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November 16, 2000

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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - i'ttURSDAY, ±u vqSMDLIx *u, . ............ Chair' Today a star in the Rocking Chair Club at Hogansville School November 16 at Hogansville Elementary beginning at 10:00 a.m. Retired Teachers Meet Today • The Troup Retired Educators Association will hold the scheduled meeting on Thursday, November 16 at a.m., at the Highland Country Club in LaGrange. The presented by Mrs. Carol Cain, Troup County's Year and a story teller. President Larry Musick invites all retired educators in area to attend this meeting. Names People of the Month • Callaway High School has named its "People-Of-The- for October. Winners were Athlete - Philip Carpenter; Citizen - Stacy Student - Manesra Hall; and Teacher - Mark Veon of Driveway Repair Scare • Troup County Sheriff Donny Turner said that Jerry Cline, 48, of LaGrange was arrested October 30th for by deception after he overcharged a county resident r a driveway repair on October llth. According to the vic- Cline told her that he would do the repair for $200.00 t when he finished the work he billed her for $600.00. If anyone knows the location of Cardin, please call Crime at 812-1000 or the Sheriff's Office at 883-1616. Sought in Lawn Trailer Theft • Investigators with the Troup County Sheriff's Office asking for help in solving the recent theft of a 6x10 lawn hunter green in color and loaded with over $12,000 of lawn care equipment. The theft occurred between hours of 1:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. On October 21st and took in Meadowland Subdivision. If anyone has any information concerning this or any please call Crime Stoppers at 812-1000. Pageant Planned Nov. 16 • The Mr. and Ms. CHS Pageant will be held at CaUaway on Thursday, November 16 at 7:00 p.m. Center ts Activities activities are November 23 at the Hogansville Happy Thanksgiving. November 24 16 Center closed. singing, quilting. November 27 17 ' ' Cerarm'es, Bridge. for your health. November 28 20 Kathy Brown nutrition, ceramics, painting, Bingo. 21 November 29 dinner. Crafts, Mahjongg. 22 November 30 9 a.m., Mahjongg, 1 Happy birthday, Josie Smith. Shepherd ' On Tap November 19, Southern Services,Inc. will kick Third Annual "Gallop Shepherd," a fund- event featuring a 3.1 ; mile fun run. f the"Gallop for Good promoted during Physical Therapy to raise the communi- regarding the physical therapy as much needed funds for program, the Shepherd Therapeutic Good Shepherd Center is a non- Springs, that features a riding academy for handicapped per- sons. The Center's Hippotherapy program (thera- peutic horseback riding) is one of only 10 in Georgia and allows both handicapped children and adults to achieve previously unattainable successes through horseback riding. The Second Annual event was an overwhelming success, raising over $1,000 for a terrif- ic cause. If you would like more information regarding the Gallop for Good Shepherd, please contact Tara Wflkie, P.T. at 706-845-9383. tioch Baptist • Jubilee Baptist Church, 1130 Blue Creek Road, HogansviUe, a Thanksgiving Jubitee November 19-21 with Dr. Greg and The Good News Trio. times are: Sunday, November 19, 10:00 a.m., Good Trio and Dr. Greg Holbrook; 11:00 a.m., Good News "lrio ; 6:00 p.m., Good News Trio and Dr. Greg Monday, November 20, 7:00 p.m., Good News Trio and Holbrook; Tuesday, November 21, 7:00 p.m., Candlelight True Heroes U H I I I By Frances Roblnsor PAYING TRIBUTE - On Saturday, November 11, American Legion Post 152 ol Hogansville held a celebration to pay respect and to honor the men and women of all branch- es of the armed forces. Donalc Neese presided over the cele- bration. Dr. Jimmy Brown gave the invocation and Tommy Thrower spoke about the veter- ans who gave their time anc efforts to proudly serve their country. Above all, homage was paid to those gallant American heroes who made the supreme sacrifice for theirfellowman. May their efforts not have been in vain. The honor of laying the wreath ceremony was conduct- ed by Miss Joyce Wade and Mr, Jack Leidner. Both are retired Chief Warrant Officers of the U.S. Army. Agood crowd attend- ed and the Legion appreciates their attendance. The shoes are on the racks: on over a million dollars worth of already reduced ladi shoes! Select from Nine West, VenEli, J. Renee, Selby, Enzo Angiolini, Rosalina, Life Stride, Marcella, Annie, Madeline Stuart, Westies, Carysma, Corsina & More! Entire stock not included, Sorry no adjustments on previous purchases. help us begin the holiday season with a special time of praise. :MSOU bly of God VISIT US ON THE INTERNET AT wml.man$ours.com ALBANY * ALBANY MALL COLUMBUS * HARMONY PLACE LAGBANGE * WEST LAFAYETTE SQUARE MACON * NORTHSIDE DRIVE AUGUSTA • AUGUSTA EXCHANGE CALL TOLL-FREE 1-800-894-0828 • FREE GIFT WRAP * GOLDEN BONUS 10% DISCOUNT EVERY TUESDAY USE. YOUR MANSOUR'S CARD, VISA, MASTERcARD, DISCOVER OR AMERICAN EXPRESS Revival will begin at of God November 19th at 6 Johnnie Williamson. welcome. a tradition o