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L PAGE 5 - HOGANSVIIJ,E HERALD - MAY 27, 1999 First Baptist Happenings BY PATTI PHILLIPS to two of School classes on 100% perfect atten- ght by V.R. Adult Choir special morning was, "Our God which included Let Be Glory and Honor and We Declare Your r Is Our God. Thurman Henderson's Sunday morning was, We Need Redemption" 3:2-7). night was Youth our church with them of the service. g the serv- a reception held in in the church fel- finger foods served. new member: Martin. zs to Aaron of Oneida, New at the birth of their daugh- Ann Evans on May 9 lb. 7 oz. Bill and the proud grand- Lee has been select- a varsity football cheer- recognized for in CP Economics, CP Geometry. She is a ninth grade student at Callaway High. Stuart Lee and Paul Keith both made the A and B honor roll for the year and Nick Suddath made all A's for the year. All three are in the sixth grade at Callaway Middle. These were recognized recent- ly at Honors Day. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Louise Wilson, Don Swanson, Winifred Green, Keith Brown, Epsie Sarah Driver, Mr. and Mrs. Marion partridge, Lurlie Hurley, C.E. Stevenson, Lucille Friend, Lucile Wilson, Barry Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Chaffin, Virginia Taylor, Eva Strickland, Ruby Teel, Pauline Powers, Clyde Burks, Mable Hall, Ella Pittman, David AlJen Currie and Mae Foster Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of: Lois O'Neal, Kaitlyn Denise Washington, Sgt. 1st Class Rodger T. Paterson (Retired), Mildred Parham and Frank Gattis at their recent deaths. On Sunday, May 30 we are having Teacher Appreciation Day at our church at the 11 a.m. morning worship hour. This is in honor of Hogansville school faculty and personnel. We are inviting them and their families to come worship with us. A covered dish lunch will be served afterwards in the church fellowship hall. The Hogansville Ministerial Association sponsors a Fifth Sunday night song service. This is May 30 at 7 p.m. The service is going to be at the Ebenezer Presbyterian Church. Congratulations to: Candi Kelley of Chickamauga upon her high school graduation. She is the daughter of Phil and Cathy Kelley and granddaughter of Alvin Irvin. Joey Katter, a home-school student upon his completion of his secondary education and winning of a golf scholarship to Life University. He is the son of Tony and Marsha Katter and grandson of Jack and Joyce Williams; Devlin Spradlin, who graduates in June from Auburn University, com- missioned 2nd Lt. in the Marines. His parents are Howell and Nadine Spradlin. And James Howell (Jay) Spradlin and Kimberly Erin Brock who are graduating from Callaway High School. Howell and Nadine Spradlin are the grandparents. First Baptist is located in Hogansville at 500 East Main Street. We give a cordial invitation to you to come worship with us if you don't have a church home. Funeral Notices T. Peterson, Jr. of Hogansville; two daughters, Mrs Romana Welnitz of Hickory, North Carolina and Mrs. Michelle Cook of LaGrange; his moth- tirei Sergeant First Class  ;hT Peterson, 7 I, of Hogansville, ns ursday, May 20 at his home. "neral service was conducted at ph '2Uaday, May 23 in the Chapel ," I  -zaude A. McKibben and Sons eral Home in Hogansville. rl naent was in the Corinth Cemete . lay ,, .fifll. p t "tary honors. $ i reterson was born September ;tl7 ill Cleveland, Ohio, and lived 7]astleberry, Florida before making aOme in Hogansville in 1990. He 7,]1 nl from the U.S. Army in 1969 21 years of service, andwas a vet- ; i the Korean and Viemam , Ict fedF  fromMaitland . ce, and was a member 6f Smith' : Masonic Lodge in mole my.  slaMVors include one son, Rodger !1 . ei Used Homes for sale :  developed lots for rent t er, Mrs.Vivienne Peterson of Hogansville; seven grandchildren, Mary Christina Myers, Robert Christopher Peterson, Peter R. Welnitz, Eric Thomas Welnitz, Tiffany Welnitz, Charles Thompson and Lee Holman; and two great-grandchildren. The ClaudeA. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Frank H. Gattis Frank H. Gattis, 65, of the St. Marks Com.n3uty of.Meriwether County, diedturd:ay, May 22 at West Georgia Medical Ceffter /i LaGrangel The funeral service was conducted Monday, May 24 at Union Baptist Church in St. Marks The Reverend BillDeakins offi- ciated and interment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Chuck Cato, Hank Foster, Bud Steele, Bart Johnson, Stanley Wheelus and Floyd Jumper. Mr. Gattis was born April 5, 1934 in Monroe, son of the late Gleaton and Bunnye Boyce Gattis. He had lived in outSves  bei a family St. Marks since 1978, was a member ;,.==.,.Ommunity. We are located of UnionBaptistChurchandhadserved )lqc'z'a' small town 0f Hog ansville in the National Guard. He was the t l 0 just one mile from 1-85. retired owner of several retail busi- wn m .rye I 00]From Bad Attitudes, Poor Service and Irreconcilable Differences You and Sunshine Rental A Union That Will Last Rent To Own 00Udio,;Video, Appliances, Furniture 637-4354 :06 East Main St. Hogansville, GA COMETO INORK FOR US , .. AS A CARTER EMPLOYEE ', ALEADING MANUFACTURER O F CHILDREN'S CLOTHES '' Jobs Available For ...... Plckere, Packer, Stickerere No Experience Necessary ..., Third Shift 11:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. -  !Sundlw Night thru Thursday Night) Includes Shift Premium &a I Carter Employee ou will opportunity for ex y have an .ellentssminge through our incentive pay plan end a .... , , competitive benefit package. ' " 'Apply Mondeye thru Thursdays 7:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon "' ' .... end ,. 12:30 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. The William Carter Company 67 Industrial Road Hogensville, GA Survivors include his wife, Mrs Linda Walker Gattis of St. Marks; one son, Mitch Gattis of St. Marks; two stepsons, Kevin W. Walker of Senoia and Gregory A. Walker of St. Marks; three sisters, Miss Charlotte Gattis of Marietta, Mrs. Betty Bryant of Good Hope, and Mrs Nan Whisman of Greer. South Carolina; two brothers, James B. Gattis of Downers Grove, Illinois and Nathan Gattis of Monroe; one granddaughter, Novella Marie Gattis; and seven step-grandchildren, Jim Walker, Jason Walker, Kristina Walker, Ashley Psathis, Bradley Psathis, Michael Briley and Nikki Blanton. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Mildred E. Parham Mrs. Mildred EUerbee Parham, 77, of Hogansville, died Sunday, May 23 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The funeral service was con- ducted Tuesday, May 25 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home. The Reverend Charles Ritter, the Reverend Marion Shivers, and the Reverend Rance Sprayberry officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Jim Askew, Hancel Mason, Ezra Whitmore, Roger Parham, Charles Parham, and Bill Robertson. Honorary pallbearers were Hub Griffith, Robert Kennemer and Wayne Garner. Mrs. Parham was born August 15, 1921 in Porterdale, daughter of the late Hardy Graham Ellerbee and the late Lillie Dailey Ellerbee. She had lived in Hogansville since 1945 and was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Hogansville and the Annie Pearl Darden Circle. She was a grad- uate of St. Margaret's School of Nursing in Montgomery, Alabama and was a retired registered nurse. Survivors include her husband, Render T. Parham of Hogansville; one daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. (Jane) Wynn, Jr. of Carmllton; one son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. Terrell (Margaret) Parham, Jr. of Jonesboro; and three grandchildren, Miss Emily Wynn of Statesboro, Joel Wynn of Carrollton and Miss Keri Parham of Jonesboro. The ClandeA. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Grantvill&Lone Oak St. Happy Anniversary wishes go out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Tommie (Jacquelyn) Davis on their 4th on May 27 and Mr.and Mrs. Randy (Debra) Stevens on their 6th on May 29. We wish them many, many morel A very special happy birth- day to Keioshna Mesha Porter on her fourth birthday on May 31. Remember that I love you-- from Mr. Stanley Porter of Hogansville. Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mr. Frank H. Gattis of St. Marks in his death. 'Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal." We're sorry to report that Mr. Thomas Smith of Grantville is a patient at Columbia Peachtree Regional Hospital in Newnan. We wish him a speedy recovery! Birthday greetings go out to: Orethah Burston, LaTasha Colton, daughter of Thelma Colton, Rosa Mac "Sham" Cousins, Darron Dean, Albert Dean, Ashley Parks, grand- BY JANIE ELLIS daughter of Mr,. and Mrs. Hosiah (Rosetta) Thompson, Sr., in memory of Mrs. Louisiana Phillips, Mr. Derrick Patterson, Mr. Ralph Rice, in memory of Mr. Rufus Rosser, Mr. Leonard Sewell, in memory of Mrs. Brazola Stanley, Mr. Robert "Red" Stewart, Mr. Roy "Pee- wee" Stewart, Mrs. Georgia Hines, Mrs. Janie B. Hines, Mr. Joseph Godfrey, Kumaskia Mechez Thomas, son of Ms. Ann Thomas and Mr. Scotty Render, Chief James Walker, Ms. Melissa Wheelous and Mary White, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny (Sara) Allen. , Mayor's Senior Citizens Ball and Banquet (Mayor Bill Campbell) was held on Monday evening at the Hyatt Regency downtown, Atlanta. The Luthersville senior citizens were among the crowd. The Luthersville senior cit- izens will be selling fish and chit- terling plates ($6.00 per plate) on Friday, May 28 at the center, Marks News beginning at 10 a.m. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks invites everyone to their chil-' dren and yough day on Sunday, May 30 at 11 a.m. with guest speaker, Minister R. Majors. Rev. WE. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasteyis asso- ciate pastor. Arbor Chapel United Methodist Church, Durand, invites everyone to its 123rd Church Anniversary on Sunday, May 30 at 2 p.m. with guest preacher, Rev. J.D. Walker, pas- tor of New Hope Baptist Church, Manchester and Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Woodbury. Rev. W.D. Geter is the pastor. The public is cor- dially invited. All Campground Cemetery families are asked to meet the first Sunday in June immedi- ately after service at the White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks. Ms. Annice Griggs, President. Have a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend! Moun W/lle News Spring Revival services at Mountville United Methodist Church will be held Monday, June 7, through Wednesday, June 9, at 7 p.m. The guest preacher will the Ray. Mrs. Helen Freeman Henry, Associate Minister, LaGrange First United Methodist Church. The Rev. Richard L. McMahan, pastor of the Mountville Circuit, (which includes Mountville, Big Springs, and Odessadale United Methodist Churches), invites everyone to the Mountville revival. Special music will be pre- sented by BaBe McMahan; and Methodist Youth Fellowship, directed by Dr. and Mrs. Richard Chambers. Willette Phillips, pianist; Mac Towns, organist; and Pastor McMahan, song leader, will assist with con- greg .afi'onal music, Organized in .... 1828, Mountville United Methodist Church is located in the oldest settlement and highest point in Troup County (LaGrange District). The church is on Georgia Highway 109 East-ten miles fl'om LaGrange. The Rev. Mrs. Helen Freeman Henry was born in LaGrange to the late Joe and 00ofGod BY JOYCE RICHARDSON "God is my strenght and power, and He makes my way perfect." 2 Samuel 22:33 Keep trusting in Christ. He's our ultimate source of power. You may not be the strongest or the greatest, Your presence may not even count at all; But when-you put your trust in Jesus' power You are assured He'll never let you fall. -Hess God's strength is best seen in our weakness. Bro. Hill's text Sunday morning was Rex,. 2:25. Sunday evening the message was from Matthew 26:36-41. Johnnie and Mable WiUiamson attended services Sunday evening at the Community Missions Chtwch in Franklin where Bro. Johnnie was the guest preacher. Judy and Mike Thomaston attended the Gore Reunion in Geraldine, Alabama Sunday. F YOU'VE BEEN TURNED Dq Steer a Course to Mark Levy Auto Center It's Sim to Bu, a Caril! Driver's License Social Security # Down Pymt. Cannot be currently in Chapter 13 Proof of residence (2) Current L.E.S. THAT IS ALL YOU NEED TO RIDE! i we -,re the credit Specialists ands down. Come in & ride out in your vehicle today. 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe 4 DR, completely loaded, leather, only 29,000 miles $25,850 1994 Chevrolet Cemaro 2 Dr., good miles. fancy wheels $7S MARK LEVY AUTO CENTER 2710 Manchester Expwy. Exit: 5-B 1-185 324-1818 BY IAE TOWNS Emmie Sue Freeman, and was educated in the LaGrange Public Schools. She earned her bachelor of arts degree in English from Emory University and a master of divinity degree from Candler School of Theology. Rev. Henry is an Ordained Elder in the North Georgia con- ference of The United Methodist Church. She spent ten years serving churches in the South Georgia Conference (including Macon and Buena Vista) before moving to North Georgia. In the LaGrange District, she served as pastor of Pleasant Grove UMC before coming to LaGrange First United Methodist Church as associate minister. The Mountville speaker is married to George M. Henry, a physician practicing psychia- try with the CLark-Holder Clinic in LaGrange. He is the son of the late Dr. Waights G. Henry, Jr., and Mamie Lark Henry. (Dr. Waights Henry, Jr. served as President of Birthdays & LaGrange College for 30 years and Chancellor for 10 years). The Rev. Mrs. Helen Freeman Henry and her hus- band Dr. Georga Henry have four married sons, three grand- sons and one granddaughter. Bible Baptist Sunday School is at 10 a.m. Morning worship service is at 11 a.m. Rev. Prescott's mes- sage was taken from Revelations 4:1-5. There will be no darkness. There willbe light. Acts 27:9, Psalms 103:3. There will be no disease in Heaven. We had five visitors. Evening services are at 7. His text was taken from Luke 17:11-20. We had four visitors. Wednesday night prayer service is at 7 p.m. Contihue to pray for the sick, shut-ins, elderly, the sin sick and those whose loved ones have passed away. We invite you to come wor- ship with us. Anniversaries May 27-Brent Fuller May 28-Ellen Tiffany, Wynette Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spradlin May 29-Glenda Friend, Phyllis Wegienka May 30-Helen Terrell, Hilton Odom, Jim Keith, Jody McDaniel, Kristin Pittman, Lillie Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Saucier, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Davis May 31-Alvin Lankford, Alyson Lee, Ashley Williams, I I I Burt Toney-Kara York, Mavis Phillips, Virginia Artley June 1-Amber Johns, Anita Williams, Brenda Broach, Linda Broach, Linda Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. David Gill June 2-Doc Phillips, Grant Arrington, Randall Williamson READ AND USE HERALD CLASSIFIEDS 846-3188 I Illll ]fill PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT MERIWETHER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION NOTIFICATION OF DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS On June 25, 1999, according to the State's six (6) year timeline for retaining special education records, special education records will be destroyed on any special edu- cation student who has not received services for the past six (6) years (since 1993). You have a right to have a copy of these records. If you wish to have a copy of these records or you have any questions, please feel free to call the Department for Ser- vices for Exceptional Students at 706-672-4810. I NATIONAL DIABETIC WELLNESS