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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 2003 Gospel Singing Returns "The Gospel Singing Crusade" will have the next singing on Saturday, March 15th. We are located at 1100 West Main Street in Manchester, right past Goody's and across from West End Baptist Church. The doors will open at 5:30 and the program will start at 6:00. We are going to have deli- cious food catered by The Crusade Volunteers. The menu consists of all you can eat spaghetti! You're not only going to have your spirit filled by the time you leave, but your belly too! We have donated items to raffle, exciting cake walks, and live gospel music by The Good News Trio, LaGrange; Sounds of Grace, LaGrange; Chad Bishop, Warm Springs; and Doug Melton, Thomaston. Please bring your fami- ly and friends and come on out and fellowship with us. Admission is free, but dona- tions are gladly accepted to keep this music ministry going. Historical Book Set The Meriwether Historical Society on Feb. 23 voted to begin work on the county history and at the ear- liest have it ready for the spring of 2004. Every household in allowed 500 words and one picture to document the family genealogy. For more information contact Linda Dobbs, Sallie Mabon, Mary Anne Harman, or Sally Neal. HEROES OF THE COMMUNITY- Merweither County Sheriff Steve Whitlock (Seated) teamed up with a number of high school students to spread the word about the advan- tages of staying drug-free. Taking part from Greenville High were (L-R) Patrick Collier, Tiffany Boyd, Tamara Elliott and Jason Rivers. Sheriff, Area High Schoolers Join Forces in Drug Battle Area high school students this week assisted the Meriwether County Sheriff's Office in spreading the word about staying drug free. The tudents were selected from their respective schools to go into the 5th grade classes to talk with younger students about remaining drug free as they get older. In order to be selected the students must be academically sound, well thought of by their peers, as well as being committed to a drug free lifestyle. According to Sheriff Whitlock, "It's easy for us to tell our children to say no to drugs, when as adults we don't face a lot of the things that they face. These high school stu- dents deal with negative peer pressure and temptation almost daily. This shows our younger children that they too can suc- cess.fully deal with the pressure to use drugs and make something of themselves." The high school role models went to each of the fifth grade classes at Mountain View, Unity, and George Washington Elementary Schools as well as Flint River Academy elementary students. At each of the schools they discussed their dreams, and how they themselves deal with the pres- sure to use drugs. Selected as high school role models for the 2002-2003 school year were: Patrick Collier, Tiffany Boyd, Jason Rivers and Tamara Elliott from Greenville High School. Manchester High School role models were Katy Moore, Greg Rodgers, Brittani Boykin, Harold Davis, Morgan Conner and David Dunn. Selected role model students from Flint River Academy were Lindsey Perdue, Bryan Garrett, and Mandy Adams. "I'm proud to see these students step up. We should all be proud of these kids. Hopefully with the DARE Program in our elementary schools and in the future with our school resource officers working in the middle and high schools we can play a small part in helping our kids make a brighter future for themselves," Whitlock said. Monday Hamburger, sliced toma- to, lettuce, French fries, fresh fruit, choice of milk. Tuesday BBQ chicken, green peas, rice, hot rolls, orange-pineap- ple gelatin, choice of milk. Wednesday Pizza, tossed salad, whole kernel corn, chilled apple- sauce, choice of milk Thursday Fish, macaroni cheese, green beans; peaches, cornbread, of milk. Prky Hot dog, cole to: choice of milk. Deacon of the Week: Ken Hines. As your pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Lucile Wilson, Sarah Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Elizabeth Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Irvin, Frank Fuller, Mildred McWhorter, Lou Palmer,] Shellnut, Hoyt Bradford, Kay Alewine, Mason Whitley and Iris Burgess. Worship With The word: Stuart Lee (Psalm 119: Children's Worship: A skit, "Learning How One Another," was presented by Rev. Harold Marcus Fowler. Sunday, March 9 was Youth Sunday cial music, "Willing Heart" (duet by: Imesha Darrell Mayo). There was a total of 47 adults attending the kickoff Saturday night, March the speaker, Rev. Steve Franz, pastor of New Lifel Church in Grantville. Youth Week Revival was March 10-13 at the church. Missions Emphasis was by Kendra Palmer. Youth ushers were Darrell Mayo, Fuller and Dee McDow The Youth Sunday message was by Marcus Samson Is So Sorry! with the text being Judges The Youth will be served a pancake breakfast March 16, 8:30 a.m. at the church. Adults will havel fast that day at 9:30 a.m. Don't forget to bring your items for the macaroni and cheese dinners, refried beans, pickle summer drink mixes (Kool-Aid, Tang, Crystal Country Time), instant oatmeal and instant grits. The World Hunger Day rice bowls will be Sunday, March 23. They are to be filled with dimes lars) to feed the hungry. They will be collected October 12. The Betty Carpenter Circle met at the churct UKKS D In my brand new... . CHEVROLET - OLDSMOBILE .......... Written for this week Ms. Sophia Latrice Heard, Happy anniversary wish- Mrs. Bonshu S. Hunter, Mr. i] Anniversary US 27. New Franklin Road LaGrange, GA * (706) Planned for Su This nday Rev. Gregory Williams Marks are home from the and the St. Mary United WE N hospital and doing fine. Methodist Church family at On-The-Spot Approvals & es go out to the following cou- ples: Minister Lincoln and Mrs. LaToya Anderson on their 7th on March 16, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos (Tammy) Butler on their 3rd on March 11 and Rev. and Mrs. Johnny (Minnie) Freeman on their 12th on March 16. We wish them many, many more! Mr. William Turner of Lone Oak is a patient at Warm Springs Rehabilitation Center. A very special happy birthday to Mrs. Minnie E. Freeman of St. Marks on her 95 years young on March 13 and more happy birthdays to come. Remember our sick and shut-ins: Mr. John L. Grady, Mr. Dewayne Beasley, Mr. R.B. Cousin, Mrs. Linda Helen Hamilton, Mrs. Inez McCambry, Ms. Ellen Rosser and Mr. Willie James Sewdl. A very special happy birthday to Mrs. Annie Pearl Leslie of St. Marks on her 85 years young on March 11 and more happy birthdays to come. Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mr. Alonza Tenney, Jr. of Dayton, Ohio, formerly of Luthersville in his death. "Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal." Happy birthday wishes go out to the following peo- ple: Mrs Betty Bedgood, Tamyia Bohannon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Teresa) Bohannon, Mr. Donald Clements, son of Rev. and Mrs. M.R. (Dorothy) Clements, Robert Clark, son of Ms. Martha Nell Colton, Kierra Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony (Sherri) Brown, Shermika Colton, granddaughter of Mrs. Martha Nell Colton, in mem- ory of Mr. Ray Bobby Colton, Ms. Myrtice Daniel, Mrs. Alicetine Draggs, Ms. Lakeisha Dean, Taurus Foster, Mr. Alfred Freeman, Mr. Ernest Grief III, son of Ms. Emily Kate Bohannon, Andre Evans, Mrs. Elaine Hamilton, Mr. Barham "Barry" Lundy, Nathan Hutchins, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Willie A. (Carolyn) Rosser, Mrs. Eva Meadows, Mr. George Pace, Jr., Mrs. Contance Martin, Mrs. Alice A. Murphy, Ms. Linda Postell, in memory of Mrs. Wilma T. Patterson, Mrs. Rachel McGruder, Michael Mitchell, Mrs. Marietta S. Rosser Jontavious Marques Rutledge, in memory of Ms. Lillian Rosser, Rev. Ray Robertson, Hannay Scobley, daughter of Ms. Faye Render, in memory of Lee Smith, Ms. Damara Stewart, Ms. Ella Ruth Overson, in memory of Mr. Terry Hines, Sr., Mrs. Mattie Kate Thurman, Ms. Shalonda Stinson, Mr. Bennie Sewell, Derrick Foundation, Jr., great-grandson of Mrs. Josephine Rosser, Ceon Xrayvaus Shields and in memory of Mr. Zachary Woodard, Sr. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks invites everyone to its 143rd church anniversary begin- ning Sunday morning, March 16 with Pastor W.E. Geter bringing the message at 11 a.m. On Sunday afternoon at 2:30 the anniversary celebra- tion will continue with Rev. John Tompkins, along with the St. Paul and Leete Hill United Methodist Churches. Dinner will be served. Written for last week A very special happy birthday to Mrs. Daizell McCambry of Grantville on her 91 years young on March 8 and more happy birthdays to come. Happy anniversary wish- es go out to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Rosie) Rhodes on their 36th on March 4 and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. (Lisa) Doler on their 16th on March 7. We wish them many, many more. We're happy to report that Mr Charles "Pete" Baldwin of Grantville and Mrs. Agnes Colton of St. We're sorry to report that Mr. R.B. Cousin of St. Marks is a patient at WGMC. We wish him a speedy recovery! Last Saturday, March 1st, Mrs. Eura Mae Sewell of Hogansville was given a birthday dinner at Golden Corral in Newnan. Those attending were family and friends. Mrs. Sewell's birth- day was February 28. What a time! Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Luverne) Freeman of Detroit, Michigan enjoyed a trip to Key West, Nassau and the Bahamas for five days and four nights. They returned safely back, now the couple are spending a week with his sisters and brothers. Birthday greetings go out to: Ms. Leonia Black, Mr. Henry Douglas Blount, hus- band of Mrs. Johnnie Mae Blount, Rev. M.R. Clements, Mr. William (Bubba) Daniel, Ms. JoAnn Dean Evans, Antavius D. Carter, Mrs. Minnie D. Freeman, Mrs. Barbara Gray of Cleveland, Ohio, daughter of Mrs. Josephine Rosser, Kiwane Quinndez McGhee, son of Ms. Betty Addie and Mr Tim McGhee, Dwight Lionel Hardaway, Jr., Mrs. Carolyn Rosser, Mr. Dennis Sewell I, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie James (Vita) Sewell, Rev. Jimmy Stanley, in memory of Rev. L.J. Stanley, Jasmine Talley, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Rosie) Rhodes, Mrs. Barbara Tucker, in memory of Mrs. Ida Womack and in memory of Mr. Hope Tucker. The New St. Paul C.M.E. Church in Lone Oak invites everyone to their annual Women's Day Program on Sunday, March 9 at 11 a.m. with guest speaker, Mrs. Angela Smith. Rev. T.D. Brown is the pastor. Think about it: The seven ages of man...spills, drills, thrills, bills, ills, pills and wills. 100 Pine Street, Hogansville, invites everyone to their 126th Church Anniversary, Sunday, March 16th at 3:00 p.m. The Rev. 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