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0000eaths and 00unerais Obra Ayres Gaulding July 9, 1914 - January 24, 2000 - Obra Ayres Gaulding, 85, of Harrisonville com- )f Troup County, died Monday, January 24 at the West Center of LaGrange. ral services were conducted at grave side at 3:30 p.m. January 26 in the Shadowlawn Cemetery in e. Reverend Gary Parrish and Reverend Wayne Hester was born July 9, 1914 in Troup County, m daughter te John Kirkland Ayres and the late Lilla Lester Ayres. 1 in Troup all of her life, was a member of Asbury United ist Church in Harrisonville, and owned and operated Beauty Shop in Harrisonville for 26 years before retir- was the wife of the late Clinton Gaulding. ivors include one daughter, Judy Anderson of Cartersville; and daughter in law, Clinton and Janice Gaulding Jr, of nville; one brother, Frank Ayres of West Point; three fildren, Jeffrey Gaulding of Harrisonville, Tracy Lynn )n Ward of Medford, Oregon and Jason Anderson of and one great granddaughter, Haydn Ward of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Alle was in charge of arrangements. The gion # Thomas H. Williamson tlC u ,7 00ooo t r - Thomas H. Williamson, 72, of Decatur, died January .,,aawford.W. Long Hospital in Atlanta. The funeral service EW n°ucted January 20 at Lawrenceville Road United " list Church in Decatur The Reverend Ferris Harden offi- ]nd interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemete in Ho ansville r • .. j ry g . .orfel 1 • . • k  r.F l!lamson was retired from MARTA and was an active ,-,r or the Lawrenceville Road United Methodist Church. • .j preceded in death by his wife, Mrs Rudine Bradbury r'(s°n;co.^ ,_ his father, Clyde Williamson; "his mothers, Mrs. t Bosi:: rris Williamson and Mrs. Flora Harris Williamson; L, ---.-..!' , Ms. Sharon Williamson. Jvivors include Mrs Evelyn Higgins, Ms. Sharon Hunt, l)mp. d Ryan Crutchfield" Henry Brenda and Chris Veal Mrs agay . . , j , . i'orfd a.rbrough, Mrs. Lisa Lafever, Mrs. Betty Heckman, and mly members and close friends  Turner and Sons Funeral Home of Decatur was in charge y wgements. aga y pi Tony Ubel December 27, 1972 - January 17, 2000 Grantville - Tony Ubel, 27, of Grantville, died January 17 in Grantville. The funeral service was conducted January 20 at the Lighthouse Tabernacle of Jesus Christ in Hogansville. The Reverend Robert Longshore officiated and interment was in the Grantville Cemetery. Mr. Ubel was born December 27, 1972 in Cincinnati, Ohio and lived in Florida before making his home in Grantville ten years ago. He was employed as a commercial roofer. Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Jennie and Henry Weeks of Lacoochee, Florida; his father, Johnny Ubel of Ft. Pierce, Florida; one sister, Tina Absher of Lacoochee; his grandmother, Tina Bryant of Kentucky; and his adopted family in Grantville, Buddy, Mary, Beth, Melissa, Shane, Chris, and Star Wilder; Geneva Kern and the late Bud Kern; Darlene Cole; and Cathy Southern. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangement. Elsie Smith East March 9, 1932 - January 17, 2000 Hogansville - Mrs. Elsie Smith East, 67, of Newnan, died January 17 at Hospice LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted January 19 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in HogansviUe. The Reverend Frank Powers and the Reverend Ron Howard offi- ciated and interment was in Oak Hill Cemetery in Newnan. Pallbearers were Terry Ellis, Mike Westbrook, Randy Westbrook, Sam Hill, Harold Barber, and Larry Beckom. Honorary pallbear- ers were members of the Georgian Quartet. Mrs. East was born March 9, 1932 in Grantville and was a lifelong resident of Coweta County. She was a member of East Newnan Baptist Church and retired from Playtex Corporation after 38 years of service. She was preceded in death by her father, J. Edgar Smith and an infant brother and an infant sister. Survivors include her husband, Alfred East of Newnan; one daughter, Mrs. Dale Westbrook of Sargent; five stepdaughters, Mrs. Linda Richards of Anniston, Alabama, Mrs. Lavinia McNease of Fitzgerald, Mrs. Joyce Walker of Jackson Gap, Alabama, Ms. Ann East of Norcross, and Ms. Sandy East of Newnan; one step- son, Larry East of Colorado; her mother, Mrs. Edna A. Smith of Newnan; one brother, Bert Smith, also of Newnan; thirteen grand- children and thirteen great-grandchildren. Contributions in memory of Mrs. East may be made to the Building Fund of East Newnan Baptist Church. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Verdie Mae Durden November 19, 1917 - January 22, 2000 Hogansville - Mrs. Verdie Mae Durden, 82, of Hogansville, died January 22 at her home. The funeral service was conduct-, HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - JANUARY 20, 2000 - PAGE 7 .,1 January 23 at the graveside in ,;', !. llill Cemetery in Mrs. Durden was born November 19, 1917 in La(;range, daugh- ter of the late Arnold and Verdie Wells Crisler. She lived in Hogansville most of her life ana retired after owning and oper- ating a beauty shop for many years. She was the wife of the late John Lloyd Durden. Survivors include one son and daughter-in-law, John A. and Joy Durden of Americus; and two grandchildren, Kaye Durden and Marty Durden, both of Americus. Contributions in memory of Mrs. Durden may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, RO. Box 803638, Chicago, Illinois 60680- 8984. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home or Hogansville was in charge of arrangements, Church News and Events / / / New Beginning Full Gospel Church By Phyllis Shoup New Beginnings Full Gospel Church is located at 2600 Hwy. 54 in Harrisonville. Pastor is James Sanders. Morning worship is at 11 a.M. Sunday. Evening worship is at 6 p.m. First and third Wednesday at 7 p.,m. are prayer and praise. Second and fourth Wednesdays at 7 p.m. are Bible Study. If you need prayer, a new church home or a new beginning in life, come and let us pry for you. Pastor James Sanders' message Sunday morning was taken • from I Kings 18-41: Who Do we Serve? Choose Ye This Day. The evening text was from Luke 19:1-7: If A Man Can Climb A Tree to See the Lord, What Would We Do/ Thought for the Week Count that day lost in which you've not done something good for another. Firm Foundations Being Presented At Faith Baptis t Church in March Faith Baptist Church on Hammett Road in LaGrange pre; ents "Firm Foundations," a weekend to strengthen families. The free event will be held Friday through Sunday, March 3-5. "Firm Foundations" is a weekend for couples to come togeth- er for a time of strengthening their relationships, family and home. The weekend will include time of worship, music, drama and workshops specifically designed to focus on the family. "Therefore whosoever heareth these sayings and doeth them, I will liken him unto a wise man, which built his house upon a rock," Matthew 7:24. Please register early. To register or for more information, call Faith Baptist Church at (706) 883-3100• TO ’'hm00je Highway 34 675-8558 TROPHIES • PLAQUES • GIPTS AWARDS • MEDALS • RIBBONS -Seymour's - Engraving Co. 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