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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 2003 Masquerade Ball Slated for Friday There will be two new features at this year&apos;s Grantville Masquerade Ball: Karaoke Signing and the awarding of a prize for the best costume. The Ball will be held on Friday October 24 from 7 through 11 p.m. on Main Street in Grantville at the Railroad Freight Depot, which was renovated several years ago for commu- nity events under the auspices of a historic preservation grant. Another feature of the Ball, which will occur at its mid- point, will be granting honor to the cast of Barbara Nolan Meets The Mummy and its Playwright/Director David Wilson, who will arrive at the Ball immediately after their last rehears- al. The play will be performed the following night, Sat. Oct. 25 in the Grantville Auditorium. The Grantville Ball is sponsored by the Grantville Better Home Town organization and is being run by its Manager, Reenie Hardy, who can be reached at 770 583-3611 for addi- tional information on the Grantville Ball and other GBHT activities. FDR Experts Will Speak Saturday in Warm Springs The Georgia Center for the Book and the Pine Mountain Library are spon- soring a lecture by two of the nation's preeminent authori- ties on the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt at the Little White House in Warm Springs on Saturday, Oct. 25 the program, free to the public, will be presented at noon at the historic Warm Springs pools complex, locat- ed about one mile from the Little White House on Hwy 41. Free parking will be avail- able nearby. The authors who will give a talk and sign copies of their newly published books are John Meacham, author of "Franklin and Winston: an Intimate Portrait of an Epic Friendship"(Random House) and John Barrett, author of "That Man: An Insider's Portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt" (Oxford University Press). Meacham's book is a ground-breaking examina- tion of the relationship between Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, the great- est leaders of "The Greatest Generation." Meacham, a native of Tennessee, is a graduate of the University of the South at Sewanee and is currently managing editor of Newsweek magazine. Barrett, professor of law at St. John's University in New York, is the editor of "That Man: An Insider's Portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt", a heretofore unknown manuscript about FDR written by the late Robert Jackson, who was a U.S. Supreme Court Justice in 1941 until his death in 1954 and a close associate of FDR. By Cllnt Claybrook POPULAR - Folks of all ages came to wish "Granny" Cleo Hodges a happy 100th birthday at a recent party in her honor. More than 50 friends and family mem- bers took part in the celebration. Happy Anniversary goes out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Preston (Bernice) Render on their 11th on Oct. 14 and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller on Oct. 18. We wish them many more. Our belated sympathies go out to the family of Mr. Roy J. Thompson, Jr., of GrantviUe, in his death. Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. We're happy to report that Dorothy T. Clements of Greenville is home from the hospital and doing nicely. Erica Mitchell, Ernestine Owens, Wylene Phillips, Albert Faulkner, Sara W. Clark, Raymond Reeves, brother of Loretta Freeman, Teresa Nell Choice, Laurell Hunter, Tamekia Overton, Tracy Overton, Billy Martin, Emanuel Richardson, Brandon Smith, James Malcolm, in memory of Pearl Malcolm, in memory of John Henry Smith, in memory of Millage Stepp, Vickie E Smith, in memory of Grace Wheelous, in memory of Mozelle M. Williams, Laura H. Woods and Anna Elizabeth Zachary. Birthday greetings go out to Robert "Bob" Burston, Cleveland Bedgood, Agnes Boston, in memory of Sara Clements, in memory of min- ister Johnny Freeman, in memory of Perry Hamilton, St., in memory of Louise Freeman, in memory of Marvin Clarke, Jennifer E Hardaway, in memory of Harold Hines, in memory of Samuel Lewis Hines, Sandra Ann Hunter, in memory of Rev. Walter H. Hubbard, in memory of Lurlene Freeman, Carrie Jackson, Brenda F. Maddox, Lorenzo McCall, Sr., On last Sunday, Oct. 12, installation services were held for Rev. M.R. Clements of Greenville at the Spring Chapel Church in Pine Mountain with guest pastor, Rev. Emmit Clark. The new St. Paul C.M.E. Church, 463 Sewell Rd, Lone Oak, will have a fall festival on Saturday, Oct. 18, begin- ning at 9 a.m. and going until 3 p.m. Rev. T. D. Brown is the pastor. Seed for thought: "Whatever you believe, you can achieve." I Monday, Oct. 27 Taco "salad, lettuce, toma- to, cheese, whole kernel corn, banana bread, choice of milk Tuesday, Oct. 28 spaghetti w/meat sauce, tossed salad, hot roils, fruit, choice of milk W, Oct 29 Manager's Choice Thursday, Oct 30 Ham and cheese sand- wich, lettuce and tomato, dill pickle spear, french fries, fruit, choice of milk Friday, OCt 31 Hotdog, cole slaw, french fries, fruit, choice of milk By David B oggs PROMINENT PERSON- Few people know Hogansville as well as Patti Phillips, who has years of involvement through her efforts with Hogansville First Baptist Church, the Betty Carpenter Circle and a myriad of other activ- ities. She has also worked tirelessly to promote every- thing good about Hogansvitle and to support its civic well-being. Callaway Home on On Nov. 29 the Cason and Virginia Callaway Blue Springs in Harris County will be open to the tours. Tours are at 10 a.m. and at 2 p.m. and cost is person. Advanced reservations are required. the non-profit Ida Cason Callaway Foundation to environmental education. For more information or to a place on the tour, call 706-663-5154. This is a rare opportunity to see the place where and Virginia Callaway raised their family and dignitaries, including Franklin D. Roosevelt. The oldestl of the log home was designed for Fuller and Alice in 1931 with significant additions being made between and 1938. Cason and Virginia began living in the home time in 1938 after he retired from Callaway Mills. garage and outbuildings were designed by architectsl and Crook. The log home is listed on the National Re of Historic Places. We Don't Mind a Little Horse Experience a glorious autunm day at Butts Mill Farm,  here kids! grownups alike can saddle up and hit the trails, or just kick back enjoy the scenery onn old-fashioned havride. Covered Bridge & Grist Mill Train rides Wild West playground * Horback Riding Petting zoo tlayrides & pony rides Fishing Exotic animals - bears, lion, tiger, camel, llamas New for 2004, Georgia's first handicapped accessible Miniature Golf Course! Admission Adults - $9.95 Children (2-12) - $7.95 Horseback Riding incl. Admission to Farm - $29.95 Open 7 Days a week lOam - 6pro 'O4 GM Duramax Diesel / .... i i %,; <. 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