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PAGE 2 HOGANSVILLE HO: NmVs- MaY 17, 2001 By S, Va, Geter MAKING THE GRADE- Callaway High School Tech Prep Honor Graduates 2001 include Sequeena Glenn, Natasha Moreland, Erin Chandler, Liza Dansby, Jennifer Jones, Rachel Hooton, Heather Murphy and Erica Tigner. Unable to resist posing with the honor grads is student Tim Kelly (C). Happy anniversary wishes go out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin (Mary) Rosser on their second on May 16; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Arenita) Godfrey on their 27th on May 18; Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah (Linda) Dean on their 12th on May 20; Mr. and Mrs. Tony (Jennifer) Dunton on their 5th on May 20; Mr. and Mrs. Anderson (Betty) Portress on their Sth on May 20; and Mr. and Mrs. John Andrew (Pearl) Malcolm, St. of Moreland on their 71st on May 17. We wish them many, many more! We&apos;re sorry to report that Mrs. Alice Booker is a patient at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta and Ms. Joyce H. EUison is a patient at Georgia Baptist Hospital in Atlanta. We wish them a speedy recovery! Birthday greetings go out to: Mr. Alfred Blotmt, Tamica Bohannon, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Blount, in memory of Mr. Raymond Brown, Ms. Anella Burston, Mr. Nathaniel Dean, Sara Antoinette, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Loretta) Freeman, Ms. Marie Hines, Mr. Deon Gmdy, Alana Evette Grady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan (Sherry) Grady, Mr. LD. Hines, Anthony Hodo, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Willie Frank (Mary Lou) MeLaughlin, Mrs. Velma Mitchell, Mrs. Sandra Phillips, in memory of Mrs. Geraldine H. Harden, Mr. Keith Portress, Mr. Nathan Portress, Ms. Janice R. Sanders, Kernika Ann Janae Sewell, daugh- ter of Mrs. Carmen Wheelous, Ms. Rita SewelL Mr. Reginald Stewart, in memory of Ms. Rosa Pearl Strozier, in memory of Mrs. Mildred E. Thomas, Mrs. Betty Jean Bailey, Mrs. Meredith D. Mathis, Brooke Fields, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley (Ann) Atrington, Mrs. Jewell HammeR, Mrs. Lydia Matthews, Mr. Robert Rosser, Mrs. Nettle Parks, sister of Ms. Ellen Rosser, Mr. Roquford Rosser and Mr. Nathaniel Termey. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks com- munity invites everyone to their annual Women's and Mother's Day Program on Sunday, May 20 at II.@0 a.m. with guest speaker, Rev. Carolyn Cameron. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasley is the associate pastor. Seed for Thought: A mother is a parent and a friend combined into oriel II Recruiter r0r Tgl;HNI( Immediate, full-time, permanent posi- tion available for Tech/lndustrial Recruiter in Newnan, Geor= Bi-lin- gual English/Spani required. Responsible for recruiting and plac- ing qualifiedtechnicians with local and national industrial employers. Must have 2+ years experience in tech- nical recruiting and 5+ years techni- cal background to include, mechan- ics, insmmaents, fuvofing, machine maintenance, elecical, hydraulics and pneumatics. Annual salary starts at $28K + bonus. Please send msmr and requimmms to: Beverly McGraw Chase Staflng, 20 Baker Rd., Ste. 10, Newnan, GA 30265. Fax #: 770-252-2421. I I II By Michael C. Sntder HOW SWEET IT IS! - The Rotary of Meriwether County had plenty of volunteers and plenty of can- died apples to sell at the Cotton Pickin' Fair in Gay two weeks ago. Members, family and volunteers, left to right: Kevin Wegienka, Charles Boswell, AI Dapkus, May McDaniel, Adam Wegienka, Theresa Colquitt, Bob Patterson and Erin Patterson. Grttntville Ju,00:00t Weeks Day Downtown Festival on Saturday, June 9 to I0 p.m. T year's event will feature peteert storyteller Akbar Imotep from Atlanta's i Center For Puppetry- Arts. A live auction will be conducted b3 Auctions (GAL2888) and the hold their Craft & Quilt Fair in the historic.Frei In the evening, Buddy Broach & the Good will return for the annual Grantville Day Dance. Proceeds from the auction and es ,I1 Vendors are still and crafts, food and x 10' booth space is $25 for food 1510 vendors. For more information 583-3090. estate items. [ or sold on consignmenL [ donations are HARTaL, BROWN & ARNAIL, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bae&ruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 2SI-IS67 * 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-marl: gbrown@rnail2.newnanutilities.org (706) 322-5076 9-6 1901 B Manc,hester Expressway Columbus  LAGRANGE TOYO00TA ILI S __ S lS00'tlS-- 2001 ce 200i Corolla \\; # 2001 159OO with rebate of I000 ........ 2001 4Runner Newest Additions ZOO 1 Sequoia 8 Passenger f Of Toyota's Gary W.  2001 Tacoma Double The Best Selection Pre-Owned Vehiq es in West Geor ia ,, This Week's Special's 9 Grand Marquis $900 )3 Plym0uth  $2900 '90 Grand Am $3900 % Buick Century $4900 <)Z Toyota Camry $3900 )2 Thunderbird $4900 $5900 visit our websit for a complete listing . .... www.lagrangetoyota.com 706.882.2!)63 Choose H/l00el00 lagrangetoyota,com 1031 Ho! lansville R rovor, US 29- Hota{ I N ,-, if" IxIT I