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July 26, 2001

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Holds Supper Hogansville Masonic le #93 hosted their annual s' Supper at the Lodge lay night. to illness and death, we Wer people who attended. iwho attended enjoyed fish, and trimmings and good ship 00u_ntv00e llOuntville United Methodist lien met July 9 at the home hr. and Mrs. Richard lSers in Mountville. acy Newsome presented a on "Chrismons." She lhe history of the handmade used to decorate dur- Christmas season She lined the meaning of the I includes "Christ" and lOgranl." , she displayed an rtment of white and gold which are used to dec- eChristmas trees in church- 1 gave the Biblical meaning 'he women's society dis- lans for a Chrismon Tree Placed in the church sanc- Y. esident Helen Thrash pre- an inspirational story and entitled "Her Price is Far e Rubies." esident Thrash welcomed / members including: ela Chambers, Jean Mote, Newsome, Leslie Pike, towns, and Alma Wood. also reported on struc- of the women's society, and of July 31 for nominat- committee to report UMW 2002 officers range District official. Pike made report on baskets delivered to new- rs, as well as food and flow- tmity. you" notes were d with the UMW: one from :Pincher of Mountville, for- of Huntsville, Alabama; e from the family of Louise h of Tusealsa, Alabama, :rly of MounWflle. Rev. Dane Wagner, pas- gMountvflle and Big Springs C, announced a LaGrange fief-wide Training Event will eld at Mountville on August 30 p.m. "Developing Church .'rship" will be led by Dr. Ed Executive Assistant ; Bishop. All Laity are urged he next meeting of the UMW Monday, August 13 at the of Jean Mote. Program will be Leslie Pike. COMING - 111rd Tyme Out, pictured ,bove, will perform at Hoofer's Gospel Bam in near- by LaGrange on August 3rd and 4th. Several groups will be on hand on Thursday August 2nd beginning at 1:30 p.m. Bluegrass Festival Set " For Hoofers' ]00usic Barn Hoofer's Restaurant and The Gospel Barn in LaGrange are proud hosts of "IIIrd Tyme Out--Coming Home to Georgia," a Bluegrass Festival, Thursday, August 2 through Saturday, August 4. The music begins at 1 p.m. (Eastern) on Thursday and Friday and 12:30 p.m. Saturday, continuing until about 11 p.m. The Gospel Barn is an indoor, air conditioned facility that seats 1300. Performing two sets each on Thursday are David Davis & The Warrior River Boys, Gary Waldrop Band, The Ezells, Trinity Mountain Boys and Gary Brewer. Friday's featured performers include IIIrd Tyme Out, White Sands Panhandle Band, Trinity Mountain Boys, Fontana Sunset, Steven Sisters, The Ezells, and Foggy Hollow Band. Playing two sets each on Saturday are IIIrd Tyme Out, Mountain Heart, Sally Jones and the Sidewinders, Everette Brothers, White Sands Panhandle Band, and Tim Graves and Cherokee. A full service restaurant as well as a snack bar are open during the show. There is plen- ty of RV parking with a bath and shower house on site. For tickets or more infor- mation, call 706-88S-9300 or 800- 844-6737, ask for Bea Torrance. ....... "ne,u , Ellis The children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis (Lulene) Freeman enjoyed a well- deserved vacation in Disneyworld for.a week. Also, cel- ebrated three birthdays: Mrs. Annette Grady, Mrs. Jannette Hines and Mrs. Vita Sewell. What a time! Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mr. Harold Carter of Grange in his death. He was the son of the late Ms. Pauline Carter. May you rest in peace. The children of Mr. Dan Hines of Florida spent two weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis (Jannette) Hines of Granwille. We're happy to report that Rev. W.E. Geter is home from the hospital and doing fine. Remember Mrs. Dorothy T. Clements of Greenville in your prayers. Birthday greetings go out to: Ms. Jeanette Buchanan, Venise Black, great granddaughter of Rev. G.A. Black, in memory of Ms. Jessie Ruth Blount, Mr. Johnny Edward Blount, Jr., Mr. Gregory Colton, Jeremiah Colton, Shondra Colton, Ms. Mary C. Elder, Mrs. Catherine Gates. Mr. Tony Glanton, Ms. Annette Heard, Ms. Evelyn Heard, Mr. Eddie Roy Hines, Mr. William Hill, Ms. Sabrina Milner, Mr. Anthony Portress, Sr., Latarus Hernandez Stinson, Jason Studstill, Ms. Yolanda Stewart, Mrs. Mary D. Colton, Tracy Colton, Mr. Steve Colton, Mr. Tony Colton, Mr. Willie Coverson, Jeremy Brown, Toney Hines, Mrs. Jeanette W. Lucas, Tesheena Wanise McGruder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timmy (Rachel) McGruder, Jerame Lamar Phillips, in memory of Mr. Roy Porter, Jr., Ms. Cynthia Reese, Mrs. Bobble Jean Rosser Heflin, Ms. Wanda Rose Rosser, in mem- ory of Ms. Angela Sewell, Ms. Loretta Stinson, Shamekia Rutledge, Ms. Wendy Stewart, Marcus Rosser, Mrs. Melinda J. Schumaker, Carlos Sewell, in memory of Mrs. Roxie C. Burks, Mrs. Mable Watson, Tyneshia Wheelous, Ms. Sylvia Black, Mr. Robert Wilkerson, Mrs. Eloise McLaughlin, Mr. Charles Woods, Mr. Connell Johnson, Taylor Rosser and Mr. Felton McLaughlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. (Eloise) McLaughlin. SUMMER SPECIAL I Happy anniversary goes out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Henri (Constance) Rosser on their llth on July 28; Bro. Carlton and Evangelist Brenda Clark on their 29th on July 29 and Mr. and Mrs. Derek Hudson on July 30. We wish them many, many more! A very special happy birth- day to Mr. Joe Duncan of Grantville on July 25. Remember that I love you, from your wife, Mrs. Melissa Duncan. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks Community, invites everyone to their Musician's Appreciation Program on Sunday, July 29 at 11:00 a.m. Rev, W.E. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasley, associate pastor. In Memory of Mr. John C. King He loved God He loved i neighbor i LaGrange Columbus Mon.-Fri. 10-6  Lee Crossing Hamilwn Rd. 706-884-2899 :06d23-2NB Sat. 10-2 / Now THRU SATURDAY, JULY 28 20% OFF ENTIRE $1"O(111[* SAVE MORE ON SPECIAL GRouPs! DRESSES , PANTS , TOPS , SHOES 30% - 60% OFF Largesl select'm of tmiWrms arid scrubs in the aregt No otht:r discounts apply Value ,rubs excluded 0nly $25 does a great deal and gets you a great deal! Your $25 goes to Ronald McDonald House Charities TM You get a Free Phone 6z Two Months of local access! 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