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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDA/, JAN.15, 2004 Signups Coming Soon PAGE 3-A Classified Bargains, 5-7B Pre-Kindergarten and early kinder- registration for Troup County will be held Feb. 9-13. 8ignups will be held at the follow- Office of Student Assignment, Mooty Bridge Road; West Point and Hogansville r on Monday, Wednesday and from 8:30 - 3:30; Tuesday and 8:30 - 7. The Troup County Health cations on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 - 3:30; Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30 - 6. Documents required for Pre-K are: *Certified Birth Certificate; recent proof of address, like lease agreement, recent rent receipt, recent utility or tele- phone bill, tax bill, mortgage deed, or sales contract; and a copy of the child's social security card is requested. Documents required for Kindergarten are: *Birth certificate; immunization Form 3231; eye, ear, dental check form 3300, social security number request- ed, and recent proof of address. Applications will be accepted only if all required documents are provided. For additional information you may contact the Office of Student Assignment at 812-7920. benezer Presbyterian Install New Pastor Sunday afternoon, Jan. the Presbytery Atlanta will for- ,install Rev. Dr. Richard Gillespie as the new pas- The installation will be a of worship in the of the church, and a service of celebration, of this in the life of this Presbyterian 7, and was moved to its location on Main in Hogansville in the 1930s. All who are interested are invited to attend, ister and grew up in the states of Georgia, South Carolina, Florida and Tennessee. He attended Rhodes College in Memphis, completing his undergraduate study at the University of South Florida in Tampa. Dr. Gillispie is a graduate of Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur. After completing his second year of seminary training, he served two years as a mis- sionary for the Presbyterian church (USA) in Zaire (Congo), Africa, where he supervised the construction of a public health center. Returning from Africa, he completed his work of the M.Div. (Master of Divinity) degree. He was ordained a minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA) in November of 1980. He served five years as the pastor of the Florence Moore Memorial Presbyterian Church in ty in Spartanburg County, a town very similar in many ways to Hogansville. In 1986 he left that position to again attend Columbia Seminary to study pastoral care and coun- seling. In 1995, he received the Th.D (Doctor of Theology). He has served in ministry for the past seven- teen years as a pastoral coun- selor in Atlanta and Conyers. From May 1997 until April 2003 he served as Executive Director of Peachtree Counseling Center at Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Atlanta. He has four sons, Thomas, 21, a junior at Appalachian State; W'flliam, 18, a freshman at Furman University; Samuel, 18, a freshman at University of Georgia; and Joseph, 14, a freshman at Decatur High School. With joy, gratitude and anticipation, he has moved to Hogansville, following God's call, to take up his new and celebration the members of Presbyterian Wellford, SC. It is a small responsibilities as pastor of church in a textile communi- Ebenezer Presbyterian. in the fellowship hall following the service. Weaving Course Planned We urge all members to attend if possi- ble. i Dr. Gillespie was raised 's art a~at~iofaPresbyterian min- on sev~....._ ~e ,m_ ewt.,. f asket here ons- tl~ Fr~mkie Willoughby will be teaching a )mewo~aSs in basket weaving and the weaving of • 's"sn~ bottoms at the Hogansville Senior "includ~ater on Jan. 29 from 1-3 p.m. The cost of ~-mak~ class will be $15 and that includes the the ri~teria~.~Please call the Senior Center to ct ,~gister for the class at 706-637-6606. rs assL OC .eing -ff~ kgrs Have New Daughter Thomas and Evyn Crocker announce the two-yerth of their daughter, Landyn Price, on Jan. ~rn un~,She weighed 8 lbs, 11 oz and was 20 1/2 • .Yw~o~Gl~r~g~ents are Jean C~k~i.c~f with t~ansvme and Robyn Young o " " • since ~ She was welcomed home by her broth- nd-a hi~, Cole and Carson. wlnid ~tion i~ Critters Hold Meeting mmunff The Social Critters of Antioch Baptist held .~rybod~meeting Jan. 8 at the Dolly Building with .ve." ~members attending. Due to bad weather oincid~ sickness our attendance wasn't up to par. of the d' Donald Niece presided due to our presi- 3chool~lt, Joe Almand, being snow bound in the ave ~v Mountains. t: Savi~After a delicious covered dish meal the g, ansvirm~ enjoyed the devotional by Donald. • s prii~ The treasurer report was given by sec- tg for tf~try and treasurer, Jimmie RobinsorL ;d out ~' A fun t~ne was enjoyed by the group and ~oys a~ay received useful gifts. meeting will be Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. Special Express Lunch Menu Mon. thru Fri.. Extensive "To-Go" Menu - Jan. 15 /a~l~,auri Burkett ----.-~Mr. and Mrs. Mike 1#, ironers (A) lting d~Jan. 16 ;he sai~tNichoias K. Hatcher rpri_se~:Mr, and Mrs. Richard mage fireman (A) Ma.~Mr.~, and Mrs. Rob Robbins id he ~: r of t~/an. 17 t that t~ :Angela Fox assist t:Ann Wmyard ,ay po#Debra Aldridge they d Kellie Dingier 31 witl~Renee Wessinger . Greg Smith (M) .~ganm~t, nent O~/an. 18 [ant ba~Iamie Dorrough • Jo Ellen Ledford eganW~Jonas Sanchez t Texa~ Wlack Reynolds Jr. a tota~ Nicholas Barrett (M) ,~ build~;i Jan. 19 ght plaJ;Dorothy Caldwell offic~Garrett Micb-ael Davis texas.: Linda Prescott ano~l~aula A. Norton md pl~; x's ’$~am 20 ~cretel~Luerefia searles :o buil~lahel W'flliamson e plant .Tiffany Smith L Jan. 21 Frances Thornton Jason Rippy Jessica Prophitt HARWELL, BROWN & HARWELL, P.C. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 " 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter.7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. N Gary W. Brown and ride F0r $3,000 0ff With Phone Application 1505 blF ltg.v. la6range 706-884-2444 /dmimlmPIm.m 2004 is a GREAT year to become a HOME OWNER! America's Home Place and biscuit breakfast will be served at 9 a.m. We will hear reports and testimonies from some of our men during the 11 a.m. service that day. First Baptist Plans Programs Jan. 18 is Sanctity of Human Life sunday in southern Baptist churches. Sunday, Jan. 25 is Baptist Mens Day in southern Baptist. churches. On this day, the Mens Ministry of Hogansville First Baptist will be recognized in all SB churches. A churchwide sausage Appetizm ~~ New Pastor Welcomed Here Highland Baptist Church of Hogansville invites you to join us in welcoming our new pastor, Ron Daniel, and his wife Large, into our fellowship and community. Sunday morn- hag worship service is at 11 &m., and Sunday school classes for all ages begins at 9:45 a.m. Evenillg worship service is at 6 p.m. Join us for weekly prayer meeting and Bible study at 7 p.m. on Wednesday as we begin with our new pastor a study of the prophetic book of DanieL Jessica 6eymour Luanne Cranston Megan Cash qMay Jones Tanning Unique Gifts 1411 Hogansville Rd., LaGrange 706-882-2677 coconuttanning @ yahoo.corn Open Mon. - SaL 10 - 6 * Later By Appointment Personalized Pillows PocRt I~h We Have Discount Gifts and Lay-Away Plans • & . • La~na All dough & sauces are made FRESH in our kitchen! 706-655-2300 OPEN LATE EVERY DAY Monday. ~y * fl a.m. to 10 p.~ Friday & Saturday • 11 am, to 12 p.m. Sunday • 12 Noon to 10 p,m. • Great tervite Handicap Facilities Enjoy Oar Covered Deck Remember Me? You Can Call He J. You Can Call He Hr. J. You Can Call He JJ. Just Call Me! J.J. 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