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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2000 PAGE 9 /!i!!)i< ,,i!ii!!iil,iii!iiiil  iiii!!00ilili!iiiii!!ii00 - Twenty-one outstanding students were recently inducted Into the West Georgia College chapter of the National Vocational-Technical Honor Society (NV-THS) at the Center for International Business Development. NV-THS is a non-profit, national honor for outstanding students enrolled in occupational, vocational, or technical programs. is designed to provide recognition to those students making high scholastic and to encourage excellence, skill development, honesty, leadership, citizenship, l individual responsibility. New members and officers are as follows: (left column, front to Rachel McNabb, Jennifer Wimbish-Secretary, Sara Ray Treasurer, Meagan Whalen, Simpson-President; (middle column, top to bottom) Timothy Rohner, Kathy Taylor, Ritzel, Pam Eaton Charlotte Lamb, Mona Eaton; (right column, front to back) Brenda Nicole Carlisle, Toni Durham, Vergena Ogletree, and Tracey Hunt. Not pictured: Alicia Ruby Estes, James Short, Carolyn Walker, and Amy Ham|I-Vice President. Curtis Thompson May 27, 1924 - October 9, 2000 Curtis Thompson, 76, formerly of passed away October 9 at the Health Care Center after several years health. services were conducted October 11 Chapel of Tom Stutts & Son Funeral in Franklin, with the Rev. Rick McMahan were Charles Thompson, Jeremy Kevin Thompson, Robert Thompson, and Johnny Rich. Music was provided by Leesa Stutts Cothran. Interment followed in the Franklin City Cemetery. Mr. Thompson was born May 27, 1924 to the late Will J. and Georgia Altoona Thomas Thompson. He was a farmer by trade and a Baptist by faith. He was a lifelong resident of Heard County. Survivors include three sisters, Grace Thompson of Franklin, Myrtle McCormick of Crest View, Florida, and Albia Dollar of Bremen; several nieces and nephews. Tom Stutts & Son Funeral Home of Franklin was in charge of arrangements. 'Passport Event' Set Saturday With Junk and Garage Sales Moreland is expecting a big crowd on Saturday for the 2nd Annual Pathway Passport Event. The event will include garage sales, junk sales, swap- ping and antiques. Vegetable vendors are also welcome. Tables can be set up (for a $10 donation to the Moreland Historical Society) in the field next to the Lewis Grizzard/iYixie's Gift Shop on Highway 29 in Moreland. No registration is required. The Pathway Passport event is planned in conjunction with Grantville and Hogansville. People are encouraged to hit the side roads and enjoy the beautiful weather. The Erskine Caldwell. Museum, Moreland Farmer's Museum, and both antique shops will be open in downtown Moreland. Additional space is avail- able for setup along the side of the mill if the space is filled on Highway 29. Passports can be Stamped at the Farmer's Museum or at Trixie's. A raffle will be held in Grantville on Saturday night. Call 770-304-8859 Maryleigh for additional infor- mation. Welcome to the Hummingbird Festival! Open 24 Hours ,Janet's Country Cooking All-You-Can-Eat Lunch & Dinner Buffet 6, 5 NOBLE'S TRUCK STOP 1-85, Exit 28, Hogansville 637-8800 i,- d "-'J Located downtown in f- toric warm springs, GA [] 40 Beautifltl Guest Rooms [] Deluxe Continental Breakthst [] 25" TV [] Outdoor Hot Tub (filh, d with soothing Warm St,tings water) [] Vely Reasonable Rates [] Handicapped & Non-Smoking Rooms [] Tour Buses Welcome - Bus Parking Offering you role Southern Hospitality, comfortable rooms, a friendly staff, and reasonable rates. For Reservations Call: 706-655-9099 - www meriwethereountryinn cam -, 5675 Spdng Stltet, Hwy. 41 h k Warm Springs, Georgia TIlE All NFA,' 5;ri[(,ls ," attractions in and around Warm Springs [] Roosevelt's Little White House [] Shopping, Shopping, Shopping [] Callaway Gardens [] Pine Mountain'Frail [] National Fish Hatchery [] Pine Mtn. Wild Animal Park [] Roosevelt State Park [] Roosevelt Golf Course [] Roosevelt Institute Warm Springs, a nmd West Georgia tox3a gaining most of its 'earlier m:ognition for being the adopted home of Franklin Ik, lano R(x)seve|t. Few lxq)le know however, that Warm Springs gainod a reputation for its therapeutk" mineral / watel as far back as the [8oo's, when the rich and famous came in droves to the spa at the origiual Meriwether Inn. Today, hun&4s of thotLsands visit anm,ally to enjoy the town lovingly eZ'4 restored to its Vietorhn condition, jii  TROPHIES * PLAQUES * GIFTS AWARDS * MEDALS • RIBBONS lVZ.00 "° --Seymour's- ' Engraving Co. Highway 34 675-8558 William "Rusty" Yawn 141 Main St. LaGrange, GA 30240 Phone: 706482-7205 Fax: 706-882-0944 007z00v#00z 800z00Jw 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 637-8400 the BIG XTRA H BtmJ)Fl00S and Residential Remodeling • Concrete Work Hester 724 117 West Main Street HogansviUe, GA 30230 James R. Thrash Funeral Director & Embalmer Bus: 637-8791 Home: 637-8436 pRzc'00;ON Auto Ooy Pe|l= • It11Nljr 706-884-9292 101 SERVICE PARK LN. • ASE certified * 17 years experience • Foreign & Domestic Insurance claims wel- come • Precision frame repair * Expert paint match gum'anteed * BASF refinish technology • Written warranty • Windshield replacement • • Power windows & lock repair * All work guaranteed 100% When we feel Sunday Ruth 1:1-5 frustrated ,o_ Ruth 1:6-9 reachin goal Tuesday Ruth 1:10-14 Ruth 1:15-22 Thursday Ruth 2:1-5 Friday Ruth 2:6-13 Saturday Ruth 2:14-23 Your work is judged to be successful, but you always feel you should have accomplished more... PERFECTIONISM is not a characteristic God looks for in a person. Our best efforts to reach the finish line is all He expects. When the efforts are noble, the outcome will follow suit. Learn to acknowledge and rest in the acceptance you have in Christ. He died for you when you had nothing to offer. Rest in His achievement. Weekly Bible Trivia In what country did Ruth originally live? (answer found in this week's scripture reading) @1999 Community Features Williams Insurance W"SNS uC C, WII 'IN;S °v'NsURAc: The Hammett Building 301 Broom St. Suite 101 207 South llwy 29 LaGrange, GA 30240 ttogansville, GA 30230 Bus: 706-882-5567 Bus: 706-6,37-6631 Linda Fowler Melissa Cadwell Claude A. McKibben & Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8623 Hot Eats, Cool Treats 307-A Hwy. 29 South Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-9953 FARMERS SUPPLY 300 BACON ST'RET LAGRANGE, GA 30240 NJ ) t tuqval na ERIC' REISINGER, President 706-884-3051 Attorney at Law 637-4558 OowdoCo Auto Bo[tr flbop dad l"owiB@ • Full Collision Repair * Paint Matching * Insurance Claims Welcome • Frame Straightening 24 Hour Towing Available 706-637-5277 , Hocjonsville Religious Supplies MATTHEW Laundry _ .'  (V , 24 Hr. Good 9 E. Main Street & Cleaners  ::, :!.:  Church Supplies. Bibles" Robes. Sunday Neighbor Service .,':, School Supplies- Hymnals. Books. Tapes 14 N LaFayette Sq GA 205 and 209 .,}:. '. Gifts" Cards* Plaques * Complete LaGrange East Main Street 'd.  " "  Selection Resonable Prices ".-- - "-," . 882-0046 6374K)01 Sogansville, Georgia  724A, 706-637-8741 " 706-882 ,o,- Senior s DiscoUnt CAR. HOME, HEALTH. LIFE  uo-ooc-,.m,.w 1 E. Lafayette Square BODY SHOP * GLASS SHOP * AUTO REPAIR QUALITY WORK IN RECORD TIME • c400o 1511 HAMILTON RD * P.O. BOX 1171 LAGRANGE, GEORGIA 30241 MULTI-LINE LTD MAILING SERVICE p.o. BOX 602 • LaGrange, GA 30241 Phone/Fax 706-8844297 • Inerting * Barcoded Labels * Folding • Resident & Special Mailing Labels • Collating * Label Printing/Application * Metering • 1at Clau/Perlod- Icels/Standard Mall Prep • Sealing • Post Office Delive W Alisa Mathew OwnerOperator For More Information Call: We Sell All Types of Tires I I I HUBBARD & SPINKS Parts - Service lllS E. Main St. Phone: Hogansville, GA 30230 (706) 637-6379 Kristies Cleaning (706) 884-1869 III I LaGrange 706-884-2444 W(" s('rvi(t' wh.t wt" s('[[ t. OWNER 706-884-8259 DAVID FOSTER We ILNSCe 706-88.3619 Hogansville Pharmacy Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8683 Grocery 375 Hwy 100 HogansviUe