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i. HOGANSVILLE ItoME NEWS - TtttJRSDAY, JUNE 13, 2002 PAGE 5-A 7 'Huge Yard Sale' Planned Saturday at Piggly Wiggly The Antioch Baptist Church Social Critters are sponsoring a huge "Yard Sale" on Saturday June 15 from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Piggly Wiggly parking lot on Hwy 29 N. Everyone is welcomed to come and browse around, said a spokesman. i  , - Antioch Baptist Church held its annual Vacation Bible School last Saturday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. than 100 in attendance. There was plenty of Bible study, crafts, eats and fun for all. Announces Campaign Commission Chairman Dudley Gunter, my candidacy for of Chairman of the County Board of Ihave chosen Ibecause of my strong desire to actively participate in the direction of the community in which my rand yours, live, work and play. County government deserves experience, deter- , and vision. We are and win be embracing new chal- tbrought about by HB 489, the current LOST negotia- and the SPLOST building projects approved by the !last year. My knowledge and experience as former will enable me to begin work on these and other immediately. to be honest, forthright and fair. I will treat thi dignity and respect. I will use my energy to bet- COmmunity. vision is for Troup County government to help pro- for continued economic opportunities. fairly the necessary resources for our safe- and other departments to give the deserves. work diligently toward these goals. DUDLEY GUNTER Saves Life Trapped in Fire Kuylendall Saturday, June 1, County firefighters and Michael live of a respirato- at his residence in Land subdivision on Old Chipley Road Mountain. by the Troup Board of on Tuesday, | for the act of heroism. 1:00 a.m. at the of the put out a fire on the stove." As Cross entered the home, he noticed the smoke was very heavy. The fire- fighter had to crawl around the home and search for Mr, Clark. "This is what you train for," Cross said. "A firefight- er knows that each time he or she is dispatched to a fire, there is a possibility their De or the life of someone else might be on the line. You are prepared for it, but when it happens, you still get a little nervous." Cross found Clark uncon- scious in a hall of the home near the kitchen area. "I grabbed him and quickly removed him," Cross said. By this time, Firefigher/EMT Williams had arrived on the scene. "I realized that Clark was in respiratory arrest," Williams said. "I immediate- ly began CPR on him." "You don't think, you just respond." Williams and his wife, Crystal, reside in LaGrange and have two children. Cross, also a l_,aGrange resident, is a father of two. smoke coming t belonged and Gloria Clark. Mrs. Clark him her husband the home. went to work the hi)se and pre- the home after that Mr. Clark had into the home," told firefight- hadgone to try and By tia SUCCESSFUL VISIT - The White Sands Panhandle Band of Pensacola recently hosted a bluegrass-gospel festival in LaGrange, coordinated by Hoofers and the Gospel Bam, located at 3472 Hogansville Road. ?, I I I I 1 & 2 Bedroom Units. Central Heat & Air Stove'& Refrigerator ,., (,+mmty Of: uon, r. 2:ao -4: (706) 637.A337 " :.# Rd Hogamm 707 [, +, .... I Ill I [I I Ill I I I II I I Ill II II 706-884-6100 Thanks for voting us "Best Wait Staff in 11 Grantville- I00ne Oak Count: in a row! ,.,.r...,.... I1 x, re h ByJ , ' ' .. GRAND e' ppy to report that Mrs. Mandy Heard and Mr. Silas Trammell of Grantville are home from the hospital and doing fine. n00NG Mrs. Sandra Ford Brown of Lone Oak is a patient at Emory  Rehabilitation Center in Atlanta. We Ssh her a speed recov- erYHappy anniversary wishes go out to the following cou- Sat., June 15 & Sun., June 16 pies: Mr. and Mrs. Charles (JoAnn) Anderson on their 1st on June 16; Mr. and Mrs. Levi (Hazel) Jackson on June 15; Mr. and Mrs. Tony (Johnnica) Portress on their 4th on June 13 and Mr. and Mrs. Leon (Alicetine) Thompson on their 29th on June 17. We wish them many, many more! The 1966 graduates of Greenville Consolidated School celebrated their 36th class reunion on Sunday, June 9 at the New Mount Bethel Baptist Church in LuthersvilIe. It was enjoyed by all. Birthday greetings go out to: Mr. Danny Allen, Cochonda Amey, Mr. Gene Bailey, Mr. Darren Black, son Of Ms. Leonia Black, Mr. and Mrs. Ector (Marian) Dean, Mr. Wlllie Lee Clements, St., Ms. Sharon Nicole Dean, Justin Emanuel Clements, son of Minister Anthony ab.dMrs: Tangela Clements, Rev..C!arefi Ellison, Mrs+ RosalH. Bursttm, in memory of Mr. Samuel Ellis, Ms. Emma Lou Gla,qton, Ms. Tawanna Hines, Mr. Dereek Hudson, Mrs. Core Hines, Mrs. Sharon Hudson, Mr. Leon Johnson, Ms. Vickie McCall, Mrs. Inez McCambry, Mr. Ira Miller, in memory of Mr. Stanton Miller, Jr., Mrs. Verleda Mitchell, Ms. Annie Kate Pooler, Mr. Joe Rosser, son of Ms. Ellen Roser, Ms. Susie Rosser, Ms. Regina Rutledge, in memory of Mrs. Lillie Mac Sewell, Mr. Drumus Strozier, Mr. William James Sewell, Ms. Mary Strozier, and Edarius Rashard Williams, son of Ms. Stephanie Rutledge and Mr. Reginald Williams. The New St. Paul C.M.E. Church, Lone Oak invites every- one to their annual Men's Day Program on Sunday, June 16th at 11:00 a.m. with guest speaker, Mr. Richard Bedgood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland (Betty) Bedgood. Rev. T.D. Brown is the pastor. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks invites everyone to their annual Men's Day Program on Sunday, June 16 at 11:00 a.m. with guest preacher, Minister LoWinston Jackson, pastor of Total Faith Missionary Church in LuthersviUe. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasley, associate pastor. Vacation Bible School begins at the White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks on Monday, June 17 thru 21 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Adults and children are invited to attend. Ms. Annice Griggs is director. A very special greeting now that Father's Day is here, with all the love that's always yours each day through the yeart Happy Father's Dayt I 7500 Sq. Ft. Full of Antiques & Collectibles ] Special Discounts * 2 Days Only Refreshments * 1 00o00ansvilleAntique Mall 402-404 E. 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