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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 2004 OPtimist Club Announces Essay Contest The Optimist Essay con- test is open to Hogansville ~udents under the age of 19 ~s of Dec. 31 of the current ~chool year. Interested students may ~ubmit their applications on the pre-assigned topic, "The Power of One," to the local Optimist Club on or before the Dec. 31 deadline. Winners will be announced in January. This contest is sponsored by Optimist International to give young people the oppor- tunity to write about their own opinions regarding the world in which they live. The approach can encom- pass a young person's per- sonal experience, the experi- ence of their country, or a more historical perspective. The topic selected each year is intended to give young peo- ple the room to develop their own views around a central idea. In addition to the oppor- tunity for written expression, participants have the oppor- tunity to compete for college scholarships of up to $5,000 as follows: Club level- medal- lion; District level - plaque and a $650 college scholar- ,ship; International level - scholarships: Ist place $5,000 scholarship, expense paid trip for student and par- ents to Optimist International Convention for a reading of the wiring essay, and plaque presentefl-,~ the Optimist international'1~esident. 2nd place - $3,000 scholarship and plaque. 3rd place - $2,000 scholarship and plaque. For further information, and applications, call the local essay chairperson, Ida Jones, at 882-7272. LeGail Scarborough January 18, 1"951 - September 26, 200.4 Graduated in 1969, Hogansville High School Barbara LeGail Noles Scarborough, 53, of Chugiak, Alaska, died Sunday, Sept. 26 at her home. Born January 181 1951, Mrs. Scarborough was a former resident of Hogansville and was a 1969 graduate of Hogansville High School. She had lived in Alaska more than twenty years and was employed by the State of Alaska. Survivors include her husband, Jim Scarborough of Chugiak and formerly of LaGrange; two daughters and a son in-law, Amanda Scarborough and Jennifer and Dan Kerr; one son, Jimmy Scarborough, all of Alaska; her parents, Jean and Merlin Webb of Hogansville; two sisters and a brother in- law, Cheryl Noles of Canton and Carol and Lanny Braswell of Hogansville; a brother and sister in-law, Mike and Faye Webb of Ft. Walton Beach, FL; grandchildren, Adrienne Scarborough, Arielle Scarborough, Samuel Kerr and Abbigale Kerr, all of Alaska; and a number of nieces, nephews, aunts, and uncles. Funeral services will be held in Alaska. Wayne Harley July 5, 1951 - September 26, 2004 Auto Mechanic Harold Wayne Haney, 53, of Hogansville, died Sunday, Sept. 26 at Hospice LaGrange. Memorial services were held at 6 p.m. 2hesday, Sept. 28 in the chapel of the Cluade A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Rev. J.T. Thornton officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Mr. Haney was born July 5, 1951 in Haralson County, son of the late John Marion Harley and the late Virgil Munroe Haney. He lived in Hogansvflle for a number of years and was employed as an auto mechanic. Survivors include one daughter, Rita Gay of LaGrange; one son, Harold Wayne Haney, Jr. of Franklin; one sister, Carolyn Haney of Florida; two brothers, Keith Haney and Roger Haney of Bremen; and three grandchildren, Dalton Haney, Anthony Gay and Barry Newell, all of l.,aGrange. The Cluade A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Bobby C. Brazil November 1, 1935 - September 27, 2004 Retired from Army National Guard Bobby C. Brazil, Sr., 68, of Hogansville, died Monday, Sept. 27, at his home. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 29, in the chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Rev. W. T. Bates and Dr. Billy Burks officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville with full military honors. Honorary pallbearers were Kyle Thompkins, Robert Floyd, Ralph Gaddy, Melvin Harper, Hugh Sprayberry, Run Alverson, Whit Bass, and Ken Hoopaugh. Born November 1, 1935, in Carroll County, Mr. Brazil was the son of the late T.R. and Mattie Mae Harper Brazil. He served four years in the U.S. Army and retired as a Sergeant from the Georgia Army National Guard after thirty years of service. Mr. Brazil lived in Troup county most of his life, was a Baptist, and retired from the Troup County Transportation Department. Survivors include his wife and companion of 53 years, Betty Taylor Brazil; two daughters and a son-in-law, Stacey and David Barber and Mattieline Brazil; two sons, Bob Brazil, Jr., all of Hogansville and Romnie Brazil of LaGrange; one sister, Geneva Stevens of LaGrange; one brother and sister in-law, Billy and Phyllis Brazil of Marietta; a brother-in-law, Haynes Trawick of Sylvester; 17 grandchildren; 10 great- grandchildren; and five former daughters-in-law who are close to the family, Beverly, Ruth, Tammy, Marie and Donna. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Sherrie Miller, a son, Ricky Brazil; a granddaugh- ter, Heather Brazil; a brother, R.B. Brazil; and sisters, Gladys Wflliamson and Grace Trawick. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. 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LaGrange, GA Re.s: 706..6374588 Fax: 706-845-1753 1-800438-6127 Claude A. McKibben & Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Str"~ Hogansville, Georgia & nnSupp 611mbsbidRlL Homwle groggy263 We Sell All Types of Tires & ( r ! 1511HAMtLT~ RD ,P,0, B0X 1171 [ R3ST 706 3619 HUBBARD & SPINKS Parts-Service ii15 E. Main St. Phone: Hogansville, GA 30230 706 637-63'9 INSTALLATION SERVICE & SUPPLIES 801 lf2 ~ Road. LaGrange GA (706) 845-0001 Mark & G0~h, Owner HOGANSviLLE HOME NEWS