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3.22, 2 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, F;J. 21, 2002 PAGE 9'-A I - Seeking t , 'nves'ment l-IV ('.arpenter Circle ]Vleets e GA 568-74 " "" I -IARDWOO!atti Phillips No iob too SD...___ 1-59Q-3253,,- , ,  _ ,ane Betty Carnenter Circle of the ; ,i ,r u 4zap).__ -- " r" |ansville First Baptist Church met cture :ome? have ioans F and mm, ,"tea 'e on the afternoon of Monday rUary 11. Present were: Lillian tell, Patti Phillips, Nettle Rowe, cher Acree, Belle Willis, Ava Camp m Stephens, Myriam Turbyfield, is Phillips, Mavis Garrett and Mary myn Gillespie. 2all to Order: Lillian Howell; ning Prayer. Helen Stephens; tSurer's Report, Mary Kathryn Pie; Old Business: None. ,%w Business: Love shower for "eta Pregnancy Center February 12 rtity Baptist Church on Smokey Road sponsored by the Women on Mission of the Western Baptist Association. All t)es of baby items are needed: baby food, formula, clothes, layette items, cribs and especially diapers. Monetary gifts are also accepted and appreciated. Anything can be new or used except car seats which must be new. Hostesses for March will be Helen Stephens and Nettie Rowe. A birthday card was signed by the ladies for Mrs. Betty Carpenter, the Circle's namesake, who celebrates her birthday on Valentine's Day, February 14. The card was mailed to her at Chesnut Mountain. She and her husband, Rev. John Mark Carpenter are retired missionaries. There were many prayer requests. Mavis Garrett presented the pro- gram, "Second Chance- New Life about Elizabeth Ford and Neighborly Love." She read today's scripture verse of Philippians 4:7 and prayer focus: Grand Junction, Colorado. Myriam Turbyfield read the names of missionaries having a birthday and said a prayer for them. Refreshments were served by February hostesses: Mavis Garrett and Lillian Howell, with assistance from Helen Stephens. A delicious Valentine plate was served consisting of congealed salad with crackers, cheese crackers, a Valentine cookie, Valentine candy, tea or water. News in Pictures ' By Michael C. Snider GATHERING INPUT- Manchester Attorney Tyron Eltiott (L) shares thoughts with Georgia Department of Transportation board member Sam Wellburn at a public information hearing in Ellerslie. The meeting was held to outline plans for the proposed four-laning of Georgia Highway 85. deepest sympathy  out to the family of Mrs. -S Ala Palmore of Alvista _ ome, formerly of pprovantVille in her death. She ted daughter of Mr. and (Willie Mae) 1 r lot. of Grantville. May m peace. ," anniversary wish- ut to the following cou- and Mrs. Kenneth i Jackson on their 5th 722. We wish them many more! ratuiations to Mr. of St. Marks .Washosen "Employee he Month" at Kohl's Store in Keep up the good greetings go out Asamoah, Black. Mr. Jerome Cousins, Blalock. in mem- Fannie Mac Dean, of Mrs. Lucendia Dean. Mr. James Mrs. Linda C. Hammett, Daniel Ellis. Ms. Mae Clark, Dantra ,,reg Clements. grand- of Mr. Willie Lee Mr. Jessie Harris, Mr. r Scott Harris, Brittany f Mr. and Mrs. (Carol/ Hill, Mr. Mrs. Carol Sue Ms. Rewa Jones, in of Mr. Abram in memory of Mrs. [. McKee. in memo- Tommie L. Daniel in memory of Mr. McKee. Mr. Van Matthews, Jesseya Hardy, er of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis (Angelia) Jessica Alece great-grand- of Mrs. Maggie Mr: Dexter Owens, rks, Ms. Ella Mae and Mrs. Lamar JOBS Entry Level " ,teavy L} Sum,,ix "Entry Level Time Office Assistant (Sarah) Parks, Ms. Diana Parks, Mrs. Nancy J. Elder, Mr. Terry Rhodes, in memo- ry of Mrs. Peggy Rutledge, Ms. Angela SeweU, daughter of Mrs. Janie Anderson, Ms. Frankie Danielle Richardson, Ms. Andrea Dauphine Sewell, Mr. Willie Ed Snellings, Javonecya Stevens, Sherri'unte Stevens, daugh- ter of Ms. Keisha Stevens and Mr. James Colton, Ms. Connie Colton, daughter of Ms. Arvella Colton, Prince Tenney, in memory of Mr. Joseph Trammetl, in memo- ry of Mr, Harold Ward, Ms. Sharon Woodard and Zachary Woodard, III. Seed for Thought: "You can't hold a man down with- out staying down with him," Booker T. Washington. LaGran 'PAY OFF AI.& YOUR B One low monthly paymenL Loans secured by Houses, Land, Mobile Homes & Land, Good or Bad Credit From 6.9% to 30 years. 1-800-$53-92S6 Green411e Mortgage Col. 109 Court Sq. Greenville, GA "Ga Resdent Mortgage U" ii i i i i i i i u Uncommon Quality At A Popular Price. Easy Operation Optional Variable Speed Blower _ 1 Also Available Limited 5 Year Warranty On Firebox Three Non-Catalytic . ,,jnmacheO Models To Choose American Quality " From TRT Ranch & Supply Co. 300 East Bacon St., LaGrange, Georgia (706) 884-7644 I I IIII I TOYOTA 963 1031 Hogansviile Rd., LaGrange SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH, 2002 8 A.M. TO 8 P.M. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH, 2002 8 A.M. TO 8P.M. us00ve y at oyota For your shoping convenience, come see all the new and used cars, trucks, vans, and sport utilities with all prices drastically slashed! There will be NO SALES- PEOPLE, NO MANAGERS, NO EMPLOYEES, on premises to disturb you!! (No one will be available to even answer the phones!) Because of the overstocked inventory the owners have ordered management to eliminate excess inventory at any cost. ALL PRICES will be slashed to the bone and will be clearly marked on a hanging tag in each vehicle. Some vehicles with interest rates as low as 2.9.% APR! Bring a pen and piece of paper, write down the stock number and price, come m on Monday - Thursday ASAP. There will be multiple USED CAR appraisers on site through the end of the month to create a bidding frenzy on your trade to give you top dollar.