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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEVF. 25, 2003 Established 1972 The q20tt0n Pickin' Fair An Award Winning Festival of Art, Antiques & Crafts October 4 & 5, 200 18830 GA Hwy. 85 Gay, Georgia www.cpfair.com 706/538-6814 Emmett Askew. Joe Lee Sandra Stephens Doug Spradlin www askew-lasater corn Our approach to this is to give maximum exposure to our listings through the following methods: The LaGrange MuttiList System, 165 Agent Members The Georgia MultiList System, 9500 agents state wide The Real Estate Book-South Metro and woddwidehome ads rotated monthly so everyone has exposure Realtor.co-World wide web exposure www.askew-lasater.com-Our listing world wide Weekly newspaper ads- Hogansville Home News, The West Georgia Beacon, The Newnan'rimes, LaGrange Daily News Mail outs to all Troup and Coweta County Brokers "The people of West Georgia Health System don't just provide care for a living-- 99 we live to care. , Phillips, RN kind of care J Team Still Seeking First Win Continued From Page 1A lead. Bray led the home team to two more first half touchdowns and a 28-6 half time lead with Callaway's lone touchdown coming from Clantwan Martin who scored on a seven yard run late in the first half. Greenville head coach Jeremy Williams had high praise for his quarterback. "He's very athletic", said Williams. "And he's going to get better as the year goes on and he learns the offense better." Giddens also gave the Greenville quarterback high marks. "They threw the ball real well and there receivers made some great catches," said Giddens. Martin gave the Cavs a glim- mer of hope early inthe second half when he sprinted 80 yards for a touchdown to make the score 28-12. But the Patriots quickly extinguished Callaway's spark by marching back down the field and held Callaway to three straight pos- sessions without a first down. Both teams added late touchdowns for the final 36-18 score. Callaway will look to get in the win column this Friday at home against Lamar County. Game time at Callaway stadi- um is set for 7:30. By Brian Geter BRINGING DOWN A PATRIOT - Callaway's Bernard Newnan (#10) and Omar Cameron (#83) bring down Greenville's Lashun Watson in last Friday night's con- test in which the Patriots defeated the Car's 36-18. VFW SAYS THANKS The ladies Auxiliary of of Foreign Waers Post 4629 in LaGrange recently pre- sented a plaque to Hogansville Elementary School Student Council members thanking th school for its help in ing relief supplies to solid- ers in Iraq. Shown are, front row, left to right, Holly Kimbrell, Jackalin Cody King, Danielle and Meagan Allen. Back row, left to right, are Carmen Dougherty, school coun- selor, Karen Cardwell, au" iliaL member, Janice Bassett, LAVFW president and Rose Harvell, chaplain. i !1   ! ..... " ': ::' ":  " ' ! !: Hogansville Elementary SepL 29 - Manager's choice Sept. 30 - Meatloaf, creamed potatoes, turnip greens, cornbread, fruit, choice of milk Oct. 1 - Rotini, garden salad, school baked roll, fruit, choice of milk Oct. 2 - Taco salad, lettuce, tomato, cheese, whole kernel corn, banana bread, choice of milk Oct. 3 - Ham and cheese sandwich, let- tuce and tomato, dill pickle spear, french fries, fruit, choice of milk THANKED- Dick Stafford, owner-manager of Golden Corral, is pictured with Cathy Chambless, Callaway High School's Teacher of the Year. Cathy designed and painted a BIG thank you card, signed bY the Callaway High School staff, to express our thanks for his generous contributions to our certified staff with monthl buffets at his restaurant. Stafford has done this for Troup County School Syster certified staff for several At CHS, we appreciate Stafford! GENEROUS- Gerald Barger, chapter (state) president of the BellSouth Telephone Pioneers, oresented a (]rant in r  f the amount of $2,500 to Judy Guy Baker, principal o Hogansv e Elementary School, on Tuesday Sept 16. Hogansville Elementary qualified for the grant' by permit" ting the Pioneers to conduct educational oroiects through" out the school year. The money must be tJsed for technol" ogy. Other Pioneers participating in the presentation were Beckey Gaskamp, Tri-County council president, Imogene Murphy, LaVemne Mallory, Bill Brown, and Joycie Brown. Festival Just Weeks Away Continued From Page 1A Stankiewicz said, "our silent auction is one of the best in the area and the enter- tainment at the dinner is going to be great. It's going to be a great time and every penny we make goes to redo the Royal Theatre (now City hall)." The dinner is the kick- off event for the festival. Friday evening (October 17) features two events relat- ed to the festival: a reception for Troup County art students and their parents at Hogansville First United Methodist Church and an old- timers basketball game at Hogansville Elementary (formerly Hogansville High School). The basketball game, as well as a flag football game Saturday evening and a soft" ball game Sunday afternooO, are part of a grand hig 1 school reunion. These athlet" ic events are open to grad0" ates of Hogansville Hig l School (which closed and West End High (which closed in 1969). reunion coincides niceb the festival to create a homecoming atmosphere, encouraging hundreds of for" mer students to return horOe for the event. "It's all for a great cause L said city councilman JaC Leidner, chairman of t he Hogansville Charitable Trust. "We need money matching funds for the quee at the Royal plus for the streetscape prOY ect." For more informatiOO' booth rental and tickets to t he . Silent Auction & Dinner, call