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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS -JULY 12, 2001 PAGE 5 Chance [or Pajamas July 17 is the last chance to show off your at the Hoganswitle librar): Mrs. Debbie h Librarian, presents a farewell read- "PJ Read to Me Club" from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 must have all updates to your Vacation [Program folder turned m by Tuesday, July 17 credit for prizes and awards. Sure you are spotted at the Hogansville Senior flay, July 19, from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. Cain headlines our last program of the season. certificates and awards wilt be presented. will be served REALISTIC - Nancy Simko of the staff of the Little White House pose as Eleanor and Columbus State University Professor Dr. Tom Wentland poses as FDR. Her vintage era pat- terns were donated to the site. If you have clothing of the '30s and '40s to donate, please phone 655-5870 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. AND FUNERALS Hugh Haines, Jr. May 31, 1920 - July 5, 2001 :h Haines, Jr., 81, of Moreland, at Portsbridge Hospice in Riverdale. service was conducted July 8 in the zde A. McKibben and Sons Funeral m Hogansville. Reverend Jerry Eley and the Reverend Calhoun officiated and interment was in Cemetery m Moreland. were Tommy Oxford, Randy Matt Grant, Adam Grant, Hutch Haines Haines. Members of Bmgham Masonic !#53 served as honorary pallbearers. Haines was born May 31, 1920 in Neuaaan, late Thomas Hugh Haines and the late Air Force veteran of World War II, he at Moreland since 1948 and was a retired He was a member of the First Baptist and was a member of Bmgham include a daughter and son-in-law. land Randy Grant of Senoia; a son and daugh- the Reverend Jimmy and Nan Haines of his mother-m-taw, Mrs. Callie of Moreland; eight grandchildren; and one Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- Frank Barton July 8, 1913 - July 9, 2001 HOGANSVILLE Frank Barton, 88, of Hogansville, died July 9 at the Florence Hand Home in LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted ,luty 11 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Marion Shivers and the Reverend Rance SprayberrT officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Jim Brown, Bob Barton, ,Ierry Barton, H.C. Brock, Mark Brock, and Shannon Brock. Mr. Barton was born July 8,1913 in Greenville, South Carolina, son of the late William and Ozella Gains Barton. He had lived in Hogansville since 1923, was a member of St. James United Methodist Church and retired as assistant personnel manag- er for Uniroyal, Inc. in Hogansville after almost fifty years of sen'ice. He was a founding member of the Hogansville Sportsman's Club. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Laconia Rowe Barton of Hogansville; niece and nephews, Bob and Beverly Barton and Harriett and Jim Brown, all of Dahlonega, Jerry- and Pat Barton of Dunwoody, and Travis Chaff in of Hogansville; and sisters-in-law, Mrs. Agnes Reynolds, Mrs. Janie Tatum, Ginna and H.C. Brock, all of Hogansville, and Mrs. Margaret Stowe of Oxford. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. Deacon of the Week: Jim Campbell. Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class with Carl Bennett as their teacher on having 100% perfect attendance July 1st. Remember the sick and shut- ins in prayer. Worship With the Word was by Latisha Mitchem. Ellen Davis had Children's Church on July 1. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of Mozelle Dial and Lurlie Hurley at their recent deaths. Rev. Willis began Adult VBS with an introduction to "Truth Trackers and the Secret of the Stone Tablets" on June 27. He begins lesson 1 on July 18 and study books are available. July 1st, we had an Independence Day service cele- brating the July 4, 1776 signing of the Declaration of Independence. The monthly family night sup- per and organizational meetings will be July 11 instead of July 4. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Calhoun at the birth of their son, Zachary Scott Calhoun on May 23 and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Stephens at the birth of their son, Jacob Wendall Stephens on June 7. We are having informal month in July. The choir will not wear robes and will sit in the con- gregation after the morning spe- cial music. There will be more "gospel" songs and informal dress will be expected. Happy birthday in July to Imesha Rhodes on the 6th and Nettie Rowe on the 17th. Happy wedding anniversary in July to Dr. and Mrs. Billy Burks on the 5th, Rev. and Mrs. Harold Willis on the 6th, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Howell on the 24th, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee on the 25th, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams on the 29th and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Yarbrough on the 31st. Rev. Willis' next Survey of the Bible will be July 15. The Fifth Sunday Night song service is July 29 at Highland Baptist Church, 7:00 p.m., and is sponsored by the Hogansville Ministerial Association. The Creation Emphasis Sunday had a  attendance to hear Dr. Grady S. McMurtry of Orlando, Florida and Creation Worldview Ministries was well attended all three seminars. There were many visitors includ- ing Bethel Chapel Baptist Church of LaGrange Sunday night. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street Remember the sick, shut-ms and bereaved in prayer. Deacon of the Week: Mike Cruce (July 8). Congratulations to the Ever Ready Sunday School Class (Mavis Garrett, teacher) on hav- ing 100% perfect attendance July 8. The special music Sunday morning, July 8 was a solo, "Amazing Grace," rendered by Sondra Lee with Lynn Campbell at the piano. Rev. Harold Willis' sermon Sunday morning, July 8 was, "Growing in Christlikeness" (Ephesians 4:7-16). The month of July, we are hav- ing casual Sundays (no choir robes and everyone dresses casu- ally. After the special music, the choir is sitting in the congrega- tion and all the music is gospel). We had our monthly family night supper, General WMU, Men's Ministry, etc. last night (July 11) at the church. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets at the church Monday, July 16. 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