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Gause churches set times for Christmas weekend services

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

Gause Full Gospel Church will have its Christmas Day worship ser vice at 8:30 a.m. Gause United Methodist Church will have a candlelight Christmas service at 6:30 p.m. on Christmas Eve and then on Chr istmas Day w ill have worship at 9:30 a.m. Stephen Chapel AME church will meet for worship at 10:30 a.m. Christmas morning.

Edit h Smit h is doing well after an overnight stay in the hospital where she had some heart tests made. She is having to wear a monitor for about three weeks, but is able to be up and about.

Wanda and Al Coats, Mildred Ely, Chelsi and Jeremy Coldiron, Noah and McKensey and Phillip Rasco were in Hearne on Sunday evening to join James and Sherri Rasco and other family members for the Rasco’s Christmas get-together.

Gause ISD students did a great job in their performances at the annual school Christmas program last Thursday evening. A big thanks goes to the teach- ers who helped. There was an overflow crowd. It’s great to see so much support for our school and the students.

A special thanks from the community goes to the members of the First Baptist Church of Rockdale who came and presented their Christmas musical at Gause Bapt ist Church on Saturday evening. They did a wonderful job. We all shared a time of fellowship visiting and snacks following the presentation.

In fact, I got to visit with a cousin that I grew up with and his wife who live in Rockdale— Jerry and Kyle Cass. It’s kind of sad that we live near each other and never visit. Lois Wilkins told me she got to visit with some of her relatives also. We members of the Gause Baptist Church were so please to have all visitors who attended.

Chris and Kelly Cooper, Connelly and Cameron, had their Christmas with Chris’s dad and step-mother, Dan and Maxine Cooper, and family members at Lake Conroe on Sunday.


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