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PA6E 2 - HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - NOVEMBER 4, 1999 Thought for the Week No one can make you feel inferior without your consent. Gra mnue-Lone Oak St. Marks News yons Homes Residential Commercial New Homes * Room Additions Basement Finishes Scrsen Porches * Garages , Sun Rooms Kitchens * Baths Roofing * Siding Painting Specializing In Adaptive Housing FULL SERVICE BUILDER "When you think of remodeling, think of Lyons Homes"" (706) 672-0044 Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Lou Ella Elder of Grantville in her death. 'arth has no sorrow that heav- en cannot heal." Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. John (Thelma) Foster of Decatur on their 35th a\\;wedding anniversary. The couple renewed their vows with a ceremony at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Corinth on Saturday, October 30. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Johnny Strickland. Congratulations to Pet. Demetrius Matthews, son of Retired Sgt. Richard and Mrs. Carol Matthews of Augusta, who graduated from basic training on Thursday, October 21 in Fort Benning. His parents, sisters and brother attended the graduation. Also attending were his grand- mothers, Mrs.Thelma Ford of ititit::"t'A$t'ititititWWW Lone Oak and Mrs. Lydia Matthews of Grantville. His it  fi it aunts, MrS. Sandra F. Brown of it it Lone Oak and Mrs. Jennifer E it  . it Hardaway of St. Marks also it it attended. He is now stationed in it it San Antonio, Texas.Good luck, it it it it it HELP IS ONLY A PHONE CALL AWAY it it Tells Past Present Future it it Card Readings Available it it it it This God gifted woman is here to help you in all it it walks of life such as love, marriage, business, it it it alcoholism & health problems. If you are unhappy, it it it miserable, discouraged, she can help you see the it it light. If you are separated from your loved one she it it can bring them back. Has your lover left you for : it it reasons that can't be explained? She can tell yo u it it why! Do you seem to take one step forward but ten it it steps backwards? Do Not classify her with other it readers; she does what others claim to do ' : ALL READINGS PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL : it it it Located at 148 Atlanta Street it : Barnesville, GA 30204" : it Open from 8:00 a.m. to 10i00 p.m, . it it CALL 70) 358-2261 ANYTIME" " it ititit w w w itititititititititititititititit Demetriu Mrs. Eula Kate Jones of Grantville is resting in Beaulieu Convalescent Home in Newnan. Happy birthday wishes go out to: Mrs. Virginia Anderson, wife of Mr. Wendell Anderson, in mem- ory of Mr. John Willis Black, in memory of Ms. Evelyn Blalock, Mr. Robert Brown, Mrs. Angela M. Burston, Eugletis Blount, daughter of Mrs. Annette R. Glanton, Solomon Foster, Freddie Foster, Jr., Ayesha Shawonna Harris, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott (Rosie Lee) Harris, Donnica Heard, Mrs. Catherine Holt, Daniel Eugene Freeman, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Loretta) Freeman, Mr. Thomas Johnson, Tyler Michelle, daughter of Ms. Theresa Hunter, Ms. Priscilla Boddie, Ernest Antonio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest (Verleda) Mitchell, Ms. Robyn Reeves, Mrs. Virginia Robinson, Mr. Freddie Reeves, Mr. Willie James Sewell, husband of M. ll, Mrs.- 510.00 SPECIAL READINGS WITH COUPON We'have ptenty to put in thi You are cordially DD invited to our Christmas Arts and Crafts Show at Pdverplace Retirement Residence. DATE: Saturday, November 13, 1999 TIME: 9AM-4PM Salad Lunch $5 each For Reservations Call 706-324-0100 " rplace _o_.o., Columbus, GA 31904 706-324-0100 Gracious Retirement Living ve.00o, Sp.ceA-.00b00e JA00're 00.ms Willie Mae Scott, Ms. Dora Mae Smith, Mr. James Bailey, Ms. Louise Pritchett, Ms. Tessela Layette Smith, Ms. Arvella Colton, Mr. Richard Overton, Sr., Paige Camille Sumerlin, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. George (Carla) Sumerlin, in memory of Mrs. Evelyn Tigner, in memory of Mr. Howard Johnson Miller, Mr. Jimmy Matthews, in mem- ory of Mr. J.O. McLaughlin, Sr., in memory of Mr. J.O. McLaughlin, Jr., Mrs. Henrietta N. Studstill, EuQuita Williams, granddaughter of Mrs. Annette Glanton, and in memory of Mrs. Lizzie Mae Williams. Remember our sick and shut-ins: Ms. Barbara Bowles, Mrs. Bessie E. Rosser, Mrs. Fannie Parks, Ms. Angela Sewell, Ms. Missie Harris, Mr. Gene Robert Rosser, Ms. Dora Mac Smith, Mrs. Mamie Shuffer, Ms. Mary Strozier, Mrs. Emma M. Smith, Mrs. Cousins, Henry Addie, Ms. Stewart Arnold, Rev. Sutton, and Mr. Woodard, Sr. is a patient at Regional Hospital in We wish her a speedy Seed for Thought: cherish the 3 - F's - Faith, and Friends. First Baptist Happenings I* " il i WRITTEN FOR LAST WEEK Deacon of the week: Johnny Stone. Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School class on having 100% perfect attendance. Carl Bennett is their teacher. The special music Sunday morning was the hymn, "Speak To My Heart" with a duet on the second verse by Carol BrasweU and Marie Hines. Rev. Henry E. Hulgan had as his messages October 24th "A Course in Prayer" (Luke 11:1-13) in the morning and "A New Relationship" (I John 2:7-17) in the evening. As you pray, remember: C.E. Stevenson, Pauline Powers, Louise Wilson, Randy Huckabee, N.H. Hendrix, Joy Palmer, V.R. Stephens, Celey Williams, Frank Crawford, Bob Tillman, Avis Hammond, Opal Bonnet, Rachel Yarbrough, Mickey Dopp, Kim Campbell, Ruby Teel, Lucille Friend, and Lurlie Hurley. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of Mary Lee Brookshire, Ludie Neighbors, Frank Todd and Clea Hayes Barnes at their recent deaths. Don't forget to fill your shoe box for Operation Christmas Child. Also, we have another proj- ect and that is bringing rice for North Korea for the "Southern Baptist in America's Love Gifts to North Korea" where churches are bringing regular rice (not minute rice) in one pound pack- ages or more. Both of these proj- ects are due at our church on November 13. Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes are due November 15. This is a ministry of Samaritan's Purse, whose .President is Franklin Graham. HogansviUe First Baptist Church has taken this on as their monthly project and is church-wide. Shoe boxes are provided and should be filled to be sent over- seas to a boy or girl of the follow- ing ages: 2-4 years old, 5-9 years old; and/or 10-14 years old. Labels are included on a brochure telling all about Operation Christmas Child that you are to cut out and tape to the top of the box with the age category marked. Items filling these may include: toys (small cars, balls, dolls, stuffed animals, plastic kazoos, harmonicas, yo-yos, small Etch A Sketch), toys that light up or make noise (with extra batter- ies),Slinky, etc. SchoolS- h pen- cils andB'rpener, crayons or markers, stamps and ink pad sets, coloring books, writing pads or paper, solar calculators, etc. Hygiene items: toothbrush, tooth- paste, soap, comb, weLhcloth, etc. Other: hard candy, lollipops,. mints, gum, sunglasses, flash- lights with extra batteries, ball caps, socks, T-shirts, toy jewelry sets, hair clips, watches, smallpic- ture books, etc. Do not include the following items: toy guns, knives, or other war-related items, choco- late or perishable items, liquids of any kind (shampoo, lotion, bub- bles, etc.) and breakable items (mirrors, china dolls, etc.). Please enclose a check of $5 for each shoe box to cover shipping and other costs. Pleaseplace in-enve- lope provided with your shoe box. Checks are to be made payable to Samaritan's Purse. You may enclose a note to the child receiving the box with a photo of yourself or your family. The child may write back to you if you include your name and address. So, please fill up your shoe box and turn it in to the church before the deadline of November 13th. Samaritan's Purse is a non- profit Christian relief and evan- gelism organization. All gifts are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Samaritan's Purse is a member of the Accountability, and and WR1TrEN FOR THIS WEEK Our special music morning was a piano/organ by Mrs. Myrlam Mrs. Etta Bennett. had Man Who Failed" (Mark 10: 22) andwe Sunday night song service Highland Baptist night. projects of filling shoe Operation Christmas Child X0th. "- on being inducted into Beta Thursday night. As you pray, Christopher Cross, Stevenson, Bob Tillman, Hammond, Williams, Ruby Teel, Jim Campbell, Pauline Louise Wilson, Rand Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bonner, Yarbrough and Ray LankforcL to: Michael Smith on the 2nd Bass and Keith Davis Beth Maxwell on the 6th Scarborough on the 9th, Stevenson on the 11th, Campbell and Howell Spradlin the 12th, Sondra Lee on the Darlene O'Neal on the Sidney O'Neal onthel7th, Braswell on the 18th, Spradlin on the Otwell and 26thandJohnny Happy Cranston, Jr. on the 25tlx Hogansville Elementary Attendance and Honor Roll Hogansville Elementary School recently announced the names of students who have achieved perfect attendance this year. Those who have perfect atten- dance are as follows: PRE.KINDERGARTEN Lizzie Arrington, Tiffanie Blackwell, William McGhee, Tyrell Tigner. KINDERGARTEN Brandon Jackson, Chandler Wilkerson, Meagan Richardson, Shyniece Wilson, Shelby Stephen, Shanese Florence,Christopher Dire, Sam Austin, Danielle Bonner, Taquoya Cameron, Catherine Hal, Jackalin Neese. FIRST GRADE Emmanuel Vidal, Cattressca Strozier, Kimberly Nolen, Bubba McKeehan, Anna Hammett, Amberly Hall- Raven Evans, Danny Wade, Anna Howington, Eric Downs, Dayhaus Bright, Meagan Shafts, Derriious Rhodes, Markeshia Robinson, Jordan Dorrough, DeShae Gates, Cody Lawrence, Shane O'Neal, Marquis TerrelL SECOND GRADE Meridith Sinns, Cornehus Reeves, Brenton Pike, Latisha Mitchem, Jennifer Mitchell, Jarvis Brown, Dominiqui Lynch, Shakeria Glanton, Alicia Bayles, Hanah Allen, Heidi Cleveland, Jasmine Ector, Keondre Harden, Samantha McGhee, Jamarcus Reeves, Shelnutt Houston, David Wade, Brooke Walker, Destiny Wilkey, Randy Bailey, Rashad Cochran, Deontre' Harden, Quadre Holloway, Kiera Rhodes, David Rutledge, Brandon Zachary. THIRD GRADE Sara Austin, Javatae Brown, Heather Richardson, Deunjay Sasser, Jessica Sticher, Kyle Thompson, Jordon Souglas, Jessica Hatcher, Cederian Lowe, Racee Smith, Tersheor Tigner, Jeremy Zachary, Tiffany Smith, Megan Seymour, Rodney Law, Johnathan Handley, Stefon Gates, Gabrielle Duncan, Roderica Brock, Nicholas Sinns, Courtney WilUarnson, Joshua Boyd, Troy Tidwell, Danielle Talley, Austin Brown, Jakeva Brown, Taylor Clay, Torten Martin. FOURTH GRADE Carmen Wheelus, Patrick Veal, Danielle Bowen, Monca Coward, Amber Freeman, Joey McCard, DeMario MeDowell, Kasey McWhorter, LaTiffany Phillips, Jake Stephens, Jonathan Green, Christen Wheelus, Josh Bonner, Andrew Shaw, Eh Jackson, Andrew WiUiamson, Wayne Fomby, Jason Hooten, Tacarious Tigner, Anjanette McDowell. FIFTH GRADE Kimberly Bright, Cortez Clay, Cassie Douglas, Ehzabeth Pincher, Jessica Reeves, Jericc Glanton, Quadraquis Patterson, Kevin Singleton, Ricky Miller Kristal Whafley, Ashanti Miller. The following students were honored at Hogansville Elementary School for the first nine week period: 2ND GRADE PRINCIPAL'S LIST Meridith Sinns, Brenton Pike, Latisha Mitchem, Shakeria Glanton, Michelle Cannon, Samantha McGhee, Houston Sheinutt. A/B HONOR ROLL Clara Willoughby, Megan Ramsey, Courtney Maxwell Duncan, Jordan Clay, Brown, Alicia Townsend, David Wade, Cleveland, Kylie Meagen Reason, Bailey. 3RD GRADE PRINCIPAL'S LIST Sara Austin Brandon Cole, Toccoa Heather Richardson, Sticher, Troy Tidwell, Smith, Taylor St. Clair. MB HONOR ROLL Courtney Willlarnson, Spradlin, Ashley Harris, Keith, Vasiny Long, Thompson, Tiffany Smith, Seymour, Jamie Parks Lyrme Morales Gabrielle Duncan, Crowder, Roderica Antione Dorsoy, DeCrystal Robinson, Tigner, Mayra Vidal. 4TH GRADE PRINCIPAUS LIST Christen wheelus Smith, Joey McCard, Freeman, Andrew Jason Hooter Natalie Brown. A/B HONOR ROLL Lacy Chapman, Shaw, Kevin Pike, Thompson, Jakila Moss, Bowen, Patrick Veal STH GRADE PRINCIPAL LIS T Valorie Burke A/B HONOR ROLL Christy Fincher, White, Lacy Williams, Miller, Amber Bishop, Celeste Burke, Ashley Hutchins.