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April 12, 2001

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.3 THE KIDS - Hogansville's Mayor Wilson St. Clair proclaimed last week as the "Week of the Young Child" in the city. proclamation stated that children are Georgia's most treasured resource and providing for their safety, health, education and Jre opportunities remains one of our highest priorities. Pictured with Mayor St. Clair (C) are Hogansville Police Chief Hilton Hogansville Investigator Guy Spradlin, Johnny Mae Black, Tammy Ayers, and May Lee Thompson. Students from Kid's Learning Center and Pre-K are Rainey Ayers, Natalie Rainey, Sidney Ward, Cameron Spinks, Karsin Spinks, J.T. Brett Harris and Dalton Ayers; and from HCIA Daycare are Corey Williams, Tazsara Tigner, Jania Smith, Shanteria Nicholas Terrelt, Milexus Towns, Jatia Cameron, Quantavis Anderson, Shabreka Brown and Michael Taylor. Young Musician Thrills At March e "oup Retired Educators Association met Thursday, March 22, at the Highland Country Club in LaGrange with President Larry Musick presid- ing and conducting the business of the Asiation.. Vice President Alonza Ransom introduced special guests Bill Gilbert and Bryan Elliott who presented a program of instrumental music. Bryan, a 15 year-old, self-taught and tal- ented pianist delighted the audi- ence with his ability to play the piano as he combined ragtime, blues, boogie woogie, southern gospel, and classicals for a unique style. ATTENDING THIS meeting were: Alonza Ransom, Larry Musick, Mrs. Jean Crocker, Mrs. Christine Taylor, Mrs. Gall Walsh, Mrs. Doris Ransom, Mrs. Helen Thrash, Mrs. Jean Massie, Mrs. Pauline Smith, Mrs. Carolyn Bean, Mrs. Judy Neighbors, Mrs. Betsy Moultrie, Mrs. Eller tlerbst, Ms. Elizabeth Dix (;ower, Mrs. Edna Kelly, Bette Jabaley, Mrs. Johnson, Jr., Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. Pat Mills, Mrs. Rachel Worrell, Dr. Skelton, Robert Jeffries Harmon, Mrs. Rebecca ALSO, MRS. Thelma Whitq Mrs. Doris Page, Mrs. Heler Rowe, Mrs. Virginia Gunn, Moncus, Mrs. Ruth Johnson Marie Brady, Mrs. Fowler, Mrs. Mary Fanning, Mildred Walker, Mrs. i House, Ms. Margaree Hines, Mrs Mabel M. Wilhite, Mrs. Cheri English, Mrs. Ida Tarver Jones Lewis L. Banks, Algie Parker Robert Waters, Mrs. Tarver Greene, Ralph Johnson Albert Bond, Mrs. Lou Bond, Mrs Ruth Moore, George Moore, Gilbert, and Bryan Elliott. The next scheduled meetin for TREA is April 26. ays Celebrated Our City who's marking a or anniversary in this week. 12 Duffey, Sue Woodfin. 13 Anderson, Mr. and Vern Wegienka, anniver- 14 Cato, Jr., Donna r Hubbard, Kayla Cleveland, Ron Tommy Marciniak, Wegienka, Rebecca Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Spence Fulford, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Noles, anniversary. Apr//16 Brandon J. White, Cameron Askew, John M. Strain, Jr., Melissa Howington, Millicent Griffith. Apt//17 Ethan Howington, Rowena C. Moore, Susan Wade Whitt, , Jack Neese, Mrs. Johnny Moore. I , ): 15 Chad Bussey, Hammett, Kristy April 18 Mr. and Mrs. armiversary. Skeet Kent, of the Mountville met March 19 Program of choral music , the "Moreland com- Sandy Whisnant the visitors from Fayette, Meriwether and Rex,. Dane Wagner, pas- the Mountville and Big United Methodist made arrangements .cumenical a concert of con- music. choral group is directed Bohannon, and accom- by pianist Judy Griffies, Moreland. and families in the included: Betty J. Bohannon, Kate Bohannon with children Robin. Sarah and Jessica, Steve Bohannon, Stanley Cauthen, Jerry and Gearline Eley, Sally Estes, Larry and Judy Griffies, Myron Haynes, Earlene Jackson, Mark Spence, Freddie Vollner, Dane and Marry Wagner, and Emily Wilbert, all of Moreland. Also, Lloyd Groover and Cliff Stapler, of Fayetteville; Clint Ozier of Grantville; Elsie Thaxton of Luthersville; Brenda Cooper, Mike Marchese, David McMichael, Lyle and Muriel Smith, all of Ne,aamn. The devotion was presented by Jodie Newsome, a sophomore at CaUaway High School, and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newsome of Mountville. i i) ii!  throughout the store girls & boys dresswear 25-40% off ladies & kids shoes 25-40% off dresses & suits 25-50% off ladies sportswear 25-60 & off intimate apparel 25-50% off handbags & jewelry 25-50% off menswear* 25-60% off m junior sportswear 25-50% off *0nly available in Columbus. By Bryan Geter STYUNG - Norma Landrum (L) gives Joyce Driver Moy.aVe at the beauty shop at the Hogansvil!e Senior All proceeds go to the center. VISIT US ON THE INTERNET AT wvwN.mansours.com LAGRANGE WEST LAFAYE FrE SQUARE STORE HOURS MON-SAT 10AM-7PM SUN 1-6PM CALL TOLL-FREE 1-800-894-0828 FREE GIFT WRAP GOLDEN BONUS 10% DISCOUNT EVERY TUESDAY i SE YOUR MANSOUR'S CARD, VISA, MASTERcARD, DISCOVER OR AMERICAN EXPRESS a