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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2001 Page 3A bling td PICK UP YOUR COUPON FOR A FREE 8X10 PORTRAIT PHOTO :hese ealth KING AN APPEARANCE - The Christainairs will be singing at Rogers Bar-B-Que Restaurant in Hogansville on Saturday night inning a 6 p.m. in the Georgia Room. "Come enjoy the best catfish and barbecue in town and listen to some good gospel music," i a spokesman. i Grantville, Lone Oak-St. Marks I By Janie Ellis ! Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Ms. Pauline Carter of Grantville in her death. May you rest in peace. Happy anniversary wishes go out to Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Wenonah) Leigh, Sr., who are celebrating their 30th wedding  anniversary this week. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Hosiah (Rosetta) Thompson, Sr. on their 49th and Rev. and Mrs. Joe Geter on February 8. We wish them .... ....... many, many more! We're sorry to report that Ms. Ellen Rosser of Grantville is a patient at Newnan Hospital. Also, Mrs. Linda Helen , ' Hamilton of Grantville is a i t  patient at Emory Peachtree Regional Hospital in Newnan.  We wish them a speedy recov- ery  Please remember the sick  : and convalescing in your prayers: Mr. Roscoe Blalock, Mrs. Lucille Colton, Mr. Johnny Dean, Mr. Willie Dean, Sr., Ms. Annice Griggs, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis (Mary Hall) Griggs, Mrs. t Carrie Bell Harden, Mr. and -- Mrs. Nathaniel (Julia) Harris, Mr. Walter Scott Harris, Mr. James Hayes, Mr. Willie Mae Kidd, Mrs..orence Malone, Mr. Oliver Thompson, Mrs. Grace Snellings, Mr. George Washington and Mrs. Willie Mae Worthans. Birthday greetings go out to: i Quantavius Meshawn Addie, " By F aor, son of Ms. Barbara Addie, LESTONE. Mrs. Dorothy Jones was honored for her 70th birth- Tonshalia Sonmecia, daughter i by her children and grandchildren at a cookout Saturday, of Ms. Tonya Addie, Ms. ruarY 3 at the Doily Building Some 50 family and friends helped Virginia Addie, Jennifer Black, celebrate. " granddaughter of Rev. G.A. pivey CompleteS Basic Training Marine Corps Pfc. Corey J. pleted basic training at Marine pleted 12 weeks of training 'ey, son of Millie Spivey of Corps Recruit Depot, Parris designed to challenge new eeds 'an " , sville and Dewey Spivey Island, S.C. Marine recruits both physical- 'ayet teville, recently com- Spivey successfully corn- ly and mentally. ,orns, !] Fixst Baptist Happenings H u ,,, ;lekey Crawford and Chase of Albany and 1:3-6). r  weaver of Sylacauga, Alabama were Amanda Scarborough brought the Children's Pts of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford Sermon. ]lysis, mesaay, January 31. It was "Miss Mildred's" The Adult Choir special music Sunday morn- -ua: they were celebrating and Mickey ing was, "Wonderful Grace of Jesus." Madison Macy Foster were hetrlUnch for the oc.casion enjoying the day and presented with baptismal certificates by our pastor Sunday Deacon of the Week: Jim Campbell. morning. th all s yoti pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Louise Focus on WMU Week is February 12-18. Annie ;on, Press Miller, Mozelle Dial, C.E. Armstrong study book is March 7 at Highland en.son, Clyde Burks, Howard Willis, Wilson Baptist Church. The GBC WMU annual meeting hi ve rl Dotst. Clair, Elizabeth Morgan, Wayne is April 20-21 at Thomas,Alle. uors, Pauline Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Al If you would like to go, see Mavis Garrett to c bre mson, Evelyn Arnold, Freda Kelley, Ray make reservations. kford, Donny Faulkner, David Shearouse, February 15 is the deadline for ordering tick- :Y Brittain and Marcellite Broussard. And ets at $14 for the Atlanta Passion Play. The pas- rating the Way Crusade." tor will take a group either Friday night, March ,eneral WMU, Men's Ministry, etc. met 30 at 7:30 p.m. or Saturday afternoon, March 31 rUary 7 at the church, at 2 p.m. depending on ticket availability. Betty Carpenter Circle meets at the church We were happy to have many visitors with ruary 12. us Sunday. gV'e will have a Valentine's banquet at the Rick Yandle, a missionary will come speak rch February 14. Please bring a crocklt full to us Sunday night, February 11 at 7 p.m. on 'our favorite soup or chili, crackers, corn- AWANA. ad and desserts that night at 6:30 p.m. for a The Hogansville First United Methodist of food and fellowship. Church will be host of Lenten services again this Happy birthday February 24 to Sharon year every Wednesday at 12 noon with lunch and trell and happy wedding anniversary to Mr. a devotional message. They begin February 28 Mrs. Merlin Webb February 4. (Ash Wednesday) with our pastor, Rev. Willis as Worship with the Word: Alyson Lee (Romans the speaker. Black, Ms. Stephanie Bray, Ms. Alice Burston, Renee Cameron, in memory of Mrs. Ruby Clark, Ms. Robin Curry, Mr. Frank Dean, St., in memory of Mrs, Mary Hill Dean, Mr. Elmon Ford, Mr. David Hammett, Nicole Hutchinson, daughter of Ms. Elizabeth Ringer, Ms. Barbara Hussey, Mr. Barron Burston, Mr. Michael Dye, Mrs. Kathy J. Dennis, Mr. Terry Hines, Jr., Ms. Gail Johnson, Kindergarten Signup Slat, "IYoup County Schools' pre- kindergarten and first registra- tion for kindergarten will be held February 12-16 and February 20-23. For times, locations and nec- essary documentation, call 812- 7920, extension 232. HARWEtL, BROWN & ARr.ALL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 * 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org GaW. WiTH YOUR FAV00!E COUPLE-' | I John Columbus Jennings, Mr. Tim McGhee, Bryant Stoak 11 ShrlmP Alexander Philpot, in memory of Mr. Ralph Jones, in memory WEDNESDAY ON TEl= ?UFFET   II  of Mr. Rufus Jones, Mr. Melvin Pace, Mrs. Dorothy Price, in February 14     Dr ,J memory of Mr. Johnson Leigh, after 4:00 p.m. ;: ...... i Mr. Henry Portress, Elliot Mj .... edit 882-7555 Rosser, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,,,,r,t Marvin (Marietta) Rosser, Ms. Ola Mae Daniel, Mrs. Gabrielle Hines, in memory of Ms. Gertrude Glanton, Mrs. Tracy Parks, wife of Mr. Steve Parks, Mrs. Sarah T. Parks, Mr. Homer McKee, Mr. Kelvin Parks, Ms. Brenda Sewell, in memory of Mr. John Robert Sewell, Mrs. Robinette Stepp, Demarcus Melson, grandson of Ms. Martha Ann Overton and Mrs. Ruth Melson, Mrs. Juanita Pace Suttle, Mr. Randy Stevens, Mr. Vinfred Tucker, Ms. Gladys B. Varner, Ms. Deborah Hamilton, Mr. Reginald White, Mrs. Phyllis Renae Williams and in memory of Mrs. Ada Pearl Wilkerson. White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks invites everyone to their Black History Program on Feb. 18. ADVERTISING DIRECTORS Immediate openings in our area mar- keting department for motivated self- sufficient men and women. Income potential 60-80K/yr. Sales experience a plus, but not required. Will train the right person. Call Stephanie for more information At 770-252-1929 (EO.E.) 127 Main St. LaGrange, GA Attention Parents" }e ! your child herring troubl in 6hool? DOES YOUR CHILD NEED HELP WITH SPECIHC SUBJECTS? COE BY THE APPLECORE AND M WITH CONSULTANT KAY EL+AId TO LEARN WHAT YOU CAN DO TO GET YOUR CHILD ON TRACK. The Apple00ore Tel: 706-812-948 5 Planting the seeds of success f ) E/2AO/2 ! Saturday Feb. i 0, 2gOI 7:00 PM Pikle Hemodal Campground (Indoor Facility) 3990 Fayetteville Highway (92 N) Griffin, GA Talent: The Dove Brothers, Jeff & Shed Easter, Won By One Advance tickets $12.00, at the door $1S.00. Children ages I I & under TREE th an adult. DOORS OPEN AT 6:00 P.H. Advance kets available in GRIFFIN- Rainbow Christian Book Store, 649 N. Expressway, (770) 229-8617. LaGRANGE- The Christian Book Store. I LaFayette Square, (706) 882-6874. McDONOUGH- Gloria's 305 Jonesboro Road (770) 957-1722; Remember Me Christian Book Store, 215 Olde Towne Way, (678) 432-3430. STOCKBRIDGE- Beru Way Christian Book Score, 5455 Henry Bvd, (770) 38%1357. THOMASTON- Griefs House of Vadew, 1525 Highway 19N, (706) 648-3339. WARNER ROBINS-  Christian Book Score, 237 N. Davis Dr. (478) 923-2491. CENTERVILLE- The Olive Branch Book Stoe. I 15 Margie Dr. (478) 971.2677. MACON- Macon Christian Book Store. 2075 Bechlea Ave (478) 743-0500 and Crest Finance, 448 Second Sc (478) 745-9265. Order tickets online at: wwwJensonpromotion$.com To order advance tickets by mail, send check or money order made payable to: Benson Promotions, 448 Second St, Macon, GA 31201. For more information call (478) 745-9265 or 1.800-786-0329 or (478) 781-1318 (M-F 9 am - 6 pro).