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Chuck is sometimes known s the "Colonel," was in superi- 'shape for the contest between Cavaliers and the Tigers as as all the homecoming Callaway won the opening toss and elected to receive an offensive attack continued throughout the On the first play from scrim- senior running back Deon went 66 yards for a n removing only :20 from the game clock. CaUaway kicked to Temple vent three downs and punted the ball away. was returned to mid- by Jamaal Keyton for the On the first play Mitchell down the field Callaway's second touch- untouched by the Temple His touchdown and the gave the Cars a 14- • minutes into the first play. Temple's offense couldn't yardage in the first but did managed to pass down near the end of first quarter. The Cavs' only blemish on unit was when Matheny missed his first )t for a Callaway field close out the first stan- of play. At about eight minutes in the second quarter, the back-up quar- called on to fill the of Deyemrius Smith. plays every play on Hester is on all the special Hester completed one for a 24 yard gain. Smith plays both ways for He is now the start- ing quarterback and makes big contributions on defense as a safety. During the entire game Callaway used four quarter- backs: Smith, Hester, Chris Smith and "Secret Agent Man" Jonathan Pike. All four did well and moved the ball. Deon Boykin scored anoth- er touchdown half way through the second quarter. Callaway slipped in another touchdown with seconds left in the half with Jaque "Rock" Tigner carrying the mail. Score at the half was Callaway 35 and Temple 0. The RED team and the Chinese Bandits played the entire second half for CaUaway. Head Coach Sonny Cummings had predicated field goals attempts for kicker Brent Mathany. In the third quarter, Mathany took a second try and the kick was good making the score 38-0, Canaway. Leading the Red Team offense for the Cavs included: Chris Smith, Chakevius Harrison, Roderick Smith, Jerome Dean, Lonnie Thornton, Nick White, Tony Stragill, McArthur Jennings, Kowasski Patterson, Matt Smith, Karl Hajdasz and Marrio Towns. Adam Pike had a real good game on defense for the Cavaliers. #61 made several key quar- terback sacks. Matt Ogletree is back for his second week in a row after missing several weeks with a knee injury. Matt was the leading tack- Ier in the Temple game with six stops. He is the long snapper on punts and other kicking situa- tions. Many times Ogletree makes the snap yet is fast enough to be one of the first down field to introduce himself to the punt receiver. The Bandit defense was lead by Michael Cook, Joshua Watts, and Brian Williams. With four minutes left in the game Jonnie Stoney #44 made a 10 yard run for Callaway's final score. 45-0. While the Cars saw their largest crowd of the season, the Tigers didn't have many fans make the trip to Hogansville. Many times this season there were more people on the Callaway side when the CAVS were on the road than on the home team side. Prior to kickoff, one of the Tiger coaches said the Tigers were "in a building mode this season and that they had a lot of young players." Next game is at Mt. Zion, Friday, October 22 at 8 p.m. Queen of CaUaway... HOMECOMING QUEEN - Shannon Norrell (left) was named the 1999 Callaway High School Homecoming Queen Friday night dur- ing half time of the Callaway contest with Temple. Pictured with Norrell are Principal Stephanie Phillips-Hardy (center) and the 1998 Queen Tamisha Cousin. Photo w J. osn sos=. Strategic Planning Process Underway For Troup Schools Dr. Roy Nichols, superintendent of the Troup County School System, announced a strategic planning process beginning in January 2000 that will determine directions and set areas of pri- ority through the year 2003. Staff members, parents, students and citizens from the com- munity will be encouraged to serve on the Strategic Planning Committee. "We'd like to have 100 staff members and 100 com- muniW representatives assist us with the strategic planning process," said Nichols. Individuals are requested to apply to serve on the Administrative Planning Committee. Applications will be avail- able in schools, at the Administrative Services Center, 200 Mooty Bridge Road, Instructional Support Services, 3157 Roanoke Road, in the newspaper and at strategic locations throughout the com- munity such as the public library and the Chamber of Commerce. In addition, citizens who want to serve on the committee may call the Public Relations Office at 812-7900. Planning meetings will be held in January, February, March and April. The Superintendent's staff will receive information, decide or/ strategies for addressing goals, establishing the final priority list, make a presentation to the Board of Education and report back to the Strategic Planning Committee. The Strategic Plan will be presented to all citizens of troup County ih May, 2000. "It is most important that the citizens of Troup County set goals for the school system," said Dr. Nichols. "We encourage all inter- ested citizens and staff members to apply to assist with the process." LaGrange Man Facing Charges of Assault and Cruelty to Children A LaGrange man is in jail charged with three counts of aggravated assault on his wife, mother-in-law and child. Harvey Lee Parker,31, of Doughtery SWeet was arrested Friday afternoon near the scene. The victims told deputies that they had gone to the Admiral Benbow Inn to speak with Parker about getting child support. According to the wife, Parker went to his vehicle for the money and came out with a rifle. As the three victims fled the scene, Parker fired one shot from the rifle, striking the vic- tim's vehicle in the back win- dow, shattering the glass. No one was injured. In addition to the three counts of aggravated assault, Parker is also being charged with cruelty to a child and pos- session of a firewm dttrmg the commission of a crime. Hogansville City Court Results Results of the Hogansville City Court held recently are as follows: * Bowie, Penny Jo - Passing in no passing zone - ET.A.; .Brewer, Jason Lee Speeding 62/45 - ET.A.; • Brown, Joe Nathan Disorderly conduct - Continued until Nov. 11, 1999; .Burnham, Angela S. - No Seat Belt - $15.00 fine; .Camille, Beauvoir Insecure Load - $140.00 fine; • Chambers, Joseph Expired License, $1,000 bond forfeited; D.U.I., $1,000 bond forfeited; *Chipman, Mary Jane - No Seat Belt - $15.00 fine; .Clark, Steven - Driving While License Suspended - Continued until Nov. 11, 1999; .Clement, Charlie A. Failure to yield with accident - $140 fine; *Cline, Jerry G. - D.U.I. - continued until Nov. 11, 1999; expired drivers license - con- tinued until Nov. 11, 1999; tail- Bryan Geter/Staff [RD FESTIVAL - The annual Hummingbird Festival was held this past weekend in In the photo above, Hogansvilie Police Chief Hilton Odom and his wife, Robyn, admire house created by a local craftsman. Please see page 5 for more photographs. gate requirement - continued until Nov. 11, 1999; • Cook, Sheree D. Disregarding stop sign, $76.50; • Cox, Gary - Insecure load, $140.00 fine; • Daniel, Mary A. - No Seat Belt - $15.00 fine; • Daniel, Raemond M. Disregarding Stop Sign $220.00 fine, 12 months proba- tion, Driving on Suspended License- $1275.00 fine, 10 days community service, 12 months probation; • Davison, Janice L. Disregarding Stop Sign, $76.50 fine; • Dawson, Tonda Darcell - Driving on Suspended License, $1275 fine, 10 days community service, 12 months probation; • Ellis, Juliaette H. - No Seat Belt, $15.00 fine; • Evans, Melissa A. - No Insurance - bound over to state, D.U.I. - bound over to state; • Fredriksen, Billy H. Disregarding R/R Crossing - $217.50 fine; • Freese, Lori Ellen Disregarding R/R Crossing - $217.50 fine; No proof insur- ance - $38.00 fine; • Gallops, Rachel D. - No Seat Belt, $15.00 fine; • Gates, Raymond Cleotis - Driving on suspended license, $1275 fine, 10 days communi- ty service, 12 months proba- tion; • Glanton, Emma Lou Disorderly conduct - $545 fine, 10 days community service, 6 months probation; • Grigsby, Lewis William - Speeding 85170, F.T.A. 9/9/99 - suspend license; • Glanton, Willie James - No Seat Belt - $15.00 fine; • Goodman, Shirley A. - No Seat Belt - $15.00 fine; • Hall, Angela Denise - Child Restraint Law - $36.25 fine; • Harrington, Billy - No proof insurance, nolle prossed, driving on suspended license - $1275 fine, 10 days communi- ty service, 12 months proba-' tion - disregarding stop sign, $76.50 fine; • Hayes, Gloria Tigner - Disorderly conduct - continued until Nov. 11, 1999; • Heard, James Frank - No Tag, $150 fine- No I.D. on truck, $100 fine; • Hendrix, Patrick Edward - Driving on suspended license, $975 fine, 5 days community service, 12 months probation; • Hughes, Charlie J. - Disregarding stop sign, contin- ued until Nov. 11, 1999, passing in no passing zone, continued until Nov. 11, 1999; • Hutchins, Daniel C. - Passing in no passing zone, $76.50 fine- no proof insurance, $38.00 fin; • Jackson, Monte E. - No seat belt, $15.00 fine; • Jenkins, Clarissa L. Disregarding stop sign, $105.00 fine, 12 months probation (sus- pended upon payment of fine); • Johnson, Campbell Expired license, bench warrant issued - too fast for conditions, bench warrant issued - tag not valid, bench warrant issued; • Josie, Anthony - D.U.I. - $1,000 fine; • Knight, Ricky Dale - Open container, continued until Nov. 11, 1999 - driving on suspend- ed license, continued until Nov. II, 1999; • Lane, Gregory - Driving on suspended license, nolle prossed, $155.00 fine, 6 months probation (reduced to driving with no license, probation sus- pended upon payment of $155.00 fine); • Martin, Bradell - No seat belt, $15.00 fine; • Merrill, Linda D. Disregarding stop sign, $76.50 fine; • Morris, Dixie D. - No seat belt, $15.00 fine; • Munson, Lynda Baldwin - Theft by shoplifting, continued until released from jail; • Myers, Lora Jane - Driving on suspended license, bound over to state; • Oates, Bradley M. Expired license, bench warrant issued - no proof insurance, bench warrant issued; • O'Neal, Roy Allen - No parking zone, $155.00 fine, six months probation; • Phillips, Deanthony - pub- lic drunk, merged with con- surnption under 21; disorderly conduct - $155.00 fine, 5 days community service, 6 months probation; • Pike, Jamie T. - No seat belt, $15.00 fine; • Reeves, Clinton Kinte - V.G.C.S.A. - $795.00 fine, 5 days community service, 12 months probation (drug and alcohol evaluation)- No seat belt, $15.00 fine; • Sanchez, Bernardo F. Failure to Maintain Record of Duty Status, F.T.A.; • Smith, Noble Lee Speeding 70/55, $115.00 fine; • Smith, Tammy Lynn Disregarding Stop Sign, $76.50; • Snyder, Eric Bolan - Theft by shoplifting, continued until Nov. 11, 1999; • Thomas, Ben Edward Jr. - Disorderly conduct, continued until Nov. 11, 1999; • Turner, William A. - No seat belt, F.T.A. - Disregarding stop sign, ET.A.; • Wanagas, Charles Disregarding stop sign, $76.50 fine; • Johnson, Willie Ralph - Child restraint, continued until Nov. 11, 1999 - Driving on sus- pended license, continued until Nov. 11, 1999; • Townsen, Lisa Darlene - Expired license, warning. ©