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PAGE 12 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - OCT. 11, 2001 Health Services Meeting Topic For Troup The Troup Retired Educators Association met on Thursday, September 27 at the Highland Country Club in LaGrange, with Ralph Johnson, President, convening the meeting. The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag and Prayer for Our Country were recited. Vice President Alonza Ransom introduced Mrs. Mary Faress, Vice President for West Georgia Medical System, who pre- sented the program. Mrs. Faress informed the Association of the health services available to senior citizens, and gave statisti- cal data on senior citizens. She presented Mrs. Deborah Wilson, also with West Georgia Health System, who discussed var- ious types of insurances, and advised all to study poli- cies carefully since all will not provide the same bene- fits. President Johnson gave an update as to status of membership in the State Association, and called for committee reports. Mrs. Helen Rowe, Necrology Chairperson, gave a report on members who had passed since our last meet- ing; namely, Dr. Lillian Clark, Mrs. Lurlene Moore, Mrs. Lucille Hutchinson, Ms. Madge Evans, Mrs. Jean Arnold, and Mrs. Eleanor Newby, and Mr. Ralph Maxwell. Mrs. Ruth Moore gave a report on the members who were ill, or had illness in the family, and PTO Meets On Oct. 25 Callaway High School will have a PTO meeting in the cafeteria on Oct. 25 at 6:00 p.m. SpaghemDinner Set Friday Night The Manchester Lions Club will have a spaghetti dinner at the United Methodist Church in Manchester on Friday night, October 12th from 5:00 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 for adults, and $3.00 for children 2 and under, and can be pur- chased from any Manchester Lions Club member or at the door. Manufactured Home "NO CASH" Down Program. Call David at (334) 298-1928. Land/Home Deals in Georgia and Alabama, Call David! 1999 14x70, 2BP,/2BA, $18,500, low monthly pay- ment Call Julian! B Why pay ntot7 Own a 38x60, 3BR/2BA for less than rent! Call Julian. Good, Bad or Slow  Call Diann at (334) 298-7868. 2BR]2BA, $7 above invoice. Call Diann at (334) 29a4s4a. Red Tag Special on 5 lot models. Down payment program. a counm/Kath 3BR/2BA, greatroom! $1,000 down, low payments. Call "Dollar Bill'. ii 14x56, 2BR/2BA, sale $17,900 plus set-up/deliv- ery, skirting and A/C (WAC) Call "Dollar Bill". Take over payments, $237.50 per month. 5mall transfer fee. Call Diann. Retired Educators could not be present. Dares Nichols, Legislative Chairperson, thanked the retired educa- tors for their involvement in helping to get the SPLOST passed through the various jobs performed. He called for a postcard writ- ing campaign, at this meet- ing, to Governor Roy Barnes in support of legis- lature to benefit retirees: HB 176 and HB 822. A thank you note from Miss Shaina Spradlin, the 2001 TREA Scholarship recipient, was read to the group by Secretary Christine Taylor. The next meeting for TREA is set for October 25, 11:30 a.m., Highland Country Club. Special guests will be our District Representatives in the Georgia General Assembly. WOLVERINE. DU" 1"/061884-7844 3eetImmSlmt M IIWI lITflanch &SupplyCo. :0000eGiveawa ,F Ad:ise, eRefreshments! " :ontainer Gardeninq Class .-" l)effect for gl, patio porch 1 .; gardening & More! featuring .... Andys Orchard Tree 00kndy's Getting Fruity! Choose from. apple.pear, pecan, peach .plum .figs .grape vines buy individually or in our fruit package - three trees i ,llo tt plus fertilizer and rest ucnons . I Just Amved! I I iCornstalks ] Gourds i I -__'_A_'__'__'__'__'__'__- -'--'--'--'1 the Month I ,I Pil)e Straw I Cypress I L w I i I .. - arge-Clean. "ire-fled "Reg. 3.25 I oFa c' l 1. , .... Only. Chance i Now,,,,O!, rh,s Year! I ,,hen you ,uy 41 1 1 gallon I I expires 10-14-01 e J' I IIi ml II  iii Ill m .111    I iI Ill I el JL II  III South Fayte Lotion Caramel Apples Kids Decorations [ I, Staking at IOam l 1 Gallon_Reg. 3.95 Hundreds to choose from a]] [ . : . [11'1 I II I IIIII I III I II I III i iiiiiii III Fire ,' Fescue Seed I I ! ! Rebel Grass Seed 8 I- |! 8 t *Southern olcl t :Is5 Off ! ! I 50 lb. bag w/coupon | t I ul= iii iiii i Dwarf Nandina Hardy-Bright Red-Evergreen .Reg. 5.95 Now 395 .@Y'S I / 1807 Hx T. 85 N.- Fayetteville 770 461-6089 ANI)Y'S II / 1120 Hwy. 85 S.- Fayetteville 770 46 1-4860 &l'S Ill / 915 Hwy. 16 E.- Newnan 770 252-3030 Fll I ums lO0's to Choose , From Wayne Frier --HOME CEN rl,;I-- OF PHENIX CITY 21333 Hwy. 431-N (334)298-015C