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J ! PAGE O-A l .,;:-,\\; ILLE It).:E NEWS - TttURSDAY, OCL IS;. 200i Mrs. Lueille Whitten August 25, 1920 - October 13, 2001 LaGRANGE - Mrs. Lucille Whitten, 81, of LaGrange, died October 13 at West Georgia Medical Center. Funeral servic- es were conducted October 16 at ttunter-Allen-Myhand Chapel with burial at Meadoway Gardens Cemetery Mrs. Whitten was born August 25, 1920, daughter of the late Daniel and Sadie Hilton Smith. She was a homemaker and was formerly employed by Callaway Mills. Survivors include her husband, Marion Whitten of LaGrange; two daughters, Pat Waugh of Hogansville and Brenda Jackson of Marietta; three sons and two daughters- in-law, Ronnie Nasworthy of Jacksonville, Alabama, Hugh and Beth Nasworthy and Jim and Barb Nasworthy, all of Pine Mountain; 10 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; one sister, Jewell Brown of Bowden; several nieces and nephews. Hunter-Allen-Myhand Funeral Home of LaGrange was in charge of arrangements. Harry Brown August 26, 1925 - October 12, 2001 LaGRANGE- Harry Brown, 76, of LaGrange, died October 12 art his home. Memorial service was conducted October 14 at Hogansville Church of God. The Reverend Randall Hedge and the Reverend Rance Sprayberry officiated. Mr. Brown was born August 26, 1925 in Pike County, Kentucky and had lived in Troup County since 1987. He retired as a Sergeant Major from the U.S. Army after 26 years, hav- ing served in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam Conflict. He also retired as a sales representative from Paymaster Corporation, was a Mason, Shriner, and a mem- ber of the Hogansville Church of God. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Louise Pike Brown of LaGrange; one daughter, Mrs Debbie Williams of Clarkesville, Tennessee; two sons, Roger Brown of Stone Mountain and Ronnie Brown of Peachtree Corners; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Syretha Gardner of Hogansville and Mrs. Deneen Denney- Oechsle of McDonough; fourteen grandchildren; and four great grandchildren. Contributions in memory of Mr. Brown may be made to the building fund of the Hogansville Church of God. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Louise V. Wilson May 13, 1904 - October 16, 2001 Mrs. Louise V. Wilson, 97, of Hogansville, died October 16 at Georgia Baptist Meriwether Memorial Nursing Home Tiwm /t 113 High Street 1103 Highway 34 Hogansville 675-8558 637-6621 in Warm Springs. The funeral service will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, October 18, at the graveside in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansvilde, with the Reverend John Mark Carpenter and the Reverend Harold Willificiating. Mrs. Wilson was born May 13, 1904 at Ev, on Grove in Heard County, daughter of the late Robert L. VaUghan and the late Annie Kate Orr Vaughan. She married Homer B. Wilson in July, 1924, and became a resident of Hogansville at that time. Mr. Wilson died April 13, 1992. Mrs. Wilson was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church of Hogansville. Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Homer B. Wilson, Jr. of Huntsville, Alabama and Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Wilson of Gainesville; one sister. Miss Chi'istine Vaughan of Cordele; seven grandchildren, Stephen M. Wilson, Peter M. Wilson, David C. Wilson, and Wendy S. Wilson, all of Huntsvffie, R Timothy Wilson of San Francisco, California, Lynn W. McGee of Columbus, Indiana, and Frank C. Wilson, Jr. of Decatur; and eight great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Mrs. Wilson may be made to the First Baptist Church of Hogansville. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville is in charge of arrangements. H Welcome to the " ummingbird Festival! ..., • Income Tax Preparation " For Businesses & Individuals ./"" • Full Sen'ice Accounting 00'T&S L Accounting H4CornmoZYre x SHogfr,Tvilllof?f6S37.8022 ) Support the Red Cross 0ctober 19, 20 and 21 Hogansville, GA Fun for the entire family! For Booths rant  , " I;;t ;;;;,;t;o;t Call: (706) 637-9497 ::" All plofits su#porl the Hogansvitte Historic TftJs{'/i 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 BODY SHOP • GLASS SHOP .AUTO REPAIR QUALITY WORK IN RECORD "rIME Deal direct with the owner! ", 1511 HAMILTON RD • PO BOX 1171 ", LAGRANGE, GEORGIA 30241 637-8400 We senrice what u,c sell! Try the BIG .TRA o.'\\; ro-- H & H BU[WERS • Commercial and Residential Remodeling ,, • Concrete Work Terry Hester 706-884-2724 & Grocery 375 Hwy 100 HogansviUe 637-9753 Did You Know God Works in he Mall. once knew a wonderful ,a oman. Although she was of limited means she never hesitated to give of herself. Her abilities to hel others were inspirational.' HutmmJngbird Station,,003 Bullet00lnsMe ฎ 1879 East Main St. HOGANSVILLE 637-9001 This particular day my .:, * HOGANSVILLE'S * friend and her three  ROGER'S children headed to the ) mall to shop for new shoes. However, her CloudeA./.Kibben&SonSFuneraiHome BAR BQUE. . heart was heavy. She had 208 Johnson Street not told them th at she Hogansville, Georgia -85 Ex,t 28. HumminglrO Stat]on could afford only one pair of shoes that day. As they scuttled through the mall, a survey worker asked her if ' ...... .......... '' .... she and her children Would mind answering a few questions. The young surveyor was so polite mv friend congenially agreed. They were taken to the office where they were each given a pair of sneakers to test. After the testing, my friend told her children to return the shoes, but the surveyor shook her head. For their help, the shoes were a free gift. God does watch over our every need, even down to the little things like shoes. Weekly Bible Trivia Who was the leader of the children of Israel during the 40 yr& in the wilderness? (answer found in this week*s scripture reading) Sunday Monday Tuesday Wed. Thurs. Friday Saturday Exodus Exodus Exodus Exodus Exodus Exodus Exodus 3:1-5 3:6-12 3:13-16 3:17-19 3:20-22 4:1-6 4:7-15 tC* MULTI-LINELTD Religious Supplies MAILING SERVICE P.O. BOX 602 • LaGnmge, GA 30241 r' - o 189 E. 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