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PAGE 2 HOOANSVmLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2000 Support Ca00ay Football Welcome all Lo the Hummin00il00 Festival Downtown Hogansville, Saturday and Sunday, October 21" & 22  1897 ]C Main St., ltogansville (1-85, Exit 28) Ph: 637-6050 Fax: 637-6052 Sun-Thurs 5AM-10:00PM Fri & Sat 5AM-11PM Cmdng Allable ,S'pecialties fi'on  amto d the wrld! GREEK ITALIAN MEXICAN AMERICAN Chicken Steaks Seafood Appetizers * Salads Hoaxes & Cones CHILDREN'S MENU -- Rickey, Polly & Kevin Banks -- gairq Oueen" Welcome to the HUMMINGBIRD FESTIVAL Hogansville High Reunion DAIRY QUEEN OF HOGANSVILLE 305 Hwy. 29 South Sun-Thurs 11-9 Fri & Sat 11-10 Coupon Specials lillllllllllillllililill Brazier Hogansville Only Thru 12/31/00 Brazier Hogansville Only Thru 12/31/00 | the known the Woddt Monday, ,October 23, 2000 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. War m Springs Village Mall Festival Fun Starts Continued From page 1A The festival starts on Saturday at 10 a.m. with more than 70 crafters and ven- dors on hand with games, rides, food and fun for all members of the family. There will be a train traveling through downtown for the kids to enjoy as well as a giant slide, petting zoo, pony rides, space walk, a radar challenge and much more. The adults will browse through the shops with a giant flea market planned at the Painted Lady on Main Street. Arts and crafts booths will be stationed for convenience, easy shopping and just 'looking around' for moms and dads. "Wanda Lowe has done a tremendous job with the entertainment for this year's festival," Stankiewicz said. Michael Hughes, a 1971 H0gansville graduate, is setting up all the sound equip-. ment for the entertainment. Mandy Aldrich, daughter of Hogansville City Manager David Aldrich and a Callaway High student will sing on Saturday, the Side-Winders will dance and clog and Carol Cain, Troup County Teacher of the Year, will tell stories all at the Calvin Hipp Park. The fun begins at 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. The festival starts at noon on Sunday with live gospel entertainment, including the Christianairs and Mary Weldon of LaGrange. The singing starts at i p.m. at the Calvin Hipp Park across from the First Methodist Church. The Antioch and First Baptist Church choirs will also perform in the afternoon along with the "New Generation" Worship service will be held Hogansville Elementary School um at 9 a.m / Again this year, Moreland, and Hogansville are participating. Passport Program where you can w For more information on this tact Bill Stankiewicz at (706) The Wilson Brothers Hummingbird Station donated $2,000 festival. Other merchants which donations are McKibben Funeral Lil' Joe's Body Shop, Pharmacy, Days Inn, First Flag West Inn, Dairy Queen and Realty. All profits from the festival toward the restoration of the Ro, (City Hall). Court Continued From page 1A the noise ordinance. Robert Mitchell, for unau- thorized accumulation of refuse, was fined $415.00, and given 6 months probation. He must also have his property cleaned up within 10 days. Tricia Ann Rushton was fined $76.50 for defective equipment. Bobby Gene Smith was fined $15 for a seatbelt viola- tion. Jeffrey Spader, for open burning, was fined $285. Johnnie Willie Spradlin was fined $15 for a seatbelt viola- tion. Janice L. Stinson was fined $15 for a seatbelt violation. Bryan Keith Thompson was bound over to state court for failure to maintain lane, D.U.I. and driving with a suspended license. Gene Autry White, Jr., for expired driver's license/failure to appear, and no proof Of insur- ance, was fined $895 with 12 months' probation on each charge, with sentences to run consecutively. The Mark of...uh...'Zero' DIFFERENT, TO PUT IT MILDLY- "Zero the Hero" passes out treats to Hogansville ond graders to celebrate the 40th day of school recently. As part of an ongoing ten, "Zero" visits classrooms every ten days with surprises for the students. By FranceS Plymouth Voyagel $3,995 TIO0 '91 Cadillac Deville '00 Impala s5,995 *16, 97 '97 Geo Tracker *7,890 '98 Chew $10 LS *11,885 '97 Olds Regency 3,900 "With Approved Credit '99 Olds *| DOWN PAYMENT 11 6, *| PAYMENTS FOR 13 MONTHS *O INTEREST FOR FIRST 12 MONTHS '00 $17, '00 Chew $20, CHEVROLET- OLDSMOBILE Genuine Chevro/et 700 UUZ ZOI------.,----"-'=--'-A U.S. 27-New Franklin Road LaGrange 1.80(00