Newspaper Archive of
The Hogansville Herald
Manchester, Georgia
January 30, 2003     The Hogansville Herald
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 30, 2003

Newspaper Archive of The Hogansville Herald produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 2003 i Tri-City Council Telephone Pioneers Build 'Freedom Ramp' Tri City Council of Georgia Bell South Telephone Pioneers recently gathered at the home of Mrs. Pauline Wallace north of Hogansville to build her a freedom ramp. Club members are made up of active and retired employees of Bell South Telephone Company and their Partners: They donate their time, labor and know how to build these ramps for people who meet the need. In the photos above are the workers of the day, Lewis Shelton and Terrell Jones of LaGrange, Calvin Murphy of Luthersville, Charlie Mallory of Grantville, Walter Jones of Newnan and Bill Brown of Hogansville. Not shown is Fred Berry of Newnan and the lady Partners LaVerne Mallory, Imogene Mtirphy, Marvis Jones, Nancy Berry and Joycie Brown who furnished lunch. Carl Smith and Sons Building Supply of Turin donated most of the lumber. In the second photo is Mrs. Wallace trying out her new freedom ramp with Pioneer Joycie Brown helping her as the workers look on with pleasure. The City Telephone Pioneer Council is made up of retired and active employees of Bell South in Carroll, Troup, Coweta and northern Meriwether County. NOBLE TASK - Workers pause to inspect the freedom ramp scene. LIFE SAVER- Mrs. Wallace tries out her new freedom ramp. Mountville Women By KATHY ROGERS Mountville United Methodist Women met January 13 at Mountville United Methodist Church. Members present included Clara Andrews, Angela Chambers, Joan Fincher, Kay Humphries, Lisa Mitchell, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome, Leslie Pike, Kathy Rogers, Helen Thrash, Mae Towns and Alma Wood, all of Mountville, and Marty Wagner of Moreland. President Joan Fincher opened the meeting with a prayer. PreMdent Fincher presided over the planning session. In addition to elect- ed officers, members volun- teered to serve on commit- tees for 2003. The local offi- cers and committee mem- bers include: President: Joan Fincher; Secretary: Kathy Rogers; Treasurer: Gayla Jones; Membership Nurture & Outreach: Clara Andrews; Coordinators of Local Church Activities: Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome and Angela Chambers; Newcomers Outreach Committee: Leslie Pike and Susan Whitlock; Secretary of Program Resources: Angela Chambers; Telephone Committee: Mae Towns and Flo Owens; Coordinator of Corn munications and Publicity: Kathy Rogers; Altar Guild: Nancy Newsome; Committee on Nominations: Kay Humphries and Alma Wood. Projects for the upcom- ing year were discussed and planned. The Mountville UMW will continue to spon- sor a Lifeline for a local sen- ior citizen, as well as make contributions to the Food Closet and the Murphy Harpst Children's Home. The UMW will continue to at Easter, ing Christmas. Also, the Christmas season UMW will adopt a family and provide gift c ---'-- tificates for food and clo ing, make gifts for those I personal care homes a nursing homes, and hos!i "Family Night" after tim annual Christmas Progra As a special project li 2003, the Mountville UlV ! will supply and erect perti- nent cedar crosses to be loa ed in the Mountvi Cemetery. President Fincl adjourned the meeting. Announcement was m that the next meeting will held at the Mountville Methodist Church February 10. Joan will serve as program man and hostess. ServiceTimes Announced for New Beg" New Beginnings Full church services at 11:30 and evening services. Gospel Ckurch, 2600 Wednesday Bible study at 7 Highway 54, Harrisonville, p.m. The pastor is has Sunday School at 10:30, There are no Sundhy Allare welcome. Deacon of the Week: Ken Hines. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Lucile Wilson, Ella Pittman, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Elizabeth Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, Wendy Irvin, Frank Fuller, Grace Brown, Mildred McWhorter, Lou Palmer, Wayne Cummings, Margie Shellnut, Jack Rowe, Pauline Powers, Charles Maxwell and Lewis Phillips. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of Lamar Lancaster (Estelle Neighbors' grandson) and Evelyn Hines Tollerson (Ken Hines' aunt) at their recent deaths. The Young Adult Banquet was held at our church January 25. Worship With The Word: Huell Stephens reading Psalm 8 on January 26. Sunday, January 26 was Baptist Men's Day: The day began with a breakfast pre- pared for the men by Sunday School Director, Huell Stephens and Men's Ministry Director, Joe Travis. During the morning worship, testi- monies were given by Marcus Fowler, Jim Campbell, Bill Brown, Bob Irvin and Joe Travis. We sang Happy Birthday to Lynn Campbell on her birthday January 26 in the morning worship. The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was "I Want to See You." Happy birthday in February 4o Cathy Keith and Liz Parks on the 1st, Jimmie Weems on the 4th, Estelle Neighbors on the 8th, Kathy .:.. .. Yarbrough on the 10th, Stuart Lee on the llth, Wilson St. Clair, Mary Waldrop and Joan Williams on the 13th, Bill Brown on the 14th, Joseph Keith on the 15th, Letha Stroud on the 17th, Etta Bennett and Devlin Spradlin on the 18th, Ella Pittman on the 20th, Bill Davis and Aaron Harris on the 23rd, Sharon Cantrell on the 26th and Mary Kathryn Gillespie on the 29th. Happy wedding anniver- sary in February to Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Webb on the 4th, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Waldrep on the 22nd, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Campbell on the 24th and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Campbell on the 27th. If you don't have a church home, we invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist, located at 500 East Main Street. There are two days about which nobody should ever worry and these are yester- day and tomorrow. Our belated sympathy does out to the family of Ms. Janie May Reeves of Hogansville in her death. She is just away! Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Ellen Ruth Simmons in her death. She was the sister of Mrs. Agnes Colton and Mr. R.B. Cousin. Wishing you peace and comfort. Let us continue to pray for our sick and shut-ins: Rev. Clarence Ellison, Mrs. Blanche Ector, Mrs. Dorothy T. Clements, Mrs. Bessie Glanton, Mrs. Alice Pearl Hinton, Mrs. Vivian Breed and Mrs. Bessie E. Rossen Birthday greeting go out to: Quantavius Meshawn Addle, son of Ms. Barbara Addle, Mr. Donald Daniel, in memory of Ms. Annette Bohannon, Ms. Janette H. Gillam, Ms. Keisha Godfrey, niece of Ms. I_aura H. Woods, Ms. Vinnie Beatrice Grady, Mr. MacArthur Hamilton, Mr. Bobby Hardy, Amanda and April Heard, grand- daughters of Mrs. Mandy Heard, Ms. Linda C. Hines, Ms. Stephanie Bray, Mrs. Arenita Godfrey, Mr. Allen Jackson, Mr. Scotty Owens, Mr. Euell Parks, Mr. Kendrick Parks, Mr. Claudell Phillips, Mr. Johnny Pinson, Mr. Anderson Portress, Mr. Scotty Render, Mr. Barry Rutledge, Mr. Wylie Sewell, Mrs. Josephine Tenney, Mr. Billy Ward, Mrs. Robinette Stepp, in memory of Mr. Harrison Ward, Jr., Mr. Gene L. Freeman, Jermery Houston, son of Mrs. Margaret Houston and Chaka Wheelous, daughter of Ms. Melissa Wheelous. The Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks Community, invites you to attend its annual Family and Friends Day services on Sunday, February 9 at 11:30 a.m. Come and share in this service with us. Rev.Lucy Stanley, asst. Pastor. Seed for Thought: If you want to see a shorter winter, borrow money that's due in the spring. Innerspring FIRM Twin Set.....$79 Fu, Set ....... $99 Queen Set..$139 ('Cash Only) Twin .,...$199 Fu, Set ....... $279 Queen Set..$299 King Set ...... $499 SOLID WOOD HEADBOARDS STARTING at $59.00 Luxun/Firm Twin Set...,,$99 Full Set ....... $149 Queen Set..$189 ............................. Odds & Ends Sale See .Store For Details ............................. Mattress world :-nu,=- -0-. -=-.,--,o,-,-.II : with any full, queen, :11 n or King Serta Perfect '11 [ Sleeper S_F-X :II I Not Valid With Any Other Offer I II , ....... _x,.,:.:.._o_,_o ...... 'li NEED A RIDE?? BRING YOUR We Have A Lay--Way Plan CHOOSE YOUR CAR WHILE SELECTION IS GOOD WE FINANCE- YOU RIDE Price Quality Financing AUTO LAND, INC. 527 New Franklin Rd., LaGrange, GA B Buys How About KUBOTA B7500DY 4 Wheel Drive Tractor Complete With 4' 4.49% Kubota Financing, with approved credit for 60 months after 10% down payment. $ 2 5 0 0 Pre- S r i n s c u p g o n t | OTA L3000 DT ..... 32 Horse Power* 4 Wheel Driv6 h L3000 96.^,. 1111 re.o: a vv' therl A MonttLorde ] Low As ....... [Old, , rflllr pay manufactures suggested retad for=ount  new tractor. This unit is available at t plai, under the MSRP of $14,195 . With 10% down pa ment and approved credit, rr ;ng of 4.49%, your payment i!::, !! ,19 for 0 months. ........ ,...... iiiii!ii ili;il;i!i!iiiiii! ;iiiiiiiii i i!ii!ii!i; These are just two of the many special deals we have  0fret during this pre.sp - - tral sale, Let us package to suit your need. L0Wye  K0ta finance rates can ..... today! or W Hall Farm tor, IAnc. 7610 Hwy. 85 Waverly Hall, 706-58 2- 3 1 9 4 Sales Tax