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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - TttLRSDAY, MARCH 11, 2004 PAC;E 3-A villa 'ening of~ ;lye mee~ [e Better ~ IT) Bo~l re held. first m~ ters up to ng those ~ tubers wl~ the Boa~ 'ice (O l Claire tt ruing the~ I the fill~ : with the l mmbers as last e Article were a~ the Bead number t Mch could ber betw ACHIEVERS- (L-R) Club president George Moore, Stephen Bidwell, Long Cane Middle School; Kent Criddle, 3rd d set the place, Gardner Newman Middle School; Pat Simmons, West Side Magnet; William Cole, 1st place, Gardner w Board at Newman Middle School; Lt. Gov M.O. Ridenhour; Matt Sherman, Ca away M dd e Schoo ; Demetr us Tuttle, 2nd ted addi# fffective~i] place, Troup High School; and Rodney Harmon. ~mbers(J~l Iarwin&~[ eak-tacular Results .ir ser~ic~!ii a new ~[ ring the ~ J~O~S Division Oratorical Competitors Give Impressive Peformance awards were presented by Lt. Governor M.O. Ridenhour and presi- dent George Moore, I meeting,~ filer the v Board. 3ard(for~ mmbers ~ Board (~ enda Ra# gavaleta, l at) voted r's Board,~ embers: I; .~cky Mtu~ Ann Kell~ Finalists from area schools in the LaGrange Optimist Club's Oratorical Contest, boys division, included Pat Simmons, 8th grader at West Side Magnet; Matt Simmons, 7th grader at Callaway Middle School; Demetrius Tuttle, 9th grader at Troup High School; Stephen Bidwell, 8th grader at Long Cane Middle School; Kent Criddle, 8th grader at Gardner Newman Middle School; and William Cole, 8th grader at Gardner Middle School. The winners were: William Cole, 1st place - gold medallion; Demetrius Tuttle, 2nd place - silver medallion; Kent Tuttle, 3rd place - bronze medal- lion. All finalists received certificates for participation. The contest was held at Taste of Lemon Restaurant March 1. Rodney Harmon chaired the contest, Austin Cook III announced the program, and Judges for the contest were Mary Nelle Traylor, Annie Greene and Lewis L. Banks. The first place winner will be entered in the Zone 14 competition to be announced The oratorical contest is the club's oldest and most well known project. Little, Board ew valeta lmittee, m the 04. on ~e g :edo_ aitions, well as ~onefor# :ce childff ~s, humod ~1 speal ,te addr~ ay mornif oints wd n a heal~ anda~ cally, at~ )ortanc.e nunicatia ~k yours~ For me# work p~ you lo~" 1 can ye ttely? I~ mrican f this co# ervice # Optimist, t/n? for the t~ m's seWe tcer mai# ~es out a subdi ~y the ameme~ fee for :omer w~ 'e will lY s to ins~ omer. TI~ r was for ~is undd ~ dord~ /~LDEN ANNIVERSARY C. Brazil, and Betty Bobby ;r. ^ n _taylor Brazil celebrated they" 50th wedding ann=vet' - .~_ry Saturdav nioht March 6 at their home near Hogansville. ,^he Brazils were roamed March 6, 1954 at Breman by the ~e Rev. Gary Rogers They have been blessed with six ~anr"dren, 20 grandchild'ren and 10 great-grandchildren. A ,.,,~,u crowd was on hand to help the urazils celebrate their ~Olden last Saturday evenm A feast was e-" Anniversary "g. ~.njoyed by all after which Mr. and Mrs. Brazil renewed u ~r marriage vows March 11 Mark Howington Michael Tucker ~r Yne Neighbors .. r. and Mrs. Dennis ~otmson (A) M Helen Reynolds ( ) Sam Billingsley (M) March 12 Barbara Harris Edna Barber Hazel Stitcher Leo Hohmann Lynn Davis Mrs. J.L. Thornton Justin Beall (M) Chase Searels David Prescott Dwayne Robinson Jessica Barrett Jim Littlefield Jimmy Veal Nathan Chilton Sara Phillips Steven Prescott James Hammett (M) March 14 Angle Starling John Hardy Jones Mildred Burdette Tammy Barrett Tony Williamson Vickie Searels March 13 Brandon Folds March I$ Brittany N. Smith Den_a Spradlin Jimmy Lee John Leverett Kayne Lockard Paige Seymour Ray Breed Tonya Wheelus Tracy Fuller March 16 Jarad Leeson Steven Reynolds March 17 Cindy Askew Ken Webb Missy Walker Mr. and Mrs. Larry Herndon (A) Monday, March 15 f. rlamburger, sliced tomato/lettuce, french r~es, fresh fruit, choice of milk ~aesday, March 16 .... BBQ Chicken, garden salad, school baked ,ua, fruit, choice of milk Wednesday, March 17 Pizza, tossed salad, whole kernel corn, chilled applesauce, choice of milk Thursday, March 18 Fish, macaroni and cheese, green beans, chilled peaches, cornbread, choice of milk Friday, March 19 Hot dog, cole slaw, potato rounds, chilled mixed fruit, choice of milk Church Hosts 'Family Days' First Assembly of God in Hogansville is having a series of worship services through the month of March on Sunday morning at 10:45 that we are calling "Family Days." In these services we are ministering to the follow- ing areas: 1) Love is going to be restored in some families. God will do this in response to our faith. 2) We are going to stop Satan's work against some of your family members in Jesus' name in areas of drugs, alcohol and other abuses. 3) We will be praying for the sick, remember our God is the healer. My wife was healed by the Lord of a very serious cancer two years ago. 4) We will be ministering to those with financial prob- lems. God wants ~,ou to be blessed in this area. 5) The Bible teaches that sickness, disease, poverty and even hell itself are all products of the curse, but Galatians 3:13 teaches that when Jesus hung on the cross that the curse was broken. Everyone is invited to attend these services. For more information call 637 9328. Sunday morning worship is at 10:45, along with chil- dren's church; Sunday night services start at 6; and Wednesday night services are at 7. We also invite you to come meet our new pastor Rev. J.E. Thornton and his wife, Lila, from Columbus. Health Awareness Workshop Scheduled for This Saturday The Older Adult Ministry of St. Mmy United Methodist Church at 100 Pine Street in Hogansville invites you to its health awareness workshop Saturday, March 13 beginning at 10:30 a.m. The topic for this workshop is "Maintaining Good ttealth." Dr. Syed Jafri of LaGrange will be the presenter. Meriwether Educators to Meet The Meriwether Retired Educators will meet March 18, at 11 a.m., at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Fellowship Hall in Woodbury. All retired educators are invited. Gaulding Named to Honor List Jeffrey Gaulding, son of Jasper Clinton Gaulding and Janice Wright Gaulding of Hogansville, was named to the honor list of Oxford College, the two year liberal arts divi- sion of Emory University, located in Oxford. Call &(o vo!!! Double Your Tax Refund Check Up To $3OOO With Phone Application! 1505 LaFa Paikway. La6range 706-884-2444 www,iimed slomePlace,cen America's Home Place