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PAGE 21 Panel Meets1 HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2001 Mrs. Donna Noles Alien April 18, 1959 - Jammry 8, 2001 Br LaGrange - Mrs. Donna Noles Allen, 1, of LaGrange, died January 8 at tospice LaGrange. The funeral serv- :ha- ce was conducted January 11 in the .:  hapel of the Claude A McKibben and , [nat . . hat le ns Funeral Home m Hogansville. The leverend Tina Lashley and the a1J ,,.reverend Phillip Kawsky officiated u, d " an la n interment was in the Mountville "emetery Pallbearers were Mitch mr we  olson, Brandon Pressley, Rodney &apos;e of _'. yer, Terry Noles, David Noles, and , "Michael Noles son,  . . ' that / mLrs. Alien was born April 18, 1959 is wok Loraine, Ohio, daughter of the late tanfirover and Edna Blanchard Noles. She -Tved in LaGrange most of her life, was h 1 member of the Cathedral of Praise in : ers a se e  Grange, and had been employed at e.,o  gesTek, Inc. In Hogansville. " ' S " f thin,, urvlvors include two daughters nd a son-in-law, Crystal and Troy rng]ohnston and Victoria Allen, all of a.mgsj Grange; two sisters, Linda Pressley aone ,f Luthersville and Jean Laudig of ,L LaGrange; two brothers and a sister-in pick law' Michael and Nancy Noles of :,Grange and Terry Noles of m,ogansville; and two gl'andchildren, __Y_Ummer Johnston and Brandon Allen, ae tonot h of as-l LaGrange. rule t . The Claude A McKibben and Sons uara " "ou %neral Home of Hogansville was in sa ,harge of arrangements. Y, the  ]M[ Let usi "' o. Lunette Sibley Estes Jesustale 23, 1905 - January 15, 2001 r tong intot.. Mrs. Lunette Sibley Estes, 95, of ma aomaston, died Monday, Jan. 15, 2001 " t Riverside Nursing Center in wfla?thomasto n vlme . ,., , The funeral service was conducted s'"It 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17 in the aapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Rev. Aubrey Estes officiated and interment was in Southview Cemetery in Thomaston. Pallbearers were Brannon Davis, Don Windom, Dwayne Windom, Glenn Gentry, Cecil York and Ollie Vickers. Mrs. Estes was born June 23, 1905 in Meriwether County, daughter of the late Pleamon Perry Sibley and the late Ella Malcolm Sibley. Before making her home in Thomaston in 1970, she was a longtime resident of Meriwether County and was a member of New Hope United Methodist Church in Meriwether County. She was the wife of the late Horace W. Estes. Survivors include a son, Harvel Vinson Estes and his wife, Sue Estes of Thomaston; agranddaughter, Rhonda Estes Moseley and her husband, John L. Moseley Jr. of Florence, Ala.; and two , great-grandchildren, Jennifer Moseley and Ashley Moseley, both of Florence. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansvflle was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Thomas E. Whale y January 6, 2001 Thomas Edward Whaley, 56 of Marietta, formerly of Hogansville, died Saturday, Jan. 6, 2001. Services were held at Winkenhofer Pine Ridge Funeral Home in Kennesaw, with the Revs. Max Caylor, John Brantley and Terry Fleming officiat- ing. Burial was in Pine Ridge Memorial Park Cemetery. A Troup County native, Mr. Whaley retired as a sales representative with McCormick & Company after 25 years' service. He was a member of Powers Ferry United Methodist Church in Marietta. Survivors include his wife, Helen F. Whaley; one daughter, Susan Belcher of Marietta; one sister, Mildred Underwood of Fairhope, Ala., and three grandchildren. HONORED GUEST - Rev. Doug Couch is the wee-president and director of development for the Georgia Baptist Foundation, Inc. in Atlanta. Rev. Couch To Speak At Baptist Men's Day By Patti Phillips The Hogansville First Baptist Church will observe Baptist Men's Day at 11 a.m. Jan. 28 with guest speaker Rev. Douglas G. (Doug) Couch. Rev. Couch is the vice-president and director of development for the Georgia Baptist Foundation, Inc. in Atlanta. A Cobb County native, he has degrees from Georgia State University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He was the pastor of several churches before beginning his work in 1992 at the Georgia Baptist Foundation. He and his family are members of Mt. Harmony Baptist Church in Mableton. THE PUBLIC is invited to attend the program. The church is located at 500 East Main St. in Hogansville. Thursday Area residents can monito the money decisions of th, Chattahoochee-Flint Regiona Center. The facility's Personnel Finance Committee will me< Thursday, Jan 25 at 5 p m , The group will meet al th<] Regional Development Centei in Franklin. The meetings are open t the public. CHECKJ'oo+ 0000THESE JOBS ,/CNC Machine Operator ,/Customer Service Rep. J' Dispatch/Administrative J Mortgage Processor ,/QC Tech/Concrete Exp. 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