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HOGANSVILLE HO: NEWS - F:BRUARV 24, 2'000 - PAGE V s for the |a up 54 out to t R annua z; sitors; 'a ?e 4thofJAy TRAINER ...... By J. Dan St.ut mr , . UIXlE QUINN tends to Brian Hester at als duri nester game after an injury in the opening round of the fvtationalTournament which began Monday The Cavaliers 1 Mate of the Blue Devils by a score of 6-5. udes: Ja Patrick ', and 0000Lnty Participates in IYeasurer, 00yitinal }kestei Detector Program 'z, and JaC aepartments in Troup ;reat t 2ity of West Point, and n our WLa trange nave been Lne. Coo participate in a coun others , s - - lly $10 a moKe detector pro- to have und-  - I AIt yol s [or this program .,. g provided by the nSVllle 'nent Xer." , ...... ot Human - unce of Public a three year Defeat Manchester in Baseball Opener, 6-5 grant from the Centers of Disease Control in Atlanta. This program will continue until August of 2000. For more information con- tact: Billy Watson, District IV Health Services, 845-4035; Roy Cadenhead, Troup County Fire Department; Troup County Fire Department #11 Hogansville, 637-8059. We Would likeo invite everyone in the I Luthersville, Hogansville and surrounding visit our salon.NEW BULBS! Two Tanning Beds. ]l 6056 Hwy 29 Grantville )VER 10 00]ILLION INUE to Bar lent Litl SOLD e Educa lrenko l# the most is the ',brand Is for CertainTeed BI that the industry nts For 6 Months!! Hor.es As Low As s89. Per Month. Georgia's Best Contractors "Your Local Window Specialist" By J. Dan Stout Special Correspondent The Callaway Cavaliers defeated the Manchester Blue Devils by a score of 6-5 in the opening round of the Pacelli Invitational Tournament Monday. The game was part of the week-long Pacelli Invitational Tournament that will feature area teams from all classifica- tions. Stadium light failure and cold temperatures hampered play and held the game to only five innings. MANCHESTER HEAD coach Chip Medders started Scott Bishop on the mound. The Devils went three up and three down in the top of the first. Callaway powered in two first inning runs on a 288' home run blast by freshman catcher Ben McWorther that scored himself and Ben Williams. The Devils stepped up their offense in the second,' Center fielder Mason Brackett opened with a double, Jake Harris got on with an error, and Martin Wattenbarger hit the right field fence for a double. Scott Bishop had a single. When the smoke cleared the Blue Devils were leading by a score of 3-2. Cavalier starting pitcher Justin Lee started the Callaway second with a double but was fol- lowed by three groundouts. Lee tossed only one out in the third inning before C.J. Carter entered the game for Callaway. ALSO IN THE third inning, Callaway's shortstop Greg Shellnut walked and Ben Williams homered to deep cen- ter for two more runs. Tiny Tim Siggers was hit by the Mountville United Methodist Women met February 14 at the home of Calvin and Leslie Pike. Chairman Wanda Costley pre- sented the program on "Love." President Helen Thrash wel- comed members of the women's society and opened the meeting with the reading of a poem, "The Stain." UMW MEMBERS participat- ing in the program included Wanda Costley, Kay Humphries, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome, Willette Phillips, Leslie Pike, Helen Thrash, Susan Whitlock and Alma Wood, all of Mountville; Joy Morgan of LaGrange; and Marty Wagner of Moreland. Minutes of the January meet- ing were approved and dues accepted. Vice President and Program Chairman Leslie Pike distributed copies of assignments for pro- grams and hostesses in 2000. UMW volunteers to work at the Interfaith Food Closet include: March 21 and 28 - Susan Whitlock and Jean Mote; March 23- Helen Thrash and Alma Wood; and March 30 - George and Clara Andrews. SECRETARY OF Program Resources Willette Phillips reviewed several study course books. UMW voted to purchase the following books: "Women of the New Testament," "Women of the Old Testament," and "Living in the End Times." Members of the women's soci- "Wake up! Strengthen what remains and is about to die, for I have not found your deeds com- plete in the sight of my God." (Revelation 3:2 NIV) A church can look good on the outside, like Sardis and Laodicea, but be in desperate spiritual condition. These churches were deceiving themselves that they were suc- cessful but the Lord was calling them to recognize their self- deception and to evaluate them- selves in the light of God's truth. By recognizing the truth about our condition, by repenting, and by living in fellowship with the Lord, a church can be restored to faithfulness. Restoration means a new beginning or a see- end chance which our Lord is always willing to give. His grace is abundantly available to all who are willing to receive it. Our heav- enly Father is always ready to extend his grace to all. "Here I VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE Date Day Opponent Time Location Feb. 25-00 Feb. 26-00 Feb. 294)0 Mar. 2-00 Mar. 34)0 Mar. 7-00 Mar. llqX) Mar. 144}0 Mar. 17-00 Mar. 18-00 Friday Pike Co.? 6:15 p.m. Pacelli Saturday PaceUi* 4:45 p.m. Pacelli Tuesday Spencer* 4:00 p.m. Pacelli Thursday TBA * TBA Pacelli Friday TBA* TBA PaceUi Tuesday Bowdon High* 5:00 p.m. Bowdon Wednesday LaGrange High 5:30 p.m. LaGrange FYiday Bremen High** 5:00 p.m. Bremen Saturday Upson-Lee 1:00 p.m. Upson-Lee Tuesday Temple High** 5:00 p.m. Temple Friday Mt. Zion** 5:00 p,m ...... Saturday Troup High 2:00 p.m. Callaway Tuesday Heard County** 5:00 p.m. LaG. College Friday Bowdon** 5:00 p.m. CaUaway Saturday Upson-Lee 1:00 p.m. Callaway Tuesday Bremen High** 5:00 p.m. Callaway Friday Temple High** 5:00 p.m. Callaway Saturday Greenville High (DH) 2:00 p.m ...... Friday Mt. Zion** 4:30 p.m. Mt. Zion Saturday Troup High 2:00 p.m. Troup Tuesday Heard County** 4:30 p.m. Hard Co. Friday Northgate 4:30 p.m. CaUaway Athletic Director Stephanle Phillips-Hardy Chuck Hunslcker Dr. Shields Upehureh Sandm Partner Robert Lynd * lli Tournament ** Region Games Manchester pitcher for the sec- ond time in the third, which caused some conversation. Siggers was later thrown out at second attempting a steal. Manchester's Mason Brackett and Jake Harris teamed up a pair of hits for one more Blue Devil run in the fourth. Harris started pitching in the bottom of the fourth and did well. Steve Bishop singled in the fourth for one more Blue Devil run. Callaway's pitcher, C.J. Carter, got a hit in the fourth ety presented a "Pack N Play" portable playpen and crib to an infant of the church family. Since members of the Telephone Committee have been promoted to other UMW offices, Alma Wood and Mac Towns have volunteered to serve on this com- mittee. PROGRAM CHAIRMAN Wanda Costley presented the ori- gin of Valentine's Day. She dis- cussed God's gifts of grace, mercy, faith, healing and mira- cles; and how these gifts can be used to encourage and help oth- ers. She emphasized that phrases as "I love you," "no charge," "maybe you are right," etc.; and words of encouragement, praise, and welcome can change a per- son's life. She said that we should take time to let others know that we care about them. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Chambers, Sr., MYFleaders, have announced a spaghetti supper Saturday, February 26, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the church. This MYF fund-raiser will help the youth to attend ICTHUS Retreat on the Asbury College Campus in Wilmore, Kentucky. PRESIDENT THRASH closed the meeting with a poem; and Vice President Pike served refreshments. The next UMW meeting will be March 13, 7:00 p.m., at the home of Susan Whitlock. Willette Phillips will present the program. am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with him, and he with me." (Revelation 3:20 NIV) In our les- son entitled "Restoration to Faithfulness," on February 27, we continue our study in the Book of Revelation examining how a church's faithfulness can be restored in order to make a new beginning. Sunday School classes for all ages begin at 10:00 a.m. Worship services are at 11:00 a.m. and at 7:00 p.m. at 407 Askew Avenue in Hogansville. Choir practice is at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday. If you enjoy singing, this is a good time to join us in praising the Lord in song as we begin to practice spe- cial music for Easter. Bible study and prayer meeting begin at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Call 706-637- 4217 to make your prayer requests. but no runs. The fifth inning proved to be the last stanza because of delays and the game was in its second hour. Both teams were making substitutes freely. Manchester had three up and three down. The Cavs started with a Greg , , , , , Shellnut hit and a series of walks and fielder's choice allowed two Callaway runs and their victo- ry. Both teams showed potential and development opportunities. Manchester 0 - 3 - 1 - 1 - 0 5 Callaway 2-0-2-0-2 6 Weekday Special s595 Water/Sewer Dept. The City of Hamilton is now accepting applications for the position of Water/Sewer Dept. Trainee. Prior experience preferred, but not necessary. Must be available some weekends. Great benefits package. Must have valid driver's license. Applications will be accepted at Hamilton City Hall, 210 Walton Street, Hamilton until position is filled. Must have a GED or high school diploma. Pre- employment drug screening required. The City of Hamilton is an equal opportunity employer. Street Dept. The City of Hamilton is now accepting applications for the position of City Grounds Maintenance worker. Must be available some weekends. Great benefits package. Must have valid driver's license. 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