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PAGE 3 - HOGANSVIIJ. HERALD - JUNE 10, 1999 First Baptist Happenings ...... Grantville-Lone Oak St. /v/ar, s News BY PATTI PHILLIPS BY JANIE ELLIS Men's Ministry (formerly met June 2 at the Present were: Lewis Clem Howell, Reid Rev. Thurman and Grady General WOM met June 2 at with Lillian Howell, Stephens, Myriam Sara Henderson, Phillips, Mary Hamilton in attendance. Deacon of the Week: Wayne Co agratulations to the Wilson Sunday School on having 100% perfect for the second week a row. Carl Bennett is their The Adult Choir special Sunday morning was: The Rock (includes The Solid Rock, I Go to the Rock and I'm Standing on the Solid Rock). Rev. Thurman Henderson's message Sunday morning was from Luke 7: 36-50. Dr. Billy Burks preached for us on Sunday night. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Louise Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ely Swanson, Keith Brown, Barry Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Chaffin, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Partridge, Lurlie Hurley, C.E. Stevenson, Ruby Teel, Avis Hammond, Clyde Burks, Winifred Green, Roy Burdette, Virginia Taylor, Grace Duffey, Eva Strickland, Lucille Friend, Pauline Powers, Mable Hall, Ella Mae Pittman, Epsie Sarah Driver, David Allen Currie, Mae Foster, Southern Baptist Convention and WMU annual meeting. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of: Mary Lou Rakestraw Otis, William Otis Lambert, Sr., Jean Middlebrooks McCarley, and Michael K. Mesimer at their recent deaths. Congratulations to: Sondra Davis for having perfect atten- dance for the fourth nine weeks of schol in the fifth grade at Hogansville Elementary and Kendra Palmer for making the A/B Honor Roll during the fourth nine weeks of school in the fifth grade at Hogansville Elementary. Birthdays & Anniversaries June 10 Joey Duffey, Ken Elizabeth Tami Neese, Mr. and David Cash, Mr. and Mrs. tree 11 Hines, Clifford Kenneth Bain, Megan June 12 Amy Pike, Don Freeman, Donna Camp, Duane Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Hub Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. William Watson, Sr. June 13 Chris Thomas, JoAnna Seymour, Wayne Norwooe June 14 Curtis Arrington, Tmmy Ayers, Will Cato, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Todd June 15 Betty Duffey, Joshua Kovalik, Kevin S. Barber, Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Denney June 16 Monroe Gordon, Richard Wade Assembly of God BY JOYCE RICHARDSON rhou will keep him in per- because he trusted in ye in the Lord for- for in the Lord Jehovah is strength." Isaiah 26: me a spirit of peace, the storms and tem- that roll. I may find rest and :Within, calm buried deep in my we keep our mind on keeps our mind at 1:8. "I am alpha and the beginning and the • ." Sunday evening his from Mark 6:30-32. afternoon Mike Thomaston, Jeremy Ropter, Betty Todd Watkins and attended the wedding of andJeremyBolt at the Franklin Church of God in Franklin. Mable Williamson, Linda Ayers, Mary Bruce and Edward Laster attended the 50th Wedding Anniversary recep- tion for Roy and Grace Cagle in New London, Texas Friday night and they returned home Monday. Johnnie Williamson was the guest speaker at the Rock Mills Church of God in Rock Mills, Alabama Sunday evening. Campground meeting•will be June 10-12 at 7 p.m. nightly, at Flat Rock Campground locat- ed on highway 34 in Franklin. On the 10th, Don aylor will be the " Speaker. llth-Johnnie Williamson, and the 12th- Jeremy Ropter. Everyone's wel- come! 'verything's Roses" There were times in the past When my faith was quite low And the struggle seemed almost in vain, But I managed to rise And get up from the fall, Brush off and get started SOCIAL SECURITY Disabled Retired Self Employed BORROWERS Payoff Bankruptcles Stop Foreclosures Home Equity Loans We have helped many people with credit struggles. It's creative financing with a bank! No appraisal or loan fees up front. lber Contact Sam Chapman: (706) 674-2311 TO follow and obey. Happy Anniversary wishes go out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Freddie (Maybelle) Foster on their 28th on June 12; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas (Brenda) Pritchett on their 8th on June 8 and Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo (Johnnica) Portress on their 1st on June 13. We wish them many, many more! Don't forget that Sunday is Children's Day. Birthday greetings go out to: Danny Allen, Darren Black, son of Ms. Leonia Black, Cessinee Dean, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Frank (Alice) Dean, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ector (Marian) Dean, Sharon Nicole Dean, Freddie Foster, Dominque Rashay Colton, granddaughter of Ms. Arvella Colton, Emma Lou Glanton, DeAndre Terez, grand- son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Emma Jean) Hawkins, Cora Hines, Louise Hines, Jasmine Harris, granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hines, Sr., Larry E. Leigh, Sr, Frederick Lamar Lowe, nephew of Ms. Debbie Lowe, Annette Phillips, Mike Purgason, Joe Rosser, son of Ms. Ellen Rosser, Tyrone Tigner, in memory of David Studstill, and Jamie Wheelous. You are invited to attend the ll8th anniversary of the Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks community on Sunday, June 13 at 12 noon with Rev. C.A. Black, pastor, bringing the mes- sage. Dinner will be served. Vacation Bible School will be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks community on June 14-18 from 5-7 p.m. All youth in the surrounding communities are invited to attend. Rev. C.A. Black is pas- tor and Rev. Lucy Stanley is director of Vacation Bible School. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks, invites everyone to their Annual Men's Day and Father's Day pro- gram on Sunday, June 20 at 11 a.m. with guest preacher, Rev. David Hartfield, pastor of Oak Ridge CME Church in Greenville. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasley, associate pastor. Vacation Bible School will be held at White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks on June 21-25 from 6-8 p.m. Adults and children are invited to attend. Ms. Annice Griggs is direc- tor of Vacation Bible SChool. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor. Seed For Thought: Children may not inherit their parents' talents, but they will absorb their values. again. I thought I could fight All life's battles alone, But I found out that wasn't the way, I asked for God's help, And He answered my call, And 'verything's Roses Today."-Bill Cart Sunday School is at I0 a.m. Rev. Prescott's message Sunday morning was taken from Luke 9:S5-WChy Jesus Came." We had seven visitors. At the 7 o'clock service his text was taken from I Car. 3:11- 16. We had three visitors. Bible Baptist Wednesday night prayer service is at 7 p.m. Continue to pray for all the sick, shut-ins, elderly, the sin- I III II sick and those whose loved ones have passed away. We invite you to come wor- ship with us. II .... I'1 I , I- PARK MEADOWS APARTMENTS One and Two Bedroom Units Angela McWhorter Graduates From U GA A total of 4,779 University of Georgia students completed requirements for their degrees at the end of the 1999 spring semester. Each student was eligible to participate in the university's commencement exercise held on May 8 in UGA's Sanford Stadium. Local graduates included Angela Dawn Mcwhorter of Hogansville who earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. H Medical + CERTIFIED.MEDICAL. : ....... • TECI.INOI.OGmT GEORGIA BAPTIST MERIWET'HER HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOME, a 38- bed hospital in Warm Springs, Georgia, a Division of Georgia Baptist Health Care System, has an immediate opening tot a art-time, weekend position for a Certified Medical Technologist• Excellent benefit package. Direct phone calls to Human Resources 706-655-9329. Fax resume to 706-655-9233. EOE GEORGIA BAPTIST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM ' One Bedroom Handicapped Unit Central Heat and Air * Stove and Refrigerator NO MONEY DOWN Jm OP't, NllJIIVZ • Office Phone: 637-4337 TDD #: 1-800-255-0056 707 E. 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