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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 2003 PAGE 3-A i&apos;) / :/ ii:;!i I  i DONATION- Hogansville Elementary School Media Center was honored a special presentation from Mr. John Thompson and Coach Sonny Cummings. lese gentlemen visited the school and presented two books to the school library memory of Coach Cummings' mother, Mrs. Bernice Cummings. The books, If Take a Mouse to School and The Giving Tree will be greatly enjoyed by stu- at Hogansville Elementary. We take the problem out of shoppingjbr that man in your life. Area s largest and most complete Truck and Auto Accessory Store. Gift Certif cates Layaways to Learn Ballroom Dancing? ['he Troup County Recreation will sponsor a new class of Ballroom/Social dance lessons for nights in LaGrange, start- 5 at 6:30 p.m. Learn foxtrot, rumba, swing and slaw dance. Pre- stration is necessary - call (706) 884-5857 Meeting Set for Dec. 11 ansville Elementary School will have meeting/program on Dec. 11 at 6 p.m. will also be a Choral Program on Dec. 1:30 p.m. Center Will Be Busy Senior Center will be open until noon 24, then closed Thursday and Friday 2hristmas. trip to the candy factory will be on Dec. 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. 17 will be blood pressure and blood checks. s and Wednesdays come join us .xercise, walking and games. 18 will feature bingo and holiday ingo, quilting and Christmas music will 23. Industrial Road in Hogansville, invite you and your family to come worship with us. Sunday school begins at 10 a.m., worship serv- ices at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., and Wednesday services start at 7 p.m. Our Senior Saints, mens, ladies and youth groups offer a wonderful opportunity for fel- lowship and service to the Lord. We are an independent full gospel church. Be sure to watch for "Lenny's Club House," a puppet ministry presented by one of our members, Tim Stapp, in the Hogansville Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 6. This will be a delightful treat for all the children. Bible verse of the week: Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. Psalm 119:105 'Naomi and Segos' Perform Primrose United Methodist, north of Greenville, in the Primrose community, is proud to host Naomi and The Segos in con- cert, Friday evening, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. The t on Dec. 3kgar: is part of their outreach ministry and nber birthday members, the first in their Living GospelLegends series. Classes Offered Willoughby, a member of the Senior Center, will be teaching class in the new year. If you would learning to make baskets or a bottom in a chair, please call the Center at 637-6606 and sign up for the ses. have quilters that would be glad to you to quilt. Just call the Center and time they will be there. Center Opens Doors Calhoun and the members Worship Center, located at 515 The concert is free to the public and a love offering will be taken to help defray the cost of the production. Christmas Dance Planned The Moonlight and the Magnolia Ballroom Dance Clubs will hold a joint Christmas Dance on December 12 at the Callaway Auditorium on Dallis Street in LaGrange from 8:00 - 11:00 p.m. with the Lou Vallee Band. Dress is "coat and tie/dressy" and visitor COUPLES are wel- come - $20.00 per couple. Enjoy swing, slow dance, foxtrot, waltz, rumba, cha-cha, tango and more! For information on the dance or ballroom dance lessons call (706) 637-9295 or (706) 884-5857. 11 the week is Huell Stephens. the sick, shut-ins and prayer. was by Beth Maxwell. 'he adult choir special music Sunday was "Where The Sdul Never Dies." a song service at our church that Harold Willis' morning message was to God What He Is" with a text of 22:15-22 (chiefly vs. 21). Week of Prayer for International and the Lottie Moon Christmas is Nov. 30 - Dec. 7. That all peoples may know Him follow God's purpose. We had our annual Lottie Moon Banquet, a covered- dish meal last night (Dec. 3) with our pastor speaking on his Jamaica Mission Trip and giving information about the 5200 International Missionaries that our church helps to support. We will have the annual Greening of the Church Dec. 7 at 7:15 p.m. "His Very Own Star" will be presented by the adult choir Dec. 21 at the 11 a.m. serv- ice. A Watchnight Service will be here t our church Dec. 31 at 7 p.m. Special Ex )ress Lunch Menu Mon. thru Fri.. Extensive "To.Go" Menu d 4 Leeson Hale and Mrs. Kenneth (A) 5 Murry Hanner 6 Cain Barlice Hunt Doris Howell Huell Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Harper (A) Verna Reynolds (M) Dec. 7 Carolyn Watson Juanita Cardin Lacey Brooks Worthy coming lunches Elementary. Dec. 8 sandwich, cole slaw, fries, pickle spear, milk Dec. 9 macaroniand blackeye peas, corn- pineapple slices, of milk Wednesday, Dec. 10 Hot dog, cole slaw, french fries, fruit, choice of milk Thursday, Dec. 11 Turkey and dressing with giblet gravy, cranberry sauce, seasoned green beans, sweet potatoes, school baked beans, choice of milk Friday, Dec. 12 Manager's Choice Lucille Brock Megan Howell Rae Moore Trae Thompson Dec. 8 Andrea Spradlin Jane Hubbard Joshua Chipman Marquerite Stephens Tommie Coggin Dec. 9 Aaron Barnett Alexander E Rich Joseph Neese Kavin Stephens Marie Johnson Robin Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Walt Craven (A) Dec. 10 Debbie Staley Jim Askew Kalea Johnson Makayla Reyes EG. Marcirfiak (M) Starlight Tree Now On Display; Still Time to Honor Loved Ones The Starlight Tree is now on display on Main Street in the park. If you would like to place a bell on the tree in honor of someone or in memory of someone please call Nell Estes at 637-6440. Bells are $10 for one name on one bell, or $15 for two names on one bell. Proceeds from the sale of the bells are used for the Hogansville Empty Stocking Fund. Names of "In Memory Of" bells are: Nedra & Glen Williamson, by theii" children and grandchil- dren; Bobby Higgins, by Evelyn, children and grandchildren; Velma and Grady Higgins, by their chil- dren and grandchildren; Mr. and Mrs. Willie Laster, by their fami- ly; Trenton Richardson, by Sammy and Joyce Richardson; Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Meadows, by Nancy Meadows and Ann Arringhm: Mr, and Mr (;tad,. "v,> !-.. /ch' family; Mr. and Mrs. WA[ Williamson, by Mabel and Johnny Williamson; Edward Bruce, by Mary Bruce; Frank Crawford, by Pilot 'Club. Mr. alld Mrs. I,onnie Strickland, by Ralph and Sybil Gaddy; Wade Gaddy, by Ralph and Sybil Gaddy mtd l,ois Spcnce; Don Spence, by Lois Spence and Ralph and Sybil Gaddy; Glenn Estes. by Nell Estes, Renee Coggin, by Morn and Dad; Martha Cousins, by G reen Bough Garden Club; Eugene Crocker, by Homemakers Club; Brent Williamson, by Shirley and Roger Williamson; Mi and Mrs. G.L. Fomby, by Larry and Helen Fomby. Don Weiher, by ,John and Stephanie Weiher; Arthur and Mary Smith, with love, Nancy Smith; Judy Smith Raine3, with love, Nancy Smith; Milmie Ruth Wood, by Craig, Sheila, and Monica Simpson; Michael Bailey, by Elaine Carr; Rick Ramos, by Elaine Carr; Nicholas Barrett, by Elaine Carr; Lendon Spires, by Renee and David Kelley; Monroe Hawkins, by Renee Kelley. 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