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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - JANUARY 13, 2000 - PAGE 3 um.i ;S r fam anal ad egin and thi now a! WII Birthdays and Anniversaries at themary 13 Lg beWY Ann McLendon Iay 3 )ad Mrs. V. R. Stephens nstru0P E. Harris Jr. tch tre , or theluary 14 ! char yard Laster ceiveWY Sue Keith oundg tion, .uary lS ,  ,nes p. Williamson "tT::ri Bennett itthew Owens mber. u" 16 recei,hl - _v ask Hatcher t0co veL-^k , FLOi January 17 Ann Vinyard Renee Wessinger Tammy Cleveland Debra Aldridge January 18 Jamie Dorrough Jonas Sanchez Mack Renyolds Jr. January 19 Dorothy Caldwell Garrett Michael Davis Paul Ao McWhorter Daniel Herndon onal ii,:00,00Granttl.le - Lone Oak hal St Marks Y !say to you today, my fries, that in spite of the dif- abrqes and frustrations of the Booker, in memory of Mr. John :hapt0nt, I still have a dream. ,-n the dream deeply rooted in 'he clerican dream. By: Dr. aniz Luther King, Jr. Jan. afAn9 - April 4, 1968 eed a're happy to report that child Elaine Hamilton, of f thetville, is home from the s. Anlal and doing fine. nge. ir belated sympathy goes is che family of Mr. Clifford alcol(t Lewis Thompson, of rs ia, formerly of St. Marks Ity ) death. May you rest in [ Miti., Ger re sorry to report that e Wa Lucille Tucker, of nvitville, is still a patient at i an. an Hospital ,ow.r. and Mrs. Charles rr, lYlrne),, , Freeman, of t 7( it, Michigan, have im a ed home after spending a--Weeks with his brothers zzy L. be 1 sters" L abo" T. Bernard and Mrs. ara Clayton, of Marshall, s, have returned home spending time with Ms. beth N. Johnson, of Utville. -appy birthday wishes go I lo the following people: $nda Addle, daughter of li Alice Murphy; Mr. /tey Blalock, Minister oln Anderson, Mr. ;o leth Bohannon, Mr. James "rard Brown, Ms. Lula "+-t'iton, Mr Bill Clements, )lti:l , BiolkIarie Collins, Ms. Mattie is. Demetrius Dean, ! thetdra Dean, william Daniel, collilrandson of Ms. Myrtice Daniel; Mrs. Rosa Ellis, in memory of Mrs. Wflhe Pearl Henry Ellis, Tony Hines, in memory of Mrs. Ethel Leigh, Mrs. Carol F. Matthews, Mrs. Mollie McCall, Mrs. Mary s. Miller, Allicia Reeves, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Freddie (Betty Jean) Reeves, Mr. David Dean, Mr. Johnny Vessell, Anithia Danielle Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel (Anita) Williams, Ms. Linda Worthans, in memory of Mr. Joe Rosser, Ms. Tawanna Rosser, in memory of Mr. Charles Worthans, Kordarrius Woods, grandson of Ms Laura H. Woods and Mr. Isiah Harris. A very special "Happy Birthday" wish goes out to Mrs. Christine Jones, of Cleveland, Ohio, and her twin sister, Mrs. Ernestine Hunter, of Atlanta, remembered by their mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosser, of Grantville. We're sorry to report that Mrs. Kate Mayner, of Luthersville, is a patient at Newnan Hospital. Remember the sick and shut-ins: Mr. W.J. "Ted" Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. John (Alice Pearl) Hinton, Mr. Dewayne Beasley, Ms. Pauline Carter, Mrs. Dorothy t. Clements, Ms. Marvene Goolsby, Ms. Geraldine Hines, Mr. John Henry Portress, Mr. Sylvester Rosser, Jr. and Ms. Mary Strozier. Seed For Thoughts: You cannot show kindness too soon because you never know how soon it will be too late. Georgia Tech Fall :e000000harter Honor Roll iS. ! eis est Georgia Tech is :are ea to announce the ,ristdent's List and Honor Roll havi all Quarter, 1999. ' ,t StUdent must achieve high lemic standards, to be ace led to the President s List by r bg a minimum of 12 credit . is and achieving a 4.0 grade 00"00oro,o,or t,o 00.aT00rm eer hese students f .'ris nsville are Felecia R. DedOn, Child Development y rOC. II; Elizabeth L. Beck, ecgement and Supervisory Development; Shelia Y. Martin, Practical Nursing. The Honor Roll consist of students who have taken a min- imum of 12 credit hours and achieved a 3.50-3.99 grade point average. These students from Hogansville include: Stacey W. Bleich, Automotive Technology; Kimberly R. McWhorter, Busiriess and Office Technology; Ellen C. Dunlap, Child Development; Chelsea Wilkerson, Cosmetology. ngr, rYU} Sister. Ann - Tarot Card Reader fight ad /oZ -  ere (706) 846-9016 .... - --, g 504 west M,ZH street, Manchdster, Ga. i;  ho ;an d Palm Reading larot ard Reading )ngt Crystal Reading ea .. " Chart Reading r-ai Ly you have family troubles? Does happiness and fllbi'u fortune seem to always leave you or someone you teVe behind 9 Are ou . Y worried or confused over prob- ms of love, marriage, business, luck or happiness? You or someone you know NEED HELP or AD- on any matter? Past, Present, or Future!! LIF YLES Author of "The Culture Of Disbelief" to Speak At LaGrange i00ollege on MLK Day Dr. Stephen Carter, nation- ally acclaimed author of "The Culture of Disbelief," "Integrity" and "Civility: Manners, Morals, and the Etiquette of Democracy," will speak at LaGrange College's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration on Monday, January 17, at Callaway Auditorium. Tickets to the luncheon are $6 and may be reserved by call- ing Rev. Quincy Brown, chap- lain, at 706-812-7297. Dr. Carter will speak from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. on issues of integrity and civility in the context of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and as these issues relate to LaGrange College's newly established Honor Code. "We are indeed fortunate to have someone of Dr. Carter's caliber to speak as part of our Arthur H. Thompson Lecture Series, " President Stuart Gulley said. "Dr. Carter has helped to shape the national debate on issues ranging from the role of religion in our poli- tics to the role of integrity and civility in our daily lives." Dr. Carter, the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law at Yale University, is a pro- lific writer who has published six critically acclaimed books in the past seven years. In his latest book, "Civility: Manners, Morals and the Etiquette of Democracy," he argues that civility is disintegrating because people have forgotten the obligations they owe each other and are consumed by self- indulgence. The New York Times has referred to Dr. Carter as one of the nation's leading public intel- lectuals, and he was selected by Time Magazine as one of the 50 leaders of the next century. Dr. Carter also is the author of the critically acclaimed, "Reflections of an Affirmative Action Baby" and "The Confirmation Mess: Cleaning Up The Federal Appointments Process." In addition, he writes frequently for law reviews and publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Republic and The New Yorker, and is a frequent guest on such television shows as "Charlie Rose," "News Hour with Jim Lehrer" and "Face The Nation." With expertise in constitu- tional law, intellectual proper- ty and contracts, Dr. Carter was a law clerk of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. In addition, he was appointed by former President George Bush to the National Commission on Judicial Discipline and Removal. As part of its celebration on MLK Day, LaGrange College is also co sponsoring a concert with the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra on Sunday, Jan. 16 at 4 p.m. in Callaway Auditorium. Patricio Cobos will serve as guest conductor. Tickets are $12 for adults and $4 for students and may be reserved at the Hill Street House or Gallery on the Square or by calling the Symphony Office at 706-882- 0662. Assembly of God By Joyce Richardson "Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the man who trusts in Him." Psalm 34:8 No matter our circum- stances, God is good!!! 0 taste and see that God is good to all who seek His face; Yea, blest that one who trust in Him Confiding in His grace. (Psalter) Sunday morning, Bro. Hill's text was from. John 3:1-8. Sunday evening the text was from Romans 12:1 and 2nd Leviticus 8:23. Saturday evening our youth group, along with a few of our adults, enjoyed a fun day at the Hollywood Connection in Columbus. Lord Give Me Faith Lord, gwe me faith to live from day to day, With tranquil heart to do my simple part And with my hand in thine, just go Thy way. Lord give me faith to trust if not to know; With quiet mind in all things Thee to find And, child-like, go where thou wouldst have me go. Lord, give me faith to leave it all with Thee; The future is Thy gift, I would not lift. The veil thy love has hung twist it and me. (John Oxenham) Harrington Receives Computer Science Degree Jill Marie Dollar Harrington, of Hogansville, received a Bachelor of Science degree in computer Science at LaGrange College fall quarter. A four-year liberal arts col- lege affiliated with The United Methodist Church, LaGrange College offers 25 baccalaureate degrees and master's programs in business administration and education. It is the oldest inde- pendent institution of higher learning in Georgia and has an enrollment of about 1,000 stu- dents. HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED AUTO LOANS DUE TO YOUR PAST CREDIT HISTORY??? 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