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HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000 PAGE 9 James Louis Coursey, Sr. December 25, 1922 - October 8, 2000 - James L. Coursey, Sr., 77, of Butler and a former res- et Luthersville, died Sunday, October 8 at Upson Regional )ital. The funeral service was conducted October 10 in the of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in J The Reverend R.C. Prescott officiated and interment was in Luthersville Cemetery. Mr. Coursey was born December 25, 1922 in Newnan, son of Hate Pink and Cynthia Williams Coursey. :faCile lived in Coweta and Meriwether counties most of his life r, Tore making his home in Butler a year ago, and was a farmer. lic[Survivors include four daughters and two sons-in-law, Helen c 1 J][rsey of Franklin, Faye Coursey of LuthersviUe, Joyce and L( as@dr Haynes of Woodbury, and Linda and Randy Cash of Butler; t lee sons and one daughter-in-law, Louis and Barbara Coursey Lt so]Atlanta, Clarence Coursey of Fairburn, and Donald Coursey i, dllutler; three sisters, Maybelle Parker of Hampton, Estelle ,,x weher of Luthersville, and Louise Ottman of Macon; one broth- 4erbouglas Coursey of Atlanta; seven grandchildren; and three atet-grandchildren. lerThe Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of 0_.ansville was in charge of arrangements. l Mrs. Frances P. Barber le January 3, 1918 - October 8, 2000 r t;.iGreenville,¢! _ Mrs. Frances Pearson Barber, 82, of Greenville, ,rtUl €1 October 8 at West Georgia Medical Center. The funeral serv- ,s , as conducted October 10 at the Bethel Baptist Church. The pit st ly it rt il al s. Powers Witcher, Clifford Hicks, and Wayne Settle officiat- ed interment was in the church cemetery. Mrs. Barber was born January 3, 1918 in Meriwether County, ghter of the late Benjamin E and Leavy Ledford Pearson. 8he lived in Meriwether County most of her life, was a home- er, and was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church in the eky Mount Community. Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, Jimmie R. Barbara Barber of Greenville, and Cecil R. and Peggy Pearson I(ennesaw; one daughter, Sarah Cochran of Greenville; three ters, Myrtle Beckham of Grantville, Earlene Eppenger of !lena, and Audrey Hicks of Manchester; one brother, Perry M. tson of Woodbury; ten grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchil- :n. Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of was in charge of arrangements. pace exp!o- ors such as the ] Norman ns dty museum art to bra or " " CEO Artram USA. Artram USA is about touching lives and opening doors for people and communities. For some and adults, it&apos;s the time they have had the ebition is exciting, ARTRAIN USA'S mission to enhance lives and build • to eommu, Church Offers 'Judgment Journe2 ' Faith Baptist Church on Hammett Road in LaGrange would like to invite you to Judgment Journey 2000. It is a thirty minute trip through the period of time the Bible calls "The Tribulation." Come and experience the rapture of the church, the four horsemen, a city street in total chaos, the anti-Christ and his army, and finally the Judgment. Call the church office to make reserva- tions at 706-884-3100. Tickets are $5.00 per- son (no one under 16 is admitted without an adult). The dates for the journey are October 20, 21, 27, 28 and October 31 through November 3. The journey begins each evening at dusk. With 300 people actively involved.in 10 different scenes, you will not want to miss it. We'll see you at The Judgment. 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 637-8400 the BIG XTRA 117 West Main Street HogansviUe, GA 30230 James R, Thrash Funeral Director & Embalmer Bus: 637-8791 Home: 637-8436 Claude A. McKibben & Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8623 FARMERS ,q3 U IP t_", " .300 BACON S'?R,:L,,'!F LAGRANGE, GA 302 f? ) | IU<,qVOI ClO  u w  m ERIC REISINGER, President 706-884-3051 Prayer is a time to speak to God and for Him to speak to you. It's a time to ask and listen for His reply. Habakkuk 1:17 tells us that God had a reason for using Babylon to punish Judah. Habakkuk said he would make his place a watchtower to await God's answer. When we have questions and don't understand, ask and then be still. Hot Eats, Cool Treats Attorney at Law 307-A Hwy. 29 South Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-9953 637-4558 {, "€ IIIC1510 God will answer yes, no or wait. The latter is the most ¢lrowd=lr* Auto Belilr , ",,. & H BUgDERS P N difficult. He has a plan, and at times, that is hard to SII?D ,oa row,., Hogansville Ii i phd' • Rellr b ,r 'Commercial and Residential  remember. Vu,,. PaintC°llisiOnMatchingRepair Pharmacy xcdu "! * Insurance Claims Welcome ,i • ConcreteRem°delingwork . 101 SERVICE PARK LN. Weekly Bible Trivia *Frame Straightening Phil Waldrop What were the names of the two cities which were -® ',\\;v : ig,?' ASE certified 17 years experience ! Come * Precision frame repair • Expert paint (answer found in this week's scripture reading) Terrv Nester -Foreign&Domestic Insurance claims wel- destroyed by fire and brimstone ? "--,'?,'.; = 300 Moin Street 1 ar matchguarantced. BASFrefinishmchnology   Hogansville, Georgia  706-884-2724 . Written warranty., Power windows &Windshield replacementlock repair • All work ©ingot ......... uW Feancs 24 Hour Towing Available 706.6,37.52. 706-63 7-8683 { , . . i [MATTHEW Loundw I ! 00o,v,ce .l] 189 E, Main Street Cleaners ..... ,', - I  | 24Hr. Good  :, "i} !::7'?;!'q.  Church Supplies • Bibles • Robes • Sunday -':"{i: SchoolSupplies Hymnals Books Tapes 14NLaFayetteSq 375 Hwy 100 ,°.]1 Hoc]ansville, GA 205 and 209 ".2%'XX Gifts*Cards*Plaques*Complete  LaGrange Hogansville ] i( "  , = "4; ;,:.  ':- " . , rta 7 " East Main Street ',- Selectmn Resonable Pmces (706) 637-9001 nogansville, Georgia  'PL --  " tots ......  706-637-8741 " 706"882"4899 , E.St CAR .HOME, HEALTH • LIFE For More Information Call: We Sell All Types of Tires Ill I - I I I I Kristie00 ( leaning (706) 884-1869 LaGrange 706-884-2444 I II I .... HUBBARD & SPINKS Parts-  1115 E. 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