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THE HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 10, 2000 PAGE 5A Charles R. TaUey June 24, 1963 - August 5, 2000 ansville -- Charles R. (Chuck) Talley, 37, of Hogansville former resident of Dalton, died Saturday, August 5, 2000, Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. raemorial service was conducted at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, 5, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons lral Home in Hogansville with the Reverend Charles Chapman , ting. il alley was born June 24, 1963 in Dalton, where he lived ' T, ,,,' 0f his life before making his home in Hogansville two years le was employed as a roofing contractor. )Urvivors include his wife, Michelle Suggs Talley of sville; his mother and step-father, Susan and Jack Davis ldli_ range; his father, Charles W. Talley of Choun. ,two broth- t.ott and Jeff Talley, both of HogansviUe; two smters, ratlw 61_eY and Cynthia Talley, both of Calhoun; his maternal grand- ;-alI er, Bessie Silvers Abercrombie of Calhoun; and several s and nephews. " the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of J  lnsviUe was in charge of arrangements.   James C. Braswell t [ December 2, 1920 - August 6, 2000 I  thersville -- James C. Braswell, 79, of Luthersville, died ;!  aY, August 6, 2000, at Newnan Hospital. ,, II e funeral service was conducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday, 'rdllst 9, at the raveside in Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery in ,iOcky Mount Community of Meriwether County. The a,’rend Bryan Geter officiated , J". Braswell was born December 2, 1920, in Meriwetlaer coun- i  of the late Clarence and Clara Rowe Braswell. , [e was an Army veteran of World War II and was a lifelong ] eat of Meriwether County. [e retired from the State of Georgia after serving as the the- Perator for the Little White House in Warm Springs. arrivers include three sons, Jimmy BrasweU of Centre, AL, 5' Braswell of Luthersville, and Tony Braswell of Start, SC; Sister, Josie Wyche of Newnan; one brother and sister-in-law ld and Sally Braswell of Luthersville; sisters-in-law, Dot l!SWell of Hogansville, and LuciUe Braswell of Luthersville; ther-in-law Robert Tolbert of Villa Rica; ten grandchildren _l,!Ve great grandchildren. thl Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of ... Psville was in charge of arrangements. Mountville United Methodist Women hosted a charge-wide "Family Night" for members and friends of Mountville and Big Springs United Methodist Churches on July 29 at Roosevelt State Park in Pine Mountain. The Pike Family of MountviUes arrived early in the afternoon to enjoy the swim- ming pool and welcome every- one. Calvin Pike serves as chair- man of the Mountville UMC's Administrative Council; Leslie Pike is vice president of the Mountville UMW; and their son, Mason, is a member of the Beginners Class. George and Clara Andrews, longtime Mountville UMC and UMW leaders, reserved the pavillion for the covered dish dinner. Alma Wood of Mountville, and Jackie Jones of Big Springs assisted the Andrews in hosting the event. Guests included: David Barrett of Hogansville, a grad- uate of Callaway High School; and John Linn, a resident of "Leisure Living of LaGrange." (Mr. Linn is the father of Mrs. Terrell Jones.) Members enjoying the evening of fellowship, fun and food were: Dr. Otis J. Abernathy; George and Clara Andrews; Dr. Ric and Angela Chambers, Jacqueline Chambers, Richard Chambers; Jim and Kay Humphries, Betsy Humphries; Terrell and Jackie Jones; Samantha Jones; Calvin and Leslie Pike, Mason Pike; Ferren and Mae Towns; Thomas and Alma Wood. Angela Chambers reported on the Methodist Youth Fellowship's participation in "Go Sleepless Fundraiser for Aids Orphans and Street Children." The all night event was held in the Mountville Fellowship Hall on Friday, July 28th. Dr. and Mrs. Ric Chambers are leaders of the Mountville MYF. She said plans to keep all the youth awake during the night included: fun, fellowship, games, singing of praise songs, personal witness during the spiritual retreat, and "Mysterious Ways" Band per- forming contemporary Christian music. Ben Hosey is band director. The MYF has raised more than $300 from this event to assist orphans and street chil- dren with aids. Mountville United Methodist Women announced the next meeting will be held, Monday, August 14, with Kay Humphries as program chair- man and hostess. He who gave some to be apos- tles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers, to pre- pare God's people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attain- ing to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ." (Ephesians 4:11-13 NIV). The spiritual family of God, called the church, offers a fel- lowship based on teachings from God's Word. Christ teach- es each member to be a part by loving one another, guarding the oneness of spirit, exercising our spiritual gifts, and growing C.Y.M. For children and youth meets every Wednesday from 6:30- 8 p.m. For an evening of recreation and Bible lessons. "Is there a place I can feel completely accepted and at home?" This need to belong is basic to all human beings. God designed the church to be that place. But, a building is not what he meant by the church. His church is the people that make- up a unified community of believers. A place where mem- bers love and accept one anoth- er; and everyone contributes to the church's spiritual growth in love. Paul describes this as the place where all believers can use the spiritual gifts Christ gives to each believer. "It was toward Christlikeness. Our community fifth Sunday song service is a wonderful example of different "churches" coming together to praise the Lord and fellowship with one another as the family of God, His one church. Join us on Sunday, August 13, to study a lesson "A • Place to Belong." Our WMU Circle meets on Tuesday, August 15, at 7 p.m. And invites women of all ages to join this group where they can belong. The "Happy 60's Club" is another place to belong for Christian fellowship. Join us for a covered dish supper, fun, and games on Thursday, August 17, at 6:30 p.m. 00reat Bargains: Pages 6, 7 SERVlCEIN NEWNAN CAN OFFER YOU! * Mold Technician * Asst. 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