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HOGANSVIIk,E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, DEC. 5, 2002 PAGE 7-A 7 )N TO REMEMBER-Cowboys football team U-12, kneeling, left to fight, Evans Johnson, Antonio Hines, Phillips, Earnest Harper, Austin Thompson, Michael Boswell; second row, left to right Drew Williamson, Law, Michael Mullinks, Anthony Hodo, Joshua Boyd, Tharius Tigner;, third row, left to fight, Jeremy Zachary, McWhorter, Taylor Hams, Stefon Gates; back row, left to fight, coaches Sylvester Zachery, Tony Williamson, Keyson and Chris McWhorter. Not pictured, Joshua Allen, Pierre Cameron, Brandon Cole, Marquis Colton, Dean, Antione Dorsey, James Keith and Jimmy Sorrow. JOB- Cowboys cheerleading squad, first row, left to fight, Pagie Hamngton, Kerigan Beasley, Maiya Tiffany Hewett; second row, left to right, Sidney Smith, Deanna Wood, Britney Bonner, Summer Allen, Daniel; third row, left to right, advisor Angela Wood, Jordan Douglas, Shakeela Cousin, Brittney Welborn, Williamson and advisor Lisa Hewett. Not pictured, Shanese Florence, Jasmine Franklin and Lindsay The Hogansville listerial Association spon- d a Thanksgiving serv- [hesday night, November Ebenezer Presbyterian irch. The churches com- d their choirs and the spe- music was "We Will Give nks!" Bringing the mes- was Rev. Alex Itgomery, who is the new :or at Trinity Worship ter, 1420 Bass Cross d. 16, carol sing will be on our tt steps Sunday night, ember 15 at 6:15 p.m. 6A the Adult Choir presents ir Christmas Cantata, "A g Was Born at istmas," a Musical .brating the Birth of the siah, by Tom Fettke on m day morning, December t 11:00 a.m. under the *ction of Mrs. Lynn cPbell. Narrator is us Fowler and soloists are Joycie Brown, Sondra Lee, Jim Campbell and Andrea Otwell. If you don have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Phillips and Patti attended the 13th annual Grandparents Day Program at Grace Christian Academy "Sing a Song All Year Leng" on November 23. Meredith Rhodes was a participant in sixth, seventh and eighth grade singing Pass It On and America the Beautiful. Meredith, a sixth grader, was one of five singers featured on America the Beautiful. Deacon of the Week: Huell Stephens (December 1). Remember the sick, shut- ins and bereaved in prayer. 2ongrations to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ceda) Levell of Grantville on the recent h of their son, Kameren Lee, born 'ember 21st and weighing 7 pounds, 13 es. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and ;. Wendell (Charlone) King of Grantville: !ernal great-grandparents are Mr. and T Willie James (Vita) Sewell of Grantville. 'Dur belated sympathy goes out to the faro- of Shannon Blount, Mrs. Maude Emory ey and Mr. Richard Melvin Pace in their as. God knows your grief and bears your DW. tappy anniversary goes out to the fol- ng couples: Mr. and Mrs. Allen (Hazel) son on their 25th on December 3rd; Mr. Mrs. Ailen (Sherry) Grady on their 8th )ecember Sth and Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. lson, II on December 8th. We wish them y, many more! We're sorry to report that Mr. Rufus d, Sr. of Grantville isa patient at Kindale 9ital of Atlanta. Also, Mrs. Bertha Colton t. Marks is a patient at Columbus Medical er. We wish them a speedy recovery! , surprise birthday party was held for Linda Bohannon at the Moreland entary School last Saturday evening. ratulations on her 50th birthday, Worship With The Word: Responsive Reading #678 "Advent" led by Rev. Harold Willis. The Adult Choir special music December 1 in the morning was Song of the Magi, See the Star Appear and They Have Seen the Star. This is a selection from our cantata. Rev. Harold W"fllis began a Christmas series on December in the morning service with "Christmas: A Star and a Scepter" with a text of Numbers 24: 15-17. That night, we had the Hangings of the Greens. The Lottie Moon Christmas Banquet was December 4 at the church with Mrs. Theresa Miller speaking on Tibet. On Sunday, January 5th, our church is hosting a Seder service. More details at a later date. Happy birthday in December to: Huell Stephens on the 6th, Marguerite Stephens on the 8th, Carol BrasweU and Jane Bozeman on the 11th, Dena Stephens on the 16th, Mary Hamilton on the 18th, Joyce Williams on the 25th and Sarah Palmer on the 30th. Happy wedding anniver- sary in December to: Rev. and Mrs. Ron Howard on the 1st, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hines on the 4th, Mr. and Mrs. Press Miller on the 15th and Mr. and Mrs. Skeet Ellington on the 24th. December 1. Hope you have many,, many more! Birthday greetings go out to: Ms. Linda Bohannon, in memory of Mrs. Annie Lee Black, Mrs. Dorothy T. Clements, Ms. Shawndra Colton, daughter of Ms. Deborah Talley, Mrs. Mae Frances Rhodes Dixon, Ms. Rowena Brown, Mrs. Ruth Hardaway, Mrs. Charlie Mae Jackson, Mr. Michael Tyrone Kendricks, Ms. LaTonya Hines, in memory of Mr. Roswell Lee, Mrs. O'Vaughn Hines, in memory of Mr. J.D. Miller, Sr., in memory of Ms. Mary Catherine Jones, Jamal Middlebrooks, grandson of Ms. Arvella Colton, Mr. O.L. Reese, in memory of Mrs. Lelia Pearl Tenney, Martez Towns, son of Ms. Vernita Towns, Rev. Clifford A. Black, Mr. George "G" Anderson, Ms. Betty B. Jones, Mrs. Barbara B. Phillips, MS. Bertha H. McLaughlin, Mrs. Stella Johnson, Mrs. Grace Snellings, Mr. Alonza Prather, and in memo- ry of Mr. rfllie Henry Strozier. Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Annette Culpepper of Manchester were: Ms. Janie Ellis, Mr. J.C. Hough, Mr. Stark Ellis, Jr. and Ms. Tessela Smitl Seed for Thought: Joy is not in things, it is inus. Mountville Methodist Women Meet By KATHY ROGERS Mountville United Methodist Women met November 11 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones. Members present included Clara Andrews, Angela Chambers, Joan Fincher, Gayla Jones, Lisa Mitchell, Jean Mote, Leslie Pike, Kathy Rogers, Helen Thrash, Mae "Ibwna and Alma Wood, all of Mouafville, Marry Wagner of Moreland, and Ellen Finley of Savannal President Alma Wood opened the meeting withthe poem "Is Your Hut Burning," and a prayer. Reports of Secretary Mote and Treasurer Jones were presented and approved as read. The upcoming Christmas Season was discussed. Poinsettias will be placed in the sanctuary in memory/honor of loved ones and friends. The Women's Society will provide gifts and food to a special local family. The women will serve refreshments after the annual Christmas program to be held December 15 at 7 p.m. The meeting was turned over to Gayla Jones, who pre- sented the program: "Herodias: The FruR of Bitterness." The Scripture was from Mark 6:14-29. The story revolves around a woman named Herodias, who was first married to Phillip, but left him to marry King Herod. John the Baptist, a fearless and righteous servant of God, publicly condemned her behavior. For this, John was arrested and put in prison. Herodiaa continued to nurse a grudge against John the Baptist. She wanted to have him killed, but was unable to do so because Herod feared and protected John. Finally, the opportune time came when Herod held a birthday banquet for himself. All of the high officials of Galilee were in attendance. Herodias' daughter danced at the banquet. This so pleased Herod that he told the girl, "Whatever you ask I will give you...up to half of my kingdom." Herodias told her daugh- ter to ask for "the head of John the Baptist." The daughter then told Herod, "I want you to give me right now the head of John the Baptist on a platter." Herod had backed himself into a corner and had no alternative but to fulfill her request. Because of Herodias' grudge, Jolm the Baptist was beheaded. As Christians we should pray to God for alternatives to holding a grudge..: i " ",: ". President Wood adjourned the meeting. Jones served refreshments to the group. Announcement was made that the next meeting will be held at the home of Reverend Dane and Marry Wagner of Moreland on December 9th. Public Hearing The City of Hogansville will hold a Public Hearing in the Council Chambers at City Hall on December 16, 2002 at 6:45 p.m. to discuss the alcohol retail sales appli- cation for Shell Mart located at 1945 East Main Street. Fresh Start LARRY RICH NISSAN Nissan Dechres IN 30 HINUTESI" "in most instances