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Witma Hudson Audition We were there only about hour and a half. Our grandson, Jonathan, The Georgian Hotel in Atlanta for a When I met him at eight a.m., he had breakfast alone and was sipping a week before, while was on a trip to with his family, I saw newspaper notice for need of an 11-year old boy lovie that Robert I direct next fall in 2harleston. had arrived ahead of ut Johnathon was given a fill out an On it he listed his as fishing and chair, he went and k of cards and was on the floor playing "War" ditioner. boys must have been style of athlet- - available. One wore sad- and one wore plat- sandals. I saw only one pants and shirt. one. wore his ball cap )st boys were accompa- mothers. There were athers and a smattering One woman on crutches and one man using a cane. There was Picture taking. Parents and one woman checks and paying -information. sheet "The Legend of Vance is a romantic fable, set during an golf match in Bobby Jones and es much more sporting event. The ; seen through the eyes Hardy the bottom of the page "Please be aware: open call, the cast- is very long. You not hear from us regard- s on this search. need to reach you, we &apos;Summe " Opportunity' Program Begins July 12 Students from LaGrange, Troup Comprehensive and Callaway High School who pre- registered for the "Summer Opportunity" program for the summeradministration of the Georgia High School Grad- uation Test are reminded of the following dates and times. Summer Opportunity Classes begin on July 12. Students are to report to the main lobby at Troup High School at the time their class is sched- uled to begin to pick up class assignments. The test administration is  ' . i! i .: [tOME NEWS - JULY 8, 1999 - PAGE 3 from July 23 - 29. July 23, writ- ing; July 26, Science; July 27, English/Language Arts; July 28, Mathematics; July 29, Social Studies. All test will begin at 9 a.m. and will be administrated in the Troup High School media center. Students are required to bring #2 pencils to take either portion of the test and those registered for the writing portion should also bring two blank ink pens. Students are allowed to use calculators for the math and sci- ence portion of the test. Calculators will be provided. However, students may bl'illk and use their own if they pre far. A Picture I.D. is required it7 order to be admitted into tb, test center. Students must pass h,. Writing, English/I.anl4  :.,g Arts, Social Studies, M:h, matics and Science per! i ll. t, the test in order to recewc high school diploma in the 1,i of Georgia. Only students who prt ,:, istered for the test admim.i , tion will be allowed to particJ pate in that activity. First 5 'ap t/s t Happenings BY PATTI PHILLIPS Zachary Masdon of Spartanburg, South Carolina is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Spradlin. Congratulations to Debbie Milan Wade, daughter of Nancy Masdon Raven on being sworn in as Troup County Probate Judge Tuesday morning, June 29,1999. The former Chief Clerk is replacing L. Gwen Prescott, who retired due to his health. Our youth, GAs and RAs ar now meeting together every Wednesday night in a Backyard Bible Club for the summer. Their first meeting was June 30th at the home of MLM Joe Lee studying How Do I Know God Is On My Side. They also had a Bible Scavenger Hunt. The group also does Christian Catering Wednesday nights. Contact Beth Maxwell or Sandra Lee if you want to host the group on a Wednesday night (7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.), to donate refresh- ments or suggestions. We observed Independence Day on Sunday in our Morning Worship and had no service that night. July 7th was Missions Night, which began with a covered dish supper and Men's Ministry, General WOM, youth, Ga's and Ra's all meeting at the church, the Adult Choir practices every Wednesday night. We are having a devotion and ice cream with cokes and cookies during the 7:00 p.m. evening worship of July llth. This will be in the church fel- lowship hall. The Petty Carpenter Circle meeting is at the church July 12th at 2:30 p.m. The Western Baf, i :: Association Quarterly Mc Ministry (formally known Brotherhood) meeting will t, on July 22rid. Remember the sick, shin w and bereaved in your prayer:- Happy Birthday in July !, . Rev. Thurman Henderson ,:, the 3rd, Nancy Spradlin on i,, 5th, Nancy Masdon Raven ,, the 14th, Nettle Rowe on the 15t b and Mogdle Dial on the 29t b Happy Wedding Anniversary to: Dr. and Mrs. Billy Burks o the Sth (their lst), Mr and Mr: Tony Maxwell on the llth (their lst), Mr. and Mrs. Terr Aldridge on their 15th, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Howell on their 24th Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee on the 25t h and Mr. and Mrs. Waym Yarbrough on the 31st. GratTtville-Lone Oak St. Marks BY JANIE El, uS Happy Anniversary goes out to the following couples. Mr. and Mrs .... Michaet  (Stephanie) Tinsley on their 1st on July 2nd, Mr. dMrs. Jot',n Henry (Alice) Portess on their 50th on July 9th"Mr. and Mrs. Dondi (Minniette) Dean on their 5th on July 10; and Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Juwarn) Middleton on their 1st on July 11. We wish them many, many more! Get well wishes go out to Ms. Linda Bohannon of Carrollton, formerly of Grantville who underwent knee surgery last Rene' Tennant and Red Freeman i t;J00nant, Freeman o Marry on July 10 I< ,c' Ibmmnt ofChilocothe, 4ft, and Red Freeman of  tog,msville will be married ta i. h} .'im,'day. ,luly 10 at Corinth i iaplist Church in Hogansville. The bride is the daughter of !,:c., l)cnnis and Jo Miller of ,harmon, West Virginia. ic ,d graadmother is Freta 'diller, also of Buchannon, West ,qrginla. i'at c.l, (if the groom are ,,,cl Freeman of Hogansvflle md b.lhert Freeman of Five Points, Alabama. Maternal grandmother is Myrtle Gadd of Hogansville. A stock the pantry shower was given on June 26, 1999. By the groom's sister Tami Neese. The groom's sister and brother-in-law lni and Darrell Neese, will host the rehearsal dinner Friday night at the home of the groom's mother. All family and friends are invited to attend. seated where I could ........ people coming and goingof course, interested Was being worn. Many Wore shorts and I " :: ::: '::' several should not hose and heels shorts. There were a couple of "Sunday were mini-dresses, g. shifts outnumbered black shift was paved g blac.k hat, shift was acces- With hot pink ankle white tennis shoes. pants. ' I liked most a short, white linen an -shoul- d a long black printed with was a, h dark sandals gray cotton suit long skirt edge, but did not was-in the third 20,to be igterviewed. left to pUrsue other s, including lunch at enjoyed spending him. week. Also to Mr. Curtis Grigs of St. Marks, who underwent surgery last week. The Ellis 18th annual birth- day celebration was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stark (Annie Marie) Ellis, Jr. in St. Marks community on July 3, 1999. The honorees were: Mr. Christopher Leon Williams July 2nd Ms. Alanda Tamekia Leigh and Mr. Kippie Lynn Ellis, July 3, and Mrs. Wenonah E. Leigh July 4th. Our theme was "Birthday Happiness!" The blessing was led by Mr. Larry E. Leigh. Dan Stoutta# Volunteer workmen at White Plains United Methodist Church are (left to right) Wilbur Thompson Jr., Willie Grady Dean, Pastor W.EI dotter and Nathaniel Dean. The new entrance will allow access for the handicapped and restrooms. The menu consisted of bar  :, t<: Mr (;eneva Tucker, in becued ribs, chicken, p(nt, :,;. of Mr. Lonnie chops, hamburgers,, hot dogs, i',ic(,,t,-y, Mr. Richard L. assorted Buffalo wings, tossed T,,.:t,, r 5c., :,on of Mrs. Lunia salad, one birthday cake, lemon l'.l)t, h,.il m memory of Mrs. ado, assorted drinks and all ll,e |):ilk Mcl,atlghlin, Mrs. Betty trimmings. Family membe. and friends attending were: Mrs. Annette Culpepper, Mr Quinton Dean, Ms. Janie Ellis, Mr. J.C. Hough, Mrs. Catherine Gates, Mrs. Heidi Johnson and children, Ms. Kim Parks, Mr Alonza Prather, and Mrs Marion Williams and Jasmine We wish them many, man, birthdays. Please remember the sick and convalescing in your prayers: Mrs. Georgia I.ee Birts, Mrs. Gussie Blount, M Roscoe Blalock, Mrs. Lucilh: Colton, Mrs. Leanda Coverson. Mr. William Colton, Ms. Carolyn Dean, Mr. andMrs. Curtis (Mary Hall) Griggs, Mr. Johnny Dean Mr. Willie Dean Jr., Mrs. Carrie: Bel Harden, Mr. and Mr Nathaniel (Julia) Harris, M Walter Scott Harris, Mrs. Willie Mac Kidd, Mrs. Florence Malone, Mr. Leonard Sewell Mrs. Grace Snellings, Mr. Oliver Thompson, Mrs. Emma Lo Smith, Mrs. Tula Mae Thornton Mr. Ernest Willoby and Mrs Annie Young. Birthday greetings go out to: Mr. Kenneth Colton, Mr. Amo:: Dewayne Cousins, Mr. John Heard, Rev. Thomas E. ttines Jr., Mrs. Charlone King, Rev Henry Johnson, Mr. Tommy Johnson, Mrs. Annie Ruth Leigh, Mr. John A. Milner, Kristie Lanette Rosser, daugh- ter of Evangelist and Mrs. Willie David Rosser, Mrs. Gloria Ann Canty, Ms. Daisy and Mr. David Rutledge, Mrs. Deidre Sewell. Mr. Rocelle Jones, Mrs. Gwer. Colton, Mrs. Ollie Hines, Mrs Margaret Dobbs, Mr. Silas Trammel, Ms, Imogene Todd. Dr. Eydie M. Ellis, Mr. Gem Autry Buchannan, Ms. Jeanetl c Rutledge, Mrs. Bernice It Birthdays & Anniversaries !, .... "i)He, in memory of Mr. ,l;)cl, :>,m Mcl ughlin, Ms. Teena Whil,. aml Mr. Mark White. 't'hc Bethlehem Baptist l,)t, h. 5|. Marks invites every- <>i. t(, iheir Revival Services I 12 through 16 at 7:30 p.m. '- lib ;ltt'Sl preacher, Rev. :,; t Washington, pastor of tii :;i.;d Baptist Church in N ',.,m Rev. Clifford Black is i i.t plht,a" The public is cor- liaii 3, hD'lltd i',,c While Plains United : kidt:d Church, St. Marks l i|,. everyone to their -::.i,,: a Choir 2nd , : :l :;a c yea Sunday, July 18, ! ,;":t ?il p m Rev. W.E. Geter ! ,hw a|ld Rev. George ; icy, A:,sociate Pastor. July 8 - Barbara Johnson Jimmy Littlefield Mr. and Mrs. Mark Adams Mr. and Mrs. Mark Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Martin July 9th -Sandy Lester July 10th- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crews Sr. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Ritter July llth - Jack Leidner Robert Smith July 12th - Jean Howington July 13th- Chuck Strickland Mark Rogers July 14th - Bill Lowe Kenneth Phillips Kenny Adamson Mr. and Mrs. Tony Katter -, 00'""00arships Awarded hc l.aGrange Alumnae ',  ,'e: of Delta Sigma Theta ,%r.<,wity, Inc. is honored to :',, rd l l cc $1,000 scholarships I,, graduating young ladies for <m t st mding scholastic achieve- ments in high school. The schol- arship recipients are: KeJuana l.)cake ((allaway High-Troup Count% Aryeonne Johnson- ('()eta t?ounty, and Sheree 't, mbelander-Chambers Couui I IIIIrlllll IIIIIII Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was founded in 1913 on the campus of Howard University. Delta is a public service organ- ization, dedicated to providing positive leadership in the com- munity. Members of the LaGrange Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. are from Troup County, Coweta County, Chambers County, and Heard County. 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