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PAGE 2-A HOGAN. X H.l,i= H()xm NEws - THURSDAY, AUG. 8, 2002 HOMES& PROPER"Y FOR SAL Volunteer to Help The Hummingbird Festival FLI )'S Home Decor ( ;( )L'; (! T I )t: ! N-L%'-; NAil! Final Closing Day Drawing 42u .,,,. Closer! Manc (ondort('r N('L, P,c(Is|)rea(|. Warm Springs Hv,}'. (;urlains. nlltl \\;vindow N(-arvl's (706) 655-2446 .r,. till ax'aihd)le, Products at H/holeSale Cost! i.a0000E EXPO 299 Commerce Ave., US HWY. 29 (OLD WAL-MART BLDG.) LaGrange, GA (706) 884-2500 Georgia's Biggest- 716 N. Boyd Rd., 3 BR/2 BA new construction $94,500 94 Arrrican Legion Rd. 3 BR/2 BA plus mobile home on lot $79,5 Hwy. 16. Whitesburg, Mobil Home Park, Great Investment ...Ca, UsUng Office. 1225 E. Main St., Hogansville, 3BR/2BA ............................. $89,900 35 Puckett Dr. 4BR/2BA beautifully landscaped, 3 ac.....$102,500 100 Lee St. 2BR / 1BA .......................................................... $30,000 101 Carden St_, 2 BR/2 BA, mint condition ......................... $69,900 203 Cooper St., 3 BR/2 BA, new .................. $111,500 201 Cooper St., 3 BR/2 BA, new  .................. $114,500 758 Corinth Rd., 2 BR/1 BA, 3.5 acres ................................ $92,500 214 Johnson St., 3 BR/2 BA ................................................. 79,500 4727 MounMIle Rd., 3 BR/1 BA ............................................ $63,600 209 Oak St., Classic V'odan, 4 BR/2.5 BA ..................... $261,000 225 S. Hwy. 29 2 BR/1 BA ..................................................... $25,000 403 S. Lewis St., LaGrange, commercial btdg .................... $59,900 308 Taliaferro Dr. 2 BR/1 BA. ................................................. $78,900 4847 Hwy. 27, Franklin, 3 BR/1.5 BA ............................... $108,000 458 Hampton Green Dr. 3 BR/2 BA ................................... $105,000 515 Industrial Dr. House plus 10 Commercial acres ........ $135,000 Acemgel 7.8 ae Hw , GrantvM excek honlm site, 1/2 mile from 1-85-- ........... ___.$67,500 Check With Us For Rental Homes ,l. Member of LaGrange and ia Multi-List | Police Handle Trespassing By BRYAN GETER The Hogansvitte Police Department handled several criminal trespass calls last week Brenda Allen of 215 Brooks Road told police that Peneka M. Reeves has entered her yard on July 31 between 10:30 p.m, and 11 p.m., after several warnings not to be on the property. Allen told police that Reeves vehi- cle and Reeves got out with her sister, Monica, saying she was going to "kill the ..... ." Allen advised them to leave and they did, but warrant procedures were advised. CHECK ,/Mechanics helper /Production - Heavy Lifting all shifts /Refrkjetati Tech - xcEu..,a ,,v Maintenance Position ,/Heavy Equipment Operators cAssisnt Project Coordinator CDL Class A 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.com EOE You have t00,e [00,lent A incident remains under investiga- tion by the HPD investigators after .Berry Chapman of 105 Brazil told police that someone had come to his resident and Veyed his 2002 Chrysler RT. Cruiser on July 28, The cost of the damage is $1,591.70. Gwendolyn Galloway of 408 Oak Street reported to police that someone busted out the windows of her home. There were witnesses, but the incident remains under investigation. Julie Hannah of 501 Johnson Street told police that someone on August 2 between 3 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. had broken out her rear left side window on her 1987 Cadillac. Hannah said nothing was for the damage to the window was small for someone to get in or the door. The case remains tion. Warrant procedures were after Tasha N. King of Luthersville police while she was at 215 three females got out of a vehicle. Reports states that Peneka Monica Reeves and Page driving, got out of the vehicle and boxcutters. King said she ran in house and called police. The girls got into their vehicle left, Warrant procedures were Why not get the educ ]tion'i' ay ar/m G= LEADING THE WAY- Callaway Head Coach Claude Gliddens (Top photo) directs his players in practice. There are 65 Cavaliers getting ready for the gridiron sea- son, getting ready for the upcoming sea- son which willbe against Villa Rica on the road on at 8 p.m. on Aug. 30. College... West Georgia TechniCal A Real Education for the Real 303 Fort World Drive kaGrange 706.845.4323 www.westg tech.org m m Public's Help Sought to Attempted Pickup Truck T Troup County investigators are asking for your help in locating the person that attempt- ed to steal a 1988 Chevrolet S-10 pickup from 200 Watson Street in Mountville. According to the owner, someone entered the truck and damaged the steering column in an attempt to steal it during the night of July 18th. If you have any information about this case, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 812-1000. Investigators also need your help in locat- ing the person(s) that stole a 1990 red GMC Sierra 4x4 pickup truck on July 19th the home of Jimm3 community. This truck was burned in south Alvaton in County. Missing from the truck were dard pistol. Harman is offering a reward i viction of the person(s) involved If you have any information about or any crimes, you are asked to call Stoppers at 812-1000. Crime Stoppers Board Approves Rovard The Troup County Crime Stoppers Board met Thursday night, August 1st, and approved three rewards totaling $150.00. The callers with code numbers 6366 and 6411 each gave sheriff's officers information concerning people wanted on warrants. These callers were each rewarded $50.00. The caller with code number 6259 gave LaGrange Police information drug activity. This tip came into Crime Stoppers of this year. This caller was also reward. All callers should q line again at 812-1000 to receive on how to pick up their rewards. Hogansville Seniors Stay Busy Despite The Hogansville Senior Center had a busy and productive month during July. The atten- dance at the Center has increased during the month. The seniors enjoyed the games competi- tion held daffy. The prizes won are a great incentive for the members to participate. Games include bingo which is held on Tuesday and Thursday and always a source of excitement for the seniors. The seniors also have available to them a variety of computer games for their enjoy- ment. Rev. Sarah Parker, Ebenezer Presbyterian Church minister, presented a short devotion- al to the seniors on July 25. Rev. Parker also sang for the group throughout the program. Rev. Parker and her husband David, who is also a Presbyterian minister, are moving to Blackwell, Okla. Each has accepted a ministry in the Blackwell community. We wish them the very best of life's blessings. We ask God's bless- ing on them. At the Sunday morning service, Sarah was presented a painting of the Ebenezer Presbyterian Church as a parting gift. We will miss Sarah and her family in the Hogansville community. On Tuesday, July 30, Sarah Moore, a para- legal from the Georgia Legal Services gram will be at the Senior Center. This gram provides seniors with which may have an influence on their sonal lives such as wills and living wills. The program is a very important ice for the senior citizens in our area. of transportation, a van service is on Tuesday, Wednesday vide safe and dependable the Center. For transportation to the Center, call the Center is made available at no cost to 1 seniors. During the month of July, the birthday anniversaries of four of members. Those i Gordy, Edith Wilkerson, Willow Heim Clara Smith. If you need to walk and the heat you we have a hallway upstairs that is Any senior is welcome to participate. On July 18, the Hogansville Lodge #93 honored the widows of Masons with a chicken and fish dinner. Those attending from the Center Fannie Mae Cannon, Jane Hubbard, Bowles and Duranell Gordy.