Newspaper Archive of
The Hogansville Herald
Manchester, Georgia
January 17, 2002     The Hogansville Herald
PAGE 5     (5 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 5     (5 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 17, 2002

Newspaper Archive of The Hogansville Herald produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

HOG'SVmLE Hor NEWS - THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2002 PA;E 5-A ave a ept in cured r hog pecial .espe- pchere hog . This ,aring t, and ; chit- Photo* By Frances Ro/oinson SCENES TO REMEMBER - Winter arrived two weeks ago with some "pretty white stuff." More than seven inch- es of snow fell in the city and surrounding areas. Pictured above is a scene on Dickinson Street in the Mill Village. Right Photo: Pictured above is a beautiful view of Granite Street in Hogansville during the snow, ,.-_ I! con- s the g. He E was- )y if I S. aope { vhat [d like fash- filling aings, ne to first ry for  life- (Written for Last Week) Mrs. Press Miller spent Ehristmas with the John Holmes family at Palm City, orida. Deacon of the Week: Ken !4-Jlles. Worship With The Word ebY Kendra Palmer, who esponsive r,,eading #696 Lord s Day. 0 Special music December in the morning was a solo The Blood Will Never Lose its Power" rendered by Ondra Lee. Rev. Harold Willis' morn- o Geor00a's Biggest 00ARD 00ALE January 19, 2002 One Day Only - Indoors/t teated Over 200 families - Thousands & Thousands of good usefid yard sale items! Admission Show Hours: 9 am - 5 pm nappy trtg message December 30 thin k as 'The Time of Christmas" ,s and tGalatians 3:26-4:7). Leading the music t chit-peeember-- 30 was Marie "-Hilles. There was no evening Jervice December 30. Mr. and Mrs. Jim w mapbell and Mr. and Mrs. and Chris Campbell and Drew spent New Year's weekend with relatives at Hartwell. We had our monthly fam- ily night supper, General WMU, Men's Ministry, etc. January 2. Happy birthday in January to: Lanny Braswell on the 2nd, Ashley Denney and Melinda Cauthen on the 3rd, Mariea Campbell on the 4th, A.J. Lancaster and Tammy D. Thompson on the Sth, Roy Burdette, Pattie Philfips and Brad Stephens on the 9th, Stacey Cauthen on the 14th, 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. Written for This Week Deacon of the Week: Kenneth Dial. Remember the sick, shut- ins, and bereaved in prayer. Congratulations to Dr. Billy Burks upon his retire- ment December 31 as Western Baptist Association Director of Missions. A retirement reception for Dr. Billy and Bettye Burks will be Sunday, January 20 f3-5 p.m.) at the East Newnan Baptist Church. Worship With The Word was responsive reading #698 "The Lord's Supper," led by Stuart I_. The Adult Choir special music January 6 in the morn- ing was "In Remembrance." In the January 6 morning worship hour, Rev. Harold Willis' message was "What is the Lord's Supper?" (I Corinthians 11:23-30). And Sunday night, he continued the Survey of the Bible with Proverbs. We had the observance of the Lord's Supper January 6 in the morning worship hour. A Read the Bible Through Commitment Card has been in our church bulletin for the past two Sundays saying I will do my best to read my Bible through during the new year tobe signed, dated and turned in to our pastor. Rev. Willis presented a Certificate for Reading the Bible through during the year 2001 to Alvin Irvin, Helen Stephens, Evelyn Spivey, Patti Phillips, Jean Miller, Kathy Yarbrough and Belle Willis. Congratulations ! AWANA resumed Sunday night, January 6. The Betty Carpenter Circle met at the church January 7. Family night supper was re-scheduled to January 9 due to the snow of January 2. The new telephone direc- tories for our church are now available. They can be picked up at the church office. ;oal of Mrs. Pat Eason Hogan ress. April 18, 1948 - January 9, 2002 house- l anda Mrs. Pat Eason Hogan, 53, of ae iob ogansville, died January 9 at West "rgia Medical Center in LaGrange was to valedhe fu0ral service was conducted lle-tlm the Chapel of the Claude m -" McKibben and Sons Funeral Home e aveHgsville. The Reverend John .,.h^.dgett and the Reverend Gary Brown n: ulff! eiated and interment was in Myrtle --o --trill C "'" emetery in Hogansvuie. f hard  Pallbearers were Jeremy Royster, tm to, ell Nelson, Billy Hogan, Larry hyllis.mkamson, Tony Bailey, and Mike : t,maston. abe big Mrs. Hogan was born April 18, 1948 s nbtn Troup County, daughter of the late hyllisames and Jeanette Wallace Eason. She vas a lifelong resident of HogansviUe md was a member and Sunday School a'dinto chef of the First Assembly of God in on out suster, Katherine Sue Yates. your Survivors include her husband, ac e,u-y G. Hogan of HogansviUe; a broth- r and sister-in-law, James R. and llarilyn Eason of Suwanee; her father- -law and mother-in-law, Ford and Eva ogan; brothers-in-law and sisters-in- ,w, Earl and Sara Hogan and Linder . ,d June Hogan, all of Hogansville; 'lreaeees, Amber Gilpatrick, Michelle great finger,-------_ Nelson, Kaye Morris, and Gayla Hogan; a nephew, Michael Hogan; and several aunts and uncles. Contributions in memory of Mrs. Hogan may be made to the Troup County Humane Society. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funer' Home of Hogansvflle wa s in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Mary Cook Barber February 28, 1910 - January 14, 2002 Mrs. Mary Cook Barber, 91, of Luthersville, died January 14 at Newnan Hospital. The funeral service was con- ducted January 16 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Rance Sprayberry officiated and inter- ment was in Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery in the Rocky Mount Community of Meriwether County. Pallbearers were Edwin Reeves, Cal Tant, Kevin Tant, Chris Bryan, Tate Washington, and Eddie Dalton. Mrs. Barber was born February 28, 1910 in Meriwether County, daughter of the late James and Estene Yarbrough Cook. At the time of her death, she was the oldest member of Bethel Baptist Church in Rocky Mount, and was the wife of the late Carl Barber. Survivors include two daughters and sons-in-law, Marion and Gerald Reeves of Sharpsburg and Peggy and James "Pant of Riverdale; one son and daugh- ter-in law, Cecil and Carlene Barber of Luthersville; one sister, Mrs. Lillie Turner of Carrollton; nine grandchil- dren; thirteen great-grandchildren; and two great great-grandsons. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Clestell A. Wrightstone March 30, 1933 - January 14, 2001 Mrs. Clestell Addie Wrightstone, 68, of Manchester, passed away January 14 at her home. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, January 17 at 2:00 p.m. from the Chapel of Cox Funeral Home in Manchester. Rev. Rufus Thornton of Louise will officiate, assist- ed by Rev. Jimmie Chapman of Trinity Baptist Church. Mrs. Wrightstone was born March 30, 1933 in Carrollton, daughter of the late Andrew and Myrtle Owens Pike. Survivors include her husband, Floyd Wrightstone of Opelika, Alabama; three sons, Bobby Folds of Manchester, Ricky Folds of LaGrange, and Jerrell Folds, also of Manchester; two daugh- ters, Nelda Gosnell of Opelika, and Ann Terrell of West Point; one sister, Joyce Veal of Hogansville; two brothers, Felton Pike of Tennessee, and James Pike of LaGrange; 10 grandchildren; six great grandchildren. Cox Funeral Home of Manchester is in charge of arrangements. *More Funerals, Page 6 Insurance Law Changes For Drivers, Owners qYoup County Sheriff Donny Turner says that the law regard- mg insurance on your vehicle changed as of January 1, 2002. "We contacted the Georgia Department of Motor Vehicle Safety about this new law and they sent us the following information," said Sheriff Turner. Only under the following circumstances will an operator of a vehicle be required to maintain proof of insurance while oper- ating the vehicle: I. If the policy was applied for in the last 30 days, a current written binder of insurance coverage will constitute satisfactory proof of insurance for 30 days after the date of issuance of the binder. 2. If the vehicle ks being operated under a rental agreement, a properly executed rental agreement will constitute satisfactory proof of surance for the operation of the rental vehicle. 3. If the veh)d'e was purchased within the past 20 days, proof of purcha within that time period combined with pnrof of insur- ance on another vehicle when that policy authorizes coverage of a newly purchased vehicle will constitute sasfactory proof of irLsur- ance for 20 days "after the purchase of the vehicle. 4. Vehicles insured under a policy owned by a corporation or other legal entity vdll continue to demonstrate proof of insurance via the card Lssued by the insurer for that vehicle. "We hope that this will help citizens understand the new law as it is written," ys Sheriff Turner. Expo Center 299 Commerce Avenue, US Hwy. 29 (Old Wal-Mmt Bldg.) LaGrange, GA * (706) 884-2500 IS YOU RIDE READY FOR A TRIP TO THE Whether you need a quality PI00VIOUSLY OWNED VEHICLE or a brand new con- 18. Mr. such a hat he md to The smarter you are about wireless, the you'll want PSC. 99 Nayne tt what but it aguy mbli e eye heha do fox' kne cs and 1, thai would Urged stff00 [ wrote "It iS an d the arm- 300 Anytime Minutes 2500 Night & Weekend Minutes Family Plan- 00ac,.d00,00onal user only $12.95 a month. New service activation and a minimum 12 month contract is required. Phone offer subject to availability. Additional minutes extra, Offer subject to change without notice. Other restrictions may al3oly, See your PSC Wireless consultant for complete details. A mandatc)ry arbitration provision is contained in every serwce agreement. WIRELESS 1-800-342-7522 - wvwpscel.com