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PAGE 2 - HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - SEPTEMBER 2, 1999 Young Allen Hogansville - Mr. Young Allen, 85, of Hogansville, died Tuesday, August 24,1999 at Twin Fountains Nursing Home in LaGrange. The funeral service was con- ducted at 2 p.m., Thursday, August 26, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Jimmy Chapman and the Reverend Wesley Boatman officiated and inter- ment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Grandsons served as pall- bearers. Mr. Allen was born July 3, 1914, in Meriwether County, son of the late Gideon and Mary Jane Morris Allen. He lived at Hogansville most of his life and was a retired merchant. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Bobbie Wright and Mrs. Shirley Wright, both of Hogansvflle, and Mrs. June Lawrence of Manchester; one step-son, Bobby Lee Cole of Tulsa, Oklahoma; twelve grand- children; and a number of great- grandchildren and great-great- grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Clmd R. Notfls Hogansville - Funeral serv- ices for Charles R. Norris, 79, who died Monday, August 23, 1999, were held Thursday, August 26 at 11 a.m. at George H. Hewell and Son Northside Funeral Home with the Rev. Chris A. Coram andRev. Ralph S. Dean officiating. Interment was in Evergreen Cemetery. Mr. Norris was a native of Hogansvflle and a longtime resident of Jacksonville, Florida. He was a Radio and Television Technician with Sears Roebuck and Company having retired after 38 years service. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army having served during World War II. He attended the North Jacksonville Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Esther Murphy Norris; a daughter, Peggy N. Percifield (Jack); a son, Charles "Bob" Norris (Verna); three sisters, Elizabeth Miller, Martha Ashenfelder and Dorothy Parker; a brother, James D. Norris; four grand- children; Kathryn Percifield, Debra Osborn, Bonnie Renninger and Robert Norris; four great-grandchildren, Grace, Julia, and Charles Renninger and Sarah Osborn. Randall Eugene Phillip6 Salem, AL- Randall Eugene "Boogie" Phillips, 26, of Salem, AL died Wednesday, August 25, 1999 at Phenix Regional Hospital. Funeral Services were held on Saturday, August 28 at 7 p.m. at Colonial Funeral Home Chapel, Phenix City, AL, with Rev. Brad McDaniel officiat- ing. Visitation was held from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m.. Mr. Phillips was born August 11, 1973 in Warm Springs, Georgia. Survivors include his parents, James and Judy Snead of Salem, AL; a daughter, Ashley Nicole Phillips of Salem, AL, two brothers, James Snead, Jr. of Phenix City and Joey Phillips of Waverly Hall, GA; two sis- ters, Stephanie Wade of Phenix City and Teri Dansel of Cataula, GA; his fiancee, Melanie Hunter of Salem, AL; and several neices and I "=' I nephews. James Curtis Williams, Sr. Shiloh - James Curtis Williams, Sr., age 72, of Kings Gap Road, Shiloh, died Wednesday, August 25 at Hospice LaGrange, LaGrange, Georgia. A memo- rial service was held at 2 p.m. Saturday, August 28 at Reese Creek Baptist Church, Stockbridge, with the Rev. Curtis Williams, Jr., officiat- ing. Mr. Williams was born October 22, 1926, in Fayette County, a son of James Wilson Williams and Cora Johnson Williams. He retired as a main- tenance foreman for Southlake Mall, and was a member of Reese Creek Baptist Church. He was a U.S. Army Veteran of the Korean Conflict. Survivors include his wife, Elon Piper Williams of Shiloh; two sons, James Curtis Williams, Jr. Of Rex and Larry Davis of Morrow; three daugh- ters, Dena Sanchez of Dallas, Texas, Donna Bartow of Port Orange, Florida, and Sharon Moseley of Jonesboro; one brother, Danny Lee Williams of Riverdale; one sister, Lindy Williams, of Griffin; eight grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, dona- tions in memory of Mr. Williams may be made to Hospice LaGrange, 1510 Vernon Road, LaGrange, Georgia 30240. Smith-Steele-Meadows Funeral Home of Manchester was in charge of arrange- ments. Jeie James Washington Talbotton - Jessie James Washington was born on July 18, 1958 in Talbotton. He was born to Ella and the late Willie Frank Washington. A very lov- ing and devoted grandmother Annie Leonard preceded him in death. He departed this life on August 24 at the Medical Center in Columbus, Georgia. He leaves to mourn and cherish his memory a loving mother and step-father, Ella and Cfiarles Jackson of Columbus, a loving daughter, Jessica Latoya Washington of Talbotton, a stepdaughter, Vongrace Couch of Talbotton, two brothers, Clyde Willis Jr. and Willie Jean Willis, both of Columbus, Six sisters, Gwendolyn Willis and Doris Jean Bell of Columbus, Angela Johnson of Clearwater Florida, Bertha Bell Harris, Joanne Leonard, and Ina Mae Mizell of Talbotton, three aunts, Bessie Mae Collier and Essie K,. Horton of Talbotton and Earlene Chaney of Woodland, one uncle, Willie James Paschal of Talbotton, a special friend, Sarah Powell, two step- grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Ronald Edward Chamblee Hamilton - Ronald Edward Chamblee, age 50, of Hamilton died August 26. A teacher, he had lived in Hamilton for 27 years. Funeral services were held August 28 at 2 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Hanceville, Alabama, Pastor David Rubke and Rev. Thomas R. Noon officiated. The services were fol- lowed by burial in Mt. Tablor I If it R G D Homes of Thomaston 1699 Bamesville J-I T. & 1348 Hwy. 19N in Thomaston, Georgia is making room for the new Both Locations have all '99 Models Discounted I Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee I 706-6fb8-1193 or 706-6k6-kS89 I Death and Funeral Notices Church Announcements Program Planned at Fellowship FelIowship Church in Manchester is having its 8th homecom- ing September 12 at 10:30 a.m. featuring The Messengers of Hope, Puppeteers for Christ, and Fellowship Quartet with din- ner on the grounds at 12 noon. Then stay for the music and min- istry of the talented and hilarious Todd Horne. For more information, call 706-846-2351. t Homecoming at New Beginnings New Beginnings Full Gospel Church and Pastor Jim Sanders invites everyone to attend their Homecoming services on Sunday, September 19th at 11 a.m. Immediately following the . Homecoming service, dinner will be servied in the fellowship hall. Come spend the day with us. New Beginnings Full Gospel Church is located at 2600 Highway 54. For more information call 812-9306. Corinth UMC Sets Homecoming The annual homecoming of Corinth United Methodist Church will be held on Sunday, September 12 at 11 a.m.. Rev. Queon Smith, pastor of First United Methodist Church of LaFayette, 'will deliver the message, followed by a covered dish luncheon at 12:30. Big Gospel Singing Set In Gay The Golden Jubilees fan club of Gay will be celebrating their 40th allniversary Sunday September 26 at the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in Gay (Rev. E. A. Stephens, pastor) and Sunday night at "/:30 p.m. at Piney Grove Baptist Church in Haralson (Rev. Johnny Strickland, pastor). The MC will be Minister Philip and Vikki Elvitt of Atlanta. All groups, choirs, soloists and churches are asked to come out and help make this program a success. Special guests will be: the Florida Nightingales of Miami and the Spiritual Letts of Elberton. Also appearing on the program will be: Big John and the new Cemetery in Blountsville, Alabama. A memorial service will be held in Hamilton at a date and time yet to be announced. Survivors include: his wife, Barbara Elliott Chamblee of Hamilton; a daughter, Tracie Lea Chamblee of Georgia; a son, Russell E. Chamblee of Georgia; mother, Helen K Chamblee, and fathe, Max E. Chamblee, both of Blountsville, Alabama; and a sister, Jo Chamblee 'of Birmingham. Dixie Airies of Gay; Big Frank and the Mighty The Sunlighters and the Griffin Gospel Singers of Griffin, the Southern Harmoneers of Atlanta. For more information, call Charlie L. Render at Northside Baptist Plans Bible Study Please join us this Sunday for Bible Study beginning followed by the morning worship service. Amy Neyhart bringing our special music. All youth interested in All Night" (a lock-in at Six Flags) on September 24, will sign up no later than this Sunday, Sept. 25. The cost for this outing will be $25. For more please contact Carmen Ellerbee at 846-3957. Benefit Singing Set at Cedar The Cedar Rock Baptist Church in Woodbury will host al eial singing Saturday, September 4, from 6 p.m. until. Special singing will be provided by Heaven's Carrollton as well as other singers. Woodbury Baptist Celebrates Anniversary Woobury Baptist Church will celebrate its ll0th Sunday, September 12, with homecoming Ray Collins will be the guest speaker. A covered dish luncheon will follow the morning Everyone is invited to attend. Allen-Lee UMC Holds Yard Sale Allen-Lee Memorial United Methodist Church will hold a sale Saturday, September 4, beginning at 8 a.m. at the Lone Country Store. V,,ISTAWALL ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTS 214 WALT SANDERS MEMORIAL BLVD., NEWNAN, GA 30265 Telephone: 770-252-3090 Toll Free: 800-344-7974 Fax: 770-252-9504 Vistawall is seeking Door Fabrication Trainees for our 1st shift. Need have experience in one or more of the following areas: use of hand metal fabrication, carpentry, welding, or drafting/blueprint reading. Starti pay is $9.50/hour. We have seven of these positions available. F"',  :': i ' : ....... We also have an immediate need for Order Pullers and Packers for 1st shift. Need to have experience in one or more of the following order pulling, packing, forklift, crane, and/or side loader. Need to be to lift up to 75 Ibs. Starting pay is $9.00/hour. We have three available. Vistawall provides excellent medical and dental insurance, life 401(K) plan, 10 paid holidays, 2 weeks paid vacation, reimbursement, gainsharing, and opportunity for advancement. tuitit No need to apply again An EEO Employer M/F/HA/ Main Street Sharpsburg, just off Hwy. 54. North of Hwy 16 intersection. We invite you to visit our shops and discover antiques, gifts, handmade crafts and collectibles. Miss Brenda's & /bl Gold M Beanies Antiques Collectibles. Gifts 770.252.3343 Dealer able Upcoming ,Events 15th Annual Fall Festival September 18 & 19 10am-Spin Christmas Open House November 5, 6 & 7 Dianne's 770-304-8379 O..i00i.ol B Cool Tl00ir,00, p;n;ng, mo;;cs, po+.te"r"q, jewel'r" Open S[. 'O'5,  Sun. '-5 7: nl i "GIFTS and MORE" Arts. Crafts. Collectibles Furniture Gift Accessories and More B,a. Ba",. III Hours Colkctibks Dolls " Gifts 770 Wed., Thur. & Fri. 10-2 Handmade Trunks Accssories 252-7815 , Sat. 10-5 Sunday 1-5 Thurs.-St 10-5 Sun. 12-5 Vendor Space Available The Big House Gifts & Coffectiles. year Round Christmas Room Hand Dippedlce Cream & Sweet shop l 'Cocs Cola .Boyds ,TyDealer ] Lee Middleton ,Florals .And More 770"25-2000 Hours: Tues.-Sat. lO-5, Sun. 1-5 Olff Town Antiques & er of Main & Terrentine Under the gourds. Built as a country merchantile in late 1800 once known as Bridges and Cole, this rustic building now houses antiques, a wond=foa coUection of primitives & collectibles. Sharon Bernocco, owner Wed-Sat 10-5, Sun. 1-5 (Dealer space available)