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Yard Winn00&apos;s Announced The Hogans,Alle Historical Society Committee held its annual Yard Competition this past Friday night. There were fewer decorated homes, but the ones that did were very elegant, First place in Traditional went to Stephen and Anne Smith at 205 College. They have righted swags along the porch, and a green wreath in each window on the first and second floor. The true beauty is easy to see in that they have flood- lights on the front of the house. If it were to snow you would know it came straight from the front of a Christmas card. First place in Children's went to Steve and Pam Galloway at 607 East Main. There are angels, snowmen, Santa and lights galore. It is the type of vision most children are apt to have. First place in the last category, Imagination, went to Andy and Angela Sharp at 608 East Main. There are icicles hanging from the roof and from the banister on the porch. But the crowning glory is the huge lighted snowflakes dispersed between all the icicles and seemingly float- ing in space The judges noted other homes well worthy of men- tion: 614 West Main, 101 Greene, 112 Fredrick and 601 East Main, Many homes have beautiful lights and unfortunate- ly, there were some that were not illuminated Friday night. On behalf of the Hogansville Historical Society we wish everyone a wonderful and blessed time of the year and would like to encourage everyone to enjoy the beau- ty of our town at this time of the year. _ J]l_. ___! J rl I _ Illllll HHI Illl II[ III1[ I IIIII I I i iii bet[s, png[e betls May your holiday season find you . laughing all the way. We're really grateful for your business. 1630 Bass Cross Road Hogansville (706) 637-5400 -Toll Free: 1-800-325-2525 Nr----Soa Mrs. age 88; standing, left to right, JackieWard Id Christine Bell. 00lot Club Enjoys Party The Hogansville Pilot Club hosted their annual Christmas rty at the Fellowship Hall of Highland Baptist Church gently. Some 60-70 seniors attended and enjoyed the spe- al singing, fellowship and a delicious meal. Lori Drake, sident, welcomed the guests. Rev. Jo Anne Pence introduced Rev. Sara Parker and isband David, who entertained the group with Christmas ngs. Rev. Jimmy Brown gave the invocation. I IIIIIIIII III II Illl Ill Illlllllll Iedmtrmgt wltalm aRtVHaOITV Igadsmms ilalNml HmYmit 11uikNalm' yei'ldil IWmaw. [GuN COUNTRY OUTDOORS <l | I i, 2139 Greenville Road LaGrange, GAL. 706.882.1555 II III IIII IIIIIIIII IIIIIII IIII I II IIII IIIIIII I "And, , the angel of the Lord came u!mn them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings rgreat joy,.wMch shall be to all people. For unto yo% is born this day in elffofDavid which is Christ the Lord." - Luke 2:9-11 We appreciate your continued loyalty and friendship. STAFF MEMBERS: (sitting, left to right) Patricia Chupp and Nancy Smith; (standing) Pattie McCubbin, Delores Kee, Jean Strickland and Amy Pike. DIRECT LhVE 706-63 7"662 ! Dmt'cr Fax 706-637-6506 E-MAlL njsmith @ FLA G.net FLAG BANK" P O. Box 669 * HOGANSVILI, GEOfCGtA 30230 111 HtGH STteEt.T HOCiaNSVtLLE, GEORGta 30230 ER