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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVIL. ~., ,ML .... S - THURSDAY, AUG. 5, 2004 i Topic: Troup/Civil War Book :~he Board of Trustees of tim Troup County Historical s~ety invites everyone to a s~ program spotlighting o~oup County unit's activ- it~iduring the Civil War. YOn Sunday, Aug. 15 at 3 p.m., John J. Fox III, the author of Red Clay to Richmond: Trail of the 35th Georgia Infantry Phegiment, CSA, will be presenting a pro- gram about his research and about this unit. Following the program John will be available for book sales and signings. The program starts at 3 p.m. at the Troup County Archives, 136 Main Street in ImGrange. James Seattle Peterson January 10, 1934 - July 30, 2004 Retired from Vulcan Materials ++ James Seattle Peterson, age 70, of Lu~ersville, died Friday, July 30 at his home. Int~ment was in Holly Hill Memorial Park in ~burn, following cremation. ~Born Jan. 10, 1934 in Robbinsville, NC, Mr::Peterson was the son of the late Charlie Ja~es Peterson and the late Leila Parker Peterson. He had lived at Luthersville for a number of years and was retired from Vulcan Materials Company in Union City. Survivors include a brother and sister-in- law, Samuel and Barbara Peterson of Luthersville. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Thomas Owen Boyles July 29, 2004 Atlanta Freight Lines Employee Thomas Owen Boyles, age 41 of Grantville, died Thursday, July 29. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 2 in the Morrow Chapel of Pope Dickson & Son Funeral Home. Dr. Warren Taylor officiated; interment followed in Sherwood Memorial Gardens in Jonesboro. Mr. Boyles was an employee of the Atlanta Fr~: ight Lines and was a Baptist by faith. Survivors include his wife, Thao Thu Lai B0yles; three children, Matthew Orion Boyles, Tammy Thao Boyles and Ford Falcon Boyles; his mother and father, Donald and Donna Townsend; two sisters, Ronna~Boyles and Cindy Boyles and a brother, Jeff Boyles. Pope Dickson & Son Funeral Home, Morrow Chapel, was in charge of arrange- ments. Ralph P. Parham February 17, 1918 - July 31, 2004 Retired Owner of The Country Store Mr. Ralph R Parham, age 86, of the Lone Oak Community, died Saturday, July 31, at of LaGrange. The funeral serv- ice was held at 4 p.m., Monday, August 2, at Allen-Lee Memorial United Methodist Church in Lone Oak. Rev. Marion Shivers and Campbell officiated and inter- ment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Terrell Parham, Michael Jessee, Donald Wise, William Johnson, Joe Lee, Mark Kitchens, and Bill Arnold. Mr. Parham was born February 17, 1918, in LaGrange, son of the late Charlie Jones Parham and the late Ira Vestula Payne Parham. An Army veteran of World War Two and the Korean War, he lived in Hogansville and Lone Oak most of his life and retired as owner of The Country Store in Lone Oak and previously was a partner in Parham Brothers Grocery in Hogansville. He was a fifty year member of Hogansville Masonic Lodge #93 and was a member of Allen-Lee Memorial United Methodist Church, where he had been active in the Methodist Men's Club. Survivors include his wife, Elizabeth Wise Parham of Lone Oak; one brother, Render T. Parham of Carrollton; and a number of nieces and nephews. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Josie Mae Smith August 9, 1933 - July 6, 2004 New Hope Baptist Church Member Josie Mae Pritchett Smith, age 70, died Tuesday, July 6. Funeral services were held at Sellers-Smith R.W.L. Memorial Chapel in Newnan on Saturday, July 10 at 3 p.m. Rev. Clifford Davis officiated. Mrs. Smith was born Aug. 9, 1933 to the late McKinley and Josiephine Pritchett. She accepted Christ at an early age and joined New Hope Baptist Church, where she served as a member of the choir. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Betty J. Smith; two sisters, Rosie L. Shell and Rosie M. Holloway; and a step-father, Edgar Strickland. Survivors include two daughters and one son-in-law, Bobble Echols and Dianne and Gregory Wilburn of Hogansvflle; one son, Billy Smith of Newnan; four sisters and two brothers-in-law, Lucille Strickland, Mattie Strickland, Eloise and Robert McGruder and Lugenia and Jessie Dukes, all of Newnan; four brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Frank Pritchett, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Pritchett; Rev. and Mrs. Johnny Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Strickland, all of Newnan; two step-sisters and a step-brother-in-law, Elnora Long of Newnan and Lunell and Robert Addison of Carrolton; ten grandchildren and 16 great- grandchildren, aunts, nieces, nephews, rela- tives and friends. Sellers-Smith R.W.L Memorial Chapel in Newnan was in charge of arrangements. Happy anniversary wish- es go to VCfllie Frank and Mar3' Lou Mckaughlin on their 61st on Aug. 7.~We wish them many more happ3,-~ears togethel: We're sorr~to report that Willie Lee Colton of Grantville is a patient at Newnan Hospital. We wish him a speedy recover3,. Birthday greetings go to Carlos Jerome Brown, son of Thomas and Sandra Brown, Bobby Colton, Alice Dean, Clarence Dean, husband of Sherry Dean, Yvonne Evans, Rev. Willie Ed Geter, Connell Johnson, Jameshia Nalls, Janis Nails, Ray Charles Porter, Michael David Middleton, J~:, son of Michael David and Juwarn Middleton, Sr., Jennifer Parks, Jarvis Reese, Marguerite Evans, in memory of Dietrich Long, and Stalin Williams, Jr. The Greater Jehovah Baptist Church of Grantville invites everyone to its annual homecoming on Sunday, Aug. 8 at 11 a.m., with pastor Christopher McCambry bringing the message. Dinner will be served. Revival services will be held Monday through Friday, Aug. 9-13, at 7:30 p.m., each evening with Rev. Felton James, pas- tor of Friendship Baptist Church in Newnan. The New St. Paul CME Church of Lone Oak would like to invite everyone to its church family reunion on Saturday, Aug. 7 at 11 a.m.. at the church cemetery. Invitations are also extended for the annual home- coming on Sunday, Aug. 8 at 11 a.m. Pastor Leon Williams will be bringing the message. Revival services will be held Monday ttwough Frida3; Aug. 9-13 at 7:30 p.m. Rex'. Frech-ick Forch, pastor of Liberty Hill AME Church in shm-psburg. The Bethlehem Baptist Church of St. Marks invites everyone to its annual home- coming on Sunday. Aug. 8 at 11 a.m. Pastor Willie J. Cameron will be bringing the message. Dinner will be ser,,ed. Cane Creek Baptist Church of Woodbury invites everyone m its annual home: coming on Sunday, Aug. ~ at 11 a.m Pastor Wallace Steed will be bringing the message. Dinner will be served. Revival services will be held Monday through Friday, Aug. 9-13 nightly at 7 p.m. Rev. Virgil Smith, pastor of Bread of Life Ministry in Senoia ~fill be speaking. The White Plains United Methodist Churchof St. Marks invites everyone to its annual homecoming on Sunday, Aug. 15 at 11 a.m., with pastor Nathale Walthall, bringing the message. Dinner will be served. Revival services will be held Monday through Friday, Aug. 16-20 nightly at 7. Monday night will be Rex,. Willie Joe Cameron, pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church of St. Marks. Tuesday will be Re~: Astin, pastor of Friendship 1879 t Main St. (I-85. Exit 201 - Nogansvllle 706-637-9001 - Open 24-Hoursl KO01 Cigarettes s24" Per Carton Marlboro Cigarettes Per Pack [~ 2 litorCOKiS ii i & Coke Products alway-~ 706-884-2444 i! 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