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PAt;t: 8-A HOGANSVILLE Ho,m NEWS - THURSDAY; JUNE 20, 2002 ' By Bryan Geter SOMETHING OLD & SOMETHING NEW The Hogansvi!le Antique Mall had its "Grand Opening" last Saturday The malt, which is located in downtown on Main Street. was fult of customers as well as browsers for the occasion. Bili Stankiewicz, manager of the mall, looks over a beautiful antique bedroom suite that is on sale. DEATHS Mrs. Addie P. Cooper Fcbruarj, 10, 1918 - June 15, 2002 Mrs. Addle Pearl Justiss Cooper, 84, of Newnan, died June i5th at Newnan Hospital. The funeral service was con- ducted June 17th in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons F'uneral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Mike Avers and Mr. Alect Boswell officiated and interment was in bouthvicw Cemetery' in Moreland. Pallbearers were Stephen Ayers. Kevin Ayers. Darrell Smwers Skip Gladfelter. Tony Sherrer, Danny dustiss, and Ray Monk. Born February 10. 1918 in Coweta County, Mrs. Cooper was the dauRhter of the late George and Ethel Webb Justiss. She lived in Griffin for forty years before making her home in Newnan nine years ago, and was retired from Spalding Knittin Mill m Griffin and from the Sock Shoppe in Griffin. She was a member of Midway Baptist Church in Barnesville and was the wife of the late Ray Cooper. SmwiwIrs include a sister-in-law, Mrs. Nell Justiss of Newnan: a niece and nephews, Mrs. Linda Monk of Tyrone, Ronnie Hendrix of Clinton, Tennessee. and Robert Stowers and Danny Justiss. both of Newnan; and several great nieces and R rear-nephews. She was preceded in death by two infant SOILS. The ('laude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Mable L. Garner May 5. 1915 - June 15, 2002 Mrs. Mable Lee Garner, 87, of Alvaton, died June 15th at her home. The funeral service was conducted June I6 at Bethel Baptist Church in the Rocky Mount Community of Meriwether County. Dr. James Stewart. Mr. Alfred McCoy and Dr. Ililly Burks officiated and interment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Chuck Garner. Bret Fowler. Chad Fowler. Jamie Gramling, Will Bond. Matthew Bond, Aaron Gm'ner, and Jeremiah Garner. Mrs. Garner was born May 5,1915 in Rocky Mount, daugh- ter of the late Charlie and Minnie Lee Rowe Garner. She was a lifelong resident of Meriwether Count3; was an active mem- ber of Bethel Baptist Church, and retired in 1980 from International Plavtex in Manchester after 28 years of serv- ice. She  as a honwmaker and her great love of flowers was exhibited by the grounds of her home. Sum ivors include three daughters and sons-in-law, Lynda Faye and Randall Fowler of Athens, Brenda Lee and Ashton I.afargue of Alpharetta, and Robyn and Claud Bond of Abbeville. S.C.: two sons and daughters-in-law,.Charles and Orlene Garnet" and Gary and Rebekah Garner, all of Alvaton; three sisters Mrs. Fannie Mae Crain of Jonesboro, Mrs. Nadine Thomas of Luthersville. and Mrs. Ida Parks of Homer; one brother, Travis Garner of Luthersville; twelve grand- children;.and fourteen great-grandchildren. She was pre- ceded in death by a son, Johnny Frank Garner. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. The Troup County Election Superintendent hav- ing received written objec- tions to the proposed chang- ing in polling locations of the following precincts: #3 Armory, #7 East Vernon, #8 Rosemont. #9 Mountville, # 11 Long Cane. #12 Gardner Newman. #13 Gray Hill. #14 Lees Crossing and #15 Highland, hereby schedules a Public Hearing for Thursday, June 20. 2002 at 6:00 p.m. at the Troup County Chamber of Commerce Conference Room located at 111 Bull SL. LaGrange, GA. Pursuant to Code Section 21- 2-265. Donald W. Boyd "loup County Probate Judge Elections Superintendent CHEC00 JOBS .,l"rave .+,ges (w Good Pt.e Vo) Z-Gre= !/ / CDL-A, H/tvZMAT 13.50per hou Produc'don - Heavy Labor , Admin - Excel / Word 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.com EOE II iiii Antioch to Broadcast Again For the last 20 or 30 years, Antioch has had a live radio broadcast every Sunday morning at 9:00. Because of the demise of WTRR the broadcast has been off the air. Please note that beginning Sunday morning, July 7, Antioch will be back on the air with its live radio broadcast. The broadcast will resume on WOAK 90.9 FM. Be sure to tune in each week at 9:00 on'fnday morning for the live Antioch Baptist Church radio broast. Campbells Welcomes New Addition Chris and Mariea Campbell. and big brother Drew, announce the birth of Jacob Kai Campbell on June 10th at West Georgia Health System. Jacob weighed seven pounds, 11 ounces, and was 20" long. Maternal grandparents are the late Judy Rainey and Ray McWhorter. Maternal great-grand- parents are Mrs. Mary Smith and the late Arthur Smith of Hogansville. Paternal grandparents are Jim and Lynn Campbell of Hogansville, and paternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lankford of LaGrange. Students Get Degrees at LaGrange The following local Hogansvitle students received degrees fl'om IGrange College during commencement ceremonies held May 18: Tessa Lee Matthews, bachelor of arts in psy- chology; Nancy Carol Norred, bachelor of arts in computer science; Brandi Lee Brooks. bachelor of arts in biology. 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