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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSI)AY, JL'NE 6, 2002 I)A(;; 3-A Reading Program p ; Starting Today for Hogansville Public 1 Reading Program begins Come get your passport to g@yourlibrary TM and a with a patch, bookmark, stick- 0feOUrse, your passport. Our mascot, is leading us on a world tour of :hildren's Librarian, Dottie full of fun pro- exciting adventure of stories the world. 13, Eric Litwin, storyteller and extraordinaire, begins with his pro- Old Fashion." Meet a Russian Yvonne Bledsoe on June 20. introduces everyone to a llama L'aerica on June 27. On Wednesday, visit the American Southwest with Jean Crocker. Pat Gay, LaGrange Memorial Storyteller takes us to the magical land of folk tales on July 11. Cliff Patton, ventrilo- quist and magician, with his friends Skeeter and Frizzy Hare have Things Hoppin' with magic, comedy and balloon artistry on July 18. On July 25, Carol Cain highlights our last program with stories from around the world, grand prizes are announced and refresh- ments served. All programs are at 3:00 p.m. at the library each week and are on Thursdays except for the July 4 holiday. The library is closing that day, so the program is on Wednesday, July 3. So, pack your bag with books and earn prizes for reading and participation in all the programs. Flyers with all the details are avail- able at the library. See you later alligator! By Frances Robinson :LL - A retirement reception for the personnel of Crocker Elementary honored Mr. Chuck Brazeal on his retiring from teaching after 30 years. The held at the school on Sunday, May 23rd. Lynn Stephens and William Scott Odom Mr. Odom Make Plans Mrs. Huell Stephens of Hogansville announce and forthcoming wedding of their daugh- to William Scott Odom, son of Mr. and Mrs. will take place June 22nd at 2:30 p.m. at T,e the Glades. is the granddaughter of Mrs. Faith Smith of the late Buck Smith and the late Mr. and Mrs. M.N. Sandy is employed by Matt Orr State ,gency. She is a graduate of Hogansville grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Prather and the late Mr. and Mrs. William J. Odom. are Mrs. Alma Culberson of Greenville James H. Culberson. Scott is employed with in LaGrange. He is a graduate of School. Ellis Graduates Signal Training Army Pvt. Earl F. Ellis, Jr. has graduated from the signal support systems spe- cialist course at Fort Gordon, Augusta. The 10-week course teaches skills and knowledge required to provide telecom- munications to combat units in field wire construction, tactical radio retransmission and small switchboards. Ellis is the son of Earl F. and Rose M. Ellis of Grantville and a 1999 gradu- ate of Greenville High School. NEED MONEY?? 1st & 2nd Mortgage Loans Also Land and Mobile Home Loans No Up Front Cost FAST APPROVAL APPLY BY PHONE Contact Jimmy Davidson or Dee Dee Gaskin 706-674-2215 ! L [ VISIT US ON THE INTERNET AT www.mansours.com II STORE HOURSL r, ,,r i.r2 ;'t,! ;  ;pt I * FREE GIFT WRAP EVERY DAY * GOLDEN BONUS 10% OFF EVERY TUESDAY Every week we help thousands of people Killer FLO'S Home Decor GOING our OF BUSINESS Prices 4N R0'dt H): Ma, Drasticallv ff000)00200 Reduced Many Items at WholeSale Prices!