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HOGANSVILLE HOtE NEWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 14, 2002 PAGE 5-A BUILDING BONDS AND BRAINS- River Staley and his dad Derek, along with broth- er Hunter at family reading night at Hogansvilte Elementary. GOOD TIME - Tyrell Tigner and Janice Stins0n are shown enjoying an Arthur book together at family reading night on October 28. WMU Holds November Meeting By PATTI PHILLIPS The General WMU of the Hogansville First Baptist Church met there for their monthly meeting Wednesday night, November 6th with Helen Stephens, Lillian Howell, Joyce Williams, Mavis Phillips, Patti Phillips and Belle Willis attending. Call to Prayer: Lfllian Howell; Opening Prayer: Helen Stephens. She then read the minutes. Treasurer's Report: IAllian Howell. The ladies voted to give $100 to Lottie Moon. WMU ladies will decorate for Christmas banquet December 3rd. The banquet will be December 4th. Teresa Miller will speak on Tibet. There will be no Thanksgiving fruit baskets this year. The member ladies will send Thanksgiving cards to shut-ins of our church. Shoe boxes are due November 21st. The ladies were remind- ed of the Betty Carpenter Circle Monday, November 11. The hostesses will be Lillian Howell and Joyce Williams. The program about pas- sions "Denise Bronaugh: Making Missions Fun" was presented by Joyce Williams. • Article told about Denise's "passion, which is missions. Joyce Williams gave the Call to Prayer, which was on prayer. The prayer focus was Kabyle of North Africa. She read the names/places of service of missionaries hav- ing a birthday November 6th. The Closing Prayer was by Mavis Phillips. Joyce Williams then gave many suggestions for proj- ects. Several Events Coming Up at Antioch Several events will be hosted by Antioch Baptist Church during the month of November. On Saturday, November 23rd a church- wide Thanksgiving dinner and singing with The Good News Trio will be held. Dinner is at 6:00; singing is at 7:30. Call for dinner reser- ver_ions. Sunday, November 24th will be Old Fashioned Day with combined Sunday School at I0:00 with the Good News Trio and at II:00 more special singing with Good News and guest preacher Dr. Bill Perry. Dr. Perry and the Good News Trio will both be in the 6:00 service. On Monday, November 25th there will be a special Jubilee Service with special singing by the Antioch Choir and great preaching by Dr. Perry. Ihesday, November 26th will be a Candlelight Service with a special time of testi- mony and praise for God's blessings. For more information or reservations for dinner call the'church at 637 6625. There will be no Wednesday night services. Times Announced for City's Empty Stocking Campaign Times have been announced for the Hogansville Empty Stocking Fund Sign-up. Times include: Tuesday, November 19th 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, November 20th 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, November 26th 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Signups will be held at the Hogansville Recreation Department on Church Street - Hogansville Please bring proof of income. For more information, please call Lori Drake at 637-9930 t I I Ill Illllllll I ' I'l t I Ilflll It ' 'llrll I ] I UIIIIII Illlllllll lit lilt J Wednesday, November 2Oth @ lOAM Manchester, GA 1127 Warm Springs Hwy. - 50' x 1OO' commercial building - Possibly sold as an ongoing business!! Excellent visibility and location. 104, 106 & 108 E. Main Street - Commercial Buildings in the heart of town. Lots of potential, excellent location. 11OO W. Main Street - 4.8 Acres and 27,000 Sq. Ft. Building - all utili- ties, ready to operate, Equipment - Auto Equiprnent related to Owner's Business & Miscellaneous Farm Equiprnent. Owner is liquidating - don't miss this auction opportunity! Terms for the sale are 25+ down on the day of the sale with the balance due on or before 30 days A Buyers Pter'nium will be charged on this sale. Call our office !rliOQ.EMPY or visit www,.d@mgooyuAl#om for complete sale inforrTation irIcluding plats and showing times. Call Us By Name ff JWAIIDy P.O. Box 1341 Toll Free  tlcl[i )n 302 West Third St. 1-800-Oempsey L.  Rome, GA 30162 706-291-0746 . ). webaite Ray Oempsey - Lynn Dempsey - Lou Dempsey www.dempjauctiona.c0m Fresh News I LARRY RICH NISSAN Larry Rich Nissan Declares NlIMIlIILqlWl$1 You E 8Era i.vo twOPIA WA T J PX: We have the ability to do loans that other dealerships can't, so even if you've been declined by other stores in the past- #era try us! HAVE AN ANSWEI IN 30 MINUTESI" "in most instances. *Pictures are for illustration purposes only. You're Invited to Our GRAND OPENING Saturday, November 16, 2002 Live all the day, o/mr l$. Celebrating November as National Hospice Month THE VISTACARE DIFFERENCE Open AccessSpecialized Care • THE KEY IS ELIGIBILITY: A prognosis ot"6 l- months or less if the disease runs its normal ' course and the desire of the patient to utilize I ' hospice care. I I • All patients eligible fi)r hospice care will be i admitted and cared for regardless of the complexity of their needs. [ • Care managed by specially trained Registered Nurses. , • Caregiver not required. • "Do-Not-Resuscitate" NOT required. • Home Health Aides • Social Services • Licensed Professional C, mnscl,r ,)n Staff • Spiritual Care (Three Chaplains on Staff) • Bereavement Support (Three Certified Bereavement Fa:ilitators). • Medicare/Medicaid Certified/State Licensed. • Serving Georgia and Alabama HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE PROVIDED IN HOME, NURSING HOMES, ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES VISTAcARE 850 Brookstone Centre Parkway Suite 200 Columbus, Georgia 31904 . . Call T__y!oda _ 706 653 0835 or 1 800 873-2629 Open House lO:OOam- 5:00pm 'J Official Ribbon Cutting 5:00 Join us as we celebrate the opening of'our new fine art gallery  i ' ....... in Warm Springs! Register for door prizes all day. Buy a raffle tie ./ ° * ° ° ° * • • ii to wm a framed Thomas Kmkade hmted edison archival pnnt " VicWrin Chtitrs 1II, benefiting the World Children's een'r; 1 Featuring the a Thomas Kinkade, G. Harvey, Larry Dyke, Nancy Glazier, Cao Yong, Howard lkhrens, and other fine artists. A L L E R Y On the corner of spring street and Broad Sb'eet in Warm Springs. 1-800-616,.1457 • Fax 706-655-2630 • www.spfinb'eetart.c1