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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - SEPTEMBER 2, 1999 - PAGE 7 Grantville-LoneOak St. Marks News well wishes go out to Kate Jones and Bertha of Grantville. Both surgery recently. Our belated sympathy goes to the family of Robert Rosser of Atlanta, for- of St. Marks, in his death. in peace. to Dr. E. R. of Lagrange upon his after 25 years of with Clark-Holder in LaGrange. Enjoy life! Our deepest sympathy goes to the family of Gussie B. in her death. God comfort you," BY JANIE ELLIS Janice Lynn George and daughter of Bronx, New York, are here visiting Charlie and Willie Mac Worthams for GrantviUe. Birthday greetings go out to Dorothy Blount, Orbie Arrington, Dewayne Beasley, Latasha Buchanan, Brenda Bussie, Minister Anthony Clements', Wanda H. Carter, Carthison Deyountgtal Grier in memory of Joe "Jr." Hardaway, Adrian Hill, in memory of Juanita Miller, Hashawonn.. Leslie, Sandra E Brown, Melvin Colton, Jonathan Brown, Charlie William Matthews, Juanicia Sharae Matthews, Mary T. McKee, Dexter Ogletree, Carolyn r. Parke, Shalonda Rosser, Katie Rufledge, Tashanna Shaketcha Smith, Michael Bohannon, Thomas smith, Cedric Stinson, Brandon Hammett, Dedrick Rosser, Mamie Bailey, and Willie Tenney. Pearlie J. Alleyne and daughter of Boston have returned home after spending three weeks with Lugenia Jones of GrantviUe. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks community, will observe Labor Day Sunday September 5 at 11 a.m. with associate pastor George Beasley. Please wear your work clothes. On September 19, Labor Day will be observed at 11 a.m. with pastor W. E. Geter. The Senior and Young Adtjlts Usher Board of White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks, will present a Fall Tea Sunday September 5 at 2:30 p.m. The public is invit- ed. Seed for thought: Take time to laugh. It is the music of the soul. Assembly of God BY JOVCE RdCHARDSON Oh, give thanks to the Lord, He is good!" 1Chronicles We can give thanks in every- And say, "You will be done," Birthdays & Anniversaries August 26 Alan Jones, Justin Duffey, August 27 Becky Medford, Betty Denee' Brock, Brock, Tommy L. Mr. and Mrs. Dill Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mr. and Mrs. Pierece Patrick Veal August 28 Chris Gulley August 29 Kevin Carlisle, Whitney August 30 Ashley McCormack, Jason Steven Bishop August 31 Chase Cook, Mark L. Mr. and Mrs. Greg September 1 Calvin Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Littlefield, Mr. and Mrs. September 2 Ann Dehart, Corrie Nolan, Garrett September 3 Brandon J. Hammet, G. Karmon Hassen- For God's at work in every- thing To make us like his son. - D.J.H. If we pause to think, we'll have cause to thanks. Sunday morning Brother Hills message "Mary's Labor Pain or Mary's Morning Sickness," Matthew 4:18:22. Sunday evening we had a glo- rious time praising and testify- ing for the Lord. Happy birthday wishes to my husband Sam and my Son Jonathan, May God bless you both deeply. Homecoming - Sunday, August 29th we're hoping our members and friends from the past, will plan to join us Sunday. Johnnie Williamson will be the Little League Board Meets September 2 South Coweta Little League for GrantviUe will elect board members for the year 2000 at 4 p.m. on September 2 at the Little League park in GrantviUe. Anyone who desires to be on the board and all interested parties are asked to attend. morning speaker. After lunch the Brumbelow family from Centrahatchee will be our fea- ture singers. Everyone is wel- come! Johnnie Williamson will begin a revival at the Farmer ".St. Church of God in Newnan, September 6. He invites you to come. Dorthy Davis says thanks to all who have been praying for her son Robert (Bobby) WiUiamson from Pine Mountain who had a shoulder operation on August 9. He is doing fine but, he can't go back to work for 2 to 4 months. He is a teacher at Harris County High School. Please keep praying for him, also the other people who need healing. God bless each one. God's love God is always with me I have no need for words For even in the stillness His love is ever heard. His warming presence fills me So deep within my soul And fills my heart with glad- ness His love does make me GREAT OPPORTUNITY SUPPORT OPERATORS WEAVE OPERATORS TIE-IN-OPERATORS EXTRUSION OPERATORS LOOM TECHNICIANS ELECTRICIANS whole. Dolores Karides SENOIA iJi RACEWAY ..... UPCOMING EVENTS Sept. 4 Labor Day Special Featuring All Local Divisions plus Southern AIIstars Sept. 11 All Local Divisions plus Bicycle Races Pit Gate Opens @ 4pm Grandstand Gate @ 5pm Time Trials @ 6:45pm Racing @ 7:30pm - ....... _____j Olcedton$: GA 85 south to Hwy. t8, right (we) 3 miles to track, T/0-599-6161 or 706-654-2825 Public Hearing Postponed The public hearing on Public Development has been postponed. new day for this hearing is Septembe at 6:00 p.m. For more information please call I-ogansville City Hall at 637-8629. I.Ise TI e r 20 the d Life E.M,S. September 4 Jerkeem Glanton September 6 A. G. Faulkner, Bubba Carol Pittman, Williamson, LeAnn September 7 Beverly Rhodes, Bonnie Arlin Dale Prather, Thomason, Peter September 8 Bobbie Scantliff, Holli J. C. 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"Free Loan Pre.Qualiflcation Free Mortgage Consultation ' Land--No Problem* AIi Credit Considered Over 100 Plans to choose from to Suit Your Individual Needs , ' /BUY NOW AND CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS IN YOUR NEW HOME lmmmw am at daal- I*t*m mr *m*' q*da *o* br, bd b I k:*" |1 |1 To The Citizens of Hogansville Med Life E.M.S. would like to express our gratitude to all of our friends and neighbors for letting us serve you over tte last three years. If you need our services in the fu ure ee free to call on us, (706) 882-91 .