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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEws - THURSDAY, THURSDAY 19, 2003 PAGE 3 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 SOcial Security & S.S.I. 2 Jackson Street Wnan, Georgia 30263 251-1567 251-0800 gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org I'IARWELL, BROWN & HARWELL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Gary W. Brown iii iliiiiiiii!iill 'A tne (Psyc/iic, born witti ttic j,owcr to te(l t/ie j,ast, preseut, ant[future. 'Advises in aliafiairs o l!'fe, q (lave rotit to qetticr ,nmty in marriaqc ,mc[ reunite{ t/ie seferatcd f you arc un/iat!p) 1, 'scourqa{ or in d]srress, q can lie{i you. No Problems Are Too Big or Too Small 1305 Whitesville St., LaGrange, GA CALLL TODAY- 706-882-5155 Place Cotlcerned About Your Parents ? The everyday routine has become too much i 0r them but a nursing home isn't what they/ ed With your busy schedule, you can't / lp as much as you'd like. For their com- h.rt and safety, Roosevelt Place is the \\; anSWer They provide cooking cleaning,\\; t a social life full of activities. Call today fa tour of the living suites offering the ulti. in comfort and convenience. The Roosevelt, Place Assisted Living With A Specialized Alzheimer Wing P0000lll:ar,: Information - 706-655,2558 Warm Springs, Georgia priced, one mile fiom the hospital 'atop beautiful Mountain in Warm Springs. l.ocally owned and operated. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Mr. Darroll Sewell of Grantville in his death. He is just away! We're happy to report that Mrs. Maggie Stepp of Grantville is home from the hospital and doing nicely. Happy anniversary wish- es go out to the following cou- ples: Mr. & Mrs. Leon (Alicetine) Thompson on their 30th on June 17; Mr. & Mrs. Jamie (Carmen) Wheelous on their 5th on June 19; and Mr. & Mrs. Steven Miller on June 21. We wish them many, many more! Happy birthday wishes go out to the following peo- ple: Ms. Helen Buchanan, Mr. Christopher Clements, son of Revo And Mrs. M.R. (Dorothy_ Clements, Mr. Ernest Lewis "Ricky" Cousins, Mr. Marcus Daniel, DeWayne Colton, Ms. Emma Jean Davis, Msl Jawarn Gaines, Mr. Jarvis Glanton, Rev. Charlie Glanton, Jarvis JeRico Hardy, son of Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Lewis (Angelia) Hardy, Mr. James E. Hines, Tomica Hines, Shameka Hodo, in memory of Mr. Willie Mack Hunter, Mrs. Amy Jerrell, Mrs. Helen C. Jones, Jamayda Keyton, grandson of Mrs. Beatrice Porter, in memory of Mrs. Bertha Miller, in memory of Mrs. Dorothy Jones, Mr. Jeffrey Pace, Shavon C. Pace, Ms. Joyce Radcliffe, daugh- ter of Mr. Wayne Rosser, Christopher Rosser, Darius Centel, grandson of Mr. & Mrs. Willie A. (Carolyn) Rosser, DeRico Smith, Ms. Shirley Stinson, Evangelist Willie David Rosser, in mem- ory of Mrs. Diane G. Sueyoshi, Mrs. Bertha Thompson, Mr. George Thrash, Mr. Michael Towns, Mrs. Candace B. Stiles, 00enior Center I June Calendar Hogansville Senior Center has plenty happening during June. Below is the June calendar: June 5- Bingo at 10:30 and quilting games. June 6- Happy Birthday Faye! Exercise 10:30. June 8- Happy Birthday Carl! June 9- Exercise 10:30, boardgames and walking. June 10- Bingo 10:30 and quilting and walking. June 11- Exercise 10:30. June 12- Bingo 10:30 with quilting and walking. June 13- Exercise 10:30 with walking and games. June 15- Happy Father's Day! June 16- Exercise 10:30, boardgames and walking, June 17- Coleman Clinic, Faye, Watson 11. June 18- Blood pressure, exercise 10:30 June 19- Bingo 10:30, quilting and birthday party. June 20- Exercise 10:30, walking and boardgames. June 22- Happy Birthday Fox! June 23- Exercise 1030, ceramics and games, June 24- Bingo 10:30, Lisa, Diabetics. June 2s- Exercise 10:30, games and walking, o June,26,-biagolO*a30, quiltmg :,  ! June 27- Exercise 10:30, walking, movies June 30- Exercise 10:30, walking, games; .... We owners and staff of The International Cafe to express our appreciation for your patron- for the past three years. are now open at our new location (just our old location). We appreciate your and hope to see you soon. o Eva Cook Wrinkler Oct. 20, 1911 -dune 13, 2003 Mrs. Eva Cook Winkler, 91, of Luthersville, died Friday, June 13th, 2003, at Alvista Healthcare Center in Greenville. The funeral service was conducted at 1:30 p.m., Sunday June 1Sth, at grave- side in the Luthersville Cemetery, with Reverend Winston Skinner officiating Mrs Winkler was born October 20th, 1911, in Carroll County. She was a retired seamstress and a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Hazel and Bobby Gordon of Ranger; sons and daughters- in-law, Harold and Pauline Foster of Luthersville and Don and Joy Foster of Aberdeen, Washington; eight grandchildren; and seven great grand children. The Claude A. McKibbon and Sons Funeral Home of Jennelle Parks, granddaugh- ter of Ms. Esther Parks, Mrs. Marian Williams, Mr. William Martin, Mr. Cedric Rosser, Ms. Miriam Joy Smith, Armond Jamari Upshaw, son of Mr. & Mrs. Cedric (Wakiki) Upshaw and Ms. Vickie Wheelous. The Greater Jehovah Baptist Church in Grantville will be celebrating their 122nd church anniversary on Sunday, June 22, at llAM with guest speaker Rev. Christopher McCambry of Atlanta. He is the grandson of the late Mr. Lonnie McCambry and Mrs. Inez McCambry of Grantville. Rev. Edmond Leigh is the associate pastor. The public is cordially invited to wor- ship with us. Vacation Bible School begins at the New St. Paul CME Church in Lone Oak on June 23 through 27 from 6PM to 8PM. Mrs. Wylene Phillips is the director. Rex,. T.d. Brown is the pastor. Seed for Thought: "Where words fail, music speaks." In Memoriam of Mr. Rosser In loving memory of my father, Mr. Clarence Rosser, who passed away June 30, 1992. "Gone by not forgot- ten." Love, Ruby Rosser, Mrs. Maddie J. Rosser, . daughter-in-law and Grandchildren Mr Charlie W. (;arrett, 59 of LaGrange, died Friday, June 13, 2003, at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted at 2 p.m., Sunday, June 14th, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibbon and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville, with Reverend A. Hansel Parmer officiating. Born October 5, 1943, in Troup County, Mr. Garrett was the son of the late William Olin i3arrett and the late Claudie Wynn Garrett. He was a lifelong resident of Troup County, was a member of the Baptist Church, and a retired welder. Survivors include three sisters and brother-in-laws, Ruth and Don Ford of LaGrange, Faye and Hoy! Rushton of Hogansville, and Cathryn and Edwin Busbee of Virginia Beach, VA. Three brothers and a sister-in-law, Robert and Connie Garrett of Hogansville, Coleman Garrett of Newnan, and William O. (Pete) Garrett, Jr. Of LaGrange; and a number of nieces and nephews. The Cluade A. McKibbon and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Fomby Laid to Rest Mr. G.L. Fomby June 9, 2003 - September 25, 1925 HOGANSVILLE - Mr. G.L. Fomby, 77, of Hogansville, died Monday, June 9, 2003, at his home. The funeral service was conducted at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, June 12, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Milton Hall officiated and interment was in the Corinth Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jimmy Gantt, James Fomby, Gerald Updyeke, Donnie Gaddy, J.W. Bonner, and Kevin Wegienka. Born September 25, 1925 in Heard County, Mr. Fomby was the son of the late Robert Lee and Bessie Dingler Fomby. He lived in Hogansville most of his life, was retired from Uniroyal, Inc. and was former owner and operator of Five Points Grocery in Heard County. He was a U.S. Navy veter- an of World War Two. Survivors include one daughter, Gayla Ceveland of Mountville; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Larry and Helen Fomby of Hogansville, and Greg Fomby of Douglasville; two sisters, Mrs. Earline Waller of Hogansville, and Mrs. Mozelle Thompson of West Point; one brother, Frank Fomby of Hogansville; one grandchild, Cassie Hudgins of LaGrange: and two great-grandchildren, Zach Whittington and Chase Whittington. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Robinson and a son, Bob Fomby. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Spec. Price Reachs AIT in Aberdeen, Maryland ARMY SPEC. Mary E.' Price has arrived at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Aberdeen, Md., to complete the power-gen- eration equipment repair- er advanced individual training (AIT) course. During AIT, the soilder will be Traind to perform unit, direct support or generation equipment. This includes repairing and overhauling internal combustion engines, tac- tical utility, precise power generation sets, and other associated equipment. Price is the daughter of Gray F. Sauer of Brookwood Drive, LaGrange GA. She is a o Hogansville was in charge of general support maiilte- 1992 graduate the arrangements, nance functions on power- LaGrange High School. I:: Hudson Farms@ You Pick' m ' ' i jj " ' Peaches, Strawberries, Blackberries Starting June 2 Call (706) 846-5658 ' for availability & hours |% ; Located on Hwy 173 between Manchester, Warm Springs & Woodbury FOLLOW THE SIGNS TO HUDSON FARMS! .:,. " i , , :' t of