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By Bryan Getm AM I? - Tom Sills of Chatt-Flint RDC in Franklin and Councilman Jack Leidner look at the revised city weeks council meeting. The city council voted to call on June 3 so the citizens can voice their opin- the new comprehensive plan for Re city. takes a mixture of bitter to season our lives them complete. anniversary wishes Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hines, who are their 34th wedding this week and Mr. Tommie (Jacquelyn) their 7th on May 27. &apos;more! sorry to report that James Sewell of t Newnan We wish him a speedy ,! happy to report that from Beautieu Center. birthday wishes go the following people: Mrs. Burston, Ms. Latasha Thelma Ms. Rosa Mae Cousins, Andre , Ms. LaTonya Gunnells, Harris, Mr. Thomas Mondre Hussey, Ms. daughter of Mrs. C. Jones, Mrs. Georgia H. Janie B. Hines, Mr. Godfrey, Ms. JoAnn in memory of Mr. Matthews, Briana great-granddaughter Josephine Rosser, in of Mrs. Louisiana Mr. Ralph Rice, ' of Mr. Rufus Rosser, Elsie Portress, grand- Mr. and Mrs. John (Alice) .Portress, Mr. Rhodes, Ms. Vickie Ms. LaTonya Rhodes. of Mr. Leonard '. memory of Mr. Earl, m memory of Ms. Mamie Kernika Sewell, Mrs. Rosa Wflkerson, Ms. Thelma and Jessica V. Hall, vls. Tanisha Tucker. to Ms. N. Studstill and Mr. Frank Johnson, Jr.. who A very special happy birth- day to Keioshna Mesha Porter on her seventh birthday on May 31. Remember that I love you, from Mr. Stanley Porter of Hogansville. Happy anniversary goes out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Randy (Debra) Stevens on their 9th on May 29 and Mr. and Mrs. Dexter (Mary) Owens on their 6th on June 1st. We wish them man; many more! Birthday greetings go out to: Mr. Darron Dean, Mr. Albert Dean, Sontreon Tonmecia, daughter of Ms. Sonja Addle, Ms. Gloria O Easter, Mr. Robert tlines, Ms. Deborah Brown, Mr. Jerome Nails, Corey B. Parks, son of Ms. Sharon Dean. Mr. Derrick Patterson, Ashley Parks, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hosiah (Rosetta) Thompson, St., Mr. James Edward Stewart, in memory of Mrs. Brazola Stanley, in memo- ry of Mr. David Studstill, Mr. Robert "Red" Stewart, Mr. Roy "Pee-Wee" Stewart, Kimaskia Mechez Thomas, grandson of Mr. Ben Thomas, Dereka Brown, Mr. James Walker, father of Mrs. Mary Sewell, Ms. Melissa Wheelous, Mary White, grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny (Sara) Allen, in memory of Mrs. Emma Hawkins, Destiny Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William (Deborah) Robinson, Mr. Jarrett Johnson, in memory of Ms. Ollie Fitten, Mrs. Tommie Ann Lax, Ms. Annie R. Reese, Mr. Marvin Leuqs Snellings. Mrs. Petula H. Petty. Ms. Martba W Stewart. Jonathan Robertson and Mr. Roger williams. You are invited to attend the 121st anniversary of the Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks comhihnity on Sunday, June 9 at 11:30 a.m. Rev. Marquise L. Hardrick, Sr. will be the guest minister, along with Oak Ridge C.M.E. Church fam- ily. Vacation Bible School will be held at the Bethlehem Baptist Church. St. Marks community on June 10 through 14 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily. All chil- dren are invited to attend. Rev. C.A. Black is the pastor and Rev. Lucy Stanley is director of Vacation Bible School. Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Lucy Shelton of CreenviUe in her death. Wishing you peace and comfort. Seed for Thought: To every- thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under Heaven. the Greater Jehovah GrantviUe. The of Mr. and Henry (Alice) Nails of The bridegroom is of the late Mr. Willie Sr. and Mrs. Johnson of Newnan. a reception at the Panther Creek Center in Sargent. be in Paris, will reside : We wish report that Miller. Sr. of is home from the hos- aicely. First Baptist Ha " By t'atti Phillips As you pra}. remernt:, Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Lucile Wilsm. Mr. and :3h _. v. %,he Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Evelyn Arnold..d.-.ry Kathryn Gillespie, Freda Ket]e.v, :',larc:}ite Br,mssard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, "Ibm Flourn,r,'. !.ou Palmer, Lucy Cantrelt, \\;Dyne Bm;er, Wendv lrvin, Dorothy St. Clair, Randy Wrle,, Wa.ne Yarbrough, Lois Cottingham. John Palnmr, Cindy McNalley, Haley Teasle}; Henry Atle. Mavis Phillips, Edward Rowe, Gladys Partridge, Mildred McWhorteL Fannie Allen, Geneva Maxwell ttorace WorMy and Brian Calhoun. Mr. and Mrs. l_z.wi: Phillips and Miss Patti Phillips of Hogansville and Mrs. A[ldy Rhodes and Meredith of Brooks atwnded the 1161h homecoming of Bethel Christian Church on the GIer, n R(md m Heard CounW on -,lay I9. t me of the -pecial music pieces was ren- dered b.v Bt:veri:: and Meredith Rhodes. Deacon of the Week: Joe Travis (May 19). The refieshment> for the Sunday School fellow- ship of May I9 ',vc: t- furnished by Sondra Ime and family' Vrship With The \\;V,rd Stuart l,ee reading John 13:34-35 (May 19' ,,nd ,lordon Douglas reading Hebrews 12:t-2 .\\;l>J?" 26,. Association .Mtssi,m,. Week began May 19. The Adull Ch,i):,pvcla music May 19 was "Wherever You (i,)" (m bon)c of our sound tech Alyson Lee) and "'Goi,*  )m" l.c hc:'s'"  accompamed by inter- im plants: Rachei H,:::) on May 26 Coneramlatior> h Aiysoh I.ee and Travis Chaffin upon their graduation I", ,m Ca!la ay High School. Rev, Harold Wi.s <. ued hs series of sermons on the Christia hom: iJ< 9 vcith "'4 ilommandments for Chrislia It,r.-c-," .: h;: }  15.2 . That night, he contm:,ed his Su:','el, ,: r,v Isibie with a(mI. On May 25, his Memc, ra[ lrr. -crvice sermon was "Our Heritage" (tlebre\\;v., 2 i.-i, That ni,'_,ht, he continued his Sum'ey of the Bibtt. ;,ih Amos AWANA Ctub:a Av, a:'J5 banquet is June 1 at or church beginning at ,:30 pm. with the speaker, Start Roughton, who is the Student Resource Officer for the Coweta County Sheriff's Department. On June 2. we will host the Hogansville City Employees for a F, ecnition and Appreciation Day at 11 a.m. with a covered-dish !unch immediately fol- lowing in the church fellowship hall. This includes the City Council. all department employees and the City, Police t)epartmen Mr. and Mrs. Skeet htlinlgton were honored with a surprise birthday party at Lake Hartwell on SaturdaE May 18th by their daughter and son-law, Jo Anne and David Hermlon. Approximately 3.5-40 fam- ily members ano friends enjoyed a pig roast, bonfire and live entertainment. Jean Eilington's birthday was May 15 and Skeet Ellineton' birthday was May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Ix-v:i< Phillips and Patti attended the Grace Christian Acadvmy at Fayetteville's,Talent Chapel May 21. Mcr*.:&tb le.h(}des piayed the piano. Then. on May 24. they attended !he Grace Christian Academy A',v:rd A-em-,lv a which Meredith received ma>\\; boo;> .......... Joe,Lee, Atyson and Stuart. While here, they attend- ed the away High School graduation exercises on May 25 in which Alyson Dee was a participant. We were hap0y to have many visitors with us on Sunday morning Rev. Harold Willis recognized all veterans and said a prayer of thanks for them Sunday morning, May 26. The Sunday morning services are being tape- recorded for our homebound members and are avail- able by calling the church office. We will have or monthly family night covered- dish supper, General WMU. Men's Ministry, etc. at the church on June 5 The Betty nter Circle will meet at the church on June 10. Happy birthday in June to: Susie Dial on the 1st, Richard Arnold on the 4th, Carl Bennett on the 8th, Helon Keith, Helen Smphens and Kendra Palmer on the 27th and Corbin Braswell on the 20th. Happy weddin anniversary in June to: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford on the 8th. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Otwell on the 12th and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors on the 18th. Vacation Bible Schul with the theme: "Amazon Outfitters" will be Sunday. July 28 - Thursday, August 1 with Rev. Willis as the director. VBS is ages 3 12 and is nightly 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. PAGE 5-A ml,, 1 k tpport Our Troops J i i "Thank You" From i \\; GRAN00/ILLE PACTK.A00 ?!ii::! AH at Competie Pr1$! 2 Locate; to Serve You 1-85 @.35 Hwy. 29 @ Coweta-Heard Rd., Grantville (770) 583-2988 M-Sat. 8:30a.m. - 9p.m. M-T 8:30a,m. - F & S 8:30a.m. - 11:30p.m. Locally Owned & Operated by THE JABALEY FAMILY SINCE 1981 /  E The Roosevelt Place : When your loved one suffers from Alzheimers. they need special care. 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