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PAGE 10A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2000 The Hogansville Hummingbird Festival Committee and the Hogansville Historic Trust cordially invite you to attend The Fourth Annual Humnu'ngb'rdl Festival Funflraiser Dinner and Silent Bid Auction in and for the community of Hogansville. Friday, the 20th of October at the Grand Hotel 303 E. Main Street Reception at 6:00PM Dinner at 7:00PM Silent Bid Auction From 6:00 - 9:00PM Live Entertainment Bingo and Prizes Please respond by October 16, 2000. I / We will attend Please reserve seat(s) at $50.00 I / We cannot attend but wish to make a donation to the fundraiser in the amount of $ Name: Company: Address: Phone: Reservations will be held at the door return with your check payable to: Hogansville Hummingbird Festival Fund P.O. Box 249, Hogansville, GA 30230 Birthday greetings go out to: Mrs. Sara Allen, Mr. Leon Buchanan, Jr., in memory of Mr. TerreU Forbus, Mrs. Jennye Lou Hardaway, Mr. Perry Hamilton, Jr., Ms. Debbie Lowe, Ms. Linda Marie Nails, Claudia Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claudell (Wylene) Phillips, Mr. Tony Nails, Ms. Marsha R. Ramsey, Christopher Randall Reeves, Marcus Rosser, Ms. Rachel Rosser, Mr. Herman Sewell, Mr. Rozie Leon Thompson, Deidre Shy, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny (Rosa) Shy, Mrs. Stephanie C. Tinsley, in memory of Ms. Mary Cathryn Jones, Mr. Anthony Rosser, St., Mrs. Rosa Rhodes, Mr. Antwane Laga Johnson, grandson of Mrs. Eura Mac Sewell, Richard Lewis Overton, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis (Tracy) Overton, Sr., Mr. Willie James Rosser, Mrs. Marilyn L. Woodruff and in memory of Mrs. Annie Young. Happy anniversary goes out to the following couple: Mr. and Mrs. Roger (Gwendolyn) Williams on their 26th on September 27. We wish them many, many morel Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mr. Robert Marshall of Greenville in his death. "May God comfort you." Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks community invites everyone to attend its annual Men's and Women's Day Service on Sunday, October 8, at 11:30 a.m. HOURS AWAY - Everything is falling into place in Gay as Cotton Pickin' Fair staffers Ralph Benning, Robert Leach, and Jeffery Boatwright get ready for the 53rd Cotton Pickin' Fair this week- end. Since Hogansville's Hummingbird Festival is still two weeks away, a number of local residents are expected to go check out Sheriff and County Observing Crime Prevention Month Here Troup County Sheriff Donny Turner wants to remind every- one that October is Crime Prevention Month. During the month of October the Sheriff's Office will be conducting home security checks, Red Ribbon Week and community jail tours. The home security checks will be conducted during the week of October 16 thru October 21. At the request of the homeowner, a deputy will come to their residence and complete a checklist designed to make their home more secure. Red Ribbon Week will be observed during the week of October 23 thru October 31. On Monday, October 23, represen- tatives from the Troup County Sheriff's Office will meet rep- resentatives from surrounding county law enforcement agen- cies to tie red ribbons on sign- posts marking the country lines. On Wednesday, October 25 the Sheriff's Office will be con- ducting community jail tours from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. The tours are for anyone who is interest- ed in seeing how the facility operates. Deacon of the Week: Carl Bennett., Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class for having 100% perfect attendance. Carl Bennett is their teacher. Remember the sick, shut-ins and bereaved in prayer. October 8th is World Hunger Day. Rev. Harold Willis' sermon Sunday m0rniiig Was, "fiat About the Holy Spirit?" (Joel 2:28-32). Sunday night was, "A Man Who Serves" (I Timothy 3:8-13). Terry Irvin and family of Winston visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Home and daughter Sandy of Blue Ridge and Miami, Florida, were guests of friends here Sunday. Worship With the Word was by Latisha Mitchem (Ephesians 4:30-32). The Adult Choir special Sunday morning was, "Written in Red." The Hogansville Ministerial Association-sponsored fifth Sunday night song service is October 29 at the First United Methodist Church. This is community-wide and the public is invited to attend the service that begins at 7:00 p.m. Happy birthday in October to: Hewlette Haralson, Laura Valdez and Terry Stephens on the 1st, Arielle Knack on the 6th, Bettye Burks on the 7th, John Cranston, Jr. and Colleen Isom on the 10th, Meredith Rhodes on the llth, Mike Cruce on the 18th, Lillian Howell and Reid Thompson on the 20th, Mary Norris on the 23rd, Joy Palmer on the 24th, Devin Waldrop and Kevin Waldrop on the 24th, Chris Denney and Clem Howell on the 25th, Dr. Billy Burks and Andy Rhodes on the 27th and Tabitha Chaff in on the 30th. Happy wedding anniver- sary in October to: Mr. and Mrs. Joel Keith on the llth, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Williams on the 13th, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Spradlin, Sr. on the 14th, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bennett on the 18th and Mr. and Mrs. Howell Spradlin on the 22nd. Congressman Barr Add Chamber Breakfast United States Congressman Bob Barr will be the speaker for the Chamber of Commerce Early Bird Breakfast on Tuesday, October 10. The event will be held at West Georgia Technical College's Callaway Center at 7:30 a.m. Tickets are $8.00 For Chamber members with reser- vations or $9.00 at the door ($9.00 and $10.00 for non-mem- bers). Barr serves in the House of Representatives for the people of Georgia's 7th District. He was first elected in 1994. Prior to that he was with the CIA and was also a Northern District of For reservations breakfast, call 884-8671 $80 - $100K PER If you are flexibility and leadership skills Rose today at 770-252-1930 (E.O.E.) Don't bounce that check. Get a Paycheck Advance from US! 'When You Can't Wait qil CASH FINANCE INC. 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Trophies for First and Second Place in Each Class. Where: The Old Elementary on Perry Street in M To Enter: Call Ron Turner at for application or more information. Specialtg Trophies for: People's Choice, Best In Show, Club Participation, Best Interior, Best Paint and Best En Hot Rods, Early Custom, Late Custom, Chevys, Mustangs, Corvettes, Street Machines, ConvertibleS, Volkswagens, Early Pickups, Late Pickups, Pre-War Modern Muscle, Off-Road and More.