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.__ HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2003 PAGE 5-A Mrs Dorothy Caldwell ======ianuary 19, 1924- February 24, 2003 lb-7[Mrs. Dorothy Martin Caldwell, 79, of ilansville, died February 24th at West rgla Medical Center in LaGrange. The • a €17iral service w ducted Februar 28th su ,,.i. e ,, as con y Lted the, # apel of the Claude A. McKibben and , .... ,u,&apos; tgs= ..... neral Home in Ho gansville . Dr. Bob -Iarris a s oItzetated and interment was in Myrtle z act of Cemetery in Hogansville. as sin. rs" Caldwell was born January 19, 1924 , burrl°°Weta County, daughter of the late John ' - aon Martin and the late Ada Todd Martin. there  lived in Hogansville most of her life, was . ember of the Ho,ansville Senior Center, to knOret. - , ,umot .lred from International Playtex after h t'his "e than thirty years of service. She was the . "r or the late Marcus Caldwell, and was a glat, a ,ber of Highland Baptist Church in a, Wire,?ville, where she was active in the WMU tnetwas a former Sunday School teacher. get m 'urvivors include -,, ons Gar d fickup " ['elm, Wash .... o s , y Cal well • . ington and John Caldwell of ..... s re, California; one sister, Mrs. Vivian wnuer en of Newnan; a granddaughter, Miss 3ff, donifer Caldwell of Tempe, Arizona; and a .SehsWwbePg.Mrs. Prankie Ashmore of Newnan. 1 Claude A Mckibben and Sons Funeral cts, theyae of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ts. R0 DEDR Mrs. Thelma Hester YING S 'HE LA March 4, 1919 - February 24, 2003 ;REW trPlVlr  .Thelma uNDBECjan $• (Nanny) Hester, 83, of READ C,€£ u sville, died February 24th at the Brian :IME. a R er .of Nursing Care in LaGrange. The funer- s ARE sT rvlce was conducted February 26 in the allb ' ' earers were Kenneth Webb, David I t tsa ' Chip Clay, Charlie Wheelus, Mike i-1.1,. . p, acott Bonner, Elmer Williams and Andy le is t" :- °rn March 4, 1919 in Randolph County, , vrs• Hester was the daughter of the late and Dusky Heard Philpot. She had lived e since 1946, was a member of the Hogansville Church of God, and was retired from Uniroyal, Inc. Survivors include one daughter, Dottle" Stevens of Hogansville; her stepmother, Grace Philpot; a half sister, Joan Finley, both of Delavan, Wisc.; three grandchildren, Kim and James Moon and Bruce and Tracie Stevens, all of LaGrange, and Kerry and Mark Sinns of Hogansville; five great grandchildren, James Moon, Jessica Moon, and Caroline Stevens, all of LaGrange, and Nick Sinns and Meridith Sinns, both of Hogansville; and a special cousin, Ed and Martha Griffin of Williamson. She was preceded in death by a brother, Earl Philpot. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. B.C. Garrett, Sr. February 21, 1928 - February 21, 2003 Ephriam Cannon (Cotton) Garrett, Sr., 75, of Greenville, died February 21st at his home. The funeral service was conducted February 24th at Greenville Presbyterian Church• The Rev. Amy Arnold-Hoffman, the Rev. Jonathan Porter and the Rev. Jan Tolbert officiated, with interment in the Greenville Cemetery• Pallbearers were Otto Garrett, Rodney Garrett, Joel Sheiton, Tim McCard, John Norris, Rob Parks, Jim Harding, and James Sanders. Members of area law enforcement, fire service, and emergency service agencies served as honorary escort. Mr. Garrett was born February 21, 1928 in Meriwether County, son of the late Levie Franklin Garrett and the late Sara Blair Garrett. A veteran of service in the U.S. Air Force, he was a lifelong resident of Meriwether County and retired as a resident engineer from the Georgia Department of Transportation. He was an Elder of Greenville Presbyterian Church, was a member of the Greenville Lions Club, and had served many years as a volun- teer for the Meriwether County and Greenville Fire Departments• Mr. Garrett was also a for- mer Meriwether County Shei'iff's deputy• Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Keedie Holton Garrett; a daughter and son-in law, Wendy and Scott Atkins; a son and daughter- in-law, Sandy and Jenny Garrett, all of Greenville; one brother, Marcus Garrett of Sanford, Fla.; four grandchildren, Chris Garrett, Kristen Garrett, Luke Atkins, and Sarah Blair Atkins, all of Greenville• He was preceded in death by a sister, Katherine Jenkins. Contributions in memory of Mr. Garrett may be made to the Greenville Presbyterian Church Building Fund, the Greenville Baptist Church Building Fund, or to West Georgia Hospice. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements• Mrs. Pharon Huntsman October 22, 1942 - February 26, 2003 Mrs. Pharon Jacks Huntsman, 60, of Milledgeville, died February 26 at her home. The funeral service was conducted March 1st at Old Pathway Baptist Church in LaGrange. Pastor Sam Mitchell officiated and entomb- ment was at Restlawn Memory Gardens in LaGrange. Pallbearers were Jason Huntsman, Keith Hurley, Keith Hurley, Jr., Guy Spradlin, Roy Kane and Mark Abbott. Born October 22, 1942 in Rock Mills, Ala., Mrs. Huntsman lived in Jonesboro before mak- ing her home in Milledgeville in 2000. She was a member of the Baptist church. She was pre- ceded in death by her parents, Durward Franklin Jacks and Bertha Clark Jacks. Survivors include her husband, Joe Huntsman of Milledgeville; one daughter, Sonja Michelle Kane and her husband, Roy of Tampa, fla.; one son, Keith Hurley, also of Tampa; one sister and brother-in-law, Fay and Edward Morris of Hogansville; and three grandchil- dren, Harrison Kane and Isabella Kane, both of Tampa and Keith Hurley, Jr. of Hampton. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. Miss Lee Louise Furgurson April 15, 1939 - February 22, 2003 Miss Lee Louise Furgurson, 63, of LaGrange, died February 22nd at the home of her sister in LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted February 26th at the graveside in Forest Park Cemetery in Shreveport, LB. Miss Furgurson was born April 15, 1939 in Longview, Texas, daughter of the late Julius Cleveland Furgurson and the late Minnie Aline Parhan Furgurson. Before making her home in LaGrange, she lived in Louisiana most of her life. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Ann Howard of LaGrange; two nephews, Arthur W. Howard of LaGrange and Buddy Furgurson of Spring Hill, LB.; and two great-nieces. Contributions in memory of Miss Furgurson may be made to Hospice LaGrange. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. W. Hugh Johnson November 16, 1919 - February 26, 2003 William Hugh Johnson, 83, of Grantville, died February 26th at Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater, Florida• The funeral service was conducted March 2nd in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Ellis Freeman, the Reverend Darris Baker, and the Reverend Timothy McDowell officiated and interment was in Oak Hill Cemetery in Newnan. Pallbearers were Jerry "Fucker, Lee McGrath, Tim Snipes, Paul Johnson, Edward H. Johnson, Michael Johnson and Jeff Smith. Mr. Johnson was born November 16, 1919 in Newnan, son of the late William Mercer Johnson and the late Mary Buchanan Johnson. A veteran of World War II, he served with the U.S Army in North Africa and Italy. He retired as a district manager for Gulf Life Insurance Company after 36 years of service and also retired from South Fulton Hospital in East Point• He was a devoted member of the First United Methodist Church of Grantville and had served the community by working with the Meals on Wheels program. A loving and devoted husband, father and frien*d, he is survived by his wife of 57 years, Mrs. Mary Graham Johnson of Grantville; one son and daughter-in law, William Randall and Linda Johnson of Jonesboro; one sister and brother in-law, Mary Ann and Arne Andersen of McCormick, S.C.; two grandchildren, William Todd Johnson of Stockbridge and Kimberly Ann McGrath and her husband Lee of Easley, S.C.; and many special nieces, nephews, and friends. The Claude A. 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His unchanging love and devotion to us will forever be our guide. Jesus is the same yesterday and toda!', I,es , and/brever. Hebrews 13:8 Weekly Bible Trivia What were Paul and Silas doing when the earthquake opened the prison cell? (answer found in this week's scripture reading) Sunday Monday Tuesday Wed• Thurs. Friday Saturday Acts Acts Acts Acts Acts Acts Acts 16:1-5 16:6-12 16:13-18 16:19-25 16:26-36 16:37-40 17:1-8 I oIo Cdlunult } catts - - Religious Supplies A 1'!"[:;,. Church Supplies * Bibles • Robes • Sunday -:: s .>!,\\;k School Supplies * Hymnals * Books * Tapes -- - ,-i:[<"., Gifts • Cards * Plaques a Complete HUBBARD & SPINKS :; Selectio. Resonabe r-i¢, Parts - Service Senior's Discount lll5E. MainSt. Phone: 7'd99 1 E. Lafayette Square Hogansville, GA 30230 (706) 637-6379 * HOGANSVILLE'i* . ;:', - ............. ROGER' ClaudeA. McKibben&SonSFuneralHome BARB. .QUE 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia 1-85 Exit 28. 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