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HOGANSVna.E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 2002 PAGE 5-A By Bqtan Geter * READIN,&apos; WRITING ANO FECESS - Students at HES took a break on Monday and enjoyed #ayin9 on t!'e sv:::cs ci slides at the playground. \\;e't'e .'41"1" [() F):)u ,: . ci Sa Heard, in memory of Ml: Rufus t-le.rd :: .'.1!' Irxin I.ewis Hardaway, Grantville i; a i:,-:, : : raemory of Mr. Thomas Grady :\\;lena)rJi ti:> F , ,: : !,.>:' Hines, St., Mrs. Atlanta. Also, Mr5 I,i ...................... Malone, Ms. Doris Sewelt ol tlogam" i;,- -: , patient at \\;Vest .c,, Medical Center. \\;re wish them a speedy recover:.; Get-well wishes g()o<) i, Mrs. Thehna For0 ::i.. : Oak, who tltlclei'weid .'; , last week Our belated s34,.h ", goes out to the fami!x ol Mr. James Connally of Detroit, Michigan, f(, a,et iv Moreland in his deati, he ,, ,- the husband of Mr.- ).::; , Freeman Connatty. i , , : .... away! Happy annive)'s,, ;,,- out to Mr: and Mrs. Ld,+,;+.} (Velma) Mitchell on t ntis" 20:h on September 25rd+ \\;V+ + ',++. J> h them many, many more! Our belated sympah/ goes out to the famihe: t 5/} Harold Jones and M.," ,'!i-',c ; Mitchell in their ,1, a},s "Earth has )1o sor)','., l)i,l heaven cannot heat Birlhday greetim;> ,,  to: Mr. Willie Brown. i: mciH ory of Mrs. Annette R Alexander, daughter of 2,1,,, EHen Rosser, Ms. Mchei!v Colton, Mrs. Daisy Dawstm. MrJohnny Deao, M io.: DiPring, Mrs. i2oi o'i, Ellis'on, 1Rev: Bg,! 7 30: Glanton, Mrs. Mt, iia Griggs, Jason iieard ,I- ),lit<he!i, Marion L. Mitchell, ,,r: of Mr. and Mrs. Marion )10 Mae) Mitchell, Jr., t ;.-nest DeMarcus, son of Mr. Hubert Beasley, Mr. Ben ,. crton. Mr. Percy Over*on, .i. ),tei',in Mitchell, Ms. -,, tk. ()gletree, Mr. Stanton i }I e . S r., ),lr. Wayne Rosser, Mrs. Annette P. Miller, Mrs. Carla E. Sumerlin, Mr. John Rutiede, Jr., Mrs. Mottle el ",tuastiit, Komeska and .:, :.ca . mthps, twin daugh- ,,, ,f Mr. and Mrs. James i'!,it!ips Ataya Jones, Ms. ...,p:anie D. Rutledge, in  a,ry of Mr. Fred i hompson, Mr. James Smith, ir, memory of Mrs. Alice Str,)zier and in memory of .... .,. Wiiiie Mae Wor*hans. Our deepest sympathy > ,('  {)u t to the family of Mrs. \\;\fllie Mae Worthans of (;)antville in her death. Wishing you peace and com- .q,vt The Greenville High Schgol class of 1982 will cel- ebrte their 20th year class eunion on September 21st at zinc Ramada Inn, LaGrange. i., t ru)re information, please o011; Ms. Mignon Carter at ')6-672-4164 and Ms. Rosa tesda y Rotini, garden >:i,. school baked =otl N'ui!. choice of milk. Wednesday Taeo salad, lettuce, z;,  to, cheese, whole kernel c, ', banana bread, choicc ot . Thursdm, Chicken, tLqy whc ,', ,e;. seasoned green beans, scb<)l baked roll, citrus fruit cvp, choice of milk_ Ham and cheese sand- > ich "lettuce and tomato, dill picMe spear, French fries, f: *air, choice of milk. I Carpenter Circle Prather at 770 927-1564. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks invites everyone to their asso- ciate pastor's Appreciation Day on Sunday, September 29 at 11:00 a.m. with guest preacher, Rev. Lonnie Thornton, Sr., along with the Wadley Chapel Church fam- ily. Dinner will be served. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor. Seed for Thought: Life's biggest blessings are little ones. support Offr- Troops Busy With Projects By PATTI PltlLUPS 1 Jl_ [ IJL.. z ]LJL_! Mobile Homes 170 280 Byln The Betty Carpenter Circle of the Hogansville First Baptist Church met there Monday afternoon, Sept. 9 with eight present: Mavis Garret!, Lillian Howell, Patti Phillips, Mavis Phillips, Nettle Rowe, new mem- ber Susan Fleming, Joyce Williams and Ava Camp. The call to order was given by Lillian Howell, the open- ing prayer by Mavis Garrett and the treasurer's rer* was by Mavis Garret!. There were no minutes. Projects for September include buying Ivory soap and white washcloths for the maternity ward at the hospital and for November and December, shoe boxes for Samaritan's Purse. This is church-wide. Hostesses for October will be Joyce Williams (program) and Patti Phillips (refreshments). For November the host- ess will be Lfllian Howell (program). September II-15 is State Missions. The program "Dear Heavenly Father..." was presented by Mavis Phillips. The article was about Sharon Arthur. Call to prayer was given by Patti Phillips. She read from Mark 12: 41-44. The prayer focus was Ohio. She read the names/places of service of missionaries celebrating a birthday and ren- dered the closing prayer. Joyce Williams served delicious refreshments of gier- bread cake, hint of lime chips, cheese conkies, fruit, tea, lemonade or water to the ladies. The ladies then completed the bears by painting faces on them and tying a ribbon around the necks. This was a project of the past several months. These bears will now be given to the pediatric ward of West Georgia Health System. (334) 298-1211 ZERO MONEY DOWN RNANClNI IF YOU NEED FIN.a,t'W,I t. FOR A NEW HOME WlTM LAND PLUS IMPROVEMENTS AND HAVI NO DOWN PAYMENT CALL BEST DEA. HOMES, ALL CREDIT CONSIDERED. GOVERNMENT HOME LOANS - GE T YOURS BEFORE THEY RUN OUT! FOR EVERYONE BUT ESPECIALLY FOR FIRST- TIME BUYERS, SINGLE PARENTS AND PEOPLE WITH NO CREDIT I.N AND HOME! GET FINANCIB FOr A NEW HOME WITH LAND AT LOW RATES AND NO MONEY DOWN CALL FOR DETLS.  WlU.Hrr.IJI} YOU LIY YOOR LAND WITH THE PURCHASE OF A NEW HOME FROM BEST DEAL HOMES. RATES AS LOW AS 4.75% (ARM & W.AC) CALL FOIl MORE INFORMATION AND FREE PRE=UALIFI- CATION WANTA NEW HOME? 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Take steps to learn mere a&mt eur cancer care program - call us a (706) 845-3949for more information. One health system. All the care you -ed. WEST GEORGIA HEALTH SYSTEM 15.14 Vernon Road LaGange, Georgia 30240 (706) 882-1411 vww.wghs.org , )