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PAGE 6-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY NOV. 27, 2003 Nancy L. Williams November 14, 1909 - November 22, 2003 Pine Hill Christian Church Member Nancy Landers Williams, 94, of Pine Hill, AL, died Saturday, Nov. 22 at Twin Fountains Home in LaGrange. Funeral services were held Monday, Nov. 24 at Pine Hill Christian Church in Randolph County, AL. Minister Ralph Posey officiated and interment followed in the church ceme- tery. Pallbearers were Brian Williams, Thames Williams, W.F. Stillwell, O'Neal Stillwell, John Henry Stillwell, Mike Willingham, and Jack Simpson. Born Nov. 14, 1909, in Randolph County, she was the daughter of the late Francis and Mary Lee Mitchum Landers. She lived in LaGrange before making her home in Pine Hill in 1941 and was a member of Pine Hill Christian Church. She was the wife of the late Hugh M. Williams. Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, Elmer and Pam Williams of Hogansville; two daughters, Clara Daniel of Hogansville and Elsie Lee McCullough of Huguley, AL; one sister, Lucille Willingham of LaGrange; five grandchil- dren; and a number of great-grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. In Memory of Homer Crumbley June 24, 1910 - November 16, 1995 It will be eight years ago, Nov. 26 When you passed away, Daddy. We miss you in so many ways The love we can always remember. The emil e you wore. Sometimes its painful and we don't understand. With tears in our eyes, God understands. That's why we face tomorrow. I told myself you are in our hearts And you will always be. You always said there was a mansion built for you. Now you have your older son ith you. Sometimes I wish both of you were here, But God knows best. God always knows the best. Your wife, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren Virginia Kent HogansviUe ( e i i! i: i BRINGING BACK MEMORIES- Antioch Baptist Church celebrated Old Fashioned Day recently. Long dresses, ban nets, aprons, shawls, high top shoes, overalls, hats, and flashy ties were worn by many of the congragation. A children got in the act as well. Among those taking part were Cameron Kent, Vonnie Haman, Frances Robinson, Kent, Betty Hammeth and Edna Barker. Shown here are Rev. Wesley Boatman, Charles Lee, J.C. Daniel, Joe S Virginia Kent and Buddy Hammill. The Good News Trio was a special guest for both services we encouraged thei gospel singing. Church: ',Much tc, be Thankful We, at Family Worship Center of Hogansville at 515 Industrial Road, have much to be thankful for. We are so excited about the many visitors we've had with us during recent servic- es and we'd be delighted to have you join us. Sunday school is at 10 a.m.; morning worship serv- ices start at 11; and evening services begin at 6. We have Wednesday evening services as well, starting at 7. Our pastor is James Calhoun. Our church has a lot to offer the entire family. Sr. Saints, Men's and Ladies' and Youth groups all have regu- lar meetings schedules. We enjoy the wonderful fellowship shared by these groups in service to the Lord, and we welcome you with open arms. Come see us soon. Verse of the "Giving thanks always for things unto God and Father in the name of Lord Jesus ChristA Ephesians 5:20 Carpenter Circle Discusses Shoebox Proj The Betty Carpenter prayer by Mavis Garr, ett;and Banquet on Dec. 3, and a cov- was presented by Williams. Circle of the Hogansville the reading of minutes by ered-dish meal at 6:30 p.m. PattiPhillipsl First Baptist Church met Helen Stephens. with Rev. Willis telling of his To Prayer reading there Monday afternoon, November hostesses trip to Jamaica. Deuteronomy 34:5-12, Nov. 17. Attending were were Stephens with refresh- There will be no Betty the prayer focus, Mavis Garrett, Mary Jo ments and Williams with the Carpenter Circle meeting in Telegu of India, read Keith, Mary Kathryn program. December. names and places Gillespie, Helen Stephens, Treasurer's report: Mary Hostesses for January of missionaries having Lillian Howell, Belle Willis, Kathryn Gillespie. will be Mavis Garrett with birthday Patti Phillips, Mavis Phillips, The November project is the program and Mary ing with a prayer. Joyce Williams, Nettle Rowe Sh0eboxes for Operation Gillespie with refreshments. Pound cake with and Jean Miller. Christmas Child. The program, Leading Whip, cheese cookies, The Call to order was by December project is Her People To The Promised free cookies, grapes, tea, Lillian Howell; opening Lottie Moon Christmas Land, about Rose Ignacio, Coke, and water were serve( ! ''"'w Hummingbird Station #1 I T' 1 24 Hr. 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