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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - Ttlt:rf)Av, ,qEvI&apos;. 12, 2002 t),;< ,3-A SUMMER FUN- Bingo Buddies celebrated birthdays and anniversaries August while enjoying bingo games at Ingles. The games are every Wednesday from 9- join us. Pictured, celebrating a birthday are, Annie Clara Howard, Sally Eason, Rainwater, Marie Bishop and George Bishop. Celebrating an anniversary are Hood and Clyde Hood. k By France= Robinson YOUNG, THE OLD AND THE PASTOR - Jacklin Neese (L) was the youngest present at the Antioch Baptist Church homecoming services recently. The old- was Mrs. Neely Crumbley (R). Pastor Rev. Wesley Boatman stands big smile. Right photo: The Revelations Gospel Singers of the County Community near Durand in Meriwether County sang praises to the Lord during the services. COMING SOON- The Right Reverend John W. Holloway, left, Bishop of the Diocese of Georgia will be speaking and celebrating Holy Communion on Sunday afternoon, September 22nd at 4:30 PM at St. Matthews Charismatic Episcopal Church, in downtown Hogansville. Bishop Holloway is a graduate of Valdosta State University and the Candler School of Theology at Emory University. In addition to serving as the Bishop of Georgia he also serves as the Senior Pastor of The Cathedral of St. Michael and All Angels in Thomaston. St. Matthews, under the spiritual leadership of Ron Clemmer, currently meets at 200 East Main Street, Suite 103, each week. For additional information regarding this special service or St. Matthews Church please call Ron or Nancy Clemmer at 637-5905. SAVE -60% on trail favori ! l vrtN,000000r00 'S YO URSTYLE. YO URSTO RE. LAGRANGE 7'iEST LAF/,YETE Sr #RE (ALl. TOLL-FREE 1-800-894-0828 STORE HOURS L',DI'-SD;- 'M- U! i/,..,k< "-;.'  belated Lugenia Jones, Mrs. Inez ytffMrs. McCambry, Mr. Leroy N; of Rhodes, Mr. Napoleon i her deatkShe Rhodes, Mrs. Linda Helen away! anniversary goes Mr. and Mrs. Robert Braswell, Jr. on third on September t 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stewart on their 51st September 15. We wish many, many more! Our dee sympathy y of Mrs. Thrash Smith of formerly of in her death. you peace and com- We're sorry to report that Frances S. Butler and Albert Mitchell are at West Georgia Center. We wish a speedy recovery. Takaaki Sueyoshi of Hamilton, Ms. Mary Strozier and Mrs. Willie Mae Worthans. Birthday greetings go out to: Mr. Douglas Cameron, Ms. Linda R. Clements, Ms. Susie Clemons, Mrs. Agnes Colton, in memory of Mrs. Evelyn Cousins, Akinda Dean, Mr. Johnny Dean, in memory of Mr. Carl Elder, Ms. Latmda Dean, LaShonda Freeman, Lamar Gay, son of Mrs. Shirley Ann Gay, Mrs. Sharon Hines, daughter-in-law of .Mr. and Mrs. Robert lewis (Jannette) Hines, Lucretia Hutchinson, daughter of Ms. Elizabeth Ringer, in memory of Ms. Elizabeth Carter, Mr. Curley Darden, Jr., Mr. Gerald Freeman, Mrs. Julia Harris, in memory of Mr. is here visiting Mr. Nathanie] Harris, S r., Shan Glanton of Grantville ; arris, daughter of Mr. " Nathaniel Harris, Jr., Kaitlyn .Remember our sick and MaKenzie Leigh, grand- Mr. Dewayne ' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus (Wenonah)Leigh, I, Ms. Heard, St'., Mrs. Clever Ann Nails, Mrs. Hazel W. Etheridge, Mrs. S. Nea], Ms. Mattie R. .... s < ) ....  !:i - Braelin JerShun Mitchell, son of LaShun and Mitchell tumecl one August 22 and was honored ust 24 with a birthday party. Family and friends celebration. Ogletree, in memory of Mrs. Ethel E OIl, inmemory of Mr.  broth er of Mr. Fred Newman, in memory of Mr. Willie C "Buster" SeweU, Mrs. Elean Stewart, Mrs. Patsy Newmarf Spradlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newman, Kaylen Jennelle levell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth (LaVeda) Levell, in memory of Mrs. Lou Dora Alexander, in memory of Mr. Mirel Grady, Mrs. Thelma H. Portress, Yella McNasha SewelL Ms. Kimberly Nicole Talley, Ms. Vernita Tenney, Mr. Ben Thomas, and Mr. Zachary Woodard II. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks will observe "Labor Day" on Sunday, September IS at 11:00 &m. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasley, associate pastor. Please wear your work clothes. The public is cor- dially invited. Seed for Thought: A gen- tle word of compliment fails lightly but it carries great weight. September 2 Chris Sims, Peggy K. Seymour, Ronaid Cook September 3 Brad Lewis, Diane Worthy, Erin Thomas, Leslie Dodd, Sherri Hyde Frye. September  Harold E. Barber, Kevin Cain, Lori Boatman, Lucy Jones, Tina Todd. Donna McDaniel, John Lunsford, Kevin Allen. September  Logan Carlisle. Brenda Jones, Jordan Bonner, Josh Hanson, Mary Hammett, Patrick Strickland, Rena Bailey, Terry Jones. Crystal Littlefield, Ryan Fretwell, Bob O'Neal, Margaret Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Justin Howell, anniversary. Every week we help thousands of people 1 I !