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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 2004 "'We Love What We Do" The. Only Dedicated Real Estate Office in Hogansvilde, Agent Availabili~ 24/7! CHECK WITH US FOR HOME RENTALS! F.m~tt J~ew, Sandm mephens, ~J Spra~in, ~y ~ i I .... ['--" - - - ] IAUTO : EXCHANGE I MAKE A CHANGE WITH AUTOEXCHANGE I I Mon.- Fri. 9-7, Sat. 9-5 (or untill last customer is served) I 1 527 New Franklin Rd. (former Autoland Location) I 706-882-9757.1-866-7-CAR-YES : E-maih autoexchange@bellsouth.net : SHOP ONLINE ANYTIME: I o www.selphautoexchange.com | $1J0 DOWH & I JOB 6UARANTEES YOg I CAR! See One of Our Friendly Staff Members For Details! Tony Selph Don Womack Kris Brand Jennifer Lawson I 11IIllllll--llll--ll-- BlUiK BAT[S AS LOW AS 4,59% ILP.it Janet Waldroup, Sherrie Sprague ~1 Let us make your DREAM .... , ,~ Come True! ~ign 1210 1~Ttion "A " o,'4944 mo #i $ODOWN On Your Land ) .~H0mes are 100% ~mplete. Stick Built. Board by Board g100% Financing is A~ilable ~Land/n0m Packages ,~Nailable ~FREE INITIAL PRE-QUALIFICATION. NO FEES. ~fBUILDER PAYS CLOSING COSTS ~'Backed by 30 YEARS experience in the New nomebuilding Industry ~Fully Staffed Cust0mer Service Department ~10 Year Limited Warranty from Residential Warranty Co.ration ~Less than perfect credit is welcome. Even Ch 7 & Ch 13 Bankruptcy. .} + ::'IUILOIN6 FOIl YOUI FUIUIIE" Click on " www.danric.c0m to preview some of our floo~plans Call our Certified New Home Specialist Today. Angela 706,,8~75 or 800-741-2512 Ext. 204 Sheila 706~83-3483 or 800-741-2512 Ext. 205 im;+ssm+) +,+d + t'l'a~ ~t +lMm m~t~+~: II I ? By POWER FOR THE JOB - One of the most popular attractions at the Woodland Old South Farm Days was the collection of agricultural equipment, including a wide variety of tractors. Growing Interest Old South Farm Day Shows Pride of Area's Agricultural By BILLY BRYANT, Last Saturday s annu- al Old South Farm Day in Woodland has been declared a success. The event is sponsored. every June by Old South Farm Museum, Georgia Old Time Plow Club, West Georgia Two Cylinder Club, Woodland Volunteer Fire Department, Talbot County Chamber of Commerce, SoWega Big Wheeler, Talbot County Farm Bureau and Para and Paul Bullock. The crowd began to come in early Saturday morning on what turned out to be the hottest day of the year. There was plenty for the large crowd on hand to do. The crowd stayed busy looking at antique tractors, gas engines, all kinds of arts and crafts, horses, mules plowing, tractor pulls, lawn mower pulls, a wheat binder, hay balers, hay rakes, wood splitters, wagon rides, live country music, pony rides and swing rides. Each year the crowd seems to get larger. Last Saturday seemed to be the I:~ ~st crowd*yet,,,,and it seemed to enjoT the out- door event. The Old South Farm Museum was also open for the capacity crowd to enjoy. With over 2,000 items on display in a 32,OOO-foot building, there are sec- tions on dairy farming, cot- ton farming, poultry farm- ing, milk bottling plant, cot- ton gin, water section, old tractors, reapers, thrash- ers, peach packing shed, peanut pickers, grain binders, old stoves, ice ,boxes and pea thrashers. IMPRESSIVE - Veteran farmers and city slickers alike were fascinated with this live stration of sawmilling using vintage equipment. TOOLS OF THE TRADE- Folks~unfamiliar with farm life got to see the big quipment close and also learn how it is used. By Billy Bryant FRIENDS OF THE FARMER - T h e Georgia Forestry Service brought in some heavy equipment a n d answered many ques- tions. By m)/aryant FUN WITH VINYL- Youngsters enjoyed jumping in the inflatable bounce castle brought in for the event. BRAVE ENOUGH? The tallest piece of n't a tractor but a portable rock-climbing wall that the adventurous patrons could tackle. PLENTY TO ety of attractions activities, but the mary emphasis on farming and life. Tractors both and new were avail" able for close" tion and there more than a couple friendly disa( ments about makes the best tor.