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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 13, 2003 PAGE 5-A Educators Legislator The Troup County Retired Educators met Oct. 23 with approxi- r 50 members and guests in atten- New members Martha Bonner, Jane Brenda Hart and Marty Young recognized. A special guest speaker, Rep. Vance explained his work in the legisla- discussed the budget and the ;s for introduction and passage of He then entertained questions from  audience and issued an invitation to group to visit the Capitol during the t session. Recruitment of new members is on- and all retired educators are to attend the next meeting at a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20 at the Country Club. Sequita principal of Mountville School will speak. PROFITABLE IDEA- Knickerbockers came to Hogansville Elementary School to take pictures for a fundraiser for the PTO. They raised $600 through the event. Thanks to the parents who helped with this event. Joseph Neese is pictured above. p mm mm mm mm m m m mm m mm m mm m m m m mm mm mm m mm m m mm mm I u I N m APPLICATION m m HOGANSVlLLE CHRISTMAS PARADE I | 2003 | I I ! Name of Organization: ! ! Organization Contacts:l. ! I Address: ! I ! ! Home Phone: ! I I Work Phone: I ! m 2. ! m Address: l m ! n Home Phone: ! I Work Phone: I I I I I I Circle Entry Type: Float Vehicle Only Youth/Marching I m Band People/Animals Adult/Marching I I ! I ! I ! I Please give a brief description of entry below. This is the description that will be used on ! i TV33. Reasonable precaution will be taken to protect your dscription. However, descrip- ! I tions will be provided to news media on Tuesday before the parade. I I , I The Helen/Clarksville Trip was Oct. 31 - 1 with those attending: Harold and Belle Willis, and Marguerite hens; Marie Hines, Otwell and Lynn -Deacon of the week is Joe (Nov. 2) As you pray, remember Tillman, Lucile Wilson, Powers, Estelle Linda Staley Hill, Garner, Frank Wendy Irvin, Broussard, Lucy Clara Byrd, Patsy fie, Robert Reason 1 Ruth Harris. Our Christian sympathy to the families of [er Bryan, Vern Leonard (Doc) Frank McWaters, Ruth Smith at their deaths. World Day of Prayer at was Nov. 3. Children's Time: Jim )bell. Afterwards, the of Allegiance to the Flag was recited >bell and Casey .,. This was during the 9 maYmgmorship,hour., ,Betz./2apntex ,Col, 1 m't'Nowl7 ".," : "" ': The Adult Choir special Sunday morning, Nov. "Still Feeling Fine." We had our annual Firemans Appreciation Day at our church Nov. 9 at the morning service. We were happy to have Chief Jerry Heard and his family; Captain Gene Hogg and his family and others with Hillcrest, Hogansville and Mountville Fire Stations, as well as the Harrisonville Volunteers join us. Capt. Hogg introduced the firemen and their families and made a few brief com- ments. We also recognized Bob Irvin, a church member who leads the volunteer fire- men. As Veterans Day is Tuesday, Nov. 11, our pastor recognized our veterans, and widows of, and said a prayer for them. Welcome new member Patricia Partch. Rev. Harold Willis' ser- mon Sunday morning was "The Provfder" from Psalm 23. The congregation recited with him. The 182nd annual Session of the Georgia Baptist Convention was Nov. 10-11 at the Columbus Civic Center. Operation Christmas Shoeboxesare due Nov. 16. They will be dedicated that mornfiagand delivered to the collection center in Newnan on the following Monday. The Hogansville ! ! I ! m ! m ! Ministerial Association is sponsoring a community- wide Thanksgiving service at Grace Covenant Church Nov. 25 at 7 p.m. Our pastor will bring the message. The fifth Sunday night song service that would be Nov. 30, sponsored by the Hogansville Ministerial Association will not be held. However, our church plans on having a song service that night at 7:15. The Lottie Moon Christmas Banquet is Wednesday, Dec. 3 at 6:30 p.m. This is a covered-dish meal. Our pastor, Rev. Willis, will be the speaker and tell of his Jamaica Missions Trip. We will have a Greening of the Church Service on Sunday, Dec. 7, at the 7:15 p.m. service. Congratulations to Andrea Otwell on winning first place for her booth at the Hogansville Hummingbird Festival. Happy Birthday to Beth Maxwell, Nov. 6; Joycie Brown, Nov. 7; Carlos Whatley, Nov. 8; Chris Campbell, Nov. 12; Sondra Lee, Nov. 14; Andrea Otwell, Nov. 26; Leon Merrill, Nov. 28; and Johnny Stone, Nov. 29. Happy Wedding Anniversary Nov. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown. ! I ! ! ! ! I ! I Return this applicatiori to: Mrs. Toni Striblin atRoger's BBQ in Hogansvillo ! ! Call: 637-4959 or 637-4100 Fax:637-4114 ! I i ! ! it. m in minn iiimummmmiiuitil Congratulations to senior Derrick Stepp, son of Brenda Stepp and Melvin Stepp of Grantville, who graduated from Navy Basic Training in Great Lakes, Ill last Thursday. Happy Anniversary toes out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Barren (Angela) Burston on their 12th on Nov. 16; and Mr. and Mrs. Orlando (Kimberly) Rogers on their 10th on Nov. 13. We wish them many more. Our belated sympathy goes to the family of Walter Scott Harris of St. Marks in his death. May he rest in peace. Happy birthday wishes go out to Hattie Mae Berry, mother of Mary Hines, in memory of James Albert Burston, in memory of Lucille S. Atchinson Roblyn Colton, Tamekiff A/ford( granddaughter of Eva Mae Clark, Dl: Jessie Kate Black, Leon Buchannan ,III, Rev. John R. Brown, James (Annie Ruth) Clements, in memory of Natasha Clemens, Calvin Ellis, Sonja D. Freeman, Nehemia Freeman, grandson of Robert and Loretta Freeman, Demetries Lashaun Harris,' Oscar Goolsby II, son of Marvene R. Goolsby, Darron Hamilton, Sharon H. Ford, in memory of Arlene Hardaway, Sheronda Hines, Angelita Lynn, Mickie Miller, Larry McCambry, Rev. Charles Patterson, J. C. McLaughlin, granddaughter of Annette R. Glanton, and Martha Jean Willoby. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks, invites everyone to their Ushers Anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 16 at the morn- ing service at 11 a.m. Guest speaker Sequita Freeman, pastor of Louise United Methodist Church. The pub- lic is invited. Rev. Nathale WalthaU is the pastor. Happy Anniversary wish- es go to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thomas Johnson, Kimberly Henry (Lizzie) Johnson, who Phillips, Britney Mitchell and Regina Sewell, daughters of the late Angela Sewell, Lena Mae Strozier, Reggie Rutledge, John Buhba Rutledge Jr., Kelvin Sewell, Trina ell Shields, daugh- ter of Willie Mae Harden, in will be celebrating their $Tth wedding anniverwy on Nov. 10 and Mr. and Mrs. Reginald (Kimherly) Stevens on their 4th on Nov. 7. We wish them many more. Happy birthday wishes go to Robert Brown, in mere- memory of Horace Lee ory of Virginia erson, in Barley, ' m .... emo of: mii0ryofgolmBlack,' Clarence McCambry Jr., inmemoryofEvelynBlalock, Dewayne Ward, Edmond Angela M. Burston and to Ward, EuQuita Williams, EugeltisBlount. Fired Up About Helping You could say that Eddie Barentine has a burning need to help people. It's something that is reflected in his life's work - and also shines through in many other ways. Eddie has been a physical therapy aide at West Georgia Health System for more than 20 years. It's a job that allows him to give hands-on help to people. But the way that he cares for others goes far beyond his work. Eddie has not only been a member of the Durand Volunteer Fire Department since 1977 - he's been chief of that department for more years than he can remember. But his commitment doesn't stop there. He also helps cook and serve each year at two barbecue tim&raisers - to benefit the fire department and the United Methodist Church of Durand. Eddie Barentine is a shining example of strength, caring and commitment to community and country. We're proud to have him light the way as a member of our team. WEST GEORGIA HEALTH SYSTEM One health system. All the care you need. I514 Vernon Road / [.aGrange, Georgia / (706) 882-1411 / www.wghs,org