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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 2003 golverines Plan 00rea Fundraisers fhe Wolverines are in need of funds to continue their =s in the upcoming track and field season. veral fund-raising projects are coming up. exhibition wheelchair basketball game against local righters is planned as well as a free car wash day. Funds IkJlhelp purchase additional competition chairs so that even " :[e eligible kids can join the Wolverines next year. lmediatFor more information, call Coach McIntyre at 655-3969. i. My coli rson in a_ • . dress, rln g Revival Underway r at 21:... ,utfit,"Jltll St Affrv Methodist dsheet, i.o vLL.L d .e hourev. Gregory Williams and the St Mary United Methodist :. There ch family at 100 Pine Street, Hogansville, invites every- ne outsito their first Spring Revival to be held Wednesday, tgh the sday, Friday, March 12, 13 and 14 beginning at 7:00 p.m. irl grahe Rev J.W. Russell, Jr., Pastor of Smyrna Baptist ]'ch, will be the guest speaker. Come help us celebrate! you get SWOOn. PAGE 5-A SINGING TIME - Charles Johnson and the Revivers will be at Hoofer's Gospel Barn this Friday evening singing his hit songs including "1 Can't Even Walk" and "Going To The Meeting." ATIME TO PRAISE - Tony Gore will perform this Friday and Saturday evening at Hoofer's Gospel Barn in LaGrange. Other groups on Friday include Charles Johnson and the Chuck Wagon Gang. On Saturday, the Singing • Cookes, Tony Gore, the Followers, the Freemans and Michael Combs will perform. Gospel Set At Hoofer's This Week By BRYAN GETER A big gospel singing is planned for this weekend at Hoofer's Gospel Barn located on Hogansville Road just north of LaGrange. On Friday evening, the featured groups are the Chuck Wagon Gang, Tony Gore and Charles Johnson and the Revivers. On Saturday night Tony Gore returns along with the Freemans, the Singing Cookes, the Followers and Michael Combs. The shows start each evening at 7 p.m. 'Elvis Tribute' to Appear at Nursing Home Zachry Mattox, Sr. Patients of Georgia Baptist cial program will get underway at 6:30 The program will run between one Meriwether Nursing Home, their faro- p.m. at the nursing home in Warm and two hours and the public is invited March 8, 2003 L r ilies and Elvis lovers throughout the tri- Springs as Craig and Kristen Johnson to attend. There will be no admission ,,,, .thur Zachry Mattox, Sr, 52, died March 8 at West county area are invited to a tribute to of Thomaston entertain their audience fee, however donations will be accept- RYING  .VmChcal Center. Memorial services were held March Elvis on Saturday, March 15. This spe- as Elvis and Priscilla Presley. ed for the nursing home. '" , at Ftrst Baptist Church on the Square with Dr Paul R THE t e " ' -"''"'!" ':',atinr'Dr' Walter Murphy and the Rev. Malcolm Cole Davis * WMU M y M h iv,00" ting First Baptis embers En o arc ee - - '* - viattox was born in Hogansville where he received READ " .,,rimary education He attended Gordon Military College  North American Missions and Annie Heatherwood Baptist Church, 6 p.m. = uvm. u,,.rll • s S esvflle, Woodward Academy in Atlanta and Troup By PATTI PHILLIPS Armstrong Easter Offering with the Covered dish dinner and 7 p.m. meet- mmut’'aCnool. At the time of his death he was president of  theme: "Partners in Purpose." ing. The General WMU of the While sack lunches for Habitat for Mrs. Lillian Howell presented the Ro:'o., e Gas Service, a company founded by his father in Hogansville First Baptist Church met Humanity workers was the March proj- program, "On Mission 3bgether: ;I118-1266 * . -_-_2 .... mattox was the younger son of Mrs Betty Matthews C STORI O mR0X and the late Kendrick Ware Mattox, Sr. of LaGrange. there March 5th. Members present were ect, the April projects are to collect need- Partners in Purpose." She told about Evelyn Spivey, Lillian Howell, Mavis ed items for the children's home and the Norman and Debbie Cannada-West Z uiso survived by his wife, Deeone Bryant Mattox; one Garrett, Joyce Williams, Patti Phillips, Annie Armstrong Easter offering. The Virginia. Norman is pastor of West ,acrtry Mattox, Jr.; a brother and sister-in law, Kendrick Mavis Phillips and Belle Willis. children's home project items are due Charleston Baptist Church, a church he j!mlly Mattox of LaGrange; a sister and brother-in-law, Mrs Mavis Garrett called the meet- at Unity Baptist Church April 20. We're began in 1997. He also serves as Church r.,y, Mattox Sterchi and John Sterchi of Knoxville, Tenn., ing to order and gave the opening prayer, to have them here April 16, as it will be Planter Strategist for the area, while Vlunt, Jane Mattox Strain of Hogansville; and numerous There were no minutes. Also, she gave loaded on April 22 at 6 p.m. at the Debbie serves as Director of att% r iRi ! Bra H t L;a: r °VnduS s °sHe emKn a oSp, m MLar sG.r; ng e e e pop nations may be made to the Mattox-Zachry Scholarship er daltr ati’n,IIIGrange College. in'er-Hamby Mortuary at 1010 Mooty Bridge Road aarge of arrangements. the Treasurer's report. During the business session, Mrs. Joyce Williams told about sack lunches to Habitat for Humanity that were taken to LaGrange March 3 and given to Fran Bergeron. March 2-9 is the Week of Prayer for Associational meeting. By unanimous vote, it was decided to combine the General WMU and Betty Carpenter Circle until further notice. The Betty Carpenter Circle will meet March 10 at 2:30 p.m. April 3 is Spring Inspirational at Community Ministries. For the Call to Order, Mrs. Lillian Howell read Mark 8:34-38 and mission- aries' names/places of service with birthdays today. 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