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Deaths and Funerals I MRS. KATE B. KOONE Mrs. Kate Bonner Koonc, 7u, or&apos; La(;range, died Sunday, ()ctober 3, 1999, at her home. The funeral service was con- ducted at two p.m., 311esday, ()ctober 5, in the Chapel of 1he ('i:ildt' .' McKibben and Sons t.'um:r:l l{(>me in Ih)gansville. ti> i,.vc!cml Kenneth May ()iiwi:Hcd ;intt illlerltlent was in ShM, F,','la\\;% n Cenletery in [/d ,Y;)ip, c, l':,ili,c,rers were Chris Thank you, Hogansville C it I L :; ; S ....... ,. Thanks to you, -' c, H;,ansville, for selecting me to serve as yo;.,r City Councilman for the past four years. It has been an honor and -, c i!enge to have had this opportunity. My plans for the next %tr y::?ars are to serve each and every citizen of l-4ogansville to the best of my ability in a,n )npartial and fair manner. vot: of confidence. Thank you again for your c, Reelect Ezra Whitmore Council Post Number 4 November 2, 1999 I R & D HomQ= of Thomaston 1699 Barnesvilie Hwy. & 1348 Hwy. 19N in Thomaston, Georgia is making room for the new yJu:JJJ3 - Both Locations have all '99 Models Discounted 9 9:9 Georgia Residentia! 1'./lc>)! ]qe Licensee 706-6Lb8-1193 or 706-6Lb6abS89 u Prescott, Stanley Shelton, Jimmy Clancey, Dennis Alexander, Mike Sims, and James Brumbeloe. Mrs. Koone was born August 29, 1923 in Troup County, daugh- ter of the late Winston and Nannie Gibson Bonner. She was a lifelong resident of LaGrange, was a retired private duty nurse, and was a member of Dunson Baptist Church in LaGrange. She was a member of the "IYoup County Senior Center and had served in the Foster Grandparents Program. Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Virginia Brumbeloe and Randy Williams, of Hogansville; one son, William Edward Herndon, Jr. of LaGrange, three grand- children, Erica Joy Brumbeloe of LaGrange, James Robert Brumbeloe and Katie Marie Brumbeloe, both of Hogansville; one great-granddaughter, Destiny Corrine Brumbeloe; a niece, Vickie Bonner Prescott; and a nephew, Charles Samuel Bonner, Jr. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansvflle was in charge of the arrangements. FRANCES J. HEAD Mrs. Frances Justiss Head, f a musician, pmnist and organ- ist, died peacefully at her home in Hogansville, Monday, October 4, 1999. She was 79 years old. The funeral service was con- ducted at two p.m., Wednesday, October 6, at the First United Methodist Church of Hogansville. The Reverend Charles Hitter and the Reverend Marion Shivers officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Mrs. Head was born ciated and entombment was in Oak Hill Cemetery in Newnan. Pallbearers were Jason Jordan, Gregg Redwine, Ken Furlow, Ted Samples, T. ,1. Samples, and Richard Etheridge. Ms. Samples was born and raised in Newnan, daughter of the late Ernest W. Samples an,,l the late Bernice Selt,t Smallwood Samples. She opened a bookkeeping and income tax service in Riverdale in 1973, which she operated f()r many years, and was a member of Riverdale "Presbyterian Church. She was preceded in death by her son, Dennis L. Johnson. Survivors include her broth- ers and sister-in-law, Edward Samples of FranMin, LeRoy and Gerrie Samples of Riverdale, nieces and nephews; and many friends whom she cherished. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral tIome ot' Hogansville was in charge of the arrangements. MARY L BROOKSHIRE Mary Lee Brookshire, 40, of Woodbury, died Friday, October 15, 1999, at Columbus Regional Medical Center. The funeral service was con- ducted at two p.m., Saturday, October 16, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend James T. Dulm officiated and interment was m Myrtle ttill Cemetery in Hogansville. Ms. Brookshire was born February 1, 1959, in iYoup coun- ty, and had lived in Woodbury for the past ten years. She attended Harmony Church of' the Nazarene at Warm Springs. Survivors include two sons, Jerry Wayne Brookshire and Fast. frLeqdly sewice. We will come to yOU or yo,J cap make a simple toll tree call: 1-888-977-1133 davtime or 1-706- 637-5152 eve!,,mgs. S,nny00i& M0rfgage, LLC NEED MONEY? Refinance Remodei Debt Consolidation Christmas ]-axes Tuition Good/Bad Cedit oK Past Bankruptcy OK Purchases Gucq;a Fb, l(}tl,:, ;AorlgaqPtlce!*<e L )ons lom,,00 @ Residential Commercial ,  Y002<: r - 1 ' e. 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Bruce Brookshire of Woodbury, After working in New York and one granddaughter, Kaley City for several years, she PaigeSchwabb. returned to Hogansville and TheClaudeA.McKibbenand married George Bruce Head, Sons Funeral Home of Jr., who practiced dentistry until Hogansville was in charge of the 198J. she was a devoted mem- arrangements. ber of the First United Methodist Field Of Dreams Church of Hogansville and served as organist and pianist from1946 until1998. Herdaugh- "HEY YOU" Let us make i ter, Vicki Lynn, preceded her in your dreams come true )t llllllllllllllllllllll deathin 1985. "" In addition to her husband, Home ownership is only a : HVE yOU DEEN DENIED I she is survived by two sons, Dr. phone call away. Call today George Bruce Head, III of for a free credit check.. qUTO LONI DUE TO Gadsden, Alabama andPhillip ...... : allen Head of Hogansville; one WHY??? 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