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HOGANSVIIJ_ HERALD - THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2012 Chad Everett Whitley Nov. 16, 1973 - Sept. 24, 2012 Construction Worker Corps veteran of the Korean War, he was a member of the tion to her parents and husband, she was preceded indea " Catholic Church and retired as a dockworker from the by her daughter, Elaine Heath; granddaughter, Dawn Heath Teamsters Union. He had been a resident of Georgia for the Simpson; and great-grandson, Gavin Whitloek. past 35 years, Condolences may be expressed at www.mekibbenfuner- Chad Everett Whitley, 38, of LaGrange, died Monday, Survivors include his daughter, Charmaine DesRosiers a/home.corn Sept. 24, at his home. of Rochester, NH; sister, Anne Marie Durra of Ft. Myers, FL; Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Mr. Whitley was born Nov. 16, 1973, and was a lifelong step-children, Lillie Mae Gaddy, Louise Gaddy and Harvey Hogansville is in charge of arrangements. resident of Troup County. He had been employed as a con- Hammett, all of Hogansville; and grandchildren, including struction worker. Kimberly Herndon who was his caregiver. Tommy Douglas Royster Survivors include his mother, Lynda Morgan Whitley of Condolences may be expressed at www.mckibbenfuner- Jan. 7, 1961 - Sept. 20, 2012 LaGrange; brothers, Charles Edward Whitley, Jr., Mark Evan alhome.com Beloved Son Whitley and Anthony Duwayne Whitley, all of LaGrange; and Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home was in several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by charge of arrangements. Tommy Douglas Royster, 51, of Greenville, died Thursday, his father, Charles Edward Whitley, Sr. Sept. 20, at his home. Condolences may be expressed a www.mckibbenfuner- Eileen White Beck The funeral service was conducted Monday, Sept. 24, in alhome.com Nov. 17, 1925 - Sept. 26, 2012 the Chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home - Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Cherished Mother in Hogansville. The Reverend Cecil Halsey and the Reverend ! Hogansvflle was in charge of arrangements. Ed Halsey officiated and interment was in Mt. Zion Christian ! Eileen White Beck, 86, of LaGrange, died Wednesday, Church Cemetery at Roanoke, At,. Edward J. Wagner Sept. 26, at Hospice LaGrange. Mr. Royster was born Jan. 7, 19611 in LaGrange and lived Feb. 8, 1932 - Sept. 21, 2012 The funeral service was conducted Saturday, Sept. 29, at in Atlanta before making his home in Meriwether County in U.S. Marine Corps Veteran the graveside in Hillview East Cemetery in LaGrange, with 1986. He was employed as a plumber. the Reverend Wayne Hester officiating. Survivors include his mother, Mary Halsey Royster of Edward J. Wagner, 80, of Franklin, died Friday, Sept. 21, Mrs. Beck was born November 17, 1925, in Gloucester, Greenville; two nephews, Joshua Royster and Matthew at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGt?ange. England, daughter of the late William Thomas White and Royster; a niece, Tabitha Ellington; and several great-nieces :; The funeral service was conducted Sunday, Sept. 23, in Gladys Amphiett White. She married her late husband, James and great-nephews, He was preceded in death by his father, the Chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home Ward Beck, at the end of World War Two and had made her Herbert L. Royster; and his brother, Herbert Randall Royster. in Hogansville. Dr. Michael Reeves and Pastor Alex home in LaGrange since 1945. Condolences may be expressed at www.mckibbenfuner- Montgomery officiated and interment was in the Corinth Survivors include her daughters and sons in-law, Sandra a/home.corn Cemetery. and Charles Hill, Linda and Ben Willingham; son, James Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home was in Mr. Wagner was born Feb. 8, 1932, in Chicago, Illinois, William Beck, all of LaGrange; 12 grandchildren; 20 great- charge of arrangements. son of the late John and Beatrice Boyd Wagner. A U. S. Marine grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. In addi- ;: Happy anniversary wish- es go to: Richard Lewis and Tracy Overton, Sr., on their 21st on Oct. 4; Johnny and Bernice Pinson on their 3rd on Oct. 4; Stalin and Vickie and Rehabilitation Center. A very speedy happy birthday to Mandy Heard of Grantville on her 71 years young on Oct. 8 and more happy birthdays to come. Theisman Lovelace, Beronica Rosser, Delores Sewell, Maiya Sewell, Daisy Steagell, Charles Tenney, Rozie Leon Thompson, Willie T. Stewart, Betty Portress, Refreshments will be served. New Friendship Baptist Church, (Hwy 362) Greenville invites everyone to Pastor Roosevelt Render and First Ladies second Williams ontheir 33rd on Oct. Nernita Xiomara Sewell, and Pastoral Anniversary on 5; Nicholas and Kamicia Birthday greetings go to:Rev, Charles Williams. Sunday, Oct. 14 at 11:30 a.m. Davison on their 1st on Oct. Erica Berkeley, Eric Boddie, John Wesley United Dinner will be served. 8. We wish them many, many Clarence Bohannon, WillieMethodist Church, Grantville Oak Ridge CME Church, more. Lee"Bobo" Clements, Jr.,Eva invites everyone to its annu- Greenville invites everyone Our belated sympathy Mac Clark, Dexter Colton,al Women's Day on Sunday, to its annual Fall Revival goes out to the families of Cordell Boddie, Rev. Terrace Oct. 14at 2:30p.m. with guest services on Oct. 10, 11, 12 Connie Sue Grant 36 and Brown, Nona Cook, Tracie H. speaker, sister ChandraHart, Wednesday through Friday, Josephine S. Rosser, 92 both Colton, Marquet DeonEaster, daughter of Mrs. Alice Mac nightly at 7:30 p.m. Rev. of Grantville in their deaths. Robert "Billy" Freeman, Spear and the late Rev. L.M. Luctricia White is the pastor. God knows your grief and Janice Lynn George, LaToria Spear. Rev. John D. Tompkins There will be a meeting bears your sorrow. Butts, Leveda Traves, is the pastor, at Golden Corral Restaurant, Margaruite Evans of Wendell King, Paula C. Gray, 605 Bullsboro Dr., Newnan Grantville is a patient at Shamekia Hardaway, Isaiah Bethlehem Baptist from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. for Southland Nursing Home inHunter, Kiara Hines, Church, St. Marks invites the class of 1971 Greenville Peachtree City. We wish her LaTeresa Hopson, Nelson everyone to its annual Men High School. See or contact: a speedy, .coxter .... Godfrey, Courtney Jackson, and Women's Day service on Virginia L. Hill (President) at We'r 13Jt p' o?rel ortthat Janet i Malcolm,- Annice Sunday., 0c[: f4 11 a.rii. (706)672-4987 or (706)672- Linda Nalls of Grantville is Griggs, Deshon Flowers, Pastor Wilfie-Joe Cameron 4243 on Saturday, Oct. 6. Be home from Newnan Nursing Mandarius Clemons, will bring the message, there! Claude A. McKibben & Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8623 We Sell All Types of Tires HUBBARD & SPINKS Pans. Service 1115 E. Main St. Phone: H0gansville, GA30230 (706) 637-6379 D0wnt0wn H0gansville 706-637-6544 Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8683 Van's Hardware & Farm Supply 61 Industrial Rd. Hogansville, Ga 30230 Ph: 706.637.6263 Fax: 706.637.6250 Van Lowry Jr. "Everyone Needs a little hardware" Victory Praise Cathedral Hogansville 211-B Hwy 29- H0gansville, GA 30230 Services: Sunday-Worship 11 a.m. Wednesday- Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Friday. Prayer & Praise 7:30 p.m. Pastor- Anthony Frost 404483-9074 404438-3407 COME & SEE WHAT PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE IN YOUR COMMUNITY! I J~ The Joint Development Authority of Meriwether County and the City of Hogansville will hold its regularly -: scheduled quarterly Board of Directors meeting on ,: Thursday, Oct. II, at noon. ::: The meeting will be held at the Greenville Caf6, Court -: Square, Greenville, Georgia. : J; Area Residents Invited to Join Birthday Celebrationr, :i By ANDY KOBER timennes will be on display along with old photographs. Hogansville area resi- There will be light refresh- dents are invited to join the ments and fellowship. congregation of Ebenezer The Worship Service Presbyterian Church on begins at 11 a.m. followed Sunday for a special birth- by lunch in the fellowship day celebration, hall. .:: This Sunday members Last Monday evening, :i of the church are recogniz- the Hogansville City ingthe church's 175thbirth- Council unanimously day. approved a proclamation Special activities begindeclaring Sunday, Oct. 7 as at 10 a.m. Historical mem. Ebenezer Presbyterian orabflia and storyboard Church Dayin Hogansvill . ~:V Hogansville Police Department ::'~ Starts Civilian Police Academy :: The Hogansville Police Department will start the Civilian Police Academy on Tuesday Oct. 9, at 6 p.m. The academy will be a total of ten (10) weeks of' class with graduation and pictures on week eleven ( 11 ). The graduation will be held Tuesday Dec. 18, at 6 p.m. in the Hogansville Municipal Courtroom fol- lowed by the reception for graduates and their families and friends. Chief Eetor stated that he has added two new cours- es to the class curriculum for this academy. The first course is under,: standing Alzheimer's dis- ease and its symptoms and :,,; the second course is firearm safety whichwillbetaught at v,. the new firing range that is being constructed behind ..... the Hogansville Police .... Department. Applications for attend- :; ing the Academy can be picked up at the Hogansville ;: Police Department. For more on the Civilian Police Academy, please con- tact Sgt. Wolfe at (706) 637- ::.; 6648 or by email at -, rwolfe@hogansvillepd.com. " ,:~ Monday Beef hot dog, chili with beans, cole slaw, whole wheat bun, ketchup/mustard, fruit cocktail (tropical), milk, coffee and tea. Tuesday Turkey pot-pie casserole, green peas, baby carrots (in casse- role), whole wheat roll, pineap- ple chunks, milk, coffee and tea. Wednesday Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, cabbage, cornbread, mar- garine, applesauce, milk, cof- fee and tea. Thursday Chicken livers or chicken thighs, black-eyed peas, stewed toma- toes, cornbread, margarine, angel food cake, milk, coffee and tea. Friday Tomato vegetable soup, veg- etables in soup, carrot raisin salad or cucumber salad, toast- ed cheese sandwich, mayon- naise in salad, banana, milk, coffee and tea. Email: news@star-mercun/.c0m ~ ,,~ (706) 846-2206' Deadline is p.m. Tuesday For more information call (706) ,;T ,:i(i