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PAGE 8 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2000 OUT THESE JOBS ,.z Machinest w/lathe Excellent Pay ,z CNC Machine Operator ,/Mechanical Assembly ,/Welder ,/Inspection ,/Travel Agents - Will Train Must know city codes ,/Auto Cad - Drafter $17-$22/hr. J" Insurance Agents " Forklift Drivers CH, SE ST kFFING 20 Baker Rd., Suite 10 Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax 770-252-2421 www.jobs @ chasestaffing.com No : : : i : '{ii : ii; :: ii :,  i : '::::::)i :: i:! ::i i:: ::i i i:: ::!::!: : .......... :;: ::::; : : : : !:::i:,':'::i:,:!: :::::::::::::::::::: ::i: 7 :, ::i:::! i!: : i ::: : :: NrstB ii i ii0000!i iiiiiii!!i00i!iiiii00iiiiiiiiiili!ill Thirteen of our children and youth went to Twin Fountains Nursing Home and sang songs from their musical, gave out donat- ed items and Christmas cards to the residents there Thursday night, December 7th. On December 8th, a total of 24 of them with others accompanying them attended a musical at Smyrna. The Agape Sunday School Class had their Christmas party Saturday night, December 9th with a covered-dish supper at the home of Howell and Nadine Spradlin with nine attending. Enjoying the evening of food, fun and Christian fellowship were Jim Campbell, Rev. Harold and Belle Willis, Bill and Ellen Davis, Myriam Turbyfield, Patti Phillips, and the host/hostess, Howell and Nadine Spradlin. Scripture of the day is: Luke 1:26-35, 38; and Luke 1:18-21. The name Jesus means "the Lord saves." The Adult Choir Christmas party is December 16 in Moreland at the home of Rev. Ron and Connie Howard. "Jhn I rams o son at Parkway Mitsubishi, Inc. Problem The children's Sunday School party is December 22nd at the church. Deacon of the Week: Jim Campbell. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Louise Wilson, Press Miller, Mozelle Dial, C.E. Stevenson, Howard Willis, Reid Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Opal Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Swanson, Evelyn Arnold, Grady Hamilton, Mary Hamilton, Wanda Immbert, Freda Kelley, Bobbie Williams, Tina Edmondson, Wendy Irvin, H.B. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cottingham, Mary Jo Keith and Fred Frady. Welcome new members: Macy Foster and Madison Foster. Poinsettias have been placed in the church sanctuary in honor of or in memory of. Sunday morning's children's sermon was given by Ellen Davis. We had a testimony Sunday morning by Evelyn Spivey. The Children/Youth Choir sang for the morning special music, "His Name Is Jesus," with soloist Alyson Lee. This selection was from "The Plane Truth About Christmas" that they performed in the 7:00 p.m. service. A recep- tion was held in their honor imme- diately following in the church fel- lowship hall. Worship with the Word Sunday morning was by Sarah Palmer (Colossians 21:25-29). Our Christian sympathy is extended to the family of Avis Hammond at her recent death. L o cat e i'iii:jiiii C o r mth Hours: Friday 10:00 A. M. - 6:00 P. M. Saturday 10:00 A. M.- 6:00 P. M. Sunday 12:00 P. M. - 6:00 P. M. pill# s Utility Trailers (Order To Your Satisfaction) IMi00 Pictures Eagles Swags All Types and Shapes Of Ceramics Good-Good Prices -Worth The Drive i If you would like to volunteer to deliver a children's sermon on Sunday morning, please contact Sarah Palmer. Rev. Harold Willis' sermon Sunday morning began a series about the great words of Christmas, beginning with the word "Glory." The title and text of the message were as follows, "Glory to God in the highest" (Luke 2:8-14). We were happy to have many guests with us at church on Sunday. The Adult Choir will present their Christmas Cantata, "Glorious Joy",on Sunday night, December 17 at 7:00 [. lic is cordially invited to atteng If you don't have a home, we would invite, and worship with us Hogansville First Baptist located at 500 East Main We have activities for group. May this season of inspiration fill your heart with peace and joy. Happy anniversary goes out to the following couple: Mr. and Mrs. Jerome (Vianne) Nails on their 14th on December 12. We wish them many, many more! Our belated sympathy goes out to the families of Mrs. Ollie B. Fitten of Hogansville and Mrs. Eloise Mathews of the St. Marks Community in their deaths. Rest in peace. Get well wishes go out to Mrs. Joann Clements Williams of the Zion Hill Community who under- went surgery at Emory Peachtree Regiona ! Hospital in Newnan last week. Birthday greetings go out to: Shaketha Addie, daughter of Ms. Evelyn Addie, Mr. Alfred "Zeke" Bohannon, Jr., Ms. Cynthia Clark, LaKeisha Shante Clemons, Ashley Ellison, Contessa Amey, Mrs. Lucille Colton, James Freeman, Jr., Mr. William J. Griffin, Mr. Joe Henry Hardaway, Ms. Melinda Faye Heard, Mrs. Gwendolyn Jackson, wife of Rev. LoWinston Jackson, Mrs. Heidi E. Johnson, Monica Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Velma) Mitchell, Mr. J.D. Miller, Jr., Mr. Boras Rosser, Mr. Kervin Griffin, :'Reginald Lamar Culpepper, II, grandson of Mrs. Annette Culpepper, Mrs. Gladys Jarvis Head, Mr. Henri Rosser, Ms. Lisa Rosser, Annie Pearl Sewell, Sewell daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (Wanda) Tigner, Michelle Andre Rosser and Mr. Re Stevens. Let us continue to pray f our sick and shut-ins: Mrs. Dewayne Beasley, Jones, Mr John Henry Mrs. Eura Mae Sewell and: Mary Strozim: Seed for Thought: Only Prince of Peace can brin peace. 00l;eorgia Rains Creating lperatmns for Tree Plam.h00g Georgia Rains Creating Good Conditions for Tree Planting Increasing rains throughout Georgia are creating a statewide improvement in con- ditions for planting tree seedlings, according to the (Isaiah 9:6-7) For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Fathe rce of Peace. Of the increase of his government and peace there will be no end. He will reign on David's throne and over his kingdom, establishing and upholding it with justice and righteousness from that time on and forever. The zeal of the Lord Almighty will accom- plish this. The holidays are upon us once again. Christmas is not about just the hustle and bustle of shopping, parties, banquets, and the like. Christmas, Christ mas is the cel- ebration of the birth of Jesus Christ to a lowly maiden, a young virgin called Mary, who was espoused to Joseph the Carpenter from Nazareth. As was foretold in the scriptures, he was born in Bethlehem of Judea. He is Immanuel, "God With Us." And also is called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father and Prince of Peace. On that cold night 2000 years ago, God sent mankind the great- est gift of all, his Son Jesus Christ. During these next few days and leading up to when Christians cel- ebrate Christmas Day on December 25, be ever mindful of truly why we celebrate by never forgetting that Jesus Christ is the reason for the season. Let us remember also to keep Christ in Christmas! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Georgia Forestry Commission. GFC officials said the pro- longed Georgia drought has now been alleviated by enough rain to create "very good tree planting conditions in many parts of the state and a collec- tive improvement in conditions for the entire state." The Georgia Forestry Commission is expecting a rapid increase in seedling sales throughout the state due to the current increase in rain with forecasts anticipating still more wet weather as the state's usually rainy season approach- es. GFC nursery supervisors said there is currently an ample supply of seedlings, but this supply is expected to sell quick- ly as planting conditions con- tinue to improve. The current nventory of GFC seedlings includes supplies of slash and loblolly pines, as well as numer- ous species of hardwoods. Planting for slash and loblolly can begin as early as mid November. Hardwoods, howev- er, should be planted in January and February. Commission officials emphasized that GFC improved pine seedlings are grown from certified seed carefully select- ed and developed for each geo- graphic region of Georgia. For further information or to pur- chase GFC seedlings in your /.area contact your local Forestry Commission call 1-800-GA TREES. First Christmas Cantana By Patti Phillips The Adult Choir of Hogansville First Church will present their al Christmas Cantata night, December 17, Joy" in the church Featured soloists are: Sondra Lee. Rev. Ron Howard, and Campbell. Performance 7:00 p.m. Giving the will be Rev. Harold tor of Hogansville First Church, located at 500 Main Street. Mrs. Campbell is music The Hogansville Baptist Church Adult extends a cordial everyone to attend. ROqNIN O II HUNTINGTON THE BUTTONDOWN YOU'RE HUNTING FOR. TWILL SUPER NATURALS SHIRT 100% cotton micro-sanded twill. Full, active cut with action back. Oversized flapped chest pockets with inverted center pleats. 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