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PAGE 2A - HdGANSVIUJ HOME NEWS - JUNE 15, 2000 JOB FAIR 49 immediate openings in Peachtree City Express Personnel Services in partnership with the Georgia Department of Labor will be taking applications at the Meriwether County Department of Family and Children Services on Friday, June 16 at 9 a.m. Candidates must be available for all shifts, have 6 months prior mfg. exp., and reliable transportation to Peachtree city. For more information and directions, call (706) 884-9003. Hogans' Family Reun" Continued From Page 1A tSeveral members of the Hogan family have died since the last reunion, but there are addi- tions to the family that will keep the family lines going for years to come. Many still remember the last reunion 13 years ago. Mary Jean Stevenson Meyer of Mundy, Texas said the last reunion was "mem- orable and worthwhile." Meyer remembers as a child spending many nights with her grandmother, Virginia Hogan Stevenson, who lived in Mundy. Meyer heard the stories of her grandmother's child- hood and her life on the plantation in Hogansville. "She told stories of the civil war and of seeing the distant flames of Atlanta's burn- ing," she said. 'q'he visit to Hogansville made these stories come alive for me." One cousin said of the last reunion, it was like a "shot in the arm" since she had been in poor health for several years. She said it was a miracle to get this many "kinfolk" together. VIEW FROM THE PAST: This photo taken in October of 1918 shows William and his sisters Virginia Hogan Stevenson and Rebecca Hogan Amis, three children founder of Hogansville. WHY LiLT ANYONE ELSE BUILD YOUR DREAM HOML • DAN RIC HOMES IS A LOCALLY OWNED COMPANY WHO HAS BEEN IN BUSINESS FOR OVER 25 YEARS • DAN-RIC HOMES IS AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL HOMEBUILDERS ASSOCIATION, • DAN-RIC HOMES IS AN FHA/VA APPROVED BUILDER WEllE BUILT OVER 2000 HOMES IN WEST GA Alig EAST ALA! 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This year's festival, to be held Oct. 21 and 22, promises to he bigger and better than any of the past festivals. The festival committee says that this year there will be in excess of 50 booths and more fun and games than ever before. Festival committee chair- man Bill Stankiewicz stated, "We need help to meet our objectives, which are to provide wholesome family oriented fun and entertainment, to raise money for the beautification of Hogansville, and to increase the number of visitors to our city. We need volunteers to work on Auburn Colonial Mall (334) 826-8555 Opelika 3798 Pepperell Pkwy. (334i 749-2535 festival planning, and to work on the days of the festival." Anyone wishing to help work on the festival, especially dur- ing the festival itself, should contact Suzanne Cook at (706) 637-8411. Suzanne is heading up the committe:for festival hosts. The hosts will assist vis- itors and man rides and amuse- ments." Staniewicz added, 'tWe are asking for donated items for auctions and a white elephant sale to be conducted during the festival." Now would be a great time to clean out your attic, basement or garage and donate those unwanted items to the fes- tival. There will be a silent auc- tion at the festival dinner held on Friday night, a street tion on and a 7o of the the beautification Hogansville. Anything unsold of the festival will be to charity. What help the city and clean attic, basement or same time? Anyone with a should contact at (706) 637-6365. Joan willt dinate picking up your tion. Lots of other ities are planned for weekend. Look for future articles. Ho gansviUe High Will Tie in With • "seing tlie arts ing the time in He tiering who you will run you haven't seen in ages. At this time we getting the word out. the festival, we are vendors and would be great to have ented HHS alumni their talent back home. For more at 637-9582, or Harrison ('70). Hogansville's, Oct. 21-22 Hummingbird Festival offers a great opportunity for a Hogansville High School reunion ofaU classes.Remember what fun it was five years ago? The suggestion is that every- one begin contacting former classmates so plans can be made to be in Hogansville that week- end. Ideas for the reunion include a dance on Saturday night and a worship service on Sunday morn- ing, and of course, spending the day Saturday and Sunday brows- ing around the shops in town and Fake Robbery Continued From Page 1A He also statdd he noticed Jones and Clark headed towa rdl apartment while patroling near the downtown area. In the meantime, another Hogansville Chevrbn to purchase a cup of coffee. As he entered the officer heard kicking and mumbling coming from a discovered Hannah in the back room. 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