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HoGANsvII2~ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2004 PAGE 3-A OF WINNERS - The competition was friendly as well as intense at the annual Olympics held at the Hogansville Senior Center. levers Seniors Enjoy Annual Golden Olympics Hogansville Senior Center had its Olympics a'~ the Hogansville School on Wednesday, May 5. flag corps from the Troup County Department opened the olympics presentation of the flag and the Anthem by Emory Drinkard of The Pilot Club of Hogansvflle pro- lunch for about 125 seniors from Grantville and Newnan senior For the softball event the women g4nners were Gerilene Clemons, Bea Littlefield and Frances Robinson; the male winners were Elmer Williams and Henry Nelloms. John Calaway won the checkers tourna- ment. The dominoes winners were Eula Bolton, Lella W'flliams, Etta Bennett and Carl Bennett. Richard Exner and Virginia Holland were the g~aners of the sequence event. There was first, second and third place age group and there was three age in each event in mens and women's. :ournament was held on Monday f Club on H~W 29. Each r Ralph and Todd Pike let the seniors use golf course. Tommy Thrower was in and we were so lucky to have such a the tournament. In the horseshoes event, the women win- s Were Gerilene Clemons, Bea Littlefield Emma Daniel; and for the men, Elmer Thomas Kee were the ~4rmers. Laura Goddard, Margaret Rogers and Emma Daniel were the women winners of the frisbee toss, as was Alan Jones and George Pitts for the men. In Clock Golf, Jenette Hines, Annie Newson and Margie Gordon won for the ladies, and the men saw Wendell Waggoner and Elmer Williams in the winner's circle. Mildred Crawford won the hole in one com- petition. Gerilene Clemons and Lorraine Jabaley won the women's basketball and Elmer Williams won it for the men. Classified Bargains, 7-9A ~,~ America's Home Place NOW FOR $3,000 OFFI Wilh Phone illlplicatien 1505 LaFayette Palkway, LaGrange 706-884-2444 wwwlericasHemePlace.com I ,._J America's Home Place Oo you dream of working with your firm's Pursue your dreams by studying French or German this summer at LaGrange College. Summer session I : June 3 - July 7 q /0 d r ",0 ;; ~r Session I1: July 9 - August 12 !;~:(~rr r :] ":E:rrr~r i ?,'f:'r~J ._ ;",? ,'," (. :, r~ F~r F'NC t'F~ ~r~f,rrr-~f r~ rr r'~'-~ft the ~eDr_r . Of Lair; ~xrr e_ (~:r. ! Jd;~e: