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.nden Att0000.nd WMU l0000[eeting [ s...o. Our Troops in the aft ing that tti Phillips infield he _...,J General %IU of the are maKu n ... es svalle First Baptist ose gain . 7 :=h met there Wednesday atter ne M kct:" arch 6 with ten in 's to ma da . . J nce' Mais Garrett, x, as hit ty " . Jam Turbyfield, Kathy ,ubled to ro " --711 - :jz-, ugh, Mavis Phillips, \\;, aus Oro. - Phillips Helen 'enter, maybe " ns, Mary Jo Keith, , .jm Howell, Belle Willis ; most Cl ..... jean Miller Call to Order )meouul,,, . " wen Grif- y stavls Garrett and the .... ,g prayer was by Kathy ngle to Prough. 2 e  re were no minutes or :he next treasurer's report for February as we had WMU Focus speaker Mildred McWhorter. Old business was making bears to be donated to nursing homes and pedi- atric ward of W.G.M.C. New business: Collect items for Liberia Seminary (soap, cake pans, U.S. postage stamps, T-shirts, paper clips, work gloves, pot holders, sheets, etc.). This will be a three-month project. It was stated that we need a Program Chairman when Myriam Turbyfield leaves. Mavis Garrett presented a card signed by the ladies and a love offering to Myriam Turbyfield from the group. Everyone was reminded of Betty Carpenter Circle Meeting March 11 (Monday at 2:30 p.m.). Annie Armstrong Offering is all of March. Program: Myriam Ttirbyfield "Showing the Way." This is the Week of Prayer for Home Missions (March 3-10). She talked about home missions work in Prince Edward Island, Canada, Washington, D.C., the Corn 3r in the ENTERTAINMENT n mith I the ! cond in  e long jud rd in the sl thinthe as; and J amp. PwEARING UVE - Hoofers and the Gospel Bam will light up LaGrange this week- ith "Southern Gospel Music." On Fdday night, March 15 beginning at 7 p.m.,  Singers will be Tony Gore and Majesty a ong with Charles Johnson and the ,vers, the Diplomats and special guest Hovie Lister and the Statemen Quartet.On .turday evening beginning at 7 p m, the lineup include Tony Gore, The Singing okes, The Freemans (pictured ave), the Followers, Mended Wings and Michael rnbs Hoofers is located at 3472 Hogansville Hwy (29), kaGran. Husc varna DISHING IT OUT - Micheal Combs (Left) will singing at the Hoofers Gospel Barn on Saturday evening along with the Freemans, Tony Gore," Singing Cookes and many more. Combs will be performing his hit song "Drinking From My ,y sa.  | Saucer." ty Cou - ' wing Da  ......... 1[ . Iogafl i 14 tgie Starling, John *'tt JOnes, Mildred Kalb Cot e, Tony WiUiamson, iI have _eels. ig PtePranl/l. Smith, Dena # ln, oimm Lee Jo in De. -", y hn ett, Pai- - ' Wh, ge Seymour, )n is anot vaeeius, Tracy Fuller. lZrch 16 s life. I0 tad Leeson, Steven ansville, :eceived d years tments .M.E. Reynolds. March 19 March17 Cindy Askew, Ken Webb, Michael Marshall, Missy Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Herndon, anniversary. March 18 Michael Williamson, Patrick BrasweU. Jimmy Lee, Linda Lynch, Zachary Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Prophitt, anniver- sary. March 20 Joe Lee, Kandy Pruitt, Lawson Boyd, Sally Leverett, Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Wegienka, anniversary. esses his Ext.ct 3rd Door, 350 V.8. A th Extras Low rdle Auto, V-8, Alloys, Fully loaded Blazer Camaro Z- Auto, V-8, Lea, T.Tops, kl Honda Accord EX  A, uto, CDAloys, HOME TODAY IN A _ .ITY VEHICLE FROM... 220 Temple Ave., Newnan ---,.7n-?;1-7283 .o..-. ,-, Sat. 9-6 Belt - Indiana, the old west of Oklahoma and Chico, California. She gave the call to prayer reading from II Corinthians 5:19 and prayer focus: Lay people in language missions in Indiana. Church planters are needed. She read names and places of service of missionaries having birth- days today. The closing prayer was by Helen Stephens. T&T Coach Lines, LLC. P.O. 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