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l PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HERALD - THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 2016 Crowd Turns Out to Enjoy King Continued From Page 1A Stankiewicz said that remembering King’s legacy should not be limited to just America but should be cele- brated worldwide. Hogansville native and University of Georgia pro- fessor Dr. Tony Lowe offered a tribute not only to Dr. King, but to the six black students in Hogansville who took the first steps after desegrega- tion to attend what had been a white school. Lowe named all six of those students, calling them foot soldiers in the continu- ing struggle to end racial bar- riers. He called upon city leaders to recognize and honor those six students. He would also speak on the importance of all of the foot soldiers involved in ending racism. In his comments, Lowe said that one of Dr. King’s chief attributes was the abil- ity “to inspire”. ‘ . By Andy Kober NOTABLE CATCH — Hogansville Council member George, . THE KEYNOTE Speaker Bailey (left) made quite a catch getting Atlanta Falcons of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration in Hogansville was Dr. E.L Jimmerson, Pastor of Zion Hill Baptist Church in Luthersville. J immerson also spoke on the legacy of Dr. King, the football great Alfred Jenkins to attend the MLK Day cele- bration. Jenkins is a' native of Hogansville and played foot- ball in Hogansville. struggles of the past, and the By Andy Kober struggles that remain. He CALLING 0N noted the racial barriers that FOOT have come down, but also SOLDIERS— noted those that have Another I remained. Hogansvrlle native, Dr. Tony Cavs Beat Pepperell; Unbeaten in RegiOn By JOHN KUYKENDALL The Callaway Cavaliers had four play- ers to score in double digits to knocked off Pepperell in an important region game Friday night to remain unbeaten in Region 5—AAA by a score of 76-54. Joe Brown scored eight points in the first quarter for Callaway and Dre Martin and Braylon Sanders scored 6 points each to give the Cavaliers a strong 31-9 first quar- ter lead and rolled to an easy victory after that. The Callaway defense was the key to the team’s success. The Cavaliers made steal after steal and used the turnovers to make easy baskets. Brown led the Cavaliers in scoring with 19 points, Martin scored 18, Ernest Patillo scored 13 and Sanders finished the night with 12 points. The Lady Cavaliers are sporting a 3—1 Applause! region record after defeating Pepperell 59— 52 Friday night. 'I‘anesha Johnson and KiKi Owens gave the Lady Cavaliers the push the team need— ed int he final quarter combining for 16 points. Johnson scored 22 points on the night ' and scored nine points in the fourth quar-‘ ter. Owens scored seven of her total 10 points“? on the night in the final eight minutes. Chyna Cameron had a great night inside ' with 18 rebounds and 15 points on the nightf ' Friday night Callaway will travel to Cedartown for another region game. On Saturday the teams will host Valley High and on Tuesday will host Central of Carroll“- in another important region game. The Lady Cavaliers will tip off each night at pm. and the Cavaliers at 7:30 pm. ‘ Please come out and support the ‘ Callaway High teams as they both make a run for the region title and the Class AAA ; state playoffs. Callaway’s Cedric Maynard Earns State Honors 1 By JOHN KUYKENDALL Cedric Maynard, who had a great sen- ior citizen with the Callaway High Cavaliers, has received state honors. Maynard helped lead the Callaway High Cavalier football team to a 10-2 season, the Region 5—AAA Championship and a victo- ry in the state playoffs. He rushed for 2,415 yards and 26 touchdowns on 252 carries this past season and was only 85 yards shy of making history. ‘ If Maynard had rushed for 2,500 yards he would been one of few running backs in the history of Georgia High School foot— ball to rush for 2,500 yards in a season. However, Maynard was selected as a second-team member of the Associated Press All—State football team and was named first—team All-State player on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution All-State team. Wrestlers Flex Muscles Against Columbus As part of the Dr. King Day program, Hogansville city leaders honored one of the city’s native sons, Atlanta Falcon football great Alfred Jenkins, who played wide receiver for the Falcons from- 1975 until 1983. During his career in Atlanta, Jenkins had 360 receptions good for 6,267 yards and 40 touchdowns. Lowe, spoke on the importance of foot soldiers in the continu- ing struggle to bring down racial barriers. By JOHN KUYKENDALL Callaway High wrestlers Gabriel Liranzo, Andrew Thomas, Nick Trammell and Brandon Boddie made senior day a success last week against Columbus High. It was senior day at the school and the four wrestlers were honored before the match began and then, three of them stepped onto the mat and took care of business lifting the Cavaliers to a 42-36 victory. Liranzo got things rolling for the Cavaliers with a pin in the 160 pound class. Then Thomas got a pin in the 170 pound class. Boddie, in his first season, won by forfeit due his oppo- nent not making weight and then earned a 12-7 win in a exhibition match. Justin Kiss, a sopho—' more who has been spec- tactular this season, pinned his opponent in the third period. Hayden Taylor earned a win in the 126 pound class, pinning his opponent from . Columbus in 12 seconds. ' MONICA EVANS, Owner-Broker - 846-2000 PIPER GRESHAM, Agent-577-0267 - HILLARY EVANS FLYNN, Agent-846-2000 Mose 5.3 Renovated - s. In The Heart of Woodbury! 18215 Main s. - Woodury' This home has timeless charm with lots of original details and wrap-around front porch. The comer lot is completely fenced for pets. In-ground pool in back yard is seperater fenced. Detached one car garage/workshop has lots of spacefor storage. Also features a back deck off the glassed-ln back porch. Side back porch ramp and wide hallways and door frames make this home handicapped accessible. Interior features 2159 sqft, 4BRISBA, a huge laundry room with ceramic tile. All floor coverings in home have been updated to laminate tile. Enormous dining room in center of home. Arched doorways lead to kitchen, which offers white appliances custom wood cabinets. Master bath features antiquelook double vanity sink. Bedrooms 2 share jack-Mill bath. Fourth bedroom has hall access to private bath..Family room Is spacious & has two exits to the front porch to enjoy the sights of the quaint town of Woodbury. Only steps away from shopping, dining, schools & parks! $94,900.00 CALL HILLARY EVANS FLYN N --706—846-2000 5130 Fortune Hole Rd. Hamilton GA ATRUE PIECE OF HARRIS OUNTY HISTORY! Th‘shomehxprimitiverools.buthasbeenupdatedwith dithermdemoorwenienoes.Largeangroornw/1of3 origami fireplaces, wide-plank heart pine roots & charm— ing original doorsHardwood & tile throughoutKitchen open to breakfxi area indudes all appliances,natural wood cabinets quaint 1940's farm sink. 2773 sqfl,3BR/2.5BA, brand new wired workshop, 5 acres. $140,500. 1009 IRA PARKS WAY MANCHESTER, GA ATTENTION INVESTORS" Four sided brick ranch with three bedroom and 2 full baths. New roof in 2012 according to tax records. One car attached carport. Two lots for a total of .28 acres. Located at the end of a deadend Street. Fantadlcmvest mentopportuntyl SoldAS lSw'rth nodisclosure. $27,900. An adjacentJ1acreIoris also brsalefor825,000. I 'crurllurrrvrnsrurr 7000402000 2424 Judson Bulloch Rd Manchester NEWLY LISTED BRICK RANCH- 1915+— sqft, 4BRIZBA offers wood look laminate throughout home,tiled baths, living room and seperate den Ruby Street Manchester, GA Nice Investment Opportunity! hree bedroom two bath mobile home built n 2001 on permanent foundation. New cen- ral heat and air, new hot water heater, new - washing machine, used dryer included and new carpet. Total electric home. Fireplace _ . . h . . . _. . Call HIIIal'y Evans Flynn ttgeettfiiifizfitfiaittlifie canHmaryEvansHym lzi'tttgtt‘btttiztittkvt‘nds‘tde'i‘fib aflaChed by breezeway. metal Tom and seperate shower in master ethroom. and 1 am? IOlWIlh fenced from and Front deck over»looking comer lot. Greet bad< Yard- opportunity as an investment/rental property or affordable home ownership! $28,900 9979 WHITEHOUSE PKWY. WOODBURY, GA COUNTRY HOME ON 6 ACRESII 3BR/1BA 121656111, country metal roof. Located between Woodbury 8. Historic Warm Spring. Convenient to hospital. Wrth'rr 30 mirr- utes proximity to Columbus, Thomaston, Lagrange giggyetteville. $51,900. Adjacenta was is also avail- 3 Perry Street Manchester, GA Vinyl exterior, newer windows, new interior paint 8- floor covering, updated kitchen with . ceramic tiled flooring and stow/oven dish- a washer, ZBR/1BA. central heat &air. Small rear deck, outbuilding. City utilities. Great investment property. Close to park, senior center and library. $25,000. 550 Pine Lane Warm Springs, GA UNIQUE FIXER UPPER on picturesque lane with sweeping mountain views. This 605 ranch has so much potential! Features 2 bedrooms and 1 bath on main level, detached bonus/party room, 552 sqfl basement witm bedroom, 1 bath 8. full kitchen. Main levelincludes living room w/vaulted ceiling exposed beams, wood buming brick fireplace real rough-hewn wood paneling. An enclosed finished back porch behind fireplace enlarges common living space 8. lets in lots of natural light through surrounding nwindows. $44,900 kitchen, vinyl exterior & Call Monrca Evans 706-846-2000 curls 7000402000 sip - 922 Linda Lane Va“ ' Manchester, GA V GREAT CONDITION-This brick ranch ofiers a new roof in 2011, new HVAC in 2012. new windows In 2013 Ex all new paint. floor coverings 8. light fixtures! Attractive vinyl tile throughoput kitchen/dining, laundry closet 8. bathrooms. Dark, wood look laminate flooring in living room, hallway all bedrooms. Tiled hall shower has been recently updated wrfresh white tile paint. Master bedroom features en suite bathroom 8. his and hers closets. Kitchen cabinets have a fresh coat of paint 8. ‘ new hardware. Screened porch. $79,900. nmmm ionic-ion Call Hillary Evans Flynn 700-046-2000 dy’f‘tl‘s: 41 2 N. 5th Ave Manchester (next to the Huddle House) OFFICE 706—846—200 FAX 706-846-4487 E-mail: evansre I 79 MINNIE MILL LANE WARM SPRINGS, GA 100% USDA FINANCING AVAILABLK This split floor plan home was built in 20 and offers SBR/ZBA, 1492sqft, large Iivi, g area with fireplace. separate dining area, new floor covean and master bath with garden tub separate shower. Property has viiyl exterior, fenced backyard, large storage bu d- ing. detached carport on .59 acre I t. $115,000. -. 7611 WOODLAND HWY. WOODLAND, GA 8.14 ACRES & HOME 3 Se rate fenced pasture areas, stream, wor hop and multiple/outbuildings. Home has metal roof, vinyl siding, large deck, 3 BR/1 Updat Bath, office/bonus room, custom pine cabinets in kitchen, private setting in Talbot County. $7990) 246 2nd Street Manchester, GA CORNER LOT-Property includes a 1464 sq. foot home with three bedrooms and one bath,hardwood flooring, built in the 30's. This home sits on .34 of an acre. The yard is fenced and Is within walkin of downtown Manchester. This is zoned 1 but can also be a residence. 525.000. 2550 Roosevelt Hwy. Manchester, GA COMMERCIAL LOCATION! Sale includes 20005qlt building‘that is in good - condition. Exterior is wood vlnyl with tin roof, screened back porch and handicapped accessible front ramp. Interior offers 2 large dining areas, bar, fireplace nice bathroom. Seller will sell all interior contents for addition- al costs. $50,000. Call Monica Evans for ap{pointmentto preview. 706-846-2000. 672 Bray Way - Manchester 4 BRI2.5 BA BRICK HOME Open geatroomwilhfireplaoe, formal dining room andlrvrngmnandllaundryroomwilh lotsofstor— .Basernentislinshedandwouldmakeagreal orrnantave.Severalroomsinthehome open uploawrap around sunroom. All the appli- ances Migtewasheranddryetlhehome islocat onaoomerlotandaveryquietstreetin Martdestethargarage&workshop.$125,000. 1464 Whitehouse P . Warm Springs, GlAwy ACRE HUNTER’S DREAM Deer and Turkey galore, wooded acreage lndudlng dove fields. Cabin is about 5 years newinduding 1556800, 3 BRIZBA, grealmom feanrring woodbuming fireplace, seperate din— ing room and nice kitchen with pantry. Private & secluded location near downtown Historic ty@wirjidstream.net SERVING MERIW_'I'IIIER. TALBOT, HARRIS nun SIIRRou'NnI - Residential 0 Land 0 Commercial 0 Farms ,All listings can be previewed at www.realtor.c0m and http://evansrealty.Ge'o a couuTIEs ‘ 115 3RD STREET MANCHESTER, GA NEW PRICE AT $89,900 This beautiful brick traditional home has great bone struc- ture as well as nice charm. The interior is 2000+-sqfl with nice sized rooms including living room with fireplace and cm bookcases, a large dining room and sunroom showcasing French doors, tiled baths and country kitchen with quaint breakfast room. Call Monica Evans 70648452000. 159 COLLEGE ST LUTHERSVILLE, GA 100% USDA FINANCING AVAILABLE This affordable home has 1200qu, 3 BR / 2BA split floor plan, hardwood and ceramic flooring throughout, large living room with fireplace, seperate dining area, hardy plank exterior, rear deck on .49 acres. Only $65,000. Call Monica Evans 706-846-2000 1206 Terrell St. Greenville, GA MANY POSSIBILITIES!!»Property consists of 1.62 acres and includes a detached 2 cargarage. Three story home offers 10,000+ sqft, HER/8.5 tiled Baths, elevator, hardwood floor— ing, oversized dining room, office areas, multiple porches 8- balconies. Kitchen offers 3 ovens, 2 cooktops and large island. Many upgrades. $375,012.00 Shown By Appointment Only 428 OAK rrourrrnrrr non!) ' wnvrrnrv HALL, on MAGNIFICENT HARRIS COUNTY home on 7 acres with 2 bedrooms and an office that could be a 3rd bedroom. Afamily room with fireplace and an undated kitchen with stain- less steel appliances, tile floorin and brick stove top area that is gorgeous ocal point. French doors throughout open up to a court- yard area. There is an RV shed with paved pad, electrical service and separate Septic tank along with 2 storage sheds and a 192 sq. ft. cottage that would be perfect as a home office, playroom or studio. $259,900. Call Hillary Evns tlynn 706-846-2000 Hwy. 85 E. Manchester, GA ONLY $79,901!!!” Very well maintained brick ranch home. nice- ly landscaped on large 1.2 acre lot located outside of Manchester. Property has out— i building dog pen. interior offers 1440 sqft, separate living and dining rooms, 3BR/1.5 - tiled baths, hardwood flooring, den/bonus cIIIIIOIIICIElllli room and laundry room. Kitchen includes refrigerator and stove/oven, heat 8t air is 1 year old and hot water heater is new. County taxes only of $594.00. Shown By Appoinmrent Only! Evans Realty IS a Georgia Mls MGIIIIIGI' 8: columllus Mls Member