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PAGE 6-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2003 Singing, Food Slated Saturday Gospel Singing is planned for Saturday night, July 26 at Bethel Chapel Baptist Church located at 210 Handley Street in LaGrange. The featured singers include the Hendersons of Milton, FL., the Seekers of Columbus, the Duvall Family of Breeman, Nothing But Grace of LaGrange and others. The singing starts at 7 p.m. Hamburgers and hot dog plates will be available. I I ::: !!;i!i,i i!il ,iiilii! i  ....... i!i:ii Mrs. Nona N. Schweizer August 1, 1933 - July 18, 2003 Mrs. Nona Norman Schweizer, 69, of Cleveland and a for- mer resident of Troup County, died Friday, July 18, 2003 at Hospice LaGrange. A memorial service was conducted at eight p.m., Tuesday, July 22, at Alaxander's Gateway Chapel Funeral Home in Cleveland, with the Reverend Chris Shelnutt officiating. Mrs. Schweizer was born August 1, 1933, in Tift County, daughter of the late David K. Norman and the late Myrtle Richards Norman. A resident of Cleveland since 1991, she was employed as executive assistant to the President of Freudenberg/NOK, having served the company in Cleveland and LaGrange for 23 years. She was the founder and direc- tor or the Miss Chattahoochee Scholarship Pageant, served on the advisory board of the Miss Georgia Pageant, was a certified Miss Georgia Preliminary Judge, and was a for- mer director of the Miss Troup County Pageant. A former print and runway model, Mrs. Schweizer was a member of Who's Who of International Management Professionals, and was a lifetime member of Amicae for Truett McConnell College. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Lisa and Michael Johnson of LaGrange; a son and daughter-in-law, David and Celeste Schweizer of Kennesaw; a sister and broth- er-in-law, Sherry and Charles Spradlin Of Hogansville; and ten grandchildren, Rebecca Ann Johnson, Victoria Rose Johnson, Joshua Raymond Johnson, Rachel Nicole Johnson, Gabriel Peter Johnson, Noah Seth Johnson, Matthew Elijah Johnson, Jessica Terry Schweizer, Sophia Geneviere Schweizer, and Tyler Geoffrey Buynoski. Memorial contributions may be made to Miss Georgia Scholarship Fund, 233 12th Street, Suite 316, Columbus, GA 31901; or to Hospice LaGrange Charitable Trust, 1510 Vernon Rd., LaGrange, GA 30240. Alexander's Gateway Chapel Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. FRIENDLY WELCOME - Rotary Club President Jennifer Elliott, center, congratu- lates new member Bo Ford, left, following his induction ceremony last Tuesday. Cliff Elliott, right, was his sponsor. Will Sunday, July the 50th anniversarY  end to the Korean War. More than Georgian men and served in the U. S. Forces that from enslavement served its democracy. These Korean War ans faced the that can be zenshiI one's life of life. Seven Georgians were action; another 1 wounded, 97 were oners of war, and 178 unaccounted for Every man and put on the of the United America and honor durin Over the years, has called on its St. Mary Methodist to Hold Revival The Reverend Gregory S. Williams and the St. Mary United Methodist Church Family at 100 Pine Street, Hogansville, invites every- one to their Annual Revival beginning Wednesday, July 30 through Friday, August 1 at 7:00 p.m. nightly. The Reverend Moses Woodruff, Jr. of Newnan Chapel UMC is the guest preacher. Homecoming serv- ice is Sunday, August 3rd at 11:00 a.m. Reverend Williams will be preaching. times to fight many places in the' because evil is much bacteria - it is always us, and if left alone, it Today, we should for the wonderful that we have America's war 34th Annual Homecoming Planned at Corinth You and your family are invited to attend the 34th Annual Homecoming Services of Corinth Baptist Church to be held Sunday morning, August 10, 2003. The 18th Annual Memorial Service will begin at 10:00 a.m. Lurline Hunt, Jackie Garner, Donald Robinson, O'Dessa Kent, and G.L. Fomby will be remembered. If you would like, you may place flowers in the Church to be recognized during the Memorial Service. Please make sure the card placed on the flowers has in whose mem- ory the flowers are placed and who placed the flowers in the Church. We ask you to try to have your flowers deliv- ered to the church on Saturday, August 9, by six o'clock in the evening. After the worship service you may do with them as you wish. Any other donations given will also be recognized during this service. The Worship Service will follow at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Franklin Treadwell will be bringing the message. A singing by Christianairs approximately 11:20, a lunch will be served singing approximately 12:30. We would also like to invite our Revival with the Rev. Teadwell. Services will begin I August 10 at 6:00 p.m. and August 11 thru Thursday, 7:00 p.m. For more information tact Donna Ray at (706) Time To FJa B00nk Make I ! "''"'w Hummingbird A Change ,rFDIC I I"e'00 "00or Serv,ce 14 N LaFayette Sq 1879 East 1103 Highway 34 LaGrange 675-8558 637-6621 88,.oo,6 CAR • HOME • HEALTH • LIFE 3]p W[(Ck(t The Holy Calling  *HOGANSMILL 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 lh'u! din'ct with the ownc . 637-8400 'll'y the BIG XTRA Wc .crvice u,hut we sell  H & H Builders • Commercial and Residential Remodeling • Concrete Work Terry Hester 706-884-2724 °CHEVRON° 189 E. 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Main St. Phone: Hogansvflle, GA 30230 (706) 637-6379 "We're taking a survey,", she says,, half joking. . "Do .you think I should have a baby'?" "It ill change your life," 1 say carefully, keeping my tone neutral. "I know," shc says. "'No more sleeping in on Saturdays, no more spontaneous vacations..." But that is not Qat I ntean at all...l want to tell her...that becoming a mother xll leave her vifl an otional vmtmd so raw flat she ill be forever x,ulnerable...tbat ,she will never ru a newspaper again xihou asking, "What if fllat had been my' childT'..fl no matter how sophisticated she is, becoming a mother viii reduce her to the primitive level of a bear protecting her cub..Jhat her lit, now so impoaant, fill be of less value to her once she has a child..,that she w’d We it up in a moment to save her offspring but 611 also behfin to h{pe for more years...to watch her child reach his [dreams]...that her relationship vdfla her husband vail change, but not in the ways she lima.ks. I vdsh she could undeva how much more you can love a man .ho is always caretial to powder the baby or ho never hesitat to play, with his [child]...that she 411 fall in love vdfl her r reasts she would find very tmromantic. I want to capture tbr l'r the belly laugh of a baby who is tomg tbe soft  of a dog for tbe tirst w her to taste tbejoy that ks so lbr her and me and 'all the mere wcnen vho ,,atmable their way Mon. Tue. Wed. Matt. Matt. Matt. Friday Sat. Matt. Matt. Religious Su, lies Church Supplies • Bibles * Robes • Sunday School Supplies • Hymnals • Books * Tapes Gifts • Cards • Plaques • Complete Selection Resonable Prices Senior's Discount 706-882-4899  E. Lafayeee Square Claude A. 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