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R. 1, HOGANSVIIJ_,E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 2002 PAGE 9-A Seats Offered <ie Bisaheta Xi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority .’,, .... c)gmces a booster seat giveaway to be held Sunday, March + ..... [m 2.013 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. ,x:c,- he location will be Unity Elementary School, Highway i ; i i. f:/9 Luthersville. % a-tYarch )o i i ] ; ] Dw Mont 500, do Fireplace ade ,900 USE OR 2BA 2BA of the Mountville Community Club met 18 to hear Caroline Nelson, a designer, present a on a tour of "China." she was a delegate with the First International es who toured with a group in 1995. architects and 20 design- I the southern provinces of China. Sire BIRch also accompanied the tour group. the items she highlighted included: China's size, culture, lifestyle, crowded population, archi- from a bamboo multi-story building to the , temples, well-planned outdoor floral gardens, the bicycles for transportation, designs of fab- nmnufactured clothing and other items which are to the USA and other countries, everyone works r the Communist government, and pollution is a prob- ) illustrate the impact of China's manufactured goods USA, Nelson asked Samantha Jones of the Big to be a model. Club members tried to Samantha was wearing which was made model is the daughter of Leslie Jones Rogers, student at Callaway Middle School. Frances Daniel welcomed members and BeBe Hemberg of Rosemont Community. presented the devotion on "What I Am md was assisted by Tdcia Bishop, Reba King, Newsome and Alison Wdson. the dinner included Nancy Newsome, Alison and Angela Chambers, who placed arrangements of mnthemums on the serving tables. eyrts were given by Jackie Jones, secretary, and by in the absence of Wanda Costley, treasurer. :esident Daniel recognized all club members who have Ixary birth .da,,ys. Ferrell Towns led the group in singing _Y Birthday to those honored. next meeting of the Mountville Community Club will au on Monday March 18. lust 2BA ) Model "eddy sympathy goes out to the families of Mrs. Russell of Atlanta, formerly of GrantviIle; Mrs. Parks Stevens of Moreland, formerly of Greenville Mr. Donray Bernard McLaughlin of Atlanta in their ts. He was the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. (Eloise)  hlin. "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal." r deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Little A +.d}'iaa Sewell of Atlanta, formerly of Grantville in your hearts be troubled. 1 rsary wishes go out to Mr. and Mrs. Stark .w e) Ellis, Jr., who are celebrating their 22nd wed- air versary; Mr. and Mrs. Lucious (Barbara) Johnson . th on February 26; Mr and Mrs. Allen (Brenda) aaron their 22nd on March lst; Mr. and Mrs. Empty  Wtlkerson on March 3 and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Rosie) l on their 35th on March 4. We wish them many, many 'J]bll ,cdaY greetings go out to: Rev. M.R. Clements, Ms. i- .olton, Kimberly Danielle Daniel, Mr. Bobby Deering, ,ome Ellis, Keischa Toria Foster, Jamika Mignon 7 daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Johnny (Minnie) Mrs. Janie Pearl Hardaway, Mr. Jerry Hamilton,  MsMarlcus Hines, Ms. Shakira Yvette Johnson, Ms. Lisa Ill 'R,u,," Elizabeth N. Johnson, Mr. James Johns, in mem- '" -- [:xev. Jarrett Jennings, Mr. Calvin Moreland, Mr. Danny "-'---- ews " -- .e ? m memory of Mr. Frank McLaughlin, Sr., Mr. | aUs, in memory of Mr John Lynn Rosser, in memo- mr. Wi " -- " "Lin%, illiam Henry Rosser, Mrs. Margaret Sewell, Ms. ["re ser, Mrs. Eura Mae SeweU, Mr. Randy Stevens, [eg lley and Treshenia Antoya Thrash. fR a e invited to attend the appreciation service for M. it • .L _ er Clifford Black on Sunday, March 10 at 11:30 tae Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks Community. I be served. Rev. Clifford Black is the pastor, Rev. assistant pastor. :.About It: Good family life is never an accident - You're Invited To A Estate Appraiser Clinic Us & Learn The Advantages Becoming A Professional Real Estate Appraiser! Date: 12 & 26 March 2002 Time: Z'30 p. m. Locatiom Columbus Hilton 800 Front Ave. Columbus, GA held in April - Weekend & Cram! "IT COULD BE YOUR NEW CAREER" Real Estate 2 tom For More Information Call 06-386-8091/3240 i ;: Support Youth Sports C,00Oo Georgia Resident00' improve your skills or Neighbors, Evelyn Arnold, Mary Kathryn GiUespie, Freda Kelley, Marcellite Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Bruce Lee, Tom Flournoy, lmu Palmer, Wayne Butler, Lucile Wilson, Dorothy Cruce, Joy Palmer, Rob Wilson and Wendy Irvin. Worship With The Word: Alyson Lee led the Responsive Reading #705 Discipleship. The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was 'rhere Is A River." Rev. Harold Willis is continuing a series about develop- ing the Christian life and the message February 24 in the morning was "The Purpose of the Christian Life" (I Corinthians 10:27-33). Sunday night, he continued the Survey of the Bible with Isaiah 40-66 and Wednesday night the Bible Study 'Wdmt's Life All About?" Every Sunday in March we will have a special emphasis called March to Sunday School. March 3-10 is the Week of Prayer for North American missions and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering with the theme: On Mission Together Showing the Way. March 6 is our monthly family night supper, General WMU, etc. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets at the church March 11. A farewell reception for Myriam Turbyfield, church pianist will be March 17 following the evening worship hour of 7 p.m. Bring finger foods. Mrs. Turbyfield is relocating to Greenville, Illinois. We will have Holy Week Services at our church March 27-29 at 7:00 nightly. Speaking Wednesday night will be Dr. Billy BurLs. The speaker Thursday and Friday nights will be Dr. larry W. Draper. "Jesus Is Lord" will be presented by the Adult Chow of our church March 31 during the 11:00 o'clock morning wor- ship hour. Illlll Uncommon Quality At A Popular Price. 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