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PAGE S-A DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs. Mary Scantling = March 9, 1943 - May 8, 2002 p! &apos;s. Mary Jean Scantling, 59, of Newnan, died nesday, May 3, 2002. at West Georgia Medical er in LaGrange. :he funeral service was conducted at 2PM, rday, May 11, in the Chapel of the Claude A. ibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansxlle. eeP,,, i Reverend Stanley Rogers and the Reverend h JlThompson officiated and interment was in to CemeterT in Ne nan. : thrl)allbearers were Doug Stephens, Mark Nell, fl ordera] Hawk, Bob Sax age, Sn, Joseph Meadows, ae 14-[,rwayne Meadows. _ ._ au,.i likef r County, daughter of the late AB in Eugene willsllrs. Scantling was born March 9, 194J in 'If I'd i I wouldl r and the late Florence Kee Walker Haynes. )as a lifelong resident of Coweta County, was , pimp ed from Bressler Manufacturing Company ng to pd as a member of Happy Valley Baptist wallanY( eh. She was the wife of the late James Hall :omputd ng. olwhen! arvivors include one daughter, Ora Jane Sunday !ins of Newnan; one son, David fiene into the lows of Franklin; one brother, Charlie'9 alker ne wat Wnan; two sisters. Eleanor Haynes of Marion, ver is 101 raa and Shelia Walker of LaGrange; fifteen "or whiCl [children; and tweh, e great-grandchildren. lay ,le Claude A McKibben and Sons Funeral dr..Ca of Hogansvflle was in charge of arrange- ly (Ion . n darL_ . a 7 ames (Bud) Benefield ,..,,00august al. 1949 - May 10, 2002 : I;E iRyC, tr ,lames "HE L kl'" 'illiam (Bud) Benefield, 52. of i m, died Friday, May 10, 2002, at West gka Medical Center in LaGrange. ING e " :,,u:]{ m mortal serxuce was conducted at 5PM, or  ,Y, May 12, in the Chapel of the Claude A. !:Va, vernendTo2S Funeral Home in Hogans' ille, ;i X e,  Brown officiated. ' 3. Be tr. Benefield was born August 31, 1949, in 1266 ceburg, Tennessee, son of the late William :tsenefield and Mrs. Lillian Clifton Benefield aaklin. He bad lived in the Franklin area for -'] t twenty years and was employed as a track "3  and mechanic. 1" [1 tarivors in addition to his mother, include lw #[n, Timothy Benefield of LaGrange; one X ter, Christina Gay Bowser of Summerfield, Fla.; a step daughter, Sandy Braun of North Carolina; four sisters, Betty Laster of Five Points. Ala., Sue Bradley of Brandon, Fla., Frances Kemp of Plant city, Fla., and Daisy Arnold of Bethel. Tenn.; three brothers, Richard Benefield and Charles Benefield, St., both of Franklin, and Clyde Benefield of Lagrange; and ten grandchildren. The Claude a. McKibben and Sons Vunerat Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. Mrs. Lillie Mae Shepherd March 26, 1918 - May 12, 2002 Mrs. IAllie Mac Shepherd, 84, of Rock ..',lilts, Alabama and a former resident of Mountville. died Sunday, May 12, 2002 at Randolph Coumv Hospital in Roanoke, Alabama. The funeral service was conducted at 4:3(}I'M. Tuesday; May 14, at Calvary Family Worshq Center in Mountville. The Reverend Carl Know]e officiated and interment was in the Mountvflle Cemetery. Mrs. Shepherd was born March 26, 1918 in Chambers County, Alabama, daughter of the iate Will and Emma Jane Cosley Duffey. A resider'.) of Rock Mills since 1999, she lived in Mr)untviHe many years and was a member of Calvary Fami)v Worship Center. Survivors include several cousins. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansvflle was in charge of arram:e ments. Mr. Zaeh W. Lee December 14, 1906 - May 9, 2002 Mr. Zach W. Lee, 95, of Gainesville and a for- mer resident of the Lone Oak Community of Meriwether County, died Thursday, May 9, 2002 at Lakeshore Heights Nursing Center in Gainesville. The funeral service was conducted at 1PM Saturday, May 11, at Allen-Lee Memorial United Methodist Church in Lone Oak. The Reverend Rance Sprayberry officiated and interment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Van Thurston, Jr.. Frank Harney, Ike Thurston, Zach Thurston. Tate Harney, Tyler Harney, Charles Brock, Louis Sil!ay and Tommy Bryant. Mr. Lee was born December 14, 1906, in D)ne I.zzic',ViiiU!)n Ix.{' < :; - :. his home ',:thhi ,,k uu!R,) ;: (,  :{:  'ago, he member of lhe Jb' . :!:c'd United M<lhodist (hurt t{'  : :< iayed base- bali f<}r { !cm-,, (n,. - : ..... t paymas- H:r',) {'?i-, :. [ric. r2{] was an a[I15[eHF Fg(J( 1)CI;I," ,'i : ? " :: '? 5 }XtJ,' years. UI'\\;'i')I Y iECIU ]C <)? : ? :: ,::rld son-in- lay:, Janet a/](J kt' "['i  ', ' :,, ,ille; two :randchildren, V:m, .fr ; :  1urston of Willinrus<}n and l,ee A: ; : ' ',h ilarney of (iai)]{>,. illt;: P}'," 2:e: , 4 : {;:e Thurston, Z"cb fbt) ,>p. "]a) !: larney; and a sster-Lq-l:c,,, ;',I i <})e Oak, The ('Jamb, A. ",,1{:/: .... . ,::> /'uneral H;,me{}flh)<,a)- ., . ,larrange- Mr. J.H. <:,;n NoPtbcr 6 191i 2  , 2002 Mr Aa:r.,. }{  .,:}> , ,P :msville, died Sar;cdav %: l! : .... i {;eorgia Mcdicai(2:+.,:f iI { ,';:, ' Th l'In,::;a-:,,.,.R ,: ..... ::i dat2PM., ?',lob{my. \\;by 13 i):th,{ ,>, (iaudeA. .McKib},-n;:}>,},,< }tin(:,/;, , , : }i%.al}sville. l)C.,{.rr?r' Jg\\;v:}<t.{:C?.: ;-'lerlt was Jr? My.)' e Hill (tent, re.% ), ' . P:,'ilb{:e;,,,,.p:-.: ',,'to ',]' u::-c-tt ()dam, }Ii!,(,r.)(!,m l: ;}ah:i' - : :Prather anti Hil(,r (),lc, rf t;,>r \\;:). embe' 6. it, ' , :ms, ville, Mr. (':!ibet<\e , ?g> Ftuby Breed; two grandchildren. Mrs. <obv: ) 1(>  and Chuck I'ra, her, all of Itovansvflle and f(r,n" tqeat-grand- Sell (?,}utibu:,}:i)nc:c,r, } M" Culberson ma) be mad{: <, ifiilk,, }",: ?,,,: Church in !heg;;;(,:A \\;IcKti!>-T; :;T} M)>-Funeral Horric ), [h>gn.: i' u.;,: i', , <>i arrange- ry'. (q I < . Literacy Benefit Set for Saturday Have Breakfast with a local celebrity! Your favorite high school coaches, local politicians, businessmen and women, school offi- cials, pastors and others will be serving you. Literacy Volunteers of America-'Ioup County Chapter will be holding a fundraising breakfast on Saturday, May 18, from 7:30AM to 11AM at Golden Corral. Charlotte Anderson, Executive Director of LVA-Troup County, said 50% of the $6.00 ticket price and all tips to the celebrities will go to the local LVA to help fund programs and materi- als. TICKETS are now on sale at the LVA office on the second floor of The Bank of American build- ing or from any IA'A tutor or board mem- ber. Tickets will also be sold at the door the morn- inK of the event. Literacy Volunteers, a United Way agency, pro- vides one on one tutoring for adults. FOR MORE infor- mation about the pro- gram or the breakfast, call 883 7837. ' To d, and Make A Change Highway 34 .0. ace It, Remodel/ng True Promises True Promises True Promi:es Monday Gen. 41:9-16 Tuesday Gem 4t:17-22 t ' Wednesday J ' Gen. 41:23-30 Thursday Gen. 4 :31-42 Friday Gen. 41:43-51 Saturday Gen. 41:52-57 God has not promised skies so bfl,e. Flower-strewn pathways all or life. tJ;rough; God has not promised sun ',ithout rain, Joy without sorrow, peace wthout pain, .. 375 Hwy 100 hrill try Hester Hogansville Peoh200.._00 06-884-2724 637-9753 But Cod has promised strength [or the day, Rest [or the labor, li@t for the way; Crate [or the trials, help {tom above, On[ailing sympathy, undying love. Author Known rea(:l' " ,tlLl:(; SEa'IO ;:I00rlEVRONO MULTI-00LTD Religious 89 E. Main Street re. sex  h;,a, * z ,o K .a &s" IWdng 1== (:mwl=iod - anal sas!mOad an.t2 We Sell All Types of Tires LaGrange HUBBARD & SPINKS i i i i = r, ta*  (7O6) 63-7-6179 .--- Kristies Cleaning Seo(s Disco.rot ORR MATTHEW 24 Hr. Good Neighbor $riee 14 N LaFayelte Sq LaGrange 8824)O46 CAR HOME, HEALTH* (706) 884-1869 I IIIIII III ,,. Station #1 1879 East Main St HOGANSVILLE 637-9001 C!8ude A V'iben & Sons gur)rqt Home ,.,, v .... > Street < e, Georgia P, >637-823 Hot =a,s. Cool Treats . 29 bouth }:', ' { ;em'gia 7l; g e'7 OGaQ * HOGANSVILLE'S * ROGER'S BAR,B,QUE 1-85 Exit 28 Hummingbgd St 1863 East Ma)n St 6374100 INSTALLATION SERVICE & SUPPLIES 801 lt2 Haniltm Road LaGrange, GA (706) 8454)001 Mark A. Gooch, Owner Crowder's Auto Repair Shop and Towing  !('p;Jlr ' "d t, C rle 24 Hou) T,wirg Ava)be 706,.63'7-drTY lUUf'$ 00i)WJ & Bat tioga.stale 006163"/-62100 GA_S FIRE PLACE LOGS Hogansville Pharmacy Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogalle, Georgia 7[]6-637-8683 TI ROOSEVELT PLACE Red--ted Lhmtg Facility ameesVng 7II.IlI,IUl e.,all   or a it. 25Z 0t W/Warm S Call Emmett Askew, Joe Lee, Sandra Stephens, or Jan Gay '!