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PAGE 8 HOGANSVIIX,E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2000 Hogansville Senior Citizens Observe Birthdays, Plan Crafts Sale Happy birthday to: Jane Hubbard, Dec. 8; Mary Hamilton, Dec. 9; Faith Smith, Dec. 20; Garrett Jackson, Dec. 22; Ann Yates and Betty Isreal, Dec. 30. The group will be going to Commerce on Friday, Dec.1 on a shopping trip. Any senior wanting to go should call the center. We have some openings. The only charge is that you buy your own lunch. Craft sale, and the store will be open on Friday, Dec. 8. will be lots of goodies for sale. Mrs. Ruby Forbus Heard August 31, 1920 - November 21, 2000 Franklin - Mrs. Ruby Jeanette Forbus Heard, 80, of Franklin, passed away at her home November 21 after many years of ill health. Funeral services were conducted November 24 from the Franklin United Methodist Church with the Reverends Marion Shivers, Rick McMahan, and Terry Harper officiating. Those serving as pallbearers were Talmadge Davis, Don Heard, Raymond Heard, Lance Taylor, Bob Kroch, Joel Phillips, Jerry Ridley, and Mason Alford. Interment followed in the Franklin City Cemetery. Mrs. Heard was born August 31, 1920 in Hogansville, daughter of the late James Manley Forbus, and the late Margaret Jeanette McClain Forbus. She served the children of Heard County as a teacher at Franklin Elementary School, and after several years of teaching, felt she could be more useful as a Case Worker with the Heard County Department of Family and Children Services. Her devotion to the children of Heard County will long be remembered by those she served. In addition to her work, Mrs. Heard was an active member of the Franklin United Methodist Church, and a beloved wife and moth- er. Survivors include two sons and daughters- in-law, Jim and Kay Heard of Lincolnton, and Hank and Patrice Heard of Cumming; one broth- er, James Forbus of Royston; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a host of adoring friends. She was preceded in death by her hus- band, John L. Heard. Tom Stutts and Son Funeral Home of Franklin was in charge of arrangements. Joe S. Adams June 10, 1955 - November 25, 2000 LaGrange - Joe S. Adams, 45, of LaGrange, died November 25 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted November 29 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Wesley Boatman offi- ciated and interment was in Shadowlawn Cemetery in LaGrange. Pallbearers were Barry Williamson, Ricky Barrintine, Rodney Creed, Greg Shelnutt, Randy Blanks, Buster Presley, and Larry Williamson. Mr. Adams was born June 10, 1955 in LaGrange, son of the late Darden Adams and Mrs. Louise Woods Adams of LaGrange. He was a lifelong resident of LaGrange and was a self- employed electrical contractor. Survivors, in addition to his mother, include one daughter, Miss Jennifer Jo Adams; two sons, Joseph Ace Adams and Steven Beau Adams; one stepdaughter, Miss Kim Jones; one sister, Mrs. Brenda Perkins; one brother, Kenneth Adams; former wife, Mrs. Wanda S. Adams, all of LaGrange; and several nieces and nephews. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrange- ments. Willie Alton Hunter November 20, 2000 Hogansville - Willie Alton "Butch" Hunter of Hogansville, died November 20 at Emery Hospital. Funeral services were held November 25th at Fellowship Baptist Church in Greenville. Rev. E.J. O&apos;Neal officiated and burial followed at the church cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Earlene Hunter; mother, Mrs. Minnie Hunter; one broth- er, Arelious Hunter, Jr.; six sisters, Mrs. Carolyn Brown, Mrs, Beverly White, Mrs. Franchester Smith, Mrs. Rochelle Ford, Mrs. Deverly Ford, and Mrs. Lynerrell Hardyman; eight stepchil- dren, Felix, Steven, Danny, Gloria, Wanda, Renee and Patricia Holloway, and Reece Upshaw; 24 grandchildren. West Georgia Mortuary of LaGrange was in charge of arrangements. .f- f- t 220 HIGHTOWER STREET WEST GEORGIA COMMONS MALL 3830 WHITE HOUSE PARKWAY THOMASTON, GA LAGRANGE, GA , WARM SPRINGS, GA (706) 647-9956 (706) 884-5599 (706) 655-3677 A Omnoe --00e00ur'sqm00 Engraving Co. 1103 Highway 34 ,,.m",-",,..,, ..,n = LaGrange, GA 30240 675-8558 Poe: 7,2-72o Fax: 706-882-0944 8v00Jvv 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 637-8400 Try the BIG XTRA H & H BUII00ERS Commercial and Residential Remodeling Concrete Work Terry Hester 706-884-2724 117 West Main Street Hogansville, GA 30230 James R. Thrash Funeral Director & Embalmer Bus: 637-8791 Home: 637-8436 pRmc,_s.noN Auto uoay Pmlmt Nepelf 706-884-9292 101 SERVICE PARK LN. ASE certified 17 years experience Foreign & Domestic Insurance claims wel- come Precision frame repair Expert paint match guaranteed BASF refinish technology Written warranty * Windshield replacement Power windows & lock repair * All work guaranteed 100% {J(rrp tl00e btar i00trp Sunday Judges 16:1-6 Monday Judges 16:7-12 Tuesday Judges 16:13-19 Wednesday Judges 16:20-23 Thursday Judges 16:24-27 Friday Judges 16:28-29 Saturday Judges 16:30-31 We decorate our Christmas trees with beautiful ornaments and ribbons. Wrapped presents for those we love tucked underneath its boughs sit waiting to be discovered. What a wonderful centerpiece for this time of celebration. Just as this tree in our homes is full of wonderful items and it keeps special gifts safe for us, our lives are full of so many fulfilling events and our gifts are precious. With all this excitement around us, let us not forget what is on top of it all. The tree is topped with the star that leads us to Christ. Keep the star in sight in our own lives and we will stay on the right path and the extras will not make us stray. Weekly Bible Trivia Who was the woman that caused Samson to lose his amazing strength? (answer found in this week's scripture reading) 1999 Commumty Features Williams I ALL I,INt":S OI: The Hammett Building 301 Broom St. Suite 101 LaGrange, GA 30240 Bus: 706-882-5567 IJnda Fowler Claude A. McKibben & Sons Funeral Home 208 Johnson Street Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-8623 207 South ttogansville, Bus: Melissa C FARMERS 300 BACON LAGRANGE, GA 3 N Q ERIC REISINGER, 706-884-3051 Hot Eats, Cool Treats 307-A Hwy. 29 South Hogansville, Georgia 706-637-9953 Ctowde['o At]to [le[i[ BboD aa(] TOWtB@ Full Collision Repair Paint Matching Insurance Claims Welcome Frame Straightening 24 Hour Towing Available 706-637-5277 Attorney at LmV 637-4558 Phil Waldrop 300 Main Street Hogansville, 706-637-8683 tHEVRONt H o0ansville Religious Supplies " o.. I -/" I MATTHEw S & Laundry ,,   * |  |24 Hr. Good Grocery I ]89 E. Moin Street I & Cleaners .:,'iX Church Supplies, Bibles.Robes-Sunday I ,,W,'/,, I Neighbor Service / _ ,.'d1" ! ' ',<k School Supplies. Hymnals,, Books" Tapes 3 75 Hwy I Hgnsvi"e'00A I =0an,=09 I 11., ,, -.,>, - .'k Gifts-Cards. Plaques. 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