Newspaper Archive of
The Hogansville Herald
Manchester, Georgia
November 13, 2003     The Hogansville Herald
PAGE 3     (3 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 13, 2003

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

HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - TttURSDAY, NOV. 13, 2003 PAc;: 3-A / :7 TO SERVE- Ryan Fuller of Greenville was sworn in by Meriwether Superior Judge William F. Lee, Jr., Tuesday Oct. 28, to practice law in the Superior Court all inferior courts in the state of Georgia. Pictured left to right: Judge William F. Lee, Fuller and his wife, Ashley L. Fuller Parkwa0000 Flea Market 13.85 LaFaye(te Parkway' LaGrange, GA Located next to LaFayette Parkway-Mini-Storage 706-884-0005 Cited Top Staffer In only his second year as facilities ement director at the Roosevelt Springs Institute for it hasn't taken long for make his presence felt to put his stamp of improvement on necessary projects. In recognition of his many contribu- to RWSIR's Department of Support he was recently named Tee of the Month for November a reception was held in his honor. Better organization, problem solving a renewed sense of confidence and to go above and beyond job including many odd hours responsibilities, are all he has been credited with to the Institute. Oliphant resides in Newnan. APPRECIATED - Newt Oliphant was honored at a reception after being named employee of the month. azer Back from Deployment Iraq, Liberia on Assault Ship Navy Airman Rod C. Blazer, son of E.R. area inorder to conduct humanitarian oper- of Hogansville, recently returned ations. an eight-month deployment while Blazer's ship is an amphibious assault the amphibious assault ship USS ship whose primary mission is to embark, Jima, homeported in Norfolk, Va. deploy and land elements of a Marine land- rvicemembers aboard Blazer's ship ing force by helicopter, landing craft air cush- in the insertion of U.S. Marines ion or amphibious assault vehicle. Sailors into Iraq as well as Monrovia, Blazer is a 1999 graduate of Callaway to provide support to West African High School of LaGrange, and joined the who successfully established a safe Navy in July 1999. Invited to Men and Women's Day Rev. Gregory S. Williams and the St. Mary Methodist Church Family at 100 Pine in Hogansville, invites everyone to join in celebration of its annual Men and Womens This will be Sunday, Nov. 16 at 2:30 p.m. Oliver N. Greene, a retired educator and com- munity leader, of LaGrange, will be the guest speaker. Please come and enjoy this day. Dinner Theatre Nov. 20 Flint River Academy PTO is sponsoring a Spaghetti Dinner on Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. in the Wildcat Cafeteria. Donations will be accepted for the cost of the meal, proceeds benefit the Fine Arts Department. Immediately following the dinner, at 7:15, the FRA Players will present the musical "Dorothy Meets Alice." The cost of the play will be $2. Come out, enjoy a good meal along with a spirited presentation, and support your Flint River Academy Fine Arts students. Epps Speaker For Educators The Meriwether Retired Educators will meet at the Greenville United Methodist Church Thursday, Nov. 20 at 11 a.m. State Rep. Carl Von Epps will be the speaker. All retired educators are invited to attend. Yule Festival Slated Dec. 13 Shepherd's Care Day School invites the communi- ty to A Hamilton Christmas Festival, Dec. 13 from 3-8 p.m. at Mike Tracey Arena. Come and enjoy arts and crafts vendors, sleigh rides, carnival rides, local choirs and a visit from Santa. The students at Shepherd's Care will per- form "The Crippled Immb." Admission is free with a canned good donation. Support Our Troops The .... !i |illtP.._New Flea Maiket W HI e I' o P....LaIao :hway d Item Pizza Villa nextmie. WiloII P ...... Every Sa  nday 8 a.m. Ill 4 p.m. Why? ..... TENWNHRS: Mags; New & Used .. Christmas & Fail Merchandise Twins $65  Made  find Buckles : T01S' Tys !*Used Furniture 0 Misc. The Home You Want, ...... "Wlere You WantIt: ............ Site Built, Board By Board! Call !! For $3,000 Off With Phone Application 1505 LaFayotte Parkway * LaGrange 706-884-2444 aam.qmedcasHomePlace.cem America's Home Place Lunches for Hogansville will include the Monday, Nov. 17 Taco salad, lettuce, toma- whole kernel corn, choice of milk Tuesday, Nov. 18 Hotdog, cole slaw, french fruit, choice of milk Wednesday, Nov. 19 manager's choice Thursday, Nov. 20 Turkey and dressing w/giblet gravy, cranberry sauce, seasoned green beans, sweet potatoes, school baked roll, choice of milk. Friday, Nov. 21 Cheeseburger, lettuce and tomato, french fries, fresh fruit, choice of milk Nov. 13 Dr. Joe Almand Nov. 14 Karen L. Neese Patrick Pase Randy Able Sondra Lee Nov. 15 Gegory Singleton Jonathan Folds Lynn Strain Alford Mark Pike Michael Mills Thomas Corcker Nov. 16 Anna Leigh Howington Dr. E.R. Laverette Jo Williamson Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxwell (A) Nov. 17 Karen Harper Mark Sins Jack Williams (M) Nov. 18 Alyce Alien Houston Gaddy Jeffery Braswell Lamar Moore Will Drake Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sinns (A) Nov. 19 Dylan Johnson . Frannie Allen Jana Rinaldi Kim Hammett 1 0% Off Eve rything Appliances, Home Electronics, Tractors, Craftsman tools and more* 0% till May 2004 on all Home Appliances over $399 OR Free delivery on all Home Appliances over $399** 4 days only Sears Customer Appreciation Sale lith friendly, hometown service 11/12/11-15 *Excludes  Gemini, Neptune, vde by side, ex cepUol1 vsiuel Mid  exclusions e, ppty, See store for details. "*Free SUmdard total delivery Otlt ide local delivery aroa customer pays ao addit onal charge. Rebate vatoes tcl m lrlJ ld#ll xl vmy. 6% f`ng when yu ue yur 8ear dk v faed nd `m*bb AR up t 24 $%   41t3` Ratas may vary Mmimm mnhy FNANE C HA RGE f up t $1. if any due. Rellullt edR terms npply after the 0% period. 325 SOuth Davis Road SEARS LaG range, GA 706-845-0002 Open Mon - Sat 9 a.m. -7 p.m. '- Sun. 12 - 5p.m.