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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2003 PAGE 3-A S Callaway will begin next 9th and 12th grades Tuesday, July 12:00 - 6:00. th grades will on Wednesday, July 12:00-6:00. should bring f of residency. may join ET.O. $10.00 ee is $10.00 raoney is used for stu- activities during the Permits are for the year (must Proof of insurance,car number and driver's Prom dues are may also join our in Athletics, pur- Yearbooks, and have Student identification ($3.00; first time are free) Set Aug. 8 Moonlight Ballroom ge and County Parks and hold a casual dance from8:00 ).m. at the Callaway on Dallis Street Music is by the Visitor, couples $15. rock-n-roll, fox- cha- and more. For the dance or essons, call or (706) 884- By Bryan Geter MAKING IT HAPPEN- Leaders of the R.D. Hill Multi- Purpose Senior Citizens Center in nearby Greenville include (L-R): Margaret Clemmons, supervisor of build- ing and grounds; Earnest McNish, supervisor of activ- ities; and Gloria Morris, Director. t00etty Carpenter Circle 0000njoys July Meeting The Betty Carpenter Circle of the Hogansville First Baptist Church met there Monday afternoon, July 7, 2003 with eight mem- bers present. They were: Mavis Garrett, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Jean Miller, Fletcher Acree, Mavis Phillips, Patti Phillips, Helen Stephens and Nettle Rowe. The Call to Order was by Mrs. Garrett; Opening Prayer by Miss Gillespie; Reading of Minutes by Mrs. Stephens; Treasurer's Report by Miss Gillespie. July Project: Carry Tray, bread, pickles, chips and drinks to Joycie Brown due to the death of her SteP- Mother, Sarah Beall. July Hostesses were: Mavis Garrett (Program) and Jean Miller (Refreshments). Mrs. Garrett told about WMU upcoming events at Camp Pinnacle in Clayton and Thomaston. August Hostesses are: Joyce Williams (Refreshments) and Jean Miller (Program). The Program was pre- sented by Mavis Garrett, "HUSSHHHH, The Secret Prayer Request." The arti- cle was written by Brenda Poinsett. Missionaries don't tell us they get discouraged. Mrs. Garrett also told about "Alphabet Praise" by Carol Chatman, IMB Missionary in Lima, Peru. Call to Prayer: Mrs. Garrett. She read the verse to remember: Hebrews 11:9. Prayer focus was Luriof Iran. She asked for Prayer for Missionaries with Birthdays today. Closing Prayer: Mrs. Stephens. Refreshments were Pimento Cheese Sandwiches, Chicken Salad Sandwiches, Potato Chips, Sara Lee and Cheesecakes (Dark and White Chocolate). Cokes, Diet Cokes or Water were served to 'the ladies. & Mrs. Biily (A) Hines (M) Thompson & Mrs. Chris (A) & Mrs. Joe Lee (A) Shane Stillwell (M) McCollum (M) J. Lott (M) Alford Cleo Tucker ..... Hm'r¥Car3iale .... Jane, Huckabee .... Julia Morrow Rex Freeman Shane Taylor Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Windsor (A) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Harrison (A) July27 James D. Seymour Jenny Norwood Clifford Michael Crews (M) j.zy 2s Jauny Burnham Mike Wessinger Shane Searels Vessie Shirey (M) Ju/y 29 Chasitie Helton Dale Thompson David Barrett Gloria Prather Heather Noles Irma Gamble Mathew Knopp Pete Maxwell Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Norton (A) July 3O Katie Hanners Kaylee Harmers Kimberly Smith Chris Sanders Springfield to Celebrate 'All Ministries Day' The Springfield Baptist Sunday, July 27 at 4 p.m. Please join us on this special Church, Poplar Street, Special guests will be pastor day. Hogansville, will celebrate Jerry Black and the Beulah Rev. Joseph McGuire is "All Ministries Day" on Baptist Church of Decatur. the pastor. America's Home Place The Home You Want, Where You Want It. Site Built, Board By Board! 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