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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - FRIDAY, MAY 7, 2010 PAGE SA iiiiiiiii iiE !i! iiiiiiii i!i!i iiiiiiiiiii iiii i! iiiiiiiiii! i %i iiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiii i iiiiiii i i iiiiiiiiiiiii i Mrs. Bernice E. Carden June 26, 1915- Apr. 30, 2010 Retired from West Point Pepperell Dixie Mill Mrs. Bernice Edmondson Carden, 94, of LaGrange, died Friday, Apr. 30, 2010, at Twin Fountains Home. A memorial service was conducted at 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, May 4, at East LaGrange Baptist Church, with the Rev. Bobby Robinson officiating. Born June 26, 1915, in Randolph County, AL, Mrs. Carden :,: was the daughter of the late James Elbert and Mendie Johnson :-: :Edmondson. She was a member of East LaGrange Baptist :. Church, was a life member of the Order of the Eastern Star, : : and retired from West Point Pepperell Dixie Mill. Survivors include grandchildren, Sherry Humphries and :'% her husband, Ronnie, Ricky Carden and his wife Tina, all of :: :, LaGrange, Ramona Willingham of Panama City, FL, and :: :::Melissa Carden of Columbus; great-grandsons, Allen and Melinda Golden and Bryan Carden, of LaGrange; sisters, v:~::Ruth Ray of Montgomery, AL and Hazel Studdard of Decatur; ::;.;~and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death !::: by her husband, Dewey E Carden; son, Larry F. Carden; and :: ~:: brothers, Bryant Edmondson, Brewer Edmondson, Herman ....... Edmondson, and Bunion Edmondson. ,4, :, In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Twin Fountains Home, Activity Fund Account, 1514 Vernon Rd., LaGrange, GA 30240. .... Condolences may be expressed at www.mckibbenfuner- .... ~ alhome.com ,-: Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Mary Nell KimbreU ' May9, 1947 Apr. 27,2010 .... Registered Nurse ,?; . Mrs. Mary Nell Kimbrell, 62, of Hogansville, died Tuesday, i Apr. 27, 2010, at her home. The funeral service was conducted at 2 p.m., Thursday, Apr. 29, in the Chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral, ...... Home in Hogansvflle. Minister Frank Barnes and Minister Donald Spradlin officiated and interment was in East i .~ Napolean Church of Christ Cemetery in Randolph County, Alabama. Mrs. Kimbrell was born May 9, 1947, in Randolph County, Alabama, daughter of the late Fred and Rosa Mae Clark , i Crenshaw. A graduate of the University of West Georgia, she was a registered nurse and had been employed by Central Home Health. She was a former resident of Newnan, had lived in Hogansville since 1998, and was a member of Bartley Road Church of Christ in LaGrange. Survivors include her husband, Harlice C. Kimbrell of Hogansville; sons and daughters in-law, David and Debbie Kimbrell of Sedalia, MO, Scott and Teresa Kimbrell of LEARNING CAN BE SWEET - Callaway Elementary School students from Mrs. Beth Stein's Extension class had a sweet time in class. The students used Oreo cookies to study the phases of the moon. Students made the eight phases of the moon out of the icing, put the phases in order, and then enjoyed a sweet treat. Shown here with their work are-Peyton Salisbury and Summer King. Baptist Celebrates Mother's Day Worship with us on will get a blessing from this us each week for this very Mother's Day, May 9, at 11 service as well. Please come informative and enlightening a.m., as we honor our moth- out and support the youth as program that teaches us how ers on this special day. The they continue to grow in their to have a personal love rela- WMU will also present a gift faith and service to the Lord, tionship with God. We also to the oldest and youngest Our Children and Youth have a time of prayer for mothers present. Ministry Supper continues to those in our church and corn- The next Men's Ministrybe a blessing each week, as munity who are sick, lost or Fellowship breakfast is we average 20 to 30 children have other special needs. Saturday, May 15, at 8:30 a.m. gathering for food and fun. If you are looking for a There's always good food and We want to encourage otherchurch home, we would love fellowship and all men are children and youth of our for you to worship with us at invited to join us. community to join us for food, Highland this Sunday. Our next Youth Night isbible study, games and many Sunday School starts at scheduled for Sunday, May special activities. We meet 9:45a.m.followedbyMorning 23, at 6 p.m. The youth will everyWednesdayat6:30p.m. Worship Service at 11 a.m., be in charge of the program, in the fellowship hall. Evening Worship Service is including music, scriptures, We are studying 6 p.m., along with Youth and prayer and message. We got "Experiencing God" on Children's Ministries. a blessing out of their serv- Wednesdays at 7 p.m. We believe you will icein Marchandwe knowyou Everyone is welcome to join receive a blessing. News Briefs From Lone Oak and By JANIE ELLIS Congratulations to Vivian McCrory and Kenylan Lamario Ellis, who were unit- ed in marriage on Wednesday, April 28. The bride is the daughter of Georgia Eady of Manchester and the late Hubert Eady. She is also the granddaughter of Franklin McCrory, St. The bridegroom is the son of Angela Daniel of LaGrange and Harion Ellis of Columbus. He is also the nephew of Janie Ellis, Stark and Annie Marie Ellis, Jr. We wish them love and happi- ness. Congratulations to Dan and Margaret Parks of Greenville on the birth of their new great grandson, Andarian Zachary. Grandmothers are Angela Newsom and Gent Zachary of Luthersville. Antaniya Blackmon cel- ebrated her first birthday on April 30 at her grandmother, Angela Newsom's home in LaGrange. Dan and Margaret Parks of Greenville are the proud great grandparents. HAPPY anniversary wishes go to: Rev. and Mrs. Emmitt Clark on their 19th day of May 4. BIRTHDAY greetings go out to: Mignon Bohannon, Margaret Byars, Shante Cooper, Edward Daniel, IV, Donald Blalock, Willie Grady Dean, Carlos Hardaway, Georgia Hines, Margie Nell Hines, Rev. Robert Lewis Hines, Michelle Hairston, Rosa Lee Hodo, Deborah Moreland, Alice Mae Nalls, Gussie L. Parks, Ronald Alexander and Ronica Alexis Portress, Mary Hill Rosser, : : Hogansville, Michael and Heather Kimbrell of Covington, Michael Rosser, Willie A. : : and Dennis and Mandy Kimbrell of Jefferson; brother, Oliver .............................. Rosser, Bobbie , Jean ~ .... ~_. _, ,,_ ~,__~ .~ _:_~ ..... ~_~..,~ ..... ~ ._ _ .ne om tram aepot m tJranwme wm nost t~om concerts oegm at / p.m. Rutled~e Marie Mcuaugn- k.l'gll~ll~lW O ffOOgl~llE1, /'KL~; lgllt gI'~LIIUGIIII(/I'II; ~LIILI tWO ..... e o , o~-,~t o~...,~,.~,a...... Gospel Concerts on Friday, May 21, and Everyonelsmv,tedandthere snocharg ........ ~,. - ~,u,.,~u,~,, ' ~3aturday,.May,22. ' hut " for" the foodbankwflLbe" ,_ v~ '- -', "" - ~"~,~'~dl,i'~ulv= to e~'~ress sincere ab*ff/'~uation th~ -'! ..... , ....... ..... donations act?ept~.]..Jaeteaorr, Jr., ,Doris, Stanley ,;t '~f,~'~ ~'~t~'*~''"~ ~ ~ "~1-' l"l~ " Y:'~ " " " .... * B ~b 'l"l~'~ .... HYing;I ; ~ " u ....... : .... I. ..... .,~_. _I- ......... x,:::_ ." ..... [ The .Frlday concert, wlll feature 6 9 ' ; ' | Holeman Wendv Hawkins, II~I ~Ir~Miv~r;~, llt~r MrcutuuauMtlt~i-~ _r'luiiy; i~tttuy ~u:yva; ...... , ................... l Ellis and Trintty For more reformation contact Roy Smith l Rochelle Jones, ' Lydia busan um; ana au me wonaerml people at west ~eorgla I ..... " ....... ........................ ' -- , xne ~aturaay concert wm reature ~econaat//o-~ts~-.~//or uan t~uraett at/o-D~5~- / ,~,,h~...o O_lad..s Flowers ....... l-lOSplce ...... I _ l " ' coming and New Horizons 3977 or e mail depotsmgmg@yahoo corn Kaml a Woods Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of[ " " " /and "y . Hogansviile was in charge of arrangements. Peggy Due Tollerson Apr. 28, 1987- Apr. 24, 2010 Beloved daughter, sister and fiance Peggy Sue Tollerson, 22, of Hogansville, died Saturday, Apr. 24, 2010, at her home. The funeral service was conducted at 11 a.m., Thursday, :;; : Apr. 29, in the Chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Doyle Shoppe officiat- ed and interment was in Oak Hill Cemetery in Newnan. Peggy Sue was born Apr., 28, 1987, in Carrollton and lived : = this area all of her life. She was Baptist by faith. She is survived by her fianc6, Eric Allen of Hogansville; ;:"e her father, Scotty Rowell of Whitesburg; brother, Christopher :i' Tollerson, also of Whitesburg; sister, Destiny Rowell, of Carrollton; her maternal grandmother, Peggy Robinson of Hogansville; and aunts, uncles, and cousins. She was preced- ed in death by her mother, Peggy Diana Shoemake Rowell. " Claude A. McKibbenand Sons Funeral Home was in charge :- of arrangements. The Hogans e Home News does not charge for printing T meral Notices. However, eral Notices submitted by individuals must be confirmed by a funeral home before they will be printed. Next Week's Menu at .... Hogm'm e Senior Center ':"The Southern Crescent Wednesday- Southwest ,%-. Area Agency on Aging chicken with salsa and announces next week's menucheese, black bean Mexican at the HogansviUe Senior rice, baked apples, milk, cof- Center. fee and tea. Monday - Roasted chick- Thursday Meatloaf, _ en breast, creamed corn, green beans, mashed pota- spring veggie medley, wild toes, cornbread, margarine, rice, margarine, pineapple melon slices, milk, coffee and salad, milk, coffee and tea. tea. Tuesday - Hamburger, Friday - 1 cup pinto beans slicedbakedpotatoes, lettuce with onion slices, stewed and tomato, whole wheat tomatoes with okra, turnip ,~ hamburger bun, mayonnaise greens, cornbread, mar- mustard, tropical fruit salad, garine, peach halves, milk, : milk, coffee and tea. coffee and tea. , Halls of Glory Performs in Grantville The old train depot in p.m. and will also feature Grantville will be hosting a Trinity. special Gospel Concert on Admission is free. Friday, May 21. For more information The concert will feature contact Roy Smith at 770-583- Halls of Glory - an all girl 3977 or Dan Burdett at 770- country Gospel band from 583-3977or e-maildepotsing- Conyers. ingCa ]ahoo.com. The concert starts at 7 We Sell All Types of Tires ~ N Claude A McKibben & Sons Funeral Home HUBBARD & SPINKS 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia . Parts- Sere 706-637-8623 1115 E. Main St. Phone: H0gansx~lle, GA 30230 (706) 637-6379 t Membe, E~IC An Equal Hou~.g Lv~r~ D0wnt0wn H0gansville 706-637-6544 Spirit-Filled Ministries 222 Johnson Street Hogansville, GA Pastor Murray L I-I E, 706-302-3929 www.spirit-fflled-inc.com Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogansville, Georgia 706437-8683 102 Main Street Hogansville' GA 30230 706-637-4561 Authentic Italian Food www.pappagrassos.com