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PAGE 10 - HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - OCTOBER 14, 1999 00ogansville Happenings Free Dinner on Thanksgiving St. Marks Community Service Center is selling tick- ets that will provide some lucky person with a free Thanksgiving dinner with turkey and all the fixings this Thanksgiving Day. The service center will hold a fish fry and sandwich sale on November 5 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. located on Highway 100. Tickets, for the free Thanksgiving dinner are now being sold for a price of $1. Commissioner Offers Aid Georgia residents with insurance problems or ques- tions can receive assistance directly from the state Insurance Commissioner's office by contacting his insur- ance investigator working in your area. An investigator from the office is scheduled to be in Greenville from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on October 18 at the court- house. Please call the court- house at (706) 672-1314 to con- firm the investigator's sched- ule. In addition to receiving assistance with insurance prob- lems or questions Commissioner Oxendine's office offers complimentary homeowner, automobile and life insurance policy reviews. This service is designed to provide you with information you should know before purchasing insur- ance and how to avoid common  Win a Fg.EE Oreamsicles "Yours Truly" 1999 Event Figurine Come join the fun! Our "Dreamsicles Day" Event is your ONE TIME ONLY opportunity to own this 'mited Edition cherub figurine! Bring your friends! Door prizes Refreshments OCTOBER 23 ..... 1:0o til 4:oo pm at Warm Springs Village Mall 69 Broad Street Warm Springs, Georgia 3183o 006) 655-266 www.warmspringsga.com Mary Ellen McDuffie, owner mistakes. If you cannot meet with the investigator during these hours you can speak to an investiga- tor by phone at 1-800-656-2298 or you can write the details of your problem and send them to the following address: John Oxendine, Commissioner of Insurance, State of Georgia, 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Atlanta, GA 30334, Attention Consumer Services Division. There is no fee for this service. Hallelujah Fall Festival Set Come join the fun at the Annual Hallelujah Fall Festival at Antioch Baptist Church locat- ed on Blue Creek Road. The festival will provide games, prizes, food, fun and more for the entire family. The annual festival will be held Saturday, October 23 from 5:30 p.m. until. Please come join in the fun. Heard House of Horrors Open A House of Horrors is now open in Heard County located in Centralhatchee on Favor Road. If you want to attend, look for the signs on Highway 27 North of Franklin. The House of Horrors will All the events, fun and entertainment available in the Hogansville area. ...... :.:i officially open on October 22 with the following schedule: October 23-23 from 7:30 p.m. until 12 p.m. October 28 from 7:30 p.m. until 11 p.m. October 29-30 from 7:30 p.m. until 12 p.m. A children' Halloween Carnival will be held October 29-30 from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. each evening with games, bal- loons, candy, hayrides and a cos- tume contest for the kids on October 30 at 8 p.m. For more information call, (706) 675-6186. The House of Horrors is sponsored by SAFE KIDS in Heard County. NEW 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo bAN: ,10 soa Total Due At Signing Down Payment Tolal of Payments Lease End iluyout Miles Per Year Per Miles Over Numb of Monlhs #2026 :, . s1,244.00 . ........ ...... i: $10,465.0OS!30"86 : ,:.i:  ..... i si6,369.55 12,000 IS |S 299:00 NEW 1999 Dodge Ram 4 1500 S/C Month::,/#8s68, #8195, #8424, #8061, #8555 ng $557.48 Cassette/CD/Eq ualizer, Power 4 Dr, Auto, Cassette, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Seats, lt, Cruise, Keyless Entry, Power Mirrors, Center Console, Alloy Wheels, OWL 1ires Down Payment Total of Payments Lease End Buyout Miles Per Year Per Miles Over Number of Monlhs s410.61 Windows, Power Locks, Power $14,0S3 Seats, Leather, Cruise, Keyless $13,834.60 Entry, Power Mirrors, Privacy Glass, Tutone Paint, Sliding 15,000 Rear Windows, OWL res 15 47 The Music Goes Round Concert The music goes round and comes out here concert with the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra will be held Saturday, November 6 at 8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church located on the Square in LaGrange. Tickets are available at the door and at Hill Street House and Gallery on the Square. The cost is $12 for adults and $6 for children. For more information call, (706) 882-0662. Public Hearings to Be Held The Georgia Department of Education (GDOE) and the Department of Technical and Adult Education (DTAE) announced today that a series of public hearings would be held across the state concerning the development and improvement of vocational/technical educa- tion. The hearings have been scheduled to provide citizens and educators the opportunity to offer comments andxecom- mendations on Georgia's four- year state plan for vocational/technical education and are designed to fulfill requirements included in the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of 1998. NEW 2000 Ford Mustang GT NEW ,.o Per Month Have Yore" #2019 P'f" ':. ' ' * "-..'-' ' ..- "" ..... I Home Inspected i Z99 " :.(, Ford Taurus '299 Residents ofTroupCounty  -::i: SecuHly Deposit 0  D,.,. U-,,tt,  can have their homes inspect- :-..i:Per M'on::i! TolalDueAtSlgnln] sl,O00.O0 "::(L:,-'.:" 'v'v'!?)!i:l ed for safety next week as part " "* :1'): . " .... Down Payment 5430.10 #8615 :,*:" 1 of CrimePreventionMonthwith s 0 2 Dr, Auto, V8, Equalizer, Total of Payments 14,053.00 ......... the Troup County Sheriff's $ s|, 300*00 Power Windows, Power Locks, Lease End Ionl 7,855.75 Office. Down Payment Sl,635.60 Power Seats, Leather, ]1It, Miles Per Year IS,O00 Starting Monday, any9one Tolml of Payments $14,099.$3 Cruise, Keyless Entry, Power Per Miles Over ISc who lives in Troup County can Lease End Ikwoul s1|,435.| 0 Mirrors, Center Console, OVH Number of Monllks 47 have a deputy come to their Miles Per Year 15,000 Console, Alloy Wheels, Factory lint, Rear Defogger, Fog Lights, !$ Anti-Spin Differential, GT Per Miles Over 4 Dr, Auto, 6 Cylinder, CD, PW, PL, Power Seats, rulse, Number of Momll 47 Appearance Group, Rear Keyless Entry, Power Mirrors, Center Console, Factory Tint, Rear Spoiler, Anti-Lock Brakes Spoiler, Moonroof, 5 Spoke Bright Aluminum 16" Wheels NEW 1999 NEW 2000 Plymouth ,; Breeze ...... " ...... Ford Focus home and check that house to see if any improvements can be made. Deputies will use a check- list to look at such things as win- dows and doors as well as out- door lighting and accessibility for burglars.The inspections will continue through Saturday. "We've been doing this for ..... "::":' :" $ qmdt 0 . .. several years now," Sheriff $500.00., -* '.,,  Do IIII s469. il ",....&... Donny Turner says. "We beleve Down P ss.07  1 .- - " Total of iayls $9,099.65  11 IICCW "-'J thinkit's makingso. If wea eandifferenCe'educate res-We Miles Per Year !|,0OO  . ,, ._ ...._ $7,S70.15 .- : : ,:: .=- Per Miles Over lSc ............... rer MOflth , :.i idents on ways to keep burglars Per Miles Over 13551 :-k .. .: ( ' Number of Mont 3 S "::;:-L% -:J:ll bforeUt' weit actuallYhappens.,,prevent crime Number of Momd ..... :; .... " :,..,::.:." 4 Door, Automatic, Air, CO, PowerLocks, Spoiler, II 4 Door, Automatic, Keyless Entry, Power Mirrors, Aluminum One of the things that Wheels, Factory Tint, Sporty Expresso Package Plus Your MonthlyTaxes Tachometer, Fog Lights, ALL NEW 1 deputies often recommend when they do these home secu- rity checks is to have deadbolt locks installed on all doore. This makes entry into a home hard- er for would-be thieves. Most of the time, if entry is not easy, the burglar will find another home that is easy. "We don't like burglaries any more than the citizens do. It's a hard crime to solve," Turner continues. "If we convince everyone to follow a few more safety procedures, we have fewer burglaries. In the long run, this ounce of prevention is worth several pounds of inves- tigations." to have a home inspected, residents cancall the Troup County Sheriff's Office at 883- 1616 or they can cal 911. A deputy will schedule a time that fits the resident to do the inspec- tion. Crime Prevention M0 continues with more activid including several red ribl ceremonies and the annualt of red ribbons on the borderS Troup County with other Sl iff's offices. Judgement Journey Faith Baptist Church ed at 552 Hammett LaGrange will al program called "Jud Journey" this week be Thursday night, October 21 runs Friday It will also be presented: week beginning on night through Saturday The program which than 6,000 viewed last year began each night at dark. Program director, Crowe said that they 10,000 viewers this year. Reservation are re( for groups of more than one under 16 will be unless accompanied by adult. Tickets booths open at 6 Make plans to eat at the bar. Remember that Gospel singing is while waiting for your For more information (706)884-3100 or, How to Calendar To have your news included in this calendar, can reach us by at 8122, by fax at by mail at: Calendar, P. O. 426, Hogansville, 30230. THE DEADLINE IS DAY AT 12 NOON News tries to include all Community Calendar received each week, times space will not allow items to be printed. To your items make the page, please provide us copy at least one week your event. Do you need a." L I leb-ste .P Cookbook? Fly Hitory ? BUSINESS LOGO Let me do s/r you. 706-672-9489 EAST GATE PO Box 31 / Woodhurv 30293 HOOFERS IRF, I At )RAN! & 3472 Hogansvillc Road LaGrangc, GA 30241 THE BEST OF Friday November 5, 2:00 p.m. EST Lonesome River Band, Goldwing November 6, 12:30 p.m EST Seldom Scene and 8 other bands 110 RV HOOKUPS ON