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NEWELL--HOLLIS and Janice New- Abraham Baldwin College, What Is Home Health Care? CARD OF THANKS I, as a citizen offltkin- son County, would'like to Many of us can remem- ber the days when doctors Gladwin Harper made house calls, but how Homerville Church of God many are aware that many Minister of Youth health care professionals "Thanklessnessn continue with this prac- A little boy had gone tice. Home Care is ablewith his mother over to his to provide visits by regis- grandmother's house one tered nurses who teach and afternoon. Noticing the assist the family members child's amusement at a in giving care, give instruc- fresh basket of fruit which tions on medications, gives was displayed on the table, injections, change surgical the grandmother handed a dressings, provide cathe- luscious orangeto the ter care, as well as "hi young grandson. tech" procedures such as The child held the juicy intravenous therapy,citrus in his hands as he tube feedings, monitoring heard his mother ask him, take the time to express my appreciation to the many people that gave blood sugars and other "What do you say?" The blood tests the doctor pre- youth, not missing a beat, scribes handed the orange back to Also, certified nursing his grandmother and said, assistants will, under the "Peel it!" direct supervision of the In a moment when the R.N. assist the patient young lad should have with personal hygiene, given thanks, he offered exercises, laundry, shop- instead an unsatisfied res- ping and other pertinent ponse. duties as they develop th- It sort of reminds you of roughout the patient illness the Israelites, doesn't and convalescence it? Moses led them out of The one requirement is Egypt, God performed an order from the indivi- many miracles to insure dual's physician via tele- their safekeeping, and phone. The doctor needs yet they continued to grum- only to call the Home Heal- ble and complain. The Is- th Agency and give orders raelites wanted food and for a home health evalua- God answered their request~''"'" "U,O,,,'~ Chapel tion and assessment. This with bread for breakfast evaluation is at no cost to and quail meat for sup- Served the patient. All patients per In only a short time, CLINCH COUNTY their time and effort during the time of the brutal mur- der of our two citizens. This Q: When I roll my pea- horrible murder took place nut butter balls in cheep- at 9:30 a.m. on Main Street late with added paraffin of our little town. wax, the mixture remains I would especially like sticky. What do you re- to thank, Carlton Evans and commend? A.V., Green- his staff of Coffee County. ville, NH. Also, thank you, to the Ber- A: First, we don't re- rien County, Lanier Coun- commend using paraffin ty, Ware County, Clinch to firm your candy be- County Law Enforcement cause the wax isn't inten- and Clinch County dogs, ded for people to eat. The Georgia State Patrol, stickiness probably is Willacoochee Police Dept. caused by humidity in the and Pearson Police Dept. air. Making the recipe this Thanks to WDMG Radio, time of year in a northern John Higgs and Roy Jones, climate should pose no WeAK Radio, Lauren problem. But, in a humid Nobles, for the information climate, the stickiness is they aired to the many almost impossible to pre- citizens of Atkinson Coun- vent. ty. The EMT's and staff Q: Why does the crust at Coffee General Hospital pull away from the filling Emergency Room and Dr for pumpkin pie?E. G., Garrison. Let's not for-OklahomaCity, OK get Bozo Moulder for in A: The pie is overbaked his humble way to help a when the crust separates friend and died for him. We from the filling. Test the will forever begrateful, pie for doneness near the Norma Delk end of baking time by in- (adv.) (ltx) serting a sharp knife near the center When it comes out clean the pie is done. There is no need to wait for pie to brown or set fur- ther. Q: My granddaughter and I have decorated cook- who meet the criteria for they again were discon- g i compliance are eligible tented. They desired water Thanks vinE NOVEMBER 22, 1990 Page 3 ies together for the last In Loving Memory Eric J. Johnson Nov. 22, 1972 - Aug. 6, 1989 Love, Nellie, AI Ham Happy Birthday Eric J. Johnson Nov. 22, 1972 We love you greatly, miss you, memories kept warm in our hearts Love your Grandma of Tifton announce the and plans to further her for services and are 100 to drink, so the Lord open- nent of their dau- education at Dalton Col- percent covered by Medi- ed up a rock and supplied Lunch hownine yearS.to coiorPleaseeggtellyolkUS Grandpa J0sephine & Ler0y Janine to Shawn lege. She is employed by care, Medicaid or private that need. On and on these i son of Mr. and Mrs. J-Mart Jewelry Outlets. insurance, people were simply, "un- Mrs. Oru Dee Bolden successfully for painting ll Hollis of Ross-The groom-elect is a Imagine yourself chro- happy campers'. Reporter cookies before baking. Mrs. M.O.P. and C, Sea- 1986 graduate of Rossville nically ill, disabled and too Young person, Christ The Brown's Chapel ppoose, OR The bride-elect is theHigh School. He is a 1990 sick to care for yourself, desies to supply all your A.ME. Church Missionary A: Blend an egg yolk kdq aughter of Mr. andgraduate of Abraham Bald- Most people would picture needs according to His Society served the elderly with I/4 teaspoon of water. Evew part of the squirrel's field of vision is in pedect Preston Newell of win College with a degree themselves in the sterile riches in glory. Philippians and shut-ins a pre-Thanks- Divide this among several focus, not just straight ahead as with man. m and the late Ralphin turfgrass management, confines of a hospital or 4:6 tells us to not be an- giving dinner on Monday, custard cups. Add drops add one part red coloring ~=~===--~=--m~= H4 ~el Smith. She is the He is an employee of nursing home, but if home xious about anything, but November 19. of your favorite food col- and two parts blue. For tur- Country Miss Formals t granddaughter of the The Farm Golf Club of is where you would rather in everything, by prayer A delicious turkey ors to the egg yolk mix-quoise, mix one part green 4831 ValdostaHighway Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Dalton. be, then Home Health Care and petition, with thanks- dinner with all the trim- ture. You can make more coloring and three parts Waycross, Ga. h of Homerville and The wedding will be held may be the answer, giving, present your re- mings was served. One than just basic colors by blue. For gold, mix one part Rehials great niece of Bruceat 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 25 thru De- quest toGod, hundred people were combining food colors, red coloring and about 20 &Sales JoAnn Herrin of He- January 12, 1991 at thecember 1st is National Take the time this weekserved, thanks to the To make lavender "paint', parts yellow. Toddler-Teen Wayside Missionary Bap-Home Care Week and ABC and reflect on the blessings almighty God for giving us Do you have a cooking. I p.m.-7 p.m. Home Health Services that you already have. It the strength to cater such State of Georgia for the sav- wants you to be informedwon't be very difficult to a fine meal. ing and restoration of this about your rights and bene- think about all the casual Special thanks to all of old landmark. The Golden fits as a home care pa- graces that you receivethe Brown's Chapel family Agers will be in the depot tient. Call us at 487-5255 daily! Happy Thanksgiv-for their support. A job quilting. There will be rides for information about ing! ! ! well done. for the youngsters at Swine choosing the best home .......... ~. Time. All this and much : health agency to take care Whigham. its tongue is extremely of your health needs right On Saturday, an earlyput on by the FFA of Bain- more can be enjoyed at in your own home. Home morning breakfast cons|~t- bridge High School. TheSwine Time on Saturday, Care...it keeps families ing of homemade biscuits, contests of the day include November 24th in Climax, The Best Dressed Pig, Ga. sausage and coffee serve! ~.t0gethe~!! ~';":~ on th~ SwineTime glcod/~is ~' 44og, Calling, , Chitlin' For further information "* will start the day off right. Eating, Greasy ~ig:Chase, call 912-246-0910 or 912- Swine Time At 8:30 the 5K run will be Hog Imitation, Corn 246-6544. held with registration at Shucking, Balloon Blow- Festival the depot on the Swine ing and Baby Crawling. Time grounds. The parade Bluegrass music, clog- will be at 10:00 a.m. on ging and singing will be A~FOlel ! The 16th annual Swine old U.S. Hwy. 84 and will held on the platforms Time Festival, sponsored end on the Swine Time during the day. There will by the Climax communitygrounds. Several hundred be cane grinding, syrup club will be held in Climax, arts and crafts booths making, peanut boiling Shopping on Friday and Satur- will be open then, plusand soap making on the grounds. Be sure and visit day, November 23rd and many food booths with a 24th, 1990. C h r i st m a s Many of the arts and great variety of food includ- the Old Train Depot now ing chitterlings {chitlins) located on the Swine crafts booths will he inthat are prepared by the Time grounds and recently operation on Friday after- best chitlin'cooks in renovated. The City of 18 & 01d noon and will give people Georgia. Climax won theFirst Place e r a chance for some early There will be a Hog Show Innovative Award in the She is a 1989 graduate of tist Church of Tifton. County High School. All friends and rela- is a marketing major at tives are invited to attend. a, , - -- snake has no ears. However sound vibrations. Need You To Sell Only shopping. Friday night, an Call 1-244.6113 ~,m~, basketball game will be played in the school gym between Climax and Commun Grant Clinch County will hold a public briefing on November 28, 1990, 5:00 p.m. at the Comn ssioner's oheice Clinch County Courthouse for the purpose of dfscussLng an amendment of the County's Commurdty Development Grant. On Septem- ber 21, 1989 the County was awarded a grant of $200,000 to construct a commerc{al/{nd'ustrial facili-ty for Clinchco Manu- @ facturing Co. This proposed amendment fs to provfde a loan to Brocl way Standard, Inc. in lfeu of Clfnchco Manufactur Company. Items to be scussed includei I. The amount of .mds received and a description of each acti tyi 2. The amount of funds available for each activity and the amount of funds that will benefi-t low and moderate fn- come persons. 3. The plan, [f appl able, to the displacement of persons and the plan to assist the people who may be displaced. 4. FMr Housing laws, and the County's plan, ff app able to further fair housing. NOTICE OF JURY BOX REVISION The Jury. Commissioners of Clinch Coun- ty will be revising the Jury. Boxes in January. to serve both S'uperior Court and State Court of Clinch County in accor- dance with the provision of the cial Cede of Georgia Annotated 15-12-1 as amended. Any person 70 years or older may request the Jury. Commissioners to have his or her name removed from the upon mak g a written affi-davit request g exemption. The necessary. forms are available [n the office of the Clerl of S'uperior Court located the Cli[nch County Courthouse. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A REGISTERED VOTER TO SERVE ON THE JURY Any person 18 years of age or older, including new residents of Cli[nch County, whose name does not appear on the voter registration list and who would li[ke to be considered for iu . service, please notffy the Clerl of Superior Court. V. CCESE CLEJtKOF SU-PE OR COURT The ublic is invited to attend this meeting to become Ln- formed of the County' s grant activities. The bui-lding is handicapped accessible. However, [f any special requirements are needed, " contact Sherrie Peterson at 487-2667 before 12i00 noon on November 28, 1990. question? Write Dear Betty Crocker, Box 1113, Dept. Betty,Minneapolis, MN 55440. TIP OF THE WEEK To warm corn or flour tortillas, either micro- wave two stacked tortil- las for 20 to 30 seconds on medium power {50%) or heat them for one to two minutes at 400 degrees in a conventional oven. 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