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December 13, 2001

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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - TtiURSDAY, DEC. 13, 2001 PAc;J ? A 2 Mountville United Women met 3 at the home of and Leslie Pike of formerly of Susan $ait lock Leslie Pike served as program chair- and hostesses for the s society. They pre- a program on "Taking to Replenish." UMW President Helen welcomed the mere- read a poem entitled Time" and presented Members participating in for the Christmas sea- included: Angela Gayla Jones, , Newsome, Leslie Pike, den Thrash, Mad Towns, Whitlock, all of and Marty of Moreland. Reports of Treasurer and Secretary Towns The group discussed plans for the Altar Guild. Nancy Newsome will serve as chairman and Marty Wagner will provide a book to assist the group. Jean Mote hung Christmas wreaths on doors of the church, and worked with Gayla Jones in placing poinsettias in honor/or in memory of loved ones in the sanctuary. Some of these will be given to sick and shut-ins of the Mountville communi- ty. Six beautiful afghans cro- cheted by Floella KeeOwens of Mountville, formerly of Luthersville, were mailed or delivered to shut-ins of the church community. Also, Christmas cards were signed by the UMW and mailed to all out-of-town sick members. The UMW is making arrangements to "Adopt a Family" by providing a gift certificate for food, and also one for clothing. A commit- tee will deliver these to a spe- cial family in need. A dona- tion has already been for- warded to Ethel Harpst Home for the "Children's Wish List." Contributions have been made to the Interfaith Food Closet and to the Clothing Center. Mountville UMW pays monthly to provide a "life- line" support system for a senior citizen of Troup County. Pastor Dane Wagner announced Mountville MYF Annual Christmas Pageant will be held December 16, 7 p.m., and Big Springs Annual Christmas Pageant on December 20, 7 p.m. Announcement was made the next UMW meeting will be held January 14, 2002 at the Mountville United Methodist Church for a plan- ning session. SMALL ENGINE CITY & MARINI" 3066 New Franklin Road LaGrange 4 Miles North of LaGrange (706) 884-0156 or Toll Free 888-437-5467 Visit our website Our belated sympathy out to the family of Ms. Beasley Partridge Grantville in her death. 'Earth has no sorrow that cannot heal." Congratulations to Miss Shuntrice Johnson Mr. Tony Reeves who united in marriage on 23. The bride is of Ms. Raycine Tucker of Grantville and Mr. Thomas E. Johnson of Luthersville. The bride- groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon (Beatrice) Reeves of Greenville. We wish them love and happi- ness! 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Birthday greetings go out to: Ms. Linda Bohannon, in memory of Mrs. Annie Lee Black, Ms. Rowena Brown, Mrs. Mad Frances Rhodes Dixon, in memory of Mrs. Joyce E Ellison, Shawndra Colton, daughter of Ms. Deborah Talley, Mrs. Ruth Hardaway, Mrs. Charlie Mad Jackson, Mr. Michael Tyrone Kendricks, Ms. LaTonya Hines, in mem- ory of Mr. Roswell Lee, Mrs. O'Vaughn Hines, in memo- ry of Mr. J,, Sr., in memory of Mrs. Mary Catherine Jones, Jamal Middlebrook.s, grandson of Ms. Arvella Colton, Mr. O.L. Reese, Mr. Leon Rosser, Mr. John Spencer, in memory of Mrs. Carrine "Sue" Pace, in memory of Mrs. Lelia Pearl Tenney, Mortez Towns, son of Ms. Vernita Towns, Mr. 13o Newson, Mr. Ernest Hamilton and Johnika Nashae Wright, great- granddaughter of Mrs. Eudora Pinson. Seed for Thought: Behind every-dark cloud, there is a brighter day." THOMAS K00NKADE Select that special Thomas Kinkade image and have it highlighted! 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