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PAGE 2-A HOG,%NSVII2 Holm NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 2002 Diamon00 Support tile Salvation Army..a00 year Con 9. Thursday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 4254 Roosevelt Hwy. Mmcheter - Warm Springs H3. FLO'S Home Decor E S Matching 80"x 84" th Tic Back Valance 5 O0 A Set78" x 15" Tam00W mm $9.50 (706) 655-2446 ] GiflCertifi,:,tesAt,.ihd,le Great Prkes Tghout The Store [ LAYAWAYS AVAILABLE Personal Property To Be Sold. Units A-16, A-18, and A-19 in the Hogansville Mini Storage Facility. Sale Will Take Place NoSooner Than March 26, 2002 Unless Satisfied. Hogansville Mini Storage 401 E. Main St. HogansvHle, GA 30230 1071 E. Main St. Hogansville 706-637-5900 Mon. & Sat. 6 a.m. til 2 p.m. Sat till 11 a.m. Sun. 7 a.m. till 2 p.m. Lunch: Chicken & Dressing Roast 2 Veg. $6.95 w/Sweet Tea Mon. through Fri. Meat w 3 Veg. $4.99 Friday. and Saturday 5-9 p.m. Steaks and Chtfish Homemade Cakes for Sale Catering Available q3avs Lose Three on By Bryan Geter The Callaway Cavaliers areqting off to a slow start in baseball losing tll first three games only by a margin ot  four runs. The CAVS are under the guidance of a new-old coach, Chuck Stanfield, who guided them for the school's first four season before stepping aside two years afo for Kevin Jones to lead the team. Jones had two good years but decide to return to Carrollton to teach this year. So. Stanfield, who is a retired Army colonel, is Callaway's new baseball coach. The Cavaliers lost their seasoner opener to Russell County, 5-4, in the Greater Valley Tournament played at Troup's Tiger Field on Wednesday. The Cavaliers committed four errors. Stanfield said everybody is going to make an error, but we can't have them to come in bunches like they did today. Stanfield was pleased with the pitch- ing performance of Senior Brent Matheny, who pitched a complete game giving up only five hits and two earned runs. Justin Lee hit a double off the left field fence to open the game. He moved to third on a Jake Walls ground out and scored when Ben McWhorter line a single to left. Callaway committed two errors, back-to-back, in the second causing the warriors to take a 2-1 lead and then made two more miscues in the third inning which led to two more Russell county runs, making it 4-1. The CAVS tied the game in the fifth inning as matheny led off the inning with a double and was followed by Ie's third double of the game and a sacrifice fly by McWhorter. On Saturday, the Cavaliers lost to Central of Carrollton, 4-2, in the tourna- t ment before lossing to Troup in the af noon, 3-2. "It's mot more frustrating that are losing close games," Stanfield "but it's the mistakes we are maUn s that force us to lose those close g .am . The CAVS came back after beil'" i down, 3-0, against the Tigers to m akl a game of it as Brett Smith was hit by- pitch and .Michael Fannin doubled to t_" runners on second and thirdAValls i  home Smith on a single to center, mae  ing the score 3-I. rn With Lee, the Cavaliers' most da!E- gerous hitter, Troup went to the and brought in their ace, Bowen who was greeted with a single to Callaway within one run, 3-2. Griffin then struck out hitters and stop the threat. _i Lee went the distance for Cavali striking out seven. | Lee went three for four in the ga ewhich raised his batting average to on the season. ] By Bryan Geter Callaway Girls Win Trac k Me 4 Crystal Ward had three firsts in the Anderson - third in the high jump; Hollo 200-meter run and fo f mY In track, the Callaway girls won the Greater Atlanta Christian Track and Field Invitational meet on Saturday in Norcross. Crystal Reese placed in five events including first in 400-meter run and first in the 4X100 relay run. She finished sec- ond on 4x400 relay team and also in the 800-meter rim. Reese finished fourth in the high jump. meet. She took first place in the long jump, 400-meter run and 4X100 relay run. She placed second in the triple jump. The Lady Cavalier's 4X100 relay team of Ward, Reese, Amanda Smith and Suzanne\\;Hollowell won first and Reese, hollowell, Akia Strickland and Jamie Rife placed second. Other CAVS placing were Bridgette Tigner - second in the shot put; Jennifer Alford - sixth in the discus; Taylor - third in the 1600-meter run; - second in the in the 400-meter run ; and smith the 200-run. Callaway boys finiashed the eighth place..l Greg Smith placed second in triple jump and fourth in the long j Rod Stephens placed third in the . put; Mark Hajasz placed sisth in the sl put and fourth in the discus; and Jo Doyle placed in ther high jump. J II Are you bored with your job, feel stuck in your career, or just don't know what you want to do? 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OLLEGE 303 Fort Drive ;xLaGrange 706.845.4323 www.westga.tec.ga.us I Illll I I I By ryan WORKING TOGETHER - Hogansville City Manager David Aldrich (front) welcomes the BelISouth Tn-City Telephone Pioneers of Amenca and HES students in February to Hogansville City Hall on Job Shadowj.ng Pioneers is a volunteer organization made up of active and retired employees of the communications Hogansville's Ector Honored on On December 1, Deputy Assistant Director Moses Ector of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation retired with 34 years of creditable serv- ice to the citizens of the State of Georgia, as a public ser- vant. Ector is a Hogansville native. The retirement was held on December 7, 2001 at the SPEND YOUR TAX REFUND AND-STILL HAVE SOMETHING TO PUT IN YOUR POCKET Downtown Atlanta Hilton Hotel with over 550 guests from throughout the United States in attendance. Several awards from federal, state and local law enforcement agencies were presented to Mr. Ector for the assistance he provided to their depart- ments during his tenure with the GBI. Mr. Ector in his capacity Right now, Cellular One is offering an unlimited calling plan for just $39 a month. Plus, there are no credit checks, no deposits and no contracts. It's a great way to use your tax refund. So come down to your local Cellular One store to sign up. But don't forget to stop off at your mailbox first. CELWLAR00" as Deputy Assistant Director was the first African American to reach the rank of Deputy Assistant Director with the GBI. On December 3. 2002, Mr. Ector was employed with the DeKalb County Police Department as the nations first Deputy Director" of Homeland Security on a local level. 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