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THE HO6ANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2000 PAGE 3-A SOUNDS - On Saturday night Hoffer's will present Southern Gospel 2000. The featured will include the Bishops, pictured above; and Kirk Talley (right) and the Trio. pel Music On Tap Here Hoofers and the Gospel Barn in will be presenting a special Gospel show, the Diplomats g on Friday and Saturday, 14 and 15. Performing Friday, beginning at 7 (EDT), will be the Diplomats, the Good News Trio, and the Trio (Kirk Talley, Anthony Burger and Ivan Parker). Saturday the singing will also begin at 7 p.m. featuring the Diplomats, the Bishops, the Dixie Echoes, and the McGruders. A full service restaurant and a snack bar are open during the show. RV hook- up is available. Hoofers and the Gospel Barn are located at 3472 Hogansville Road, (Hwy. 29-North), one mile north of the LaGrange city limit, near 1-85, exit 18. For more information and tickets, call 706-885-9300 PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Hogansville will hold a pub- lic hearing on July 17 th, 2000 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the millage rate. PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Hogansville will hold a pub- lic hearing on August 1Sth, 2000 at 6:45 p.m. to discuss the home occupation appli- cation at 104 Maple Drive. PUBLIC NOTICE The City of HogansviUe will hold a public hear- ing on August 15th, 2000 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the alcohol pouring application at International Cafe located at 1879 East Main Street. Man Kills , Estranged Wife LaGrange man killed his estranged wife and her sister night, July I before killing himself according to Troup Sheriff Donny Turner. took place at 4457 New Franklin Road. Deputies called to the location at 10:17 p.m. Saturday night in refer- disturbance. Shortly after arrival, the assailant opened the deputies. first deputy on the scene approached the residence and Vhat appeared to be a while male standing inside," Sheriff says. "The male yelled to the Deputy that he had two inside. At that time, the Deputy backed off to his patrol assailant then broke out several panes of windows and firing out of the house." of the shots hit the Deputy. arrived a short time later. After hearing nothing from the residence and seeing no movement, authorities made finding the bodies of thirty-three year old Charles A. 64 Chase Road, twenty-eight year old Kelly Hood of 4457 New Franklin Road and thirty-four year old Pilgrim of 4457 New Franklin Road. The victims had several times. The male apparently died from a single to the head. investigation is continuing and more information will be a later time. Begin Soon Football, Cheering for youth football and cheerleading for boys and 7-12 and youth soccer for boys and girls ages 5-12 will the Hogansville Recreation Department on 304 Church on Monday, August 7-Friday, August 11 and will continue August 14 - Friday, August 18 from 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. your child for football, cheerleading or soccer, a or guardian must fill out and sign a registration form at We also require a copy of the participant's Certificate to keep on file at our office. will be a $15 registration fee for city residents and a fee for non-city residents for football and soc- will be a $25 registration fee for city residents and a non-city residents for cheerleading. fee for cheerleading is higher because cheer- will be issued skirts instead of shorts again this year. will be a $5 late fee assessed for registration taken after 18. Insurance in not mandatory but will be available at :I0 fee. age groups for football and cheerleading are 7-8 yr. olds; olds; and 11-12 yr. olds. age groups for soccer are: 5-7 yr. olds and 8-12 yr olds. , age groups for soccer may change if deemed necessary of registration numbers. participant's playing age will be determined by his or her 31, 2000. volunteers who are willing to work with our youth as a coach or cheerleader advisor. We also need sup- for our youth league teams. Any individual, club or busi- ay become a sponsor in our youth programs. who would like more information can contact Don at 637-4427. Students Named, College Honor List following area students were named to the LaGrange Betty Annette Duffee, Sharissa l Hall, Maria Corete Hines, Whitney Overt Williams and Williams. Students who maintain a grade point aver- at least 3.6 while taking a minimum course of twelve hours for this honor. liberal arts college affiliated with The United Church, LaGrange College offers 25 majors "m the bac- degree and graduate programs in business adminis- With an enrollment of about 1,000 students, oldest private college in Georgia. 1 Save up 30 % on a large assortment of sportswear for infants, toddlers, girls 4-16, boys 4-20 and juniors as well as a large assortment of children's shoes. *Special layaway terms for this event only: 20% down, $50 minimum purchase. All layaways must be claimed by Wednesday, September 6th.