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PAGE 2 HMqcB. (770) 253-0133 HOGANSVIIk HOME NEWS - APRIL 12, 2001 Former Pastor To Speak By Patti Phillips Reverend John Carpenter of Chestnut Mountain, and former pastor of HogansviUe First Baptist Church (1954-'57), will speak at its annual homecoming services Sunday morn- ing, April 22 at 11:00 a.m. All members, former members, and guests are cordially invited to attend. A covered-dish lunch will be served imme- diately following the service in the fellowship hall of the church. Begin Homecoming 2001 with Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., followed by sgtship at 11:00 a.m., and lunch afterwards. "\\; Come worship with us and be blssed by messages in song from the Adult Choir and soloist, Mrs. Beverly Phillips Rhodes of Brooks. Beverly is the daughter of Mavis and Lewis Phillips, and sister of Patti Phillips, all of HogansvilIe. Child care will be provided for birth through three years. John Carpenter Because we're a cooperative, we share our profits with our patron In the past 13 years, AgSouth Farm Credit has disVibuted more than $78 MILLION to our members through the patronage program, i an Apd12001 dislfibution of morn thar$9 m. Members in the GreetMl area received more than $748,000 of this distribution. If you're not a Farm Credit member, just think of what you could be r. Give us a' c cxy. 00AgSouth 706-672-4285 888-327-3969 Tipster Gets $500 By John Kuykendall The Board of Directors for Troup County Crime Stoppers approved a reward of $500 for anonymous caller who help solve bomb threat case involving two juveniles arrested last week. Crime Stopper officials met Thursday night to discuss the matter. The caller with code num- ber 5483 gave Sheriff's Investigators information that led to the arrest of two 14-year- old girls for making bomb threats at Troup High, LaGrange High and Callaway Middle School. The two girls called Troup County 911 on Monday, March 26 and stated bombs had been placed at the schools and would exploded on Tuesday. According to Troup County Sheriff Office reports, the 911 center received five phone calls between 5:15 and 6.' p.m. Deputies took the 911 record- ings to the schools and allowed students to listen to them. The students were asked to call Crime Stoppers. A student at Callaway Middle School contacted police and iden- tiffed the voices of the two girls. By Frano Roblrdmn SHARP MEMBERS - The Social Critters of the Antioch Baptist Church in Hogansville draw their swords as they participate in a "Bible Quiz" last week. Pictured above are Fannie Mae Cannon, Jimmie Nell Robinson, Joe Almond and Joe Spinks. Revamped Oak Grove Fair Scheduled for April 21, 22 The" Newly Revamped Oak Grove Country Fair Spring Show" will be held April 21, 22. The Fair has been revamped. and will be bigger and better than ever, organizers say. Over 100vendors and skiUed artisans will be on hand. Entertainment will include many different types of mtmic. The fair, once a major event, had been cancelled last year. Call 706-663-5900 for gener- al information. Stock #NZ] Stock #N5087 200'1 T 1 Tacoma Double I I TheBeISC in Ar~ 4 YrslnaR !!!! or 15,900 with rebate of 1000 Now Availa 2OO I Toyota Hlghlande The Best Selection Of Pre-Owned Vehicles in West Georgia This Week's S_pecial's I !00,_9oo 91 Toyota Previa $3900 4 GrandAm GT $5900 $13,900 3 Ford Expbrer $5900 $ t z,9oo 7 FI50 SupCab $15,900 visit our websit for a complete listing www.lagrangetoyota.com ./ us2-e d. ill iiim On By By Bryan Geter The Hogansville worked two cases of an automobile" A. Strickland of police while shopping ! Dollar, someone and took her purse total of $321 including silver business card black motorola color Dooney driver's license, and $10 in cash. Strickland said the window was down The purse was m floor board of the side. 6:15 p.m. *ON MARCH 28, Harris of Askew Ave. while his car was Fredrick Ave. and 1140 p.m., Pioneer CD Player and t tubes from his states all items taken in color. No other could be provided. were left unlocked, *The answered four gasoline driveoffs in weeks. ON MARCH 27 of The Shell I told police that two in a black truck worth of urdeaded off without paying. Also, the same Mart, Sabrina Nelson pants and driving a out paying for $10 of the man headed I. A lookout was 911. *ON MARCH Street told police females in a dark possibly an $8.75 of gas and 1-85 without paying. had black hair and sweater *ON APRIL of 1339 E. Main Grocery) alerted black males pumped without paying. A knew the two, paid while police were on ! and no *Emmalou police that someone her house at onMarch 26and shotgun -12 gauge, joggingsuits, one of pest hole diggers.:: under investigation Hogansville T& C0unt00 &CmTy00ut 1276 Corinth Hogansville (Fomby's Mon-Thur 6 a.m. to i Fn 6-10 Sat