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HOGANSVIIJ HOME NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 2000 PAGE 3 IN - Tami Neese taught at Luthersville Elementary for before coming to Hogansville. She is the wife of Darrell rand the mother of Jackalin, age 6 and Brianna, age 2. Mrs. said, "1 chose education because I have always liked school. Mrs. Darden's second grade class when I decided I want- be a teacher and I never changed my mind. I choose vicville because I wanted to teach where my child was attend- !'he is a first grader. It is also like coming home because I from Hogansville High in 1986. Mrs. Neese holds a Master and Specialist degree in Elementary Education. Who's LAST CALL FOR SPRING & SUMMER CLEARANCE! DON'T MISS THESE TREMENDOUS SAVINGS James James Jones " KeUie Webb Tab Chaffin September 6 " Cardin ,t0!agratulations to Smith and Patrick who were united in Saturday, August 26, of the Week: Tab remember: Bob Avis Hammond, Louise Press Miller, Wayne ors, Mozelle Dial, C.E. on, Howard Willis, 91 Rainey, Grady ion, Tim Pike, Pauline , Opal Bonner, Mr. & Og AI Swanson and Freda a, I]Y. Also continue to be in 0 i r for our Revival in er. Christian Sympathy is led to the family of Bill !Y at his recent death. ,r X-v. Jean Cook of ,eville will bring our usic Sunday morning, ber 17, at the 11 a.m. /iP. iS a retired UPS employ- nCottage Prayer meet- lme of her mother, Mrs. ilr ember Birthdays Py Birthday to: Sept. 1:  Turbyfield; Sept: 2: Garrett; Sept. 3: Caroline e.p; Sept. 6: Bubba X; Sept. 7: Beverly s & Everlyn Hernanez; -- : 9: Stacie Bagwell & .^d Stroud; Sept. 10: Robert )[U,!,.: Tfllman; Sept. 11; , s Suddath; Sept. 12; ; ,ruce; Sept. 20 Dr. Jerry /]Oss; Sept. 22: Frank ]rd, Alvin Irvin, Nita /-,up; Sept. 26: Ila Burdett; "- Ii 27: Avis Hammond & Luann Hendrix; Sept. 29: Michael Davis & Mary Jo Keith; Sept. 30: Wayne Yarbroqgh. Happy Wedding Anniversary to: Mr. & Mrs.. Tad Chaffin - Sept. 1; Mr. & Mrs. A1 Swanson - Sept. 23; Mr. & Mrs. Bill Davis - Sept. 26. Thought For The Day Time with God Gives Spiritual Direction! The Adult Choir Special Music Sunday morning was "Canaanland is Just in Sight." Rev. Harold Willis' Sunday morning message was: "Half- hearted Commitment" (Hosea 7:8-10) We had testimonies Sunday morning by Ashley Denney and Howell Spradlin. Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class on having 100% perfect attendance. We were happy to have many visitors with us Sunday morning. Baptism is scheduled for September 3 in the morning worship hour. We will not have an evening worship service. September 3 begins our new Church year. In Sunday School we will have two new classes: Children II for grades 4-6 will be taught by Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Yarbrough and the Young Adult Class for ages 25-39 will be taught by Rev. & Mrs. Ron Howard. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come and worship with us at Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street. Rev. Harold Willis is our pas- tor. Senior Cetaer Offers Plenty of Activities Plenty of activities are underway at the Hogansville Senior Center. Regular Activities One a week: Bridge and Mahjongg Daily: walking, cerarics, dominos, card games. Tuesday & Thursday: quilt- ing, bingo, singing, Thrift Store * Beauty Shop open by appointment. Upcoming Events September 7 (Thursday) -- Jacket-making class: Get your list of instructions at the cen- ter. Class will be taught by Willow Helm and is free if you furnish your own materials. September 12 (Tuesday) -- Health Fair: Mammogram will be available that day by appointment. Hogansville's new doctor will be here that day. Refreshments and door prizes will be given. September 27 (Wednesday) -- Osteoporosis Seminar: You need a prescription from your doctor for the Bone Density Test. Lunch Menus Wednesday, August 30: Oven baked chicken, English peas, carrot raisin salad, wild rice and brown rice, strawberries with Angel Food cake, milk, tea or coffee, Thursday, August 31: Spaghetti with meat sauce, green beans, tossed salad, gar- lic bread, tropical fruit mix, milk, tea or coffee. 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