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Page 6 • The Ctinth Countp NrWS • Wednesday, February 21,2001 Obituaries Inez Hunter Henderson Mrs. Inez Hunter Henderson, 76, of Fargo, died on Wednesday, February 14, 2001, at South Ceorgia Medical Center. She was a native of Naylor and long-time resident of Fargo. She was a member of the Statenville Church of God. Survivors include her hus- band, Ben Henderson of Fargo; one son, Benny Henderson of Fargo; two daughters, Velma Knight of Grayson and Mildred Parr of Fargo; three sisters, Genevia Beck, Irma Roach, and Ada Burns, all of Gainesville, Fla.; eight grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, February 16, in the Statenville Church of Cod with burial in the Bethel Primi- tive Baptist Church Cemetery near Fargo. Harry T. Reid Funeral Home was in charge of the arrange- ments. Rev. Edgar R. Davis, Jr. Rev. Edgar T. Davis, Jr., 85 of "Service with Dignity and Honor" Est. 1982. Roundtree Funeral Home, Inc. 409 E. Dame Ave. Phone: 912-487-5325 Homerville, Ga 31634 Fax: 912-487-2050 Pre-need Arrangments W. G. Smith Felton Roundtree Jonathan Roundtree Bobbie Roundtree Monument Service Ray Tomlinson James Register "Local People, Serving Local People" A U TO BROKE 983 VALDOSTA HW¥. * HOMI=RVILLE, GA (across from Clinch Banking Company) 487-3884 BANK FINANCING " FRONTI,INE I)RE()XVNED CARS & TRUCKS 999 FORD F-150 SUPERCAB only 10,000 miles ONLY $13,995 I 998 VOLKSWAGON BEETLE I loaded - low miles I automatic , I WAS $14,995 NOW ONLY $13,945 } Camilla died Wednesday, Febru- ary 14, 2001, at Mitchell County Hospital in Camilla. Funeral services were held at 11 a:. Saturday, February 17 at the FII Baptist Church in Camilla wl*th burial in Oakview Cemetery. Dr. Harris Malcom officiated. Active pallbearers were Jack Baker, Andy Collins, Miley Adams, James Lee Adams, Lynn Autry, Ferguson Cowen, Billy Tyson, and Bobby Gay. Honorary pallbearers included the past deacons of the First Baptist Church and the ministers of the Tuckers Baptist Association. Born July 24, 1915 in Lumber City, Ga., Rev. Davis was a min- ister of Camilla First Baptist Church for approximately 23 years. He was a former minister of Homerville Baptist Church, St. Simon Baptist Church, and served as interim pastor of other churches for many years, before retirement. He was a member of the Tucker Baptist Association. He was the son of the late Edgar T. Davis, Sr. and Carrier D. Davis. Survivors include his wife, Edna Royal Davis of Camilla; a son and daughter-in-law, Allen ART SMITH R S I 1997 FORD THUNDERBIRD I 39,000 miles I xtra clean, loaded ONLY $8,995 2000 FORD TAURUS LX loaded, only 20,000 miles ONLY $13,995 and Krista Davis of Pelham; a sister, Carolyn Smith of Hazel- hurst; a brother, Wiley Davis of Marietta; and a step-grandchild, Ashley Scott of Pelham. Parker-Bramlett Funeral Home was in charge of arrange- ments. Elizabeth G. Nobles Mrs. Elizabeth G. Nobles, 81, of Homerville, passed away late Friday night, February 16, 2001, in the South Georgia Medical Center m Valdosta after a brief illness. She was born and lived most of her life in Clinch Comity, Georgia and was preceded in death by her husband Raymond Nobles. She was a Baptist by faith. Survivors include three daughters and sons-in-law, Mary Lou and Bob Singletary of Home- rville, Deloris and Donald McCallum of Wray, Ga., Hazel and Allan White of Oviedo, Fiat; three sons and daughters-in-law, Jamos Huey and Judy Deen Wainsville, Johnny and Joanne Deen of Lakeland, Donald and Sherry Deen of Homerville; seven step-children, Mary Moye of Bakersfied, Ca., William H. Nobles of St. Stephens, S.C., Glo- ria Hisaw of Valdosta, Elizabeth GoffofValdosta, Joe A. Nobles of Hahira, Lois Jordan of Apollo Beach, Fla., Merrie Zipper of Valdosta; one sister, Cleo Reyals of Pearson, 15 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, 27 Step- grandchildren, 45 step-great grandchildren and nine step great-great-grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock on Monday, Februao" 19, 2001 in the New Vision Church of God with burial in Pine Forest Cemetery. Music Funeral Services, Inc. of HomerviUe served the Noble family. W.L. "Shorty" Musgrove Mr. W. L. "Shorty" Mus- • grove,85, a former Sheriff and life long resident of Clinch Coun- ty passed away Friday, February 9, 2001, at Louis Smith Hospital meter a lengthy illness. LI= " : L,I:w._ a nember of Home- xlle Freewill Baptist Cimrch, where he served on the Board of Trustees for several years. He retired from Slash Pine Electric aider 28 years of service. He served the people of Clinch County as their Sheriff from 1972 through 1976. He entered the United States Army October 21, 1942 and served until Octo- ber 16, 1945 and served until October 16, 1945. During this time he served in World War II where he received five Battle Stars, one of which was for the Battle at Normandy in France in 1945. He is survived by his wife, Vera Musgrove of Homerville; three daughters and sons-in- law; Emily M. and Johnny Griff- is of Fargo, Mary Ann and W.C. Burkhalter, Vivian and Jr. Allen, of Homerville; one son and daughter-in-law; Walter "Musky" and Peggy Musgrove of Live Oak_, Fla. eight grandchil- dren, Walt Musgrove, Megan Musgrove, John Griffis, Jr., Emily Ann Levings, Adam Burkhalter, Joseph Burkhalter, Lee Allen, and Kevin Allen; seven great-grandchildren; two sisters, Eula Le Foskey of Home- rville, and Verna Horton of Thomasville; three brothers, L. D. Musgrove of HomerviUe, Aulden Musgrove and Clyde Musgrove of Live Oak, Fla.; a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday, February 12, in the Homerville Freewill Baptist Church with Rev. Jeff Goodman and Rev. Damon Dodd official> ing. Mr. Musgrove's grandsons, John Griffis, Jr.. Walt Musgrove, Adam Burkhalter, Joseph Burkhalter, Lee Allen, and Kevin Allen served as Active Pallbearers. Serving as Hon- orary Pallbearers were John Griffis, Sr., W. C. Burkhalter, Jr. Allen, Lucious Wilson, Jimmy Wilson and Mr. Musgrove's , Adult. Sunday School Class of Homerville Freewill Baptist Church. Congregational Hymns were done with special music, "Amaz- ing Grace" by Rev. and Mrs. Jeff Goodman. Burial followed in the Pine Forrest Cemetery in Ho Music Funeral Servi¢ of Homerville served fl grove family. Carrie Lee Smi Mrs. Carrie Lee Sm passed away Saturday, 10, 2001 in the South Medical Center, Valdosta ing a brief illness. A native and lifelong of Clinch County she homemaker and band in the family store. She was a member Homerville Congre Methodist Church and daughter of the late and Frances Bennett was the widow of Neal C. Survivors are and sons-in-law, Harry Barber Rebecca and Cecil Tison 0 burg, Fla., Rose Michaels of Orange six grandchildren and spouses, Pare Cuervo cross, Susana and of Waycross, Rob Tison  Tison of Leesburg, FI,I and Keith Michael Michaels of Orange one brother-in-law Bruce and Rachel S Homerville and several atives. Funeral services for Smith were held Tuesday, i ary 13 at two o'clock Homerville Congr:' Methodist Church. Officiating was the ' madge Guess Burial was in the Church Cemetery. . Active pallbearers were, Riggins, Gerald Smith, :; Farmer, Dr. Terry smith,: I Cassotta and Wiley Rev. Talmadge Gu% Guess, Paul Barber, au DOugL sang "hmazg and "How Great Tho accompanied by Mrs. Guess on the piano. M. Tison played the prelu¢[ postlude music on the o Reundtree Funeral I4€ Homerville was in charg e arrangements. , John Emory Dr. John Emory Valdosta died of l sis on Friday, February following a He was born on July 7, Fargo, Ga. to NancT ley and William H. ly in 1946. His father 1962 and his fiaother in He is survived by si and brothers-in-law, Texas, Lynette and McClain of Sierra Helen and Fred Ge Niceville, Fla., Doroth Robert Coats of Goldsbo Hazel and G.C. Lee of P Tiny and Wallace Boze Dade City, Fla. and one and sister-in-law Wfllia Roseanne B. Mobley of ton, V and Valdosta. nieces and nephews great-nieces and nephev¢$ Dr. Mobley received hiS! graduate degree from State College, after wt served in the US Army J many. When he returd completed a Masters Dell Education from the UniV Georgia. He received his ! ate in Psychology from 0 State University. He worked for many f Columbus Tech. FolloWit retirement, he taught at Corgia Military Coll Throughout his career active in many commuaiff ities such as playing ba VSC and in the Army, ! and various leagues in t] dosta area. He coached baseball teams and waS ber of Rotary and nt other civic organizations. Funeral services were Sunday, February 11, 2r('( o clock in the chapel of McLane Funeral Home. Pallbearers were  Kenneth Lee, Josh Lee, I Lee, William Mobley,  Mdain, Bryan Luke, Metcalf. Rev. Mike Lyons offi " ;: He was buried at Ne¢ Cemetery near Fargo. Carson McLane : Home of Valdosta was