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HOG&SVmt Hot NEWS - THc RSDAY, APRIL 25, 2002 PA(;E 3-A I'n 2oact ml aloJ s to t.h a inNo' '.it ;ht, It v ,eighs gl ;, whc - Area students earning honors at the State University High School Art Exhibition (L-R) Ivy Moesner, Whit Costley, Yvette Yoon 1. Georgia's Bi[;gestYard Sale Saturday, April 27 & Sunday; April 28 Indoors/Rain or Shine/(3imate Contrail :d Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 ).m. Sat. a.m. - 4 ).m. Sun. Over 200 families selling good, uscfhl ,ard sale items!!!!t Furniture, Ap 3liances, lbols l.uggage, Dishes, l)ols & Pans, Pictures, [am 3s, Yard Furniture Mowers, Jillers, Hand Jools. Old Jewcrl) Old Antk tie Stuff, Baby hems, and Thouds and Thousands more ..... THIS IS TItE BIGGES3" AND BLST gXR[) SAI.I EVER AT THE PO. lf',ou love a bargain or a ! rear deal, (OU )ON'J WANT T() MISS "I'HIS YARD ;AI. [!!! Alimission '"' WELL -Local artists who received praise at Show for Troup County included (L-R, nt) Katie Alien, Ivy Moesner, Kelli Benefield; (Back) helle Drake, John Johnson and Tatondra Moton. satl ddhe - Showing their,atai  in:: District Congressional Art Competition Y students (L-R, Front) Kimberly Williamson, ad nrla Se _. df ymour; (Back) Hunt, Jessica Smith vm: n Mre" Ashley loyed! ' ! )re ) was lal ed. a 1 Councils Meet council meet- May 8, '.m., school media cen- Elementary School, Tuesday, May 7, 6.' p.m: sctol media center, Callaway Middle School, Wednesday, May 7, 430 p.m., school media center, Callaway High School, Monday, MaY 6, 6:00 p.m., school media center. Pike, Walter Mr. and Mrs. Don . I-lodge, Richard Michael Reynolds, Mr. Mrs. John Gaddy, 27 Freeman, Cory Ibbie Able, Crews, Kencdl , Leslie Pye, Mr. and ,; and Mrs. Scott 'ble, Mr. and Mrs. 29 Bryan Starling, Chad Spradlin, Christa Evans, Christopher Drake, Courtney Maxwell, Sandy Shaw, Zaclry Max',tl. Jim Sherman, Lawrence Thompson, Lena Drake, Scott McDaniel, Thomas Dalton Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. Benny dohmmn, anniversary. Mayl Greg Morris, KaraJine Howell, lmar Reynolds,Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bass, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vinyard, anniver- ry. 0021aoir to Present %vo Performances The Sons of Lafayette Male Choir will present two per- formances of their spring concert at First Presbyterian Church - a Sunday afternoon, April 28, performance at 3:30 and a Monday evening, April 29, performance at 7:30. Tickets are available in advance for $5 from the Hill Street House, the Lafayette Society for Performing Arts office, and the First Presbyterian Church office. Tickets will be available at the door for $7. Coming off a very successful first season, the Sons of Lafayette Male Choir will perform American and European folk songs, cowboy songs, spirituals, patriotic songs, 50's songs, and show tunes. This year's concert will include a combo that will accom- pany the set of songs from the 50's, a harmonica player for the cowboy songs, and a fiddle and string bass for a set of American folk songs. A favorite selection of the group is the Russian folk song Kalinka, which features Ed Biggs, tenor soloist. Jim Short, originally from Scotland, will be the featured soloist on the Scottish folk song, Skye Boat Song. Tickets are available from members of the Sons of Lafayette Male Choir and from The Hill Street House, the Lafayette Society for Performing Arts office, and the First Presbyterian Church office. t,00La_mG00 Expo enter 299 Commerce Ave., US HWY. 29 (OLD WAL-MART BLDG.) LaGrangGA (706) 884-2500 i LI !111 ! ! N New Hours After April 30th. Hours will be a following Monday, Thursday Friday & Saturday 9a.m. - 5:30p.m. Closed Tuesday & Wednesday mansour's GETTIN' READY 5% sportswear for kids Save on selected red-lined sportswear for infants, toddlers, girls 4-14 and boys 4-20. 30-50% OFF kids casualwear & swimwear Selected famous maker sportswear and swimwear for infants, toddlers, girls 4-16 and boys 4-20. 30-50% OFF kids shoes A great selection of casual shoes and sandals from Mia, Mootsies Tootsies, Stride Rite, Nina, Timberland and others!