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HOGANSVHJ.F. HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2003 PAGE ,J-A PHILLIPS to Have Special Music at the Fall Revival of Baptist Church Sunday- August 17-20, The theme is Adult Choir of the First Baptist will render the 11 a.m. service. night at eh 7 Joe and Gina , will bring Music. They in Alabama, South Carolina, and parts of JOver the past years. TALENTED- will bring the Joe and Gina Ables Special Music. by Mitch Morris, two months in 2000 and was played on U.S., Canada and stations, and has been request- Island radio sta- play. past, M/M Ables have appeared live Colson Show in WCAG in and performed on GMT's Don Brooks - Cline Brooks and Kelly K. Cline, both would like to announce 16 at St. p.m. Ld Jackie Byars, of Hogansvflle, are of the groom, who is a self , and realtor. Jason grad- HCHS in 1997. F the bride to be are Robert and of Pine Mountain. Kelly is a 1998 College, and co-owner Pine Mountain. , are welcome to attend. Frost Music City Gospel Showcase National Convention and Awards that had a live air- ing from Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. They were voted as Music City Gospel Showcase Favorite Duet of the year for 2003. They attended Mills Chapel Baptist Church in Newnan. According. to the Publicity Flyer, Joe Ables says, "I began singing as a child in the church my father pastored and where my mother played the piano. I was saved under my father's preaching. I joined the Navy when I graduated from high school and there developed a strong interest in country music. After the military, I pursued a limited career in country music allowing me to open for several "name brands" in the country music industry and perform on the east coast. "In 1987, God began dealing with me and I began attending a church near my home. I rededicated my life to Christ. A short time later, I began singing with the choir. I was at a choir Christmas party when I met Gina. We fell in love and were married in May 1988. Performing at the 7 p.m. Monday night service will be Sounds of Grace, from Unity Baptist Church in LaGrange, where Rev. Bobby Robinson is pastor. Comprising Sounds of Grace are Darren Brown - Minister of Music, Reba Towler - Organist, and Aleisha Smith, Youth worker at Unity Baptist Church. On Tuesday night at the 7 p.m. service, Mike and Linda Scantlin of Hogansville will bring the Special Music. He is a life-long res- ident of Hogansvflle and she is from the Columbus area. Special Music at the 7 p.m. service on Wednesday night is Mrs. Sondra Lee, soloist, Hogansville resident and member of Hogansville Baptist Church. The Adult Choir will also be rendering Special Music. The Public is cordially invited to attend these services. Childcare is provided for birth to three years old. Hogansville First Baptist Church is locat- ed at 500 East Main Street. Smith , Lee (A) ' bavis ASkew ; hiller (iV[) Rhodes (A) Marvin Moore(M) August 12 Dill Williams Jerry E Worthy McKinley Fohram Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey (A) August 13 ...... . Bruce Sticher Darrell Noose August 14 Kristy Carlisle Mr. and Mrs. Bubba Pittman (A) Margaret E Doler (M) August 15 Bill Wright Carol Lowry John Cal Massengale Meridith Sinns Thomas Evans Mr. and Mrs. Danny Burke (A) August 16 Amos Williamson Elaine Tucker Bailee McDaniel David Barrett Emmett Askew Katie Folds Stephanie Harris August 17 Jonathan Smith Pam Wegienka Mr. and Mrs. Roy Drake (A) August 18 .... Angola D. McWhorter Jack Williamson Lynn H. Cash Nathan Spradlin Mr. and Mrs. Danny Searels (A) Donna Moore (M) August 19 Adam Griffin John Bailey Nikki Harrison Sandi McDaniel William Stankiewicz Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glanton (A) Rev. and Mrs. Marion Shivers (A) August 20 Dennis Sims Jennifer Pike Kristie Searles Mikaela Ball Wilma Billingsley t The Home You Want, Where You Want It. Site Built, Board By Board! 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Those interested in bidding should submit a "sealed bid" to the City of Hogansville, 400 East Main Street, Hogansville, GA 30230 Items for bid include: 1986 1988 1979 1993 1990 1972 1994 1997 1988 1981 1997 1992 1990 Sealed BROWN LTD CROWN VlC BLUE/WHITE CROWN VIC GMC BUS BLACK/WHITE CROWN VIC BLACK/WHITE CHEVY IMPALA RED F-600 FORD DUMP TRUCK BLACK/WHITE CROWN VIC BLACK CROWN VIC E250 VAN BLUE NISSAN SILVER PICKUP FORD F-150 XLT FORD RANGER LEXUS LS400 2FABP43G4GX129087 2FABP72F9JX207932 6483-H 2FALP71W5RX117498 1G 1BL5473LA154150 F60CCC03728 2FALP71W9RX 149094 2FALP71W7VX190608 1FBJS31G43HB59817 JN6MD015 1 LTDX07W9VKB61403 1FTCR10A7NUB33212 JY8UF11 E1 L0004402 bids must be received by The City of Hogansville by 4:00 p.m. August 28, 2003. The City of Hogansville reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any informalities in the bidding process. Looking for a new tractor? Kubota has what your looking for! Whether it's a few acres to maintain or several hundred we've got the Kubota Tractor and implements that will meet your need and with Kubota financing program that fits your budget, now is ! the r!ght time to get the tractor you need. OF GEORGIA COUNTY HONORABLE B. KEEBLE, OF SUPERI- , COWE- ClR- the members of County Grand rawn and sworn August 2003 ' make OWing present- to express our to District Pater John :i all who him in the and presen- of the cases before us for We commend and their profes- r and attention Their presen- Were invaluable rig our decisions. Wish to thank Carson, our assistance. COmmend law personnel, who came before us, whose dedication to duty deserves our support, encouragement, and sincere thanks. We are impressed with their demonstrated diligence and competence. This Grand Jury would also like to extend our gratitude to the Honorable Judge Allen Keeble for his service and dedication to the judicial process. Respectfully Submitted, NEEDHAM C. MALLO- RY, FOREPERSON JOHN W. VOLLENWEI- DEn, CLERK FOREPERSON" Needham C. Mallory 1. John W. Vollenweider, Clerk 2. Martha Holloway 3. William P. Trotter, Jr. 4. Diane M. Milligan 5. Deborah A. Bruce 6. Sherry Roberts 7. Sara H. Singley 8. Jim Daniel 9. James Doerr 10. Virginia Cottle 11. Charles D. Hudson, Jr: 12. Elizabeth F. McRae 13. Virginia A. Miles 14. Cynthia C. Jackson 15. Chelsey C. Carson 16. Maybelle G. Foster 17. Sandra A. Tate 18. Curtis L. Williams 19. Elaine T. Barintine 20. Kathy L. Ledbetter 21. Patti A. Studdard 22. Brenda B. Wyatt STATE OF GEORGIA TROUP COUNTY The within present- ments received in Open Court this the 5th day of August, 2003. It is ordered that the with- in presentments be entered upon the min- utes of the Superior Court, made a part thereof, and advertised as recommended. AND IT IS SO ORDERED, this the 5th day of August, 2003. Allen B. 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