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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2003 PAGE 3-A 25 !!! ii:i i  !i!!; i i!i!!!i ;iiii! ,i0000iiiiii00 : ...... ii 'i i, !i  '!i,il ' ' i, By Frances Robinson A reception was held for the volunteers and tutors of Hogansville April 30th at the school. They were recognized with certificates for their to the school. By Frances Robinson Hogansville Lodge #93 rec- Ralph Caddy for ear award with a present- Past Grand Master in Georgia, E. (Buster) April 28th. ......... ii ..... Liiiiiii?i iii',i00!ii ..... : i ) i .... By Frances Robinson NEWEST RESIDENTS- Four Canadian geese are making their at the McGee Ball Field. By Bryan Geter TIME - Simon Yearwood of LaGrange is all smiles after having his picture with Peg of the McCamey's Gospel Singers at the Gospel Barn on Saturday. are Peg, Simon, Connie and Carol. By Bryan Geter SINGING - The Inspirations sang at the Gospel Barn Saturday evening. above are members of the group (L-R) Melton Campbell, Martin Cook, and Matt Dilber. Ethier- Smith Smith and Elizabeth Carol James Ashley Smith of Grantville and Elizabeth Carol (Beth) Ethier of Woodland announce their engagement and will marry at 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 1 at Macedonia Baptist Church in Manchester. Reception is planned following the ceremony at the'Warm Springs Community Center. Mr. Smith is a 2002 graduate of Southern Polytechnic State University in Marietta, and is employed by Engineered Systems in Doraville. Miss Ethier is a 2003 graduate of State University of West Georgia where she majored in Speech Pathology. She will begin working with the Paulding County School System in August. Miss Ethier is the daughter of Joe and Sandy Ethier of Woodland, and the grand- daughter of Rev. John and Carol Simmons of Manchester, and the late Charles and Betty Ethier of Newnan. Mr. Smith is the son of Raymond and Maryann Smith of Grantville, and the grand- son of the late Harvey and Elsie Smith of Hogansville and the late Harold and Zilla O'Neal of Grantville. MountviUe Club Tooic: ]0000lemories By MAE TOWNS Members of the Mountville Community Club met April 21 to hear Lisa Williamson present a pro- gram on "how to preserve your memories." President Frances Daniel introduced Williamson of LaGrange, who works part time for New Community Church and is an independ- ent consultant for an interna- tional group, "Creative Memories." Williamson explained the mission is to preserve the past, enrich the present, and inspire hope for the future. She also showed the club how to safely preserve photo- graphs in scrapbooks using the proper paper and cover- ing. President Daniel wel- comed newcomers and guests including: the Rev. Lamar Truitt and his wife Carol, who recently built a house in Mountville; Gayle Truitt and son, Jonathan Truitt, of Stovall; I_ami Pike of Manchester; and Anne Beach of LaGrange. Following the opening prayer by the Rev. Lamar Truitt, a covered dish dinner was served. Hostesses included Alison Wilson, Sue Daniel, and Nancy Newsome. Sue Daniel placed an arrange- ment of red geraniums on the serving tables. Reports were given by Secretary Jackie Jones and for Treasurer Angela Chambers. All club members with April birthdays were recog- nized by President Daniel. Ferrel Towns led the group in singing "Happy Birthday." At the May meeting a report will be given by the nominating committee for new officers. The president announced the May 19, 7:00 p.m. meet- ing will feature a talent show by members and friends. Among the performers will be a variety of music: classical, country and west- ern, rock and roll, gospel, and maybe"Elvis" will drop in to sing. Ii I Happy anniversary wish- es go out to the following cou- ples: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin (Mary) Rosser on their 4th on May 16 and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Arenita) Godfrey on their 29th on May 18. We wish them many, many more! Birthday greetings go out to Mr. Alfred Blount, Tamica Bohannon, Mrs. Johnnie Mac Blount, in memory of Mr. Raymond Brown, Mrs. Betty Jean Bailey, Ms. Anella Burston, Mr. Edward Colton, Mr. Nathaniel Dean, Sara Antoinette, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Loretta) Freeman, in memory of Mr. Stark Ellis, St., Jason Brown, Brianne Sharliane Bussey, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hosiah (Rosetta) Thompson, Sr., Mrs. Sharon T. Bussey, Dontavious Lashun and Santavious Dashun, twin sons of Ms. Cynthia Heard, in memory of Mrs. Eunice Hunter, Mr. L.D. Hines, Ms. Marie Hines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. (Ruby) Hines, Mrs. Meredith D. Mathis, Mr. Deon Grady, Alana Evette Grady, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan (Sherri) Grady, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Frank (Mary Iu) McLaughlin. i!i:i:!;:i:i:!!i:/.: .................................................................................... ::. ., .................................  ....... : ............. iii%!,:%:!:/:iii I :::::ii :::. ?::iii:::::: : i:. i '::}i i : : aN@N-4,....;;I Deacon of the Week: Bob Irvin. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Lucile Wilson, Sarah Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Elizabeth Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, Tom Flournoy, Wendy Irvin, Frank Fuller, Mildred McWhorter, Lou Palmer, Nita Windsor, Russell Miller, Mary Smith, Marge McBride, Clarence Weaver, Everett Heard, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Phillips and Craig Fowlei'. We had family night sup- per with spaghetti, salad, Men's Ministry on May 7. Children's time was by Andrea Otwell. The Adult Choir special music was "Living Hope." Rev. Harold Willis' Mother's Day message was "Parents as Teachers" with a text of Deuteronomy 6: 4-9. "Her children arise and call her blessed." Proverbs 31: 28. = Children's Home Day was May 11. Pray for the Southern Baptist Convention as it meets in Phoenix, Arizona on Kingdom First Matthew 6:33 Exalting the King, Expanding His Kingdom! Snacks are needed for VBS June 1-6. Please bring to the church any of the follow- ing snack items: cookies, chips, snack mixes, etc. Let me know of any grad- uates in the church family so I can recognize them in my column. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church located at 500 East breads and desserts and June 17-18 with the theme: Main Street. I i00li :. :i: " . i!i::: May 15 Chris Studdard, Jean Ellington, Paul Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Cleveland and Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker, anniversary. May 16 Clinton Gaddy, Joan DeMarrais, Katie Rich, Scotty Law. May l7 Jimmy Williamson. 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