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HOGANSVaa HERALD -April 29, 1999 -Page 5 Church Announcements ay Newman, St. to mk at Macedonia 'he Macedonia Baptist Men's try announces a special pre- d of God's Word by the . .,rfnd H Ray Newman, St, ;andmllh" , M -aoay ay 11 at 7"00 pm at )msn do ' - " " " u ma BaPtist Church in tumc mheste r - .--S n' Reverend Newman is a moat u,.,:st . . , . . :,ut m Men s Ministries (for- e trYcalle d brotherhood. ) of the ..hem Baptist Convention. He l pamcllis wife Laura reside in Winder. : yTut? man graduated from ".. =rn us State College with a B.S. cnmg e in education and jlwesteth lff#ist Theological are sa., w'" . J ,-?,,ay l a Master of Divinity ;teaay )e. , they ie " ,.,c has served as associated They !_ay school director for the m resem Baptist Convention, and i,drved on many committees in ..... pnvention ." t- .- acedonla Baptist Church is at m oI eoaX,ri_, ts '" it '_ gn Vale Road For more aze t ation ' you may cail the church of tluP 2606. each ofZ'C':qr/ .F emorialto n lS saw! Is of 1 mecoming truths etzen Memorial Baptist rots andh on Fortson Road in Fortson lelp to iold Homecoming May 2 and a le onqfl May 2-7. m truly  Mike Hide/Staff Homecoming will be held Sunday, May 2, at one of the oldest churches in Talbot County, Evans Chapel. The church was established in 1838, making this its 171st anniversary. "Power," from cove Baptist Church, will provide special music for the program. The service will begin at 11 a.m. with a covered-dish lunch to follow. Above is the church's new pavilion while it was under construction. Rodeo Evangelist Mike Robertson will speak nightly at 7:30 Everyone is welcome Revival Is Scheduled at Alvaton Baptist Alvaton Baptist Church will be in revival services May 2-7. Pastor Ed M. Elliott and the entire membership invite area resi- dents to attend the services on Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. All of the services on Monday through Friday will start at 7 p.m. The Evangelist for this meeting will be the Rev. Byrom R. Martin, missionary to Mexico. Brother and Mrs. Martin are both members of Alvaton Baptist Church and as teenagers committed their lives to Christ as missionaries. Brother Martin grew up in Luthersville, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny marlin. The Martins have one daughter. The music evangelists will be well-known area singers, Start and Kaye Miller. The membership of the church invites each one to attend and wor- ship with us during the week. County Ltne Church to Host Retrival County Line Church will have Revival services on April 29 through May 2. Services will begin each night at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday morn- ing at 8:30 a.m. Speakers and singers will be: Thursday-Rev. Charles Hendrix and special music by Dabble Nagel; Friday-The New Travelers Quartet; Saturday-Rev. Durwood Perry and special music by Ken and Sheri Waterman; and Sunday-Rev. Durwood Perry and special music by Penny Stlandburg Miller. Talbotton UMC Holds Homecoming Sunday Talbotton United Methodist Church held their Homecoming Sunday. Some 150 membees and guests attended. A brief history was presented by Gary Page. Pastor, Scott Brenton welcomed the guests. Visitors as far as Jacksonville, Florida. attended. -00!eaths and Funerals MES L. DORMAN, SR. tnes L. Dorman, Sr., 82, of Florida (formerly of died Thursday, April The Medical Center in was born April 10, 1917 in son of Dallas V. and !Morton Dorman. Dorman was a retired Petty in the U. S. Navy was employed Norfork (Vhginia) Housing and United Virginia Bank. was preceded in death by his Dorman. memorial servicewas held at of Cox Funeral Home in April 24 with the Rev. officiating. is survived by: two sons, L. Dorman of Yorktown, and Robert Michael of Norfork, Virginia; and Mary Culpepper of d. B. DUNN J. B. Dunn, 84, of Woodland, died Friday, April 16, at Oak View Home in Waverly Hall. He was bom in Fayette County the son of the late Willie Thomas, Sr., and the late Mancie Dunn. He was a retired farmer and member of the Woodland Baptist Church. He is survived by: his wife, Ruth Hemdon Dunn; a daughter, Cordelia "Dee" Nelms of Conyers; two sisters, Ruby Vickery of Douglasville and Thelma Ruth Pryor of Gfiffm; five dren; 10 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews Funeral services were held Sunday, April 18, at 4 p.m. in the chapel of McCullough Funeral Home with the Rev. Jimmy Cook and the Rev. Wmston Skinner officiating. Interment was in Mt. Cannel Methodist cemetery. McCullough Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. A2ENTION: who FROM HOME be 20, 29-,) :lult co -- '  NU Ell HOSPITAl. ;, .i mN.O.E by rlb,atdtWnswn= Cm.th , m0 )ck s ]**mmtll,, , mf--t If'; i- by A# Ik"wm ' s" by '.lny e s by At#! .m ! ra on i - tp,r. re" by I x. i nNkrh.r d Ev c F- Idll PA uest" " by  Ctm E---- in s Chdltiln Health ..... ,.,=m,  ,pyto: Ho.. th ,,mn Reurcn P.O. Box II Warm Sl,  3103o on: MO: Fix: 7oe-e.t2, 00n-a nUIJN CANE |OIE KATIE L. BARTLEn" Mrs. Katie L. Bartlett, 68, of LaGrange, died Friday, April 23, 1999 at Hospice LaGrange. The funeral service was conduct- ed at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 14 at the graveside in the Shawmutt Cemetery in Valley, Alabama. The Rev. Wesley Boatman officiated. Pallbearers were Gary McDonald, Rog McDonald, Jeremy Carlisle, Mike Searcy, Jerry Thompson, and Charlie Garrets. Mrs. Bartlett was bom August 3, 1930 in Shawmutt, daughter of the late William Harvey McDonald and the late Eunice Moncus McDonald. She lived in Hogansville for many years before making her home in LaGrange in 1988, and was retLred from Uniroyal, Inc. She was a mem- ber of Antioch Baptist Church in Hogansville and was a former volun- teer for the West Georgia Medical Center Auxilliary in LaGrange. Survivors include three daughters and sons-in-law, Channell and Frazier Bellora of LaGrange, Beth and Joe Gordy of Manchester, and Kathie and Jimmy King of LaGrange; one sister, Mrs. Doris McLaughlin of Norfolk, Come Join Ust We offer: New & Used Homes for sale Homes for rent Newly developed lots for rent We pride ourselves in being a family oriented community. We are located in Ihe quiet, small town of Hogansville and are just one mile from 1-85. 706-637-8130 PAY OFF ALL YOUR BILLS One low monthly payment Loans, secured by Houses, Land, Mobile Homes & Land Good or bad credit From 6.9% to 30 years 1-800-553-9256 Greenville Mortgage Corp. 109 Court Sq. Greenville, GA 30222 Virginia; four brothers, Tom McDonald and Roger McDonald, beth of Valley, Aim, Bruce McDonald of Kingsland, and Leon McDonald of Salt Lake City, Utah; five grandchil- dren; and three great-grandchildren. Contributions in memory of Mrs. Battler may be made to Hospice LaGrange. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. TIMOTHY L. GRANTHAM Timothy L. Grantham, 54, of Pine Mountain Valley, died Wednesday, April 14, 1999 at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta after a brief illness. Funeral services were held Saturday, April 17 at Pine Mountain Valley Baptist Church with Bro. Gene Rosinbaum and Rev. Isaac D. McAbee officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Grantham was born May 15, 1944 in Muscogee County, son of the late Coy and Cummie Youngblood Grantham. He was an employee of Pine Mountain Plant of Milliken and Company for 15 years, was a U.S. Navy veteran and was of the Baptist faith. Survivors include his wife, Judy Grantham of Pine Mountain Valley; three sons, Larry Grantham, Jason Grantham, and Matt Grantham, all of Pine Mountain Valley; one step- daughter, Christie Lesley, of Pine Mountain Valley; two stepsons, Billy Sivell and Jeff Sivell, both of Pine Mountain; nine grandchildren; one sister, Doris Sutton of Columbus; two brothers, Charles Grantham of Hamilton, and Bill Grantham of Hephzibah; several nieces and nephews. Hunter-Allen-Myhand Funeral Home of LaGrange was in charge of arrangements. MICHEAL EUGENE UNDERWOOD, SR. Micheal Eugene Underwood, Sr, 51, of Woodbury, died Monday, April church cemetery. Mr. Underwood was bom April 14, 1948 in Muscogee County, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Underwood. He was a rural mail car- rier with the U.S. Postal Service in Waverly Hall, was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, and attended Macedonia Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Vickie Rollins Underwood of Woodbury; one daughter, Emilee Braddy of Warm Springs; two sons, Gene Underwood and Joe Underwood, both of Woodbury; two brothers, John Underwood of Salem, Alabama and Howard Underwood of Lakeland, Florida; one sister, Frances Morgan of CoLumbus; one grandson, Wesley Brad6y, Contributions in memory of' Mr. Underwood may be made to Macedonia Baptist Church Transportation Fund. smith-Steele-Meadows Funeral Home of Manchester was in charge of arrangements. JAMES HENRY MOODY, SR. James Henry Moody, Sr., 83, of Manchester, died thursday, April 22, 1999 at St. Francis Hospital in Columbus. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 24 from West End Baptist Church with Rev. T.E Hadley officiating, assisted by Rev. Stanley Mingledorff. Entombment followed at Meriwether Mausoleum with Smith-Steele- Meadows Funeral Home of Manchester in charge of arrange- ments. Serving as pallbearers were Darrell Gander, Jimmy Gander, Jim Moody, Bill Slaughter, Clifford Hendrix, and Kenny Hudgens. Honorary pallbearrs were Charlie Gander and the Deacons of West End Baptist Church. Mr. Moody +was born Sept. 6, 1915 in :Warm Springs, son of the late Joel L P. Moody and Claudia Thompson+ Moody. He retired after working,65 years as a general con- tractor in Meriwether County and the 19, 1999 at Georgia Baptist * surrounding area. He was a U.S. Meriwether Hospital in Warm Springs. Funeral services were held Wednesday, April 21 at Maced0ffia. Baptist Church with Rev. J.D. Templeton officiating, assisted by Rev. Charles Johnson and Ray: Frances Gibson. Burial was at the Navy veteran of Word War lI, and was a .Charter Member of West End Baptist, church(where he had served in many, capacities including past Deacon, RA leader, and Training ' Union Director. He'had also served over 25 yearson the building commit- ,1 tst snd 2nd Morlgages % Brick. Frame - Double Wides with Land Condos & 2 to 4 fami b' Dwellings Non-owner Occupied Propees Mi,,ed Use Properlies Debt Consolidebons Home Improvement Loans ' Pa' High Rate C/edit Cards Pay OUt of Bankruptcy Less -Then Pedeet.Cradd OK Free QuotesTo You On Phone No Applicalion Fees Up Front , .10 t 0 3.0 ygar ,Tqn's Available Rates Sobct to Char.US Lower Monthl Payments b as much as 112 , Som EXAMPLE LOANS AT'7% RATE. AMOUNT ,180 MONTHS ....... $1n nnn $89,88 , N/A $20,000 $179.77 ..... $133.06 $30,000 $269.65,, ,, ..... ,$199.59 $50,000 $449.41 $332.65 $75,000 $674.12 , $49898 (LOAf,IS FROM $10,000 toPO0.O00'.O0)" E 2_ :,.-i t tee. He was a loving and devoted hus- band, father, and grandfather. Survivors include his wife, Daisy Clay Moody of Manchester, three sons and two daughters-in-law, Jimmy and Brenda Moody of Gray Court, S.C., Gary and Mary Moody of Columbus, and Larry Moody of Manchester', one daughter and son-in- law, Claudette M. and Darrell Gander of Woodland; one sister, V'trginia Baker of Hamilton; six grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren. Donations in memory of Mr. Moody may be made to West End Baptist Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 472, Manchester, GA 31816. ALBERT PAUL TEMPLE, JR. Albert Paul Temple, Jr., 72, of Buford, formerly of Manchester, died August 3, 1998. Memorial services will be held at graveside Saturday, I I I I May 1, 1999 at 12 noon at Manchester City Cemetery. Mr. Temple was born May 16, 1926, son of the late Charts Kate Partridge Temple and the late A. Paul Temple. He was retired from Georgia Secretary of State Office, Securities Division. His father operated a barber shop in Manchester on Main Street for many years. Survivors include his wife, Catherine M. Temple of Buford; three daughters, Gall Temple Gasaway of LaGrange, Karen Temple Lynch of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Katrina Temple Gould of Atlanta; two sons, Kurt C. Temple of Denver, Colorado, and Karl H. Temple of Atlanta; four grandchildren. The family .will receive friends at Cox Funeral Home in Manchester from 11:00-11:45 a.m, Saturday. I III l I II '- PARK MEADOWS APARTMENTS One and Two Bedroom Units. ' One Bedroom Handicapped Unit Central Heat and Air Stove and Refrigerator Office Phone: 6374337 TDD #: 1-800-255-0056 707 E. Boyd Road, Hogansville, Ga. Michell Norwood, Manager "--': Hrs: 3:30 - 5:30 --.+. I AUCTION - AUCTION 4th Annual Consignment Sale Saturday, May 8th, 10 A.M. Chades White Farm 800 Myhand Road - Pine Mountain, Georgia Farm Equipment, Construction Equipment, Vehicles, Trucks, Trailers, Tractors, Hay Equipment, Cultivating Equipment, Miscellaneous Items. 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