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,PAGE 2 HOGANSVIIJ Ho NEws - MaY 10, 2001 O' 1 Pohce Gc;t 401 Calls 00l!t i April;62 Citations Issue ! The Hogansville Police Department had a busy The department issued 62 traffic citation , pr h :Ialonth during April. vided 32 escorts, reported 17 accident reports and N::{|! Chief Hilton Odom reports that 401 calls for 83 incident reports, H serviee were answered, 19 misdemeanor arrests The Hogansville Police assisted other agencies  ]rere made and seven felony arrests were made. 43 times. Congratulate tll.em with ANAD in the fi "only 0 MAIL TO: Star-Mercu Publicatiorts. P.O. Box 426 Manchester, GA 31816 DF_JJVER TO: 3051 Roceell Hwy. Mmehester, GA 31816 We wishyou Love, Mom, Dad' i Request must be received by May 24% 2001. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I HHN INT NURSERY I I I i i I r I I I I i I ] r i i i I i i Vmm .Prin -E """ Off ie,,, o., I I I I I I  I I I I I I  [ I I I I I sc;00t-o'_fi00ggZu't00; w..,o Aa ,,,,,  yo., ,,. ', Nearly Wild Roses .Verbena Gsrdonias  [ .Blooms Spnng to Hardy Annual Low , Lasts all Summer eg9 Tea Olive  I I Maintenance C11: Fast Spreader Jasmine 31d Fashioned i reg. 15.95 [ """:' Now '1.95 2 off oo.,o. ' 18 or more $1.49 each Now "  Cover you, Now 3for $10 Mailbox! co,on., $100 Iiiillllln ',,' "-""'' ltNI2 ft. Tree Of  .W'bt Center White Edge I & Many More ,reg. 179.95 The Month 3for $10 , S , 20ff,0000o. p.-- .--- _ _'-_"'-- t, == ,, -- _== _ '_=" ,, "i'd= -.=; -=='_- -..;-_-__- -..; I Annuals I i YARD ART i I JaP anese Maples ,-.,.,-----.- I1 '""-'11 .Oissectum'Bloodgood " , : -'V I Ftrdi. with coupon I .Ch.,h o,, I 10 u 200 u i 20% Off 36 count llllllllJlll IIlnlll mlllllJlnllllJlllilllgllllll Ihl'llniJllllllllllllilll " "ff " ] Liriope...1 gallon reg 4.98 'os PL..waterlillics, cannas I .Bougtnviil $20ffw/eouponl Now 3 for $10 [ cattails and many mor available. By SUCCESS iS FLOWING - Hogansvitle's Water Department Supervisor Bobby Sprayberry  gratulates Ronald P. Hill on being named the "TOP OP" operator by GW&PCA - District 4. Numerous Birthdays Observ A number of Hogansville area residents will be observing birth- days and anniversaries th week. May 10 Betty Withers, Brenda McWhorter, Brianna Smith, Eric Sanchez, Linda Cato, Mr. and Mrs. Randy McWhorter, and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Smith, anniversarf. May 11 Ashley Bills, Ronnie Smith, Scott Odom, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ayers, anniversary. May 12 David Slocumb, Jewell Hammett, Laurie Leverett, Sheryl Brand. Boot Kitty. May 13 Allison Shaw, Bernice Stephens, Joyce Wade. May 14 Elizabeth Head, Mike Smith, anniversary. May 15 Chris Studdard, Paul Mr. and Mrs. Duane and Mr. and Mrs. May 16 Clinton Gaddy, DeMurrals, Katie Rich. Deacon of the Week: Dr. Billy Burks. Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class on hav- ing 100% perfect attendance on Sunday. As you pray, remember: Bob TiJlman, Louise Wilson, Press Miller, Mozelle Dial, Clyde Burks, Howard Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Evelyn Arnold, Carol Spivey, Meghan Parke; Freda Kelley, Donny Faulkner, David Shearouse, Marcellite Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Sharon Swanson, Wendy Irvin and Eddie Shell. Men's Ministry met at the church on Wednesday night, May 2. Present were: Lewis Phillips, Rev. Harold Willis, Bob Irvin, Wayne Yarbrough and Jim Campbell. We had our monthly family night suppeL General WMU, etc. May 2. "One Nation Under God" was the theme of the National Day of Prayer last Thursday, May 2. A prayer service was held at 12 noon in the meeting room of the Hogansvilte City Hail. Locally, the National Day of Prayer obse-,amce was sponsored by the Hogansville Ministerial Association. THIS YEAR was the 50th anniversary of the signing of the National Day of Prayer Proclamation by President Harry S. ]Yuman Mrs. Mavis Garrett of Hogansville and Mrs. Faye Trussell of Fairburn attended the graduation exercises of Georgia College and Happy anniversary goes out Ronald Alexander and Ronica to the following couple: Rev. and Mrs. Emmitt (Janet) Clark on their 10th on May 4. We wish them many, many more! Birthday greetings go out to: Mrs. Cynthia C. Amey, Mrs. Margaret T. Byars, sister of Mrs. Alice Portress, Rev. G.A. Black, Mr. McKinley Colton, Mr. John L. Grady, Carlos Hardaway, grandson of Ms. Dorothy Hardaway, Ms. Michelle Hunter, Mr. Willie Grady Dean, Mr.Robert Lewis Hines, Ms. Rosa Lee Hodo, Mrs. Alice Mae Nails, ,/Machine Operators (t -2 Years Experience) ,/Forklift Drivers (Outdoor Work, Min. 1 Yr. E.xp.) ,/NDT Inspector (Strong Qualif_.ations) Na COU.E for Summer Jobs A.$.A.P! ,/S/K Clerk (Foad Cert. aeqt,,re,) " Administrative (Bilingual Strong Comp, Skills) / Data Entry/CSR ,2HASE STAFFING 20 Baker Rd., Suite 10 Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax 770-252-2421 www.jobs @ chasestaffing.com Alexis Portress, grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry (Alice) Portress, Michael Rosser, grand- son of Mrs. Fannie Parks, Ms. Gussie L. Parks, Mr. Willie A. Rosser, Ms. Bobbie Jean Rutledge, Mrs. Rosa Ann Shy, Mn Lamar Thomas, in memory of Mrs. Verna McCall, Tremesha Childs, granddaughter of Ms. Eva Me Clark, in memory of Mrs. Ola Phillips Hardaway, Ms. Sally Lou West, Mrs. Gwendolyn H. Williams, Maurice Buchanna and Devonta6 Jamal Snellings, son of Ms. Felicia Snellings and Mr. Curtis Reese. Ollie Branch Cemetery Association will meet Saturday, May 5 at the White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks community at 11:00 a.m. All fam- ilies are asked to please attend the meeting and to pay yearly dues for cleaning of the cemetery State University at where Mxs. Trussell's tel: B.S. in Early This was an May 5. Congratulations, Happy Mother's Day all our mothers. M of you in a re c] cial' only on this day, bt e c'h da}: A seminar about long-te for senior adults and tt givers, especially be at our church Monday, from 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. The seminar is free of and reset-rations are We invite all with us if you don't have a  home. of $40.00. Luthersville senior fund-raiser on beginning at 11:00 a.m. YI fish fry at 12 noon, aL' p.m., raffling off a The place, 20 North Ma LuthersviUe beside the l there! The White Plains Methodist Church, St. invites everyone to e 6 at 3:00 p.m. with guest er, Rev. T.D. Brown, the New St. Paul C.M.E. family Lone Oak. served. All Campground families are asked to Sunday, May 6 at th( Wh United Methodist Marks community after! service. are always the ki Genera I WMU By Patti Phillils The General WMU of Hogansx411e First Baptist Church met there Wednesday, May 2 with Lillian Howell, Helen Stephens, Myriam Turbyfield, Mavis Garret-t, Patti Phillips and Evelyn Spivey in attendance. Call to order, opening prayer, reading of minutes and treasur- er's report were by Mavis Garrett, Myriam Turbyfield, Helen Stephens and Lillian Howell, respectively. There was no old business and new business was discussed. Ongoing missions project v,l be: to fill Olympic bags for the 2002 Winter Games which will be an event of February 8-24 Lake City, Utah. Needed items are Band-Aids, breath stick and lotion or International Mission (IMB) will then include guide in each bag. Betty Carpenter Circle May 7 and May 13 behag Baptist The program, ,'UOl the Dragon" was preS Mrs. Garrett. Mrs. I gave the call to prayer t ing from scripture RU! She also read the praY Pray Round Africa Y Howell closed the prayer.