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October 18, 2001

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Discusses Shoe Box Project The General WMU of the isville First Baptist Y October 3rd with those , Mary Gfllespie, Helen Patti Phillips, Phillips, Myriam /field, Evelyn Spivey Belle TVVfllis. Call to Order was given r Mavis Garrett and Mavis the meeting }rayer. Helen }hens read the previous meet- The project is Shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child that are due back in the church on Sunda; November 18. The Week of Prayer for International Missions and Lottie Moon Christmas Offerings is December 2-9. October 23 is the Association at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Grantville. November 5 is the Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer at Rockridge at 10:30 a.m. A salad lunch follows. November 12-13 is the Georgia Baptist Convention at Macon. Mavis Garrett then gave the Treasurer's report. The group will make teddy bears to donate to nurs- ing homes and the hospital pediatric ward. Patti Phillips presented the program, "Miss Willie and Me," gave the Call to Prayer reading from Matthew I0:27 and giving the Prayer Focus: Impact Northeast. She read the names/places of service of the missionaries with a birthday today. Evelyn Spivey prayed for them and the meeting was closed with the prayer. 69 YEARS AND STILL SMILING - Mr. and Mrs. James H. Culberson celebrated their 69th wedding anniversary on Saturday, October 6th with family members. Mr. and Culberson were married October 6, 1932 and are both residents of Alvista Care Home in Greenville. The cel- ,lrOeUple are the parents of Mrs. Gloria Prather of Elementary School's Heritage Day Friday The Annual Hogansville Elementary Heritage Day will be held on Friday, October 19th. Students and local citizens will experience an exciting and educational display of exhibits, demonstrations and crafts of days gone by. Children will participate and watch pottery made by Tim Taunton of LaGrange College, square dancing by The LaGrange Shufflers, butter churning by Ms. Frances Robinson, biscuit making, weaving, quilting, a train ride and dulcimer music by Nancy and Dean Larson among other exciting exhibits and demonstrations. We welcome parents and the community to share this day with us. Family Members qtlrn Out For Sarah Beall's Birthday On Saturday, October 6, the family of Sarah Beall met at Long Cane Park to help her celebrate her 75th birthday. Mrs. BeaU was 75 on October 15th. Those celebrating with her were: Walter and Glenda Graben, Walter Jr., Phoebe, Justin, Austin, and Faith Graben, Todd, Kathy, Russell and Mitchell Woodham, all of Valley, Alabama, Jim and Sarah Schultz, Desiree and Jeff Hannah, Allan, Kim and Zachary Hall, Kara, Kristi, and Kasey Hicks, all of Douglasvflle, Tony and JoAnn Graben and Atticus Leithner of Ball Ground, Rodney, Cynthia, James, Bobby and Jonathan Tripp of Lithia Springs, Bruce and Pat Graben of Nichlasville, Kentucky, Phil and Laura Corbin of Macon, Prank (Buster) and Gaff Beall of Norcross, Alicia Beall of LaGrange, Julia Morrow and Joycie Brown of Hogansville. Monaay Chicken nuggets, creamed potatoes, English Peas, school baked roll, fruit, choice of milk. Tuesaay Corn dog, baked beans, tater tots, fruit; choice of Wednesday " Chili, coleslaw, saltines, fruit, cinnamon roils, choice of milk. Baked ham, sweet pota- toes, seasoned green beans, hot rolls, fruit, choice of milk. Friday Hamburger, sliced toma- to/lettuce, french fries, fresh pear, choice of milk. (706) 812-9170 NEW LOCATION 1901-B Manchester Exp COLUMBUS lJu around lhl ccmur Imm our old lucalm) 322-5076 [ Mort. - $ NOW OPEN IN OLD LOCATION U.S. GOLF ne aTy sa o Saturday! on fall fashions, shoes, accessories and gifts for the entire family! " JSE YOUR MANSOUR'S CARD. VISA, MAS- LAGRANGE WEST LAFAYENT SQUARE * CALL TOLL-FREE 1-800-894-0828 TERCARD, DISCOVER OR AMERICAN EXPR[SS STORE HOURS MON-FRI 10AM-7PM, SAT 10AM-7PM, SUN 1-6PM FREE GIFT WRAP * GOLDEN BONUS 10% DISCOUNT EVERY TUESDAY LESS THAN PERFECT CREDIT WELCOME EVEN Chapter 13 BANKRUPTCY I I DAN-RIC HOMES "Building for your rut.." HObtE5 ARE 100% COMPLETE 100% FINANCING k,_LE ON YOUR LAND OR IN OUR CO>tltWrlES NO APPLICATION IS REFUSED from MO. P&I $PLITILEVEL 5BDR, 3Bath, 2 Den Potential 1,950 sq. ft. Under Roof * P Available / M{Pn Fixture  Ceiling / Cultured Marble Vanity "ILp ,z 10 ar RW(7 AarranLv g Aura Garage lJr ()pmers g Garden Tub tmaVa / FHAA'AApprcwed Builder CALl. ANGEIA PACE TODAY! For a FREE Cormultation and/or FREE Pre-Qualification! 706.883.3475 www.danric.com pacea@danric.com 89 Durand Road off LaFayette Parkway, LaGrange t C3e opeons n Px:Oed  Pe