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HOGANSVILLE }TOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JAN.15, 2004 Margie S. Purgason May 22, 1934 - Jan. 5, 2004 Lifelong Hogansville Resident Margie Smith Purgason, 69, of Corinth Community, died Monday, Jan. 5 at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. Funeral services were held Thursday, Jan. 8 at Corinth Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Rev. Milton Hall and Rev. Jesse Sims offi- ciated; interment followed in Corinth Cemetery. Pallbearers were Johnny Hammett, David Hammett, Donald Haynes, David Haynes, George Purgason Jr., and Marvin Purgason. Honorary pallbearers were Floyd Israel and Jack Staley. Born May 22, 1934 in Meriwether County, she lived in the Hogansville area all of her life. She retired as warehouse supervisor from Playtex Apparel in Newnan after 43 years of service and was a devoted member of Corinth Baptist Church, where she served as a Sunday school teacher and a Vacation Bible school director. Survivors include her husband, Grover J. Purgason of Corinth; three daughters and sons-in-law, Cathy and Rickey Adams of Franklin, Sue and Melvin Woodfin of LaGrange and April and Mike Anderson of Marietta; one sister, Mary Elizabeth Gammon of Newnan; five grandchildren, Kevin Rogers, Kimberly Rogers, Michelle Blair, Callie Anderson and Luke Anderson; and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Grover J. (Buster) Purgason Jr. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Rmeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Carolyn M. DuVall October 31, 1923 - January 11, 2004 Union Baptist Church Member Carolyn Moore DuVall, 80, of the St. Marks Community of Meriwether County, died Sunday, Jan. 11 at her home. The funeral service was held at noon, Wednesday, Jan. 14 at Union Baptist Church in St. Marks. Rev. Bill Smith officiated; inter- ment followed in the church cemetery. She was born Oct. 31, 1923 in Ambrose, daughter of the late Charlie and Florence Mobley Moore. She received a degree in education and taught school in Georgia and California for several years. A former resident of Atlanta, Mrs. DuVall was a photographic stylist and, along with her husband, owned and operated Studio III in Atlanta for thir- ty years, serving clients such as IBM, Coca-Cola, and. McDonalds. Following her retirement, she served as presi- dent of the company. She had made her home in St. Marks Since 1990 and was a member of Union Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband of 63 years, Thurman O. DuVall of St. Marks; daughter, Charlene Brown of Dunwoody; three sons, Thurman O. DuVall Jr., and Scott K. DuVall, both of Destin, FL and Kirk D. DuVall of St. Marks; one sister, Ruth M. Peterson of Smyrna; eight grandchildren, Blair Brown, Julie DuVall, Craig DuVall, Thomas DuVall, David DuVall, Aaron DuVall, Canaan DuVaU and Seth DuVall; two Grant DuVall"~md Anna DuVall. She great-grandchildren, was preceded in death by a son, Craig E Du.Vall and a grand- son, Kevin DuVall. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. James Lee Power August 16, 1948 - January 5, 2004 Auto Mechanic James Lee Powell, 55, of Rochester, MN and former res- ident of Newnan, died Monday, Jan. 5 in Rochester. The funer- al service was conducted Saturday, Jan. 10 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville at 2 p.m. Rev. Grover McCormick officiated and interment followed in the Luthersville Cemetery. He was born August 16, 1948, in Lineville, AL, and was employed as an auto mechanic. Survivors include one son, Jamie Dean PoweR; two daugh- ters, Kerrie Ann Powell and Janet Lee Daniels, all of Newnan; his mother, Minnie Meigs of Roanoke, AL; two sisters, Esther Smith of Roanoke and Ara Willene Nelson of Cusseta, AL; one step-sister, Joyce Caldwell of Marietta; three step broth- ers, Kenneth Murphy and Floyd Murphy, both of California, and Roger Murphy of Florida; and five grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Shanan Smith, Owner Down payments start at $300 and go up. 1500 4x4 P/U ........... $4,995 '98 Ford Escort Auto ............... $4,995 '97 Jeep , ,,..[$5,995 '94 Jeep~ ~,,i : i ~ :!~$4,995 1101 IVIIHesville Stl~Bet LaGl~ange 706.837.~OO GAS FIRE PLACE LOGS LP GAS FOR HOME FARM & INDUSTRY ~ S,~es & ,SerA(:~ Tanks (or ~ or Lease NK~13U ORIL ...... MArl'HEW 24 Hr. Good Neighbor Service 14 N LaFayette Sq LaGrange 637-6621 ssz CAR. HOME* HEALTH. 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Main Stre~ ~ 637~5 M0~.- Sat 9~0 8S=. 10t04 IM~en I call to remembrance the unfeigned faith that is in thee, which dwelt first in thy grandmother Lois, and thy mother Eunice; and I am persuaded that in thee also. -2 Timothy 1:5 This scripture refers to the wonderful Christian heritage of the young minister, Timothy. Paul reminded him that his faith had strong roots of influence; his grandmother Lois and his mother Eunice had lived as believers before him. But as important as this is, saving grace does not run in the bloodstream. Thank the Father for family members who cared about our spiritual well-being long before we did. Weekly Bible Trivia To what does Job compare the short life of a man? (answer found in ~is week's scrit~ure rearing) I IIII II OD ,* : Harmon s SALES.I C. y " % . E., ~, ',~v ,1 799 OLD CHIPLEY m). t'-; " /~al18 PINE MOUNTA[N, C~ 1 706-663-46031 II Villa Gift (Inside Pizza Villa) 1399 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange Open at 1 1 a.m. Wed., Thurs., Fri., and Sat. 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Main St. Phone: Hogansville, GA 30ZY) (706) 637-6379 INSTALLATION Hogansville, Georgia 8011/2 ~ Road. ~, GA 706-637-9953 Crowder's Auto Repair Shop and Towing Paint Matcking Insurance Claims Welcome Frame Straighteaing (706) 845-0001 Mark/L 6ouch, Ou~r Hogansville Pharmacy Phil Wddrop -~.~.: ~,~z~._. 300 Main Street ~ H~m~lle,~ro~ ~.=. r0~,..~. ~, 706-637-8683 HellqlOUS .... ~~..~ ~.~h Suv-.=. B~l~. ~o~. ~d~ ~~~~\\ ~.~=~.~.~.~o,~,o '~,'~~~"~.~1~ Selection resonable Prices ~E.~Squ~ Jim Campbell Sales Manager 706-882-6643 1006 Hogansville Rd. LaGrange, GA Res: 706-637-.4588 Fax: 706-845-1753 1-8(10-438-6127 JOHN'S Fish * Pries Ribs Wmgs 706-882-6647 WE DEIJVER DINE-IN 1401 Hamilton Rd. LaGrange, GA