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October 31, 2002

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HOGANSVIU_ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 2002 PAGE 3-A PARK MEADOW APAR'rMEN"S By Frances Robinson SMILES - These three 'little farmers", kshlea Sharp, Payne and Gracelyn Hawk, had a blast at the Elementary School Heritage Days last week. By Bryan Getet Stewart of straw- jelly from Alyce during the mmingbird held last Hogansville In Pictures Support Our Troops! 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator ,, ...... Mkhdk Norwood, Manager (]dlice I-I: Mon#rL 2:30.4: p.m. By Bryan Geter WHAT A TURTLE! Traci Jeter of Prestige Mortgage in Hogansville holds a hugeAfrican Spur- thighedTortoise during the Hummingbird Festival. By Bryan C-"ter GOOD NEWS - The Ci of Hogansville will receive more than a half million dol- lars after a traffic stop on the 1-85. $641,695 was found in duffel bags on the back seat of the vehicle. The K- 9 "hit" on the truck which Chief Guy Spradlin said was enough to seize the 2000 truck and the cash. The DEA will get 20 percent and Hogansville will get 80 per- cent. (706) 637.4337 ..... zoTE.'"og='.,V!. ' , . PLEASE VOTE To ELECT WILLIAM J. (BUCK) HERNDON -- Democratic Candidate -- Tuesday, November 5 TROUP COUNTY COMMISSION CHAIRMAN ah Night Features Candy, Games Night at Spirit-Filled 222 Johnson Street, Hogansville October 31st beginning at 7:00 p.m. will be games, candy, food and fun for Everyone is welcome. the Children' Plans Barutuet Friday, November I at 7:30 p.m., Save of Hogansville will hold a ban- the LaGrange College (Callaway) celebrating 20 years of Save the gansviUe. Mr. Moses Director of Homeland Security in County and a native of Hogansville the speaker for this event. For tick call 637-0401. Council Meetings council meetings will be held as follows: Hogansville School, Wednesday, November p.m., School Media Center; CaUaway School, Friday, November 15, 4:30 School Media Center; Callaway High Monday, November 11, 6:00 p.m., Media Center. Game Georgia Wolverines wheelchair team's final home game will be this Saturday, Nov. 2nd, in the gym at the Center for Therapeutic Recreation at the Roosevelt Institute in Warm Springs. The Wolverines will be facing the Columbia Fireballs from Augusta beginning at 2:00 p.m. The Wolverines lost the state wheelchair soccer title to the Fireballs last year. They're ready to give some payback. The game is open to everyone with no charges. Ballroom Dance Planned Nov. 8 The Moonlight Ballroom Dance Club of LaGrange and the Troup County Parks and Rec Department will sponsor a Ballroom Dance on Friday, November 8, in LaGrange, Georgia, at the Callaway Auditorium on Dallis Street, from 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. (E.S.T.). Dress is "coat and tie" and music will be provided by Doug and the IBM Band. Visitor couples are welcome- $15.00 per couple. Enjoy tra- ditional ballroom music - waltz, foxtrot, rumba, tango, swing, shag, cha-cha and more. For more information about the dance or dance classes, call Laura at (706) 637-9295. Paid for b.,, th,,: ( }mmilcc to IS:c! ",VdliarJt J lterndn ('irld bailc) .... 'lrv:,':r..r save 2(I 25 30 or 100 on all your purchases for one day...thru Sunday l scC00alc Extra Secret Sale cards are available at the Courtesy Center if you did not get one in the mail. 31 November 2 ' t,'ilison, Dennis Ca[lie Anderson, Mike Heather Lockhard, Smith, Robi Bowie.s, Mr. and Rodgers, Matt Mrs. Eddie Westondick and Mike Scantlin, Mr. and Mrs. Shane Searels, Fretwell, Richie anniversary. Wayne Jackson, Mr. November 3 Mrs. Chris Tucker, Janetha Jones, Amy Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Huckabee, anniversary. Prescott, Mr. and November 4 and Mr. Christy Searels, Denise Edgar Ray Barber, Beall, Nancy Jones, Ray Whitt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph tossed salad, corn cob, fruit juice bar, milk. whole pota- SeAsoned green beans, baked roll, citrus fruit . of milk. New Foresight Realty 706-846-4490 sandwich, lettuce tomato, waffle fries, fresh fruit, choice of milk. 1usday Bean & potato casserole, green beans, school baked roll, orange half, choice of milk Hot dog, baked beans, potato rounds, chilled mixed fruit, choice of milk > Gaddy, anniversary. November 5 Charles (}amble, Erin Askew, Fred Bass, Mike .................. Williamson, Nancy Thomas, : ::'::: : : ::: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mills and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Withers, anniversary. November 6 J.H. Culberson, Jane Gottshall, Kim Shirah, Michelle Drake, Patricia Askew, Samantha Stitcher, Stephanie Hamby. Homes/Apartment for Rent in Manchester. 260 Hill St. 1BPJ1BA $380 Month * $34)0 Deposit 285 Broad 2BR/1BA $360 Month * $300 Deposit Countrywood Apt.#6 1 1/2BR / tBA $350 Month $300 Deposit Call Kim _00d45IS(: D/00S YO UR STYLE. YO URSTO R E. LAGRANGE * WEST LAFA'd:TTE SQ )ARfi CALL TOLL-FREE 1-800-894-0828 STORE HOURS>CCrJAr'-SAFj'RDA( OAt/-/PL4* .......  './ (: / i { fz JSE (({jR I',4ANSOUR'S (ARD. V{S,. b!A,] :k...,RD. D/ ; .'i i OR [..t, ;[ 7'4. XPi; SS