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July 27, 2000

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.... THE HOGANSVII/ HOME N ,:\\;vs - THURSDAY, JuLY 27, 2000 PAGE 3A The search is on for Hogansville girls ete for the titles of Miss Georgia 2001 and Miss Georgia Teen USA 2001 Both winners woulkd compete on television The search is on to find Miss Georgia 2001, the most attractive and all- who will represent Georgia the Miss USA Pageant which will be tel- Girls Sought for Pageants evised nationally on CBS-TV. Last year's winner of the Miss IiSA |),lg- cant received more than $200,00o o(;in cash and prizes. In addition to this opporturuty, Miss Georgia USA will receive prizes valued in excess of $10,000.00 including a $5,i)(10.00 cash award. Approximately fifty women are t;pccl ed to compete for the state title now held by Patti Dunn of Lilburn, who placed fifth runner-up in the Miss USA 2000 pageant. Free entry information is available by writing or calling the pageant at: Pageant Productions, National Headquarters, P.O. Box 723126, Atlanta, GA 31139, (770) 801- 8000 or call toll free: 1-800-525-5025. By Frances Robinson IN HONOR: (Left to right) Past Grand Master John Cranston, Pastor Harold Willis and present Grand Mast Charles Prather. Masons Host Widows Supper The Hogansville Masonic Lodge hosted their annual YCidows Supper Thursday, July 20. This is an annual affair honoring the Widows of deceased asons. They enjoyed fish and chicken and all the trimmings. Rev. Harold Willis was guest speaker. HOST FAMILIES NEEDED Mde a new lifelong friend h,,m tbroatl, Enrich your lamily with another cul- [UI'(' Now you can host an  xchange student (girl or I),r,  ti-om Sweden, Germany, :ii France, Spain, England, A,qmn, Brazil, Italy or other c(,unt ries. Becoming a host to 1 lmng international visitor  it experience of a lifetime! t'irlr, t 1:; I, Klaus, I-T I,rs. Call fi,'. iI',r:!,  to choose your own exchange student. I,arge variety ,t ti .... lit ,,. interests, hobbies, etc. now available (single parent: (: i(.- ,,.f h o, without children may host). Call us now. Sara at 1- 800-473-0696 www.asse,com l i lt l t d,'d ht ternatitmtd 19"( ,, .............................    o= - Orgattizatio. A \\;,  )Hi I ) t 1 , ",1)1 it',  ,1 )ln, I, I IIRt)I (,H (;ROS,CCIJi:I'URAL AND EI)II(:ArlONAI PItOt,RAM' The Hogansviile Ho News CPresent% ] togansille's Hummingbird Festival Arts, Crafts, Food and Fun Oct. 21 & 22 Biggest and Best Yet! For Booths and Information Call: (706) 637-9497 All profits go to City Restoration. CenterPlans Classes, Activities The Center is holding art classes every morning, by Mrs. Ann Knighton. This is free. steopoross be held at the center on August 9. pays for the Bone Density Test. Everyone to register. The Centers Annual Health Fair will be Tuesday, September A class demonstrating how to make a jacket from a sweat will be beginning in the fall. Two vans of members from the Center took a trip to the on Wednesday, July 19. They had lunch at Mall. The Thrift Store is open every Tuesday and Thursday morn- The Beauty Shop is open by appointment. he lunch menu for July 27 - August 2 is: - Hamburger, baked beans, fresh lettuce, tomato buns, hot apple crisp, milk, tea, or coffee. - Lemon pepper chicken, spinach and new potatoes, and zucchini, whole wheat rolls, lime gelatin with pears, tea or coffee, Monday - Beef patty, oven baked potatoes, spinach, whole bread, pears, milk, tea, or coffee. - Pork steak with gravy, blackeyed peas, mixed greens, melon cubes, milk, tea, or coffee. - Oven baked chicken, english peas, carrot and salad, wild rice and brown rice, strawberries with Angel milk, tea, or coffee. Named To President's List Georgia Tech is pleased to announce the President's List Honor Roll for Spring Quarter, 2000. These students from are: Ouida Smith, Business & Office Technology and Gaddy, Cosmetology. ,Extra 50% OFF DOORBUS R 9-11am ,Extra 25.40% 0 Throughout the store ALL DAY "Complete Truk & Auto Accessory Store" **We Install** 884-3220 * 1350 LaFayette Parkway LaGrange S-10/Isuzu ACCESSORY 1994-2000 YEAR MODELS Bug Shields $59 * Smoked 2PC Vent Visors $33 * Bed lin- ers $139 * Fiberglass Tonneaus (bed cover) in stock teal green $599 * Smoked Headlight 4pc. Covers $39 * Smoked T.L. Covers $29 * Clear T.L Assemblies $109 * Fiberglass Camper Shells (4 to choose from) $795 * Air Fiberglass Dams from $109 lites extra * Side rails; 4' or 6' from $89 * Brite Aluminum bed rail caps $89 * Bdte aluminum Gull Wing Tool Boxes $209 * Bdte Aluminum Single Lid Tool Boxes $219 by United Welding Truks 'n stuff ,Extra 40% OFF Rack Shoes ALL DAY *Sorry, No price adjustments on previously purchased merchandise.