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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY JAN. 30 2003 PAGE 5-A Billy Joe Williamson -----" July 10, 1963 - January 20, 2003 'lBilly Joe Williamson, 39, of nogansville, died January ILl mAat West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The funer- rvice was conducted January 22nd in the Chapel of the ) the atde A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. or two.i Reverend Dalton Hammock officiated and interment old tim6 in Meadoway Gardens in LaGrange. a dan ;irlfridVIr. Williamson was born July 10, 1963, and was a life- mch mg resident of Troup County. He was a graduate of ',omebagansville High School, was employed at Williamsbn Auto heNiglts in Hogansville, and was a member of The Pentecostal trch in LaGrange. INK of rfect tiSurvivors include his fianc6, Karen Neese of Hogansville; fl reuni daughter, Kelly Jo Williamson of Hogansville; his par- mriod , Billy and Kathryn Williamson, also of Hogansville; one :o be frder, Carol Williamson of Anniston Ala.; one brother and ge to hger-in-law, Lamar and Sabrina Wllliamson of Hogansville; 11. ece, Kendall Brem; and two nephews, Will Williamson lh to h Hunter Williamson. m librhe Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of belly agansville was in charge of arrangements. dked i found0 tdulthO Richard Gann ked up November 27, 1941 - January 26, 2003 Richard Gann, 61, of Newnan, died January 26th at NGEn 0 aan Hospital West. The funeral service was conducted "SE' uary 28th in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and ,TE I S Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend James AEN noun and the Reverend David Simons officiated and inter- " GEORI It Was in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Newnan. ;RXZZA !..,.AV Pallbearers were Jimmy Agan, Jamie Gann, Paul Hyatt, ox9 White, Andy Byers and Ricky Music. 6 AND ES NATIMr. Gann was born November 27, 1941 in Coweta County, of the late Jim Buck Gann and the late Eva Louisa Jordan ._....,. He was a lifelong resident of Coweta County and was ernber of the Baptist church. "b f  Survivors include one sister, Louise Agan of Hogansville; ._ r :ee brothers and sisters-in-law, Harry and Eloise Gann rome 1 Will" ,... ,. turn and Joyce Gann, all of Luthersville, and Robert °ea Carolyn Gann of Hogansville; and a number of nieces s v,- ,' nephews , reawTh e Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of bly c . gansville was in charge of arrangements. ce in OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY S-M-A-R-T - The annual Spelling Bee was held at Hogansville Elementary on Friday, January 24. Representatives from the fourth and fifth grade class- es competed to win the title of School Spelling Champion. Participants were Jonathan Flournoy, Matthew Brazil, Latisha Mitchem, Shakeela Cousins, Jonathan Harper, Jasmine Thrash, Melissa Coker, Meagan Allen, Joshua Cook, Caleb Drake, Zachary Maxwell, and Randy Bailey. All contestants did an excellent job representing their classes. Randy Bailey is our Spelling Champion for Hogansville Elementary School. He and first runner up, Zachary Maxwell will go on to represent our school in the County contest and could advance from there to the district, state and national competition. HES thanks judges, Jean Crocker, Yvonne Bledsoe, and Ronnie Mize for their participation in this event. Say Thanks to School Board Members The week of January 27-31, 2003 has been proclaimed "Schoo[ Board Appreciation Week" in Georgia. The LaGrange/Troup County community salutes the Troup County Board of Education: John Darden, Sheila Rowe, Debbie Burdette, Dianne J. Matthews, Alfred McNair, Daves R. Nichols, Robert R. Tatum. PA :IK MEAD()W APAR"MEN"" 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air • Stove & Refrigerator :,].,,,,,, Oplmrtuni% Price Finishes Basic Training Army Spec. Mary E. Price has graduated from basic com- bat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Price is the daughter of Gary Saner of LaGrange and is a 1992 graduate of LaGrange High School. Anthony's Cafe (inside SBS American Trucking Plaza) 1-85 Exit 28, Hogansville 637-6313 Owner: Anthony Justin Smith • Manager: Faye Smith Country Lunch Buffet Men. - Sat..° 11 a.m. - 7p.m. $6 99 All You Can Eat, Includes Tea or Coffee Sunday Buffet ° 11 a.m. - 7p.m. $7 99 All You Can Eat, 3 Meats, 5 Vegs., 3 desserts, coffee &tea MJllisene Hines ° Dinner Cook Active Preachers Eat FREE SUNDAY BUFFET Members • Bring current church bulletin for $1 OFF SUNDAY BUFFET (limited time only) 2 Egg Breakfast. ................. $399 w/grits, toast or biscuit, bacon or sausage, coffee Scott Worthy t.'2 Listing KHI£11 & Sales Agent An Indendent Member l}nflke, Home Office: 637-9926 • Cell: 706-333-9926 Hogansville Native, Scott Worthy, offers these and other properties: • 852 Minardi Dr., Corinth Community, 2BR/2BA mobile home on 3.64 acres, $52,900 • 290 Minardi Dr., Corinth Community, 3BR/2BA dou- blewide mobile home on 1 acre, $69,900 • 50 Hwy. 100 (Coweta County), 3BR/2BA brick home, 8.9 acres $175,000 • Uspon County, 14.2 acres, timber, zoned for any type home, $32,500 • 3 acres, Tenney Nelson Rd, Meriwether County, great building lot, $23,500  Financing Provided ey    Prestige Mortgage Co. t-J Use Your Tax Refund Wisely As A Downpayment On Your Dream Home. Traci Jeter Prestige Mortgage is a GA Residential Mortgage Licensee, Senior Mortgage Equal Housing Lender, And Member MBAG. License #7124 Consultant 637-6621 Sunday : Numbers Monday Numbers 22:6-11 Tuesday Numbers r life, will b 1 you 1 ddingJ so me cad, re Savi ve Je se ag" n for s' Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 l)eal direct with the owner! 637-8400 % the BIG XTRA .aid "I & H Builders le Ne , t-otnrnercial and Residential vas of Remodeling znsvil[ • Concrete Work 22:12-20 Wt(( k(  Wednesday Numbers Thursday Numbers 22:27-31 706 637-9468 Friday uesda ny too ,erry Hester )n adj ,i a. 706-884-2724 es fro BODY SHOP • GLASS SHOP • AUTO REPAIR QUALITY WORK IN RECORD TIME 1511 HAMILTON RD, RO. BOX 117t LAGRANGE, GEORGIA 30241 OWNER 706-884-8259 DAVID FOSTER We lmimce 706.884-3619 ] @ I, (2rusk E 'eo'tlAng Fresh At Your Site: FUNDRAISERS Fish Fry's Company Picnics Sporting Events JI.JL,T.._ 8924 Hamilton Rfl. Pine Mountain C']'EJNG Georgia 706.-663-9343 huckleberrysqaol.com or 706-302-0451 Numbers 22:32-35 Saturday Numbers 22:36-41 One day' as I passed through a yard sale, I found an fld box full of knick knacks. Among the old toys and broken vases, 1 found a set of old tarnished silverware. The set was far from its once shining ;lory, but I could see its potential. When I got home, immediately polished the pieces. With a little effort and time, they were again shining. As I placed the ilverware on my table, 1 thought of how useful each of us are in helping one another shine. With a little ime and effort uplifting each other, maybe we can be the shining example Christ can use for His glory. Weekly Bible Trivia Who was rebuked by an ass ? (answer found in this week's scripture reading) tummtngbird Station#l ,. BzgletPiz00llBMe 1879 East Main St. HOGANSVILLE 63%9001 , HOGANSVILLE'S I * !," ............. ROGER' Claude A. McKibben & Sons BARBQ E Funeral Home • • 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia -85 Exit 28. Hummingbird Station 1863 East Main St 706-637-8623 Hogansville • 6374100 INSTALLATION Hot Eats, Cool Treats 307-A Hwy. 29 South Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-9953 Crowder's Auto Repair Shop and Towing • Full Colision Repair • Paint Matching • Insurance Claims Welcome • Frame Straightefiing 24 Hour Towing Available 706-637-5277 801 1/2 Hamilton Road, LaGrange, GA (706) 845-0001 Mark 3. Gooch, Owner H0gansville Pharmacy Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8683 00C'-HEVRON O for tl mien  189 E. Main Street i -u ,,,Roansvme, GA loard ( ill cot* ea, Wi {7)637-0'001 y, coc cono to tt For More Information Call: LaGrange 706-884-2444 :e Approval MULTI-LINELTD Religious Supplies MAILING SERVICE P.O. BOX =2 LaGrange, GA 30241 ,,'  a*O" VAtS ILqRDWARE Phone/Fax 706-884-4297 Church Supplies • Bibles • Robes • Sunday & Farm Supply • Inserting • Bamoded Labels • Folding School Supplies ° Hymnals • Books • Tapes • Resident & Special Mailing Labels • Gifts • Cards * Plaques * Complete Golla, ng •Labol Printing/Appliclon • ffl IndlBIlWl kit Metertng• 1st Clase/Perlod- Selection Resonable Prices Icals/Standard Mall Prep • Sealing • .o., Hmmille Senior's Discount Alisa Matheny 1 E  Square 17061637"6263 706.882.4899 OwnerOperator We Sell All Types of Tires Ill • Kristies Cleaning • i HUBBARD & SPINKS p,,,.  (706) 884-1869 1115 E. Main St. Phone: Hogansvflle, GA 30230 (706) 637-6379 IIIII [.]- s*r, ,.. MATTHEW I 24 Hr. Good Neighbor Service NSU N’ 14 N LaFayette Sq LaGrange 882-0046 CAR • HOME, HEALTH" LIFE GAS FIRE PLACE LOGS LP GAS FOR HOME. FARM & INDUSTRY .  & Se,.vice • Tanks for Se t Lease ,706.884.1385 THE ROOSEVELT PLACE 30 Bed Assisted Living Facility And  A/zhe/mefs Wg 706.$§§.2§00 Call for information or a visit. 2525 Whitehouse Parkway, Warm Springs Attend The Church Of Your Choice This Week! CHOI(;E THIS WEEK!