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PAGE 10-A' HOGANSVIIJ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2003 1st Baptist Observing 135th Year The Hogansville First Baptist Church has set their 135th anniversary celebra- tion for April 27th. The church was organized on March 6, 1868. This year's homecoming will have Dr. Oscar Thomas Cope, Director of Missions for the Western Baptist Association in Newnan as the guest speaker at, the morn- ing service. A covered-dish lunch will be served immediately fol- lowing the service in the church fellowship hall. Members, former members and friends are cordially invited to attend. Child care is provided. There will be no evening service. April 24 Elizabeth Parham, John Weiher, Rachel Newman, V.R. Coggin. AprU 2S Debbie Able, Heten Ramsey, Mike Pike, Walter Craven, Mr. and Mrs. Don Howell, anniversary. 26 Joseph Hodge, Michael Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. John Gaddy, anniversary. April 27 Amber Freeman, Cory Neal Searels, Frances Crews, Kendall Leverett, Kirstyn Duhan, Leslie Pye, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Von Borstel and Mr. an d Mrs. Scott Bonner, anniversary. Ar 2 Ken Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Cain, anniversary. April 29 Bryan Starling, Chad Spradlin, Christa Evans, Christopher Drake, Courtney Maxwell, Sandy Shaw, Susan Able, Zachary Maxwell. AgJ0 Jim Sherman, Lawrence Thompson, Lena Drake, Scott McDaniel, Thomas Dalton Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Johnson, anniversary. .i . ......  : Christopher Ray McWhorter II was born March 26 at West Georgia Health System. He weighed 8 lbs., 5 oz. His parents are Denise and Chris McWhorter. By Frances Robinson TRUE LOVE - Haley Bryant gives her cousin Wesley Able a big kiss for helping her find all those Easter Eggs on Sunday. By Frances Robinson I LIKE THIS ONE BEST- Little Haley Bryant of the Louise Community looks over her favorite Easter Egg. By Bryan Geter WINNERS - Little C. J. Tarwater and Dakota McCormick of LaGrange found the most eggs at an Easter egg ,hunt Sunday afternoon. By Frances Robinson WHO FOUND THE MOST EGGS - A large crowd of family members gathered at Ken Gordon Farm near Lone Oak on Sunday and enjoyed the egg hunt. Picutred above are the children who participated in the event. Hogansville's Blazer Now in Navy Airman Rod "C. Blazer,.son of Susan Pitts of LaGrange and E.R. Blazer of Hogansville, recently made his way through the Straits of Gibraltar and into the Mediterranean Sea while assigned to the amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima, homeported in Norfolk, VA. Blazer is one of more than 5.000 Atlantic Fleet Sailors and Marines aboard the ships of the USS Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group ready to participate in global war on terrorism. USS Iwo Jima su amphibious landing craft air (LCAC) which are designed hovercraft travel above land and sea s faces and deliver and equipment Blazer is a 1999 of Callaway High LaGrange and joined Navy in July, 1999. Happy anniversary wishes go out to the following ples: Mr. and Mrs. Kippy (Wanda) Tigner on their 15t April 23; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy (Deborah) Blalock on t 12th on April 27; Mr. and Mrs. James (Angela Jackson) on their 16thon April 27 and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Breed on their 52rid on April 28. We wish them many, more! Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mr: Cousin of St..Marks in his death. May you rest in April showers bring hajpy birthday greetings to: Emily Brown, in memory of Mrs. Lugenia June R. Cameron, in memory of Ms. Pauline Carter, Buchanan, Ms. Aagela Colton, Mr. Cedric Cousins, Mr. Colton, Mr. Michael Cousins, Shoquavius Lataria granddaughter of Ms. Arvella Colton, Mr. Jermeka MaShay and Tamekia LaShay Godfrey, twin daughters of Ms. Doris T. Godfrey, Mrs. E Mr. Kelvin Hines, in memory of Mr. Lawrence C1 Mrs. Floristene T. Hill, Ms. Blanc (Shay) Hill, daul Mr. and Mrs. Marvin (Mary) Rosser, Mr. Robert Mrs. Lugenia Jones, Mrs. Ola Mac Mitchell, Mr. Hamilton, Sr., Mrs. Rosa Lee, Mrs. Mattie Jean Lett, McCambry, Jr. and Christoph McCambry, Mrs. Inez McCambry, in memory of Mrs. Geraldine E in memory of Mr. John "Rabbit" Rosser, Tina Marie granddaughter of Ms. Willie Mac Harden, Mr. L.C. Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Lydia) Thompson, Mrs. Tigner and Ms. Deborah Talley. Oak Ridge C.M.E. Church, Greenville invites to their "Family and Friends Day" on Sunday, April i 11:30 a.m. with Pastor M.LHardrick, Sr. bringing the: sage. Please come and bring a friend. Harmonia C.M.E. Church, Corinth invites their "Family and Friends Day" on Sunday, April 27 p.m. with guest preacher, Rev. Lonnie Thornton, of Wadley Chapel United Methodist Church. Dinner served. Rev. Walter Bowens is the pastor. Families and friends of Campground Marks) are invited ton memorial ervice on 3 at the White Plains United Methodist Church, St. community at 5:00 p.m. Ms. Annice Griggs is the The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. invites everyone to their ] May 4 at 2:30 p.m. with guest preacher, Rev. J.C. Tate with St. Paul and McGhee Chapel. Dinner will be seed for Thought: The journey of a thousand miles with a single step. 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Ai Stove & Refrigerator By Frances Robinson THE EGG HUNT IS OVER - The Ingle's Bingo Crowd met at Robinson's Farm last Wednesday for its annual Egg Hunt and picnic. After a delicious lunch, the crowd found the eggs and then relaxed and enjoyed the warm weather. By Frances Robinson LET'S EAT - The bingo crowd relaxed and enjoyed a day ai the farm as a good luhch was spread and Eater eggs were hunted. ClllJ,er FDIC G April is Community Banking Month across America. 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