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+ :,% ,5 ,+' '+' I+ ; + MILESTONE - Dr. Bruce Head, former resident of 4ogansville, celebrated his 94th birthday recently at Assistance Living in Rainbow City, Alabama. L. Bryan Marries ey Carl Wheelus, II The parents of Tonya L. Bryan and Stanley Carl Wheelus, are pleased to announce their marriage. The wedding took on August 11 at the Grand Wisteria Plantation in The bride is the daughter of Charles and Becky Bryan Greenville and the granddaughter of Ms. Eleanor James Greenville, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber McCoy of Greenville and and Mrs. Edward Bryan of Warm Springs. The groom is the son of Stanley and Fredene Wheelus of ansville and Susan and Garnett McColtum of Valley, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Tidwell and the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wheelus of Tonya is a 1994 graduate of Greenville High School, served L the U.S. Navy for five years and is currently a student at State University in Columbus. Carl is a 1993 grad- of Greenville High School, served in the U.S. Army Guard for six years and is currently employed by in Newnan. 5: ) Tonya L. Bryan and Stanley Carl Wheelus, Ii 'Christmas Child' Project Ret wns By Patti Phillips The Hogansville First Baptist Church is participat- ing again this year in Operation Christmas Child, a ministry of Samaritan's Purse, whose President is Rev. Franklin Graham and son of Dr. and Mrs. Billy Graham Samaritan's Purse is a nonprofit Christian relief and evangelism organization. Shoe boxes were distrib- uted by several ladies October 7 after the morning worship hour and also at Betty Carpenter Circle meet- ing October 8. They must be returned to the church no later than November 18. A video was shown Sunday night telling about this ministry and stated the shoe boxes will go all around the world, including the Balkans, Macedonia and Solomon Islands, South Pacific. Also to Honduras, Kosova, Romania, Jordan, Vietnam, Bosnia and Lebanon. They are distributed to schools, hospitals and orphanages. Four million shoe boxes will be distributed in 85 countries by planes, ships and any available mode of transportation. This is a unique opportu- nity to share the gospel over- seas and to show God's love to these children who this filled shoe box is the only gift they will receive. And Christian literature is included in the boy or girl's language with each shoe bow What a wonderful missions opportunity to share the real meaning of Christmas, the birth of Jesus. This worthy cause is a church-wide project spon- sored by the WMU. If you haven't already done so, pick up your shoe box, fill it with needed items and $5 or more for ship- ping/handling costs made payable to Samaritan's Purse. Checks please - no cash. Gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Place check with envelope on top and place a rubber band around the box and lid. And if you'd like, you may enclose a note to the child receiving your shoe box and a photo of your- self or your family. Include your name and address. The child receiving it may write to you. Shoe boxes can be filled for a boy or a girl ages 2-4, 5- 9 or 10-14. Items that may be included are: toys: small cars, balls, dolls, stuffed animals, plastic kazoos, harmonicas, yo-yos, small Etch-A-Sketch, toys that light up or make noise (with extra batteries), Slinky, etc.; school supplies; pens, pencils and sharpeners, crayons or markers, stamps and ink pad sets, coloring books, writing pads or paper, solar calculators, etc.; hygiene items: toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, comb, wash- cloth, etc.; other: hard candy, lollipops, mints, gum, sun- glasses, flashlights with extra batteries, ball caps, socks, T-shirts, toy jewelry, hair clips, watches, small pic- ture books, etc. If you would like a shoe box to fill for a child and return to Hogansville First Baptist Church by Sunday,- November 18 or more infor- mation, contact Mavis Garrett or any WMU mem- ber or call the church office at 637-8731. INO HAssnJE] 0 AuTo Loan [3 Y2eJ! ppun! Fo,  'E oF .mrr.. You NEED: 1. $HI| ol loft JOITJLY ICOIt 2, 6 lOll'iS OJf CUlt[IT JOI 3. DIIVnl l, lctllt APR ss ov ss 6.25% I-8$$-$M-MDE And Your Approval Is On The Way! SUV's-Trucks-Vans-Cars 1111 II 2111 BIIItll Andy Lewis Dodge - New.m- 770251-137 mnn, (ned 60ptvt'd JOIN KITCHENAID =N THE FIGHT000000ms00 BREAST CANCER ACT NOW DAN.RIC HOMES "Building for gout future" - 100% FINANCING AVAILABLE HOME ARE IG COMPTE , ON YOUR Lk\\;'D ' IN 0t C0E llE 2 Den Potential 2,070 . ft. Under Roof SF'ILIT LEVEL jom $49,11,o MO. P&I W_OUDL / Moen FLxtures / Cultured Marble Vani W Tops i ,/10 Year RWC Warranty ,/Auto Garage Door Openers /Over 1 P : : / Garden Tubs CALL ANGELA PACE TODAY! For a FREE Consultatio and/r FREE Pre'QualcatJn! www.danric.com pacea@danric.com 2i39 Greenville Road LaGrange Sizes up to in stock. V