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HOGANSVIIJ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 2002 PAGE 3-A By Bryan Geter - Hogansville's Mayor Wilson St. Clair and the entire waste water department council are all smiles as Stuart Humphries of Crocker & Associates, Inc. present the beautiful plaque after being named "Aqua Aerobic Plant of the Year." There were 700 waste water treatment plants included. Hogansville was one of five in Georgia countnjwide that were named as "outstanding performance leaders in 2001." Pictured are St. Clair and Humphries holding the plaque as councilmen Bobby Joe Frazier, Frank Martin, Jimmy Jackson, along with Ron Buchanan, waste water manager, Jack Leldner and Ronald Hill look on. HOMES FOR SA By Bryan Geter "TOP OP" - Hogansville's Water and Waste Water Department Director Ron Buchanan, (L) stands with City Manager David Aldrich after receiving the 2001 "TOP OP" Operator's Award for having the best waste water plant in District 4. Buchanan won this award in 1998, 1999 and now, 2001. District 4 is made up of 35 counties in the state. Buchanan .gives credit to his entire staff for a job well done. We're sorry to report that John L. Grady of is a patient at r Memorial Hospital in Also, Ms. Annella of Hogansville is a at Emory Peachtree Hospital in We wish them a recovery ! very special happy to Mrs. Willie Mac Atlanta, formerly of on her 90 years on June 26 and more to come. llAppy ANNIVERSARY g cou- Mr. and Mrs. Leon (Rhonda) Hines on their 7th on June 30; Mr. and Mrs. Claudell (Wylene) Phillips on their 17th on June 29; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy (Mary Joyce) Godfrey on their 29th on June 30 and Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis (Phyllis) Williams on their 13thon July Ist. We wish them many, many more! We're sorry to report that Rev. Willie Ed Geter, pastor of White Plains and Louise United Methodist Churches, suffered a stroke. THE 1972 GRADUATES of Greenville High School celebrated their 30th class reunion on Saturday evening, Thrash Participates in Scholarship Program James R. (Ricky) Thrash, Washington policy makers a student at Callaway and observing the American School in Hogansville, political process on Capitol Hill. Program in D.C. / and more than 450 high school juniors and from 41 states, the of Puerto the District of American Samoa explored the government at work. political issues with HIGHLIGHTS OF the week included seminars with Senator Daniel Inouye (D HI), NBC Legal Correspondent Pete WLlliams and former presidential can- didate Ralph Nader;, appoint- ments with members of Congress, visits to foreign embassies and a Twilight Tattoo mih't performance and review. June 22 at the old Luthersville Elementary School. It was enjoyed by all. Birthday greetings go out to: Emberly Janise Clark, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Emmitt (Janet) Clark, Ms. Sabrina Clayton, Ms. Hazel T. Colton, Kimberly Cook, niece of Mrs. Vita Sewell, Mr. Willie Oscar "Bill" Cousins, Shantivria Calvinette Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin (Juliette) Ellis, Mrs. LaTonya Vanni Ellison, Mrs. Bessie S. Hardy, Mr. Michael Harris, Mr. Dwight Lionel Hardaway, Mr. Edward Dobbs, in memory of Mr. Gene Robert Rosser, Ms. Frances Jean. Rosser, Mr. Paul Rosser, Jonathan Robertson, Taylor Dunton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Tony (Jennifer) Dunton, Ashley Strozier, in memory of Mr. Raymond Stinson and Mr. WLllie Jim Strozier. THE WHITE PLAINS United Methodist Church, St. Marks Community invites everyone to their Children's Day Program on Sunday, June 30 with guest speaker, Little Miss Mary Rosegenea White, daughter of Ms. Sylvia Black White. SEED FOR THOUGHT: Children need models more than they need critics. 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According to police reports, Camario E Rutledge, 17, of 211 Ware Street was standing in the roadway hold- ing a three foot long brown, wooden stick and screaming at several individuals. Officer T. J. Short said Alicia R. Jackson of 2632 Mobley Bridge Road asked him to inspect the damage to her car, a 1996 Plymouth Neon, while Officer Lee began questioning Rutledge. Lee asked Rutledge why she had the stick and she responded that she was walking bare-foot and need- ed the stick to "fight off snakes." Rutledge told police that she didn't strike the vehicle and said she didn't "get along" with the complainant. POLICE STATED that at this point, Rutledge decided to leave the scene but officer had her to sat down until the incident was cleared. At this time, report states that Rutledge got upset and began to get loud and start- ed using profanity. Police advised her to calm down and when she would not, Rutledge was arrested. Damage to the vehicle is estimated at $500 at this time. Officers said there were three medium dents in the roof of the vehicle. IN ANOTHER CASE, Officer Johnny Lockard arrested Joshua Sherrer on Monday morning and charged him with the burgla- ry of a home at 104 Maple Street where a knife and a pistol were taken, recently. Sherrer also was charged with violation of probation. Editor's Note: The week- ly police news is taken from reports filed at the Hogansville Police Department and are a mat- ter of public record. Those listed in the police new, have - only been charged in each incident and are innocent oj all charges until proven guilty in a court of law. Open Every Saturday at 8 a.m. Sunday at 1 p.m. Vendors Welcome NO TABLE 707-628-5033 CHARGE 3905 Hudson Mill Rd. Cataula, Ga Watch For Signs 716 N. 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