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---" HOGANSVILI,E tt()M; NEWS - MARCH 22, 2001 PAGE 'BRIEF' PERFORMANCE? -Troup County Probate Judge Donald Boyd (L) greets Janet Tarwater the opening performance on Friday evening at the Hoofer's Gospel Barn. Boyd is the lead nger of the Followers,, who performed on Saturday. Say 'Happy Birthday! Here's who's having birth- days and anniversaries in Hogansville. March 15 Brittany N. Smith, Dena Spradlin, Jimmy Lee, John Leverett, Paige Seymour, Tonya Wheelus, Tracy Fuller. March 16 Jane Barrow, Jarad Leeson, Shane Stephens, Steven Reynolds. March 17 Cindy Askew, Ken Webb, Missy Walket March 18 Michael Williamson, Patrick Braswell. March 19 Linda Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Prophitt, anniversary. March 20 Joe Lee, Kandy Pruitt, Lawson Boyd, Sally Leverett, Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Wegienka, anniversary. March 21 Barbara Wessinger, Gavin Searels, JoAnn Massengale, Lacey R. Cleveland, Peyton Hanners, Jean Moore, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeBishop, and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Griffin, anniver- sary. March 22 Bill Batten, Mandy Walker. March 23 Inez Wade, Mike Able, Samantha Askew, Rev. and Mrs. Eric Killinger, anniversary. March 24 ] I Ann Griffin, Dennis Pi Holli Lester, Howard Ayers, l,arry Dorrough. March 25 May Lee Thompson, Patr, Pilgrim, Thelma Trussell, and Mrs. Francis Driess anniversary. March 26 i Helen Foster, Jack L. Dol Lewis Phillips, Mr. and Mrs., Sherman, and Mr. and lV Sammy Hubbard, annivers March 27 Bob Cardin, Ham Thomas, Josh Coggin, Rot Withers, Elmer Pps, Mr. Mrs. Bill Shaw, and Mr. and 1 Rance Sprayberry, annivers; ACT NOW! Full-time and part-time positions available for highly motivated indi- viduals, no experience necessary. We will train qualified applicants. Flexible hours $500-$1000 weekly to start. Contact William at (770) 252-1929 (E0.E.) m , 7h,o rutrnes 3ou (an count on in Re.l L,tate, Coldwell Banker & Murray Hy Coldwell Banker, Manor Realty 306 Church Street LaGrange Georgia 30240 Murray Hyatt Home Phone 706-637-5041 E-mail: mhyatts@bellsouth, net 2100 sq. ft ranch, 3 plus acres on Flying N Estates airstrip, Luthersville, G Walk out you door and onto the runway. Don't let this one get away! Call Mt Hyatt, Coldwell Banker, Manor Realty, (706) 637-5041. Cell (706) 881-2797 s re-aP : Co.m app :iety; I ointed  , Boar as reaPl Hog to the Homer School Class on hav- g 100% perfect attendance arch 18 for the third straight 'eek. As you pray, remember: Bob Louise Wilson, Press Mozelle Dial, C.E. evenson, Clyde Burks, Ary Lillian Evans, Howard Merlin Webb, Sharon Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pauline Powers, Mr. and AI Swanson, Evelyn Arnold, tson, Dorothy St. Clair, Kelley, Donny Faulkner, Shearouse, Marcellite Wendy Irvin and Mr. Our Christian sympathy is to the families of Mrs. Hay Spradlin and Scottie at their recent deaths. We)#ere happy to have many Sunday. Elementary School's Bowl Team, coached by Lee, qualified in the final of the regional Academic ppMeet. They tied for second With Elm SWeet Elementary ch 13. Pirst place team was Road Elementary. There Were 39 teams represented at the Cadetaic bowl meets. "gratulations! _. Our youth group enjoyed a .za Party Saturday night, March /at tle church. Youth Sunday was a.ch 18 during the morning wor- mp. The youth sang in the choir parts of the service.  call to worship was, "Lord, I Your Name on High." Worship the Word was a reading of 116:1-14 by Kendra Palmer Alyson Lee. Stuart gave the Sunday School report Sarah Palmer the children's a Palmer gave the emphasis with Latisha - offertory prayer. The special music, "I Am and "I Have the Joy." Mayo rendered a solo, the Nails." Rev. Jeff for us from verses in Jonah Chapter Willis's Survey of the Bible 18 was on Joshua and his rona j message March 21 was ames. new member: Chris .The 2001 children's home proj- is: Pop Tarts, vanilla flavoring, green beans and oatmeal. churches of the Western Association are again load- the truck with items that will to the Georgia Baptist This is a church- endeavor sponsored by the truck loading is sehed- 24 at 6:00 at Victory Baptist Church in Please bring those need- the church by Sunday, Associational Spring will be Tuesday, April 24 at 7:00 p.m. Deacon of the Week: Carl Bennett (March 11). Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class on hav- ing, 100% perfect attendance both March 4 and 11 (Carl Bennett is their teacher). And the EverReady Sunday School Class (Mavis Garrett is their teacher) on having 100% perfect attendance on March 11. Worship with the Word: Kendra Palmer (Luke 2:33-35). This was March 11. Children's sermon was pre- sented March 11 by Connie Howard. The Adult Choir special music March 11 in the morning was Name Above All Names, includes Speak His Name and What A lovely Name with Sondra Lee as soloist. The Sunday, March 11 sermon in the maxnmg worship hour was 'rhe Word of Affection" (John 19:25-27). The American Diabetes Association Walk for Wellness is March 24. Attention youth: Don't forget to bring your Bibles. The Youth Bring Your Bible contest will end April 1. Prizes will be awarded: first place is a CD Walkman and second place is two Christian CDs. Mr. Clem Howell made cabi- nets for the remodeled childcare room at our church. Saturday, April 7, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon is cleanup day at the church in preparation for Holy Week services, Easter and home- coming during that month- We are proud of Alyson Lee placing second in an essay on School Violence in the Regional Literary Meet that was held Saturday, March 10 at Northgate High School. She is a junior at Callaway High School, anB is to be congratulated. Happy birthday March 17 to Sonya Davis. Remember the sick, shut-ins and bereaved as your pray. Also for the Pointing the Way Crusade with Dr. Bailey Smith, evangelist April 29 May 3 at Drake Football Stadium of Newnan High School in Newnan. It is geared towards our young peo- ple. The Western Baptist Association, several churches and denominations are sponsoring the Crusade. The public is invited to attend, while Christians are urged to support it both financially and prayerfully. Seven ladies from our church attended the video study and pro- gressive supper March 6 held at Highland Baptist Church- The General WMU, Men's Ministry, etc. met after the family night covered dish supper last Wednesday night, March 7. If you don't have a churchhome, we would invite you to come wor- ship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church located at 500 East Main Street. WANTED CUSTOMERS WITH W2"S REWARD *GOOD CLEAN CARS *GOOD PRICES *GOOD PAYMENTS *NO HIGH PRESSURE 60 Cars from $3995 to $7995 or=tit 56'00save up to 50% thrughogtthe store EXTRA 40% OFF better spring cmais Cdlections and separates. 40% OFF famous maker handbags Entire stock. Reg. 36.00-110.00 50% OFF girl's swimwear Selected group d swimsuits in 1 or 2 pc. styles. Gids sizes 4-16. Reg. B.00-26.00 40% OFF daywear & paeties Entire  fr Bali, Maidenform, 01ga, Shadowtine and Vanity Fair. 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