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March 1, 2001     The Hogansville Herald
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I-JOGANSVH.J .t1Oi,r_,., ,(r., v  - .v.L_ ..... , _  , !!, iii!iii ' * "; )i ii I ii GROUP- (L-R) Mrs. Ida Jones, Meredith Grizzle, Dr. George Henry and LaGrange Club President Dan Cook share a moment. 00sstim:lsts, aytst Convene Dr. George Henry and Miss Merideth Grizzle pre- sented the program for the Optimist Club on February 19 held at The Taste of Lemon. Miss Grizzle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grizzle of LaGrange, was the win- ner of the local 2000-2001 essay contest sponsored by Optimist International. She is an eleventh grade student attending LaGrange High School. During the meeting, Miss Grizzle read her winning essay entitled "Are We Losing Our Freedom?" She was awarded a medallion and framed certificate. Her essay will be forwarded for judging on the district level.Dr. Henry presented a program on "LaFayette and Our French Connection." He also spoke about the Hydrangea Festival. Dan Cook is president of the local Optimist Club. IBUILT ON YOUR OWN LOT or we will find you land! Finandng options induding FHA Quality name brand material Custom cabinets throughout Energy effident construction Plans from 900 to 2800 square feet Jacuzzi tubs Vaulted ceilings Central heat & air 25 years experience 1505 LaFayette Parkway LaGrange 1 (7o6) 8s4-2444 s of Schools' Topic Retired Educators Smith, Associate Superintendent for Troup County made an informative powerpoint presentation on and the Status of the Schools in Troup County to the Retired Education Association at Highland Country Club 22, during the regularly scheduled meeting. was introduced by Program Chair/First Vice President, R. Ransom. :k, TREA President presided over the eet- COnducted the business session which included a report the inations Committee. AIgie Parker, Chairman for the foUowing officers to be elected: Ralph . . as president, Mrs. Jean Crocker to serve as 2nd presiaent (membership chairperson), and Robert Jeffries . Ellen Partridge provided gift packs to all in attendance, of the Glad Products Company. SchEsdWin Smith, Associate Superintendent for Troup , made an informative poweq)oint presentation. See the new thovs Bows IhlG POS'I" Srea (706) 846-_1620 * Mancheaer Save on regular and red lined items throughout the store with our Crazy Coupon Book! Standard vendor exclusions apply. Sorry, no adjustments on previously purchased merchandise. Not in conjunction with any other temporary sales.. COUPON BOOK Use "em up for some crazy savings February 27 - March 4 NO, WE HAVEN"r GONE CRAZY... we're CRAZY about you! We have some crazy coupons just for you, because we want you to become a Mansour charge customer. Just apply for a Mansour charge card, get a Crazy Coupon Book and get some really crazy pre-season savings on our collection of new spring fashions, shoes, accessories, and gifts. Crazy Coupon Books are available at the Couesy Center. Tuesday. February 27th- Sunday. March 4th Crazy Book Standard credit restrictions apply. VISIT US ON THE INTERNIET AT www.mansours.com ALBANY MALL COLUMBUS HARMONY PLACE LAGRANGIE * WEST LAJ:AYE'N'E SQUARE MACON NORTHSIDE DRIVE AIJICUSTA * AUGUSTA EXCHANGE CALL TOU,-RREE 1-800-894-0828 USE YOUR MANSOUR'S CARD. VISA. MAETERCARD. DISCOVER OR AMERICAN EXPRESS STORE HOURS MON-SAT IOAM-7PM SUN 1-6PM