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rAGE Z-A nUt,mViLa_ l-lUl1J INI,W- 1 I-iUKDAY, OtN. Jl) /go / *OFF Cavalier Boys Miss Upse i .... lOW monthly payment Loans secured by Houses, Land, Mobile e. [ FrL6d'9)tBadjoGyream" Hot Greenville by Just I 1-800-9256 Greenville 109 Court Sq. Greenville, GA -'Ga Residential Mortgage License* By Bryan Geter The Callaway Cavaliers(14-8, 7-4) came as close as you can get to upset- ting the State AA #5 ranked Greenville Patriots (21-1,11-0) Saturday night before a packed house at the Cavalier's gym before falling 77-76. Callaway took a five point lead, 55- 50, into the final quarter after trailing at the break by four, 37-33. Reggie Jackson had a big night lead- ing the CAVS ,,,,itith 36 points including 26 in the second half. But, he could not get it out of his ind missing a free throw with 11 seconds left to play. Callaway ) Ladies Win RESIDENTIAL 2 Out of 3 SEPTIC CLEANING By Bryan Geter le $ 55 ROWE SEPTIC SERVICE (706) 846-3039 LaGrange Columbus Mon.-Fd. 10-6 / Z Lee Crossing Hamilton Rd. 706-884-2899 706-323-2503 Sat. 10-2 l NOW THRU SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2002 20% OFF ENTIRE STOCK* Regular priced Uniforms, Shoes, Scrubs & Accessories Largest selection of uniforms and scrubs in the area.  ' P9 LADIES TOPS (S-XL) 9 (2X- 5X ..... '11 ) NEED A RIDE? BRING YOUR W-2 Tills CAR'S FOR YOU PAY DOWN AND RIDE! The Callaway Lady Cavaliers won two out of three games this past week to stay atop the State 5AA South sub- region. The Lady CAVS (15-7, 9-2) shocked the Greenville Lady Patriots (8-12, 6-5) Saturday evening before a capacity crowd at Cavalier Gym, 74-41. The Lady Cavaliers outscored Greenville 23-10 in the opening quar- ter and lead at the intermission, 45- 18. Callawayiced the cake in the third period outscoring the Lady Patriots, by 23-8 to pull away 68-26. Rashaun Geter, Carla Winston and Karmarsha Martin all scored in double figures. Geter had 21, while Winston scored 17 and Martin added 16. On Friday night, the Lady CAVS lost for only the second time this sea- son in region play as they felled to Spalding County, 63-60. Head Coach Evelyn Thompson was out of town due to attending a funeral in New Orleans. rvenir_,g. the p,Lady Cavaliei:'6bnded Our Lady of Mercy, 56-39 in region play. Callaway built a 27 point lead after three quarters of play. Callaway led at the break by a 25-13 lead. Geter led the Lady Cavaliers with 22 points and was followed by Martin with 16 and Winston with 10. Callaway will play Pike county on Friday at home and will out the season on the road at Northgate on Saturday. Sub-Region play begins next week on February 5 in Greenville and the Region games will be played at Callaway the foUowing week. Aut01and, Inc. ! LaGRAIUGE 299 Commerce Ave. LaGrange, GA (706) 884-2500 Antiques & " Collectibles Show Febrtmry 1, 2, & 3, 2002 Thousands and Thousands of cUectibles' estate jewelry, glassware, furniture, lines, silver, old toys/tools/advertising. THIS IS A VERY BIG SHOW Admission B. The game had plenty of chances for everyone. There were 15 lead changes, and 11 ties. Coach Terry Hayes said after the game that his CAVS played the Patriots tough, but give credit to Greenville, they made the plays at the end. Brandon Thomas scored 15 for Callaway. Jacob Bray netted 15 points for Greenville. On Friday night, the Cavaliers defeated the Spalding County Jaguars, 57-45, after outscoring them 31-18 in the second half. Jackson led the CAVS with 20 points and was followed by Thomas with 11 and Antonio Tatum added nine. By CLOSE CONTEST - Both teams, the Cavaliers and the Patriots awaits the in Saturday night clash in which Greenville pulled out a needed region Callaway. Pictured above is Greenville's Kelcey Favors (23)looking up Callaway's Jonathan Rutledge (33), Reggie Jackson (11) and Jeffery Ellis. By Bryan Geter RELIABLE - Tatondra Moton brings the ball down the court for the Lady Cavaliers in Saturday's action against rival Greenville. CHS defeated the Lady PATS in a rout, 74- 41. GETTING PHYSICAL- Callaway s "floor" as he chases down the , turday night in LaGrange. Greenville s Ogletree tries to defend the pla.y. The edged the Cavaliers, 77-76. Callaway buil point lead after three quarters of play. led at the break by a 25-13 lead. Hogansville Men Face Charges for Cocaine Meriwether County Sheriff's Deputies arrested irvin Lee Belcher, 41, Randall Belcher, 44, and John W. Pike, 41, all of Hogansville charging them with V.G.C.S.A. Possession of Cocaine. Sheriff Steve Whitlock said deputies noticed the vehicle Pike was driving weaving on the roadway, and when he was stopped, deputies recognized Irvin Lee Belcher as a passen- ger. Deputies knew there was an outstanding warrant for Violation of Probation on Belcher. Deputies asked for consent to search the vehicle Pike was driving and after giving deputies permission to search, seven small bags of suspected crack cocaine were found. In addition to V.G.C.S.A. Possession of Cocaine, Irvin Lee Belcher was arrested on two Violation of Probation warrants issued out of Meriwether and Fayette Counties. Meriwether County Sheriff's Deputies recovered a 1996 GMC Jimmy that was reported stolen to the Pine Mountain Police Department. The vehicle was located abandoned on Winter Road by deputies. The vehicle was valued at $14,000.00. It was turned over to Pine Mountain authorities. WELCOMED- Mr. Mrs. Darrell announce the birth their son, Thomas Neese, December 9, 2001 has two big Jackalin and Maternal are Hazel Maternal mother is Myrtie Paternal g Linda Neese. His er is the former Freeman. Several Earn Degrees At University of The following students have been awarded de: the University of Georgia: Jaime Nicole Jennifer Lee McGhee of Hogansville, Mu. hy of Grantville. Dr. Burke Steps Down as Missionary By Bryan Geter Dr. Billy Burke, Western Associational Missionary Director in Newnan, retired at the end of December after serving the 58 church asso- ciation for the past eight years and nine months. Burke was born in Warren, Arkansas but moved to Georgia at an early age and graduated from Hoganse High School in 1957. Burks worked in Corpus Christie, Texas and Los Angeles in 1957-58 after grad- uation and joined the army in 1958 and served his country for eight years until 1966. Burke said he was called to preach the Gospel while in Vietnam in February, 1966 but didn't surrender to preach until August, 1968 at the Antioch Baptist Church, the church he grew up in. It was at Antioch that I was licensed and ordained under Rev. Monroe Driver, my men- tor, he stated. Burke said he pastored five churches, two in Alabama and three in Georgia. "I retired as the associa- tional director," Burke said, "but I will never retire from preaching. I love to preach His Word." Today, Burke is the inter- im pastor of the Franklin Baptist Church, where is preaching and enjoying his ministry. Burke's wife, Helen Inez Allen of Hogansville, died in 1997. The couple also had a son, Tracy Scott, to pass away in March of 2001. His daughter, Carol Sue Crum lives in Grantville. He has two grandchil- dren, Josh and Courtney. In 1998, Burke married Betty Duncan, a minister's widow of the Western Association and they resides at 402 Green Ave. in HogansviUe. She has four chil two grandchildren. Dr. Billy Burke On Tuesday night, the defeated Our Lady Jackson scored 32 points test and Jonathan Rutledge and Jeffrey Ellis contributed 10. Callaway jumped out to quarter lead and led at the break,. Callaway played Lamar ( Tuesdav and will close out the re season this weekend with Pike Ca at home on Friday and will Sharpsburg on Saturday to Northgate Vikings. The Sub-Region start on February. 5-9 at and the Region Tournament played at Callaway beginning 13 16.