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] HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 2002 PAGE 5-A Get-well wishes go out to Mrs. Betty T. Portress of [r.aatville, who underwent hip surgery last week. At this )bg,.she is resting in Beaulieu Convalescent Center in e jell--.-,,=, t Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. :ura Rosser Anderson of Plainfield, New Jersey, formerly teglect u,[ Lone Oak in her death. She was the daughter of the late . and Mrs. Robert "Bob' (Caroline Ellis) Rosser. Mrs. [nderson is survived by three sisters-in-law, Ms. Ellen Rosser [ Granwille, Mrs. Bessie Rosser of Lone Oak-Grantville lid Mrs. Evelyn Rosser of Atlanta. Rest in peace. Mrs. Linda Helen Hamilton of Grantville is a patient at gs Rehabilitation Center. Mr. Danny Rosser, Mr. Allen Strozier, Mr. Charlie Heard, : and friend worshipped at John Wesley United Methodist in Grantville last Sunday. After, they visited Ms. What a time! Happy anniversary wishes go out to Mr. and Mrs. Reagen Vanni) Ellison on their 6th on January 27; Mr. and. Johnny (Rosa Ann) Shy on their 23rd on January 29th. wish them many, many more! Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Ms. of Atlanta in her death. She graduated from :onsolidated School in 1966. Happy birthday wishes go out to the following people: Meshawn Addle, son of Ms. Barbara Addle, Mr. Daniel, in memory of Ms. Annette Bohannon, Ms. H. Gilliam, Dustin Deon Godfrey, son of Mr. and Joseph (Arenita) Godfrey, Ms. Keisha Godfrey, Mr. Ford, Mrs. Arenita Godfrey, Ms. Stephanie Bray, Mr. HammeR, Ms. Vinnie Beatrice Grady, Mr. MacArthur Mr. Bobby Hardy, Amanda and April Heard, grand- of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus (Mandy) Heard, Sr., Ms. C. Hines Mr. Allen Jackson, Scotty Owens, Euell M. Mr. Claudell Phillips, Mr. Johnny Mr. Barry Rutledge, Mr. Wyli e Sewell, Mrs. Josephine Mr. Billy Ward, Mr. Scotty Render, Mr. Gene L. Jeremery Houston, son of Mrs. Margaret Houston, in memory of Mr. Harrison Ward, Jr., Robinette Stepp and Chaka Wheelous, daughter of Ms. Wheelous. You are invited to attend the Family and Friends Day on February 10 at 11:30 a.m. at the Bethlehem Baptist St. Marks Community. Rev. Clifford Black will bring message. 61 Industdal Road. Hogansville (706) 637-6263 New Hours: M 7AM.6PM. Sat 7AM. 5PM Members of the Mountvllle Community Club met January to hear "The Dulcimer Troupers', present a program of Club President Frances Daniel welcomed musicians, rpeople aests and members including: "The Dulcimer Troupers" 'zktoc can and Nancy Larson of Hogansville (leaders); Pete and tppreciz m Rayfield, Don Eisenbarth, Ann Smith, and Lamar radsworth, all of LaGrange; Ted Sheppard of Glenn; Reba people fi hag and her granddaughter Brittney Bishop, both of .:;,, !.oum-ville; and other guests Mary Kish, LaGrange; and Gena never l 'g'lhkrt, Big Springs. N.ancy Larson gave a brief history of the organization, :h other a a the handmade dulcimer and psaltery. rhe early settlers ea the dulcimer a "mountain guitar" and the psaltery WdS ften we sed to make music in early Biblical times.) Mrs. Larson l ttod. UCed each member of the group, and explained all age tg that uclpants practice monthly at the LaGrange First United lethodit Church. st a wh(. H.ighlights of their concert included a variety of music bur eul?r.gmg from mountain ballads, blues, Irish tunes, gospel [nd church hymns, to Broadway show hits. A duet, Jan and , ete ',s act/o/et Rayfield, performed music he has composed, cN , ,, ta ally s Song. Don Emenbarth presented a solo, proud dian Waltz" and N,,ancy Larson u s,..,,a bowed psaltery Present "Danny Boy -and "Bali Ha i. Brittney Bishop ,u spent[" .eented a solo on the flute; an, d Lamar Wadsworth accom- amed the "Dulcimer 'oupers on guitar. Before dinner, Alison Wilson presented the devotion, and Rev. Dane Wagner, pastor of the Mountville and Big prayed the invocation. Hostesses included Nancy Newsome, Alison vrflson and Chambers, who placed an arrangement with New theme on the serving tables. President Daniel recognized all club members who have r birthdays. Ferrell Towns led the group in singing Birthday" to those honored. given by Jackie Jones, secretary; and Alison treasurer. Announcement was made the next meeting of the Community Club will be held February 18 at 7.)0 Ms. Bond Finishes I00ckland Training Air Force Airman Amber L. Bond has gradu- ated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mis- sion, organization, and cus- toms; performed drill and ceremony marches, and received physical training and special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through the community College of the Air Force. Bond is the daughter of Lydia Bond of LaGrange and is a 2001 graduate of LaGrange High School ;i! i-. ACHIEVEMENT - Amber L. Bond has graduated from basic military training. Maj Shipman Arrives at McDill AFB Air Force Maj. Arnetha R. Shipman has arrived for duty at MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida. Shipman, a financial plans and program branch chief, is assigned to the U.S. Special Operations Command. The major has served in the military for 14 years. She is the daughter of Arnetha C. Afford, and niece of Rosie Y. Civers, both of LaGrange. Her husband, Thomas, is the son of Thomas D. and Easter B. Shipman of Louisville, Alabama. In 1979, Shipman graduated from Troup High School and in 1987 graduated from Alabama State University, Montgomery. The major earned a master's degree in 1993 from Troy State University, Fort Meyer, Virginia. Antioch Family Revival Set Feb. 3-6 A family revival will be held February 3- 6 at Antioch Baptist Church in Hogansvil_le. The services wiU begin at 7:00 nightly and last all day on Sunday. Bro. Tommy Crider of Rocky Face will be the visiting minister. With the Biblical family facing its tough- est trials, come and learn how your home can survive this modern day attack. There will be a special emphasis each service. Baptist Men's Day Declared Success By Patti Phillips The Hogansville First Baptist Church held Baptist Men's Day Sunday, January 27. Preaching at the ll.'a.m. worship was Dr. Phil Pilgrim from Newnan, who is the new Ministry Resource Consultant, West Central Georgia Area of the Georgia Georgia Baptist Convention. Dr. Pilgrim relates to seven associations in a total of 14 cotuies. This is 304 churches with a membership exceeding over 116,000. He has pastored First Baptist Church in Fort Valley. A native of Atlanta (born July 25, 1956), he is a graduate of Thomson High School and Macon State College; Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Dr. Pilgrim and his wife, Sandra H. Pilgrim are par- ents of Joshua A. Pilgrim and April N. Pilgrim. He was con- verted, baptized, licensed and ordained in Sweetwater Baptist Church at Thomson. His hobbies are fishing, hunt- ing and golf. Baptist Convention, a posi- Brewton-Parker Junior As the guest speaker for tion he began on August 1, CoUege in Mount Vernon; and Baptist Men's Day, Dr. 2001. He is the link between both Master of Divinity and Pilgrim preached from Mark AssociationalMissionaryand Doctor of Ministry from 1: 16-20. I " ' ?;] Remember the sick d Shut-ins in prayer. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the family of Mrs. Nina Almon Harry at her recent death. Deacon of the Week: Bob Irvin. Special music Sunday morning was, 'rhe Midnight Cry," a solo rendered by Sondra Lee. We had Baptist Men's Day Sunday with Dr. Phil Pilgrim preaching in the morning. Rev. Harold Willis's Survey of the Bible Sunday night was "Song of Solomon." We were happy to have many visitors with us Sunday. Our WMU Focus Week guest speaker February 6 will be Miss Mildred McWhorter, who is a retired missionary with the North American Mission Board. She served for many years in Texas. Her work was with needy children. The family night covered dish supper begins at 6:30 p.m., and she will speak imme- diately afterwards. Worship With The Wor& Alyson Lee read- ing Psalm 8. Testimony: Wayne Yarbrough. Chatt-Flint Panel Meets The Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center Board Personnel/Finance Committee ," will meet Thursday, January 31, begin- ning at 5:30 p.m. at the Regional Development Center in Franklin. The agen- da will include discussion of the plans for the building expansion, sale of property for state project and short term disability coverage. Meetings are open to the public. Please call Kathy at 706-67S-6721, ext. 101 for more information. 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