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PAGE 8 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2000 Senior Center Has Full Slate The West Georgia Medical Center will be doing blood pressure screenings at the Hogansville Senior Center on Tuesday, October 24th. The seniors are planning a shopping trip to Commerce on Friday, December 1st. Anyone interested, call the center. Events each week at the center are: Mondays, ceramics, Bridge; Tuesdays, quilting, painting, Bingo and exercise; Wednesdays, crafts, MahJongg; Thursdays, jacket class, quilting, Bingo, singing; Fridays, Dominoes, walking. The Thrift Store is open every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 to 1 p.m. The Beauty Shop is open by appointment. Two Nominated for Heisman Callaway High School has nominated two of its outstand- ing class of 2001 seniors, Erin Chandler and Jial He, to com- pete in the 2000 Wendy's High School Heisman Program. The LaGrange students were select- ed for their academic accom- plishments, athletic prowess and commitment to communi- ty service to compete with some of the most accomplished high school men and woman in the nation. The program, now in its sev- enth year, was created through a partnership between Wendy's, the National Association of Secohdary School Principals (NASSP) and the Downtown Athletic Club of New York City the home to the Heisman Memorial Trophy since 1935. "These students embody the best our nation's high schools have to offer," said Dave Thomas, Wendy's founder and TV spokesperson. "They have contributed so much to their schools and communities and really deserve to be recog- nized." Principals at the nation's estimated 23,000 high schools are invited to nominate one male and one female student for the awards competition based on academic achievement, athlet- ic accomplishment and a com- mitment to community service. Entries will be evaluated by the scholastic review service. Congratulations to Mrs. Henrietta Nalls Studstill of GrantviUe, who appeared on the Bobby Jones Gospel Show Sunday, October 8. Get-well wishes go out to Mrs. Linda Hamilton of Grantville, who underwent knee surgery. A very special happy birth- day to Mrs. Ola Kate Pace of Grantville on her 90 years young on October 22nd and more happy birthdays to come. Don't forget - October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A very special happy birth- day to Mr. Calvin Breed of Lone Oak-Grantville on his 80 years young on October 23rd and more happy birthdays to come. The Great Pumpkin brings happy birthday greetings to: Ramon Andrell Addie, son of Ms. Betty Addie, Ms. Patricia Colton, Mrs. Ann Cousins, Mr. W.E. Carter, Jr., Ms. Annice Griggs, Ashley Hines, Mr. Levi Jackson, Mr. Eddie Johnson, Ms. Joyce Colton, Mr. Alexis Dewayne Owens, Mr. Devon E Pace, Mrs. Beatrice Porter, Mr. Lorenzo McCall, Sr., Mr. Antonio Richardson, Mr. Tony Colton, Ms. Agnes Boston, Mrs. Gertrude Cousins, Mr. Melvin Nails, in memory of Mr. Marvin Clark, in memory of Mr. Harold Hines, in memory of Mr. Samuel Lewis Hines, Mr. John Glover Rutledge, St., Brandon Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Eula) Smith, Ms. Patricia Smith, Mrs. Vickie P. Smith, Mrs. Sara W. Clark, Mr. Larry Smith, in memory of Mrs. Mildred Malcolm, Deacon Johnny Freeman, in memory of Mr. Millage Stepp, in memory of Mrs. Lurlene Freeman, in memory of Mrs. Grace R. Wheelous, Ms. Laura H. Woods, in memory of Mrs. Williams, Ahna Zachary, and Courtney Williams, daughter of Mrs. Roger Williams. Mrs. Lugenia Grantville is resting in a i bilitation center. You are Installation Service for Billy Joe Jehovah Baptist Grantville on Sunday, 22 at 3:00 p.m. The service will be J.T. Coleman, Hill Baptist Church, The White Plains Methodist Church, St. community invites ever Sunday, October 29 at 11 with guest speaker, Chris Owens, a Zion Hill Missionary Church, Luthersville. lic is invited. Rev. W.E. the pastor, Rev. Geor associate pastor. * L* * C* JACKIE .WARD CLERK, SuperioiGourt, Troup County Itailroad ]9 All Aboard for Railroad Pays! EXPERIENCED- QUALIFIED- ,k 27 years legal experience 8 years of dedicated service to the citizens of Troup County as Chief Deputy Clerk of the Superior Court * Lifelong resident of Troup County "EXPERIENCE COUNTS" .......... PLEASE VOTE JACKIE WARDTAYLOR '.  • ON ELECTION DAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2000 Paid Political Announcement. October 20 th & 21 st " **" Pizza Balmier Chrysler A r00rain liSA October 21st & 22nd Stop mini • Nations only traveling art museum on a train • Artistry of space Arhvorks from NASA & National Air and Space Museum • Railfan Reception • History of Talbotton Short Line Railroad - Mike Buckner RAILROAD DISPLAY CALLAWAY CENTER • Personal collection displays • Model layouts • Railroadiana sales by vendors • Display contests • Model contests • Outdoor display TASTE OF MANCHESTER OBSERVATION DECK • Live entertainment • Sample local food favorites • Trainwatching 'til dawn • Food available • Rotary Club Car Show • Observation Deck FREE Delivery Within Hogansville Welcome to The Hummingbird Festival! Hot Win, 706-637-6000 Fuesda)-Thursda) 5-9PM Frida)-Saturda) 5- IOPM 1803 E. Main St. HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED AUTO .LOANS DUE TO YOUR PAST CREDIT HISTORY? GOOD CREDIT, BAD for a quick ver th qualification. 706-652-1259 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE