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HOGANSVILLE DEATHS Watch for School Buses! + i Jamaica "Needs Bibles" Few people are aware that there is a need for Bibles n Jamaica. There are some folks there that are crying out for God&apos;s word. The "Lord's Place,' Thrift Store in Grantvitle, Ga. is answering the call. We are going to be sending Bibles and school supplies to Jarnaica. Will you help us? Your donation of $5 (five dollars) sends a nice presentation Bible to someone in Jamaica. (We will put your name in each Bible that you send if you +vould like us to do so. Please let us know when you made your donation.) This is prob- ably the best five dollars that you will ever spend. Only God knows how many lives will be changed because you cared. Ten dol- lars will help send school sup- plies to Jamaica also. We have missionaries in Jamaica that are ready to distnbute the materials, which we send. You may donate at the thdft store or by mail. Please make all checks payable to Missions - Bibles to Jamaica+ Specify if you want your donation to go for Bibles or school supplies or both. May God continue to bless you is our prayer. "Until Jesus Comes Again" G do' s Servant y Smith The Lord's Place" Thrift Store P.O. Box 533 Grantville, GA 30220 Rev. Walter Coddington danualw 8, 1920 -./My 27, 2002 The Reverend Walter H. Coddington, 76, of Sylvester, and a former pastor of Ebenezer Presbyterian Church in Hogansville, died July 27th at S h'ester Health Care. The funeral service was conducted July 291h at the graveside in Hillcrest Cemeter h: S heswr, l)r. Tom Jacobs and Dr. Paul Luthman officialed. Rev. Coddington was born ,kmuary 8. 1926 in Rochester, New York, son of the late ctmton and Pauline Heath Coddington. A resident of Sylvester since 1991, he retired from the U.S. Air Force as a Chief Master Sergeant and was a graduate of Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur. tie was also a retired th'esbyterian minister and served as pastor of Ebenezer Ih'esbyterian Church in Hogansville from 1967 until 1970. He was a member of the Flint River t'resbytery. Survivors include his wife, ?,hs. Fleta Riddle Coddington of Sylvester; one daughter; Mrs. Bethne Amshoff of Littleton, Colo.; two sons and daughters in- law, John and Christy Coddington of Winder and Jeff and Beverly Coddington of Cumming; a stepdaughter, Miss Beth Riddle of Sylvester; and a grandchild, Garrett Coddington of Windm: Banks Funeral Home of Syh ester was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Pauline Bo,anan December 15, 1930 - August 2, 2002 Mrs. Pauline Gaddy Bowman, 71, of LaGrange and a former resident of Hogansville, died August 2 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The funeral serv- ice was conducted August 5th m the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend James Moon officiated and interment was in MjTtle Hill Cemetery m Hogansville. Pallbearers were Mike Alsabrook. Terry Stallings, Matt Gaddy, Larry Gad@+ Ron Bowman and Mike Scantlin.. Mrs. Bowman was born I)eccmber 15.1930 in Coweta County, daughter of the late George and Minnie Winslett Gaddy. She lived m 'loup County most of her life, was retired from Uniroyal, Inc. in Hogansville, and was the wife of the late Curtis H. Bowman. She was a member of Friendship Baptist Church in I aGrange. Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law. Ricky and Kim Long of Franklin and Keith and Janice Long of Hogansville: two sisters, Mrs. Annette Oakes and Mrs. Jennelle Holmes, both of IaGrange; three grandchildren, Mrs. Jaffnie I)eFriese ofl_aGrange, Mrs. Keri Barrett of Newnan and Jeff i xmg of Hogansville: and three great-grandchildvun. Jacee Long of Hogansville, Justin Long and ltunter Bradley, both of Newnan. She was preceded in death by a son, Timothy Long. The Claude A. McKibben and ,'q;t:: Vum ral H(,,me of Hogansville was in charge o arr:mgc::mq:+ < ">,. Ms. P4atricia Jones Septcmbor o, ::,', + gg;g';: 4, 2(02 Ms. PatricmCartev,hu::> , +,f h,ai:svi!le, died AugusI 4that \\;Vest (; +:V:: Mu:  +: t'c: el" h: l ,a(;vange. The funeral se:'v:ce x ::, c ;:duc:cd .\\;: :_:ust 6:h in the Chapel of the Claude V .McKibben and Suns Funeral Home in Hogansx illc. The Reveret:d I.eonard Hodge officiated and intern:era ; as it: I :i!t ie: East ( emetery in l_aGrange. Pallbearers were Steven Monroe, t'hlltip Breednmn, Larry Butler, Ken Mct,lenney, Mike Cook and Jeff Duff ca. Born September 6, 1958 lit Jackso:: ilia, Fla. hls. Jones had lived in Troup County for the past ten years and was employed as a supervisor t',t P:'ofessioqal Facilities Management. Inc. Survivors include a special friend. '['racie Clark of ttogansville: one daughter. F;lizabe:b ,/one.,, of Birmingham, A!a.: one son. Joshua Jones, also of Birmingham; her mother, Mar?* ('arter of Palmetto: one sistm: Theresa Cox of Newnan: and tv.o hrothers, Terry Carter of Newnan aud "Ibny C::rter o1 R:\\; etdaie. The Claude A. McKibben and Suit> Funeral Home of Hogansville was in chax'e of uYra: get,tents Mrs, Elizabeth 1)ufrene February 24, /v j--,.:+2nst 4.2<02 Mrs. Elizabeth Hamtin I)uI%'ene, 65, ot LaGrange, died August 4th at West (;eorgia Medical Center in Ia.Grange. The funeral ser\\;i,:u was conducted August 6th in the Chel of the Cta::d,: + A. McKibbet: and Sons Funeral Home in lJ:>::ms',ile ]he Reverend R.C. Prescott officiated and i::tcr:::ea: was :n Sha,.lowlawn Cemetery in Im(;ran,e+ Mrs. lluFrene 'a,' b,ru -t:[::'tlar) + 24 193- in Troup County, daughter of the/ate +)t,i and Veila Henderson Hamlin. She was a lif,,:!+)::g resident ot lroup Count?,, was a member of the Baptist church, and was retired from Milliken and Company in I.aGrange. Survivors include her husband. Evans t)uF'rene of LaGrange: two daughters. Mrs Brenda Weber of Winter Haven, Fla. and )drs. Tina Cantre} of West Point: two sons, Robert ?,dams of Pine 7,h)untain and Ernest DuFrene of I,aGrange; one sister. Mrs. Ella Mac Pittman of Hogansville; fixe brothers, l-;ddie I+ee Hamtin of Chatsworth. Clifford Han:IJ:: and ]:+i,i:,, }!a:niit:. both of Franklin, Jimmy Ilan:li: of I,a(iva: ge and Frank Hamlin of Milledgeville: 16 grandchildren: and four great-grandchildre:: She wa, p+'eceicdindeathbya son, Jimmy Adams. +1 The Claude A. Mct-,ibbcn a::,d Sons t:unerat Home of Hogansville was in ci:argc t a:'rangements. NO RESPECT - Pictured above is the "Rock Alter" behind the Bethel Chapel Baptist Church on Handiey Street in LaGrange. Each Sunday morning, the pastor. Bryan Geter. and several mem- bers go to this alter to. pray for the upcoming serv:ces. Sunday afternoon on returning for evening services, the alter had been vandalized. Pastor Geter said this isn't the first time this has been done. Small kids from across the street in the project who don't knoW the importance of the alter did this, Geter said. With tears in his eyes, he told his congregation to pray for these to be saved. 'Backyard' Meetings Offer Gardening Help For Area Residents Who to believe? For every gar- dening question there can be a num- ber of answers. At times, some an,swers seem to have differing rec- ommendations. The Georgia Center for Urban Agriculture and the Cooperative Kxtension Ser\\; ice of The University of Georgia College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences provide unbiased, research-based recominendations. Wayne Gardener of the Georgia Center for Urban Agriculture will speak to the Backyard Association about Best Management Practices (BMP's) for Georgia homeowners to use in their gardens. The Backyard Association, sponsored by Coweta County Extension Service, is open to the public and meets at 7 p.m. the sec- ond Tuesday evening of each month except December. Reservations are required and admission is free. The sessions are held at the Coweta County Extension service, 21 East Washington Street in Newnan. For information, contact 770-254-2620. Mmr Weekh, Biale Verses nme To Make A Change 1103 Highway 34 675-8558 601) msem 637-6621 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 Humming ] Station #t. Built.Inside .+ 1879 East Main St. HO6ANSVILLE 637-9001 mples Wt00:oket + E$ +,, .... - i 8 tVIC( Ciaude A. 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God sees our hearts and knovs the motivation behind our action: Check .ourset Remember that He not only sees your actions, but He knows why you do what you do. Hot Eats, Cool Treats 30:-A Hwy. 29 South Hogansvflle, Georgia 706-637-9953 Crowder's Auto Repair Shop and "lowing Full Collision Repair * Paint Matching Insurance ('Dims Welcome " Fl'llmc Stl'{lighlC ling 24 Hour Towing Available 706-637-5277 ,CHEVRON e MITI-LINELTD Religious Supplies -,.2 VAN"S HARDWARE EO. BOX 602 IaGrange, CA 30241 + ' Cu:rtb Ctian ookztor 189_ .,,E' Main Street n, 706-884-4297 Church Supplies Bibles Rob< s 5u,,daY &  ogansvllle, GA , imrll.  Labels. F" School Supplies. ttymnais Book>. It+pc> Resldent & Spatial Mailing Labels Gifts "Cards " Plaques "(nq@'c 611RIt Collating  Printir * lection Resonable Prices (706) 637-9001 ....,.,=c=,- k.r'ad Maa Prep Sealing ,o= o,=.= o.,. 706"#2-6#7-'J Hogansldiie . 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