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E.(;E 2 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2000 00'ant To Join Parade? .... Book There's still time - just barely - to enter a float in Hogansville's Christmas Parade this Friday. Janice Cook, Chamber president, stated that Wal Mart Distribution Center, Caterpillar, the Middle School Fine Arts, and area nurseries, just to name a few, have already entered. According to Ms. Cook, there are still open- ings for floats and marching units. For information, or to register a float or marchers, call her at 637-5144. Carolyn Davis is this year's Grand Marshal and everybody's favorite, Santa Claus, will be in Hogansville to cheer the children. The parade will start at Hogansville Elementary School; turn right onto Johnson Street; then turn left onto Commerce Street; turn left onto College Street; and left onto Main Street, back to the school. 0 FOR BROKE. DELUXE MESH SHOOTING VEST Full-length twill shooting patch. Built in REACTAR TM recoil pad system. Large back pouch for empties or other gear. U00RY 2139 Greenville Road LaGrange 882-1555 II Enjoyed At School IN THE SPIRIT - Shelby Stephens dressed as Snow White and Wesley Hawks portrayed Arthur in "Arthur's Thanksg,ving By Frances Robinson HE 'NOSE' LITERATURE - Author Dave Sargent and his skunk 'Book Writer" amused Leslie Howard and student Hillary Caswell. The H( Elementary School went out to Education Week and Children's Book Week dur- ing November. On Monday the For Reading. extra special as the and some costumes to reflect favorite book Students were also lenged to turn off all the elect tronic stuff at home and read on Tuesday evening. The stu- dents were challenged to read a total of 2,000 minutes. The goal was surpassed with the students and their par- ents reading over 12,000 mi, utes that one evening. over 1600 minutes in Mrs. Alford's fourth grade. Mrs. George's kindergarten class had parents read to them a total of 875 minutes in that i evening. Those students ha those top classes were treat- ed to a party in the Media Center by Mrs. Gravette. Wednesday was Opposite Day. Students dressed as the teachers and vice versa. This  day was also highlighted with a visit from two authors. Dave and Pat Sargent came and did a program for the entire school and delighted the children. Thursday was the day set aside for parents to come to school and we had the stU- dents engaged in reading activities and reading all day long. Students brou snacks, sleeping bags, lows, etc. to get comfortable with a good book. This was a huge success. Friday was College Students wore shirts for their lege team. 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Jeremy Duane Sherrer reported to police someone took several carpentry items at the house he was working on at 605 Askew Street. The missing items include a hand sander, a hand drill, a skill saw, a jigsaw, 100 foot drop cord and a toolbox filled with mis- cellaneous tools. Sherrer said all the tools were inside the house when he left and there was no sign of forced entry to the house. The incident is under inves- tigation. Another burglary was reported on November 18 by Ruby Crawford at 601 W. Boyd Street. Crawford told police some- one pushed the air conditioner unit out of the bedroom window and gained entry into the home and took a computer. No damage was done to the air conditioner or the house. TWO SEPARATE gasoline drive-offs were reported on Thanksgiving Day and November 26. Dee Dee P. Barber, at Money Back Store at Main Street, a driving a white cle with tinted windows $12 of gasoline into his drove off toward 1-85 paying for it. This case in under gation. On Sunday, Jessie reported a white male in Honda Civic, possibly a model, pumped $13 gasoline and drove away. No further information available. The police worked a two-vehicle resulting in no injuries Thursday, November 23 Hogansville Road. Point in a 1995 Ford pickup, traveling east on E. he saw a man walking doWn roadway. Hall swerved left to misS1 pedestrian and the mirror the left mirror of a 1998 pickup driven by Kevin Wright The mirror's glass tered. No further Inmate Dies in Troup Troup County Sheriff Donny Turner said that an inmate Sunday evening after being According to Sheriff Turner, jailers were alerted ly 6:10 p.m. that James Walter Landry wasn't breathing. Jailers immediately called F-911 and began CPR. rushed to West Georgia Medical Center where he died. early indications, we believe that he may have said Sheriff Turner. Dennis Johnson at Parkway Mitsubishi Inc. No Proble Call Dennis at 882-2990 Parkway Mitsubishi, Inc. 1327 LaFayette Parkway