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,.. HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY JAN. 23, 2003 PAGE 5-A ] your mns a lt   h By Bryan Geter I s" stY: E HAD A GOOD TIME - HoofeCs Gospel Barn owner I _' ."lick Torrance(C sneaks Jim and Peggy Seymour of I ;peus, n . , r . . . lucinatOgansvtle as they leave the singing Saturday night. I I i  -ii::ii'iiiii:: iiil  :i::iii:. iti:: i:::iiii@iiii : iii iii ::iiiiiiiiii.l  , @F : :F .fi i I y to drir Get well wishes go out to fist?  Wylene P. Phillips, who amon m#erwent surgery last 'son settiek. as a col Our deepest sympathy drinkins out to the family of Rev. .rtainly/l r. Sutton of Newnan in his ink to bath. May His peace be in It is a grr heart. ouareaOur deepest sympathy ,s out to the family of hen, whant Isiah Daniel in his partofvSth. He was the grandson mn (a) Ms. Angela Daniel and Mr. actual xerion Ellis. "So when a lit- I for a 0child departs, we who are m creali behind, must realize God zies thres children, Angels are ,ur handed to find. myself It Happy anniversary wish- n a regt$oouttoMr. &Mrs. Reagen )Tayna Vanni) Ellison, who be celebrating their sev- tRANGE Wedding anniversary on Rn, WInSUary 27. We wish them 00any more, uP IN ,a'thday greetings go out aECAM aar. Obediah Anderson, Jr., 00z00hony Slount, grandson of . snJ AS" Lucille Colton; Alicia M. JGHBADB tOn, Mr. Carl Cousins, Mr. BOX 19ttChell Cousins, Demus 1266 AND t )PS NAN on, Chafanie Dean, ghter of Ms. Joann Dean; _.,__s. Jeanette Evans, Mrs. lYbelle Foster, Mrs. Greta Gates, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Leonard (Jeanette) Bowles; Mr. Cedric Glanton, Dustin Deon Godfrey, son of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph (Arenita) Godfrey; Jelissa Tyrvesha Colton, daughter of Mr. & Mrs.Jason (Valerie) Colton, Mr. & Mrs. Tommy (Deborah) Blalock, Mrs. Oberian Geter, Ms. Felicia Griggs, Mr. Roger E. Hardaway, Vance Lamar Harris, Ms. Opal Gray, Mr. James Hines, in memory of Mr. O.A.W. Colton; Mr. Carl Johnson, Mandrail Sewell, son of Mr & Mrs. Ronnie (Delores) Sewell; Mr. Walter Rosser, Jr., in memory of Mrs. Pearl Russell; Derron Thompson, Mr. George Tenney, Ms. Mattie Ruth Thompson Williams, Mr. Tyrone Strozier, Cory Strozier, Za Kiyyah Strozier and Mr. Quinton Thompson. Let us continue to pray for our sick and shut-ins" Mrs. Bertha Colton, Ms. Susie Clemons, Mrs. Elease Gresham, Rev. Frances Butler and Mrs. Mary Nell ROBBer. Seed for Thought: To know how to walt is the great secret of success. A @!i;iii:.]iiiiii!!iiiii iii i!iii Mrs. Pearl V. Knott September 14, 1942 - January 19, 2003 Mrs. Pearl Veal Knott, 60, of Jonesboro, died Sunday, January 19, 2003, at Southern Regional Medical Center in Riverdale. The funeral service was conducted at two p.m. Tuesday, January 21, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Dr. Bill Brannon offici- ated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Charlie Veal, Ron Payne, Michael Stitcher, Mike Stitcher, Michael Davis, Terry Anderson, James Morris and Wayne Tucker. Mrs. Knott was born September 14,1942, in Troup County. She lived in Clayton County for the past thirty years and was retired from Tara Florist in Jonesboro. She was a char- ter member of Fellowship Baptist Church in Riverdale. Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Cheryl and Terry Anderson of Jonesboro; one son and daughter-in- law, David and Kathy Veal of Griffin; her mother and step- father, Mildred and Fuller Combs of Luthersville; one sis- ter, Charlene Stitcher of Woodbury; two brothers, Lamar Veal of Fayetteville and Monroe Veal of Luthersville; and one grandson, Terry L. Anderson, Jr., of Jonesboro. She was preceded in death by her husband, Willie Lee Knott and her father, Charlie Jeffie Veal. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Donnie R. O'Neal August 13, 1960 - January 17, 2003 Mr. Donnie Ray O'Neal, 42, of Hogansville, died FYiday, January 17, 2003, at Hospice LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted at two p.m., Sunday, January 19, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Harold Willis and the Reverend Mike Reeves officiated and inter- ment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Ronnie Hall, Patrick Tate, Johnny Arrington, Kenneth Bartlett, John Noles and Danny Steele. Mr. O'Neal was born August 13, 1960, in Syracuse, New York. He lived in Troup County most of his life, was a vet- eran of service in the U.S. Air Force, and was employed as an auto mechanic. Survivors include his mother and step-father, Bobble and Jack Miles of Hogansville; one sister, Carol Bartlett of LaGrange; one brother, James O'Neal of LaGrange; and sev- eral nieces and nephews. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. T i VISA m support Our Troops 114 Commerce SL, Hogansville 706-637-8022 PUBLIC NOTICE The Georgia Department of Community Health (Georgia Medicaid) has notified The Medical Center that it is a participant in a distribution of disproportionate share funds due to its participation in the Indigent Care Trust Fund for the State Fiscal Year 2003. This enables the hospital to use these funds received from the Georgia Department of Community Health to provide additional primary care and other medical services needed by those persons who are Medicaid recipients or are unable to pay for medical care. For more information call The Medical Center at (706) 571-1300. Medical (.'#hr .00od, o00me To Make ' A Change he was I ally pr a stoppl 1 Inning. 1103 Highway 34 675-8558 fountai... ere a so later in---" vn havi [th frie a and s* solved. S frien of a ha :h her @ club, t: g, Prd l)eol direct with the owtzcr! 637-6621 Wt0000,k00t 300tviv,00 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 637-8400 the BIG XTRA H & H Builders raid" Commercial and Residential ,me Ne. Remodeling * Concrete Work Wc serf, ice whut we .elI: Terry Heater 706-884-2724 st collie :'s paper Ira. Joh BODY SHOP . GLASS SHOP , AUTO REPAIR QUALITY WORK IN RECORD TIME 1511 HAMILTON RD. PO. BOX 1171 LAGRANGE, GEORGIA 30241 70684-8259 DAVD We Finance 706-884-3619 [  We Cook Everything Fresh At Your Site? FUNDRAISERS Fish Fry's Company Picnics Sporting Events A.R-O(L]. - 8924 Hamilton Rd. Pine Mountain C&TFJNG Georgia 7O6..663-9343 huddebe'sq@a0Lc0m or 706-30241451 00GOD KNOW5 ..... At times life's situations seem a little too. much to handle Although it may be difficult, God has prepared us for whatever may come our way. Just as He prepared the giraffe for food shortage in the winter by giving him a long neck to reach the leaves high in the trees, He has given each of us special gifts to last through /he winter of our lives. God knows your struggles. Pray for His guidance this week. Sunday Judges 15:1-5 Monday Judges 15:6-10 Tuesday Judges 15:11-13 Wednesday Judges 15:14-17 Thursday Judges 15:120 Weekly Bible Trivia What animal did Samson use to burn the Philistines' fields? (enswer foutl in this week's scripture reading) Friday Judges 16:1-4 Saturda) Judges 16:5-11 Hummingbird Station #1 BUflP, II00ZalIBi00 1879 East Main St HOGANSVILLE 637-9001  * HOGANSVILLE'i * " ROGER ClaudeAMcKibben&SonSFuneraiHome BARB. .QUE 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia i-a5 Exit 28. Hummingbird Station 1863 East Main St. 706-637-8623 t.nv, 637-4100 INSTALLATION Hot Eats, Cool Treats 307-A Hwy. 29 South Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-9953 Crowder's Auto Repair Shop and Towing Vull Collision Repair Paint Matching Insurance Claims Welcome Frame Straightening 24 Hour Towing Available 706.637-5277 801 1/21-  , GA (7O6) 845-0001 Mark A. Gooch, Owner Hogansville Pharmacy Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogansville, Georgia 7[]6-637-8683 d been .but hisP * MULTI-LINE LTD Religious Supplies identifyl CHEVRON- MAILING SERVICE the,g,,I P.O. BOX 602 , LaGrange, GA30241 'k C  HARDWARE Tm ROOSEVELT 189 E. Main Street PtoneJFax 706-884-4297 " .-" :' ,A,-,,. ". Church Supplies Bibles i Robes * Sunday & FaBilm kPPiy PLACE i Hogansville, GA Inserting Barcoded Labels. Folding ="i"5i": School Supplies, Hymnals, Books, Tapes 30 Be4 Assisted Lillg Fac///ty . 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