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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Auc. 29, 2002 Pad;J,: This: Man Steals Whe, elbarrow [ b/BRYAN GETER A Hogansville man was arrested and with burglary last Wednesday after he allegedly took a wheel- from Van's Hardware Store on Hogansville police was called to the p.m. after witnesses said ' saw a black male throwing a wheel- stat- she saw the man as he ran toward Street. Police said they began patroling the and shortly afterwards, spotted a Boys told police that Tyrone (Pete) Mitchell left the wheelbarrow against her will and said he would be back to get it later. Reports state that Officer Edward Lee spotted Mitchell thirty minutes later and questioned him. Lee said Mitchell was sweating heav- ily and his clothes were dirty. In a separate incident, police was called to 106 Askew Ave. in reference to a domestic. Reports state that Patrick Norman of 100 Baptist Drive and Chrystal Smith of 308 Frederick Street were at 106 Norman allegedly struck Smith once in the left eye and once in the left side of her jaw, then ran away. Police stated that Smith did have a scratch on her left eyelid. Warrant procedures were advised. *In a separate incident, warrant pro- cedures were advised for Nancy Polk of 101 Waley Street after Nancee Meredith of 402 Askew Ave. told police that Polk had driven pass her residence slowly and say vulgar and indecent words to her nine year old child. Meredith also stated that Polk would use hand jesters at her child. She said the yard of AskewAve, homeofJesseColtonaround her child would not even go outside who lives at 307 Oak Street. 10 p.m. and beth began to argue, because of it. Man Charged With DUI After Stop Reports state that the officer could Chev. Cavalier was driving south on the GETER smell a strong odor of alcoholic bever- upper part of West Boyd Road and was age on the person and his speech was making a right hand turn onto Ransby Hogansville Police arrested Titus also slurred. Drive when she struck Mario Kavinique Mayes, 42, of 5750 C.B. Johnson Mayes was read the implied consent Blalock of 214 Wilks Street, who was charged him with DUI and tag and was given the breath test on the traveling east on Ransby Drive at inter- requirement last Friday night intox 5000. Mayes was taken to the hos- section of Ranbsy Drive and W. Boyd t 11:30 p.m. pital for a blood test at his request. Road. Officer John Starnes said he noticed Strickland told police that the bush- tag light on Mayes' Chevy Blazer *In other police news, a two-vehicle es on her right at the edge of the road- out and followed him on Hwy 29N wreck occurred on Saturday around 1:45 way obscured her vision. Mayes came off of Ware Street. on West Boyd Road at the intersection Blalock was taken to the West The officer said that Mayes turned of Ransby Drive. Georgia Medical Center by American Hwy 100 and then he pulled him Reports state that Bobble Smith Medical Response with complaint Strickland of 102 Ransby Drive in a 2000 injury. The Gospel Singing Crusade have the next singing on September 7th. The will be held at 1100 West Street, Manchester. The and the at 6:00. Delicious food will be by The Crusade The menu will con- of spaghetti and yummy We have donated items to exciting cakewalks and music. The Georgia Boys from LaGrange known as the Joint Forever Forgive from will be spe- singers. Please b]'ing your family d algl"comc:oat and. ) with us. Admission free, but donations are glad- to keep this music See you there! ON TAP: T h e Gospel Singing Crusade on Sept. 7 will include perform- ances by (Top Photo) The Georgia Melody Boys from LaGrange (formerly known as the Joint Heirs) and (Bottom Photo) Forever. Forgiven. Contest Offers 'Write' Way to Win The Optimist Club of LaGrange is the 2002-2003 Scholarship Essay The topic for this year's essay is: Our Freedom Is Threatened." The contest is sponsored by Optimist give young people the oppor- to write about their own opinions the world in which they live. The can encompass a young person's experience, the experience of their or a more historical prospective. The selected each year is intended to give the room to develop their own around a central idea. In addition to r for written expression, par- have the opportuni [o win a col- rship of up to $5,0 Each year than 1000 clubs partiCfpe in this con- 12. Interested students should submit essays on the pre-assigned topic to their local Optimist Club, or designated teachers in the local high schools. The essays are judged at the club level, district, and at the interna- tional level. Prizes awarded are as follows: Club Level - Medallions; District Level - The winner receives a $650.00 college scholarship; International Level - 1st place - $5,000.00 col- lege scholarship, expense-paid trip for stu- dents and parents to the Optimist Convention for a reading of the winning essay, and a West Georgia Technical College... A Real Education ./or the Real World 303 Fort Drive. kaGrange 706.845.4323 www. westgatec h. org The contest is opened to students under 19 as of December 31st of the current year, and attending  10, 11 or Graduates Army Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Williams from the U.S. Army Sergeants , Non-residerit Course (NRC). program parallels with the res- is the primary method for component noncommissioned of f i- complete the sergeants major course NRC web site on the Internet, or c.or- The academy is located at Fort Support Our Troops .., 00.i.o,s I Home Decor (it KN(; t)t'r OF I .l ,'.%t,1.i.'.-k% .'-:,A/J .. Final Markdowns i Made! (;l()sing 4254 Roosevelt Hwy. Sept. 1 4 hrm Slxmgs tt,y. (:ornlorwr %cls. I('dl)rt'a(b,. I (;tlrlailI%, alld %'il |(Ioxx' N( ar\\;('% . (706) 6,1, arc still availal,h', Products a WholeSale Cost! k topoi I  [e[elll lie] ;I "tli] Ill k'Rlee] I l [][elU| lee] l-ll h III  and check it out! Jennmgs MaxPolnt -Crossbow Kit " with red dot scope. Ls'--q.'x.. Includes: 4 bolts, ," .. quiver and rope "N . oc cking device. --lqr,4, / , ,,. Mathews ....... $4Q()99 LEGACY T .1.- Now In ] Stockt .. , I Jennings G2XL | . TR AIDING POS;T 123 W Main Street Manchester 846-3620 You have tne talent... Why not get a. Drafting, iploma? plaque presented by the Optimist International President; 2nd place - $3,000.00 scholarship and plaque; 3rd place - $2,000.00 scholarship and plaque. The deadline for submitting the entries to the LaGrange Optimist Club is December 31, 2002. For further information contact Ida Jones 882-7272, Rodney Harmon 884-4082, or ge 7 :ech.or( Gerald Ledbetter 8824188. from Army Course Used Car Center Bliss, E1 Paso, Texas, and is considered the capstone or highest level of Army noncom- missioned officer training. Williams is assigned to the 80th Field Artillery at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. He is the son of Marian Williams of Greenville. His wife, Elizabeth, is the daughter of Willie and Sarah Coverson of Grantville. Williams grad- uated from Greenville High School in 1977. Carpenter Circle Enjoys Meeting potato chips, peanuts, Coke or diet ginger ale were served by Mavis Garrett, Helen Stephens and Lillian Howell. The program, "Instant :Encounters" was presented by Lillian Howell. She read the scripture from Acts 2: 16- 21 and missionaries' names/places of service with birthdays today. Mavis .Garrett closed the meeting with prayer. Refreshments of lemon chess cake, sugar cookies, The Betty Carpenter of the Hogansville Baptist Church met August 12 with Garrett, Fletcher Helen Stephens, Phillips, Patti Phillips, Meredith Rhodes, Howell and Joyce attending. Call to Order was by Mi's. Reading of the was by Mrs. Old business: Five still going to WMU hostesses: WiHiams (refresh- and Mavis Phillips After the meeting, they worked on the bears for the Pediatric Ward at West Georgia Health System. 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