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PAGE 8 HOGANSVILLE HOE NEWS - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2000 MOBILE HOMES Oakwood Homes 2450 Victory l)r., Colunlbus (706) 687=5100 5% Down, 7.99% FINANCING! ON SELECT MODELS! BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2BA den model home for only $39,900 delivered and set. Call for details. YOUN G ? NO CREDIT? Oakwood's govenunent loan program may be for you. GREAT HOMES, EASY FINANC- ING and 5% down, fixed rate 9,99% interest on select models means Oakwood Homes is the only smart choice to buy a new home. When Halloween comes around, the holiday season seems to be right around the corner. During this holiday season keep in mind as much as possible healthy living ideas. When you sit down to eat, take a look at your plate. Are most of the foods plant based? Fill your plate with generous servings of a variety of veggies, fruits, beans and grains. Add a variety of veggies to your salads for good health, excit- ing flavor and texture. Try leafy lettuce with chopped red cab- bage, ripe tomatoes, shredded carrots, chick peas or kidney beans, diced red peppers and broccoli florets. Substitute whole wheat flour for part of the refined white flour in many recipes. Take a brisk Veterans Pkwy. To Be 4-Laned Adjoins New Muscogee County High School, Middle hool & Elementary School City Water alt .wer Available Easy Access From [-185, Veterans Pkwy 5 Minutes From Cohmbus Metropolitan Airport Fastest Growing Area In Muscogee Co. Zoned AG And R-1 Offered in 32 Tracts, Ranging From 5___ Acres to I01+_ Acres And As A Whole Within 1.5 Miles of The Newly Approved 300_+ Acre Mall Development Site on Veterans Pkwy. Adjacent to New Franciscan Woods Assisted Living Facility on I-185 www.rowellauctions.com Free Color Brochure 800-323-8388 Bill Dunn. Auction Coordinator EMail: dunnandmeyers@earthlink.net 2% Broker Coop  Rowell RealtI/& Auction Co., Inc. 415 South Main, Moultrie, GA 31768 , Phone (912) 985-8388 G.A.L. 701 Toll Free 1-8t)0-323-8388 Thomas W. Rowell, C.A.I., Auctioneer Sole" In Cooperation With H & S Brokerage Company walk for ten minutes several times each day. HERE'S A HEALTHY recipe to enjoy as the holidays begin. Quick Carrot Bread 1 cup sugar 3/4 cup applesauce, unsweet- ened 1 cup whole wheat flour 1/2 cup all purpose flour 1 tsp. each baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon 1 cup shredded raw carrots 1 tsp vanilla 1/4 cup shelled walnuts,chopped 2 eggs Yield: 12 slices Cooking Time: 50 minutes Preheat oven to 350 degrees E Lightly coat a loaf pan with veg- etable oil spray, then dust with flour. Mix sugar and applesauce in a bowl. Combine dry ingredi- ents and add to applesauce mix- ture. Add carrots, vanilla and nuts. Beat eggs slightly and add to mixture. Mix well. Pour into pan and bake for 50 minutes. Serve with soups, hearty sal- ads and stews. Make 12 slices- each with 156 calories and 3 grams fat. Variations Substitute 1 cup shredded raw zucchini for carrots. Add 1/2 cup crushed pineap- ple (in juice, drained) to batter. CAFI Offers Energy Assistance Program Low-income Georgians, particularly elderly, disabled, and families with small children, can apply for help paying their home heating bills. Community Action For Improvement, Inc. will be administering the 2000 Energy Assistance Program for Carroll, Coweta, Heard, Meriwether, and Troup counties. The Energy Assistance Program will begin on November 1 for home- bound, frail, elderly and social security disabled households and on December 4 for all other households. The Georgia Department of Human Resources will help pay heating costs for gas, electricity, wood, coal and kerosene. One- time payments will be made primarily by checks issued to home energy suppliers on behalf of eligible households. Under cer- tain conditions, direct payments will be made to eligible house- holds. When applying for assistance persons must bring proof of income for all household members for the last 30 days. This can be paycheck stubs, public assistance checks, unemployment award letters, etc. Applicants must also bring the Social Security card for each person in the household and the most recent home heating bill. All eligible households must be responsible for their home heating Costs. Eligibility for the program is based on the income of all members of the household. To be eligible, households must have an income equal to or less than: $9,603 for a One-Person Household $12,938 for a Two-Person Household $16,273 for a Three-Person Household $19,608 for a Four-Person Household $22,943 for a Five-Person Household $26,278 for a Six-Person Household $29,613 for a Seven-Person Household $32,948 for a Household of Eight or more Applicants in Troup County should call the LaGrange Service Center at 882-6412 for additional information. Applicants from other counties should call the Community Action Service Center in the county in which they live. This program will be adminis- tered by the first come/first served principle. i Wa00t to get Si00es up to 3XL in . Mr. and Ms. CHS Pageant will be held at Callawa High School on Thursday Novemher 16 at 7:00 p.m. 2139 Greenville Road LaGrange 882.1555 00OU00RY "Whenever I am afraid, I will trust in three...In God I have put my trust," Psalm 56-.3, 4. When I am angry or afraid, O God, I'll trust in You; Give me the strength and self- control To help me make it through. --Sper Losing your temper is no way to get rid of it. Bro. Eller's message Sunday morning was from 2 Timothy 2:15. Sunday evening it was "Are We Under Divine Judgment" from Hebrews 12:25-29. Revival The week of November 19th with Johnnie Williamson. We hope to see you. Everyone is welcome. Give Me A Song Give me a song in the early morn, A song, Ird, to greet the day, A song that will lift my spir- it high Even when day fades away... A song in the night to soothe my heart That brings me your won- drous peace, A song that eases my trou- bled soul, And Iets all my worries cease. Give me a song of comfort, Lord, That blesses me night and day, Assuring me that I'm in your care, And your love abides always. --Beverly J. Anderson SWEET SIXTEEN - Miss Michelle Drake was honored by ily with a surprise birthday party Sunday for her 16th Some 25 guests attended and enjoyed delicious Michelle is shown here when she was only three years old. The children of our church had a pumpkin-cutting Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee. Rev. Harold Willis concluded his series of sermons on the work of the Holy Spirit October 29th with the message entitled, "The First Blessing" (Acts 19:1-7). In November, he begins a series on stewardship. He also gave a chil- dren's sermon. A testimony was given by Beth Maxwell Sunday morning. THE ADULT CHOIR special music Sunday morning was, "I Love You, Lord Jesus." The Fifth Sunday night song service was October 29th at the Hogansville First United Methodist Church. Deacon of the Week:Ken Hines. Sunday School: 68. Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class and Ever Ready Sunday School Class on having 100% perfect atten- dance. They are taught by Carl Bennett and Mavis Garrett, respectively.  AS YOU PRAY, remember: Bob Tillman, Avis Hammond, Louise Wilson, Press Miller, Mozelle Dial, C.E. Stevenson, Howard Willis, Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Swanson, Evelyn Arnold, Grady Hamilton, Mary Hamilton, Wanda Lambert, Freda Kelley, Wesley Duffey, Bobby Williams and Edward Jeter. We had Family Night supper and the monthly organizational meetings at the church last night (Wednesday). World Day of Prayer is November 6 at Rockridge with Dan Dockery, Associational Missionary of Carrollton as guest speaker. A salad lunch is after- wards. HAPPY BIRTHDAY in November-to: Macy Foster and Madison Foster on the 1st, Michael Smith on the 2nd, Fred Bass and Keith Davis on the 5th, Beth Maxwell on the 6th, Amanda Scarborough on the 9th, C.E. Stevenson on the llth, Chris Campbell and Howell Spradlin on the 12th, Sondra Lee on the 14th, Darlene O'Neal on the 15th, Sidney O'Neal and Jack Williams on the 17th, Jeffrey Braswell on the Doug Spradlin oO 21st, Knack on the 26th, and Stone on the 29th. Happy weddinl in November to Mr. and Mrs. Cranston, Jr. on the 25th. Thought for the Day: is no trick, hell is no treat! A group of 14 enjoyed day outing to Georgia's Capital Gilmer County East Ellijay, Blue Ridge rounding areas having Col. Peele's Bar-B-Que East Ellijay, and went to vest sale located at the: Farmer's Market in They saw the fall Applehouse at Blue Ridge. Along the enjoyed riding throul nic mountains and route home for supper Piccadilly Cafeteria Center in Marietta. The ful countryside that is by Rex,. Howell and Nadine Willis Mavis and Betty Burks, Marie Hines, all Rev. Ron and Connie Moreland with'their Patrick Flesher from The Fall an event of Saturday, The youth of our attended Judgment LaGrange November 1st. HOGANSVILLE Street. If you don't have home, we would invite come worship with us. activities for each age Pvt. Completes Army Reserve Pvt. Meacham has basic combat training at Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the training, dier received practice in drill and marching, rifle armed reading, field tactics. courtesy, military cal fitness, first aid, history and traditions.