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Baptist of the Week: Tab Harold Willis's message was "A Place to (Deuteronomy 6: 1- night was "For the Evil Side" (Mark 3: 20- g the Baptist Study on Wednesday new members: ehaffin (Sunday morn- was baptized that and Sharon Cantrell 'night). all the high college graduates as received honors schools. PRAY, remember: Avis Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde , Mozelle Dial, Pauline Powers, C.E. Stevenson, Mr. Swanson, and Chris sympathy is families of Mrs. l)uncan and Mrs. Margie Combs at their recent Bible School will be Sunday, June 4 - June 8 for ages 2-13 for infants and L 6:00- Thursday night is com- for pupils and their with a hot dog supper. On Saturday afternoon, June 3 from 2-4 p.m. at the church, we are going to have registration, games and*refreshments. The theme this year is an ocean theme: "The Fantastic Good News Ocean Odyssey...Diving Into the Depths of God's Faithfulness." Flyers will be passed out Saturday morning, May 27th publicizing our Vacation Bible School. NOTICE: The Vacation Bible School refreshment committee is in need of soft drinks, pre-sweet- ened Kool-Aide and cookies. Please see either Jane Bozeman or Jean Miller to dbnate these items or money to buy them if you prefer. Children, if you haven't reg- istered for the Western Baptist Association Children's Camp, there is still time. The camp is to be held at Rockridge Baptist Assembly on July 24-27 and is for ages 9-12. The cost is $75.00 per person with a $25.00 registration fee. For registration forms or more information, please contact Tony or Beth Maxwell. PLEASE BE PRAYING for the Southern Baptist Convention as it meets in June at Orlando, Florida. First Baptist Church is locat- ed at 500 East Main Street, Hogansville. We invite you to come worship with us if you don't have a church home. Rev. Harold Willis is the pastor. United Methodist 15 at the home of and Clara Andrews in Marty Wagner pre- program on Part II of ," and dis- notes on the Bible study of letter in'Second Wagner led the UMW in and answer period ;injudg- *ritical, social and moral you; people who tend and how do Paul's you to change?" Helen Thrash wel- read an article on e of Time; and prayed the were present Gayla Jones and participat-  Program included: Clara Wanda Costley, Gayla WiUette Phillips, Helen Thrash, Mac Whitlock, Alma 0f MountviUe; and Marty Olympic Olympic Golf held recently at Appreciation was expressed to the Rev. Dane Wagner, pastor, and all members who helped with charge-wide Holy Week services and events for MountviUe, Big Springs and Odessadale United Methodist Churches. President Thrash led the group in a discussion of current contribu- tions for"Lifeline" service to a shut- in; and gifts to the Interfaith Food Closet. Past President Clara Andrews Will check on "Lifeline" and Chairman Jean Mote will deriv- er food and/or checks to the Food Closet. VICE PRESIDENT and Program Chairman Leslie Pike dis- cussed with the women's society a family night picnic in July. Date and place will be announced later. The UMW made plans for vol- unteers to provide flowers for the church sanctuary and maintain church grounds from July 2000 through June 2001. Everyone is requested to help clean the church cemetery. THE REV. DANE Wagner, pas- tor of the Mountville United Methodist Circuit, announced a revival will be held at the Mountville UMC from Monday, June 19, through Wednesday, June 21, at 7:00 p.m. The Rev. Dana A. Everhart will be the revival's guest minister. He is currently pastor of Bright Star Golf Course. United Methodist Church in were: Age 55-69: DouglasviUe. The outstanding min- place; Frank ister has formerly served church- second place; Dan es in Moreland, Cartersville, Elberton and Augusta. Perk Hammett, The next UMW meeting will be ;Tommy Thrower, sec- a luncheon held on Monday, June Bob Knighton, third 12, 12 o'clock noon, at the Taste of Lemon Restaurant. Mae Towns will and over: Charles serve as hostess for the annual Pete Oliver. women's society event. . HOGANSVILLE'S , ROGER'S UE @ Exit 28, H0gansville, GA (706) 637.4100 Eddie Striblin - Owner LIVE MUSIC DAY WEEKEND FRI SAT MAY 25,26,27 Country & Western Vocalist Keith Chandler 6-9 PM Nightly Come Join The Fun! -HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS- MAY 25, 2000 - PAGE dA CaRaway Holds Spring Athletic Banquet i - ' '  "  " " did the award ' r:?d:lSlOO:24?07dl:l.t LK:rr;enallwe?'j:iah2Yen: Ch:oiSs.Palmertn STheiCallaway High school average. Sarah Marshal, Erin Martin, Tomorrow Jenkins and Detris Spring Athletic Awards Program Boys Tennis Team: Patrick Laura Perry, Amanda Pike, Misty Ward again shared Girls Most was held at the school cafeteria Smith, Greg Bailey, Brett Smith, Schmitt, Ashley Louise Smith, Valuable Player. recently. Mat Ogletree, Travis Chaffin, Ashley Smith, Holly Smith, Girls Track: LaShandra Athletic Director Chuck Richard Chambers, Brett Samantha Stogner, Christina Atcherson, Karmarcha Martin, Hunsicker served as master of Chapman, Lewis I.owe. Thompson. Shari Cox, Deveta Lakes, Jamie ceremonies. He told those in Coach's Award winner was Rife, Suzanne Hollowell, attendance, in the five sports rep- THE BIG SURPRISE in Caitlin Bruggeman. Best Defense Bridgette Tigner, Rashun Jeter, resented at the banquet, 144 stu- Callaway soccer was Jamaal plaque went to Charlotte Dollar. Carla Winston, Crystal Ward, dents had participated. Callaway Keyton. Coach Mark Veon report- Samantha Stogner was Best Taylor Anderson, Erin Chandler, has a student body of 600 which ed that Keyton's "head shots" left Offensive Player. Kisha Owens, Stacy Smith, Stacy means 25% of the student body the teams breathless. Senior Fitzpatrick, Tomorrow Jenkins, had participated in sports activi- Jamaal Keyton made big contri- BASEBALL WAS presented Detris Ward, Krystle Nelson. ties. butions to this year's Cavalier by head coach Kevin Jones, Boys Track: Greg Smith, Jon Hunsicker felt this was football and basketball teams. Colonel Stanfield and Coach Thornton, McArther Jennings, ver"significant" and shows the Keyton made an unexpected Meadows. Senior Ben Williams Reggie Jackson, "Jim Bowie, amount of support athletics at the appearance for and did the impos- played shortstop and was Most Marquis Rosser, Mario Towns, school receives from parents and sible by scoring a goal in his first Valuable Player. Alex Freeman Mark Hajdasz, Cory Hixon, students, varsity soccer game. Phillip was Best Defensive Player. Nick Marcus Snellings, Chris Smith, A record crowd of almost 300 Carpenter was voted the Best Philpot received an award for KarlHajdasz, Amahad Mitchell, attended the program. Offensive Player and Zack Speer Most Outstanding Offensive Keon Copeland, Mario Reeves, was the Best Defensive Player. Player and Jason Towns for Most Brian Williams, Curtis Hopsin, THE FIRST AWARD presen- Improved. Demetrius Smith, Nate Tatum, tations were made by golf team THE FOLLOWING Norman Boykin, Deon Boykin, head coach Chip Giles. This year RECEIVED award letters, pins, OTHER PLAYERS received Courtney Grier, Jere Daniel, Ken Callaway fielded three teams, 23 or certificates. Presentations letters, pins, certificates as fol- Grissom, Mike Green, Fred athletes: boys and girls varsity were made by assistant coach lows: Tigner. and a boys junior varsity. The Chris Rippy. Varsity: Marcus Williams boys varsity placed 4th in Region Boys Varsity Soccer Team Ryan DeLong, C.J. Carter, Ben 5A. Senior Jonathan Pike is Roster: J.D. Bfirrett, Phillip McWhorter, JustinLee. Callaway's first four year letter- Carpenter, Corey Czarnonycz, JuniorVarsity:JosephBrown, man in golf. He also received the Ryan Czarnonycz, Will Drake, Jia Denver Carter, Michael Fannin, In Loving Memory of Coach's Most Valuable Player He, Franklin Jackson, Johnny Brian Hester, Mitch Johnson, Mr. Stark "Pete" Ellis, St. award. Junior Chris Murrell Johnson, JamaalKeyton, Stephen Charlie Karvelas, Brent Matheny, 5-13-10 - 5-25-84 received the Coach's Award, Merna, Lamar Rhodes, Russell I)ewayne Murphy, Richard Seventeen years ago today, Heather O'Neal was the girls Simpson, Bickram Singh, Daniel Sawyer, Brett Smith, Chad 2hllusl you completedthejourneyoflife. MVE Snider, Zack Speer, Dustin ,lake Walls, Nick White, Cory At that time we faced the task of Stelzer, Michael Watts, Matthew Williams. learning to live without you and THE FOLLOWING received Williams, Brad Aldrich, Wally it was difficult. We find peace in letters, pins and recognition for Barrett, Clay Hewett, Joseph CALLAWAY HIGH WON the the fact that you are no longer golf: Knight. state track in 4 x 100 meter for suffering but enjoying the pleas- Varsity Boys: Jonathan Pike, Girls Varsity Soccer Team the second year in a row. Team ures and joys that only Heaven Chris Murrell, Jason Pike, Chris Roster: Mandy Aldrich, Caitlin members: Jere Daniel, Mike can bring. You live in our hearts Hubbard, Ricky Thrash, Dusty Bruggeman, Jacqueline Green, Deon Boykin, and andminds. Sledge, Bryan Smith; Chambers, Charlotte Dollar, Courtney Grier. Head track coach The Ellis Family Varsity Girls: Heather O'Neal, Becky Hughes, Leora Wright; J.V. 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