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June 29, 2000     The Hogansville Herald
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ON THIS PARADE - Hogansville students were treated to a special presentation 'Sweet Land of Liberty Parade chairpersons Jim and Annette Boyd in the newly renovated auditorium. Program A Hit Hogansville Elementary students were ' Sweet Land of Liberty chairpersons Jim and Annette Boyd it he Hogansville Elementary auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd presented a brief his- of the parade and had student helpers the meaning of patriotism. Several students will be participating in the parade including "pat on the back" win- ners from Mr. Chuck Brazell's and Mrs. Gwen Mclntosh's 5th grade classes. The pat on the back award is given to stu- dents who demonstrate school pride and exhibit exceptional character traits. The annual event will be held July Fourth in downtown LaGrange. Church Picnic Sunday Afternoon ; Hogansville First Baptist will hold its annual r Picnic in honor of Day on Sunday July 2, beginning at cookout consisting of Hot Dogs and all (i.e., Chips, Baked Cole Slaw, Desserts and will be served. the Food and there will be Games coordinated by the Church's Youth Directors, Tony and Beth Maxwell. This yearly event is spon- sored by the Sunday School. Ladies of the church can volun- teer to prepare the food, etc. by contacting either Jim Campbell, Sunday School Director or the Church anytime this week. This is not just for members of the Sunday School; but is a church-wide event. So come on out and enjoy the food, fun and fellowship. Pastor Welcomed JoAnna Pence the pulpit at First United Church on Main Sunday, June 25. s after :to the congregation Luke United Methodist her in Hogansville is her husband, Dr. Ira W. Pence, Jr. The Pences will reside at the church parsonage on Taliferro Drive. Our congregation hopes the people of Hogansville will come and meet our new minister and welcome thePences to our town. MOUNTAIN AUCTION CENTER, LLC Pine Mountain, GA GAL #2661 AUCTION HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - JUNE 29, 2000 - PAGL 3A Magic Show Planned Today at Senior Center," fun was the order of the day. led the children at Pine Street By Jane Cheatham Gottshall On Thursday, June 29, the community is invited to a magic show from 3-4 p.m. at the Hogansville Senior Center. Freddie the Frog presents "Jump into a Magic Book" star- ring magician and author, David Ginn. Freddie says every book is a magic book if you open it and read it. The Hogansville Library welcomes David's return this year with an all-new summer reading show filled with fun and magical surprises directly from the lily pad. David is the author of over 60 books on magic and comedy and per- forms over 400 shows a year throughout the country. Be sure to be there. Pat Gay, storyteller from LaGrange Memorial Library, told lots of froggy tales dressed in her frog dress and jewelry on Tuesday, June 20. Her telling of the classic wide-mouth frog story is always a hit. Having Fenetria Beasley received a McDonald's video as the door prize. Sandy Lowe, daughter of our Youth Librarian, read to the younger children at Kids' Kountry on Thursday, June 20 and Sandra Lowe, our Youth Librarian, made frog magnets with the older children. Sandra Daycare and Little Feet Daycare in making frog frames. Eric Gladden received an "()pen a Book-Jump In" Summer Reading Club T shirt as the door prize on Thursday, June 22. During the craft activ- ity, the kids turned spoon- shaped globs of plaster of Paris into works of refrigerator art. ELECT Don North PROBATE JUDGE Tro County PROBATE JUD(;E GWEN PRF=crr [" TRA[NI:I) MEDIATOR * FU-Tm % N .LINED merchandise Sunday, July2nd.2:00PMEST throughout the store 706-663-8552 800-638-9610 Holiday Weekend Extravaganza Auction! / SORRY, NO ADJUSTMENTS ON PREVIOUS PURCHASES. ,Mini Estates plus regular shipments from up north. t t Miss. Period furniture, outdoor furniture, quality 1 furniture, Antique tin toys including trains, rifles, ;, etc. Lots of Estate jewelry, linens, glassware, sil- Plate and many decorator items from a furniture Sunday Dinner Sunday, July 2 - 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. JULY 4 - Independence Day at 12 noon - BBQ Sandwiches, Hotdogs, All Americas Favorite Applie Pie! THE MORE YOU BUY... THE MORE You SAVE| 11511" PAIR* - TAKE AN EXTRA 30% OFF 2ND PAIR* - TAKE AN EXTRA 35% OFF 3RD PAIR* - TAKE AN EXTR 40% OFF 4TH PAIR* - TAKE AN EXTRA 50% OFF (*OF EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE. ANY PAIRS 0VtR 4 WILL BE GIVEN AN EX]RA 30% OtF.) SAVE UP TO 75% WHEN YOU VAKt AN fXI00U00 30-50% OFF OUR ALRUDY REOUCED RACK PRICES| SELECT FROM ENZ0 ANGIOUNI, ROSAUNA, SELSY, VANEu, STUART WBTZMAN, J, RENEE, MODA SPANA, sno, LiFE STRIDE, MADELINE STUART, WESTIES, ANNIE, CARYSMA & MOREl SORRY, NO ADJLJSfMENTS ON PREVIOUS PURCHASES.