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4--HOGANSVILLE HERALDTHURSDAY , FEBRUARY 4, 1999 will finance with small down payment. Call 706-685-3300. (#190*II:12-TFNp)I PUSH, PULL OR DRAG We want your trade. Earn top dollar for your old home and fall in love with one of ours. 706-685-3300. (#191*II:12-TFNp)I A DOLLAR AND A DEED And pick out a home. 1-800-687-0190 or 706-685-3302. (#192"1 I:I2-TFNp)I GOOD CREDIT/BAD CREDIT We can help. 1-800-678-0190. $1,000.00 down payment assistance. (#193"11:12*TFNp) 1 RENT TO OWN 2 Br, 1 Ba, $175.00 per month. For information call 1-800-678-0190. (#194*II:I2-TFNp)l 6. FOR SAI.E Miscellaaeous I. I:()R SAI.E Real Estate H.U.D. APPROVED HOUSING Now taking applications on 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. 706-685-3300; 1-800- 6788-0190. (#188"11:12-TFNp)I TURNED DOWN FOR A ltOME OF YOUR OWN? Talk to the bank. Guaranteed approv- als, easy and quick. 706-685-3300. (#189"1 I:I2-TFNp)I HOUSE WITH A YARD Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath with land- scaped yard and pets welcome. Owner 2. FOR RENT Real Estate RENTERS WANTED Now filling 3 and 4 bedrooms. Small 4) Brick - Frame - Double Wides with Land 4) Condos & 2 to 4 Family Dwellings • Non-owner Occupied Propaes • Mixed Use Proparbes • Debt Consolidations • Homo Improvement Loan • Lower Monthly' Payments by as much as 1/2 EXAMPLE LOANS AT 8% RATE AMbUNT 180 MONTHS 360 MONTHS $10,000.00 $96.56 N/A $20,000.00 $191.13 $146.76 $30,000.00 $266 70 $220.1 $50,000.00 $477.83 $366.88 $:5,000.00 $716.74 $550.32 (I_OAHS FROM $10,000 Io $500,130000) GEORGIA RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE LICENSEE ,;it: .... • Pay High Rate Credit Cards • Pay Out of Bankruptcy • Less Than Perfect Credit OK • Fr Quots To You On Phone • No Application Fees Up Front • I O to 30 Year Tqrms Available • Rates Subpct to Char, ge • Some Restrictions Ap I.L.  19. ItEI.P WANTED (Part-Time) 29. L()OK AT Tills CONCORD MORTGAGE 40 ABSOL|ITE AUCTION SAT., FEB. 20 • 10:00 A.M. Valley Tractor & Trailer 6855 Hwy. 27 • Pine Mountain, GA -- OWNER RETIRING -- VEHICLES: '31, Ford Model A, '96 Ford Ranger XLT, '91 MustangConvertible, '87 Nissan 200SX, 86 Ford Ranger Ext. Cab, '86 Ford Bronco 114WD, 81 Mercedes 240D, '77 Mercedes 450SL, '73 Ford Bronco 4WD, 73 Ford F250, '72 Chev. C60 Dumptruck, Int'l Har-vester 1/2-Ton Pickup. RECREATIONAl. VFHICLES: '74 FMC 29' Motorcoach. HEAVY EQUIP.: Thomas 2331 D Steer Skid Loader, New Holland T550 Trencher, Ford 445 Backhoe, Bobcat Bucket w/New Quick-Catch Teeth, TRAC- TORS: Ford 3000, Ford 2000, Ford 3000 w/Bush Hog, 2 Ford 8N, John Deere 1010, John Deere MT w/Hydraulic Lift, Jacobsen w/Foldaway Greens Cutter. MISC. EQUIP.: EZ-Go Golfcarts (5), Cushman Carts (2), MTD Riding Lawn Mower, Jacob- sen Riding Lawn Mower, Cultivators (6), Rotary Cutters, Plows, Harrows, Spreaders, 6' Drag Box, Vermeer Chipper, 400-Gal. Water Tank/Failer, 400-Gal. Waste Fuel Tank/Trailer, Bobcat 225G Generator, Hotsy Pressure Washer, Trash Pump, Jet Heater, Chop Saw, Scroll Saw, Nailer, Rotary Hammer, Welders, Compressors, Engine Hoist, Misc. Scaffolding, Log Splitter, Asst. Shop Tools, 12 Trailers (Asst. Sizes), Tow Dollies (2). COLLECTIBLE TOYS: Antique Metal Cars, Trucks, Tractors & Heavy Equip., 1923 Ives Electric Train Set (Engine & 2 Cars), Metal Sign Reproductions. INSP.: Fn., Feb. 19, 9-4. DIR.: From 1-85, take Exit 14; go South 4-1/2 mL Sale site is on the left at the comer of U.S. 27 & Ebenezer Church Rd. Watch For Auction Signs. TERMS: Cash, Cashier's Check. 5% Buyer's Premium. CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME FOR ABSOLUTE AUCTION[ deposit. Ready to set up on your land or mine. 706-685-3300. (#187*11:12-TFNp)2 FOR SALE Rye seed for sale. Cleaned, treated and bagged. Call 1-334448-6350. (#223-H* 10:30-TFNp)6 FACTORY CLOSEOUT! Must make room for incoming inven- tory. Arch Steel Buildings 16x20,25x25, 30x40. Financing available. Great for backyard shops and garages. Call im- mediately 1-800-341-7007. (#5-H*l:28;2:4p)6 FACTORY CANCELLATIONS! Buy Arch steel buildings now and save Many buildings at factory unde- liverable due to the snow storms. Fi- nancing available. Call immediately 1- 800-341-7007. (#8-H'2:4,1 lp)6 FACTORY CLEARANCE! Arch-Type steel buildings. Undelivered/cancelled orders. Dis- counts available for immediate deliv- ery. 25x30, 30x60. Ask about financ- ing. Call now while supplies last. 1- 800-991-9251. (#9-H*2:4,11p)6 LIBRARY ASSISTANT Part-time library assistant (19 hours weekly) at Hogansville Library. l)u- ties: Circulation desk, shelving, and assisting patrons. Working evenings, Saturdays, and computer knowledge required. Applications accepted through February 9th. Apply in per- son to Ms. Got tshall, Branch Manager. (tN-H*I:28;2:4c) 19 WANTED 5 homes in your county to demonst rate and advertise premium vinyl siding and replacement windows. Save hundreds $$$. No gimmicks! Satisfaction guaranteed. Call now It} i qualify24hours a day. 1-800-403-0477. (#3-H*I: 14-TFNp)3 CIVIC GROUP WANTED For money making project. Sponsor nice Carnival and share in ALL income. No financial obligation. Phone (888) 664-5610 for FREE literature. II i / / I I "Jlt['.l ;{ 1] rilJl iTl  ;]lJl. [.] li[.a[i.l i lhi|l111 [ j Come join Us! We offer: New & Used Homes for sale • Homes for rent • Newly developed.lots for rent We pride ourselves i ting a family oriented community. Weare Iled in e quiet, small town of Hogansville and are just one mile from 1-85. 706-637-8130 i Wayne Evans Auction Company, Inc. (706) 324-0344. GA Lic,# 165. (800) 282.8460 ;Fast, Friendly Sales & Service - Over 300 Vehicles To Choose From - "We Have The Car For You" - 6/15 mos. to pay vs. 3/4 years. AUTO SALES From light bulbs to brakes to complete motor !ransmission work - we do it all. "We Service What We 5ell" SERVICE DEPT. • Paint Shop • Sunroof Installation • Glass Shop • Wrecker Service "Free Estimates" : :i-:ii.!.!!: 2! :.: ::::::,:, : :::-::4. i  ; !: :i:.i.::i:ii:i:i:t!!: iii i i iii STACEY WAGNER, a fourth- grader in Ms. Massengale's class at Hogansville Elemen- tary, recommends one of the library's new biographies. She read Shoes for Everyone: A Story about Jan Matze/iger written by Barbara Mitchell. She says, "He invented a shoe maker machine that knocked shoe makers right off their feet." She appreciates her shoes and appreciates Jan Matzeliger's contribution to the shoe mak- ing industry. Small ttog Operation Payment Sign-up The USDA Fam Service Agency will be conducting at sign-up lot the Small Hog Operation Payment (SHOP) Program February 1-12, 1999. The S ItOP program offers di- rect cash payments to small hog pro- ducers to help Ihcfn weather the cur- rent economic crisis. Producers qualify for the direct cash pay,,c::!,; if their hog operation marketed fewer lhan 1,000 hogs dur- ing Ώhe last six monlhs of 1998, and is still in opcr;ition. Two restriclions apply to the StIOP program. First, hog otYcralions ;u'c ,,)1 eligible lbr payments on hogs marketed under fixed-prick or cost-plus contracts. Second, any otxxalion whose gross income for 1998 was greater lhan $2.5 million will not bc eligible for payments. Producers will be paid up to $5 per slaughter-weight hog (or feeder pigs and other swine) multiplied by the number of hogs (up to 5{)0) marketed during the last six monlhs of 1998. The actual payment may be less than $5, given the limited funding avail- able. The inztxilnuna i)aymel}l that will bc paid to any operation is $2,500. Payments will tx made :lbout two to three weeks :filer the end of the sign- up period. For more SIiOP mlormation con- tact the local Farm Service Agency ,.)flicc loc:tlcd at 580 D Highway 34 East. Newnan or call 770-251-4282. ( Advertise In The Hogansville Herald You will do better with us. Call 706-846-3188 Dan Stout A POEM AND OPINION By M. Rosser Lunsford (Poet Laureate Putnam County) Shadows That Walk There are shadows that walk my floor at night, sometimes bringing anxiety and fright; 1 know in my mind they are kin passed on, for who could forget one of their own.. Even from their graves I know they still care, for no love was dead when we put them there; every single day they are still around, for love doesn't die with six feet of ground... I still try in vain to speak to them all, but death is final on e:h with his call; happy I am the shadows never balk, for the lime will come when our shadows will walk... i Cavalier Basketball No Home Court Advantage For Greenville The Patriots fell short in an im- portant Region 5-A showdown with the Callaway Cavaliers. Greenville had early success, scoring 21 points in the first quarter, and maintained a 3 point lead at halftime. The third quarter proved to be the Patriots' undoing; the offense went cold and lhe Cavs scored at a more consistent rate. Patriot shooting woes contin- ued into the fourth quarter as Calla- way pulled away, scoring 16 points to win 70-60. Free throws were a determining factor in this game as the Cavs con- vened 17 out of 28 points from the charity stripe and the Patriots were 6 out of 8 from the line. The Pats played "very well in the first half," according to Coach Bill Atkins, "but in the second half we were shooting too much from the perimeter and didn't attack them im side much at all. No one stepped up offensively when we needed it." Bryan Thomas was high point for the Cavs with 30 points. The Lady Cavaliers handed Greenville a loss 48-36. Stacey Smith had 18 points in the contest. The Region 5-A Tournament il set for February 10-13 at Bremen. LADY CAVALIERS ON DEFENSE AGAINST Greenville Saturday. - Shanaka Cameron, 22 - Melody McCord, 20 - Lekuilla Tigner. I PARK MEADOWS APARTMENTS One and Two Bedroom Units One Bedroom Handicapped Unit Central Heat and Air -Stove and Refrigerator Office Phone: 637-4337 TDD #: 1-800-255-0056 707 E. Boyd Road, Hogansville, Ga.  Michell Norwood Manager "''' Hrs: 3:30 J:30 --.- Balloons RBest 567 Talbotton St. • Greenville, GA 672-4672 I: 'h. =,d C Order= for delivery and pickup must be made in advance. Deliveries Friday and Saturday (12th & 13th}. No deliveriel on Sunday, February 14th. Cash & Carry Only Business Hours: Mon-Sat, 218-2/13, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sunday 2/14, 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. -Specials - 3 Mylars for $9.00- 5% discount on orders $50.00 or more Large Variety Balloon Bouquets * Goody Baskets & Gift Baskets Stuffed Animals • Boxed Chocolate • Bagged Candy • Roses & Other Gift Items Wed a.rn. from day. gia "I ,ni, , ratk selli colll are i ni, sity men Geo tutk tufa yaz state offe of u] than Delivery areas: Greenville, LaOrange, Luthersville, Gay, i  Woodbury, Manchester, Warm Springs, Pine Mountaln, J ..ogann,,me -i I PAYROLL CLERK NEEDED B Y NATIONAL CHILDREN'S WEAR MANUFACTURER Responsibilities include calculating time cards, entering data into the computer and various other duties. Requires a minimum of six months data entry experience, excellent keying and typing skills and a stable work history. Apply in person or fax resume including salary history to: THE WILLIAM CARTER CO. c/o Human Resources Department 67 Industrial Road • Hogansville, GA 30230 Fax # 706-637-6632 Now Open 00AT'S The CLUCK More Cluck For Your Buck • Wings .Salmon Patties on • Fish Potato Bread R leatl- girl: lege that, ruar "i t gro ] Whe driv, , Cha! Yotu fun of 1' 'I thes well the 197: 1 exo are for non gro the lick Open 7 Days - Thursday 7 p.m. - Midnight Friday, Saturday 11 a.m. - Midnight BODY SHOP Next to Riley & Willoughby's Auto Service 104 Oak Street • Hogansville 638-4481 884-8259 :s:: Hamilton rd.. 1-85 Exit 31 884-3619