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-HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS -MAY 18, J00- PAGE 5A DEATHS AND Mrs. Brownie H. Panter May 12, 2000 Hogan Panter, 86, of Gainesville and a native died May 12 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center The funeral service was conducted May 15 in the Wiley Funeral Home in Gainesville. The James Nichols officiated and interment was in Myrtle in Hogansville. in Troup County, daughter of the late , Hogan and the late Brownie Loftin Hogan. She was a 1941 of the University of Georgia, had lived in Gainesville and was a retired school teacher. She was a mem- Baptist Church in GainesviUe, was a member of Teachers Association, and was a member of the Club. include her husband, Harmon Panter of Gainesville; ; two daughters, Mary Readdick both of St. Mary's; seven grandchildren, Ginger Readdick III, John Coyne IV, Cathy McDonald, Coyne, Matt Panter, and Jake Panter; and six great-grand- Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of was in charge of local arrangements. Mrs. Margie B. Combs October 17, 1922 - May 14, 2000 s. Margie Bonner Combs, 77, of Moreland, died May 14 at Convalescent Center in Newnan. The funeral service May 16 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Jerry Eley and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Pallbearers were Billy Combs, Lee Ferrell, Barney Sidney Spradlin, Derek Boyd, and David Boyd. Combs was born October 17, 1922 in Randolph County, daughter of the late Alfred Bonner and the late Ada Hendley Bonner. She had lived in Moreland since 1954 member of the First Baptist Church of Moreland. include her husband, Fuller Combs of Moreland; hters and sons-in-law, Helen and Eddie Williford of and Sid Newton of Moreland, and Gaff and Melvin ; one son and daughter-in-law, Charles and Sally of Atlanta; one sister, Mrs. Belle Newell of Manchester; Fred Bonner of Chattanooga, Tennessee; five grand- Mrs. Donna Burger of Griffin, Mrs. Paula Godfrey of Jason Newton and Joshua Newton, both of Moreland, Alicia Beall of Norcross; and two great-grandchildren, Jackson and Clay Godfrey, both of Grantville. Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of was in charge of arrangements. Francis Robinson/Staff NEW EQUIPMENT in the renovated gym restrooms at Hogansville Elementary were a big hit at the recent open house at the school. Here, Toni Wheelus shows how the new sink works. Hot Weather Means 'Food Safety,' Too With our days already reach- ing the high 80's summertime weather is almost here. Many families enjoy a relaxed sched- ule and grill out or go on pic- nics, etc. during this time of year. Food safety must be kept in mind all year but especially dur- ing this time. Here are the top. four cool rules: 1. The Chill Factor Refrigerate or freeze perish- ables, prepared foods, and left- overs within two hours or less. Marinate foods in the refriger- ator. 2. The Thaw Law - Never defrost food at room tempera- ture. Thaw food in the refriger- ator, in cold water, or in the microwave if you'll be cooking it immediately. 3. Divide and Conquer - Separate large amounts of left- overs into small, shallow con- tainers fOr quicker cooling in the refrigerator. 4. Avoid the Pack Attack - Don't over-stuff the refrigera- tor. Cold air must circulate to keep food safe. When serving cold food at a buffet, picnic, or barbecue, make sure cold foods are kept at 40 degrees F or colder. Keep all perishable foods chilled right up until serving time. Place containers of cold food on ice for serving to make sure they stay cold. It's particularly important to keep custards, cream pies, and cake with whipped-cream or cream-cheese frostings refrigerated. Don't serve them if refrigeration is not possible. How can we show our devotion to the Lord? David wanted to show his devotion to the Lord by building a temple to worship Him. But the Lord said He wanted David's son Solomon to build His temple. David understood that the real secret of success is in following God's will. SO, he prayed for Solomon's success in the building of the temple. "Now, my son, the Lord be with you, and may you have success and build the house of the Lord your God, as He said you would. May the Lord give you discretion and understand- ing when He puts you in command over Israel, so that you may keep the law of the Lord your God. Then you will have success if you are careful to observe the decrees and laws that the Lord gave Moses for Israel. Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or discouraged." (I Chronicles 22:11-14 NIV) This episode from David's life has application for us today. Our lesson this week entitled, "Drive to Devotion," helps us to seek and obey the Lord's will, which is the best way to show our devotion to Him. We can show our devotion by doing the best we can at what we are able to do and know that God accomplishes His tasks in different ways than we might have planned. True devotion to the Lord involves seeking and obeying His will above our own personal wishes. Join us this Sunday to worship and praise the Lord for His leading us in the way we should go. YOU ARE INVITED to the "Happy 60's Club" on Thursday, May 18, at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall for a covered dish supper and Bingo. Happy 60's is just a name. There is no age restriction; anyone can join in the fun. Chase Staffing Now accepting applications for: Packing • Machine Operator • Inspection s Route Driver w/CDL • Merchandiser • Forklift Driver • Auto Cad • Concrete Workers ° Sewing Machine Operator ° Trowel Operators ° Welders • Electrician's • Receptionist All positions are immediate 20 Baker Rd., Ste. 10, Newnan 770-252-2202 lvz,,l00 --S e_grno u r's - 00nge Engraving Co. Highway 34 675-8558 William "Rusty'Yawn 141 Main St LaGrange, GA 30240 Phone: 706-882-7205 Fax: 706-8820944 637-8400 the BIG 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 117 West Main Street Hogansville, GA 30230 James R. 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