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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2004 I),V;F: 5-A Reading Program Starts (Vacation Reading Program at Public Library begins reg- 1. to the Beat...READ!" is our for 2004. Lg penguins lead us in a musi- of the world of reading. Our first program is presented by Yvonne Bledsoe on Thursday, June 10 at 3 p.m. followed by more wonderful story- tellers: Akbar Imhotep on June 17, Pat Gay on June 24, Josie Bailey on July 1, Carol Cain on July 8. Eric Litwin on July 15, Melissa Howington on July 22 and Sondra Lee on July 29. Come into the library and register to receive a bag of goodies to get you started on a summer of reading fun. There will be lots of prizes and the more you read the more chances t.o win the grand prizes. A !% CD IRA Rollover 12 MONTH CD FDIC Insured TO SPEAK- Christ the King Charismatic Church will host the 2004 Convocation 6f the eorgia June 2-4. The annual meeting, which both clergy and laity, will feature Rev. Richard the guest speaker. Locally, the organization is by St. Matthew's on Main Street in which began two years ago. For additional call 770-252-2428. Christ the King Church located on Highway 34 between Peachtree City and Father David Epps is the church pastor. Cross Plans Blood Drive Hogansville on June 7 The American Red Cross will hold a community blood in Hogansville Monday, June 7 from 2 - 7 p.m. The will be held at Ebenezer Presbyterian Church on East in Hogansville. Area citizens are encouraged to participate as the Red historically experiences shortages in the blood sup- during the summer season. St. Matthews Launches New Service, New Place St. Matthews Charismatic Episcopal Church is moving to a Sunday Morning Service beginning on Pentecost Sunday, May 30. The service will begin at 10:30 a.m. in their new location, at 302 East Main St. in Hogansville,directly across from the Grant Hotel. St. Matthews will also be celebrating its 2nd anniversary on May 30th. For the past two years this CEC Mission has been serv- ing the sacrament of"Holy Communion" in Hogansville each Sunday, and is now offering the Eucharist on Thursdays at 7 p.m.as well. Following the service this Sunday morning all are invit- ed to stay for a meal in the Parish Hall. For more information call 637-5905. Myrtle Watts November 30, 1910 - May 19, 2004 Retired from Grantville Mills Myrtle Attaway Watts, 93, of GrantviLle, died Wednesday, May 19, at Spalding Regional Medical Center in Griffin. The funeral service was held at 11 a.m., Friday, May 21, in the chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Rev. Ed Wyatt officiated and interment was in the Grantville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bill Lowery, Lamar BurLs, Dan Nagel, Jerrell Joiner, Doug Attaway, and Douglas Jackson. Mrs. Watts was bern November 30,1910, in Coweta County, the daughter of the late Charlie and ].,aura Jones Attaway. She lived in Coweta County most of her life, was a member of the First Baptist Church of Grantville, and was retired from Grantville Mills. She was the wife of the late Reverend Charlie L. Watts. Survivors include a son and daughter in-law, Charlie and Eleanor Watts of Griffin; and several grandchildren, great- grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of HogansviUe was in charge of arrangements. Classified Bargains, 6-8A HARWELL, BROWN & HARWELL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 " 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown(~mail2.newnanutilities.org Gary W. Brown la AMERICAFIEqT GIjAk NTt ' 70H63.8046 Ask About Our Annuities & Long Term Care Insurance No F~ e~f fm e@ ~eJ, Not ~ to ~ ~r~es, Mi~l~ $5~ b~nk ~m~ FDI,, not AFG Lim~ea to one borlus CD ~r far,,:iy, S,b}ect ti ; "tt Other H~h Rates Available Hu mingbird St ion #1 .~-, |:~i ::|..,,,.~,. R#~~l~'i' 1879~EaSt M~in si: t,.,-..,kl,,.~.,.,...s~ .... ~ "--'.~"''d'--"" i "0GANSVILLE ~'S ~IR~ PLACE LOGS ~~r-~ S.~lesOR& ~ .F ~ ~'.~e%~L~seY L,~ran, ~63*%A~~" 637-6621 u. ! 637-9001 erV l: 8 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 637-8400 Try the BIG X'rl~ tt & H Builders Commercial and Residential Remodeling Concrete Work VAN"S HARDWARE &FannSuptdy 61bdusU nd. tloganm 631-6263 Terry Hester ~~ We C~g~ E~er)lhing Fresh .4~ Y~mr Site: FUNDRAISERS Fish Frv's Company Picnics Sporting Events ]~J~_~ 8924 Hamiltoa Rd. If you have a little land and a big dream,,, let's build.., together, 706dt8t-2t44 C Amen~'s Home Place, S~bjecl to M~g~e App~,al 1511HAM[TON re,P.O. BOX t171 70~84~5~ ~R3~I~ WePhan~e 70~88,3~9 the Wall [of many yeats, the churct~ that we alIend had / a small leak in the slate roof; and this would ~ I allow water to run down inside one of the i,I( walls and cause plas~ in one particular area "~,~'i ( to discolo and break away. And although , : I ~k there were numerous attempts to repair the tl.I leak and pl~er over the damaged area, the leak would real:~a[ and the disc01ofation and damaged pla~ would relum within a few """ mon~ ~er eao~ failed attempt. [very time I wenl Io church and saw I~ damaged wall, I wondered, do we d~.olo~ and deslroy out soul like this wall when we sin? When we show repenlance, and ask God's f~giver~s for out sinfulness, we make amends wi~ o~ Creator and our soul is reputed again. However, usually within a sho~ period of lime, the discol- ~ation and l~'eaking down dour soul begins, because although we may repefll, we hal always make a ~ong ee~h effort to fi~her refrain from our ~'ans~essions Our pastor, being a tenacious man, finally saw to it ~t the roof was re~aired I~'opefly and the wall has remained clean now for nearly a year S~milafly, we ~ld bej~ as tenacious about refraini~ from Claude A. McKibben & Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8623 We Sell ,,ill Types of Tires " HUBBARD & SPINKS Parts- Sen/r. 111,5 E. Main St. Ph(me: Hogansville, GA 307~30 { 7fl6) &37-6379 ~$ INSTALLATION I7-A Hwy. 29 South Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-9953 Crowder's Auto Repsir Shop and Towing Full Collision Repair Paint Matching Insurance Claims Welcome Frame Straightening 801 I/2 Hamilton Road LaG"ange, (706) 845-000t Mark K Gooch, Owner HogansviIIe Pharmacy Phil Waldrop 3(]0 Main Street '/t~ OLD CltIPLgY RD. PINE MOUNTAIN, GA 706-663-4603/ Sales Manager 706-882-6643 1006 Hogansville Rd. LaGrange, GA Res: 706-6374588 Fax: 706-84.%1753 1.-800-438-6127 Fish Fries Ribs Wings 706-882-6647 WE DELIVER DINF.-~ 1401 Hamilton Rd. LaGrange, GA Detailing & Restoring Color Automotive. Aircraft M~e 1417 Hogansville Rd. 706-882-7565 Walter Thompson, Owner