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Lists Changes in Troup Hunting Rules sportsmen can get informa- new deer hunting restric- an effect in Troup County. 2000-2001 Georgia Hunting Regulations guide is now at all license agent outlets Department of Wildlife Resources 0. guide provides information on wildlife management reformation, season dates and more. "This guide is designed to help sportsmen and women understand sea- sons and regulations for hunting in Georgia," says WRD Chief of Game Management Todd Holbrook. "It contains a multitude of infor- mation and should answer all basic questions for new and experienced hunters." Hunting regulations are set by the Board of Natural Resources. The Board acts on recommendations made by WRD's wildlife biologist and field personnel. Laws are set by the General Assembly. Major changes for the upcoming season include; an increase in the antlerless deer bag limit from five deer to eight deer, quality deer management restrictions in Troup County and an increase in either-sex says in Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth (north of Georgia Iighway 20), Fulton (south of Georgia Highway 92), Gwinnett and Rockdale Counties. The new hunting regulations are available over 1,100 locations statewide including WRD Regional Offices and all license agent locations. License agents includie Bass Pro Shop,Wet-Mart, K-Mart, bait shops and outdoor sporting goods shops. Regulations also are available on WRD's website at www.gohuntgeor- gin.com. Web users also can purchase hunt- ing licenses and obtain free hunter safety certificate replacement cards on-line. For more information about the 2000-2001 Hunting Season and Regulations, contact the nearest WRD Game Management or Law Enforcement Office or call (770) 918- 6416. 's the 0o number of Hogansville are celebrating birthdays 10 Spradlin 11 Sprayberry & Mrs.Thomas Rhodes 12 E Worthy Stephens 13 Neese W. Swent 14 Carlisle & Mrs. Bubba Pittman & Mrs. Vaughn Estes 15 Chaff in Knighton Evans - 16 Askew Folds Plans ......... Ig Aug. 13 will be held at Church in the Community on 13, at 11 a.m. on the Ground" will after the service. will start on evening August 14, Wednesday, August 16 ) p.m. Each night. Powers of Newnan the guest speaker. Deakins is the pastor. DREAM COME TRUE - Jennie Crawford, a well-known Hogansville resident, is finding success with her re-opening of a well known eatery, Cato's on U.S. Highway 29. It re- opened last week as Skumpy's, named in honor of her grandson. Diner-Might Hometoum Girl Re-opens Restaurant By Bryan Geter A hometown girl, Jennie Crawford, r bought a well known eatery, Cato's on U.S. Highway 29, and last week opened it under a new name, Skumpy's. She said she named it after her two-year old grandson, whose nickname is the same. Ms. Crawford said breakfast will be served at 6 a.m. each morning. The restaurant will remain open until 2 p.m. Daffy, Monday through Wednesday. Skumpy's will be open until 9 p.m. on Thursday through Saturday. Skumpy's will serve chicken and other meats during lunch along with vegetables daily. ...... Also, hamburgers and fries will be avail- able. At night, seafood, catfish, shrimp, oys- ters, chicken livers and gizzai'ds and ham- burger steaks will be on the menu. Mildred Faulkner will continue to bake her cakes daily and Catherine Dixon will make the fried peach, apple and potato pies. The cakes will be sold by the slice or whole. Ms. Faulkner said customers can order any kind of cakes. She said the Red Velvet is a favorite along with lemon, peanut butter, and pecan. "Complete Truk & Auto Accessory Store" **We Install** 884-3220 * 1350 Lafayette Parkway LaGrange Aluminum & Fiberglass CAMPER SHELLS & TONNEAUS You won't believe how much you can save because of minor storm damage. The insurance company has paid and now we have to move them out. Charles Sosebee's Truks 'n stuff HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED AUTO LOANS DUE TO YOUR PAST CREDIT HISTORY? GOOD CREI)IT, B/IV REBIT. NO CREDIT ? t? ALAkJ,,]rJ. for a quick over the phone qualification, 706-652-1259 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE School's back in session - lunch is being served. Troup County's School Menus for this week following. August I0 Manager's Choice August 11 Chick fillet chips lettuce & tomato fruit choice of milk : August 14 Menus Listed Pizza corn on-cob fruit cookie .choice of milk fruit choice of milk August 15 .  Spaghetti whneatJ sauce tossed salad , hot rolls fruit choice of-milk August 1, Hoagie sandwich , lettuce & tomato waffle fried August 18 Hot dog chips cole slaw fresh fruit choice of milk :s Among New Area Babies and Kim Harris of Carrollton are to announce the birth of their triplets born t, 2000 at the Wellstar Cobb Hospital in babies, two girls and one boy, arrived in order: Britney Paige, 2 pounds 13 and 15 inches long; Justin Noah, 2 pounds 141/2 inches long; and Callie Anne, 3 ounces and 14 inches long. of the triplets are Mary Alice of Whitesburg and the late Joe B. Harris, Shirley Cannon of Hogansville. 1 Mr. And Mrs. Joey Thompson are the proud parents of a son, Joseph Dale Thompson, born July 29 at W.G.M.C. He weighed 8 pounds, I ounce and was 21 1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Mr. And Mrs, Larry Dorrough. Great grandmothers are Mrs. Pauline Macon of Cropweli, AL and Mrs. Bonnelle Dorrough. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Thompson. Great granddaddy is Mr. Reid Thompson. Joseph's mother is the former Tami Dorrough. Named Veep for School Group Southeastern School Business recently names Del Chief Financial Officer County Board of as Vice-President year 2000-2001. of the organization represent all aspects of the sclool business official func- tiorL The association consists of 2000 members in the twelve (12) southeastern states. Parker has been the Georgia Director since April 1996 and will assume the role of President in 2003. Parker stated, "It is a great honor to be recognized by your peers. I would like to thank Dr. Nichols and the Troup County Board of Education for the opportunity of allowing me to serve." Nm!: iiNi!i : : What can you do to prevent osteoporoszs2 Ask your doctor about a bone density test. Bones, like muscles, will become weak and thin unless they are used often. For women, especially, this weakening can mean osteoporosisa bone-thinning disease that can result in disabling fractures. Taking care of your bones--by eating o healthy diet and exercising regularly, for examplewcan help prevent osteoporosis. With state-of-the-art technology, the new bone densitometer at West Georgia Medical Center can measure the strength of your bones in less than one minute. This painless, low radiation procedure can identify weakened bones long before visible symptoms occur, giving your doctor the information needed to help you live a healthier life. Ask your doctor. .or for information on West Georgia Medical Center's bone densitometer, call (706) 845-3584. West Georgia s, r Medical Center A division of West Georgia Health System 4.