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i&apos;a(,E 6 l-h )(;AN sv L.l t it)M : NEWS - THURSDAY, OCT()BER 26, 2000 Watch out for Goblins in the street Tuesday E* L* * C* T JACKIE WARD TAYLOR CLERK, Superior Court, Troup County EXPERIENCED- QUALIFIED - DEDICATED * 27'years legal experience * 8 years of dedicated service to the citizens of Troup County as Chief Deputy Clerk of the Superior Court * Lifelong resident of Troup County "EXPERIENCE COUNTS" PLEASE VOTE JACKIE WARD TAYLOR 00000 i Located downtown in his- I]. 7 WarmSp00s, GA ""f; cz- [ Ooeu, Off/,00rat [] 40 Beautiflfl Guest Rooms [] Deluxe Continental Breakfast [] 25"TV [] Outdlur Hot Tub (filh'd with .unhing W.rm Sl)rinffs u 'ut er ) [] Vel3' Reasonable Rates [] Handicapwd & Non-Smoking Rooms [] Tour Bttses Welcome - Bus Parking Offering you tmte Southern Hospitality, comfortable r, xoms, a friendly staff, and i reasonable rxltes. For Reservations Call: h. 7o6-655-9o99 " wv.meriwet hercountryi'nn.com ',, 5675 Spring Street, Hwy. 41 I lk' Warm Springs, Georgia I Cooking School Offers Two Serie Gaby's Ma ('uisinc cooking school will be offering two final, exciting series before the holiday season. Chef Paul Luna, for- merly of Atlanta's I,una Si and Eclipse de Lurm fame will share his ideas from con- temporary, seasonal tasting menu from his new restaurant, The I)ining Room, at the Grand Hotel in Hogansville; Chef Kevin Rathbun will share his- magical Southwestern cooking that has made NAVA restaurant a must in Atlanta; Corporate Chef Eric Scuiller will represent the French cuisine from the newly revamped French restaurant program at Callaway Gardens; and his brother, ('hef Paschal Scuiller, will show his professional techniques and recipes from his popular Columbus restau- rant, The Olive Branch. The dates for the lhesday evening (6:30 - 8:30PM) series are October 24, November 7, November 14 and November 21. The cost for the series will be $240 or $65 per class. Gaby's will also again offer a daytime series for those people who have busy evening schedules. These classes will be structured around the holidays and enter- taining and will include the following top- ics: Gaby's new chef Steve Ferrado will bring his family's kitchen secrets to the class when he demonstrates gourmet piz- zas and a variety of pasta sauces; Newnan caterer Maureen Martin. how to "be your own caterer" for entertaining in one class and holiday sweets and pastries for a class; and Donna Arnold will lend cious style to show how to set the holiday table and decorations. The daytime series will now run 9:30 - 1:30 and will also run Tuesday' 24, Nov. 7. Nov. 14 and Nov 21. The the daytime series is $160 for the $45 per class. Call 706-637-5144 for reservations. i Mountville Community Club met at the Jones By Bryan OLD TIMES- More than "Greenwaves" returned to for a class reunion and to enjoy Hummingbird Festival over the end. Pictured above are four HHS graduates reminising the good days. (I-r) Bubba Hendrix, 1975, lives in Hogansville; Luann Hendrix, 1976, now lives in Karen Brown Dennis, 1973, now in Montgomery; and 1974, now resides in Buford. attractions in and arotmd Warm Springs [] Roosevelt's Little White ttouse [] Shopping, Shopping, Shoptfin 9 [] Callaway Gardens [] Pine Mountain Trail [] National Fish Hatchery [] Pint' Nlln. Wild Xninml Park [] Roll>tacit Stale l)ark Ro(iscx tit ( ;olf Cotwse [] Rooscxcl( tnstihde Warm Springs, a nlml West Ckn'gia hm n gaining m< st ol it> c+rlit,r t'twognitkm for being the adopted home of Franklin l)t,lall Ru,st,x't.lt, I.t', i opl(" knox however, that Warm Springs gained a reputation tb its thcrptqtic mim'ral I waters as far back as the lSoo's, Wilt'l) tilt' rich ttld lillllt*tt< C,lln ill th')vcs to the spa at the original Meriwt,thcr trnl. T, (]:|v. lmndlcd (,f thousands visit annually to cnov dw l,,,, I; I('X inglv . P'2-' restored to its qctori,;n c,mdifi,m jlt&' IJ III Brothers cabin on October 12. Herbert Jones served as host for the evening of fishing, fun and fellowship. President Sandy Whisnant welcomed mem- bers and guests from Troup and Meriwether Counties including: Roswell and Carolyn Evans of Greenville; Brady Polana of LaGrange, a tenth grade student at Callaway High School. Also, newcomers to the community: Ralph and Kay Duraski, with children Stephen, Tad and Hannah Rose, who moved from Cartersville. During the afternoon Terrell Jones of Big Springs had a busy job placing bait on hooks of fishing poles for the children. However, the excitement was great when a child caught a fish, and then had a with his "prize catch" by Leslie Pike. Club President Whisnant prayed the tion and invited everyone to a covered ner. Hostesses for the dinner included Wilson, Jackie Jones, Angela Nancy Newsome. Announcement was made that the ular meeting will be held Monday, 20th. Richard Chambers, Jr. Will present a show of Philmont, a Boy Scout camp ia ed Philmont in July. He is the son of Dr. & St. of Mountville. HOME OWNER LOANS This Month's Specials: 107% Purchase! 125% Debt Consolidationl 150% Home Improvement! Member GAMB & NAMD!! Apply Online or by Phone!! HTI'P://WWW.AMFINC.NET $60,000.00 $379.24 "NO CREDIT REPORT FEE" "FREE $80,000.00 $505.65 CONSULTA'rlON" $ 100,O00.00 $632.07 "PI:RONALIZEI) SERVICE" $120,000.00 $758.48 "ioo's ov PROGRAMS" ACCELERATED MORTGAGE FUNDING, INC. 1-800-414-4274 i i ii *360 Mo Term I st MTG. ADJ. Calculation based on I-YR Treasury ARm, Margin 4.3%, Caps 2&6. Discount fee (1 0%), 5-day lock, APR and index may adjust per loan amount and conditions. Subject to Change and Qualifications as of 10/20/2(X)0 1301 Shiloh Road Suite 510, Kennesaw, Georgia "GEORGIA RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE LICENSEE" Rev. Ron IIoward preached for us Sunday morning, October tSth, and Rev. Ralph Parks on Sunday night. Adult Choir spe- cial music that night was "He Touched Me," with Mike Cruce, soloist. Dr. Billy Burks led Prayer Meeting Wednesday night, Oct. 18. He spoke on "What Southern Baptists Believe?" There are many Baptists (Primitive Baptists, Independent Baptists, American Baptists, etc.). He read from Ephesians 2:8-10. (1) A Southern Baptist is a person who has experienced salvation through a belief in Jesus Christ. (2) A Southern Baptist is a per- son who believes the Bible is God's word without any error. 11 Timothy 3:16-17. (3) A Southern Baptist is a person who acknowledges the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Romans 14. (4) A Southern Baptist believes in Trinitarian God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. 24-6252 PROCEEDS BENEFIT The Columbus Museum Columbus Symphony Orchestra The Historic Columbus Foundation Ida Cason Callaway Foundation The Springer Opera House www.steeplechaseatcaUaway.org www.tlckets.com John 14; John 1 and Romans 8:9. (5) A Southern Baptist is a per- son who realizes the autonomy of the church. Every church is self governing. We support 48 million missionaries in many countries. Worship With the Word: Kendra Palmer - Matthew 3:11- 12. She also read it last Sunday. Testimonies by Kathy Yarbrough, Oct. 15Th and Connie Howard, Oct. 22. Special Music Sunday morn- ing was by the Adult Choir "Love Grows Here." Rev. Harold Willis' sermon Sunday morning was, "The Biblical View of the Holy Spirit." (Ats 19:1-7). Sunday night was "The Master's Amazement" (Mark 6:1-6). He is continuing the study on Basics for Baptists on Wednesday nights. As you PRAY remember: Bob Tillman, Avis Hammond, Louise Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. Press Miller, Mozelle Dial, C.E. Stevenson, Howard Willis, Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Mr. & Mrs. A1 Swanson, Evelyn Arnold, Grady Hamilton, Mary Hamilton, Clyde Burks, Mable Hall, Liz Parks, Rev. Bill Deakins,Wanda Lambert, Freda Kelley and Wesley Duffey. OUR CHRISTIAN SYMPA- THY is extended to the families of Augusta Patton (aunt of Rev. Harold Willis) and Raymond Couch at their recent deaths. Echoes of Praise performed Sunday afternoon at the Hogansville Hummingbird "Let the peace of God rule in your hearts ..... and be thank- ful." Colossians 3:15 Give me a spirit of thank- fulness, Lord For numberless blessings given; Blessings that daily come to me Like the dew drops falling from heaven. (Dowel With practice anyone can master the act of thankfulness. Sunday morning Bro. Eller's Festival and 6ct. 24Thl night) at the Memorial Methodist W Fall meeting was an Tuesday morning, at Northside Baptist as the speaker. A was by Golden's. The Association sponsors Sunday night song 29T United Methodist November 1st is Night Supper and WORLD DAY at Rockridge is at 10:30AM with guest Dan Dockery, Missionary at Carrollton. lunch afterwards. Operation Christmas shoeboxes are due in church on November 8tl. The Brotherhood is Men's Ministry. The church that are will be odd jobs, carry tor visits, etc. Rev. Willis leaders of this one is found bility. If you would like unteer or need help, church office. We have activities for age group. If you church home, we would you to come Hogansville First Church Street. message "The fullness { Holy Spirit." Matthe Sunday evening his was from Eph. 5:15-21 Happy my brother, Eddie May God richly bless Mark your calendar week of November 19ill, We begin a Johnnie Williamson. you will plan to attend.