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PAGE 2 THE LINCOLN JOURNAL, Lincolnton, Georgia - November 15, 2012 THE LINCOLN JOURNAL, Lincolnton, Georgia - November 15, 2012 PAGE 3 Community Calendar Obituaries William Estes Hogan variety salad bar, Texas toast, deli- Lions Club meeting cious homemade dessert and iced The Lincolnton Lions Club meets tea beginning at 7 p.m. at 5:30 p.m. the second Thursday of Enjoy a delicious home cooked Mr. William Estes "Billy" Ho- years, Joyce W. Hogan; a son, Dr. Call Ken Reed or Kenneth Reed each month at The Lincoln County meal every Wednesday night begin- gan, 64, of Morningside Drive, en- William E. Hogan and wife, Dr. Library. Call Jim Butler at 706-359- ning at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday dining tered into rest on Sunday, Novem- Laura Ann Hogan of Findlay, Ohio; 2422 Double Branches Road ber 4, 2012 at University Hospital a daughter, Jana Hogan Turner and Business: (706) 359-1431 Lincolnton, GA 30817 4114 or Sharon Bryan at 706-359- menu changes weekly. McDuffie. husband, James E. Turner of Lin- 1258for more information. For more information call 706- 359-3445. Funeral services were held at 4 colnton; two brothers, Thomas B. OPEN FOR BUSINESS AA meeting Dial-A-Prayer line p.m. on Thursday, November 8, at Hogan, III of Greenville, S.C. and There is an Alcoholics Anony- Lincolnton Baptist Church with Joseph M. Hogan of Lincolnton; Faith Tabernacle Outreach Minis- Rev. Dan Rosser officiating. Inter- along with four grandchildren: Bri- mous/Al Anon meeting being held JOHNSON’S tries offers a Dial-A-Prayer line. If ment followed in New Hope Bap- anna Hogan, Brice Hogan, Logan each Tuesday Saturday at 7:30 p.m. you or someone you know is in need at the old Leah Fire Dept station tist Church Cemetery and Morgan Lynn Turner. of prayer please call 706-359-1638 Mr. Hogan was the son of the across from Pair of Jacks on Wash- and we will pray with you and for PAINT & BODY ington Rd. in Leah Georgia. you. Prayer lines are available Mon. - Fri., 2-4 p.m. late Thomas B. Hogan, Jr. and the late Dorothy Estes Hogan. He was Serving as pallbearers were Glen Houston, Joseph Hogan, William 1805 Hephzibah Church Road • Lincolnton, Georgia 30817 Bible study Wed., Sun. a lifelong resident of Lincolnton, a Beck Hogan, Ben Fortson, Bob 1966 graduate of Lincolnton High Norman, and Lyle Kelly, Jr. Honor- 706-359-2600 Blessed Hope Ministry invites the public to join them Wednesdays at 7 Donations needed Silver Lining Foundation of School, and a 1970 graduate of ary pallbearers were Alex McGee, Over 40 years Experience – All work guaranteed! – Allen Johnson, owner Newberry Missionary Baptist the University of Georgia. He was Charles Beggs, Eddie Turner, Lee p.m. and Sundays at 6 p.m. for bible formerly involved with the Lin- Church, a foundation that provides Moss, Walker Norman, Johnny study, prayer, fellowship and focus coln County Historical Society in financial assistance to help cover Spratlin, Bruce Beggs, and Ernie Licensed in Ga. & S.C. Free Inspections on families. Call 706-359-6759 for the establishment of the Historical travel and meals for patients that are Doss. more information. Wengrow’s Pest Control Masons to meet being treated for cancer, is in need of financial support. Please consider Park as well as with the Lincoln- ton-Lincoln County Development Please visit www.beggsfuneral- home.net to sign the guestbook. making a pledge of $2 - $5 per Authority. Beggs Funeral Home, Lincolnton, The Lincolnton Masonic Lodge “Locally Owned and Operated” 354 holds its regular meeting os month or any other amount will be Survivors include his wife of 42 was in charge of arrangements. the third Thursday of every month. greaatly appreciated. Please make P.O. Box 840 Dinner is served at 6:30 with the checks payable to Silver Lining Tree of Remembrance will Lincolnton, GA 30817 meeting starting at 7:30. Cancer Foundation, c/o Newberry Andy Wengrow Contributions needed Missionary Baptist Church, P.O. Box 173, Lincolnton, GA 30817. shine a light for loved ones 359-1453 Cell No. 706-401-9597 The Lincoln County Food Pan- Cookbook available The Lincoln County Histori- Lincoln Journal each week. try welcomes contributions. Your cal Society is honored to spon- The members of the Lincoln donations are tax deductible. You Heavenly Manna Vol. II, a cook- sor the Tree of Remembrance for County Historical Society extend a St Paul United Methodist Church may mail your contributions to: The Lincoln County Food Pantry, P.O. book compiled by the members of Double Branches Baptist Church, 2012. The lighting of the tree will take place on December 1st dur- heartfelt “Thank you” for your par- ticipation and support of the Tree of invites you to an evening service Box 473, Lincolnton, GA 30817. is on sale at the Lincoln County Library for $10 each. Cookbooks ing the Holidays in Olde Lincoln Remembrance. This is a wonderful Towne Festival and will remain lit way to publicly honoring, remem- of praise and worship in song Prayer line open may also be purchased by calling throughout the Christmas season. bering or thanking a special loved Solomon Pool offers and open Emily Strozier at 359-4292. The tree which is located at the cor- one, family member, teacher or ner of Main and Peachtree Streets Annete prayer line on Tuesday and Friday mentor. All donations will be used from 9 a.m. until 12 noon. The toll has been donated and maintained for the maintenance and preserva- Friday night bingo by Commercial Insurance Services tion of the Historical Park. free number is 877-579-7407 or 706-359-7407. Pastor Peggy W. Play Bingo at American Legion and Ingram Family Landscaping. Herndon Zellars is pastor Cookbook avail. Post 194 on Fridays at 7:30 p.m. Enjoy a variety of goodies at the Snack Bar operated by the Ladies The tree honors Mr. and Mrs. Ben B. Ross, Mr. Talmadge Reed and the late Kathleen Reed. Thanksgiving in concert A Lincoln County Historical Soci- Auxiliary during Bingo. Special A light “In Honor” or “In Memo- dinner will be ety cookbook will make the perfect Bingo games are also played. Come ry” of can be placed on the Remem- Southern gift for the brides in your family. out and see if you are lucky enough brance Tree for $1 donation per served Nov. 22 The cookbooks not only have great to win the Jackpot. name. Registers for the names are Gospel recipes but also a brief history of Midway cookbook displayed at the following locations: Several local churches are host- ing the “Third Annual Turkey ‘n’ Annette Herndon owner of “My Rapha Music” and singer- the Lincoln County landmarks that Lincolnton City Hall, City Phar- Blessings” from noon until 2 p.m. Midway UMC ‘s “Midway to macy, Crawford-Breazeale Drug song writer with “Grapevine Records” of Nashville, have been moved into the park at The Lincoln Center Thanksgiv- and restored. The money from the Heaven” cookbook is now available Co., Farmers State Bank, Farmers Tennessee will be at St. Paul United Methodist Church. ing Day (November 22). cookbooks will be used to maintain from Tommie Henderson (Hender- and Merchants Bank, Goldman and The menu features turkey, corn- our Historical Park. Get your copy son Logging); Brenda Danner Mc- Wengrow and Jericho Florist. In ad- bread dressing, sweet potato casse- at Crawford and Breazeale Drug Gahee (tag office); in Washington dition, registers will be available on role, green beans, bread, and pecan Sunday, November 18 Store. from Betty Sue Bunch (REA) or Linda Anthony (706-678-7616). November 17th at Pioneer Days at the Historical Park. Also, requests pie. Concert will be in the main sanctuary of the church. Bible study Last year, 400 people attended the at 6 p.m. In addition to recipes group pho- can be mailed to Mrs. Laura Sprat- event. No admission charge. A love oﬀering will be taken You are invited to a Community tos from 1930, 1950’s, 1964, 1999 lin, P. O. Box 463, Lincolnton, GA Transportation is available. For more information contact Herbert Bailey, Jr. Bible Study each Thursday Night at and church history data are included. 30817. Names will be listed in the In addition to the tasty feast, there Lincolnton Church of Christ, 1832 Makes a wonderful gift. $15. at 706-401-3940. will also be children’s activities Highway 220 W. Family, friends service and plenty of warm fellowship Mission trip fundraiser Dinner served White Rock Baptist Church will for individuals and families in St. Paul United Methodist Church Frankie Nicole Porter, art teach- host its annual Family and Friends the community, who are without Every Friday at is steak night at er at Lincoln County Elementary Worship Service Sun., Nov. 18 at Thanksgiving plans and would like 3235 Thomson Highway American Legion Post 194. Menu School, will be going on a mission 3:30 p.m. Rev. Curtis Raines and an inviting atmosphere in which to Lincolnton, Georgia includes a generous portion of steak, trip to Kenya in December. In order New Pilgrim Baptist Church and share a holiday meal. baked potato, shrimp cocktail, large to raise enough money to go, she Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Macon, To encourage a more communal is selling original prints and paint- Ga., will be in charge of the service. gathering, the event will be dine- ings. To learn more about the mis- Dinner will be served and the public in only. No reservations are neces- is invited to come out and share in Family Care Group of Lincolnton NOW OPEN sion trip and to view items she has for sale visit www.sendmetokenya. the fellowship. sary. However, meals will be delivered Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8 am–5 pm Wed 8 am-Noon com. to those with mobility issues. Ar- Concert at New Hope rangements may be made by call- Family and friends day New Hope Baptist Church in- ing the Lincolnton United Method- Family and Friends Day will be vites the public to a special Sunday ist Church Office at 706-359-4339 held at Mt. Zion Baptist Church evening Bluegrass Gospel Con- on or before Friday, November 16. Nov. 18 at 3 p.m. Rev. Perriman of cert Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. with Cricket Lincolnton UMC and the other New Patients Ebenezer Baptist Church will be in Ridge. No admission charge, a love churches sponsoring the festivities offering will be taken. New Hope Welcome! charge of the service. Dinner will be served. The public is invited and is located at 5350 Hwy. 220 E, Lin- will also be delivering meals to the Lincoln County Law Enforcement bring a friend. Rev. Robert Craw- colnton. Center, the Lincoln County Office ford is pastor. Evening of praise of Emergency Services, and so True Friend Church will have an forth. Friendly Local Faces providing Quality Herndon at St. Paul evening of praise and worship Sat., Those in the community who wish Healthcare for you and your entire family. Annette Herndon will be in concert Nov. 24 at 4 p.m. Musical groups to help support this ministry may at St. Paul United Methodist Church, from Lincolnton and surrounding drop off donations at Lincolnton 3235 Thomson Hwy., Sun., Nov. 18 at cities will be ministering through UMC, First Assembly of God, Our Services Include: 6 p.m. No admission will be charged songs. Rev. Daravious Cullars is City Hall, the Lincoln County Tax *Acute Care for the Common Illness but a love offering will be taken. For pastor. Commissioner’s Office, the Hud- *Long term chronic disease management more information please contact Her- dle House, and the office of Dr. *Health check-ups for Children bert Bailey, Jr. at 706-401-3940. Ministry anniversary Gregory Griffin. *Immunizations for Children and Adults Tabernacle Baptist Church will Moreover, anyone wishing to vol- *Wellness Exams for Women including Pastor anniversary celebrate its Beautification Minis- unteer to help with the Turkey ‘n’ Gynecology Exams and Pap Smears Parks Grove F.B.H. Church will try’s second anniversary on Sun., Blessings may contact Lincolnton *Physical Exams celebrate Pastor Tonita Cody’s 14th Dec. 2 at 3 p.m. Rev. Ray Pilgrim UMC at the number listed above. *Full Service Laboratory anniversary on Sun., Nov. 18, 3 p.m. at and St. Vaughnville Baptist Church *DOT Physicals will be in charge of the service. The Lincoln Center. Pastor Kimberly City Leverett of Washington, Ga., will be The public is invited. Rev. Ray C. special guest. Everyone is invited. Lewis is pastor. Bible study Evening of fellowship The community is invited to at- You are invited to a Community Bible Study each Thursday Night at Pharmacy Daryl Wiley, MD is a tend an “Evening of Fellowship” Sun., Dec. 2, 3 p.m. at True Fel- Lincolnton Church of Christ, 1832 Highway 220 W. 114 Main St. Board Certified Family Physician who has been serving the Ekta Patel, MD Board Certified lowship Pentecostal Church. Guest speaker will be Beverly Ware of Flu shots available Lincolnton Thomson and Lincolnton area for over 20 years. Family Practice Lincolnton. The Lincoln County Health De- 359-3618 partment will begin administering Commission meetings influenza vaccine on September NOW OPEN “Our mission at Family Care Group is to The Planning Commission meet- 11, 2012, every Monday-Friday, provide you and your family with Quality Located at 123 N. Washington St. ings for the remainder of 2012 will 8: 00 – 4:00 PM. The charges UNTIL 5 P.M. Healthcare in a patient centered, Lincolnton be held at 5:30 p.m. in our confer- ence room of the Planning & Zoning are $35.00 for flu mist and $25.00 ON WEDNESDAYS. for injectable flu vaccine. These Dept. on the following date Dec. professional, and caring manner. Our Call or visit us today. 10. charges can be billed to Medicaid, Medicare Part B and any supple- We accept Physicians and Staff pledge to treat you Choir anniversary mental insurance (a copy of card most insurance 706-359-6070 is required), United Health Care like one of our Family. “ First Baptist Church Gospel Choir will celebrate its anniversary Nov. 18 State, Cigna State, Blue Cross/ plans. Blue Shield and UHC Medicare We offer the at 2 p.m. All area choirs are invited. Direct. Please call (706) 359-3154 For more information visit our website at www.familycaregroup.net Rev. Dennis Quinn is pastor. lowest prices! for more information.
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