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HOGANSVIH~E HO.ME NEws - THURSDAY, SEPT. 9, 2004 PAGE 9-A Benitz With Award third year as assistant per officer at the Roosevelt Linda Bemtz oversees all job g procedures at was recently named of the Month. dealing directly with the personnel offi- Benitz is always work- needs of the Institute. consistently helpful and while ensuring managers and follow appropriate hiring she is always available to or to serve as a board when questions arise steps in position criteria and interpretation. .~ Heart Award was presented to in her honor at Classroom on August 26. Q APPRECIATED - Linda Benitz is consistently helpful and friendly, officials said of her talents which have eamed her employee of the month awards. anniversary goes Lewis and Janette their 44th on Sept. 7 and Michelle Jr. on their 5th on wish them many ~of Grantville upon her from Industrial Fabrics in Enjoy life. birthday wishes in mere- Dora Alexander, Cameron, Anika Carter, in memory of Elizabeth Cartel, in memory of Evelyn Cousins, Curly Darden, Jr., Lamar Gay, son of Shirley Ann Gay, Lucretia Hutchinson, daughter of Elizabeth Ringer, Jaylen Leigh, grandson Of Larry and Wenonah Leigh, Kaylen Jennelle Levell, daughter of Kenneth and LaVeda Levell, Hazel S. Neal, Mattie R. Ogletree, in memory of Ethel P. Nelson, Wendell L Patrick Richardson, in memory of Willie C. "'Buster" Sewell, Yella McNasha Sewell, in memory of Mattie Mae Rosser, Kimberly Nicole Talley, Vernita Tenney and in memory of Ben Thomas. Remember the sick and shut-ins, including Dewayne Beasley, Inez McCambry, Ellen Rosser, Eddie B. Reese, Willie James Sewell, Eula Kate Jones and Lucille Tucker. Seed for thought: Take time to laugh. It is the music of the soul. Concert, Movie Slated Saturday A free concert and movie will be showing at the Amphitheater on Saturday, Sept. 11 at 6:30 p.m., featur- ing a short patriotic program, entertainment by Troup County's own Benjamin Watts and a Disney movie "Brother Bear." In case of rain, the event will be held inside Hogansville Elementary Auditorium. Grantville Plans Gospel Singing The Old Train Depot in downtown Grantville pres- ents a night of old fashioned southern gospel singing on Saturday, Sept. 25 at 7, fea- turing Joe and Gina Ables of Newnan, Dean Stephens of Franklin, The Williamson Family of Hogansville with Bro. Johnny Williamson and Jeremy Royster, Eloise Maddox of LaGrange, Young Spirit of Manchester and A Surprise Quartet from Birmingham, AL It is free and everyone is invited. Refreshments will be made available. The event will be held out- side, weather permitting, so dress accordingly. For more information please call Dan Burdett at 770-583-2260 or 770-251 5621. 12 Jacksox(Street Newnan. Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1S67 2514;800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: g brown(qmail2.newnanutilities.org HArebeLL, BROWN & HARVmLL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 N Social Security & S.S.I. N t~ty W. Brtmm Proudly Located in Downtown I-togansville! Nothing Beats Local Real Estate Knowledge! ~, 22 years In Business x Local Agents Know Hogansville and Surrounding Area. "~ Agent Availability 24'/7 ~ We Know Local Property Values. HOME RENTALS Mt~$tt-Ll~t tVJ ii i ii James L. Forbus 16, 1916 - September I, 2004 Retired Mail Carrier age 88, of Bowman, died Sept. 1 at Elbert Memorial The funeral service was p.m. Saturday, Sept. 4 at the grave- l Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville Wallace Wheeles officiating. 16,1916 in Troup son of the late James MavAey Forbus late Mattie McClain Forbus. A resi- ~ehdi~ lot l~a'~T"~71~e'Ifv6d in" ~before his home in Bowman six i member of Senoia United Methodist Church. He was an Army veteran and was a retired rural mail carrier. Survivors include two sans and daugh- ters-in-law, Ken and Ellen Forbus of Bowman and John and Gaff Forbus of Haymarket, VA; and two grandsons, Ian and Sara Forbus of Charlotte, NC and David Forbus of Haymarket, VA. Memorial contributions may be made to Heart Ministries, 1150 Bear Creek Rd., Lavonia, GA 30553, or to Sen'oia United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 98, Senoia, GA 30276. "T~e 3~[ude A: McKitflaen :and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansvflle was in charge. of arrangements. * ~00, S~ l~ Nmm Call Today! LaFayette ~ I~dlullge 706-884-2444 ......... ! I ~- FIRE PIAG~ LOGS FARM & INDUSTRY Jim Campbell Sales Manager 706-882-6643 "1006 Hogansville Rd. LaGrange, GA Res: 706-637-4588 Fax= 706-845-1753 1-800438-6127 ~&Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hooansv~, Georgia. 706~-8W B nkReligious Supplies Flag :::::::::::::::::::::: Hummingbird Station #1 Meg~ H)|C I- School Supplies * Hyml~ Books Tapes F~l~de GiftsdlZC~n R~:q=;;:l~'mplete B~I 1879East Main St. ml~sml I[)~,.k~a HOGANSVILLE Ser~r's I~count 811-6521 7O64382-4899 Hogansville Pharmacy Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogansville, CveQrgia 7[]6~7,8683 637-9001. BODYS~,G~SHOP,AUTOREPAIR We Sell All l~s of Tires " QUAUTYWORK~E(~TIE 151t ~tLT~ RD, P.0, B0X 1t71 L~GP~: GE~30241 (~ 7~ I~F~ ~~ 7~3619 HUBBARD & SPINKS Parts. 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