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ii' HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 9, 2004 PAGE 5-A ual Assault Investigated ; Police are investigating assault that the vic- occurred on September 3 and r that was reported on August as of Ihesday, nothing has 4~mld missing. Guy Spradlin said ear- that the alleged sexual on Bolee Street in Hogansville investigation and that if hold up, it might prove | a case of kidnapping and sexual he there are questions t have not yet been including where the incident since the victim said she NISTER i Randy ansville sterial Iociation, a giit of appre- retiring Baptist Harold and his Belle, for inspiration the ransville kicked a door out of a house in order to escape, "But the officer didn't find (any evidence)" that the door had been kicked open. He said the alleged victim is known to have filed allegations of two previ- ous similar incidents, one of them in Meriwether County. The August 22 break-in occurred at the Dollar Store at 103 Highway 29 South when somebody "cut a hole in the back of the building," Spradlin said. "But so far they can't find anything missing." Store Manager Samantha Sticher told police that "somebody did enter the Dollar General after they closed" on August 22. That case, too is still under investigation. Another case that raised officers' Sunday Brings Hogansville Miracle eyebrows in recent days was a counter- feit $10 bill turning up at a local restau- rant. A Flag Bank official reported that the phoney bill turned up in a night deposit made by somebody at the Wendy's Restaurantat 1829 Main Street in Hogansville. In other recent activity: "On October 3, Marcia Cousins, who lives at 208 Poplar St., told police that her Social Security check was missing from her mail box on that date. "On Sept. 6, Cathy Hancock Hurst of 115 Rosecreek (k)urt, Alphretta, was ticketed for failiure to stop at a stop sign and driving while unlicensed, accord- hag to a police report dealing with that incident. Fish for Free LASTING IMPRESSIONS ARE OUR FIRST PRIORITY Compassionate caring service... The things that are important to you at the most difficult time of your life, become the most important things to us. We promise: Affordable Prices, Courteous and Understanding S(aft; A Beautiful, Comfortable & Clean Facility, Dignity & Respect. Jones Funeral Home "the people who care" Ed Jones, Funeral Director 182 Millard Farmer Blvd. Newnan Georgia 770-252-1900 there were eight churches night. On Aug. 291 was present a miracle in the Hogansville. 5th Sunday the Ministerial presents an praise singing, by one of the area and open to any would like to attend. from the choir of churches that wish to ministerial associa- has recently begun to blossom with new ~eefforts who has had for the unifying of , of Christ~ that goes tenominational and And what was the mira- particular night 7harsd~, Sept. 2 Christina Jones Corrie Noles Mavis Garrett Mr. and Mrs. Randy ;(A) Mr. and Mrs. Robert (A) Brandon J. Hammett Almand John Art]ey (M) Satmlay, Sept. 4 non Martin James Jortes Jerkeem Glanton Kellie Webb Lisa Kelly ~rflburn O. Jones (M) SUnd~, Se~ 5 Mr. and Mrs. Huell represented on the program. Eight Churches. There were folks there from Baptist churches, Assemblies of God, Independent or non-denom- inational churches, the Church of God was there ... Eight congregations that had come for the purpose of praising God and lifting up the Lord Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit. Hosting the evening was Highland Baptist Church and their new pastor Ron Daniels who made everyone feel welcome as he pro- claimed that "it's okay to clap hands and even lift your hands There were solos and duets. The congregation sang praise choruses together. Eight churches praising God together under one roof. I just know in my heart that God was smiling on us this The evening was tem- pered however by the real- ization that Pastor Harold Willis and his wife Belle were retiring from their pas- torate at First Baptist and moving to North Georgia. Harold and Belle were brought forward to receive the gift of a beautiful man- tie clock from the ministers of the association. Then all the ministers from the con- gregation (there were , eleven) came forward and laid their hands on the two, as the Chairman of the Ministerial Association, Pastor Randy Hedge (Hogansville Church of God) leadm a prayer of thanks, for tlieir sef~/ii~e~o ~ arid" our community and for" God's Blessing on them as they continue their walk with the Lord. The fellowship contin- ued into the Parish hall for food and lively conversation. ~,Sqm 6 Wayne Belard Bubba Hendrix Cm~ Pittman I~Ann Carter Wm~m Reynolds Hugh Rob~n (M) lhesd~, Se~ 7 chapman Bonnie Sue Arrington Dale Prather Jimmy Pye Julia Hubbard suma Capes Mr. and Mrs. Bryan (A) ~, Se~ S Brad Stitcher Dram Re~aolda Ho.i Hammond &C. Daniel eremy SpradUa P-,_.U Sm#es Mr. and Mrs. Buck 3ones Mr. ami Mrs. Presley Rich ij , Simmie L Neese ~) l~mulay, Sep~ 9 Asrtm Harris Ks/arm Gilbert Fr/day, ~ 10 Caria Eun/ce Frankie Waryas Joseph Windsor Mr. and Mrs. Woody CasweU (A) Saturday, Sept. 11 Jennifer Stitcher Jesse Varnum (M) Sunday, ~ 12 Chris Sims Lisa Witter Peggy IC Seymour Monday, Sept. za Brad Lewis Diane Worthy Erin Thomas Gone Campbe. Leslie Dodd Sandra hx:kard Sherri Hyde Frye Tuesday, Sept. 14 Harold E. Barber Karen Stitcher Kevin Cain Lori Boatman Lucy Jones Tina Todd weanes,~, sep~ is Donna McDaniel John Lunsford Kevin Allen Patsy Spradlin National Hunting and Fishing Day will be celebrat- ed on Big Lazer Creek in "lhlbot County for youth, ages 15 years old and younger, from 8-11 a.m., on Saturday, Sept. 25. Georgia residents may fish without a license or Wildlife Management Area (W/VIA) stamp. 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