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THE HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 2000 PAGE 7A r. Evan W. Molyneaux, 92, of ville, GA died Sunday, July 30, 2000 fest Georgia Medical Center in ers be omitted. Contributions in memory 2 p.m. On Tuesday, August 1, 2000 in the ter. of Dr. Molyneaux may be made to the Troup ChapeloftheClaudeA.McKibbenandSons AUGUST 18 -- 6 p.m. There County Unit of the American Cancer Funeral Home in Hogansville. will be a fish supper and Bingo Dr. Jimmy Brown officiated and inter- night. Food plates are $6.00 and nel lage, GA. .art le memorial service will be conduct- ou  11:30 a.m., Thursday, August 3, at ass• Zer Presbyterian Church in blV asville. Dr. Don Jolly, the Reverend ar’  Jackson, and Mr. Mike Johnson will te. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. was born November 11, 1 Hills Grove, Penn., son of the late pearl Ingersoll Molyneaux. He Houghton College and of Buffalo Medical School. in the Army Medical Corps dur- War II and received a Bronze 1D.r his service in maintaining a field lkl following the Normandy invasion. lloup county physician for over fifty m Dr. Molyneaux had lived in l[!aville and LaGrange-since 1946. He aember of the Troup County Medical mt, the Georgia Medical Association, L/rVed as medical director for the Brian t lfrand the Royal Elaine Nursing Homes &apos;llrange for many years. In 1998, he :lmed Physician of the Year by the <'Itolder Clinic in LaGrange in recog- ::ii..of his many years of service to the .... :: lty. olyneaux was a member and Elder nezer Presbyterian Church in llville, was former member and Elder Church of LaGrange, a former member of the ville and LaGrange Kiwanis Clubs. a member of the American Legion a long time volunteer for the Troup ll Unit of the American Cancer lilY. Along with his family, he estab' mland operated Flat Creek Ranch in • ville d • " Ivors include three daughters: Mrs. l"ae Bledsoe and Mrs. Joan Keegan, t0f Hogan. sville .and Dr. Miki Jackson 't eea}:!:HV°goAa?:svkelpeo;i!' y.,:i!h:e:r: Society. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville is in charge of arrangements. Walter Eugene Kull September 15, 1922 - July 29, 2000 Walter Eugene Kull, age 77, of Hogansville, died Saturday, July 29, 2000 at Newnan Hospital. The funeral service was conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday, August 1, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville. Minister Wendell Baggett and the Reverand Wesley Boatman officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville, with full military honors. Mr. Kull was born on September 15,1922 in Morgan County, Alabama, and lived in Decatur before making his home in Hogansville in 1988. He was a Navy veter- an of World War II and received the Navy and Marine Medal for heroism in the Bay of Algiers in 1943. He was a member of E.A. Minor Masonic Lodge #603 in DeKalb County, was a retired welder, and was a member of East Point Christian Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ida Mae Hay KUll of Hogansville; three daughters: Mrs. Pamela K. Hay of Hogansville, Mrs. Priscilla Moseley of Lilburn and Mrs. Cynthia K. Martin-Mink of Jefferson; two sons, George E. Kull of Acworth and Kenneth C. Kull of Canton; his mother, Mrs. Mattie L. Kull of East Point; one brother, Louis C. Kull of Conyers; twelve grand- children and nine great-grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Agnes Burke Brawner June 15, 1916 - July 29, 2000 Agnes Burke Brawner, age 84, of ment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Mrs. Brawner was born June 15, 1916, in LaGrange, daughter of the late William Thomas Tucker and the late Rflla Hall Tucker. She lived in Hogansville most of her life, was a member of Highland Baptist Church in Hogansville, and was a former member of the American Legion Auxiliary in Hogansville. She retired from Uniroyal, Inc., after more than forty years of service. Survivors include one son, James Burke of Suwanee; one grandson, James Burke, Jr. Of Grovetown, Maryland; two great grandchildren, Julia Burke and Joel Burke; both of Grovetown; and a number of nieces and nephews. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Claude L. Lee, Jr. July 30, 2000 Claude L. Lee, Jr., age 68, of Thomaston, died Sunday, July 30, 2000 at Riverside Nursing Care Center in Thomaston. The funeral service was conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday, August 1, 2000 at the Clarks Chapel Baptist Church in Thomaston. The Reverend Bob Howard and the Rev. Dean Hemphill officiated and inter- ment was in Southview Cemetery in Thomaston. Mr. Lee was a member of Clarks Chapel Baptist Church. Survivors include two brothers, Charles E. Lee of Hogansville, and John E. Lee of Macon; and two sisters, Mrs. Brenda English and Mrs. Annie Ruth Howard, both of Thomaston. Coggins Funeral Home of Thomaston was in charge of arrangements. takeout is available. SEPTEMBER 12 -- There will be a health fair at the cen- ter sponsored by Coleman Wellness Center and West Georgia Medical Center. Mammograms will be given to those choosing to have one. The public is invited. Week events At the Senior Center, cro- cheting and knitting classes are given every Tuesday at 9 a.m. And quilting takes place on Tuesday and Thursday morn- ing. On Tuesday, August 1, the seniors began painting pocket- books, but a later class will be scheduled for those who missed this one. A class on making jackets from sweat shirts, taught by Willa Heim, is planned for the The family of Mr. Otis Williamson would like to express their sincere appreci- ation to their friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness during the illness and death of our loved one. A special thanks to McKibben Funeral Home per- sonnel and Rev. Jimmy Brown for their dedication. For each prayer, visit, card and food we are grateful. CHASE STAFFING offers an excellent benefits package, Temp-To-Perm and permanent placement opportunities in Newnan and the airport area. • Injection Moulding Tech • Purchasing Manager • Receptionist • Welders (6 month 1 yr.exp, required) • Machine Operators (1 1/2 yrs. experience) • Drivers • Drivers w/CDL • Crane Operators • Auto CAD Operators • Customer Service Reps • Batch/Mixer Operator ($12-15 per hr.) • Sewer/Knitter • Mechanic • Trowel Operators • General Labor € ]lr'im00 To o% o zvzalce --Seymour's- k 00ttge Engraving Co. I 103 Highway 34 ..,. s,. 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Does the load get so heavy that even the strongest of us pack mules can't get up the slightest hill? God's arms are strong and His back is broad. He waits to take your burdens. "Come unto me, all who are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest." Matt. 11:28 Weekly Bible Trivia Who w the flr#t mrtyr of the Christian church ? (nswer found In 1 week' $orlpture re#cling) Sunday "Acts 7:1-15 Monday Acts 7:16-28 Tuesday Acts 7:29-42 Wednesday Acts 7:43-50 Thursday Acts 7:51-60 Friday Acts 8:1-4 Saturday Acts 8:6-12 E O1999 Cc'nmmuty Feaics Williams Insurance ']]'WIL,SS C(ES. wsLINES OF INSU? NCE The Hammett Building 301 Broom St. Suite 101 LaGrange, GA 30240 Bus: 706-882-5567 Linda Fowler Claude A. 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