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HOGANSVlIJ~ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2004 PAGE 5-A Ryne pitched a no-hit at Brent Kersey in Manchester to F&M Red Sox the ~ Dixie Youth ~,l~![To u r n a m e n t ~tte4 | Championship near the t~| ~ field where his s~ ~ father, Joey Casey, had 'dq~| I~ed a no-hit game ~d~ [ ~--hen he was ten years An_nua" I Old South Farm Day Region's Democrats Share Ideas Speaking to a meeting of 100 Georgia Democrats in Hogansville on Thursday evening, June 10, Lt. Governor Mark Taylor said, "I know tonight's gathering is a dream come true for many people in this room." "We have got to take our message outand speak to vot- ers as Democrats," he con- tinued. "We have to talk to them person to person on their front doorstep. We have to talk to them in small neigh- borhood meetings," he said. The meeting was spon- sored by the West Central Georgia Democratic Coalition made up of Democrats from Coweta, Harris, Meriwether and : Set for Saturday inWoodland ou, oun,os., om, s,o communicationf the coalition is to enhance "'YOU~ PEnIONAt OUTFITTER'" The annual Old South ~ann Day will be held in 1~ ~d on Saturday, June ~ from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. The annual colorful show- illg is presented and spon- ~red by Old South Farm ~.~Cum, Georgia Old Time lub, West Georgia Two der Club, Woodland ~boUnteer Fire Department, t County Chamber of ~erce, So-Wega Big Wheeler, and Talbot County it i~ ~ Bureau. The armual Farm Day will feature the following events, including: Antique Tractor, Gas Engines, Arts & Crafts, Mules, Horses, Plowing, Tractor Pull - Lawn Mower Pull (Trophies in each class will be presented), Wheat Binder, Wheat Thrasher, Hay Baler, Mowing Machine, Hay Rake, Wood Splitter, Wagon Rides, Pony Rides, Live Country Band, Mowing With Old Sickle Mowers, Oxen ~g Logs & Wagon. The public can also tour the Old South Farm Museum, Willie Frank and Henrietta Johnson of 11~ Ramstein, Germany, have refurned home after spending three weeks with her parents, t~ ltenry and Alice Nails of Grantville. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the ~y of Daniel S. Rosser of College Park in i | bisdeath. He was the grandson of Ellen Rosser Grantville. He is just away. Michael and Juwarnn Middleton and fam- ily of Anchorage, Alaska, have returned home after spending two weeks with her mother, CdadF, S V~ of Grantville. Z~an of SL Marks in the deatff of li~ brotli: " el,, George Caldwell of Atlanta. Earth has no IVrrow that Heaven cannot heal. An Happy anniversary to Charles and Joann derson on their third on June 16; L~vi and ltazel Jackson on June 15 and Leon and /l~cetine Thompson on their 31st on June t7. We wish them many more. . A very special happy birthday to Inez MCCambry of Grantville on her 87 years Young on June 15 and best wishes for good health and more happy birthdays to come. The 1966 graduates of Greenville COnsolidated School celebrated their 38th class reunion on Sunday, June 13 at Ryan's l~amily Steakhouse in LaGrange. It was tm~oyed by all Birthday greetings go to Danny Allen, O-ochonda Amey, Gene Bailey, Willie Lee We Have A Great Selection of Dad's Favorite Brands! Social Critters Meet and Eat The Social Critters ~lonthly meeting was. held JUne 10 at the home of Mike a~nd Edna Harmer in laIGrange. Some 25-30 members attended and enjoyed a deli- Cious meal, fellowship and THE YOUNG MAN AND THE SEA -This one didn't ~away - Chandler kerson caught himself a i~ow0 pound, 10 ounce rain- trout.on June 12. Now, that's one proud boy. ~5th over 2,000 items on dis- play in a 32,000-square foot building and see sections on Dairy Farming, Cotton Farming, Poultry Farming, Milk Bottling Plant, Cotton. Gin, VCater Section, Old Tractors, Reapers, Thrashers, Peach Packing Shed, Peanut Pickers, Grain Binders, Old Stoves, Ice Boxes and Pea Thrashers. For more information call Paul or Pare Bulloch at 706- 674-2706 (H) or 706 674-2894 (0). Clements St., Rev. Clarence Ellison, Rosalyn H. Burston, Ernest I~wis "Ricky" Cousins, in memory of Samuel Ellis, Cora Hines, Tawanna Hines, Derek Hudson, Leon Johnson, Sharon Hudson, Vickie McCall, in memory of Stanton Miller Jr., Verleda Mitchell, Annie Kate Pooler, Susie Rosser, Regina Rutledge, in memory of Lillie Mae Sewell, Drumus Strozier, Willie James Sewell, in memory of Mary Strozier, Mariam Joy Smith, Armond Jamari Upshaw, son of Cedric and Wakiki Upshaw, in memory of Clarence McCambry Sr., and Edarius Rashard Wflllani~' Son of Step~ie'Rutl~d~ r~md Reginald Williams. Don't forget that Sunday is Fathers Day. The White Plains United Methodist Church of St. Marks invites everyone to its annual Mens Day program on Sunday, June 20 at 11 a.m. Rev. George Beasley will be bringing the message. Rev. Nathale Walthall is the pastor. Vacation Bible School begins at the White Plains United Methodist Church in St. Marks on Monday, June 21 through June 25 from 6- 8 p.m. Adults and children are invited to attend. Annice Griggs is the director. II Pizza Seed for thought; The real heroes of the world are the men who take the time to make a difference in the life of a child. Happy Fathers Day. iiiiI III Calzones Hoagies ,:" Appetizen PIZZERIA & PUB 3830 ~ktgs, GA 706-6SS-Z300 Lasagna OPEN LATE EVERY DAY All dough & sauces Monday - Thursday 11 am. tO 10 p.m. are made FRESH in Friday & SaAurday 11 am. to 12 p.m. our kitchen! Smtday 12 NOOa to 10 p.m. among Democrats and to support loc:d and regional candidates in the November elections. Attending were candi- dates for school boards, coun- ty commissioners, judge- ships, congress and the United State Senate. From Meriwether County were Sandy Garrett, running for Sheriff, and Bob Trammell, Jr., for the Georgia Senate. Trammell, a Luthersville attorney whose area includes all of Meriwether and Harris counties and parts of Troup and Muscogee counties spoke briefly. "I love my hometown, and I love this area." He pledged himself to work hard to bring jobs to this area, to support educa- tion, and to clean up the Chattahoochee River. "We've got to work to pre- serve our public schools and to improve our public schools." he also expressed his strong support for the HOPE Scholarship, pointing out that 20,531 people in the four counties of the coalition have received $53,000,000 in HOPE grants and scholar- ships. "The statistic tells the story of what this program is doing T~ ~tte~," Trammell said. Moreland's Festival l ,Fire Proof Safe Regular *899 .ow o9[ 12 Months Same as lbRnme A Y, T E !' AIt [!( A D This year's ckett Station July 4th Festival will ~h~ actually be held on Saturday, July 3. The event will be held in dowfitown Moreland and fea- ture a variety of activities and attractions. * Panne~n Other Specialty Pa~ D~m Sai~ Sou Oessem~ .... Great Semite Handicap Facilities Enjoy Our Covered Deck. SYED A.S. IAFRI, M.D. Board Certified in Internal Medicine General Practice Ages 12 and Up are Welcome Some of the many services we offer include: Diabetes Management High Blood Pressure Management Cholesterol/Lipid Disorders Health Maintenance Obesity & Weight Management Pre-Employment Physicals Worker's Compensation Health Fairs Immunizations & Allergy Injections Free Blood Pressure Checks WE ALSO ADMIT & SEE PATIENTS AT THE HOSPITAL For Appointment Call: (706) 637-5544 (706) 884-9001 (706) 845-3075 ~/ ,r , --~ , , HII I~: t ~I~I ~ !1_11 ii2 II, [~, ~ |[;-1 i I L"ll,, rr~ I [t.l-: 1DLlUl. [ ~1il [H-: 1 t ~ll:~l,, [a~:~l | II [~ll 1~ ! 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