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Mountville News Mountville, Georgia - United Methodist met August 9 at the of Helen Thrash. Mrs. presented a program "Power of the Tongue" necessity to discipline program chairman information from the reference of the Book James (third chapter), the quotations of the Rev. Greene, poetry; and distributed to UMW mem- a Bible Recipe for baking Cake". Thrash emphasized Christian include: first for God, master key to of Heaven; second - neighbor, as your- compassion; and third for yourself, discipline develop self esteem ent Clara Andrews the group and pre- devotion. members attending Clara Andrews, Costley, Gayla Jones, Mote, Willette Phillips, Pike, Helen Thrash, Mac and Alma Wood. Report of treasurer was pre- by Gayla Jones. Also Jones announced cards rints featuring a pen and g of the Mountville nited Methodist Church are In Appreciation was to everyone who planning a covered dinner on July 11 to wel- the new pastor: the Rev. G. Wagner, his wife and family. June, Wagner was to the LaGrange of the North Georgia to serve as Pastor Mountville Circuit. This BY MAE TOWNS includes three churches: Mountville, Big Springs and Odessadale United Methodist Churches. Members reported on visits made and gifts delivered to sick and shut-ins of the church com- munity. A special "thank you" was expressed to all volunteers who have worked to clean cemetery, church grounds, church build- ing, bulletin boards; arrange flowers; make plans for new church sign; and continue to raise funds for a New Fellowship Hall to be built. The Methodist Youth Fellowship plans to donate more new United Methodist Hymnals for the sanctuary. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Chambers, Sr. are leaders for the Mountville MYE Announcement was made that 171st Homecoming of Mountville UMC will be held on Sunday, Oct. 10, 11 a.m. with the Rev. Dane Wagner preach- ing. Special music will be pre- sented; and a "dinner on the ground" will follow the morn- ing worship. Following the business ses- sion, Program Chairman and Hostess Helen Thrash served refreshments to the women's society. UMWVice President Wanda Costly announced the next meeting of the group will be held on Monday, September 11, 7 p.m. at the Chambers' Home. Angela Chambers will serve as program chairman and hostess. A proclamation from the City of LaGrange and from the Troup County Board of Commissioners was presented to the Troup County School Board Monday proclaiming the 1999-2000 school year as "Focus on Character" year. Each month in the Troup County School System a differ- ent character trait will be emphasized. Jerrie J. Holmes, Public Relations Director for Troup County Schools, said that churches, civic clubs, business- es and local citizens are urged to help reinforce these charac- ter traits. The character trait for August is school pride-proper delight in the accomplishments of your school; September is respect-to feel or show honor for the feelings and rights of others; October- responsibility-to carry out a duty or task care- fully and thoroughly; November-kindness-being friendly, considerate and will- ing to help others; December-compassion- showing concern or sympathy for others; January- self-con- trol-controlling your actions and behavior; February-hon- estly-to be sincere and truth- ful; March- cooperation-work- ing together for a common pur- pose; April- dependability-able to count on, depend on and trust; and May-fairness-to be just, to do what is right. Holmes said that radio, TV and newspapers can help by promoting monthly charater traits, churches can help by pro- moting and discussing charac- ter traits in church, Sunday School and bulletins, business- es can post flyers and promote character education, civic clubs can promote traitas in meetings and newsletters and parents and local citizens can discuss the word of ther month with their children, friends and relatives. For more information call Jerrie Holmes or Debbie Harcrow at 812-7900. All 7pes of Credit Considered Assembly of God "Is there a God beside me? there is no other He's the great, great God of He's the great, great God of He's the great God who can world, He's the great God of the - Wagoner God can take the place of nothing can take the God. Sunday morning Bro. Hill's "A prayer of..." 6:9-13. Jeremy BY JOYCE RICHARDSON Royster brought forth the mes- sage Sunday evening; "Who is in Eou,r bpa.t/' Matthew 8L1=7. Happy birthday wishes go to Betty Todd and Jennifer Shelnutt. May God richly bless you both. Homecoming - August 29 with the Rev. Johnnie WiUiamson as our special morn- ing speaker after brunch "The Brumbelow family" from Centrahatchee, will be our feather singers. We invite you to come. Prayers are the stairs to God. Prayers are the stairs We must climb every day, ,, I.t)ve k9uld reach .9. There is no other way, For we learn to know God When we meet Him in prayer and ask Him to lighten our burden of care - So start in the morning and, though the way's steep, climb ever upward 'Till your eyes close in sleep For prayers are the stairs That lead to the Lord, and to meet Him in prayer Is the climbers reward. Helen Steiner Rice. First Baptist Happenings BY PATTI PHILLIPS Pave the way to peace in schools is the theme of walk at Hogansville School August 21 10 a.m. where they will pray the students, teahers and This is sponsored by th WMU. They will meet e front of the Baptist at 9:45 The fifth Sunday night song will be August 29th at l Methodist sponsored by the [le Ministerial Association. The Rev. Henry E. Hulgan's message on August 15 in the a.m. was: "The Assurance of Salvation" (I John 5: 7-13) and Sunday night, he continued with our study of Phillippians (1: 12- 30) "Magnifying Christ." The adult choir had a spe- cial and Sunday night also was a special by Stephen & Kathleen Hulgan from Senoia. As you pray, remember: Pauline Powers, Bob Tillman, Louise Wilson, Avis Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Ruby Teel, and C. E. Stevenson. ii ! :t !,,i :!i il !il : i ,i:! i !!, with ONCE ISSUED, THE DEATH BENEFIT IS GUARANTEED LEVEL AND CANNOT DECREASE GUARANTEED LEVEL PREMIUMS PREMIUMS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE LEVEL FOR LIFE AND DO NOT INCREASE WITH AGE GUARANTEED NON-CANcELABLE POLICY COVERAGE UNDER THIS POLICY CAN NEVER BE CANCELED AS LONG AS SCHEDuLED PREMIUM PAYMENTS ARE MADE. 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Get well wishes go out to Mrs. Annie Ruth Clements of the Zion Hill community, who underwent surgery last week. Please remmeber the sick and convalescing in your prayers: Mrs. Georgia Birts, Mr. Roscoe Blalock, Mrs. Lucille Colton, Mrs. Leanna Coverson, Mr. William Colton, Mr. Willie Dean Sr., Mr. Johnny Dean,. Mrs. BY JAN1E ELLIS Carrie Bell Harden, Ms. Carolyn Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel (Julia) Harris, Mr. Walter Scott Harris, Mrs. Mary Hall Griggs, Ms. Angela Harris, Mrs. Willie Mae Kidd, Mrs. Florence Malone, Ms. Roberta Robinson, Mr. Leonard Sewell, Mrs. Emma Lou Smith, Mr. Clifford Thompson, Mr. Oliver Thompson, Mrs. Tilda Mae Thornton, Mr. Zachary Woodard, and Mrs. Annie Young. Birthday greetings go out to: Mr. Charles Brown, Mr willie B Cameron, Mr. R.B. Cousins, Ms. Belinda Dean, Ms. Phyllis Dean, the Rev. W.E. Geter, Mrs. Elease Gresham, Mrs. Michelle Heard, Kiara Tyshaun Hughley, daughter of Ms. Cynthia Thompson, Mrs. Maude Lindsey, Nathaniel Dewan Murrah, son of Ms. Joyce C. Murrah, Mrs. Mozelle Patterson, Ms. LaTessa Nalls, daughter of Mr. Larry Nails, Mrs. Grace R. Hill, Andre Smith, Mr. Darryl Strozier, m memory of Mr. Melvin Strozier, Ms. Althina Monique Thrash, DeJontae Mareze Thrash, Ms. Cynthia Thompson, Brittany Nicole Tucker, Mrs. I)ebra Moreland, Mrs. Maggie Stepp, and Darius Kurtrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis (Phyllis) Williams. Oak Ridge C.M.E. Church in Greenville invites everyone to their annu- al Homecoming on Sunday, August 22 at 11:30 a.m. with Pastor Valerie McNeil, bring-. ing the message. Dinner will be served. Revival services will be held Monday through Friday August 23-27 at 7:30 p.m. each evening with a guest preacher from Atlanta. The public is cor- dialy invited. 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