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PAGE 8-A By Frances Robinson SPECIAL DAYS- Bingo Buddies honored for their wed- ding anniversaries include, left to right, Jean Miller, Charlene Newman and Christine BeE By Frances Robinson THANKED- The Bingo Buddies presented checks of appreciation to Mack Baird, Mrs. Brenda Cdez and. John Farr. Not pictured is Mrs. Sylvia Barrett. Cavah&apos;ersDefeat Southeast Macon y BRYAN GETER 7 : The Callaway Cavaliers b_ad no troubled defeating SE :Macon last Tuesday evening :as the final score was, 91-36. : The game was unofficial- ]y over at the end of the first :quarter as the CAVS took a 27-8 after jumping to a 20-2 :'roll. : Callaway's Cach Terry Hayes said the pressure just ate them up. Callaway record at this gOjnt is 2-1 overall and 14) in Region 4-AA At the break, Callaway went into the lockerroom with a 46-14 lead. The continued to roll at the end of three quarters of play, 67-25. Brandon Thomas led the 12avalier attack with 14 points and reggie Tigner followed ,with II. Michael Fannin and Torrance Brown each netted 10 and Reggie Jackson and Greg Smith scored nine each. Ten of the eleven players that played scored for Hayes' team. "Everybody got a chance to play," Hayes said, "that'il help me out down the road." The Lady Cavaliers defeated the Lady War-riors, 58-48, as they opened region play. The Lady CAVS came on strong in the third period outscoring Southeast, 20 to 5. Shari Cox scored 15 points and had eight rebounds for Callaway. Shacarra Pickett scored 10. Southeast led at the break, 26-23. Homes are 1000 Complete 100% Financing Available* . On your Land In Our CoInmunities < Less than Perfect Credit Welcome Even Ch. 13 &7 Bankruptcy 26 Katie E. Cain, Kevin Singleton, Lynn Parker, Mark V'myard. .ber 27 Pat Ws, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Samples, anniversary. Drake, Dixie Reynolds, Robin McLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Martin, anniver- sary: December 31 Cameron White, Katelin Rippy, Rev. Wesley Boatman, 28 Sara C. McKibben, Mr. and Kevin Wegienka, Kristy *Mrs. Alan Johnson, Mr. and Johnson, Valerie Barber, Mr. rs. Donnie Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Able, anniver- :sary. December 29 Donna Duffey, Lois Varnum, Chris Tucker. Anna Wegienka, Brian a Mrs. Mack Reynolds and Mr'. and Mrs. Randall Duncan, anniversary. January 1 Billy McGhee, Cheri Fulford, Misty Tumlin. Thanks For Your Time! As we usher in another year, our heaaCs are full of gratitude and best wishes for all the folks who've spent time with us this year. We feel proud to be a part of th oonununity and look forward to seeing you aam next year. b HUMMINGBIR CHEVRON & , GAME ROOM, 1879 E. MAIN ST.  : c o HOGANSVILLE o "4 C HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY DEC. 26, 2002 00gents Break Up Meth Lab Here On December 19thagents with the Troup County Sheriff's Office Drug Unit went to 1000 Seminole Road, Lot 23, after receiving infor- mation that unknown sub- jects were manufacturing methamphetamine at the location. Deputy Brockington arrived at the location first and stopped a red pickup truck that was leaving from lot 23. Drug agents arrived at the location just as the vehi- cle was stopped. The driver of the vehicle was Benjamin L. Screws. Agents could see in plain view on the back of the truck numerous items used to man- ufacture methamphetamine: cookware containing used coffee filters, one Igloo cool- er containing a gallon jar of ether, one Coleman cooler containila jug of sulfuric acid. " x x A large duffle bag on the back of the truck contained the following items: cook- ware, several cans of ace- tone, large rubber tubing, coffee filters and a Crown Royal bag which held tools and a tin container which con- tained a plastic bag of sus- pected marijuana. Benjamin L. Screws and Rhonda L. Fields were trans- ported to the Troup Co. Jail and charged with criminal attempt manufacturing methamphetamine, posses- sion of methamphetamine with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana. This is the 46th metham- phetamine lab Troup County drug agents have seized this year. Only 26 were seized dur- ing 2001. INVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE Ev ;ry Model on Our Lot is Reduced/ In.House Financing Interest Rates Low as 5.25% -Gorgeous interiors -Ao Morn7 De to -Spacious Floorplans Qualified Buret .Quality Construction ,.Oar Customers are -t.e sae. of . #l LandHome Oio.., Specialists/ Two LocatiOns to Serve You In North Georgia 141Horton Homes in of Griffin of Jonesboro ',<I,,.2 (800) 675-0991 _:____:Z' _ ZT .............. .__ ....................... Ill' "Let's Talk About It" Jo i securing America's fJture for all our f=mJes. Learn about Democra acbon on the issues yo cace about Campaign Finance Retum -. Childr- - Civil Rights Crime - Economy - Education -- Environment - ldth Care -- Immigration Social SecurW - Voting  -- Women You can make a difference, please attend: Democratic Party Reorganization Meeting Administratior 5:.cj., County Commission Chambers Oallis St.. 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From: Grantville Karen's Korner Package Store Hwy. 29 at 1-85, Exit 35 770-583-3299 Jabaley's L00quor Store Hwy. 29 at Coweta Heard Rd. 770-583'2988 Convenience Store Hwy. 29 at Coweta Heard Road 770-583-2123 Cinderella's Closet Consignment Shop Downtown Grantville (next to June's flowers) 770-583 9946