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HOGANSVttJ.E HOME NEWS - APRIL 13, 000 - PAGE 3 / Submitted Photo PERRY MERRILL, Newnan Police Department, Jody Hale, Assistant Principal at Hogansville School rs Visit Hogansville Elementar Council of the Georgia Telephone visited Hogansville School on Tuesday, Officer Perry Merrill Newnan Police V Department spoke to the first graders on the importance of always buckling up when rid- ing in the car. Each student was then presented with a "Buckles" the safety bear as a reminder to always wear their seat belts. The pioneers participating in the presentation were Shelby White, Imogne Murphy, LaVernne Mallory, and Joycie Brown. Retired Teachers Meet at Ramada .d Educators met Thursday, 2000 at Ramada Inn pre- d speaker was Hulsey, Executive for the 13,000 member Retired Educators his presentation, Dr. gave an update on the :he Association and fact that "GREA is Lion and the ' for the are 299 retired educa- County receiving Of that num- members of GREA. goals is a strong fellowship at and state level. the time must to do. Retirees hours in volunteer a report from the Nominating Committee was approved: Nominations included Alonzo R. Ramsom to a second term as vice president; Mrs. Christine Taylor as recording secretary and Mrs. Judy Neighbors as correspond- ing secretary. DOOR PRIZES WERE award- ed - Robert Young (Mansours); Mrs. Mary Fannings, Mrs. Barbara Brown and Ed Brown (Comfort inn) and Mr.s Helen Rowe (GREA). Attending this meeting were Mrs. Cheris English, Mrs. Kim Bond, Mrs. Lynne Taylor, Dr. John Hulsey, Larry Musick, Mrs. Grace Hearn, Mrs. Dorothy Fowley, Mrs. Ellen Herbst, Ms. Elizabeth Dix, Mrs. Ida Jones, Mrs. Memory Johnson, Mrs. Bette Jabley, Mrs. Ruth Moore, George R. Moore, Mrs. Ellen Partridge, Mrs. Barbara Brown, Ed Brown, Mrs. Helen Thrash, Mrs. Margaret Earline Pierce, Mrs. Jean Massie, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, Mrs. Gail Ealsh, Mrs. Betty Wallace, Mrs. Pauline H. Smith, Mrs. Margaret Harry, Mrs. Julia Adams, Mrs. TheJma White, Mrs. Christine Taylor, Mrs. Matsy Deal, Mrs. Virginia Maxwell, Ralph T. Maxwell, Mrs. Lou Bond, A1 bond, Mrs. Jean Crocker, Mrs. Mary Boswell, Robert C. Young, Mrs. Elease Lynch, Ms. Mildred Walker, Ms. Margaree Hines, Mrs. Mabel Wilhite, Mrs. Mary Fannings, Mrs. Lois Baker, George Baker, Lewis L. Banks, Mrs. Jarvis Shepherd, Robert Waters, David Singley, Mrs. Myrtice Carpenter, Mrs. Doris Page, Mrs. Helen Rowe, Mrs. Virginia Gunn, Mrs. Gloria Garrett, Marion Skelton, Robert Jeffries, Dares Nichols, Mrs. Rebecca Nichols, and Mrs. Murbes Shepherd. must continue to Vision, and must pass of a positive work future generation." questions and Which specific issues guests included Mrs. of the Bradfield APRIL 13 Kiwanis Club Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cook Mr. and Mrs. Vern Wegienka APRIL 14 Inc. Donna Johnson business session, Dusty Hubbard Kayla Estes OVER 10 MILLION. SOLD Ron Galloway Tommy Marciniak William Wright APRIL 15 Becky Strain Chad Bussey Janice Montgomery Kristy Wegienka Rebecca Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Terry Noles APRIL 16 Minnie R. Wood Shelia Simpson Brandon J. White Cameron Askew Dennis Montgomery G. I. Rayburn John M. Strain Jr. Logan Adams Mellisa Howington Millicent Griffith the most name in vinyl is the brand styling with for of traditional, that the industry that tilt in or lift r easy cleaning your home Vinyl construc- means no no painting, i ever CertainTeed BI Its For 6 Months!! IIomes As Low As s89. °° Per Month. Georgia's Best Contractors "bur Local Window Specialist" 1-888-292-0694 APRIL 17 Ethan Howington Larry Keith Rowena C. Moore Susan Wade Whitt Thompson Ritter Travis Chaffin APRIL 18 Robby Howell Mr. and Mrs. Skeet Kent APRIL 19 Joanna Leverett Shane Stillwell Vivian Yates Cotton Pickin ' Fair is May 6-7 The Cotton Pickin' Fair, May 6 & 7, 2000 - The 52nd edition of this charming and award winning festival of antiques, arts, and crafts is a must see for the entire family. East side of GA Hwy. 85, Gay, GA 30218. Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adults $5, children $2. For addi- tional information visit us on-line at www.cpfair.com or call 706- 538-814. First Baptist to Observe Holy Week Services The Hogansville First Baptist Church is having Holy Week Services beginning on Wednesday, April the 19th and continuing through Friday, April 21st. On Wednesday night, theser- vice will be led by Dr. Jimmy Brown and Highland Baptist Church. The congregation shall share Communion with Rev. Bill Deakins and Union Baptist Church on Thursday night (Maundy Thursday, which was the time that Jesus Christ had The Lord's Supper with his dis- ciples before his Crucifixion) and leading the worship Friday night (Good Friday) is going to be Rev. Charles Ritter and the First United Methodist Church. Services are nightly beginning at 7PM The public is cordially invit- ed to attend Holy Week Services at First Baptist Church, which is located at 500 East Main Street. Rev. Harold Willis is the pastor. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 * 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 HARWELL, BROWN & HARWELL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 ' :' Social Security & S.S.I. '''. ::@ i "%" Gary W. Brown PINE MOUNTAIN AUCTION CENTER Pine Mountain, GA, GAL #2661 AUCTIONDs T Sunday, April 16th • 2:00 706-663-8552 ° 800-638-9610 28 PC Windsor ware dessert set, 28 PC German china, 17 PC Flint china, Seagrams shaker and glasses, "Royal Aderley" Swan, 2 "Royal Crown Derby" dishes, silver oveday decanter and dish, 4 PC "Moorcraft," West German stein, "Thorens" music box mug, etched crystal, cruets, cloisonne vases, green "Delft" candle- sticks, silver holder, small flask, household appliances, carving set, flatware in wooden box, 35 PC Sterling flatware, 6 demi spoons, cocktail forks, cameras, violin, desks, dining room suites, inlaid walnut vanity, Bud walnut chest w/claw feet, rugs, wash pot, bedroom suites, stepback china cabinet, cash register, typewriters, file cabinets, 3 PC maple suite, painted furniture, cof- fee tables and end tables, children's furniture, plus lots of unex- pected items. April 17 Chili, Baked Potato, Fruit, Saltines, Cinnamon Roll April 18 Country Fried Steak, Steamed Rice, Blackeyed Peas, School Baked Roll, Congealed Fruit Square April 19 Chicken Tenders, Creamed Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans, School Baked Rolls, Fruit Cobbler April 20 Cheeseburger, Lettuce & Tomato, French Fries, Fresh Fruit April 21 Pizza, Tossed Salad, Corn on Cob, Fruit Juice Bar All meals are served with a choice of milk. You are cordially invited to attend a surplus auction sale at 10:00 elm. on Saturday, April 15, 2000 at the school bus garage Terrell St. in Greenville, Ca, given by Meriwether County Board of Education. The fol- lowing is a partial list of items to be actioned. Items may be inspected the day before the sale or early the morning of the sale. • 3 School Buses • 1 GMC Dump Truck • 2 Chevy Pick-up Trucks • 1 Dodge Van • 2 Chevy Vans • Sun Engine Diagnostic Tester • Sun Alternator Tester • Hydraulic Press • 10 ton Hydraulic Floor Jack • Snapper Riding Lawn Mower • Steam Cleaner/Pressure Washer • 2 Wheel Chair Lifts • Several Regulation Pool Tables • Computers • Copiers and Office Machines • Typewriters • Hospital Beds • Electric Hoist • Chain Hoist • Assorted Office Furniture • Assorted Desk and Misc. • Fire Changer • Wrecker Winch • Assorted Willys Jeep Parts • Weed Eaters and Lawn Mowers Your Car Care OIL CHANGE I I I I I I I |? I I II I I I I I ! I I I I I_ SYSTEM SERVICE ,' INSPECTION i I I I I I I I I --I i I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I LU EN CHEVRoLET-OLDSMOBILE US 27 NEW FRANKLIN RD. LAGRANGE  706882"2576 1-800-77-CHEVY