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- HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - NOVEMBER 25, 1999 PAGE $ !!! ii )?i !;/i ili !ili iil , of Art The International Museum Art is a non-profit, educa- organization. We are donations of art work sculpture, prints, These works will be sold a special auction to raise for museum programs promotions. For more information con- The International of Art Re-Creations East Main Street, Georgia 30230. Telephone: 706-637-8030 Fax: 706-637-9500 House Beginning Novemler 1 running through 25, a Holiday , house will be open to )ublic at 210 E. Main in downtown )gansville. Unique festive plays will include lighted Villages, and Santas which delight everyone young Stewart at 6375912 or Cindy Jackson at 637-4119 Senior Center Calendar old. A gingerbread house will also be featured. I admission proceeds will be to local charities. If you have a special Ho00ansville las collection you like to display in the Fantasy House and, the same time, be able to people in need during the Season, contact Mary November 22 Ceramics 9 a.m. Bridge 1 p.m November 23 Quilting 9 a.m. Beauty shop Exercise 10:30 a.m. Bingo 11 a.m. November 24 Crafts 9 a.m. Mahjongg 1 p.m. Novenber 25 Closed 4 November 26 Closed November 29 Ceramics 9 a.m. Bridge 1 p.m November 30 Quilting 9 a.m. FOF 10:30 a.m. Bingo 11 a.m. Center hours are 8-4 p.m. Thrift shop is open Tuesday and Thursday 10 a.m.-1 p.m. November birthdays: Jean Arnold; Josie Smith; Evan Molyneaux; Sue Bowles; Arlena Hardaway; Tom Keith; and Mary Roughton. Pine Ridge Mobile Home Commum Hank White Att0rney-At-Law 117 Main Street Suite 2 LaGrange, GA 706 - 845-8084 Fax 706 - 884-3994 General Practice dnal Law, Accidents Personal Injury r's Comp Divorce Social Security Hankwhite@mindspri .com Christmas in The Hogansville Chamber of Commerce and several vol- unteers have put together a Christmas to remember. Beginning December 3 at 6 p.m., we will have a common unity Christmas caroling in the park. Everyone is asked to bring a flashlight or a candle and sing along to your favorite carols. The mayor will light the city's Christmas tree at 6:30, followed by more singing. At 7 p.m., the parade rolls into town, bringing Santa.This year's theme is "Ring Out the Old and Celebrate the New." Following the parade, Mr. And Mrs. Claus will greet children of all ages at the Grand Hotel. The merchants will be open exttt,: hoors 9 r you,to,pur- chase that pecial gift for loved ones. Let's support our local merchants. The Holiday Fantasy House opened November 10 and welcomes everyone to sept into Christmas .All chil- dren under 12 are admitted free. We are asking adults for donations to benefit the eld- erly and needy at Christmas. Please give generously. The Chamber will sponsor a Tour of Homes on December 4 from 5 until 9 p.m. and on Miniature Horses For the young AND the young at heart istered lions Keepers Colors 2 Locations Grantville & Tyrone Small deposit will hold till Christmas Call Claudia 770-487-2858 COME TO WORK FOR US AS A CARTER EMPLOYEE A LEADING MANUFACTURER OF CHILDREN'SCLOTHES December 5 from 2 until 5 p.m. $10 gives you the opportunity to see six beautiful homes on Main and Maple Street, including the Grand Hotel. This is a big weekend and if you would like to volunteer for any of these events, please contact Janice Cook at 637- 4238, Mary Stewart at 637- 9497 or Angela Sharp at 637- 6558. Tour of Homes tickets and parade applications can be picked up at the following locations: The Holly & Ivy Shop; Magnolias on Main; William & Mary!s Antiques; and The Grand Hotel. There is something for everyone so let's have a happy and wonderful holiday Merry Christmas from the Hogansville Chamber Committee. Valley Grove to Hold Revival Valley Grove Church will be hosting a "Seed to the Sower" revival on Saturday November 27 at 7 p.m. at the Manchester Community Building. Admission will be free. The speaker will be Pastor Jimmie Copeland of Valley Grove Church. Guest Choirs will be St. Paul, Pilgrim Ret and Voice of Friendship. Come as you are. Everyone is invited to bring a friend and come join us for a good time. Playtex Christmas Party The Playtex Christmas party will be held December 3 at the LaGrange Senior Center. Reservations must be made by November 20. For more information, call Nell Cook at 883-6302. Fine Free ,Period Set Pine Mountain Regional Library System Board of Trustees has declared a Fine Free period at all branches, including the Manchester Public Library. All borrower fines, on overdue library items, will be canceled between October 9, and November 30, 1999. Those library borrowers that have outstanding fines on past returned items, can also ask that those fines be canceled. The Library System is preparing for the new millen- nium by installing a new inte- grated circulation system in the six branches and bookmo- bile of the library system. The new system will be Internet based and will pro- vide current accurate status data on any item owned by the Library System. In an effort to clean up loose ends and start fresh on the new system, the library is asking at any per- son with outstanding fines or overdue items to please return them to the library. Please check home book- shelves, closets, attics or other locations of these books. Many of the outstanding books are out of print and can not be replaced, but they will still have a great value within the library's collection. The remaining outstanding books when returned will save library funds that can be used e ' to purchase new books. Each returned overdue library item is important, because of the benefit and collection depth added when returned. Jobs Available For: Third Shift 11:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. " (Sunday night thru Thursday night) Includes Shift Premium As a Carter Employee you will have an opportunity for excellent eamings through our incentive pay plan and a competitive benefit package. Apply Mondays thru Thursdays 7:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon and 12:30 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. The William Carter Company 67 Industrial Road Hogansville, GA EEO/AA Habitat for Humanity Celebrate starting our sec- ond home by volunteering to help! Participate and experience the joy of giving of yourself in Christian love to build with Stella, Courtney, Tamario, and Tamara Mullins. The location is Washington Street in Manchester. Go 114 mile north of downtown on GA 85, turn left on Washington St. just after the bridge, 1/2 block on the right. Construction experience is not required. Habitat leaders will teach you. The work day is 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., with lunch served from 11:30-12:00. Wear sturdy work shoes, long sleeved shirts, sunscreen, hats, and work gloves. Framing of exterior and interior walls was done October 30. The schedule remaining for November is: Saturday, November 6 build roof, install windows and exterior doors; Saturday, November 13 - shingle the roof, begin vinyl siding; Saturday, November 20 - Complete vinyl siding. For more information, please call Habitat for Humanity in Meriwether County at 672-4593. Victory Temple Church of God A photography session is scheduled for November 27 at the Victory Temple Church of God. A $5 donation entitles you to a free 10x13 portrait, but appointments must be made in advance. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 846- 3667 or 770-884-5835 (Kodak Pictures). Christmas Bazaar The Hogansville Senior Center will hold a Christmas Bazaar Saturday, December 4 at the center, there will be food and crafts for sale. Tables will be available for anyone who wants to rent one for $5.00. Come Join Us! We offer: New & Used Homes for sale Homes for rent Newly developed lots for rent We pride ourselves in being a family oriented.comm,urd.ty. W are located in  quiet,smaJl t Ol )', .le 706._637-8130 _.-- A Public Hearing is scheduled for December 20, 1999 at Hogansville City Hall at 6:00 p.m. to discuss the PUD for Audubon Park (Golf Course) on East Main Street. FACTORY REBATES up to s200O CREDIT PROBLEMS??? If you meet the following guideline, you may qualify for a 1991-1999 automobile with LITTLE or NO DOWN PAYMENT!H 1. Gross monthly income of $1300.00 per month (includes any taxable income and also child support, SSI, and disability). If sell-employed, must have tax returns tor 2 years. 2. No auto repo in the last year that shows on the Credit Bureau (unless It has a 0 balance). 3. All discharged bankruptcies WELCOMEII! 4. At least 6 months on current job. Customer must have a 3 year job history. 5. Must have 8 rnths in the residence or 1 year In the area (unles,s you were translerred with job). kU EN @ Oldsmobile. Genuine Chevrolet'L=:T Start Son]ething US Hwy, 27 New Fmnldin Rood. toGmnge 706.882.2576 1.800.77CHEVY i / Emm/Emm MORTGAGE CO. CALL NOW First & Second Mortgages Home Improvement Loans Bill Consolidation Lower Monthly Payments Slow Credit O.K. No Equity Required FREE CONSULTATION Kenneth Arnold 22|.4400 Suite 1A: Columbus, GA 31903 GA Residential Mortgage Licensee The shoes are on the racks! Don't miss this incredible once-a-season event. SAVI= UP TO 60% I I ON OVER A MILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF ALREADY REDUCED LADLES SHOES Select from Nine West, VenEli, J. Renee, Selby, Enzo Angiolini, Rosalina, Life Stride, Marcella, Annie, Madeline Stuart, Westies, Carysma, Corsina & Morel ' Entire stock not included, Sorry no adjustments on previous purchases.