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EWS v r -- OBITUARIES Mrs. era Lee Blanks Mrs. Ora Lee Blanks, 90, of Mr. Winfbgansville, died Sunday, January [liams, g, 1999 at Alvista Care Home in / Dawson, teenville. at-grandsO The funeral service was conducted try (Fran2 P.m. Tuesday, February 2 in the 1 of the Claude A. McKibben d Sons Funeral Home in 9err that lgansville.TheReverendR.C.Pres- ) Clement!/tt officiated and interment was in tal and d0,tle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Ron Chamber- in, Lamar Arrington, Billy Ray nefit progvis, Shane Prescott, Daryl Ward, ;r Clementkl Jimmy Thompson. (Saturday) Mrs. Blanks was hom June 9,1908 )lemon G Heard County, daughter of the late Iountain. M Oscar I-I;fatt and the late Martha , choirs, selection nake this] merit is Sl dy Aires endthe"F Sunday, l he Bethlel Robert E. Robert E. McGouirk, 71, of antville, died Tuesday, January 26, 99 at Peachtree Regional Hospital %wnan. The funeral service was conducted &apos; P,m. Thursday, January 28 at the lveside in Cokes Chapel United II ii 1) Neighbors Hyatt. She had lived in Hogansville since 1930, was a mem- ber of Antioch Baptist Church in Hogansville, and was the wife of the late William T. Blanks. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Essie Finch of Hogansville; five grandchildren, Mrs. Daphna Ward of Moreland, Mrs. Retha Strickland of Hapeville, Mrs. Nancy Lane of Elienboro, N.C., Mrs. Dondra Davis of Newnan, and Laymen E. Powers, Jr. of Hogansville; seventeen great- grandchildren; and twenty great- great-grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. McGouirk late Julie Kelley McGouirk. He was an Army veteran of the Korean Con- flict and had lived in Grantville most of his life. Survivors include one son, James Michael McGouirk of Grantville; one brother, Troy McGouirk of arks com =-thodist Church Cemetery in Hazelhurst; a brother-in-law, Ed ,ill be m', Weta County. The Reverend Wil- Parrott of Newnan; and several nieces Dozier"l d Dean officiated, and nephews. ,,, ho", Mr. McGouirk was horn July 2, The Claude A. McKibben and "" ..... 27 in Troup County, son of the late Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville I Orge Franklin McGouirk and the was in charge of arrangements. here are fa.h, Harvey L. Martin ,st of then(Harvey Lassetter Martin, 76, of Martin-LagerquistlnsuranceAgency l=thersville, died Tuesday, Febrn- in Atlanta.Hereturned toLuthersville .Jr2,1999atNewnanHoital.The in 1967, where he farmed and was neral service will be conducted at 2 retired from James River Corpora- m. Thursday, February 4 at the Ithersville Baptist Church with Rev. e Feider and Rev. ClarenceDenney :tmiating Interment will in the ltbersville Cemetery. -I lXallbearers will be James Martin, Johnny Martin, Byron Martin, 4argaret  nny Garland, Albert Gill, and Bill grandda k. mary 8th Mr. Martin was horn January 19, nts are _ .2..3 in Meriwetber County, son of -Woodsalelate Clinton Albert Martin and the !e . Exa Sibley Martin. He lived in 'sons on - kalb County for a number of years d are in n I(1 had been a partner in Knight- tion in Newnan. Mr. Martin was a member of the Luthersville Baptist Chm'eh. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Coker Martin of Luthersville; two sons and a daugh- ter-in-law, Dennis and Leatha Mar- tin and Douglas Martin, all of Luthersville; two brothers, James Martin of Newnan and Kenneth Mar- tin of Luthersville; and a grandson, Justin A. Marlin, also of Luthersville. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville is in charge of arrangements. iber : "Do not put your trust in princes, __r in a son of man, in whom there is help," Psalm 146:3. o wand]- "Ha warms . Ppy is he who has the God of :. COb for his help, whose hope is in e LOrd his God, Psalm 146:5. ;ed threq time" ev! God earl be trusted because He tr next std Ways provides what He promises. e ts the ultimate giver. "---' I belong to the King, and He loves F, I know. [ r His mercy and kindness so flee II  unceasingly mine wheresoever I thew ( lily Ma ;on. Wayne Evans Auction Company, Inc, t706) 324.0344, GA Lic.#165, {800) 282.8460 Johnnie and Mable Williamson attended the Sunday evening service at Lowell Congregational Holiness Church in Lowell where Bro. Johnnie was the special speaker. REVIVAL February 21 st thru 24th with Johnnie Williamson here at the church. The 21st begins at 6 p.m., 22nd thru 24th begins at 7 p.m. Ev- eryone is welcome! Happy birthday wishes to Jessica S he Mutt, Joyce and Janet Ric harrison. Happy birthday wishes in memory of Lottie Richardson. nd my refuge unfailing is He. Daily Prayer --Smith My God shall supply all your needs hilippians 4:13). Our Sunday morning services ere focused on healing. Bro. Hill s essage was from Exodus 15:2 and tthew 4:23. Sunday evening his SSage was from John 5:1-9. Oh, God, touch my heart today And cleanse me from all sin. Put your love and joy inside And keep it safe within. Till someone comes along And needs my help To lift their loads today. Then may I reach inside my heart And give love and joy away. -----Mildred H. Bell Antioch Baptist Church News If You don't have a church home .1  looking for a place to wor- up, we welcome you. adio Broadcast 9:00 a. m. tmday School I0:00 a.m. t.Oming Service 11:00 a.m. hildren's Church 11:00 a.m. Service 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. age 3-18, Wednesdays :15 p.m. J The Senior Citizens met on Thurs- January 7 at 7:00 p.m. at building for their dinner meeting. roup went to Brian people from living there. They are groups ', January 16 the basic course for the AWANA build- 1:00 p.m. In week on Wednesday, met for their first 86 workers and young On Sunday night, A.tho AWANA workers their basic training awards IIIII and pins, in a brief dedication ser- vice. We encourage all parents to bring their children on Wednesday night and then stay for prayer meet- ing. Our goal for Sunday School is 125. Will you help us meet that goal? Come and bring a friend. We have classes for all ages. Visit and see what God is doing for us and what He will do for you. All who attended, enjoyed the spa- ghetti supper at the Dolly building on Saturday, January 23 at 6:00 p.m. Remember all the sick and shut- ins when you pray: Rebecca John- son, Lois Denney, Rudolph White, Gayle Shirey, Camron Spinks, Mich- elle Worthy, Ashley Bills, Albert Faulkner, and Jessie Mae Hand. We extend our Christian sympa- thy to the families of John Aiken, James Daniel, Michael Birdsong, Tal- madge Shelnutt and era Lee Blanks. The visitation group went to Alvista Nursing Home on Sunday, January 31 at 2:30 p.m. Thought for the Day: Pray. But then be prepared to work, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1999--HOGANSVILLE HERALD---3 THE HOGANSVILLE OPTIMIST CLUB held their induction service Thursday night, January 25 for new president Tammy Neese (left) and Darrell Neese (right), a new member. Tom Little (center) is Optimist Club's Lt. Governor. After the ceremony the club members enjoyed dinner at Johnny Brown's Country Fixins. I d00<-z Tast efu I Gifts / For . Sweet Su00rises 00eet00A00?e I p q Chocolates, Fudge Sundries and Confections Open i0 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Wednesday q 637-8828 j i FRANCES ROBINSON (LEFT) with new Hogansville Optimist Club president Tammy Neese. Ik BIRTHDAYS ' II N NIvAENRDARIJ FEBRUARY 4 Barbara Laster, Carol Cook, Chuck Brazell. Ezra E. Whitmore, Heidi L. Cleveland. FEBRUARY 5 Robin B urruss, Wesley Hawk, Jeff Johnson. FEBRUARY 6 Cathy Kelley, Jack Crews. Sr., Sydney Reynolds, Woody Caswell. FEBRUARY 7 Angela Lee Reynolds, Chris Walker, Gracelyn Hawk, Kevin Grif- fin,Robbie McLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Odom, anniversary. FEBRUARY 8 Christopher Braswell, Estelle Neighbors, Overton Magnan, Roy John Thompson. IV FEBRUARY 9 Mary Darden, Melody Wegienka. FEBRUARY 10 Kathleen Yarbrough, Mickey Crawford, Rhonda Shelnutt, Serena Cheyenne Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Char- lie Wheelus, anniversary. Sunday School is at 10 a.m. Atthe worship service at 11 a.m., Rev. Prescott's message was taken from John 14:1-6, Matthew 4:16-25, Revelation 21:1-22, and God shall wipe away all tears from the eyes There will be no death, no sorrow and no pain. We had three visitors. Evening services are at 7 p.m. His text was taken from Matthew 3:1-5, John was the one who baptized Jesus, Matthew 4:13-17. After the message we had a baptismal service and the Lord's Supper closing the service with a song and fellowship with the one who was baptized. We had two visi- tors. Wednesday night prayer service is at 7 p.m. Continue to pray for all the sick, shut-ins, elderly, and sin sick. We invite you to come worship with us. : I T SAVINGS L). 0. BONDS For Comments Write: . Hogansvflle Herald P.O. Box 426 Hogansville, GA 30230 SAT., FEB. 20 * 12:00 NOON Valley Tractor & Trailer 6855 Hwy. 27 * Pine Mountain, GA -- OWNER RETIRING --  .: iiiiill i:,:i:i,iji :' ................ 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