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October 21, 2004

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DAY, OCT. 21, 2004 PAGE 3-A ew ain ~, w.?2~uclents Fred ',lecti ,~;~eritage Day aid ,bs;nt~ll of Wonder ; up to )ts .m~Hogansville Elementary )y 5 P~lcelebrated Heritage on Friday, October 15th. ~The annual celebration ~to the founding of the city ..... ~ogansville, which was i!~ered on October 12, ~:~~.. ~1 Students and staff ~ ~d in 19th century garb ~enjoyed a day of craft +P: ~onstrations, history les- ~, antiques, musm, ge~nes, i~elling, and fun. OLD TIMEY- Hogansville Elementary School Principal Bret Bryant, Elaine Pendl, Frances Robinson and Lee Anne Hendrix gave his students a taste of how things were done long before they were loom on Heritage Day at the school recently. ART- Abbigail Arrington and ! de Kazmi (center) get information on quilt- IN STYLE - Some students chose to dress in 19th century garb: Justin Hamler and Alana Striblin b, ood, Clean Fun Chapel Church Festival Planned for Saturday Bethel Chapel Baptist will be hosting a Under the Oaks on Oct. 23 from 11 until 3 p.m. Games, food, home- goods, Christmas in tables will for enjo~anent. And don't forget to take bur chance at dunking the astor, Bryan Geter, and the ~acons at the dunking ~oth. There will also be cake ~dks, face painting, a silent action table, a raffle, Bingo ad freehagrides ~dlYJood~ ressure screenings. ~t Special guests may be |~n around the grounds, like l~arky the Fire Dog, WINNER EVERY TIME - The Wheel of Fortune will be among the many children's activities planned for the Bethel Chapel Baptist Church's Festival Under the Oaks Saturday. Proceeds will help the church's building fund. Mc~mff tt~,~+~g;- LaGPan~ + + ~ Peai~ Hippie the Clown, Chief Department, Troup County. C-eronimo, Tweety Bird and Sheriffs Department and the Santa Claus. LaGrange Fire Department. Also making their pres- In ease of rain, all aetiv- ence known will be the ities will be moved inside. lanneO at ran .le ILThe Grantville Old Train i[~pot will present a night of ~d fashioned southern i~ospel singing on Saturday, ~. 23, beginning at 6 p.m. Featured will be Blue Grass Gospel, a high point quartet from Dallas; Young Spirit from Manchester; Eloise Maddox of LaGrange; Mary Weldon of LaGrange; Walter Thompson and Michelle Padgett. The singing is free and everyone is imdted. Refreshments will be avail- able. I~ ~, ocL 2z [ Diana Howington [ Ellen Davis | Jeff Bugg [ Mr. and Mrs. Troy Jones i(A) Ella Smith (M) | r~aay, Oct 22 I/ James D. Pittman !1 Robin Bugg || Tommy I~ill |] Mr. and Mrs. Jeb II.o~ing~on (A) I1| Mr. and Mrs. Rick Witter If(A) I] Mr. and Mrs. Steve | gaunders (A) Saturday, Oct. 23 Angie D. M~k Eddie Wdliamson Girleene Barnes Kevin Worthy Melissa Harris Sandra Lee Sunday, Oct. 24 Audrey Barrett Devin W~drop Kevin W'fldrop Calvin Massengale (M) Eugene Crocker (M) Monday, OcL 25 Ann Powell J. Steven Buffey Mallori Fountain Marilyn Dodson Mary Stankrewicz Michelle Purgason Robin Butler James Littlefield (M) Taesday, OCt 26 Buck Jones Jerry Calhoun Mack Reynolds Terri Freeman Vicki Bible Knox Burson (M) W~, Oct. 27 Chris Wheelus Cindy Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Randy Able (A) Hands that embrace family It isn "t always easy being a child these days. Especially if you're a child without a family. You can help give these kids the chance in life that they have been denied. Open you heart and your home to a child in need today... be a foster parent. Help fulfill the KAdsPeace mission: To give hope, help and healing to children facing crisis. Foster Care and, ,p Family Services P o , .~4 ~ Naaonal Centers~ 7O6-565-9336 www.fostercare.com The hand that heals" Fiaancial assistance and 24-hour support services available. AARP Plans Safety Class For Seniors Want to save 10% on your car insurance? You can enroll in the AARP Driver Safety Course and you may qualify for such a saving. From 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., on Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 8-9, Sidney Tate will be teaching this course at the Callaway Community Center at 121 Perry Street in Manchester. Cost is $10 per person, which covers the materials. The general public is encour- aged to attend. To register, call Nancy James at (706) 846-3741. If you have any questions about the course, call Sidney Tate at (706) 884-0089, in LaGrange. This eight-hour course (4 hours each day) is the nation,s first and largest classroom refresher course geared especially to safety needs. Some of the topics cov- ered are: how to compensate for changes in vision, hear- ing and reaction time; and- how medications may affect driving. Locations in Hogansville & Grantville 1608 Bass Cross Road at Hw): 54 (I-85 Exit 28) Hogamville Drop-offopen in Grantville at Nifty Foods I1, 5320 Hwy. 29 (Exit 35 Alterations * Draperies Shirts Laundered Leather Suede Wedding Gowns 0 C TOBER SPECIAL S Pick- ~Ip t:Rfi'E Drop-()ff'Bag! 706-637-8733 Jay dr Ellen Butts - Owners ,,i I IH II I I I IIIII Monday, Oct. 25 Chili, baked potato, fruit, saltines, cinnamon roll, choice of milk Tuesday, OCt. 26 Steak nuggets, seasoned rice, baby lima beans, hot rolls, banana pudding, choice of milk Wednesday, OCt. 27 Taco salad, lettuce, toma- to, cheese, whole kernel corn, banana bread, choice of milk TMusday, OCt. 28 BBQ, french fries, cole slaw, rosy applesauce, choice of milk Spaghetti w/meat sauce, tossed salad, hot rolls, fruit, choice of milk TrOUp In Law - D,A.R.E. and 1 C.HA.M.RS. = Senior Citizens) .Emergency Beacons for Seniors Neighborhood Watch drugs' Ill from drug dealers and this 's money i ~ :i:!il!/ , our commmty, we take enables m: Harris Satted~ld,