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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - SEPTEMBER 2, 1999 - PAL 5 First Bap t/st bEACON OF THE WEEK: CONGRATUITIONS to the Wilson Sunday School Bennett teacher) and V Sunday School class (Mavis ) on having 100% attendance for' the sec- week. music Sunday morn- Was a solo rendered by Lee, "The Blood Will Lose It's Power." Rev. Henry E. Hulgan had the message Sunday morn- ,"The lYuth About 'IYouble." Sunday night song August 29 at Union Church in the St. Marks 00aooenings BY PATTI PHILLIPS community. September 1 is Family Nigilt covered dish supper, WOM, Men's Ministry (formerly Brotherhood) etc. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets at the church on September 6. As you pray, remember C. E. Stevenson, Bob Tillman, Louise Wilson, Rachel Yarborough, HAPPY BIRTHDAY in September to : Myriam "lhrbyfield, 9/1; Mavis Garrett, 9/2; Caroline Waldrep, 913; Bubba ttendrix, 9/6; Beverly Rhodes and Evelyn Hernandez, 917; Stacie Bagwell and Richard Stroud, 9/9; Bob Tillman, 9/10; Nicholas Suddath, Waldrop on 9/22; Ila Burdette, 9/26; Avis Hammond and Luann Hendrix, Doug Spradlin, Ruby Teel, Avis, 9/27; Michael Davis and Mary Jo Hammond, Mac Foster, Keith, 9/29; and Wayne Lurlie Hurley, Mr. and Mrs. Yarborough, 9130. Frank Moore, Opal Bonner, HAPPY WEDDING Pauline Powers, Lucille Friend,.. ANNIVERSARY in September Virginia Taylor, Ella Pittman, to: M/M Tab Chaffin, 9/1; M/M Randy Huckabee, and Lillie Swanson, 9/23; M/M Bill Davis, Thompson. 9/26. Antioch Bap, .._ Church let at the building on Tuesday, 10 at 7 p.m. for their business meeting to al who came to church on Saturday morn- 14 to help with clean- church and grounds for day. y vis- Brian Center Health Care 14at 2p.m. gave the devo- We enjoyed the visiting Refreshments were following the program. II Lyons BY JIMMIE NELL ROBINSON Several people took part in the program at 11 a.m. on Sunday, August 15 in the cele- bration of Pastor Appreciation Day. We all love our Pastor and his family and we appreciate all they have accomplished since they have been with us. Congratulations to Jimmy Lee and Heather Whitehead who were married at Antioch Church on Saturday, August 7 at 2 p.m. Those who are planning to work with the A.W.A.N.A. pro- gram this year will be meeting soon to make the final plans and set a date to start the program. This program is for all young people age 3 years through 18. Continue to pray for the sick and shut-ins in our comnmnity, and also for those who do not have a church home. We invite them to come and worship with us at Antioch. Homecoming Day, Sunday, August 15 was a great day at Antioch. Many former mem- bers and friends came for the services. At noon we enjoyed a delicious covered dish dinner. Several singing groups were there for the singing in the afternoon. The revival started with the evening service at 6 p.m. with Bro. Tommy Crider doing the preaching. Bro. Ken Trivette joined him on Monday night. We had a great preaching and good singing each night through August 19. We were DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS Middleton, Effanbee many, many more. "One of Georgia's Largest Doll Shops!" 706-672-021|2 One block south of downtown Greenville, GA l, yon00 Homo00 Residential Commercial , glad to have special guests each night. On the fifth Sunday, August. 29 at 2;30 p.m. we went to Alvista Nursing Home for our service with the residents there. John Bailey spoke to the group and we had a song serv- ice with some of the residents joining in the singing. New Homes Room Additions Basement Finishes Screen Porches Garages Sun Rooms Kitchens Baths Roofing Siding * Painting Specializing In Adaptive Housing FULL SERVICE BUILDER "When you think of remodeling, think of Lyons Homes .... 1706) 672-0044 Host: Jim Hamil Emcees: ionald Boyd & Sanders The Followers Kirk Talley BY Hookups min ......... $24. oo .......... s30. In The Rough ....... Free 2"t S/H on mail orders. Gospel Blowout in Georgia HOOFERS Sound By:" ' THE GOSPEL BARN00 Slan Lutz {, LaGRANGE, GA ,,/ and I Thur.-Sat., Sept. 9-11Z instn Whitlows,.%. 7:00 p.m. EDT " / f"' k#ouse and Concessions on site v The Freemans Saturday, Sept.l! / (heated and cooled) - No video or audio recording 9 Friday, Sept. 10 "[he Cralob Family Karen Peck & New River Jeff & Sheri F, astcr J onrad  DAY RESERVED J Darre Luster'fi',o C J(mrsda ,'ENI-:IUU. 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