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HOGANSVII2.E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 4, 2004 PAGE 3-A Attends Vegas Meeting the Chapter of Phi Kappa, Ida Jones than 400 edu- from across the States, Canada, and Asia attending Phi Delta Kappa .'~:,~ational2004 au~ e " " " -e ence and Exhibit m ~- ~;~Vegas, NV "~I~ ~ " nthtf.1-1~ erence, on the T g Needs, ~'~:~loping Strategies," ,a~. ~hel'd Oct. 21- 24 at the and Casino. at all levels, :~"~ rs, principals, assis- .fu~m~- . . tt ci~prmclpals,. . . central administrators, and I educators, found ,~ opportunities for ~essional growth, and to meet and network with col- leagues from across the United States and abroad. Phi Delta Kappa International (PDK), the professional association in education, Organized the conference to follow the association's release of findings from its 36th Annual PDK/Gallup Poll of the Public's Attitude Toward the PubLic Schools. The influential poll found that a majority of Americans still know little about the two-year old fed- eral No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), the center- piece of President's Bush's school reform initiative. Convening the confer- ence was PDK International President .m~-~ Hogansville Elementary ,~d~l will have a Fall ~a on Saturday, Nov. 13 ~ 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. i ji ono m~ I ne-~ ~kBethel-Chapel Baptist 's~aS ~h in LaGrange will host :s~Al~reciation Singing for t~ ~;tuddard on Saturday, ~c~;_ 6 at 7 p.m. The i?;:~.hLanders, Heavenly Y.'~gs and God's Children an~ scheduled to be singing. tric! .... ::'.Z l A Holy Gbest Revival will TAKING PART - From left to nght, International President Sherry Morgan, Ida Jones, and PDK Intemational Executive Director Dr. William J. Bushaw. Sherry Morgan. The Association's newly appointed Executive Director, William J. Bushaw, addressed the conference also. A number of sessions addressed aspects of NCLB. In all, nearly 50 pro- fessional development pro- grams and opportunities allowed participants to hear prominent speakers on a range of school improvement topics. Keynoting the confer- ence were Dr. Fenwick W. English, a distinguished professor at the UniversiW of North Carolina. Get well wishes to go Linda Hamilton of Grantvflle, who underwent heart surgery at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta. Our belated sympathy goes to the family of Abraham Long of Hogansville in his death. Wishing you peace and comfort. Happy birthday wishes go to Robert Brown, in memory of Virginia Anderson, in memory of John Willis Black, in memoryofEvelyn Blalock, Tessela S. Bhatia, Priscilla Boddie, Jamie Bailey, Angela M. Burston, Eugeltis Blount, daughter of Annette Glanton, Solomon Foster, Freddie Foster, Jr., Ayesha Shaworma Harris, granddaughter of Rosie Lee Harris, Connica Heard, Catherine Holt, Daniel Eugene Freeman, grandson of Robert and Loretta Freeman, Tyler Michelle, daughter of Theresa Hunter, Thomas Johnson, Arvella Colton, Ernest Antonio, son of Ernest and Verleda Mitchell, James M. Colton, in memory of Louise Pritchett, in memory of Marion Mitchen, Jr., in memory of Johnson Miller, in mem- ory of J.O. McLaugtflin, St., in memory of J.O. McLaughlin, Jr., Henrietta N. Johnson, Freddie Reeves, Robin R. Riddle, Virginia Robinson, Danny Rosser, in memory of Irene Grady, in memory of wrdlie James SeweR, husband of Vita Sewetl, :e:~ held at Spirit-Filled WffiieMaeScott, in memory of Dora Mae Smith, PalgeCamille n Y_~tries in Hogansville on Sumerlin, daughter of George and Carla Sumerlin, Richard beryl.. 11 - 13 beginning at 7:30 Overton, Sr., in memory of Evelyn Tigner, EuQuita Williams, -~ay. '~1 Rev. Jerry and Judy in memory of Lizzie Mae W'flliams and Marthan Jean Wflloby. Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church of Luthersville a ~ "th of Wedowee will be invites everyone to its Family and Friends Day on Sunday, u~i' " e hear anointed Nov. 7 at 2:30 p.m. Rev. E.J. Jimerson is the pastor. ~.C~ching~, and singing. Seed for thought: Always cherish the three F's- Faith, t ~1~ "~.~ r Board of Directors !1 II ill I' I ' I ...... I r, v iiI t I eet Friday, Nov. 5 I :at 10:30 a.m. at the / Development in Franklin. The agenda will include business items. pub- Please caU Kathy at 706- ext, 201 to obtain The LaGrange Orchestra will "A Romantic this Saturday at at the First Baptist on the Square in LaGrange. Thursday, Nov. 4 Christy Searels Denise Beall Nancy Jones Mr. and Mrs. Gaddy (A) Friday, Nov. 5 Becky Evans Erin Askew Mike Williamson Nancy Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Withers (A) Ralph Sunday, Nov. 7 Curtis Prophitt Jimmy N. Robinson Joycie Brown Michael Von Borstel W~e A. Helton Birdis Shaw (M) Robert Monday, Nov. 8 Dawn Howell Keith Wegienka Margie Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown (A) Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Daniel Saturday, Nov. 6 (A) Jane Gottshall Kim Shirah ~esday, Nov. 9 Michelle Drake Jason Boatman Patricia Askew Tommy Herndon Samantha Stitcher Stephanie Weiher Wednesday, Nov. 10 Mr. and Mrs. Michel Duido Rinaldi Mills (A) Michelle Worthy J.H. Culberson (M) Richard Stephens ........ ........... SHOP LOCALLY. is coming to your neighborhood. Come and hear about WGTCs easy admission process. Locaub~ Warm Springs Mcn.t~er County ~ of Carranm' 91 Broad Strew, 9,arm Spas, GA 31830 ~forma~ and rcgi~ m~: November I0~ ................... 6:30 p.m. Winter class= begin: January 10th m Warm Spriags January 4th in LaCwan_ge On Saturday the Junior Woman's will sponsor the 4th "Leggin It for the (Certified Literacy You register online at or the of the race. The Troup Courtly Parks Recreation Commission announced that winter t for 5-13 year old and gir~ basketball has of bfonday, Nov. I, began at Recreation at 9 a.m. and continue through Nov. Mqnday through Friday, until 6 p.m. "A special registration is scheduled for Nov 6 at Elementary at Hendrix Stadium 12"30 until 3 p.m. Anothex special registra- will be held at the same on Tuesday, Nov. 9 6 until 8 p:m. The family of LeGail would like" to you whosentcards, food and prayers our loss. God Bless you. The Merlin Webb fami/y AreaVeterans A Interviewed ..... The BellSouth Telephone Pioneers have been conducting interviews with combat veterans of all wars, but especially World War II. These investigators are video taped and will be sent to the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. so these stories will be preserved. Tri-City Pioneers Beverly Nelson and Joycie Brown inter- viewed five local veterans on Aug. 12 and 13 at the First Baptist Church in Hogansville Those interviewed were Frances Robinson, Tommy Thrower, Rev. R.C. Prescott and Rev. Billy BurLs, all of Hogansville, and Joe Dougherty of LaGrange. If any other combat veterans are interested in telling their story, please contact Joycie Brown at 637- 6172 and arrangements will be made to do the interview. "YOUlf PE,~IONAL OU~WTTEIt" SEASON SALE SALE DATES Od, ~,~, 6 FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Men's, Women's, Kids IBUYI 707 E. Boyd Rd. Hogans~lle _ ~_, 1706) 637-4337 IGET ONE Mort. - Thurs. - 3-5 p.m. Fd. - 9-11 a.m. ow~ UNITS AVAILABLE SOON! 1/2 PRICE! Cho.o~ fromour ] entire selection I ~~, FORECLOSURES, GARNISHMENTS i~~! w. tUreEn maES lll//g Attorney At Law 116 Main St. LaGrange (706) 884-6633 ~ s ~ ~: p ,~, ~: A o Maintain Dignity ~ Stop Creditor Harassment Consolidate Bills - Regain Financial Control Chapters 7, 11 & 13 of U.S. Bankruptcy Code Start Chapter 13 for onlly $100~. Same Day Electronic Filing ..... FREE EVALUATION! ALSO: CrIm:n~, Law~ DU, I0VB I Pws oF BOOTS In case you're still thinking about leaving town to do your holiday shopping, add up these great reasons to shop locally: 1. Y0u'll Save Gas. 2. You'll Save Time. 3. You'll Save Money. 4. You'll Help Keep Our Local Economy Healthy. IN THE AREAl I i HUNTING, FISHING, CAI~NG, FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY MON.FRI: 9:30AM.7PM SAT: 9:00AM,4:30PM ? ili~i ? } ), ,% )