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rAGE 10-A HOGANSVIIA HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 11, 2002 By Bryan Geq ENJOYING THE DAY - Longtime Luthersville citi- zen, Morean Austin enjoyed the WGT Open House last Thursday. She is being helped by Marvin Marus. By Bryan Geter THREE AREA LEADERS - Several Meriwether County dignitaries were on hand last Thursday at the WGT Open House held in Luthersville. Pictured above are (L-R) Medwether CountyAdministrator Robert Hiss, MC Chamber of Commerce President Lenn Chandler and MC School Superintendent Robert Hawk. Volunteers are needed to promote one-on-one attention for those who need special assistance. Call (706) 672-1110 to volunteer or register for classes either in Greenville or Luthersvitle. Classes will be held at the Luthersville Library at the City Complex and Talbotton Street in Greenville. Deacon of the Week: Ken Hines. Remember the sick and shut-ins.in prayer. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the family of Mrs. Evelyn Arnold at her recent death. The annual Sunday School picnic in obser- vance of Independence Day was July 3 at the pastorium. The Adult Choi r special music July 7 in the morning was "In God We Trust" (offer- tory) and "If My People Will Pray." Worship With the Word: Rev. Harold Willis (Psalm 84: 1-4). On Spiritual Heritage Day July 7, his morning message was "Forms of Freedom" (Galatians 5:1). That night, he con- tinued the Survey of the Bible with Micah. On Spiritual Heritage Day, the congrega- tion said the Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag and the Pledge of Allegiance to the Christian Flag. The Betty Carpenter Circle meeting of July 8 has been rescheduled to July 15. Happy birthday in July to Nettie Rowe on the 17th. Happy wedding anniversary in July to Rev. and Mrs. Harold Willis on the 6th, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Howell on the 24th, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee on the 25th and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Yarbrough on the 31st. During the month of July, we are having casual Sundays. Everyone can dress casual- ly, the choir is not wearing robes and the choir is sitting in the congregation after the spe- cial music. If you don't have a church home, we invite you to come worship with us here at HogansviUe First Baptist located at 500 East Main Street. Moonlight Dance Sel00 For Friday The Moonlight Ballroom Dance Club andhe Troup CounW Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a ballroom dance on July 12, 2002 at The Callaway Auditorium in LaGrange from 8:00 - 11:00 p.m. (EDT), *Theme: 50's Sock Hop. *Dress: Casual or 50's. .Visitor couples are wel- come - $15.00 per couple, Music will be provided by "Doug and the IBM Band." For information on the dance or ballroom dance les- sons, call Laura at (334) 642- 1381. Local Cat Club Cancels Meeting The Troup Cat Supremacy League has can- cled its July meeting. "It's too hot; we wouldn't be able to get these cats to do anything, anyway," com- mented a spokesman. Reg. s295 $2z5 Sale Gallon VAN'S HARDWARE & Farm Supply 61 Industrial I1., lltsllG (706) 637-6263 Support Our Open ay at 8 a.m. at I p.m. Vendors Welcome NO TABLE 707-6 2 8- 5 0 3 3 CHARGE 3g05 Mill RcL Cataula, KAROAKE with James Steak & Seafood Warm Springs, GA EVERY THURSDAY 8:00 to 12:00 706-655-2563 I i . e Fresh Strawberrte o d, nelo $. Cantaloupe;i! and __  , : 9AM- 6 PM between Warm and t/HOMES" NEW HOMES" NEW HOMES" NEW HOMES" NEW HOM[ Happy anniversary goes out to the fol- rowing cohpIes: Mr. and Mrs: Gerald (Karen) 3abaley, Jr. on their third on July 9; Mr. and Mrs. John Henry (Alice) Portress on their 53rd on July 9; Mr. and Mrs. Dondi (Minniette) Dean on their ninth on July 10; Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Juwarn) Middleton on their fourth on July 11; Sgt. Major Daniel and Mrs. Elizabeth Williams on their 13th on July 14 and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey (Natasha) Searcy, Jr. on their seventh on July 15. We wish them many, many more! The Ellis 21st annual birthday celebra- tion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stark (Annie Marie) Ellis, Jr. in the St. Marks community on July 4th. The honorees were: Mr. Christopher Leon Williams, July 2nd; Ms. Alanda Tamekia Leigh and Mrs. Kippie Lynn : Roberts, July 3rd and Mrs. Wenonah E, Leigh, July 4tb. Our theme was "Birthdays are filled with yesterday's memories, today's joys, and tomorrow's dreams." We wish them many, many birthdays. : We're happy to report that Mrs. Sandra Ford Brown of Lone Oak is home from Emory ! Rehabilitation Center. Also, Mr. Walter Scott Harris of St. Marks is home from the hospi- :tal and doing nicely. = Our belated sympathy goes'out to the fam- ily of Mr. Vallee Freeman of Savannah, for- merly of St. Marks in his death. He was the son of the late Mr. Maymon Freeman and Mrs. Minnie E. Freeman of St. Marks. "May His peace be in your heart." Birthday greetings go out to: Mr. Charles Anderson, Mr. Billy Bohannon, Jr., Rev. Frances S. Butler, Ms. Emily Kate Bohannon, Mrsl Ann Arrington, Mr. C-ene Autry Buchannan, Mrs. Gloria Ann Canty, Ms. Gwen Colton, Ms. Rosie Curry, ,Mr. Kenneth Colton, Dr. Eydie M. Ellis, Mr. John Heard, Rex,. Thomas Hines, Jr., Toneicia Hines, grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis (Janette) Hines. Rev. Henry Johnson, Mr. Tommy Johnson, Mrs. Charlone King, Ms. Annie Ruth Leigh, Ms. Sabrina Lindsey, Shantez Mays, nephewof Mr. and Mrs. I]mmy (Rachel) McGruder, Mr. John A. Miiner, Mrs. Eula Kate Jones, Ms. Lucile McDuffie, Mr. Ronald Portress, Kaneshia LaShon Rosser, Ms. Laura S. Russell, in memory of Mr. Lonnie McCambry, in memory of Mrs. Hattie McLaughlin, Mrs. Ollie Hines, in memory of Mr. Jackson McLaughlin, Kristin Lanette Rosser, Mrs. Dorothy Jo Rosser, Ms. Daisy and Mr. David Rutledge, Ms. Jeanette Rutledge, Rev. Lucy Stanley, Ms. Margaret Stanley; Mrs. Diane SeweIL daughter-in-law of Mrs. Eura Mae Sewell, Kiosha Wheelous, daughter of Ms. Melissa Wheelous, Shun Anthony Williams, Mrs. Vickie C. Williams, Mr. Travis Williams and Charles Andrew Worthans, Jr. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Mr. John Alvin Godfrey, Jr. of the Primrose community in his death. He grad- uated from Greenville Consolidated School in 1968. Wishing you peace and comfort. Remember our sick and shut-ins: Mr. Dewayne Beasley, Ms. Myrtice Daniel, Mrs. Mattie W. Etheridge, Mr. Rufus Heard, Sr., Mrs. Lugenia Jones, Mrs. Inez McCambry, Mr. Leroy Rhodes, Mr. Gecova Rosser, Ms. Mary Strozier and Ms. Lucille Tucker. Seed for Thought: The best gifts are tied with heartstrings: Oan-Kie Hom! NO MONEY DOWN* -Conv.n00..tto.og0000,b.00 LaGrange / Lifetime Vinyl Siding  Lmng Room w/Rropkce Spacious Kitch with Whiapo kme .  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