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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2003 Moonlight Ballroom Dance Club Has Plenty to Offer for Summer The Moonlight Ballroom Dance Club of LaGrange will hold a dance on Saturday, May 17, 8:00 - 11:00 p.m., at the West Georgia Christian Academy Gym on Hamilton Road (at Exit 14). Suggested dress is casu- al, music by the IBM Band. Visitor couples are welcome $20.00 per couple. Enjoy rock-n-roll, fox- trot, swing, waltz, shag, rumba, cha-cha, tango and more! For information on the dance or ballroom dance les- sons, call (706) 637-9295 or (706) 884-5857. Future dance dates: 5/24, 6/21, 7/11, 8/8. The Roosevelt Place I I i I I I For all the years they cared for you... For their comfort, safety & peace of mind... Trust Roosevelt Place When a nursing home isn't what you need, just assistance with the cooking and cleaning, Roosevelt Place is the ideal place for you or your loved one. LMng suites offer the ultimate in comfort and convenience in assisted living. Ask About Our Financial Assistance Programs Assisted Living With A Specialized Alzheimer Wing Call for information 706-655-2588 Warm Springs, Georgia Reasonably priced, one mile from the hospital 'atop beautiful Pine Mountain in kYC=arm Springs. Locally owned and operated. I, ' 1 " ! Once more over 120 customers from West Georgia and East Alabama have learned the advantages of owning a Kubota tractor while also enjoying the savings over brands that don't measure up to Kubota. We thank all of you for your business and ask that you keep us in mind when you need implements and accessories. And, of course, we're always here for parts and service...should the need arise. Thanks for a great year. Kubota L3000 DT 4 Wheel Drive 32 HP $182900/Month with $120000 down and approved credit 2.99% A.P.R for 60 Months Other Finance Options Include O/o For 36 Months or 4.49% for 72 Months with approved credit Kubota L3130F - "Grand L Series" This Tractor Features 8x8 Shuttle Transmission, Independent P.T.O. Tilt Steering, 2 Wheel Drive, 32 HP 60 Payments at 2.99% A.P.R $18503 / Month 2.99% A.P.R for 60 Months With Approved Credit Optional 4WD, Mower & Tire Package We've got Kubotas with mowers, boxblades,harrows, plows - you name it...and trailers to move it all to any destination. We've got to move 150 tractors this year to meet our quota so stop by now for the best deal ever on a new Kubota t X00averly Hall j Fa m & Tractor. lnc.00]l ][: 7610 Hwy. 85 Waverly Hal*l, GA fir 706 582-3194 ?i, By Bnjan ( THE WINNING TICKET? - Aubrey Lee Daniel, Sr. of Hogansville hopes he chased the right ticket - a Jumbo Bucks - on Monday at the Hogansville Gas from cashier Joe Ann Dean. Gingrey to Hold' U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey will hold an "Academy Day" this month to educate high school students from the 1 lth Congressional District about opportunities to enroll at U.S. service academies. Representatives from West Point, Annapolis, the Air Force, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine Academies will speak and answer ques- tions on April 26 at the State University of West Georgia. The seminar will be held from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. The event will be held in Building Z6 Food Service, which is located on Operations Drive. 'This presents a fantastic opportunity for our young people," Gingrey said. "Admission to a service acad- em lege, and I'm proud tot role in The parts of Cobb, Bartow, Troup, Upson, Coweta, Paulding and Harris ties. It includes Chattooga, Meriwether, Talbot, and Polk counties. Roger's: New Owner, But:Same By BRYAN GETER Even though Roger's Bar- B-Que in Hogansville is under new ownership, it is still in the same family. Randy and Toni Striblin of Valley, Ala. purchased the restaurant from his brother, Eddie Striblin, in January after considering the deal for two years and started oper- ating it on March 6. Eddie Striblin opened the restaurant in Hogansville at the Hummingbird Station four years ago, even though it already had a rich tradition. Roger's Bar-B-Que was started by the Rogers fami- ly in 1945 in West Point as a family takeout business. "Mr. Rogers cooked the old-fashion way," Toni said," and Eddie bought the busi- ness along with the secret recipes." The small building burned 10-12 years ago and Roger's reopened in the old Pasqualles in West Point. Eddie sold the restaurant in West Point and also the one he opened in LaGrange. The Striblin's are trying to make the restaurant even more a "family gathering." Toni said they hope to start a "Date Night" on Monday's for parents. A room will set up for children to be entertained with a clown, a musicians and a family video while parents can enjoy a meal together knowing the children are safe. Tuesday night's have proven to be a good for busi- ness as well as entertaining for the family as Gospel Music is presented each week. Toni said the music start- ed four months ago in the side patio room and now it has grown so we have the gospel music in the main dining room. She said on Tuesday evenings, reservations are required due to the huge crowd. "We want people to come and relax," Toni stated. Singing groups interest- ed in performing on Tuesday, can call (706) 637 4100. There is a private dining room for civic club meetings, birthday parties, community meetings and other parties. "The Lion's Club meet here each month," she said. Striblin said the menu will have new items such as steak and shrimp, cheese sticks with sauce, 12 Oz. T-Bone, 10 oz. Ribeye and a low-cal meal as well. "We have the best fried green tomatoes anywhere," Mrs. Striblin stated with a confident smile. Roger's has been rated in the Top 20 in Georgia with its catfish. Mrs. Striblin stated that people stop by on the way to Florida to purchase ribs for their trip. "Our hamburger steaks are great," she said. Roger's opens from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. on: and Saturday. closed on Sundays. Roger's will plans a new lunch program. "We want the get to know us and our Striblin stated, "and to know the people." The Striblins Hogansville and are to F 10-minute drive to the rant. Mrs. Striblin said' looking for a three bedroom home with and maybe five acres  we can ride ers. She also outside more a swing and a large gazebo is place in the front  fish pond is on the gazebo. dener, has ers so the) all. "I love children want them to on the playground, they go get a and bring it with added. The Striblins involved in their Faith Evangelistic in They have sion trips to China, Kong and South are very involved youth at their church. Police Keep Busy With Full Continued From Page 1A evening around 6 p.m., Edward Daniel of 730 Long Oak Pine Ridge told police he pulled into the Hogansville Gas Stop to purchase some items. Store employee C.D. Janney asked Daniel to move his vehicle since it was block- ing the gas pumps. Edward said he told Janney he was coming in and right back out for the park- ing lot was full and that was the only place to park. Daniel said when he came out of the store, Janney went to his truck, took out a pistol and pointed it at him while using profanity. Janney told police that he did not pull a gun out of his truck. In another case, Hogansville Police are inves- tigating a theft by taking (vehicle) that occurred on April 11. Richard Graves of 100 Blue Creek Circle allowed Derick Paul Williams to drive his 1990 Plymouth Acclaim to check the brakes. Graves told police that he gave Williams permission to take a man home who lived on the Tin Bridge Road. Williams never came back with the vehicle. Report state that on April 19, Thomas Walker of York, Ala. called graves about pur- chasing the car. The car was found aban- doned on US Hwy 80 in Sumpter County, Ala. Police there said the car was aban- doned for about seven days on Hwy 80. The law enforcement in Alabama impounded t awaiting an the Hogansville Department. Hogansville Johnny Lockard said due to sons cle and without a pect, processing will than likely be In a separate two vehicle Interstate 8S injuries. Reports state Dinh Tran, HondaAccord in the fast lane went over the struck Larry 56, of LaGrange, driving a 2002 on the back left No citations were: l00ynd, Parsons Pass Gavel at Continued From Page 1A athletic director. Parsons served as athlet- ic director at LaGrange High School begining.in 1995. Three years ago, Parsons was named principal at Callaway High School where students excelled in the classroom and in athletic competition. Parsons is a membert of PAGE, amember of GADA, GACA, Member of the NIAAA, awarded the Region 4-AAAA Athletic Director of the Year in 1997-98 and rec- ognized for service from the GACA in 1984 and 1993. Parsons is a member of the First Baptist Church of LaGrange where he has served as teacher and choir He is married to . mer Patricia two children and threCJ children. Parsons said he doing some fishing wife has several him to do. "I know I retirement," Parson s have