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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - AUGUST 19, 1999 - PAGE 3 00nior Center News The menu for Thursday, August 19 through Wednesday, August 25 is : Thursday, sliced turkey with gravy, yam patties, broc- coli whole wheat roll, congealed cranberry apple salad, coffee tea or milk. Friday - chicken salad, mar- inated carrots, onion salad, whole wheat bread, bananas, coffee, tea or milk. Monday - smoked Sausage, crowder peas, cabbage, corn bread, pineapple slices, coffee, tea or milk. Tuesday - Barbecue chick- en, oven browned potatoes, spinach salad with light dress- ing, garlic bread, watermelon, coffee, tea or milk. Wednesday - Large lima beans with sliced onion, turnip greens okra and tomatoes, corn bread, orange gelatin with man- darin orange, coffee, tea or milk. The center is open from 8 until 4 each Monday through Friday. Home News Ads Pack a Punch with 4,000 copies delivered FREE each week to the Hogansville-Grantville area. To place an ad, call 1-706-846-3188 Home News Ads Pack a Punch with 4,000 copies delivered FREE each week to the Hogansville-Grantville area. To place an ad, call 1-706-846-3188 16 Models to Choose I NEW 4 BEDROOM ,00ooo .ow.*359 mo. DREAM KITCHEN ,looo Down $399 mo. Call Today 3 BEDROOM with DEN ,10oo Down $379 mo. NEW 3 BEDROOM "SPECIAL" *29,990 for Instant Pre-App I i i ] I] i i 1512 Hwy 19 North Thomaston 706-648"2766 (,I )R(,IA RFS1DINTIA1 MORTGA SI 1 "MORE HOME LESS MONEY... That's Buddy's" SENIORS at the Hogansville center have been making beautiful crafts lately with the help of Edna Gladney teaching a class on clown dolls. The quilters under the direction of Clara Smith made the beau- quilt which will be raffled with proceeds going for necessities for n ter. Tickers are on sale for $1.00 each. The seniors are also making ceramic bird houses, All these crafts are on display at the Center. M,:ggison Joirts U.S. Army Kari A. Meggison has joined the United States Army under the Delayed Entry Program at the U.S. Army Recruiting Station, Council Bluffs, Iowa. The program gives young and women the opportuni- delay entering active duty for up to one year. The istment li,e_ !.:the o dier the Option to learn a new skill, travel and become eligible to receive as much as $50,000 toward a college edu- cation. After completion of basic military training, soldiers receive advanced individual training in their career special- ty. . The recruit qualifies for a $2,000 enlistment bonus. Meggison, a 1998 graduate of LaGrange High School, will report to Fort Jackson, !Cqma, South Carolina, for basic training August 23, 1999. She is the daughter of Laurie Cruikshank of 107 Wood Chase, LaGrange, and Doug Meggison of 306 Fairview Drive, Glenwood, Iowa. idgan Is ]I:aterim. 00stor at E[,9gansvllle Rev. Henry E. Hulgan of Georgia is current- v as Interim pastor of Hogansville First Baptist .qL. He was born in lirmingham, Alabama on ler 1, 1929. He is a Graduate of Sidney High School of g Alabama, o: University in irmingham, Alabama with a Degree in 1951 New Orleans Baptist o gical Seminary where he a Master of Divinity in 1955. As for his Pastorates, he has : Hunter Station Baptist Church of Montgomery, Alabama from 1948-55 (stu- dent), First Baptist Church of THE SAMPLES PLANTATION INN Seven (7) BR/7BA Antebellum Home and 3.5 Acres. 18 Acres Offered in 3 Tracts House Full of Genuine Quality Antiques ABSOLUTE AUCTION Saturday, August 28 - 10 a.m. Highway Air. 27 South - Greenville, Ga. built in 1832 is entered on the National Register of Historic Places, has original cook house, smokehouse, storm cellar & well house. The acreage tracts have beautiful braiding sites, road frontage. InligLOne of the best collecUons you'll ever find. Many dating back to the early 1800s. Antiques - Cash or good check. Real EState: 10% day of sale, balance w/deed - 30 days. Note: 10% Buyer's Premium. House and 3.5 acres, a $20,000 Cashier's check made payable to the bidder and $10,000 Cashier's Check on acreage tracts will be required to register to bid. Registration begins at 8 a.m., Aug. 28th. Sale starts at 10 am. anouneements made day of sale take prece- nce over all printed material. Open house Sunday, Aug. 15th and 22rid, 1:30 p.m. 'til 5:30 p.m. each day. Other inspection call Gerald Sweet (706) 885-1290. Cmmkl Smut G Fra Cram GM.H7 Listing auctioneer Dave Marfieet GA1#2574 (706) 8854290 1590 Phoenix Blvd., Suite 200, Atlanta GA 30M9 (770) 907-1810 (707) 487-4056 Tallapoosa, Georgia from 1955- 55, First Baptist Church of Phenix City, Alabama from 1959-62, Highland Gardens Baptist Church of Phenix Montgomery, Alabama from 1962-72, Hillcrest Baptist Church in Columbus, Georgia from 1972- 76, And Jefferson Avenue Baptist Church at East Point, Georgia 1976 until his retire- ment in 1995. Then, he served as an Interim Pastor in Savannah, for Ardsley Park Baptist Church. Rev. Hulgan has also been active in Denominational work as a member of the Executive Committee of both the Georgia Baptist Convention and Alabama Baptist Convention, Vice Moderator of the Montgomery Baptist Assoc- iation, President of the Montgomery Baptist Pastor's Conference, Preacher at the Pastor's Conference of the Alabama Baptist Convention, was Chairman of Shocco Springs Advisory Committee, Chairman of the Evangelism Committee of the Atlanta Baptist Association and served as the President of the Atlanta Baptist Minister's Conference. Hogansville First Baptist Church is located at 500 East Main Street. Patti Phillips I WILL FIND YOUR FAVORITE RECIPE. Send $3 Money Order and SASE to: CS&W Box 1234 Palmetto, GA 30268 i on regular and red-lined items throughout the store with our Crazy Coupon Book! Standard vendor exclusions apply. COllPON BOOK Use 'em up for some crazy savings August 19th - 22nd, 1999 NO, WE IIII ifENT BONE e, llAll... we're CBA2Tabout you! We have some crazy coupons just for you, because we want you to become a Mansour's charge customer. Just apply for a Mansour's charge card, get a Crazy Coupon Book and get some really crazy savings on our collection of new fall fashions, shoes, and accessories. Crazy Coupon Books are available at the Courtesy Center. Thursday, August 19th - Sunday, August 22rid ute I! Crazyl Book Standard credit restrictions apply.