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HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2000 PAGE 5A 172 Years t Mae Towns Moul United has finalized to celebrate its 172nd g this Sunday. The Rev. Sidney S. Tate, a retired pastor of the First UMC, will be atthe 11 a.m. worship The Rev. Dane G. Wagner, of the Mountville UMC District), invites all pastors, members and of the church to the Homecoming. A covered-dish dinner will on the church grounds worship service, so a picnic basket and enjoy friends. A number of committees made arrangements for 172nd Homecoming under the leadership of Calvin Pike, George Andrews, Lay , Mountville Set For 172nd Homecoming Event This Weekend Leader; Dr. Richard Chambers, Superintendent of Church School; Kay Humphries and Nancy Newsome, Treasurer /Secretary;Cemetery Committee: Thomas Wood, Chairman; Otis Abernathy, Ferrell Towns and Bill Owens; Helen Thrash, President of UMW; Jean Mote and Alma Wood, Coordinators of Local Church Activities; Richard and Angela Chambers, Leaders of MYF; Charles Newsome, Chairman of Board of Trustees; Clara Andrews, Finance Chairman of Parsonage Committee; and Mac Towns, reporter. A committee has been work- ing on plans and accepting dona- tions for construction of a new Fellowship Hall. Among those who have worked on this committee include Dr. Otis Abernathy, Jim Humphries, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome and Calvin Pike. Improvements are being iiii!i DAY - A covered-dish dinner will be held on <..., made to the church, grounds and cemetery. Located in the oldest settle- ment and highest point in Troup County, Mountville United Methodist Church was organ- ized in 1828 in the log cabin of Thomas Evans by a Methodist circuit rider, the Rev. James Hunter (1785-1862). Homecoming guest minis- ter, the Rev. Sidney S. Tate is a native of Athens. A graduate of LaGrange High School and Emory University, Tate earned the Master of Divinity degree from the Theological School at Drew University, Madison, N.J. Early in his ministry, he served pastoral appointments in Athens and Powder Springs; and spent a year as a Methodist Campus Minister of the Wesley Foundation on grounds of the University of Georgia. Then Mr. Tare spent seven years at LaGrange College in Admissions and Financial Aid. In July 1973, he went to the ,! the church grounds following worship service. Planned Friday s Full Gospel will have a special Friday, October 20 at 7 Kingdom Express of Columbus. Even if you go to another church, come and join us for this night of praise and music. Everyone is welcome SPecial guests will be of Ownership, Management, and Circulation ), P' zansxille ttome News of Known Offea of Publicailon (t nr) (StreW,  courtly, ste, mr ZIP+4) Lbickinson Street, P.O. Box 426, Hogansville, GA 30230 Aedrels Of HeadClUatlens or GemerJ Busi Office Of Pul|tlet (Net /ttm0 Manchester, GA 31816 Addresses of Put=er, Edof, and Managing Editor (De rot ,tmv b/rank) aoTe) 928 Linda l,ane, Manchester. GA 31816 Kuykendall, I 181 Oak Mountain Rd., Shiloh, GA 31826 , aaress) Gcter. 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Among the churches he has served include: Tallapoosa First UMC; Newnan Springs UMC near Rossville; Senoia UMC; New Hope UMC in GainesviUe; Villa Rica First UMC; and Manchester First UMC. In June, after 42 years in the North Georgia Annual Conference, Mr. Tate assumed the retired relationship and now makes LaGrange his home. For over ten years, he has been involved with older adult ministries in the North Georgia Conference. In 1991, he com- pleted a certification program in Gerontology at Georgia State University. The Rev. Sidney S. Tate is married to a minister's daugh- ter, the former Enid Smith from Vermont. They are the parents of iW6 married sons: Philip and Paul Stdffcy and Enid have three granddaughters and one grand- son. TH Tom Mills 100% Pro-Education Tom Mills will work to repeal the Roy Barnes "Educational Disaster Bill," and will work to implement a strong reading curriculum in the elementary grades. He will work to end the "edu- erat" policy of social promotion. Tom Mills will work to establish tax exempt educational sav- ings accounts for all Georgia families. 100% Pro-Government Reform Tom Mills will work to eliminate all appointed boards with taxing and regulating authority that are not directly answerable to the voters of Georgia. 100% Pro-Tax Reform Tom Mills will work to reform Georgia's tax structure. He will work to eliminate the income tax and freeze the residential property tax. Tom Mills will work to establish tax credits for pre- scription medications for citizens 55 years and older. He will work to return 25% of all sales tax receipts to the county of origin. Vainer & Vainer NEPHROLOGY & HYPERTENSION SERVICES, INC. Dr. Alon Vainer Dr. Soren Vainer Dr. Braham Taparia Invite you to celebrate with them the , opening of their new dialysis clinic. At 1565 E. Hwy. 34 Newnan, GA 30043 On Tuesday, October 10th, 2000 From 3:PM - 6PM Phone: (770) 252-2727 Come tour the clinic and meet the staff. I I 00ome News - s ] togatlsrille's 'est.'t  t Hummin00ird Festival Arts, Crafts, Food and Fun Country. Fair Oct. 21 & 22 Biggest and Best Yet! m For Booths and Information Call: (706) 637-9497 .... All profits go to City Restoration. Paid political advertisement, ssUeS IDan Lee Voted TO FUND Gov. Barnes' Education Reform Bill (HB 1187) Voted AGAINST "ABC Initiative" to focus on reading in the early grades Voted NO to ending social promotion (SB 36p- 99) VOTED AGAINST internet screening in pub- lic schools and libraries (HB 1187a-00) OPPOSED school safety grants (HB 1160a-00) VOTED AGAINST putting state education bureaucracy under the "sunshine law" (the open records law) (HB 1187a-00) OPPOSED $250 million property tax cut (HB 144a-99) Voted AGAINST returning $650 million budg- et surplus to the citizens of Georgia (HB 1162- 00) VOTED TO urge Congress to tax the internet (SB 538-00) VOTED FOR free gifts and meals from lobby- ists while the legislators are in session (SB 459a- 99) VOTED AGAINST removing people with con- flict of interests from oversight committees (HB 999a-00) VOTE TOM MILLS STATE SENATE