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PAGE 2 - HOGANSVtLLE HOME NEWS - NOVEMBER 24, 1999 Thanksgiving is not just a time of year, but an attitude of heart. The Great Turkey brings happy birthday greetings to Mr. Quinest Ricardo Blount, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Frances) Blount, Wayne Cox II, Mr. Robert Brown Jr., Quinton Colton, Mr. Dondi Dean, Mr. Har-vey Dean, Mr. Ricky Dean, Larry Darnell Freeman, Mrs. Annie Marie Ellis, in memory of Mrs. Georgia Ellis, in mem- ory of Mr. Maymon Freeman, Grant00lle, ews in memory of Mr. Allen Hodges, Tiffany D. Hines, in memory of Mrs. Carrine Pace, Mr. J.C. McLaughlin, in memory of Mr. Jimmy Lee Pinson, Mr. Robert Nalls Sr., Ms. Elaine S. Smith, in memory of Mrs. Mary Stewart, Mr. John Spencer, Mrs. Wanda Glanton, Cordelia D'Ramus Head, grandson of Mrs. Lucille Colton, Mr. Velma Griggs, Mr. Rufus Heard Jr., Ms. Willie Mae Harden, Mr. Morris Hunter, Nicholas Deon Irvin, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. HIIIVE yo0 BEErl DEHIED IIiJTO LOflrl$ DUE TO YOUR PIIST CREDIT FOR A QUICK OVER THE PHONE QUALIFICATION. 706-882-!259 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE Hosiah (Rosetta) Thompson Sr., Alatresse Lucas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence (Jeanette) Lucas, Montavious Rhodes, Mr. Leon Lovette Rosser, Brandon Stinson, son of Ms. Debra Lesley, Mr. Todd Sewell, Mrs. Alicetine Thompson, Mr. Takaai Sueyoshi, Ms. Felicia Snellings, Mortez Towns, son of Ms. Vernita Towns, in memory of Mr. Harrison Ward, Mr. Leon Hines, and Johnika Nashae Wright (great granddaughter of Mrs. Eudora Pinson. Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mr. Leonard Sewell of the Zion Hill Community in his death. He was a member of the Zion Hill Male Chorus. May you rest in peace. Happy Anniversary goes out to the following couple: Mr. and Mrs. Rufus (Eula Kate) Jones on November 23rd. We wish them many, many more. Do you need a: LUeb-mte .;I Cookbook00 BUSIHESSLO60 ? Let me do it for you. 706-672-9489 EAsT GATE PRESS PO Box 31 / Woodburv 30293 Congratulations to Ms. Angela Hines and Mr. Maurice Brown, who were united in mar- riage November 6 (Saturday) at the Clark Chapel United Methodist Church, Luthersville. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Julian Warner. The bride is the daugh- ter of Rev. and Mrs. Joseph (Janie) Hines of Grantville. She is also the granddaughter of the late Rev. John F. Hines and Mrs. Lucille Hines of Grantville. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. A1 Curtis Brown and Mrs. Gwen Brown of Newnan. He is also the grandson of the late Mr. Bryant Warner and Mrs. Julia Mae Warner of Newnan. We wish them love and happiness! We're happy to report that Mrs. Eula Kate Jones of Grantville is home from Beaulieu Convalescent Home in Newnan. Please remember the sick and convalescing in your prayers: Mr. Dewayne Beasley, Ms. Pauline Carter, Ms. Geraldine J. Hines, Mrs. Bessie Glanton, Mrs. Alice Pearl Hinton, Mrs. Linda Dean, Mr. John Henry Portress, Ms. Rose Emma Anderson, Ms. Mary Strozier, Mr. Jimmy Walker and Mrs. Annie Young. The New St. Paul CME Church, Lone Oak, invites everyone to their 21st Annual Harvest Celebration on Sunday, November 28 at 3:00 p.m. with guest preacher Rev. Valerie McNeill, pastor of Oak Ridge CME Church in Greenville. Rev. T.D. Brown is the pastor. The public is cordially invited. WHAT DOES IT TAKE :TO FIND THE BEST DEAL00ON CELLULAR THIS HOLIDAY? HOW ABOUT A BIG RED ARROW?. GRIFFIN MANC H E S T E R 1303 West Taykr St. 1140 Warm Springs Hwy. (770) 412-9100 (706) 846-2012 Cellular One will donate $20 from your holiday package to help build a house with a family In our community through Habitat for Humanity. A PRICE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION Cy Liscnthe A'erican Stock Esl "Unlimrlecl rkgts and ws aror unlimited airlirne  trm first 6 months  A, N fi , N   m     m ,   N  ,   W J 1    r applms qly to quaMled rate plans Oler expires 1/2/00.   rlKI. So#  for  New mlion$ Only. S slore for Glli The Greater Jehovah Baptist Church in Grantville will have "Thanksgiving Morning Service" on Thursday, November 25 at 8:00 a.m. Our guest will be St. Smyrna Baptist and Provident Baptist Churches, both of Newnan. guest preacher will be Melvin David Brittian Provident Baptist. The is invited. Have a Happy and Thanksgiving! November 25 Cheryl Harrison Christopher Thomas Hannah Weiher Ryan Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Spradlin Mr. and Mrs. John Cranston November 26 Andrea Hines Devin Brock Lucile Marciniak Randy R. McWhorter Ralph E. Howell Vern Wegienka Mr. November 29 Jessie Sims Matt Odom Sara Burden November 30 Henry Strickland Jervis Shelnutt Tina Johns November 27 Kerry Wegienka Randy Bussey December 1 Kiwanis Belated wishes go to November28 White and Hank Butler Lee Philpot November 20. Swann Promoted in Air Zachary S. Swann has been promoted in the U.S. Air Force to the rank of staff sergeant. : Swann, a personnel appren- tice, is assigned to the 14th Mission Support Squadron at Columbus Air Force Base, MS. The servicemember has been in the military for years. He is the son of Swarm and Barbara S. both of LaGrange. His wife, Kelly, is ter of Bruce and Ann both of Moro, AK. Patrol Continued from Page 1 not only the interstates but state and county roads as well in an effort to keep the number of crashes, injuries and fatali- ties lower than the predictions. Colonel Hightower said troop- ers would be concentrating on impaired drivers, speeders and occupant protection violators. Last year during a 102-hour holiday period there were 2,846 crashes, 744 injuries and 22 fatalities. Alcohol and drugs were factors in seven of the fatalities. Thirteen of those killed were either not wearing a seat belt or use could not be determined. Three. fatalities were motorcyclists and three were pedestrians. Speed was a factor in five of the fatal crash- es. The thanksgiving period is also an Operation C.A.R.E. hol- iday period. Operation C.A.R.E., or Combined Accident Reduction Effort, is a multi agency, nationwide effort to reduce the number of traffic crashes through strict traffic eziforcement, promoting use of lifesaving vehicles to reduce" fatalities, and high patrols on C.A.R.E. This holiday period will see special emphasis on dren being properly in motor vehicles. enforcement officers Mobilizing America to Up children. Operation 'N Snap, the high visibility merit program, ducted. 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