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PAGE 8 HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2009 Corinth Baptist Church will be holding a concert to sup- port Toys for Tots. Coordinated by Wilds and Associates, the concert will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. at the church. Those attending are asked to bring one new, unwrapped toy that can-be given to a needy child. Though subject to change, the concert is scheduled to include John Lanier, Expectation, and the Jeff Treece Band. Corinth Baptist Church is located at 640 Hwy. 100, in Hogansville. For more information call 706-668-2990. (Plus costs of County Permits, State and FHA Requirements, Well & Septic System Where Required. Land/Equity Plan. Purchaser Must Own Land.) 30 DAY BLOWOUT SALE ON ALL MANUFACTURED HOMES AND MODUIAR HOMES Come Get Your New Home and A Gov't Stimulus Check for Up to $ 8000.00 If You Quay ALL ABOUT SPACE - The fourth grade at Callaway Elementary School presented First Kids in Space to visiting parents and the student body. The production was a demonstration of skills PRACTICING FOR THE PLAY - Youth and aduRs at First Baptist Church are preparing for the play, "The Best Christmas Pageant Event" to be held 6.p.m. Sunday; Dec. 13. Above, students from kindergarten through high school seniors are shown learning their lines. One Accord Presents Christmas Musical ,aq One Accord Church of Deliverance proudly present i. The Zumba classes cur- rently held at the Troup County Recreation Center have moved. The classes are now baip g held in the Whitesville Elementary School g3 - nasi- uIn. The Zumba cla are - dancers, soloists to attend. Please bring a toy in support of our Toy drive. For more information .:::::::: : : : Don't l .'ss Out! Call Today! a Christmas Musical on Saturday Dec. 12 at 5 p.m. at the Unity Elementary School, 172 north main St. Lut hersville. We are asking all groups, choirs, churches, praise P See a complete listing in this weeRs classilied section! starmercuryclassifieds@charterinternet.com ' ! r ata t00001 100--1 (703006) 582-3088 r (706) 326"9113" 02:2p) 600 ~~ ] IHOMES FOR SALE STEELFRONTDOORWITHSIDELIGHTS ~;~" ' - $150. Fireplace insert $200.00. (706) 628- ANIMALS 4835. (12:2p) 300 HOUSE FOR SALE - 2 bedrooms, bath, locatedinWarmSprings, Ga.Good I AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD MINIA- '~fixer-upper." $14,000.00. Shown by I TURES REGISTERED - NSDR. appointment. (706) 553-5068. (12:2 9p) Female puppy, 11 weeks. BIk/Tri $250 100-1 . ',Intelligent, healthy, YTD shots, great ~i~!i YO personality also 2 females under 2 y~ars only $100 each (706) ~326-9113 or (706) 582-3088 (12:2p) 600 ,- ' -: 700-1 FULLTIME (706) 846-2999. (12:2, 9, 16, 23, 30p) 400 HOUSE FOR RENT- 2 bedroom, 1 HELP WANTED bath home with laundryroom, large CHRISTMAS BAZAAR - Raleigh United kitchen, dining room, living room. Large Methodist Church. Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009, HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR fenced backyard. Central heat and air. 9 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Church is located on Must have minimum of 3 years expe- held Mot Tues and Thursde enings at 6:15 p.m. an, m. Thi, aporary move and on tball season ends, th, )a classes will move back to the Troup County " ation Center. For more information visit Arouprec.org or email kellykemp@bell- south.net Birthdays and Anniversaries Congratulations to those area residents celebrating birthdays and anniversaries. Dec. 4 - David Speer, Denna Vinyard, James Leeson, Jody Hale, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hines. Dec. 5 - Jody Murry, and Olivea Lauren Hanner. Dec. 6- Amy Cain, Barlice Hunt, Huell Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Harper, Verna Reynolds, John Arnold, and Andrea Thigpen. Dec. 7 - Carolyn Watson, Juanita Cardin, Kamie Jackson, Lacey Brooke Worthy, Lucille Brock, Megan Howell, Rae Moore, Trae Thompson, Candace Pritchett, and Brandi Hilyer. Dec. 8 - Andrea Spradlin, Jane Hubbard, Joshua Chipman, Marquerite Stephens, Tommie Coggin. Dec. 9- Alexander F. Rich, Joseph Neese, Kevin Stephens, Marie Johnson, Robin Bryant. contact: Glenda Tucker at :, !0: 0ebbieStaley, 770-252'5816,or, Betty "3i " ' wlKal 'J'oh son, Blalock at 770-253-9469. "' l lhVa tlh '' EG. Marciniak, and David Kelley. By ANDY KOBF, R on hesday, December 8. County with the girls starting Greg Moultrie has taken at 6 p.m followed by the boys With winter approaching over as Head Coach of theat 7:30 p.m.; and football season havingBoys Basketball team. * Saturday, Dec. 12, vs. ended, the Callaway High Last season the boys LaGrange at Hogansville School sports programs nowplayed extremely well, fin- with the girls starting at 5:30 move indoors, ishing the season with a p.m followed by the boys at Coach J.J. Wahl returns region record of 14-4 and an 7 p.m.; as Head Coach of the overall record of 21-7. Tuesday, Dec. 15, vs. wrestling team. In a very recbnt change, Spencer with the girls start- Since many of the Michael Fannin has taken ing at 6 p.m followed by the wrestlersalsoplayedfootball, over as Head Coach of theboys at 7:30 p.m.; practicetimehasbeenlimited Girls Basketballteam. Friday, Dec. 18, vs. but that is expected to have The girls finishedlast sea- Northside/Columbus withthe $500 per month. Call Bob at (706) 741-," " " rience operating a dozer and track- Hwy 173 =n Raleigh Commun=ty Lots of 6748. (12:2TFNnclI) 100-2 new Christmas decorations and ornaments, hoe, willing to work out of town in gdt items some crocs (shoes) p~ctures and ",Georgia Benefits available AVAILABLE DEC. 15 - 2 BR / 2 bath, more. Come and see. (12:2nc) 400 Insurance, paid vacation and holiday, pasture, 3 stall barn, Tac room, Garner retirement plan Apply in person only Rd Alvaton. Angle - (404) 831-4195, App ca onsw be a enonTuesday, CHALYBEATE SPRINGS METHODIST h t= ~11 t k Bobby (404) 831-2530, Mary (404) 767- CHURCH - Hwy 190 Dec 4 & 5 8a m -December 8, from 8 a.m. until 4:30 2795. (122 9p) 100-2 until. Rain or shine. (12:2p) 400 p.m. at the office of McCoy Grading located at 450 Callaway, Rd HOGANSVlLLE- Mobile home for rent. YARD SALE Lots of odds and ends ;"-, ~2 o,~ 7,v~ 1 (770) 755-6490. (12:2, 9, 16, 23p) 100- household items, clothes, great bargains. 2 Sat. Dec. 5th. 8 a.m. - until. 12251 Hwy 85 HOUSE FOR RENT - 524 Oconee North, Woodbury. (12:2p)400 . Street, Manchester. 2 bedrooms, $425 .~ . ~ ~ mo -1 mo rent, 1 roD. security. (706) 672-0005. (12:2p) 100-2 2BR/1 BATH GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD - Pine Mountain, HOME OWNERS - Save 20 Yo - 50 $450month.(706)663-9184,(706)523- ~ i~l~l~l~l~l~l~,r o '/o on your utility bill (706) 668-7477. 2184. (t2:2, 9p) 100-2 (12:2p) 800 FOR SALE - Dutch West Wood burning FOR RENT-3BR/2Bath, carl)off; back stove catalypt equipped with owners guide - ol "7 F~K ~zl ~ ~1 ~ ~ :- ~- porch, like brand new, c0uplesonlyih .$475. (706) 663-7605. (12:2, 9p) 500 I "-'~ ,~,u ~v u a, ;t Manchester City Limits. $650 i:~er month. ]to ~ln~S~ ~ [i~ ~ ~[ (706) 655-2207.(12:2,9p)100-2 AKINGPILLOWTOP'Mattress&b xset' I Y t i r (NEW) in plastic, $235 with warranty, must I ' " ' " sell, (706) 566-4517, ca6 deliver (12:2p) | 5oo I [a ].: 3051 R,)o l 6 PC CHERRY HARDWOOD BEDROOM l I- Man -h ie" 3 SET - English dovetail drawers, new in I ~ to la~ " ~" ' ' boxes, cherty finish, $790, (708) 566-4517. I o to ].u N. HARRIS CO. $550 MO: 3 BR, 2 BA (12:2p) 500 1 mobile home. Private peaceful area, 1 I mofreew/12molease. Pat Rowe (706) AMICROFIBERLIVINGROOMSET-New! I ~a}: "~'06.8,[6.2,~0(~ 628-5366. Land, Inc. (706) 322-1683 Lifetime warranty! $575 Delivery available. | (12:2; 9p) 100-3 . (706) 566-4517. (12:2p) 500 I ,- ~) 300 I 100% BONDED LEATHER SOFA & LOVE I SEAT- New with lifetime warranty, solid oak I - - !l[~/ inc. I frame, stillinpackage,$775,(706)566-4517. |t,lllal: st tr:nl',r- ~s ~ra~er~Sl(~:~ ' ~ ,r a~ II C ~, ~,a~s~ ~i, d~ ~ ~' ~ ~ Advertise t nt erne :.c CHRISTMAS ficial (l ks real' pre'lit with tiny white1 Today II lights: 10 ft tall, georgious. Original pdce Buy Sell and Trade in the Class~fledsllt tll already changed, son with a region record of girls starting at 6 p.m fol- A schedule of the 10-9 andan overall record of lowedbytheboysat7:30p.m.; estling events was not 16-13. They will be looking to and a, ailable at press time but improve. Saturday, Dec. 19, will be featured when made Callaway Invitational, sched- available. LOOKING ahead, thebas- tiled games to be announced. ketball teams will see action: Reaching the third round THOUGH some scrim- Tuesday, Dec. 8, at of theplayoffs, the Cavalier mages and practice games Manchester with the "girls football team has set a very had already been held, bas- starting at 6 p.m followed by high mark for other Callaway ketball season for Callaway the boys at 7:30 p.m.; High School sports programs High School officially begins Friday, Dec.ll, at Lamar to match, or exceed Pike: Big Loss to GI 'eenville i threw the ball to David can be purchased at " advanced it to the one on Rutledge in the endzone.Clemens and Co Art Gallery first down. Hogansville Richard Amey defended Books in Hogansville or scored on the next play, but and Rutledge was unable to by calling 706-977-3003. an illegal procedure penal- make the reception. "Green Pride" makes an ty nullified the score and The clock expired on the excellent Christmas gift for ! moved the ball back to the play and Hogansville had to fans of the Hogansville six with 19 seconds show- endure their sixth heart-Greenwave. ing. breaking playoff loss of the 1970s. HOGANSVILLE, though out of timeouts, seemed to have plenty of Attention Greenwave Cavaliers time to throw a pass and, if fansl Anyone wanting a unsuccessful, kick a short DVD of the 1970 On a s'-Feat game-winning field goal. Hogansville Greenwave The clock, however, versus Harris County game started when the referee set should call Todd Pike at 706-season ! the ball, not on the snap. The 977-3003. ball was snapped at eight We are all seconds and Rhodes was quickly under pressure. He Todd Pike is the author scrambled around and of "Green Pride". Copies proud of you! Call 706.846.3188 to get your class ad in before noon on Monday. Mail: 3051 Roosevelt Hwy, Manchester, GA. 31816 Fax: 706.846.2206 Phone: 706.846.3188 E-marl: starmer- curyclassifieds@char- terinternet.com