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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 2003 PA(;E 3-A MAN - Wesley Boatman (L) got to taste, very sud- a chocolate chip pie thrown by Larry Dorrough. 4 ;i::i::!ii  :: FACING THE INEVITABLE INEDIBLE - kori Boatman got an inedible pie in her face and hair, even though she was dressed in her Sunday clothes. !:# ...... :.::::::-: SPORTS- Others getting pied were Lynn Davis, Lee, Tony Harrison, shown with pastor and Mrs. Penny Con test Losers Must Pay 'Pie'per Sunday was a very spe- cial day at Antioch Church. The penny contest was over, all but the counting. That will come later. ..After the service was over it was "pay time." In other words, it was pie time for the winners to pay the los- ers with a pie in the face. Some of the pies were not edi- ble. The preacher was on the winners' side, but being the good sport he is, he got a chocolate chip pie in the face by Larry Dorrough. Lori Boatman got an ined- ible pie in her face and hair, Sunday clothes and all. Others getting pied were Lynn Davis, Jimmy Lee, Tony Harrison, shown with pastor and Mrs. Boatman. Handling the pies with Brianna Neese, Payton Hammer, Jacob and Josh Bonner, Vonnie Hanson, Heather Lee and Larry Dorrough. I i i Classified Bargains, 5-7 ! . i Have you seen this? You have performed an illegal operation. A fatal exception has occurred; windows will shutdown your computer. No dial tone was detected. Invalid boot disc strike any key to continue. If so, call us. Low Hourly Rates Guaranteed! • Virus Removal • Software Support • Upgrades • Hardware Sales & Support • Custom Computers • Repairs • Mobile Repairs Available Appointments & Walk-Ins are always Welcome! • Quality Repairs • Reasonable Rates • Fast Service 2270 West Point Rd. LaGrange, GA. (Across from Hog Heaven) 7000,8,45,7440 FUN FOR ALL AGES- The Hogansville Elementary School honored the grandparents of the students by inviting them to have lunch with their grandchil- dren. The turnout was super and the grandparents said they enjoyed a delicious lunch with the children, seen here enjoy- ing some goodies. HOGANSVILLE, GEORGIA LEGAL NOTICE The City of Hogansville, Georgia will hold a General Election on November 4, 2003 for the purpose of electing three (3) City Council Members held by Jack Leidner, Post #4, Jimmy Jackson, Post #5 and Jean Crocker, Post #3. Polls will open between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Any person wishing to vote in this election must be registered no later than October 6, 2003 and reside in the City of Hogansville on the date of the election. This notice is given pursuant to the Official Code of Georgia Annotated. anniversary goes following couples: Mrs. Mel (Annette) on their 38th on Oct. r, and Mrs. Richard Lewis Overton, Sr. on their Oct. 4 and Mr. and (Vickie) Williams 24th on Oct. 5. wish them many, more. forget: October is Breast Cancer Month. go out LaDale Bohannon, of Georgia Lee Birts, in memory of Bobbi Clements, Eva Mac Clark, in memory of Annie Mac Dean, Marquet Deon Easter, son of Gloria O. Easter, Robert "Billy" Freeman, Mamie Evans, in memory of Lucinda Colton, Dexter Colton, Shamekia Hardaway, Mattie R. Jackson, Lizzie Johnson, Janet Malcolm, Tony Nalls, Debra Lesley, James Pritchett, in memory of Johnny Daniel, Betty T. Portress, Rachel Rosser, Willie T. Stewart, Rozie Leon Thompson, Linda Marie- Nalls, Daisy Steagell, Juwarn V. Middleton, Tracie H. Rosser, Charles Tenney, Michael • Shermaine Thompson and Torrie Russell Thompson, grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Hosiah (Rosetta) Thompson, Sr., Deidre Shy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny (Rosa Ann) Shy, in memory of Willie Estella Rosser, Kiara Hines, daugh- ter of Tangela Bass, and Chris Hines, Rev. Charles Williams, in memory of Alfred Wright, Jr., and Marion Ellis Williams. *Seed for thought: The sin of one person often brings tragedy to many. f. The Home You Want, (i- .'..r Where You Want It. (.d. ., Site Built, By Board Board! OCTOBER SPECIAL S3ooo off your new home with an approved application by calling 706:884-2444 706-884-2444 € 706-884-6444 wr#JierlcasHemePlace.com America's Home Place 2 Saunders and Mrs. Andy and Mrs. Ronnie Mize Dollar Gordon McLaughlin Calhoun and Mrs. Bill Jones and Mrs. Charles (A) Oct. 4 Claude W. Duffey, Jr. River Staley Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Bonner (A) Oct. 5 Dwayne Johnson Eunice Spradin Mallory Gallaway Patti Studdard Tim Freeman Oct. 6 Brooks R. 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