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October 3, 2002

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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Ocr. 3, 2002 PA(;E 7 " ton Pickin' Fair ns This Saturday PARK MEAD()W APARTMEN"S RICHARDSON Thousands of visitors will descend on this weekend for the Cotton Fair in Gay. anizers were keeping their fingers weather forecasts of 140 percent chance of rain this week- spring, we can handle almost Kris Price, the fair's assistant said Tuesday. edition of the event had been heawy rain. the fair goes on rain or shine, and a crowd always turn up. hoping for a lot," Ms. Price said. good weather, the October fair 'su- rdraws over 30,000." Sales are typically stronger at the fall fair, Said. Many purchases entl up as holiday Ms. Price said Tuesday that 322 vendors expected. About 75 percent are returning from last One is even coming from Arizona. ,ith "hundreds" of vendors, the event antique housewares and furniture, artwork and quilts, among other craft LESS THAN PERFECT CREDIT WELCOME EVEN Chapter 13 & Chapter 7 BANKRUPTCY h major draw of the event - held the first in October and in May - is the wide LET'S PAINT - Dianne Holbrook (L) of the LaGrange Tourism AssociatiOn and Sarah Armstrong (C) of the Upson County Chamber of Commerce in Thomaston watch as Catherine Williamson of Machester paints one of many arts during the mini fair held recently on the grounds of the Cotton Pickin' Fair in Gay. The fair retums this weekend, October 5 & 6. offering of food vendors, with local charities and organizations benefiting. The fair also offers a children's area and entertainment throughout the two-day run. Hours of the event are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for senior citizens and $2 for children 4-12. WORKING OUT THE DETAILS - Wanda Lowe and Mary Stankiewicz are talking about their plans for the annual Hummingbir d Festival which will'be held the third weekend in 0ctc::8. The Adult Choir special Rev. Harold Willis' morning message "Citizens of Heaven" fians 3: 17-21). That we were the host of the serv- with finger foods imme- following in the ) hall. Other churches were United Methodist Ebenezer Church, '.hutch and Center. We were happy to have r visitors with us Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Winkles of Sulphur, La. were , l/eekerl gues& af Mr.. artd Mts. J Lee,  Abyson and Stuart. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Fowler (Lisa) at the birth of their daughter, Dakota Renee Fowler Sept. 27 at West Georgia Health System. Our quarterly Communion Service is October 6 at 11 a.m. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets at the church October 7. World Hunger Day is October 13. Happy birthday in October to Terry Stephens on the 1st, Becky Hines on the 5th, John Cranston, Jr. on the lOth, Mert]hodes on the l llhnan on e ]3 non 20th, Mary Norris on the 23rd, Joy Palmer on the 24th, Clem Howell on the 25th, Andy Rhodes on the 27th and Tabitha Chaff'm on the 3OrE Happy wedding anniver- sary in October to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bennett on the 18th. Refreshments for the Sunday School fellowship Sunday morning were pro- vided by Mr. and Mrs. Huell Stephens. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the family of Crystal St. Clair at her recent death. 30 Classes! Trophies for first second in Club Hot Mu Ino. 2 I;,! 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & R.d%e,atu Hours: Monti. 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. (706) 6374337 707 E. Boyd Rd. Hogansville H i ,, ,i Troops There's never been a better time to invest in a NEW HOME. Let us show you how. THE llME TO BUY IS /  Packages Available / Moon Fixtures ,/Cultured Marble Vanity Tops Locks / 10 Year RVVC Warranty /r ,/Auto Garage Door Openers Available lOORans 4 Garden Tubs Available   Yards Avaitat- ,/ FHANA Approved NOW MAKE ALL ! Available 7 Days A Week CALL ANGELA 706-883-3475 or SHEILA 706-883-3483 ODAY for More Information & your FREE Pro-Qualification l)an-Ric Homes Check out the NEW [qi-Y0-0u/ui,6 www, danric.com Every week we help thousands of people