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i!iii! :4 ::iiii: ii :<:: PSAT Ib Be Givert In Area Oct. 17 Hogansville's scholars had better get ready. The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) will be admin- istered to all high school sophomores and interested juniors on October 17. p Seeking t Veteran Vote om Mills Veterans Council of Troup County is looking for the old- area World War II veteran to be honored Veterans Day, 11 at a ceremony on Lafayette Square in LaGrange at Yhe nation is losing approximately 1,000 World War II vets clay so all World War II veterans are being specially honored Year. Veterans Council consists of the Marine Corps League, American Legion posts, and the Disabled American more information, contact Jim Lindsey at 882-5092 or Waller at 884-7638. Program ,Now following programs (as listed below) announce the spon- of the U.S. Department of Agriculture funded Child and Food Program. The same meals will be available at charge to enrolled children at the centers below, and be provided without regard to race, color, national origin, age or disability. person who believes that he or she has been discriminat- should write immediately to: Administrator, Food and service, USDA, 3101 Park Center Drive, Alexandria, more information please call or write to: Carr, Kids Kountry Learning Center, Inc., 660 Rails GA 30230 (706) 637-4201; Geter, Hogansville Community Improvement Assn., 301 Pine Street, Hogansville, GA 30230 (706) 637-6063. s Named Honor Listing Georgia Tech is pleased to announce the President's List for Summer Quarter, 2000. A student must achieve academic standards to be named to the President's List by a minimum of 12 credit hours and achieving a 4.0 grade for the quarter. These students from Hogansville Wang, Computer Information Systems and Chelsea Cosmetology. Honor Roll consists of students who have taken a mini- 12 credit hours and achieved a 3.50-3.99 grade point aver- These students from Hogansville are Eleanor L. Haynes, y Arts; Jerry L. Lancaster, Computer Information By Frances Robinson TALENTED - Ladies at the Senior Citizen Center are getting ready for cold weather. They are busy working on jackets. Some are finished, others are not. Left to right are Edna Gladney, Sue Adams, Dot Sprayberry, Clara Smith, and Bea Fitten. Back row, Donna Gill, Willow Heim, and Lilla Williams. Bottom Left photo: Shown quilting are Clara Smith, and Lilla Williams. Standing is Willow He!m. A30 through the of end rninutejourney tribulation October 20-21 October 27-28 October 31-November 3 Faith Baptist Church 522 Hammett Road LaGrange, Georgia For Info Call: (706) 884-3100 (706) 845-7238 E-mail: faithbc@mindspring com Admission - $5 oo per person Reservations required for parties of 20 or more Tours begin at dusk Snack bar and ticket sales begin at 6:00 p.m. No one under 16 admitted without an adult State00 Senat,00, District 29 November 7th BET ER IB00:)EAS • or a 00tter Georgia BETTER DCHC OLS FOR CHILDREN • Ensure that all children read at grade level by the 3rd grade • Attract and keep good teachers with better pay and more support • Keep schools and buses safe by removing dsruptive children so students can learn and teachers can teach • Return control of our schools from the Atlanta bureauracy to local school boards, teachers and parents , HEALTHIER CHOICES FOR SENIORS • Expand long-term residential care options s'o that Seniors can stay in their homes and neighborhoods rather than nursing homes • Provide prescription drug assistance for Seniors MORE MONEY FOR FAMILY B1JDGETS • Return tax surplus to Georgians by reducing debt and lowering taxes • Increase homestead exemption so Seniors and families are not taxed out of their homes Paid for by Friends of Tom Mills, Will Oubre, Chairman, Kay" Elam. Treasurer