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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 2002 Police Probe Theft, Burglary Stew Sale Will Be Held April 5th at 9 a.m. Orders will be accepted prior to sale and drop-ins will be welcome. Nou' Open 00sage Therapies 103 College Street Hogansville, Georgia 30230 (Corner of East Main & College) Becky S. Diclrson, NCTMB 707-637-9696 Call for an appointn'w or FREE Consultation. Gift Certfncates Available PARK MEADOW APARTMENTS 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air • Stove & Refrigerator E.,_ Opportunity ALL YOUR On low monthly payment. by Houses, Land, Mo Homes &  Good or Bad Credit From 6.9% to 30 years. 1-800-553-9256 Mortgage 109 Court Sq. Greenville, GA *Ga ResUal Mortgage License" FLO'S (706) 655-2446 Uncommon Quality At A Popular Price• • Easy Operation • Optional Variable Speed Blower B Also Available anding . Full View Glass Door • Limited 5 Year Warranty On Firebox • Three Non-Catalytic hed .......... Models To Choose American Quality TM " From TRT Ranch & Supply Co. 300 East BacoWSt., LaGrange, Georgia • (706) 884-7844 ...... REFINED EUROPEAN INTERIOR IO0:WATT, SIX-SPEAKER STEREO ELECTRONIC CLIMATE CONTROL iii i i i i ¸ /!i!: LEASE RATES AS LOW AS 1/2,4,, FREE SCHEDULED By Bryan Geter The Hogansville Pol]e, Department handled several theft by taking and bur- glaries cases over the last two weeks. On March 20, Judy Cathcart Rigsby of 219 Church Street told police that someone had taken $60 from her purse. Rigsby said she walked to her neigh- bor's house at 313 Church Street at 5 p.m. and left her back door opened. She said she returned around 7 p.m. But she didn't noticed the money was missing until the next day when she went to get some out of her purse and it was missing. Rigsby told police nothing else was missing. She told police who she thinks got the money. The case is under investiga- tion. Warrant procedures were advised after a man failed to send $7 in the mail Station on March 19. Reports state that Robert E. Harris, 31, of 109 Larry Street in Prattville Alabama pumped the gas but was unable to pay for it. The store clerk said that if he came back by Friday of that week to pay, no charges would be filed. Harris told the clerk that he would marled him the money, but the store never received the $7. Last Monday, March 18,PaulaBrown of 405 Askew Avenue told police that when came home at 6:30 p.m., the phone line on the front of her house was bro- ken and a plant inside her house was knocked over. The only thing that was taken, she said, was some change,$25, that was in a glass jug. Reports statyes the window was locked and nothing else taken. Last Friday, David Hutchins of 121 Hutchins-Moody Road told police that window of his car sometimes 10:30 p.m. Warrant procedures were Robb Rasck of the located at Bass Cross Roads on March 12 that the cash $115 short at the end of the The case was turned tigators. Mellisa Barnett of told police that on March 12 was at work, Barnett had taken some belonged to her. Items reported missing was ding band and a ring guard $1,000. She said a necklace $600 was missing. Shetold Street. Reports state that currencyand jewelry was Theft by taking warrant for gas he got at the Hummingbird his ex-girlfriend busted out his back were filed. i i Cars Collide, But No One Injur By Bryan Geter No injuries occurred in a two vehi- cle accident at E. Main Street and Johnson Street on Saturday around 9 p.m. According to the Hogansville Police Department. Reports states that Ronald Winford Neighbors of San Fransico, Ca. was trav- eling south on Johnson Street in a rental car and stopped at the stop sign but did- n't see anything coming and proceeded to continue. At that time Shelly M. Kirkpatrick of LaGrange in a 1988 Ford Mustang topped the hill on E. Main Street and hit Neighbors in the left front of his car. Slight damage was caused to Neighbor's car, but extensive damage to the front end of Kirlqtrick's car. In a separate two vehicle accident that happened on March 17, no injuries occurred when a mishap happened at the intersection of Industrial, Oak and E. Boyd Streets. EC Donna Michelle Robin. a LaGrange driving a 1997 Get'is stopped at the stop sign and ceeded to go thinking it was af¢ stop. _p, She struck Artis ,u Hutchinson of LaGrange, who ing a 1966 Chevrolet. Both a received slight damage. Robinson failed to yield the  pe way, report state. Cava By Bryan (tmr 54)let Callawny A more rum aliA-0, 5-AA South) evened their son's record against Our Lady Of net', that being Mercy Friday them 15-0. The Cavaliers sent nine men to the plate in crossed the plate to give the CAVS a as well, • ,,,, Joseph Brown  and allowed onAy one basenm- scored each time. Brett Smith, Justin Lee and Ryan Delon6 The Cavaliers on Wednesday, 10-2 in CaUaway picked up a big all gion viory at home on defeatin__g Pike County, 2-I. The will play Spalding today in GrifftrL 'Jesus Is Lord' Planned for be presented by the Adult Choir of Hogansville First Baptist Church on Easter Sunday morning, March 31 at II a.m. Featured soloists are Sondra Lee "I Wdl Sing of My Redeemer" with "Redeemed," Jim Campbell "I Will Praise Him" with "It Is Well With My Soul," and Andrea Otwell "You Are the Christ." The narrator is Rev. By Patti Phillips "Jesus Is Lord," an Easter Celebration of Worship and Praise by Marty Parks will Harold Willis: The under the direction Lynn Campbell. The public is Child care is birth throu Deacon of the Week: Bob Irvin. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Clyde Burks, Lucre Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Evelyn Arnold, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Freda Kelley, MarceUite Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, Lou Palmer, Ken Hines, Wayne Butler, Joy Palmer, Wendy Irvin, Angela Barley and Mickey Dopp. Our Christian Sympathy is extended to the families of Richard Hobbs, Barbara Sisson Tackett, Mae Dell Boswell O'Neal and Eva Daniel Cribbs at their recent deaths. A belated happy birthday to Darrell Mayo on the 25th of March and Mrs. Fletcher Acree on March 27. Worship With The Word: Kendra Palmer (Mark 11:6-10). We were happy to have many visitors at church Sunday morning. Easter lilies were placed in the church in memory of or in honor of. The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was "When the RolL" We are continuing March to Sunday School in March. Refreshments were provided by Joe Travis and Evelyn Spivey March 24. Miss Rachel Hooten is play- ing the piano for us at church until we fred someone. We had March for Missions on March 24 in the morning worship of 11: a.m. Rev. Harold Willis's mes- sage Palm Sunday was "Jesus, The Source of Life" (John 11:17227). Palm Sunday begins Passion Week. Sunday night, the video "The True Easter Storf' was shown. We are having Holy Week Services at our church this week. Dr. Billy Burks spoke Wednesday night and Dr. Larry W. 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Open Mon-fd 9am-7pm Sat 9am-Gpm Thursday and We will also have vance of the Lord's Thursday night. nightly at these 7 and other sented by the Easter Sunday, 11:00 a.m. There evening service. There will be Sunday night March. The WMU is church-wide ing needed items Georgia Baptist Home: pancake dressings, salsa, Aid. These are need € church by SundaA# the truck loading willE p.m. Tuesday, ApAn# Providence Baptist before the spring there at 7:00 p.m. Happy Easter! AvallMe (Must have good job I /Payroll Position VA & FHA Req.) 10 Winn Newnan Fax Resumes