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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 1 S, 2003 PAGE 7-A By David Boggs FAMILIAR FACES- Phil Waldrop (L), owner and pharmacist at Hogansville Pharmacy, has been an institution in the community for 25 years. Also well-known is Evelyn Evans, his assistant for the last 15 years, who always stands by with a ready smile. W By Kay Williamson ELCOMED - New Manchester Woman's Club members beborah Colbert and May (third from left) are Shown above with Marilu Goolsby, 1st vice president (second from left) and Elizabeth Faulkner, presi- e Festival Next Week The Greenville Lions Club invites one and to the Greenville Fall Festival for four food, crafts and fun. The will be held at Freeman Field September 24 through 27. $1 for children and $2 for adults. The midway will be provided by Jon Spectacular Attractions, a well- also plays latesmIfitiiit/IllL,s and Tg_nessee. Aiiof his emphasis of the festival is on helping the children in Greenville and throughout Meriwether County. Booths are available for a $25 donation for the Greenville High School Stadium. Call Fran at 770-927-6293 or Carmen at 770-97-1112 for information. Hours are from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. ailroad Festival Plans Underway Large crowds are expect- ed again for the Train Show on Saturday, October 18. It Will feature a great mix of Organized events plus the interesting parade of freights passing the train watching platform. Events will get underway evening at the Center with a reception for visitors. The Saturday railroani- ana show will be in the Manchester Mill, a historic and roomy location with plen- ty of space for the expanding number of dealers and dis- plays. Last year over 1350 people came through, and there were over 50 vendors. There were also be several large operating layouts. Outside the mill children and adults alike can enjoy motorcar rides along the restored cotton mill siding. And only a few blocks away the Manchester yard (junc- tion of the Atlanta and Birmingham lines) and cov- ered train watching platform will provide plenty of rail action. If local non-profit organ- izations wish to have a food booth, please contact Jennifer Elliott Mears at 846- 5341. Carpenter Circle Discusses Sunshine Basket Project By PATTI PHILLIPS The Betty Carpenter Circle of the Hogansville Baptist Church met with Belle Willis at the Pastorium Monday afternoon, September 8, 2003. Attending were Mavis Garrett, Joyce Williams, Lillian Howell, Ava Camp, Helen Stephens, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Patti Phillips, Nettie Rowe, Evelyn Spivey, Mary Jo Keith (Visitor) and Belle Willis. Call to order was by Mrs. Howell. Reading of minutes was by Mrs. Stephens. Hostesses for September were Mrs. Willis, with refreshments, and Mrs. Howell with the program. Treasurer's report was given by Miss Gillespie. The September project is to carry a Sunshine Friendship Basket to Mrs. Susan Fleming. October hostesses will be Patti Phillips with the program, and Lillian Howell with the refreshments. Mavis Garrett presided over the business meeting. The same officers from last year were re-elected. Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes are here and some were given out with a list of needed items. This well be a churchwide proj- ect. The due date of these shoeboxes will be :.e ..,:  .... ::. =================================================== : :,+ ::'::i::+i ::. i'+*+ +:+:++::::{i+::?{{+i::::+ i{::: :::::/ +i: : ::i +: + + announced at a later date. The October project will be to collet socks and underwear for Native Americans in a variety of sizes for ages one through four- teen (1-14). Needed are for boys and girls. Lottie Moon Christmas Offering is in December with the banquet on December 3 - a covered dish at 6:30 p.m. The Georgia Baptist Convention will meet in Columbus November 10-11 November 3 is World Day of Prayer at Rockridge, 10:30 a.m. - 12 noon. We will again provide sack lunches fin" Habitat for Humanity at Camp Viola. The program was presented by Lillian Howell, "Nothing short of Miracles'. She gave the call to prayer and read from Genesis 22: 7-8. Silent prayer was uttered for the many missionaries who were celebrating birthdays that day. Mrs. Howell closed the meeting with prayer The refreshments served were Chicken salad sandwiches, goldfish crackers, Doritos and Broken Glass Cake, Diet Dr. Pepper, Cokes and Sprite Woman Earns Commendation From Army Army Spec. LaMika N. Brewer has been decorated with the Army Commendation Medal for participating in Operation Iraqi Freedom.. She is the daughter of Linda and Lorenza Brewer ofLaGrangeand a 1997 grad- uate of LaGrange High School. SiS ROOFING, LLC. 724 Warm Springs Hwy Manchester, GA 706-846-5256 Prompt, Reliable, and Professional Service Fully Insured Servicing Residential and Commercial Needs Free Estimates! 1-866-455-ROOF (7663) Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Eva Rooker Meadows of grantville in her death. "Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal." Remember or sick and Shut-ins: Milton Alexander, gertrude Cousin, Ector Dean, Rev. Clarence Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis (Mary Hall) Qriggs, Florence Maolne, hetty Portress, Marvin Rosser, Rev. and Mrs. William Mitchell, Willie Lee Mitchem, Willie James Sewell, Carrie 8harpe and Bessie E. Rosser. Birthday gi'eetings go out to Willie Brown, Linda R. Susie Clemons, &kinda Dean, Johnny Dean, in memory of Carl Elder, Launda Dean, Lashonda Freeman, Daisy Dawson, Sharon Hines, daughter-in- law of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis (Janette) Hines, Gerald Freman, Julia Harris, in memory of Nathaniel Harris, Sr., Shan Harris, daughter of Nathaniel Harris, Jr., in memory of Irwin Lewis Hardaway, in memory of Thomas "Bob" Hines, St., Kaitlyn MaKenzie Leigh, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Wenonah) Leigh, Marion L. Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion (Ola Mae) Mitchell, Jr., Clever Ann Nails, Melvin Mitchell, in memory of Harris Newman, brother of Fred . Newman, Ernest Demascus, son of Hubert Beasley, Stanton Miller, Sr., in memo- ry of Carolyn R. Parker, daughter of Ellen Rosser, Ben Overton, Percy Overton, Annette P. Miller, Thelma H. Portress, Wayne Rosser, Carla E. Sumerlin, Patsy Newman Spradlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newman, Zachary Woodard II, and in memory of Willie Mae Worthans. The White Plains Untied Methodist Church, St. Marks, will observe "Labor Day" on Sunday, September 21 at 11:00 a.m. with pastor Nathale Walthall bringing the message. Please wear your work clothes. The public is cordially invited. Deacon of the week: Bob Irvin. As you pray remember Bob Tillman, Wilson, Pauline Powers, Estelle Lynda Staley Hill, Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, Wendy Mildred McWhorter, Merge McBride, Broussard, Clara Byrd, Ruth 8ith, Clayton Caudell, Chris Campbell, Patsy Dalrymple and John Irvin. LeWe had Baptism for Megan Ramsey and on Merrill in the morning service on 14. Beth Maxwell presented a Bible to Kasey ' his recent baptism. The adult choir special music in the morn- Called Me By Name." Rev. Harold Willis' Sunday morning mes- sage was "The Beginning of Miracles" with the text of John 2: 1-11. That night, Mr. Larry Teeter from Franklin First Baptist Church came and gave his personal testimony telling of his experience with the Jehovah's Witnesses. At the close of the Sunday morning wor- ship service, our pastor, Rev. Harold Willis, presented baptism certificates to Megan Ramsey and Leon Merrill, whom he had bap- tized earlier in the service. World Hunger Day is October 12. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street. YOU COULD WIN $50,000 IN LAND AND A NEW POLARIS ALL-TERRAIN PICK-UP TO RIDE ON IT. The Polads Land the Adventure Sweepstakes is your chance to win a new ATP and $50,000 in land for you to work, play or just relax. And whatever you do for work or play, the new Polaris ATP helps you do more of it, more easily. It's got twice the storage capacity of most ATVs and a convenient dumping cargo box to pack more gear, haul more dirt or do whatever you need done. See the new ATP at your Polaris dealer and enter to win today. ATP. DO MORE. MORE EASILY POLRRIS. The Way Out. 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