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May 24, 2001

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HOGANSVILLE HoE NEWS - MAY 24, 2001 00PLOST Plan Fair To All; re&apos;ll Benefit from Visitors EDITOR: As a concerned citizen of Troup County, I am I favor of and support wholeheartedly the Special Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST). It is fair consumers living in our community share a.the responsibility of generating funds to support Dgram, thereby not leave this burden solely ., owners. They can do this if a sales tax a! :Dyed by the voters. Also, the county will from visitors who spend money here. I hardly see where anyone will miss two cents. ,e many immature and irresponsible per- out there throwing away pennies. I was always taught "A penny saved is a penny Let them put those coins to better use for good of the community, rather than "tossing the streets or grounds. We are long overdue for a new and modernized which vail provide as well as improved security. We need a centralized government center for ........ II Readers Respon, t Troup County. All citizens (kids of all ages) will benefit from some phase of the program. The EYZs (those of us with extra years of zest) can benefit from SPLOST in many ways including the walking trails and other aspects of the program. Think of the many advantages our children and youth will gain from the improvements to be made. Personally, I will not miss the one cent that we are already paying for the schools, and on September 18th, I will vote yes to continue it for an additional 60 months, and will vote yes to add another penny for the government and parks/recre- ational. IDA JONES PAGE ++t PET PROJECT - A Rabies Clinic will be held at the Hogansaville Elementary School this Saturday M from 9 a.m. until noon. BUIL I YOUR OWN LOll or we will find you land Finandng options induding FHA Quality name brand material Custom cabinets throughout Energy effident construction Plans from 900 to 2800 square feet Jacuzzi tubs Central heat & air Vaulted ceilings "25 years experience :! 1505 e lgkway (706) 884-2444 Byen Geter FLOWING WITH PRAISE - On behalf of the City of Hogansville, Mayor Wilson St. Clair honors Ran P. Hill, of the Hogansville Water Department, with a plaque after being named ='I'OP-OF  operator of the Year by GW&PCA District 4. to Say, 'Happy Birthday This week will mark a num- r of birthdays and anniver-  for Hogansville people. ay 24 Chase Freeman, Colby man, Grace Duffey, Leslie nUiamson, Stephen Boatman. ay 2s x McCurdy, Tiffany Smith, Cash, Robin and Richie Bowles, anniversary. May 26 Jack Leverett, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Arrington, anniversary. May 27 Brent Fuller, Dwayne Barber, Jessica Chipman, Missy Hammett. May 28 Ellen Tiffany, Wynette Cook, C.V. Duffey, Grace Neese, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stephens, anniver- sary. May 29 Phyllis Wegienka. May30 BiIly Lott, Helen Terrell, Hilton adam, Jody McDaniel, Kristin Pittman, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Davis, anniversary. , A ER, Y Huge Discounts up to Off S .=TS - Begonias-Angel wing Impatients - Wave Petunias ; -reg. 9.95 Now *7.95 i PLANTS Perennials waterlillies, cannas Qt. size Reg. 3.95 cattails and manymore Now SZ 95 inow available. " H I I II II I I III I I I I L llllllllll I :  ,  " I Bird Baths i v Aj: _( j: ocal Woman on Dean s Ltst + ,  Elizabeth Ann Lobello has been named to the of Evans, and her grandparents re Willow Heim i B+OnOtO"I I | st*'"'*, | ' , ,' "'SIastat Youn HarrisColle einrecognition of Hogansville and Tom Lobello of Jacksonville, []lOf f I I *Chlrrnia *Ha8 *T-Shlr g g . ;r.aCdemic excellence for the 2001 spring semes- Florida. . ' ! 1 I " "hll-time students achieving a 3.5 grade point Young Hams College is an academically selec- erge or better are eligible for the 's List. tive, two-year, liberal arts, residential conege locat, l:' Gal. i Off izabeth is a 2000 graduate of Greenbrier High ed in the north.Georgiamountains, approximately Asst. Colors  !T with coupon I "aL Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Lobello two Fours northeast of Atlanta.  ll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II , SOUNDS UKE FUN - A big Outdoor Gospel Singing will be held ,June 2, 2001 at the home of Walter Purgason at 7040 Corinth-Newnn Road in the Corinth Community. The featured singers will be the Christianairs (pic- tured above), the heavenly Strings (pictured below), Gods Children, God's Light, heaven Bound II, and the Faith Singers. Bring your lawn chairs for an afternoon of fun and fellowship. The singing will start at 3 p.m. Beautiful-Delivered Fresh Daily Bermuda. . . $110 Centipede...$120 Emerald Zoysia... $165 not valid with o dt=coul or gcials -quan d ava//a ! ...... " ..... " - " " ICreate a ! I l BUy One Get One ! I " v .......... I R ', I F EE I Ft,ee I , ,., o,.+ ,0,,.,, I I _o,'./.'-II - m2.m off ! ' "++"'+"++ ++oo,+ _<"... ' ! I tOgs r< I Pamms rass I