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PAGE 8-A H()G.\\;NSVILLE HOtF: NEWS -TtlL I[)AY, ()L ...: 2()t) t \\; Betty Carpenter Circle Gathers By Patti Phillips The Betty Carpenter Circle of the Hogansville First Baptist Church met at the church October 8 with "Sizzle of the Month" 14x56, 2BR/I BA, $16,560 plus S/U, Del., A/C &amp; skirting. "Look folkes._ less than rent!" a low payment of $189 a month (WA.C) Do you understand? 2002, 28x48 "Baxley" for only $35,900, doublewide, fireplace, set-up, skirting, A/C, reigerator. "Country Kitchen" 28x64 w/large utility room. Wou Gotta See This to BeliveF Was $53,9CO, now $47,900 loaded! "Come and See" the Plantinium House. You will be amazed, was $5Z900, now $49,900 big window. "ugh House" Pretty price for sure! 28x52, 3BR/2BA, cherry decor, was $45,900, now $36,900, loaded! 3BR/2BA, 32x64, 1,920 sq. ft., living room and den with fireplace, plus a i-vehicle carport! Call today! Mavis Phillips, Patti Phillips, Helen Stephens, Mavis Garrett, Lillian Howell, Ava Camp and Nettle Rowe pres- ent. Call to Order, Lillian Howell; Opening Prayer, Helen Stephens. She also read the minutes. "lYeasurer's Report, Mavis Garrett. There was no old business. The host- esses for November will be Mavis Garrett (program) and Lillian ttowell (refresh- ments). The Lottie Moon Christmas Banquet will be December 5 with Mrs. Ann Watts as the speaker. November 5 is Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer at Rockridge, 10:30 a.m. A salad lunch will be served. The ladies will make bears that are to be donated to nursing homes and the pediatric ward at the hospi- tal. The group was reminded that the shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child are due back at the church Sunday, November 18. The program, "Worship - We Know How" was present- ed by Mavis Phillips. The Call to Prayer was by Patti Phillips. Mavis Garret had the closing prayer/prayer for missionaries with a birthday today. Wayne Frier Ht)ME CENYER-- OF PHENIX CITY 21333 Hvvy. 431-N (334) 298-0150 The Rot Club of Meriwether County would like to thank all of our sponsors and participants in the 15 Annual Rotary Car Show. The money raised by this event goes to support many programs in our area that are beneficial to the entire community. ! cW'e %opt.aate,#o.00: .005opor.t._00 r EXCITING DAY- Hogansville Community Improvement Association, Inc. PreK class enjoyed a special trip to see Sesame Street Live at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta on September 21. We had a wonderful time. We would like to express our thanks to Industrial Specialty Fabrics (formerly Westek). They sponsored our children on this trip. Our Pre-K field trip budget does not allow us to have such extravagant trips. Thanks to a local sponsor the children were able to see a great performance. Library Offers Taste of History Did you know that oup County was named for George M. Troup, who served as governor of Georgia from 1823 to 18277 This is just one of the many interesting facts about Troup County history that are available on the new web site developed by Troup- Harris-Coweta Regional Library. In celebration of Georgia Archives Week, October 8-14, Hogansville Public Library invites you to investigate your history by using this and other web sites available through your regional library. LaGrange MemoriaklAbry. r head- quarters; hag developed a new web site that contains Troup County marriage records from 1828-1900, deed records from 1827- 1900. Hogansville Library hours change the same week- end that the time changes from Daylight Savings to Eastern Standard Time. Beginning October 29, we are open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, and from 9:00 a.m. to noon on Saturday. DILl t00K00gK$" 0061884-7844 ioor -sHol= WOLVERINE. "'----.--'-" TRTRanch &SupplyCo. OTICE TO THE PUBI IC FED'S CUT THE RATE AGAIN! Now Is The Time: Purchase Or Refinance Consolidate your Debt Any Delay on your part could cost you Money Call Today for a "No Obligation,, ' Consultation * Purchase* Refinance* Equity Lines* 2nd Mortgages* Bill Consolidation* Home Improvement* Self Employed* Slow Credit* Cash* Rural Properties* Manufactured Housing D/W & T/W w/LAND* Metro All & Cobb Chamber '3 MO Term I t MI"G, 5/1 A,R,M,. Olher rctms npply, :mmt fee (,25). 15-day lock, Cap 2/5, Migin 3,00%. tmtea 3.40, A PR ami hc may =djut pet It amoem aM * daio. Subjecl to Chinlge and Quificalior a of 10IOM2|. Call for funl'<t delails. 1301 Shkh Rogl Ker,sn, GA THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD in the motorcycle division at last weekend's Rotary Club Car Show in Manchester went to Scott Keeble of Hogansville for this custom1998 Honda Shadow Arrow. i[ THE WEATHERS HONDA RIDERS CLUB of LaGrange walked away with the Best Club Participation among their many awards. ' Mountville United Methodist Women met October 15 at the home of Susan Whitlock in Mountville. Program Chairman Marty Wagner led the women's society in a discus- sion of "Abigail: A Levelheaded Woman." This is part of the UMW study on "Women of the Old Testament." Wagner asked the ques- tion, "How do you act in times of crisis?" Referring to the Biblical story in First Samuel 25:2-44, the program chair- man explained, "The heroine in this study is a woman named Abigail, whose rich husband is a fool. Despite the cultural restrictions of her day, Abigail acts courageous- ly and with insight and pre- vents a massacre." UMW President Helen Thrash welcomed members including: Angela Chambers, Gayla Jones, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome, Miae Towns, Susan Whitlock and Alma Wood, all of Mountv; and Marty Wagner, wife of Pastor Dane Wagner, resi- dents of Moreland. President Thrash e- sented the devotion expressed appreciatio to all UMW members for l)x id ing lunch for a group of min- isters of the 1.aGrangc District. They held a meet in the Mountville U(' Fellowship Hall with ht Pastor Dane Wagner. : Hostesses for Ministerial Luncheon the Mountville UMW ed Clara Andrews, Jean and Helen Thrash. The President aiSo thanked everyone who worked to clean the church, cemetery, and grounds. Church family groups and volunteers also helped clean and prepare the historical old Fuller Store Building for the church's 173rd Homecoming dinner. Pastor Dane Wagner 1". announced this store a d property which adjoins tl Mountville UMC, was P" chased by the church tla. year with the cooperation u. Ferrell T. Towns and tl Fuller Family. However, it has b bers and friends are in the multi-step renovating and expan this building which called the "Faith Station." Reports of Gayla Jones and Mae Towns were Jones led the group in ing tentative plans for Christmas holiday gift and service projects. Following by Wagner, Susan served refreshments. the next :will Jones on, November 12.