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Bryan Geter/Staff STRINGS gospel singers of LaGrange pictured above performed at the Corinth Church Saturday night. Pictured above are members of the group, (I-r) Becky Vasold, Jessica McCurdy, James Hale, Wes Williams, Danny Geter and Patti Studdard. s AND FU David R. Morgan January 23, 1917 - May 23, 2000 - David Robeson Morgan, 83, a of the Baptist Inn at.Stockbridge, and resident of Hogansville, died May 23 General Hospital in Stockbridge. Morgan was born January 23, 1917 in North Carolina, son of the late Samuel and the late Isabelle Robeson He was a graduate of Wake Forest and was a news reporter in his early health declined. A former resi- , Pennsylvania, he lived in for several years and was a mem- First Bap[ist Church of Hogansville, he was a member of the choir. include one sister, Mrs. Isabel of Hogansville; two brothers, Morgan of Washington, D.C. and Nell of San Diego, California; and several nephews. Just a few weeks prior to Mr. Morgan enjoyed assembling with and brothers at Callaway Gardens for family reunion in many years. aemorial service will be planned for a later t the Baptist Inn ill Stockbridge. in memory of Mr. Morgan may to the Baptist Inn, 1424 Hudson Bridge GA 30281. j Mrs. Opal T. Boyd anuary 22, 1908 - May 24, 2000 - Mrs. Opal T. Boyd, 93, of Arnco, died 24 at Beaulieu Convalescent Center in funeral service was conducted May in the church cemetery. 722,1907 in Carroll daughter of the late Lee and Myrtle She lived at Arnco moSt of her life a member of Ephesus Christian Church. include one son and daughter-in- and Nadine Boyd of Hogansville; three daughters and sons-in-law, Carlon and Curtis Rooks of Carrollton, Otha and Norman Gladfelter of Newnan, and Annelle and Joe Manion of Chester, Virginia; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; eight great-great- grandchildren; and two step-great-grandchil- dren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Buford Boyd, and two grandchildren. Hillcrest Chapel Funeral Home of Newnan was in charge of arrangements. Earl H. Harmon June 15, 1917 - May 25, 2000 Hogansville Earl H. Harmon, 82, of Hogansville, died May 25 at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. The funeral service was con- ducted May 29 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Wayne Hester and the Reverend Rob Singleton officiated. Mr. Harmon was born June 15, 1917 in Shelby, North Carolina, son of the)ate W.C. and Ava Moss Harmon. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II and retired as a pressman from the Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville and from the San Francisco Chronicle. He had lived at Hogansville for the past twenty years and was a member of Asbury United Methodist Church in Troup County. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Grace L. Harmon of Hogansville; three daughters and sons-in-law, Patra and Bob Murphy of Joliet, Illinois, Elaine and Brooks Shelhorse of Hogansville, and Dawn and Mark McCord of Gainesville; one sister, Mrs. Annie Mae Goodnight of Morganton, North Carolina; one brother, Paul E. Harmon of Chattanooga, Tennessee; six grandchildren; and two great- grandchildren. Contributions in memory of Mr. Harmon may be made to Asbury United Methodist Church. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. ARKWAY Carol Cain Named RS, INC. TO 'Wall of Alumni' dshi Eclipse Silver, 21,000 mi. $10,900 Miata, 5 26,000 mi. $13,900 GMCYukon Clean, Bench Seat =9,995 Maxima SE Roof, Auto w Mileage, =17,900 J Whitworth Motors DAN-RIC HOMES 89 DURAND ROAD L,AGRANGE, GEORGIA 30241 800-741-2512 EXT. 203 or 204 --70&882-7773 EXT 203 or 204 LaGrange -2990 Carol Howington Cain of LaGrange has been named to LaGrange College's "Wall of Outstanding Alumni" for the 2000-2001 academic year. Cain, who graduated from the college in 1982, is an eighth grade language arts teacher and theater specialist at West Side Magnet School. She earned abachelor of arts degree with a double major in English and speech and drama in 1982. She is the recipient of numerous professional and community awards including West Side Magnet School's "Teacher of the Year" 199- 2000, Troup County's "Teacher of the Year" 2000, Who's Who Among American's Teachers 2000, Wal-Mart "Teacher of the Year" 2000 and was named one of the top five finalists for CAROL CAIN will join the Wall of Outstanidng Alumni. Georgia "Teacher of the Year" 2000. Cain was featured Georgia teller in the 1999 Azalea Storytelling Festival, a gradu- ate of Leadership Troup '92 and presented an award-winning portrayal of "Rosie the Riveter" at the Little White House in 1996. Cain is also an active member of the First United Methodist Church in Hogansville, The Azalea Storytelling Festival Committee, the American Rosie the Riveter Association and director for the Junior Service League's Theatre Discovery day camp. The "Wall of Outstanding Alumni" is displayed on the sec- ond floor of Smith Hail just out- side the Admission Office. All whose portraits are pre- sented on the wall have distin- guished them- selves in their cho- sen professions and in their com- munities. The current photographs of the honorees will be featured on the plaque until October, at which time five other alumni will be named. A four-year lib- eral arts college affiliated with The United Methodist Church, LaGrange College offers 25 majors in the bac- calaureate degree and graduate pro- grams in business administration and education. With an enroll- ment of about 1,000 students, it is the oldest private college in Georgia. Mount file News By Mae Towns Mountville Community Club rret May 22 for a program pre- sented by the Mountville Baptist Church Choir. Club President Jackie Jones introduced Sandy Whisnant who directed the choir in a con- cert of Christian contemporary music. Choir members included Bill and Lucy Emery, Sharon Emery, Robin Gaddy, Lisa Heath, Robert Maddox, Eloise Maddox, Jenny Marterella, Dwayne Perdue, Jeff Rudbeck, William Whisnant and Director Sandy Whisnant. CLUB PRESIDENT. Jackie Jones welcomed newcomers, guests and members from Troup and Merixbether Counties. They included: Bill and Lucy Emery; Sharon Emery; Bruce and Lisa Heath, Heather and Hunter; Judge Jeanette Little; Dwayne Per due; Tony and Sandy Whisnant, William and Caleb, all of Mountville; THE REV. JAY KNIGHT, pastor of the Mountville Baptist Church; Robert and Imogene Maddox; Eloise Maddox; and infant Skyler Elise Kirkwood (accompanied by Mountville cousins Jason and Jodie Newsome), all of LaGrange area; Also, Robin Gaddy; Jenny Marterella; and Elvie Wade, all of the Stitcher Road/Whitfield Crossing area; Jeff and Sky Rudbeck, Breanna, all of Hillcrest; and Joel and Frances Daniel, Christie, all of the Hogansville Mountville Road. WANDA COSTLEY present- ed the devotionl "Obedience is All That God Expects." Hostesses for the covered dish dinner included Alison Wilson, Angela Chambers, Nancy Newsome and Mrs. Costley. Gayla Jones designed an arrangement for the serving tables featuring "Vacation Time." .... Reports.were given by Secretary Gayla Jones and Treasurer Wanda Costley. i )13te News PRESIDENT JACKIE JONES announced the club is making a gift to the American Heart Association in memory of Emmett Hart of Mountville Mills. The President announced the June meeting of Mountvillc Community Club has been post poned. Arrangements for Julv meeting will be announced later. HARWELL, BROWN & ARNALL, P.C. 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