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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 2002 Concerts Planned foJ ' Saturday and Dec. 21 The strains of "Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer" won't be the only Christmas music in the air around the little town of Hogansville this year. The folks at Clemens & Co. Books and William and Mary's Antiques are plan- ning a free concert of chamber music and carols in their joint establishment at 200 East Main Street in the historic West Georgia town. "It's something nice we want to do for our customers," says Jack Iidner, owner of Clemens & Co. Books. "And the setting in this gorgeous turn of the last century building should be just right" The free live concert will be given twice: Saturday, December 14th at 2 p.m., and again on Saturday, December 21st at 2 p.m. "I love Christmas," says Mary Stewart, owner of William and Mary's Antiques. "It's nice to have all our friends stop by. Besides the wonderful local tal- ent playing, we'll also have refresh- ments for everyone." Clcjnens & Co. offers nearly 40,000 great used.and rare books, beth on line at www.clemensbooks.com and in the shop. William & a's has a fine assort- ment of antiques,--pedializing in American art pottery, in addition, they have West Georgia's best selection of sports memorabilia. "If this goes well," adds "Leidner, "we'll continue to have music and enter- tainment on the weekends monthly start- ing in the New Year. It will make shop- ping in Hogansville even more fun." GREAT YEAR- Falcons football team U-10, kneeling, lelt to right, Deontre Harden, Ethan Shirah, D'Coreous Gtanton, Drew Weibom, Marquis Terre!l, Ricky Bowen, Zachery I laxv tell, Quantavious Leslie; middle row, left to right, Deondre Harden, Terrance Jackson, Jacob Bonner, Jacob Owens, Huston Shelnutt, Comelius Reeves, Eric Duncan, Caleb Drake, Wesley Hawk; back row, left to right, Coach Harold Leslie, Dionte Rosser, Michael Rosser, Rany Bailey, David Rutledge, Jr., Willie Anderson and Coach Reggie Jackson. Not pictured, Matthew Cooper and Jason Williamson. Deacon of the Week: Joe Travis. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Lucile Wilson, Pauline Bowers, Elizabeth Garner, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, Freda Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, Lou Palmer, Wendy Irvin, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Yarbrough, Janelle Yarbrough, Cindy McNally, Frank Fuller, Grace Brown, Lamar Lancaster, Tom Bozeman, Susie Crum, Virginia Williamson, Mabel Williamson, Jason Cruce and June Hendrix. Worship With The Word: Evelyn Spivey reading Isaiah 11:1-5 on December 8. The Adult Choir special music was "Because We Believe" on December 8. We sang Happy Birthday on December 8 to Marguerite Stephens. We will have no evening servic- es on December 22 and 29. There will be no fifth Sunday night song service in December. Thoughts for the Day: Let the miracles of Christmas speak to your heart! Jesus Christ is a gift to be shared! Rev. Harold Willis continued his Christmas series Sunday, December 8 in the morning with "Born A King," with a text of Matthew 2: 1-6. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Spivey of Anniston, Alabama spent the week- end with Evelyn Spivey and Joe Travis. Our Christian sympathy is extended to Linda Bennett Manley at the death of her husband, Robert. They live in Roanoke, Ala. Our monthly Sunday School fel- lowship will be December 1S at 9:3Q a.m. We will have a carol sing on the front porch December 15 at 6:00 p.m. "A Song Was Born at Christmas," "A Musical Celebrating the Birth of the Messiah" by Tom Fettke will be presented by the Adult Choir December 22 at 11 a.m. At 11 a.m. on January 5th we will observe Communion. That night at 6 p.m., our church is hosting a Seder service. Church Choir Honors Carl Bennett In Song The Adult Choir of the Hogansville First Baptist Church honored Mr. Carl Bennett on Sunday night, November 10, 2002 folloving the evening worship with a surprise service of musi- cal selections from a songbook they purchased in his honor, also as a surprise to him: Ancient of Days 50 Favorites for Choir, Congregation, or Ensemble Useable in Medleys or Individually Compiled and Arranged by Marty Parks. A sticker inside the front cover reads: This book is presented by the Adult Choir of the Hogansville First Baptist Church in honor of Mr. Carl Bennett for his faithful an& dedicated service September 1, 2002. This dedication service was held in the ohurch fellowship hall. After the musical selections were per- formed, Mrs. Marie Hines, on behalf of the choir presented a copy of the songbook and a cassette of it to him, telling him it is a book purchased in his honor and noted he was a choir member for over 40 years and they wanted to honor him. Mr. Carl Bennett then made a few remarks. He is no longer physically able to attend church and sing in the choir, where he was a tenor. Mr. Bennett has been a Deacon and Sunday School Teacher of the Homer Wilson Class (Senior Adult Men.) Following the program, a churchwide fel- lowship was held in his honor, also in the fel- lowship hall of the church. Members of the Mountville Community Club met November 18 to hear Ralph Duraski, director of pulmonary medicine at West Georgia Medical Center, present a pro- gram on "Sleep Apnea." He explained the word "apnea" means the absence of breathing for brief intervals. However, when these episodes of apnea become more frequent and last longer, they can cause the body's oxygen level to decrease and can also dis- rupt sleep. Duraski reported as sleep is disrupted night after night, the patient can develop progressive daytime sleepiness that leads to irritability, memory lapses, inattention and person- aliW changes. Also, he said that episodes of apnea during sleep can cause various organs to function abnormally. It can increase work the heart has to do, may increase blood pressure and risk of stroke. Duraski conducted a question and answer period with the club members, and reminded them of a sleep study which is being offered to individuals from this area at West Georgia Medical Center. Mountville Community Club President Frances Daniel welcomed club members and guests: Jimmy and Dianne Matthews of Big Springs; and newcomers to Mountville, Kent and Judy Edmonds of Mountville-Hogansville Road. Following the devotion and poem, "Thanksgiving Remetnbering," by Louise Caudle Horvath of LaGrange, a covered dish dinner was served by Nancy Newsome, Jackie lones and Angela Chambers. Horvath placed a table arrange- ment of a Thanksgiving tree and turkeys. Reports were given by Secretary Jackie Jones and Treasurer Angela Chambers. President Daniel recognized all members with November and December birthdays. Ferrell Towns led the group in singing "Happy Birthday." Daniel expressed appreciation for over 20 shoe boxes filled by Mountville Community Club members, Methodist Youth Fellowship, and friends. These were donated to West Georgia Christian Academy's project "Operation Christmas Child." These boxes will be sent to children in untries where there is war and poverty. Mountville Community Club will not meet in December but has scheduled the next meeting for Monday, January 20, 2003 at 7 p.m. HARWELL, BROWN & HARWEI P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13  Social Security & S.S.l. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-IS67 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-marl: gbro Jaewnanutilities.org TUCKER BOYS MERCHANDISE * HARDWARE PAWN Chris Tucker Owner 973 East Main Street HWlansk GA 3O23O Clemens & . Books & . 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