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PAGE IINA HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2002 By Bryan Get GOOD FOOD - Several Hogansville residents traveled to Warm Springs Saturday to at(end the "Spring Fling" arts and'c'ff festival. Pictured above is a formHogansville resident, Katie Harper of Snellville enjoy- ing a barbecue sandwich with her husband, Roy, at Mac's Bar- B-Que House in Warm Springs. 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator 01110e Hout Mon-FrL 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. (7) T/.4337 707 F_ Boejd Rd. - Hogansville Members of the Mountville Community Club met March 18 to hear Kent Edmonds speak on "Introduction to Fly Fishing in West Georgia" and pres- ent a program of slides. Edmonds is a full-time fly fishing guide and instructor. He is a Federation of Fly Fishers-certified teacher, and has been published in national fly-fishing and i regional magazines. With over 30 years of fishing from Montana to the Caribbean, he knows fly fishing. However, Edmonds pointed out the private lakes at CaUaway Gardens' beauti- ful botanical gardens are the perfect place for spectacular Edmonds held a fly-tying demonstration for the young fishermen in the Mountville Community Club. Club President Frances Daniel welcomed members and guests: Kent and Judy Edmonds, Ronnie Beard and son Luke, all of LaGrange; Vickie Teall and sons Ethan and Evan, Big Springs Community; Paul and Suzy Jones and sons Casey and Cody of Mountville. (Paul Jones and Ronnie Beard are with the Department of Natural Resources. Jones works out of the Manchester office with .Fisheries; and Beard works with the West Point Lake Wildlife Management Area, Game Management Section.) The devotion was pre- sented by Jodie Newsome. She is a junior at Callaway High School, and daughter of Charles and Nancy Newsome of Mountville. Hostesses for the dinner included Alison Wilson, Angela Chambers, and Nancy Newsome. A St. Patrick's Day arrangement of shamrock, green and white top hat and beads was placed on the serving tables. Reports were given by Jackie Jones, secretary; and by Daniel, in the absence of Wanda Costley, treasurer. President Daniel recog- nized all club members who have March birthdays. Ferrell Towns led the group in singing "Happy Birthday" to those honored. One of the club's organizers, Mrs. Ethel T. Caudle, celebrated her 98th birthday at her home in Mountville with family and friends on March 23. Daniel reported the next Mountville Community Club meeting will be April 22 with Mrs. Emily Sheffield pre- senting the program. HONORED- Joseph Knight has been chosen as Callaway High School's rep- resentative for the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Award. (HOBY) Joseph is a sophomore at CHS where he is a member of the Key Club, SADD, FCA, and BETA Club as well as a member of the Varsity Soccer Team. Joseph is also a member of First Baptist's Youth Group, and he is a Life Scout working toward his Eagle Scout Award. He will attend the Youth Leadership Conference May 17th-19th at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta. New Hours After April 30th. Hours will be a following Monday, Thursday Friday & Saturday 9a.m. - 5:30p.m. Closed Tuesday & Wednesday I OPEN SUNDAYS 1-4 PM YOUR LOT OR OURS CALL DEBBIE TODAY 706-883-3483 1-800-741-2512 Ext. or ANGELA at Ext. 204 706-883-3475 ,BOT 4 ,qe 9 00DS  t%toC. KUBOTA'S 30TH ANNIVERSAR   IS A BIG DEAL. s800oo REBATE ON THE L-2600 AND L-3000 s 140000 GRAND-L REBATE T00croRs L-3010 L-3710 L-3410 L-4360 L-4610 s800 oo REBATE ON THE L-4300 $2000.00 REBATE ON THE KUBOTA M-110 AND M-120 ........... UPTO $2,, PLIjS BIG DISCOUN00 ON ALL When you couple rebates and our discounts you can't beat the Kubota savings. If you are the market for a tractor, you owe it to yourseff to stop by or contact us before you buy! Kubota Credit Corp. 3,99% Financing (with approved credit) for 24 months you can save Other longer term programs are available at attractive rates. "Our Customers Are The Most , 11 Hall Important People In The World." & T , Inc. F,nanongaslowas399%avatiableOACthroughKubotaCreddCorporaton ,Somerestnctionsappty, 7610 Hwy. 85 Waverly Hall, GA apply including BX,Govemment, fleet, rental, harvest rental, and national accounts. Dealer subtracts rebate from dealers' pre-rebate lling price. Purchase by July 31, 2002. Ask your participating dealer for details or go to www.kubota.com for more information. J @2002 Kubota Tractor Corporation,