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PA;E b-A H((;ANSVIII }t<xlt.; NEWS - TII: :,SI)AY, J;:l.Y 18, 2002 Ralph E. Smith March 27, 1955 - July 10, 2002 Ralph EdwardSmith, Sr., 47, of Na died July 10th at his home. The funeral service was conducted July 13th in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Jamie Dingier officiat- ed and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Ralph E. Smith, Jr., Jerry Brown, Jerry Hines, Frankie Reese, Doug Rhodes and Billy Joe Smith. Mr. Smith was born March 27, 1955 in Tallapoosa, Ala., son of the late Foster and Tommie Reagan Smith. He had lived in Coweta County since 1981, was a construction sub- contractor and attended Free Will Baptist Church in Union City. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mildred Smith of Nevman; one daughter and son-in-law, Julie and Steve Cape of Carrollton: one son and daughter-in-law, Ralph Edward, Jr. and Leigh Smith of Palmetto: three grandchildren, Tiffany Miller and Jessie Miller of Carrollton and Foster Smith of Palmetto; two sisters. Mrs. Louise Stapp of Hampton and Mrs. Stella Barnes of Barnesville; and six brothers, Charles Smith of Lincoln, Ala., Billy Joe Smith of Temple, William Smith and Gordon Smith, both of Ranburn, Ala., Lewis Smith of Murphreesboro, Tenn., and Sid Smith of Calhoun. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Matthew Hogan February 8, 1983 - July i0, 2002 Matthew Shavm Hogan, 19, of Easley, S.C., died July 10th at Greenville Memorial Hospital in Greenville, S.C. The funeral service was conducted July 12 in the Chapel of the Claude A McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Helen Henry officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Keith Johnson, Tony Moore, Tyson Bunn, Jeremy Pearson, Milton Toney and Dewayne Murphy. Born February 8, 1983 in LaGrange, Mr. Hogan lived in LaGrange most of his life before making his home in Easley three months ago. He was a member of the Baptist church and was employed by BASE Inc. Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Deborah and Deryck White of Lutherville, Maryland; two sisters, Katherine Johnson and Clara White, also of Lutherville; his grandmother, Mrs. Jacqueline Cook of Easley; his great grandmother, Mrs. Floy Hale, also of Easley; an uncle and aunt, David and Pattie Driver; and cousins, Derrick Driver and Daniel Driver, all of Five Points, Ala. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. /ii+ LONG-AWAITED - Ron Clemmer. Vicar of St. Matthews Church in Hogansville, serves Holy Communion toTony McGee, Peachtree City, during one of the church's first services. St. Matthews, Hogansville's newest church, was planted by Christ the King Church in Peachtree City. St. Matthews meets at 4:30 pm. each Sunday afternoon at 200 East Main Street, Suite 103. For addi- tional information call Ron Clemmer at 706-637-5905. Lactation Wo] K.;hop Planned Attend a lactation educator workshop at Upson Regional Medical Center Auditorium Saturday. Aug. 31 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Topics to be covered are Lactation Physiology, Physical & Emotional Benefits (for room and baby), Before and After Birth Preparation, Avoiding and/or Overcoming Difficulties. The charge will be $98.00. The workshop is hosted by Melissa Wolfersberger, CAPPA CLE/qYamer, I3_,LL, CPD, LD. For registration information call 904-388-3735. 2 ,  Jmlie El Happy anniversary ghshes go out to Mr., Mrs. Ector (Marian) Dean on their 56th on] 18; Mr. and Mrs. Donnie (Sara) Clark 4th on July 21; Minister Anthony and Tangela Clements on their 6th on July ,Mr. and Mrs. Anthony (Patricia) Portress, their 29th on July 22. We vrish more! We're sorry to report that Mrs Sallie Ringer of St. Marks is a patient at Medical Center. We wish her a s ery! Our deepest sympathy goes out to the f' ily of Mr. Ira M. Tigner in his death. "Eartll no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal." Birthday gTeetings go out to: Ms. Blalock, Mrs. Mary Amey, Mr. Gregory Mrs. Mattie Belle Dean, Shamonica Colton, Rosa Marie Dean, Buffie Ytivie Ellis, Loretta Freeman, Ashley Glanton, Ms. Belinda Dean, Ms. Marvene memory of Ms. Jessie Ruth Blount, Mrs. Grady, Mrs. Jannette Hines, Toney Tamekia Hines, Mrs. Thelma Ford, Mr. McCall, Mrs. Verleda M. Mitchell, Ms. Kate Rosser, Ms. Melanie Sewell, Mrs. Sewell, Ms. Pamela Hamilton, Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. Stacy T. Tucker, Mrs. Ella Jason Studstill, in memory of Mrs. Mr. Silas Trammell, Ms. Imogene S. Todd Mr. Leon Williams. Remember our sick and shut-ins: Margaret Blalock, Mrs. Gertrude Cousin, Ector Dean, Rev. Clarence Ellison McCullar, Mr. Willie Lee Mitchem William Mitchell, Mrs. Alice Pearl Hinton,1 Bessie Glanton, Mrs. Bessie Rossr, James SewU, Ms. Dora Mac Smith, Mrs. Sharpe and Mrs. Willie Mae Worthans. The White Plains United Methodist St. Marks, invites everyone to their Choir 5th Anniversary on p.m. Re: W.E. Geter is pastor and Rev. Beasley, associate pastor. There will be a meeting at Greenville on Sunday, July 28 at 4 p.m. plans for the 20th year class reunion for Class of 1982, Greenville High School. All c members are asked to be present. See or, tact Ms. Mignon Carter Rosa Prather at 770 927-1564. Seed for Thought: Life is like a you can waste it or put it to good use. 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