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..... , ! Simple Truth Why NI ! ,YIH CI,AYDU] P&apos;O tK)A ]b4t T] F!"N G, "] 7(3 ! 6:4 Hogansville Area Deaths - Page 5 I I I I I I Kids Enjoy Break - Page 3 I I III The Ot iii Is- Page 4 i I Where to Take Your Christmas Tree- 2 PRSRT STD AUTO U. S. POSTAGE PAID HOGANSVILLE, GA PERMIT NO. 35 Formerly The Hogansville Herald Received Each Week in 4,000 Homes in the Hogansville-Grantville Area lcial Be d I IIIIIII li,nl[ I I II I 004@t Characters! gath- to honor a dedi- cated civic. leader. Jesse C. Sims will be retiring after almost 20 years as exec- utive director of the Hogansville Housing Authority. Sims Residents friends are invited to a reception planned 1-5 p.m. Thursday. The reception will be held , room at Head Boy,d2ami_ ................ Members of the public can by without needing an "Please take time to drop by express your appreciation well wishes for all he has ;hed at the housing over the years," said swoman Brenda Sims. iThe event is being coordi- by the Hogansville Authority. IMAGINE - Despite the Play Stations and other high-tech gadgets that showed up this past Monday under Christmas trees across Hogansville, the simplest things still remain the most fun for kids. Kindergarten teacher Ann George and her charges at H  ]ansville Elementary all enjoyed dressing up as storybook characters to celebrate reading ac i ides at the school. With her are costume-creative students Bradley, Luke, Aaron, Sierra and Adrian. 1 l IH ,I " I II I III I II I IIIII I I IIIII i/i</i: i GOOD HuMoR - Church remained the center of day to day life in Hogansville, with a wide variety,of activities held throughout the One of the more unusual was the 'Tacky Party' held at Antioch Dress-Up Winners were Dr. Joe Almond, Doris Almond, Elmer and Eleanor Gay. )NG EFFORT- Chairman Bill SPORTS-TheCallaway : and a horde of volunteers Cavaliers finished the all year to make the town's gridiron season 3-7, Festival a roaring success. Although disappointed, in October, it was the city's biggest Cheerleaders and fans of the year. kept ir support strong. - Strides in took place activities such as Reading a hit at ogansville Rashad I his morn were among FUTURE CELEBRITY? Kylie Bartlett carried 'Hogansville' to more pageants es her fame d. SHADES OF PALM BEACH! - Incumbent State Sen. Dan Lee was returned to office in November, but had to wait for a judge's ruling against opponent Tom Mills, who claimed voting irregularities madethe contest invalid. WINR. Flon Buchanan (L) 0000adoperator Waste Water Treatment Plant was named top operator in dis- HONOR - Even though it was a new millennium, trict 4 for the second year in a the city didn't forget its heroes of the past. Joyce row. Here, he receives congrat- Wade and Jack Leidner were among many taking ulations from William Kent and part in Veterans' Day Services. supervisor Bobby Smoem/: 0 Judge Robert Whatley dis- posed of a large number of court cases in Hogansville Recorder's Court last week. Charges ranged from disor- derly conduct to disregarding a railroad crossing. Crystal Michelle Barrett, for disregarding stop sign, was fined $76. Michael Wayne Black, charged with speeding 55 in a 35 z0ne and failqre  appear, was fined $260.' Joe Nathan Boyd, for disre- garding a stop sign, was fined $76. Angela Lea Crews was also fined $76.50 for disregarding a stop sign. Randall Eugene Crews, for two counts of discharging a firearm in city limits was fined $362.50 for each count, and given six months' probation for each count. Montavis Jerome Daniel, charged with disregarding a stop sign, was fined $76.50. Ruemond Montorya Daniel, charged with operating a vehi- cle without valid tag, was fined $175 and given12 months' pro- bation; with probation suspend- ed upon payment of fine. Barry Tommy Freeman, Jr. was fined $217.50 for disre- garding a railroad crossing. Brinson Gates, Jr., for pub- lic drunkenness, was fined $300 and given 12 months' proba- tion; Raymond Cleotis Gates' case of disorderly conduct was continued until Jan. 11. Cora Mac Glenn, for speed- ing 50 in a 35 school zone, was fined $175 and given 12 months' probation. The probation would be suspended upon payment of fine. Alicia Lynn Greene, charged with driving too fast for conditions with accident, was fined $140. Wayne Lamar Grissom was fined $175 for public drunken- ness and given 12 months' pro- bation. Grissom, for a noise viola- tion, was fined $175 and given 12 months' probation. Donald Hobert Hayes, Jr., charged with D.U.I., license required, driving on right side of roadway, leaving the scene of an accident, and violation of open container, had his case con- tinued unt'd Jan. 11. Sandra K.Haynes, for disre- arding stop sign, was fined 76.50; Richard Lamar Haynes was fined $76.50 for an expired tag. Terri Lesha Jolly, for fail- ure to stop for railroad cross- ing, license required, no proof of insurance, was fined $681.25 and given 12 months' probation on each count. Brenda Kaye Jones, for dis- regarding a stop sign, was fined t's $76.50. Linda G. Karvalas, for dis- regarding a stop sign, was fined $76.50. Robert L. Kent, Jr., for fail- ure to stop for railroad cross- ing gates, had his case contin- ued until Jan, 11. John Matthew Long, for operating a vehicle without valid tag, was fined $76.50. Richard Renee Lucas, for "tafltighvrents; fikire-- to appear, and driving with sus- pended license, had his case bound over to State Court. Shane Wilson Meek was fined $38 for no proof of insur- ance. Willie Walter Melson, for disregarding stop sign, was fined $76.50. Daman Uriah Moody was fined $76.50 for a noise viola- tion. James Donald Munson had a bench warrant issued for a headlight requirement charge and failure to appear. Tyrone Pooler, for driving with a suspended license and no proof of insurance, was fined $1,331.25 and given 12 months' probation on each charge. Moreo Deon Reeves, charged with driving on the wrong side, was fined $300 and given 12 months' probation. Theresa Deisha Strickland was fined $76.50 for improper passing. Jennifer Smith, for unau- thorized accumulation (motor vehicle), was fined $175 and given six months' probation, probation suspended upon pay- ment of fine. J.M. Lindsey, for disregard- ing a stop sign, was fined $76.50. Susan A. Whitt, for open con- tainer, was fined fined $300 and given 12 months' probation; Natassia Willoughby, charged with disorderly con- duct, had her case continued until Jan. 11. Paul Edward Winter, improper use of dealer tag, was fined $300 and given 12 months' probation, probation suspend- ed upon payment of fine. George Woodell, for speed- ing 57 in a 35 zone, was fined $140. Elbert Wright, for defective equipment (taillights), was fined $76.50. Humberto Hernandez, for disorderly conduct and public intoxication, was fined $475 and given six months' probation on each charge. Wilburn H. Fisher, for speeding 50 in a 35 zone, and driving on expired license, was fined $244.50. Lindsey Duncan Neighbors, for no proof of insurance, was fined $81.25 and given 12 months' probation, to be sus, pended upon payment of the fine.