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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVILLE Horm NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 2002 Officer Completes DUI ENTERTAINING- Calvin Pike and Tony Whisnant wowed the crowd with their ren- dition of the Blues brothers for the Mountville talent show. Mountville Community Club Enjoys Talent Show for May Mountville Community Club met May 20 for a talent show presented by mem- bers from six to 86-years-old. A variety of entertainment ranging from music, magic, cowboy rope and whip tricks, to song and dance by "The Blues Brothers" impersonators. President Frances Daniel gave the devotion and welcomed visitors and friends from Meriwether and Troup Counties including Mrs. Mark (Holly) Jones and children: Hunter, Raener and Skyler, of Big Springs Community; and Tim and Tanja Bozeman of Costley Rd. James Hubbard Finishes Marines' Basic Training LESS THAN PERFECT CREDIT WELCOME MAKE ALL SELECTIONS FROM OUR SHOWROOM "ONE STOP SHOP" QUALIFIED BUYERS CAN GET IN Marine Corps Pvt. James J. Hubbard, son of Patsy and Jimmy Hubbard of Hogansvflle, recently completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Hubbard successfully completed 12 weeks of training designed to challenge new Marine recruits both physically and mentally. He is a 1999 graduate of Newnan High School. NEWS ROUNDUP Church Women Hold Mission Study Union Chapel and St. Paul United Methodist Women held a Mission Study, "Courageous Women of the Bible" on Saturday, May 25 at Union Chapel United Methodist Church. Conducting the study was Mrs. Lucille Campbell, the LaGrange District United Methodist Women Coordinator for Education and Interpretation. Mrs. Mary McCauley is UMW President for Union Chapel and Ms. Phyllis Woods is presi- dent of St. Paul UMW. Reunion Plans Proposed for Festival It is time to get ready for the Hummingbird Festival and our high school's reunion. Many great ideas have been sug- gested. One is to have both Hogansville High and West End High School reunions during the festival which is planned for the third weekend in October. Much help is needed and if you can help in the planning of this weekend, please meet 1hesday, June 1 lth at 7:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall of First United Methodist Church on Main Street. Please enter from the rear of the church. For more information, call Wanda gowe 637-9,582. Signups Set for Springfield Bible School Register for Vacation Bible School at Springfield Baptist Church Saturday, June 8 from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Vacation Bible School will be held June 10-14 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Please come out and join us!! Church Homecoming Planned for Sunday Bible Baptist Church homecoming will be Sunday, June 9. Rev. Prescott, pastor, will preach. After lunch the Emanuel Trio and singers from the church will be singing. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. 11 i I I 1 I I I I I I  t Clip & Save Our New Phone #! z | Pizza ' !i U I The . . 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