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7 ; .v - The Hogansville Optimist Club helps the Hogansville Elementary School celebrate Red Ribbon Week. celebrate were Officer Colton, Optimist President Tami Neese. From the Hogansville Police Department were Hilton Odom, Lt. Guy Spradlin and patrol officer Samantha Dunklee. Each day last week each child was pre- a sticker. Test Deadline Nears Any Troup County high school student (or former stu- dent) who has not passed a portion of the Georgia High School Graduation Test needs to register with a counselor in a local high school prior to November 6 in order to participate in the November administration of these tests. For more information, call Tonia Contorno at 812-7920 or a counselor in one of the three Troup County High Schools. LaGRAPJGE Expo Center 299 Commerce Avenue, US Hwy. 29 LaGrange, GA . (706) 884-2500 Admission $1 Literally several hundred truck loads of old stuff for you to rummage through and find that rare treasure or super bar0ainZ Nov 2 ha, 3 & 4 )RED - In keeping with "Boss Day" observances of the Georgia Rehabilitation Association from the state honored Roosevelt Institute Executive Frank Ruzycki while meeting in Warm Springs. Ruzycki with a vase was Georgia Association Support Staff President Sandra Key. MANSOU/00 Starts Tuesday C , Bake &ale Saturday Corinth United Methodist Church will have a bake and Saturda>: A quilt will also be raffled off vdth proceeds going to the and Mission Fund. November 5 Pizza, tossed salad, corn the cob, fruit juice bar, November 6 Chicken, tiny whole pota- seasoned green beans, baked roll, citrus fruit choice of milk. November 7 Deli sandwich, lettuce and tomato, waffle fries, fresh fruit, choice of milk. November 8 Beef and potato casse- role, green beans, school baked roll, orange half, choice of milk. November 9 Hot dog, baked beans, potato rounds, chilled mixed fruit, choice of milk. save 20 25;"" 3000or 100 onall your purcaases for one day... Today tnru Sunday M/N 25% 20% ,. 2O% 30% 20% 30% 25% save 20 , 25 , 30  or IOW on all your purchases for one day Tuesday thru Sunday, Oct 30th thru Nov. 4th %t.:Jard vendor exdusK)ns apply) SCRATCH OFF ALL  PO$1/ION$ ON YOUR GAME BOARD. The th,' mat.hmg amosns t,at '  m a tce,, C'ar ae ; i 3333) ICK UP YOUR SECRET SALE GAME PIECE AT MANSOUR'S COURTESY CENTER. SCRATCH OFF THE GAME BOARD AND REVEAL YOUR DISCOUNT. THEN SHOP ALL DAY AND APPLY YOUR DISCOUNT OF 20%, 25% or 30% TO EVERYTHING YOU HASE*. YOU COULD EVEN WIN $250 IN FREE MERCHANDISE IF YOU SCRATCH OFF 3 IN A ROW! (*standard vendor exclusions apply) VISIT US ON THE INTERNET AT www.mansours,om LAGRANGE WEST LAFAYETTE SQUARE CALL TOLL-FREE 1-800-894-0828 STORE HOURS MON-FRI 10AM-7PM, SAT 10AM-7PM, SUN 1-6PM FREE GIFT WRAP * GOLDEN BONUS 10% DISCOUNT EVERY TUESDAY USE YOUR MANSOUR'S CARD, VISA, MASTERcARD, DISCOVER OR AMERICAN EXPRESS ,(i