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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOV. 14, 2002 PAGE 3-A By Bryan Geter WHICH ONE WILL I BUY ?- Janet (L) and her daughter-in-law, Tarawater, both of LaGrange has a hard decision of what basket at the Hummingbird fes- recently. By Bryam Geter ENJOYING THE SIGHTS - Hogansville City Manager David Aldrich and wife Cindy along with Coco, the minature poodle enjoy the Hummingbird Festival held recently. By Brim Get ALL SMILES - Allen-Lee United EARTH-MINDED - A number of area 4-H Methodist Church in Lone Oak Members took part recently in a cleanup along sponsored the annual Lone Oak the Chattahoochee River, and amassed a huge Country Festival last week. Pictured p[ile of debris. Pictured left to right are: Mike above are two of Lone Oak UMC Isbell, DorisAl0ney, Phillip Nowicki, Belle Sharpe, members, Gall Gordon (L) and Roz Latisha Abney, Alex Lipford, Betty Lipford,Randal Lipford, Keith Nwicki, Kaylie Edmondson, selling goodies at the Long. Not pictured: Chris and Ellen Nowicki. church's booth. Seam, Sheriff Troup County Sheriff Turner is warning resl of a scam a person identify- himself as Mr. Thomas (the manager of the Bank of South According to reports, i businesses are receiv- :a :fkCrorn this manag- whiY-qdng for some- to stand in as next of kin a deceased bank cus- a Mr. Charles md claim his estate "We are warning every- that this is another Announce ihter's Birth Mr. and Mrs. Dale Todd LaGrange announce the of their daughter, Lynn Todd on System. She weighed pounds, 11 ounces. Maternal grandparents Randy and Sharon of Franklin and O'Dell Douglas of N.C. Maternal dmother is Sara of Newnan. Maternal are and Joan Cantrell of Maternal great- is Ary of Franklin. Paternal grandparents Dwight and Alana Todd Hogansville. Paternal is Betty of Hogansville. great grandparents Thomas and Faye of Princeton, Ala. The mother is the former Douglas. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Ms. Leola Greene of Grantville in her death. Wishing you peace and comfort. Ms. Raycine Tucker of Grantvflle is a patient at , Warm Springs Rehabilitation Center. We wish her a speedy recovery. Happy anniversary goes to out to the following cou- ples: Mr. and Mrs. BarTon (Angela) Burston on their 1 lth on November 16 and Mr. and Mrs. Orlando (Kimberly) Rogers on their 9th on November 13. We wish them many, many more! We're happy to report that Mr. Ernest "Ricky" Cousins of Grantville is home from the hospital and doing fine. Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Ms. Annie Nails of Hogansville in her death. She is just away! A baby shower was given for Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth (IVeda) Levellof Grantville last Friday at Ryan's Restaurant in Newnan. It was well attended and they received lots of useful gifts. Happy birthday wishes go out to: Mrs. Hattie Mae Berry, mother of Mrs. Mary Hines, Tamekia Alford, granddaughter of Mrs. Eva Mae Clark, Dr. Jessie Kate Black, Leon Buchanan, III, in memory of Mr. James Albert Burston, in memory of Mrs. Icille S. Atchinson, Rev. John R. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. James (Annie Ruth) Clements, Ms. Roblyn Colton, in memory of Ms. Natasha Clemons, Mr. Calvin Ellis, Mrs. Sonja D. Freeman, Nehemia Freeman, grand- son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Loretta) Freeman, Demetries LaShaun Harris, Mr. Oscar Goolsby II, son of Ms. Marvene R. Goolsby, Mr. Darron Hamilton, Mrs. Sharon H. Ford, in memory of Mrs. Arlene Hardaway, Ms. Sheronda Hines, Ms. Angelita Lynn, Ms. Mickie Miller, Mr. Larry McCamb ry, Rev. Charles Patterson, Mr. J.C. McLaughlin, Mr. Thomas Johnson, Kimberly Phillips, Britney Mitchell and Regina SeweU, daugh- ters of Ms. Rim H. Sewell, Mr. Wystia "Bubba" Rosser, LaPrecious Shandell Sewell, daughter of the late Ms. Angela SeweH, Ms. Lena Mae Strozier, Mr. Reggie Rugledge, Mr. John "Bubba" Rutledge, Jr., Kelvin Sewell, Ms. Trina LaNell Shields, daughter of Ms. Willie Mae Harden, in memory of Mr. Horace Lee Barley, in mem- or'] of Mr. Clarence McCAmlbry, Jr., Mr. Dowayne Ward, Mr. Joseph Ward, Mr. Edmond Ward, EuQuita W, granddaughter of Mrs. Annette R. Glanton and Ms. Martha Jean Willoby. There will be an Appreciation Day program for Rev. David Dozier, Rev. Bennie Duncan and Rev. Clarence Ellison at the New St. Paul C.M.E. Church, Lone Oak on Saturday, November 16 at 5 p.m. Rev. T.D. Brown is the pastor. The public is cordially invited. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks invites everyone to their annual Young Adults and Senior Ushers' Anniversary on Sunday, November 17 at 11:00 &m. with guest speak- er, Mrs. Vivian Smith, a mem- ber of Sunnyside Baptist Church, Greenville. The pub- lic is invited. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasley, associate pastor. Seed for Thought: Always cherish the three F's - Faith, Family and Friends. Monday Taco salad, lettuce, toma- whole kernel corn, choice of milk. lsaay Hot dog, coleslaw, fries, fruit, choice of Wednesday Manager's Choice. lursaay Turkey and dressing with gravy, cranberry seasoned green beans, school baked choice of milk. Frmay Cheeseburger, lettuce tomato, French'fries, fruit, choice of milk. Novemberl4 Karen L. Neese, Patrick Pase, Randy Able, Sondra I,ee. November 15 Gregory Singleton, Jonathan Folds, Lynn Strain Alford, Michael Mills, Thomas Crocker. Novemberl6 Anna Leigh Howington, Dr. E.R. Leverett, Kelly Jo Williamson, Ren Freeman, Steven Stitcher, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxwell, anniver- sary. Novemberl7 Karen Harper, Mark Sirras, Jack Williams. Nopemberl8 Alyce Allen, Jeffery BraswelL Lamar Moore, Will Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sinns, anniversary. Novemberl9 Dylan Johnson, Fannie Allen, Jana Rinaldi, Pat Scarborouglx November 20 Alan Resendez, Steve BMaam, Cathy Noles, Craig Shermon, Dianna Carter, Hank Butler, John White, Alyssa StiUwell, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wflliamson, anniver- sary. Support Our Troops NOTIC IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 12-5-30 OF THE OFFICIAL CODE OF GEORGIA, AND AS REQUIRED BY THE RULES OF THE GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF NATUR- AL RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVISION, THE CITY OF HOGANS- VILLE NOTIFIES RESIDENTS OF HOGANSVILLE AND TROUP COUNTY THAT A DIS- CHARGE OF UNTREATED WASTEWATER OCCURRED FROM NOVEMBER 8 THROUGH NOVEMBER 11, 2002. THE UNTREATED DISCHARGE OCCURRED AT THE MANHOLES BEHIND THE SUBDIVISION UNDER CONSTRUCTION ON HIGH- WAY 29 BETWEEN PIGGLY WIGGLY AND THE OLD HARDWARE STORE. THE SPILL SITE IS IN A REMOTE LOCATION AND NO HOUSES OR BUILDINGS ARE IN THE AREA. THE SPILL ENTERED AN UN-NAMED CREEK WHICH FLOWS APPROXI- MATELY ONE MILE INTO YELLOW JACKET CREEK BETWEEN HWY. 100 AND HWY. 54/. AMOUNT OF SPILL HAS BEEN ESTIMATED AT BETWEEN 60,00 - 100,000 GAL- LONS. EMERGENCY REPAIRS TO THE MAIN HAE BEEN COMPLETED AS OF NOVEMBER 11, 2002. Turkey Shootl Th November to Benefit the H olg an svi 11 e Opt!mist Club Shoot will be held at the American Legion Golf Club Range Hwy. 29N Hogansviile Rain Date: November 23 New Shotgun Shoot Off at end of shoot. Bu Dan-RAc ,lng on our a] Our Business. ....... Dan-Rie can Help FindVoua Homesite If ea@ own your own land, ' bffers FREE ....... (,:,:, SPECIAL Hwy 109 N- LaFayette Fl v 1 6 Mile z Fine Cr. III I II Proudly building in GA: Muscogee, Harris, Heard, Meriwether, Troup & Pike And AL: Russell, Lee, Chambers & Randolrh All informatn herein subj to error, oraislon arc:For change without note Dan-Ri Homes Angela 706-883-3475 or Sheila 706-883-3483 Call Today Available 7 Days a Week 800-741-2512 ext. 205 or 204 www.danrle.com i .=