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P,\\;(;Ji: 6B Methodist Women Gather for Session By  United Methodist ii:i::i:o:iiii Women met May 14 at the home of George and Clara Andrews. The program was presented by Mrs. Andrews on "Naomi: tdness Swallowed Up by Joy." The program chairman reported, "Life is like a grind- stone, someone once said, and whether it grinds you down or polishes you depends on the stuff you are made of. It also depends on your view of God." President Thrash presented the devotion and welcomed the women's society including Clara Andrews, Angela Chambers, Wanda Costley, Gayle Jones, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome, Leslie like, Mae Towns and Alma Wood. Reports were presented by 1Yeasurer Jones and Secretary Towns. Plans were discussed on coop- eration with special events which were reported by Kay Humphries of the Administrative Council. Sunda; May 20th, was Senior Sunday. when the church honored the graduating seniors during the worship service and at a recep- tion. Under the direction of MYF leaders, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Chambers, the youth group pre- sented special choral music for the church. Seniors included Katie tderwood, Lisa Benson, Allison Thrash, Jacqueline Chambers, Jennifer Jones, Matthew Cosfley, Laura Perry; Iura Whitlock, and Stephanie Whitlock. The revival will be held Sunday. June 3, tlwough Tuesday, June 5, with a social hour at 6:00 p.m, and worship at 7:00 p.m. The Rev. Dr. Mark Spence, pastor of the Faith Baptist Church of Moreland, will be guest minister. The Rev. Dane Wagner, pas- tor of the Mountville United Methodist Church, announced special music each evening. Vacation Bible School of Mountville UM Charge will be held Saturday, June 2, 9 a.nx to 3 p.m at the MounWille United Methodist Church. Director children of Mountville and Big Springs area are invited. The VBS lead- iers include: Music - Dane and Marty Wagner; Bible and Mission Stories - Jeanne Bade, Navelle Wilkinson, Alison Wilson; Arts and Crafts - Nancy Newsome, Underwood; Coordinators of Church Activities (food) - Alma Wood, Jean Mote; Recreation - Calvin and Leslie Pike: Tour 'Oh Suzannah' Rendition Gets Sunshine Title Hannah Brackett was crowned "Miss Sunshine 2001" evening under the bright lights of Manchester High School's renovated, "like new" auditorium. The daughter of Roger and Belinda Bracket't, the poised and junior delighted the audience with her clever, upbeat rendition of "Oh Suzannah," in a routine entitled, "The Grand OIe Opry Goes to Carnegie Hall." OUT ,/Customer Service (Computer Literate) J Machine Operators (Excellent Pay) ,/Accounting Positions ,/P Positions (Heavy Lifting) " Administrative Positions ,/Dnver (Cass B) ,/Assembly (Must have excellent job time) ' Warehouse , (Heavy lifting) ,/Forklift Dnvers ,/Meat Cutter (Grocery store experience) CHASE STAFFING 20 Baker Rd., Suite 10 Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax 770252.2421 www.chasestaffing.com Restaurant on Monday, June 11, at a 12 noon luncheon. This is a special event to honor women's society officers, volun- teers and teachers who have served in the Mountville UMC and community during the past year. Mae Towns will serve as host- ess. HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - MAY 24, 2001 !\\; 'NOTE-ABLE' SOUNDS - The band File will be perfroming in LaGrange on Friday, June 8 as part of the Hydragea Festival. $$$$$ that fl . Receptionist "Iig & Mig Welders Heav , Medical Collections Medical ansurance, B) $ Newnan $$$$$$ ll 1 1 1 I i 1 1 i 1 1 i ) IN lUST FOR OUR STORE! Limit 1 r car. ID roquirGl. Expires ?/??/01 OUR BUYERS ARE BACK FROM ,THE. INTERNATIONAL FURNrrdRE MARKET AND TRUCKLOADS OF THE LATEST FURNITURE STYLES ARE ON THE WAY. BUT BI[FOR[ l'14.ESE TRUCKS ARRIVE WE MUST CLEAR THE DEC- MANAGEMENT HAS ORDERED MAY DAY MARKDOWNS ON ALL FLOOR SAMIH, J[ INVENTORY. SO DUItlNC, KINDER3 "MAY DAY3 SALE EVENT" WE ARI[ PRI[PARED TO TAlC:I[ A LOSS IF NECESSARY, EXAMINE THESE SPECIAL LISTINC, S AND HUIRY. I1"$ FIRST COME, FIRST SOLD. |LAY|Ill itlAII|/I Sa 35% to 50% off of all floor sample Claon Marcus. Many slyle and tabrlcs, If you ever wanted to own a quality piece ( upholster% now is the time to act! 9 If'Pal .=.. SOFT PLUSH PILLOW TOP SEATING - makes this leathermate rfa an exceptional value. Reg $1498 now only ........ SECTIONAl, SOFA fmddes corner wed and 2 flex back reclirs  sleeper. ..,.,... Sl $1198 "Beautiful details in all pieces. This TtLrned Beehive Pest bed specially priced wJtb .ONa TIDITIONAL STYLE LOUIS PlllLLIPE curio tale priced at CONTEM OAK FINISH t br-.4s accents. ,t pttt