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-HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - MAY 2g ,:  PA(;E 7A River, Inc. Agrees to Purchase WesTek '96 Honda Accord EX Auto, Roof, 61,600 mi. $7,900 Bryan Geter/Staff FORMERLY OFTHE Corinth Community, grad- night from Troup High School. He received a $2,500 rCholarship from Columbus State and also the HOPE and plans to attend Columbus College. He is the son Patti Studdard of West Point. His grandparents, Walter Purgason, live in Corinth. born of God over- world. And this is the has overcome the I John 5:4. faith, we can live victo- our circumstances. Williamson, who was our oldest mother, and the mother with the most children present. Becky Chambless was our youngest mother. They received lovely hanging baskets. Our thanks, 0 God for moth- lifeJmay bng er s Who showy, by word and deed, faith in Christ can help us Commitment to Thy will and ff we will obey His Word give us joy and victory. ---Spar message morning was from 5:8-10, 12, 16, 17 and 19. evening Johnnie brought the message ,, 18:2, 3; 23:1-6,"A Good all you mothers had day on Mother's Day. we honored Mable plan and Thy commandments heed. --Johnson Your Constant Companion Pray without ceasing God hears what you say From the moment you rise To the close of the day. Don't think for a moment That He turns a cleaf ear Trust and have Jaith And you'll never know fear. ---Helen Parker " StarsWin o Stars (515), Grange's 12 :year old was seriously chenged in the 13 y 01d Ft. lorado, iple Crown 2 Tournament recently, but straight games in one day to capture their sixth con. ). play in agher age bracket to prepare Stars won six straight m Ft. Collins, defeating the 10-8 and the Bloomfield Fgles  to reach  gamei The Stars hadto overcome a 3'0 deficit in it o-a agst an eremely large Ft. Collins Sabers team, The Sabers started the game doubles and a single in the first g,. two of the over a 325 foot fence, The Stars ried;: scoring one in the third, two in the fifth and one in the the championship. The Sabers out hit the stars !2 to Stars are participating in the Los Angeles In,rationS. ten teams in the nation have been invited to the Los tournament which is a warm-up for the national c: to be held in Minnesota in August. The California last year's national champion, is hosting the invita- r top ten teams invited are the Nevada Bulldogs, the Stars, the California Sting, the California Storm, the Arizona Wildcats, the Newport News and Bulldogs. DAN-RIC HOMES 89 DURAND ROAD LAGRANGE, GEORGIA 30241 800-741-2512 EXT, 203 or 204 --- 706-882-7773 EXT. 203 or 204 Greenville Hours will be reinstated when we can hire Dan River, Inc., a manufac- turer and marketer of textile products for the home, apparel and industry, has agreed to pur- chase substantially all of the assets and assume certain oper- ating liabilities of WesTek, Inc. The agreement is subject to gov- We give our loved ones back to God. Our belated sympathy goes out to the families of Ms. Jessie Ruth Talley-Blount and Mrs. Gertrude C. Shiflett of Grantville; also Mrs. Annie Young of Hogansville in their deaths. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Rev. J.C. Jennings of Hogansville in his death. CONGRATULATIONS TO Ms. Emily Kate Bohannon of Grantville, who was chosen Woman of the Year for Civic/Community by the Orchettes Civic & Social Club on April 30. Also, Ms. Terri Bedgood received the Pioneer Award. Happy anniversary goes out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Willie Henry (Gladys) Hines, who are celebrating their 32nd wedding anniversary this week; Mr. and Mrs. Tommie (Jacquelyn) Davis on their 5th on May 27; and Mr. and Mrs. Randy (Debra) Stevens on their 7th on May 29. We wish them many, many more! Congratulations to Mrs. Ola Kate Pace of Grantville, who was chosen Mother of the Year by the Business and Professional Women's Club on May 13. Congratulations to Mrs. Carla E. Sumerlin, wife of Mr. George Sumerlin of Atlanta, who gradu- ated from Clark Atlanta University. The commencement exercises were held on campus at the Harkness Hall on Monday, May racved a MLers of Arts in Counseling & Psychological Service. She is the daughter of the late Mr. Carl Elder and Mrs. Miriam Elder of Atlanta. Good luck, Carla! WE'RE SORRY TO REPORT that Mr. Willie Oscar Rosser of Lone Oak is a patient at West Georgia Medical Center. Also, Mrs. Rudine Sewell of Hogansville is a patient at Emory Peachtree Regional Hospital in Newnan. We wish them a speedy recovery! Birthday greetings go out to: Mrs. Oretha Burston, Ms. LaTasha Colton, daughter of Ms. Thelma Colton, Ms. Rosa Mae Cousins, Mrs. Martha Louise Dean, Andere Griggs, Ms. LaTonya Gunnells, Mr. Ricky Harris, Mr. Thomas Harris, Mondre Hussey, Ms. Tania Jones, daughter of Ms. Helen C. Jones, Mrs. Georgia H. Hines, Mrs. Janie B. Hines, Mr. Joseph Godfrey, Ms. JoAnn Jackson, in memory of Mr. Charlie Matthews, Mrs, Charlie Kate Lakes, Briana Fountain, great- granddaughter of Mrs. Josephine ROBBer, in memory of Mrs. Louisiana Phillips, Mr. Ralph Rice, in memory of Mr. Rufus RoBBer, Brooke Elsie Portress, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry (Alice) Portress, Mr. Dennis Rhodes, Ms. Vickie Rutledge, Ms. LaTonya Rhodes, in memory of Mr. Leonard Sewell, Charles Sanders, Tomia Hines, in memory of Mrs. Mamie Jones, and Ms. Rosa Mae Wilkerson. WE'RE HAPPY TO REPORT that Mr. Cleveland Bedgood of St. Marks and Mrs. Eura Mae Sewell of Hogansville are home | | | | | ! I Eggs, Grits, | and Bacon, ' ! | Sausage or Ham , | Coupon Required. | | Not valid with arty other offer. | Expires June 9, 2000 ernment approval, lender con- sent, and certain other contin- gencies. The WesTek operations will complement those of Dan River's Engineered Products Division. The transaction is expected to close in the third quarter. from the hospital and doing fine. Congratulations to Mrs. Frances Beasley of Grantville on the birth of her granddaughter, Aliah Joidan, weighing seven pounds, 12 ounces born May. 18. Ms. Panthinea Evette Beasley is the proud mother. The White Plains United Methodist Church, Highway 100, St. Marks community will spon- sor a Brunswick stew sale on Saturday, June 3rd beginning at 12 noon. The price will be $6 per quart. For any information, call Mrs. Annie Marie Ellis at (706) 672-4685 or Mr. Quinton Dean at (706) 672-3142. THE COMMUNITY GOSPEL Male & Female Chorus will cel- ebrate their 25th anniversary at the White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks beginning Saturday evening, May 27 at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, May 28 at 1:30 p.m. The public is cordially invited. Have a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend!!! WesTek, a privately held cor- poration, has operations in Thomaston and Hogansville and corporate offices in Columbia, South Carolina. The company pro- duces specialty adhesive coated yarns and fabrics for use in auto- motive and industrial hoses, con- veyor belts, tire reinforcement textiles, and other industrial applications. Dan River manu- factures industrial yarn and fab- rics in its plant in Porterdaie. "The inclusion of the manu- facturing facilities and skilled work force of WesTek to Dan River's engineered products busi- ness will enhance Dan River's ability to service its customers in the industrial textile markets. WesTek will bring a valuable product line to Dan River with the addition of the tire reinforce- ment business," said Joseph L. Lanier, Jr., Chairman and CEO of Dan River. "We look forward to welcoming WesTek's associates as an integral part of the Dan River team." "Becoming part of Dan River makes good sense for WesTek and its employees as well as being good for our customers and sup- pliers," said William M. Davis, President and Chief Executive Officer of WesTek. Dan River, Inc. is a leading manufacturer and marketer of textile products for the home fashions, apparel fabrics and industrial textile markets. In addition to the specialty engi- neered textile products referred to above, the company designs, manufactures and markets a coordinated line of value-added home fashions products consist- ing of bedroom furnishings such as comforters, sheets, pillowcas- FNE DINING 129 Main St. * Beautiful Downtown LaGrange (706) 812-1880 Tuesday - Saturday, 4:30 p.m. 'till (;rear [)ililg " (;r,at. /ItntO.llwr CALL ABOUT LIVE ENTERTAINMENT WEEKENDSt F I N E D I N I N G 8 Vacation Bible School ,? i / GOD'S WONDERFUL WORLD June 5th through 9th 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Hogansville Church of Christ Mountville Road (706)-637-4299 I es, shams, bed skirts, decorative pillows and draperies for the adult, juvenile, and institutional markets. Dan River also manu factures and markets a broad range of high quality woven cot- ton and cotton blend fabrics for apparel and believes that it is the leading supplier of men's dress shirting fabrics in North America. PARKWAY MOTORS, INC. 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