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HOGANSVILLE DEATHS Mrs. Layvon Crews August I4, 1936 - August 6, 2002 Mrs. Iayvon Hill Crews, 65, of Itogansville, died August 6 at Hospice I,a(;range. The funeral service was conducted Angust 9 in the Chapel of the Chmde A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The lvcretd 1)arrian J. Coker officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill ('ellceFy ill ttogansville. Pdlbearers were Butch Sistrunk, IQgezw Keith, Howard Imwe, Villiam K,:an>, Earl Coker and Jerry Fhreadgill. Mrs. Crews was born August 14, lO,::;6, daughter of the late Alfred and Eddie Lee Ragsdale Hill and was a life- lo a resident of Hogansville. Survivms include her husband, Render Crews of Hogansvitle; one daughter, Kyra Crews of Hogansville; o, son, (;ary G. Pike of Joshua, Texas: flu; }wflwrs, Parnell Hill and Ronald 1ii[ }*th of t togansville, Wendell Hill ,I l.a(;range, and John Hill of Arlington, 'Ibxas: and four grandchil- dcclL Kadell May of Hogansville, Gary t }usHn Pike, 1)estiny Darlene Pike and t)al[on 1)wayne Pike, all of Joshua, lexas. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons lq,qaeral th}me of Hogansville was in chm'ge of arrangements. Mrs. Essie Finch Alur,:fz 30, 1913 - August 9, 2002 5hs. Essie Hyatt Finch, 89, of ! hgansviJle, died August 9at her home. I ie funeral service was conducted tlgtlM 10 ill the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in ttogansville. Dr Jimmy Brown offi- ciated and interment was in Myrtle ttill Cemetery in Hogansville. l'al!bearers were Norman Smith, Sammy Hubbard, Charles Prather, \\;V.E. Carter, Ralph Gaddy and H.C. Brock. Mrs. Fmch was born March 30,1913 in tteard County, daughter of the late levi ()scar ttyatt and the late Martha Neighbors ttyatt. She had lived in t hgan sville since 1930 and was retired from Uniroyal, Inc. She was a mem- bet of Highland Baptist Church in Hogansville and was the wife of the late Walter Richard (Dick) Finch. Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Henrietta and Jimmy Freeman of Hogansville; two grand- sons and their wives, Richard and Terri Freeman and Tim and Kelly Freeman, all of ttogansville; and fie great- grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral ttome of Hogans itle was in clmrge of arrangements. Mrs. Lurline Hunt danuaD, 12, 1919- Angust 6, 2002 Mrs. Lurline Dollar Hmlt, 83, of ttogansvilte, died August 6 at West Georgia Medical Center in I.aGrange. The funeral service was conducted August 8 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansx ille. The Reverend Jesse Sims and the Reverend Randall Hedge officiated and interment was in My;tie ttill Cemetery in Hogansvflte. Pallbearers were 1)avid Joy, Steve Hunt. Terry Itunt, Bobby Taylor. Jimmy tlunt and Matt (,addy. Mrs. thmt was born January 12, 1919 in Meriwether County, daughter of the late Jess and Allie Mobley l)ollar. She was a lifehmg resident of the Hogansville area, was a member of Corinth Baptist Church. and was the wife of the late lbmmy" E Hunt. Survivors include six daughters and their husbands, Frances Wood of LaGrange, Joyce and Russell Willingham, Nancy Copeland, tAnda Scott, Debra and Jerry Gaddy, all of Hogansville, and Peggy Powell of Franklin; three sons and their ',i\\; es, Wayne and Ann Hunt, Ray and 1)lane Hunt, and Jimmy and Janet Hunt, all of Hogansville; two sistet, Tiny Healh of Itogansville and Evelyn Diem of Forest Park; one brothen Jack 1)ollar of Itogansville: 22 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchild;'en. She was preced- ed in death by daughters, Ruby Gay and Sheila Taylor and sons, Hoyd ttunl and Jerry Hunt. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral ttome of Hogansville was m charge of arrangements. By Frances Robinson LET'S SING - The Southern Vision Quartet of Fortson (Top Photo) performed during the homecoming service at the Connth Baptist Church Sunday. Members of the group are (L-R) Todd Ward, Paige Pirkle, Faye Davis and Truett Pirkte. The singing was great along with the preaching, beautiful flowers in mem- ory of loved ones and the tables were full of delicious food. Bottom Photo: A large crowd was on hand at the annual home- coming. Pictured are Pastor Milton Hall (R) with the oldest member present, Robert Stapler (L) and youngest member present, Tyler Morris. 1st Baptist WMU En Get-To By PATTI PHILLIPS The General WMU of tl Hogansville First Church met there night, Aug. 7 followin fly night covered-dish su In attendance were Garrett, Lillian Howell, Evel Spivey, Helen Stephens, Phillips, Mavis Phillips Belle Willis. Mrs. Garrett had prayer requests and the ing prayer. Mrs. Stephens were no minutes, as there no July meeting. Mrs. Garrett gave the surer's report. She stated five our WMU are going to and WMU training August 8 a.m. - 12 noon: Maxis Garrett, Fletcher A continental breakfast will served. The ladies 4.11 work on project of making bears the Betty Carpenter meeting August 12. General WMU Mavis Garrett, Lillian and Helen Stephens were elected as director and tively. Patti Phillips ed program chairman. The program Jones, "Woman's Passion presented by IAllian Howell. She read today's of Galatians 6:1-6 read sionaries' ice of missionaries with day today. Helen Stel: ing prayer and prayed Loretta Jones and her work missionaries with birthdays. Time To Make A Change 1103 Highway 34 675-8558 637-6621 arnpl00s 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 BODY SHOP , GLASS SHOP . AUTO REPAIR QUALITY WORK IN RECORD TIME 637-8400 'lYy the BIG K'TRA 17 Le senqce what we sell' H & H Builders * ('ommercial and Residential Remodeling Concrete Work Terry, Hester 706-884-2724 OCHEVRON 189 E, Main Street Hogansville, GA (706) 637-9001 e. If you have a little land and a big dream.., let's build.., together. For More Information Call: LaGrange 706-884-2444 i c eas l lnl, P ace Sabiec 0 M rlgage ppn aI ";,fl511 HAMILTON RD. PO BOX 1171 , LGRANGE GEORGIA30241 706-884 8259 l',,DFOSlER We Finance 706-884-36!9 S& Grocery 375 Hwy 100 Hogansville 637-9753 MULTI-LINE LTD MAILING SERVICE P.O. BOX 602 IaGrange, GA 30241 Phone/Fax 706S84-4297 Inserting Barcoded Labels Folding Resident & Special Mailing Labels Collating Label Printing/Application Metenng 1st Clas,.w'Period- icals/Standard Mail Prep Sealing Post Office Delivery Alisa Matheny OwnerOperator We Sell All Types of Tires I II IIIIII Ill -- HUBBARD & SPINKS Parts - Service 1115 E. Main St, Phone: Hogansville, GA 30230 (7} 637-6,379 ,' Can you haxe loy uthout happiness? A i_ person once sad, "Happiness is based on what happens to ns. Joy brings inner assurance and calm that radiates from God." A . scn of ioy is not ..... something you ca produce a through f'lino_ one xa or the other. Feelings arc not necessanlv based on truth : ii; lm does not need matenal gfis, flatten or circumstances to S/IF D. c Jo COllieS "JlCll 'o,c [cat-n to be content m all thm,_,. Sunday Gen. 5:1-9 Weekly Bible Trivia How did God destroy man in the days of Moses ? tsnswer fount tn ths k s $cnoture t#t) Monday Tuesday Wed. Thurs. Friday Saturday Gen. Gen. Gen. Gen. Gen. Gen. 5:10-15 5:16-21 5:22-32 6:1-9 6:10-16 6:17-22 Hummingbird Station #1 BBfetR00l00 1879 East Main St. HOGANSVILLE 63%9001  * HOGANSVILLE'S* "" - ROGER'S Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hogansville. Georgia -85 Exit 28. 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