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PAGE 4-B HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 2005 William A. Smith January 30, 1926 - September 19, 2005 Former Sales Manager for Hines Motor Co. William A. (Bill) Smith, 79 of Sevierville, TN and formerly of Hogansville, died Monday, Sept. 19 at Baptist Hospital in Knoxville, TN. Graveside services were held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 21, at Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville, with Rev. Max McCord officiating. A memorial service was held at 7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 22, at Valley Grove Baptist Church in KnoxviIIe, TN with Dr. Bobby Thcker and Rev. Bill Stephens offi- ciating. Mr. Smith was born Jan. 30, 1926, in Hogansville, son ofthe late Clarence and Mattie Leverett Smith. A veteran of service in the merchant marine, he lived in Hogansville for many years and was a former sales manager for Hines Motor Company in Hogansville and for Lukken Chevrolet in LaGrange. Mr. Smith moved to Sevierville in 1982, where he was involved in real estate and in the establishment of the Smith Family Theater. While living in Hogansville, he was a longtime member of Corinth Baptist Church, and in Sevierville was a member of Boyd's Creek Baptist Church. He was lovingly known as "Papa" by his family and many friends and pos- sessed a fine Christian character, which assures his family that he was prepared to meet his personal savior, Jesus Christ. His legacy is his great love for his family. Survivors include his wife, Betty Houston Smith of Sevierville; one daughter, Dixie Smith of Sevierville; three sons and daughters-in-law, Billy and Sherry Smith of Sevierville, Charlie and Brenda Smith of Seymour, TN and Jim and Jennifer Smith of Sevierville; eight grandchildren, Charlie Bob Smith, Pete Smith, Will Smith, Kellie Ann Douglass, Kristy Stott, Duncan Smith, LouAnna Smith, and Georgia Smith; and four great-grandchildren, Mason Stott, Cooper Douglass, Harrison Smith, and Maddox Stott. Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Paul L. Quick October 20, 1925 - September 22, 2005 U.S. NavY Veteran of World War II Paul L. Quick, 79 of Senoia, died Thursday, Sept. 22, at Newnan Hospital. The funeral service was held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 24, in the chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Rev. Terry Calhoun officiated and interment was in Shadowtown Cemetery in LaGrange. Pallbearers were Scott Quick, Ryan Quick, Jason Castle, Todd Quick, Kevin Quick, Paul Moss, and Jeff Harris. Mr. Quick was born Oct. 20,1925 in Coweta County, son of the late Wills and Irene Eady Quick. A U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, he was a member of the Baptist church and was retired fr6m Monex Corporation. Survivors include daughters and sons-in-law, Charlotte and Bobby Mclntyre of Cleveland, Lucy and Roger Neal and Donna Parrish, all of Senoia; sons and daughters-in-law, Emory Quick and Tommy and Deborah Quick, all of Senoia, Billy and Debbie Quick of Peachtree City and Michael and Diane Harris of Griffin; one' sister, Peggy Britt of Hogansville; one brother, James Quick of Senoia; 21 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren and one great- great grandchild. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Billie Faye Watson Quick; broth- ers, Willis Quick, Jr. and Roy Quick; and a sister, Annette Quick Turner. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Edna Louise Parlier February 6, 1929 - September 27, 2005 Member of the Baptist Church Edna Louise Parlier, 76 of Grantville, died Sunday, Sept. 25 at Newnan Hospital. The funeral service was held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 27, in the chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Rev. Mike Watson officiated and inter- ment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Tommy Parlier, Lee Stamps, Will Cole, Ley Wynne, Tom Lewis and Erick Nelson. Mrs. Parlier was born February 6, 1929, in Fulton County, daughter of the late Clarence Robert Cox and the Iate Vena McFall Cox. She lived in Atlanta before making her home in Grantville in 1979 and was a member of the Baptist church. She was the wife of the late Thomas Q. Parlier, Sr. Survivors include three daughters, Linda Bruce of Grantville, Charmaine Parlier of Newnan and Gail Watkins of Hawkinsville; two sons, William Bruce and Tommy Parlier, Jr., both of Grantville; 11 grand- children and 13 great grandchildren. In addition to her parents and husband she was preceded in death by a daughter, Shirley Jenkins; a son, Steve Parlier; and a brother, Robert (Bobby) Cox. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of HogansVille was in charge of arrangements. Chrisla K. Mitchell September 16, 2005 Beloved Wife and Mother Chrisla KeShawonna Mitchell, age 26 of Hogansville, died Friday, Sept. 16 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. Funeral services were held Thursday, Sept. 22 at 2 p.m., at St. Mary UMC in Hogansville. Rev. Gregory Williams, pastor, offi- ciated. Interment followed in Olive Branch #2 Cemetery in the St. Mark Community. Survivors include her husband, LaShaun Mitchell; two children, Braelin and Breana Mitchell; her moth- er, Shelia Hoard of LaGrange; her father, John Leslie of Hogansville; four brothers, Gregory Johhson of Columbus, Juan Leslie of Newnan and Jasper and Christopher Patterson of LaGrange; two sisters, Shante Hoard of LaGrange and Cherrelle Leslie of Fairburn; a grandmother, Beatrice Leslie Of Hogansville; two uncles, Paul Lawson of Louisville,KY and Harold Leslie of Hogansville; four aunts, Elsie Jones of College Park, Annette Johnson of Lexington, KY, Delphine Martin and her husband, Clarence, of Hogansville, and Marilyn Woodruff and her husband, Arthez of LaGrange; along with a host of other relatives and friends. Thrash and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. GOOD FOOD, GOOD CAUSE - The Greenville Lions Club is one of many Meriwether groups that operates a booth at the Cotton Pickin' Fair to raise funds for civic projects. 9 Cotton Plckln Fair Opens on S0000turday Final prreparations are under- way in Gay as the The Cotton Pickin' Fair prepare s for its Oct. 1-2 fall show. Amidst skilled artisans and antique specialists, the fair shares remnants of farm life in days gone by. The Logan Turnpike gristmill turns out cornmeal and flour near the Peach Packing Shed while a working blacksmith shop produces forged functional art pieces and a pair of Belgium draft horses pulls a farm wagon, with you aboard, through the neighborhood. Uncle Lonnie shares his many years of farm experience with you through stories at the old Cotton Gin. New talent will keep this 63rd edition of the festival fresh and inter- esting while returning artists wel- come loyal customers seeking to a&l to individual collections. Some 300 artisans display a wide variety of original work ranging from the functional to decorative at this invitation-only festival. Pottery, fiber arts, metalwork- ing, woodcarving, painting, garden accents, and jewelry are just a sam- ple of what to expect. In addition, many artists eager- ly share their creative skills and tal- ent with on-going demonstrations of their trades. Dorethey Gotham is the 2005 Cotton Pickin' Fair Featured Artist and her original painting graces the Fair's official 2005 T-shirt. Look for fresh seasonal produce, flowers and plants as you head for the rustic tin-roofed buildings filled with rows of antique furniture, accessories, and linens. Meriwether County nonprofit organizations will bake, fry, broil, boil, steam and stew the tastiest Southern foods found anywhere. Many visitors skip breakfast at home just to start the day with a Faith Chapel Sausage 'n Biscuit- for 33 years the men and women of this tiny church have arrived at the Fair before daybreak to prepare thou- sands of grandma's delicious sausage and biscuits. Proceeds from food sales sup- port projects undertaken by indi- vidual churches, schools and civic clubs. Blue grass to classical, folk danc- ing, a puppet show, and story telling at six rustic stages will delight both children and adults. Blue Dog Country, Alabama's popular country group featuring Jason Foster, holds the entertain- ment spotlight on Saturday. Florida's innovative acoustic guitarist, Dominic Gaudious performs on Sunday. The Cotton Pickin' Fair runs from 8 a,m, to 5: pm. on Saaa'day and Sunday, October 1-2. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children 4 to 12. Claude A. 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