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October 19, 2000

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........ klOGANSVILI HOME 1NEWS -THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2000 Heritage Day Oct. 27 The Fourth Annual Hogansville Heritage Day will be held on Friday, October 27 at the Amphitheater on the Hogansville Elementary School grounds. Participants will include local storytellers, a blacksmith, Dennis Johnson at Parkway Motors, Inc. No Problem homemade biscuits and lemon- ade. There will also be a demon- stration of churning by Miss Frances Robinson. Also on hand will be musi- cal instruments, and farm ani- mals as well as other displays and activities. Parents and other commu- nity members are welcome to attend. Lunch will be $2.00 for adults and $1.05 for children. "Please come and share in this fun day with us," said a spokesman for the school. (isn't that what you want from a wireless phone companyi s00:995 Includes free phone & 70 minutes CELLULARONE 6RIFFIN MANCHESTER THOMASTON 1.303 West Taylor St. 1140 Warm Springs Hwy, 103 Jeff Davis Rd. 770 4129100 706-846-2012 706-648-9100 Mon. - Fri. 9:00-6:00 Mon, - Fri. 9:00-6:00 Mon. - Fri. 9:00-6:00 Sai. 10:00-4:00 Sat. 10:00-4:00 Sat. 10:00-4:00 A PRICE COMMUNI('ATIONS CORPORATION Company lasted on the New York Stock Exchange - Symbol PR IAnited time offer. Aclual phone model may vary. See store tbr delails, Photos by Frances Robinson and Bryan Getlt BETFER THAN AMI'I'YVILLE - By the sights around some homes in Hogansville, Halloween is just around the corner. Top: The Aliens' home on Green Street has been decorated with pumpkins, spiders, scarecrows, skeletons and more. Below: The Smiths' home on Granite has ghosts, spider webs, and pumpkins as well as beautiful flowers growing in their yard and Jerry Folds (bottom photo) stands in the yard of his son Lee Folds on Frederick Street watching over the "dummy" lying on the table next to his decorated front porch. Golf Winners Hogansville Golf Club Annual Membership Tournament and Fishfry was held Saturday, October 7. Winners were: Championship: Rod Blazer, 78; Clint Blazer, 80; Dwight Murrell, 80; First Flight, Tony Williamson, 84; John Gaddy, 85; Chris Haynie, 86; Second Flight, Chris Murrell Hammett, 89; Tommy Dorrough, 91; Ken McKinney, 96; Don Conway, 98; Sherrer, 98. Closest to Pin Drive, Chris MurreU, Last Place Steve Harris. 24 6252 PROCEEDS BENEFIT The Columbus Museum Columbus Symphony Orchestra The Historic Columbus Foundation Ida Cason Callaway Foundation The Springer Opera House www00eeplechaseatcallaway.org www.ticketuom Mountville United Methodist Women met October 9 at the home of Thomas and Alma Wood. Nancy Newsome presented a program on "Women of the Old Testament." Both Wood and Newsome served as hostesses for the UMW meeting and planned the Bible study. President Helen Thrash pre- sented the devotion including a poem, "I've Got to Talk to Somebody, God" and welcomed members of the women's soci- ety including: Angela Chambers, Wanda Costley, Kay Humphries, Gayla Jones, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome, Leslie Pike, Mae Towns, Susan Whitlock, and Alma Wood, all of Mountville; and Marty Wagner of Moreland. Program Chairman Newsome distributed a word search puzzle on "Women of the Old Testament," along with a list of questions to be discussed. In closing the study, she asked the group, "How can knowing God's Word prepare us for life's choices?" President Thrash all UMW members to make the Homecoming, cessful with members filled the TI-IE WOMEN'S expressed sented the special and to the MYF leaderS, Mrs. Richard Chambers the Rev. Dane G. tor; the Rev. Sidney guest minister; Jeanne pianist; and to joined with the dinner-on-the-ground. UMW reports were ed by Treasurer and Mae annual was submitted by Wagner to the Circuit, 2000 Conference S. Naglee, Superintendent, pro Bi 25.