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" HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 2003 PAGE 3-A FUN - Bobble Mason, Edna Cannon, Patsy Johnson, J.C. Daniel enjoy the food, music, ambi- ence and fel- lowship on the Social Critters' last outing. Critters Enjoy Dinner Show Social Critters of Baptist Church in made a special lht, 1S to have dinner at r five mem- Went, and everyone lowship. A group of singers were there for a stage show, and they entertained the group with popular songs and sev- eral hymns. This trip was the end results of a contest between the Men and Ladies of the group, with the men winning the contest, and the ladies paying for their dinner. We are looking forward for our next trip. Who will win the next contest? We shall see! FUN IN GRIF- FIN- Enjoying the dinner trip were Jimmy Nell Rob.inson, J a m i e Dorrough, Fannie Mac Cannon, Carol Bishop, Donald Neeseand Mary Ann Neese. LNST IN1EEK OF 'I'IIE RENL DENL O% FINNNCING PROGRNM! Program Ends Nugust 31st! Take advantage of BIG SNNINGS! ,l new shipmen[ of more than 30 'I'II(;'I'ORS has just arrived! Grand L30 Series 1,3130-DT 32 HP Engine. 4 Wheel Drile ACKGE DEM, - New Traclor, fl. rolary culler (bush.hog Dpe) & 5 Ill. hea:l duo box blade. s197,,,,,,7 ' *with approved credit and  1400"' down payment. 72 Monih Financing @ 3.99% I.P.R. *Oner Oood tlllrouoh AaOtlst 31, 2003 - SubjeCt to dealer i|lt/611torv - Prices sabJect to ilA sales lax. TAKING SHAPE- The Hogansville Housing Authority began installation last week- end on playgrounds for its res- idents. Playgrounds were installed at all three sites - Melson Homes,, Jennings Homes and Head Homes. The Director and Board of Commissioners are excited to be able to provide the play- grounds for the children of our residents. The next area of ren- ovations will be the installation of new windows and storm doors at Metson Homes and Jennings Homes. Carter- Leidner Anrm Beeland of Greenville, //nnbufices :the . her daughter Carter to John (Jack) Leidner of Georgia. Carter, of Greenville. graphic design- er currently living in Vinings, Hogansville. He is a gradu- Georgia. She attended ate of the University of the University of Alabama and is State of New York and Loyola a graduate of the John University, Baltimore. They Ringling School of Art in will be married in mid' Sarasota, Florida. Mr. September. Leidner is the son of George She attended University and Lillian Leidner of of Alabama and is a gradu- Baltimore (deceased) He ate of the John Ringling is a retired US Army officer School ofDesigninSarrasota, and a merchant in Florida. Strickland- Carden and Mrs. Roger E. uthersville are to announce the forth- marriage of their Robin Olivia Strickland to John Gregory Carden, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Carden of St. Marks Community, Hogansville. The wedding will be Sunday, Olivia Strickland and John Gregory Carden September 7, at 2 p.m. at Union Baptist Church in St. Marks with a reception to f01- low in the fellowship hall. We would like to welcome fami- ly and friends to share this special occasion. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Calvin and Imogene Murphy and Ms. Irene Strickland, all of Luthersville, and the late Elonza E Strickland. She is a 2000 graduate of Flint River Academy, a recent graduate of Gordon College with an associate's degree innursing, and is employed at Newnan Hospital. The groom-elect is the grandson of Sara Carden and the late Francis Howard Carden of St. Marks and the late Joe and Estelle Gilbert of LaGrange. He is a 1997 graduate of Troup County Comprehensive High School, has recently completed cer- tified lineman training at Texas A&M, and is employed with Irby Construction. The couple will reside in their new home in the St. Marks Community. Please extend your blessings for Robin and Greg. Evenings at Greenville High School Office Accounting, Patient Care Technician Basic Computer Skills, Cosmetology Family Childcare Provider (ASSET Testing, Registration, and Financial Aid Assistance- at R.D. Hill Multipurpose Center (Old Depot) September 23' 5:00 p.m.) Evenings at Manchester High School Office Accounting, Patient Care Technician Basic Computer Skills. Cosmetology Family Childcare Provider (ASSET Testing, Registration, and Financial Aid Assistance- at MHS Annex- September 8,5:00 p.m.) Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation Lawn Maintenance, Basic Printing Assistant Certified Customer Service Specialist Office Accounting, Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Basic Computer Skills, Family Childcare Provider (ASSET Testing, Registration, and Financial Aid Assistance- at RWSIR September 17 and 24,5:00 p.m.) Evenings at Luthersville Municipal Complex Basic Computer Skills (No testing required; complete your application, registration, and financial aid assistance at the R.D. Hill Multipurpose Center (Old Depot- September 23' 5:00 p.m. WEST GEOR(;! --ECHNICAL COLLEGE 303 Fort Drive LaGrange, GA 30240 706.845.4323 www.westgatech.edu A Real education .for the Real world Equal Opportunity Institution Richardson and Mrs. Todd (A) Hubbard Staley Friend ' Littlefield Caswell and Mrs. Johnny (A) ut 30 Shley McCormack Mr. and Mrs. John Lunsford (A) August 31 Michael Bailey Phillip Hanners Zachary Bahn Mr. and Mrs. Dermic C. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Striblin September 1 Cameron Spinks Erin Stillwell Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Craft (A) Mr. and Mrs. James Littlefield (A) September 2 Christina Jones Corrie Noles Mavis Garrett Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cardin (A) Sue Carven (M) September 3 Brandon J. Hammett Willie Almand John Artley (M) ENROLL NOW! CLASSES BEGIN OCTOBER 1