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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2005 Page aA ; k. , 4 Classified Bargains, 7-9A I GEE, GRANDPA - Nick Riney marvels at the 7-pound bass that he and grandfather Ron Buchanap hooked on Saturday, June 4, after the car show in Hogansville. At right, Nick checks out a catch he made on his own. Grandpa, Hogansville's public works director and building inspector, sometimes fills in for the boy's father, who is on duty in Iraq. By Paul McCorvey GOOD JOB - Serving on this year's Reunion Committee were (L-R) Paula Primm, Iris Knowles, Mary Miner, Jo Eichenberger, Charles James, and Carlene James. Harris City, Here l Come... Annual Reunion Enjoyed, But Will Young Folks Carry Torch? was held in 1991, there were "Many people are bringing By PAUL McCORVEY It may be time the "Harris City Kids" passed the torch. Fift.y-fpur attended the 14th reunion Saturday night, June 4fithdRo0sevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation clubhouse. Last year 79 showed for the annual get-together of folks who grew up in the unincor- porated town, that lies between Warm Springs and Greenville. When the first reunion 130 people, many from the town's original 25 families. "The discouraging thing is that attendance is down this year," Jo Eichenberger said. She and the late Claire Bass hatched the idea for the first reunion while sitting and talk- ing about the great kids they had grown up with in the small town that consisted only of three grocery stores. "The encouraging thing is that we have so many young people," Eichenberger said. their children. If we don't have young people come, I am afraid it will be on its way OUt." Eichenberger said it is up to the parents to keep the young people interested. Charles and Carlene James, members of this year's reunion committee, certainly did their part. All of their children - Thomas, Ben, Christy, Steve, and Sandi and her husband, Mike Bates - were on hand. Congratulations to Sandra V. Phillips, daughter of the late Thomas Varner and Gladys Bohannon Varner of Grantville, whO graduated from Troy State University. The commencement exer- cise was held at the First Baptist Church in Augusta on Friday, May 27. She received a masters degree in counsel- ing and psychology. She is also the granddaughter of the late William and Theresa Bohannon. Alice Mae Nalls of Grantville has returned home after spending three weeks with her daughter and son- in-law, Willie Frank and Henrietta Johnson of Ramstein, Germany. Congratulations to Rita Ann Parks, daughter of Janie Parks of Grantville, who graduated from Newnan High School. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY wishes go to Dexter and Mary Ownes on their 9th on June 1; Clifford and Robyn Riddle on their 1st on June 5; Douglas and Brenda Pritchett on their 14th on June 8; and Denis and Shandra Rhodes on their 14th on June 7. We wish them many more. BIRTHDAY GREET- INGS go to Barbara Annette Addle, Sontreon Tonmecia, daughter of Sonja Addle, Rashad Cameron, sor of Willie and Angela Cameron, Deborah Brbwn, Dereka Brown, Dominique Rashay Colton, granddaughter of Arvella Colton, Travis Colton, grandson of Willie Lee and Mary Colton, Albert Dean, Justin Emanuel Clements, son of Anthony and Tangela Clements, Cessinee Dean, daughte.r of Rev. Frank and Alice Dean Jr., Frances Blount, Darron Dean, Sharon Nicole Dean, Ector and Marian Dean, Gloria O. Easter, in memory of Ollie Beatrice Fitten, in memory of Freddie Foster, Emma Lou Glanton, Justin Grady, Darron Black, Jasmine Harris, granddaughter of the late Mr. andMrs. Mr. andMrs. Terry Hines Sr., Joseph Antonio Hines, sot/ of Rev. Joseph and Janie Hines, louise Hines, Konrad Hines, Robert Hines, Zelda Hines, DeAndre Terez, grandson of Charles and Emma Jean Hawkins, Jarrett Johnson, Larry E. Leigh, Frederick Lowe II, nephew of Debbie Lowe, in memory of Emma Hawkins, Thomas Hines III, Thomas Hines IV, in memo- ry of Addle Mae Lundy, Tommie Ann Lax, Jerome Nalls, Corey B. Parks, son of Sharon Dean, Derrick Patterson, Petula H. Petty, Annette Phillips, Mike Purgason, Joyce Miller, Annie R. Reese, Destiny Robinson, daughter of William and Deborah Robinson, Jonathan Robertson, son of Rev. and Mrs. Ray Robertson, Joe Rosser, son of Ellen Rosser, Marvin Lewis Snellings, Wayne Malcolm, Jeffery Parks, James Edward Stewart, grandson of Willie and Elease Stewart, Martha W. Stewart, in memory of Jake Talley, Tyrone Tigner, Jamie Wheelous and Roger Williams. You are invited to attend the 127th anniversary of Bethlehem Baptist Church of St. Marks community on Sunday, June 12 at 2 p.m. Rev. Sam Cameron, pastor of Springfield Baptist Church of LaGrange, will be bring- ing the message. Dinner will be served. Vacation Bible School will be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church on June 13 through June 17 from 5 until 7 p.m. nightly. All children are invit- ed to attend. Rev. Lucy Stanley is director. Rev. Willie Joe Cameron is the pastor. Don't forget Sunday is Childrens Day. SEED FOR THOUGH.. Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6 New Faith Bap st 307 Church St. Hogansville,GA 678478-5887 Pastor Mike Parker Would like to invite the youth of Hogansville 6- 15 years to a Lock-In, this Friday Night, June 10, 2005 at 7:00 p.m.- 8:00 .q :! yourself, and even your parents. There will be LOTS OF FOOD & LOTS OF FUNI We love you & Jesus does too! So come on down to New Faith Baptist Church and Church I! Bring your sleeping bag, pillow, Get your Blessing. For Details Call: 770-927-3396 678-378-5886 678-687-3771 We Make Free Checking ," .Coolt 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. And when you open an Absolutely Free Checking account between now and July 12, 2005, you'll receive this Subzero Party Tub! This durable, large-capacity, insulated cooler is perfect for entertaining anytime. To find out more about Absolutely Free Checking or any of our other checking accounts, stop by your nearest Flag Bank branch today. FLAG00.00, . v ! q 1 i BANK www.flagbank.com (706) 845-5000 Troup County Locations Hogansville Office: 111 High Street , LaGrange Main Office: 101 North Greenwood Street LaFayette Parkway Office: 1417 LaFayette Parkway , Lee's Crossing Office: 1795 Vernon Road Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender: 2005 Flag Financial Corporation. Resort fun in your own backyard.. With a short drive to Callaway Gardens, you can turn any day into a resort vacation. Explore 14,000 acres of natural wonders. Enjoy an array of resort activities and Callaway Gardens' charming restaurants. 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