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July 10, 2003

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HOGANSVII_LE HOME NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 10, 2003 spel Crusade' Set for S0000turday Gospel Singing Crusade" will the next singing on Saturday, The singing will be held at 1100 West in Manchester. The doors will open at 5:30 and the will start at 6:00. are going to have delicious food by The Crusade Volunteers. ................ :.:..: ....... =:::.:, ..  ., :.:.  . We have donated items to raffle, excit- ing cakewalks, and live gospel music. The singers for the night will be Forgiven 4, from Roanoke AL, The New Travelers from Columbus, and others. We want to encourage all churches to come join us. Bring your family and friends and come out and fellowship! Admission is FREE but donations are gladly accepted to keep this music ministry going. HnR BROWN & HAR, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 251"0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org Ga W W. Brown Baptist, Yellow Book Hogansville Fundraiser Yellow Book Awareness for Boys along with Baptist Church will have a raiser event on July 10, 2003 (5 to Friday July 11, 2003 (4 to 8 p.m.); and Saturday July 12, 2003 (11 to 7 p.m.) at the Piggly Wiggly Parking lot in Hogansville. Food items being sold: catfish or whiting fish plates, chicken tender plates, funnel cakes, fried green tomatoes, grilled hotdogs, hamburgers, corndogs, barbecue sand- wiches, and soft drinks. Please join us on these days for good southern food. :): : GOLDEN WED- DING ANNIVER- SARY - The children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews of Mary and Billy Bryant of Manchester gave the couple a seated dinner party at the Holiday Inn in Athens on Saturday evening, May 24, to celebrate the cou- ple's 50th wedding anniversary. The couple was married at Talmadge Heights Baptist Church in Athens on June 21, 1953 and has lived in Manchester for 44 years. Some 45 friends and relatives attended the gala affair. Mathis- Frazier T announce " ement of their daughter, Kara to KirkFrazier of Americus, Ira Mathis and Kirk Frazier son of Mel Frazier of Newnan and Glen and Glynda Thor of Powder Springs. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Joel and Christine Mathis of Jacksonville, Fla., and the late Early and Jackie Rogers of Sasser. She has one sister, Brittney. She is a 1997 graduate of Lee County High School in Leesburg. She is also a 2001 graduate of Georgia Southwestern State University, where she earned a bachelors of science degree in Psychology. She is a mem- ber of the Kappa Delta sorority. She is cur- rently employed as a special education teacher for the Dougherty County School System. The groom-elect is the grandson of Cary and Tommie Frazier of Rome and Hansel and Betty Jane Stripling of Manchester. He has one brother, Kevin. He is a 1996 graduate of McEachern High School in Powder Springs. He is also a 2002 graduate of Georgia Southwestern State University, where he earned a bachelors of arts degree in Political Science. He is currently employed as a sales representative for Illumination Systems of Denver, CO. The wedding is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 26 at Byne Memorial Baptist Church in Albany. A reception will be held at the Grand Island Club in Albany. Invitations will be sent to family and friends. The cou- ple will reside in Denver, CO. Cantata Presented Adult Choir of the First Baprist  Presented, "IN GOD A PATRIOTIC Greg and Gall arranged by Greg and Stan Pethel, on July 6, 2003 during a.m. Morning Hour. Narrator was Willis, Pastor. Were Mrs. Sondra Lee "America the Beautiful", and Jim Campbell - "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory". Selections included: "In God We Trust", "America the Beautiful", "Of Thee We Sing", "The Star Spangled Banner", "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory", "We ask for Strength", and "In God we Trust" - finale. Mrs. Lynne Campbell was the Music Director, Sound Technician was Stuart Lee, flag bearers were Nick Suddeth with the American Flag and Chris Hunter with the Christian Flag. Choir members for the presentation of the Cantata were Mavis Garrett, Sondra Lee, Bianca Price, Andrea Otwell, Marie Hines, Belle Willis, Susie Dial, Evelyn Spivey, Etta Bennett, Beth Maxwell, Patti Phillips Jim Campbell, and Huell Stephens. Dean & Mrs. Jack Crews, k Mrs. Rex Freeman Collier Jackson Leidner Smith Jean Howington Robyn McCann Mr. & Mrs. Ken Rowe (A) L.T. Medley (mem) July 13 Chuck Strickland Doris Almand Mark Rogers Scott Bonner Mr. & Mrs. Ken Gordon (A) Juy14 Bill Lowe Michael R. Reynolds Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Clark (A) Mr. & Mrs. Tony Katter juyls Kacie White Mary Sue Shivers Matthew Burnham Jury 16 Tommy Hunt Mr. & Mrs. Harold Barber (A) Rev. & Mrs. (A) GOLF TOURNAMEN 1st Annual Greenville High School Athletic Booster Club Golf Tournament Where: Roosevelt Warm Springs Golf Course When: Saturday July 26, 2003 (Start at 10 AM) Format: Four-Man Team Scramble (You Get Your Team Together) Extra and Single Golfers will be put together on a team at the tournament. Mulligans $5.00 a Piece (Limit 2 Per Golfer) Prizes: Door Prizes Will Be Given Out 1st Place Team - $300.00 2nd Place Team - $100.00 3rd Place Team- $50.00 LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED Cost: 50,00 per golfer or s200,00 per team for more information: L Jeremy Williams Head Coach GHS me# 706-628-5825 or Cell# 706-392-4138 "-Jack at Warm Springs Golf Course ................... 706-655-5230 & i , Go where the best brand names come with baby-sized prices. Join now for $35 and we'll give you a $10 coupon. , to spend at the new BJ's Wholesale Club in Newnan. 331 Newnon Crossing Bypass, Newnon, GA 30265 Located on Route 34 in the Newnan Crossing Complex behind Target. Club Hours: Monday- Saturday: 9 am - 9:30 pm, Sunday: 9 am - 6 pm 1-800-BJS-CLUB www.bjs.com Savings based on life? "i  may not  r   , i   for cash or ttons"able, and is good for new members only. $10 will be awarded as o Type B coupon that can be umd [or any Club merchandise except gasoline, tobacco, alcohol and prescriptions. C expires 7/31/03. 2003 ',