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December 6, 2001

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PAGE 10-A HOGANS\\;:IIA I2 HOME NExAS - THURSDAY, DEC. 6, 2001 READY FOR THE EXECUTIVE WORLD - Students in Mrs. Brown's first period Ligature class at Callaway Hic h School learned the intimidating but necessary art of tying neckties. Pictured (L-R) are Greg Bailey, Travis Cr taffi11, Kasey Neighvbors and Kim Williamson. With the way fashions change, they'll be welt prepared for anything. Support Our Troops Christmas Door Prize To W'm $100.00 CASH! Register No Purdmse N Free Drawing on Saarday, Dec. 22 at 4 p.m. (Drawing by Mayor dson St. Clair) MERRY cHRIS'IM TO ALL (Free Yard Sale Space Available) Church Members Mark Rev. Black's Retirement The Mt. Perrin Baptist Church, Mobley Bridge Rd., Hogansville, celebrated pastor appreciation and retirement for key. G.A. Black on Sunday, December 2 at 12 noon. Rex,. Black has served a total of 49 years. The guest speaker was key. C.A. Black. School Menus Listed Monday BBQ sandwich, coleslaw, French fries, pickle spear, choice of milk. Tuesday Baked ham, macaroni and cheese, black-eyed peas, cornbread, pineapple slices, choice of milk. Wednesday Hot dog, coleslaw, French fries, fruit, choice of milk. Thursday Turkey and dressing with giblet gravy, cranberry sauce, seasoned green beans, sweet potatoes, school baked roll, choice of milk. Friday Manager's choice. Couch Finishes Basic Training Army Pvt. James G. Couch has graduated from basic combat military training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma. During training, the soldier received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, and Army history and traditions. Couch is the son of Gregory Couch of Hogansville and is a 2001 graduate of Callaway High School. Pharmacy School Honors Pope Mercer University Southern School of Pharmacy recog- nized Hogansville resident Chris Pope during the School's Honors Luncheon held Oct. 26 in Atlanta. Pope, a fourth-year pharmacy student, received a Dean's Award during the cer- emony. He is the son of Luther and Brenda King of Hogansville. Clothes Closet Will Open Saturday 2 : Springfield Baptist Church, Poplar St., Hogansville clothes closet will be open Saturday, December 8 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. For more information call 637-9774 or 637-5983. Chatt-Flint Board Meets at 6 p.m. Today The Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center Board of Directors Meeting/Christmas Social will be ursday, December 6, beginning at 6:00 p.m. at the Regional Development Center in Franklin. The agenda will include regular business items. Meetings are open to the public. "\\; Please call Kathy at 706-675-6721, eXt. 101 to obtain addi- tional information. 2 \\; "Simply ' CUSTO IZEI) CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS ChrLstmas Birahday Amfiversary Beautiful Stock Cards $1 Customized Cards Start At ....... $1.25 Volume Discounts 770-927-9126 Luthersville, GA E-Mail: i9macootie@vahoo.com d WOLVERINE. "'-------=-" frO6)864-7844 TRTRanch &SupplyCo. BRow00,vxNO GOLD SERIES SHOTGUNS GOLD SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN Shoots all field loads interchangeably - from t oz. 2 3/4" to 3" magnums. *779. 95 -* 100. Mail in Rebate Self-cleaning gas system is reliable and consistent. ,,Only gas semi-auto with speed loading - with the bolt locked rearward, just insert a shell in the magazine and it is quickly sent directly to the chamber. 12 guage models are back-bored with the Invector-Plus sustem for improved pat- terns. Clean, smooth lines and European crafts- manship. Easy take-down, no tools required. 20 guage is lighter weight with smaller overall dimensiohs. s679. 95 Cost 2139 Greenville Road, LaGrange o 882-1555 ) k ireless Gifts! Give Hands-free Safety from $29.95* Our ca rsta,) kit gives someone you Iove the freedom to keep thelr hands on the whee( while talking on the phone. *Prices vary from $2995 to $16995 depending upon your phone model, so call for the cost of a professiona((y instalied in-vehicle adapter and extema( a'tenna. Give the gift of security - 3 mo. $36 Give access to the PSC Wireless system for 6 months $72, 9 months $108, and you can give an a Audiovox 605 phone* for just another penny, Local cal/s 35 a minute smazt00y wireless Give SmartPay wireless for $39.95 No Contract No Deposit No C, redit Approval Give a SmatPay kit for as little as $39.95. All kits include quality phone, an over night charger, 60 free minutes of airtime and a coupon for 60 additional free minutes upon frst replenishment. Buy One for$299s Get One Free! Nokia 5165 shown, regular price $129.95 buy it for $29.95 and get another one Free! Other models available at the same Buy one, get one offer**. Colamls 30t3 Mant'{ xpy (706) 326-1 3535 Mac0a Road {706 326-t0C3 h=,, Corrce Ave {705) 88, 7200 We 6a. Commons Malt {6) 812-1111 421 Giltr/, (334) 644-2355 WIRELESS 1-800-342-7622 www.pt:eLcom FII ! )m I"l en stt slz Vl gi* an th ec tic sh Ut th, Tu II|i lira i