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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILI_ HOME NEWS -  tiURSDAY, AUG. 15, 2002 Library Adds 164 Books Thanks to generous hearts, students at Hogansville Elementary School are starting the year with 164 new books in their school library! In February, the Friends of the Library organization sponsored their annual "Have a fteart, Donate a Book" drive. Students, parents, staff. city leaders, and businesses ordered new books to be donated directly to the school library'. The books arrived during the summer and are ready for eager readers! Hogansville Elementary extends many thanks to the following local businesses and leaders for their gener- ous donations: Mayor Wilson St. Clair; City Councilmen Jean Crocker, Jimmy Jackson, Brom I00rand Charlie Frank Martin, Bobby Frazier and Jack Leidner; City Manager David Aldrich; Hilton Odom, Mack Reynolds, Hogansville Pharmacy, Flag Bank, The Grand Hotel, Dr. Greg Freeman, McKibben Funeral Home, BB&T, The William Carter Co., Dairy Queen, Pizza Villa, Little Joe's Body shop, Clemens and Co. Used Books, Yvonne Bledsoe and Girl Scout Troop #27, Bryan Geter, Hubbard and Spinks Parts and Service, Peachtree City Fire Dept., Hogansville Elementary bus drivers, Hogansville Golf Club, Phillips Ladies Apparel, Ray Cheatham, Little Feet Learning Center, Dr. Lloydstone Jacob, Piggly Wiggly, Hogansville Cleaners, The Optimist Club, Robin Barber Bugg, Jane Gottshall, and Vital Care EMS. By Bryan WHAT A PRETTY CAR - Janet Geter admires the beautiful 1959 Thunderbird at the LaGrange Mall last Saturday. PARK MEAD()W APARTMEN" 'S GRANTVILLE-LONE OAK 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator ,,,,,o,,,, Michelle Norva& Manager ! ......  Paris & Associates P.O. Box 40 llighway 18 West Margie Anne Paris, W. L. (Bill) Paris Res. (770) 884-5156 E-maih hparisa,','.uniftd cm PIKU. COUNTY Couples Mark Wedding Ann/l00Tersa Happy anniversary goes out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Denise) Kemp on their 2nd on August 12; Mr. and Mrs. Rickey (Sharion) Hardaway on their 22nd on August 15; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel (Catherine) McLaughlin on their 32nd on August 15; Mr. Real Estate & Appraisals Concord, Georgia 30206 (770) 884-577 F=z (770) 884-90. K Gr=a, Res. (770) 884-5756 E-maih kgra nllmind*pring WILLIS SUBDIVISION- New-1 stry br. 3 brt2ba 1566+/- sq tt, F/P $130,000 New- 2 stry vnyl. 3 br/2ba 1753+/- sq ft. F/P $130,000 These are Georgia Power Good Cents Homes MOLENA-beautiful old home, exc. Cond, 3 br/2ba 2080+/- sq fl $139,900 GLOVER RD-8.38 AC, I stry fi-m, 2 brl2ba, 2 stry barn, wkshop, Orchards, borders creek. $146,000 $172,000 NORTH PIKE CO--7.38 +/- ac cedar home, 2095+/-sq R w/bsnmt- 1335+/-. small pond $181,9OO LAMAR COUNTY-14.40+/- AC-1 stry vnyl, 3br/2ba, 2180+/- sq ft, possible pond site TIM DUFF Y Tested and Proven Under EXPERIENC 28 years dedicated to the people of Troup County FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY working for the good of all INT .G.RITY PromotTng um in nment Vote For TIM DUFFEY Troup County Chairman of Commissioners August 20th Dan-Rie Homes ASK FOR THE BLUE BALLOT Paid for by friends to elect Tim Duffey Chairman - John West, Treasurer - David Cross 126 Robertson Rd, LaGrange, GA 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths -- and Mrs. George (Carla) Sumerlin on their llth on August 17 and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Ida) Freeman on their 12th on August 19. We wish them many, many more! We're happy to report that Mr. Rufus Heard, Sr. of Grantville is home from the hospital and doing nicely. Birthday greetings go out to: Mrs. Beverly E Balls, Ms. Lillian Pearl Burston, Mr. Reginald Lamar Culpepper, Sr., Mr. Enrico Dean, Shenita Dean, Mr. Frederick Derring, Mr. Reginald Gerald Elder, Mr. Carlton Ellis, Courtney Ellison, Mrs. Adelle Freeman, Mrs. Bessie Glanton, Mrs. Wendy F. Grier, Ms. Keyonia Harvey, Mrs. Hattie Hines, Gebranda Judica Jackson, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie James (Charlie Call Today far your Free Consuitatdon and Free Pre-QualOqcatiaa Angela 706-883-3475 or 800-741-2512 Ext. 204 Debbie 706-883-3483 or 800-741-251 Ext. 2O5 GRAND JURY PRESENTMENTS STATE OF GEORGIA, TROUP COUNTY TO THE HONORABLE ALLEN B. KEEBLE AND WILLIAM LEE, JUDGES OF SUPERIOR COURT, COWETA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: Having been presented with 67 bills of indictment, we have retumed 67 True Bills. Inasmuch as the majority of these indict- ments involved attempts to man- ufacture methamphetamine, and a painfully high number involved physical and sexual abuse of chil- dren, we wish to make the fol- lowing suggestions: 1. Judges who set bond be pro- vided with sufficient timely infor- mation so as to allow them to easily differentiate between first time offenders and repeat offend- ers. 2. Encourage the prosecution of sex offenders of children to the full extent of the law. 3. Encourage through neighbor- hood watch groups and all citi- zens to be made more knowl- edgeable and vigilant in the detection and reporting of methamphetamine "labs" to law enforcement. 4. Promote programs such as D.A.R.E. for drug resistance and Mae) Jackson, Mr. Lester Jackson, Mrs. Grace Mitchell, sister of Ms. Myrtice Daniel, Christie Matthews, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall (Frances) Matthews, Nathaniel Dewan Murrah, Mr. Willie E Parks, Mrs. Mable Phillips, Mrs. Josephine Rosser, Mrs. Alice Portress, Lindsey Portress, Mr. John Ira Rhodes, Mr. Jerome Sewell, Mrs. Deborah Moreland, Annelise Stiles, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland (Betty) Bedgood, Mark Talley, Mr. Billy Tucker, Mrs. CalysUa W. Shields and Ms. Raycine Tucker. The Greenville High school Class of 1982 will cel- ebrate their 20th year class reunion on September 21st at the Ramada Inn, If you are a graduate class or know will participate, please tact Mrs. Bri etta Holloway at Ms. Mignon Carter at 672-4164 and Ms. Prather at 770-927-1564. The White Plains Methodist Church, St. invites everyone to annual homecoming Sunday, August 18 at with associate pastor Beasley, bringing the sage. Dinner will be Revival se,ices will Monday through August 19-23 at 7:30 evening with the Richard Carter, Jr. Luke A.M.E. Church Alabama. Think About It: cash a check on God's of blessings without first ing made a deposit Perfect & Less than Perfect Credit Welcome... Even Ch. 7 & Ch. 13 Bankruptcy. Sexual Awareness (sponsored by the Junior Service League) to facilitate early intervention in cases of child abuse. We wish to commend the law enforcement personnel of West Point, Hogansville, and LaGrange police departments, the Troup County Sheriff's Department, the Georgia State Patrol and Troup County Marshall's Office for their profes- sional and articulate presenta- tion of evidence. We are grate- ful to all those in law enforce- ment who through their dedica- tion and commitment make Troup County a better and safer place to live and work. We also wish to commend the District Attomey and his assistants for their outstanding organization of the presentations. Their atten- tion to detail, accuracy and thor- oughness while maintaining a vigorous pace were impressive features of their conduct. Special appreciation is directed to Jud Bryant and Cheryl Hicks for presenting an overview ot"ffae planned Troup County Government Center. The instruction provided by Judge William Lee and direction from Chief Assistant Distdct Attomey, Monique Kirby" and Assistant Distnct Attorney, Robert Peterkin and the logistic 0pi0s Ma Vats. Per Plan: **S501. Mo P&I based or SP 0f S76.10tt (d; 10(P,, Loan a a 30 Year Fixed Rate of 03 4% abject support Carson are sincerely ed. Respectfully submitted, Alfred Mansour, Jr., Foreperson James Biagi, Clerk Ann F. Stewart Timothy R. Hanson Jean W. Ogles Mavis S. Hendrix Lelia Andrews Mary C. Johnson Faye E. Brown Jason Cook Lee B. Bircheat David S. Nagtee Glona N. Frazier Cynthia N. Dance Exavier B. Tucker Ronnie E. Moffitt Ullian J. Smith Gary L Hodnett Bobble S. Trammell Richard H. Cole Holly A. Benefield Gann D. Barth STATE OF GEORGIA, TROUP COUNTY The within received in Open Court this 6th day of August, 2002. It is ordered that the within I sentments be entered u minutes of the Superior made a part thereof, and tised as AND IT IS SO the 6th day of August, 200'2. Quillian Baldwin, Jr. Judge of Superior Court Troup County, Georgia (8:15) ,,Mechan heer !,/Production - Hear ,/Maintenance Position ,/Heaw ,/CDL Class A 10 Winn Dixie Fax Resumes WWW. EOE