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HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2003 rAt,, a- Thelma Trussell Church Leader Thelma Nancy Trussell, 84, devoted daughter, lov- precious aunt, great-aunt, died Friday, August 8, 2003, Medical Center in service was conduct- Monday, August 11, Myrtle Hill Cemetery in with the Reverend Linnell and the Reverend Crenshaw officiating. 1919 in Alexander , Alabama, Miss Trussell was the of the late Thomas Parvin Ida Colvard TrusseU. She family to Hogansville she resided until her School and was educated at Harris College. For most of she was office and for West Georgia and Timber Company in For a time she was at Concrete Products in LaGrange, but was lured to utilize her expertise in the business as office manager t biversified Forest Services in retiring in 1987. was a devoted member of St. United Methodist Church in where she held numer- and taught Sunday School She was a past pres- the Hogansville Pilot Club, Served as volunteer at West Medical Center. her parents, she was death by a brother, Ralph of Miami, FL, and sisters, Trussell Smith of LaGrange and Trussell McCarty of Anderson, include two nephews, Jr. of Jacksonville of Miami, FL; nieces, Mary Louise Smith and Suellen Smith Kinsley, Susan McCarty Lamb Indiana, Rebecca Weatherford and Donna Smith, both of Anderson, numerous great nieces and and several great great nephews. Her abundant love and devotion for family overflowed to take in many friends and their children - all of whom she claimed as her own - and all of whom cherished their "Aunt Thelma". All who knew her were blessed by her independent spirit, her infectious zest for life, her capacity for love and service to others. Memorial contributions may be made to St. James United Methodist Church in Hogansville. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Geneva Gable Evans Hospital Staffer, Great Grandmother Mrs. Geneva Gable Evans, 68, of Moreland, died Wednesday, August 6, 2003, at Newnan Hospital East. The funeral service was conduct- ed at two p.m., Saturday, August 9, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Dan Thrower and the Reverend Lindsey Maxwell officiated and interment was in Southview Cemetery in Moreland. Mrs. Evans was born January 10, 1935, in LaGrange, daughter of the late Vershaw and Edna Austin Boyd. A resident of Coweta County most of her life, she retired from Peachtree Regional Hospital in Newnan and was a member of Enon Grove Community Church at Franklin. Survivors include her husband, Jessie H. Evans; one daughter and son-in-law, Edna and Donald Sherburn; two sons and daughters-in- law, Lewis and Robin Gable, all of Moreland and Tony and Janet Gable of Carrollton; three step daughters and step-sons-in-law, Helen and Mack Waits and Patricia and Tony Johnson, all of Heflin, AL, and Darlene and Gene Kee of Whitesburg; one step son and step-daughter-in-law, David and Margaret Evens of Fruithurst, AL, three sisters, Imogene Brand, Shirley Clive, and Mary .Carter; five broth- ers, Charles Boyd, Randall Boyd, Randall Boyd, Robert Lee Boyd, Michael Boyd, and Jerry Boyd; 19 grandchildren and 17 great-grand- children. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. :i HAPPY DAY- Bingo buddies celebrating birthdays and anniversaries in July were Christine Bell, Ann Nettle Rowe, uih Richardson and Pete Maxwell. DAR Chapter Meets Saturday The General Daniel Newnan Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, will meet at 9:30 a.m., August 16, at St Paul's Episcopal Church, Newnan. Mrs. Phyllis Tanner, State Chairman, DAR schools, will be our featured speak- er. Her topic is DAR Schools, their origi- nal mission and how this has changed to meet the needs of the children in each area. VisitorS are always welcome. For infor- mation contact Jeannine Jackson, Membership Chairman, 770-253-6517. Evangelists/Ventriloquists Coming Soon The Hogansville First Baptist Church is in prayerful Revival Preparation of the upcoming serv- ices with Dr. Keith Fordham, Evangelist and Ventriloquist with his dummy, Pal "Homer," His wife Shirley, also a Ventriloquist will be there with her dummy, Pal "Joy." Both will be speaking in spe- cial services to Youth on Monday and Children on Tuesday nights. Services are Sunday, August 17, 11 A.M. and Sunday-Wednesday nights at 7 P.M. Sunday is High Attendance Day in S.S. and spe- cial emphasis will be all week with Sunday night-S.S. Class Emphasis; Monday-Youth night (a Meal served to them at 6 P.M.); Tuesday- Children's night (a Meal served to them at 6 P.M.); and Wednesday- Family night. After the Wednesday night service, we will meet in the church fellowship hall for an old fash- ioned refres.hment/ice cream din- ner. There will also be a sharing time with Dr. & Mrs. Fordham. Revival preparation includes cottage prayer meetings at vari- ous homes, whichbegan Thursday night, August 7 with Rev. Harold and Belle Willis at the church pas- to rium; at homes of Huell and Marguerite Stephens on Friday, August 8; Joe Travis and Evelyn Spivey on Monday, August 11; Carl and Etta Bennett on Tuesday, August 12; Family night supper and prayertime Wednesday, August 13 at church. Also, Prayer meetings will con- clude Thursday, August 14 and Friday, August 15 at the homes of Bill and Ellen Davis and Bill and Joycie Brown, respectively. ] Lii!:i::i#iii;i: ili!41 :::ii!ii::g!::ii :: :: :: ii::::: : i:.!::!:ii!!iii :::. :::.; :. ! !ii :;ii ::.i!ilil;ii::i:i! ;iiii iJii i ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..-: .. ,.., "::: "i::: :: :.::! i ii:iii:::.i:::: iii!ii:::.i:ii::':: :'::::f :':' i"':i:i '::ii:.!/:?:i:ii::ii:.ii: :::::::::::ii::i!ii!i(::'::i::T!::"i::f i!i:i":i:"".. ........ ::i " i ..... i::: : ' :': ...........  .......... i! "!!4::v " " "  : " : I ! ............................................. ....................................... I "O God, give us the courage to accept with serenity the things we cannot change. Give us the courage to change the things that should be changed and give us the wisdom to distinguish the one from the other." Happy Anniversary goes out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Denise) Kemp on their 3rd on August 12; Mr. and Mrs. Rickey (Sharion) Hardaway on their 23rd on August 15; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel (Catherine) McLaughlin on their 33rd on August 15; and Mr. and Mrs. George (Carla) Sumerlin on their 12th on August 17. We wish them many, many more! Birthday greetings go out to: Mrs. Beverly E Balls, Ms. Lillian Pearl Burston, Mr. Reginald Lamar Culpepper, Sr., Mr. Enrico Dean, Shenita Dean, Mr. Frederick Derring, Mr. Reginald Gerald Elder, Mr. Carlton Ellis, Courtney Ellison, Mrs. Adelle Freeman, Mrs. Bessie Glanton, Mrs. Wendy F. Grier, Ms. Keyonia Harvey, Mrs. Hattie Hines, Gebranda Judica Jackson, grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie James (Charlie Mae) Jackson, Mr. Lester Jackson, Mrs. Grace Mitchell, sister of Mrs. Myrtice Daniel, Rev. Charlie Glanton, Christie Matthews, Granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall (Frances) Matthews, Nathaniel Dewan Murrah, Mr. Willie Lindsey Portress, Mrs. Josephine Rosser, Mr. Jerome Sewell, Annelise Stiles, grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland (Betty) Bedgood, Mark Talley, Mr. Billy Tucker, Mrs. Calystia W. Shields. And Ms. Raycine Tucker. Remember Mr. Sylvester Rosser, Sr. in your prayers. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks, invites everyone to their annual homecoming on Sunday, August 17 at 11 a.m. Dinner will be served. Revival services well be held Monday through Friday August 18-22 at 7:30 p.m. each evening with guest preacher, Rev. Moses Woodruff, pastor of Newnan Chapel United Methodist Church. - Grading -u (700 582-2316 E0. 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