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END 0 F 00jHus(Ivarna 372XP Chain Saw-20" {;IAIRANI f [ SMALL ENGINE CITY & MARINE 3066 New Franklin Road LaGrange 4  North of LaGrange . Now PRE-LEASING . 201 -A & 201 I GRANITE ST., HOG00NSVILLE ' i 2-Bedroom Luxury Apartments Energy Efficient with Central Heat and Air, Single Car Garage. Private Deck, Refrigerator & Stove in Eac h Un: - Available January i, 2002 Built by JET Management. Call Now to Reserve Your Apartment 706-637-8999 or Toll Free 1-866-226-8683 or make an application at ASKEW-LASATER REALTY 401 E. Main St., Hogansville - Oak- Marks By Janie EUis Written for Last Week Our belated sympathy goes out to the fam- ily of Mrs. Eunice Dobbs Hunter of Grantville in her death. God knows your grief and bears your sorrow, Our belated sympathy goes out to the fam- ily of Mr. Emot3" Lee of Ix)no Oak in his death. "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal." Happy anniversary goes out to the fol- lowing couple: Mr. and Mrs. Jerome (Vianne) Nails on their 15th on December 12. We wish them man; mm-y more! We're happy to report that Mr. Horace Hardaway is home from the hospital and doing fine. Get well wishes go out to Mrs. Linda Helen Hamilton of Grantville, who underwent sur- gery last week. Birthday greetings go out to: Shaketha Addie, daughter of Ms. Evelyn Addie, Contes Arney, Mr. Alfred"Zeke" Bohannon, Jr., Ms. Cynthia Clark, Lakeisha Shante Clemons, Ashley Ellison, Mrs. Lucille Colton, James Freeman, Jr., Mr. William J. Griffin, Mr. Joe Henry Hardaway Ms. Melinda Faye Heard, Mrs. Gwendolyn Jackson, wife of Rev. LoWinston Jackson, Mrs. Heidi E. Johnson, Ms. Monica Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Velma) Mitchell, Mr. J.D. Miller, Jr., Mr. Boras Rosser, Mr. Kervin Griffin, Reginald I_-nar Culpepper II, grand- son of Mrs. Annette Culpepper, Contorious Addie, son of Ms. Stacy Addie, James Oliver Bohannon, Ms. Tabitia Teresa Daniels, Cathea Hardaway daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight (Margaret) Hardaway, Jr., Michael Antonio Hardaway, Carlos Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Elaine) Hamilton, Roderick Durand Heard, Mn John A. Malcolm, Jr., Christopher ttines, Mrs. Bessie E Rosse; in memory of Mr. ,lames Porter, Dennis Sewell, II, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Willie James (Vita) Seu ell, Jarvis Head, Mr. HenriMorgan Rosser, Ms. l.isa Rosser, Mrs. Annie Pearl Sewell, Theresa Sewell, Tersheor Wanisha Tigner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kippy (Wanda) Tigner, Michelle Talley, Andre Rosser, Mr. Reginald Stevens and Ms. Quandra Worthans, niece of Mrs.Sara Clark. Seed for Thought: Joy is not in things, it is in us. Wraen for T Week May the celebration of Jesus begin afresh in your heart this Christmas. We're happy to report that Mrs. Linda Hamilton of Grantville is home from the hos- pital and doing fine. Get well wishes go out to Mr. Willie James Sewell, husband of Mrs. Vita Sewell of Grantville. who underwent surgery at Newnan ttospital. Our deepest sympathy toes out to Ms. Ellen Rosser of Grantville and Mr. Culman Matthews of St. Marks in the death of their sister, Mrs. Nettie Parks of Decatur. Rest in Peace. We're sorry to report that Mrs. Alice Booker of Izme Oak is a patient at WGMC. We wish her a speedy recoveT! Ilappy anniversary goes out to the fol- lowing couples: Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne (Shamekia) Williams on their 6th on December 20; Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Shemeca) Leigh II, on their 2nd on December 22; Mr. and Mrs. Marion (Julia Lee) Grissom on their 57th; Mr. and lrs. John (Alice) Malcolm, Jr. on their 47th on December 25th; Mr. and Mrs. Danny (Sara) Allen on their 17th on December 23rd; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred (Shelia) Randolph on their 19th on December 18th; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Frank (Patricia) Richardson on their 33rd and Mr. and Mrs. Julian (Marjorie) Roberts on their 27th on December 23rd. We wish them ninny, many more! Birthday greetings go out to: Ms. Evelyn Addie, Michael Bohannon, Jr., Mrs. Hazel Burks, in memory of Mrs. Jessie Mae Brown, in memory of Ms. Carolyn Dean, Ms. Mary Kathryn Deam Mr. Ernest Derring, Rev. Frank Dean, Jr., Mr. Stark Ellis, Jr., Ms. Gaynell Godfrey, Mrs. Mary Nell Price, Ms. Beverly Jean Hamilton, in memory of Mrs. Mary Jean Harper, Ms. Virginia Lee Hill, Mr. Douglas Hines, Eric Jackson, son of Rev. and Mrs. LoWinston (Gwen) Jackson, Ms. Shelia Lakes, in memory of Mr. Jimmy Frank McLaughlin, Timmy Trevon McGruder, son of Mr. and Mrs. 15mmy (Rachel) McGruder Rita Parks, granddaughter of Ms. Esther Parks, Mr. Victor Richardson, Mrs. Laura Bell Lesley, JeMarcus and JeMeisha Robinson, twins of Ms. Pamela Colton, Mrs. Deborah D. Robinson, Mr. Gerald Rosser, Evangelist Jennifer Russell, Mr. Jeff Russell, Ms. Beverly Rutledge, Mrs. Annie Pearl Sewell, Ms. Sandra R. Smith, Ms. Ann Strozier, sister of Ms. Emily Kate Bohannon, Mr. Bobby Strozier, Sierra Janee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie (Rosalyn) Burston, Mr. Tracy Stepp, Mr. Allen Strozier, Ms. Cassandra Thompson, Mrs. Alice Mae Spear, Jasmine Renae Williams, daughter of Ms. Marion E. Williams, Ms. Trellis Ann Zachery, and in memory of Mr. Michael Colton. The White Plains United Methodist Church family. St. Marks, gave fruit baskets to the elderly members and in the commu- nity last Sunda3; December 16th. Seed for thought: Jesus is the Reason for the Season. Another lear Has Come and Gone! It Has A Pleasure to Share,.R Hith You! Sherry Striblin admires the big pumpkin at Roger's Barbecue in Hogansville. hrtstina Larson of Manchester checked out the bird- hou,ses at the feStival. Do You Remember These? Halley Bryant tums the "BIG ONE" year old today. The Hogan00ile Home News Hogansville Elementary School principal Peggy Smith points to the Heritage Day Celebration in Hogansv#le. Hogansville's Pilot Club designed an afhan dipicttng scenes from around the county. The afhans were sold dur- ing the H Festival.