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February 24, 2000

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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - FEBRUARY 24, 2000 - PAGe: ,$ Frances RobinsonStaff ALEXIS BREWER, was a winner in the Miss irl USA Pageant held Saturday, February 12. Adrian is old daughter of Tim and Heather Brewer. She was a beautiful 5' trophy, crown, and runner-up plaque. The be April 15. of the Week: Howell pray, remember: Bob Hammond, 12ouise Mr. and , Press Miller, Sherry O'Malley, Pauline Powers, Will Wright, C.E. Mr. and Mrs. Travis and Mr. and Mrs. AI Choir sang for '20. sponsored food 20. FOCUS Week was he ladies of the recognized during a.m. worship service T 20. Adult Choir Sunday special music was,"Sing Greatness Medley" (I You, Almighty God and Art). Harold Willis' message February 20, Measures for (Matthew 5:21- message was to be "Public Deeds Devotions" (Mark new member: WILLIS spoke at the adults ages Hogansville First st Church on will his Psalm 56:4 strikes, think of trust in Him. chase our will chase our in faith, !'ll fear; I'm trusting Word, You are near. Anon. CAN break the of fear. morning Bro. Hill's 8:26-28. evening Larry brought the rues- February 22. This was a covered- dish meal at 7:00 p.m. Congratulations to the Morelarid Elementary School Academic Team on winning first place February 17. Mrs. Sondra Lee is their coach. OUR CHRISTIAN sympathy is extended to the families of Pete Huff, Sara James Dale and LuciUe Cheek (Frank Crawford's sister) at their recent deaths. We are in the process of updating names, addresses, phone numbers, e mail address- es if you have one, etc. for our church. The slip of paper was located in the February 20th church bulletin and should be filled out and either placed in the offering plate or given to the church secretary, Alyson Lee. These will be placed in a new church directory, hopefully in April. This is not a pictorial direc- tory, but an updated version of church members' names, addresses, etc. DARRYL MAYO read the scripture Sunday morning. Sarah Palmer began as our new childcare worker in the church nursery Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Andy King of SneUville, Mr. and Mrs. Drew King of Lilburn and Scott Jeter were Sunday lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bennett. They were celebrating the birthdays of Etta Bennett and Deanna King. sage from Acts 10:1-4. Johnnie and Mable Williamson attended the Sunday evening service at Lowell Congregational Holiness Church in Lowell where Bro. Johnnie was the special speaker. Our Only Way The dust of dying memories May blur your eyes with tears. Praise God, there's One Who can bring peace and quiet all your fears. He yearns to comfort and to guide Your pathway every day, He is the Truth, He is the Light-- and still, our only Way! Ester B. Heins Those celebrating Birthdays and Anniversaries this week are: February 24 Andy McDaniel Breanna Bonner Chad Callaway Charles Maxwell Chuck Prather Dacia Phillips Karsin Spinks Mark Fuller Perk Hammett. February 2S Donald Broach Penny Burruss. February 26 Don Moore Lenore Hammett Holly Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Saunders - Anniversary. February 27 Elizabeth Fincher Maxine Cranston Patsy Martin Christa Hudgens. February 28 Charlotte Shipp E.J. Clark Jenny Slaton Jessica Alford. Original Poetry Sought The Friendly Poets Society is offering a $1,000 grand prize in their millennium poetry com- petition, free to everyone. The deadline for entering is March 10. To enter, send one poem 21 lines or less: Free Poetry Contest, 2219 W. PMB250, Burbank, CA 91506, or enter on-line at www.friend- lypoets.com. "Our contest is open to everyone who has ever written a poem," says Poetry Director Dr. Kevin Scribner. "We espe- cia.lly encourage beginning Olive Ave., poets." February 29 Bubba Pittman Jeanette Cato Mary K. Giilespie Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Wegienka - Anniversary. March 1 Ann S. Kovalik Anna Marie Hammett Sandy Saunders. Congratulations and Best Wishes! HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED AUTO LOANS DUE TO YOUR PAST CREDIT HISTORY??? Use your W2 or lost pay stub of I as your down payment. LL TODAY for a quick over the phone qualification. 706-882-1259 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE V % on a large assortment of Easter wear and sportswear for infants, toddlers, girls 4-16, boys 4-20, and juniors as well as a large assortment of children's shoes Take advantage of the only layaway of the Spring season! *Special layaway terms for this event only: 20% down, $50 minimum purchase. All layaways must be claimed by Wednesday, April 12th.