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THE FOR ADC 310 24 Offwial Legal Organ, City of Hogansville for Ends 1-5: Chattahoochee the Georgia Watercolor 20th National more information call 882-3267. 5:8:30 a.m.-The 168th Exercises will in the Quadrangle at College. speaker for the event Dr. Louis Sullivan, of Morehouse School Atlanta. more information call Phillips at 812-7236. Ride Across Plmme00 (BRAG) Bicycle Across Georgia-2,500 will be gathering in to begin their 20th bicycle ride across will be many events Place in downtown and on LaGrange Campus. further information Call the Chamber of at 706-884-8671.. Board to Thursday Chattahoochee-Flint Center 0f Directors will meet May 27 at 6 p.m. at headquarters in 1 include reg- items. Meetings to the public. Please at 706-675-6721, to reserve seating or information. J. Dan Stout/Staff Callmny High School honor gmduell: back row, left to right, Whitney Williams, Brad Estes, Jim Drake, Brandi Webb; KeJuana Drake, cen- ter, front row, Crystal Pattillo, Taylor Barrett, Kristi Clark-Harmer. LaGrange Historic Ordinance Passed During much of Spring of 1999, the City Council of LaGrange has been consider- ing a historic preservation ordi- nance for the city and the des- ignation of the downtown com- mercial area as a National Register Historic District. After thoughtful consider- ation and debate, Council unan- im o usly. mo y.e,d lax,dliLk o adoption of an ordinance fol- lowing the State of Georgia's recommended guidelines. City Attorney Jeff Todd is current- ly writing the ordinance. Expectations are that LaGrange will soon have a his- toric preservation ordinance and a new historic district. A historic preservation will be appointed by City Council. Several people have played central roles iff this process, including Betty Fagundes, Main Street Manager for LaGrange; Speer Burdette, chair of the Downtown Development Authority (DDA); Charles Hudson, Board member of DDA and the Troup County Historical Society; and Kaye L. Minchew, Director of the Archives. Many other Historical S 0ciet y. membr pints down- town merchants and property owners turned out for a public hearing on March 2 expressing their support. The ordinance and district were recommend- ed by the Troup County Historical Society, the Downtown Development Authority, and the LaGrange Merchants Association. The LaGrange Planning Commission recommended the ordinance to the City for pas- sage. CITIZENS NEWS or Olynzpics ' Winners Named Senior Olympics were ' at the Hogansville first in the men's golf the age 75 plus place, Tommy Maxwell S5 through 64, Jerry won first, Fred second. 64 to 74 were Orbie first and Elmer Was second. tournament Place went to Faith and Louise Etheridge. place was Garrett Grace Duffey. went to Dorothy and Alvin Irvin. horseshoe toss - in the 65-74 age were Elmer Williams; sec- was Lem Kee. horseshoe toss - Bea Littlefield Perkins second, and third. Ages 65-74 was Mary Harris, Santillo and Robinson. Ages OVer. first place Dot St. Nellie Cox and basketball: Ages - Jewel Crews, Ann Compton, Harris. 75 and over, went to Frances second Nellie Cox St. Clair. softball, ages 5S- Was Bea Littlefield, Barbara'Icker, and Crews Ages 65- Pecklns 74 - first place Emma Ogletree, second Mary Harris and third went to Julia Hayes. Ages 75 and over - first place was Frances Robinson, second Elizabeth Ashley and third Nellie Cox. Men's softball 65-74 - first place won by Elmer Williams, second place Fred Casey. 75 and over, first place, Lem Kee and second place James Gay. Women's Frisbee, ages 55- 64 - first place Bea Littlefield, second place Mary Ann Compton, third, place was Lorraine Jacoby. Ages 65-74 - first place was Katie Gay, sec- ond place won by Emma Sue Daniel, and third by Emma Ogletree. 75 and over - first place, Virginia Holland, second Frances Robinson, third place Elizabeth Ashley. Men's frisbee - 75 and over - first place Lem Kee, second James Gay and third place went to Raymond Overcash. Men's horseshoe tourna- ment - first place went to Frank Billingslea and second place was Elmer Williams. Women's bowling - 55-64 - first place Mary Ann Compton,. second place was Maggie Murphy and third place Lorraine Jacoby. 65-74 - Emma Ogletree first, Julia Hayes was second and Mary Harris third. In the 75 and over - Dorothy St. Clair took first, Mary Jo Veal second and Elizabeth Ashley third. Men's bowling - 55-64 age - Wallace. Murphy first place, Henry Mellon second. 75 and over - James Gay, first. In other news: Susan Wetherington gave a very good presentation on the pyramid diet Thursday, May 13. Jane Hubbard, Faye Hobbs, Mary Jo Veal, Tiny Heath, Frances Thornton, Margie Gorden and Irene Medley attended an N.C.B.A. meting in Atlanta on Wednesday, May 12. Mammograms will be given at the center by the West Georgia Health Service Thurs- day, May 20. Call the center. The area picnic will be at Plant Wanesley on Wednesday, May 26. Register now. There will be a fish supper at the center on Friday, May 28 at 5:30 p.m. There will be bingo for prizes and entertainment. Price is $7.00. Call for reserva- tions. Open house at the center will be held May 21 from 10 a.m. to ,2 p.m. Refreshments will be served. 82 Graduate at Callaway High By J. Dan Stout Associate Editor Today marks the third year of operation for Callaway High School. The commencement exercises are scheduled for this evening at 7:00. The diplomas will be dis- tributed at Callaway Auditorium, LaGrange. Faculty member Sue Trammell is the senior sponsor this year at Callaway. Callaway High School con- tinues to build a tradition of excellence and always has a winning attitude. Athletic teams compete in 12 different venues and have done well in region and state competitions. The size of the graduating class has grown from 50 to 82 today. The next graduating class could exceed 100 graduates. The school's classification could increase to AA or even larger. School Principal Stephanie Phillips Hardy and Troup County School Superintendent Dr. Terry Jenkins will be award- ing the diplomas tonight to the class of 1999. Speakers at graduation cer- emonies are scheduled as fol- lows: Jim Drake will give the welcome. Senior Class President KeJuana Drake will deliver the president's address. ....... The ValdictbryaddresS this year will be done by Crystal Pattillo. Whitney Williams will have the inspiration and Kim Hester will close with the dismissal. The class valedictorian is Crystal Pattillo and the saluta- torian is Jim Drake. Kim Hester is honored as this year's STAR Student. Whitney Williams is the Student of the Year and Brad Estes was named Citizen of the Year. The Susan St. Clair Scholarship this year has been awarded to Nickie Barrett. This annual award is presented by the Pilot Club of Hogansville. Rocky Brett Janney will receive a scholarship for being the Top Science Student. It is an award of the Hogansville Kiwanis Club. The honor graduates are: Crystal Pattillo, Jim Drake, Whitney Williams, Brett J. Dan Stout/Staff Salutatorian Jim Drake and Valedictorian Crystal Pattillo. Janney, Taylor Barrett, Kristi Clark-Hanner, KeJuana Drake, Bernice Rhodes, Brandi Webb, Ashley Alsobrook, Beverly Nicole Barrett, Brad Estes and Kim Hester. 1999 Callaway High School Seniors include: Jacqueline Leigh Acree, Benjamin Steven Adams, Sandra Kathleen Adcock, Ashley Diane Alsobrook, Richard LaShun Atcherson, Navin Murlidhar Bakshani, Kevin Lewis Banks, Beverly Nichole Barrett, Crystal MiChelle Beft, ...... Marcia Taylor Barrett, Brent Edward Bishop, Antonio Taliaferro Blackmon, Rod Clinton Blazer, Amanda Beth Bradley, Kimberly Erin Brock, Miranda Tiand Brock, Bradley Neal Brown, Casey Lynn Brown, Jennifer Ann Bruce, Robin Denise Brymer; Deanna Demencia Cameron, Quinyata Ternisha Cameron, Shanaka Lakiya Cameron, Michael Timothy Chapman, Heather Michelle Chatham, Anthony Childs, Melanie Michell Collier, Catarra Tranea Corbin, Tamisha Anne Cousin, Vickie Latonya Culberson; Jack Dallas .III, Jackie Denise Davis, Lindsey Brooke Davis, Kenneth Andrew Dingman, James Ionald Drake, Jr., KeJuana LaTrece Drake, Steven Bradley Estes, Derrick Donnell Fannin, Jamie Lee Fletcher, Kelli Nicole Gates, Kimberly Michelle Gates, Kimberly Denise Gibson, Adrienne Alexandra Griggs; Kristina Clark Hanner, Natalie Nicole Harrington, Jessica Nicole Harrison, Orlantuan Deon Hayes, Kimberly Darlene Hester, Chandra Lynn Hickey, Shaun Joseph Howard,Rocky Brett Janney, Georgette K6onta Jones, Charles William Knight, Timothy Jason Langford, Mary Shannon McCall, Veronica Donnell McClain, Robert Daril McCoy, David TUlman McKibben; Shekal Latrese Melson, Kimberly Suzette Merna, Da'mon Uriah Moody, Charles Edwin Mosley, Jr., Jason Thomas Newsome, Tobias Antrell Parks, Crystal Jo Pattillo, Jonathan Beau Perry, Albert Reeves, Jr., Ann Bernice Rhodes, Jacob Matthew Rice, Renea Rice; Brittany Ann Smith, Jonathan Harvey Smith, James Howell Spradlin, Jeremy Scott Spradlin, William Zachary Statham, Bryan Traybern Thomas, Ruby Katrel Thornton, Catherine Francesca Tigner, Amanda Michelle Walker, Brandi Marie Webb, Tyronicus LaShae Wilkerson, Whitney Overt Willis Williams. J. These Hogansville Elementary students recently participated in "The Fastest Kid in Troup County." Shown above, front row left to right, Demado McDowell, Ashley Bullock, Cortez Clay, Caflethea Jackson- Ernory, Christine Grief, back row, left to right, Bddgette Phillips, Stephanie Peek, Cartez Strozer, Glenn Towler, Glenn Rosser, Sammy Calhoun. The Fastest Kid in Troup County competition was held at the track arid reid complex in LaGrange. All Troup County schools sent representatives from third - fifth grade and all received a T-shirt. Gold, silver and bronze medals were presented to the winners in every event.