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40! East Main St. Hogansville, GA 30230 706-637-8999 1-888-341-4527 N 'LIES ,ange, c _...___.. lie  HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 2002 Ballroom Dance Set for Jan. 10 The Moonlight Ballroom Dance Club Music will be pro;ided by the IBM cha, tango, and more! of I2Grangeandthe'lYoupCountyParks band. Casual dress. and Rec Department will sponsor a Visitor couples are welcome at For information or directions to the dance on Friday, January 10, 2003, at $15.00 per couple, monthly dances or for ballroom dance the Caltaway Auditorium, Dallis Street, Enjoy traditional ballroom music: lesson information, call (706) 884-5857 LaGrange, from 8:00 - 11:00 p.m. waltz, shag, foxtrot, swing, rumba, cha- or (706) 637-9295. PLENTY OF CATCHING UP TO DO- Hogansville High School Class of 1947 recently celebrated their 55th anniver- sary. Pictured, first row left to right, Elsie Smith Downing, Reginald Head, Pete Pike, Mavis Hill Dollar, Harold Clark, Claudia Mell Yarbrough; second row, Lamar Williams, Betty Jo Landers Spradling, Tommy Thrower, Jane Hodnett Hubbard, Wesley Duffey, John Hill, Frankie Lee Head Pearce, Betty Hobbs Lewis, Elizabeth Thomas Atkinson, and Jack Brown. HIGH HONOR- Cadet 2nd Lt Matt Morgan (left) receives the General Billy Mitchell Award from U. S. Congressman Mac Collins (right) (3rd dist, R) at the Peachtree City - Falcon Field Composite Squadron Christmas Banquet Dec. 14. Hogansville Brothers Get Civil Air Awards ACHIEVEMENT- Cadet Captain Tim Morgan (left) receives the Arhelia Earhart Award from U. S. Congressman Mac Collins Members of the Peachtree City - Falcon Field Composite Squadron of Civil Air Patrol held their annual Christmas Banquet and Awards Ceremony Saturday evening, December 14th in the church hall of Christ's Church in Fayetteville. Guests of honor were U. S.. Representative and Mrs. Mac Collins (3rd Dist, R). Congressman Collins presented the two most prestigious awards of the evening to cadet brothers from Hogansville. Cadet Matt Morgan, 14, received (right), (3rd dist, R) at the Peachtree City- Falcon Field Composite the General Billy Mitchell Squadron of CAP annual Christmas Banquet on December 14. Award and was promoted Don't Forget Real Meaning Behind Christmas By PATTI PHILLIPS Christmas is fast approaching once again. Seems like only yesterday we were celebrating this most joyous occasion the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus -Christ. Jesus, the Lord of Lords, ,et King of Kings and Emanuel, which means God with us was orglo t born more than two thousand 3 years ago to Joseph, the car- penter of Nazareth and his espoused, the Virgin Mary. Ring in the Season! Wishing our neighbors and friends all the best at Christmas Van's Hardware and Farmer's Supply 61 Industrial Road, 637-6263 Open 'til noon Christmas Eve Our Savior was born in a lowly stable in Bethlehem, as was foretold, to everyday people. This was part of God's holy plan for all mankind. As we look around us at the beautiful Christmas trees and decorations, attend vari- ous functions of the holiday season and meet with friends and loved ones we hold dear and exchange gifts amongst ourselves, let us remember always the greatest gift of all, Jesus. God sent him down to earth to teach, heal and save the world from all our sins. We are reminded daily by the sights and sounds of Christmas that Jesus is the reason for the season and to keep Christ in Christmas. Christ was love sent to us so long ago and that same God shows it daily if we only look around and listen. / We Prescribe A Dose Of Good Cheer'. Enjoy a happy and healthy holiday. We appreciate your patronage. Hogansville Pharmacy 300 E. Main St. 706-637-8683 to Cadet 2nd Lt. Older brother Cadet Tim Morgan, 16, received the Amelia Earhart Award and was promoted to Cadet Captain. Major Murray explained that "only 15% of CAP cadets ever reach the Mitchell milestone" and "only 7% reach the Earhart level of achieve- ment . The Morgan brothers are home schooled_ Civil Air Patrol is the all-volunteer Auxiliary of the United States Air Force. Membership is open to qualified adults and young people ages 12 (or in 6th grade) to 18. With joy in our hearts, we extend our warm wishes to you and your family for a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We appreciate your continued Ioyalsupport. m m  tlltm 6 weeks to I0 years 6:45 tun. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday a/gy & Barbara Webb Owners and Staff PAGE 9-A Support Our Troops] TUCKER BOYS MEDISE HARDWARE PAWN n eker Owner ff0o) 7-S  973 East Main Street Hogansvllle, GA 30230 American Legion Post 152 133 American Legion Rd., Hogansville Gala New Year s Eve. Party Tuesday, December 31 Make Your Reservations Nowl 8:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. Baked Ziti Diner, Salad Rolls & Beverage 10:00 p.m. - 2 a.m. Country Music w/The New River Band 12 midnight. Champange Toast 2 a.m ..... Full Breakfast Party Favors Provided Reservations Required Pre-payment by Dec., 24 Single $25, Couple $40 For Reservations & Info: 637-5440 IT'5 6EGltfNltt6 TB hBBg A hBT bll00 e44PdST00l00AS With warm wishes and gratitude from our house to yours. We appreciate your calling on us this past year. Emmett Askew, Joe Lee, Member of LaGrange and Georgia Multi-List Before the Holiday Dash... We want to wish everyone all good things in this #save season. Thank you so very much for your support and loyality. All the bestto you and yours! Fnm Left to right: Caitlin Bruggeman, Denise Hams, Wanda Norris, Tern Pike, Tasha Allen and Katina Couscos 1897 & Main ,t.,]-fogcosiiV (706) (:J7-6050 , ,romjlround the World Greek ltalkm . :YLvican ../h  wrk'a  ,'J:(M