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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - DECEMBER 16, 1999 PAGE 3 gansviUe Pilot (:i!ub Sponsors 00nnual Starlight Tree Each year, the Hogansville Club sponsors the :ht Tree project, which provide for the Empty Fund. The Starlight Tree is locat- at Lasater Realty and indi- ,anies, or families purchase a bell for the in honor or in memory of special. Bells are $10 for a single and $15 for two names. mrchase a bell, contact Nell of the Pilot Club at 637- Those who have purchased: *In honor of Raylee rling, by Grandmama and *In honor of Laura Guy, by and Daddy; *In honor of Ann Pike, by and grandchildren; *In honor of Evelyn Teal, grandchildren and great- ., *In honor of Jim Lasater, the Hogansville Pilot Club; In honor of A1 Simpson of Lone Oak Tree Farm by the Hogansville Pilot Club; In honor of Skeet Kent and Larry Reeves by the Hogansville Pilot Club; In honor of the Homemakers Club, by the members; *In memory of Bill Oliver by Pete and Chris Oliver; *In memory of Bettye Cook by Wallace Cook; *In memory of Kathleen Wright by Mildred and Frank Craw ford; In memory of Claude McKibben by John and Eve McKibben; *In memory of Corey Allen McKibben by Eve and John McKibben; *In memory of Laura Tillman by Eve and John McKibben; *In memory of Brent Williamson by Shirley and Roger Williamson; *In memory of Nedra and Glen Williamson by their chil- dren; BRYAN GETER/STAFF THE STARLIGHTTREE, located at Lasater F:lealty, helps provide for the Empty Stocking Fund. individuals, companies, or families may pur- chase a bell for the tree in honor or in memory of someone special. *In memory of Bobby Higgins by Evelyn and chil- dren: In memory of Velma and Grady Higgins by their chil- dren; *In memory of Glenn Estes by Nell Estes; *In memory of Renee Coggin by Mom and Dad; In memory of Wally by family; *In memory of Carl Hoffman by Laura, Karen and David Guy; In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Strickland by Sybil and Ralph Gaddy; *In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Gaddy by Sybil and Ralph Gaddy; In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Laster by children; *In memory of Ann Shelnutt by brothers and sis- ters; In memory of M.A. Teal by grandchildren and great- grandchildren; In memory of Edith Buchanan by Janie and Eddie Dollar; *In memory of Monroe Hawkins by Renee Hawkins; *In memory of Lendon Spires by Renee Hawkins; .In memory of Edward Bruce by Mary Bruce; *In memory of Corey McKibben by Sara McKibben; ,,In memory of Claude McKibben by Sara McKibben; *In memory of Honest Hope by Susan, Jamie, Jody, Jackie and Jessica; *In memory of Mr. and Mrs. M.N. Stephens by Huell, Marguerite, and Sandy Stephens; .In memory of Buck Smith by Huell, Marguerite and Sandy Stephens; *In memory of Julia and Charlie Heard by Gary and Eleanor Washington; *In memory of Tom Brawner by Agnes Brawner; *In honor of Alice Littlefield by Susan, Jamie, Jody, Jackie and Jessica. MountviUe News by Mac Towns Members of the Mountville z Club met Dec. 6 and the holiday season a program of Christmas presented by the .qand Community ers." The Rev. Dane Wagner, pas- of the Mountville, Big and Odessadale United )dist Churches, intro- director Kate Bohannon; Judy Griffies; and the choir representing churches from the The choral concert perfor- hted a variety of ranging from contempo- to traditional Christmas Mountville Community Darrell Hester, and David McMichael, all of Newnan; Also, Betty J. Bohannon; Kate Bohannon, with children Robin and Sarah; Steve and. Wendy Bohannon; Samantha Colquitt; Larry and Judy Griffies; Myron Haynes; Linda Heath; Also, Nancy McLain; Mark Spence and daughter Christi; Bobby and Alma Jane Thompson; Kathy Thompson; Freddie Vollner; Dane and Marry Wagner, with daughter Katie Underwood; and Howard Wilson, all of Moreland. The invocation was given by Tony Whisnant, a Troup County teacher of the Visually Impaired. Hostesses for the covered dish dinner included Angela President Jackie Jones Chambers, Nancy Newsome :S',:"and Rtt0h 'Wilson. 'Wanda omers :,..Costly,deooraed the serving l.1.x t' . c.-. , .......  ........ "tables vith .... a ..... Nativity Newcomers included Joel Daniel, and daugh- of the Mountville- area. Frances is a at West Georgia ristian Academy, where is a tenth grade student. is associated with in LaGrange. Guests included J.R. and Sue of Gay; and families of "Moreland Community ers" of Coweta County. "Singers" and their families Brenda Cooper, arrangement President Jackie Jones rec- ognized all members with November and December birth- days. Reports were given by Secretary Gayla and Treasurer Wanda Costley. President Jones announced Mountville Community Club meetings will be held Monday after the third Sunday in each month at 7:00 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for Jan. 17, 2000. New Arrivals II Holmes and Mrs. John Allen of Palm City, Florida the birth of their son, Henry Holmes ("Will") ,,mber 7. Maternal grandparents are and Jean Miller of sville and paternal are Allen and Holmes of LaGrange. Drake and Mrs. David H. Jr. of Senoia announce the birth of a son, Andrew David Drake, born Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, November 25 at Peachtree Regional Hospital in Newnan. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and was 20 3/4" long. The mother is the former Caroline Carter of Manassas, Virginia. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Z. Brand of Hogansville and Mr. and Mrs. David H. Drake, Sr. of Winston Salem, N.C. Paternal great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Troy R. White of Franklin and Mr. and Mrs. MarreU Brand of LaGrange. Week at The Chamber of Commerce i calender for this week howing meetings of the Merchants, the Troup Alumni the. Downtown Authority, the Countdown qmittee, The Women's Board and General and the Tourism ;e's Budget week's calender also shows a meeting of the Southern Economic Developers Council, and the Presidential Pathways Travel Association. There will also be a gradu- ating at West Georgia Christian Academy and a tour for the Georgia Film & Video Division of the Georgia Department of Industry, Trade, and Tourism. The LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce - always at work for you. / ! and more through, out the store on everything you need for the hofidays. Extended hours Saturday