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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 2001 ra(,r; 3-A i&apos;upils Citea!frPerfectAnendance I Gordon College ,  The following students were Second Grade Javatae Brown, Tanya lJnored at Hogansville Courtney Jackson, Daxx Thompson, Jordon Douglas, qb'Wbimentary for'perfect atten- McGhee, Markeisha Robinson, Josh Boyd, Jakeva Brown, nce for the second nine week Tecorius Sasser, Anna JessicaHatcher, La'Shanquita  N\\;.J <%llY s,rs-M (). (;..(),,:(;IA ! custof rid: progra Pre-K Chase Freeman, Kelea fmson. ich to [ K-S .s on ul Anthony Coggin, Luke xmetinirruss, Tyrell Tigner, Terrace .'oens, William McGhee. custo First Grade .their Jackalin Neese, Amberly ext bill ill, Jake Wilson, Billy Martin, 'andon Stroud, Shyniece ....._.dson. tes Group ell, osts Speakers A Diabetes Focus Group McDwul meet at the Coleman :. and CoJmmunity Health Center iversatin LaGrange at 6:30 P.M. January 25th with sched- s, luled speakers: Wanda Lowe and Luane Cranston. This is a support group d PreSfor diabetes and/or their Cogcaregivers that meets the last ]hesday of each month. 1, or more information, call Tiffs812-2468. Evan ler, and ly,'Pope Awarded Christopher M. Pope of ..J?yogansville has been pre- I row ent &lex ed with the Phi Delta shhi. Scholarship at Mercer iVIrs universitySouthern School . " f Pharmacy. The scholarship was _presented during the ,,-cs hool's honors luncheon k 1 held during the fall semes- ter. k_ Pope is a third-year /Pharmacy student and is rinse son of Hogansville res- *'A=Slidents Luther and Brenda e St. King. Pope earned a bachelor e ,f arts in biochemistry '80from LaGrange College. For 11 consecutive !I t s, v s N,  Worla - axeport has ranked Mercer t i/l-, ..g the leading region- al colleges and universities 001 inthe south. dSChoir Forming tin! The Sons of Lafayette mtmity men's chorus for y Male Choir, an area corn- men in the East Alabama 10 and West Georgia area, will ihol an organizational eeting at 7 o'clock on iOnday evening, January ")', at First Presbytermn Uhurch, 120 Broad Street, tGrange. ------4--- Howington. Meagan Sharp, Bubba McKuchan, Sequoyan Russell, Michael Bowen, Joshua Cook, Raven Evans. Third Grade Carrisa Bussie, Kiera Rhodes, David Rutledge, Houston Shelnutt, Latisha Mitchem, Meridith Sinns. Andrew Waters, Samantha McGhee, Jacob Haynes. Fourth Grade Heather Richardson, Deunjay Sasser, Andrew Green, Bussie, Alvieal Godfrey, Bernard Phillips, Chaderian Rosser, Megan Seymour, Troy Tidwell. Fifth Grade JaQuita Seaborn, Kimberty Thompson, Drew Williamson, Heather Adams, Cynthia Jones, Anjanette McDowell, Demario McDowell, Carmen Wheelus, Christen Wheelus, " Amber Freeman, Jonathan Green, Kasey McWhorter. COMING SOON - The Antioch Baptist Church will have its annu- al "Wild Game Feast" next month. Each year the men of the church hunts the game and catches the fish for a mouth-watering feast. Last year, a large group of men devoured wild turkey, rabbit, squir- rel and catfish. Pictured above Austin Dorrough (L), the rabbit hunter, and Elmer Williams, the fisherman, who said he caught this large filet of salmon at Ingles. Mountville News Mountville United Methodist Women met January 15 at the home of Helen Thrash. President Thrash presented the program and led the group in making plans for the New Year 2001. UMW members participat- ing in the program included: Clara Andrews, Angela Chambers, Wanda Costley, Gayla Jones, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome, Leslie Pike, Helen Thrash, Mae Towns, Susan Whitlock, Alma Wood, all of Mountville; and Marty Wagner of Moreland. "Thank you" notes were shared with the women's soci- ety for the Christmas season projects. These included food, poinsettias, gift certificates delivered to the sick and shut- ins of the church community; and a contribution to the chil- dren's "Wish List" at Ethel Harpst Home. Reports were given by Treasurer Gayla Jones and Secretary Mae Towns. Following the reports, the women's society made plans to increase the annual district pledge. Vice President and Program Chairman Leslie Pike complet- ed plans for members who will volunteer to present a program or serve as hostess for the monthly meetings during the year. President Thrash presented the program, and reviewed highlights of last year's UMW mission work. In addition, she explained the purpose and basic structure of the UMW, as well as the responsibilities of each officer. The next meeting of the Mountville UMW is scheduled for February 12, 7:00 p.m., at the home of Calvin and Leslie Pike. Wanda Costley will 15res- ent a program on "Women of the Old Testament." PAY OFF ALL YOUR BILLS One low monthly payment. Loans secured by Houses, Land, Mobile Homes & Land. Good or Bad Credit From 6.9% to 30 years. '- 1-800-.302. Greenville Mortgage Corp. 109 Court Sq. Greenville, GA II Come t_Q our a__ss a special guest! Visitation Day at Gordon: /hat :hey 127 Main St. LaGrange, GA Attention Parents: our chil 2 biffing trouble "tn 00chooi ES YOUR CHILD NEED HELP WITH SPECIFIC SUBJECTS. 9 COME BY THE APPLECORE AND MEET WITH CONSULTANT KAY ELAM TO LEARN WHAT YOU CAN DO TO GET YOUR CHILD ON TRACK. The Appleaore Tel: 706-812-9485 Planting seeds of success f FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 (1 P.M. -- 3 P.M.) " 4 ; \\; : :y; L/L,][ On Visitation Day, you and your family will experience life at ". Gordon College. You will receive a warm welcome, and the opportunity to: Tour the Beautiful Gordon College Campus Meet Faculty and Staff J Receive Admissions, Financial Aid and Scholarship Information J Visit Classes i - Interact with Students J Explore the Dorms For more information and to reserve a space, please call the Admissions Office at 770-358-5023 or 1-800-282-6504. Gordon College 419 College Drive Barnesville, GA 30204 www.gdn.peachnet.edu Nurses make a difference every day in the lives they touch. If your dream is to become a nurse, we can help you make that difference. Founded in 1967, the George E. Sims Nursing Scholarship program has awarded almost 900 scholarships to nursing students. Specifically, the Sims Scholarship,program pays for all costs associated with fulfilling the requirements of a nursing degree, including: " up to two year's tuition for nursing education at any accredited school of nursing; ,r room and board for students attending a nursing program outside their hometown; " books and lab fees; " required insurance to participate in the nursing program. What's more--after you complete your nursing program, you have a job waiting for you at West Georgia Health System, which offers a top-notch preceptor program to give you one-on-one support and guidance as you begin your new career. The scholarships are awarded based on the applicant's scholastic record, character, leadership qualities, participation in student and community activities, Nursing Aptitude Test* and personal interviews. The applicant also must furnish proof that he or she has met entrance requirements into an accredited school of nursing. To learn more about the Sims Scholarship program or to request an application, please contact: West Georgia m ,: 'Health System Glenda Jones West Georgia Health System 1514 Vernon Road LaGrange, Georgia 30240 (706) 845-3722 THE DEADUNE FOR RETURNING THE COMPLETED APPUCATION IS FEBRUARY 23, 2001. * Each applicant will be required to take a Nursing Aptitude Test, which will be administered at LaGrange College on January 18 and February 8. To schedule the Nursing Aptitude Test, please call (706) 880-8269. Funded by the Fuller E. Callaway Foundation