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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 2003 PAGE 3-A iii.ii,ii:ii DISAPPEARING ARTFORM - Frankie Willoughby is shown re-doing a cane bottom stool, she also displayed other items made from pine straw, shucks and other materials at Mountville Elementary School recently. SKILLS OF OUR ANCES- TORS- On Thursday, Nov. 20, Mountsville Elementary School students were taken back in time and shown how their grandparents did everyday chores. Pictured showing the chil- dren, Christian, Austin and Kimmie, is Frances Robinson churning butter for the children, showing them how to make butter and but- ter-milk from sweet milk. S' ues & )r! Christmas  Shopping? Shop Bradle for Unique Gifts! Jewelry: Sterling Silver, Victorian, and Fashion starting at $3, Crystal, Art, Gifts, furni- ture, Home Decor', Collectables, NASCAR, Howard's Furniture products, and much much more! [ 127 Main Street . Downtown LaGrange, GA i Farrdly AGift This :Year! With Phone Application 1505 LaFayette Parkway, LaGrange 706-884-2444 www.AmericasHomePlace,com America's Home Place )PTIMISTIC oPTiMiS'TS -'Lt. GaY. M.O. Ridenhour, Ida Jones and Immediate Past Lt. GRAND OPENING I Monday, December 8, 2003 at 7:30 p,m, y, Deeember t0, at 7:30 p,m, lay. Tom Little. trea Optimists Launch Nev r Year FREE BINGO MARKER WITH PAID ADNISSl0N Zone 14, of Georgia District Optimist were commended for being sponsors of the tternational, met Thursday, Oct. 30 at club. $15 " ................ Night! Packs ,qZ'll Adll PAYOUT Each Barbecue in Hogansville for the first Newnan was the winner of the Zone 14 Monday" - Bingo Lovers Pro9 re m g of the 2003 04 year, withLt. Membership Drive Contest by finishing the ] 5 Games Including-a $4OO Coverall Jackpot M.O. Ridenhour presiding. 2002-03 year with five new members. The meeting was hosted by the Senoia 2002-03 Lt. Governor Tom Little present- Wednesday" - Big Prize Program ed Ida Jones with a plaque In Recognition of 7 Comes Including o $1 ,OOO Coverall Jackpot. Prayer was offered and the pledge of the Outstanding Service and Dedicated Efforts, Games will be played every Monday and Wednesday 7:30 p.m. was recited, followed by introductions Optimist club, 2002-03. local clubs and members attending. The Honor Club requirements were DOORS OPEN 6145 P.M. " SNACK BAR OPEN All seven clubs were present: Meriwether explained with dialogue from members. South Coweta, Crossroads, Newnan, A representative from each local club Hogansville,and LaGrange. Counties shared what the club had done during the Zone 14 include Coweta, Harris, first month of this year (the year in Optimist Troup. is Oct. 1 - Sept. 30). All clubs are working. The theme for this year is "Yes, We Can! Points were tallied for the first month's Georgia's Future." Officially organ- quarter. Achievements and Awards in 1919, Optimist International is an Recognition To Be Presented At Georgia that provides services to chil- District 1st Quarter Conference in Augusta. and youth. The Optimist Creed was recited, and the The Meriwether County Club was wel- meeting was adjourned. the newest club. The club was char- The 2nd quarter Zone 14 meeting is sched- 28 of this year. Joey Branch is the tried for Jan. 29 at 7 p.m., at Roger's Barbecue artez president. LaGrange and Newnan in Hogansville, and to be hosted by LaGrange. David Foster is the owner of Foster's Auto Sales. When you buy at Foster's, you deal with him. There are no pushy sales people to contend with. Dealing [oonlight Ballroom Dance Set Dec. 12 with theowneralsoassuresyouofthebestdeal. The Moonlight Ballroom Dallis Street in LaGrange waltz, swing, shag, foxtrot, Club of LaGrange and from 8:00 - 11:00 p.m. rumba, cha-cha, tango and Tcoup Recreation Visitor couples are wel- more! tartment will hold a come - $20.00 per couple. For information on the " ' Dance on Friday, Dress is "coat and dance or local ballroom dance 12, at the tie/dressy" and music will be lessons, call (706) 637-9295 or Auditorium on the Lou Vallee Band. Enjoy (706) 884-5857. ,. .h,tt-Flint Board Plans Christmas Social The Chattahoochee-Flint beginning at 6 p.m. at the Meetings are open to the ional Development Regional Development public. Pleose call Kathy at Over 300 Cars, Trucks, Vans and Board Center in Franklin. The agen- 706-675-6721 ext. 201 to '.hristmas Social da will include regular busi- obtain additional informa- ility be held Thursday, Dec. 4 nessitems, tion. Ut Vehicles to Choose From! "=* " ': ' :' ="' : ....  '    '''  "=:'"''*i:'' ]! ' Dep d Body Shop fo ' After th ., ..............  ..... ........ , .................. ,:.,.. ...........  .................. o ..................... ..................................... Wehavea Service artmentan rServtce eSale[ .... := ==  " =::= .... ::. ii i Mop. 27 Jessie Sims are no b-days or anniver- FOST ' Happy Thanksgiving! Matt Odom saries.to announce. : Alice Charron Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Amanda Medford Boatman (A) Dec. 2 ' Kerry Wegienka Claude A. McKibben St. Charles Prather .......... Randy Bussey (M) D.J. Slocumb Jr. Nov. 28 Darien Weiher Brandon Lee Noble Nov. 30 Demetric Rosser Christopher Evans II Rev. and Mrs. Will Fisher Ethel Johnson Vern Wegienka (A) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (A) Dec. 3 Dec. 1 Kaitlin Tucker Nov. 29 No, we didn't forget to Kelly Harmers Angle Fountain include this date. There just Kerry Sinns