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June 22, 2000

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r At Library Busy The Hogansville Public Library on week hosted Hogansville's resident Patrick A. Terrail. He shared his wood experiences and offered an copy of his book A Taste of llywood: The Story of Ma Maison for 0nly $25 (retail price is $29.95). "The reservation book twinkled with Star quality• The menu sparkled with lVentive cuisine. Rolls Royces and lim- ousines dotted the outdoor parking lot .While princes and powerbrokers dined Inside. Orson Welles called the dining room his home; Wolfgang Puck com- the kitchen. No other restaurant Los Angeles has ever captured the glamour, and glitz of Hollywood than Ma Maison. For more than years, Ma Maison catered to rwood's elite and coddled the film world's most celebrated stars. In A Taste of fh)llywood, famed restaurateur I)atrick Terrail tells the behind-the- scenes stories that made the Ma Maison mystique as legendary as the people who dined there. Complete with recipes, pho- tos, and celebrity reminiscences, A Taste of ttollywood relives every madcap moment of this celebrated restaurant. Come inside and take a seat at a delight- ful little table with Orson Welles, Elizabeth Taylor, ,Johnny Carson, and many other Hollywood legends." Mr. Terrail is donating the profits of this book-signing to the Hogansville Public Library. His restaurant, Gaby's Caf6, is providing refreshments. Open a Book-JUMP IN! Summer Reading Club registration began June 1st. "Teen's Choice" is a great way for middle and high school students to win prizes for reading. It's simple! Read a book of your choice. Fill out an entry slip for each book read and put it in the week- ly drawing. That's it! Prizes in addition to those listed last week are coupons for treats from Pizza Hut ® and posters from the Read Write Now program. Atlanta Hawks TM pen- nants and stickers,Cartoon Network TM clocks and stickers, and some surpris- es. Thanks to these businesses for their generous donations. Daylight Savings Time hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday fromll:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon. SounCs 00eF(gious \\; By Bryan Geter/Staf/ GOOD NEWS TRIO has been spreading the Gospel of Jesus through song for the three years. They sanged at the Corinth Baptist Church in the Corinth community recently. Pictured above (I-r) are members of the group, Tonya Kirby, Max New and Political Forum Set Tuesday The West Side Voters group is sponsoring a political forum at the Hogansville Senior Citizen Center next Tuesday, June 27. The center is at 407 Church Street. The session will get under way at at 7:30 p.m. All candidates have been invited to attend. "Come and listen to their views and have your questions answered," urged a spokesman for the group. '98 Toyota Avalon XL White, White Leather, Loaded, 32,422 mi. 18,90( United Meth- met June 12 for a at Taste of Lemon was a special to honor women's society and school UMC and commu- the year. Mrs. Ferrell T. , Sr., welcomed the group appreciation for work and faith- the year. sident, Helen Thrash, the invocation. those attending the luncheon• included: "Robbie Mills Lockridge Louise Caudle of LaGrange; and Mountville. to the community were fincher and Esther ! Bill finch- Huntsville, Ala., are the Fincher home- Esther and Bud from Alpharetta a new home on the the former Dan Fuller Nursery.) UMW members participat- ing included - Clara Andrews, Wanda Costley, Gayla Jones, Li|lie Mae Mills, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome, Leslie Pike, Kathy Rogers, Helen Thrash, Mac Towns, susan Whitlock and Alma Wood. _ Announcements were made on upcoming events and flow- ers were sent to sick members and friends of the church com- munity. Past President, Clara Andrews, announced the next UMW meeting is scheduled for Saturday, July 29, at Roosevelt State Park in Pine Mountain. This will feature a church-wide "Family Night" covered dish dinner. She emphasized that anyone wishing to enjoy swimming should come early because the pool closes at 5PM. George and Clara Andrews have reserved a pavilion for the outdoor event, and dinner will be served at 5:30PM to the Church families. "Complete Truk & Auto Accessory Store" **we Install** - 1350 LaFayette Parkway • kaGrange • (bed) both dnYl and fiberglass SPECIAL PRICING on all in-stock items! Will order paint to match! ' hells r Hitches Racks • Engines • Air Dams • Wings • Lowering Kits • Vent Shades • Ground Effects • Custom Wheels • Slide Windows • Side Rails • Grille/Brush Gard • Winches • Decals • Hoods • Mats • Bras ,, Guages • Tonneau Covers • Horns • Flares • Mirrors Charles Sosebee's Truks 'n stuff PARKWAY MOTORS, INC. :-20 Van Clean, 31,000 mi. Local owner, =8,900 '97-'98 Tahoes; Yukons Seven to Choose Red, Pewter, White, Black Burgandy '96 Honda Accord 4DR, Auto, Loaded, Green, 61,600 mi. =13,500 '97 Jaguar X-J6L Black, Roof, Loaded =27,900 JJ Whitworth Parkway Motors LaGrange r 882-2990 PUBLIC HEARING The City of ttogansville will hold a Public Hearing concerning the millage rate on Thursday, June 29th, 2000 at 5:3t) p.m. A called council meeting will follow the public hearing at 5:45 p.m. con- cerning the F/Y 2000-2001 Budget. • HARWELL, BROWN & ARNALL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 • 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org Gary W. Brown NO CREDIT NEEDED i; SLOW CREDIT" NO PROBLEM! i BAD CREPrr-NO PROBLEM! i I"IE O O-' NO ROBLE! :: LOW IN(:OE - NO PROBLEM! BANKRUPTCIES- NO PROBLEm! i 709 New t::ranklin Rd, LaGrange GA (706) 882-2576 • 1-800-77-CHEVY !!? 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