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HOGANSVitA_.E ttOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 2002 PA(,: 5-A Who's Keeping Up Our Cemetery? DEAR EDITOR: What is going on with the upkeep of our cemetery in Hogansville? From the main road everything looks fine, but if you drive to the back it's yew noticeable that there is a lot of neglect on trimming around the headstones and a fire ant problem. tOO. There are fire ant mounds on and around a lot of the headstones and plots, and grass growing over two feet high around some of the headstones. My father was put to rest in February of this year and till this day, Resp nothing has been done to trim grass around his plot. I've had to do it myself three times this year. Does my tax money run out before the caretakers reach the back of the cemetery, or what? I have not seen neglect like this in other cemeteries; why Hogansville's? I'm not the only one that has seen this problem. One person cannot keep a cemetery of this size up to its fullest. BUTCH CREWS SET TO PERFORM- Gospel Singing Crusade singers for the night will be Dereck Snellgrove from Jack, Ala., POWER from Manchester and The Standifers from Powder Springs. Sounds Inspiring Gospel Singing Crusade Returns Oct. 12 The Gospel Singing Crusade will have the next singing on Saturda}, October 12. The singing will be held at the old Roseanne Optical Building in Manchester 1100 West Main Street. The doors will open at 5:30 and the program will start at 6:00. Delicious food will be catered by the Crusade Volunteers. Dinner SI1 consist of hot dogs and hamburgers with all the fix- ings, slaw, chips and other yummy snacks and desserts to choose from We have donated items to raffle, excit- ing cakewalks and live gospel music. The singers for the night will be Dereck Snellgrove from Jack, Ala., POWER from Manchester and The Standifers from Powder Springs. Bring your family and friends and come out and fellowship with us. Admission is tree, but donations are gladly accepted to keep this music ministry going. See you there! Smith, Tracy to Wedin Oct. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Darren Grogan of Pine Mountain and Arthur Smith of LaGrange announce the engagement and wedding of their daughter, Erica Ixmise Smith, to Joshua Quanah Tracy, son of Rhonda Tracy and Chris Tracy of Shiloh. Grandparents of the future bride are Glenn McDonald of Whitesville, Shirley McDonald of LaGrange and Tillman and Carlene Smith of LaGrange. Grandparents of the future groom are Joyce Lipp of Shiloh and the late James Lipp, Quanah Parker and Lena Tracy of Anadarbo, Oklahoma and Mike and Shirley Martin of Columbus. An October 19th wedding is set. A recep- tion will follow at the Pine Mountain Valley Church of God at 7:00 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend this occasion: casual attire. $4999s Eriea Louise Smith and Joshua Quanah .Expo Center 299 Commff, g Ave. (HWY.29) P.O.Box 104" . LaSrange, GA 30241 06.884-2500 or Fax. 706-884-6535 + .Antique & Collectibles . , & Garden! Show and Sale le October 4,5 & 6, 2002 Furniture, Estate items, Home & Garden , decor, Art work, Gourmet Foods, Jewelry, , collectibles, lost treasures,..,.So much to see and enjoy!!! ADMISSION - $1.00 t' Show Hours: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mountville Club's Topic: Saving Labrador Dogs By MAE TOWNS Mountville Community Club met Sept. 16 to hear Lisa Morris explain how she and her family are helping save Labrador retrievers and then put them up for adoption. Lisa, a secretary with LaGrangeflYoup County Humane Society, and a first grade teacher at West Georgia Christian Academy, her husband, Tim Morris, a pilot with Delta Air Lines, and their daughter, Katie Morris, a student at WGCA, all work with their new program, "Labrador Life Rescue." The Georgia Department of Agriculture issued per- mission to the couple last November and they are now in the process of getting a kennel license and operate the program as a nonprofit business. Lisa and Tim Morris have adopted out more than 70 Labs since November. Tim reported this is Lisa's mission - this is her way of giving for God. Mountville Community Club President Frances Daniel, also a teacher at WGCA, introduced Lisa Morris, daughter Katie, and "Pam," a black Labrador retriever. (Tim Morris, the family and Labradors all live on Upper Glass Bridge Road.) Newcomers to the club also included Anne Beach of Mountville area, mother of 'Critters' Planning Yard Sale The Social Critters of Antioch Baptist Church will have a yard sale Saturday, Oct. S at Piggly Wiggly park- ing lot starting at 8 a.m. There will be lots of good- ies that must go. Ralph Duraski of Mountville and Dr. Rod Duraski of LaGrange. She moved to be nearer her sons, their wives and all the grandchildren. (Ralph is Director of Pulmonary Medicine at West Ga. Medical Center and Rod has an internal medicine practice in LaGrange.) Amy Dawson, another newcomer to the club, lives on Mountville-Chipley Road with her husband John Dawson and Annabel, their one-year-old daughter. Following the devotion by Ralph Duraski, a covered dish dinner was served by Alison Wilson, Nancy Newsome and Angela Chambers. Kay Duraski placed an arrangement of flowers on the serving tables. President Daniel recog- nized all members with September birthdays. Ferrell Towns led the group in singing "Happy Birthday." Jackie Jones read min- utes of the previous meeting and Angela Chambers pre- sented the report of treasur- er. Club President Daniel announced next meeting of the Mountville Community Club will be held on Monday, Oct. 21, 7 p.m. Program will be presented by Derrick Wilson of Big Springs on "Scuba Diving." 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