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HOGANSVHJ. HOME NEWS - LET&apos;S PLAY CARDS - After the present opening and the food, Paul Prescott (L), a great-grandson, his fnend, Enc Duncan (C) and great-grandson Justin Hudson of Jasper County started a card game to pass the time until the cake was ready. Photos By Bryan Geter YOUNG - More than 60 fam- members attended Odessa "Granny" 88th birthday party last Saturday Anthony's Cafe located inside SBS Pictured above Skeet g with her daugh- .p.r (L) Mary Gladney, sister Alice it a 25 tammonds (Second from Right) and Lady C .aughter Rose Bone watching "Granny" -56, anaPPen her gifts. t.after titHE GREAT-GRAND- ud. Ev4pAUGHTER . Little rt It w turen McCormack of igin,e. S thens came to help ate }ranny Kent celebrate nidway[ .auren s parents are at foul hn Rnr ann , =d ICCorma-00"fof At' h';%; eak, 2(: ld her grandparents the half{ "e Frances andAgnes ',allawaY]. riessens of :he Lad Jansville. ; game. j,._. h 19 po le S e m iiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiii:!ii!i:!i;::i! BOY, THIS IS GOOD - Granny's son-in- law Jim Seymour (front), son Skeet Kent (C) and granddaughter Becky Bone fill their plates of good old fned chicken, ham and turkey and dressing along with delicious vegetables during the birthday party. We're sorry to report that , r[ 1' Charles "Pete" Baldwin T l'][Grantville is a patient at eWnan Hospital West. Also, [.,m' rs. Annette Culpepper of ..... tanchester is a patient at St. First 'antis Medical Center in Jerome Cousins, Mr. Jessie i, pating HUnabus. We wish them a Colton, Mrs. Sherry Dean, in Lee Lea eedy recovery! . memory of Mrs. Fannie Mac inches Happy anniversary wish- Dean, Mr. Walter Scott orkers go out to the following cou- Harris, Mr. Parnell Hill, Mr. e: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth James "Bro" Harris, Mrs. ruction Uzette) Jackson on their 6th Janie Pearl Hardaway, Mrs. ject. [F_ebruary 22. We wish them Linda C. Godfrey, Mr. Perk ets/j,x raany more! Hammett, Brittany Hill, We're happy to report that 'laughter of Mr. and Mrs. l;-Iardaway of  Williari arol,) Hill, Mrs. is home from the Carol Sue Hopson, Ms. Rewa doing fine. Jones, daughter of Ms. Helen Birthday greetings go out to: Ms. Johnnie Mae Clark, Mr Dwight Blalock, Dantra and Greg Elements, grand- sons of Mr. Willie Lee Clements, Sr., Mr. Demetrius C. Jones, in memory of Mr. Abram McCall, Mr. Jerry "JJ" Hamilton, Jr., Mr. Frederick Van Matthews, Kevin Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar (Sarah) Parks, Mrs. Nancy J. Elder, Mr. Terry Rhodes, Mr. Dexter Owens, Ms. LaQuinta Rosser, in mem- ory of Mrs. Peggy Rutledge, Prince Tenney, in memory of Mr. Joseph Trammell, in memory of Mr. Harold Ward, Ms. Sharon Woodard and Zachary Woodard III. Seed for Thought: There's nothing in life that love can- not change. .Deacon of the Week: Bob AT. 10 - 5 '-0208 Rd. GA Block on Left remember: Mr. and Mrs. Lucile Wilson, Ella Pittman, Mn Wayne Neighbors, Garner, Mr. and Frank Crawford, Mr. Frank Moore, Tom , Irvin, Frank Mildred Lou Palmer. Shellnut, Lillie Tina Kelly, Nita is extended to the family of Mrs. Zell Tarrance Craft at her recent death. She was the great-aunt of Mrs. Jane Bozeman. Chefs Huell Stephens and Joe Travis prepared a Valentine's breakfast at our church Sunday morning, February 16. We were happy to have many visitors with us Sunday morning. We had a baby dedication Sunday morning for Dakota Worship With The word: Joycie Brown reading I Corinthians 13: 1-7. The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was "Break Me, Lord." Rev. Harold Willis's morning message February 16 was a series from I Corinthians, "Spiritual Maturity." If you don have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist and Hoyt Bradford. Renee Fowler and Sade Rose Church, located at SO0 East andrehristian sympathy Hines. (Mark 10: 13-16) Main Street, akd $21p G. i;i:!::i::::::! :::,:i  iii:::: @ ...... [ .. !!::ii;i i:: :: ::!:::  .............................. z:: i;i, z..  ",l fined  ca-i-. " . her with us to enjoy her on tour. Mark also plays The purposes of the Bible ,, ,.,[_a.ing the Lord with gospel with the Gaithers and is the are to lead people to salva- tJ. lN.t wit'- " g and playing at a spe- son of local resident tion through faith in Jesus n  SUnday evening service Magdalene Fuller. Christ and as a guide for agn a,ag the musical talents Prayer meeting is on Christian living and service. L Rob' : k Fuller on February WeUnesday at 7:00 p.m. Join eternal life. Bring the whole h" no at 7:00 p.m. the Happy 60's for Dutch family for Sunday School on tVlark, l ;"ed'[r" s pmno playing is treat dinner and fellowship February 23 for our lesson fi'?Irliscent of Eva Mac at the International Cafe at entitled "The Bible: Its 'ebre " o hal ou and ,, g. , whom he describes 6:30 p.m. on ThurSday Testimony, t p y ,,, ?a,, h ,, ero. Hehas formany February 20. your family study the and continues to play Scripture is a testimony Scriptures regularly to la'n accompaniments for to Jesus Christ. about and follow Jesus ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ...................... @=' "i2!' . ii:zi::: i i :i ::!: !:.ii<. Richard Bruce and 'lor announce the Jessieka Ann Bruce 27, 2003 7 pounds, 6 Proud grandpar- are Ronnie and Bruce of and ' Frankie Hall of LaGrange. February 20 Kathy Richardson, Keegan Montgomery, Steven Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hohmann, anniversary. February 21 Irene Medley, Oliver Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Neese, anniversary. February 22 Jesse Chipman, Marquez Harden, Shelia Martin, Suzanne Cook, Sylvia Barrett, Floyd Keeble, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Windsor, anniversary. Aaron Harris, Bill Davis, Hunter Lee. February 24 Andy McDaniel, Chad Callaway, Charles Maxwell, Chuck Prather, Dacia Phillips, Karsin Spinks, Mark Fuller, Mark Thompson, Perk Hammett, Randy Rose. F25 Chandler Wilkerson. February 26 Don Moore, Holly Lewis, John Gaddy, Kevin Harmers, Wanda Singleton, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Searels and Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Saunders, anniversary. THURSDAY, FEB. 20 2003 }  , 3A Betty Carpenter Circle Mee t s By PATTI PHILLIPS The Betty Carpenter Circle of the Hogansville First Baptist Church met there Monday afternoon, February 10th. Members present were: Joyce Williams, Lillian Howell, Helen Stephens, Mavis Phillips and Patti Phillips. Call to Order: Lillian Howell; Opening Prayer: Patti Phillips. There were no minutes nor treasurer's report as there wasn't a meeting in December due to the Lottie Moon Christmas Banquet nor January due to illness. February project is to make a monetary donation to Love Shower February 1 ben- efiting the Coweta County Crisis Pregnancy Center. February 10-15 is Focus on WMU Week. April 3 is Spring Inspirational at Heatherwood Baptist Church in Newnan with dinner at 6 p.m., and the meeting at 7 p.m. This date was changed from April 10 due to Spring holi- days. March hostesses will be Lillian Howell (program) and Patti Phillips (refreshments). The program, "The Head of the Class," was presented by Joyce Williams. The arti- cle was about Amy Ct]nllinv, i}ttlt ;lid x,,l itit:t Iv lt'enda Rick lnil ! 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