Newspaper Archive of
The Hogansville Herald
Manchester, Georgia
November 1, 2001     The Hogansville Herald
PAGE 9     (9 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 9     (9 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 1, 2001

Newspaper Archive of The Hogansville Herald produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

MACHESTER COUN&apos;I JOURNAL, MERIVrHER VINDICATOR, TALBOTrON NEW ERA & HOGANSVnJF. HOME NEWS - OCT. 31 - NOV. 1, 2001 and life insurance, 401(k), -  ville, GA education, etc. Mail your 30251. Phone: (770) 927-6540. and cover letter to:  is an equal opportunity PC Box 4111, Brandort, employer. (10;31; 11:7c)700-t 39047. EOE. (10:31c)700-1 . ; . , , ;tt TRAINEES NEEDED for cashiers who don't work. Shift options are avail- Full or part-time, but applicant possess good work habits,. attitude and a desire to dent the public. Apply in person at Broad Street in Manchester. 11:7c)700-1 - New Horizon's great car. Wemer entry-level truck drivers. No necessary. Eam $700+ lKk benefits. No CDL? No proJ! CDL training is now awdlable in your area. 800-363- 7364. (10.31; 11:7,16,23,30c)700-1 READER - The City of has a fulFtime opening for a meter reader. Applicant must has immediate openings for. be at lout 18 years of age, have a Master level counselor. Min. qualk" itct1 di and a valid Ga. s: must have a MA in coumL . The salary range psychology, sociotogy, ora.  pOSition is $13,130.21- related field. These positions are* "$. Hours worked will be located in Talbot County with one of  ..'0p_ a.m. until 5:00 p.m. programs. '4,BpWciay. The City of Excellent benefits package and.f anequat.opportuni- negotiable salaries. Please send a. at=lionmurand State of Ga application to: New CSB, Attn: Becki Tucker, 2100 Comer Ave., Columbus, GA E-mail: becidtu@ m:md- + wk: (706) 596-5763; Ix: (706) 596-5770. (10:31c)700-1 :does not e on the basis of re, cebr, religion, sex, national ,aee,, or veteran sta- tusJ must apply at City Hall  te hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m,, Morlay-Friday. Position will rewmJn open until filld. (10:31; SOCIAI./ACTIVITIESASSISTANT- ,11:7)71X)-1 , Oak Vew Home is accepli alk ', for a FT assistant. Duties include and providing support to the ties and social services dept., to l include working with residents and and implementation of es program. Must en wh the eky.  ferred. Apply at 119Oek Wave@ Hall, GA. 706-582-2117 or" Send resume 706-582-211,6, ,. offer competitive pay and beeeli  We are a drug free wo. EOE (10:31 ; tl :7c)700-1 - Mature, non- attendant wanted vath dU,y. plUS some Very nice home in 7O6-655-2348. =CT PART-TIME HOME- BASED BUSINESS Need CiVilian peopte who are looking for eppoftunity. Become otters. ext. 4994 VC. ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN - Salary: $23,100 + full benefits. Responsible for bookkseping .Hp- tions in a public agency. H.S. or GED plus 2 years a- ence. Apply to: ExeculJve Dimctcr,i ,, , . Chattahoochee Rint  IIIMII'ID PART-TIME - 20+ Development Center, 13273  finance corn- Highway 34 East, P.O. Box 1600;' u/7 at 20 E Main Franklin, Georgia 30217; 770/85 ;. i:te 716-2947' 6026. Equal opportunity employer.  (10:31c)700-1 , -"- CITY CLERK - The City Greenville, the  of C_ Cae City Ca , serves as the chief executive a  ,e - - -y -- ., ^...^ L-. r ,,, P,...,,r. *,rm:w, Mtll= UH city' including" recordsofltco,..1 I035. (10:1724,31; - oil meeting minutes. Allands all:  cil meetings. The qualifications am ; ,um= ,,ue mus,ve worked as cterkin muni ,,,,,,,,r,= i.= RAT RACE - ipa[,Q#vrnent.   Mail order dates should send resume to on one try. of Greenville, P.O. Box 548,  262-812-5491. Greenville, Georgia 30222 or resume to 706-672-1940. open until filled. The City [. Greenville is 8OO against race, religion, sex, national origin. (10:31; $500-S1000 WEEKLY! ACT  JMJl"O & SALVAGE- New -Full-time00 we buy aluminum ly motivated, well spoken   brass, we'll haul als. No experience necessary. We. "1 (706) 655-2174 (2./21- Will train qualified applicants. .  , r't. hours, insurance available, bonus- es. Call Angle at 770-252-1930; . III'CDI3TRUOTION - We do (EO.E.) (10:31c)700-1  tile, additions o I m. Call for free esti- $60-$80K/YEAR - - yne (706) 566-8415 or ed. Established company , . (7:12,TFNc)800 ing rapidly. Opening new oflice :,a,, .... P 'ULA too! thly. Experience preferred b.,'  L'aw' " ,o - Will train the right people. Call en. ng; expert 770-252-1929. (E.O.E.) . movm msumoon, have (10:31 (;)700-1 Free tes. 846 2818. PATROLMAN The Luthersville is currently tiori of Patrolman. Qualification:  meemx:K, pressurewasm Excellent people skills, at least 21 ing, many other minor repairs, and !.years of age, U.S. en,  carpenter work. Call 582-3424. school diploma or equivalent, (#1523*9:30TFNc)800 i_uthemviUe City Hal,  ? !LI - Call Jerry SPECIAL Mrrsums "  MOTORS I Up and Orive Tumlin at 706-663-8041. (11:24- TFNc)800 GIVE YOUR HOME A FACE UFTt RerrKxl, renovations, painting. Call today for free estimate. Lyons Homes, 706-672-0044 or 7064572- 0282. (6:23 TFNp)800 CURTIS PAINTING AND GENER- AL CONTRACTING - Interior, exte- rior painting, hardwood floor refin- ishing, pressure washing, deck care Minor home repairs. 706 655-9051; beeper 1-800-827-6858, pin num- ber 9885. (1:26 TFNc)800 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR - In home service. For more information, call 1-888-268-6034. (2:23- TFNc)800 EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING & LAWN SERVICE - Sod, seed and tree shrub installation, mowing trimming, leaves, etc. Licensed and insured. Free estimates. Call Mark Hood 706-663-4757; Cell: 415- 0775. (3:I-TFNc)800 DELOACH CONSTRUCTION - repairs, remodeling, additions and new homes. Call (706) 672-9169. If no answer please leave a message and phone numben (4:12-TFNc)800 FOWLER'S CONSTRUCTION additions, buildings, remodeling, water damage, decks & patios. (706) 846-3136 or cell (706) 302-3616. (1/3-TFNc)800 QUALITY PLUMBING - Quality at an affordable price. Residential, commercial and repairs. Call 706- 655-3427. (11:8-TFNc)800 DUKE'S LAWNS & GARDENS - Fall is the best time to plant and transplant existing plants, shrubs, small trees, bulbs, ground convers, rescue and rye grass seeds. Design or redesign your environment Quality guaranteed, 20 years expe- rience. 553-5533. (10:24-TFN nc)800 replacement Windows, vinyl siding. Licensed electrical and plumbing. Call 553-5305 or (cell) 706-249- t994. (5:16-TFNc)800 K E ENTERPRISES - New home construction and remodeling. Call Kathy Ellis 628-5094. (10:24; 11:7,163p)800 SERVICES AVAILABLE Bushhogging, backhoe work, sep- tic systems, fireplace mantels with marble surrounds/hearths, wallpa- per and ceramic tile. Call 625094. (10:31; 11:7,14;21 p)800 SOUTHERN HOMES PAINTING AND REPAIR - No job too small. F.xpenced and dependable. F estimateK 846-5562, leave tes- sage. (9:12-10:31p)800 VINYL SIDING - 20 years experi- ence this area. 846-2738 or 846- 9244. (10:17,24,31; 11:7p)800 PRIVATE DUTY SITTER HOME REMODELING . Vinyl Specializes in Alzheimer's patients. HarrisCo. area. Compassionate an,' loving person. Call 706-323.-518.<, (10:31c)800 BOO'S PAINTING - Low rates. N:: job too small, References. Painteq outside of Taylor Foster b=ildinq Phone 706-846-0279. (10:31ct800 HOME SERVICES- Big Job or sinai we'll do it all..vinyl siding & wic#ow, ,,additions decks *new construction remodeling -concrete work. Free estimates Reasonable rates Ca today! 825-5657 or 956-0!94 (10:31; 11:7,14,21c)800 I00zoo.o i LOST KrrrEN. Last seen in vacir - ity of 809 McCurdy BIvd Male. nc neutered, less than I year old Dark gray, slender with very green eyes Reward offered. Call 846-8643 (10:31c)900 Girl Scouts - More Than Cookies Members of the Harris County Chamber of Commerce were guests of the Girl Scouts of Camp Concharty in Shiloh on Thursday, October 18th. The dinner meeting was hosted by Girl Scouts and their lead- ers in traditional camp style. Debbie Caballero, Executive Director, told the group that the mission of the Girl Scouts is to inspire girls with the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriot- ism, and service so that hey may become happy and resourceful citizens. The Concharty Council current- ly serves more than 4,500 girls and adult volunteers. IN 2000, the Chamber granted $1500 through its tourism grant problem to help the Concharty Council with the building of an adven- ture challenge course at the camp. The course was built in three parts. Slated for completion in January 2002, the entire course will include: initiative games, low ropes and high ropes courses used in leadership training for all ages. The Challenge Course will be available for the Harris County community as GIRL SCOUTS - MORE THAN COOKIES - Debbie Caballero, Executive Director of Camp Concharty, and David Ridgeway, Chamber President-elect are pictured shaking hands at the Concharty Council dinner meeting on October 18th. Girl Scouts who partic- ipated in the program are shown seated. welt as groups from sur- rounding areas including church groups, schools, sports teams, and youth and adult leadership students. Summer Camp partici- pants already bring tourism Valley Rescue Mission Assistance Signup Begins The Valley Rescue Mission will hold its Christmas Holiday Assistance Sign-up for Christmas toys and holiday food bas- kets in the chapel on the corner of 2903 Second Avenue and 29th Street, in Columbus, as follows November 5th through 9th (Monday - Friday) November 12th through 16th (Monday - Friday) 9: a.m. to 11.0 noon 1.0 p.m. to 3.0 p.m. Working Parents Signup November 10th and 17th (Saturdays) lff. a.m. to 1.' p.m. Clients are reminded to bring their children's social secu- rity or Medicaid cards, proof of income or disability docu- mentations or separation notice, rent/mortgage receipts, and current utility bills. Grandparents can only signup their grandchildren if they have legal custody. Applicants are reminded they are only eligible for assis- tance from one area helping organization. Each year the Valley Rescue Mission gives toys to approximately 2,300 area children and food bags to 900 families. For more infor- mation contact the Valley Rescue Mission 322-8267. Local Students Make Dean's List lisher, and may also use a referral service for future employment opportunities. More than 2,500 colleges and universities nationwide use the publication to rec- ognize their academically qualified students. To learn more about The National Dean's List visit www.hon- oring.com Local students selected include: Benjamin J. Angley, Lakeisha M. Dean, Judith A. Frix, and Carla E Glanton, all of Greenville; Kimberly E. Powers, and Whitney O. Williams, both of Hogansville; Damita L. Hamler, Dana Waller, and Elizabeth A. Wriston, all of Manchester; Christopher M. Pope of Pine Mountain; Jason D. Cawthon, and Shermisha Williams, both A total of twelve stu- dents from this area are among the approximately 140,000 students included in the 24th Annual Edition of The National Dean's List, 2000-2001. The National Dean's List, published by Educational Communications, Inc., is the largest recognition pro- gram and publication in the nation honoring high achieving college students. Students are selected for this honor by their col- lege deans, registrars or honor society advisors and must be in the upper 10% of their class, on their school's "Dean's List," or have earned a comparable honor. Listed students are eligible to compete for $50,000 in scholarship awards funded by the pub- dollars to our area. The even more groups to Harris Challenge Course willattract County The store is closed and we've got to clean it out. Every'thing must goY Fishing TackJe NASCAR Soft Drinks T-shirts & t Cardy Beer Crackers Canned Qx.Js Dale Eamhardt Minnow Bucke Hats &  Cricket Cagc Red Dog's River Road Outpost 3482 Hwy. 85E Manchester Cars, Trucks, Vans, Sport Utilities - New And Used - Hundreds of Makes & Models To Choose From! ( of Warm Springs. !i 24 HouRs A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK ]