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PAGE 2 - HOGANSVlLLE HOME N,ws - APRIL 13, 2000 Hogansville Elementary Recipient Of Bellsouth Pioneers Computer The Georgia Chapter of the Bellsouth Telephone Pioneers presented a Brainchild comput- er to Hogansville Elementary School on Friday, March 24, 2000 at the Ramada Inn in IGrange. The Brainchild is a lap top computer that can be kept in the school library and checked out by teachers and parents to aid the students in many valuable areas, such as preparing for the ITBS tests. Mr. Jody Hale, assistant prin- cipai at Hogansville Elementary, was presented the computer by Jeff Oliver of Phillip Olive Association/Brainchild Company who produce the computer The Telephone Pioneers do many worthwhile projects, but their main focus is on education. The Tri-City Council, which is the local council for the LaGrange, Newnan and Carrollton areas, has worked diligently with Hogansville Elementary in dif- ferent areas of education. Junior Achievement has been conduct- ed in the 3rd, 4th and 5th grade classes. "I Like Me" books were pre- sented to the kindergarten class- es, and a safety talk was given to the 1st grade classes and they were presented with Buckles the Safety Bear, BUILDING YOUR DREAM HOME IS AS EASY AS ,,, Come In & Pre-Qualify with Angela Pace ! . Let our sales Staff find the right LENDER fory0u .,. PICK A PLAN & SELECT YOUR FEATURES! (One Stop & Shop-Make all of your selections from our Showroom! IT'S THAT EA S W For qualified Applicants potential 100% Financing through FHA/Nehemiah--NO MONEY DOWN-NO CLOSING COSTS! Come on in today and let Angela Pace walk you through these Easy Steps to building your DREAM HOME. We have over 100 plans to choose from with base prices starting in the 50's. * ALL CREDIT CONSIDERED, EVEN BANKRUPTCY *SITE BUILT BOARD BY BOARD *NO MONEY DOWN TO QUALIFIED LANDOWNERS *BUILD ONYOUR LAND OR PICK A LOT & ROLL OVER INTO YOUR MORTGAGE *CALL ANGELA PACE AT 883-3475 TODAY DAN-RIC HOMES 89 DURAND ROAD, LAGRANGE 706-882-7773 OR 800-741-2512 EXT 204 ON GROUNDHOG DAY the Pioneers observed Job Shadowing by escorting some of the 4th graders to city hall where they were given a tour and the city manager explained how city government works. In April there will be a work- shop conducted for parents to get more ideas of how to better help their children with homework and how to instill permanent Latter Rain will perform at Hoofer's Gospel Barn on Saturday evening, April 15 on in LaGrange. Shows begin at 7 p.m. The world famous restaurant will be open, along bar. study habitsintotheirchildren. Call y Middl S h 1 H or ThisiscalledPA.S.S.-Parents awa e C OO on Assuring Student Success. Shelby .... White, council president for Tri- The following students were Rosser, Shantreze Russell, Thrower, Tene'.shlS[ m! City Council, told me, "We just honored at Callaway Middle Martin Smith, Lashae Stoddard, Amber Watkins, TLq can't thank Mr, Hale and the School for the third nine weeks Cartez Strozier, Kennon Toney and Chris Winford. !] e whole staff at Hogansville period: and Ashley Williams. Elementary enough for their cooperation and support in our projects. They allow us into the school and are just great people to work with. This computer is just a small token of our appre- ciation to all of them." Hogansville Elementary Receives Books The kindergarten classes of Hogansville Elementary School were recipients of "I Like Me" books, which are personalized for each student to encourage them to learn to read. Presenting the books were members of the Tri- City council of Bell South Telephone Pioneera Imogene Murphy, LaVerne Mallory, Joyce Brown, Shelly White, Sue Woffored, and Fran McNair. Mayfield -- William Furniture Outlet & Consignment Store NEW, 202 Broome Street Downtown LaGrange (706) 882-3359 '12enuy Used", GRAND OPENING SALE APRIL 13TH - 15TH llH00DAY & FRIDAY,10:00 AM - 5:30 PM SATURDAY 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM ' Mayfield --Williams Home Furnishings, Inc. announces the opening of a NEW furniture outlet and consignment store located just around the corner from our main store on Bull Street! Lane Recliners as low as +298. !.  Lane 30off aLLBe, Uling., ww..i.(/;i.i;,_i!;,:i+.:+. .-- ,+: :i'::' 6th GRADE 7TH GRADE Principal's List Principal's List Savannah Beall, Hollie Jasmine Barone, Tammy Benefield, Brittney Bishop, Barrett, Kelli Benefield. Jamie Kristin Crowe, Scott Delong, Browning, Sam Bruggeman, Kendall Dukes, Allison Hall, Byron Carter, Holly Hendrix, Holly Hazelwood, Brittany Cordera Jennings, Siman Jyot, Johnson, Ida Jones, Jeevna Kaur, Christopher Lowe, Breanne Carson Keith, Sandy Lowe, Matheny, Sarah McKibben, Tearria Mitchell, Diana Sargent, Sylvia Millen, Jeremy Murphy, Lora smith, Tiffany Thompson, Tara Ormsby, Brandi Sharman, and KaitlynWearden. Chris Skipper, Isiah Stephen, Nick Suddath and To.ny A/B Honor Roll Williams. Lindsey Allen, Jessica Alsobrook, Charlie Alvarez, Andrea Andrews, Whittney Barnum, Marry Bonner, Jake Brantley, Kristin Brown, Shanice Brown, Ashley Butler, Sammy Calhoun, Desera Carter, Tabitha Chaffin, Jana Coleman, Ariel Cook, Amanda Costley, Raymond Couch, Josh Crews, Gabe Edgin, Amber Ellis, Allison Eneix, Andrew Gaddy, Shelly Gardner, Martez Grayson, Carla Grief, Leslie Gwaltney, Shannon Gwaltney, StacyHand, Rod Hardy, Valencia Harris, Brandon Langley, Brandon Mabrey, Andrew Manning, Carlenton Martin, Brandy Mathis, Rando'l McRae, Shay Moss, Matt Neighbors, Elizabeth Osborne, Tikela Owens, Kendra Palmer, Shacarra Pickett, Alan Potter, Troy Price, Cassie Pruett, Neshae A/B HONOR ROLL Andrew Alston, Jordan Bailey, Steven Beall, Jessica Booth, Melinda Brock, Jessica Brown, India Cameron, Alicia Colton, 'Chalencia Copeland, Ashley Daniel, Tabitha Dansby, Brittney Davis, Chelse Farmer, Jennifer Franklin, Lacelta Freeman, Ginger Gaddy, Ryan Gatens, Lisa Grieves, Seth Hamer, Adrian Harem, Krystle Heflin, Brent Hester, Andrea Hopson, Kim Hutchins, Dominique Jackson, Paul Keith, Stuart Lee, Jessica Leftwich, D'Lisa McCann, Ariel McIntyre, Jennie :J!tcl! Latasha Mitchell, Jessica Mosley, Brittney Perdue, David Phillips, Jeremy Pike, Courtney Rhodes, Jessica Scott, Amanda Smith, Ashley Strozier, Brittany Ware Contributes $500,000 to BYU Holland M. Ware, of Hogansville, has contributed $500,000 to Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, to fund scholarships for graduate stu- dents in religious education and for students studying violin per- formance in the School of Music. Ware describes himself as a "very patient tree farmer" with wide educational interests. In the past he has focused on cancer research, and in recent years has become a dedicated advocate of strong moral principles and val- ues in education. He mentioned that BYU is one of a few institutions of higher edu- cation with a strong emphasis on religious education. "I'm impressed with the standards this school maintains and its mission of teaching virtue and morals in all aspects of its academic pro- grams," he said. "I'm particularly interested in BYU's moral and religious val- ues and its reputation as an aca- demic institution. My interest is in helping studyings who want to become religion teachers and who can be examples of the prin- ciples they have acquired at BYU," Ware said. generosity shown in making it possible for some of our students who demonstrate extraordinary teaching ability to receive the financial help they need to pur- sue graduate degrees in religious education. We appreciate Mr. Ware's acknowledgement, through his gift, of the value of religious education in today's society." The new scholarship in violin studies will assist students who otherwise could not attend BYU. "I'd like them to be able to explore music as deeply as they want, whether as a career, or just for a deeper appreciation of it," Ware explained. "We're very grateful for Mr. Ware's establishment of scholar- ship in violin studies at BYU," said David M. Randall, director of the School of Music. "There are always more students who are deserving of financial aid than we have resources to help, so this generous gift is very welcome and appreciated. It will be of great value to our violin pro- gram." IN ACKNOWLEDGING the scholarship, Robert L. Millet, dean of religion education, said, "I am extremely grateful for the Corinth United Methodist Bake Sale Saturday Corinth United Methodist is having a bake sale and flea mar- ket Saturday, April 15 at the church from 9-?. 8TH GRADE , l Principal's List . Jeffrey Alberl, Aldrich, Philip Be Bruce, Mallory Buc Cannon, Amber !i  Stephenie Cotter, t Destefano, Andrew I Head, Amanda Kni Knight, Joseph LanC Lee, Britney Mathea Melton, Diedre Swhad Thompson. A/B HONOR ROLL Jenna Barinfi Barrett, David Bist .Boggs, Ashley BroWt Brown, TerreU BroWl] Brown, Diadre CalhoU Campbell, Brent Kayecea Chandler, r Chaplin, Whit CoSt Dixon, Lena Drak Dukes, Tareva Gri- Herren, Clay He Hildebrant, Joseph H Holli, Erin Hooteni Howard,Becky Jones Keeble, Alisha Kenne Lapinski, HoUe ath Clantwan Martin, Martin, Karl Martin+, McCurty, Natasha '! Angelina Mitchell, Mitchell, Tyunesha Ma Moore, Tamarquis Jennifer Nguyen, Jerl Angel Phillips, Koria Hanna Seymour,. Stargill, Ben Stein, Visbal, Lindsay We Williams and Joel Will ! HOOFERS & 5outhern G Friday, April 14 3 =or 1, Jamie Lain Smith, Duet, in 5wed fitephanie & Aehley Saturday, ApI g, ONNIE HIN50 Nw HINSON ' REEMAN5 # . MAcI^ HE Shows start a 1 . For More Info, or to 706- 885-930 t-800-844-6' Fax: 706-883- www. hoofers.CO 3472 H0ganill It (Hj.29) IJ HORNSBY'S FORMAl 6 East Lafayette Sq., Downtown LaGrange (706) 882-0230 i j Prom Special Tuxedo Rental START AT....