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HOGANSVIU HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 2001 PAGE 5-A Dinner Plans Shaping Up Give Blood The Grantville Senior Center will host its annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Wednesday, November 21 beginning at 11 a.m. The Seniors will serve turkey, dressing, and all the traditional trimmings in the Senior m Congratulations to Mr. Hines of Grantville retirement with 32 Service in Atlanta. life. Remember the sick and Mr. Dewayne Mr. Rufus Heard, Ms. Eva Grissom, Mrs. McCambry, Mrs. Jones, Mr. Billy Mr. Leroy Rhodes, Sylvester Rosser, Sr., Linda Helen Hamilton, Mattie Will Etheridge Mary Strozier. We're sorry to report that Marshall Beasley and Ms. Dorothy Price are patients at We wish them a recovery! Happy anniversary wish- igo out to: Mr. and Mrs. Tom (Lizzie) Johnson, who g their 55th anniversary on 10; and Mr. and Reginald (Kimberly) on their 2nd on 7. We wish them more! Birthday greetings go out Mr. Robert Brown, in of Mrs. Virginia Mrs. Angela M. Ms. Jackie Colton, Foster, Jr., Solomon Ms. Evelyn Gates, Shawonna Harris, of Mr. and Walter (Rosie) Harris, Heard, Mrs. Holt, Mr. Thomas Brittany Mitchell Rgina Sewell, daugh- of,S. Rita H. Sewelt, Mickie Miller, Mr. Overton, Mr. John Rutledge, Jr., Mr. ge, Ms. Trina Shields, daughter of Willie Mae Harden, Evelyn Smith, Phyllis Render, Ashley granddaughter of Deborah Talley, Mrs. Robinson, sister of Eura Mac Sewell, Ms. Mr. Dewayne Mr. Joseph Ward, Mr. Ward, EuQuita granddaughter of and Mrs. Billy Joe Glanton, Ernest son of Mr. and Mrs. (Verleda) Mitchell, bus- of Mrs. Vita Sewell, in of Mr. Clarence Jr., in memory Mrs. Lizzie Mac Williams Paige Sumerlin, daugh- of Mr. and Mrs. George Sumerlin. The white Plains United St. Marks everyone to their young adults and sen- ushers anniversary November 18 at a.m. Guest preacher, Gregory Taylor of Rex,. W.E. Geter George associate pastor. A very special happy to Ms. Dora Mac Grantville on her 81 dung on November 5 T birthdays to We're happy to report Mrs. Ola Kate Pace of is home from the and doing nicely. Seed for Thought: My tis of thee. Advisors Open House The Grantville Library Board will hold an on Thursday, 15 from 2-6 p.m. library's 9th Refreshments will be invit- to attend. The Grantville Public ' is located in the City complex at 123 Street. more information Center's community room in the City Hall Complex. Meals will also be delivered to the home- bound. The dinner is free to those over 60 and mem- bership at the Center is not required. If you, or someone you know, over the age of 60 would like a hot Thanksgiving meal deliv- ered, call the Grantville Senior Center at 770- 583-2706. nnvat tmoto IMPRESSIVE - The stage at the Hogansville Senior Center recently underwent a new Grantville Day Eyed There will be a meeting  of the Grantvflle Business & Merchants Association on Tuesday, November 13 at 6 p.m. in the Community Room at City Hall. We will be dis- cussing plans for our upcom- ing Grantville Day 150th Anniversary celebration (to be held June 8, 2002). All res- idents and business owners of Grantville are invited to attend and get involved. For more information call 770-583-2712. INO NISS00 [] Auo LoAn [3 Fo Evy  or CREDIt.. You NEED: 1, $1SO0 o= loz a0ratY tacont 2. $ ItOaTff, el CelllZlff lO! 3, Dttvtll ]klCEISI APR ss LOW SS 6.25% 1-088-SM-MDE ,,mll, Uali gW: And Your Approval Is On The Way! SUV's-Trucks-Vans-Cars 1000 te 2001 Ul|ell ill #te-inBecll nd t, otlltl , ,uly lzwis D)kge ,v,,nan 770 251-1337 enoCh'  mtal G ( llrrtaed paint job. Ann Knighton and Yvonne Hay did a fantastic job redoing it. Deacon of the Week: Jim Campbell. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Clyde Burks, Howard Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Evelyn Arnold, Freda Kelley, Donny Faulkner, David Shearouse, Marcellite Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Bruce Lee, Susie Crum, Tom Flournoy, Francis Trimeloni, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Lou Palmer, Lucile Wilson, Eddie Shell and Mae Foster. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the family of Marine Argo Cranston at her recent death. The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was, "Great and Wgnderful God," includes  O Lord', :w Wonderful and Bigger than Any Mountain. While our pastor was on vacation, Dr. Billy Burks preached for us both servic- es November 3. His Sunday morning message was "The Position of Almighty Christ" (Revelation 3: 20-21). The World Day of Prayer at Rockridge was November 5. VCe had our monthly fam- ily night supper, General WMU, etc. at the church November 7. Our church will tour the Georgia Baptist Children's Home at Palmetto November 10. Call the church office, 637- 8731 anytime and make reservations. They will leave the church at 10 a.m. and return around 3 p.m. Happy birthday in November to: Macy Foster and Madison Foster on the 1st, Beth Maxwell on the 6th, Carlos Whatley on the 8th, Chris Campbell on the 12th, Sondra Lee on the 14th, Jack Williams on the 17th, Jeffrey Braswell on the 18th and Johnny Stone on the 29th. Congratulations to Joe Travis upon his recent retire- ment from Kroger in LaGrange and Myriam Turbyfield upon her retire- ment October 31 after 17 years and nine months with Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute ofRehabilitation at Warm Springs. The Heatherwood Baptist Church in Newnan is the host church of a "Coweta County Area Wide Ladies Prayer Meeting" November 10 (10- 12 noon). The Georgia Baptist Hospital Day Offering is November 11. The Georgia Baptist Convention will be in Macon November 11-12. Welcome new member: Susie Dial. The Hogansville First Baptist Church Adult Choir will host a reception for Myriarn Turbyfield Sunday night, November 11 at 8 p.m. in the church fellowship hag. This is in honor of her recent retirement from RWSIR. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets at the church November 12. The Hogansville Ministerial Association will have a Thanksgiving service at our church on Tuesday night, November 20 at 7 p.m. Several area churches will be participating, our church choir will furnish the music and Rev. Sarah Parker, Ebenezer Presbyterian Church pastor will preach. Rev. and Mrs. Bob (Ruth) Harris will have a video pres- entation and give us a report on their mission trip to Peru. Rev. Harris spent over 20 years as a sionary there. Sat. Nov. 10th 10 AM 300 E. 3rd St. West Point, GA Personal & Real Property of Mr. & Mrs. T. E, Willis. REAL ESTATE: This 2 Story House is Situated on a Large Comer Lot With 1500 Sq. Ft. _+. Upstairs, w/Partially Finished Basemen Format Lwng oom & Oining Room, Large Kitchen w/Separate Breakfast Room. 2 Bedrooms, 2 Freptaces 2 Bay Garage, Large Laundry Room Downstairs. Central Heat & Air. Atttc Fan Hardwood Floors. Call For Appointment For Private Showing or Attend Our Open House on Sunday October 28 2-4 and November 4 2-4. Terms: 1' Down D/of At>n, with $2,500 in Ca or certified L,rd Balance Due @ c- :j within 30 dais. 7% Buyer's Premium PARTIAL LISTING: FURNrrURE: Mahogany Empire Library Tabie Oak Mssor Table Jacobear Console Table Round Oak Table, Window Tables Ornate Upho s!ered Chars & Sofas Cable Piano, Uprigh! Piano. Vintage Console Admiral Radios. Wi,qdso! Beakfast Set Soda Founlair Set, 195Os Oak Bedroom Sets. Table Lamps, Pole Lamps. V,mage Oa Desk & Crair, Ornat( Oak Pump Organ, Singer Treadle Sewing Machine Ceoar Crest ro Lawr Furnure CHINA & COLLECTIBLES: KPM Royal Ivory China Rosevile Pottery Pink & Greer Depression Glass, MU China, Turquois Retro re, Steding Pe,',,es Abn China Rdsse Wrg Onnerware, Stoneware, Aluminum Ware, Cast Iron, Kitchen Coitecti0les Advertising Memorabilia. Linens, Vintage Quilts. Radios. Pipes, Toys, Coin Operated Ristaucrate 45 RPM Phone.graph Snappel Lawn MOwer -Yard Tools, Platform Seals, SPORTING GOODS: wncester MOD 20 - 410 GA, MOO 1906 - 22 CAL,, MOD 12- 16 GA, Goff & Fishing Gear - 100s of Bails. Hogan OireClor Clubs w/Michelobe Bag, VEHICLES: '85 Cadillac Fteetwood ougham 58840 Mi L '73 Ford F- 100 Pick Up. Terms: Cash, Visa/MC. Good Checks. 10% Buyer's Premium ANNE'S ESTATE AU(TIONS FLO'S TR ADING POST - 123 West Main Street- Manchester- (706) 846-3620 Handguns Shotguns Rifles Famous brand such as Mossberg, Remington, W'mchester, Taurus, Ruger, Beretta and Clock to name a fe. Check with us for pricing on your favorite home defense firemans. Let us spedal order tlmt one.f- kind rifle or Imndgtm, if it's not already here. ii i !, i'i . i