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-HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS -MAY 18, 2000- PAGE 3A Seeking Readers Summer All ages apply! 1st for g Club." Book-JUMP IN!" is this year and our is jumping with fun Help us decorate our the summer. Draw animal that hops, or leaps and bring your Promoting our t!eme, Book-JUMP IN! to the Lowe, our Youth has planned pro- for Tuesdays and in June and the of July featuring including Pat Crocker, Yvonne some surprises. favorite magician, is coming back on an encore perform- ) on into the library first issue of our r newsletter, "The ,s of some books to read this for chil- age three through that have completed Prizes for read- these age groups are a point system. a new pro- year for middle and students. Each time a book of YOUR choice fill out an entry slip for the weekly drawing. No points to be earned, no tests to be taken. Sit back, relax and enjoy a good read. Prizes are awarded with a drawing from the entries made during that week. Prizes this year include coupons for treats from Dairy Queen Brazier, Chick-ill-AN, skating passes at The TRAC, Christian Skate Center, Summer Reading Club T-shirts sponsored by Troup Reads and First Flag Bank, Sneakers T- shirts, bookmarks, stickers, puzzles, toys, books, and Atlanta Falcon TM pennants, key chains, and more. We thank these businesses for their gen- erosity and their appreciation of the importance of promoting reading for fun! Volunteers to help with pro- grams and craft activities are needed. Contact the library at 706-637-6230. The "Merry Month of May" book sale continues with more selections added throughout the month Remember! Changes in book fines are effective at all branches of the Troup-Harris- Coweta Regional Library effec- tive June 1. Books returned after that date are subject to the increased fines, so get those overdue books in now. souls of all the faith- through the mercy ,rest in peace SYMPATHY to the families of Mr. Louie Flournoy and Ms. Jones Hines of Mrs. Mary M. of Newnan; Mr. John "J.H." Colton .... of Betty Jean of Dayton, Ohio, of Lone Oak, in their ANNIVERSARY :go out to the following Mr. and Mrs. Arenita) 'on their 26th on May 18; Mrs. Jeremiah (Linda) their llth on May 20; Mr. Tony (Jennifer) Dunton on May 20; Mr. and (Betty) Portress th on May 20; and Mr. John Andrew (Pearl) May 17. We wish them more! Ms. daughter of Ms. Jones of Atlanta,who from Georgia State on Saturday, May 13. She is also the grand- of the late Mrs. Phillips. Good luck, GREETINGS go Blount, Tamica Mrs. Johnnie Mae in memory of Mr. Brown, Ms. Annella Ms. Meredith Dean, ;hter (Loretta) Mr. Nathaniel Dean, Hall, daughter of Ms. Ms. Marie Hines, Grady, Alana Evette Grady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan (Sherry) Grady, Mr. L.D. Hines, Anthony Hodo, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Willie Frank (Mary Lou) McLaughlin, Mrs. Velma Mitchell, Mrs. Sandra Phillips, Mr. Keith Portress, Mr. Nathan Portress, in memory of Mr. Earl Pinson, Ms. Janice R. Sanders, Kernika Ann Janae Sewell, daughter ..... of  Mrs: Ca'men Wheelous, Ms. Rita Sewell, Mr. Reginald Stewart, fn-emory' of Ms. Rosa Pearl Strozier, in mem- ory of Mrs. Mildred E. Thomas, Mrs. Betty Jean Bailey, Mr. Nathaniel Tenney, and Ms. Thelma Wisdom. WE, THE MEMBERS og, the Greater Jehovah Baptist Church of Grantviile, welcome our new pastor, Rev. Billy Joe Glanton. THE HARDAWAY- PHILLIPS Family Reunion Committee will meet on Sunday, May 21 at the White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks at 2:00 p.m. For any information con- tact Mr. Quinton Dean at (706) 672-4685 or (706) 672-3142. THE WHITE PLAINS United Methodist Church, St. Marks Community invites everyone to their annual Won/en's and Mother's Day program on Sunday, May 21 at 11:00 a.m. With guest speaker, Rev. Valerie McNeil, pastor of Oak ridge C.M.E., Greenville, along with her church family. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasley is the associate pastor. The Community Gospel Male and Female Chorus will be cele- brating their 25th anniversary at the White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks beginning Saturday evening, May 27 at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, May 28 at 1:30 p.m. The public is cor- diaily invited. Seed for Thought: Sharp words can dull respect. Extra entire stock of re Mansour's Kit Infants, Toddlers, :er Ann - Tarot Card Reader g Tarot Card Reading Reading Chart Reading You have family troubles? Does happiness and seem to always leave you or someone you Are you worried or confused over prob- f love, marriage, business, luck or happiness? someone you know NEED HELP or AD- on any matter? Past, Present, or Future!! Submitted Photo ENTERTAINING: The McKameys, pictured here, will be appear- ing along with the Inspirations Friday night at the Gospel Barn in nearby LaGrange, a favorite night spot for many Hogansville resi- dents. Other performers are slated for Saturday, with shows both nights at 7 p.m. MAY 18 Strickland, Haley Hudgens. Cary Searels, Cory Searels, Presley Rich, Stephen Scantlin, MAY 22 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whitt, Amanda Jo Williams, anniversary. Jessica Wade, Nancy Jeanette MAY 19 Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Russ Brown, Ruben Brand, Audrey anniversary. Crews. MAY 23 MAY 20 Donny Turner, Gloria Gladys Boswell, Marie Little field, Karen Parham, Hines, William Joseph Teresa Bozeman. Holloway. MAY 24 MAY 21 Grace Duffey, Leslie Barry Bennett, Missy Williamson, Stacy Trammell, Hammett, Morris Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cato, Sandra Stephens, Tray anniversary. 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