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PAGE 10A -HbGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - APRIL 20, 2(}0{ Retired Teachers Gather The Troup Retired Educators Association met Thursday, April 27 at Ramada Inn. First Vice President Alonza Ransom presided over the meeting. Special guests were Principal Bill Parsons and student Jason Winston from Troup High School who presented a program on "Character Education." Mrs. Beth Daniel, Vision/Hearing Coordinator for Troup County Schools gave brief remarks about the Mass Vision and Hearing Screenings and volunteer requirements. Attending the meeting were: Mrs. Charis English, Mrs. Beth Daniels, Jason Winston, Bill Parsons, Alonza Ransom, Lewis L. Banks, Mrs. Jean Crocker, Mrs. Lorene Byrd, Mrs. Polly Smith, Mrs. Louise Jones, Ms. Elizabeth Dix, Mrs. Grace Hearn, Mrs. Memory Johnson, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, Mrs. Margaret Harry, Mrs. Earline Pierce, Mrs. Glenda Bryant Mrs. Bette Jable; Mrs. Mamye Shackelford, Mrs. Betsy Moultrie, Mrs. Barbara Brown Ed Brown, Mrs. Christine Taylor, Mrs. Thelma H. White, Mrs. Matsy Deal, Mrs. Jena Massie, Mrs. Edna Kelly, Mrs. Helen S. Thrash, Mrs. Alice Norris, Mrs. Gall Walsh, Mrs. Julia Adams, Mrs. Murbes Shepherd, Mrs. Virginia Gunn, Mrs. Helen Rowe, Mrs. Dorothy Fowler, Mrs. Betty Miller, Mrs. Gloria Garrett, Mrs. Marie Brady, Mrs. Ellen Partridge, Mrs. Pat Mills; Also, Ms. Icyphine Jessie, Mrs. Doris Ransom, Mrs. Ida Jones, Mrs. Mildred Hagler, Mrs. Frances Moore, Mrs. Lois Baker, George Baker, Mrs. Lynda Hines, Charles E Hines, Robert Waters, Robert Young, Ms. Mildred Walker, Mrs. Mary Farmings, Ms. Margaree Hines, Mrs. Elease Lynch, Ms. Susie L. Rosser, Mrs. Mabel Wilhite, Mrs. Elese Williams, Ms. Margarett Julian, Mrs. Jarvis ShelJherd, Marion Skelton, Robert Je]Ffries, Robert Dodds Algie Parker, Mrs. Rebecca Nichols, Daves Nichols, Mrs. Ruth Moore, George Moore, Mrs. Marie Arrington, and Mrs. "artha Christopher. rX he next meeting of the I Ass,,ciation will be Thursday, f May 25 at Ramada Inn. Officers for the 2000-2001 Year will be installed, and program on legal matters will be presented. She&apos;s 75 CHARLOTTE LEE of Luthersville, formerly of Hogansville, cele- brated her 75th birth- day at the home of her son4m Ken Gordons farm recently. Peter Johnson of Lone Oak, along with many family and friends, helped her mark the milestone celebration. PhOtographs by: Frances Robinson Correspondent SOME FIFTY RELATIVES AND FRIENDS enjoyed lunch an,-; were from Maryland, Douglasville, Newnan, LaGrange, Green, See School Hogansville Elementary will hold an open house on Sunday, May 7 from 2:00-4:00. With the renovation project winding up this week, the fac- ulty and staff of Hogansville Elementary are eager to show off the new facilities. "We've been waiting a long time for this day," said princi- pal Peggy Smith. "Our building is beautiful and we want to show it off to the community." The last phase of the 2.3 mil- lion dollar project was the audi- torium, where the reception and opening ceremonies for the open house will be held. The entire school, originally built as a high school has been com- pletely refurbished in every way. "Do the right thing b There ts A Let Derek show yo the features that mai a difference in our buildings. (70 .... ( Frances RobtmmnP3mff :unt Sunday at the Robinson farm on the Corinth Road. Guests - Hogansville. <I'AL STRUCTURES ame You Can Trust! the right thing to do - and do it right the first time." 2007 or 1 (800) 304-9271 VETERANS PARKWAY North of the new Lowes) All the pain and grief is over, Every restless tossing passed; I am now at peace forever, Safely home in Heaven at last. Our belated sympathy goes out to the families of Mr. R.T. Clark of Grantville and Mr. Marvin Mitchell, St. of Newnan in their deaths. He was the brother of Mr. Ernest Mitchell and Mr. Jeffrey Mitchell of Grantville. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Marrde Rosser Shuffer of Grantville, formerly of Lone Oak, in her death. Happy anniversary goes out to the following couple: Rev. and Mrs. Emmitt (Janet) Clark on their 9th on May 4. We wish them many, many more! Don forget - May is National Deaf Awareness Month. Get well wishes go Out to: Mrs. Lisa H. Calzidflla of Douglasville, who recently underwent surgery. She is the daughter of the late Mr. Willie Mack Hunter and Mrs. Euniee unter of Grantville. Birthday greetings go out to: Mrs. Cynthia C. Amey, Mrs. Margaret T. Byars, a sister of Mrs. Alice Portress, Rev. G.A. Black, Mr. McKinley Colton, Mr. John L. Grady, Carlos Hardaway, grandson Dorothy Hardaway, Michelle Mr. Grady Dean, Mr. Hines, Ms. Alice Mae Nalls, Alexander and Portress, grandchildren and Mrs. John Henry Portress, Michael grandson of Mrs. Fannie Ms. Gussie L. Parks A. Rosser, Ms. Rutledge, Mrs. Rosa Mr. Lamar Thomas, in of Mrs. Verna Tremesha Childs, ter of Ms. Eva Mae memory of Mrs. Ola Hardaway, Ms. Sally Mrs. Gwendolyn H. and Devontad Jamal son of Ms. Felicia Mr. Curtis Reese. Mr. Takaki Sueyoshi Shobe Sueyoshi of here visiting Mr. Tony of Grantville for a The White Plains Methodist Church, St. invites everyone Pastor's Appreciation Sunday, May 7 at 3:00 guest preacher, Rev. Dean, Jr., along with gregation. Seed for Thought: habit is like a soft to get into but hard to ! of. PUBLIC AUCTION FARM & CONSTRUCTION EQUIP. SAT. MAY 6TH - 10 A.M. CONTENTS OF 2 - 5000 SQ. FT. BLDGS. SOLD ABSOLUTE. TOOLS & HDWARE, T(... '99 HARDEEBILT EQUIP. TRAILER '99 GEHL 5635 SKID HOURS), '99 C & W 6 TON DUMP TRAILER, PRESSURE ON 14 FT TRAILER W/600 GAL TANK, MORE BP EQUIP. & TRAILERS (ALL NEW), BOX BLADES, BOTTOM PLOWS, J.D. 450B DOZIER, GALLON 500 A MOTORGRADER, FORK 20 TON 5TH WHEEL TRAILER, 2 HYD. AUTO LIFTS, '89 SPORTSTER, '88 HARLEY LOWRIDER, MORE... 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