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January 9, 2003

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3-A HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - THURSDAY JAN. 9 2003 By Bryan Geter MY FAVORITE SINGER - Odessa Kent of Hogansville chats with her favorite gospel singer, Michael Combs, during a recent concert at Hoofer's Gospel barn in LaGrange. S By Bryan Geter INGINGINTHE NEW YEAR - Tammy Brazil of Hogansville cele- brated the new year at the piano at her church, Bethel Chapel in a G r a n g e. Rmy played sang several .gospel songs dur- the Watch- Service. By Bryan Geter SANTA, I'VE BEEN A GOOD GIRL - Natalie Gray (R) tells Santa Claus what she wants for Christmas during the lunch- eon held recently at the Luthersville Complex. Doris Smith looks on. 00,ft By Bryan Geter LET'S SING AND BE MERRY - Cynthia. BUrns (L) and Hannah Smith enjoy singing SOme Christmas songs for those at the e still Christmas dinner. asville - i By Bryan Geter JUST WHAT I WANTED - Eddrick Copeland, sixth grader at Manchester Middle School, opens his Christmas pres- ent from his mentor, Bryan Geter, and liked what he saw. obert" 00oun0000auroom Dance Set for .00riday :these The Moonlight Ballroom 2rimeaee Club of LaGrange and ,e Troup County Parks and p.m. Music will be provided by the IBM Band. Suggested swing, rumba, cha-cha, tango and more! ec Department will sponsor attire is casual. For information or direc-  dance on Friday, January Visitor couples are wel- tions to the monthly dances III, 2003, at the Callaway come - $15.00 per couple, or for ballroom dance lesson uditorium on Dallis Street, Enjoy traditional dance information, call (706) 884- a .... IGrange, from8:00-11:00 music: waltz, foxtrot, shag, 5857. t tUp" nomy,[i ]i ;) 884- onday Chicken fillet sandwich, _!ttuce and tomato, waffle {,])!is, fruit, animal crackers, hOiee of milk. disor-Tuesday :urred Country fried steak, mingsrmed potatoes, English 23, of #anuary 8 was Lisa Calhoun, Tony y con- atter, Wendy Hawk. rAve. sing a anuary 9 being ,,Ielsey Wessinger, Patti llli lips, Roy C. Burdette, d Aldri ge, Tony Foust. peas, hot roll, chilled fruit cocktail, choice of milk. Wednesday Pizza, tossed salad, corn on the cob, fruit juice bar, choice of milk. Thursday Beef vegetabie soup, January 10 Angle Ray, Frankie Fuller, Geneva Maxwell, Joey Katter, Shelly Prescott. January 11 Catherine Johnson, H.C. Brock, Harley Hall. January 12 toasted cheese sandwich, saltines, orange half, choice of milk. Taco salad, lettuce, toma- to, cheese, whole kernel corn, banana bread, choice of milk. John Cook, Winzenz Surowic. January 13 David Martin, Noah Saunders, Samatha McGhee. January 14 Edward Laster, Everett Duffey, Munyana Colton. Mountville Methodist Women Enjoy Meeting for December By KATHY ROGERS Mountville United Methodist Women met December 9 at the home of Reverend Dane and Marty Wagner. Members present included Clara Andrews, Joan Fincher, Gayla Jones, Lisa Mitchell, Nancy Newsome, Kathy Rogers, Helen Thrash, Mac Towns and Alma Wood, all of Mountville, and Marty Wagner and her mother, Betty Smythe of Moreland, and Wagner's sister Jo Reed of Jasper. Also, Dane Wagner of Moreland and George Andrews of Mountville. President Alma Wood opened the meeting with the poem "Heart Gifts," and a prayer. Lisa Mitchell presented the Secretary's Report, and Gayla Jones presented the Treasurer's Report. The meeting was turned over to Reverend Dane Wagner, who presented the program: "Women of Jesus' Life and Ministry." Wagner began by explain- ing that he had prepared a list of nine women compiled from scriptural, early church, and theological research sources. Wagner stressed that although a disparity of women existed during Jesus' time, Jesus himself involved women in his life and min- istry. He referred to John 8:36, "So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed." The "You" in this scripture refers to everyone. The nine women in the list included: Joanna, Martha, Mary, moth- er of Jesus, Mary, wife of Clopas, Mary of Bethany, Mary, mother of Mark, Mary Magdalene, Salome, and Susanna. These women were dis- cussed in depth. Jesus' min- istry was dependent on the support of these women. They were central to the life of Jesus and played a signif- icant part in His ministry. President Wood adjourned the meeting. Wagner served refresh- ments to the group. Announcement was made that the next meeting will be held at the Mountville United Methodist Church on January 13. The Mountville UMW will have a planning meeting in preparation for the New Year. Open Houses, Evening Symphony o On Tap at Varmus Troup Schools A variety of activities are coming up at various Troup schools. LaGrange High School will have Open House on January 14th at 6:00 p.m. West Side Magnet School will have an evening sym- phony on January 14th at 6:30 p.m. Troup County School System will be closed on Monday, January 20th in observance of the MLK Birthday Holiday. Callaway High School will have a Fro Meeting/Open House on January 23rd at 5:30 p.m. Unity Elementary School will have a PTO Meeting/Family Reading Night at 5:00 p.m. Troup High School will have PTO/Open House n January 27th at 6:00 p.m. LaGrange High School will have their Mr. & Mrs. LHS on January 30th at 7:00 p.m. POOL TOURNAMENT $100.00 Cash---lst place ND & 3RD PLACE PRIZES THUlkSDAY, JANUARY 23RD 's 19655 HWY 27 Pine Mountain 1 w-ry $5.00 ENTRY FEE  663-9900 Want Your Tax Money In As Little As 24 Hours? 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