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October 14, 1999

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PAGE 2 - HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - OCTOBER 14, 1999 00004.one Oak St. News By JANIE ELUS Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mr. Thomas "Bob" Hines Sr. of Grantville in his death. Wishing you peace and comfort. , Get well wishes go out to Ms. Bobbie Jean Boddie of Greenville; Ms. Missie Harris of Newnan and Ms. Tessela C. Smith of Manchester. They all under went surgery last week. Happy Anniversary goes out to the following couples: Rev. and Mrs. Frank (Alice) )ean, Jr. on their 28th on October 12; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller on October 18 and Mr. and Mrs. Preston (Bernice) Render on their 7th on October 14. We wish them many, maly more! Congratulations to Mrs. Carolyn Jenkins of Grantville upon her retirement with 30 years of Postal Service at the Grantville Post Office. Enjoy life. We're sorry to report that Mr. William Colton of St. Marks is a patient at West Georgia Medical Center. We're happy to report that Ms. Mytrice Daniel of Grantville and Mrs. Julia L. Grissom of St. Marks are home from the hospital and doing nicely. Happy Birthday wishes go out to the following people: Mr. Robert "Bob" Burston, Mr. Cleveland Bedgood, in memo- ry of Mr. Marvin Clark, in mem- ory of Mrs. Sara Clements, in memory of Mrs. Louise Mitchell, Mrs. Ernestine Owens, Mrs. Wylene Phillips, Mr. Raymond Reeves, brother of Mrs. Loretta Freeman, Emanuel Richardson, Laurell Hunter, granddaughter of Ms. Mary Strozier, Brandon Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Eula) Smith, Mrs. Gertrude Cousins, Teresa Nell Choice, granddaughter of Mrs. Lucinda Colton, Mr. Johnny Freeman, Mr. Tony Colton, Mr. Albert Faulkner, Mrs. Sara W. Clark, in memory of Mrs. Lurlene Freeman, Tamekia Overton, Mrs. Tracy Overton, Mr. Billy Martin, Beronica Rosser, Mrs. Pearl Malcolm and Mr. James Malcolm, mother and brother of Mr. John A. Malcolm Jr., in memory of Mr. John Henry Smith, In memory of Mr. Millage Stepp, in memory of Ms. Grace R. Wheelous, in memory of Mrs. Mozelle M. Williams, Mr. Whitley Barrett Jr., Ms. Agnes Boston, Mrs. Vickie P. Smith, Mrs. JoAnn Williams, Mrs. Laura H. Woods and Ahna Elizabeth Zachary. We're happy to report that little Miss Hannah Scobley, daughter of Ms. Faye Render is home from the hospital and doing fine. There will be a benefit and appreciation for Mrs. Alice Pearl Hinton of LuthersviUe on Saturday, October 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the Clark Chapel United Freeman, Methodist Church, Luthers- Mrs. Joyce Hardaway, ville. grandson of Mrs. Inez All groups, choirs and McCambry, in memory of Mr. soloists are invited. Sponsored Perry Hamilton Sr., in memo- by Ms. Imogene Todd, Mrs. ry of Rev. Walte r H. Hubbard, Christine Pace and The Gospel Ms. Sandra Ann Hunter, in Choraliers. memory of Mrs. Bobbie Ann White Plains United Green, in memory of Mr. Methodist Church, St. Marks Samuel Lewis Hines, in mem- will observe "Laity Day and ory of Mr. Harold Hines, Mrs. Worldwide Communion" on Carrie Jockson, . Sunday, October 17 at 11 a.m. Mrs. Brenda F. Maddox, Mr. with Pastoer W. E. Geter. The Lorenzo MCCall Sr., Ms. Erica public is invited to attend. Assembly of God "(God) comforts us... that Faith is the hand that holds we may be able to comfort those Him. who are in any trouble." On the steep and rugged 1Corinthions 1:4 way. Oh, give forth the oil of Faith is the heart rejoicing- God's comfort that fell on your accepting God's promise wounds like a balm, To soothe others lives bruised and broken until they are blessed and grow calm. - Anon. God doesn't comfort us just to make us comfortable, but to make us comforters. Bro. Hill's message Sunday morning was from Proverbs I4:12-19. "There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end there of are the ways of death." Sunday evening His message was from Phillipians 3:10-14. Following this Sunday evening service, we enjoyed our monthly birthday supper. Faith Faith is the eye that sees God. No matter how dark the day. true Faith is the ear that listens to the voice that speaks to you. Faith refuses to doubt Him Though others are filled with fear Faith is believing the Word and knowing that God is near. Halloween Shaped Cookies (Bats, Cats, Moons, Owls, Ghosts) New Location - 4 East Lafayette Square LaGrange, GA (706) 884-7334 Open M-S -Special Orders- Pick Up Anytime Wedding Cakes, Petit Fours and Cheese Straws for showers Donuts, Pastries, Desserts, Brownies, Snacks COME TO WORK FOR US AS A CARTER EMPLOYEE A LEADING MANUFACTURER OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHES Jobs Available For: Third Shift 11:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. (Sunday night thru Thursday night) Includes Shift Premium As a Carter Employee you will have an opportunity for excellent eamings through our incentive pay plan and a competitive benefit package. Apply Mondays thru Thursdays 7:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon and 12:30 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. The William Carter Company 67 Industrial Road Hogansville, GA EEO/AA For Experienced advice on all residential mortgage needs, call: (706) 327-64O2 Equal Opportunity Lender Equal Housing Lender @ PARKWAY MO00GE , GA 31906 R G D Homes of Thomaston 1699 Barnesville Hwy. & 1348 Hwy: 19N in Thomaston, Georgia is making room for the new Both Locations have all '99 Models Discounted MARY ELLEN MCDUFFIE, right, owner of Warm Springs Village Mall, held a birthday party in celebration of clown Emmett Kelly, Jr.'s 75th birthday last Tuesday. On hand to help celebrate and winner of the Grand Prize drawing was Billy Barber of Hogansville. He received a limited edition EKJ figurine. Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee 706.648-1193 or 706-646-4589 One Section i Timberland SHIRTS, S .Tg , Great Selection Point Tech VF.'I Men's & Women's ' P R GOLF SHIRTS Below Wholesale! 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