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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 2003 PAGE 5-A Old-Fashioned Camp Meeting' scheduled at Grantville Depot ,. An old-fashioned camp meeting gospel singing (outside, eather permitting) will be held at the old Train Depot in wntown Grantville Saturday, April 26 at 6:00 p.m. Featured singers will be Awbreys of Carrollton, Linda r" " • ,rip IL rlfflth of Newnan, Marshall White of Grantville, Buddy [I [mth of Louise, Felicia Smith of Grantville and William V I .arson also of Grantville Other Afro American sin ers •  • . g •ill be featured .. Everythin "is free. Brin the famil and have a oDd lU. ime praising God. For more mformatio call Bro. Thog2as (770) 583-2076 or visit the Lord's Place Thrift Store, Grantville. tinter Mrs. Susan Whitt is oW! April 17, 1957 - April 5, 2003 i show Mrs. Susan Littlefield Whitt, 45, of Hogansville, died April t rern h at her home The funeral service was conducted April d' v has Po in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben an d Sons Funeral fis ftaaO °me in Hogansville with the Reverend Robert Longshore Cfiarting. winos,. ,,. rs. Whitt was born April 17, 1957 in LaGrange, and lived t ro.up County most of her life. She was a member of the gnthouse Tabernacle of Jesus Christ in Hogansville and u. ag as employed at Bo-Tex Manufacturing Company in N, DEDI ogansville. RYINC Survivors include thre daughters and a son-in-law, Jamie THE d Michael Friend, Jessica Wade, and Jackie Wade, all of )G ogansville; one son, Judy Eugene Wade of Halifax, N.C.; r , AND J . mother, Alice Littlefield of Hogansville; one brother and RrA mer-m-law, James and Gloria Littlefield of Halifax, N.C.; lda special friend, Richard Stokley. She was preceded in ; TI. ath by a daughter, Honesty Hope WhiR, and by her father, ,ES A limes Aubrey Littlefield. mROVp.O. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of 31118-1 ogansville was in charge of arrangements. ,IC STO A.T. Duncan, Sr. July 12, 1909 - April 6, 2003 Arthur T. Duncan, Sr., 93, of Carrollton and a former res- !" of Hogansville, died April 6th at Tanner Medical Center t-arrollton. The funeral service was conducted April 8th the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Hogansville. The Reverend O.C. Collins officiated interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Mr. Duncan was born July 12, 1909 in Carroll County, son ' the late Lovic and Elzie Treadwell Duncan. A resident of since 1989, he lived in Hogansville most of his was retired from Uniroyal, Inc., and was a member of First Pentecostal Holiness Church in Newnan. Survivors include one son, Art Duncan, Jr.; two daugh- Mrs. Carolyn Mezrah and Mrs. Sandra Teague, all of llton; one brother, Paul Henry Duncan of Orlando, two sisters, Mrs. Mabel O'Neill and Mrs. Elizabeth of Newnan; three grandchildren; six great-grand- and one great-great-granddaughter. Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of was in charge of arrangements. [! g.:i;:> 2, : !::{{; &.: ii.:.:?;! LOCAL HERO- Lt. Bob Gresser U.S. Army Chaplain is currently serving in Baghdad, Iraq with the 3rd infantry. Father Bob is shown here celebrating Holy Communion at St. Matthews Charismatic Episcopal Church in Hogansville where his wife Traci and daughters Sarah and Maritza attend services. The last communique from the CEC priest's commanding officer said that the prayers of the people back home are truly felt by the men in combat, and we here at home are encouraged to please keep the prayers flowing as this is what they believe is sustaining them. Monday Hamburger, sliced toma- to/lettuce, french fries, fl'esh fruit, choice of milk. Tuesday BBQ chicken, green peas, rice, hot rolls, orange-pineap- ple gelatin, choice of milk. Wednesday Hot dog, coleslaw, potato rounds, chilled mixed fruit, choice of milk. Thursday Pizza, tossed salad, whole kernel corn, chilled apple- sauce, choice of milk. Friday Turkey sub sandwich with lettuce and tomato, tor- tilla chips with salsa, brown- ie, choice of milk. Groups, Individuals Praiseu by Charity The West End Center, Inc. held its first "Save the Children" Banquet on Friday, March 21 at the Callaway Center of West Georgia Technical College in LaGrange. Hogansville native Moses £ctor of Homeland Security, DeKalb County was the speaker for this occasion. Several individuals and organizations were recog- nized for their support and participation. Kevin Cain and Debbie Burdette of West Georgia Technical College were rec- ognized for their efforts in helping to start a GED site in Hogansville and Margaret Willoby, the teacher at this site, was recognized for her untiring efforts in working to make this program one of the best. Frances Robinson of the Optimist Club was recog- nized for her support of the program and for working to get a flagpole at the site. The Pilot Club of Hogansville was recognized for its support, Donna Arnold and Elaine Carr were recog- nized for the many hours of work they put into getting the room ready for the GED pro- gram. Rev. H.L. Johnson, Jane Strain and Mary Hill received recognition for 32 years of devoted service to the Hogansville Child Care Center; the Saint Paul A.M.E. Church was recognized as the "Church of the Year" for the support they have given to the program for several years. Other churches showing support of the program dur- ing this event and receiving recognition included: Springfield Baptist Church, Mount Peria Baptist Church, Triumph Holiness Church, Mount Zion Baptist Church, We Care Ministry, Saint Mary United Methodist Church, First Baptist Church and White Plain United Methodist Church. Mr. Jimmy Jackson, Mayor Pro Tern for the City of Hogansville brought greetings fi'om the city. Variety of Events, Activities Scheduled at First Baptist Hogansville First Baptist Church will have Holy Week Services April 16-18 at 7 P.M. nightly. On Wednesday night, Rev. Aaron Jones of Summerville comes and does "Sermon In Color. The FBC Adult Choir sings that night. On Thursday night, it is Communion with Rev. Bob Atkins, Interim Pastor of Highland Baptist Church in Hogansville bringing the mes- sage and their choir sings. And Friday night, preaching is Rev. Ed Wyatt, New Pastor of Grantville First Baptist Church. Their choir sings. April 20, the Adult Choir of the church presents their Easter Cantata at the 11 A.M. service. There will be no evening service. April 27 is Homecoming at the church with Dr. Oscar Cope, Associational Missionary for the Western Baptist Association coming to preach at 11 A.M. A covered-dish Lunch will be served in the church fellowship hall. There is no evening service. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. 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