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he Christmas gift buying process has now begun, at least for most, but I’m happy to just sit back and watch from a distance. I’ve been told that everything is done “online” now, and you can sit in your living room, push a button, view everything on the planet, and have almost anything delivered to your front door a day or two later. Really? So why are so many families forming lines at the doors of the big retail stores in the middle of the night? I think for many, these early sales are a way to stretch the dollars in a still limping economy. For others, however, it’s pure sport where a whole bunch of “Gold Medal”, award winning shoppers have been let loose for the season. At least one old company has adapted to the times. Sears Roebuck began mailing their Christmas “Wish Book” in 1933 offering gifts for adults as well as a variety of toys for the children. The name was later changed to the “Christmas Catalogue” and then renamed “Wish Book” again, starting in 1968. One could order items by mail or phone for home delivery, and arrange financing with low monthly payments. Back then, they were the largest, indeed one of the few, doing this. And thy have kept up with the times, when, in 2009, they introduced a new, interactive version allowing shoppers to turn “virtual pages” online and purchase products instantly from their computers. Our younger readers might say, “Was there ever any other way?” When I was a boy, just a young knucklehead, Christmas season started the day that old Sears book arrived. I, along with my brother and sister, (there would be more of us later) would lie on the floor for hours, pouring over the toys in the catalogue. There was page after page of electric trains, dolls, toy ovens and cook sets. We looked at plastic soldiers, bicycles, roller skates, games and farm sets with cows, a tractor, and a barn. I read every descriptive word of the items that were of interest me, over and over, literally wearing out the pages. (A habit which has followed me through life when I want to buy something - it’s called “The Chase”.) And we made our desires known in writing, with a pencil of course, as the list would change from day to day. Inasmuch as my brother was too young to read or write, I agreed to record his requests, then listing the things I wanted, signed (printed) his name on his list for review by our Mom. He didn’t realize what I was doing until Momma asked him how he learned to read and write at such an early age, then told him what I had listed. I was caught! But we were all happy when, on Christmas morning, we ran down the stairs to see what awaited, forgetting all about what we had asked for, just being on an emotional high reserved for that day only. So, we can shop from a printed catalogue or online, or we can visit stores, but the results are the same. I suppose the “Christmas Catalogue” is of yesterday – a thing for museums. But, young children still seem to have that special innocence and excitement on Christmas morning, and I hope that will not ever change. There will be plenty of time, later, for them to have the responsibilities of the challenges and opportunities of adulthood. But not now.
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Air Force Band Christmas Concert at Arts Centre on December 13 The Centre for Performing and Visual Arts of Coweta County will be the venue for a performance of a Christmas Concert by the Air Force Band on Thursday evening December 13 at 7 PM. The Concert is free and open to the public. The Centre For Performing & Visual Arts, 1523 Lower Fayetteville Road, Newnan, GA 30265. 770-254-ARTS (2787). http://www.thecentreonline.net/ for more details.
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770-318-8089 How To Winterize Your Lawn In order to ensure your lawn makes a complete recovery after winter hibernation, you may want to spend the fall taking steps to help your lawn survive the winter months ahead. Winterizing a lawn varies depending on where you live and how harsh a typical winter is. There are certain key tasks to complete before you can rest for the winter season. * Remove fallen leaves and debris. Leaf cleanup is among the tasks homeowners dread the most. Raking leaves can be arduous, but it is well worth the effort. Fallen leaves can smother the grass and lead to dead spots and decay next season. Wait until the majority of the leaves have fallen from the trees before you begin to rake; otherwise, you could find yourself repeating the process throughout the fall. Mulched leaves can be added in small amounts to garden beds to provide rich organic material for next year’s crop of flowers. Be sure to pick up any twigs and other debris as well. Additional debris can become up trapped under snow and hinder grass growth when spring arrives. * Cut your lawn short. Unless the season is unseasonably wet and warm, your lawn shouldn’t grow too much in October and November. Continue to cut your lawn until there is no visible growth for about two weeks. It pays to give it a short cut before frost arrives so that long piles of dead grass will not smother any new growth in the spring. Also, long grass tends to bend down upon itself, trapping moisture that can lead to fungal diseases like snow mold. * Aerate the lawn. Soil can be compacted over time, especially in yards that see heavy foot traffic. You can rent an aerator from a lawn supply store so that water and fertilizer can reach the soil. * Fertilize. Now is the time to give the lawn fresh food to overwinter and also replenish the strength of the root system. All summer long the lawn has been depleting the soil of nutrition, but autumn presents a great opportunity to strengthen those roots. Consider a slow-release formula designed for winterizing
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It’s here again! Time to make the season merry! One of its greatest pleasures is in the preparation. Home is where our hearts and memories return at the Holiday Season. Now is the time to decorate with lights, color, sparkle, and sound. Green represents eternal life; red says joy and love and warmth; blue denotes spiritual calm; white symbolizes purity and winter’s snow. Gold and silver add sparkle and radiance. Light has long been associated with celebrations and festivals. Bells and special music add to the festive mood.
We don’t have to go over the budget to create a festive scene. Christmas tree trimmings can provide free greenery. Search your yard for inconspicuous limbs and foliages that could be cut. Bare branches found could be sprayed white or flocked with ‘snow’. Nandina berries are great for color. Leaves (such as magnolia) can be sprayed silver, gold, bronze, copper or even sprinkled with glitter after spray adhesive. Cranberries or kumquats can fill a clear glass container with or without water. Nuts or cones are best used dry in containers. The nuts and cones are lovely gilded in silver or gold. Artificial fruits found at yard sales or thrift stores can be sprayed with ‘snow’. Real fruits (such as grapes) can be brushed with beaten egg whites and sprinkled with sugar. Make your own sugarplums. Cut your own ribbons from fabric with pinking shears. Plaid seems to be popular this year. Plant materials need to be hardened (conditioned) before using them. Soak greenery and leaves in a laundry tub or bathtub a few hours to overnight. Nandina berries hold up well! Greenery that holds up well for longer periods of time are: boxwood, camellia, holly, peris, eleagnus, ivy, yew, pine, juniper, cedar, magnolia, aspidistra, osmanthus, acuba, palm, pittosporum, mahonia, rosemary. Hydrangeas should have stem ends dipped in boiling water for 30 seconds and then placed in deep water to their necks. Poinsettias must have their cut stem ends seared in a flame (candle, match, lighter) each time the ends are cut. They can also be cleaned of all dirt and placed in baggies. Plastic fast food containers, food jars, coat hangers, dry cleaning bags, and chicken wire are easy to find and free or inexpensive. Florist wires, wooden picks, waterproof floral tape, hot glue guns and staplers are useful in arranging. Fabric dye is excellent for tinting dried materials or corn husks. Plan your Holiday Theme from the front door, to the entry, to the dining table carried throughout the house. It might be White Christmas, Santa, angels, bells, sleighs, etc. Use restraint in the number of arrangements and decorations for each room. Strive for simplicity and unity. Even some foods could repeat the colors and themes chosen. No money for expensive spices simmer apple juice on the stove. A bowl of fresh apples or oranges with bits of greenery tucked around is quick, easy, and can be eaten later. Keep candles away from plant materials and other flammable items. Never leave them unattended.
Happy Holidays! Imagination combined with yard and garden gifts will create lasting memories.
that will feed the lawn all winter long. * Edge the garden beds. Take advantage of the cooler weather and slow-growing grass to re-edge around flower beds. Even though the grass above the surface of the soil will stop growing, the roots will remain viable and the lawn will still be sending out rhizomes and tillers to produce new grass blades in the spring. These can easily encroach on garden beds. Edge now so you will have less work to do in the spring.
* Trim hedges and trees. If there are any overhanging tree branches or shrubbery blocking sunlight from reaching the lawn, cut back these areas once the foliage has thinned. Take advantage of your town’s leaf and twig pickup services. * Seed bare patches. Scour the lawn for bare patches and put down some seed in these areas. The cooler weather will enable the seeds to germinate without having to compete with weed growth.
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House, Holidays & Guests The House is Listed, The Holidays Are Here, & Guests Are Arriving! Having your house on the market to sell during the holiday’s is challenging enough as it is. You are constantly having to keep the house picked up, staged, the kitchens & bathrooms sparkling clean, eliminate any food or pet odors and shuffle everyone out of the house when you have a showing. It’s not easy to live in a “showing condition” home while it’s on the market. Try adding out of town guest and holiday decorations and you’ve got the ingredients for a huge disaster or with a few simple tips and some planning ahead, it can be one of the best holidays ever. 1. Try to keep the holiday decorations to a minimum. Put a simple wreath on the door, remove a few accessories to replace them with special holiday accessories and keep the clutter down as much as possible. It won’t be much different from “non-holiday” staging, however, it will still create the spirit of the holidays. 2. Prepare guests in advance that your house is going to remain on the market during this time while they are visiting. You may even want to place a check list in their room or central location of the house so that everyone knows what tasks need to be completed in case of a last minute showing call. 3. Be sure to provide your guests with as much storage as possible. Somewhere to hide their luggage, a tray to corral their toiletries or tote to use so they can be stashed under the vanity in a hurry. Keep the throw pillows on their beds to a minimum so they won’t have to worry if the bed is made up exactly the way you want it. KISS … Keep It Simple Silly! 4. Provide them with a map of your area, special events they may be interested in attending, movie showings & times so they/you will have something fun to do while the house is being shown. I’ve heard of
some showings taking as long as 2 or more hours. If your house is being viewed that long by a potential buyer, that’s a great sign and you certainly don’t want to rush them into a decision that might keep them from buying your property because you and/or your guests came home too early. 5. Plan on having some of your meals out. This will help keep the food odors down, although some holiday baking fragrances have been known to create a special “Welcome Home” feeling for a buyer and we all know emotions are a huge factor in making a decision on purchasing a new home. I hope you have a Great Holiday Season and a Merry Christmas. If you need any advice about how to prepare your listed house for guest during the holidays, contact … Nan Johnston, Southern Staging & Redesign, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.southern-staging.com
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Volunteers for Affinis Hospice All you need is a caring heart! Your involvement will communicate value to these patients and their families as you provide companionship and a brief respite for caregivers. You will not need to provide any medical or physical care to the patient, just a caring heart and a listening ear. You can provide caregiver relief for 2-4 hours each week to allow the caregiver to enjoy time out of the home. You can use your gifts and talents to impact someone in their last stages of life in many ways, and we will make sure you are well-trained, equipped, and supported. Please call Lynn Yeager 404-832-4232 with interest or questions.
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Encouraging Words “Taking an interest in what others are thinking and doing is often a much more powerful form of encouragement than praise.” ~ Robert Martin
“A word of encouragement during a failure is worth more than an hour of praise after success.” ~ Mills Williams
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“We need to be aware of what others are doing, applaud their efforts, acknowledging their success and encourage them in their pursuits. When we all help one another, everybody wins.” ~ Jim Stovall
“Most of us, swimming against the tides of trouble which the world knows nothing about, need only a bit of praise and encouragement – and we will make the goal.” ~ Robert Collier
“For I know the plans I have for you”, declares the Lord, “Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” ~ Jeremiah 29:11
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AUTO SALVAGE New & Used Auto & Truck Parts
Transmissions & Rebuilt Transmissions • General Auto Repairs We Offer 90 Days Warranty On Most Parts
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8215 Gullatt Road, Palmetto www.atozautosalvage.net
Road Closure Notice Beginning on November 26, two roads in Coweta will be closed for bridge/culvert repairs.
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Luther Bailey Road will be closed at the bridge beginning November 26. Weather permitting, the majority of the work will be completed in two weeks and the road can be opened. The detour route will be Norton Road to Rock House Road to SR 16.
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Lower Fayetteville Road – Georgia DOT will close the bridge on Lower Fayetteville Road over Shoal Creek beginning November 26 and the work will require the road to be closed there for approximately nine months. The detour route will be Bob Smith Road to Stewart Road to Hwy 54 to Fischer Road.
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“The Little Store That Pays You More”
WE BUY COIN COLLECTIONS! A Small Store With Big Savings 1002 Hwy. 16 West (Carrollton Hwy.), Newnan, 770-253-6060
H BUY H SELL H TRADE H • Coins • Gold • Silver • Jewelry • Currency
Free ApprAisAls 3500 Hwy 34 East, Sharpsburg
1 Mile East of Thomas Crossroads Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.; Sunday closed.
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Volunteers! How Do I Get Started? You may call the Volunteer Coordinator at (770) 254-8612 with any questions or to request an application. Volunteers may choose to spend time with patients and their families within their own towns and communities and/or anywhere within the 12 counties where we are licensed.
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“Taste the difference quality ingredients & loving care makes!” Esther Teagle, 122 Mary Jane Road, Newnan
770.251.5321 home • 678.877.4865 cell
Let’s Eat! Katie’s Too
Homemade Lunch Buffet
All Food Made From Scratch
• Fried Chicken • Fried Okra• Baked Chicken • Mashed Potatoes• Meatloaf • Fried Green Tomatoes • Pork Chops • Collards • Chicken Pot Pie • Fresh Salad bar and much more! • Homemade Desserts • Menu Varies Daily
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706-882-1222 614 Lincoln St., LaGrange Open Sun.-Fri. 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.; Closed Saturday
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ounces unsweetened baking chocolate 1 1/2 cups of water Dash of salt 4 1/2 cups of milk 1. Heat chocolate and water in 1 1/2 quart saucepan over medium heat, stirring constantly, until chocolate is melted and mixture is smooth 2. Stir in sugar and salt. Heat to boiling, and then reduce heat to low. Simmer, uncovered 4 minutes stirring constantly. Stir in milk. Heat just until hot (do not boil, because skin will form on top). 3. Beat with hand beater until foamy, or stir until smooth. Serve. © 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.
Did you know? Celiac disease is a condition that damages the lining of the small intestine, preventing it from absorbing parts of food. When a person has Celiac disease, his or her immune system attacks the villi, or areas along the lining of the small intestine, whenever foods that contain gluten are eaten. The damage that results from such an attack makes it hard for the body to properly absorb nutrients, causing many people to become malnourished regardless of how much food is consumed. Found in foods such as bread and pasta, gluten is a protein that can be avoided if people adopt a gluten-free diet. Such a diet means avoiding foods, beverages and even medications that contain wheat, barley, rye, and possibly even oats. While a gluten-free diet won’t cure Celiac disease, it can cause the symptoms to disappear and help the villi heal. Celiac disease is often mistaken for irritable bowel syndrome, so if such a condition has been diagnosed but nothing seems to be working, men and women should request they be tested for Celiac disease.
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TREASURES OLD & NEW
New Location in Old Circuit City, next to Home Depot 1098 Bullsboro Drive, Newnan, GA 30265
Grand Re-Modeling ReOpening Sale
Saturday, December 1st, 10am - 6pm Door Prizes & Refreshments FREE Free Holiday Decorating Workshop GIFT 12-12:30 & 4-4:30 With any purchase While Supplies Last Great Holiday Must Present Coupon Decorating Ideas
with on Sofas, Bedroom & Dining Furniture and Mattresses from Name Brand Companies like Broyhill, Lane, D R 3 2 Simmons, Serta & Spring Air.
Open Fri. 10am to 8pm; Sat. 10am to 8pm; Sun. 12 to 6pm; and Mon. 10am to 8pm. Closed Tues., Wed, & Thurs.
TREASURES OLD & NEW
1690 Hwy. 34E, Newnan, behind QuikTrip & Dairy Queen
COLLECTING By Larry Cox Fountain Pen Q: I recently found a fountain pen at a garage sale. I purchased it for a dollar, but think it could be worth much more. It is a Sheaffer “Lifetime Balance,” black with what appears to be flakes in its design. I was told that it was originally a graduation present. -- Steve, Rio Rancho, N.M. A: Your pen was issued in about 1934 and in excellent-to-good condition should be worth in the $250 to $350 range.
ie memorabilia has continued to grow in popularity and values are still box-office gold with collectors. For a second opinion, contact Conway’s Vintage Treasures, P.O. Box 40962, Providence, RI 02940. *** Q: We purchased an Atari Super Pong system when it was introduced a number of years ago. It is still in its original box and has four games, instructions and an AC adapter. The model is NO-C-140. How much do you think it is worth? -- Shirley, Sun City West, Ariz. A: I checked several used electronic shops and monitored the action on eBay, and think your Atari setup would sell in the $50 to $75 range.
*** Q: I have a small collection of Louis L’Amour books, some authorized editions and others published in paperback for the first time. Are they worth anything? -- Bonnie, Granite City, Ill. A: Louis L’Amour was born in North Dakota in 1908. When he died 80 years later in Los Angeles, 89 of his books were still in print. To find out the value of your books, you should contact some of the excellent usedand rare-book dealers in St. Louis. If you have access to a computer, go to www.abe.com, and type in the titles for current values. Pay close attention to editions and whether the book is autographed by the author. *** Q: I recently purchased an original poster from “The Fleet’s In” starring Clara Bow. It is in excellent condition and still retains its original bright colors. Any idea of how much this might be worth? -- Steve, Brighton, Colo. A: This was a film released in 1928. A one sheet from this movie sold for $3,500 about 10 years ago at auction. Despite our sluggish economy, mov-
Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@aol. com. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. (c) 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.
Fluffy female in SummerGrove, answers to Lama a.k.a. Fat Cat. Reward available. Please call Heidi
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Drive-Thru Nativity Presentation, Cornerstone UMC, 2956 Hwy. 154, Thomas Crossroads On December 7, 8, and 9, 2012, Friday-Saturday-Sunday, from 6-9PM, Cornerstone United Methodist Church is presenting the inaugural Drive –Thru Nativity as our Christmas gift to the community. Admission is free.
590 Herring Road, Newnan, GA 30263
Preaching/Teaching the life changing Gospel of Jesus Christ. Rev. Henry Teagle Jr., Pastor Home 770-251-5321 • Church 770-253-4422 For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. John 3:16 (NJKV)
Directions To The Church
Newnan Country Club Hwy. 29 North f To Newnan Gr Outreach een f Faith To Christian Center pR oad Toyota of Newnan
Wells Fargo Bank
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CLASSIFIED WORD ADS
$9.50 for 30 words or less ~ per issue. Pay for 2, get 3rd week free!
Call 770-254-1421, Fax 770-254-8283, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org before 3 p.m. Friday To Place Ad In The Next Issue! Send payment to P O Box 757, Newnan, GA 30264, stop by 570 Pine Road with payment, or charge to credit card.
Moreland Community Christmas Dinner December 1st at 6:30 pm Moreland Mill
You are cordially invited to attend the Annual Moreland Community Christmas Dinner sponsored by the Moreland Community Historical Society. The MCHS will provide meat, drinks, and paper products. We ask that you bring your favorite side dish to share with those attending. The Moreland Community Singers will be helping us get in the Christmas spirit by entertaining us with Christmas music. Santa Claus will make an appearance and will have small gift for each little one. We are excited this year to have a live nativity scene following our dinner this year. We also could use your help to decorate the mill at 9:00 am on December 1st. We hope that you and your family will join us as we celebrate the true reason for the season as a community.
Holiday Bills For Your Holiday Bills
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11:00 a.m.
Traffic will enter off Highway 34. Enjoy the “The Greatest Gift” 10 SCENE, LIVE CAST production in the comfort of your car as your CD player directs you from scene to scene without leaving our parking lot. (Portable CD Players available). At the conclusion, come and enjoy fellowship of coffee, hot chocolate and cookies at our pavilion.
Faith Outreach Christian Center
One HOur LOan apprOvaL
Security Finance 770-251-5010 159 Temple Ave., Suite E (across from William L Bonnel), Newnan
Coweta County Genealogial Society December Meeting Coweta County Genealogial Society (CCGS) would like to invite you to meet with us on 8 December 2012 at Unity Baptist Church 311 Smokey Rd. Newnan, GA for a program featuring Ken Thomas of the “Atlanta Journal-Constitution” fame. Mr Thomas is perhaps best known statewide for his weekly column for the Sunday Atlanta Jounal-Constitution since 1977 entitled “Genealogy”. He also lectures frequently throughout the year on genealogy topics. He is also a founding member of the national Council of Genealogy Columnists and the Georgia Professional Genealogists, of which he is moderator. From 1975-190 he wrote quarterly for “Georgia Life” magazine. He is a published author, publishing :Columbus, Georgia, in Vintage Postcards” in 2001 and “Fort Benning” in 2003. He coauthored with Rev. J. W. Dupree on their Revolutionary War ancestor, Joel King, and his descendants. The list of his accompolishmebts goes on and on. The event will begin with a 12 o’clock luncheon meeting. The cost of the meal is $20.00 per person. The menu is ham, turkey, dressing and “fixings”. Money and reservatons need to be received by the CCGS by December 1, 2012. Guests are welcome to attend the meeting without coming to the luncheon. The program will begin at 1 p.m.
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Classifieds THRIFT, GIFT & ANTIQUE SHOPS
Antique Dealers Wanted: Ben’s Brands for Less is opening a new Antique Gallery in the old Newnan Circuit City. Vintage, Collectable, Jewelry, Décor, Handmade, Call Ken at (404 705-9400) 11.28
OLD-FASHIONED CHRISTMAS BAZAAR at Sharpsburg Baptist Church on Hwy. 54 ~ Saturday December 1st, 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Bake Sale ~ Homemade Jams and Jellies ~ Woodworking ~ Hand-crafted gifts of all kinds ~ Gently Used Items ~ Books ~ Toys and much more. A great place to Christmas Shop! Questions: Call 770-2516963 or e-mail email@example.com. Everyone Welcome! 11.28
Maple-stained bedroom suit. Includes dresser, chest, desk, hutch, mirror, chair, and full bed. $260. Call 770304-3880. 12.5 TOOLS FOR SALE Magnetic drill, Craftsman and Snap On tools. $1500 takes all. 678-4477341 11.28 CAT COLLECTIBLES, plates, figurines for sale. Cat supplies for sale. Must sell due to death in family. 770-7551953 11.28 FOR ALL YOUR FIREWOOD NEEDS call me ~ Scotty Ward 770-853-0650 12.5 LONG SOFA AND CHAIR very clean, non smoker, $295 for both. 770-254-8929 ‘ FIREWOOD Happy Day Firewood, BBQ hickory, pecan wood. Seasoned and green. Will deliver and stack. From $20 - $120. 770-251-0512, 404247-3580 2.27 WHEAT STRAW HAY ideal for planting grass. $3.50 per bale. Frank Barron 770-2319535. WORD ADS $9.50 for 30 words or less per issue. 770254-1421, fax 770-254-8283, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday 3 p.m.
2005 KAWASAKI 1600 VULCAN, low mileage, $5,995. Newnan Plaza Pawn Shop 770304-8224 ‘
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1972 CHEVY S/S 454 CHEVELLE, yellow with black stripe, $25,000. 404-473-9000 1968 CHEVY PICK UP 4 speed $12,500. Navy. 404-4739000 1982 CORVETTE $18,500. 404-473-9000 WORD ADS $9.50 for 30 words or less per issue. 770254-1421, fax 770-254-8283, or e-mail email@example.com before Friday 3 p.m.
2-Story Colonial fully bricked 4BR/2.5BA on 26 acres w/4.5 acre lake fully stocked. Circular drive, in-law suite w/ kitchen, new roof & much more. Great location! Kim 770-5606008 MLS#02723531. Lindsey’s Inc. 770-253-6990 #239 WORD ADS $9.50 for 30 words or less per issue. 770254-1421, fax 770-254-8283, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday 3 p.m.
Stop!! Call this number before your rent a house from anyone. Free 24 hour recorded message on the 10 mistakes tenants make and how to avoid them. 678-552-4484 THREE BEDROOM, 1 1/2 bath, clean and quiet. $600 deposit. Call 770-251-2387 12.26 THREE BEDROOM, 1 bath, large yard, close to town. $550 deposit. Section 8 accepted. Call 770-251-2387 12.26 103 ARNCO 3RD ST. 4 room home, $500 mo., $500 deposit. References. 770-253-2521 ‘ WORD ADS $9.50 for 30 words or less per issue. 770254-1421, fax 770-254-8283, or e-mail email@example.com before Friday 3 p.m.
Half Price - Ready to Build 11.5 acres. Fenced and Gated on paved frontage, $6900/acre incl. 2 bldg. sites, 2 wells, with 1200ft. driveway in place. Call Kim Ivery 770-560-6008 or firstname.lastname@example.org, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors 14 Jackson St. Newnan 770-253-6990 mls # 02141410
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110 ACRES NEAR HARALSON, 14 acres stocked pond, 15 acre Coastal Bermuda field, 43 acres of 20 year old planted pines, barn, and gorgeous homesites. $1,100,000. Frank Barron, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St, Newnan, Ga. 30263. 770-253-6990. 4.29 ACRES on HWY 34E – Between Thomas Crossroads & Peachtree City. Adjoins Medical Facility. $52,000/Ac. Frank Barron, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St, Newnan, Ga. 30263. 770-253-6990. 6.564 ACRES on I-85 – Gordon Road & Hwy 16. Already leased for 3 years at $5000 per month. $950,000. Frank Barron, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St, Newnan, Ga. 30263. 770-253-6990. FOR MORE INFORMATION on land, commercial or residential property call Frank or Jess, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St., Newnan 770253-6990 WORD ADS $9.50 for 30 words or less per issue. 770254-1421, fax 770-254-8283, or e-mail email@example.com before Friday 3 p.m.
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OFFICE SPACE 1 block off square, off street parking. 404784-4955 11.28 9.696 ACRES IN GRANTVILLE on Hwy 29 South near I-85, Zoned Commercial. Just $235,000. Frank Barron, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St, Newnan, Ga. 30263. 770253-6990.
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3.6 ACRES NEAR SENOIA on Hwy 16 – Zoned O & I. Just $239,900. Frank Barron, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St, Newnan, Ga. 30263. 770253-6990. FOR MORE INFORMATION on land, commercial or residential property call Frank or Jess, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St., Newnan 770253-6990
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Brushcutting and Bushhogging on any terrain: hills, dams, lakesides, fencelines, backyards, retention ponds, horse and hunting trails, storm damage removal, firewood, free estimates. Taming Jungles Since 1997. Andy Turner 678-770-1925. 11.28
MOVING HELP loading, packing, driving, etc. Across town or across the country. 8 years experience. Call Charles 770-328-4002 ‘
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MOPS AND RAGS taking care of you and your family’s home cleaning. Call Jill 678234-5300 12.5
HANDYMAN SERVICES. Large or small jobs done, no need to worry. Paint, Plumbing, Electrical, Doors, Windows, Roofing, Flooring, Drywall, Ceramic Tile, etc. Michael Thomas 678-409-8600 Quality work for a reasonable price. *
ELECTRICAL SERVICE, repair & installation. Hometown Services, Jon Courtright, Licensed Electrician, 770-5999365 www.hometownservicesga.com 12.5
boss tree SERVICE Free estimates. Expert tree removal. Stump grinding. Professional Tree Climbing. Pruning. Trimming. Chipper Service. Complete Clean Up. 770-584-6981.
YOU’VE GOT THE REST or you can go to the Best! Rocky’s Barber Shop in Sharpsburg. Wednesdays Senior Haircut Day $11. Monday-Thursday 9-6; Friday 9-5; Saturday 9-2. 770755-7000 6549 Hwy 54/154 Sharpsburg 12.5
HANDY MAN SERVICES & pressure washing. Home Improvements. No job too large or small. Free estimates. References available. Call David Parker cell 404516-0252, home 770-251-7577 night or day 11.28
PAINTING BY BOBBY DAVIS since 1979. Commercial. Residential. Interior. Exterior. Services: replace rotten wood, repair sheet rock, mildew removal, pressure washing, water and fire damage repair, general home repairs, fences and more. Reasonable prices. Top quality work. Free estimates. 770-584-7181 1.9
Township Coins recommends more than one appraisal when buying or selling coins/ gold/silver. We are pleased to offer free in store appraisals. Look for our ad. 11.28
PCB, FL. Edgewater Resort 2 & 3 BR Condos, Ocean Front or Golf Villas. Free beach set ups daily Call 205-410-1490 www.EdgewaterRentals.com WORD ADS $9.50 for 30 words or less per issue. 770254-1421, fax 770-254-8283, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday 3 p.m.
MASTERSHINE CARPET CLEANING 3 rooms $45.95. Sofa, loveseat & chair $89.95. Year flea treatment available 770-253-9345, cell 678-8507331 12.12 neese comp u t e r repair Virus Removal, PC Tune Ups, Windows Installation, Transfer Your Files From Old Computer $75. 770-905-1685 12.5
I W ILL D O H O USE CLEANING at a reasonable rate in Newnan and surrounding area. Call Katherine 706-6750336 12.5
264 GREENVILLE ST – 2 Houses on Commercial lot at corner of Beavers Street. $150,000. Frank Barron, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St, Newnan, Ga. 30263. 770253-6990.
ADDING SERENITY CLEANING AND PAINTING SERVICE would love to clean your home or paint some rooms. Coweta and Fayette Counties. Reasonable rates. FREE ESTIMATES! Call LAURA at 678-974-9446. http://addingserenity.wix. com/laura 11.28
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HUD HOMES FOR SALE For more information call:
Tom Leiby 770-301-7519 Angie Hogsed 678-472-8384 Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors 14 Jackson Street, Newnan, Ga. 30263 770-253-6990 www.hudhomestore.com www.lindseysrealtors.com
BATHTUB RESURFACING Repair and/or refinish bathtubs, showers, porcelain, fiberglass, cultured marble vanities, kitchen countertops, cut down bathtub to convert to a shower, install grab bars. Call for free estimate. 678-326-7711 11.28
Seeking certified M.A. to work front/back office in busy Vascular Surgeon practice. Fax resume to 404-658-9558 11.28
CUSTOM HOME THEATER & Home Automation. Erin R. Courtright, 770-599-9365 www. hometownservicesga.com 12.5
Tupperware Consultants needed. Call 404642-3740 for more information
TUCKERS Tucker Septic Tank Service and Repair. Call Scott Tucker at 770-252-4950 ‘
Now accepting applications for Part-time help, must be able to lift 50lbs or more, reliable, self motivated and at least 21 years old. Forklift experience a plus. Apply in person with resume @ Browns Pools & Spas 3285 Hwy 34 E Newnan GA 30263. No phone calls please. 12.5
CRUD BUSTER PRESSURE WASHING ~ While you enjoyed your summer the mildew monster was attacking your home, driveway and sidewalks. Let’s attack and destroy him before the holidays. Curb appeal is everything. 770-550-7777 “Hire a vet.” Thanks. 12.12
GREAT RATES on Bundled Auto & Home. Call Williams Insurance for details on discounts. Auto Liability starting at $48 mo. Serving Coweta for 50 years! 770-253-2435, 125 Temple Ave., Newnan 11.28
Auto Sales - sales experience preferred. Good driving record required. Motivated, outgoing, and energetic! Full time positions available. Interview in person only. Bring resume, ask for Ken Spurling or Alan Davis. M-F. 10-5. Southtowne Chevrolet-GMC-Cadillac, 695 Bullsboro Dr., Newnan *
Deadline 3p.m. Friday
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Classifieds HELP WANTED
ATTENTION Stylists and Barbers ~ be your own boss! Rent your own room. Low flat fee. All utilities included. Come join our new shop. Great location. Nice atmosphere. The Mad Hacker Barber Shop & Salon, 3100 Hwy. 16 East, Suite A, Sharpsburg, next to Texaco on Poplar and Hwy. 16. Call Jenny 470-767-9292 11.28 Kennel Position Part time kennel assistant needed. Must have experience working with dogs and cats. Schedule includes weekend hours. Email resume to vet@crescentvet. com 11.28 SALES CONSULTANT Career Opportunity: We’re looking for dynamic people who enjoy working with the public; are an energetic person with good communication and organizational skills. Candidates should posses a HS diploma or equivalent with some sales experience. To apply visit our website www.farmershomefurniture. com or at 64 Bullsboro Drive, Newnan, GA 30263.
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WE BUY GOLD & SILVER
FREE TO GOOD HOME male Germand Shepherd, all shots. Mixed dog. 404-8590133 NEWNAN COWETA HUMANE SOCIETY. check out www.nchsrescue.org for list of animals at local animal control facility and foster care animals. Call 770-253-4694
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Jewelry, Flatware, Coins Broken & Unwanted Items
770-251-6484 Wed., Sat., 10:30-2 Thurs., Fri., 10-4 Also By Appointment
Expires 12/15/12. Must Present Coupon.
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The Coweta Shopper PAW’S CORNER by Sam Mazzotta Kitty Potty Training DEAR PAW’S CORNER: We’re going to adopt a kitten from a litter that our neighbor’s cat had. We’ve never had a cat before. I hear they’re easy to house train. How do we do that? -- Sara in Helena, Mont. DEAR SARA: Congratulations on your soon-to-be new pet! A kitten is a lifelong responsibility, so learn as much as you can before you bring the kitten home. Kittens who have reached the right age to be adopted -- at least eight weeks and preferably 12 weeks, that have been fully weaned -- should be easy to housetrain. A couple of factors might make this training take a bit longer: if the kitten is from a “barn cat” family or from a feral mother, or if the kitten has any hidden health issues. Most cats develop similar elimination habits no matter their environment. They look for a protected place with loose soil so they can bury their waste. In their distant non-domesticated past, they likely did this to stay hidden from predators. Consider purchasing a covered litter box that does not have a mechanical scooper arm -- the automated scooper action could traumatize the kitten. The day your kitten comes home, show it around the house, with the new litter box as the first stop. Place the kitten into the box and let it sniff around. In the days that follow, if you see your kitten scratching the floor and/or turning in place, pick him up and place him into the litter box, using encouraging words. You may need to do this for a few days -most cats get it pretty quickly, though. As soon as possible -- even the same day -- after getting your kitten, schedule an exam with the veterinarian. Your kitten will need to be checked for hidden diseases or parasites, general health and given required vaccinations and license. Doing so will save you tons of trouble in both house training and serious health issues. Send your questions or comments to email@example.com, or write to Paw’s Corner, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. For more pet care-related advice and information, visit www.pawscorner.com. (c) 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.
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DECEMBER 1st is the GRANTVILLE CHRISTMAS PARADE PLEASE participate in the Grantville Christmas parade this year..... If you notice the route is MUCH SHORTER than last couple of years..... Line up is at 4pm we should leave base ball fields by no later than 4.30pm CHRISTMAS PARADE LINE UP @4pm Grantville Baseball fields LEFT onto Colley St., through Main St., LEFT onto Grant St. FINISH @Old Mill
TREE LIGHTING TO FOLLOW This is year’s theme
“Celebrating Grantville 160th Year”
Bumble Beads has relocated to 15 Greenville Street inside Grannie Fannie’s. We plan to continue servicing our bead and jewelry customers from our new location. Although we have physically left The Corner Arts Gallery, we plan to support this local business and a friend to Bumble Beads during the coming years. Thank you to all who made us welcomed and loved during our brief time at the gallery. We appreciate your past support and hope for your continued support in the future. ~ Nancy Twomey
Ben’s Brands for Less is relocating to the old Circuit City building next to Home Depot on Friday, November 23rd. One of 10 locations in Georgia, the Newnan Showroom provides quality furniture that is, in some cases, up to half that of the average retailer. “In today’s economic market, people want quality furniture, built to last, at “rock bottom” prices”, says Ben Haverty, a twenty-five year veteran in the furniture business. Furniture styles from traditional to trendy are available for the customer to pick up and enjoy the same day. Ben’s Brands for Less is open four days a week, including Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays from 10 AM to 8 PM and on Sundays twelve to six. 770-252-8800
David Taylor has opened his own law practice in Newnan. David is a graduate of Georgia State University College of Law and has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Auburn University. He and his wife Kimberly have resided in Newnan along with his two children Matthew and Alex for 11 years. David has almost 7 years of legal experience working as a prosecutor with the Coweta Judicial Circuit in the District Attorney’s Office prosecuting felony and misdemeanor cases. His practice includes, but is not limited to: criminal and DUI defense, family law, personal injury, and writing simple wills and trusts. David previously worked in a National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) certified toxicology lab and at Milliken & Company as a chemist. His experience in and out of the courtroom can help you with any legal need. Call today to set up a consultation at 770683-4163. For more information you can also visit his website at www.westgeorgiadefenselaw.com
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Rocky’s Barber Shop II Open Mondays Senior Discount ~ $ Only 11 Wednesdays 65 and up ~
Monday-Thursday Friday 9-5; Saturd 9-6; ay 9-2.
Men Cuts …
Active Military And Those Who Protect & Serve … $ Face & Womens $ Cuts …
November 29 … Christmas Tea at The Veranda Inn, 252 Seavy St., Senoia. Networking 6:30 pm; High Tea 7:00-8:30 pm. Business Women of Fayette and Coweta Counties to benefit Community Welcome House; safe haven for families fleeing domestic violence. Women only. Cost: $75 per person; or a sponsorship beginning at $195. RSVP or questions: Ellie White-Stevens, 770-301-8706; or visit www.bwfcc.org, or mail to BWFC Christmas Tea, P.O. Box 692, Senoia, GA 30276
December 1 … Old Fashioned Christmas Bazaar at Sharpsburg Baptist Church on Hwy. 54 ~ 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Bake Sale, Homemade Jams and Jellies, Woodworking, Hand-crafted gifts of all kinds ~ Gently Used Items, Books, Toys and much more. A great place to Christmas Shop! Questions: Call 770-251-6963 or e-mail email@example.com. Everyone Welcome!
Moreland Community Christmas Dinner December 1st at 6:30 pm, Moreland Mill. You are cordially invited to attend the Annual Moreland Community Christmas Dinner sponsored by the Moreland Community Historical Society. The MCHS will provide meat, drinks, and paper products. We ask that you bring your favorite side dish to share with those attending. The Moreland Community Singers will be helping us get in the Christmas spirit by entertaining us with Christmas music. Santa Claus will make an appearance and will have small gift for each little one. We are excited this year to have a live nativity scene following our dinner this year. We also could use your help to decorate the mill at 9:00 am on December 1st. We hope that you and your family will join us as we celebrate the true reason for the season as a community. Josh Evans 678-378-1342
December 4 …
Amanda, Alicia, and Teresa
Welcome Back! Amanda Pettit formerly of Senoia’s Rocky’s Barber Shop
December 7 … Drive-Thru Nativity Presentation, Cornerstone UMC, 2956 Hwy. 154, Thomas Crossroads, on December 7, 8, and 9, 2012, Friday-Saturday-Sunday, from 6-9PM, Cornerstone United Methodist Church is presenting the inaugural Drive –Thru Nativity as our Christmas gift to the community. Admission is free. Traffic will en-
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6549 Hwy. 54/154, Sharpsburg ter off Highway 34. Enjoy the “The Greatest Gift” 10 SCENE, LIVE CAST production in the comfort of your car as your CD player directs you from scene to scene without leaving our parking lot. (Portable CD Players available). At the conclusion, come and enjoy fellowship of coffee, hot chocolate and cookies at our pavilion.
December 8 … Christmas Musical Bible Baptist Church will be presenting the Christmas musical, “The Greatest Gift” on Saturday, December 8 beginning at 7:15pm. BBC is located in the White Oak Shopping Center at 1485 Hwy. 34 East. Everyone is invited!
Coweta County “Genealogial Society (CCGS) would like to invite you to meet with us on 8 December 2012 at Unity Baptist Church 311 Smokey Rd. Newnan, for a program featuring Ken Thomas of the “Atlanta Journal-Constitution” fame. Mr Thomas is perhaps best known statewide for his weekly column for the Sunday “Atlanta Jounal-Constitution since 1977 entitled “Genealogy”. He also lectures frequently throughout the year on genealogy topics. The event will begin with a 12 o’clock luncheon meeting. The cost of the meal is $20.00 per person. The menu is ham, turkey, dressing and “fixings”. Money and reservatons need to be received by the CCGS by December 1, 2012. Guests are welcom to attend the meeting without coming to the luncheon. Program begins at 1 p.m.
FAACE (The Fine Arts And Crafts Entrepreneurs) meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at St. Andrews in the Pines Episcopal Church, 316 Peachtree Parkway, Peachtree City. FAACE group focuses on the business of art. The FAACE mission is to provide a forum for artists to develop their business and marketing strategies while also encouraging their talents and supporting local charities. For more information and directions, please visit the website at http://www.faace.org/ or call Janet McGregor Dunn at 404290-3638.
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January 15 … 2013 Relay For Life Coweta County kick-off meeting! Anyone interested in starting a team or participating is welcome to join us at 6:30 pm at the Newnan First Methodist Church Fellowship Hall at 33 Greenville Street in Newnan. For more information please contact Billie Clousdale at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770-328-2174 or contact Beth Carter at email@example.com or call 678-2928163
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Hundreds of Go-Karts Available 238 Pine Road, Newnan n 770-253-5374 Sewell Marine Full Service Parts, Repair, Manufacturing 172 Temple Ave., Newnan, GA 770-253-7996 Evinrude & Johnson Authorized Service Center Serving Coweta and surrounding area for 38 years.