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PAGE 6-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 2003 ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS WEEK! THE MOST POWERFUL, SMOOTHEST- RIDING 4X4 SPORTSMAN 700 TWIN Powerful Polaris 700 even-firing parallel-twin enqine Smooth-riding, independent rear suspension with 9.5" of travel Exclusive 0n-Demand All-Wheel Drive with on/off switch Industry-leading 11.;'5" ground clearance and 1500 lb. towing capacity POLRRm. The Way Out. *Offer valid 10/03/03-12/31/03 at participating Polaris dealers on 2004 Sportsman 4x4's on your Polaris StarCard, subject to credit approval. Max. finance amount $10,000. $39 minimum monthly payment plus debt cancellation fees, if applicable, and a Reduced Rate 3.9% APR effective on these purchases for 24 months from date of purchase if your Account is kept current. The numPer of months you will pay and the amount of your total mimmum payment due will depend on additional purchases and your Account balance. Standard Rate 17.9%. For Accounts not kept curlent the Default Rate 21.9% APR will apply. Min. Finance Charge $2.00. See dealer for details. Ad featured model: 2004 Sportsman 700 Twin, MSRP $7,599 plus $160 freight charge. **W nch o er does not nclude dealer installation and freight charges; see dealer for details. Warning: ATVs can be hazardous to operate. ATVs with engine sizes larger than 90cc may not be ridden by anyone under t6 years of age. Always wear a helmet and be sure to take a training course. For safety angtraininq information, see your Polaris dealer or call 1-800-342-3764. 2003 Polaris Sales Inc. Bowden- Lit@ton Construction, In - Home Builders- - Septic Tanks - - Grading-. (706) 582-2316 P.O. Box 1025 Waverly Hall, CA. 31831 Sunsations Hair, Nails, and Tanning Open Tues. - Sat. (706) 663*0702 I lnnilmn Rd. te MoLmtain LITTLE 5TEP ,, DIkYCkRE / ,' Patrick & Christy Pike, Owners STATE CERTIRED j? APPROVED TEACHERS 706-663-2689 C\\; .412 S. Ave. King Pine Mountain, GA Castleberr Collision, Inc. (j;, Call or stop by lr- for a free estimate today/ Operated by: Bill Castleberry, Master ASE Collision Specialist Certified by: ASE, LCar & PPG Phone (706) 663-0201 ; Fax (706) 663-0202 Mailing address: 352 Main Stre P.O. Box 1348 Pine Mountail Pine Mountain, 31822 GA 31822 HAMILTON EVE CARE 7heth' In Es'e (brr, AmlQtdity IAr Wear!'" Mark P. Smith O.D. [XX "1 )R Ok OFIOMKTRY Ilan, 91131811 Pile C/O0) 628-2020 hac {7O6) 6D-4411 Sun fashion eeautSupply & r, ener Merdlamiso (706) 846-9159 125 Main St. Manchester, GA 31816 DE/TE Builders, Inc. 706/660-0202 76 Goat Rock Road Fortson, Ca. 31808 /- COME TRY OUR SffZIAL Limch M-F 11:00 - 2:00 Dinner NF 5:00 - 10:00 FI'L 5:00 - 11:00 Sat. 11:30 - 11:00 Phone: 663-8075 Ralolgh Sattorwhlte "Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there." Highway 27, P.O. Box 385 Hamilton, GA 31811 Rick Knight, Age, (706) 628-5588 SUPERMARKET 3740 Highway 27 Cataula, GA (706) 324-4622 Talbot State Bank 706-674-2215 Hwy. 36 Woodland, GA 31836 MEMBER F.D.I.C. Retired Educators Have Fun at Monthly The Troup Retired Educators Association met on Sept. 25 at the Highland Country Club. The invocation was given by Alonzo Ransom. Ralph Johnson, president of the local organization, intro- duced Mary Long, president of Georgia Retired Educators Association, as guest speak- er. The 2003-04 theme is "Educators Light Up The World", and Mary certainly did light up the meeting with her humorous and entertain- ing stories. HATS INCREDIBLE- Club members enjoyed sporting unusual headpieces at the September meeting. Since she is also famous dance wore a hat in her honor. for her many and varied hats, She asked each one to tell almost everyone in atten- about his/her hat. Afterwards, Long ed on the status of the ment system and the group membership numbers. All retired have not already joined Troup Retired Association are encoura to do so. You can make a ence and have fun doing For further information may call Ralph Johnson 706-882-6095. ing is at 11:30 a.m., Oct. 23 the Hi John R. Hines, Jr. Well-Known Area Banker John R. Hines, Jr., of Hogansville, died Wednesday, Oct. 15 at Hospice LaGrange. A memorial service will be conducted Saturday, Nov. 1 at the First United Methodist Church in Hogansville. Rev. Marion Shivers and Rev. Helen Henry will officiate. Son of the late John Ransom Hines and the late Mary Gilbert Hines, he attended school in Hogansville and grad- uated from the Darlington School in 1952. He was a 1956 graduate of Emory University, where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta Social Fraternity. He served as an officer on active duty in the U.S. Navy for three years in the late 50s. He was president of The Citizens Bank in Hogansville for a number of years. After that bank merged with Flag Bank, he retired in June, 2000. A civic and business leader, he served on a num- ber of community boards in Troup County during his working years. Survivors include his wife, Charlene Morse of Hogansville; two daughters, Peggy Hines of Charleston, S.C., and Christy Searels of Hogansville; a sister, Mary Hines Craven of Washington; and a grandson, Gavin Searels of Hogansville. In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Mr. Hines may be made to LaGrange College Annual Fund, 601 Broad St., LaGrange.or to a favorite charity. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Lela S. Denney July 17, 1920 - 0ct.17, 2003 Retired Playtex Worker Lela Smith Denney, 83, of Hogansville, died Thursday, Oct. 17 at Beaulieu Convalescent Center in Newnan. A funeral service was held Sunday, Oct. 19 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Rev. Johnny White offieiated, interment followed in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. She was born July 17,1920, in Coweta County, daughter of the late Robert and Lela Boswell Smith. She lived in Hogansville most of her life, was a mem- ber of the Baptist church, and was retired from Playtex International in Newnan. She was the wife of the late Z.B. Denney. Survivors include two daughters and a son-in-law, Eva Mae and Harvey Duke of Carrollton and Becky Cook of Hogansville; Russell Dennhy of Spain, Denney of Gulfport, Miss., and and Beth Denney of Hogansville; sisters, Margaret McMichael and Darrington, both of Newnan; grandchildren; and a number of grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Funeral Home of Hogansville was i charge of arrangements. Robert Hugh Sims June 26, 1949 - Oct. 18, 2003 Life-long Meriwether Resident Robert Hugh Sims, 54, Luthersville, died Saturday, Oct. 18 his home. Te body was no services were held. Mr. Sims was born June 26, Meriwether County, son of the late and Alma Adell Fogarty Sims. He a Baptist and had lived in County all his life. Survivors include his wife, Faye Coursey of Luthersville: ers, Johnny Sims of Newnan and Sims of Greenville; and a Angie Sims of Newnan. The Claude A. McKibben and Funeral Home of Hogansville was  charge of arrangements. Go&'sSwee00 Com00 Howe yowever cred oa totSe Lord com? The word yow oke may oe hzwe made  ewe to-cmyoe ehe,/n God rechedot toerce yow. Wken pe/exe t the mog, tka is the time whenprayer cn be the weeteK. We are removed (ron or /es toectdae, expect or phxeu. That  the moment w/en God ca, n step ito or hea, Cs d o H is eedesC work / peace  ,nacy. Weekly Bible TrMa About whose teachings did Christ warn His disciples? (ner found in this week's scripture reding) Sunday Monday Tuesday Wed. Thurs. Friday Saturday Matt. Matt, Matt. Matt. Matt. Matt. Matt. 16:1-4 16:5-8 16:9-12 16:13-16 16:17-20 16:21-24 16:25-28 SUMRELL'S SOD SALES, INC 706-663-4603 Bermuda .... $85.00/pallet Centipede. .$125.00/pallet Meyer Zoysia. $135.00/pallet Pine Mountain, GA RAILEY'S BODY SHOP =.. 24 Hour Wrecker Service Hwy. 27 p.o. Box 517 Hamilton, GA 31811 LAMAR AND FAYE RAILEY, OWNERS Business: 706-628-4644 Home: 706-628-538) G][gl00IBII'=I rnm[gll00B. Restaurant Open 24 Hours 663-9001 Main St. - Pine Mountain AIIslale" You're in good hands. Susan Hadley Agent Basic Insurance Service Hamilton, Georgia 706-628-4241 McGUIRE'S RESTAURANT All-You-Can Eat Catfish Special Fri. Nights - 5:30 - 8:30 .... $9.95 Seafood Buffet: Sat. Nights - 5:30 - 8:30 .... $9.95 (706) 663-2640 Main Street Pine Mountain 706-628-7144 128 Barnes Mill Road Hamilton, GA 31811 IDEAL HOMES OF GRIFFIN lti, .Taia/i:e in Land-Home Package" 3.4, 5 & 6 Bedroom Mauthctured or Modular Homes. For details call: (770) 412.6600 or 1-888412.6800 19/41 & 101 Moreland Rd. (Next to Ingles) , Meriwethet Bank & Manchester Warm Springs Luthersville MEMBER FDIC M?.NCtIESTER LUTHERSVILLE 706-846-8471 770-927-6148 Pine Mountain (7061 J & A Tires :il| and i,-/Service Cent - Tire Sales & Service o Oil Change & Lube 183 S. College Street Highway 27 Hamilton, GA 706-628-41 Kfisw Chicken Real Chicken Always Fresh 663-4724 Hwy 27 * Pine HOME-0qED & HOME-0PERATED 24 Hour Honor Service Member FDIC FOR INFORMATION CALL BRANCH OFFICE HAMILTON FIRST PEOPLES BANK 112 S, C0ege Street ....... MAIN BRANCH PINE MOUNTAIN FIRST PEOPLES BhNK 105 Chiplq St ............