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Sulxr, R:ed Photo L. HALL is the recipient of the Georgia of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities, Scholarship of $1,000. Manesra is a 2002 graduate High School and a resident of the Hogansville Authority. She is the daughter of Jimmy Hall and Mary Alice Hall of Hogansville. In the photo, Rick right. GAHRA Scholarship Chairman presents with the GAHRA Scholarship of $1,000. s Funerals Don J. Wheeler August 18, 1960 - June 18, 2002 OGANSVILLE - Don J Wheeler, 41, of Hogansville, L June 18 at his home. The memorial service was con- 23rd in the Chapel of the Claude A McKibben Home in Hogansville with the Rev. Sarah Wheeler was born August 18, 1960 in South Haven, and lived in Michigan before making his home in 994 Umqvors mclude his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Krziske one sister, Mrs. GinaTrrough, also [togansville; three brothers, George A. Wheeler, Jr. of David Wheeler of Glendale, Michigan and Geoffrey of Hogansvilte; aunts and uncles, Mrs. Margaret of LaGrange, Michael Krziske of Manchester, , Michigan; and nephews. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of was in charge of arrangements. , LESS THAN PERFECT CREDIT WELCOME EVEN CH, 13 BANKRUPTCY MAKE ALL SELECTIONS FROM OUR SHOWROOM "ONE STOP SHOP" QUALIFIED BUYERS CAN GET IN WITH NO MONEY DOWN _ Mrs. Beverly Jean Auman July 23, 1949- June 19, 2002 - Mrs. Beverly ,lean Anderson Auman, 52, died June 19 at Upson Regional Medical Center The funeral service was conducted June 22 in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Newnan Mark Boyd officiating. . Auman was born July 23, 1949 in Statesboro, daugh- of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Anderson. She had made her past four years and attended New &apos;.hutch in Thomaston. include two daughters, Annette Auman of and icia Auman of Newnan; her mother, Annette of Camden, S.C.; one sister, Joann Sexton of two brotherK Henry Anderson of Georgia Anderson of North Carolina; and several nieces and he Claude A. McKibbenand Sons Funeral Home of in charge of arrangements. HOGANSVIIA HOME Nt,;w< -i' : ,v-,;,,;, JtNE 27, 2002 Towns 00reats Mount00,ille UMW to 00nnual Lunch By KATHY ROGERS Mountville United Methodist Women met at the Taste of Lemon restaurant on Monday, June lOth for the annual luncheon hosted by Mae Towns. Mrs. Towns welcomed guests and members President Alma Wood gave the invocation. In lieu of a regular program, it was a time for an ecumenical meet- ing of UMW members and guests from the community who attend a number of local area churches. After a time of enjoying fellowship and good food, introductions were made. Mae thanked all members who have worked so faith fully through the years. She provided everyone with a lisl of members, a bookmark, and a copy of Gil Watson's church newsletter for 2002 to his congregation at Northside UMC in Atlanta's Buckhead area. Dr. Watson was the tormer pastor of the La(,railge First United Methodist Church and ser ed as a past speaker of the Mountville United Methodist Church revival. AT THE BEGINNING of the year, l)r. Watson re-reads "l'iigrim's Progress," which WaS \\; l'lIlen by John Bunyan ami tirst published in t-)gJ:md in 1678. Pilgrim's lh'ogi'e. telis the stotw of an awakened soul on its way h'()m the City of Destruction (lilt: old life) to the Celestial t il. The Pilgrim is one who .ft i .'es t;, ubtain salvation of lht. :-;oul through a physical iol neV ill which caritas, love ,f iod, not cupiditas, love of mat ril lhings, drives them. \\;ccording If) Dr. Gil, it is as rt:k:vant today as it was when it !J:st appeared in the 17th ( entury, f'or centuries this ho,k has had an honored place m thousands of American households along- side the family Bible, June 27 Cal Massengale, Druid Fountain, Jeff Wallace, Laurie CaUaway, Sue Walden, Anthony Cavalcante, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Webb, anniver- sary. June 28 David Shirah, (;aii Sherman, Hunter Helton, Joshua Bonner, Paulette Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. David Hammett and Mr. and Mrs Luby Johnson, anniversary. June 29 Cedie Stitcher, Jeff Duffee, Odella Whitmore, Skeet Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wessinger and Mr. and Mrs. John Artley, anmversary. June 30 Bill Hammond, Ouida Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parham and Mr. and Mrs Walter Purgason, anniver- saw. July 1 Clifford Davis, Tim Wflliamson. July 2 Bill Johnson, Cynthia Jones, James Allen, Jean DeMarrais, Kathy L. Rogers. July 3 Nicole Yarbrough, Shannon Marcus, Tyler Dingier, Lelia Birdsong. Deadline. Set For July 4 HHN So that the employees ot The Hogansville Home News may enjoy the July 4th holi- day with their families, the following deadlines have been established for next week's issue of this newspa. per. No classified ads, legals or news copy will be accept- edafter 5 p.m. on Friday, June 28 for the July 3 issue of The Hogansville Home News. (; UESTS PRESENT mc!uded Frances Daniel, Kay l)uraski, Nancy ,Johnson. Suzy .lones and talhcr Marchman, all of Motmtviile. UMW members pre,enl included Angela PAGE 5-A Chambers, Joan Fincher, Hazel Horton, Lisa Mitchell, Jean Mote, Kathy Rogers, Helen Thrash, Mae Towns and Alma Wood, all of Mountville. Mae again thanked all for attending and promoting unity among churches and community. 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