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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JAN. 16 2003 l.0000yso00 o,, l Callaway Girls Win B" PARK MEAD()W APARTMENfS 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator qual I]c,INN qj,j[bl',tll)ll) By BRYAN GETER The Callaway Lady Cavaliers won three big region basketball games last week to improve its record to 8-5 and 4- 2 in the region. The Lady Cavaliers crushed the Lady Manchester Blue Angels on lhesday evening by 40 points, winning the contest, 63-23. Callaway outscored the Blue Angels 39-9 in the second half by using aggres- sive defense to cause several turnovers room with the momentum, The Lady CAVS turned it around early in the third quarter. Manchester were only trailing by ten points at the intermission, 2-14. Coach Jason Arledge said after the game, even if the game is out of hand, there is something more that can be learned. "I try to show that by example from the bench," he said. "We teach our play- ers that they need to play hard no mat- ter what the score is." On Saturday evening, the Lady Pirates in a big way, defeated them, 13 at home. Callaway led 37-10 at the break held Pike County to only three points the second half. "The girls are becoming more fident in themselves more confident they have the better will play." Sharcarra Pickett led the way wi 14 points and was followed Karmarsha Martin with 12. The Lady Cavaliers defeate B anchester oys went Beat into the locker Pike, Cavaliers defeated the Pike county lmdy Fall to Crawford Cra, County on g Fridiy eoen;g [  'ANGE I e ii!ii!ii!iiii i i ntel  i::: US 27, New Franklin Road kaGrange, GA (706) 882-2576 By BRYAN GETER ::i%iiJ CREDIT PROBLEMS? Due to Bankruptcy, Divorce, Luens, Lay-offs? WE CAN HELP! ! ! On-The-Spot Approvals & Delivery Curtis-The USE YOUR W-2 AS A Credit Doctor DOWN PAYMENT! Call Curtis...The Credit Doctor 1-800-772-4389 or (706) 882-2576 FREE CALL! 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Callaway outscored the Pirates, 12- 2 in the opening quarter and never looked back. Reggie Jackson led the CAVS with 22 points and Carl Epps cMpped in 14 and Bryan Jackson netted 10. Callaway led 32-22 at the break. The third and fourth quarter belonged to Pike County as they outscored the CAVS, 14-12 and 21-13, respectively, but Callaway bounced back in OT to win by ten points. Callaway lost a heartbreaker on Friday by blowing a 12 -point fourth quarter lead to Crawford County and losing 61-59 at Roberta. Manchester defeated the Cavalie] last 1hesday, 58-50. The Cavaliers got to within fou  . .. uea points in the third quarter after trauel 1 St ing, 27 22 at the break. As y The Blue Devils took control mi&ob .- . . Ill way m the fmal period and never look3cile back. Owers, eighb( Jackson scored 21 points for till r a CAVS and Brandon Thomas added 12.rawfo i By Bryan Geter REMEMBERING 911 - Pictured above are four of the HogansviJle Police Department who took part in the 911 i, service in Greenville, remembering the infamous day of September 11,2001. (I-R) Officer Cory Keele, Officer Samantha Dunklee, Chief Guy Spradlin and Investigator Tony Lattimor. Not pictured is Sgt. Tommy Hatcher. '" ' ]['Orl I ::: :. :i :::i !i :: : iii" !:'" ! :: :i : : :,: :, ;:i:: i::i:! ! i" : :: :i:::ii i:,i'::: :,i ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:::i:'i ::: ::i ::i:::i::::iii: : ::iii::i:::: i::::::i i:"::::i i-::::':: :i:.::!i::::! :)':::: !::!i:iir;# gi: N ,. ..:.,a .. ::.:=:. : : i ::i:.:i:i:iii::ii::,ii:.:/:ii :i::i"ii i: :: : :i:: ii i:. "i iii  .: ...iii::iii::i, , ::!. ::iii. ::i ...:::: :: ::::. ii::::ii:;ii&A!;:i#;i!i     = , ....... .,I'd like somebody to mention that day, that Martin Luther King, Jr. tried to give his life serving others. I'd like somebody to say that day that Martin Luther King, Jr. tried to love somebody... By: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.. (January 15, 1929 - April 4, 1968) On last Saturday, January 11, Mrs. Mary S. Miller of Grantville was hon- ored with a surprise birthday dinner at the Golden Corral in Newnan. Mrs. Miller's birthday was January 13th. Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mr. David D. "Bud" Johns of Grantville in his death. Wishing you peace and comfort. Happy anniversary goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Dedric (Nata) Watkins on their 2rid on January 20. We wish them many, many more! We're happy to report that Mrs. Annette Ellis Culpepper of Manchester is home from the hospital and doing nice- ly. A very special happy birthday wish goes out to Mrs. Christine Jones of Cleveland, Ohio and her twin sister, Mrs. Ernestine Hunter of Atlanta, remem-  bered by their mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosser of Grantville. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Annie Mad Talley of Grantville in her death. May you rest in peace. We're sorry to report that Mrs. Mary' Nell Rosser is still a patient at WGMC. We wish her a speedy recovery! Happy birthday wishes go out to the following people: Minister Lincoln Boddie, Mr. Rodney Blalock, Mr. Kenneth Bohannon, Mr. James Edward Brown, Ms. Lula Burston, Mr. Bill Clements, William Daniel, Jr., grandson of Ms. Myrtice Daniel, Demetrius Dean, Shandra Dean, Mrs. Rosa Ellis, in mem- ory of Mr. John Henry Ellis, in memo- ry of Mrs. Willie Pearl Booker, Mr. Tony ran. Hines, Mr. David Dean, Mrs. Marie Collins, Ms. Mattie C. Harris, TaCorit Spa Java Hines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jam&aUce, t (Mary) Hines, in memory of Mrs. Ethnlit, ct Leigh, Mrs. Carol F. 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