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THE HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 27, 2000 Leslie Pye Pope July 26, 1903 - July 19, 2000 Pye Pope, 96, of Newnan and a former :of Grantville, died Wednesday, July 19, at Beaulieu Convalescent Center in conducted at 11 a.m. July 20, 2000 at the graves,de in Cemetery in LaGrange, with the Darris Baker officiating. Pope was born July 26, 1903, in Clay Alabama, daughter of the late John and Harry. She had lived in Newnan since Was a member Of the First Baptist Church and was retired from Grantville include two sons and daughter in- and JeweU Pye of Newnan and Julius yrna; a step-daughter, Georgia Grantville; one sister, Mary Carter of AL; four grandchildren; five great- six great, great grandchildren, aUrnber of nieces and nephews. Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- Evelyn Kee Teal 30, 1918 - July 21, 2000 ,, 81, of Hogansville, died Friday, ,2000 at Hospice LaGrange. was conducted at 2 p.m., July 23, 2000 in the Chapel of the Claude and Sons Funeral Home in Dr. Jimmy Brown officiated over and interment was in the Myrtle Teal was born December 30, 1918, in the late George and Deby Norris Kee. She lived in most of her life, was retired from Inc. And was a member of Highland in Hogansville. include one daughter and son-in- and Lamar Spence of LaGrange; four Lori Drake, Lisa Pike, Donna four grand- Lunas, NM, David Pike Julian Strickland, Jr., and Wilson Strickland, both of LaGrange; one brother, Norrie Kee of Macon; two sisters, Imogene Rainey of Tucker and Helen Samuels of Orlando, FL; and eleven great grandchildren. Contributions in memory of Mrs. Teal may be made to Hospice LaGrange. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. Thomas Harrison Tullis February 28, 1973 - July 23, 2000 Thomas Harrison Tuttis, 27, of Lawrenceville, died Sunday, July 23, 2000 from injuries received in an automobile accident in Gwinnet t County. The funeral service was conducted at 2 p.m., Wednesday, July 27, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home. The Reverend Ken Lord officiated and burial was at the GrantviUe Cemetery. Mr. Tullis was born February 28, 1973, in DeKalb County. He lived in Gwinnett County most of his life and was a manager at Poor Richard's Bar and Grill. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Mrs. Eleanor H. Harrison and Mr. Leonard Tullis. Survivors include his parents, Gordan and Kay Tullis of Lawrenceville; a son, Gabriel Evan Averit of Gainesville; two brothers and a sister- in-law, Robert H. Tullis and Matthew H. And Amanda Tullis, all of Lawrenceville; grandpar- ents Jesse "Buddy" Harrison of Chamblee, and Mrs. Mary M. TuUis of Snellville. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. Corinth Baptist Plans Homecoming Aug. 13 Dear Friends: You and your family are invited to attend the 31 Annual Homecoming Services of Corinth Baptist Church to be held Sunday morning, August 13, 2000. The 15th Annual Memorial Service will begin at 10 a.m. Amos Storey, Joe Banner, Marjorie Stapler. Callie Boswell and Robbie Purgason will be remembered. If you would like, you may place flowers in the Church to be recognized during the Memorial Service. Please make sure the card placed on the flowers has in whose memory the flowers are placed and who placed the flowers in the Church. We ask you to please try to have your flowers delivered to the church on Saturday, August 12 by six o'clock in the evening. After the worship service you may do with them as you wish. Any other donations including pavhlg fund donations given will also be recognized during this service. The Worship Service will follow at 10:30 o'clock. Pastor Milton Hall will be bringing the message. A singing by the Gospel Express and Kelly will start at approximately 11 a.m., a covered dish lunch will be served following the singing at approximately 12:15 p.m. We would also like to invite you to our Revival with the Rev. Carlton Rivers. Services will begin Sunday, August 13, at 6 p.m. And Monday, August 14 thru Thursday, August 17, at 7 p.m. Free Seedlings Available Want to plant a tree in Woodbury? The Georgia Forestry Commission (GFC) is now accepting tree seedling purchase applications statewide for the 2000-2001 planting season. Johnny Branan, GFC Chief of Reforestation, said, "We still have a good supply of slash and loblolly pine, and some hardwoods including dogwood and oak," he said. For further information on ordering seedlings, price listings and best species for various areas, contact your local Georgia Forestry Commission office (listed under "Forest Fire" on the inside phone book cover), dial 1 800-GA- TREES, or visit the Commission web site at www.gfc.ga.us. Sincerely Donna Ray Homecoming Director iii i 'ilmd Of A DEAD END iOB.00 CHASE STAFFING offers an excellent benefits package, Temp-To-Perm and permanent placement opportunities in Newnan and the airport area. • Machine Operators (must be mechanically inclined) • Receptionist (PT positions only) • Concrete Finishers • Electricians • Diesel Technician (excellent pay) • Purchasing Manager • Lumber Yard Manager • Injection Moulding Tech • AutoCad - 5+ yrs. exp. $22 - $25 per hr. Prestige Mortgage Company ] "Where quality services makes the difference." R Your source for home moflgage loans whether you are looking to buy m" refinance. We feature special programs for first-time b m lebuycrs and provide qmflity service at ve, low closing costs. Call us for an interest rate quote, closing cost estimate €,r a reiL nance analxsis there's no obligation! Call 1889 E. Main St., Suite B Tract Jeter 706-637-4488 Hogansville, GA 30230 Iheslic I%11LaL!c (,lllql/nl\\; is a  wOl'gld R'sidcnli,d Mo=lgage [qua] Housing [ endel and Member MBAG I II --5eymour's - Engraving Co. Highway 34 675-8558 William "Rusty" Yawn 141 Main St. LaGrange, GA 30240 Phone: 706-882-7205 Fax: 706-882-0944 637-8400 the BIG XTRA 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 117 West Main Street Hogansville, GA 3023O James R. Thrash H BUII.OERS and Residential Remodeling • Concrete Work Hester Funeral Director & Embalmer Bus: 637-8791 Home: 637-8436 RIiCl$10 p __.... N • Repels, 706-884-9292 101 SERVICE PARK LN. • ASE certified * 17 years experience * Foreign & Domestic Insurance claims wel- come • Precision frame repair * Expert paint match guaranteed * BASF refinish technology • Written warranty, Windshield replacement • Power windows & lock repair • All work guaranteed 100% Friendship .... Sunday Ruth 4:1-7 Monday Ruth 4:8-12 Tuesday Ruth 4:13-22 Wednesday 1Sam. 1:1-5 Thursday 1 Sam, 1:6-11 Friday 1Sam. 1:12-19 Saturday I Sam. 1:20-28 1999 C(m,n,urtily Feulxu'es Growing up, my childhood friend and i spent every moment of every day together. We were so close people often mistook us for sisters. We never thought a day might come when we would be separated. I remember watching her from the back window of my parent's car as we drove away from my childhood home. I cried the whole trip. I'm older now and have made new friends, but my childhood friend and I are still close. It has been more difficult to remain close with thousands of miles between us, but l make sure to take the extra effort because she is so dear to me. I thought of this as I sat in church and listened to the words of the song "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." Indeed He is a friend who is so dear. Make the extra effort. Weekly Bible Trivia Ruth was the great-grandmother of what great king of Israel? (answer found in this week's scripture reading) Williams Insurance The ltammett Building 301 Broom St. Suite I/}l 207 South tiwy 29 LaGrange. GA 30240 ttogansville, GA 3023(I Bus: 706-882-5507 Bus: 706-@37-6631 Linda l'bwler Melissa Cadwell Claude A. McKibben & Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8623 FARMERS SUPPLY .3 0 0 BACON STREET LAGRANGE, GA 30240 Zi o 11 t ttl';€ IVal n I= o w t m. ERIC REISINGER, President 706-884-3051 Hot Eats; Cool Treats Attorney at Law 307-A Hwy. 29 South Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-9953 637-4558 ’rowdcr's Auto B’oir Shop nd TowiaQ • Full Collision Repair • Paitlt Mahzhing • Insurance Claims Welcome • Frame Smightcning 24 Hour Towing Available 706-637-5277 Hogansville Pharmacy Phil Waldrop 3(30 Main Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8683 E. Main Street ansville, GA 637-9001 4 For More Information Call: LaGrange 706-884-2444 Hocjansville Religious Supplies MATTHEW Laundry C ( O@O 24 Hr. Good & Cleaners Church Supplies*Bibles*Robes*Sunday  Neighbor Service i::. School Supplies. Hymnals • Books * Tapes 14N LaFayette Sq LaGrange 205 and 209 " )1 Gifts" Cards. Plaques, Complete East Main Street  Selection Resonable Prices Hogansville, Georgia  7-N 882-0046 l 706-637-8741 ll'• -,. ..... 1 s,se u sm=um CAR • HOME. HEALTH. UFE We Sell All Types of Tires I II - II II I (706) 884-1869 HUBBARD & SPINKS i I iii i Parts - Sen,-/c 1115 E. Main St. Phone: Hoganaville, GA 30230 (706) 637-6379 BODY SHOP * GLASS SHOP • AUTO REPAIR QUALITY WORK IN RECORD TIME 1511 HAMILTON RO • p.o. BOX 1171 LAGRANGE, GEORGIA 30241 OWNER 706-884-8259 DAVID FOSTER  FJlUlJBCe 706-884-3619 MULTI-LINE IffD MAII,ING SERVICE EO. BOX 602 * i.aGrange, GA 30241 Ph(me/Fax 706-884-4297 • Inserting • Barcoded Labels • Folding • Resident & Special Mailing Labels • Collating * Label Printing/Application * Metering • 1st Class/Period- icalMStandard Mail Prep * Sealing * Post Office Delivery Alisa Matheny OwnerOperator & Grocery 375 Hwy 100 Hogansville 637-9753