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PAGE 10-A HOGANSV HOME NEWS - THURSDAY MAY 23, 2002 Written for May 9 As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Lucile Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Evelyn Arnold, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Freda Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, Lou Palmer, Lucy Cantrell, Wayne Butler, Wendy Irvin, Dorothy St. Clair, Randy Worley, Wayne Yarbrough, Lois Cottingham, Joy Palmer, Cindy McNalley, Haley Teasley and Gladys Partridge. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the family of Horace L. Carter, Sr. at his recent death. Worship With The Word: Rev. Harold Willis (Psalm 127). Happy anniversary wish- es go out to the following cou- ples: Mr. & Mrs. Marvin (Mary) Rosser on their 3rd on May 16; Mr. 7 Mrs. Joseph (Arenita) Godfrey on their 28th on May 18; Mr. & Mrs. Jeremiah (Linda) dean on their 13th on May 20; Mr. & Mrs. Tony (Jennifer) Dunton on their 6th on May 20 and Mr. & Mrs. Anderson (Betty) Portress on their 6th on May 20th. We wish them many, many more! Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Ms. Sonya Foster of Decatur in her death. She was the grand- daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. Perry (Ollie) Hamilton, Sr. May you rest in peace. Birthday greetings go out to: Mr. Alfred Clount, Tamica Bohannon, Mrs. Johrmie Mae Blount, in memory of Mr. Raymond. Brown. Mrs. Betty Jean Bailey, Ms. Annella Burston, Mr. Edward Colton, Mr. Nathaniel Dean, Sara Antoinette, granddaughter of Mr. & Mrs. Robert (Loretta) Freeman, Mr. Deon Grady, Alana Evette Grady, daugh- ter of Mr. & Mrs. Alan (Sherry) Grady, Mr. L.D. Hines, Anthony Hodo, Jr., in memory of Mrs. Geraldine H.Harden, Ms. Marie Hines, Mr. & Mrs. Willie Frank (Mary Lou) McLaughlin, Mrs. Meredith d. Mathis, in memory of Mr. Elisha McLaughlin, Mrs. Velma Mitchell, Mrs. Sandra Phillips, Ms. Janice R. Sanders, in memory of Ms. Rosa Pearl Strozier, in mem- ory of Mrs. Mildred Ellis Thomas, Jason Brown, Carlos Hardaway, grandson of Ms. Dorothy Hardaway, Mrs. Alice Mae Nails, Mr. Robert Rosser, Mr. Willie A. Rosser, Ms. Bobbie Jean Rutledge, and Mr. Lamar Thomas. Ms. Henrietta Nails Studstill of GrantviUe and Mr. Willie Frank Johnson, Jr. of Newnan announce their engagement and forthcom- ing marriage. Ms. Studstill is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Henry (Alice) Nails, of Grantville. Mr. Johnson is the son of the late Mr. Willie Frank Johnson,Sr. and Mrs. Gladys Johnson of Newnan. The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was, Come With Your Burdens. We had a children's home speaker during the May Sth morning worship hour, Mrs. Allison Hutcherson, Administrator of the Meansville Campus, Georgia Baptist Children's Home and Family Ministries. She told us of the ministry there and in closing read from Matthew 18: 10-14. Next Sunday, May 12 is our Children's Home Day offering. During the evening worship hour on May 5, Rev. Harold Willis contin- ued his Survey of the Bible with Hosea. May 12 is Senior Adult Day in our church with the Youth having a breakfast for those persons ages 55+ at 9 a.m. The next Sunday School fellowship will be May 19 beginning at 9:30 a.m. with refreshments provided by Sondra Lee and family. We have a Sunday School assem- bly each Sunday at 9:45 a.m. in the fellowship hall and is church-wide for all Sunday School classes. The Sunday morning services are being tape- recorded for our homebound members. If you are home- bound and would like to receive one or can deliver one to someone, please call the church office at 637-8731 leaving your name and phone number. The Betty Carpenter Circle met at the church May 6. Happy birthday May 22 to Rachel Hooten. The wedding will be Saturday, May 2Sth at 3PM at Seed for Thought: We are the Greater Jehovah Baptist all manufacturers making Church in Grantville. All goods, making trouble or friends, and relatives are making excuses. invited to attend. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks Community, invites everyone to their annual Women's and Mother's Day Program on Sunday, May 19th at llAM with guest speaker, Rev.Lucy Stanley, associate pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasley is the associate+pas - tor. Birthday greetings go out to: Mignon Bohannon, in memory of Mrs. Lillian Mere Bailey, Sharliane Bussey, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hosiah. (Rosetta) Thompson, St., Ms. Jeanette Cameron, Ms. Annette C. Dennis, in memory of Mr. Stark "Pete" Ellis, Sr., Mrs. Sharon T. Bussey, Christie Brooke Fields, granddaugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley (Ann) Arrington. By ALL SMILES - David Boggs (L) and wife Ella (R) of Manchester chat with Peg McKameys, who performed at Hoofer's Gospel Barn last week. The facility attracts a large crowd from the Hogansville area. Tune in to Televi Job Fair on June The Georgia Department of Labor's 8th annual job fair will air live on Sunday, June 2 on Georgia Public Television (GPTV) stations across the state from 2 -4 p.m. Job Fair 2002, "Surviving and Thriving in Today's Job Market," will give viewers information on where the jobs are throughout the state and how to successfully pur- sue them. "This event is a great opportunity to reach thou- sands of Georgians in every part of our state with infor- mation that will improve their chances of success as they seek employment or training to enhance their careers. Experts will show viewers how to survive and actually thrive in the current job market," said State Labor Commissioner Michal Thurmond. "We're looking forward to helping job seekers and employers learn more about the resources that are avail- able to them and how to put those resources to work." The job fair will feature a wide variety of available jobs from throughout the state. Career development experts and employers will provide job-seeking tech- niques, as well as strategies on how to plan and achieve a successful career in rapidly-changing job Attention will be job seekers with needs, such as youth, with disabilities, and workers. Dr. Ken Breeden, missioner of the Adult Education, and Newsome, director Georgia Student Commission, will a the job fair to training available Georgia technical and how the Hope and Scholarship make training all. + / :i,ii/ +:  /iiii /'*\\; / \\;\ \\; PLUS WHEN THURSDAY. MAY 23 n" FRIDAY. MAY 24 TM SATURDAY. MAY 25 TM MONDAY. MAY :27 TM I/ I V JOBS ,/Welders. Immediately / Machine Operator /customer Serv00 Rep.- (pompu00r s00Us) / Production Workers / General Labor (Heavy Ung) / CDL Drivers II A Stamng 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.com EOE I Starting @ *I 7,900 Starting @ 4 "24,900 _ . j TUNDRA . 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