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PAGE 2-B HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 2003 AH the way, Cavaliers! 1-85, Exit 28 in front of McDonalds HOGANSVILLE, GA 706-637-9395 Because of your trust, we've grown to be one of the largest, strongest independent insurance brokerage, and that's made us all winners. We'd like to take a time out to say thanks for your business. J. Smith Zanier & Co. Call for an analysis or quote. 314 W. Main Street Manchester, GA 31826 706-846-2148 i!ili!::i; QUARTERBACKS - Quarters on any night could include: No. 16, Judson Jones; No. 17, Justin Bray or No. Bonnet. Justin Bray started six games last year, figures to be the starter again in 2003. NO. 60 FAN CLUB PRESIDENT- Senior Brian Moore will be hearing a full season of cheers from his morn Teresa as the'season gets underway. FAMILY PHOTO - Cavalier Senior Carl Epps Jr.  parents Benita and Carl Epps Sr. Evenings at Greenville High School (ASSET Testing and Registration- August 19 and September 23) Office Accounting, Patient Care Technician Basic Computer Skills. Cosmetology Family Childcare Provider Evenings at Manchester High School (ASSET Testing and Registration- August 25 and September 8) Office Accounting Patient Care Technician Basic Computer Skills. Cosmetology Family Childcare Provider Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation (ASSET Testing and Registration- August 26 and September 9) Lawn Maintenance. Basic Printing Assistant Certified Customer Service Specialist Office Accounting. Patient Care Technician Basic Computer Skills Family Childcare Provider Evenings at Luthersville Municipal Complex (No testing required; complete application and financial aid on September 23 at Greenville High School.) Basic Computer Skills CaUaway Continued From Page 1B the Cavaliers face LaGrange High, a non-region opponent next week, then they play eight straight region games. Four of those, against . Greenville, Rutland, Jackson and Tri-County will be played on the road; the others will be played in the friendlier con- fines of the Cavaliers' home stadium. "I think we're going to have a real good task against Villa Rica, this week," he said. We've seen them on film and in person, and they're a very good football team. "LaGrange will be a real good non-region game for us. In the region, Jackson will be one of the top-rated teams, probably. Lamar County, Manchester, Macon County and Rutland will be real good. "Even the teams that fin- ished in the lower level, Greenville, Tri-County and Crawford, will be much- improved teams. I think from top to bottom, it's going to be a real good region. "Our over-all team speed, I think, is a little better than last year;, we're much stronger and i think quicker ,r :  ' than last year. I'm ed about (the son)." He players, particularly the biggest names year, returning offense. There are also returning defense, but the several first-time coach said. "I hope all the come out and watclat It will help the boy st big crowds at our "It's always fun front of a lot of TR ADING PO$ T 123 West Main Street Manchester 706-846-3620 ..... A decade of technological now, two innovation...and more advancements ..................................................... New String Suppressors TM  New Roller Guard Cable Restraint Bottom Line... this will be the smoothest WES--GEORGIA --ECHNICAL COLLEGE 303 Fort Drive LaGrange, GA 30240 706.845.4323 www.westgatech.edu A Real education .for the Real world q.u_alt_y_[nst tut on / / /./ / /,/ / ///., / / / Similar to Picture i 'Patent Pending' The world's adjustable One Bow... 40 - 801bs. 6 FULL inches of draw adj Exclusivly on Pro Series