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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2003 PAGE 3-A ln00ty Police Report 00ctive February Police Chief reported his had a busy in February. wrote 54 cita- and 107 warnings dur- month. Four juvenile along with arrests. reported six and 22 incident ts for the month. radlin's report shows received disorderly conduct with two domes- calls. Eight thefts and eight burglaries were reported and seven entering auto. Eight were cited for crim- inal trespass. Officers assisted motorists eight times and had 16 suspicious person and 11 suspicious vehicle incidents. 00ARK MEADOW APAR"MEN"S Police answered 11 noise complaints, 35 alarms calls and made 48 escorts during the month. State beanch warrants were issued for seven per- sons and six warrants were served for city/probation. Six were cited for the refuse ordinance. Retired Educators GREA Executive Troup Retired Association met February 20th, z Club range with President .Johnson presiding. Prayer by Oliver Pledge to the Flag was recited. Moncus, Program ', introduced Dr. William Director Georgia Retired tors Association who keynote speaker. Gardner spoke on in the organiza- in GREA cost, it pays. If you retired educator in long in GREA )gether we can make a fence. GREA is your With the state legisla- and the Teacher apletiment System (TRS) ; an a persons draw a retire- lonecheck each month from Arno ace w0le reviewed current leg- islative issues affecting retired educators, and the 2003 Annual Convention to be held May 6-8th in Augusta: Dr. Gardner presented one of his creationa, a handmade cherry wooden vase, to President Johnson as a gift for his leadership. Mrs. Joan Dickson, GREA Area IX Director, commended the local unit on its work, reviewed with the participants the GOALS which the local unit had set for this year and announced that the GREA Spring Areas IX and X Meeting would be held in LaGrange June 17th at Highland Country Club. Other reports were given by Secretary Cheris English; Treasurer Robert Jeffries; David Mills, Scholarship Chair; Dares Nichols, Legislative Chair; and Lewis Banks on survival tips in case of war. Also, Mrs. Helen Rowe gave the Necrology Report. Wednesday fried steak, Chicken nuggets, creamed, po, peas and s, SChool baked roll, carrots, hot rolls, chilled choice of milk. fruit, choice of milk. city. o' baked roll, fruit, )0 -Dle i garden salad, of milk. Thursday Manager's Choice. r'naay Holiday Murphy. March 10 Jeff Griffin, Joey Robbins, Stacey Spinks. APPRECIATED- The Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation was the site of a special reception Feb. 28 as two veterans of the Nursing Department were hon- ored while announcing their retirements at Roosevelt Hall. Dianne McCurdy, a former Nurse of the Year (2000) and Employee of the Year (1996) was recognized for her 24 years of service, and Jackie Storey, a patient advocate and two-time Heart Award winner, was honored for her 15 years at RWSIR. Over 100 fellow staff members were in attendance to pay their respects and RWSIR Executive Director Frank Ruzycki presented each a plaque to com- memorate the occasion. Deacon of the Week: Joe Travis. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Lucile Wilson, Sarah Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Elizabeth Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, Pauline Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, Wendy Irvin, Frank Fuller, Mildred McWhorter, Lou Palmer, Nita Windsor, Margie Shellnut, Lillie Thompson, Hoyt Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lankford, Kay Alewine and Mason Ashley. March 2-9 is the Week of Prayer for Home Missions and Annie Armstrong Easter offering. Thoughts for the Day: Be an organ donor - Give your heart to Jesus; Exercise daily - Walk with God! We were happy to have many visitors with us Sunday. Worship With The Word: Mariea Campbell reading from I John 4: 12-16. Rev. Harold Willis had the Children's Worship. Offertory solo: Mrs. Sondra Lee "I Bowed on My Knees and Cried Holy" and Adult Choir special music: "Your Love Surrounds Me." Rev. Harold willis's mes- sage Sunday morning was "The Influence Factor" with the text of I Corinthians 8: 1- 13. The WMU ladies pre- pared 20 sack lunches and delivered them to Habi[at for Humanity volunteers build- ing houses in LaGrange on family night covered-dish supper, General WMU, Men's Ministry, etc. The Betty Carpenter Circle is Monday, March 10. Happy birthday in March to: Jean Miller on the 3rd, Wayne Neighbors and Emmett Williams on the 1 lth, Patrick Braswell on the 18th, Joe Lee on the 20th, Darrell Mayo on the 25th, *Lewis Phillips on the 26th, Fletcher Pearl Acree on the 27th, Fred Denton on the 28th, Joel Keith on the 29th and Ed Friend on the 30th. *A special happy birthday wish to my father on his 81st! CHECK J our ff THESE JOBS CDL Drivers- Class N Single & Team - $13.56 and $17.00 /Production - Heavy LifU Required v" Mechanical Assembly Excellent Payffemp Position ,/Inside Sales Rep. - Entry Level Admin. Position - Must Have Word/Excel Exp I[i= Staffi n g-] 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.com EOE Grantville Woman Completes Training Navy Seaman Recruit Crystal M. Hodnett, daughter of Teresa and Stanley Hodnett of Grantville, recently complet- ed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Hodnett is a 2002 graduate of Newnan High School. ii /iii 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator E,,,, .,,,,,,. ol,p,)l lmul Miclitqle Nfwwood, Manager Office Hours: Mon-Fd. 2:30 i 4:30 piml f'.'I VAN'S HARDWARE ll lJ & Farm Supply 61 Industrial Rd., Hogansville (706)637-6263 SPRING . .: ".. FERTILIZERS '..4 SO# Bags 13-13-13 ........... $6.50 Just Arrived! 10-10-10 ........... $6.20 Spring, Garden & 5-10-15 ........... $5.99 Vegetable Seeds QUALITY ~ PRICE ~ FINANCING All In One Great Location 1999 GMC Suburban One owner, Loaded Very, very sharp[ $14,600. 1998 Chevrolet Lumina 4 door, 85,000 miles Just $250 per month 1998 Chevrolet Venture Built in child seats Onq owner, like new $8,695. 1998 Chevrolet Z71 Good local truck $13,900. J 1993 Ford Explorer 98,000 miles, one owner $1,000 down, 1999 Ford 10 foot box van Automatic, air conditioned, Power steering, very nice ,500. Autoland, Inc, 527 New Franklin Road LaGrange 884-6048 Keveontae Leidner and de, anniversary. 7 Dodson, Katie Mike Harmers. 8 Jones, Danny Kirsten j. Hunt, Elder, Linda Ayers, Pointer, Joseph C. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. anniversary. 9 Coyne, Kimi March 11 Helen Reynolds, Mark Howington, Michael Thcker, Wayne Neighbors, Sam Billingsley, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Johnson, anniver- sary. March 12 Barbara Harris, Edna Barber, Hazel Stitcher, Leon Hohrnann, Lynn Davis, Mrs. J.L. Thornton, Justin Beall. Monday, March 3. The World Prayer Team called on all Christian churches and individuals to pray at least three minutes at 3:33 p.m. on 03/03/03. Was to be a "Worldwide Day of Prayer." The beautiful artwork in the childcare room was done by Andrea Otwell and her mother, Marie Hines. Wednesday, March 5 was Fire U een Let,..,$139 in, L I*Cas0000.,I 2BI:.' 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