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HOGANSVIIJ_J HOME NEWS - JANUARY 20, 2000 - PAGE 3 Mountville -ountville United t- tP dist Women met ne la .. wton try xo in the home of Mrs. J " 1 Thrash to make plans ae New Year 2000, the ie millennium. tip 00rst Baptist Socie olarshJ[ By Patti the stuL_ zadem]_ - unity .acon of the Week: Johnny iorityi :ican 0y for the sick and shut- Lip rec President Thrash wel- comed members of the women's society and present- ed the devotion she opened the meeting with two poems: "The Way I Start A Happy New Happenings Phillips scripture in the morning wor- ship service. This began on January 9: Sarah Palmer and mewa [isren Ippy belated birthday :adem !s to Mariea Campbell, worth ry 4. ' year..r Christian sympathy is tardw fled to the families of 212 or i Cagle, Earl Harmers, r., .2 for al Pike and Joe Bonner recent deaths. v. Harold Willis is contin- ] n t] s series of sermons, "The "'j'to Happiness," on the N[t n on the Mount. They a;; morning worship at r the ISunday morning, he adn9 I,ed from Matthew 5:3-12 ruling d "Obtaining God's endation." The sermon Mey ni,ght was "Thine is the Dort lore from Mark 1:14-15 - '" le adult choir special --'ty mor, ning was "This Joy ," accom- l_ panied by Lynn pbell at the piano. Pr are continuing our , Bible Study on esday nights, Life for the e Now on I and II of our youth is reading on January 16: Alyson Lee. Baptist Men's Day is January 23 and our church hosts the Fifth Sunday night song service January 30 at 7 p.m., with refreshments served immediately following in the church's fellowship hall. These song services are sponsored by the Hogansville Ministerial Association and are communi- ty-wide. Congratulations to Alyson Lee, a 10th grade student at Callaway High School and her brother, Stuart Lee, who is in the 7th grade at Callaway Middle School, for both mak- ing all A's. Their parents are Joe and Sondra Lee. We had baptism Sunday night. If you don't have a church home, we invite you to come worship with us. Our location is: 500 East Main Street, Hogansville. Rev. Harold Willis is our pastor. As always, we were happy to have visitors with us and" members that had been absent. By Jane here are different kinds ts, but the same spirit. -:-- .... g are different kinds of 1 members using their gifts and working with other members to build up the church. You are invited to learn more about spiritual gifts God has given to all believers and believ- ers' responsibility to use them in our lesson on January 23, enti- tled "Spiritual Gifts yo Use". This week's opportunities to discover and use your spiritual gifts at Highland Baptist Church, located at 407 Askew Avenu 9 in Hogansville, include Sunday School classes for all ages at 10 a.m., Sunday Worship service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., and Happy 60's covered dish ng, but the same God all of them in all men. : o each one the manifesta- ;iiii :::  theSpirit is given for the : O :.ri n good.: I Corinthians NIV ve you discovered your ::iual gifts? Are you using ]for service to God? What "' responsibility concern- ewardshiD of our spiritu- .,o -'ts? As we continue our "  Managing God's Assets, rn it is our responsibili- tdiscover these gifts and to use them for the glory supper and fellowship on jd. The purpose of these Thursday, January 20 at 6:30 r6Jis service. We need to p.m. Make your prayer requests stand they are given to all 706-637-4217. DY'S BRAND UNIFORMS Hamilton Rd.   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UMW members partici- pating in the program includ- ed Clara Andrews, Angela Chambers, Wanda Costley, Gayla Jones, Lillie Mac Mills, Jean Mote, Willette Phillips, Leslie Pike, and Helen Thrash. The President thanked the retiring officers, Clara Andrews and Wanda Costley, for their services during the past three years. She also recognized new officers for 2000: President Helen Thrash; Vice President and Program Chairman Leslie Pike; Secretary Mac Towns; Treasurer Gayla Jones; Coordinators of Local Church Activities: Jean Mote and Alma Wood; Secretary of Program Resources Willette Phillips; Nominating Committee: Mrs. Thrash, Kay Humphries and Gayla Jones; Telephone Committee Leslie Pike and Mrs. Thrash. Report of treasurer was given by Gayla Jones; and minutes of the previous meet- ing were distributed. President Thrash shared with the group the Purpose of United Methodist Women. She read a "thank you" note from Mac Towns who is recu- perating following recent sur- gery. The consensus of the group was that a public "thank you" should be extended to Clara and George Andrews for all their contributions and work in the Mountville United Methodist Church - including janitorial services. A suggestion was made that the UMW do a series of programs on women in the Bible. Willette Phillips will check on program materials and study guides. The group reviewed things accomplished by the UMW last year and made plans for the New Year 2000. They will continue to provide a "Lifeline" service for a sen- ior citizen in Troup County. The UMW will also continue with their mission projects. Mountville UMW will con- tinue to donate food for the Interfaith Food Closet. During the month of March teams of Faith is the power that prompts us to go and give to the hungering, bread Yes Faith means more than a doctrine or two, For Faith without works is dead. UMW members will work as volunteers at the Food Closet. UMW members will pres- ent monthly programs and serve as hostesses during 2000. Program Chairman Pike will prepare lists of these vol- unteers for distribution to all members. Appreciation was expressed to UMW members; youth groups; assistants; and the Rev. Dane Wagner, pastor of the Mountville, Big Springs and Odessadale United Get well wishes go out to " Mrs. Sharion Hardaway and Ms. LaVeda Travis of Grantville. Both underwent surgery last week. Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Katie Mayner of Luthersville in her death May you rest in peace. Congratulations to Travis Lamar Hardaway, son of Mr. and Mrs. James (Mary) Hines of Grantville, who enlisted in the United States Navy. He left Friday, December 28, 1999 for Great Lakes, Illinois where he will be doing basic training. Ms. Lucille Tucker of Grantville is. resting in Beaulieu Convalescent Home in Newnan. Please remember the sick and convalescing in your prayers: Mrs. Linda Dean, Mrs. Lucille Colton, Mr. Johnny Dean, Mr. Roscoe. Blaloek, Ms. Carolyn Dean, Mrs. Mary Hall Griggs, Mr. Willie Dean, Jr., Mrs. Carrie Bell Harden, Mr. Walter Scott Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel (Julia) Harris, Mrs. Willie Mac Kidd, Mrs. Florence Malone, Mr. Robert Marshall, Ms. Brenda Patrick, Mrs. Roberta Robinson, Mrs. Grace Snellings, Mrs. Irene Rosser, Rev. R.W. Sutton, Mr. Oliver Thompson, Mrs. Tilda M Thornton, Mrs. Bessie Glanton, Mr Zachary Woodard, Sr., and Mrs. Annie Young. Happy birthday wishes to out to the following people: Mr. Obediah Anderson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Tommy (Deborah) Blalock, Anthony Blount, grandson of Mrs. Lucille Colton, Alicia M. Colton, Mr. Carl Cousins, Mr. Mitchell Cousins, Mrs. Jeanette Evans, Mrs. Maybelle Foster, Ms. Chafanie Dean, daughter of Ms. JoAnn Dean, Mrs. Greta Gates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard (Jeanette) Bowles, Mr. Cedric Glanton, Mrs. O'berian Geter, Ms. Felicia Griggs, Mr. Roger E. Hardaway, Vince Lamar Harris, Demus Colton, Ms. Opal Gray, Mr. James Hines, in memory of Mr. O.A.W. Colton, Mr. Samuel Hines, Carl Elliott Johnson, Mrs. Alice L. Malcolm, Mr. John Henry Portress, Mrs. Brenda Pritchett, Shemonica Rosser, Ms. Elizabeth Ringe, Andre Rosser, son of Ms. Kathy Rosser, Mandrail Sewell, son MOTORMAX OF LAGRANGE Methodist Churches. They worked to make the Christmas program and all events dur- ing the Advent Season mean- ingful and beautiful. The President closed the meeting with the poem, "The Difference," and served refreshments. The next UMW meeting will be held Monday, February 14, 7:00 p.m., at the home of Calvin and Leslie Pike with Wanda Costley serving as pro- gram chairman. of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie (Delores) Sewell, Mrs. Mary Louise Sewell, Derron Thompson, Mr. Walter Rosser, Jr., in memory of Mrs. Pearl Russell, Mr. George Tenney, Ms. Mattie Ruth Thompson Williams, Cory Strozier, Mr. Tyrone Strozier, Za Kiyyah Strozier, in memory of Mr. John Sewell, TaCoruix Java Hines, son of Mr. and Mrs. James (Mary) Hines, and Quinton Thompson. The White Plains United Methodist Church in St. Marks invites everyone to their Children & Youth Day on Sunday, January 30 at 11 a.m. with guest preacher, Rev. Emmitt Clark of Grantville. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasley, asso- ciate pastor. The House of High Time Church, 759 Todd Rd., Greenville will sponsor a trip to the world's largest flea mar- ket in Anderson, South Carolina on Saturday, February 19. The charge will be $20.00 per person. 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