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THE HOGANSVILIJ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 2000 I&apos;A, ,;2 Jessica Lynn Douglas Douglas and Mr. Todd Wed September 23rd & Mrs. Randy Cantrell of Hogansville and Mr. Ronnie of Jamestown, NC. are pleased to announcL: the engage- of their daughter, Jessica Lynn Douglas to Richard Dale son of Mr. & Mrs. Dwight Todd of Hogansville. bride elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Sara Mapp of Mr. Odel Douglas of Jamestown, NC. She is a 1996 of Newnan High School in Newnan, and is currently as a supervisor at Intercall in Newnan. groom elect is the grandson of Mrs. Betty Todd of and Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Whitley of Cedartown. He raduate of Hogansville High School and is currently by Sivell Electric in LaGrange, GA. wedding is scheduled for 3 p.m., September 23, 2000 at t Baptist Church of Hogansville. You Pray, remember: Bob Avis Hammond, Louise Press Miller, Mozelle C.E. Stevenson, Howard i, Michael Rainey, Tim Pike, Opal Bonner; Mr. s. AI Swanson, Freda Kelley, Grady Hamilton With The Word was 2 Corinthians 12:7-10 by Palmer. evial Preparation timOnSunday mornings, is preaching from the Hosea. He is also preach- Revival . related topics nights. August 9, he from Luke 10 on The Good On August 16, he from Matthew 7:7-11 is The Sermon on the COMMUNITY PLANNER Salary: $22,500 to $27,500 Depending on Qualifications Complete benefit package MILLER gave August 13 and Myriam qhrbyfield on 20. Someone will give each Sunday morning dur- 11 a.m. morning worship Plans are being made to Cottage Prayer meetings in beginning on September 4 with Rev. & Mrs. Harold Willis, Mrs. Jean Miller on September 5, Mr. & Mrs. Ken Hines on September 7, Mr. & Mrs. Bill Davis on September 8, Mr. & Mrs. Chris Campbell on September 11, Mr. & Mrs. Carl Bennett on September 12, Mr. & Mrs. Joe Lee on September 14, and Mr. & Mrs.Howell Spradlin on September 15. All Cottage Prayer meetings begin at 7 p.m. and dur- ing the 11 a.m. morning worship, testimonies shall be give: Howell Spradlin on August 27, Marie Hines on September 3, Mike Cruce on September 10, and Rev. Ron Howard on September 17. The Adult Choir Special Music Sunday was "His Grace ls Sufficient for Me." DEACON OF THE WEEK: Ken Hines Mr. & Mrs. Don Stone of Blue Ridge visited here Sunday. IF YOU DON'T have a church home, we would like you to come and worship withus at Hogansville Fii'st Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street. Rev. Harold Willis is our Pastor. son of Mr. Carlton (Heidi) Johnson enrolled as a freshman :ia State University on August 21. He is the of Ms. Janie Ellis. He is of Morrow High luck Carl! J ANNIVERSARY t)tlt to the following couples: & Mrs. M.R (Dorothy) :gust & Mrs. Henry (Frances) their 51st; Rev. & Mrs. Joe (Annette) Glanton on Sth on August 26; Rev. & iharlie (Wanda) Glanton on on August 25; Mr. & (Ann) Arrington on 30th and Mr. & Mrs. (Laverne) hlin on their 25th. We them many more happy GUESTS of Mrs. Curtis (Mary Hall) of St. Marks are: Mrs. Griggs Lett and Mrs. Malone of Cleveland, Ihday greetings go out Mr. Willie Mr. R.B. Cousins, Dean, Ms. Latoya Rev. W.E. Gresham, Ms. Heard, Kiara Tyshaun daughter of Ms. Cynthia Thompson, Mrs. Maude Lindsey, in memory of Mrs. MozeUe Patterson, Ms. Latressa Nalls- daughter of Mr. Larry Nalls; Mrs. Grace R. Hill, Andre Smith, Mr. Darryl Strozier, in memory of Mr. Melvin Strozier, Ms. Altina Monique Thrash, Detontae Mareze Thrash, Mrs. Betty Jo Thompson, Ms. Cynthia Thompson, Mr. Claude Kippy Tigner, Seveda Milner, Britany Nicole Tucker - granddaughter of Mrs. Josephine Tenney, Mrs. Maggie Stepp, Ms. Kate Addie, Ms. Mabel Addie, in memory of Mrs. Zelda R. Griffin, Mr. San Harris, HaNeisha LaShae Leslie and NyKeisha Shanae Boyd - daughters of Ms. Barbara Addie, Mr. Willie Tigner and Darius Kurtrell- son of Mr. & Mrs. James Curtis (Phyllis) Williams. WE'RE SORRY TO report that Mrs. Arlena Hardaway is a patient at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta. The descendants of Mr. & Mrs. Otis (Mamie) Jones, Sr. held their 30th Annual Family reunion on Saturday, August 19 at the home of Mrs. Lugenia Jones'of Grantville. There were approxi- mately 200 relatives. This reunion was in honor of the late Mr. Rufus jones. Seed for Thought: Kindness can never be given away, because it always comes back. "Taste and see that the Lord is good." Psalm 34:6 Though trials come, thought fears assail Through tests scarce under- . stood One truth shines clear; it can- not fail - My God is right and good. -- Hager Those who bless God in their trials will be blessed by God through their trials. Sunday morning, J.D. Eller, son of our pastor, was the speak- er, his message, "Absolute Power," Isiah 40:31. Bro. Eller's message Sunday evening, "The Spirit of God," Genesis 1:1-3 Our Homecoming will be August 27, with Rev. Johnnie Williamson as the speaker: Afternoon singing with Jimmy and Patsy Hamil and Herman Children and youth of C.Y.M. Meet every Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. For recreation and Bible lessons. Bible study and prayer meeting for adults begins at 7 p.m. "What does the future hold, and what does it matter?" This is the last of the fundamental ques- tions in our study "Adopting a Biblical Worldview." We end this study with thoughtsabout the end of time. "When Time Will Be No More" is the title of our lesson on Sunday, August 27. Time is always an intriguing subject to study. Einstein's equations caused the world of science to realize that space and time are interrelated. The Bible explains that God made everything -- including space and time - for His glory and His par- August 24 Dawn Reynolds Otis W'flliamson Mr. & Mrs. Danny Wflliamson Mr. & Mrs. John McCourrnack Mr. & Mrs. Terry Searels August 25 Zoe Wegienka Joe Huckabee August 26 Alan Jones Justin Duffey Honesty Hope Whitt August 27 Betty Chaffin Denee' Brock Elizabeth Brock Patrick Veal Tommy L. Thrower Mr. & Mrs. Dill Williams Mr. & Mrs. Phil Waldrop Mr. & Mrs. Pierce Moore August 28 (none listed) August 29 Kevin Carlisle Whitney CasweU August 30 Mr. & Mrs.John Lunsford CaIlaway High Open House The Callaway High School Staff cordially invites you to attend our Fall Open House and Fro Meeting on Monday, August 28, 2000 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Commons/Cafeteria Refreshments will be served at 5:30 and the FrO meeting will begin at 6:00. Parents will be allowed to visit classrooms from 6:30 until 7:30. Homecoming at First Assembly Homecoming services are planned for August 27, at the First Assembly of God, located on Corinth Road, Hogansville. ' Special Speaker will be Rev. Johnnie Williamson with music provided by Pasty and Jimmy Hamil and Herman Ball Everybody is invited to attend. Ball. We invite you to come. Everyone's welcome. Message from the Rainbow Let the Love of God surround you in the sunshine and in the stars, The deep green of the forest and the blue sky that is ours. The golden grain in summgr and the vibrant autumn glow; All nature holds a message that is therefor us to know. We each have our private ram- bow if we just look and see. The beauty of God's creation is therefor you and me. Edna Louise "For we walk by faith, not by sight." 2 Cor. 5:7 This column was written for the week of August 9th. poses. Scripture also tells us that God has promised that time will come to an end. As God destroyed the world in the flood, He will end this world with fire. "By these waters also the world of that time was deluged and destroyed. By the same word the present heav- ens and earth are reserved for fire, being kept for the day of judgement and destruction of ungodly men." (2 Peter 3:6-7 NIV). BUT THIS PROMISE is according to God's time. "But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is line a thousand years, and a thou- sand years are like a day. The Lord is not slow in keeping His promise, as some understand slowness. He is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance." (2 Peter 3:8-9 NIV) If this is the real measure of God's time, then Jesus only left us two days ago. 1 jromised the end of ',_ :," ning of a new h6a'veff ahd eartt for believers when Jesus comes again Knowing this should motivate not only believers but also the lost, as well, to live holy and godly lives. Jesus Christ is waiting patiently for you to come to Him. Join us to consider living a holy life in light of the end of time and the future life in eternity. ATTENTION Georgia based corporation open- ing new branches in your area. Needed all departments filled. Management $60K-$80K oppor- tunity. Advertising and market- ing $500-$1500 weekly. Profit sharing available. Contact Samantha at 770-252-1930 EOE Submitted photo LINDA HILL OF HOGANSVILLE celebrated her 57th birthday with a Sunday dinner on July 23 at the home of Peggy and Randy Harris. Helping her to celebrate were 40 family members includ- ing her mother Rubye Staler of Christian City in Union City, GA. A great time of joy and fellowship was enjoyed by all. CALL |-800-TT-CHEVY (o+ 7006-882+2578] I ALL APPLI<ATIONS ACCEPTED FOR PROCESSING Slow Credit- No Prebleml Discharged Bankruptcies - No Prubleml Donna Andrews --FitlatlCe Manager.- Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center CHATTAHOOCHEE-FLINT REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER announces an employment opportunity in the position of Nature of Work: Develops strategies, plans and programs to promote good community devel- opment; writes and administers grants to fund such programs within a five county region. Reports directly to the Planning Director. Qualifications: BA/B.S. in some appropriate field, plus a minimum of one year experience in land use, regiotial, or economic development planning. Additional experi- ence may be substituted for the educational requirement on a year for year basis; advanced study may be substituted for the experience requirement. Must have well developed communication skills, and be able to work as part of a team of individuals with varying backgrounds and areas of interest. To Apply: Individuals interested in this position should send a resume with 3 references to: Director of Administrative Services Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center P.O. Box 1600 Franklin, Georgia 30217 Questions eoncerring this position should be directed to: Tom Sills, Planning Director (770) 854-6026 Deadline for acceting applications for this position is S p.m. August 31, 2000. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, or national origin. Chattahoochee-Flint RDC is an equal opportunity employer. (M/F/ADA) ' Angust 8, 2000 ........ RITE .OlD of Hogansville now offers s5.00 off your next pre- scription. Bring in any new or transferred prescription, along with this coupon, to receive s5.00 off the price of your med- ication. If the price is less than s5.00, you get it FREE! Randy Ogle - Pharmacy Manager Mary LeMay - StaffPharrnacist Agatha Hatfield - Store Manager Welcome Dr. Lloydstone Jacobs to Hogansville Come Get To Know Us! I I I Present this coupon at the pharmacy with any new or transfer* prescrip- I I tion from any pharmacy other than another Rite Aid and receive up to I I $5.00 off the regular price. If the prescription is $5.00 or less we'll fill it I I FREE. If more than $5.00 you pay only the difference. I I Coupon expires 10/31100. Hogansville, GA ONLY. I ' ' I "Transfer prescriptions require your doctor's I  permission which we will gladly acquire for [ you. Limit one prescriptio pe co.pon : :" ,4. I Cou o  pre,teq fo 'counf upon E.:rj.,l/;ti I II I IIIIiil II III Illll 1 III II II purchase Coupon good on most third party :{,,., IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III and insurance paid prescription plans. ,' I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllll coupon not valid for Medicare or PACE X --  I v = IIIIIIIII Iq IIIII I II1-. Prescription Plan in PA. Redeenlabte at the :..1' . " RITE AID - 100 South Hwy. 29, Hogansville, GA Pharmacy #: 637-6461 / Men-Sat 8AM-8PM - Sun 1PM-6PM I I ! I I I I I " ............... rii.'imiiii00;i-i00r, ip.00i" I I I I