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KIRKLAND--FANN CLINCH COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1990 Pag 3 HUTCHESON--REEDY FIVE GENERATIONS STRICKLAND--KISER Margaret Annette Hut- cheson and Thomas Eu- Marshall Stalvey of Ho- gene Reedy will exchange merville. wedding vows Friday The groom-elect is a November 23, 7:00 p.m. at son of Mrs. Annis Reedy the Lighthouse Assembly of Dade City, Fla. of God. No local invitations will The bride-elect is a be issued but all friends daughter of Mrs. Vida and relatives are invited to Pearl Stalvey and the late attend. parents of Cheryl Strickland are to announce her and approach- marriage to Kenneth Kiser. Cheryl is daughter of Bill and Mayfield of Ho- and the late Roy Strickland Sr. She is a graduate of Clinch High School and employed as Administrative Assis- at Langdale Forest Company in Val- groom-elect is the of Willa Dean Kiser of Ga. He is a 1982 of Valdosta State College and a 1986 gradu- ate of the University of Florida from which he ob- tained a masters degree in Nursing. He is currently employed as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Critical Care Education at South Georgia Medical Center in Valdosta. The ceremony will take place at Church of the King in Valdosta, Ga. on Janu- ary 12, 1991 at 11 o'clock in the morning. Church of the King is located on North Valdosta Road. No local invitations will be sent. All friends and rela- tives are cordially invited. Anniversary rville hthouse Happyville Light- "Voices of Triumph" celebrate their first anniversary this Sa- November 17 at ip.m. ,ho loves to hear staging, should not celebration. I am a "High" time Lord such as we en- last week in the re-. Monday night Elder brought our atten- to the book of Jud- where Samson was to destruction by for Delilah, a wo- deceived him thus causing his to be put out. He re- and God restored Tuesday, he wanted know that "the way already bee made" to St. John Jesus said, I am the the truth and the life; raan cometh unto the but by me. he talked "Changes" refer- | to Job 14:14. Job ask- the question, If a man die shall he live again? (Yes, he said) All the days of my appointed time, I will wait, till my change comes. But to Christians, your change has come. And should be changing daily from Glory to Glory, going higher and higher in God and it is time for the sinners to change too. Thursday he empha- sized the importance of prayer using Romans. 8:26 and Luke 18:1-13 stating that men ought always to pray and not to faint. He said prayer to the Chris- tians is like a hammer to a carpenter, a wrench to the mechanic and a needle to a seamstress. Friday night was ~the closing of the revival time with Elder McGee, but the power of the Holy Spirit was emanate right from the devotional time and when time for the speaker, no sermon was necessary for the Holy Spirit had al- ready began to minister, so Elder McGee began to harken" to us "Reach Out" God was healing, deliver- ing and restoring. If any- one left there without their needs being met, it was not God's fault. "Be encouraged" GOd loves you and I love you too. Lorraine Richardson Get Winter Mont Install Storm In Your Wi Home Wedding plans are an- nounced by Miss Amanda Kay Kirkland of Douglas and Mr. Daniel Evan Fann Sr. of Homerville. Miss Kirkland is the daughter of Ms. Grace Kirkland of Nashville and the late Jack H. Kirkland of Willa- coochee. Mr. Fann is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Green of Homerville and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Farm Sr. of Jacksonville, Fla. The bride-elect graduat- ed from Coffee High and attended South Georgia College. She is employed at Aden's Minit Market. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Betty Highsmith and the late Luther D. High- smith of Douglas and the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kirkland of Willacoochee. The groom-elect is a graduate of Clinch County High School. He is pre- sently employed at Wal- Mart Distribution Center, Douglas. He is the grand- son of Mrs. Irene Chris- topher and the late R. E. Christopher of Homerville the late Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Fann of Blackshear and the late Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Green of Homerville. The wedding will be an event of Friday, November 30 at 7:30 p.m. at the Trust Bank Lodge in Doug- las. No invitations will be issued. All friends and rela- tives are invited. Consumer Qs Prepared by the Geor- gia Department of Agricul- ture, Consumer Services office Tommy Irvin, Commissioner.' Q: Do you have any suggestions to help me cut homemade bread into equal slices? I would also like to know how to make the crust harder. A: When you take the bread out of the pan to cool, place it on a wire rack so the wires run cross- ~Q: I've started my holi- day baking. One choco- late candy recipe calls for adding paraffin wax, but the paraffin box doesn't indicate that the wax is for human consumption. What do you say? J.K., Water- Operation Desert Shield By Allen Brown In a wide and open desert In a completely foreign land Under the hot, blistering sun and on top of scorching sand Stands the armies of our countries Protecting our beautiful land. So each night you go to bed Be sure to say a prayer, For all the men and women, Who are stationed over there. The Army, Navy, Air Force Marines, They' ve been there forever Or so it does seem. So keep this in your heart And don' t let your mind roam. Say that extra prayer And let's get our boys home. (adv.) (lt) family, such as paprika and chili powder, last one year or up to two years, if refrigerated. Q: We are baking fruit- cakes for gifts. Do you have ways. They will leave im- pressions on the bottom of the bread, wh]~]~"~ can be used as guidelines for cutting. The type of pan used will affect the crust. Glass, darkened tin and dull aluminum will produce a thick crust, but keep in mind that glass {and enamel) pans require a lower cooking temperature than other types. If you set a pan of warm water in the bottom of the oven during baking, this will harden the crust. Another way to harden it is by brushing it with salt water when the bread is partially baked. Mix one teaspoon of salt to one-half cup of water. Q: Which bird contains more fat, a duck or a goose? How long can ! keep them in my freezer? A: A goose has a higher fat content than a duck and both contain more fat than a chicken or turkey. A whole, uncooked duck or goose may be kept frozen for up to six months and a whole, uncooked chicken or Cold ioo, IA any special suggestions A: We don't recom- about using the 6 x 4-inch mend using paraffin for ~Ioit baking pans? M.M.J. candy. The wax is a petro- Flemington, NJ. leum product and should A: It's best to use two not be consumed. Your present recipe probably will work fine without adding the paraffin. Q: How long will spices keep at room temperature? H.K., St. Paul, MN. A: It depends on the spice. Herbs and ground spices have a shelf life of up to two years. Whole spices retain their flavor five years or longer. Mem- bers of the red pepper foil pans together for bak- ing cakes evenly. A single pan will cause cake to over- bake. You can remove the second pan for gift-giving and reuse it. Do have a cooking turkey may be frozen for a year. Home economists with the Georgia Extension Service recommend that frozen poultry be cooked within two days of thawing. Q: Does white choco- late contain real choco- late? Someone told me that it doesn ' t. A: White chocolate is a blend of whole milk and sugar that is cooked until it is condensed to a solid state. Cocoa butter is added sometimes to produce a chocolate taste, and some products use artificial fla- voring. Q: I removed some ap- pliques from my bathtub recently, but could not get all the adhesive off. Do you have any suggestions for removing it? A: According to exports with the Georgia Extension Service, a cloth saturated with kerosene laid over the adhesive should dissolve it so it can be removed. Full strength liquid clean- er will work almost as well as kerosene. Mayonnaise can also be used to remove DIAMOND $48.00 and up {Custom Sizes...Or Made To Order) Add Home Security....Cuts Outside Noise Complete Glass Service Residential- Commercial -- FREE ESTIMATES --- Call 487-2266 Billy or Ann Holtzclaw 307 Forest Ave. Homerville, Ga. the glue, although it will not penetrate through the plastic layers if the appli- ques are still on the tub's surface. Be sure to wash the tub thoroughly after the adhesive has been removed Remember that kerosene is a flammable liquid and should be used with cau- tion. ***S If yOU have questions or problems with products or services regulated by the Georgia Department of Agriculture, you may write Consumer Services at Room 300, Agriculture Building, Capitol Square, Atlanta, Georgia 30334, or call toll-free 1-800-282- 5852 or in metro Atlanta, 656-3645. PEARL RINGS $78.00 MEN ' S RINGS $80.00 LE'ITER OF THANKS We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who expressed your concern for our family dur- ing the past few weeks through Louis' illness and Ed' s surgery. Times like these make us realize just how precious our friends are to us. We appreciate your phone calls, your cards, your visits the beautiful flowers and cheerful balloons you sent, the gifts, and most of all we appreciate your pray- ers. Your friendship comforts and sustains us in the bad times, and it cheers and en- courages us in the good times. We are truly bles- sed to have such special friends as all of you have been to us. Thanks for being there when we needed you. God bless each of you. Love, The Levitons Louis, Rosemary, Shannon & Ed (adv. } { 1 tx) question? Write Dear Betty Crocker, Box 1113, Dept. Betty, Minneapolis, MN 55440. TIP OF THE WEEK Carving poultry into at- tractive servings requires a well-sharpened knife and a stable cutting surface, pre- ferably a wooden board. An important aid to produc- ing whole, smooth slices is to allow the cooked bird to rest at room temperature for approximately 20 min- utes before carving. TODA Y! 14K GOLD PEARL EARRINGS Reg. $19.95 SALE I Ms. Mae Johnson of Route I. Valdosta, formerly of Homerville is very happy. Mrs. Johnson's dau- ghter, left to right Ann J. Hendrix, Carol Hendrix Burell. John Gregory Bureli and Ashley Nicole Burell in great-great grandmother's lap. 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