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October 4, 1990

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Kyle Levin MeLain Joey and Vicki McLain of Jacksonville, Fla. would Woman's Club Featured Antique Show CLINCH COUNTY NEws THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1,990 : Page 3 like to announce the ,~:~ birth of their son, "Kyle Woman's Club L~vin McLain, on Septem- ber 2, 1990 at Memoriali ~ '~ ~ s bay Sponsors Tea Hospital. He weighed 8 lb. 2 oz. and was 201/2 !ii~' P~LI services will On Sunday, October 7, incheslong. Ill W h morning ser- the Homerville Woman's Maternal grandparents t 12:00 p.m. TheClub will sponsor a tea at are Carol Serna of Nep- ...... iI ay program will ~ ~J:!~i%.~:!!:~: the clubhouse honoringtuneBeach, Fla. andJames ~ill ~ii.:i p.m. with Dea. i| dmondSLee, as the Mallory is an artist who will.tea Fla. :~i~~ .................... :~" ........ i mm'~: LOp the name of the County students in the are Albert and Kathy ~ "Artist in Residence" McLain of Pooler, Ga. ~ program which is new toMaternal great grand- our school system this year. parent is Dorothy Huber, [ 1 l I 1 llll Some of her" artwork will St. Paul, Minnesota. MORIAM be on display fit tI~e Paternal great grandpar- i s m B which will be held from ent is Mrs. David Sutton ~: :i~ ~ HAPPY 1ST Memory Of 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. of Homerville. m E. Morris, Sr. Hostesses for this occ- i ~ ldn't say I'm lear- asion will be the Public -CARD OF THANKS BIRTHDAY it said I love you. and International Affairs ~ ~ S gone before we Committee of the club. We would like to thank BROOK it and only God Carolyn Brooks, Sandy Lee, our friends and family for why. A million Fanneye Griner, Cathy their kindness and love dur- ~ ~ We needed him, a Helms, Jean Manley, Lelia ing the death of our father 0ct. 7, ~ times we 'cried. Mathis, Mildred Powe]l and husband. Your kind" F ~ ~1 "~t ! alone could have and Mavis Trowell. hess during this time 1990 him, he never Club members extend an means more than you know ~ve died. In life we invitation to all of our corn- The beautiful flowers, :i ~ dearly, In death munity to come by the club the lovely cards, the won- a him still. In our and meet Ms. Mallory. derful foods, and especially W e L0v e Y 0 u ! he holds a place no Carol Chambers your prayers helped us Nana &Papa ever fill. It broke Reporter so much during this time. ~ts to lose him, but A special thanks to the ~x~l~ iI't go alone. For part EMTs and Dr. Cabral. Stalvey Wezzt with him. The Host Exchange May God bless each i took him home. and every one of you. ~ L ~ ~rnissed by Youth The Family of Mama, Daddy her, Family Donald Webb Sr. ~ lends Open the doors to world BerniceWebb ~ Uncle Rich (It)peace by opening your Donald Jr. and Cathy Webb == hearts and your homes to David Webb MEMORIAM the brightest students Daniel and Sheri Webb 1 h M:~nory across the globe. By host- and his grandchildren Available ~ ATULATIONS ing an international high Emily and Ashley Webb Annual Halloween Carnival school student not only [~(adv') (lt) aS::nWill be here In Douglas tANDPA I ~ Lee Studebaker will you gain invaluable [16-18-10.4-90 insight into a differentas lily's Island ii iii ii! iii " re Proud [J if you were back culture, but you will be s ~withus, given the opportunity to 'Ou'd say something educate the future leaders Reunion Plans ~fis. of the world to what we k been a year since been gone? as Americans believe about Changed our way of life. Addition- ~nre like an eter" ally' hstingis tax dedUC'l've missed you tible in the amount of inThe unpredictable firethe Okefenokee Swamp tms f flu include fever' peningat5p'm:'a~t~e bth" Barbecue chicken }f YOU[ ] ~rnuch. $50.00 per month that has again changed the chills, coughing, and ach- fun continuing until 10plates will be served in the ~sed my brothers these wonderful teenagers plans for the Billy's Island ing in the back, arms and p.m. Along with the usual cafeteria from 3-7:30 p.m. legs. Most people are ill variety of food, games and Come ioin us for a Haunt- Love, I listers, my family of are in your home. All reunion. The October 6th for only a few days while prizes for. all ages, cake ingGood Time!! Cs and nieces and YES participants are care- gathering of former Billy's others need hospital, Chip,/.. lamie, ,I ,'ve missed ful, evalua d, insured ,slan residents is now may ~anylifelong friends and bring with them their scheduled to be held atcare. . ..... ,Susan Graddy On KIDS AND CHORES ~llld 1,~k~t~r~ | ~ssed deer hunting own spending money. 10:30 a.m. at the Traders rJu ShOtS are avauame GA De n' " t to the general public but U a , s LIS Almost 40 percent of my buddies of theShare in this opportunity Hill Recreation Area south are especially recommen-A ",, oun men arc tcquiw, d to Pond Huntingclub; ~ ~otaio, 2,632a dents Y g ..... F0R SALE :~ quiet and soul- to realize world peace by of Voikston, Ga. , ded for persons o~,er the have been named :~ The yard woCk~ acco~ling to a re, ~' -- ..... phoning the Youth Ex- ' .~?mce it is impossible age m oa ano me cnrom- ' ' " " , ccn~ Gallu Youth Surve .king rides through change Service toll free at to predict the path of the -. .,,, r,k..._:_~u. :n Umvers~ty of Georgm s ~ Y" ~)cls. 1-800-848-2121. Touch the stubborn blaze in the inter- ca,y m . ,~ ........ ,~,,y ,, spring quarter Dean's ~issed sitting back future today, for of the swamp, all ev. includes those persons List !elaxing on our front .. eats scheduled on swamp having heart, lung, kid- Nomination to the ~l~l~ ~ contemplating cann0n..... premises have been can-anemmney disease,. {low blood)diabetes.., and d-'a"l~'~"~ent ...... Onas~"t1; ........ earneo""~"'"~ a" -- J, R, Sims H0meplace e;~ts sortingarundthroughthe tober.Celed for the month of Oc- . ...... Each day from 8-o0., .i'm" grade point' average or ~k -~" Corner old Pearson Road and Ann mru. a:ov p.m. me ShOtS are higher out of a possible 4.0, ~ Spiritual The Traders Hill Recrea- ava,lable at the Chnch ........ ,~1~'~-"~ "Be'if.. Street, Homerville. 4 lots, mobile home, ,raiased discussing tion Area is about four c~,,,,t,, 1~o.1,1~ 1~ .... , ausan jamse uraooy o~ 1.~.~.~l~ a old storage hmme, shaded lot. Sell as Ipolitics while shoot ....... ~ ..........~.~..-- Homerville, a member of the breeze at Rich- Services At miles south of Folkston off meat, at 101-A South Col- "h .... L~I~'N~I ~F.)t State Highway 121. For UnR or divide. ! - ,~.- . ,, ., e JUnior ~lass, was ~,Ed's&Buzzy's. furtherinformationcallGa ~o an,~intm,-,* ;~ named to the Dean sLmt. Q: What can I subs I~issed warm hugs Pearson ege atreet, nomervme, , ' ti Mrs. Bernice Chesser ,, ~,~, ....... I n~essary A fee of $5 00 tute for wine in recipes? ~our Grandchildren, Soddenberry at 912-496- will be char-ed for each Will the ..hatit..o..f. Cal: 487-2673 :, Julie & Jared; PEARSON--Bishop r growth and de- William R. Cannon,2634 or Mrs. Corn Lee .... rg. , feet the taste too much? sno~. rm suets are rose NATURAL SODIUM ..... ne """ l)Z~ent. retired Bishop of the Aldridge at 912-496-7294. available at your private t~'~:'y~::[wUllst~et~,ood 9 AM 5 PM TO See , ~issed my "Four United Methodist Church coordinators of the event, physicians All foods th " " ~?: ~' --~ ......... at come fromflavor by subshtutmg ap- .~', Wayne, Ronnie, will be holding spiritual 12:05 p.m. until 12:30 with ~.~u *~E animals contain sodium natu- pie juice for white wine and ........ rail M It & Clark; helping enrichment services at soup and sandwiches y. oat fresh frugs and cranberry juice for red i l ili i I I,I I ~Onswithafathersrearson United Methodist served. The services on~- v .__. vcgctables also contain --e wine However, don't PUBliC NOTICE I nc a erage age o~ Amen- o " " " ee and watching Church beginning October Friday and Saturday nights ..... $ d,um but m smaller substitute wne ar or wine can earm operators in lg~l .. g making their ways 4 at 7:30 p.m. and going will be at 7:30 p.m ....... amounts, say numuon experts vinegar as these could WiiS ~ yams. AOOUt 41 p~r-with 'v " through Sunday, October Bishop Cannon now re- . ...... the Um mzty of Geor- affect the taste of the dmh. ~eo'st of all, Honey, 7th at World Wide Corn- sides in Atlanta where he ic'--ainCent wexe .... 2}a to~. 3~ooTYearSr....olo, gin Extenston" Sefvw.e."Q: The copper bottoms of C L I N eH O O N T31' ! missed you; your munion Day at 11:00 a.m. teaches at Emery Univer- ~'t~'~h.~....~ ......... my cookware have tarnish- ~h, your years of On Friday and Saturdaysity Divinity School. He is '~'~ ...... ed. How canl dean them. $CH 001. l companionship Bishop Cannon will bea graduate of the Univer- Duke University BishopVSC Football Game P.K., Sayre, Pa. eVerlastinglove, holding a service from sity of Georgia receiving Cannon has been the "Bish- Tai|a~a D~r}u A: A good copper clean- Weare again experiencing some indivi- ~h God's blessed ~ his Ph.D, from Yale Uni- op of the Redezoh'~, area, ... II]~Ut~ /gilt] er ..shuld ..... remove any ' has overshadowedand we'll love you for- versity. He is the recipient North Carolina Conference Tfl U.l. t.armsh or neat .o sco.mra- duals b ycles and other veb - 'Vemissed since I've ever. of eight other Doctorates on two occasions. He also ~ U~ II~IU tmn. Also try uslng ezmercles on the I' h School Wall(ing Track: ~gone, we'll alwaysLove, from AsburyCollege, Tern- served as Bishop of the Valdosta State College ~/s cup vinegar .or mmon ~ether in spirit and Family of ple University, Emory Richmond area, VirginiaBlazer Football fans are juice mixed vath one ~a Please remember no wheeled cycles are: zt. Robert Lee Studebaker University, LaGrange Col- Conference, Atlanta Ar: invited to a noon tailgate two teaspoons of salt or 8_]]OlNed on the wall;Jug tracl under any Dad, You'd say Written by Wayne lege, Wesleyan College, ea - both North and South party at Martin Stadium baking soda: Rub mixture (adv.} {It) N.C. Wesleyan College and Georgia and retired in 1984 before the Livingston over pan bottom, ~et set mr c c _stances. Violators of this tule wi-L like that. He is chairman of the Board State game on October 6 15 minutes and rub cleanbe prosecuted for trespassi-ng. , ,: of Trustees of the Protes- Fans should bring their with asoftcloth. tint Radio and TV Center, ~nch and soft drinks to Q: What do I have to do Thank you for your suppert on this matter Vice Chairman of the Board ~ area on the west side of to make baking powder Martin Stadium designa- of Trustees of Emery Uni- biscuits in the microwave R. LEE $10.00 per family for 1 year. We encourage all parents ard[ans d all sport parfi-cipants to join. For more idornm- Metts at 487-2722 or 487-2606. Memberships Will Also Sold ,It Home Football Games. versity. We are honored to have this great theologian in our midst and invite the public to attend any or all of these services. JOIN ted for the tailgaters and ~arked with clusters of red and black balloons. For more information call the VSC Office of Alumni ~elations at 333-5797. NOW BUYING PECANS We are now buying pecans Hand or e Joad. Warehouse next to Williams Ford TOP MAR PIUCES WORK eES[D Oeco ac NEW Joes_sm CALLS PmANCe eEPAmS Jme, H. it~/~,ter, jr. that aren't hard and dry or doughy? P.M.B., Desert Hot Springs, Ca. A: The key to tender biscuits is using the right proportion of liquid to dry ingredients. Dough will be sticky from too much li- quid, while biscuits will be hard and dry from too lit- tle liquid. To microwave, place biscuits in a circle on a microwave-safe plate li- ned with two microwav- able paper towels. Micro- wave six biscuits two to three minutes, rotating plate ~/~ turn after one min- ute, until they are no lon- ger doughy. Let biscuits stand for one minute be- fore serving. Do you have a cooking question? Write Dear Betty Crocker, Box 1113, Dept. Betty, Minneapolis, MN 55440. TiP OF THE WEEK Add a touch of elegance and flavor to your butter. Cut a stick of firm but- ter into pets and arrange on a serving plate. Top each one with a small piece of fresh basil, mint or par- sley. Superintendent I Ill II l II l llllllll llllll MEETING NOTICE The Homerville Housing Authority holds a Board of Commissioners Meeting the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. The meet- ing is held at the Housing Authority Office lo- cated at 110 Crescent Drive, Homerville. For more information contact the Housing Autho- rity Office at 487-5486. Chairperson Margaret (Peg) Blitch, Vice-chairman Marvin Smith, Commissioner Lonnie Spates, Commissioner Carl H. Shell and Commissioner W. C. Mc- Millian. STEVE BENNETT, Executive Director I I ~- l lllll II EMPIRE BANKING CO. WILL BE CLOSED .: MONDAY, OCTOBER 8 IN OBSERVANCE OF COLUMBUS DAY I IIIII II