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HOGANSVnJ,E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 1, 2004 t'A(;E ,>A { tioch VBS Starts July 11 EVocation Bible School at p.m. nightly. There will be a There will be a special ~tioch Baptist Church will special commencement pro- class for ages three to ~$taldav, July 11 through gram on Friday evening, July teenagers. =~====~,?lltlrSday'July i5 fronl 6-8:30 16 at 6:30. Information: 637-6625. Grantville-Lone Oak News ttappyanniversarvwish- LaTonya Vanni Ellison, in Frances ,lean Rosser, Paul art beati~J0 to Leon and t~honda trrived ~ on their 9th on June 30: Bun on.tl~.'~'wJn and Helen Nelson on efrontd0~ 53rd; Claudell and d him do~lene Phillips on their 19th j~Une 29; Jimmy and Mary gave Circe Godfrey on their 31st ~1 mome~June 30; James Curtis and er husball~llis Williams on their lSth memory of Curtis Eli Griggs, Rosser, Ashley Strozier, Darrell Carter, Bridget "I),rone Strozier, Willie Jim Hardaway, Bessie S. Hardy, Strozier, Kippie Lynn Michael Harris, Dwight Roberts, I)orothy D. kJttly lst; MeMn and Mary on their 17th on July Michael and Stephanie ~ley on their 6th on July Id;and Michael and Theresa ~Jnnon on their 22nd on dy 3rd. greetings go to ,Janise Clark, daugh- 'of Rev. Emmitt and Janet Hazel T. Colton, Cook, niece of Vita Willie Oscar "Bill" Shantivria Ellis, daughter of and Juliette Ellis, Lionel Hardaway, Edward Dobbs, Taylor Dunton, daughter of Tony and Jennifer Dunton, Teresa Bohannon; Brenda C. Bray, Angela Cameron, sister of Debbie Lowe, Charlie Colton, Jason Cotton, Rosie Curry, Mary Joyce Godfrey, Tonecia Hines, granddaughter of Robert Lewis and Janette Hines, Atanda Tamekia Leigh, Wenonah E. Leigh, Emma Jean Lykes, Shantez Mays. nephew of Timmy and Racheal McCruder, Sabrina Lindsey, Eddie B. Reese, Chadrick Jamal Rhodes, son of Toney and Linda Rhodes, Dorothy S. Rosser, in memo- ry of Gene Robert Rosser, Thornton, Christopher Leon Williams and Patricia Worthans. Remember Charlie Kate Hardaway in your prayers. We, the members of the John Wesley United Methodist Church of Grantville, welcome our new pastor, Rex'. Frank Dean, Jr. The New St. Paul CME Church of Lone Oak invites everyone to its Pastor Appreciation Day in honor of Rev. Thurmond D. Brown, on. Sunday, ,July 11 at 11 am. Guest speaker will be Rex,. Charlie Glanton, pastor of Neriah Baptist Church of Greenville. Hogansvffie P ea Deaths ,i Joe Shelnutt June 18, 2004 OWner/Operator of Shelnutt Trucking Joe Shelnutt of Hogansville died Friday, 18 at his residence after a long battle cancer. Funeral services were held after noon, June 20, in the chapel of Striffler-Hamby Mortuary with Rev. Vomack officiating. Interment fol- in Haywood Cemetery in Haywood, Mr. Shelnutt was born in Martinsville, VA son of Annie Mae Turner and the Howell Stanley Shelnutt. He worked for Gardens for many years as a He then became owner and oper- of Shelnutt Trucking where he later He was preceded in death by his sis- Faye Hogg. hi addition to his mother, Mr. Shelnutt is his son and daughter-in law, ,Jeff Elaine Shelnutt of Norcross; four grand- Ashley and Alan Shelnutt of and Lauren and Marc Weaver of 'fiVe sisters and three brothers-in- Pittman of Panama City, Peggy and Lanny Holmes of West Point, and Ed Russell of Shelby, AL and : and Carol Tanner, both of West two brothers, Mac Shetnutt and Wayne Striffler-Hamby Mortuary of LaGrange was in charge of arrangements. Polly Morgan December 22, 1914- June 22, 2004 First Baptist Church Member Olive Grace Polly) Morgan, age 89. of Hogansville, died Tuesday, June 22 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange The funeral service was held Thursday, June 24 at the graveside in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville with Dr, Jasper N. Keith Jr offi- ciating. Born Dec. 22, 1914 in Meriwether County, Mrs. Morgan was the daughter of the late W.J. and Lucy Strickland V(~d. She lived in Hogansville most of her life, was a member of the First Baptist Church of Hogansville and was the wife of the late J.D. Morgan. Survivors include a daughter and son-in- taw, Betty and Jasper N. Keith, ,Jr. of Avondale Estates; a son and daughter-in-law, Billy and Ann Morgan of ttogansville; two brothers, Everett Wood of Hogansville and Harold Wood of LaGrange; one sistel, Lois O'Neal of Charleston, SC; five grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and one great-great- grandchild. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. SHARING THE EXPERIENCE- Among those taking part in the Three i ,,vers Area Health Center ECHO Camp at the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation and Georgia Baptist Meriwether Hospital last week were camp coordinator Cassandra Ellsberry of Macon, Carmen Collins of Manchester, Brittney Henry of Greenville, Elizabeth Payne of Greenville, Honour Hayes of Manchester and camp coordinator Mary Fielder of Columbus. The special day camp was designed for high school students in Meriwether County interested in a career in health care. PEACHES NOW RIPE! You Pick or We Pick NOW OPEN! 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Located on GA Hwy 173 between Woodbury, Warm Springs, and Manchester Follow The Signs To Hudson Farm 706-846-5658 West Georgia 1408 Hamilton Road LaGran ? ~:ii Juanita Harrell 706-884-1092 Fax: 706-884-1 2~ West Georgia Mortuary has been of their families by providing Service". We believe that every Personalization is the way .... that has your best interest at hea~ affordable package plato are availableJ"~ "'No Distan , ..... ~r We provide courteous, professional service with complete care. Funeral (;ounseling Arrangements for Burial and Cremation Pre-Need Funeral Planning Life Insurance Plans Discounted Funeral Service Package Plans FIRE PLACE LOGS +or, m 837-6621 Setvi e Religious Supplies Hummingbird Station #1 Fla Bank g Member FDIC Gifts * (ards Plaques Complete " ' 7]:i' (S:chhUr'cihb)%uT'PPlP:;:s t{~x!brleSts R(;?b~Sk; Su~'?;eYs {~~ I~d8 1879 East Main St. 111h~ "~'~';~;)+~:+~;~'/'~" HOGANSVILLE 637-9001 1235 B LaFaye~ Parkway (o~,.~a~ 706-882-4899 We Sell All Types of Tires BOOY SHOP, GLASS SHOP,AUTO REPA{R ! T T 0~er a centre ago, in 1900, Sir Ernest 7 uuuo / ~i-I'UO the 10lto~llng adveni~ment in London Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 NEN !~STED FOR It~d)0US JOU~NR W;~ME T Smatl '*a~e5 biuer (old ion, ~nths of complete , darkness. 0ns'ant danger safe return doubtful. Honor ar~ re~0gniti0n in case of smess "~I T The res nse ~as 0verwhetmin thou h &BIM / "+ the expedition failed to teach its goal of Jim Campbell getting to the South Pole. 'today. Ernest Sales Manager 5hackleton is certainly not a household T name+ and probabh onh a handful of peo 706-882 -6643 .,,~~,,,,,,,,~.--,~. ,,.,,,~..__ pie remem~.r the hamg of an, of the me,, 1006 Hogansville Rd. II,~...,u..,,,1~ _~.~:~++ who accompanied him. But, asthen, men I.,aGrange, GA n~l~-~ T and women the ~orld met still long for Res: 706-637-4588 adventure, exen if it is an a0,'enture as Fax: 706-845-1753 1~~~ seemingh meaningless as getting to the South Pale, And, if we revere those who 1-800438-6127 r~k life and limb to do what has never been done before, then how much more should ~e honor those who risk their lives to feed the hungry, heal the I T,#Bank a TruSt I sick and spread the gospeP P~rhops it ,as tbe ad,'Pnture and austerity of the call t0"spread the gospel which made it attractive I0 the each Christians. And likewise even in these days 0fhxun' and ease. we too need a similar call ,0 austerity, sacrifice, and adventure. | Claude A. McKibben & Sons ,~,:,,~c ,o~., ,,,~,,+t,,,-e tfe (hated them to t, ge nothit~ for their journey except a stag: _ a + -- . _ . no bread, no b g, no monet in their belts; but to wear saMMs Funeral Home Downtown Hogansville aM not put on t.:o tunics. 208 Johnson Street and Inside Ingles H0gansville, Georgia6374544 or 6374422 706-637-8623 QUALITY WOAK IN RECOP~ TIME Deal direct with the owner: 1511HAMILTON RD, P,0, BOX 1t71 LA~, GEORGIA 30241 We sen, ice what we sell: 706.884.8259 E~F(~ ~ce 706-~3619 If you have a little land and a big dream.., let's ~ild... together. For More Information Call: LaGrange 706-884-24,t4 )anencas Home Place, Subject to Mort gage Approval HUBBARD & SPINKS Parts. Serv/ce 1115 E. Main St. Phone: HogarLsville, GA 30230 (706) 637-6379 INSTALLATION SERVICE & SUPPLIES 801 1/2 ~ Road, LaGrarge, GA (706) 845-0001 Mark A. Gooeh, Owner Hogansville Pliarmacy Phil Wddrop 300 Main Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8683 []