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October 28, 1999

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;ry dollaZ aderstanC ent of ckets gee md. Grantville-Lone Oak St. Marks News ] Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Bertha I. Miller of Grantville in her leath. God knows your grief and ars your sorrow. Mr. Anderson Portress of ]rantville was ordained a dea- th at New Hope Baptist ent is spe. 2hurch, Newnan on October 3 otteryoft Tirst Sunday). Rev. Clifford s, adverl avis delivered a soul stirring ; , _o essage. Congratulations a Alao; eacon Anderson Portress! ts a bert . . ...... , taappy Anniversary goes out totn stat 0 t n - "i: he followi g couples: Mr. wn me i , nd Mrs. Doug (Johnnie Mac) !"  _a lount on their 10th on October in ueor 7 and Mr. And Mrs. Tommy L. on cou_eorothy ) Thornton on their ntary elst on October 28. We wish .al neea I _. _ ,a.,hem many, many more. mgn sctgx. We're happy to report that ng, wrl s. Angela Sewell of Grantville t; . . _s from the hospital and doing nefalr,!cely. Ms. Sewell is staying ^ _ ith her sister, Ms. Ella Owens ! food a f St. Marks. Also, Ms. Felicia Lea. nellings of St. Marks is home . percel om the hospitaland doing fine. :o fund b Our belated sympathy goes ld get tll iut to the family of Mr. Walter eard Jr. Of Atlanta formerly Ln be pro f Meriwether County in his .'feared t leath."Earthhasnosorrowthat leaven cannot heal." y proud 0 Remember Ms. Mattie Lee llis in your prayers. On last Friday, October 22, Irs. Miriam Freeman Elder of tlanta was honored on her spe- :ial day with a surprise birth- There w lay dinner at the Golden Corral of cotto a Newnan. it was given by her laughter, Mrs. Carla Sumerlin, .a-vine ha' lister, Mrs Vita Sewell and registere,  .ke Coun[ Halloween Shaped Cookies year," till [Bats, Cats, Moons, Owls, Ghosts) Roose 9"/k eahe ax t hear tt ew Location - 4 East Lafayette Square xt montl LaGrange. GA to Wa# (7061884-7334 giving. I-l _ Op.en M-S "I illl ~pecmJt uraers- mett tet ,] Pick Up Anytime .|1 Wedding Cakes. Petit Fours and was eve I! Cheese Straws for showers aett for 11 Donuts. Pastries, Desserts, Brownies, Snacks back ..... niece, Mrs. Charlene King. There was approximately 50 people in attendance. The table was decorated with a beautiful picture of Mrs. Elder and grand- son. Of course, the large birth- day cake. She received lots of money and gifts. We hope you have many, many more happy birthdays! Our deepest sympathy goes out to Mrs. Opal Hardaway of Greenville in the death of her daughter, Mrs. Annie Dora Render of Greenville. The Great Pumpkin brings happy birthday greetings to: CaDarius Quave Carter, grand- son of Mrs. Dorothy Hines, Dr. T. B. And Mrs. (Barbara) Clayton, Mrs. Florine Colton, Mr. Kenneth Daniel, Mr. Willie C. Colton, Mrs. Marie Davis, Ms. Coretta Ford, Mrs. Constance P. Gamble, Mr. Kummy Matthews, Ms. Joyce C. Murrah, Mrs. Janie Parham, sister of Mrs. Thelma J. Wisdom, Ms. Peggy Nell Rutledge, in mem- ory of Elder Willie Leroy Pace, Rev. Ben Stanley St., in memo- ry of Mr. Bruce Stepp, Mr. Willie "Jr" Stewart, Mr. Robert Tenney, Ms. Vernita Towns, Ms. Judy Cook, Mr. Daniel Rosser, son of Ms. Ellen Rosser, Mr. Sylvester Rosser Jr., Nine Overton, Anna Thornton, Calvin Hall, grandson of Mrs. Lunia Mitchell, Mr. James M. Colton, Mrs. Margaret Houston, Mr. Dyron Gunnells, grandson of Mr. And Mrs. Curtis (Mary Hall) Griggs, Mrs. Betty Wells, daughter of Mrs. Maggie Stepp, Ms. Kimberly Diane Williams, granddaughter of Mrs. Daisy Dawson and Ms. Robin Brown, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Robert (Doris) Brown, Jr. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family, of Mrs. Annette Render of Grantville in her death. She is just away. The Community Gospel Male and Female Chorus will sponsor a Fall Musical at the St. Mary United Methodist Church, 100 Pine Street, Hogansville on THE GOSPEL BARN 3472 HOGANSVILLE ROAD LaGRANGE, GA 30241 rlCKET$s 70d,-885- 9300 d 30 of it 2ola that years tober, ent m," ) the , the : as rosy air. Clark-Holder Clinic's Hogansville Office will be OPEN on Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9:00am - 5:00pm, beginning September 27. A nurse will be on-site for: labwork blood pressure checks prescription refills injections x-rays Patients who need to see a physician can schedule an appointment with Dr. Terry Alford or nurse practitioner Beverly Cyphers in LaGrange at 812-4258. C CLARK-HOLDER CLINIC Hogansville Plaza * 637-6651 Saturday, October 30 at 6 p.m. Featured will be The Morning Doves of Anniston, Alabama, The Southern Harmoniers of Atlanta and many, many more groups from the surrounding area. This is an open door pro- gram. Please feel free to come. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks Community invites everyone to their Children and Youth Day Program on Sunday, October 31 at 11 a.m. with guest speaker, Minister Robbie Miller of Griffin, bringing the message. Rex,. Beasley, associate pastor. Seed for Thought: If you've left the path, turn to the right. Troup County Strategic Planning Dr. Roy Nichols, Superintendent of the Troup County School System, announced strategic planning process beginning in January 2000 that will determine direc- tions and set areas of priority the year 2003. Staff members, parents, students and citizens from the community will be encouraged to serve on the Strategic Planning Committee. "We'd like to have 100 staff members and 100 community representa- tives assist us with the strate- gic planning process," said Nichols. Individuals are requested to apply to serve on the Strategic Planning Committee. Applications will be available 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 com- mit, tee 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 on strategies for addressing goals, establish 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 in May, 2000. "It is most important that the citizens of Troup County set the goals for the school system," said Dr. Nichols. "We encour- aged all interested citizens and staff members to apply to assist with this process." Crowder's Auto Repair and Towing located at 1460 Highway 54 in Hogansville, will sell a 1987 Nissan stanza for a repair bill and storage. The vehcile was picked up on March 19, 1999 for repairs. " t The Vehicle Identification Classifieds do not cos J Number on the vehicle is :othinkj the a. Call JALHT21SOHTO26438. The 00saefoct00, Y P Y vehicle is white. d we,he; 1 706 846-31 88 toda w (Oct 28, Nov 3, 10, 17) it. It s a)00i 1 (706)846-31 88 today! (oct-28;Nov. 3, lO,!7 ) ....... think a mputer ' penny yt . . . ine if de! ; '/" y or H-oogansveCity C.,ouncil Post #-3 .... :igort; ,-- I I Nov. 2, 1999 :the amo0 retired after 29 years as a teacher in Hogansville Public Schools. 3es into 01 'Active member of her church, Highland Baptist. 'Commissioner, Hogansville Housing Authority. f 'Volunteer, at West Georgia Medical Center for past two and.a half years. are useui Volunteer, deliverer of meals to shut-ins, for Hogansville Sen=or Center. ?eaaYoau :Volunteer, at Hogansville E.71Etdchool. . ,11 Board member, Troup Cou y . . ppen ff co at mil' Jean Crocker ,s for ,ncreasing our tax base ght hit t] could thi cided to past. ht! .,11 ary.., hapl me. PI# e while ;i ast to be l W. through intelligently planned growth. Jean Crocker and grandchildren. Paid Political Advertisement HoAuSVlt HOME NEWS - OCTOBER 28, 1999 - PAGE 5 HOOFERS RFSTAURANT &' 3472 Hogausvillc Road LC, ttnge, GA 30241 THE BEST OF "BLUEGRASS" Friday November 5, 1999 2:00 p.nt EST Lonesome River Band, Goldwing and 4 other bands aturday November 6, 1999 12:30 p.m EST Seldom Scene and 8 other bands 110 RV HOOKUPS ON SITE Do you need a: LLlebzmte .P Cookbook? BUSINESS L060 ? Let me do it for you. 706-672-9489 EAsT GATE PRESS PO Box 31 / Woodburv 30293 FRANKLIN H. THORNTON A'ITORNEY AT LAW LAGRANGE OFFICE: P.O. Box 2965 206 Ridley Avenue LaGrange, Georgia 30241 Phone: (706) 884-0339 Fax: (706) 884-0449 GRANTVILLE OFFICE: 1 Main Street Grantville, Georgia 30220 Phone: (770) 583-2691 Fax: (770) 583-2697 I Vote Andy Sharp Hogansville City Council- Post 4 I care about Hogansville and its future, because I care about my children. Even though Hogansville is not the town of my childhood, it is the town of theirs. I want itto alwaysbe a special place to grow up in. This can only be accomplished, however, with careful planning and real answers to relieve this town of its current debt. As a C.P.A. and regional financial controller, I have helped businesses find the bottom line and get back on their feet again for over 15 years. I can do the same for Hogansville. Please Vote for Andy Sharp City Council, Post 4 I Gobble. . . Gobble.. . Gobble" MANCHESTER BUSINESS ASSOCIATION presents their second annual TURI00Y SHOOT  Sat. November 13 lO:OOam until... RAIN DATE NOVEMBER 21, 1999 Turkey Shoot will be held beside Hamp's Food Store on Hwy. 85 E in Manchester YOU COULD WIN! A 19" Color TV Two Chances to from Wilson's Fine Furniture Win a Shotgun from Big Buck Trading Post v,)U CAN ALSO Wl N TURKEYsAND HAMS JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON from Piggly Wiggly For More Information Please Call the MBA Office at (706) 846-5341