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t)\\;(;t,: 6-A HOGANSVlL: HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 2002 A Mrs. Irene Powell Levens March 21, 1917- October 25, 2002 Mrs. Irene Powell Levens, 85, of the Big Springs Comnmnity of Tt&apos;oup County, died October 25th at the Brian Center of Nursing Care in LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted October 28 at the graveside in Restlawn Memory Gardens in LaGrange. The Reverend Robert Hnmphries officiated. Mrs. Levens was born March 21, 1917 in Clay County. Alabama, daughter of the late Homer and Missouri Johnson Powell. She lived in Troup County most of her life, was a member of Big Springs United Methodist Church, and was retired from the Dunson Division of West Point Pepperell Manufacturing Co. She was the wife of the late Leonard lvens. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Margaret and Larry Craig of Big Springs; a grandson and his wife, Mike and Donna Craig of Big Springs; a granddaughter and her husband, Lisa and Robert Davis of Big Springs; and four great-grandchildren, Jennifer Davis mad Steven Davis of Big" Springs and Justin Craig and Rachel Craig of Panama City RATES ARE LOW. ACT QUICKLY!I.!  ummm $ ll0.(g)0 APR AMOUNI 5875% $-˘08 50 $525 21 $641 93 6,495% 5.375% $562 71 $72348 $884 26 5.675% IF'-'= :,coi a,,,,:r g, AMOUNI $20,000 9 00% $202.85 $30 000 $304 28 $50 () 0571 APR 1045% Call Joe Kennedy CALL Joe Kennedy , LOANS AVAILABLE TO SELFLOYED BOftROWERS  NO TAX RERNS NtD., LOANS ESPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR SLOW GRiT 80RROERS, 1% FlglN(NG TO BUY OR RffINCE, VA LO#tS Toll Free 866-653-1276 All Applications Accepted UNERALS Beach. Fla. The Claude A McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was m chm-ge of arrangements. Willie Joe Prophitt" June 5, 1935- October 25, 2002 Willie Joe Prophitt. 67, of Hogansville, died October 25 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted October 28 at the graveside in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville, The Reverend R.C. Prescott officiated and interment was with full military honors• Mr. Prophitt was born June 5, 1935 in Lanett, Alabama, son of the late dames and Rosa Prophitt. He retired in 1974 from the U.S. Army after twenty years of service and was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He had made his home in Hogansville since 1967 and also retired as a machinist from DeZurik Manufacturing Co. in IGrange. Survivors include his wife, Delores Martinez th'ophitt of Hogansville; four daughters, Barbara Ormand of LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Susan Vetter of LaGrange, Rose Vale of Cartersville, and Evelyn Prophitt of LaGrange; three sons, • a • • .) - Steven Prophltt of Colorado Springs, Colorad(. Curtm Eugene Prophitt of Hogansville, and Samuel Joseph Prophitt of Hogansville; one brother, Virgil Eugene Prophitt of Atlanta; and seven grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansfille was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. MaRie Lou Williamson September 14, 1904 - October 26, 2002 Mrs. Mattie Lou Williamson, 98, of Carrollton and a for- mer resident of Luthersville, died October 26 at Higgins General Hospital in Bremen. The funeral service was con- ducted October 28 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Johnny Williamson officiated and interment was in the Corinth Cemetery. Pallbearers were Scan Zadeh, Marc Maxwell, Steve Braddy, Ricky Ashley, Ricky Allred and Clint Carraway. Mrs. Witliamson was born September 14, 1904 in Heard County. She was a member of the First Assembly of God of Hogansville and had lived in Carrollton for the past five years. Survivors include one son. I,uther Williamson of Greenville; ten grandchildren, Tony Akery of Carrollton, Bobby Williamson of Pine Mountain, Shirley Nixon of • LaGrange, Dorothy Ashley of Hogansville, Margie McDaniel of Waco,doyce Dickey of Covington, Patricia Akery of Panama City Beach, Fla., Janet Mitchell of Hollywood, Fla., Rufus Akery of Pensacola, Fla., and John Akery, Jr. of Newnan; 19 great-grandchildren; and a number of great-great grandchil- dren and great-great-great-grandchildren. She was preced- ed in death by a daughter, Lucille Brown. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. By TAKING A TOUR - John and Eve McKibben Hogansville takes a tour of the Victoria Belle during the annual Hummingbird Kickoff Dinner week. By FRIENDS - Stankiewicz chats with Brown, Victoria Bell Main Street the annual and silent that kicks off Hummingbir Festival. By Bryan LET'S EAT - Chris Tucker of Tucker Boys in and wife, Elaine enjoyed the annual Hummingbird off dinner and silent auction last week held at the Bell located on E Main Street Deal din'or with the owncrt i If you have a little land and a big dream.., let's build.., together. LAGRANGE PROPANE SERVICES Inc. PROPANE GAS Time To Make ..... A Change 1103 Highway 34 675-8558 Bar 637-6621 Wte " • ir q 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 637-8400 Try the BIG 'TRA .atl H & H Builders • Commercial and Residential Remodeling • Concrete Work Terry Hester 706-884-2724 BODY SHOP* GLASS SHOP, AUTO REPAIR OUALff WORK IN RECORD lIME ---_.2-',Z'{eZ: ', t511 HAMILTON RD. PO, BOX H71 \\; LAGRANGE GEORGIA 30241 S& 375 Hwy 100 Hogansville 637-9753 When we were small and got into trouble, we would beg not to be punished for the offense. Even though there might .have been punishment, we were loved. The same is true with our heavenly Father. Though He may not change the consequences of our sins, He disciplines us with love. Weekly Bible Trivia W'nat was the rne of Aaron's sister ? (nswer found in this weeks scopture teling) \\; Sunday Monday Tuesday Wed. Thurs. Friday Saturday Exodus Exodus Exodus Exodus Exodus Exodus Exodus 15:1-7 15:8-15 15:16-20 15:21-23 15:24-27 16:1-3 16:4-12 B0000,tREai00e Hummingbird Station 1879 East Main HOGANSVILLE ....aJ * HOGANSVILLE'S ' ROGER'S Claude A. McKibben & Sons BAR B QU Funeral Home • • 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia -85 Exit 28. 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