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PA6E 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2002 The Roosevelt Place When a nursing home isn't what you need, just asstance with the cooking and cleaning, Roosevelt Place is the ideal place for you (x your loved one. LJving suites offer the ultimate in comfort and convenience in assisted living. Ask About Our ?inancial Assistance Programs Assisted Living With A Specialized Alzheimer Wing Call for information 706-655-2588 Warm Springs, Georgia 12 miles to Callaway Gardens, 1 mile to Little White House & Warm Springs Village IIr iii i| II I p| | II I II I I IBm IBm= Ilnm i CHAMPS- The Callaway High School Junior Varsity Academic Team won first place at the Georgia Academic Team Association's state meet in class AA for the second consecutive year. Picture from left to right on David Phillips, Joseph Knight, and John Doyle. Back row Phillip Cannon, Mr. Dan Peterson (coach) and Ben Stein. The Callaway team also won first place this year in the West Georgia Region. TA K I N FOURTH - Callaway School Academic placed 4th at T e a Association' AA This team won first place West Geor Region for 200 2002. left to right are Ms. Martin, C a i I t i Bruggeman, Doyle, Smith, Phil Buchan, Thrash and Lowe. ? 0 U pick the strawberries. OPEN 9AM- 6PM Located on ,Hw00' 173 between Manchester,, ,11 Warm Springs, and Woodbury Follow The Signs STARBAND. StarBand" Service High-Speed 2-Way Intemet Access It's always on and it's available virtually everywhere! Get your phone line back! Uses the same Dish antenna ADT WIRELESS Home Security Completely wireless! NO CHARGE for equipment (standard package)* I* NO ACTIVAIION FEL rewind, record live TV? (S99 upgrade fee for PVR) NO EQUIPMENT TO BUYS. $49.99 Activation Fee viewing, & local channels (where available). Digital Home Plans as low as $36.99 month! (AIIO0,1 receiver) 12 month commitment, valid credit card & Social Security Number required. mfl for detoils r LESS than you're payhig nw 1-800-II88-888Z WINNERS - Philip Buchan, left, and Lewis Lowe from Callaway High School were named All S!ate Players at the Georgia Academic Team Association s State meet. Thevarsity team won 4th place in Class AA. Donald R. Allen October 24, 1951 - April 21, 2002 Donald Ray Allen, 50, of Moreland, died April 21 at his home. A memorial service was conducted April 24 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Darrell Hudgins officiated. Mr. Allen was born October 24, 1951 in Worthville, Kentucky, son of the late Glenn Orrison Allen and the late Margia Merritt Allen. A former resident of Stockbridge, he had lived in Moreland and Luthersville for the past eight years and was a driver for Waggoner Trucking Company. Survivors include his xdfe, Elizabeth Allen of Moreland; one daughter, Jennifer Turner, also of Moreland; three sons, David Allen and Jason Turner, both of Moreland, and Donnie Allen; six sisters, Georgia Smith and Leigh Lala, both of Mcdonough, Brenda Allen of Rex, Deborah Lane of Dacula, Linda Kinsey of Fayetteville, and Joyce (Betty) Allen of Jonesboro; four brothers, William O. Allen of DeFuniak Springs, Florida, Paul Allen of Mesa, Arizona, Robert E. Allen of Morrow and Glenn Darryl Allen of Gibson; and one grand- son, William Ray Turner. Contributions in memory of Mr. Allen may be made to Countryside Hospice Care, 71A Postal Parkway, Newnan, GA 30263. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. More Deaths, Page 6-A CERTIFIED REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS !r-- LISTING AND SES BROKERS , LL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ' " HOME RENTALS , ". .' I1' xII REALTY 11 Ooug Spradlin 401 EAST MAIN STREET FAX 706-637-6688 HOGANSVILLE, GA 30230 RESIDENCE 706-637-4768 To Place your ad in the Hogansville Home News and increase YOUR business call: 706-846-3188 Our belated sympathy goes out to the Edward Brasch of Grantville; also, Miss Mar Culpepper and Mrs. Mae Wheelous Foster, in their deaths. "We give our loved ones back to God." Don't forget that April is National Child Abuse Month. Happy anniversary wishes go out to: (Deborah) Blaloek on their llth on April 27; Mr. and Calvin (Vivian) Breed on their 51: Lamar (Sarah) Parks on their 35th onApril 29"and Mrs. Kippy (Wanda) Tigner on their 14th on wish them many, many more! We're sorry to report that Ms. Myrtice Daniel Lucille Tucker of Grantville are patients We wish them a speedy recovery! Birthday greetings go out to: Mrs. Emily Brown, ory of Mrs. Lugenia Anderson, Mrs. June R. memory of Ms. Pauline Carter, Ms. Angela Colton Lataria Colton, granddaughter of Ms. Arvella Colton Buchanan, Mr. Cedric Cousins, Mr. Wade Colton Cousins, Jermeka MaShay and Tamekia LaShay twin granddaughters of Ms. Doris T. Godfrey, Ms. (Shay) Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin (Mary) Mrs. Floristene T. Hill, Mr. Robert Hudson, II, Mrg. Jones, Mrs. Ola Mac Mitchell, Mrs. Rosa Lee, Mrs. G. Lett, Alfred McCambry, Jr., Christopher memory of Mr. John "Rabbit" Rosser, Mr. L.C. Deborah Talley, Mr. Jerry Hamilton, St. and Mr. Woods. Oak Ridge C.M.E. Church, Greenville invites, to their "Family and Friends Day" on Sunday, 11:30 a.m. with Pastor Marquise L. Hardrick, Sr. the message. Please come and bring a friend. Seed for Thought: April hath put a spirit of thing. Wr/ttenfor April 18 Our belated sympathy goes out to the family Fayetta Pace Stewart of Indianapolis, Indiana, Grantville, in her death. May you rest in peace. Get-well wishes go out to Mr. Danny Rosser, son Ellen Rosser, who underwent surgery. Happy anniversary wishes go out to (O'Berian) Geter on their 19th on April 16. We many, many more! Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Luverne) Freeman of Michigan have returned home after staying a his sisters and brothers. Remember our sick and shut-ins: Mr. Dewayne Ms. Myrtice Daniel, Mrs Mattie Will Etheridge, Grissom, Mr. Rufus Heard, Sr., Mrs. Lugenia Eula Kate Jones, Mrs. Inez McCambry, Mr. and Ms. Lucille Tucker. Birthday greetings go out to: Evangelist Brenda 19.1 Mrs.Annette E. Culpepper, Mr. Sylvester Gates, Mrs. Jean Hawkins, Mr. Kelvin Hines, Mr. Willie husband of Mrs. Gladys Hines, Mrs. Willie Mae Donquavious Tray-treon, son of Ms. Ms.' Mr. Terrie Parks,.in memory of Mrs. Beulah McNair, Mrs. Sharon Jennings, Mr. Sr., Mr. Marvin Rosser, Mr. Napoleon Rhodes daughter of MS. Belinda Stepp, in memory of Mr. Clyde Jackson, Mrs. Wanda C. Tigner, in Thompson, Mrs. Barbara Gray, Rosser, Mrs. Alma Ward, in memory of Mr. Andrew L. Wright. Harmonia C.M.E. Church, Corinth invites their "Family and Friends Day" on Sunday, April 21 p.m. with guest preacher, Rev. Johnny Strickland bring the message. Rev. Walter Barnes is the pastor. Seed for Thought: When you look out, it may when you look up, it's always light. Happy anniversary wishes to out to the pies: Mr. and Mrs. Curtis (Mary Hail) Griggs on on April 6; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby (Angelia) on April 6; and Mr. and Mrs. wish them many, many.more! A very special happy birthday to Rev. on April 6 and more happy birthdays to come.