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HOGANSVILLE HOME N:ws - THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 2002 PAGE 5-A 00rimestoppers Board Approves Rewards Totaling $250 The Board of Directors for )up County Crime Stoppers met Ursday night and approved four *ards totaling $250.00. The caller with code 5982 was Laz00 approved for a $100.00 reward for giving reformation to sheriff's offi- cer. concerning the making and selling of methamphetamme. Caller with code 6022 was approved for a $50.00 reward for giving information about the sell- ing and making of methampheta- mine. The caller with code 6031 was approved for a $50.00 reward for information regarding two people possessing marijuana. Caller with code 6035 was awarded $50.00 for information leading to the arrest of a person wanted for probation violation. All callers should call the Crime Stoppers line again at 812-1000 to find how to pick up, their rewards. HOGANSVlLLE AREA DEATHS AND FUNERALS was excel} ise on my! Mrs. Brenda W. Watts June 8, 1960 - February 4, 2002 Mrs. Brenda Wilder Watts, 41, of Grantville, died February t Portsbridge Hospice m Riverdale. The funeral service AL ARRA conducted February 6 at the Lighthouse Tabernacle of HIS  Christ in Hogansville. The Reverend Robert Longshore bIOMEsE NEII thein theReverendGrantvilleDaVidcemeterj.Simmns officiated, and interment Y THE Brn June 8, 1960 in Atlanta, Mrs Watts had lived in 'ZARD, tville for the past eighteen years. She was a member of "IN l/Lighthouse Tabernacle of Jesus Christ in Hogansville AND BEO was employed by Yamaha of Newnan. VIDELY lSUrvivors include two daughters Brandi Mitchell and 'JTER OFetoll#na..both of GrantvihilemOfhGrley DVlndel RD B EI, ; ebrothers, Lloy " , ille, D " RICA BLrl laer of Forest Park, and Scott Wilder of Nenan; two sis- ,y BELONLS, Debra Walton of Forest Parkand Ta lckey of Ligonier, L OF GEOl_ana; and two grandchildren, Ka alton and Alison EE WRO chell, both of Grantville. VIiERE A[ The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of ROM NE ansville was in charge of arrangements. LLE IS N R. THE I Fred R. Crews tUSEtrM June 23, 1930 - February 5, 2002 IN MORF WRITINGi Fred R. Crews, 71, of Sharpsburg, died February 5 at kS BEING i spice LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted S MEMOl)ruary 8 m the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and UNIVEI is Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Wesley J,.GRIZZ, atman officiated and interment was m Myrtle Hill PF_,S ARE. etery in Hogansville, with full military honors. FOR Mr. Crews was born June 23, 1930 m Carroll County, son BAD :he late Pern and Fannie Ruth Boswell Crews. He retired ;, P.O. a Technical Sergeant from the U.S. Air Force after twen- TA, GA ;rears of service and was a veteran of the Korean War. He BOOK fl lived at Sharpsburg since 1974 and was a member of the NATION  aerican Legion, the Air Force Sergeant's Association, and Ketired Enlisted Association. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Connie Crews of /U'psburg; three sons, Stephen Crews of Crestview, Florida, r derick Crews of Hogansville, and William Crews of I 1L3ksonville, Florida; one sister, Mrs. LaRose Surowic of igansville; one brother, Jack Crews, also of Hogansville; mest, we t grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. no cond The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansvflle was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Deloise C. Browning July 28, 1943 - February 5, 2002 Mrs. Deloise Crumbley (Ix)Ix)) Browning, 58, of LaGrange, died February 5. The funeral service was conducted February 8 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Billy McCollough and the Reverend Jay Knight officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Mrs. Browning was born July 28, 1943 in Hogansville, daughter of the late Jack and Nadme Thrower Crumbley. A resident of kaGrange for the past 33 years, she was a mem- ber of Miriam Chapter 32 of the Order of the Eastern Star. She was a member, Sunday School teacher, and member of the choir of Concord Baptist Church m kaGrange. Survivors include her husband, Charlie L. Browning of LaGrange; one daughter and son-in-law, Charrme and Stanley Kirk of Franklin; one son and daughter in-law, Matt and Tammy Browning of LaGrange; four sisters, Mrs. Yvonne Hay of Hogansville, Mrs. Joyce Shaw of Clanton, Alabama, Mrs. Paulette Brooks of LaGrange, and Mrs. Pamela Cumbie of Stockbridge; five grandchildren, Andy Howard, Aaron Howard, Emily Browning, Zachary Browning, and Nathan Kirk; and a number of nieces and nephews, who she loved as her children. She was preceded m death by a sister, Mrs. Rachel Browning. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was m charge of arrangements. Edgar J. Clark February 28, 912 - February 8, 2002 Edgar J. Clark, 89, of Hogansville, died February 8 at the home of his son in Pembroke. The funeral service was con- ducted February 10 m the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Brandon Brooks officiated and interment was m Myrtle Hill Cemetery m Hogansvitle. Pallbearers were H.C. Brock, Norman Smith, Charles Prather, Ralph Gaddy, W.E. Carter, and Chris Boyd. Mr. Clark was born February 28, 1912 in Shawmutt, Alabama, son of the late James and Sallie Whitley Clark. He had lived in Hogansville since 1959 and retired as a supervi- sor from Uniroyal, Inc. after working more than fifty years in the textile industry. He was a member and deacon of Highland Baptist Church and was a former member of the Hogansville Kiwanis Club. Survivors ificlude one son and daughter-in-law, B.J. and Marsha Clark of Pembroke: one daughter, Linda Clark of Hogansville; three grandchildren, Michael Clark of Savannah, Bobby Conway of LaGrange, and Paula Jo and Steve Rogerson of Pembroke; one great-grandson, Mark Aaron Rogerson of Pembroke; one brother, the Rev. O.C. Clark of Baker, Louisiana; and one sister, Faye Earle of Wedowee, Alabama. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Mary Wood Clark; his beloved wife, Geneva Gill Clark; granddaughter, Amy Conway; sisters, Viola Hurley, Ix)la Mae Rames, and Gladys Reel; and brothers, Lindsey Clark and William T. Clark. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Betty H. Jeter April 22, 1928 - February 7, 2002 Mrs. Betty Hay Jeter, 73, of Hogansville, died February 7 at West Georgia Medical Center m LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted February 10 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend James Calhoun and the Reverend Charles Chapman officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Sammy Hubbard, Dusty Hubbard, Charles Spradlin, Keith Bonner, Dennis Johnson, and Jimmy Karvelas. Mrs. Jeter was born April 22, 1928 in Troup County, daugh- ter of the late Carl and Ira Gamble Hay. She was a lifelong resident of Hogansville and owned and operated Village Inn Beauty Shop m Hogansville for more than forty years. She was a member of Trinity Worship Center m Hogansville. Survivors include a daughter and son-m-law, Elaine and Vandy Vandiver of Hogansville; a son and daughter-in-law, Van and Traci Jeter, of Hogansville; one sister, Mrs. Marie Robinson, also of Hogansville; one brother, J.C. 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