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May 27, 2004

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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2004 PA(;~ 3-A • "Pizza" ' • Calzones • Hoagies • Appetizers • Hot Wings -. Domestic& Import Beer • Spaghetti • Lasagna All dough & sauces are made FRESH in our kitchen! I PIZZERIA & PUB Springs, GA 706-655-2300 OPEN LATE EVERY DAY Monday - Tlmmr~ay • 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday & Saturday • 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sunday • 12 Noon to 10 p.m. i • Parmesan (Eggplant & Cl-~ken) • Other Specialty Pasta Dishes • Salads + • Wines • Soups • Great Service Handicap Facilities Enjoy Our Covered Deck. • ~ I I l I ~]a r I~ T • TI T , m ~.lq+~l++ ]t+.tl l,l~,l,,{qtt lt,[]tRli,li i~~ ~(qt++Li'• ---[;~lli[~l,,[, ......... - Riley Jones, daughter of Troy i!f~l Deidre Jones, and great-grand- ~ ~11~. hter of Jimmie Robinson celebrat- "-- tltl -~ her first birthday on Saturday, May :~;: ++5 with a birthday party and cookout. J~ral family members attended. Riley many nice birthday cards and i I'!~ FAREWELL I!After four years I~!~ owner/opera- ~ of the Money ]l~k store in il~s~,e, Gina e closed her +' onMay+I: HI re, she and ILnlanager Vickie I l~.--~omb talk ' --:m~o~ their many |'i! odes. The II i~Ore was sched- l|3&~l to immedi- l |ately re-open I/~nder McDonald ! . HONORED- On Thursday, May 13th, Communities in Schools presented LaQuita Harris with an award for being the most improved student in the CIS program at Hogansville Elementary School. Communities in Schools recruits volunteers to work with stu- dents to improve reading and math skills. Rev. Harold Willis, pastor of First Baptist Church, Hogansville, was LaQuita's tutor. Congratulations to LaQuita, and thanks to Rev. Willis and all the Communities in Schools vol- unteers. GOOD SEASON- Pictured here are the 9-10 year old baseball team, the Community Bank & Trust Twins, coached by John Cook. They are, not in order, Thomas Eugene Bales, Jr., Thomas Luke Burruss, Johnny Castillo, Richard ~ Cote,+ +Jos+hua Wesley Cook;+ Michael Fincher, Wesley Thomas Hawk, Joshua Osborn; Bradley Lee Ray, TyQuadre Deshaune Rosser, Randall Jordan Striblin, Patrick Dean Strickland and James Chandler Wilkerson. A.J. Cook and Evan Kidd are not pictured. CorinthPlans Gospel Singing June 5 heA -gospel singing will be ld at Corinth Baptist Church on June 5 at 7 p.m. Featured singers are from LaGrange, and Southern Vision from Christianairs from Columbus, Heavenly Strings LaGrange. May 27 Joy Pase Cristin Howell Brent Ful]er Christy Calhoun Linda Neese Cindy Spradlin Phyllis Wegienka Nelson Cavai~.~ Dwayne Barber Robin Borrett Virginia Arfley Jessica Chipman MiSsy Hammett May 30 June 1 Billy Lott Anita Williams May 28 Chasity Posey Luke Anderson Eli Jackson June 2 Nelda Zimmerman Helen "let-ell Alan Potter Staphanie Spradlin Hilton Odom Cole Calhoun Wynette Cook Jody McDaniel Grant Arrington Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kristn Pittman Jordan Whaley Stephens (A) Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Davis Kelly Freeman C.V. Duffey (M) (A) Randal Wllliamson Grace Neese(M) Mr. and Mrs. Lamar May 31 Powers (A) May29 AlysonLee Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Daniel Gottshall Ashley Williams Todd (A) Heather Brewer Caitlin Bowles Doc Phillips (M) • • New Private Chnsuan School Trinity Christian Academy, a non-denominational Christian school with certified teachers in the Manchester/Warm Springs area, is now accepting applications, for the 2004-2005 school year, for K5 through 8th grades. Fee incentives offered for early registration before June 1, 2004. (Transportation may be available) , Fo~ more information please contact: Beth Waddell 655-242(~ ~Miilie Cook 846-2205 • Brooke Clifton 975-0443 ~-~- _ . ,~ ,,~ .. :: - . . , - ! , • ++~ = : r. +'+;.-: - ,+:- +-- ~ ], " Hudson Farm & PEACHES NOW RIPE! Pick or We Pick NOW OPEN! a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on GA Hwy 173 between Woodbury, Warm Springs, and Manchester Follow The Signs To Hudson Farm +.~ 706-846-5658 H_ome Pl(ace CALLNUW FOR $3,000 OFFt WM Phone ilppltcation , 1505 LaFayette Parkway. LaGrange 706-684-2444 ,# America Place Introducing Absolutely Free Checking From Flag Bank At Flag Bank, free checking is free - absolutely. That's why we call it Absolutely Free Checking. No hidden costs and no strings attached. With Absolutely Free Checking, you wilt nave: • NO direct deposit requirement • No monthly maintenance fee • Free unlimited check writing • Free ATM]Debit Card • Free unlimited usage of Flag Bank ATIVls . 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