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] HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - JANUAR; 27, 2000 - PAGE 3 00a-a]ina Potter Named Hogansville 00:00blie. Library0000_00 YoUthHogansvilleLibrarianfor ",;rrCheatham Gottshall year. ident of many teaching reading and is T;.oo:,::llne:bp:eLibratY s theSehxtiS:iurralaYntrkicgi; Y;tt:r?nd s tawr:iedhtidTin m, t:ct:d::$tth e ;pprtnUtiY e aoma, ls Youth Librarian. "Great Leaps" to the third and Kellie, 17, and Alan, 11, are library. Her love of books and :, ben,. Potter received her fifth grades. "Great Leaps," a reading improvement pro- gram, helps students to make a leap to the next level in their reading skills. Mrs. Potter has been ares- Whilent at Georgia Baptist $795.0al in Atlanta. And all l R.  L whatever ye shall ask violatiyer, believing, ye shall ear; fe. Wolfe, ppy anniversary wishes ,15.00; [to Mr. and Mrs. Reagen l S. Fna Vanni) Ellison, who d), bot Hebrating their 4th wed- hnniversary January 27. dsh them many, many ieigvi r belated sympathy goes the family of Mr. Tony Ln.f Grantville in his death. inforUSt away[ d're sorry to report that tg sol--ucinda Colton of Lone Oak is a patient at WGMC. We wish her a speedy recovery. Please remember the sick and convalescing in your prayers: Mrs. Margaret Culpepper, Mrs. Dorothy T. Clements, Mrs. Wenonah E. Leigh, Mrs. Ella Ruth Overton, and Ms. Thelma Wisdom. Happy birthday wishes go out to the following people: Jelissa Tyrvesha Colton, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jason (Valerie) Colton, Mr. Donald Daniel, Julian Gerald Elder, in memory of Ms. Annette Bohannon, Mrs. Jannette H. Gilliam, Dustin Deon Godfrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Arenita) Godfrey, Ms. Keisha to 4indi ' 00arij0000wman to Speak at welgm, along , jlends00 of Library Dinner to was 'as chaGrang e Nickelodeon series "DOUG," appr an, , which airs Saturday mornings lspectejr ano performer, will on ABC. One of his current proj- native Fred award-winning at the annual dinner hag of the Friends of 'f'SstreetDe] nge College Library on ijuana iary 14. [wman's talents span the p band and include: live [1 : nances; the creation of ual00 in such movies as lins", "Who Framed f. Rabbit?", and "Harry ,kmthe Hendersons"; and ;,,,,, a. winning WOrk With the stra I plic te!evhion and f-or, al blic  }!o.  yste an authored thebest-sell- lay, f humor book Iigh . thSounds,,, a tongue-in- ea fro guide to noise making, its tenth printing. is also the original designer, music eompos- director of the ects, a new multimedia and phonics television series, "Between the Lions," will debut in February. This April he will bring his stories and music to hundreds of Georgia fifth- graders as part of "SPARK" and "Celebrate the Arts!," spon- sored by Callaway Gardens The Friends of the Library annual dinner will be held at the Callaway Auditorium at 7 p,m.&daxed registration is required due to limited seating. Tickets are $12 per person and reservations are available by mailing a check to the Friends of the LaGrange College Library, LaGrange College Box 86,601 Broad Street, LaGrange, GA 30240. Call 706-812 7234 for more information. Necessary Requirements High School or GED equivalent Valid State of Georgia Driver : License Must be able to work weekends Ability to perform the essential functions of the job rts will! me. bM, T 13 at vers tess. 1  refre  , P le busil were .ook: t ddent; sident; ag se, respon( oore, ins, pal nmitte llows: ise Jon{ Calla ; HortJ etty Ld Ruth! rnette January 27 Elizabeth McDaniel Kenneth Hines M/M Wesley Duffey January 28 Brittany Helton Prances Hines mark Jones Matt bussey Tommy Hawk January 29 Brad Brock Paul Prescott Scotty Burke January 30 Dianne Allen Laura Lee Tiffany Matt Searls Nellie Evans Patricia Cato M/M Wade Gaddy Frank Spradlin January 31 Jackie Wade Johnny Leverett Jonathan Kowalik Laudsara Rhodes Alexander Shannon Davis Mildred Crawford February 1 Cathy Keith Chip Clay Crystal Williams David Cash M/M James Allen February 2 Betty White Bryan Pike Daphne Sprayberry Jay Boyd M/M Donny Gaddy 30 Bed Assisted Living Facility ~ Specialized Aizheimer's Wing ~ _ B.eautifl mountain top location in Warm ap.ngs, o. erln& a variety of services for older allults in an e " " vironment which provides freedon security and opportunities for llui development Call for Information or a Visit (706) 655-2588 Fax: (706) 655-2718 P.O. Box 39 2525 Whitehou Parkway Warm Springs, Georgia 12 miles from CaUaway Gardens 1 mile from Little White Houae & Warm Springs Village l students at Callaway. She is a member of Highland Baptist Church and enjoys singing in the choir. Mrs. Potter expressed great enthusiasm for her role Godfrey, niece of Ms. Laura H. Woods, Ms. Vinnie Beatrice Grady, Mr. MacArthur Hamilton, Mr. Bobby Hardy, Amanda and April Heard, granddaughters of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus (Mandy) Heard, Sr., Ms. Linda C. Hines, Mr. Allen Jackson, Scotty Owens, Euell M. Parks, Mr. Kendrick Parks, Mr. Claudell Phillips, Mr. Johnny Pinson, Mr. Barry Rutledge, Mr. Wylie Sewell, Mrs. Josephine Tenney, Mr. Billy Ward, Mr. Scotty Render, Mr. Anderson Portress, in memory of Mr. Harrison Ward, Jr., Mr. Gene L. Freeman, Jermery Houston, son of Mrs. Margaret Houston, and Chaka Wheelous, daughter of Ms. Melissa Wheelous. The White Plains United Methodist Church in St. Marks invites everyone to their Children & Youth Day on Sunday, January 30 at 11 a.m. with guest preacher Rev. Emmitt Clark of Grantville. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasley, asso- ciate pastor. Think About It: If you want to see a shorter winter, borrow money that's due in the spring. commitment to family litera- cy makes her a real asset to the library. She is looking forward to developing a fun program of activities for the Summer Reading Club. Come in and welcome her to our staff. An opportunity to make a difference was presented to librarians and library board members at Legislative Day on January 20. Those attending discussed two topics that are very impor- tant for Georgia libraries. To continue to provide quality service to our citizens, addi- tional funding is needed. A new construction program to remodel and build new library facilities is being considered by the state legislature. Another measure concerns the need to raise the per capi- ta funding provided for the purchase of books. The cost of books continues to increase but the funding has not been increased in many years, so libraries are able to buy fewer books each year. You can help by letting your state legislators know that you support increased funding for books and facility construction in your state library system. ] Announcement I I I I II Master Hanners Mr. and Mrs. David Christopher Hanners of Brooks Georgia announce the birth of their son, David Christopher Hanners, Jr. on Tuesday December 21, 1999 at 5:22 p.m. He weighed 9 lbs. 7 oz. and was 20 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Rosann Fuller of Fargo, North The calendar for this week is showing meetings of the Downtown Development Authority, the Georgia Fund for Technical and Adult Education, the Heard County Development Authority, the Presidential Pathways Travel Association Executive Committee, and Georgia's U.S. 27 Association. This is also the week of the Leadership Troup Retreat for the Class of 2000, the Georgia Economic Developers' Association Legislative Luncheon, and the introduction of the Georgia Department of Industry, Trade & Tourism's new Deputy Commissioner for Tourism to the Historic South Region of Georgia (which includes Presidential Pathways). The LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce - always at work for you. Dakota and Roger Fuller of Reading Pennsylvania. Paternal grandparents are Earl and Scarlett Hanners of Brooks The paternal great grandmother is Dorothy St. Clair of Hogansville. The mother is the former Amy Fuller. Past Credit Past Credit Prnblems? WE CAN HELH Earn 00'tm Money- Work for Census 2000 Census 2000 is recruiting individuals to help take the Census in communities across the country. This job offers flexible hours, competitive pay, and work close to home. If you want a second job or are retired, it's perfect! Most Census field jobs last approximately four to six weeks. We provide training and mileage reimbursement, and we pay our Census takers and crew leaders weekly. We need you, so call us now. Do it now! 1-888-325-7733 www.census.gov/jobs2000 TDD 1-800-341-1310 The Census Bureau s an Equal Opportunity Emoloyer AN IMPORTANT JOB--THAT PAYS Submitted photo NEW LIBRARIAN - Tina Potter is the new Youth Librarian a Hogansville Public Library. We would like to invite everyone in the Luthersville, Hogansville and surrounding area to visit our salon. 770-583-2210 6056 Hwy 29 Grantville of La range S M A R T M 0 V E " The City of LaGrange is currently seeking applications for the position of Community Service Supervisor. This is a Part-Time position and reports to the Community Service Director with the LaGrange Police Department. The successful candidate will perform supervisory work and participate in enforc- ing rules and regulations, of defendants that are assigned to community serv- ices from State, Superior, Municipal Court, and Troup County Correctional Institute. Some judgement is required with control of defendants. Salary range is $7.20 - $11.17 per hour. Closing date is January 28.2000. Human rces Department City of LaGrange or 200 Ridley Avenue LaGrange, GA 30240 Apply by Interact: www.lagrange-ga.org Department of Labor 1002 Longley Place LaGrange, GA 30240 NEW HOPE FOR STROKE SURVIVORS William C. Flanagan, Jr., M.I). announces the opening of GEORGIA NEUROSTR(' - CENTER (One of two in the U.S.) .Reversing Stroke Deficits regardless of severity o time since stroke occured .Closed Head lniuries .Chronic Migraines not responding to conventional treatment St. Francis Medical Park, Suite A-2 Columbus, Georgia 31904 For Appointments and Information (706) 323-4109 Dr. Flanagan is a stroke survivor who understands your needs...