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January 10, 2002

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61 Industrial Road. Hogansville (706) 637-6263 New Hours: I 7- 6. Sat. 7- 51 .% NoaJ tin. .vere! Binso atchei Phillips Baptist Stays Busy covered-dish supper and Christian fellowship were enjoyed by those present: Lewis, Mavis and Pattie shut- Phillips, Carl and Etta bereaved inprayer. Bennett, Jim and Lynn in Lights" at Campbeli, Kenneth and Susie Gardens was Dial, Ken and Marie Hines, Monday night, Andrea Otwell, Lanny and 17 by a group of Carol Braswell, Rev. Harold from our church and Belle Willis, Evelyn them riding through Spivey, Sondra Lee, Alyson van. Enjoying Lee and Stuart Lee. evening were: Rev. Worship with the Word and Belle Willis, Jim was Responsive Reading Lynn Campbell, Drew #679 "Birth" that was led by Kathy Yarbrough, Kendra Palmer. Lee, Stuart Lee and The Adult choir present- Philpot. ed their Christmas Cantata Adult Choir of our during the December 23 Christmas Party was Morning Worship Hour of 11 21st at the home a.m., "Christmas - I Love to and Mrs. Joe Lee. A Tell the Story" with soloists Observe Anniversary and Mrs. Charles Edwin Robinson, of Ellenwood, formerly of Hogansville, announce their 50th The couple were married December 22, 1951. Robinson is the former Margie Andrews. The couple at a reception at the Heritage Hills Baptist Conyers, Georgia on December 22, 2001. Margie Charles have two children, Andrea Breg of Canon, Reverend Barry Robinson of Zimbabwe Africa. , Robinsons have three grandsons and one granddaugh- Jim Campbell and Sondra Lee. Narration was by Rev. Harold Willis. Music Director is Mrs. Lynn Campbell. Sound Technician was Alyson Lee. Choir Members presenting this year's Christmas Cantata were: Mavis Garrett, sondra Lee, Andrea Otwell, Marie Hines, Belle Willis, Susie Dial, Etta Bennett, Evelyn Spivey, Carol Braswell, Beth Maxwell, Patti Phillips, Tony Maxwell, Jim Campbell and Rev. Harold Willis. SPECIAL Adhesive GLUES14s 28 Oz. Tube Charles "Robie" Robinson has been a barber for over years and has been a barber for Robie's Hair Style Salon -Iighway 78 for more than 25 years. He has cut the hair aany celebrities; Phil Niekro, Brett Buffer, a heroine on of the soap operas and Joe Rogers, St. of the Waffle Use Chain. He also cut many Tomahawks in the baseball 'ers' heads representing the braves. One funny incident happened when Robie was cutting :tt Butler's (the baseball player) hair. He did not know he was and everybody in the shop was ecstatic. When was finished Brett gave him a tip and asked if he liked eball. Robie told him that he watched it on "IV but did not io the games. After he had left one of the girls who worked him said, 'q'hat was Brett Buffer, the baseball player, you it?" reply was "The only Buffer that I know was, Rhett he played in Gone With the Wind." you can imaging with laughter. years oldand working as steady as always. ; son, Barry, will be 49 years old in January and is a mis- tin Zimbabwe. His daughter, Andrea, is an office man- Robie is still involved with the church as a deacon at Hills Baptist Church in Conyers. Loci Ann Collier Will Wed  Derrell Reid llie ' ss Co r to V,ea Reid on Jan. 12 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Collier and Mr. and Marion Holcomb of announce the of their daugh- Lori Ann Collier, to Derrell Reid, son of and Mrs. Bobby Reid of The wedding will take at 3 p.m. Janu0ry 12 at tville Baptist Church. ily and friends are [ited. No invitations are rn-g marled. IT he bride-to-be is the ddaughter of Mrs. e Newell of LaGrange s. Claud Collier of 'lchester. She is a gradu- ate of Colquitt County High School Valdosta State University and Abraham Baldwin College. She is employed as a fam- ily independence case man- age H with Meriwether County Department of Family and Children servic- es. The future groom is a graduate of Troup High School and West Georgia Technical College where he was a member of the National Vocational Technical Honor Society. He is employed as a firefighter/EMT with the Troup County Fire Department. Now PRE-LEASlNG 201-A & ; 01 -B GRANITE ST., H( ,3AN$ 'ILLE i *Sorry, No adjustments on previously purchased merchandise. VISIT US ON THE INTERNET AT www.man.com LAGRANGE * WEST LAFAYETTE SQUARE * CALL TOU.-I=REE 1-800-894-0828 STORE HOURS MON-FRI 10AM-7PM, SAT 10AM-7PM, SUN I-6PM . FREE GIFT WRAP GOLDEN BONUS 10% DISCOUNT EVERY TUESDAY 2-Bedroom Luxury Apartments Energy Efficient with Central Heat and Air, Single Car Garage. Private Deck, Refrigerator & Stove in Each Unit. - Available February 2002- Built by JET Management. Call Now to Reserve Your Apartment 706-637-8999 or Toll Free 1-866-226-8683 or make an application at ASKEW-LASATER REALTY 401 E. Main St., Hogansville YOUR i MANSOU TERCARD, DISCOVER OR AMERICAN EXPRESS i