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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 21, 2002 PAGE 3-A O o PARK MEAD()W APAF"MEh )UR AREA MEN ARE SCHEDULED to be ordained the ministry on Sunday afternoon, November 24th 5PM in the afternoon in the new sanctuary of Chnst King Charismatic Episcopal Church. The Most John W. Holloway, Bishop of the Diocese of eorgla, will officiate, preach, and celebrate Holy at the service. Ordained will be (Second from Left) William Jonathan Shelton, Jereme Scott DeLeo (Left), James Anthony McGee (Third from left), and Ronald Frank Clemmer, (Right) Hogansville, who is also a veteran of the United States Navy and, in addi- tion to his duties at Christ the King Church, serves as the Lay Vicar, or home missions pastor, to St. Matthew's Charismatic Episcopal Mission in Hogansville. The serv- ices of ordination are open to the public. For addition- al information contact the Christ the King office at 770- 252-2428. The ordination service will be the first serv- ice held in the new facility of Christ the King Charismatic Episcopal Church at 4881 East Highway 34 between Peachtree City and Newnan. By Missy BeUew TWO GOOD MEN - Zach Giddens, the son of Callaway's Head Football Coach Claude Giddens stands with Brent Hester during a recent football game. Callaway enters the state playoffs Friday night .against the num- ber one team in Class AA, Americus. By Frances Robinson LET'S MAKE MUSIC- Dean and Nancy I_arson played musical instruments during HES Heritage Days at the school recently. ;rial Association Plans giving Service Nov. 26 The Hogansville Ministerial Association is sponsoring a y-wide Thanksgiving Service at Ebenezer Tuesday night, November 26, 2002 at PM. There will be a combined choir of participating church- and Rev. Alex Montgomery, Pastor of Trinity Worship will be the speaker. The public is cordially invited attend. Events Coming Up at Antioch Several events will be by Antioch Baptist during theTnonth of On Saturday, 23rd a.church- Thanksgiving dinner staging with The Good TriO" will be held. )inner is at 6:00; singing is 7:30. Call for dinner reser- Sunday, November 24th be Old Fashioned Day combined Sunday 10.t)0 with the Good and at 11:00 more singing with Good News and guest preacher Dr. Bill Perry. Dr. Perry and the Good News Trio will both be in the 6:00 service. On Monday, November 25th there will be a special Jubilee Service with special singing by the Antioch Choir and great preaching by Dr. Perry. Tuesday, November 26th will be a Candlelight Service with a special time of testi- mony and praise. For more information or reservations for dinner call the church at 637 6625. I[ ik' November 21 Baylee Starling, Bobbie Donnie Doug Spradlin, Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle and Mr. and Tommy Spradlin, November 22 Carolyn Davis, Dee Dee Coyne, Greg ; Myra Duffey, Lghn. November 23 Marion Martin. November 24 Donny Turner, Ellen Jody Wade, Fretwell, - Guy Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery, anniversary. November 25 Cheryl Harrison, Christopher Thomas, Hannah Weiher, Linda Scantin, Ryan Williamson, Billy D. Spradlin, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Spradlin, Mr. and Mrs. John Cranston, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. John White, anniversary. November26 Andrea Hines, Ashley Singleton, Devin Brock, Faye Smith, John Almand, Lucile Marciniak, Randy R. McWhorter, Will Turner. NmJc'mber 27 Alice Hodge, Amanda Medford, Kerry Wegienka, Randy Bussey. Haygood, Fowler To Speak Sunday Dr. Ben I. Haygood, 54, will speak at Hogansville First Baptist Church Sunday morning, November 17, 2002 at the llAM service. Mr. Marcus E. Fowler, 42, will speak that evening at the 6PM service. Dr. Haygood is Vice President of Advancement at Baptist Village, Inc., joining the corporate staff there this year. An ordained Baptist min- ister, he is a 1970 graduate of Mercer University in Macon, Georgia 1977 graduate of the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina and a 198,1 graduate of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky T For ever twenty-five years, he served churches in Alma, Ca., St. Simons Island, CA. And Macon, GP Dr. Haygood has been a leader in the Georgia Baptist Convention as its Vice President, a member of the Executive Committee; Chairman of the Executive Committee; President of the Georgia Baptist Pastor's Conference; Board of Trustees of Brewton Parker College and Board of Shorter College. Dr. Haygood is married to Glenda and they are the parents of two adult daugh- ter: Dr. Bonnie Jean Haygood Brooks, M.C. And Amy Elizabeth Gilliam. Dr. And Mrs. Ben I. Haygood church member- ship is in Vineville North Baptist Church at Macon, Georgia. Dr. Marcus E. Fowler was born in Monroe,, Louisiana in Februaryof 1960 and became a Christian in July, 1066 at Graceland Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee. He received his high school education at Bob Jones Academy and gradu- ated from Shannon Forest Christian School in 1978. His college education is from Covenant College at Lookout Mountain, Tennessee; Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee and CoUege of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina, where he graduated with a BS degree. Mr. Fowler also has a mil- itary background, having served in the US Army from 1982-1986. His vast mission and service background, includes the following: Summer missionary to Mexico; Backyard Bible study leader; Chaplain in high school; Sunday school teacher; Bible study teacher and prayer seminar instruc- tor. He is currently a Sunday School with Life Application emphasis at First Baptist Church in Hogansville and also the Church Prayer coor- dinator. Mr. Fowler and his wife of three years, Lisa, are mem- bers of the HogansviUe First Baptist Church. They are the parents of a daughter, Dakota, who is six weeks old. The public is cordially invited to attend these serv- ices and hear the word of God proclaimed by these fine Christian men of God. Hogansville Pirst Baptist Church is located at 505 East Main Street. Ballroom Christmas Dance Planned for Friday, Dec. 6 The Moonlight Ballroom Dance Club of LaGrange and the Troup County Parks and Re(: Department will sponsor a Christmas Dance on Friday, Dec. 6, at the Callaway Auditorium, Dallis Street, LaGrange from 8:00 - 11:00 p.m.E.S.T. Music will be provided by the Lou Vallee Band. Dress is coat and tie (dressy). Visitor couples are welcome - $20.00 per couple. Enjoy traditional ball- room music aRz, f . shag, swing, rumba, cha-cha, tango, and more! For information or direc- tions to the monthly dances or for ballroom dance lesson information, call (706) 637- 9295 or (706) 884-5857. i GRAND JURY PRESENTMENTS Ste of C,a Troup Coun To the Honorable Allen B. Keeble and Quillian A. Baldwin, Judges of Superior Court, Coweta Judicial circuit: We, the members of the Troup County Grand Jury drawn and sworn for the November 2002 Term, respectfully make the fol- lowing presentments: We wish to express our appre- ciation to District Attomey Peter John Skandalakis and all who assisted him in the preparation and presentation of the cases brought before us for aclx)n. We commend the District Attorney and his stall for ltr professk- alism and attentkm to detail. Their pre'- were invaluable in making our decisions. We alsowish tothank Mr. Marion Carson and Mr. Donald Neese, our baiUffs, for their  and support. We commend law enforcement personnel, who came before us, whose dedca- tion to duty deserves our sup- port, encouragement, and sin- cere thanks. We are impressed with their dem(mslrated diligence and comlence. This Grand Jury considered a case presented by Georgia b'e Patrol, Trooper Kemp, who is a member of the State Patrol's Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team. The infor- mation he pmvidedto us us to make a more educated decision. This Grand Jury would also like to extend our gratitude to the Honorable Judge Allen Keel:de for his sewk:e and dedk:ation to the Judidal process. Board of EqmnzaUon Pursuant to the charge of the Court, this Grand Jury appoints Mr. Gane Woodall to the Board of Equalization and to serve a three year term beginning January 1, 2003, and expiring December 31, 2005. Bailiff and Grm Juror Feu This Grand Jury recommends to the Board of Co that the bailiff fees remain at $70.05 per day and that the grand juror and juror fees be raised to $40.00 per day. P,pect0y ed, sctc. Foreper=cm Henry C. Ford, III Clerk Henry C. Ford, Ul, Clerk James W. Melvin Patrida  Daniel Robert Comerford Alut= Smilh Bedy  "nhom Paul M. Milltd c, o,'nm Jo .=urn 1". Stoner L C. CuSp, Jr. Chad IE.  " Unda D.  Oemetrtu F. ! Nmo/L Palmor Lynn M. Willingham JudyL Embry NelUe M. Pattillo Carol P. Sewell Harold Bankston se of c, eom Troup County The within presentments received in Open Court this the 5th day of November, 20O2. It is ordered that the within pre- sentments be entered upon the minutes of the Superior Court, made a part hereof, and adver- tised as reconvnended. And it is so ordered, this the 5th day of November, 2002. AIIlen B. Keeble Judge of Superior Court Troup County, Georg (11:21) S tpport Local C6arities 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator Gx)rt urtlty "TURKEY DINNER" with all the fixin's Beverage & Dessert inclued $10 95 I) " adult 5  Children under 10 " 11:00 am - 3:OOpm  Thanksgiving MOUNTAIN TOP INN Reservations Preferred Pine Mountain, GA 706-663-4719 Hwy. 190 & Hines Gap Road 1-800-NIGHT-NI(ght) |l||||||||/li VAN'S HARDWARE == & Farm Supply W. ,, l Indusbial Rd, Hogansville (706)637-6263 NOTICE IN ACCORDANCE WiTH SECTION 12-5-30 OF THE OFFI- CIAL CODE OF GEORGIA, AND AS REQUIRED BY THE RULES OF THE GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVI- SION, THE CITY OF HOGANSVILLE 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 ATTHE MAN- HOLES BEHIND THE SUBDIVISION UNDER CONSTRUC- TION ON HIGHWAY 29 BETWEEN PIGGLY WIGGLY AND THE OLD HARDWABE 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 APPROXIMATELY ONE MILE INTO YELLOW JACKET CREEK BETWEEN HWY. 100 AND HWY. 54/. AMOUNT OF SPILL HAS BEEN ESTIMATED AT BETWEEN 60,00 GALLONS. EMERGENCY REPAIRS TO THE MAIN HAVE BEEN COMPLETED AS OF NOVEMBER 11, 2002. 266 River Circle, 3BFF2BA,  home, 1.5 acres ......... $28,500 Hwy. 16. Whitesbu, Mobil Home Park, Great Invernent ...can ustr ofnoe. 105 Royal Ave., 3BR/1BA, mint condition ........................... $56,500 102 Margaret Way,  .............................. $g2,000 oo Jcn Dr., 3BRf-,NIinl .......................... '.....JaS,000 b3 E. Ma St., Hogansv, 38Rr38 ........................... oe, eoo 94  Legion Rd. 3 BRt2 BA #us mobile home on k ..... $'t9,500  225 E. 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