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December 20, 2001

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By Frances Robinson - The Bingo Buddies honored Mr. and Mrs. Newman last Thursday, December 14 on their 50th anniversary. EXCITEMENT - It&apos;s looking a lot like Christmas Green Ave. in Hogansville, especially at the Diane Pictured above admiring Santa Claus and Reindeer are Taylor Beard (L) and little Janna Sanchez. J. Dan Stout Will Be Missed DEAR EDITOR: The City of Hogansville would like to extend their sin- cerest sympathy to the fam- ily of ,J. Dan Stout. His Hogansville "family" will miss his terrific sense of humor, his caring nature, and his warm friendliness. The City of Hogansville Mayor g3lson St. Clair Peggy Harris Jimmy Jackson Jean Crocker Larry Dorrough Jack Leidner David Aldrich Hilton Odom Dianne Carter Bobby Sprayberry Ron Buchanan Ronald Hill Jose Vidal Donnie Sanders And the entire staff of the City of Hogansville Police Seeking Robbery Suspect Sheriff Danny Turner says that the Shell Mart on Roanoke Road was robbed December 17th. At approximately 4 a.m. an unknown male wearing g.loves, long sleeved clothing and a mask came into the store and demanded money from the clerk. According to the clerk, she gave him an undetermined amount of money before being struck in the head with an unknown object and knocked unconscious. The clerk was found approximately 20 minutes later by her boyfriend. She was transported to West Georgia Medical Center for treatment. This case remains under investigation.  .... i  : i : / By .am L Phillips Written for Last Week Deacon of the Week: Joe As you pray, remember: Tillman, Press Miller, Burks, Howard Willis, and Mrs. Wayne Pauline Powers, Arnold, Freda Kelley, Faulkner, David Marcellite Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lee, Tom Lou Palmer, Lucile Thanie! Phillips, -and Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Lewis s and Patti attended Christmas at Woolsey in Brooks Saturday night, December 8, presented by the Woolsey Baptist Celebration Choir and Speakout that was complete with dinner and a musical for Christmas, "Start at the Manger...Then Go to the Cross." Worship With the word was by Kendra Palmer (Romans 8:31-32). The Adult Choir special music December 9 in the morning worship was the anthem, "Away in a Manger." Rev. Harold W'tllis' morn- ing message of December 9 was "Glimpses of Jesus" Wishing you peace and joy at this wondrous We look fonvard to seeing you again soon! )f year. Skating Rink   Party 305 Olfl Roanoke Road., LaGrange, GA. SANTA WILL VISIT 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM DOOR PRIZES!! MONDAY- .6:20- 9:00 PM $2.5O .R:IE)AY - 7:00 -11:OO PM $4.00 SA-TUFIDAY - 7:00 -11:OO PM SSK3N $4.OO SUNDAY - 500 PM SSK $3.OO F'sam Houm SUtCroe Come and Join the Fun at RED'S! r I I m l l I I$1 OFF, I Admission to I ! Red's Roller Drum I Limit I Expilm 12/3G91 I. i .,. .., --= .,. .ll (Genesis 22:1-19). We will have a carol sing December 16 at 7 p.m. on the front steps (weather permit- ting) and finger foods after- wards. In case of rain, it will be in the church sanctuary. Christmas! I Love To Tell The Story A Musical Especially For Christmas arranged by Russell Mauldin created by Dale Mathews will be presented by the Adult Choir of our church Sunday, December 23 at the 11 a.m morning worship hour. Soloists are: Jim Campbell on Birthday of a King and SondI, Lee on Alleluia, Come Adore Him. Narrator will be the pastor, Rev. Harold Willis.. Lynn Campbell is the Music Director. Written for This Week As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Clyde Burks, Howard Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Evelyn Arnold, Freda Kelley, Danny Faulkner, Marcellite Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Bruce Lee, Tom Flournoy, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Lou Palmer, Lucile Wilson, Thaniel Phillips, Joan Williams and Brad Stephens. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of: J. Dan Stout, Reed Allen, Joyce Smith and Diane Marciniak at their recent deaths. Worship With the Word was by Kendra Palmer (Philippians 2=5-11). We were happy to have many visitors with us Sunday. The Adult Choir special music December 16 in the morning service was "Beautiful Star of Bethlehem" with Marie Hines, soloist. Rev. Harold Willis' morn- ing message December 16 was "The Message of Christmas" (John 1:1-5, 14). That night, we had a carol sing with refreshments after- wards. There will not be a Fifth Sunday Night Song service December 30. Mrs. Cindy McNally of Olympia, Washington spent December 6-12 here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Skeet (Jean) Ellington. On the Saturday of her visit, they had BARIACUDA KNIFE $5Z9 "ZY td/KevlaP handle with checkered rubber inlays. 2139 (menville Rold WHEN YOUR KITCHEN IS 200 MILES FROM NOWHERE, THIS IS YOUR CUTLERY. cGun OU00<TRY OIj'TDRS LaGrange, GA. (706) 882-1555 a Christmas dinner with 12- 15 relatives attending at the Ellington home. "Echoes of Praise" Ladies Ensemble of our church enjoyed a Christmas dinner at Pizza Villa in LaGrange on Monday night, December 10 with Myriam Turbyfield, Carol Braswell, Lynn Campbell, Beth Maxwell, Sondra Lee, Marie Hines and Andrea Otwell attending. Besides dinner, they had a Christamas ornament swap. She brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes and laid himin a manger; because there was no room for them in the inn (Luke 2:7). Read Luke 2:1-20 and Matthew 1:18-25. 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