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PAGE 6-A HOGANSVILLE HOME Nmvs - THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 2004 Arthur R. Moss October 15, 1919- March 16, 2004 United Methodist Church Member Dr. Arthur R. Moss, of Signal Mountain, TN and a former resident of LaGrange. died ~hesday, March 16, at Erianger Medical Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee. A funer- al service was held at 4 p.m., Saturday, March 20, at the First United Methodist Church of Hogansville. Rev. Helen Henry and Rev. Marion Shivers officiated. Interment followed in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Dr. Moss was born October 15, 1919, in Sanford, FL, son of the late Reuben and Pearl Moss. A graduate of the University of Florida and Emory University School of Dentistry, he served as a captain in the Army Air Corps during World War Two. Following his discharge from the Army, Dr. and Mrs. Moss moved to Bartow, FL, where he maintained a dental practice until his retirement in 1975. He was a past pres- ident of the Bartow Lions Club, a past pres- ident of the Polk County Tennis Club, and a past board member of Peace River Country Club. He was a former member of the First United Methodist Church of Bartow, where he had served on the Administrative Board and had served as Sunday School superin- tendent. He was a member of the American Dental Association and the Polk County Dental Society. In 1988, Dr. and Mrs. Moss moved to LaGrange where they lived until making their home in Signal Mountain three years ago. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Hogansville and the LaFayette Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America. Survivors include his wife of 63 years, Frances Hogan Moss of Signal Mountain; two daughters and sons-in-law, Penny and Pepper Arnold of Nashville, TN and Fayla and David Daniel of Lookout Mountain; eight grandchildren and their husbands or wives, Shannon and Christopher Haas, Meghan and Harlan Freer, and Lauren and Seth Denney, all of Nashville, TN, John Arthur and Camille Daniel, and Litt Daniel, all of Chattanooga, TN, Katie and Matthew Brock and Emily Daniel, all of Lookout Mountain, and Josie and Todd Domenico of Jackson Hole, WY; seven great-grandchildren; one brother, Julian Moss of Jacksonville, FL; and sever- al nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorial contribu- tions may be made to the First United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 333, Hogansville, GA 30230. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. James D. Todd FebruaD, 28, 1920 - March 17, 200,t US Navy Veteran of WWII James D. Todd, 84, of Morrow, died Wednesday, March 17, at Southern Regional Medical Center in Riverdale. Funeral serv- ices were conducted at 2 p.m., Saturday, March 20, in the chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Rev. Ran Daniel officiated; interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Mr. Todd was born February 28,1920, in Hogansville, son of the late John Henry'Ibdd and the late Janie Daniel Todd. A United States Na~Bz veteran of World War Two, he lived in Hogansville before making his home in the Atlanta area fourteen years ago. Survivors include one son, Michael J. Todd of Morrow; three grandchildren, Danny Dean and Michael James Todd, Jr., both of Cumming, and David Dillon Todd of Morrow; two sisters, Virginia Bowen of Woodstock and Mary Carter of Hogansville; and one brother, Harold Todd of Hogansville. The Claude A. McKibben and Softs Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Doris Sibley Davis August 16, 1919 - March 16, 2004 Luthersville Methodist Church Member Doris Sibley Davis, 84, of the Rocky Mount Community of Meriwether County, died Tuesday; March 16, at Hospice LaGrange. A funeral service was held at 2 p.m., Friday. March 19, at the Luthersville United Methodist Church. Rev. Richard Campbell, Rev. Patrick Jansen, and Rex,. Kenneth Whitlock officiated; interment was in the Luthersville Cemetery. Born August 16, 1919, in Meriwether County, Mrs. Davis was the daughter of the late Levi E Sibley and the late Annie Shaw "-6jbley. She was a lifelong resident of M~riwether County and retired as office manager from Dundee Mills in Newnan. She was a member of Luthersville United Methodist Church. Survivors include a daughter and son in-law, Dana and Bobby Brown of Luthersville; and four grandchildren, Brannon Davis of Rocky Mount, Brandey Brown, Elizabeth Brown, and Rachel Brown, all of Luthersville. In addition to her parents, she was pre- ceded in death by her husband, J. Robert Davis; a son, J. Sibley Davis; and brothers, Pleamon A. Sibley and Levi Perry Sibley, Jr. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mary Clyde Clark October 10, 1928 - March 22, 2004 Trinity Worship Center Member Mary Clyde Smith Clark, 75, of Hogansville, died Monday, March 22 at the home of her son in Decatur. Funeral serv- ices were conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 24 in the chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Rev. Helen Henry and Rev. Jimmie Erv,~xl officiated and interment fol- lowed in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Born Oct. 10, 1928, in LaGrange, Mrs. Clark was the daughter of the late James and Burla Ballard Simmons. She lived in Hogansville most of her life, was a mem- ber of Trinity Worship Center, and retired from Uniroyal, Inc. after 27 years of serv- ice. Survivors include four sons, Dr. James Lewis Smith of Austin, TX, Gary Martin Smith and Rumi Smith of Hogansville, Phillip Warren Smith and Gwen Smith of LaGrange and George Vernon Smith and Danny Denn of Decatur; one daughter, Laura Faith Proctor and Terry Proctor of Whidbey Island, Wash.; 12 grandchildren and 16 great- grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. THE OLD IS NEW AGAIN- Legend~ figure Billy Bryant caught the seco at Flint River Academy in the Medi leaming to play a new game for the~ old game for him. He told the studl he grew up when jacks and jump r0 any game involving a ball were theirC things and pastimes. Men's Day Schedi[ Sunday at Spring Springfield Baptist Church in will be celebrating Men's Day on Suncht 28. Guest speaker will be G. Winston St~ Joseph McGuire is pastor of SBC. On Saturday, March 27, the men of tit will serve BBQ plates from 10 a.m. gone. Cost per plate is $6. Gospel Singing N Planned for Satud 1 A night of old fashioned Holy Gh~ singing featuring Unshackled, Middendorf - 12 year old singing Linda Griffith and Dan Burdett, Yo~ and more. The singing will take Grantville Church of God, 30 Main 27 at 6 p.m.| For more information call Dan B~ 770-583-2260 or visit The Lords Pla~ Store in downtown Grantville. | 1 GAS FIRE PLACE LOGS LP GAS FOR HOME, FARM & INDUSTRY Appraisal S~es & S~ Tanks b Sate or Lease 706.884.1385 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1,800-312-3229 !:iVAN'S HARDWARE &Fann SuPldy 61 quial Rd. 637-8400, i Try the BIG XTRA [~1 [~7~[~ H& H Builders Commerdal and Residential Remodel{ng Concrete Work Terry Hester 706-884-2724 CHEVRON huckleberry~kcom We G~,t~ vervthmg [h'~h .4 t )~,ur Sitd FIJNDRAISERS Fish F't~,'s Company Picnics Sporting Events 8924 Hamilton Rd. Pine Mountain Georgia 706-663-9343 or 706-302-0451 BODY SHOP, GLASS SHOP ,AUT0 REPAIR ~JEn~ ~RK L~4 ECO~T~ 189 E, Main Street Hogansville, GA I BLESSED Sp~gisthe time ofy~ that rest remi~ ns0f 4 ~ God's continual c~tiorL With each newSprin~ we realize that Cod has created a univ~ that ~tinues to create or recreate itself anew e~-)~. ~ this sea- on, d on the verge of ~om~'~g~ and we u~ierstandably think of Spdr~ as a v~tige of cre- ati0~ ht is not every dawn a vestige of creati0m with new light ~ on new life each and rCevj day? Indeed, to take this to its 10gi~ conclusion, every moment of every day is truly a new creation. '~ universe is contin~y in the process of ~l~g. To really appreciate each and every present mment is to glimpse God s eternal act of creation as it happens. To treasure and enj0y every new day and season that we are given not o~a b~, but also a chance to grow in the love of C~The Bible]ells us to lead a life worthy of the Lord, pleasing to Him, bearing fruit in ev~ good work and ~ing in the knowledge of God (Colossians 1:10). How blessed we are to be alive while God is creating His world. We Sell All Types of' Claude A lVlcKibben & Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson SWeet HUBBARD & SPI Hogansville, Georgia = 706..637-8623 ms ~. ~ sL Parts-Sen'ice HogansviUe, GA 30230 (7~ INSTALLATI~ Hot Eats, Cool Treats, 307-A Hwy. 29 South Itogansville, Georgia S0~ V2 ~ Road. 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