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PAGE 2-B HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 2006 Union Plans Homecoming Union Baptist Church in St. Marks on Highway 100 invites-everyone to its annu- al homecoming on Sunday, Aug. 13, with Rev. Bill Deakins bringing the morn- ing message at 11 a.m. Bring a covered dish. Revival services will be held Monday through Wednesday, Aug. 14-16, nightly at 7 p.m. Rev. Marc Eichelburger from LaGrange will be guest speaker. Minister of music is Edmond Coffey of Hogansville. Rev. Bill Smith is the pastor: Don't forget to look at the new steeple, new shrubs, groundwork and paint job done at the church. The family of Henry Joel "Joey" Johnston would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to those who expressed their loving kind- ness, whether if by food, vis- its, prayers, cards, shared memories and/or flowers. They were all greatly appre- ciated. Carol, Jessica, Melissa, Douglas, Lorene, Thomas, Dee, Chuck and Josh GLENN ELLISON, JR. recently retired from San Antonio Independent School District after 16 years. Area Native EUison Retires E!:Pm San, tpnio Schools Glenn Ellison Jr a native of the Tri- County area and graduate of Ruth Carter High, recently retired from San Antonio Independent School District after 16 years. Ellison taught middle school math, spe- cial education and English as a second lan- guage. His last there years were spent as Vice Principal of Special Programs at Martin Luther King Middle School. Before becoming a teacher, he served 26 years in the United States Air Force, retir- ing in 1987. He holds advanced degrees from Webster University and the University of Texas at San Antonio. i Ellison is the oldest son of Glenn (Bill Joe) and Lizzie Mae Ellison. He andhis wife, Manuela, now live in Universal City, TX. I , :: ]: :~ ~ :.i :~ : i :.~ :i :.: :::: ::i ~ :: iii:i i ::ii: !i:?:: :i:. ::::ii~ii~ i~i:: i:: ::i i i i :::ii ~ i:~ ~i; i::i::i:.ii i:: ::i::ii ii:: i:.:::: :: i]~i:.::~::i~ ~i:.::ii~:: ~'~i: ::i::i:.~;:ii~i:.~iii:. ::i i i:: :i i:::: ::i:: ::::i i i!i ::i::iii::i:: ii] :. i~i:: i !i~i!:: :: :: ::~$~(~i:~ ~i!;~i:: ~$~:.~9~i~$~$~:~i~l We're sorry to report that Gerald Freeman of Grantville is a patient at West Georgia Medical Center. We wish him a speedy recovery. Colonel Dennis Sewell left last Tuesday for Afghanistan. His son, Sgt. Dennis Sewell, also left Tuesday for Iraq. Please pray for our soldiers. The late Willie James Sewell and Vita Sewell of Grantville are the parents and grandparents. Congratulations to Lakeisha Mone' Dean Bynum, wife of Mark Bynum of Greenville, who grad- uated from the University of West Georgia. Commencement exer- cises were held at Carrollton High School Stadium Saturday, July 29. She received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. A graduation celebration was held in honor of Lakeisha at Clinton's Country Restaurant in Greenville. Lakeisha is a gradu- ate of Greenville High School, Class of 2000. She is also the daughter of William and Deborah Robinson of Greenville and Timothy and Lisa Strozier of North Augusta, South Carolina. Good luck, Lakeisha Mone'. Happy anniversary to Shadrix and Lashonda Brown on their 1st on Aug. 6. We wish them many more. Birthday .greetings go to Carlos Jerome Brown, son of Thomas and Sandra Brown, in memory of Harold Edward Carter, Bobby Colton, Alice Dean, Clarence Dean, husband of be guest speaker. Sherry Dean, YvonneEvans, Rev. The New St. Paul CMEi Willie Ed Geter, Reginald .Church of Lone Oak would like i Johnson, Connell Johnson, toinvite everyone to its church i Jamesha Nails, Jennifer Parks, ;:fm! ly reunion on Saturday, Aug. o Annette Gibbs, Suzette Wood, :lJat 11 a.m at the church ceme- i Jarvis Reese, Michael David tery. Invitations are extended for Middleton, Jr son of Michael the annual homecoming on David (Juwarn) Middleton, Sr Sunday, Aug. 13 at 11 a.m. Pastor Janis Nails, in memory of CleavonMeavonIIIwillbebring- Dietrich Long, in memory of Roy ing the message. Revival servic- Porter, Jr Willie Pearl Rhodes, es will be held Monday through Theresa Hunter, in memory of Friday, Aug. 14-18, at 7:30 p.m Sylvester Rosser, Sr Allen, nightly. Rev. Leon Williams will- Gradey, Willie Norman Sewell be guest preacher. :: and KenyattaWard, Jr grand- Union Baptist Church in St. i son of Ricky and Sharion Marks on Highway 100 invites: Hardaway. everyone to its annual homecom- i The Greater Jehovah Baptist ing on Sunday, Aug. 13, with Rev. i Church in Grantville invites Bill Deakins bringing the morn-i everyone to its pastor's third ing message at 11 a.m. Bring a" anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 6 at covered dish. Revival services! 11 a.m with Rev. Edmond Leigh will be held Monday throughi bringing the morning message. Wednesday, Aug. 14-16, nightlyi Dinner will be served. Also, at 3 at 7 p.m. Rev. MareEichelburger p.m the anniversary will confin- from LaGrange will be guest! ue with Rev. James H. Sims, pas- speaker. Minister of music isi tor of Shiloh Baptist Church in Edmond Coffey of Hogansville.i Atlanta. Dinner will be served. Rev. Bill Smith is the pastor. Don'tii Rev. Chris McCambry is the pas- forget to look at the new steeple, i! tor. new shrubs, groundwork andi Zion Hill Missionary Baptist paint job done at the church. ! Church in Luthersvflle invitesThe Bethlehem Baptist!i everyone to its annual homecom- Church of St. Marks inviteg ing on Sunday, Aug. 6 at 11 a.m. everyone to its annual homecom- Rev. Grady Lawrence will bring ing on Sunday, Aug, 13, at 11 a.m. the message. Dinner will bePastor Willie Joe Cameron will sekved. Revival services will be be bringing the message. Dinner held Monday through Friday,will be served. Aug. 7-11, nightly at 7:30. Rev. S. Seed for thought: Life is like Dudley, pastor of Mount Sinai a paycheck - you can waste it or Baptist Church in Newnan, will put it to good use. '22 [ ? ::::: ::ii~ :~ ~; i: i:i~ ~/~::~ :: ::::::::::::::::::: ~i i i~ i i i~iii! ~i~ :~'/~i~!i~ii!~!ii~i~ii~[~~~i~! Dee Melton Massey March 22, 1964 - July 29, 2006 Member of Rehoboth Church of the Nazarene Dee MeltonMassey, 42 of the. Rocky Mount Community of Meriwether County, died Saturday, July 29 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m Tuesday, Aug. i at the graveside at Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery in Rocky Mount with Rev. James Wilson officiating. Mrs. Massey was born March 22, 1964, in Spalding County and was a resident of Pike County for a number of years. She had lived at Rocky Mount for the past two years and was a member of Rehoboth Church bf the Nazarene. Survivors include her husband, Jamie Massey of Rocky Mount; two sons, Chris Melton and Josh Melton, both of Thomaston; her father and mother, Jam~s:~ EMiilh Shi6bt of Molena; and her father-in-law and mother-in-law, James and Susan Elaine Massey of Rocky Mount. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangemeDts. Virginia Blount Taylor November 18, 1926 - July 29, 2006 Retired from National Bindery in Atlanta Virginia Blount Ta. ylor, 79 of LaGrange, died Saturday, July 29 at.West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m Monday, July 31, in the chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home. Rev. Brandon Brooks officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were P.J. Cruce, Jason Cruce, Clint Cruce, Joseph Taylor, James (Jimbo) Taylor and Tommy West. Born November 18, 1926 in Fulton County, Mrs. Taylor was the daughter of the late William Clarence Blount and the late Delia Mae Maddox Blount. She was a resident of Fulton County, most of her life and lived in Social Circle for eight years before making her home in LaGrange in 2002. She' retired from National Bindery in Atlanta mid was a member of First Baptist Church of Social Circle. Survivors include three daughters, Patsy Hogans of Social Circle, Caroline (Nana) Waldrep and Dorothy Mae Cruce, both of Hogansville; three sons, Odis F. Taylor Jr. of Sylvania, your light shine men that they may see your works and glorify your Father in " Matthew 5:16 Claude A. McKibben & Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8623 We Sell All Types of Tires HUBBARD & SPINKS Parts.Sen 1115 E. Main St. Phone: H0gansville, GA30230 (706) 637-6379 611ndustdal Rd, 0061637-6263 BANK m High Street Equal Housing Lender * Member FDIC To Place Your Advertisement in the Church Page and Sponsor your Local Churches, call 706-846-3188. Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogansville Georgia 706-637-8683 :ommunib Downtown H0gansville and Inside Ingles 637-6544 or 637-6422 Thomas Taylor of Douglasville and James W. Taylor of Monroe; two sisters, Caroline Hendrix of Fayetteville and Betty Cape of Martin; 19 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchil- dren; and two great-great grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in Beath by her husband, Otis Franklin Taylor, and a son, Robert Allen Taylor. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements: Maybelle Eason Capes May 6, 1936 - July 28, 2006 Boy Scout Volunteer for Moreland Maybelle Eason Capes, 70 of Moreland, died Friday, July 28 at her home, Funeral services w reheldat 2 p,m ; Saturday, 3:ui,29,in the chapei of the Clat de:A: MeKibbenand Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Rev. Wendell Burdette offici- ated and interment was in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Newnan. Pallbearers were Monty Eason, Mitch Eason, Joey Eason, Josh Leonard, Charlton Eason, Darrell Eason and Jimmy Eason. Born May 6, 1936 in Coweta County, Mrs. Capes was the daughter of the late Carl Monroe Eason and the late Salie Strickland Eason. She was a member of Bexton Road Baptist 'Church, served many years as a volunteer for the Boy Scouts in Moi eland, and was active in the organization and opera- tion of the Moreland Fire Station. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Edward Capes. Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Pamela and Wesley Prescott of Brunswick; one son, Charles M. Capes of Moreland; one sister and brother in-law, Ann and Eugene Cammon of Moreland; four grandchildren, John Prescott, Biliary Capes Catlett, Eric Capes and Ben McKoon. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Jodie P. Ashley September 14, 1942 - July 29, 2006 Veteran of US At'my Jodie P. Ashley, 63 of Whitesburg, died Saturday, July 29 at Tanner Medical Center in Carrollton. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m Wednesday, Aug. 2, at the graveside Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Mr. Ashley was born September 14, 1942, in Hogansvill son of the late Wilburt and Annie Elizabeth Lewis Ashley. A veteran of service in the U.S. Army, he had lived in Carroll County for 40 years, was a member of the Baptist ehure and was a retired welder. Survivors include his wife, Suzanne AshleyofWhitesburg; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Jodie Ashley II of KatispeU, Montana and Paul and Tammie Ashley of Bowdon; two ste sons, Dustin Rockett of Dallas, Texas and David TidweU lrvin, Texas; four sisters, Dorothy Braswell and JoA m Pike, both of Hogansville, Angelene Farmer of Hement, California and Wilburta Clingenpeel of Aliquippa, Pennsylvania; one brother, Fletcher Ashley of Franklin; two grandchildren, Jennifer Harris and Bradley Ashley; and a step-grandson, Joshua Levine. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home 6'f Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Charles F. Caswell ! October 27, 1940 - July 31, 2006 ". U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Charles F. Caswell, 65 of Grantville, died Monday, Jul 31 at Newnan Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 1.::1 a.m Thursday, Aug. 3, in the chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in HogansviUe. Rev. Ronnie Fuller and Rev. Johnie Nunis will officiate and interment will be ha Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Newnan. Mr. Caswell was born October 27, 1940, in Columbus, son of the late Albert Caswell and the late Louise Scarborough Caswell Franklin. A veteran of service in the U. S. Marine Corps, he had lived at Grantville for 40 years, was a mem- ber of the First Bal;tist Church of Grantville, and retired as sales manager for the LaGrange district of American General Insurance Company. He was an amateur radio operator arid enjoyed genealogy. Survivors include his wife, Glenda Caswell of Grantville; two sons, Michael Stephen Caswell of Fairfax, Va. mid Jonathan Patrick Caswell and his wife, Miwako Goya Caswell, of Newnan; two grandchildren, Jennff" er Caswell and William Caswell; brothers, Robert Caswell and Tommy Caswell, both of Opelika, Ala.; and a sister, Shirley Hughes of Heflin, Ala. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of HogansviUe is in charge of arrangements. I1' ~ flrlllDIRIIlillllBl[|li ! lillDiIIl~liHallll~ililllrlfl~m'w~'~r[ " " "