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June 10, 2004

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HOGANSVIU.E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 2004 PAGE 3-A Congratulations to Robyn Reeves and Clifford Riddle who were on June S the Greater Jehovah Grantville. is the daughter of and Betty Jean of Greenville. She is the granddaughter of Daniel of Grantville ~mld Joel and Mary L. Reeves -jg Greenville. The bride- is the son of the late Clifford Riddle and Jeanette Riddle of Atlanta. We wish them love and happiness. Our belated sympathy goes to the families of Mary Frances Amey of Grantville and Marion "Matt" Mitchell, Jr., of Greenville in their deaths. Earth has no sorrow that Heaven can not heal. Happy anniversary wish- es go to Douglas and Brenda Pritchett on their 13th on June 8 and Tony and Johnnica Portress on their 6th on June 13. We wish them many more. Our deepest sympathy goes to the family of Ollie Mac Birts of Hogansville in her death~ May you rest in peace. Don't forget that Sunday is children's day. BIRTHDAY GREET- INGS go to Dominique RaShay Colton, granddaugh- ter of Arvella Colton, Justin Emanuel Clements, son of Over 80 Cunomizable Plans Kenmore Appliances Central Heat & Ak Double Pane Windows 30 Yr. Architectural Shingles Premium V'myt Siding Quality, Stick-Buih Homes 900-3000+ Sq. Ft. Plans Call Todayt 1505 LaFayette Parkway l aGrange 706-884-24 1 Minister Anthony and Mrs. Tangela Clements, Cessinee Dean, daughter of Rev. Frank and Alice Dean Jr., Sharon Nicole Dean, Freddie Foster, Emma I~u Glanton, Justin Grady, DeAndre Terez, grandson of Charles and Emma Jean Hawkins, Jasmine Harris, grand- daughter of the late Terry Hines, St., Thomas Hines, III, Thomas Hines, IV, Darron Black, Louise Hines, Larry Elliott Leigh I, Fredrick Lowe, II, nephew of Debbie Lowe, in memory of Addle Mae I~ndy, Annette Phillips, Mike Purgason, Jeffery Parks, Joe Rosser, son of Ellen Rosser, in memory of Jake Talley, Tyrone Tigner and Jamie Wheelous. Remember Bill Clements of Hogansville in your prayers. THE GREATER Jehovah Baptist Church of Grantville will observe Children's Day on Sunday, June 13 at 11 a.m. Johnny Edward Blount Jr will be the speaker. Rev. Christopher McCambry is the pastor and Rev. Edmond Leigh is associate pastor. The New St. Paul CME Church of Lone Oak invites everyone to their Male Chorus anniversary on Saturday, June 12 at 6 p.m. They also invite everyone to their Men's Day program on Sunday, June 13 at 11 a.m. Guest speaker will be Representative Carl Von Epps. Rev. TD. Brown is the pastor. You are invite4to attend the 1Z3rd anniversary of the Bethlehem Baptist Church in St. Marks Community on Sunday, June 13 at 2 p.m. Rev. Gary Fanning, pastor of New Bethel Baptist Church of West Point will bring the mes- sage. VACATION BIBLE School will be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church in St. Marks on June 14 through 18 from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. All children are invited to attend. Rev. Willie Joe Cameron i:- the pastor. Rev. Lucy Slanle,, is the assistant pastor: From the St. Mark:; Community Center: Support your community. Building k~ better community for our children. Help us lyuild a play ground and picnic area f&" the St. Marks Communif; Center. A reunion will be tl~ on June 19. See or conta Jannette Hines at 706-671 1934, Mattie Clemons at 67] h 0128, or Rlc ard ~Sa~ Tucker, III and Juanita Buggs. ! Please send your t&~ deductible donations by.lmie 19 to the St. Marl[~; Community Center, care ~f Jannette Hines, 3271 Forre~;~ Road, Hogansville, GA 30231) ( SEED FOR TH )UGtt~: Train ~q~ a child in the way I~ should go, and when he ts ot11 he will not depart from it. 1 Proverbs 2~(, rlr~ You have a cut or a s~e that stmpb' won t go away It y au serious concern, especially ffyou are diabetic At our new Wo~ed C.en~r, we me advanced wound care therapies inch~ling HypL~rbari ~ygen Therapy. This pr~motes healing of di~cult wounds and injuri~in a relaxed, comfortable setting. The Columbtts R~mnai Wound Crater is located on The Medi ings will be accepted. For more information please ~atl 846-3220 or 553-2999. g Homecomin At Bible Bap .. Bible Baptist Church,~85 Hillcrest Road, will celeb~at e homecoming the second Sunday, June 13. Sun~iay school will begin at 10 4m~ Following the regular morn- ing service at 11 a.m., dLr~ner will be served in the fel~)w- ship hall for all to enjoy,i On completion of the {lin- ner there will be a singit~ m the church. We will be tl~uiy blessed to have the Pq]sey family and Jimmy Not~ed joining us for this day. Our dear friend, Gene Smith,~vill perform along with the B~ble Baptist Singers. ! Rev. R.C. Prescott an~! all our church members ~or- dially invite all to attend~and help usoffer glory to the I~rd on June 13.