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PAGE 2 It()(;ANSVnA,V: HOM: NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2000 Dennis Johnson,S., Fest',val Draws 4,000 at Parkway Motors, Inc. [ i Continued From Page 1A No Problem people make the WaI-Mart DC 6054 Difference Join the world's best retailing team, recognized by Fortune Magazine as one of the most admired compa- nies in the world. As a member of the WaI-Mart team you will receive competitive wages and enjoy benefits including: merchandise discount, 401(k), stock pur- chase plan, profit sharing, health benefit and career advancement opportunity. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE ORDERFILLING, RECEIVING AND SHIPPING 2ND AND WEEKEND SHIFTS AVAILABLE. Apply at the Distribution Center 385 Calloway Church Rd. LaGrange, GA Wal-Mart is an Equ',d ()pF)rtunity Emplo?c POLITICKING - The huge crowd at the festival was a good oppor- tunity for hand shaking by office-seekers. Here, Troup Probate Judge Donald Boyd shakes the hand of Festival Committee mem- ber Sybil Harrison as J.W. Norred looks on. ALL Mortge 3 to Choose From, Auto, Air, AM/FM Cassette Auto, Factory Air, Sporty, Luxury Interior, Sport Wheel Covers, Am/FM Stereo Cass. More than 70 exhibits including food galore for the men, games and rides for the kids, arts and crafts for the ladies, were on display through- out downtown Hogansville. Funnel cakes, hotdogs and cotton candy seemed to be the festival favorite foods along with ice cold Coca Cola on the warm sunny afternoons. The kids loved the petting zoo and almost every child want- ed to ride the ponies. The Hogansville Greenwave class reunion was on tap for Saturday night as more than 300 former class- mates returned to their former "stomping grounds" with a "sock-hop" at the on gym on Saturday night. As one man put it, "there were more hugs on Main Street Saturday than there had ever been." Wanda Lowe did a great job with the entertainment on Saturday as well as Sunday. , On Saturday, Callaway High q51 a Mo.* s9,695 2000 ' Fo- 90/, L,,, to:006 ao rd or 2.9% Up to 60 Mo./ Expedition ..... '19,945 2000 Chrysler 300M's* "See dealer for details V6, Auto, Power Windows, ,. ..... ..... Power Locks, Tilt, Cruise, (;ass. *16 960 hosed on nw. I; 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo Only 2 left. Totally Loaded! Crowcab, PW, PL, Power Stroke Diesel, Cruise, Alloy Wheels '18,999 1500 SLT,, PW, PL, AM/FM Stereo Cass., Ainrru Wheels, 40/20/40 Luxury Cloth Seats, 39 Mo Lease. $999 Due on signing. 0 Security Deposit. 12,000 M/les a year. 15 per mile'over allot- ed miles. #3054, #3058, #3(9, #3060 21m '2000 OR 0 9%'"" 39 Month Lease, $1.a74D00on R,=hat.........e, . ,sn,. 12,000 miles a year and 15 per mile over alotted miles. PW, PL, PS, AMIFM St.vro Cassette -V6, 24 Value, HO Engine. #2411, #20416 Short Wheel Base, One Owner, AM/FM Cassette, Tilt, Cruise '13,944 I BOmB Auto, Factory Nr, PW, PL, Speed Control, Luxury Interior, Sport Wheels '10,960 PW, PL, Over Head Console, OWL Tires, AM/FM Stereo Cassette and more. 10 MORE AT SIMILAR PRICES. 39 Month Lease - 12,000 miles a year, 15 a mile over the alotted miles. '1,374 Due on Signing. #3O87 Laramie, I/8, Auto, Power Windows, Power Locks, Bed Liner '12,990 School student Hogansville's own Aldrich enlightened the with beautiful songs, Carol Troup County Teacher Year, read stories and the l Winders danced and clog. Sunday was desi 'Gospel Day' as the day out with services at the renovated Ha Elementary Auditorium. In the afternoon, gospel groups including Last Generation, Mary and The Christianairs formed at the Calvin HippI You could tell it is an l tion year as the babies in their ,, ing for votes. Stankiewicz said this festival was fantastic and successful. "All I have since the festival has itive," he said. "Sybil and Wanda Lowe did by suggesting the reunion, is what .put us Plans for the next al ready in the making. SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE - Hogansville Police Chief Odom purchases some homemade jelly from Alyce Gray Halloween Activities Continued From Page 1A p.m. There will be pony rides, hayrides, carnival games, cake walk, balloons, costumes, food and lots and lots of fun for the entire family. There's more fun next week- end, too., The Lone Oak Festival will be held Nov. 4th from 9AM until 4 There will be homemade baked food, gifts, quilts, jams lies. All proceeds will go to I United Methodist Church. Police Crackdown Continued From Page 1A age to the poles and can injure utility workers. Putting signs on your own sticks won't be a problem, he said. IN OTHER police news, a two-vehicle accident on Askew Street resulted in no injuries and only slight damage to the vehicles. On Saturday, October 19 at approximately 2:30 p.m., Noble Lee Cotton of 501W.Main Street in Hogansville driving a 1990 Cutlass Oldsmobile was travel- hag west on Askew Ave. About the same time E. Cochran of 2( driving a 2000 PathFinder, bej of her driveway and ran passenger side of the car ing slight damage to the No citations were the incidents according Hogansville Department. Since Halloween is Odom warns all childre 1 are going Trick wear bright colored clothe  accept only candy by the company. He careful as you cross the and always go in groups, Veterans Pkwy. To Be 4-Laned Adjoins New Muscogee County High School, Middle School & Elementary School City Water and Sewer Available Easy Access From 1-185, Veterans Pkwy. 5 Minutes From Columbus Metropolitan Fastest Growing Area In Muscee Co. Zoned AG And R-1 * Offered in 32 Tracts, From 5_+ Acres to 101t And As A Whole Within 1.5 Miles of The Approved 300+- Acre Mall Development Site on Pkwy. Adjacent to New Airport . 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