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HOGANWlLLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 2004 PAGE 3-A Sierra PIKE'S - Flowering Bradford Pear trees at city councilman Thomas and Pike's residence at 302 Maple Street in Hogansville announce the coming of Special+ Express Lunch Menu Mon thru Fri., Extensive "To-Go" Menu ! MACHINE- The premier of the new playground equip- gave the faculty a chance kids again and try out the fun devices. Renee JoAnne Massengale and Tami Neese found the too good to pass up. No word on whether the will get to become teachers for a day and deal endless piles of tests, handling parent con- doing bus duty and listening to politicians talk !what they think is wrong with education. NOBLE EFFORTS- Shiloh's Gerald Erkhart, a wheelchair mechanic at the Roosevelt since 1991, was recently part of a mission group that took donated wheelc.hairs to disabled per- sons in Guatemala. Sponsored by Joni and Friends, the program is known as Wheels for the Wodd. Our belated sympathy of to Hardaway and Ward on the birth son, Dakarri Kentrez born March 12. He 8 lbs, 6.4 oz. grandparents are and Sharion of Grantville; great-grandmother Hardaway of very special happy to Ronnie Burston Remember that YOu, from Rosalyn and Sierra. very special happy bh~hday to Annie of St. Marks on 86 years on March 11. many more to greotings also Tamy~a daughter of and Teresa and Dorothy Robert Clark, son of Martha Nell Colton, Kierra Brown, dau Tony and Colton, daughter of Martha Nell Colton, Mytrice Daniel, Alicetine Draggs, Kenylan Kamario Ellis, son of Angela Daniel and Harion Ellis, Alfred Freeman, Ernest Grier III, son of Emily Kate Bohannon, Lakeisha D. Bynum, Andre Evans, Catherine tiines, in memol'y of Elmer Hines, in memory of Horace Hardaway, Constance Martin, Alice A. Murphy, Linda Postell, George Pace Jr., Michael Mitchell, Barham "Barry" Lundy, in memory if Clarence McCambry Jr., grandson of John Henry and Alice Portress, in memory of James Patterson, Marietta S. Rosser, in memory of Lillian Rosser, Rev. Ray Robertson, Hannay Scobley, daughter of Fay'e Render, Damara Stewart, Ella Rugh OVerton, in memory of Terry Hines, Sr., Mattie Kate Thurman, Shalonda Stinson, Bennie Sewell and Karen H. Wdl:___mms. The White Plains United Methodist Church in St, l~ks e to its 144th church anniversary beginning March 17-19, Wednesday through Friday each evening at 7. Wednesday night Rev. Seqnita Freeman, pastor of I~uise United Methodist Church will be fea- tured. Thursday will be Rev. J.D. Daniel, pastor of Springfield Baptist Church in Greenville. Friday night Rev. Doug Crawford, pastor of Harris Chapel United Methodist Church in Palmetto will he featured. The anniversary celebration will climax on Sunday morn- ing with Pastor Nathale Walthall bringing the mes- sage at 11 a.m. Dinner will be served. The public is invited to all services. Happy anniversary wish- es go to Minister Lincoln and Latoya Anderson on their 8th on March 16 and Ronnie and Rosalyn Burston on ~e~ 6th on March 21. We wish them many more. Seed for thought: Springtime is here. Church Marks Anniversary Total Faith Missionm-y Church of God in Luthersville celebrated its secxmd anmver- sary recently. The pastor is Rev. I_~winston Jackson, AssL Pastor Rev. Isaac Autry; primary objec- tive: To Lead Many Souls To Christ. Program was as follows: master of ceremony- Rev. Autry; worship and praise - You are Holy, lead by Sis. Kim Owens; songs of praise - praise team; respormive r~ing/prayer - offi- cer Kearta Sewell; congrega- t~kal hymn, By and Bye, lead by Bro. Louis Jackson;f welcome and birthday greeting to Hazel Jackson Nails - officer Donald Rhodes; gospel rap - Minister Quincy Hill; two year drawing - pastor Jackson's famous banana pudding tray - winner, SoJourn Johnson; offering/financial blessing from area churches - Pizza Calzones Hoagies Appetizers officers; alter calf blessing/tithes/offering - Rev. Joseph Hines; praise dance, Dear Souls Thirst, by pastor Peoples and soloists, Bros. Antonio Johnson and Stanley Banks; ser- mon by Minister Jackson; prophetic remarks by Bishop Tanner and Rev. Richard Tt~aps~ ~lessmg of dinner by Rev.. Emmitt Clark. Pastor Jack~n serrnorJized spiritually and eloquently on Activate Angels: God uses them for they are there for you. P~sam 91:11. He reminded the wor- ~rs that to activate the angeLs we mus~t believe, trust and (~ey God daffy in all of our en~leav- ors. : flb-M E- YOWN i I I 104 HWY 29 IV. Downtown Hogansville 637-9299 I I Formerly SPRADLIN'S Location Open 7 Days a Week I I i I Sun., 6 a.m. - 2:30 p.m~. Mon. - Wed., 6 a.m. - 8 p.m I I Thurs., 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 6 a.m. - 10 p.rn. I ' Cat~sh. Steaks. Shrimp, Chicken, Fred Oysters. Seafood , I I IIO Every Wednesday Evening - All You Can Eat n ! Spaghetti $5.95 n I B~ffl Lunch Mon. - FrL $5.25 Sundays $6.49 I Parmesan (Eggpb~ & C~k~) Other Specialty Dishes Dom~ & PIZZERIA & PUB ' . Soup'. Import Beer Spaghetti ~0=~,=, .==~,G~. ~rts 706.6S5.2300 . Great Service LasagnaOPEN LATE EVERY DAY All dough & sauces Monday - ~ 11 ant. to t0 p.m. Handicap Facilities are made FRESH in Frid~ & f~lwdly 11 am. to 12 pan. Enjoy Our our kitchen! ~ "~ boa tO M p.m. ' Covered Deck. iii L COME AND CELEBRATE OUR 10th ANNIVERSARY AND GRAND OPENING OF OUR NEW STORE SATURDAY MARCH 20 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ribbon Cutting 2p.m. With Chamber of Commerce Live R~ ~ R~ ~ &~ O Brian 2:00 p.m.. S:OO p.m. SUN POOLS AND SPAS 928 HOGANSVILLE RD. LAGRANGE, GA. 845. )001 REPS FROM JACUZZI POOL PRODUCTS AND SUPERIOR POOL PR01XIC11 ** TRUCK LOAD SALE ** FUN FOR THE KIDS AND COME FIND OUT ABoIn OgR =IN 1"~ AND LImE k Braswell Lee and Mrs. Curtis (A) r Pruitt Boyd Leverett and Mrs. Kerry (A) ~/Wessinger March22 baked french fries, fruit, milk B~dayf, March 23 vegetable soup, butter & jelly sand- Gavin Searels JoAnn Massengale Lacey R. Cleveland Peyton Harmers Mr. and Mrs. David Barrett (A) Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Griffin (A) Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Williamson (A) Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rahn (A) Jean Moore (M) March 22 Aus~ Thom~ Bill Batten Mandy Walker wich, saltines, orange half, choice, of milk Weariest, March 2~ Chicken tenders, scal- loped potatoes, seasoned green beans, school baked rolls, fruit, choice of milk March 23 Brad Aldrich Mike Able Samantha Askew March24 Ann Griffin Dennis Pike Franklin Thornton Fred Newman Holli Laster Howard Ayers Jr. Larry Dorrough Tamara Hendrix Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Cain (A) Mr. and Mrs. George Bishop (A) Thursday, March 25 BBQ sandwich, cole slaw, french fries, pickle spem', choice of milk Friday, March 26 Manager's choice '9~ BI,dck Cefll~ ,~ ~Neon '~ ~ ItklxJ~a '92 Ford Ex~ $1,100 Down $1,100 Down $800 Down $850 Down ~9 P~ Fm~bird $1,400 Down `97 Ford Explorer Long Bed $1,400 Down '84 Nissian Pick Up $500 Down '88 Toyota 4-Runner New Motor & Paint $1,000 '88 Chevy S-10 - 4Cyl, Auto $50o Down '96 Chevy Corsica - 4-Door, Auto $800 Down '83 Toyota Celica GT, Auto $700 Down '88 Chevy Celebrity - 4.Door, Auto $600 Down '96 Ford Ranger - V-6, Auto, Xtend $1,400 Down '99 Chevy Venture Van '97 Toyota 1'-100 F~m~/7 Paw~@~ ~ G~een, E:t,~'~ed Cab, V,6, A~o Sl,5OO Down $1,500 Down '91 Chevy Cheyene - V-6, Auto $800 Down '91 Ford Taurus - 4-Door, ',-6, Auto $800 Down '90 Honda Accord - 4-Door, Auto $850 Down '94 Pontiac Grand AM - 4-)oor, White $800 Down ~1~ "!! alw~S'.Jind right vchl6"l at the right prl, r-'e at .... 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