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PAGE 6-A HO(;ANSVII.LE tit)MK .&apos; ' ' ,ru/ Retired Educators 'Laugh the, Blues Away' Troup Retired Educator Association "Laughed the Blues Away" as "Cool Jule" Jule Spears entertained during the May 23rd meeting at Highland Country Club in LaGrange. Mr. Spears, a pharmacist, senior cit- izens' advocate, humorist speaker for The Kroger Company has for the last eight years made over 1400 presenta- tions to more than 85,000 people. "Cool Jule" has also made presentations on radio and television. During his informational presenta- tion, he defined Blues as Being, Lonely, Useless,, Empty, and Sad, and gave a Bible definition as found in Proverbs 13:12 "Hope deferred makes the heart sick." After discussing symptoms and many ways to combat depression/stress, he concluded by saying, "You don't have to be blue. You can be orange. Orange'ya glad you're an American. Orange'ya glad you're living at this time. Orange'ya glad..." listing many reasons why sen- ior citizens should remain positive and be happy. Miss Allison Lovenguth, a 2002 grad- uate of Troup Comprehensive High School, was the recipient of the 2002 GREA Scholarship Miss Lovenguth ENJOYABLE EVENING - Pictured are "Coot Jule" Jule Spears (keynote speak- er for TREA meeting) and 2002 TREA Schqlarship recipient, Miss Allison Lovenguth. plans to attend Georgia Southern in Statesboro and major in education to become a teacher. The presentation was made by Algie Parker, Chairman of the Scholarship Committee. Ralph ,Johnson, TREA President, convened the meeting and conducted the business. Mike Moncus, First Vice President, introduced the program. Mrs. Ellen Partridge distributed mples and information on Crest Whitening System and awarded a door prize to Mrs. Ellen Lovenguth. Johnson and Mrs. Ida Jones The Roosevelt Place When a nursing home isn't what you need. just assistance vch the cooking and cleaning, Roosevelt Place is the :al place for you or your loved one. Living suites offer the ultimate in comfort and convenience in assisted living. Ask About Our Financial Assistance Programs Assisted Living With A Specialized Alzheimer Wing Call for information 706-655-2588 Warm Springs, Georgia 12 miles to Callaway Gardens, 1 mile to Little White House & Warm Springs Village gave reports from the GREA State Convention in Macon. Unit scrapbooks and awards were displayed. Special guests included Mr. Jule Spears (keynote speaker), Miss Allison Lovenguth (scholarship recipient) and her mother - Mrs. Ellen Lovenguth. TREA welcomed new member, Mrs. Curmilla Furgerson who retired from the Troup County School System this year. The next meeting for TREA will be held Thursday, September 26th. btudso00 Ft00rr00s 0 U pick the strawberries. 706-846-5658 AND 0 [! pick the PEACHES. Begins June 3rd Carl For Availability OPEN 9 AM- 6 PM DALLY t Located on Hwy 173 between Manchester, Warm Springs, and Woodbury Follow The Signs .   i(ii TM !iii  /ii ;i  i  i  ........... By Patti Phil_ns Deacon of the Week: Kenneth Dial. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Evelyn Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Freda Kelley, Marcellite Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, LOu Palmer, Cantrell, Wayne Butler, Wendy Irvin, Doroth Worley, Wayne Yarbrough, Lois Cotting Haley Teasley, Mavis Phillips, Gladys Partridge, McWhorter, Horace Worley, Iris Burgess, Lucille Jonathan Tenney. Worship With The Word: Melissa Urban. Our special music Sunday morning was a solo by Sondra Lee, "Come Just As You Are." Sunday, June 2 was City Employees Recognition our church with a covered-dish lunch immediately ing in the church fellowship hall. We were happy to many with us. The message Sunday morning b3 Willis was, "A Life of Joy" with the text of Philippians 7. And Sunday night, he continued his Survey of the with Obadiah. The Wednesday night family night supper of June furnished by AWANA. We also had the General WMU, Ministry, etc. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets at the church June 1 The next fifth Sunday night song service is for June 30 at 7 p.m., hosted by Trinity Worship Center Bass Cross Road. Our annual Independence Day Sunday School will be Wednesday, July 3 at the pastorium, be p.m. Vacation Bible School "Amazon Outfitters" is July 28 - Thursday, August 1 at our church from 6:00 8:30 p.m. nightly. Sterling L. Hesterly May 3, 1921 - May 31, 2002 Sterling L. Hesterly, 81, of Roanoke, Alabama and a f mer resident of Hogansville, died May 31st at Retirement Center in Roanoke. ducted June 2nd in the Chapel of the Claude A. and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville, Simpson officiating. Mr. Hesterly was born May 3, 1921 in PeU son of the late Bruton Eugene Hesterly and Ammons Hesterly. He was an Army veteran of World II, was a member of Hogansville Church of Christ, and a retired master electrician. He lived in HogansviUe years before making his home in Roanoke in 2001. Survivors include one son, Sterling Illinois; one daughter, Mrs. Samantha Brtmda Illinois; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Linda F. Brown of Illinois; one sister, Mrs. Shirley Fowler of LaGran grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home d Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. 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For More Information Call: LaGrange 706-884-2444 America's 110me P[e, Secr to Monge Approval HUBBARD & SPINKS Parts. Service 1115 E. Main St. Phone: ttogansville, GA 30230  637-&379 The Anchor t i' ,I.., of the ? . Soul t No ship captain would set sail without an anchor. This heavy piece of metal, designed to dig into the ground and hold tightly, is the pfimaB' means of holding the boat fimaly in one place. A good anchor keeps the vessel from drifting Hebrews 6:19 tells us. "This &)pc [in ,h,sus ("hrist] we have as an anchor of the soul, ..." No one else guarantees you everlasting life or carrie you through the rough times; no one else can keep you from sinking under trials and ongoing struggles that may blast you from all Sides. Religious Supplies Church Supplies Bibles Robes Sunday Sch(ol Supplies Hymnals Books Tapes Gifts Cards Plaques Complete Selection Resonable Prices Kristies Cleaning (706) 884-1869 [10RR MATTHEW 24 Hr. Good Neighbor Service IlNIUIAN! I Ik  14 N LaFayette Sq LaGrange 882-OO46 CAR HOME. HEALTH LIFE Hummingbird Station llu#t00Ra00 Claude A. McKibben & Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hogansvilk Georg 706-637-8623 Hot Eats, Cool Treats 307-A Hwy. 29 South HogansviUe, Georgia 706-637-9953 Crowder's Auto Repair Shop and Towing 1879 East Main St HOGANSVILLE 63%9001 HOGANSVILLES* ROGER'S BAR.B.QUE 1-85 Exit 28 Hurnrnmgbrd StatiOe 1863 East Main St Hogansvllle 6374100 INSTALLATION _ SERVICE & SUPPLIES Pos & Spas 8011/2 (706) 84543001 Mark& Owner Full Collision Repatr Paint Matching Insurance Claims Welcome Frame Straightening 24 Hour Toudng Avaiiob 706.637-5277 Ho Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogansville, 706-637-8683 Vm'SIOWME &FennSuu00 61ks msv (706) 7Ol.llili.llilt Call fat infomation o a 2525  Parkway, Warm <: GAS FIRE PLACE LOGS LP GAS FOR HOME FARM & INDUSTRY Appr SaD & Sonde Tar  i(z Lee Call Emmett Askew, Joe Lee, Sandra Stephens, or Jan Gay