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October 11, 2001

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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOmE NEWS - OCT. 11, 2001 Support Youth Sports tP'AY OFF ALL YO One low monthly payment. Loans secured by blouses, Land, Mobile Homes & Good or Bad Credit From 6.9% to :30 years. 1-800-553-9256 Greenville Molgage 109 Court Sq. Greenville, GA :? t *Ga Residential Mo,'lgage LK:ense* :: i i i i i pine mountain L GRASS PER PAT BROOKS Call (706) 884-5798 Parents Computer Camp Want to help your kids with --" their homework? Learn to use Microsoft Word for relrts, Microsoft Excel for lists and charts, Microsoft PowerPoint for Presentations, and Microsoft Intcrnet Explorer for research. Taught by a certified MOUS Master! October 15, 16, and 17, 2001 To register call Pattie Waldrip (706) 845-4323, ExL 5747 00VEST GEOROA TECHNICAL COLLEGE (Aathotized MOLS Iiag CemO 303 Fort Drive, LaGrange, GA 30240 ww.weslga.tec.ga.us Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis at the birth of their grandson, Thomas Aaron Evans on September 23 to Aaron and Amy Davis Evans. Deacon of the Week: Jim Campbell. Remember the sick, shut-ins and bereaved in prayer, i Worship With The Word was by Kendra Palmer, reading from Matthew 6:19 21. The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was, J Sh0tguns.Rifles STEYR Rifles SHOWING Sa'turdaN Octob0000r 20th " 9:30 AM-004:00 PM I |   \\; ,I. kel COU NffRY 2139 Greenville Road LaGrange, GA. (706) 882-1555 Photos By Bryan Geter and Bob Tribi FAIR-LY EXCITING - Last weekend'S Cotton Pickin' Fair in Gay drew thou- sands of people. Top Left photo: Lori Anne Steele and Jessica Weatherup pup chase some French fries and onion rings at the Flint River Academy booth during the Fair on Saturday. Serving the deli- cious food are (L-R) Ansley Katrina Flynn, Hillary Evans, Fordham and Debbie Ethericlge. Bottom Left Photo: Members of the Manchester Kiwanis Club met early at the MHS lunch- room to load the peas, combreacl, sla w, tomatoes, onions and tea for the seine annual trip to Gay. Herman Ward was project chairman, and as you can see, it was dark outside. From left are Bruce Bunten, Blake Bartlett, Donnie Koon Herman Ward and Jim Brigman. Right Photo: The Cotton Pickin' Fair family - oriented. Pictured above is William Davidson pulling his son Tyler I'm Glad I Know includes I'm Glad I Know Who Jesus Is, Yes! I Know and 0 the Blood of Jesus medley arranged by Tom Fettke. Rev. Harold Willis' Sunday morning message was "Ultimate Ownership" with the text from Psalm 24:1-2. There was no fifth Sunday night song service. The Sunday night service was moved to Ebenezer Presbyterian Church dedi- cation service at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6 .m. by reserva- tion. On October 7, Rev. Willis will continue his Survey of the Bible on Job at the 7 p.m. service. Our monthly family night supper, General WMU, Men's Ministry, etc was last night at the church We will observe Communion October 7 in the 11 a.m. service. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets at the church October 8. World Hunger Day is October 14. Rev. Sara Parker will bring a message in a wor- ship service on October 21 at 9 a.m. in the amphithe- ater. near the Hogansville Elementary School. This is in conjunction with the Hogansville Hummingbird Festival. Providing and serving the youth and children's meals during the revival last week were: Beth Maxwell, Bob Irvin, Belle Willis, Jean Miller, Jim and Lynn Campbell and Wayne and Kathy Yarbrough. Rev. Willis is hosting a trip to Helen to see the Bavarian Village and the fall colors on Saturday, October 27. The group will leave the church at 8:30 a.m. and return home around 7 p.m. They will stop for lunch in the mountains. All ages are welcome, but youth and chil- dren need to be accompa- nied by a parent. Call now for reservations, 637-8731 (day or night) and place your name on the list. We will recognize the Hogansville firemen (paid and volunteer) and Hogansville EMTs in the 11 a.m. service of October 28. A church-wide covered dish lunch will be served in their honor to them and their fam- ilies immediately following in the church fellowship hall. Happy birthday October to: Haralson, Laura Vale Terry Stephens and Henry Hulgan on the Melissa Reeves on the P.J. Cruce and Arielle on the 6th, Bettye the 7th, John Cranston, and Collene Isom on 10th, Meredith the llth, Zachary on the 12th, Tom on the 13th, Mike Cruce the 18th, Lillian Joe Thompson on the Mary Norris and Owens on the 23rd, Palmer, Todd Reeves, Waldrop and Kevit on the 24th, Chris and Clem Howell on 25th, Dr. Billy Burks Andy Tabitha Chaffin on the sary in October to: Mr. Mrs. Joe Thompson and and Mrs. Joel Keith on llth, Mr. and Mrs. Williams on the 13th Mrs. Sidney Spradlin, the 14th, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett on the 18th. Mr. Mrs. Richard Stroud on  21st and Mr. and Howell Spradlin on 0015th CAR & RY October 20, 2001 9:00 AM till 4:00 PM HIGH SCHOOL ANNEX, MANCHESTER 30 O.ASSES OF CARS SIX SPECIALTY TROPHIES . (Old Elanentary &ll)  Door Prizes J'  Specialty - - v i Trophies in 6 Brand New Category Categories MOTORCYCLES Peoples' Choice Trophy Great food f rom t he Rotary Chuckwagon. FREE T-Shirt to I s` 100 Entries For more information or to reg- ister your car or motorcycle, call hmrie Lewis at 846-2004 or e-mail at laurie l @ c harte r.n e L