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...... i it Jt;ANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2000 PLEASE VOTE FOR ED SWANSON For Troup County Commission and TOM MILLS For State Senate Dear Friends: We'd like to ask you to cast your vote for Ed Swanson and Tom Mills in the upcoming election. We're former residents of Hogansville and have known Fd Swanson for over 15 years. He WILL represent you. Pad Poia;cal Advertisement by Lamar and Carol Truitt, 1573 Stovall Rd., LaGrange GA Dennis Johnson at Parkway Motors, Inc.  ] No Problem e 0 !,f , ii{iii,. 'i?, ii]ii;i/iii:i}iiii!]iil; s,&:: iiii@ili :?i %/ I! The education of our Children and politics don't mix! Dan voted against the Governor's Education Rdbrm Bill, because it is not the reform we need in the 29th District. Althou 22 Republican State Senators voted against the Bill, now the Georgia Republican Party is bombarding this election with fliers that attack Dan for his vote, supposedly against education, listing issues that were contained in the Governor's Bill (HB 1187). "I don't vote for or against a party, I vote on the issues, inde- pendentofpolit- ical pressure.. When it comes to Education you can be sure our children control my votenot a political ad campaign or a political party headquartered in Atlanta." Paid For By DAN LEE, Our State Senator VOTE FOR QUALITY EDUCATION Vote November 7th DAN LEE Our State Senator Credibility you can't replace! United Methodist Annual Meeting a The annual meeting for the LaGrange District United Methodist Women was convened Sunday, October 22, at West Point First United Methodist Church with President Virginia Pope pre- siding. Welcome and greetings were extended by Rev. Ray Warner (Associate Pastor of WPFUMC) and Mrs. Carol Evans (President, WPFUMW). The Reverends David Naglee and Ray Warner officiated during the Holy Communion Service. Mrs. Pope introduced Rev. David Naglee, Superintendent for the LaGrange District United Methodist Church, who served as keynote speaker for the occa sion interpreting the theme, "God's Mission...Our Purpose." During the Service of Recognition, the following indi- viduals and local units were rec- ognized: Rainbow Women: Mrs. Carole DeMine (Brooks), Mrs. Barbara Brown (Fayetteville First), and Mrs. Bernice Strickland (Big Springs). Minute Women: Mrs. Barbara Brown (Fayetteville First), Mrs. Carole DeMine (Brooks . Mesdames Marie Fuller and Grace Henderson (both of West Point First). Five Star Plus Candle Burning Units: Big Springs, Brooks, Dunson, Fayetteville First, Hopewell, Manchester First, Senoia, Trinity, and West Point First. Five Star Only Unit: Peachtree City. Candle Burning Only Units: Friendship, LaGrange First, Greenville, and Moreland. Other Gifts in Memory of Deceased Persons: Allen-Lee Memorial, Big Springs, Brooks, Dunson, Fayetteville First, John Wesley, Manchester First, North Fayette, Senoia, St. Mary, "lYinity, Union Chapel, and West Point First. Thirty-four individuals received Reading Certificates, representing the following units: Big Springs (Plan 1-3); Plan I1-8; total 11), Clark Chapel (2), Fayetteville First (11), Friendship (Plan I-1; Plant ILl; Total 2), Manchester First (1), Mt. Gilead (3), Peachtree First (Plan ILl), St. Mary (2), and White Plains (1). These units received certifi- cates for completing their Goals of Excellence in Mission Studies: Big Springs (1), Brooks (1), Fayetteville First (2), LaGrange First (5), North Fayette (2), Pleasant Grove (1), St. Mary ), Union Chapel (1), and West Poffit First (1). Total: 9 churches and 16 studies. BIG SPRINGS UMW, Mrs. Bernice Strickland, President, won the award for the most read- ers, based on percentage of mem- bership. A memorial servxce burning, ership were pertinent parts program also. The West: First UMW in the Zachry Center, the meeting. Program participants Mrs. Virginia Pope, Warner, Randall Smith Rev. David Naglee, Mrs, Evans, Mrs. Deborah D0rothy Cameron, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Dorothy Orr, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Mrs. Ida Jones, and Mrs. Henderson. Hogansville Gearing Annual Christmas Pa "It's Christmas in Hogansville and Santa Claus is coming to town!" grins Patrick Terrail, Hogansville Chamber of Commerce Vice President, owner of Gaby's Caf6 and famous restau- rateur. "In French, that would be Pere Noel. And I'm excited about ttogansville's annual Christmas Parade. We're going to have lots of bands, lots of floats, lots of car- oling and, most of all, lots of fun!" The Christmas Parade, held on Friday December 1st at 6 p.m. wilt be preceded by caroling and entertainment at the city's Calvin Hipp Park starting at 5 p.m. "And afterwards, the mer- chants of Main Street are start- ing a new tradition," says Donna Arnold of Magnolias on Main. "We're hosting our annual Christmas Open House with cook- ies and cakes and all kinds of great refreshments. And that night only, we'll give a special discount on our merchandise as a Christmas thank you to our cus- tomers." "We're going to have our exceptional mulled cider," says Mary Stewart of William and Mary's Antiques. "I hope we can get strolling carolers. I can't wait! Christmas in Hogansville with all our customers and friends. I might even wear my elf outfit. And, of course, Santa Claus will be at the Grand Hotel." The merchants will also be collecting donations ing on December 1st and in son. The Chamber has openings for floats marching units. Please chamber president Janice at 706-637-5144. Southern Announces Dean's List Southern Union announce the Dean's Lists for 2000. Requirements for President's List were a ly grade point completion of a terly course load of ter credit hours of work. Requirements Dean's List were a grade point average of: above but below 4.( tion of a minimum course load of twelve credit hours of work. was for Summer Quarter Steeplechase After Race Sale 9AM-2PM * Monday, November 6 Springer Arena 1022 1st Ave. Many Hems: Uve Ivy Topiary Trees, Burlap Tablecloths, Tartan Plaid Overlays, Cloth Napkins, Mirrored Steeples, Assorted Fresh Flowers, and Chair Back 324-6252 PROCEEDS BENEFIT The Columbus Museum - Columbus Symphony Orchestra The Historic Columbus Foundation Ida Cason Callaway Foundation The Springer Opera House www.steeplechaseatcallaway.org www.tlckets, com Groov=Pin Corp., a leader in the mam6facture of speciality fasteners has the following openings in our facility. QUALITY CONTROL INSPECTOR This position requires exceller attention to detail, and the ability to work with paced manufacturing environment. The ability to read calipers, eters, and possess basic p.c. and math skills is a plus. Starting salary range is $8.00-$9.00/hour based on experience. ,! AT HOME PARTS SORTER Excellent opportunity to work at home sorting and using simple measuring equipment. Pay sorted. lS DAVENPORT SCREW MACHINE LOADER/TRAINEE The ideal candidate for this position would be mechanically be able to work with close tolerances in a ronment. CNC background is a plus conditioned, ISO 9002 certified, and recognized producing fasteners for the electronics, automotive, industries. Starting salary range is $8.50- ence. After proving your mechanical skills you will be eligible to : enter our in-house training program which includes salary advariCr merit upon completion. REWARDS Vacation, Holiday, and Sick pay. Comprehensive medical and dental ance, 401k with matching contributions, monthly incentive based 0 wide operating results, and 10% shift premium. (Parts not included.) Please apply at, or send resume to: Gr0ov-Pin Corp. of Georgia Inc. 39 Herring Rd. Newnan, GA 30265 Scott Btmn, Plant Manager' Fax: (770) 251-7626 (no phone calls please)