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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 2003 PAGE 3-A EXCELLENT PROGRAM- The Hogansville Elementary Christmas program was presented Thursday, Dec. 11 in the school auditorium. Shown are the Kindergarten class (Above), the first grade class (Below) and the HES Chorus (Bottom). Mountville Women piscuss Christmas By KATHY ROGERS Mountville United Methodist Women met Nov. 10 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wood. Members present includ- ed Angela Chambers, Joan Fincher, Gayla Jones, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome, Leslie Pike, Kathy Rogers, Helen Thrash, Mac Towns, and Alma Wood, all of Mountville, and Marty Wagner of Moreland. President Joan Fincher opened the meeting with a prayer. Reports from Secretary Rogers 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 annu- al Christmas program to be held Dec. 21 at 7 p.m. The meeting was turned over to Gayla Jones, who pre- sented the program "The Widow's Offering." She began by reading Mark 12: 38-44. Jesus warns his followers to beware of the religious leaders, who want- ed to get rid of him. " He described them as greedy and insincere. Although they gave large amounts of money to the church, it represented only a fraction of their worth. In contrast, he points out that a widow gave 2 coins, which represented her entire livelihood. Although it was a small monetary contribution, the motive behind the gift was much greater than all of the others combined. True generosity comes from the heart, and repre- sents the conviction that we are believers in the Lord and have faith in Him. President Fincher adjourned the meeting. Alma Wood served refreshments to the group. Announcement was made that the next meeting will be held at the Mountviile United Methodist Church on Dec. 15. We take the PROBLEM out of shopping for that man in your life! Area's Largest and most complete truck and car accessory store. For Your Last Mintue CHRISTMAS SHOPPNG Open 8a.m. to @.m. (Dec. 17th-24th Except Sat. 9a.m. to lp.m. ----'-'----  1350 Lafayette Parkwa ) .---x  LaGrange, GA. Truks 'n stuff 706.88.3220 t Choir Holds The Adult Choir of the dlle First Baptist wch Christmas Party was event of Saturday night, 6 at International Cafe Hogansville. Attending were Lewis Mavis Phillips, Patti s, Carl and Etta Kenneth and Susie ;]a] istr as :00'arty Dial, Joe Travis and Evelyn Spivey, Rev. Harold and Belle Willis, Trevor Willis, Amber Willis, Bill and Joycie Brown, Ken and Marie Hines, Bob Irvin, Leon Merill, Beth Palmer, Joe.and Sondra Lee, Jim and Lynn Campbell, Drew Campbell, and Huell and Marguerite Stephens. Before the meal, the group sang Happy Birthday to Huell Stephens, who was celebrating his birthday that day. The food was blessed by Rev. Willis. After supper, an optional ornament exchange was done by those bringing one for the White Elephant Exchange. Our belated sympathy out to the family of Bell Hardaway of Atlanta, formerly ;ville in her death. in Peace. Happy Anniversary goes to Jerome and Vianne on their 17th on Dec. 12. wish them many more. We're happy to report that H. Woods, of is home from the doing fine. Birthday greetings go out Contorious Addle, son of Addle, James Oliver Alfred "Zeke" Bohannon, Cynthia Clark, Lakeisha Shante Clemons, Tabitia Teresa Daniels, in memory of Joe Henry Hardaway, Carlos Hamilton, son of Jerry and Elaine Hamilton Sr., Melinda Faye Heard, Cathea Hardaway, daughter of Dwight and Margaret Hardaway Jr., Michael Antonio Hardaway, Jarvis Head, Roderick Durand Heard, Gwendolyn Jackson, wife of Rev. Lowinston Jackson, Heidi E. Johnson, Christopher Hines, John A. Malcolm Jr., Monica Mitchell, daughter of Edward and Velma Mitchell, J.D.' Miller Jr., in memory of James Porter, Balsas Rosser, Henri Morgan Rosser, Theresa Sewell, Bessie E. Rosser, PFC Dennis Sewell II, grandson of Willie James and Vita Sewell, Lisa Rosser, Annie Pearl Sewell, Tersheor Wanisha Tigner, daughter of Kippy and Wanda Tigner, Michelle Talley, Andre Rosser, Reginald Stevens, in memory of Fayetta Stewart, Tina Jackson, daughter of Allen and Hazel Jackson, Billy Frank and Patricia Richardson and Quandra Worthans, niece of Sara W. Clark. As you pray, remember Bob Tillman, Lucile Wilson, , Wendy Irvin, Broussard, Clara rrd, Lucy Cantrell, Robert Marshall Fleming, Terry Stephens and Elizabeth Morgan. Children's time: Jim Campbell The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was "Hear The Angels Sing." That night was "Jesus, the Light of the World." rev. Harold Willis' morn- ing message was "Are You Ready?" with a text of. Galatians 4: 4-7. Special Ex )ress Lunch Menu Mon. thru Fri.. Extensive "To-Go" Menu "His Very Own Star" will be presented by our Adult Choir Dec. 21 at the morning service. There will be no evening services Dec. 21, 24 and 28. We are having, a New Year's Eve Service beginning at 7 p.m. on Dec. 31. Our choir will sing, Rev. Willis will bring a message and then we will have refresh- ments in the fellowship hall and a prayer time before dis- missing around 9 p.m. Dec. 18 Angle Spinks Becky Jones Caitlin Wessinger Cathy Deaton Marsha Katter Windy Williams Dec. 19 Adam Wegienka Chase Drake Jodie Rowe Steven Beall Mr. and Mrs. Gottshall (A) Mr. and Mrs. 8pradlifi (A) Mr. and Mrs. Medford (A) ' Louie Kent (M) Dec. 20 Dakotah Reyes - Holly Hendrix Daniel Lamar Mike Dec. 21 Jackson Fohrman Richard Herndon Sybil Harrison Mr. and Mrs. JimmyPye (A) Mr. and Mrs. Peter VanLeeuwen (A) Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burdette (A) Mr. and Mrs. V.R. 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