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PAGE 10 HOGAcNSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAS, OCT. 18, 2001 \\; LOOKING BACK INSPIRING A big gospel singing will be held at the Corinth Baptist Church on Saturday night. The fea- tured singers are Straight Heart (pictured above) from Woodbury, the Faith Singers from Corinth and God&apos;s Children from Roanoke, Ala. The singing starts at 7 p.m. and everyone is invited to attend. True friends are like dia- monds, precious and rare; false friends are like autumn leaves, found everywhere. A very special happy birthday to Mrs. Ola Kate Pace of Grantville on her 91 years young on October 22 and more happy birthdays to come. Last Saturday, October 14, LaToria Butts, Ms. LaVeda Traves and Mr. Wendell King of Grantville were honored with a deli- cious birthday dinner at their home. It was prepared by Mrs. Charlene King. We're sorry to report that Ms. Marsha Beasley Partridge is a patient at West Georgia Medical Center. We wish her a speedy recovery! The New St. Paul C.M.E. Church, 463 Sewell Rd., Lone Oak will have a Fall Festival and Bazaar on Saturday, October 27 beginning at 8:00 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. There will be food, arts and crafts and Uch, much more. Rev. T.D. Brown is the pastor. 'Family Day' Set Oct. 21 On behalf of the Mt. Sinai C.M.E. Church, we would like to invite you and your fami- ly and friends to our annual Family & Friends Day cele- bration on October 21st at 3 p.m. Dinner will be served. STARBAND. StarBand m Servke High-Speed 2-Way Internet Access It's always on and it's available virtually everywhere! Get your phone back? Uses the same Dish antenna as your TV. tto land-Nsed IP needed? ADT WIRELESS Home Semrity Completely wireless! NO CHARGE for equipment (standad package)* NO ACTIVATION FEEP FREE Installatiml.* @. m fs :q!  rGi  <>isfty Ah Yes...Recall The Team of '72 By J. Dan Stout city manager was John The Hogansville High Lange. Professor Newt alumni football game this Gingrich spoke to the weekend would do well to KiwaJfis Club. Pearce Rosser search out any 1972 team was mayor and the council members they could find. members were Raymond C. This report comes from Barrow, Eddie Jeter, Eddie the Hogansville Herald B. Todd, James Boswell, and Archives and the October 19, Jaza Strozier. 1972 edition. The team was A single copy of the undefeated in regular season Herald was ten cents and an and won two games in the annual subscription was state playoffs. $3.61. Coffee was 59 a pound In 1972 the Hogansville at the local Thriftown. Chili Cook-OffSet Oct. 27 It's that time again, when the cool, crisp air contrasts with the hot tastes of chili during the United Way's llth annual Chili Cook-Off. The event, scheduled Oct. 27, will be held on Lafayette Square in LaGrange with a new time, 3-6 p.m. Sponsors and United Way agencies are readying their recipes for various types of chili. Deacon of the Week: Ken Hines. As you pray, remember: Bob Tfllman, Louise Wilson, Press Miller, Clyde Burks, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Evelyn Arnold, Freda Kelley, Denny Faulkner, David Shearouse, Marcellite Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Irvin, Kenny Irvin, Wayne Yarbrough, Bruce Lee, Susie Crum, Tim McNalley, Tom Flournoy, Francis Trimeloni, Mary Frances Mitchell, Skeet Ellington, Rev. Ron Howard, Mavis Phillips and Mary Kathryn Gillespie. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the family of Mable Hall. She was the mother of Mrs. Billy (Bettye) Burks. World Hunger Day was October 14. Alyson Lee had Worship With The Word leading responsive reading No. 715 on Stewardship. Joe Travis gave a testi- mony. He read Deuteronomy 26:12 and Matthew 23:23. The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was, "O For A Thousand Tongues." Rev. Harold Willis' ser- mon Sunday morning was, "The Test of Trust" (Genesis 22:1-19). We were happy to have many visitors with us SundaF The Association will meet at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Grantville October 23. Our pastor is carrying a group to Helen to see the Bavarian Village and beauti- ftfi fall colors October 27. We will have recognition of the Hogansville Firemen (paid and volunteer) and EMTs October 28 at the 11 a.m. morning worship. They and their families will be hon- ored with a covered dish lunch immediately after- wards in the church fellow- ship hall. Welcome new members: Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Natalie) White and Nicholas. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street. NETWORK DishPVR Zap commercials! Pause, rewind, record live TV! NO EQUIPMENT TO BU $49.99 Activation Fee includes installation and first month's viewing. Digital Home Plans as low as $39.99 month! One year commitment and valid credit card required. 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