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Pu;F 6-A ttOGANSVILLE HOME NF:WS - TttURSI)A&apos;<, MAY 23, 2002 By Bryan Geter ART EXPO - Unity Elementary School in Luthersville observed Alpha Kappa Alpha Art Expo Day last Friday at the school. Pictured above is Kathy Ellison, President of Theta Xi Omega Chapter of LaGrange, showing her display to the students. Warm Springs Institute Plans July 28 Ceremony July 28 is the date the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation was officially incorporated by Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1927, and this year July 28 will fall on Sunday. With that in mind, it's especially fitting that a com- munity-based church service that same Sunday afternoon is being planned for the Roosevelt Hall Theater beginning at 2 p.m. as part of a yearlong 75th Anniversary Celebration. "We're going to remem- ber all the good things that have taken place within these walls for more than seven decades and thank God for the thousands of opportuni- ties we've had to help others," RWSIR chaplain Jan Stewart Tolbert said in announcing the special service. "And when we're finished doing that, we're going to ask God's guidance for the next 75." According to Tolbert, music will make up a big part of the service and steps are currently underway to organ- ize and feature a community chorus made up of singers from churches throughout Meriwether County under the well respected leadership of Dale Mann, choir director at the First United Methodist Church in Manchester. "Letters and individual fliers have gone out to every church choir in the county and we are truly hoping to make a joyful noise in Roosevelt Hall this July," Tolbert added. "We think we could have a choir of any- where from 70 to 100 and that should provide a tremendous worship experience." Three rehearsals are planned for the community choir on June 23, July 14 and July 21, and any local choir member interested in taking part is asked to fill out a form on the back of the fliers and send it to Mann at the address listed. Interested choir mem- bers in the various churches can either submit these indi- vidually or as a group. For more information, call 706- 655-5207. Watch Out for Highway According to District Engineer Thomas Howell, mowing season for District Three of the Georgia Department of Transportation is now underway. All state highways are rou- tiri4, mowed two times each year. The first mowifig.i s in the spring and the second mow- ing is in the fall, with additional mowing done as necessary. The spring mowing officially be week, and will continue until June 28. that time, routine maintenance crews in! Georgia county will be busy rights of way on state routes in their This may include weed-eating AREA DEATHS Abigail Spradlin May 13, 2002 Lillian Abigail Spradlin, ten-month-old daughter of Luke and Crystal Gray Spradlin of Hogansville. died May 13 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted May 16 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Jesse W. Hughes, the Reverend Jarandon Hughes, and the Reverend Johnny Hughes officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Joseph H. Spradlin and Nathan O. Spradlin. In addition to her parents, survivors include one sister, Elexis Spradlin of Hogansville: grandparents, Joseph and Peggy Spradlin of Hogansville, Rodney Gray of Douglasville, and Robin Gray of Post St. Lucie, Fla.: great grandparents, Henry Gable of Hogansville, Don and Shirley Gray of Punta Gorda, Fla.. and Mildred Spradlin of Newnan. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. William Sherrill Miles January 18, 1937 - May 18, 2002 William Sherrill (Bill) Miles, 65, of ImGrange, died May 18 at Newnan Hospital. Funeral services were held May 21 in the chapel of the Striffler-Hamby Mortuary th the Reverend S.T, Janney officiating. Burial followed in Shadowlawn Cemetery. Mr. Miles was born January 18, 1937 in Randolph County, Alabama, son of the late Ted and Nino Miles. He lived in LaGrange most of his life and had served in the United States Army Special Forces as a military police officer. He was a Mason, a member of Elm City Lodge #544, an avid gardener and was named "Outstanding Man of the Year" by the Jaycees. He was a vice Talbot State Bank in Woodland and by faith. Survivors include his wife, Nancy T. of LaGrange; a son and dau William Turner (Bill) and Sonya D. LaGrange; three grandchildren. Will I Ted Miles and Mary Kate Miles LaGrange; a sister and Jearline and Galin Caldwell of three nephews, Don Caldwell, Bill and Walter Caldwell, all of Striffler-Hamby Mortuary was in of arran Mrs. March 4, 1938 - May 19, Mrs. Barbara Bartlett Massengale, Hogansville, died May 19 The funeral service was conducted in the Chapel of Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Reverend Rick McMahan officiated. Born March 4, 1938 in Massengale was the daughter of the and Ora Lee Caldwell Bartlett. She Hogansville most of her life, was a owner of the Pizza Villa in LaGran was a member of Springhill Survivors include three dau Hubbard, Janet Lynn Hunt, and Freiberg, all of Hogansville; one W. Clontz of Franklin; four Bartlett, Jr. of Marshallville, of LaGrange, Sherrell G. Bartlett and Barry W. Bartlett of Ho grandchildren; and two l In addition to her parents, she was in death by a son, Greg a daughter, Virl er, Roger Bartlett. The Claude A. 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