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HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - MAY 31, 2001 PAGE 9 DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs. Henrietta J. Plant 15, 1919- MaJ, 22, 2001 - Mrs. Henrietta Johnson of McDonough and a former resident died May 22 at Henry General in Stkbridge. The funeral serv- May 26 in the Chapel of the McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in The Reverend Rance Sprayberry and interment was in the Luthersville were Steve Plant, Jimmy Plant, Moore, Fred Chamberlain, William and Jimmy Tollerson. Plant was born January 15, 1919 in County, daughter of the late Henry Johnson Before making her home in 1998, she was a lifelong resi- Meriwether County and was a member e United Methodist Church She of the late Murray Plant and was in death by a daughter, Mrs. Jean 1de three sons and a daughter- and Isabel Plant and Travis Plant, McDonough, and Gregory Plant of a son-in-law, ,Jack Barber of Lone sisters, Mrs. Mary Ann Ackerman of Worth, Florida and Mrs. Betty Smith of two brothers, Herschel Johnson of Pete) Johnson of I.me Oak: ghters, Mrs. Gall Barber Aydin Oak and Miss Nancy Lynn Plant of in memory of Mrs. Plant may to the Luthersville Cemetery Fund or United Methodist Church. A. Mckibben and Sons Funeral Hogansville was in charge of arrange- Gerald E. Brown 23, 1942 - May 22, 2001 - Gerald E. Brown, 59, of died May 22 at Emory Peachtree Hospital in Newnan. The funeral ser'- conducted May 25 in the Chapel of the McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in The Reverend Johnie Nunis and the Hail officiated and interment Star of Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery in Paulding County. His sons se'ed as pallbearers. Mr. Brown was born February 23, 1942 in Barbour County, Alabama, son of the late Clifford and Ruby Littlefield Brown. He had lived in Grantville for the past nineteen years, attended Grantville Church of God, and had been employed by Bo-Tex Manufacturing Company in Hogansville. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Shirley Wadsworth Brown of Grantville; three daugh- ters. Mrs. Faye Moore of Newnan, Mrs. Melinda Norred and Mrs. Anna Marie Leauge, both of Carrotlton; eight sons, Scott Brown of Corinth, Roger Brown and Randy Brown, both of Grantville, David Wayne Brown and Jerry Mitchell Brown, both of Villa Rica, Rormie Seldon Brown of Montgomery, Alabama, Chris Brown of Carrollton, and Steve Brown of Monroeville, Alabama; one brother, Wendell Brown of Columbus; 20 grandchildren, and six great-grand- children. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. Leroy Burks September 16, 1917 - May 23, 2001 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - Leroy Burks, 83, of San Diego, California and a former resi- dent of Grantville, died May 23 at his home. The funeral service was conducted May 27 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Max McCord officiated and interment was in the Grantville Cemetery. Mr. Burks was born September 16, 1917, son of the late Frank and Ella Pitts Burks. A U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, he lived in the Atlanta area for a number of years and was a retired shipping supervisor for Atlanta Dairies. Following his retirement, he lived in Florida for 16 years, in Missouri for two years, and had recent- ly made his home in San Diego. He was a mem- ber of Bethany Baptist Church in Town and Country, Missouri. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Beatrice Crawford Burks; one son, Dennis Burks; and two grandchildren, Brian James Burks and Sarah Anne Burks, all of San Diego. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. Alonzo A. Ivey August 6, 1916- May 28, 2001 GRANTVILLE - Alonzo A. Ivey, 84, of Grantville, died May 28 at Emory Peachtree Regional Hospital in Newnan. The memorial serv- ice was conducted May 30 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Jimmie L. Willis and the Reverend Willard Dean officiated. Mr. Ivey was born August 6, 1916 in Carroll County, son of the late Tom and Louellen Mote Ivey. He had lived in Grantville for a number of years, was a member of the First Baptist Church of Grantville, and was a retired farmer and mer- chant. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Mildred Upton Ivey of Grantville; a daughter and son-in- law, Nancy and Harry Dollar, also of Grantville; a son and daughter-in-law, Lonnie and Katherine Ivey of Sharpsburg; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. C.E. Andrews June 24, 1929 - May 28, 2001 CARROLLTON C.E. Andrews, 71, of Carrotlton, died May 28 at his home. The funer- al service was conducted May 30 at the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend A.W. Kent, the Reverend Carl Jiles, and the Reverend Timothy Lamb officiated and interment was in Hillview East Cemetery in LaGrange. Mr. Andrews was born June 24, 1929 in Spalding County, son of the late Charlie Pink Andrews and the late Lula Mae Beard Andrews. A former resident of LaGrange and Sargent, he had lived in Carrollton for the past 32 years and was a member of Carrollton Church of God. He was retired from Douglas and Lomason Company in Carrollton. Survivors include a son, Ronnie Andrews of Douglasville; a stepdaughter, Aurelia Crowe of Bowdon; two granddaughters, Melonie and Ashley; a special friend, Faye Baggett of Carrollton; and a number of nieces and nephews. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons F'uneral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. Miss JoAnn Mitchell of Alvaton and Mr. Charles Eugene Anderson of Luthersville announce their engagement ant forthcoming marriage. Miss Mitchell is the daughter o Ms. Eva Mae Mitchell of Alvaton and the late Mr. Joe Lewis Harris. Mr. Anderson is the son of the late Mr. am Mrs. Obediah (Lugenia) Anderson, Sr. The wedding wil be June 16 at 3:00 p.m., at the Shiloh Baptist Church ir Alvaton. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Congratulations to Rita Cook, Natasha Nicole Daniel "Ibcarra LaShay Hardaway, Denika Heard, Lattice Partridge and other graduates from Newnan Itigh School A very special happy birthday to Keioshna Mesh Porter on her sixth birthday on May 31. Remember that qove you. From Mr. Stanley Porter of Hogansville. Birthday greetings go out to: Mr. Edward Colton, Mr Dar-ron Dean, Mr. Albert Dean, Sonrreon Tonmecia, daugh ter of Ms. Sonya Addie, Mrs. Derah Brown, Ms. Glori O. Easter, Mr. Robert Hines, Mr. Jerome Nails, Corey B Parks, son of Ms. Sharon Dean, Mr. Derrick Patterson Mr. James Edward Stewart, in memory of Mrs. Brazoh Stanley, in memory of Mr. David Studstill, Mr. Rober "Red" Stewart, Mr. Roy "Pee-Wee" Stewart, Kimaskiz Mechez Thomas, grandson of Mr. Ben Thomas, Brown, Mr. James Walker, father of Mrs. Mary Sewell : Ms. MelLssa Wheelous, Mary White, granddaughter of MI and Mrs. Danny (Sara) Allen, in memory of Mrs. Emm Hawkins, Destiny Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs William (Deborah) Robinson, Mr. Jarrett Johnson, in mem ory of Ms. Ollie Fitten, Mrs. Tommie Ann Lax, Ms. An_ni  R. Reese, Mr. Marvin Lewis Snellings, Mrs. Petula H. Pett Ms. Martha W. Stewart, Jonathan Robertson and Mr. Roge Williams. Happy anniversary goes out to the following couples Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Deborah) Brown, Mr. and Mrs Dexter (Mary) Owens on their 5th on June 1st and Mr. am Mrs. Randy (Debra) Stevens on their 8th on May 29. W, wish them many, many more! The Hardaway-Phillips-Dean family reunion commit tee will sponsor a stew sale on Saturday, June 9 at th White Plains United Methodist Church, beginning at 1 noon. The price will be $6.00 per quart. For any other infol mation or to place an order, call (706) 672-3142. You are invited to attend the 120th anniversary of th Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks community o Sunday afternoon, June 10 at 2:30 p.m. Rev. Ben Stanle along with his church from Lumpkin will be the guest mir ister. Vacation Bible School will be held at the Bethleher Baptist Church, St. Marks community on June 11 throu 15 from 4:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. All children are invited t attend. Rev. C.A. Black is the pastor and Rev. Lucy Stanle is director of Vacation Bible School.  TROPHIES • PLAQUES • GIFTS AWARDS • MEDALS * RIBBONS -Seymour's - Highway 34 675-8558 Engraving Co. 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Sob)t-T m Mop-,gage AN, rw, 1 HUBBARD & SPhNKS Parts - Service 1115 F2 Min [-lmO: H,gvaltc GA 30Z:tO (706) 637-6379 THE DEPT When Bradley Walker was t0 yrs. old. he had a bad habit of evaluating eveo/thing by its worth in money, He wanted to know the price of everything he saw, and he constantly talked about tile money he was going to make in life, One morning when Bradley came down to breakfast he left on his mother's plate the following note, neatly folded For running errands $1.50 For being good one week .50 For taking music lessons .50 Extras .50 Total $3.00 His mother smiled at the statement and at lunchtime the bill and $300 were on Bradley's plate Beside the payment was a note on which his mother had written, For being good to him Nothing For nursing him through scarlet fever Nothing For c, shoes, and toys Nothing For meals and room Nothing Total Bradley owes Mother Nothing Religious Church Supplies • Bibles * Robes * Sunday School Supplies * Hymnals * Books * "Ihpes Gifts * Cards • Plaques * Complete Selection Resonable Prices Senior's IO-isties Cleaning (706) 884-1869 BODY SHOP * GLASS SHOP . 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