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PAGE 2B - HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - JUNE 15, 2000 '98 Toyota Avalon XL White, White Leather, Loaded, 32,422 mi. $18,90( PARKWAY MOTORS, INC. '98 Nissan Maxima GLE Auto, Leather, All Power Bose Series $19,900 '96 Honda Accord 4DR, Auto, Loaded, Green, 61,600 mi. =13,500 I '95 Jaguar X-J6 Green, Loaded, Special Edition Warranty =23,900 JJ Whitworth Parkway Motors LaGrange 882-2990 Revival Starts Monday At By Mac Towns Revival services for Mountville United Methodist Church will be held Monday, June 19 through Wednesday, June 21. Social hour and light meal is at 6:00 p.m. with revival beginning at 7:00 p.m. The Rev. Dana A. Everhart, senior pastor of Bright Star United Methodist Church in Douglasville, willbe the guest minister. The Rev. Dane G. Wagner, pastor of the Mountville UMC, invites everyone to come to the revival services for "pow- erful preaching, special music and great fellowship." Special music will be presented by: Monday, June 19, Moreland Community Choir; Tuesday, June 20, Gospel quartet "The Faithful Four"; Wednesday, June 21, Rev. Everhart and Marty Wagner; Willette Phillips, pianist; and Pastor Wagner, song leader. Organized in 1828, Mountville UMC is locat- ed in the oldest settle- Rev. Dana Everhart ment and highest point in Troup County (LaGrange District). The church is on Georgia Highway 109 East - ten miles from LaGrange. The Rev. Dana A. Everhart has served in churches of the North Georgia Conference of The United Methodist Church. These include: Associate Pastor of Aldersgate UM, Augusta; Associate Pastor of Elberton First UM, Elberton; Pastor of Moreland UM, Moreland; Pastor of Faith UM, Cartersville; and Senior Pastor of Bright Star UM, Douglasville (1998 current). Rev. Everhart graduated from Brandon Senior High School of Brandon, Florida. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Education from Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida. The speaker graduated with a Master of Divinity degree from Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta. 125 Main St., Downtown LaGrange (706) 812-1880 ]hesday - Saturday, 4:30 p.m. 'till FIHE DINING "Complete Truk & Auto Accessory Store" **We Install** 884-3220- 1350 LaFayette Parkway. 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A very special greeting now that Father's Day is here,with all the love that's always yours each day throughout the year! Happy Father's Day! Happy anniversary goes out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Levi (Hazel) Jackson on June 15; Mr. and Mrs. Tony (Johnnica) Portress on their 2nd on June 13; Mr. and Mrs. Leon (Alicetine) Thompson on their 27th on June 17; and Mr. and Mrs. Jamie (Carmen) Wheelous on their 2nd on June 19. We wish them many, many more! Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Rudine W. Sewell of Grantville in her death. Wishing you peace and comfort. Birthday greetings go out to: Cochonda Amey, Rev. Clarence Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. Ector (Marian) Dean, Mr. Willie Lee Clements, Sr., Mr. Derek Hudson, Mr. Danny Allen, Ms. Tawanna Hines, Mrs. Sharon Hudson, Mr. Gene Bailey, Mr. Leon Johnson, Ms. Vickie McCall, Mrs. Inez McCambry, ME ira' Mille Mrs. Verleda Mitchell, Ms. Annie Kate Pooler, Ms. Susie Rosser, Ms. Regina Rutledge, in memory of Mrs. Lillie Mac Sewell, Mr. Drumus Strozier, Mrs. Rosalyn H. Burston, Ms. Mary Strozier, in memory of Mr. Samuel Ellis, in memory of Stanton Miller, Jr., Mr. William James Sewell, and Edarius Rashard Williams, son of Ms. Stephanie Rutledge and Mr. Reginald Williams. Congratulations to Kimaskia Mechez Thomas, son of Ms. Ann Thomas of College Park, who was chosen out of thirty contestants for the Junior Olympic USA Handball Team. He will be play- ing in the Sweden competition June 23 through July 7. He was also chosen to go to USA Olympic training camp for four days in Colorado. He is the grandson of Mr. Ben Thomas, St. of Hogm3sville and the late Mrs. Mildred E. Thomas. We're happy to report that Mr. Willie Oscar Rosser of Lone Oak is home from the hospital and doing nicely. I ,Headquartered in Southfield, Michigan Federal-Mogul Corporation is a $7 billion automotive parts manufacturer providing innovative solutions and systems to global customers in the automotive, light truck, heavy-du farm and industrial markets. The company was founded in 1899. For more information on Federal-Mogul visit the company's web site at http://www.federal-mogul.com. UTILITY-AUDITOR/ASSEMBLER Due to continuing expansion of our high-tech, modern, air-conditioned facility, Federal-Mogul Powertrain Systems, LaGrange, GA manufacturing facility is seeking qualified applicants for Utility Person positions. The top hourly rate of pay is $9.90/hr., which includes a night shift premium. A high school diploma or GED is required; SPC training is a plus. Duties consist of a wide range of activities throughout the plant to support production and maintain quality standards, including, but not limited to the following tasks: • Visual and standardized inspection of parts and assembly of parts; • Loading and unloading of individual parts and operating offiine machines; • Moving material through the plant and general housekeeping in all areas. Federal-Mogul provides an excellent wage and benefit package including medical, dental, 401(k) and pension program. Clean, temperature controlled work environment. If you are a highly motivated team player with hands-on experience, please submit your application/resume to: HUMAN RESOURCES FEDERAL-MOGUL • 1641 LUKKEN INDUSTRIAL DR. LAGRANGE, GA 30240 or GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 1002 LONGLEY PLACE LAGRANGE, GA 30240 Everhart was ordained an The United Methodist Church in In addition, he serves on a of committees in the District and the North Conference of the UMC. Among other activities, the director of the Handbell Bright Star UMC; and Education with Douglas County System. A native of Brandon, Fla., heis! ried to Sally M. Everhart, a Affairs Director for Douglas Bank. They are the parents of dren: Matthew, age 11; Jacob, Katie, three. TOP LAWN: Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Herndon of 101 Royal Hogansville have been named winners for the '(ard of the award for June. With near-drought conditions prevalent, particularly amazing accomplishment to keep a lawn Iookin these days. First Baptist VBS EndsSuccessful By Patti Phillips "The Fantastic Good News Ocean Odyssey...Divinl of God's Faithfulness" was this year's Vacation Bible at Hogansville First Baptist Church. The fun-filled week began Saturday afternoon with a off with registration, June 4 - Thursday, mencement wlt a musical performed by the children ents and other guests. VBS motto was: Dive in! Depend on God's faithfulness! ture: Your faithfulness continues through all 119:90 NIV). THERE WAS A TOTAL ENROLLMENT of 79 with follows: Sunday 60; Monday 63; Tuesday 60; and At the Thursday night exercises, all children received a cate for attending. Also, all workers were recognized with kind words and a cate. All workers signed a certificate that was presented  Harold Willis and special recognition given to the youngest ing his first Vacation Bible School, Drew Campbell. VBS were: nursery, Alyson Lee and Beth Todd; ages 3-5, Sarah Connie Howard and Rev. Ron Howard; grades 1-2, Jean Braswell and Ellen Davis; grades 3, 4 and 5, Kathy Belle Willis; grades 6, 7 and 8, Beth Maxwell and Mariea crafts, Angela Chaffin, Kaye Lindsey and Andrea Otwell; 1 Lynn Campbell, Sondra Lee and Chris Campbell; Maxwell and Jessica Douglas; secretary/publicity, assistant director, Ellen Davis; helpers, Joe Lee, Tom Leigh Smith and refreshments, Myriam Turbyfild, Lillian Howell, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Mavis Phillips Waldrop. A SPECIAL THANKS to all church members for prayers. And to those businesses for their donations: Publix, Williams, Kroger, US Office Products, Wal-Mart, Lowe's, Brothers, Coca-Cola, Piggly Wiggly, Hogansville McDonald's, Money Back and Roger's BBQ. Jane Bozeman, director stated that, "Vacation Bible a huge success. Someone told me 'Your Bible School is as your workers.' Well, our workers were great so you means our Bible School was great too. A special thanks to son who played a part in making 'The Fantastic Ocean successful voyage. I challenge you to make Vacation 2001 even more successful beginning today to share your Jesus Christ with a child." HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED AUTO LOANS DUE TO YOUR PAST CREDIT HISTORY? CRE] NO CREDF for a quick 706-652-1259 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE I I I