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7o Third Annual 'Game Feast' moil o d six on c :00te00Wi00 As Ever ith the ( ach e By Bryan Geter e they - More than 50 men and boys attended the third annu- ihadoal "wild game feast" held each year at Antioch Baptist Town'Church fellowship hall. ,n Za The Saturday evening,fellowship,event and feast rnEv" vwas highlighted by the Mongoose whmh Elmer =. Lav: Williams brought from home. The mongoose turned out to be a battery operated  squirrel-like toy connected with a ball. He said he purchased the toy at the West Georgia Commons Mall in LaGrange. Williams had a wire cage to keep the "animal" in and an old #2 wash tub turned up-side-down to hide it Under which made a noise when it hit the side of the tub. It scared not only the young boys but also some of The tabled was filled with delicious wild game includ- ing pheasant, deer, wild turkey, wild rabbit, salmon (armadillo), o'possum and much more. Hogansville City Councilman Larry Dorrough COoked 27 rabbits - baked, fried and stew. What's rabbit without gravy? A large pan of cat- head biscuits were devoured by the men who were sop- Ping their plates with the mouth watering gravy. The talk of the night was the 10 gallon pot full of "beaver stew" which was made by Skeet Kent. Kent said he killed the beaver behind Dorrough's eUe. Many wondered how many rabbits Skeet put into elicious stew. . Williams brought some hot sauce so hot that on the label it had written, "use only one drop and if you have heart disease or respiratory problems, do not use." For those who didn't like wildgame, hamburgers chicken were provided. Kent called these men, "sissies." The "possum" with the sweet potatoes cooked with him was the first to go. Williams said the wild gamers COuld look for much more o'possum to be on the next Year. Charles Lee, a member of Antioch Church, said while Niiand pastor Wesley Boatman and their wives were at mgara Falls three years ago, he thought about the idea of having a wild game feast. Boatman also thought it was a good idea. "It (the supper) has been growing each year,"  said. the The Antioch ladies have "a night on the town" while feast is going on, usually at Ryan's in LaGrange. EARLY APRIL FOOL'S DAY? - Elmer Williams watches over the "Armadillo Pie" which oddly tasted just like store-bought salmon during the WildGame feast held at Antioch Baptist Church last Saturday. Williams also brought the "Mongoose" for all to enjoy. 2100 sq. ft. ranch, 3 plus acres on Flying N Estates airstrip, Luthersville, Ga. Walk out you door and onto the runway, Don't let this one get away! Call Murra Hyatt, Coldwell Banker, Manor Realty, (706) 637-5041, Cell (706) 881-2797. Photos By Bryan Geter IN GOOD TASTE - Antioch Pastor Wesley Boatman enjoys a plate of rice and a shishkabob, loaded with shrimp, deer and veggies along with rabbit. A jackrabbit was also on the menu. BUSY - Skeet Kent stirs the 'leaver stew" with a large paddle, making sure the stew is ready for con- sumption. He made six gallons of the wildlife soup for the feast. No one knows for sure what is in it. BRAVE Joey Chapman (L) grills some hamburgers as Jimmy Lee, Chuck Lee and Rebecca Lee look on. Rebecca was the only female to attend the feast. The other ladies went to Ryan's, for some reason. " Planned April 8-13 ............ ......... ..... ......... :SEASONS Church, 285 Hillcrest Road, north ::v:rv4!iti::::::t [S Ns----- will have revival services Sunday will be Rev. Doyle-Rinks" beginning at 7 p.m. each There will be special singing each night by spe- There will be plenty of seating and parking. It is no secret what God can in Greenville last Sunday, March He's done for others for you; arms wide open, He'll t is no secret what God can We're happy to report that Eunice Hunter, Mrs. T. Clements and Ms. Rosser are home and doing We're sorry to report that Ms. aie Ruth Leigh of Hogansvllle .h.i.tient at West Georgia , cal Center. We wish her a ly recovery. - A birthday celebration in ar of Mrs. Minnie E. Freeman ,r 93 years young was held L-anton,s Country Restaurant 25. We wish her many, many more happy birthdays to come. Happy anniversary wishes go out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Elaine) Hamilton, St. on their 23rd on March 28 and Mr. and Mrs. James (Martha) Reeves on their 15th on March 29. We wish them many, many more! Remember  Mrs. Bessie Glanton of Grantville in your prayers. Birthday greetings to out: Renae Beasley, granddaughter of Mr. Hubert Beasley, Mrs. Mary Nell Black, S/Sgt. Jerry Addie, Mrs. Vivian Breed, Mrs. Danielle Cameron, wife of Rev. Oliver Cameron, Cortez Easter, son of Ms. Gloria Easter, Mr. Eric Godfrey, in memory of Mrs. Dorothy Hines, Mr. W.D Mize, Reochaus Shjuan McGruder, son of Ms. Priscilla Boddie, m mem- ory of Mrs. Addle Irwin, Mr. Craig Partridge, grandson of Ms. Frances Beasley, Ms. CbxaHie Mae Scales, Mr. Harold Sewell, Mr. Bennie Stanley, Jr., Mrs. Mary Louise Thompson, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J.E (Alice) Booker, Mrs. Rosetta Thompson, Monika Thornton, daughter of Ms. Connie Colton, Mr. Carlton Johnson, Mr. Robert Nas, Jr., Stacy Buchanan, Khalfl Malik Grier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neal (Wendy) Grief, and in memory of Ms. Annie Laura Zachary. Seed for Thought: When you know Christ, you'll want every- one to meet Him. WAYNE WRIGHT (706) 884-5419 (706) 845-5435 (706) 881-3776 'Purchase * Refinance * Equity ines * 2nd Mortgages * Bill Con- Olidation * *Home Improvement Self Employed * *Slow Credit *  *Cash * Rural Properties * Manufactured Housing * HOME OWNER LOANS CROSSTIES Apply Online : West Georgia Tech Cites Area Student West Georgia Tech is pleased to announce the President's IAst and Honor Roll for Winter Quarter, 2001. President's List students from Hogansville include: Jerry L. Lancaster, Becky A. Noo.ji and Beatrice Jones. 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