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i A, O-tk tt()GAXSVILLE HOME NEWS - Tltvi.!):\\;, o. .. ,, _Or)2 DEATHS AND FUNERALS Milton L. Norton July 3, 1930 - Aug. 31, 2002 Milton L. Norton, 72, of Moreland, died August 31st at Newnan Hospital. The funeral service was conducted September 3 at Calvary Baptist Church. The Rev. Carl Calhoun, the Rev. L.B. Rooks and the Rev. Bryan Calhoun officiated and interment was in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Newnan. Mr. Norton was born July 3, 1930 in Carroll County, son of the late Luther Howard Norton and the late Nora Belle Davis Norton. He lived at Moreland for more than fifty years, was retired from William L. Bonnell Company in Newnan, and was a mem- ber and deacon of Calvary Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Irene Buchanan Norton of Moreland; three children and their spouses, Betty and Clifton Haines, also of Moreland, Richard and Karen Norton of College Park and Billy and Debra Norton of Moreland; nine grandchil- dren, Diane Gentzke, Elizabeth Woodruff, Holly Norton, Nicole Norton, Brittany Norton, Katie Norton, Elizabeth Howard, Georgia Howard III, and Krystal Howard; and one great-grandchild, Kaden Gentzke. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Bobble Jean Norton Howard. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansvil_le was in charge of arrangements. Michael L Head . Mrs. Vickie F. Head Michael Leon Head, 43, and Mrs. Vickie Freeman Head, 48, of Roanoke, Alabama and former residents of Coweta County, died at their home in Roanoke. Joint funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. Head were conducted August 31 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend David Arrington officiated and interment was in the Grantville Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers for Mr. Head were Phillip McGill, Crispin Reese, Edward Morgan. Jeffery Goins, Tommy Glasgow and Kenneth Perry. Serving as pallbearers for Mrs. Head were Scott Freeman, Bobby Joe Wilson, Bill Kee, George Robertson, Render Freeman and Billy Higgs. Mr. Head was born January 10, 1959 in Hampton, Virginia. A 1976 graduate of Newnan High School, he was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and was a member of the Baptist faith. He had made his home in Roanoke for the past ten years and was employed as maintenance supervi- sor for Plantation Patterns in Wadley, Ala. Mrs. Head was born October 1, 1953 in Troup County, daughter of the late John Thomas Freeman and the late Louise Hogan Freeman. A for- mer resident of Grantville, she had lived in Roanoke for the past ten years, was a member of the First Baptist Church of Grantville, and was employed by Plantation Patterns. Ml: and Mrs. Head enjoyed raising and caring for horses that they oxaaed. Mr. Head is survived by two daughters, Melissa Dawn McKenzie and Amanda Nicole Stitcher, both of Hogansville; two sons, Michael Travis Head of Roanoke and Randy Wayne Head of Georgetown, S.C.; his moth- er and stepfather, Christine and George Nichols of Five Points, Ala.; one brother and sister-in-law, Jimmy and Karen Head of Newnan; three sisters and brothers in-law, Vicki and Brian Oliver and Teresa and Billy Luckie, all of Newnan, and Tracey and Jimmy Denham of Hogansville; and two grandchildren Brittany Lauren McKenzie and Bryan Dylan McKenzie. Mr Head was preceded in death by his father, Henry Leon Head and a brother, John David Head. In addition to Mr. Head's children, Mrs. Head is survived by two broth- ers and a sister-in-law, Norman and Angle Freeman and Mack Freeman, all of Greenville; and a number of nieces and nephews. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of mTangements. MAJOR RECOGNITION - Frank Ruzycki was pre- sented a framed certificate and engraved pen by his executve secretary, Carote Denney. Ruzycki Named lops In Seven-State Region Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation Executive Director Frank Ruzycki has been named Southeast Region Association of Rehabilitation Support Staffs Boss-of-the-Year for 2002. The ward is no small fat: the honor encompasses seven states. The recognition comes one year after Ruzycki received the same honor for the State of Georgia. He learned of the honor at a Town Hall meeting on the RWSIR campus Thursday and was presented a framed certificate and engraved pen by his executive secretary, Carole Denney. Students Enjoy 'Harry Hogan' Book Project On Wednesday afternoon, August 28, Hogansville Elementary students gath- ered in the school auditorium to send the mythical Harry Hogan across America. Harry, played by assistant principal JodY Hale, browsed through his Social Studies book with longing, wishing he could trav- el to the places he read about in his claS Luckily, he met a former Hogansvill¢ teacher who presently owns and operates Alford's Travel Agency. Ms. Alford, played by Mary Alford, third grade teacher, agrees to sponsor Harry on the trip of his dreams, provided Hogansville Elementary students read, read, read. Students in grades kindergarten, one and two may count books that have bee read to them by their teachers, parentS, friends or even siblings. Third graders should read thirty booRS over the entire year. They also count booRS read to them. Fourth and fifth graders, however, must count only books they read them" selves. In order for Harry to move from his first stop, Stone Mountain, the students must read a total of 850 books during tla¢ month of September. Harry will return in the spring to a big celebration. Book bags will go home with primary students immediately after Labor DaY. Parents are enlisted to help with the read- ing and recording. Third through fifth grade students will be given explicit instructions about record" ing books by their teachers. CARD OF THANKS Thanks to all my friends for the cards, visits, calls, foods, flowers and most of all your prayers in the death of my brother, W.J. Green. Sarah Green Harmon Time To Make A Change 1103 Highway 34 675-8558 6S7-6621 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 ! 1, d dircci with the uwtwr! 637-8400 Try the Bit3 XTRA H & H Builders * Commercial and Residential Remodeling . Co-'rete #€ Terry Hester 706-884-2724 BOOY SHOP . GLASS SHOP * AUTO REPAIR OUJ&ffY WORK IN RECORD TIME 00da.o ',, LAE, GEORGIA 30241 S& Grocery 375 Hwy 100 HogansviUe 637-9753 A Letter from Grandmother Growing up, my' grandmother sent a letter to me once a week. They started out as drawings, then as i could read she wrote small notes, t began to write back when I hit the pre-teens. I would complain that my mother didn't understand and my father was too old fashioned. She always had words of wisdom to help smooth the troubles• She was the most faithful friend I will ever have - loyaU[, encouraging, humorous, and smarter than anyone I know. I still pass by the old house where my parents used to live. The mailbox still stands. Sometimes t catch myself wanting to check for a letter from my grandmother especially when I need her wisdom, but it has been years since I have been able to read a note from my best friend. If she were here today, she might like to know that my mother keeps regular contact by mail with my daughter even though they live only two blocks down the road. My mother is just as wise and patient. I hope that one Sunday 2Kings 5:1-6 Monday 2Kings 5:7-t2 Tuesday 2Kings 5:13-17 Wednesday 2Kings 5:18-22 Thursday 2Kings 5:23-27 Friday 2Kings 6:1-4 Saturday 2Kings 6:5-13 day I can live up to my genes. Weekly Bible Trivia What was the disease Naaman had? (wfoundmthsweeksscaptureteadmg .,  . Hummingbird Station #1 Bultetl00llBi00 1879 East Main St. HOGANSVlLLE 63%9001 * HOGANSVILLE'S* #CON* MULTI-LINELTD " " " WWWIBW| MAILING SERVICE Rehgtous Supplies ROOSEVELT P.O. BOX 602. LaGrange, GA 30241  " ']" " OOOT & i m PLA 1 89 E. Main Street Phone/Fax 706-884-4297 ....  Church Supplies • Bibles • Robes • Sunday Hogansville, GA • tntt •  Labels ° Folding School Supplies• llynlnals • B,)ks • 'lhpes 30 Bed ./I J..;g FKq,] • Label Prlnfing/Applica • Selection Resonable Prices rlng • 1st C (706) 637-9001 lll,llili,21ill Senior's DLscount 2525 '€ ,  We Sell AU Types of Tires , I,ml ,L, ....... ....Krist!es • MATTHEW 24 Hr. 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