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AGI O-A i1 > .\\;SVIIJ,E HOME NEWS -THURSDA%, I' EB. 1, z002 Middle Sclhoolers Earn Honors The following students were honored at Callaway Middle School for the second nine weeks: Sixth Grade Principal's List Jason Allen, Naomai Brigety, Natalie Brown, Ashley Bullock, Bridget Burns, Tina Campbell, Hector Castillo, Sarah Cook, Caitlin Czarnonycz, Chris Denney, Cason Dremann, Maggie Dukes, Laura Griggs, Gus Hale, Heather Heath, Scarlett Horne, Samantha Jones, Malcolm I,eath. Scott Lester, Kim Mathews, Anjanette McDowell, Kenyatta Miller, Shane Powell, Ashlee Sharpe, Jake Stephens, Clay Stribling, Jonathan Varner, Pamela Wardrip, Carmen Wheelus, Christen Wheelus, William Whisnant, Drew Williamson, Matthew Willoughby, Brandon Wright and Mara Zachary. A/B Honor Roll 00$,Dollar Day_s0000 Sale Prices Throughout The Store! Sale Ends Saturday, Feb. 16 ' Also mw in stock: Fruit Trees (including Blueberry) .79 Flowering Trees (including Crepe Myrtle & Cherry) Pecan Trees VAN'S HARDWARE & Farm Supply 61 Industrial Rd., Hogansville (706) 637-6263 LPN's and CPA's Put your caring ways to work in a world where your decisions count,your patients appreciate you, and you can use your leadership skills to advance your career. Competitive Wages Excellent 100% Company Paid Benefit Package Health, Dental, Life Insurance, Prescription Card, Retirement Plan, Scholarship Opportunities. OAK VIEW HOME 706-582-2117 Proud To Be Drug Free i Jaylar Anderson, Trey Lashawn Lee, O'Brian Barintine, Raven Bass, Lockhart, Carmen Leper, Shant6 Brewer, William Katie Martin, Shantranez Briggs, Breanna Brooks, ays, April McClurg, Lisa ChassidyBrown, KimBrown, Meredith, Jessica Myers, Meagan Brown, Brittany Butler, Dominique Colton, Jami Cox, Dylan Daley, Antron Dallis, Ashlee Davidson, Jordez Davidson, Taneika Douglas, Hannah Everhart, Amber Freeman, Heather French, Roger Gardenhire, Lakeisha Gates, Kendra Hall, Hannah Harris, Justin Heard, Christie Holley, Rita Hollis, Bonnie Humphries, Casey Jones, Cynthia Jones, Dianne Jordan, Lance Keith, Dawn Manning, Sherard McCurty, Kassie McIntyre, Kasey Merna, Ebony Moss, Brandon Myers, Tom Nguyen, Seth Olson, Chris O'Neal, Eric Parker, Trent Perdue, Abraham Phillips, Kevin Pike, Eric Rolland, Angel Scott, Andrew Shaw, Courtney Sherman, Diamond Smith, Andrew Stargill, Emily Stein, Eric Stroud, Kimberly Thompson, Isha Thornton, Jasmina Thornton, Latasha Ihcker, KeUie .White, Ashley Wright, and Sarah Youngblood. Seventh Grade Principal's List Craig Cato, Alli Dickerson, Calvinetta Ellis, Justin Evans, Hillary Everhart, Jessica Gowen, Clara Hart, Courtney Laye, Julie Maltese, Martina Norris, Julie Schaper, Luke Walls, Nicole Wilkins, and Josh Williams. A/B Honor Roll Justine Alldredge, Rebecca Bass, Adam Boswell, Eric Bowen, Celeste Burke, Valorie Burke, Mikki Burns, Andrew CalJaway, Wesley Corley, Michael Daniel, Wesley Davis, Deborah Duke, Bo Foster, Lauren Gaddy, Jeannette Garcia, Glenn Garrett, Kamaro Geter, Timerian Gilbert, Rencina Green, Jordan Griggs, Sara Hamer, Keyonta Harris, Diana Hayes, Dereck Haynes, Labridgett Heard, Jaleesa Holloway, Dee Hunter, Sierra Hurston, Ashley Hutchins, Fanchon Huzzie, Jaminka Johnson, Ericka Lankford, Jasmine Parker, Michelle Ramsey, Jessica Reeves, Bryan Reynolds, Crystal Rice, Yeager Shells, Mohena Singh, Alyssa Smith, Sarah Beth Snider, Jennifer Spradlin, Meagan Stargell, Brooke Stephenson, Blake Taylor, Angel Tullos, Justin Walker, Dustin Ward, Trisha Watkins, Jordan Wearden, Kristal Whatley, Matthew VTnite, and Lacy Williams. Eighth Grade Principal's List Lindsey Allen, Savannah Beall, Brittney Bishop, Amanda Bradley, Heather Bradley, Jake Brantley, Chris Doyle, Stephen Duraski, Carla Grief, Allison Hall, Brittany Johnson, Elizabeth Osborn, Diana Sargent, Yashesh Shah, and Kaitlyn Wearden. A/B Honor Roll Brandon Adams, Jonathan Allen, Andrea Andrews, Hollie Benefield, Jason Boatman, Marty Banner, Justin Bray, Kristin Brown, Shanice Brown, Ashley Butler, Tabitha Chaff in, Janice Coleman, Sarah Cook, Raymond Couch, Kristin Crowe, Matt Gaddy, Shelly Gardner, Jonathan Gianangeli, Leslie Gwaltney, Shannon Gwaltney, Stacy Hand, Holly Hazelwood, Jasmine Hildebrant, Portia Hill, Jan Hosey, Ida Jones, J.R. Kennedy, Rebecca Martin, Alex Mathews, Shay Moss, Brad Nixon, Cassie Pruett, Ashley Railey, Neshae Rosser, Shantreze Russell, Martin Smith, Lora Smith, Tiffany Thompson, and Ashley Ann Williams. PeachState Furniture Complete Bedroom Set Headboard, Dresser, Mirror, Ches t , Night Stand & Bed Frame *1249 Complete Bedroom Set Headboard, Footboard, Wood Rails, Dresser, Mirror, Chest, Night Stand s1399 Leather Sofas 0;',565 BUNK BEDS Complete Sets 0ncludlng Mattresses) *337 :: ? :' 5 Colors i , BLACK. BLUE   PINK RED WHITE Twin  Headboards 2 Tubing *20 5 Pc. Dinettes Recliners Metal Beda-Queen Size Computer Desks Oak or Cherry Hall Trees Cherry Plant Stands Starting At $179.00 Starting At 8229.00 Starting At 895.00 Starting At $249.00 Only $12.88 Only $17.50 Glider Rocker Recliners Chlro Classic Pillowtop Queen Size 2 Piece Set SLATED - Among the per- formers will be Michael Parent, a Juggler, storyteller, musician a n d mimic, Parent has been called "a festival in himseff." Storytelling Festival Scheduled March 1-3 Stories that will send a chill down your spine, make you double over with laughter or bring a tear to your eye will be shared at the 6th annual Azalea Storytelling Festival March 1-3 at LaGrange College's Callaway Auditorium. Winner of the National Storytelling Membership Association Leadership Award, the festival has attract- ed an audience from around the Southeast. This year's presentation will feature nationally acclaimed tellers with stories from the past and present. Six storytellers will take to the Azalea stage to captivate audiences with their tales and talents. The Azalea Storytelling Festival begins on Friday, March 1, with registration at 5:30 p.m. A light supper (pre-registration required) and storytelling sampler begin a 6 p.m. On Saturday, March 2, registration begins at a.m. Saturday's first concert begins at 10 a.m. and fea- tures national storytellers Ed Stivender, Mary and Michael Parent. After a break for lunch from noon to 2 p.m. lunches available), close-up sessions with the tellers begin at 2 p.m. An afternoon concert, featurin Cynthia Watts, Eric Litwin and Betty Ann Wylie begins at 3:30. The evening concert begins at 7:30. On Sunday, March 3, the day begins fee, donuts and entertainment at 9 a.m. Tickets for the event are $30 for the full val ($15 for students), $15 for Friday night ($7.50 students), $20 for all day Saturday ($10 for students), $5 for the Saturday morning or afternoon concerts for students) and $10 for the Saturday evening event ($5 for students). Sunday morning sessions are free. Investigators Seeking Public's Troup County investigators are asking for your help in solving the theft of a 2001 Honda XR 100R motorcycle, red and white in color with a value of $2800.Q0. According to the Owner, the motorcycle was taken from 2770 Mountvflle Hogansville Road sometime between January 24th and January 29th. Your help is also needed in locating the following person. Steven Lyle Avery is want- ed by sheriff's investigators on charges of child molestation. Avery is described as a white male, 33 years old, 6 feet tall, weigh- ing 205 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes. Anyone with information about these or any crimes is asked to please call Crime Stoppers at 812-1000. Chamber Breakfast Set for Feb. 19 The February 19th Chamber of Commerce breakfast at Events on Main will feature Greg Lauderman as the keynote speaker. Mr. Lauderman develops and deliv- ers IT-based economic development solutions as part of the Georgia Tech TechSmart team. Reservations for the breakfast are still available by calling your Chamber of Commerce at 884-8671. Tickets are $9.00 for members and $10.00 for non-members. A/mond Comp/etes Bas/c Tra/n/ng Marine Corps Pvt. Sean C. Almond, son of Shirley E. Almond of Hogansville, recent- ly completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Paris Island, S.C. Almond suc- cessfully completed 12 weeks of training designed, to challenge new Marine recruits both physically and mentally. Almond and fellow recruits began their training at 5 a.m., by running three miles and performing calisthenics. In addftiS physical conditioning program, he numerous hours in classroom and field. ments which included learning first aid, form regulations, combat water marksmanship, hand-to-hand combat assorted weapons training. close order drill and operated as a infantry unit during field training. Almond is a 2001 graduate of Troup Sheriff Issues Warrants  Troup County Sheriff Donn3 that warrants have been issued County man after he attempted to run officers on Plum Tree Drive. According! Sheriff Turner, drug agents went to Tree Drive (the site of a previous drug after receiving were making metb_amp investigators arrived, they drove by the idence and smelled a strong chemical They saw Joey Shane McClendon Amy Lm Hill get into a white Ford Investigators attempted to stop the but McClendon sped to Tree Drive where he was blocked in by undercover vehicle. McClendon lammed undercover vehicle at least six times finally went around it and attempted to over Sgt. Rick White and Gaddy. Sgt. White fired at the vehicle, out two tires on the Escort. When the came to rest, McClendon fled the scene i foot but the passenger, Amy Lynn Hill of Plum Tree Drive was taken into custody charged with criminal attempt to ture methamphetamine. *299 Bassett * Benchcraft • Coaster * England • Franklin * Lane • Loving Care • Pulaski * Standard • Universal * Vanghn Bassett * And Much More )r classes Classes begin March 4 Call 880-8021 to learn more. m 1 l00u00aCnhthStumrte within 25 miles for purchase over CONVENIENT HOURS: Monday - Friday 9-6 • Saturday 9 to 5 • LAYAWAY AVAILABLE • Credit always welcome! III 701 4TH AVE . WEST (706) £00$$-1338