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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, DEc. 16, 2004 PAGE 7-A Joseph Lee McDuffie March 2I, I935 - December 7, 2004 Mechanic for Delta Airlines Joseph Lee McDuffie, age 69, of Warm died Tuesday, Dec. 7, at his resi- Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. , Dec. 9, at Mt. Hope Baptist Church Rev. Jim Hilderbrand officiating. Interment followed in the church ceme- ' with the following serving as pallbear- Steven Paul, Ivey Lamer, Mike Roberts, and Rick Roberts. pallbearers were Jim Player, John Tommy Wiggins, and Raymond t] Mr. McDuffie was born March 21, 1935, College Park, a son of Joseph Wilton iq ." and Annie Pearl Broom McDuffie A U.S. Air Force Veteran, he was d as a mechanic for Delta Airlines and :( of the Warm Springs Village Mall. n was a graduate of College Park High where he played varsity football, and as Battalion Commander and Lt. the ROTC. He was a member of Baptist Church of College Pare LSurvivors include his wife, Mary Ellen ~iams McDuffie of Warm Springs; his Wilton McDuffie of Mableton; sons in-law, Venessa of Woodstock, Deondra Paul Tina Emerson and of Fayetteville, and Joy Ward of ; three sisters and brothers-in- Kathy and Charlie McWilliams of St. FL, Sandra and Buster Wilkinson and Brenda and Bill Randolph of a brother, John Cochran of 11 grandchildren; Damon Paul, Britni Emerson, Kayla Emerson, Emerson, Levi Lanier, Ariel Fischer, Jesse Fischer, Jordan Fischer, Lee Lanier; two great-grandchildren, and Owen Fischer. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his may be made to the American Lung 4570 Reese Rd. Columbus, Ga. Smith-Steele-Meadows Funeral Home of was in charge of arrangements. Ethel Strickland March 27, 1911 - December 11, 2004 Retired from Uniroyal After 40 Years Ethel Blair Stricldand, 93, of Hogansville, Saturday, Dec. 11, 2004, at Southern Medical Center in Riverdale. The funeral service will be held at 1 p.m., , Dec. 16, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in ~.qtHogml~.~ternient ~ be in Holly Hill IMe~~ffi~:~ ~'~" . ] Born March 27, 1911, in old Campbell [County, Mrs. Strickland was the daughter of the late Melvin and Ruthie Hesterley Blair. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints, LaGrange Branch; retired from Uniroyal, Inc. after 40 years service; and was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. She was the wife of the late James M. Stricldand. Survivors include a daughter, Myrtie S. Strickland of Forest Park; three grandchil- dren, Lynn and Paul Ralston of McDonough, Kaye and Steve Smith of Hogansville, and Van and Cynthia Strickland of Osprey, FL; 10 great grandchildren; and 12 great-great- grandchildren. The Claude A. McKihben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville is in charge of arrarigements. W'flliam 1". Watson January 3, 1939 - December 10, 2004 Member of Ma__sonic Lodge #93 William T. (Sonny) Watson, 65, of Hogansville, died Friday, Dec. 10, at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. The funeral service was held at 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 12, at First ~Baptist Church of GrantviUe. Rev. Marion Price and Rev. Ed Wyatt officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Mike Smith, Otis Smith, Greg Tucker, Jr., Jonathan Tucker, Sam Withers, Scott Thompson, Chuck Thompson, and Joe Neill. Honorary pallbearers were TerreU Clark, Ezra Whitmore, John Cranston, Jr., and Bobby Cranston. Mr. Watson was bern January 3, 1939, in Coweta County, and lived in the Hogansville area most of his life. He owned and operat- ed Complete Auto Repair Service in Hogansville, was a member of the First Baptist Church of Grantville, and was a mem- ber and past worshipful master of Hogansville Masonic Lodge #93. Survivors include his wife, Carolyn Shelnutt Watson, of Hogansville; two sons and a daughter-in-law, William, Jr. and Becky Watson of Thomaston and Joe Watson of LaGrange; two step-sons and a step-daugh- ter-in-law, Greg and Cindy Tucker and Trey Tucker, all of Hogansville; his mother, Gladys Nichols Watson of Newnan; a sister and broth- er in-law, Cheryl and Lany Beckom of Newnan; four grandchildren, Will Watson III, Jay Watson, Greg TUcker, Jr. (whom he caned his best friend), and Jonathan Tucker, and two great grandchildren, Nolan Tucker and Tatum Tucker. He was preceded in death by his father, William Lorenza Watson, and two sisters, Billie Faye Quick and Margaret Potts. Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. DOUBLE D~ - Santa Claus, bearing a strong resemblance to Sanford Colquitt, is serving Warm Spdngs folks with holiday surprises as well as mail. Hark, the Postal Angels Bring... Residents Witness Santa Delivering Mail, Surprises Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus...and he not only brings presents on Christmas morning to good little girls and boys, but he also helps good mailmen deliver and pick up mail...on special occasions. To the surprise and excitement of many children, and adults as well, on Dec. 4, the mail on the rural route in Warm Springs was delivered by jolly old Saint Nicholas him- self. This is a custom that Santa began sev- eral years ago, as it helps him observe the location of all the children in the area. The actual mail carrier, Sanford Colquitt, recruited Santa, after much bargaining and promises to also help Santa out with his busy schedule. Mailman Colquitt also supplies a box of money, which he collects throughout the year from stamp sales, to let the children dip in and keep all the money that one little hand can hold. There is also fruit and candy for all who would like to partake. So if you missed this momentous event, here are some photos for you to enjoy from this special day. Remember, this is an annual event, and STARTING THE DAY - San4ord Claus gets his regular mail and surprises ready. :: Santa will again be delivering mail one day ~! next Christmas Season. So tell your.friends : and plan now not to miss it. Students of the Month Honored Hogansville Elementary School has named its stu- dents of the month for December. They are Alana Striblin from Mrs. Burkett's class, Whitney Barber from Mrs. Dudley's class, Emarie Kazmi from Mrs. Guy's class, and Tommy Carey from Mrs. Niccum's class. Andrianna Owens in Mrs. Doyle's class, and Shania Rosser in Mrs. Wynn's class. Second grade students of the month are Olivia Leyva in Mrs. Beetles' class, Synahia Tigner in Mrs. Holstun's class, and Devin Scott in Mrs. Dokken's class. Third grade students of Barrett in Mrs. Bailey's class. Fourth grade students Of the month are Taylor Matin in Mrs. Massengale's class and Chasity Boyd in Mr. Stollar's class. Fifth grade students of the month are Rebecca Vosburgh in Mrs. the month are Allison Shaw Mclntosh's class, Jordarr First'grade,tudents of - in MTs.' ~r's "cla~s~ "S~lin Lfi: IVPrs: Hanner's the month are Zoe Cantress Jeremy Flournoy in Mrs. class and Ashley Lesley in in Mrs. O'Donnell's class, Hart's class, and Audrey Mrs. Allen's class. Ha Reliamus Supplies Hummingbird Station #1 g .,a~,H,,c c::rips:Uu(:~:c~'~bL@ds!=c~?U"yP~ ~~l~S 1879 East Main St. Fune~ HomemlUtmt s~, 7~l~b~ HOGANSVILLE s s0== 637-9001 637-6621 706.412.O367 706.~-m23 Hogansville Pharmacy Phil Waldrop Downtown Hogansvi~ aad Imde hgles " 637-6~ or 637-6422 300 Main Street Hogans~lle, Georgia 706-637-8683 Jim Campbell Sales Manager 706-882-6643 1006 Hogansville R~ LaGrange, GA Res: 706-6374588 Fax 706-845-1733 1-80(0438-6127 BODY SHOP. GLASS SHOP. 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