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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - JUNE 17, 1999 - PAGE 3 CENTER NEWS Chapter Is to Be rganized in Hogansville An A.A.R.P. chapter is being here in Hogansville. will be a meeting on 24th at the cen- ! at I p.m. to elect a board of and officers. Please this meeting if you are in a chapter in We feel it will be to everyone. Mrs. Faye Allen surprised father, N.H. Hendrix, with at the center 8th. A beauti- cake and ice cream was Others celebrating birth- in June are Carl Bennett, Hobbs, Louise Etheridge, Wallace and Gloria Firemen from the Troup Department were guests at the center on June 10th. They ed ways of escape fire at the center. Jenkins and her of young people were at the center on June 10. They per- on the stage with their dancing. Everyone enjoyed much. Bookmobile also visit- on Thursday, June We hear a lot about the sum- programs for stu- like it's impor- everyone to read, espe- . It helps to keep that seniors have at trying to keep their getting rusty, as you say. We have all kinds of reading material the center. ! monthly all you can eat iday, June $2.00. Call to make will be going to , Park for a picnic on Thursday, June 24th. Call the center if you would like to go, 637-6606. Ms. Sarah Moore of Legal Aide Services of Georgia will be at the center on Tuesday, June 29th. Ms. Moore always has some valuable information for the seniors. She will help with any kind of legal work one might need, wills, etc. Their service is free to seniors. Tickets are on sale now for our next fish and bingo social. Everyone had such a good time last month that we plan to do it again on Friday, July 9th at 6 p.m. The price will be $6.00. Get your ticket now. The weather is hot now and the center is offering a way for seniors to "Beat the Heat" this summer. We are open every Monday through Friday until 5 p.m. We have a beautiful, com- fortable TV room with a 54" screen TV and movies will be shown every afternoon for those who want to come and enjoy. We even have refresh- meres for those who want it. There is no charge. We would like to express our sympathy to the families of Mrs. Mary Lou Otis and Mrs. Florence Keith who passed away last week. They were both former members of the center. Sunday, June 20th is Father's Day. So much is always said about mothers and that's good, because I'm a mother. But I sometimes think fathers don't get recognized as they should. It makes me feel good when sometimes, even now, people tell me that they still remem- ber my Dad and what a good man he was. He really was a good man and I have so many good memories, I could write a book, but that's enough about remembering my Dad. I found this poem, written by Helen Steiner Rice. I thought I might pass it on to all of you. Fathers are Wonderful People Fathers are wonderful peo- ple too little understood, and we do not sing their praises as often as we should. For, somehow, father seems to be the man who pays the bills, while mothers bind up little hurts and nurses all our ills. And Father struggles daily to live up to "his image" as protector and provider and "hero of the scrim- mage." And perhaps that is the rea- son we sometimes get the notion that Fathers are not subject to the things we call emo- tion. But if you look inside Dad's heart, where no one else can see, you'll find he's sentimental and as "soft" as he can be. But he's so busy every day in the grueling race of life, he leaves the sentimental stuff to his partner and his wife. But Fathers are just "won- derfur' in a million different ways, and they merit loving com- pliments and accolades of praise. For the only reason Dad aspires to fortune and success, is to make the family proud of him and to bring them happiness. And like our Heavenly Father he's a guardian and a guide, someone we can count on to be always on our side. i ovations o Remodeling * Additions Competitive Rates* ""o ............ ...... Assembly of God the head of the church.., that in all may have the preem- "(Colossians 1:18). us from to go. As the preced- single focus of .Christ alone the earth answer, from its doubts, its flesh, Savior the truth, your befocusedon . Hill's message Sunday from John 10:10. evening his message Luke 16:19-31. A Mixture of and Rain mixture SUnshine and rain, and pain. tides and high tides, and plains. defeats 18 Driessens, Jeff Williamson, ghbors, and Mrs. G.B. anniversary. 19 ]Barber, Derrick M. Hatcher, Mr. and Mrs. anniversary. Duffee, Mr: and Whitmore, anniver- , Susie Crum, )rd. 22 renda Bussey, Judy Lea Pagelow, Matt Louise Etheridge. Smith, Laurie Lott, .and Mrs. Ronnie Smith, and losses and gains. But always in all ways God's guiding and leading and He alone knows the things we're most need- ing. And when He sends sorrow or some dreaded official in, be assured that it comes with God's kind benediction. And if we accept it as a gift of His love, we'll be showered with blessings from our Father above. --Helen Steiner Rice SOCIAL SECURITY Disabled Retired Self Employed BORROWERS Payoff Bankruptcies 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. Contact Sam Chapman: (706) 674-2311 LYONS GALLERY I! Pon't 1my anywhere else until you've checked our prices/ Lee Middlet0n, Effanbee, and many more # a,00z 706-6724)282 One block south of downtown Greenville, GA Moun W/lle News BY MAE TOWNS Members of the Mountville Community Club met June 2. A "Talent Show" was presented by a trio of young members; and officers were elected for new club year 1999-2000. President Charles Newsome welcomed members and guests from Mountville, Hogansville, Big Springs and Meriwether County. Jodie Newsome presented the devotion and invocation. A ninth grade student at Callaway High School, she is the daugh- ter of Charles and Nancy Newsome of Mountville. Hostesses for the covered dish dinner included Alison Wilson, Angela Chambers, Nancy Newsome and Wanda Costley. Mrs. Newsome deco- rated the serving tables with arrangements of multi-colored flowers. President Charles Newsome recognized all members with birthdays in May and June; and requested report of nominating committee. The following officers for 1999-2000 were elected: Jackie Jones, president; Kay Humphries, vice president and program chairman; Gayla Jones, secretary; Wanda Costley, treasurer and devotion chairman; hostess committee- chairman Alison Wilson, Angela Chambers, Nancy Newsome, Wanda Costley; and Mae Towns, reporter. Club treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Costley. New signs for the commu- nity are currently being con- structed and will be erected by President Newsome. A donation to the Mountville Elementary School's media cen- ter was approved by club mem- bers. Due to mid-week church services, the club voted to change the regular meeting date from first Wednesday in the. month. The new date for club meetings will be Monday evening following the third Sunday of each month. Also, members approved regular club meetings will begin in early August and end in May. In addition, a picnic will be planned for the first Saturday in June at the Roosevelt State Park's Liberty Pool. The "Talent Show" featured: Daniel Wilson, a three-year-old, singing; Julia Wilson, a fourth grader at Rosemont Elementary School, playing the piano; and Samantha Jones, a fourth grader at Mountville Elementary School, performing an acrobatic routine. All from the Big Springs Community, Daniel and Julia are the chil dren of Derrick and Alison Wilson; and Samantha is the daughter of Leslie Jones. 00irst t/st Happenings BY PATTI PHILLIPS Deacon of the Week: Lewis Phillips. The special music Sunday morning was the solo, "His Eye is on the Sparrow" by Sondra Lee, accompanied at the piano by Lynn Campbell. Rev. Thurman Henderson preached for us both services Sunday. Congratulations to Bob and Melody Arrington and big sis- ter Kayla at the birth of Marlee Alyssa on May 10th. They live at Stockbridge. Mavis Garrett is the great-aunt. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Louise Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ely Swanson, Roy Burdette, Virginia Taylor, Ruby Teel, C.E. Stevenson, Avis Hammond, Clyde Burks, Winifred Green, Ella Pittman, Epsie Sarah Driver, David Allen Currie, Mae Foster, Lucille Friend, Eva Strickland, Pauline Powers, Mable Hall, Barry Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Chaffin, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Partridge, Lurlie Hurley, Grace Duffey and Lucille Ashley. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of Florence Keith, Phillip Eley and Aldo Haney at their recent deaths. If you don't have a church home, we invite you to come worship with us at Hogansville First Baptist Church located at 500 East Main Street. 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