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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVn HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 2002 By Bryan Geter MRS. ANNIE LUCILLE TARVER GREENE, a retired teacher and artist from LaGrange, third from right, is one of five new members of the Georgia Humanities Council. Greene was swom by Gov. Roy E. Barnes, third from left, in a ceremony Wednesday, June 19th at the state Capitol. Others sworn in were Dr. Lucretia Peyton-Stewart of Georgia State University, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Bockman of Decatur, Dr. Calvin B. Grimes of Morehouse College and Dr. T. Marshall Jones of Albany State University. Deacon of the Week: Joe Travis. Worship WitlThe Word: Stuart Lee (Psalm"122) JUNE 23 WAS Adopt an Annuitant Sunday in the SBC. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Ella Pittman, Evelyn Arnold, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Freda Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Evelyn Spivey, Mavis Phillips, Tom Flournoy, Lou Palmer, Wayne Butler, Wendy Irvin, Dorothy St. Clair, Randy Worley, Wayne Yarbrough, Haley Teasley, Horace Worley and Lucile Wilson. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of Gladys Partridge, E.J. Cavendar and Eugene Sheppard at their recent deaths. THE ADULT CHOIR spe- cial music June 23 in the morning was "The Blood grill Never Lose Its Power." Rev. Buddy Waldron preached for us both servic- es June 23rd. In the morning his message was from Mark 5, "The Business of Jesus." The fifth Sunday night song service is June 30, 7 p.m. at Trinity Worship Center at 1402 Bass Cross Rd. Congratulations to Mr. JOIN US FOR A in The Hmtonc Village of Warm Spnngs, 10:00 a.m. till Children's Carousel " Entertamme Moonwalk 1-800-FD00-192 i The City of Warm Springs Wishes Everyone A HAPPY 4th OF JULY Mayor Hazel Ramsey, Richard Owen, City Clerk Susan Allen Deron Hicks Margaret Long Celie Parker Gerrie Thompson H A P P Y | N D Sandwiches : Pizzas :: Susage Sandwic.hcs !! week from till 7 p.m. ,i J ('0untry Classics !Best Xitte "BIG" store in West Centra] C, eorg/a Come in to see our specia/s. i. Bob Timberlake by Lexington Howard Miller Grandfather Clocks Lane Recliners, Sofas, Curios, etc. Fitz & Floyd S6 Broad St, Wan. Spn'ngs (706) 6,-Z609 countryclassic@fiotmail.com * 40 Guest Rooms . Non-Smoking Handicapped 2546 Roosevelt Hwy. Microfreeze Manchester, GA , Continental Breakast 7 )6-846-1247 H.B.O ,i i i i Wo0d, C011egiate C011ectibles Sterling Silver Jewelry Big Green E Grill Concrete Garden Many Other Gift Items! ii i i Mountain Crafts .ES Bmad Warm Springs, GA 31830 fros) sss-3sos JOAN BUTTS, Owner i 4 l(dq,,e (%,,m/ Located 11 Miles South of Warm Spdrs, GA cehouse@alltel.net Mike & Sue Page , Hwy. 41 Tel. (706) 674-2671 \\;Vtxiland, GA 31836 P N D N C D A Y ! II & Nursing Home taffed E.R. ! Imaging Services & Delivery Suites Suites Home Quality Healthcare Close to Home 5995Spmg&e Wamorgs, C-eo 706-655-3331 ,(. Apparel & Accessories for the Pampered Lady 86 Broad St., Warm Springs, GA 706-655-3414 The Village R.taurant , of Warm Springs . , Beside First Baptist Church at 5744 Spring St Warm Springs, GA , 706-655-2025 Lunch Buffet $4,99 Open 11 a.m.- 5 p.m. 0.aers: Mike Keisler & Kathy Adams  k CELEBRATE THE b Many, Many BOUTIQUE unique FOURTH  , gifts& decorations! A stellar collection of unique gifts. Sim - E-Mat apb-taoom o. Box 485, 60 Broad St., Wewn Springs, GA 3830  (706) 655-3894 SHOP WARM SPRINGS DURING THE DAY AND WATCH CALLAWAY FIREWORKS AT and Mrs. Chris Cam the birth of Jacob Kai, i 10 at West Georgia System, weighing seven 11 oz. and 20 inches long. to Mr. and Mrs. Waldrop, who were June 14 at Naples, Fla. bride is the former Redeker; and Mr. and Scott Odom, who were tied June 22 at Tenn. The bride Sandy Stephens. Antioch Broadcast For the last 20or 30 Antioch has had a live t broadcast every morning at 9:00. the demise of WTRR, broadcast has been air. Please note that ning Sunday morning, 7, air with its live radio cast. The broadcast rsunle on Be sure to tune in week at 90 on Chta-eh radio b At Ebenezer Ebenezer Church is excited announce that (Associates of Theater) will be performance in for the second time. is a touring theater team from Sterling in Sterling, els tEroughout the States sharing the God through mas that deal with i contemporary hag. This year's entitled "Slice of focuses on how God ordinary lives into dinary ones through in Christ. The held Monday evening, i m=7 sanctuary of Presbyterian Church of Main St. The community is attend. For questions re; the performance, Rev. Parker at 637 Regional Meeting Set The Regional Center Board of will meet 27th beginning at Center in Franklin. The n% iton. Meetings are open 675-6732, ext. 101 to  additional informatk Pittman on Dean's List   Kristin Amber Pitt  HogansviUe has been # .to-ca to the spring 2002 dea' seni at Valdosta State UnivO d To make the dean's li  29- dents must maintain a a e lative grade point aver=  pt at least 3.0 and must 1 :', Ho'g; semester grade point ! ,. age of at least 3,5 with llin nine hours of course  r Set Grade point average on- basedon a 4.0 scale.  in 1 on From EmorY '* way: Jessie Smith Hogausville, Mrs. Lataine Smith a Bachelor of Arts Fanory College of University in AtlantS  157th commencement mony on May 13th. Hubbard Dusty Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard, has Master's Degree LaGrange College. He grandson of Mrs. Hubbard and Mrs. Mae WiUiamson Hogansville.