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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - ] dl ,, ...... .5 ? 'Badges for Life' Blood Drive for Dec. 30 at Alvista The Greenville law enforcement )fficers and firefighters want you to save lives by donating blood at the for Life Blood Drive on Dec. 30 2-7 p.m. at Alvista Healthcare The Badges for Life Blood Drive is friendly competition between fire- rs and law enforcement officers increase blood donations during the season. Give the greatest gift )f all during the holiday season - give gift of life. You can also pledge your blood dona- tion to the law enforcement or to the firefighters and help your favorite group with the Badges for Life recog- nition. Badges for Life T-Shirts will be given to all participants of the blood drive as well as a chance to win tickets to an Atlanta Hawks game. The American Red Cross desperate- ly needs more people to become blood donors. They also need current donors to give two or more times a year. The blood supply is very low, oper- ating daily on the edge of disaster - often with enough blood to last only two or three days. The southern region needs 1,200 peo- ple to donate blood each day in order to have enough blood for all the patients in this area. Blood is a life saving resOurce for which there is no substitute. To sign up to give blood at Alvista Healthcare Center on Dec. 30, between the hours of 2-7 p.m., please contact Sherry Gilson at 706-672-4241. Walk are also welcome. T&S Accounting & Tax Service 114 Commerce Street, Hogansville 706.637-8022 - Pam & Sm PAGE 7-A Remember Our Troops In Your Ho[i, day Prayers HappyHoliday s WishmgwY:loPo;ajCera:drotY 0 :tethg Uo:drOa: =: ?f year By Bryan Geter CHRISTMAS - The children of Robert and Odessa Kent enjoyed their annual Christmas dinner and party, eld in the fellowship hall of the Corinth United Methodist Church two weeks ago. The children include Katherine Bonnie Morgan, Barbara Cartill, Leroy Kent, Jack Kent, Skeet Kent, Agnes Driessen and Peggy Seymour. 4ot present were Rosie Bone and Mary Gladney. By Bryan Geter ;URPRISED Katherine e n t of tsville, was sur- when ;he opened gift at the By" Bryan Geter LET'S EAT- Virginia Kent (R) and Frances Driessen of Hogansville fill their plates with turkey, ham and all the trim- mings at the Kent Christmas dinner recently. Tree Participant List Keeps Growing TI StdflighYTred'[s nv n display on Main Street in park. If you would like to dace a bell on the tree in someone or in mem- ory of someone please call Estes at 637-6440. Bells $10 for one name on one ell, or $15 for two names on Proceeds from the of the bells are used for he Hogansville Empty Fund. Names of "In Memory )f" bells are: Nedra & Glen , by their children grandchildren; Bobby children grandchildren; Velma Grady Higgins, by their and grandchildren; Mrs. Willie Laster, by family; Trenton ichardson, by Sammy and 7ce Richardson; Mr. and Z. D. Meadows, by Meadows and Ann Mr. and Mrs. Ayers, by their fami- Mr. and Mrs. Will by Mabel and Williamson; Edward ruce, by Mary Bruce; Frank Pilot Club. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Strickland, by Ralph and Sybil .Gaddy; Wade Gaddy, by Ralph and Sybil Gaddy and Lois Spence; Don'Spence, by Lois Spence and Ralph and Sybil Gaddy; Glenn Estes, by Nell Estes, Renee Coggin, by Mom and Dad; Martha Cousins, by Green Bough Garden Club; Eugene Crocker, by Jean Crocker; Brent Williamson, by Shirley and Roger Williamson; Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Fomby, by Larry and Helen Fomby. Don Weiher, by John and Stephanie Weiher; Arthur and Mary Smith, with love, Nancy Smith; Judy Smith Rainey, with love, Nancy Smith; Minnie Ruth Wood, by Craig, Sheila, and Monica Simpson; Michael Bailey, by Elaine Carr; Rick Ramos, by Elaine Carr; Nicholas Barrett, by Elaine Carr; Lendon Spires, by Renee and David Kelley; Monroe Hawkins, by Renee Kelley. Edith Buchanan, by Janie and Eddie Dollar; Frank Crawford, by Hazel Stitcher and Evelyn Higgins; Brown Dollar, by Janie and Eddie Dollar; Donnie Faulkner, by Ruth Faulkner; Jimmy Streat. by Jennifer Streat; and Susan Littlefield Whitt and Honesty Hope Whitt, by mother, children, brother and boyfriend. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Gaddy, by Ralph & Sybil Gaddy; Martha Cousins, by Homemakers Club; Christine Samples, by Elaine Carr; H.M. Harmon & W.J. Harmon, by Sara G. Harmon; Jonathan Ashbaugh, by Shirley Asgbaugh; Frank Crawford by Mildred Crawford; Roy Daniel, by Clara Daniel; Ruby Cheatham, by Jean Gottshall; Howard & Lorene Lowery, by Tommy & Eloise Thrower; Billy Ray Strain, by Nita Strain. Leon L. Hamby, by Nita Strain; John Artley Jr. & Mary Crockett, by Virginia Artley; Charles East, by Debbie; Ronnie Bugg, by Samantha & family; Ruby Cheatham, by Ray Cheatham; Mr. and Mrs. Willie Claude Ringer, by Nita, Elizabeth, Deloris and Willie, Jr.; Claude McKibben Sr., by Sara McKibben; Corey Plans Christmas Eve Service Primrose United Church, located in Primrose community Greenville and will hold a 2hristmas Eve candle light starting at 7 p.m. Everyone is invited to special and mean- service with your fam- to celebrate the birth of our Savior. The church will be lit with candles and oil lamps with the only electricity being used for the Christmas tree. Memory candles will be lit as names of deceased members and members of the community are read. The service will include the reading of the Christmas Story, communion, and the singing of Christmas carols. The service should last 45 minutes. The church is located on Primrose Road, just off Hwy 27-41 (Roosevelt Hwy) between Greenville and Luthersville. Rev: Vaden Horn is pas- tor. Deacon of the Week - Ken _ [ As you pray, remember )r s hb Tillman, Lucile Wilson, bauline Powers, Wendy Irvin, ing for Iarcellite Broussard, Clara ketballyrd, Lucy Cantrell, Robert Reason, Ruth Harris and 12 with arshall Fleming. try out i Our christian sympathy extended to the families of ' is not Infant Karlee Alexis Calhoun ers are nd Hewlette Haralson at s. their recent deaths at 655"  Children's time: Joycie rown The Adult Choir present- ed their cantata, "His Very Own Star", in the morning service. There was no evening service that night and will be no evening serv- ices Dec. 24 and 28. We were happy to have many visitors with us Sunday. We will have a New Years Eve service Dec. 31 at 7 p.m. Our choir bill be bringing spe- cial music and a message from our astor. There will be refreshments afterwards in the church fellowship hall, a prayer time and dismissal around 9 p.m. January Bible Study will be from the book of I Timothy. Rev. Willis teaches this study of the New Testament book on Wednesday nights, begin- . ning Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. If you would like a study book (optional), please call the church office and place your order. The Bible study is slat- ed for Wednesday nights "in four sessions. Call me with your holiday news for the paper. McKibbefi, -by Sara McKibben; Jan C. Nash, by Hugh Nash; Marion Martin, by Ruth Martin; Corey A. McKibben, by John & Even McKibben; and Laura Tillman, by John & Eve McKibben. Names of "In Honor Of" include A1 Simpson - Lone Oak Tree Farm, by Pilot Club; Millie Griffith and Ruth Harris, by Green Bough Garden Club; Dr. Greg Freeman, by his staff; Cory Wargofrak, with love, Monica Simpson; Hugh and Aletha Fritts, by Ray and Elaine Fritts; Children and Grandchildren, by Jean Crocker; and Shirley Wright, by Janie and Eddie Dollar. Timothy & Braxton Ashbaugh, by Shirley Ashbaugh; Ray Cheathem, by Jane Gottshall; our Children and Grandchildren, by Marion & Mary Sue Shivers; Mary L. McCullum, by your grandson, Hugh Nash; Miracle Tabernacle Family Worship, by Hugh R. Nash; Robert and June Nash, by your son, Hugh Nash; Ruth Martin, by Nathan, Paula, and Anne Marie Le; Herman and Amelia Chatman, by Nathan, Paula and Anne Marie Le. 00ogou00 Q00eet00age May your holiday be filled with every happiness the holidays have to offer. We appreciate your patronage and friendship. l00illiam & :00ary's Antiques Sports Collectibles 200 East Main St. 706-637-9497 ITS i]E61NNING TEl hEIEIi(A heft hIRE e00mbTt00As With warm wishes and gratitude from our house to yours. We alpreciate your calling on us this past year. a Member of REM.TY 00aO00.nooanO Georgia Multi-List [ [ ALDTHE.BEST00 I Chu00 Sp00I TO all our loyal customers, riends and neighbors, we'd like to extend our heaelt wishes [or a'happy and healthy holiday. May it be heavy with blessings and joy. Many thanks for your loyal support and friendship. PoP's GROCERY Hwy. 100, Corinth Open Seven Days a Week Under New Management Sid & Nancy Spradlin . Mon. - Thurs. 6 e.m. to 9 p.m. Fri. & Sat. 6 a.m. ,to 10 p.m. ]