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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLF HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 8, 2003 Support Our Troops PARK MEADOW APAF"MEN"S 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator p.m === VAN'S HARDWARE m m _-..= & Farm Supply 61 Industrial Rd., Hogansville (706)637-6263 MOTHER'S DAY SALE ON HANGING BASKETS. FERNS REG. =14.99 ..... NOW $11.99 ALL OTHER HANGING BASKETS $1 OFF (NOW $8.99 TO $9.99) WAVING PETUNIAS GERANIUMS NEW GUINEA IMPATIENS PETUNIAS SALE ENDS MONDAY 5/12/03 Police Ask Help Finding Drug By BRYAN GETER The Troup County Drug Investigators are asking the public to help in locating two Hogansville residents who are wanted on drug charges. Rodriques Cameron and Santardura Cameron are wanted on charges of traf- ficking cocaine and posses- sion of marijuana with the intent to distribute. Rodriques is also wanted for aggravated assault on a police officer. *In an unrelated incident, loup County Marshalls are searching for the person(s) that have poisoned several animals with antifreeze at the Hidden View Mobile Home Park on the Bartley Road. According to the Marshall's Office, this has occurred during last week. If you have any informa- tion about the animal cruel- ty, contact the Marshall's Office at (706) 883-1627. If you have any informa- tion about any crime or want- ed person, call Crime Stoppers at (706) 812-1000. *In other police news, Troup County Sheriff Denny Turner says that an 80 year old Atlanta man drowned Friday night after the boat he and a fellow fisherman were in sank in West Point Lake. Willie Sheerwood's body was found at approximately 8 a.m. Saturday morning by By Bryan Geter GOING UP FAST - The gazebo being built in Calvin H i p p Memorial Park in down- t o w n Hogansville is going up quickly, hope- fully in time for the Memorial D a y Services. the emergency agencies. At Approximately 9 p. E-911 received a call missing under the Highway Bridge. Deputies res along with EMS and fire sonnel and learned two men were fishing the bridge in a boat storm came up. began to take ton water. One of the men to make it safely to shore. diversepowet 1400 South Davis Road P.O. Box 160 LaGrange, GA 30241 706-845-2000 1-800-845-8362 www.diversepower.com Diverse Power Incorporated to Hold Annual Meeting on May 14, 2003 Diverse Power Incorporated Annual Meeting of Members will be held Wednesday, May 14, 2003 at the headquarters at 1400 South Davis Road in LaGrange. Registration will begin at 11 a.m. The program begins at 1 o'clock with entertainment by New Desire of Aragon, Georgia. The business meet- ing will begin at 2 p.m. accord- ing to the bylaws of Diverse Power Incorporated. Door prizes, including many small electric appliances, will be awarded during the after- noon. The grand prize will be a $500 credit on your electric bill. Only Diverse Power members are eligible to win. Identification will be required for the grand prize winner. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting! 0% APR Financinq on all new Kubota Tractors for up to 36 Months* ............................ THE REAL DEAL - RIGHT NOW .......................... What are you waiting for? With zero percent financing on all new Kubota tractors, you now have zero excuses. Come in today for all the details and fide away with a real deal! t - O-R -M.-O-DE-.L I 36 M_ NTHS J .... I o MON:r- I ALL NEW KUBOTA L ANBMSERIE5 MODELS I 72 MONTHS Troup Retired Educators Hear The Troup Retired Educators Association ,met Thursday, April 24, 2003, at the High land Country Club L Hogansville k Best Kept Secret ROGER'S BAR-B-QUE "A Southern Tradition Since 1945"' Mon.- Fri., 11-9 Fri. & Sat., 11-10 Just off 1-85, Ext. 28 706-637-4100 Fax: 706-637-4114 DALLY LUNCH SPECIALS Home Cooked Vegetables Choice of Meat, 2 Vegetables Bread & Dessert, Only s49s Mon. thru Fri., 11-2 DALLY SUPPER SPECIALS Mon. thru Sat. 5-9 p.m. 4.49% A.P,R. Waverly H all Farm & Tractor, Inc. 7610 Hwy. 85 Waverly Hall, GA 706-582-3194, .................................... .............................. EVERYTHING YOU VALUE Financing available on approved credit through Kobold Credit Corporation, Oth i tl,d Jtll/t t 200  \\;hNIHhllll I@:, lOt I/ p;I) IIIClII %OIl't' t'Xt t'l)lIOl, appl}. | bcrlc Ilatlol 0'o t]) to 24 m,uuh II I'1 II1'11 ......... 11 ...................................................... " ---,- ..... in LaGrange with the President, Ralph John, pre- siding. The prayer was offered by Alzona R. Ransom. Mike Moncus introduced David Davis, Director of the Callaway High School Chorus. The 39 member cho- rus rendered a variety of songs including an arrange- ment of Ave Maria, Going Down to the River to Pray, Going up Yonder (Gospel), The Star Spangled Banner, and others. Business included con- cerns and celebrations, leg- islative report, treasurer's report, and secretary's report. Attending this meeting were: Ralph Johnson, Special guest and TREA newest member- Frank Parson, Mrs. Mary Boswell, Mrs. Jean Crocker, Mrs. Cheris English, Ms. Mildred Walker, Mrs. Edna Kelly, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Mrs. Doris Ramson, Ramson, Robert Youn IVOry Fannings, Virginia Gunn, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Ida Robert Jefferies, Moncus, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Mrs. Gail Walsh, Mrs. Emily Lovron, Annie Greene, Oliver Greene, Mrs. Shepard, Mrs. Carylon Mrs. Sherry Spardin, Ruth Moore, George Ms. Margaree Hines Banks, Mrs. Mable Also Mrs. Mar Harry, Mrs Gloria Mrs. Rachel Worrell Lou Bond, AI Bond, Baker, Mrs. and Mrs. Furgerson.: ........ Mother's Day Prayer Breakfast The Annual Mother's Day Prayer Breakfast will be at the Springfield Baptist Church, Popular Hogansville, Georgia Saturday, May 10, 2003 at Please bring your daughter along for Mother-Dau A Like Contest. Rev. Joseph McGuire is the Pastor. Antioch Plans Vacation Bible Antioch Baptist Church is having its Vacation B Saturday June seventh, 2003, from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 The theme is Trailblazers: Following our faithful study, games, crafts, music, lunch, snacks. Leaning our faithful God. Ages 3 to teen. Commencement is at 4:00 p.m. For more information please call 637-6625 or 1130 Blue Creek Road, Hogansville. Crimestoppers The Troup County Crime Stoppers Board night and approved three rewards totaling $200.00. with the code number 6941 was approved for a $ after he gave sheriff's deputies information that arrest of one person on a warrant. The caller with the number 6974 was approved for a $50.00 reward after sheriff's deputies information concerning a person on a warrant. Clark Holder Clinic And The Department of Ophthalmology Are Pleased To Announce the Association of William J. White, M.D. Dr. White completed his residency at University of Florida College of Medici after receiving his Doctor of Medicine Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He completed his degree at Michigan State University. For Appointments, Call: 706-812-4208 or 1-800-554-9134 Clark-Holder Clinic, P.A., LaGrange, GA l l