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HOGANSVILI HOME N Ew5 - T! ![il ;I):',v, Nov EMB ER 16, 2000 PAGE 5 I i   GREAT WORK - Jr. Achievement Classes were taught to Mrs. Hicks' second grade extension classes and Mrs. Wearden's fifth grade extension classes at Hogansville Elementary School October 2-12. Classes were taught in five sessions by Joycie Brown and Nancy Berry of the Council, BellSouth Telephone Pioneers. Second graders studied the relationship of and business within their community. Those participating from the second grade Were: Patrick Reilly, River Staley, Brianna Smith, Jasmine Thrash, Meagan Sharp, Bubba McKeehan, Anna Howington, DeShae Gates, Camille Cutwright, Brenique Cameron, Katie ,addy, Tecorius Sasser, Kristie Rosser, Antron Tigner, Destiny Nails, Jesse Haynes, Drew Shane O'Neal, Dequlius Wilkey, Anna Hammett, Tiffany Daniel, KaNeisha Russell, Anna Jasmine Franklin, Dayhous Bright, Megan Allen, Raven Evans, D'Coreous Glanton, Jackson, Jacob Bonner, Terrell Daniels,. Dustin Morris, Sequoyah Russell, Amber Johns, Michael Bowen, David Freiberg, JaQuincia Cameron, Caleb Drake, Courtney Jackson, Markeshia Robinson, Marina Wilkerson, Scotty Law, Patrick Williamson, Marquis Terrell, Jacob Jonathan Steele, Jen'nie Tinley, Joshua Cook, Daxx McGhee, Emanuel Vidal, Brittney Danny Wade, and Tyler Gay. i ...... 'i " ..... : ! ii{ I  GROUP EFFORT- Fifth graders in Jr. Achievement Classes studied the expansion of their nation. Those participating in the fifth grade were: Andrew Barber, Tamara Barnes, Danielle Bowen, Josh Cox, Amber Freeman, LaKeisha Gates, Nick Hatcher, Tarell Hines, Cynthia Jones, Jerry Leatherman, Jakila Moss, Brandon Myers, LaTiffany Phillips, Jake Stephens, Joe Tanner, Ashley Tigner, Patrick Veal, Carmen Wheelus, Christen Wheelus, Brittany Zachary, Heather Adams, Josh Aldridge, Jeffery Coleman, Brittany Ector, Wayne Fomby, Dillon Gamble, llasey Floumoy, Eli Jackson, Hashawonn Leslie, Christopher Mathern, Joey McCard, Anjanette cDowell, Matthew Moedl, Keegan Montgomery, Chris O'Neal, JaQuita Seaborn, Brittany Smith, Tacarious Tigner, Kevin Tiller, Mara Zachary, Joey Harper, Josh Bonnet, Natalie Brown, Ashley Bullock, Lacy Chapman, Andrian Cotton, Michelle Driver, Jonathan Green, Jason Hooten, JaMichael Hopson, Justin Lynch, DeMario McDowell, Kasey McWhorter, Kevin Pike, Bianca Price, Katie Purgason, Andrew Shaw, Justin Smith, Laura Stitcher, Kimberly Thompson, Kenya Tigner, Jackie Wade, and Drew Williamson. Baptist Women Mark World Day By Patti Phillips The Western Baptist Association WMU World Day Of Prayer was an event of November 6, 2000 at Rockridge Baptist Assembly of Franklin, Georgia with this year's Theme being "GOD CARRIES ME ON TO GREATER HEIGHTS." There were 124 present, including eight representing Hogansville First Baptist Church: Helen Stephens, Lillian Howell, Patti Phillips, Mavis Garrett, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Rev. Harold and Belle Willis and Dr. Billy Burks. Upon arrival, everyone reg- istered and received a name tag to fill out and wear. Assisting with registration was Mavis Garrett. Flower vases decorat- ed tables by Franklin First Baptist Church. Ruth Harris played the Prelude on the Piano. Welcome & Announcements were given by Vera Adair. The opening hymn was, "I Stand Amazed in the Presence." Betty Eason led the group in the 2000-2001 WMU WATCH- WORD: "Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us, to Him be glory...for ever and ever! Amen" Ephesians 3:20-21 NIV Th e Prayer Calendar & Call to Prayer were led by Mary Anne Emeott reading from Genesis 4:16 and giving the day's Prayer focus of: People with AIDS & HIV. Many ladies placed candles on a birthday cake, including Patti Phillips and Belle Willis. They were lit and group sang "Happy Birthday." LaVerne Blankenship reported on Why We Observe the World Day of Prayer. She read the scripture Psalm 46:10 and Betty Eason did the Roll Call before the group sang, "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name." This was followed by Offertory Prayer & Offertory. The Prayer for offering was by, Sara Jane Skinner. Betty Stapler Prayed for Asia & other needs in other areas. Also for North America and continents. LaVerne Blankenship read a Prayer about Women. She then gave an Introduction of the Speaker. "People Need The Lord" was a Solo that was rendered by, Eric Walls. Rev. Dan Dockery, Associational Missionary to Carrollton for the past 18 months since April 1999 and Former Missionary to Liberia, West Africa presented the pro- gram. He was a Missionary Journeyman that read from Joshua 14:6 and following. Rev. Dockery spoke on Caleb. Caleb was truly a man of Faith. 1. His Faith never wavered. 2. He had an attitude that never changed- every day we're one step closer to the promised land and 3. He had a vision that never dimmed. Caleb wanted what God had promised. Because of this, he climbed mountains. All of us everyday are on mission for God. God did great things through Caleb. Dr. Billy Burks, Associational Missionary for the Western Baptist Association gave the Blessing & Benediction before a Salad lunch was served. Schools Holding Variety of Events The Mr. and Ms. CHS Pageant will be held at Callaway High School on Thursday, November 16 at 7:00 p.m. Cannon Street Elementary School will have a PTO meeting and 4th grade production on Thursday, November 16 at 6:30 p.m. They will also have a Book Fair on this date. Hillcrest Elementary School will have a 2nd and 3rd grade Thanksgiving program and Fro meeting on Thursday, November 16 at 7:00 p.m. Berta Weathersbee Elementary School will have an Open House with a production and spaghetti supper on Thursday, November 16 from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. Empty Stocking Taking Applicants The Hogansville Pilot Club is now taking applications for the Empty Stocking Fund. Applications will be taken November 20th and 27th at the Hogansville Recreation Department from 5:30 to 6:00. Please contact the following for further details: Donna Arnold 637-5504 or 637-4436; Elaine Carr 637-4201 (days) or 637-8566. Library Expanding {)fferings Idane Cheatham Gottshall I-Iogansville Public Library to expand its collec- for all age groups. Our Librarian Sandra Lowe, adults. poems Glenn An amazing, mature Young title new to our library has its finger on the pulse city high school. characters and plot are to you, the reader, poems. These are not silliness. These are provocative prose, which have you turning the page. As a parent or as a stu- dent this book has something to say to YOU! Laura Li, the most popular girl in school, has emi- grated from China with her fam- ily and she has something to hide. You don't find out until the end. Read it for yourself and decide. In this year of election, how important is our education system to you? Blueprint by Charlotte Kerner Are you one of a kind? Are you a twin? Are you a clone? This book loosely set in the next thousand years is about a German concert pianist and composer, Iris Sellin, who finds herself at the age of thirty with MS. She has no family, except a mother with whom she is not close. She reads about cloning and sets things in motion to con- vince a Canadian doctor to allow her to be his human experiment in cloning. The book is written in diary form from the per- spective of the cloned daughter, or is she a twin? It is a terrify- hag journey into the possibili- ties. What if we could do this? Would you really want to be a clone? Do you have an identity? Whose identity is it then? Government control? The ques- tions are endless. "The book Blueprint is an argument." A 'Happy Birthday' All of These Neighbors number of Hogansville are observing birth- anniversaries. November 16 Howington, Dr. Leverett, Kelly Jo Ren6 Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell, anniversary. November 17 Jack Williams, Mark Sinns, Patricia Askew. November 18 Alyce Allen, Jeffery Braswell, Lamar Moore, Will Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sinns, anniversar-y. November 19 Dylan Johnson, Fannie Allen. November 20 Alan Resendez, Cathy Noles, Craig Shermon, Dianne Carter, John White, Robert L. Y, arbrough, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy WiUiamson, anniversary. November 21 Baylee Starling, Bobbie Dorrough, Donnie Richardson, Doug Spradlin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlisle, anniversary. November 22 Carolyn Davis, Dee Dee Williamson Coyne, Myra Duffey, Terrie Vaughn. Hogansville Public Library is open from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, on Thursday from 10!00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Saturday mornings from 9:00 a.m. until 12 noon. MANAGEMENT $80 PLUS PER YEAR Expansion has us in a bind ! We're opening new offices monthly. Sales management experience helpful but training is provided for the right individuals. Profit sharing and insurance available. Call Sabrina @ 770-252-1929. (E.O.E.) It's-Tim e fo r 00inter Q