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HOG/LNSVILI HOME NEWS - THLSDAY, MARCH 14, 2002 PAGE 7-A aber of sband, RoJ daughters n Marctull U of Carroll ,man and er mother, l ille; one si 'ange; and[ loward I "nes of Dul ton. ]d Sons Fu] in charg lar ry 28, 20g d .='re sorry to report that Mrs. Linda Helen Hamilton of a patient at Newnan Hospital. We wish her a Y recovery. very special happy birthday to lVlrs. Minnie E. Freeman aarks community on her 94 years young on March 13 re happy birthdays to come. t March 2rid, Mrs. Eura Mac Sewell of Hogansville was a birthday dinner at Ryan's Restaurant in Newnan. attending were children, grandchildren, sisters, broth- nd daughters-in-law. Mrs. Sewelrs birthday was ary 28. What a time! [r belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Lola Clements of the Zion Hill Community in her death. ag you peace and comfort. tppy anniversary wishes go out to the following cou- iinister Lincoln and Mrs. LaToya Anderson on their March 16 and Rev. and Mrs. Johnny (Minnie) Freeman ,it llth on March 16. We wish them many, many more! lppy birthday wishes go out to the following people: ubert Beasley, Mrs. Betty Bedgood, Tamyia Bohannon, lter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Teresa) Bohannon, Mr. d Clements, son of Rev. and Mrs. M.R. (Dorothy) )gansville, rots, Robert Clark, son of Ms. Martha Nell Colton, Kierra e.dical Oin,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony (Sherri) Browm, rvme was ha.. Colt tist Chu o on, granddaughter of Ms. Martha Nell Colton, ory of Mr. Ray Bobby Colton, Ms. Myrtice Daniel, LtrWicetine Draggs, Lakeisha Dean, Taurus Foster, Mr. . Freeman, Mr Ernest Grier, IH, son of Ms. Emily Kate officiated ihno Ms on, . Sophia Lattice Heard, Mrs. Bonsha S. Hunter, :emetery. a(tre Evans. " Hines Mrs Pe Hines ....  . . Mrs. Catherine , . ggy , ,pe, tm t arnam "Barry" Ltmdy, in memory of Mr. Elmer Hines, Donald, V 'aine Hamilton, Nathan Hutchinson, grandson of Mr. ld as. Willie A. (Carolyn) Russet, Mrs. Eva Meadows, Mr. ust 10, 19 [e Pace, Jr., Mrs. Constance Martin, Mrs. Alice A. the late 3 hy, Ms. Linda Postell, in memory of Mrs. Wilma T. e Allie Md :Son, Mrs. Rachel McGruder, Michael Mitchell, Mrs. ; residetll .tta S. Rosser, Jontavious Marques Rutledge,in memo- ; a meml as. LiMan Russet, Rev. Ray Robertson, Harm_ay Scobley, was a rel Iter of Ms. Faye Render, in memory of Master Lee ,e, Mrs. M :" Damara Stewart, Ms. Ella Ruth Overton, in mem- Terry Hines, Sr., Mrs. Mattie Kate Thurman, Ms. lie; one d ada Stinson, Mr. Bermie Sewell, Derrick Fountain, Jr., ff McDonC Greenvill :grandson of Mrs. Josephine Rosser, Ceon Xrayvaus , Mrs. Karen H. Williams and in memory of Mr. Zachary ; three si trd, Sr. lene Hunt,! m White Plm United Methodist Church, St. Marks relyn Die| s everyone tO its 142rid church anniversary begin_ning !ack Dolh  morning, March 17 with Pastor W.E. Geter bringing iren; 19 I eSSage at 11 a.m. On Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p.m., the Lt-great-g ersary celebration will continue with Rev. Clinton in death , along with the Macedonia Baptist Church family. )onald. r will be served. ]dsonsF ed for Thought: It's better to be poor and walk by faith in char a be rich and walk by sight. very special happy birthday to Mrs. Daizell McCambry tatville on her 90 years young on March 8 and more days to come. anniversary goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Butler on their 2nd on March 11. We wish them ......... i tlet May you rest in peace. :Ion Richard Tucker is home and f00e. East Mail y greetings go out to: Mr. Henry Douglas Blount, 00]o00nt, .r i/N|l,*, .t. JoAnn P. Evans, Dwight Lionel Hardaway, Jr., Black and Mrs Minnie D. Freeman. SVILL ;ER' [  I[ Mrs. Peggy June Burnett '0' 8, . Igy June Burnett, Hogansville; two sons, James ummmgtd alanchester, died Garland Burnett and Mam. s at he- - - , -- :.... ....  . r aaughter s Timothy Shane Burnett, both ,qm ,'+ 'si  m Greenville. of LaGrange; two brothers, IATI( ; ue services were Warren A. Pearson of ....... 'ch - P_ c ro[  :.." lu at Cedar Rock Reynolds and Hilton Kenneth o oJJ t tLhurc ) ..... h Cemetery m PearsonofLaGrange;onesm- .-ywiththeReverend ter, Katrina Nixon of It Doesn't Cost A Thing... s & Spas  Road,l.a0  845-0001 nsvJ .nmal We/dr oin Str lle, Ge 0037-800 lea/Av wles officiating. LaGrange; and seven grand- - Burner was born children. , 1939 in LaGrange, Cox Funeral Home of tter of Garland and Manchester was in charge of ,P.erson. She was a arrangements. se and had worked a Craft Nursing  and Royal Elaine +" r'JtOmae in LaGrange. " a member of the r.k Baptist Church. Vors include her :lre ct, James Burnett of er; three daugh- sa Hamilton of aville, Phyllis naker of Dearing, and Lawyler of ef Zec00r00 rd St. of, days have passed, u.re a/ways on our minds. rnberin9 and lau9hin9 on 9ood times. to the horizons and giv J U+d have never me 7 I nu, tamer; and grandd ee, s, or Jan  GOOD DEEDS - The Flint River Y-Club members helped the Tri-City Council of Bell South Telephone Pioneers by collecting 27 used and new book bags to be taken to the veteran's hospital for the vets to have to carry their carry-home items in. Shown above are, left to rioht, Rachel Evers, Kristen Garrett and Crystal McCoy loading them in Pioneer Partners Imogene Murphy's truck for the Pioneers to deliver to the hospital along with others that they have collected. This is an ongoing project for the Pioneers. Thanks, Y- Club, for your help. Deacon of the Week: Kenneth Dial. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Clyde Burks, Lucile Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Evelyn Arnold, Freda Kelley, Marcellite Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Bruce Lee, Tom Flournoy (this is Evelyn Spivey's brother in Luthersville), Lou Palmer, Wayne Butler, Joy Palmer and Wendy Irvin. We are continuing with"March to Sunday School in March" as thik theme for our Sunday School this month Providing refresh- ments Sunday morning were Rex,. and Mrs. Harold Willis We were happy to have many visitors worshipping v4th us Sunday morning. Worship With The Word: Kendra Palmer reading Psalm 84: 8-12. Special music Sunday morning was by "Echoes of Praise" singing "Wonderful is Jesus." They are: Andrea Otwell, Sondra Lee, Lynn Campbell, Marie Hines, Myriam Turbyfield, Beth Maxwell and Carol Braswell. Our Harold Willis mes- sage Sunday morning was, "Simple Truths for Significant Living" with the text John II: 17-27. This is a series in preparation for Easter. This is Youth Week at our church. The youth of Our church (age 12 and up) will have a progressive supper tonight (March 14) beginning at the church and going to various homes for the meal (the homes of Mr. ad Mrs. Ken Hines, Mr. and Mxs. Joe Lee and Rev. and Mrs. Harold Willis) and a pizza party at the church March 16. Youth Sunday is March 17 with Rev. Jerry Lassetter, former Youth Minister at East Coweta Baptist Church speaking at the 11:00 a.m. service. The youth will give their testimony, be ushers, read scriptures and lead in prayer and be the worship leader on that day. For trans- portation and/or details about any of these activities, please call Beth Maxwell. Our church pianist, Mrs Myriam Turbyfield's last Sunday with us is March 17. That night at 8 p.m., a recep- tion (finger foods) will be held in her honor. Myriam began as our church pianist in May of 1988. She is relocating near her parents in Greenville, Illinois. She is a fine pianist, sings alto in the Adult Choir, is a member of the Ladies Ensemble "Echoes of Praise," is a WMU worker and Sunday School teacher, a true woman of God and a dear friend to all she meets who will be sore- ly missed, and a true Christian. Her late husband, Calvin was a former mayor of Hogansville, a deacon, Sunday School teacher and director, as well as a Gideon and a true Christian who was active in his church until his death in 1995. The Georgia Department of Labor is seeking a design profession- al to design a new 2-story medical rehabilitation technology center, "New Prosthetics Building," located on the campus of the Roosevelt Warm Spnngs Institute for Rehabilitation in Warm Spnngs, Georgia. The building wilt be approximately 36,576 S.F. facility with an 80-car parking lot. Cue, st@ cost will range from $3.67M to DI.86M, with 8 mont for desn. Qualified firms interested in ng in the selec. lion process are invited to submit (six bound copies) a letter of inter est, a statement of their qualifications and current GSA Standard Forms 254 and 255 to Virgil Hoooer, Georgia Department of Labor, 148 Andrew Young Intemational Blvd., N.E, Sussex Suite 250, Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 656-3189 by 4:30 p.m. on March 22, 2002. Add informa- tion can be found on the Georgia Procurement Registry web site: www.DrocAJrement.statp. Attempts to contact any agency repre- sentative in connection with this invitation, other than Mr. Hooper, or failure to provide fully responsive submittal information may lead to dsqual. This is not a request for a proposal. (3:13&-) "The True Easter Story" video will be shown at 7 p.m. on March 24 at our church. March 27-29 is Holy Week Services at our church with Dr. Billy Burks preaching on Wednesday night and Dr. Larry W. Draper Thursday and Friday nights. Also on Thursday night, we will have Communion. 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