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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOM E NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 2003 Moonlight Dance Club t, Plans April 18 Program : ....... The Moonlight Ballroom Dance Club of LaGrange and the Troup CounW Parks and Rec Department will sponsor a dance on Friday, April 18, at the Callaway Auditorium, Dallis Check that Street, LaGrange, from 8:00 - 11:00 p.m. ' Georgia Music will be by Doug and the IBM Band. Suggested Natural Resources, dress is "coat and tie." Visitor couples are welcome - $15.00 Resources Division per couple. Enjoy rock-n-roll, foxtrot, swing, waltz, shag, h reminds sportsmen rumba, cha-cha, tango and more! For information on the women to check theirl dance or ballroom dance lessons, call (706) 637-9295 or (706) ingand fishing licenser 884-5857. heading out to the water this Bible Group Licenses purchased Chiidran ...._._.. _. '.. 00oo2-00oo00 season To Mark Anniversary the 2003-2004 season be available be The Children's Bible Study Class of St. Mary United March 15. Methodist Church, 100 Pine Street, Hogansville, will cele- brate their 1st Anniversary Saturday, March 22 at 6:00 p.m. Mr. Eddie Robinson will be guest speaker. Everyone is invit- ed to come. For more information, please call Mrs. Sara Jenkins at :00pea 637-4237. Betty CarPenter Circle Lined Hears 'Partners in Purpose' 00o.owin00 Lenten luncheon by Mrs. Helen Stephens and Hogansville First By PATTI PHILMP$ Miss Mary Kathryn Methodist Church Gillespie, respectively. Hogansville Pilot The Betty Carpenter Mrs. Lillian Howell pre- 12:00 noon: Circle of the Hogansville sented the program, March 26, Rev. First Baptist Church met "Partners in Purpose" with a Willis, Hogansville Baptist; April 2nd, there the afternoon of scripture reading from ay ElWill| Harry Cain, Monday, March 10th. Psalm 119: 36-39. I WANT SOME CHITTLINS - A large crowd enjoyed the annual "wild game" feast Presbyterian; April Present wereMrs.Lillian Mrs. Mavis Garrett held at Antioch Baptist Church last Saturday evening. Here, Troup County David Naglee, Howell, Mrs. Mavis Garrett, closed the meeting with Commissioner Buck Davis (L) samples the chittlins during the feast cooking Saturday' District Su, Miss Mary Kathryn prayer, afternoon as David Woody takes some out of the pot. April 16th, Rev. Gillespie, Mrs. Fletcher She remembered the mis- Acree, Mrs. Ava Camp and sionaries celebrating a birth- Williams, St. Mary's Mrs. Helen Stephens. day on that day and prayed Methodist. Mrs.LilllanHoweilcalled for the sick and shut-ins. Delicious meals themeetingtoorder.Opening served each week b prayer was given by Mrs. Hostess Mrs Lillian p/omen of United Fletcher Acree. The minutes Howell served rei:resh- and the Pilot Club. and treasurer's report were ments, is $3. All of the is invited. Men s 'i ":: :::i :ii :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: i  i  i iii! ?i :;: i i':i  !:!i i:i :i!: ii  i:i!i  :: ::  Deacon of the Week: Kenneth Dial. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Mr. and Mrs. Press March Miller, Lucile Wilson, Sarah Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Elizabeth Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford Pauline Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, Men's Day will Wendy Irvin, Frank Fuller, Mildred McWhorter, Lou Palmer, brated Margie Shellnut, Hoyt Bradford and Russell Miller. By Elmer Williams at 11 a.m. at the Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of WHERE'S THE FOOD? HoganSville's Baptist Church Chuck Williams, Genevieve Darden and Zachry Mattox at Mayor Wilson St. Clair and Yroup Guest speaker their recentdeaths. County Commission Chairman Tim Rev. The youth breakfast was March 16 at the church pre- Duffey wait patiently for the food to get By F Robinso elate minister of pared by Huell Stephens and Marcus Fowler. ready. There was plenty of turkey, ham, WHE.I. E'S THE POSSUM.?....hles Bapti.sL. Church, We were happy to have many visitors with us Sunday rabbit, quail, dove, pheasant as well as Barnes (R} looks over the table for some Alabama. morning, hotdogs and fried chicken. The pos- possum as Lance Dorrough (C) looks for Everyone is Worship With The Word: Lisa Fowler reading Mark 4: sum died a few days before the feast, the rabbit. 30-34. Elmer Williams promised everyone the We had a testimony Sunday morning by Imesha Rhodes. possum would be ready next year. Beth Maxwell, Youth Director, presented Youth Awards on March 16 during the morning worship to Darryl Mayo for having invited the most people and Shae Rhodes for " bringing a Bible every night. This was during the recent Youth Week, where 11 decisions for Jesus Christ were made. Monday On Saturday night, there was an all-time high of 35 youth Cheeseburger, present with an average attendance nightly of 22 youth. She beans, french fries, also thanked the ones helping: Jim and Lynn Campbell, Huell choice of milk. and Marguerite Stephens, Patti Phillips, Rev. Harold Willis Tuesday and Marcus and Lisa Fowler. Beef vegetable" The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was "For peanut butter & jelly Eternity." wich, saltines, orange Revo Harold Willis's sermon March 16 in the morning choice of milk. service was "The Method of Ministry" (I Corinthians 9: 19- Wednesday 23). That night he continued his JBS of I Corinthians. Chicken tenders, Easter lilies are now being ordered at $6.25 each to be loped potatoes, placed in the church in honor of or in memory of someone. :. green beans school Please call the church office or place the order blank in the rolls, fruit, offering plate. Thursday A men's prayer breakfast will be March 30 at the church, By Frances Robinson By Elmer WUllan prepared by Huell Stephens and Joe Travis. LET'S EAT - Pictured above (R-L) are RABBIT, ANYONE? Larry Dorrough is dl BBQ sandwich, David Bell, Austin Thompson, Curtis smiles after frying 34 rabbits for the  Id french fries, pickle choice of milk. Ittllmaml:   Arrington, Joey Chapman and Patrick game feast. Austin, his grandson helped iiiiii``'iii#!i!iii!!!!ii::%i!i :: ............. ::::i::ili: :i::i:: Bonner getting ready to eat. with the cooking. Friday ' ::i  ..... , :"i::  :: : :: Manager's Choice. Brown hills have melted into spring. Last Sunday, March 16, Ms. Myrtice Daniel of Grantville was given a birthday dinner at Golden Corral in Newnan. A very special happy birthday to Mr. Ronnie Burston on March 21. Remember that we love you. From Mrs. Rosalyn Burston and Sierra. 'D0 not wait to build your Dream Home. We're happy to report that Mr. R.B. Cousins is home from the hospital and doing fine. With Interest Rates bein00 SO LOW, There is no better time than NOW. Congratulations to Miss Tamekia Freeman, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Johnny (Minnie) Freeman of Greenville, who is an honor student at Albany State University where she is  Homes are 100% Complete. Stick Built, Board by Board. a freshman. She graduated from Greenville High School in  100% Financing Available* 2002. Keep up the good work!  On Your Land or In Our Communities Happy anniversary wishes go out to the following cou- Less Than Perfect Credit Welcome, Even Ch. 7 & 13 Bankruptcy pies: Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie (Rosalyn) Burston on their 5th on March 21st and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth (LaSandra) Hardaway on their 7th on March 23rd. We wish them many, many more! Birthday greetings go ut to: Mr. Hubert Beasley, Kenylan  Over 25 Years Experience in West Georgia and East Alabama Kamario Ellis, son of Ms. Angela Daniel and Mr. Harion Ellis, Mrs. Catherine Hines, in memory of Mr. Elmer Hines, in memory of Mr. Horace Hardaway, Matthew Geter, son of Proudly buildin in Georeia: Rev. and Mrs. W.E. (O'Berian) Goter, Clarence D. Hines, Mrs. - - - Denise J. Kemp, Mr. Juan Jones, Mr. Milton Jones, Mr. Leroy Troup, Muscogee, Heard, Harris, Meriwether, Talbot and Pike. Moses, in memory of Mr. Clarence McCambry, Jr., Ms. Retha Ill Ahbam.: Martin, Mr. Lewis Lindsey, Anthony Lewis Portress, Jr., Design 1045 Russell, Lee and Chambers grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry (Alice) Portress, Mr. Louis E. MalcoLm, Ms. Martha H. Reeves, Mr. Keith Rutledge, S 418.4 9*M onthlv Investment  . Call our New Home Specialists Rev. Johnny Frank Stanley, Mr. Michael Taylor, Ms. Evette Thornton, Mr. James Towns, Jr., Mrs. Mary Nell Black, Mrs. Crick on www.danric.com  Sheila 706-883-3483 Or Angela 706-883-3475 Karen H. Williams and in memory of Mrs. Mozelle M. Williams. 7"0 see some o/our new home flooT/ans The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks, " D a it - [{i c H 0 lll e invites everyone to their Youth Day Program on Sunday, '418.49 Me Investment is P*&I only based on SP of 69800, ['tH.u ,, ., .',,,, .,,, Or 1#71-2.U1 March 30 at 11:00 a.m. with guest preacher, Rev. Steven 30 YR Fixed Rate of 6% on your land only; Conventional Loan-100% i :'::!: Smith, associate pastor of Mount Vernon Baptist Church, Financing: All inqmuation herein subject to error, omission Electric Provided By: dlVIBISOW! Atlanta Rev. W.E. Geteris thepastor and Rev. George Behsley, and/or change without not,ce. associate pastor. Seed For Thought: Springtime is here! ,