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PAGE 2-A HO(;ANSVlLLE HOME NEws - THURSDAY, SEVr. 4, 2003 Area Man Continued From Page 1A charged with hit and run/leaving the scene of an accident with injuries, DU! and failure to main lane, Lockard said. The failure to maintain lane charged was added because Shirey allegedly left his proper lane of traf- fic and crossed the center line before striking Gates, who was walking on the left side of Highway 100, head- ed to town, Lockard said. "Officer Knox walked up to the pickup and immediately smelled the sent of alcohol coming from the truck," Lockard said. The extend of Gates' injuries were not immediately known, Lockard said. "He was taken to West Georgia Hospital by ambulance." Gates was not listed as a patient at West Georgia on Tuesday, a hos- pital spokesman said. Spirey, 50, "was bonded out at the police station in Hogansville" and was not taken to jail, according to Lockard. ILEAL WORLD ADVI=NTUIIE- The Boy Scout camping group, from L-R: Philmont Guide, Kiel Schulthesiss, Brad Watt, John Mills, Chris Burford, Brandon Sorrell, Todd Sandt, Flyan Jackson, Kurt Stie9ham, Christopher Heard and Flonnie Heard. Scouts Enjoy Tl ,,k in Wilderness Kiel Schulthesiss, Christopher Heard, and his father Ronnie Heard (all from the Chattahoochee Council) just recently returned from a once in a lifetime trip to the Philmont Boy Scout Ranch located in the New Mexico moun- tains, part of the Rockies. The lives of these scouts and their leaders were changed as they completed a 10 day trek 75 miles through the New Mexico mountains at thillnont Scout Ranch which covers 214 square miles of vast wilderness. The group of boys and leaders hiked from small camp to camp, carrying their lives on their backs during the trek. The local group made that what amounts to a scouting pilgrimage with their trip to Philmont, the Boy Scouts of America's premiere high-adventure camp - the top camp of the organization. Hogansville Elementary September 8 - Hot dog, cole slaw, potato rounds, mixed fruit, choice of milk September 9 - Spaghetti w/meat sauce, tossed salad, h rolls, fruit, choice of milk September 10 - BBQ sandwich, cole slaw, french pickle spear, choice of milk September 11 - chicken tenders, scalloped potatoes, soned green beans, school baked beans, fruit, choice September 12 - Cheeseburger, lettuce and tomato, Dear Friends, Thanks to each of you for all the love and support us during the death of our precious grandson William Holloway. To answer many questions, yes, he was in death by his father, the late William Oliver, Jr. Thank and may God bless each of you for your love and Keep us in your prayers. Pete & Chris