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_  ;t HOr;ANSVlta.E HOME N:WS Ittl<sl)aY, OCTOBER 19, 2000 I A( .... 5 5i 17 Z , i! ..... .... i,ii i'ii!i 7i By Bryan Geter PLAYED WELLH - The Callaway Cavaliers played well even though they suffered at 17-13 loss to Grady this past Friday night. having an outstanding game include: (left to right) Chris Smith, James Iousa and McArthur Jennings. Geter By Chad Harrington TRYING TO GET OUTSIDE - Callaway's Reggie Jackson tries to get outside on the Grady defense as Brian Stargill attempts to block. Slips Past Callaway Cavaliers, 17-13 Mark Hajdasz led the team Towns added 2 5 Callaway was penalized six Manchester Blue Devils last week Cavaliers lost g region contest Friday night in Atlanta the Grady Knights at Stadium, 17-13. loss brings the CAVS to 2-5, overall and 1-5 in t little chance of making the BREWER had another as he led Callaway : 146 yards on 18 carries and carries. ended the night 146 total yards as quarter- Brian Hester and Chris for three in pass- 10a the night. with 8.5 tackles.He was followed Brent Matheny was one for times for 70 yards. ThegamewillbeplayedatCallaway by James Iousa with 6 and Chris one in P.A.T.'s and Jacque Tigner Stadium in LaGrange and kickoff Smith with 4.5. Brian Hester and had four kickoff returned for 104 THIS FRIDAY NIGHT the time is set for 7:30 p.m. Jon Thornton added 4 each. Matt yards for an average of 26 yards Cavaliers will host the Larnar Come out and help support the Stargill made 3 tackles and Mario per carry. County Trojans, who upset the Cavaliers Sheriff' Tells Hunters To Keep Eyes Open Troup County Sheriff Donny 1hrner wants to remind area hunters that with the beginning of hunting season, they should also be on the lookout for haz- ardous materials used in making methamphetamine. Due to the dangers of making methamphet- amine indoors, many people choose to make the drug outside. On October 15 a methampheta- mine cook site was found beside a creek near the Ramp Road Access. Items to be on the lookout for include casings from lithium bat- CAVALIERS PLAYED on defense allowing the 253 yards rushing and 11 yards passing for a total yards. Key West 1-85 Exit 28, INN Hogansville (706) 637-9395 1-800-833-0555 WU-Iope yoy &jo the. gbwd esttal! West Ray Cheatham Antiques & Collectibles 304 E. Main St., Hogansville (706) 637-6227 1/2 PRICE SALE teries, engine starting fluid cans, used coffee filters used to filter the finished product, Mason glass jars, sports-type bottles with tub- ing connected to the bottles or any other cooking type materi- als. IF ANYONE FINDS any materials similar to these men- tioned, please do not attempt to handle them. Call 911 as soon as possible so that a drug officer can make arrangements to have them removed by professionals. "Some of the chemicals become very hazardous when mixed and could be harmful or fatal if inhaled," says Sheriff Turner. MANAGEMENT $80 - $100K PER YEAR Expansion has us in a bind, we're opening new offices monthly, sales management experience helpful, but training is provided for the right individual. Profit sharing and insur- ance available. Call Sabrina at 770-252-1929 (E.O.E.) SAILS $500 - $1000 PER WEEK Multimillion dollar Georgia based corporation opening new branches in your area, need all positions filled. Advancement opportumtms available. Call Mike at 770-252-1930 (E.O.E.) Troup Schools Lunc h Menu October 23 Chicken nuggets, creamed potatoes, English peas, school baked roll, fruit, choice of milk. October 24 Corn dog, baked beans, tater tots, fruit, choice of milk. October 25 Baked ham, sweet potatoes, seasoned green beans, hot rolls, fruit, choice of milk. October 26 Manager's choice. October 27 Cheeseburger, lettuce and tomato, french fries, fresh fruit, choice of milk. in store originally under $100 is now half price!) See you at C Humminsbird Fc&ival Downtown Hogansville, Oct 21 & 22 Special Opening Sunday, Oct. 22, 12 noon - 6 p.m. u, for ,,. , l .U '  us for Custom Arrows The Block lye make arrows to order using only a revolutionary arrow target the beut componts T -A--D-I--N G POS T 123 West Main Street * (706) 846-3620 Manchester We are proud to announce that we are now a dealer for Mathews Bows NEW and in stock now The smoothest-shooting bow Mathews has ever built! The Q2XL is tailored for shooters who prefer a longer bow featuring the new harmonic damping system he @,ILL l destined to wm m 2000 Its Ionj ruler is it|it preferred by r T M tthva Pr She'" nPefitte Itre tt cemrlbet t ItabgitY "  " "" wil}tout  --------- Sy V.em TM (pat=r,t Imn41) Il tght SrgLi luatm2 ,- The fL wiR coilt numy - maa  cupi md helm W Imt J Make o of the t your own / Also in stock Mathews  Mathes ' newest features --- ..... 00399 ql selection of "--"'" with prices O0 Stands starting at . W "#1 STAFRNG SERVlCEIN NEWNAN CAN OFFER YOU! Lab Technician w/Excellent Math SkilLs Crane Operator Local Position Machine Operators Welder - Mig or Tig Inspection- 1 yr exp. General Administrative Payroll, Basic Accounting, Quickbooks, Word, Excel CHASE ISTAFFIN(, SERVICES 20 Baker Rd, Suite 10 Newnan, GA 30265 770-252-2202 - Fax: 770-252-2421 www.jobs @ chasestaffing.com ll!or'" The education of our children and politics don't mix! Dan voted against the Governor's Education Reform Bill, because it is not the reform we needin the 29th District. Although 22 Republican State Senators voted against the Bill, now the Georgia Republican Party is bombarding this election with fliers that attack Dan for his vote, supposedly against education, listing issues that were contained in the Governor's Bill (HB 1187). "I don't vote i for or against a party, I vote on the issues, inde- pendent ofpolit- ical pressure.'. When it comes to Education you can be sure our children control my votenot a political ad campaign or a political party headquartered in Atlanta." Paid For By DAN LEE, Our Smm Senator VOTE FOR QUALITY EDUCATION Vote November 7th DAN LEE Our State Senator Credibility you can't replace!