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HOGANSVIUE HOME NEWS - JUNE 1, 2b00 -PAGE $ do you look at life the you answer this is what is called your worldview is of your set of beliefs , These beliefs deter- you think, say, feel, They determine the live. Everybody It is either God's the human world- my thoughts are not neither are your ways," declares the the heavens are high- so are my ways than your ways and my than your thoughts." (Isaiah 55:8-9 NIV) Many, who live with only a human worldview, think they are on the road of life, but it is real- ly the road of death. Jesus explained with this story. "Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock. But everyone who hears these words of mine and does not put them into practice is like a foolish man .er: 'Thanks for Positive Article' Grimes: note to congratulate for the wonderful you published in your of the Hogansville It was great to see about our com- :: iil; .................. ::: m N Sad to see that only a few have the vision that you out in your edito- I be one of g well-rounded ' we had more eyesight in our city rather than status quo vision. "If it works it" is the motto of Companies, but also for their failure when world will pass by you have missed the oppor- Presented to you. Cost of living is increas- all our city servic- iastead of bringing more to this town, people are their shops and are slow- this little future para- one day the naysayers will see the light and will understand what structured, well-planned growth can do. Everyone would benefit from such action. A clean, safe, well- planned community can only account for great success. Hopefully this will be the first of many more positive articles on the community by your paper. Negative writing is not the solu- tion to our problems. It is time we see the glass as half full rather than half empty, and to settle all politicaland personal differences in the community and go forward. See you all for coffee at Gaby's Cafd to celebrate. "Career Opportunity - Not Just Another Job Davenport Machine Operators Experienced or Will Train Respectfully yours, Patrick A. Terrail Hogansville who built his house on sand. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell with a great crash." (Matthew 7:24-27 NIV) Our lesson this week entitled, "Worldview? Everybody has One," is the beginning of an excit- ing new study of what it means to live a biblical worldview. Secular society can confuse peo- ple about their values. Believers know that life is most fulfilling and can be understood only when seen and interpreted from God's perspective. If you want to under- stand God's perspective, join us this Sunday to study God's word and praise the I_ord for giving us His word to live by. Women of all ages are invit- ed to join us in serving the Lord at our WMU General meeting on Tuesday, June 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Our monthly fel- lowship supper at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 7, is followed by prayer meeting at 7:00 p.m. Birthday Calendars The Hogansville Optimist Club will be doing the Birthday Calendars this year. In the past you have so generously support- ed the Kiwanis Club and we hope you continue your support to our club. Blood Drive American Red Cross will hold a Blood Drive in LaGrange at Callaway Auditorium on Dallis Street Tuesday, June 6 from 12:00 noon until 5:30 p.m. Every day in communities across America, hundreds of families urgently need the American Red Cross. The American Red Cross is not a government agency. Assistance to victims is provided free of charge and is made possible through the generosity of the American public. Gifts to the American Red Cross are a mean- ingful way to remember some- one special. t !ii! i:} ............. :i :?, ;i i i : :::: "" .:%' ::) ....... ....... ;:111  ]1[\\; :: : .... : ': : -,:: ...... :: :'i i: .... ......... : ..... " : ; :: ! ' ':"" :' '! "   .ii: !  * i ::!,. i: I[ | :, z.>.: .+ ............................................................. : li:i: :: ............... ..................................................... i:i:[ ...................... : .....................  ::: i  f f} f } !  E {!f{{} }'!}i!;}} "{ !:: : :%.:: " Jl It takes a mixture of bitter and sweet To season our lives and make them complete. Mrs. Mandy Heard of Grantville and Mrs. Stella Johnson of Newnan have returned home after spending a week in Mexico. A very special happy birth- day to Keioshna Mesha Porter on her fifth birthday on May 31. Remember that I love you - from Mr. Stanley Porter of Hogansville. Natalie Nails, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin (Mary) Nalls of Grantville spent several days in Orlando, Florida. OUR DEEPEST sympathy goes out to the family of Ms. Mattie Lee Ellis Durrah of LaGrange, formerly of Hogansville in her death. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Booker (Willie Pearl) Ellis, Sr. Wishing you peace and com- fort. The Mitchell Family held their family reunion on Sunday, May 28 at West Point Lake. Attending from Grantville were the Daniels and Nails family. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS go out to: Mr. Darron Dean, Mr. Albert Dean, Sontreon Tonmecia, daughter of Ms. Sonja Addle Ms. Gloria O. Easter, Mr. Robert Hines, Mr. Jerome Nalls, Corey B. Parks, son of Ms. Sharon Dean, Mr. Derrick Patterson, Ashley Parks, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hosiah (Rosetta) Thompson, Sr., Mr. James Edward Stewart, in memory of Mr. David Studstill, Mr. Robert "Red" Stewart, Mr. Roy"Pee Wee" Stewart, Kimaskia Mechez Thomas, Chief James Walker, father of Mrs. Mary Sewell, Ms. Melissa Wheelous, in memory of Mrs. Brazda Stanley, Mary White, granddaughter 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, Mrs. Tommie Ann Lax, Ms. Annie R. Reese, Mr. Marvin Lewis Snellings, Mrs. Petula H. Petty, Ms. Martha W. Stewart, Jonathan Robertson, son of Rev. and Mrs. Ray Robertson and Mr. Roger Williams. CONGRATULATIONS TO Shamekia Hardaway, Jason Heard and other graduates from Newnan High. Congratulations to Lakeisha Monae Dean, Curron, Godfrey, Joseph Hines, Sibrena Milner, Leslie Monero, Omar Rossr, Kimberly D. Sewell, Regina R. Sewell, LaTarus H. Stinson, Desron Thompson and other graduates from Greenville High School. We're happy to report that Mrs. Linda Hamilton of Grantville is home from the hos- pital and doing fine. The funeral for Ms. Mattie Lee Ellis Durrah will be held Sunday at 4:00 p.m. (June 4) at the St. Mary United Methodist, Hogansville. THE WHITE PLAINS United Methodist Church, Highway 100, at St. Marks community will spon- sor a Brunswick stew sale on Saturday, June 3rd beginning at 12 noon. The price will be $6 per quart. For any information, call Mrs. Annie Marie Ellis at (706) 672-4685 or Mr. Quinton Dean at (706) 672-3142. Vacation Bible School will be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church, St.Marks community on June 12 through 16 from 4:30 to 6:30 daily. All children are invit- ed to attend. Rev. Lucy Stanley is director, Rev. C.A. Black is the pastor. ' SEED FOR THOUGH1! To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven. The HogansviUe Home News would like to print your church news. You may fax your news to: 846-2206. Groov-Pin Corp., a leader in the manufacturer of specialty fasteners has entry level openings in our Davenport Screw Machine Department. Duties would include working in a team environment, learning to load raw matenal and check products. The ideal candidate would possess strong mechanical skills, have a high school diplo- ma or GED, and be able to work any shift. Starting salary is $8.00/hr. with a 90 day probation period. Benefits after probation include, vacation/sick pay, 11 holidays, health and dental plan, 401k, and monthly Incentive plan that has averaged $80.00 to $100.00, depending on plant wide operating results. If you successfully prove your mechanical abilities you may be eligible to move to machine operator 'trainee" status with a salary increase up to $10.00/hr. i Please apply at (days or evenings) or send resume to: I Groov-Pin Corp, llllllllllillhll I Scott Bunn, plant Manager I IR_'| I ill lj I |l ll!l I s,o ., Park lilllIiIIlldI I II1 I 39 Herring Rd. WjIIIIL  I Newnan, GA 30265 II I Fax: (770) 251-7626 h O TROPHIES PLAQUES* GIFTS AWARDS MEDALS RIBBONS C'00003e --S eb'rn u r's ' - Engraving Co. Highway 34 w,,,,am".u,.,",.w.141 Main SL LaGrange, GA 30240 675-8558 Phone: 706-882-7205 Fax: 706-882-0944 8ve00,Jvv 637-8400 the BIG 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 117 West Main Street Hogansville, GA 30230 James R. Thrash H BUII00ERS Residential Remodeling Concrete Work Hester Funeral Director & Embalmer Bus: 637-8791 Home: 637-8436 plllClS!O N Auto oay 706-884-9292 101 SERVICE PARK IN. ASE certified * 17 years experience Foreign & Domestic Insurance claims wel- come Precision frame repair Expert paint match guaranteed BASF refinish technology Written warranty Windshield replacement Power windows & lock repair All work guaranteed 100% "Truly I say unto you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me." Matthew 26.'40 "I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty and you gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you invited Me in; naked and you clothed Me; 1 was sick, and you visited Me; in prison, and you came to Me." Matthew 25.'35-36 Weekly Bible Trivia Quote Genesis chapter 1 verse 1. (answer found in this week's scripture resding) Sunday Gen. 1:1-6 Tuesday Wed. Gen. Gen. Gen. Gen. Gen, Gen. 1:7-14 1:15-21 1:22-26 1:27-30 1:31 2:1-3 Williams Insurance The Hammett Building 301 Broom St. Suite 101 207 South ttwy 29 LaGrange, GA 30240 Hogansvflle, GA 30230 Bus: 706-882-5567 Bus: 706-637-6631 Linda Fowler Melissa Cadwell Claude A. McKibben & Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8623 Hot Eats, Cool Treats 307-A Hwy. 29 South HogansviUe, Georgia 706-637-9953 CmwdGCs AuI Di ghOp ntl TowiDq Full Collision Repair Paint Matching Insurance Claims Welcome Frame Straightening 24 Hour Towing Available 706-637-5277 FARMERS 300 BACON STREET LAGRANGE, GA 30240 N m f Huqvatna m o w m i RBSlNGER, President 706-884-3051 Attorney at Lm 637-4558 H0gansville Pharmacy Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8683 , * Hogansville Religious Supplies r" Ill II --ORB i,,.,,,.,.l....,w s & N c Laundry   0oo 1  1 24 Hr. Good Grocery E. Main Street 81: Cleaners ChurehSupplies. BiblessRobes. Stmday I  I Neighbor Service X" SchoolSuppliessHymnalseBookseTape s ,NlUlAN 14 N LaFayette Sq 375 Hwy 100 ansville, GA 205 and 209 %\\; Gifts* Cards* Plaques- Complete "' LaGrange East Main Street / Selection Resonable Prices HogansviUe 637 -9001 nogansville, Georgia k- 727 882-0046 4 I 706-637-8741 mr- .,tm.O0.,,,..,,N, 1 Senkx's Discount E Lafaye Square CAR. HOME. HEALTH. LIFE 637-9753 For More Information Call: We Sell All Types of Tires I II HUBBARD & SPINKS Parts - Service lllS E. Main St. Phone: Hogansville, GA 30230 (706) 637-6379 Clean/rig (706) 884-1869 I BODY SHOPGLASS SHOP.AUTO REPAIR MULTI-LINE LTD WORK 'NrRECORDME MAILING SERVICE" * tar 15t 1 HAMILTON liD RO. BOX 1171 LAGRANGE, GEORGIA 30241 LaGrange 706-884-2444 Wc ,crvic(' whul wc sell! OWNER 706-884-8259 DAVID FOSTER We ][lllce 706-884-3619 P.O. BOX 602 * LaGrange, GA 30241 P,a.0 cor.r Phone/Fax 706-8844297 Manchester Star-Mercury Inserting Barcoded Labels Folding Hogansville Home News Resident & Special Mailing Labels Talbotton New Era Collating Label Printing/Application * Harris County Journal Metering I at Cla:rlod- Meriwether rmdicator & Free Press Scale/Standard Mall Prep Sealing Post Office Delivery 3051 Roosevelt Hwy. Manchester, GA 31826 Alisa Matheny Phone: 846-3188 OwnerK:)perator Fax: 846-2206