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HOGANSVIIA2 HOME NEws - NOVEMBER 25, 1999 PAGE 3 .... = / ;?=! q ?::/ /7 <?! ; ; .... Deaths and Funerals Emily Fuller June 4, 1931 November 20, 1999 Mrs. Emily Fuller, 68, of Luthersville, died Thursday, November 1999, at Emery Peachtree Regional Hospital in Newnan. The funeral service was conducted at two p.m., Saturday, 20, at the Luthersville United Methodist Church. The the Reverend Floyd Tenney, and the Ronnie Hughes officiated and interment was in the Cemetery. Pallbearers were Tommy Wilson, Barry Wilson, Mike Hughes, Greg McCoy and Chuck Fuller. Mrs. Fuller was born June 4, 1931, in Luthersville. She was a of the Luthersville United Methodist Church, was retired the First American Bank in Luthersville, and was the wife late Henry Fuller. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Sandra E Jones of AL.; four sons, Donald L. Fuller of Kathleen, and Clark Fuller, Thomas Edward Fuller, and Ben O. Fuller, all of her mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Reid of Luthersville; two sisters, Mrs. Gwen Hughes of r and Mrs. Betiy McCoy of Gulf Shores, AL.; three broth- Herbert O. Wilson of Columbus, Billy Wilson of Dacula, and Wilson of Clarkesville, Tenn.; nine grandchildren; and one Contributions in memory of Mrs. Fuller may be made to the Cemetery Fund. Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Josephine Wells February 2, 1916 - November 18, 1999 Mrs. Josephine Sewell Wells, 83, of Indialantic Florida and a native of Lone Oak community, died Thursday, November 18, at Holmes Regional Medical Center in Melbourne Beach Florida. Funeral services were conducted at 4 .m. Sunday, November 21 at Allen Lee Memorial United Methodist Church in Lone Oak. Reverend Rance Sprayberry officiated and interment was in the church cemetery. Pall bearers were R. Stan Barber, Marc W. Barber, Fred Barnes, R. Wayne Sewell, J. Tom Sewell, and Pete Johnson. Mrs. Wells was born February 2, 1916, in Lone Oak, the daugh- ter of the late Mattie and Atticus P. Sewell. Before making her home in Indialantic two years ago, she lived in Decatur and was retired from Atlanta Gas-Light Company. She was a member of Allen-Lee UMC. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs Delayne Wells of Indialantic; a sister, Mrs.Ruth Whelchel of Decatur; a brother, A.Pierce Sewell, Jr, of Eclectic, Alabama; three grandchildren; and one great grand- child. Claude A McKibben and Sons Funeral Home was in charge United Methodist Church or to the Luthersville of arrangements. ........... Mountville News Members of the MountviUe Methodist Women met 15 at the home of Jack and Jones of Hogansville- area to make plans the Advent Season. Mrs. Jones presented a pro- poemsand on "Random Kindness". emphasized it is important "Practice random kindness acts of beauty. Vice President Wanda r welcomed the women's presented the dave- tion. UMW members participat- hag included: Angela Chambers, Wanda Costley, Gayla Jones, Lillie Mar Mills, Jean Mote, Willette Phillips, Helen Thrash, Mar Towns, and Alma Wood, all of Mountville area; and Marty Wagner of Moreland. The UMW also "welcomed home" Louise Candle Horvath who is a native of Mountville and grew up in Troup County. Mrs. Horvath recently moved from DeKalb County and pur- FRANKLIN H. THORNTON ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE: P.O. Box 2965 206 Ridley Avenue LaGrang,.orgia 30241 ..... Phone: (706) 884-0339 (706).4-0449 ., ...... GRANTVILLE OFFICE: 1 Main Street .. Grantviile, Georgia 30220 Phone: (770) 583-2691 i, . + Fax: (770) 58'3-2697. "For the best & the friendliest servicel" "Pit-Cooked" 1-85 @ Exit 6, Hogansville (at Hummingbird Station) 637-4100 Fax 637-4114 Lunch Special .... $4.95 Includes meat,  Zina 2 vegetables, n bread & homemade dessert: Pike Mon.-Fri. 11-2 Fried Green Tomatoes Catfish Ribs Chicken Saturday, November'27, 1999, 7:'.00 PM Warner Robins Civic Center 700 Watson Blvd. Talent: Poet Voices Atlvance tickets: '12.00 at the doo. '15.00. Children ages I I & under FREE with an adult. Doers open at 6:00 PM. Advance tickets available in WARNER ROBINS- Christian Book Store, 237 N. Davis Dr. 2491. PERRY-Seeds 936 Carroll St 16th Ave. (912) 273-3856. Accents, 222 Main St (912) 374-5902. DUBUN-The Olive Branch Chrisn Book Store, 2036 Veterans Blvd. 19! 2) 272-3203. MILLEDGIU.E-Chd*xian wodd SuPPlY, 1686 N. Columbia St. (9'2) 452-6334. THg, M ,,MAST,I606:Grir's House of Vaffet%'1525 HIghy i V I u- 3339. 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Jean Mote, a member of the Council for the Interfaith Feed Closet, reported she delivered 85 pounds of canned food donat- ed by members of the Mountville United Methodist Church to the Food Closet. She explained the canned food is being collected the second Sunday of each month at the church. The UMW made plans to for- ward a contribution to Murphy- Harpst-Vashti Homes to pro- vide gifts for the children's "Christmas Wish List". The women's society will also "adopt a family during the holiday season" to provide a gift certificate. In addition, poinsettias will be delivered to the sick and shut- ins of the church community by the UMW.  Plans were made for Jeah' Mote to arrange wreaths for the church doors. Gayla Jones and Wanda Costley will coordinate plans for poinsettias to be placed in the sanctuary in mem- ory or in honor of loved ones. I The Rev. Dane Wagner, pas- tor of the Mountville, Big Springs and Odessadale United Methodist Churches, announced the annual Christmas program, "Living i I Christmas Cards", will be pre-  sented Sunday, December 19, 7 p.m. In the Mountville UMC !,iI sanctuary. , The Christmas Program is ,+ being directed by Angela ' Chambers, Kay Humphries and !a Nancy Newsome. A group of volunteers will be working with set, costumes, props, lights, etc. itl I Following the Christmas li Program, the UMW will host a "Family Night" reception. Coordinator of local church activities, Jean Mote and Alma [ Wood will serve as hostesses. I 'on"e served rfre'sh-] 8rrnts tb  e.'s sci,ry., 4 Mrs. Cosfly ann0unced  the 1 next meeting will be held January 10, 2000. Assembly of God by doyce Richardson "And let us consider one another., not forsaking the assembling of ourselves togeth- er." Hebrews 10:24,25 I love Thy Church, O God! I prize the heavenly ways - Her sweet communion, solemn vows, Her hymns of love and praise. - Dwight Seven days without church makes one weak. Sunday morning Brother Hill's text was from John 11:25,26, "Jesus said I am the Resurrection and the Life." Sunday evening was youth night. Brother Hill brought forth the message "Believe God!" Hebrews 11:13. Happy Anniversary to Everette and Dorothy Davis. Sunday morning Johnnie Williamson was the special speaker at the Bethel Church of God in Carrollton, Georgia. And Sunday evening, he was at the Rockmuts Church of God in Rockmuts, Alabama. December 5 at 6 p.m. Johnnie Williamson will begin a Revival at the Lighthouse Church of God on Jenkins Street in LaGrange. you are cordially invited to attend. II Ill ))z HAl T}b\\;NI(SGIXqNG Something of God Something of God pours into me From the blue of the sky above from the song of a bird, the red of the rose, the touch of the hand I love. Something of God pours into me from the oceans tidal roar as I stand alone on the window swept sand and watch the sea gulf roar. Something of God pours into me from the mountain capped with snow, from the pine tree swaying gently as the summer breezes flow. There's something of God in everything, and in everyone we see, I pray for the grace to see Him in others and hope they will see Him in me. Leah Zink I Chamber of : Commmerce Book Fair Dec. 2 for Thanksgi ,ring J / hezd of Time, INn Walk-Ira | TROUP Reads will sponsor a Scholastic Book Fair Thursday December 2 from 11 am. tmtil 5 p.m. on LaFayette Plaza at the LaGrange Troup County Chamber of Commerce. Books for all ages can be pur- chased for half price.For more information,, call the Chamber office at 706-884-8671. CAKE BOX Mew L0aIiot: 4 Eut LMalette Square ,. LaGmlge EA,, .7M.884.7334 .... IP[0IoIiXoj, , +, o r tq i 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Tape & In 3 or 4 Bedrooms. 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