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PAGE 6-A support Our Troops PARK MEAD()W APAR"MEN" 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator v.,,,..o.,o, Opportunity Idtdae  Manager 7 :  Rd' " HI ............ Town of Hogansville EASTER EGG HUNT Saturday, April 19 11 a.m. o:= 2 GRAND PRIZE EGGS t! & Many Other Prizes -- On The Grounds of Askew-Lasater Realty 'k/ or,*- 401 East Main St. ,...,  H0gansville, GA ' RTY ' 706-637-8999 1-888-341-4527  www.askew-lasater.com " Business ,Church Couples = Groups Reunions Mountain Top Inn "is the l00lac'e" Hwy. 190 & Hines Gap Pine Mountain, GA 800-533-6376 or 663-4719 Iii VAN'S HARDWARE 1 m === & Farm Supply 61 Industrial Rd., Hogansville (706)637-6263 Accepting Applications The City of Hogansville is seeking applicants for a posi- tion in the Public Works Department. The employee will primarily drive the limb and leaf truck; however, the employ- ee may also be used as a reserve meter reading techni- cian. The applicant should have a minimum of a high school diploma or GED, a valid Georgia Driver's license with CDL preferred. The applicant must also be able to walk considerable dis- tances at a brisk pace when functioning as a meter read- ing technician. Interested applicants sho[Jld apply at City Hall, 400 East Main Street, Hogansville between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday. The City of Hogansville is an equal opportunity employer. / United ' / i / /,/Harmony Nails 212 E. Main Street Hogansville 637-6505 Mon. - Sat. 9 to 8 Sun. 10 to 4 OPENING WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2 Full Set $20. Refills $14 Pedicure & Manicure $25 Senior Citizens 1 5% OFF! Students 10% OFF! "The Quality of Art" HOANSVZLLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY MARCH 27 2003 .:: I Miss West Georgia Pageant Planne The Miss West Georgia Pageant will Little Miss Contestants (age 9-11) Each contestant is asked to s be held on Saturday, May 17, at 6 p.m. Mondays 6:00 p.m. minimum of $100 worth of ads (onl [! at the Hogansville Elementary Auditorium. This pageant is open to girls between the ages of 2 and 19 years of age. The practice dates andtimes are as follows: Miss Contestants (age 15 & up) Tuesdays 5:00 p.m. Jr. Miss Contestants (age 12-14) Wednesdays 5:30 p.m. Benefit A Hit The West Georgia Wolverines Wheelchair Sports Team played a bene- fit game against local fire- fighters this past Friday, March 21st, in the Manchester High School gym. The firefighters were off to a good start, jumping off to a 6-0 lead. The Wolverines were just lying in wait and tied the score by the end of the first period. From then on, the Wolverines took charge and never trailed again. The firefighters did a commendable job consider- ing most had only spent a few hours in wheelchairs prior to the game. Rudy Steed led all scor- ers with 14 points, followed closely by Venitra Howard with 12 points. Kyle Wriston, Tyler Thompson, Daniel Weatherford, and Jed Shiohira each hit four points. April McPherson and Ashley Allen each got two points. The firefighters claimed all 25 of their points were a team effort. The firefighters included Dean Wriston, Sid Wigley, Franklin Holmes, Fonz Pynenburg, Russ Erenhein, Megan Nasdeo, Chris Walker, Jimmy Phillips, Jim Davis, Scan Marion, Ric Thompson, Alvin Martin, Jack Meier, Brandon Bulloch, and Gary Williams. Chief Fred Schmalz had planned to play, but was called to a fire at game time. The total raised by press time has passed the $6800 mark. The Wolverines would like to thank parents, coach- es, firefighters and friends for all their support. The fol- lowing businesses, individu- als and other contributors: Taylor Foster, Goody Products, Manchester Fitness Center, Nana's Porch, Mac's BBQ, Chick-Fil- A, McDonald's, Rite Aid, Ga. L.P. Gas, Tha De[i, M. Jordan Enterprises, Lion's Head Antiques & Collectibles, Harry Barnes, Antiques & Crafts Unlimited Mall, Langdale Ford & Chevrolet, Clothing in the Courtyard, Paul Hutchins Painting, Inc., Rick Rice, Johnny's Auto & Body Repair, RWSIR, Antique Junction, 27th Grill, Chipley's Restaurant, Absolutely You Boutique, Jeanine's Steak'& Seafood, Now & then Antiques, Lynn's Treasure Chest, and Painted Daisey's. Singing Set For Sunday A gospel singing will be held Sunday, March 30th at Allen Lee United Methodist Church on Hwy. 54 between Luthersville and Hogansville in the Lone Oak Community. The singing starts at 6 p.m. and featured singers will be Gospel Tradition from Anniston, Ala. (formerly the Birchfield Family). The pastor is Richard Campbell. Wee Miss Contestants (age 6-8) Tuesdays 6:00 p.m. Tiny Miss Contestants (age 4-5) Tuesday 6:00 p.m. Precious Miss Contestants (age 2-3) Mondays 6:00 p.m. All practices will be held at the Hogansville Recreation Department. For more information, please call either Sybil Gaddy at 637-8997, or Donna Arnold at 637-4436. Re: Mobile home located at 6659 Lone Oak Rd., Hoganeville, Georgia. To Whom It May Concern: Will the relatives of Mr. William Brown, please come forth to claim the above proper- ty. 706-637-5477, (3:20,27) page). However, the girl who sells the ads will be crowned Miss Hospi and will be the recipent of a $1001u Jura [ Ma ings bond. i :!lst a This pageant is sponsored b' Fun Pilot Club of Hogansville, and  ine from the pageant are used throu d G the year for varmus club projectg;) me Ialk y, the s " E'. He [ Bapti imd r riv0rl h;a,, [ae 1 ge, m h arlie 'oft "" Cook and, Lildre d h 'tier-] ..... r! ;e of, By Bryan IT'S A GOOD IDEA - Several Hogansville merchants and business people Ray Cheatham's Antique Store on Monday with WRBL "IV station of talk about producing a commercial video advertisement promoting visiting and in Hogansville. The ad will run on the Columbus television station for three beginning in April. Businesswoman Jackie Byars said this promotion is not just shopping in Hogansville but the concept of the whole town. She said their "visit often, a weekend or a lifetime." Pictured above (I-R) are Emmett Askew Realty, Community Bank and Trust President Ronnie Mize, Councilman Jack and owner of Clemen's Book Company, Hogansville Attorney Mack Reynolds, Byars (back) of Byars Auctions and Bill Stankiewicz (back) of William and Antiques. Book Drive Sponsors Thanke00 books for the school library. Mary Antiques, Little arch 2 Local businesses and leaders answered the call when Hogansville Elementary Friends of the Library recently asked them to make a difference in stu- dents' lives. Through their sponsor- ship of the school's "Have a Heart, Donate a Book Drive", they helped to purchase over 90 new Accelerated Reader Body Shop, Sponsors of the book The Grand drive included: Jean Crocker, Optimist Club, Hospital Ambulance, Carter Company, Frances Robinson, and Spinks, HES Mayor Wilson St. Clair, Hogansville Piggly Wiggly, McKibben Dairy Queen, Funeral Home, Dr. Greg David Aldrich Freeman, Mack Reynolds, Educators, Phillips Ladies' Apparel, Club, Jack Leidner, William and Pizza Villa. ! i!iiiii!i!i!{ii!!i:ii![iiiiiiiiiiiiiii];iiiiiiiiiiiii{i}iiiiiiiii!iiiiii!iiiiiiiii]iiiiiiiiifiii]iiiii!iiiiiiiiii]iiiiiiii)fi i :iN ;:.!i:::i;i::::ii::Zi:::,;i:::.i:i i : : ::::::! .:;i! ...... ::  : ,. .:fif: ....... il :: i:, i:: :. !'ii::::: ] i':.: :. i'::i .... : : ' ::! ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: : ,.  ::: .'N  iP Deacon of the Week: Jim Campbell. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Mr. and Mrs. 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 Irvi n, Frank Fuller, Mildred McWhorter, Lou Palmer, Margie Shellnut, Hoyt Bradford, Russell Miller, Fred Bass and Rev. Eugene Powers, Sr. We were happy to have many visitors with us on Sunday morning. Worship With The Word: Jim Campbell reading I John 3:1-3. The children's message was by Beth Maxwell. We had a testimony Sunday morning by Mariea Campbell. The Adult Choir special music was "Saved By Grace." Rev. Harold Willis's morning message was "Everyday Religion" with a text of I Corinthians 12:1-13. World Hunger Fund rice bowls were dis- tributed on March 23. They are due on Sunday, October 12. March 30 at 8:30 a.m., Huell Stephens and Joe Travis will cook breakfast for the men of the church. Please call the church office and make your reservation if you plan to attend. The last two lessons of the NET Evangelism Training will be moW;- Thursday nights, March 27 and AI ? Beginning last night, March 26, Wed nights are again Prayer Meeting and  Study. Rev. Harold Willis was the Lenten  er on Wednesday, March 26 at the Hog' First United Methodist Church. There will be no fifth Sunday nigN service March 30. Family night supper will be April 2 I church. The WMU Spring Inspirational is April 3 at Heatherwood Baptist with a covered-dish meal at 6 p.m. meeting at 7 p.m. Remember to bring the needed the Palmetto Campus of the Children's Homes and Family supply room manager needs the items: macaroni and cheese dinners beans, pickle relish, summer (Country Time, Tang and oatmeal and instant grits They are church on Sunday, April 20 and will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 22 on a truck the meeting at Unity Baptist night at 7 p.m. ,rt The Betty Carpenter Circle meets 7 at the church. If you don't have a church home, we invite you to come worship with us 1 Hogansville First Baptist Church. I f , ,, E::::,:::k ::?" ..:." ": "":: " >': ":" "" > ', :: ::.*.."" "'H-:::'4  e::::k:::-:" ",g" "::. ,?::::  " .".5: :::::" :.::::.:=========================================== '.:".'iiii:    ..... : ii::  "   } " : .ii. ' %ii: | A birthday celebration in honor of Mr. Hubert Beasley of Grantville was held at the Grantville Park on last Saturday. We wish him many, many more happy birthdays to come. Happy anniversary wishes go out to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Elaine) Hamilton, Sr. on their 25th on March 28. We wish them many, many more! Please remember our sick and shut-ins in your prayers, telephone calls, cards and visits: Mr. Milton Alexander, Mr. Ector Dean, Rev. Clarence Ellison, Mrs. Margie Hunter, Rev. and Mrs. William Mitchell, Mr. Willie Lee Mitchem, Mrs. Rachel Nettles, Mrs. Betty T. Portress, Mrs. Josephine Rosser, Mrs. Bessie E. Rosser, Mr. Willie James Sewell, Mr. Marvin Rosser, Mrs. Carrie Sharpe and Mr. and Mrs. William (Jacquelyn) Turner. Birthday greetings to out to: Renae Beasley, granddaughter of Mr. Hubert Beasley, S/Sgt. Jerry Addle, Mrs. Vivian Breed, Mrs. Danielle Cameron, wife of Rev. Oliver Cameron, Cortez Easter, son of Ms. Gloria Easter, Mr. Eric Godfrey, Re Booker, Shonava LaQuite Colton, dat of Ms. Roblyn Colton, Ms. Larissa Da memory of Mrs. Addle Irwin, Mr. O Johnson, in memory of Mrs. Flora Ma* Mr. Craig Partridge, grandson of Ms. 1 Beasley, Mr. Robert Nails, Jr., Mr. W.D. Ms. Charlie Mac Scales, Mr. Harold ! Mr. Bennie Stanley, Jr., Mrs. Mary l Thompson, daughter of Rev. J.E Booke Rosetta Thompson, Monika Thornton, ter of Ms. Connie Colton, Mr. John DY Doris T. Godfrey, Mr. Henry A. Hines:' memory of Ms. Annie Laura Zachery. ; The White Plains United Met! I Church, St. Marks invites everyone t Youth Day Program on Sunday, Marc 11:00 a.m. Guest preacher will be Rev. Smith, associate pastor of Mount Baptist Church, Atlanta. Rev. W.E. the pastor and Rev George Beasley, ate pastor. Think about it: There's sunshine in e