple, pear, banana, peach or even cherries or grapes. Try to include Vegetables in- your afternoon snacks.Try cucum- ber or carrot sticks, broccoli and cauliflower florets or sum- mer squash slices like zucchini and yellow squash. During week three, focus on dinner. Try to include at least two or three servings of veg- etables with every dinner you eat this week. A salad with one cup of leafy greens and 1/2 cup of sliced vegetables equals two servings. Baked potatoes filled with steamed vegetables, stir frys and past primavera are a few ideas for entrees based on vegetables. Week four, focus on dessert. Make fruit desserts this week. Melon slices or cubes, berries, such as blueberries and straw- berries, kiwi, apples and bananas and peaches are all excellent choices alone or in combination for delicious dessert. Now, put all your focus goals together and you will be getting your five or more servings of fruits and vegetables everyday. The Cooperative Extension. 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