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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY MARCH 6, 2003 End of the Road: Callaway Girls Fall to Early Coun00t: By BRYAN GETER The Callaway Lady Cavaliers season came to an end last Thursday in Albany as the Early County Lady obcats (24-2) defeated Head Coach Jason Arledge said he knew it was going to be tough and the Lady Cavs needed to play their best game from start to finish. "We just didn't get the job clone " ho said "Thoo oirl tu Marlin Poqls Complete Pool Construction Tree Removal & Excavating Service (most pools completed in 3 weeks) added, "I was very proud of how they stuck it out throughout the season." The Lady Cavaliers played well on defense, but was unable to establish any- thing on offense. Early County controlled the boards meaning that Callaway didn't match up. The Lady Bobcats took a 10-1 lead midway through the opening quarter and was ahead, 14-3 at the end of one. Callaway trailed 31-11 at the intermission. Shacarra Picket led the Lady CAVS witfi six points and was followed by Shari Cox and Bridgett Phillips with five each. Erica McCoy led the Lady Bobcats with 17. Arledge and the Lady Cavaliers had a good season Callaway has had three head coaches in as many years. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org HARWELL, BROWN & HARWELL, EC. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. H Gary W. Brown % Fina "ng For Up To 36 .Months For a to 36 months with approved credit. That is an even greater incentive for you to buy that new tractor now. We've got over 40 new Kubota Tractors in stock to select from and the many implements you need. With trailers to move at Financing: Instant Disc0unts As Low As,....,0% Up T0::::i:*2000 Our low overhead gives us the opportunity to offer you the very best price on a new Kubota Tractor. 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Culler tBush Hog Type) s20883 / Month , .,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,, .,,,=.,,,d o,, ,, ,,,,,,,,, Hall F arm o r ! n c, 761o 706Hwy" s_ Waverly Haiti'2--3 1 94 GA The Lady Cavs have adjust- ed to change and done well. icl playground equipmd re been purchased and fl :ia, for a pavilion and col get materials for the  en, path has been arrang0 wi' "However, to bri a park to full completi0 .rn, Pilot Club needs an ad I pe al $100,000 in money, lche rials and labor," Arnol ed. "Any assistance we r much appreciated." The ladies of th  Club have generous| unselfishly donated[ :i! time and money for  many community p 9m t!- including toys and ou for the less " fortUlte" Christmas, mOns devices for the elderly,{-'ch I arship programs, et well deserved threes  girls" from the city. lotin Ethics Vote Postpom0000o Continued From Page 1A the city," Lee stated He added that several cities have gone to this method of eliminating live- stock in town. "I think you can do it, but it depends on the class of ani- mals," he said. In other business, City Manager David Aldrich said that four of the eleven faulty fire hydrants have been repaired and are now work- ing. He said t he state will send someone to Hogansville at no cost to teach us how to repair these hydrants. Jim and Jerry Harmon, who recently purchased the old train depot on E. Main Street at the railroad tracks, assured the council that they were thrilled to be in Hogansville. He said his plans with the KELLER REALTY An Indepcndenl Member Bter building include a me a shop, a small law off maybe a good restauI Harmon said a ri donated five full si# cars, two which are P ger cars. He said he will tracks to look for the make it look as an oJ track. Harmon said tl used the same colors t West Point Railroad the early days, yellol chocolate brown. Mayor Wilson St. assured Harmon that i um will be a trem :r tourist attraction and t r, of Hogansville is he *th percent behind this pt Jar In other busineS :hri board set a public hea April 7 at 6:50 p.m to  1 er the alcohol license ! cation for Internation; located at 1878 East Street. " Ill Listin00 & Sal00 h AgentFu Office: 706-632"-1112 - Ceil: 706-333 -' Johnny Lockard Emaii: jtockard@kw.com Johnny Lockard offers these and :__ other properties: 852 Minardi Dr., Corinth Community, 2BR/ mobile home on 3.64 acres, $52,900 290 Mirmrdi Dr., Corinth Community, 3BR/2BA! blewide mobile home on 1 acre, $69,900 50 Hwy. 100 (Coweta County), 3BR/2BA t home, 8.9 acres $175,000 Bass Crossroad, 2 acres, commercial, 1-85 $125,000 3 acres, Tenney Nelson Rd, Meriwether County, great building lot, $23,500  Financing Prvided BY rlt  j Prestige Mortgage Co. - I 706-637-4488 ML Use Your Tax Refund Wisely As A Downpayment On Your Dream Home. Traci, Prestige Mortgage is a GA Residential Mortgage Licensee, Senior M 0 Equal Housing Lender, And Member MBAG. License #7124 ConS Continued From Page 1A Ball Tires, John and Eve McKibbon, First Methodist Church, MD Car Dealership, Phillips Dress Shop and Pilot Club Funds. Craig Thigpin and his father, Gary, who owns Skyline Construction has contributed the arduous task od removing the existing swimming pool and grading the site. The Thigpins called upon their suppliers such as Randy Hoppe of West Georgia Industries to contribute the concrete for the walks and picnic areas. , These contributions of labor, heavy equipment and materials would have cost the Pilots approximately $1S,O00. HEADED FOR THE GOAL - Callaway's Bridg goes for the goal against Claxon last week in the o e round of the state playoffs. The Lady CAVS defeatato r, Lady Tigers, 44-43 to advance to the second ro.ur Albany. Callaway was beaten by Early CounHis; Thursday, 51-25 kr 'Save Children' Banquet A banquet celebrating twenty years of Save the 0i. an .lKe programs m Hogansville will be held on Friday, m. ,rr, mtr 7:3O p.m. at the Callaway Center of West Georgia o,,k . College, LaGrange. Moses Ector will be the speaker 7 1 occasion " lator For ticket informatiofilease call (706) 637-0401. meh-- l" Playground on the r. ( Arnold said the chi} t