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HOGANSVI II01VlE IEWb, I]tUKSIAPAY, OLVALAVIIIK , au, S 17 are slated First Baptist Sunday, September Wednesday, September 20th with Evangelist Rev. Frank J. Powers, Jr. and Stan Smith, Music Director, nightly at 7 p.m. They are pastor and music direc- tor, respec- tively, of East Newnan Baptist Church, 102 East Freeman Street in Newnan, where Powers has served since 1996. He and his wife, Judy are of one daughter, M. Ivey and one son, Lee Powers who have athem five grandchildren. the son of Pauline and the Powers, Sr. and his s the daughter of Mary Jo late Tom Keith, all .of Powers received his from Hogansville Assoc. of Arts in Norman College of Bachelor of Arts Mercer University in in 1966; a Master of in 1970 from Baptist Seminary at Wake North Carolina; and State Hospital at in 1971 in Clinical Smith is the music of East Newnan Church. He is married former Marcia Wilson two children, Deanne 14. Stan has ram- to Hogans.ville in that grandson of the late and the son of the for. Stone. there will be invit- attend any or all revival of Hogansville First which is locat- 500 East Main Street. for all ages will by calling the at (706) 637-8731. Child birth- Years old. Pearlie J. Alleyne and of Boston, have returned )ending two weeks Lugenia Jones of , anniversary goes out and Mrs. J.C. (Eloise) on their 45th on 3; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patterson on 5; Mr. and Mrs. (Jannette) Hines 39th on September 7 and Mrs. Robert BrasweU, Jr. on their 11. We wish many more! Woodard, Sr. of is resting in Franklin to Ms. ser and Mr. Van united in mar- what Hogansville Troup schools $ Choice 6 , Fruit, of Milk with Meat Sauce, Salad, Hot Rolls, Fruit, of Milk 8 Sandwich, Lettuce Waffle Fries, Fruit, HONORED - Mrs. Ida Florine Tarver Jones devoted 35 years of teaching in the public schools of Heard and Troup Counties. School for Thought Former Troup Ta00,:her of Year Is Inducted Into Hall of Fe00m,,00 Mrs. Ida Florine Tarver Jones was one of three inducted into the Albany State University Alumni Hall of Fame August 26, 2000. Mrs. Jones is a 1954 graduate of ASU, a Charter Life Member of the ASU National Alumni Association and has supported the University in many ways. She also held the title of "Miss Albany State College" 1953-1954. Mrs. Jones devoted 35 years of teaching in the public schools of Heard and Troup Counties. SHE WAS Troup County Schools&apos; Teacher of the Year 1978 79. She currently serves as a volunteer/ambassador in many commtmi- ty endeavors and'ambassador for the Chamber of Commerce. She is affiliated with the following organ- izations: Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum Board of Governors, the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors, the LaGrange International Friendship Exchange (L.I.F.E.), Optimist Club of LaGrange, Theta Xi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Phi Delta Kappa Educational Fraternity, LADD, member of Georgia Retired Educators Association, Troup Retired Educators Association, holds life membership in GAE/NEA, a member of the NAACP, and a dedicated member of the United Methodist Church where she contin- ues to serve her local church (St. Mary UMC), the LaGrange District and North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. Mrs. Jones has a passion for traveling, having visited six continents and more than forty different countries. ANOTHER distinct honor for Mrs. Jones was being named a "Gracious Lady of Georgia" m April, 2000. Special guests of Mrs. Jones attending the dinner and ceremony were: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver N. Greene, Sr., Mrs. Carol L. Jones, Miss Tarver Alexandria Jones LaGaage); Mrs. Claytis Carter Knox (Valdosta); Mr. Alphonzia Benjamin Varner (Ft. Valley); Mrs. Fera Kornegay Hill, Mrs. Katie Fudge Jones, Mrs. Mary Bell Crawford, Dr. and Mrs. C.K. (Bette Battle) Dunson, Mrs. Gwendolyn Tarver McGhee, Ms. Christine Tarver, Mr. Eziekel Horace Tarver, Mr. and Mrs. Lisbon (Christine Daniels) Blaylock (Albany). OTHER INDUCTEES enshrined in this year's Hall of Fame were: Dr. Nell E.C. Pope, class of 1949 from Albany, and Mr. W. Gerald Wright, class of 1972 from Stone Mountain. iiiiiiill riage September 1st. The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. William Rosser and Ms. Ellen E Rosser of Grantville. We wish them love and happiness! Happy birthday wishes go out to the following people: Mr. Orbie Arripgton, Ms. Dorothy Blount, Latasha Buchannan, Mrs. Brenda Bussie, Ms. Anika Y. Carter, in memory of Ms. Elizabeth V. Carter, Carthison Deyoungtal Drier, in memory of Mr. Joe "Jr." Hardaway, Mr. Adrian Hill, in memory of Mrs. Juanita Miller, Mrs. Mary T. McKee, Dexter Ogletree, Mrs. Carolyn R. Parker, Shalonda Rosser, Tashanna Shaketcha Smith, Brandon Hammett, Mr. Michael Bohannon, Dedrick Rosser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (Tommie) Rosser, Cedric Stinson, son of Ms. Jeanette Stinson and Mr. Gene Freeman, Mr. Curley Durden, Jr., Wendell UPatrick Richardson, Mrs. Mamie "Sis" Bailey, Ms. Brenda D. Rosser, Amaur Kentre Smith, Ms. Plactine Strozier, granddaugh- ter of Ms. Mary Strozier, Ms. Kimberly Talley, Mr. Ben Thomas, Mr. Willie Tenney, Mr. Raymond Lesley, Minister Gerald Freeman, in memory of Mrs. Mattie Mac Rosser, and Jaylen Leigh, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Wenonah) Leigh I. Deacon Johnny Freeman, husband of Mrs. Minnie D. Freeman of Greenville, had his first sermon on last Sunday, September 3 at the Canaan Baptist Church, Franklin. Seed for thought: If you find yotwself wearing a spirit of heaviness, try a garment of praise. I Benson Promotions Gospel Sing Saturday, September 9, 2000 7:00 PM Warner Robins Civic Center, 700 Watson Bld. "Warner Robins, GA Join Us For Family Night with the McKameys, Isaacs & The Hayes Family Be;inch Chtl ok or, I 15 Hatlite Dr., (47t)71.2677 PIEIIRY. Seeds a rk zoo, e, :: o!i $./4;87-5JHI. CL.E- Guthrle's Haiimark House, 10B Ib Ave. (478)273.35=. EASTMAN- C:n.t, aa A ,l Ill .. Plain St. (478)t74 5901 DUIMLIN- The Olive an :, Qbritl Book St<, e. 2036 Ve;era,s 3ivd 1478}272.320 HILLEI$EVILLE- Christi&' Wodd @Pl,  N. Columba St. (475a-6334 GR FFIN- Ia nb  Chr s an 'c' ore, 649 N. Exprtmwa I. PH: (T/0)L29.8617, STOKBRIDGE- 6etttr Wy Chriat! ,ook 5c:ra, 5455 He Ilv, PH: (770)389-1357. PUCON. Hacon Chrisri lk tor. 075 P, edde Ae. PH (47!])743-0500 ald C:e :l e 448 Secocd  PH: (478}745-9265. ' Oea, U(et ontk, e at: ww,tEatmn: m Or v9 od ace tickes by maii, erd check or rm(/ey r mace ay,b to: Ee,*.cn Plgmotim, r,g rd t Macon. GA 31.01 F mor illknmau ,:11 (478}7-965 m" i .800-7860329 IM.I; 9am:6pm} o, (478)L1 t,d. an re As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Avis Hammond, Louise Wilson, Press Miller, Mozelle Dial, C.E. Stevenson, Howard Willis, James Pike, Janet Williamson, Jean Todd, Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Opal Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Swanson, Clyde Burks, Freda Kelley, Evelyn Arnold and Grady Hamilton. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of Merrill Almon and Pauline Burks at their recent deaths. We have a Sunday School class for each age group at our church every Sunday starting at 9:45 a.m. We began our new church year on Sunday, September 3rd. We have Sunday School for a al meetings last nighl (September 6th) at the church. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets at the church on September 1 lth. Hogansville First Baptist Church is located at 500 East Main Street. We have activities for each age group. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come and worship here with us. Rev. Harold willis is our pas- ton Thought for the Day: If you stand for nothing, you will fall for anything! Happy Grandparents Day September 10th! new century and began using f [ the new curriculum: "Family PARKWAY the MOTORS, INC Study Bible Study: Building Family of Faith to Live by God's Truth" with Lessons Theme 1: Questions About God for the Week of September 3rd with the lesson title, God Is Love. So What? with the scrip- ture passage from I John 4:7- 21. And beginning on September 27th, we will have GA's with Kathy Yarbrough and RA's with Rev. Ron Howard at 7:00 p.m. This is a Wednesday night. Marie Hines gave her testi- mony Sunday morning, September 3rd. Mike Cruce and Rev. Ron Howard are scheduled to give their testimonies on September 10th and 17th, respectively. Continue to be in much prayer for our revival that is September 17-20 at 7:00 p.m. nightly with guest speaker, Rev. Frank J. Powers, Jr. and music director, Stan Smith. We are in the midst of Cottage Prayer Meetings in dif- ferent homes. Rev. Harold Willis contin- ued his series of sermons from the book of Hosea on Sunday morning, September 3rd. This series of sermons is leading us up to our revival. We did not have evening services that night. We had baptism Sunday morning for Brittany Bartrose, Austin Bartrose and Cederian Lowe. '96 Dodge Neon Black, 2DR, Auto 5,9957 '98 Toyota Corolla Auto, 4DR, Clean ,10,900. 00 '88 Ford Ranger EX-CAB, Clean, V-6, s3,995. '98 FordRanger XLT EX-CAB, 5 speed, 29,000 mi. *11,900. Welcome new members: John and Leslie Bartrose. 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