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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 2004 i rantville Hosting 'Afre-Ameriem_n Night' ,-w- o., ,oop, "e IT he Old Train Depot in downtown ~tville is right at presenting Afro-American at the Depot on Saturday Nov. 27 tK ~" [Our Afro-American sisters and pro~, rr0thers will be praising the Lord in ty o~ =*~l| song and dance. Featured will be Tony Nails, mem- bers of the Greater Jehovah Baptist Church Choir, God's Almighty Gospel Group and The Spiritual Dancers, all of Grantville, and Burning Bush of Newnan, along with others. This will be a night to remember. The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be available. For more information please call 770-251-5621 or 770-58.3-2260. PAGE 7-A Bankruptcy should be your last resort, but if need be, call a local attorney! IN. LUTHER JONES Attorney At Law 116 Main St. LaGrange (706) 884-6633 Maintain Dignity ~ Stop Creditor Harassment Consolidate Bills ~ Regain Financial Control Chapters 7, 11 & 13 of U.S. Bankruptcy Code Start Chapter 13 for only $100! Same Day Electronic Filing ..... FREE EVALUATION! ALSO: Criminal Law - DUl Paio Legal A,dver~,~emet~ WEATHER, GOOD EVENT - Shown are two scenes from the annual Country Fair at Lone Oak last weekend. crowd was tremendous and the exhibits were awesome, not to mention all the wonderful food. I ! H~-ogansville Studems Honored for Perfect Attendance The following Hogansville Elmentary School students were hon- ored for Perfect Attendance for the first nine week peri- od: l:;re-K Anna Alford, Desmond McMillan, Maggie Neal. Kindergarten Jarius Alexander, Bradley Bright, Jamal Burston, Joshua Carey, Andrew Campbell, Jada Crowder, Tommy Carey, Jalin Cotton, Halie Driver, Darmesha Ford, Josh Hanson, Jason Johnson, Alyssa Jones, Kavon Lii~sey, Indira Lujono, Matthew Ogletree, Vivek PateL Jacob Yearwood, Joshua Roan, Chantron Robinson, Carlos Powers, " Ashton Snider, Markeyvia Talle~, Jack Tone). Denise Woodard. First Grade Mark Alford, Kennedy Bardett, Aleyce Burston, Nicole Cannon, Autumn Daniel, Chanta Dorsey, William Doyle, Hunter Gaddy, Daniel Gray, April Johnson, Stanley Johnson, Phillip McMiUan, Keion Ramson, qafl~avious Rosser, Victoria Tomlin, Rashawn Lovelace, Andrianna Owens. Second Grade Chase Alddridge, Joshua Bartlett, Jomarcus Brown, Matthew Burham, Kobie Cook, Briannah Costner, Dylan Driver, Austin Eskew, Kehdn Ector, Joseph Fomby, DeMartez Glanton, Trevor Goddard, Alex Goolsby, Dominique Holland, Courtney Fox, Kirandeep Kaur, Joshua Kimbrell, Samantha Lujano, Claudia Massey, Jerry Moore, Cailla Niner, TaQuoya Moses, Reeves Payne, Dwight Rhodes, Takia Rhodes, Kelvin Roan, Tiffany Steele, LaXavier Tigner, Chase Turner, Dylan Surowic, William Williamson, Zackery Yates, LaBronze Zeiaya. Third Grade Quaneisha Alexander, Quantavis Anderson, Andrew Jackson, Audrey Barrett, Shabreka Brown, Jatia Cameron, Chasity Cameron, Keiaushane Cameron, Marquis Cosby, Garret Davis, Chase Freeman, Shanteria Glanton, TaQuarius Hopson, Kalea Johnson, Adam Kazmi, Nikel Mart.in, William McGhee, Kathy Mitchell, Jamila Parks, Raechel Pike, Allison Shaw, Jania Smith, Nicholas Terrell, 1Yeveus Turner, Delilah Wilkey. Randy Carey, Jared Cole, Andrew Cook, Adrian Fomby, Ryan Fretwell, Travis Goolsby, Zachary Harris, Skylar Harris, Skyla Jacobs, Onevious Johnson, Jessica Prophitt, Satastious Robinson, Jonas Sanchez, Joshua Smith, Dustin Steele, Jacell Terrell, Tyrell Tigner, Jeremy Williamson. ~'th Grade Kyser Barnes, Kierra Brown, DeVonte Cameron, Jamie Cole, Tiffany Courtney, Matthew Cooper, Shariah Copeland, Ashleigh Crowder, Zarmeshia Dixon, Crystal Dozier, Crystal Goolsby, Clara Griffen, Jimmy Foster, Jacob Johnson, Courtney Lindsey, McKenzie Lore, Eric HUMMINGBIRD CHEVRON SHOP LOCALLY. Happy anniversary wishes go to Orlando and Kimberly Rogers on their 1 lth on Nov. 13. We wish them many more. Our belated sympathy goes to the family of Mary Ann WaAliams Benjamin of LaGrange, formerly of Greenville, in her deatE She was the daughter of Agnes and Wilson Williams, St'., of Greenville. We wish you peace and comfort Birthday greetings go to Tamekia Alford, granddaughter of Eva mae Clark, in memoryofLucille S. Atchinson, Hattie Mac Berry, mother of Mary Hines, Dr. Jessie Kate Black, in memo- ry of Horace Lee Bailey, Leon Buchanan III, in memory of James Albert Burston, Rev. John R. Brovrn, James (Annie Ruth) Clements, in memory of Natasha Clemens, Nehemia Freeman, grandson 1879 t Main St (I-85, Exit 281 - Ilogansville 706-837-9001 - Opon 24-11oursl 1-Topping Pizza s799 Marlboro Cigarettes $200 Per Pack Keen Cigarettes s2414 i ..... f&'lib'-Ii'/. .... ~.i-iiiini-ili-i/ri~ii--il ii i AddltlonatOi.UUurr-il : When You BuY 2 Pizzas i l : ................ :cx:~_~*:'_z~-~.~ .',:.'~. .............. : I ~fEST.t~ EORGIA TECHNICAL~COLLEGE is coming to your neighborhood. Come and hear about WGTC's easy admission process. Locatio~ Warm Springs Mcn~ dlx* ( ounly Chamber of Qmlmerc 91 Broad Street, %~hrm SFangs, GA 31830 Information and registration night: November l(f ................... 6:30 p.m ........ Wm..~ classes begin: January 10th in Wren Springs January 45 in L~Jrange frqnm effered tb qmwt~ lu Wsm Basic ('cnnputet Skills Basic Prtnting Specialist ka~n ~hlntcname, For more information, call a Career Planner at 706437-4273. F--Grade Sanders, Josh Tinley, ISAVE TIM-- Georgia Alford, Rebecca Vosburgh, Matthew Stephanie Allen, Elizabeth Walker, Deirde Wilkey, Arrington, Beth. Barrett, Dequlius Wilkey, Chandler l Brittany Boyd, Chasity Boyd, Wilkerson, Shyniece Wil~n. I When you shop at home you save time, which is especially valuable during the holidays. of Robert and Loretta Freeman, Demetries LaShaun Harris, Sharon H. Ford, Darron Hamilton, in memory of Arlene Hardaway, Sheronda Hines, Miclde Miller, Larry McCambry, Jackie Colton, Evelyn Gates, Rev. Charles patterson, Britney Mitchell and Regina Sewell, daughters of Rim H. Sewell, Kimberly Phillips, in memory of Clarence McCabry, Jr., Roblyn Middlebrooks, Jermon Middlebrooks, grandson of Arvella Colton, Wystia "Bubba" Rosser, John "Bubba" Rufledge, Reggie Rutledge, LaPrecious Shandell Sewell, daughter of the late Angela Sewell, Kelvin Sewell, Trina I.~Nell Sheilds, daughter of Willie Mac Harden, Ashley Sirmon, granddaughter of Deborah Talley, Lena Mac Strozier, Hoshi Abemi, daughter of James and Annette Phillips, Phyliss Render, grand- daughter of Opal Hardaway, Dewayne Ward, Edmond Ward and Joseph Ward. Happy anniversary goes to Tom Henry and Lizzie Johnson, who cele- brated their 58th wedding anniversary. on Nov. 10. We wish you many more. The White Plains United Methodist Church of St. Marks invites everyone to its annual adults and senior ushers anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 21 at 11 a.m. Guest speaker will be Rev. Lonnie Thornton. The public is invited. Rev. Nathale Walthall is the pastor, Rev. George Beasley is the associate pastor. The M.E. Freeman Choir of New St. Paul CME Church in Lone Oak invites everyone to attend its anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 21 at 2:30 p.m. Rev. Leon Williams is the pastor. Seed for thought: My country, 'tis of thee. Your gift list seems to be growing by the minute, and you don't have many to spare. That,s why shopping here makes so much sense. Parking is easy, the shops are delight- ful, and YoU'll be free from the long lines and the hectic pace of the mall or big city. Everyone wins by shopping at home! / i/ i) < ,. ii ii~!, ,~ii! i ~ii ii