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HOGANSVn HOME NEWS - OCTOBER 14, 1999 - PAGE 7 Pine Ridge Mooile Home Commun Homecoming Tailgate Party The Callaway High School PTO will sponsor a homecom- ing tailgate party October 16 at Callaway Stadium. Barbecue plates will be on sale before the game for $4.00. Come Joln Usl We offer: New & Used Homes for sale Homes for rent Newly developed lots for rent We pride ourselves in being a family oriented community. We are located in the quiet, small town of Hogansville and are just one mile from 1-85. 7_06-6374130 $ HIGH SCHOOL HOLDS LEADERSHIP SUMMIT High School held its first Club Officers and Advisors Leademhip Summit on Saturday, September 25, 1999. The summit con- school from 8:00-12:00. The purpose of the Leadership Summit was to provide training on effective leadership skills. Presenters Dr. Bob Thomas and Dr. Tracy Lightcap from LaGrange College and Dr. Mike Carpenter and Rick Chambers from RESA. The was co-sponsored by Publix, Kroger, and McDonald's. Pictured in attendance were: Center-front, Patrick White (Advisor); Front Row Heather Murphy, Mandy Aldrich, Elizabeth Webb, Nancy Hartman (Advisor), Jennifer Ward (Advisor), Usa Rogers (Advisor)and April Center Row (L-R) Tracee Howard, Zanthia Gates, Shannon Norrell, Uana Shelhorse, Keith Brown, Deborah Dunn (Advisor), Chades (Advisor) and Rhonda Farmer (Advisor). Back Row (L-R) Taylor Anderson, Tatondra Moton, Ryan Czamonycz, Matthew Ogletree, Copeland, Liza Dansby, Lynn Casey (Advisor) and Sue Trammell (Advisor). Not Pictured: Philip Buchan, Katie Hall, Monica Peterson, Edmonson, Sara Marshall, Ivey Moesner, Tony Moore, Krystle Nelson, Leslie Pruitt, Misty Schmitt, Shaina Spradlin and Kelli Advisors: Chip Giles, Terry Dunlap, Vanessa Roberts, Bonnie Mapp  Ruth Crotts. The Hogansville Senior Citizens honored Gloria Sanford with a reception on October 5. Sanford has been the director for the center since 1987. The cen- ter has grown from 45 members to 145 under her leadership. She is taking a job with the Social Security Admi$ot in LaGrange. Pictu"el lbw, left to right, are Don Howell, Sanford, Susan Burdette, Joy Shirley, Bobby Buchanan and Mona Browning. Frances Roblnson/Stalf For Experienced advice on all residential mortgage needs, call: (706) 327-6402 A O,.,.,onoMOEc__. 1416 South Dixon Drive, Columbus, GA 31906 PINE MOUNTAIN AUCTION CENTER, LLC Pine Mountain, GA. GAL #2661 AUCTION Sunday, October 17 th, 1999.2:00 PM EST 706-663-8552 800-638-9610 Fantastic Diverse Auction with hundreds of items, Partial list only--fountain pens, working Graphophone with 8 cylinders, chandeliers, 2 doll houses, limited edition framed art from Esquire Galleries, rugs, mirrors, lamps, crystal, glassware, marbles, Hull, McCoy, art glass, some box lots, trunks, piano stool, Barrister bookcase, wicker chairs, garden bench, 8 mahogany chairs, Davenport desk, 9 pc. Daco dining room suite, 9 pc. Walnut dining room suite, curio, servers, chests, beds, chairs, tables, china cabinets, vanities, tea carts, mahogany rice bed with matching chest and dresser, triple mirror dresser, oak desk, several armoires, pub table with chairs, sewing cabinet, desks, Venetian mirror, commemorative glass of Prince Charles & Lady Di's Weddng with photo on front. Clark-Holder Clinic's Hogansville Office will be OPEN i on Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9:00am - 5:00pm, beginning September 27. A nurse will be on-site for: , labwork blood pressure checks prescription refills injections x-rays Patients who need to see a physician can schedule an appointment with Dr. Terry Alford or nurse practitioner Beverly Cyphers in LaGrange at 812-4258. CLARK-HOLDER CLINIC Hogansville Plaa 637-6651 i Pvt. Mark Whitlock Is at Fort Knox, Ky. Pvt. Mark Whitlock from One Station Training (OSUT) at Fort Ky., which consisted of military training and individual training first eight weeks of ini- training, or basic included drill and cer- weapons, map read- military courtesy, military justice, physical fit- ness, first aid, and Army histo- ry and traditions. During AIT, the soldier com- pleted the seven-week cavalry scout course. The training included sub- jects and instructions to oper- ate, maintain and fire M2/M3 Bradley fighting vehicles, call and adjust fire on enemy tar- gets, Recognize friendly and threat vehicles, conduct recon- naissance and security mis- sions, perform foot patrols, conduct land navigation, locate and neutralize mines, and oper- ate and maintain scout vehicles. Whitlock is the grandson of Jessey May Whitlock of 1305 Park Ave., La Grange, Ga. The private is a 1995 grad- uate of LaGrange High School. WaI-Mart , DISTRIBUTION CENTER 6054 WaI-Mart is accepting applications for our newest distribution center in LaGrange, GA. We are recruiting for the following positions: ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE MECHANICS offer competitive pay and benefit package to include Medical, Dental, Associate Life, Dependent AD&D, STD, LTD, Paid Holidays, Vacation, Personal Time, Illness Protection Pay, Stock Plan, Company Paid Profit Sharing, 401K, WaI-Mart Discount Card and much more. possess an excellent work history and you are looking for a dynamic organization to begin an exciting new career, come join our winning team!! O O ***Seven Day Operation*** Day and Evening 10 Hour Shifts: Tuesday- Friday Weekend Day and Evening 12 Hour Shifts: Saturday, Sunday, and Monday Apply at the: Georgia Department of Labor Longley PI. LaGrange, GA 30240 706-845-4227 Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. @ Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides a DRUG FREE work environment. No phone calls please. The Annual Rotary Car Show When: Ocotober 16, 1999 a.m. until 4 p.m. 30 Classes! Trophies for First and Second Place in Each Class. Where: To Enter: The Old Elementary School on Perry Street in Manchester. Call Jennifer Elliott at 846- 5341for an application or more information. Specialty Trophies for: People's Choice, Best In Show, Best Club Participation, Best Interior, Best Paint and Best Engine. Hot Rods, Early Custom, Late Custom, Cheuys, Camaros, Mustangs, Coruettes, Street Machines, Conuertibles, Volkswagens, Early Pickups, Late Pickups, Pre-War Pickups, Modern Muscle, 0ff-Road and More. !:!