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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, i/LY 1, 2003 PA(;E 5-A Mrs. Ethel H. Vincent October 7, 1911 - April 18, 2003 Mrs. Ethel Hubbard Vincent, 91, of LaGrange, died April ;at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The funer- service was conducted April 20 at the graveside in Cemetery in LaGrange, with the Reverend officiating. Pallbearers were Bill Holloway, Andrews, Woody Caswell, Darryl Cleveland, Mark )h Rice. Mrs. Vincent was born October 7, 1911 in Turin, daugh- of the late Joseph and Fanny Hubbard. A resident of for a number of years, she lived in Greenville for 15 making her home in LaGrange in 1984. She was member of the Presbyterian church. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Faye Robinson of i a brother-in law and sister-in-law, Emery and Jayne of Gary, Ind.; and several nieces and nephews, includ- Mrs. Sylvania Lankford and Henry Caswell, both of She was preceded in death by her husbands, Collins and Alexander Vincent. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Carol M. Estes September 25, 1949 - April 24, 2003 Carol McClain Estes, 53, of LaGrange, died April 24 LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted 26 at the LaGrange Pentecostal Holiness Church. The Hedge, the Reverend Sonny Weldon, and . Delores Walston officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hogansville. were Gene Walston, Billy Ray Toney, Paul Tony Duke, Dinky Buttrum and Frankie McClain. )tember 25, 1949 in Troup County, Mrs. Estes was of the late Frank and Winnie Lou Buttrum She lived in LaGrange most of her life and was a LaGrange Pentecostal Holiness Church. She was of West Georgia Technical College, was a licensed nurse, and was employed at West Georgia Medical SUrvivors include her husband, Kenneth Estes; one step- Donna Marie Estes; one sister and brother-in-law, t and James Duke; one brother and sister-in-law, Bobby all of LaGrange; two step grandsons, Chuck ; and a number of nieces and nephews. [dition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a Robert McClain. Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of was in charge of arrangements. Don Crumbley D August 5, 1931 - April 24, 2003 on Crumbley, 71, of Sylvester, died April 24 at Phoebe norial Hospital in Albany. The funeral service was conducted April 27 in the Chapel of Banks Funeral Home in Sylvester. The Reverend Donald Stone and the Reverend Clots Crumbley officiated and interment was in Hillcrest Cemetery in Sylvester. Born Aqgust 5, 1931 in Cleburne County, Alabama, Mr. Crumbley was a former resident of Hogansville and had lived in Worth County since 1971. He was a member of Antioch Baptist Church in Hogansville, and was formerly employed by MD Associates working from Miller Industries in Albany. Survivors include three daughters, Shermaine Jiles of Sylvester, Natalie Fields of Winston-Salem, N.C., and Audra Re of Parris Island, S.C.; one son, Lanny Crumbley of Albany; his mother, Nelie Crumbley of Hogansville; two brothers, Clots Crumbley of Pensacola, Fla. and Jimmy Crumbley of Ranburne, Ala.; one sister, Virginia Kent of Hogansville; 19 grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; and one great-great- grandchild. He was preceded in death by his wife, Shirley Turner Crumbley; his father, Homer A. Crumbley; and a son, Dewey Franklin Crumbley. Banks Funeral Home of Sylvester was in charge of arrangements. James C. Hay March 6, 1906 - April 22, 2003 James C. Hay, 97, of Tallahassee, Florida and a native of Hogansville, died April 22 at Big Bend Hospice in Tallahassee. The funeral service was conducted April 27 at the graveside in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville, with his grandson, Karl Hay officiating. Mr. Hay was born March 6, 1906 in Hogansville, son of the late Carl and Ira Gamble Hay. A former resident of Miami, Florida, he had lived in Tallahassee since 1970 and was retired from Gulf Life Insurance Company. He was a U.S. Navy vet- eran of World War II and served in the Naval Reserve for many years. Mr. Hay was a deacon of the First Baptist Church of Tallahassee, was a life member of the Tallahassee Optimist Club, was very active in AARP, and was a 53 year Mason and member of Jackson Lodge #1. He served in the first Florida silver Haired Legislature and served on the Governor's Committee for Transportation of the Disadvantaged in Florida. Survivors include his wife, Corn Lee Green Hay of Tallahassee; three sons, James C. Hay, Jr. of Ocala, Fla., Larry V. Hay of Ft. Myers, Fla. and William L. (Pete) Hay of Havana, Fla.; one daughter, Katherine V. Rager of Antioch, Tenn.; one sister, Marie Robinson of Hendersonville, N.C.; 10 grandchil- dren; 24 great-grandchildren; and 12 great-great-grandchil- dren. Contributions in memory of Mr. Hay may be made to Big Bend Hospice,1723 Mahan Center Blvd.,Tallahassee, FL 32308. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral. Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Council Actions: 'Out to Get You?' DEAR EDITOR: I am writing this letter on behalf of the incident that occurred on March 17th at the Hogansville City Council meeting. Our city councilman, Mr Jackson, stated out of the blue, in front of the entire city's citizens, that he wanted our city manager terminated effective immediately. When he was asked by Mayor Wilson St. Clair, all he could say was that he was spending money unnecessarily. Mr. Jackson's reason of example was that he had placed new tires on a new 4x4 truck that the city had bought. When stated to Mr. Jackson that the truck came with street tires and that they needed on/off road tires due to some of the locations that they have to work in, Mr. Jackson then asked where were the tires that came off of the new truck. The city manager stated to Mr. Jackson that they had another truck that needed a set of tires so they placed those tires on it. Where does this become unnecessary spending, Mr. Jackson. "Out to Get You" - Strike One Councilmen, I don't know where you all have worked in the past, but where I come from if an employee goes to school and betters his/her education, especially if it is job related, then they do get a raise.. Gentletnen, if we don't give them something in return for their success, then some other city will. Where does this become unnecessary spend- ing, gentlemen? "Out to Get You" - Strike "lVa) Now that you all have made it public that you are out to get the city manager, I propose that we the citizens of Hogansville vote on this issue, not you all. Maybe we should look at the books and see how you are spending our tax dollar. I think you all should apologize to the public, the city manager or resign. Now where does this leave you? "Out to Get You" - Strike Three, You're Out. DONALD MORRIS Thanks for Making Prom Success DEAR EDITOR: The Junior Class of Callaway High School would like to thank the Hogansville Pilot Club for making our 2003 Prom "Mardi Gras" a wonderful success. The decorations were fabulous and received numerous expressions of thanks from parents, faculty and students. The following people were also a big help: Sylvia Brantley, CHS Graphic Arts Department, Mark & Kimberly Veon, CHS faculty, Troup County Sheriff's Department, West Georgia Technical College, Tom Vilardi and Johna Hollis. With all of your help, the prom was a success. BONNIE MAPP Jr. Class Advisor Time To o.. " k ' IJ-_.. ..IHum0000"ing bi00dstation#1'" " Flaff Bank unange c, MemberFDlC [ ,e"[ N*4e'iglb'r %dervic" [lkrYt [ "J00T/8 00lm-Pd00P. i 1879 East Main St. 14 N LaFayette Sq I ,..%.-..'.,-,.-.LI .,.u..w,,.  ...,n..v 111 "il   LaGrange I sve'-I  -  i HOGANSVILLE 03 Highway 34 882.oo46 I nside Ingles... I  637-9001 675-8558 637-6621 I I m 00ROGER'S   rra,n Effect Claude A. McKibben & Sons  A r r /i I I [m A trian consists of many separate cars yet the Funeral Home D I fill Dill Ill U 706-637-9468 whole train shares a single track. Because the cars are 208 Johnson Street 1" connected, each movement made is reciprocated by Hogansville, Georgia 1-85 Exit 28 . Hummingbird Station Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 BODY SHOP GLASS SHOP AUTO REPAIR QUALITY WORK IN RECORD TIME Deal direct with the owner! We service what we sell! 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No one acts in a vacuum. Remember that everything we say touches someone and causes a reaction. Pray tbr God's guidance in tbllowing His direction. We can help one another stay on track. Weekly Bible Trivia What did Balak want Baalam to do to Israel? (s" found In this week's scripture reaaing) Sunday Monday Tuesday Wed. Thurs. Friday Num. Num. Num. Num. Num. Num. Num. 22:1-6 22:7-12 22:13-21 22:22-25 22:26-30 22:31-36 22:37-41 1863 East Main St 706-637-8623 Hogansville 6374100 INSTALLATION Hot Eats, Cool Treats 307-A Hwy. 29 South Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-9953 Cmwder's Auto Repair Shop and Towing Full Collision Repair Paint Matching Insurance Claims We/come Frame Straightening 24 Hour Towing Available 706-637-5277 .,,r,r= ...... ,=.,.,.=,t .................. tffilffTll'1':" 801 1/2 Hamilton Road LaGrange, GA (706) 845-0001 biark A. Gooch, Owner Hogansville Pharmacy Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8683 Imlll0000l Rd. 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