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HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 2003 PAGE 5-A Ira B. Robinson, Sr. November 3, 1927 - December 23, 2002 rl ra B. Robinson, Sr., 7S, of Manchester, died December , at St. Francis Hospital, Columbus. neral services were fl December 26th at Smith Steele-Meadows Funeral Home ;. tPel with Rev. Scotty Fowler officiating, assisted by Rev. le m rman Waddell. Burial followed at Meriwether Memory i dens. Mr. Robinson was born Nov. 3, 1927 in Ty Ty, a son of the convi, Thomas Alvin Robinson and the late Linnie Ward ood fo.inson. He was a maintenance technician for J.C. Penney i televl) jand was a U.S. Army/Air Force veteran of World War II. Close Was a Missionary Baptist and had served as pastor of sev- m, currl Missionary Baptist Churches. ass: ]Survivors include his wife, Eileen Bedford Robinson of ih w nchester; three sons, Ronnie Robinson of Hogansville, e Cqini e Robinson of Thomaston and Ira B. Robinson of jWille; a sister, Mildred Ousley of Manchester; a half broth- amy ,JWilliam Douglas Brown of Marietta; two half-sisters, t ski slA0abeth Brown of Manchester, and Betty Cupp of Tampa, se anaL; 12 grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren. ]Srnith-Steele-Meadows Funeral Home, Manchester, was &apos;,.aU,harge of arrangements. USE wn m Bal Mrs. Marie M. Findley If he d June 25, 1915 - January 1, 2003 a the ing tO iMrs. Marie Manning Findley, 87, of Grantville, died NGE mary 1st at Avalon Health and Rehabilitation Center in 's rnari. The funeral service was conducted January 3rd in ATE L Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral UPXN me in Hogansville with Dr. Billy Burks officiating. ECAME erment was Monday, January 6th, at Highland Memory p GEOl rdens in Forest City, Florida. GRIZZ.4 STn.L Mrs. Findley was born June 25, 1915 in Chicago, Illinois, uaAm Ighter of the late Frederick and Frances Anderson ox 1 tuning. Before making her home in Grantville in 1991, she zsS NAanm ed in Longwood, Florida for a number of years, where she eyed as a church organist, and was the wife of the late ld M. Findley. Her family was the main focus of her life, she also supported orphans through World Vision and dr s a supporter of Bibles for The World. S - ,lJ_l urvivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, Mike d Phyllis Findley of Newnan and John and Violet Findley , .Lexington, N.C.; three daughters and their husbands, Kathy lzsC)Wton of Newnan, Mary Ann and Ralph Jones of San ' .t*'nardino, Calif., and Robby and Mike Barbour of Deltona, and .; one sister, Winnifred Fret of Harrison, Ark.; one broth- t nave, Fr .... I ederlck Manning of Chicago; 24 grandchildren; and 22 rnpat-grandchildren In addition to her parents and her hus- lea w " " " ames Vgd, she was preceded m death by a son, Frederick J waYdley " ;wen iiii00iiiiiiiii00 ii iliiiiii iiii00iiiii !i 0000iiii00! iiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii00i!: Contributions in memory of Mrs. Findley may be made to Bethlehem Baptist Church or to Gideon International. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Paula B. Thrower April i7, i956- December 31, 2002 Mrs. Paula Bunn Thrower, 46, of LaGrange, died December 31st at the home of her daughter in Adairsville. The funeral service was conducted January 3rd at Wehadkee Baptist Church in Troup County. The Reverend Olin McClain and the Reverend Nick Pilgrim officiated and interment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Scuttle Allen, Christopher Allen, Timothy Allen, Andy Kelley, Mark Cavender and Billy Hogan. Born April 17, 1956 in Troup County, Mrs. Thrower was a daughter of Inez Hogan Bunn of Franklin and the late Jimmy Ray Bunn. She lived in IGrange most of her life and was a member of Wehadkee Baptist Church. Survivors, in addition to her mother, include her husband, Donnie Thrower of LaGrange; one daughter and son-in-law, Tammy and Jonathan Rogers of Adairsville; two sisters, Susan Kelley of LaGrange and Alice Turner of Franklin; one broth- er, Mike Bunn of West Point; and two grandchildren, James Rogers and Samantha Rogers, both of Adairsville. Contributions may be made to the Paula Thrower Memorial Fund, c/o Wehadkee Baptist Church, 930 Abbots ford Rd., LaGrange, GA 30240. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Danny Goforth February 22, 1962 - January 4, 2003 George Daniel (Danny) Goforth, 40, of Hogansville, died January 4th at his home. The family received friends from 7 until 9 Monday night, January 6, at the Claude A. McKibben and Skns Funeral Home in Hogansville. Cremation followed. Mr. Goforth was born February 22, 1962 in Atlanta, son of the late George and Clara Easterwood Goforth. Before making his home in Hogansville three years ago, he lived in College Park and was employed as a framing carpenter. Survivors include his wife, Peggy Sue Goforth of Hogansville; one stepdaughter, Tianna Lynn Hill of East Point; one stepson, Timothy James Kenney of High Falls; one sis- ter, Sandra Reese of Carrollton; two half sisters, Diane Southern of College Park and Shirley Harper of Moreland; three half-brothers, Tommy Goforth, Doug Goforth and Wayne Pitts, all of College Park; two step-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. By Bryan Geter TOUGH DECISION - tuthersville Mayor Bob Trammell (R) and Meriwether County Commission Chairman Arthur Pearson tell the servers what they would like, chicken or ham, at Luthersville's holiday luncheon. : ii i  :,'::i!   i ii::,! I ............ ___ Deacon of the Week: Bob Irvin. Remember the sick, shut-ins and bereaved (including families of Lisa Calhoun and Joyce Hand) at their recent deaths. Worship With The Word: Lisa Fowler (Matthew 26: 26- 29). The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was "Always a Place at the Table." We had Communion Service Sunday morning. Rev. Harold Willis' morning message for Communion January 5 was "Christ and His Companions." The text was from Luke 22: 7-20. That night, we hosted a "Jesus In The Passover" Seder service with a staff missionary with Light of Messiah Ministries in Atlanta. Bert Sandier was the speak- er. We had our monthly family night supper, General WMU, Men's Ministry, etc. at the church last night (January 8). The Betty Carpenter Circle meets January 13. The Georgia Baptist Convention Evangelism Conference will be Man. - Tues., January 13 and 14 at Jonesboro First Baptist Church. Interested persons should call Rev. Willis and have their names on the list to ride the church van and also to receive further details. Our pastor, Rev. Harold Willis and Sunday School direc- tor, Huell Stephens begin as leaders of "The Net, Evangelism for the 21st Century" on Wednesday, January 15 at 7:00 p.m. This is an evangelism strategy that lasts eight weeks. Happy birthday in January to: Lanny BrasweU on the 2nd, Ashley Denney and Melinda Cauthen on the 3rd, Mariea Campbell on the 4th, Sandy Stephens Odom,Tammie D. Thompson and A.J. Lancaster on the 5th, Roy Burdette, Patti Phillips and Brad Stephens on the 9th, Stacey Cauthen and Tony Fleming on the 14th, Susan Fleming on the 16th, Dorothy Cruce on the 22nd, Lynn Campbell on the 26th, Ken Hines, Katie Waldrep and Phillip Waldrep on the 27th and Mildred Crawford on the 31st. There are no January wedding anniversaries. ,s,o., o]ime bars i Make sistedesbeg A Change n of' 'seal 1103 Highway 34 ked, why, 675-8558 ter ir n't Ant g war win :ed be - es fro alp w/ t. . . _ .......  /:.!:: r 111I 637-6621 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 S Deal direct with the owner! tld )Ne I-I & H Builders )wing 3tball , Commercial and Residential page Remodeling :erms Concrete Work BODY SHOP . 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