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April 17, 2002

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Page 2 • :be :l|ntb ¢0unly .e .Wednesday, April 17, 2002 -- Obituaries . 99¢ Subway S ............... , +.,.,oo.++,. l Footlong Sub of equal or lesser price only : Thelma Deese Morgan, for 99¢ Wil: thiCsstoatre ( Nth any  70' passed away 'rhursday Th morning in the Clinch Tea only Homerville other offers | Memoriali an extendedH°spitalillness,'-.f°ll°w- _'Ibg,Sinl I : I Offer expires 3-1-03 One coupon per customer per visit I ; A native of Holmes.the - ,,,,    m Florida : 2222 ..... _ - --- L .2222222.___ LI I I1'"": JIJ'llllll IInlnll ' Jimmy and Evelyn Wilson sang "When I Cross That River", "Mama's Teaching Angles How to Sing", and "I Want Us To Be Together In Heaven", and congregation sang County, she had "Amazing Grace". i Inllll years of service. He was a member of the VFW, and was one of the oldest mem- bers of Guest Mill Pond where he caught and holds the record for the World's Largest Jack Fish. He had been interviewed by Field tives, t Funeral services McQuaig wet e; Wednesday, April at three o'clock Trinity Baptist Officiating waS Falgout and Rev "Service with Dignity and Honor" Est. 1982 R0undtree Funeral Home, Inc, 409 E. Dame Ave. Homerville, Ga. 31634 Pre-need Arrangements Phone: 912-487-5325 Fax: 912-487-2050 Monument Service "Local People, Serving Local r'--- :" I -e --'1 I AND RECEIVE I I I 10% ,, OFF n A Compete Exhaust Lim imm m m mmm m mmm m Imm Iml m mml im ml im m m m mm a Imm mwa m ml COME IN FOR A FREE EST]:/TE ED'S BP SERVICE INC. 300 S. Church St. • Homerville • 487-2500 rived in Clinch County for 56 years. She was a house- wife and attended the Church of God. She was the daughter of the late Willie B. Deese and Sallie Hallford Deese and widow of Clarence Morgan. She was preceded in death by one brother Junior Deese. Survivors are two daugh- ters and sons-in-law, Joyce and Danny Canon of Homerville, Ann and Dub Gilbert of Alma; three sons and daughters-in-law, Terry and Nancy Morgan, Dennis and Peggy Morgan all of Homerville; Paul and Melissa Morgan of Manor; One sister and brother-in- law, Velma and Alfred Jordan of Homerville; one , - PUBLIC NOTICE The Joint Commissign on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations will conduct an accreditation survey of Ware Visiting Nurses Services on May 13-16, 2002. The purpose of the survey will be to evaluate the organization's compli- ance with nationally established Joint Commission standards. The survey results will be used to determine whether, and the conditions under which accreditation should be awarded the organization. Joint Commission standards deal with organizational quality of care issues and the safety of the environment in which care is provided. Anyone believing that he or she has pertinent and valid information about such matters may request a public information interview with the Joint Commission's field representatives at the time of the survey, information presented at the interview will be carefully evaluated for relevance to the accreditation process. Requests for a public information interview must be made in writing and should be sent to the Joint Commission no later than five working days before the survey begins. The request must also indicate the nature of the information to be provided at the interview. Such request should be addressed to: Division of Accreditation Operations Home Care Service Team Joint Commission on Accreditation of I-lealthcare Organizations One Renaissance Boulevard Oekbrook Terrace, IL. 60181 The Joint Commission will acknowledge such requests in writing or by telephone and will inform the organizations of the request for any inter- view. The organization will, in turn, notify the interviewee of the date, time, and place of the meeting. This notice is posted in accordance with the Joint Commission's require- ments and may not be removed before the survey is completed. \\; brother and sister-in-law, Johnny and Sara Deese of Homerville; 13 grandchil- dren; 11 great-grandchil- dren and several other rela- tives. Funeral services for Mrs. Morgan were held Saturday, April 13, 2002 at two o'clock from the New Vision Church of God. Officiating was Rev. Raymond Canon, Rev. David L. Vanoy, Rev. Keith Chauncey and Rev. Jerry Baldree. Burial was in the Shiloh Church Cemetery. Active pallbearers were Franklin Hallford, Lamar Jordan, Troy Jordan, Kevin Touchton, Scott Touchton and John Moore. Honorary pallbearers were Allen Peeples, Seen McCall, Larry Goss, Ray Howling, Clint Beverly and Lester Cribbs. Roundtree Funeral Home of Homerville was in charge of arrangements. Lee Eugene Yarbrough Lee Eugene Yarbrough, 67, of Homerville passed away Wednesday morning April 10, 2002, at his resi- dence following a brief ill- ness. A native of Cedartown, Ga., he had lived in Homerville for several years. He had worked at several different jobs in this area. He was the son of the late Ernest E. Yarbrough and Wounell Clinton Yarborough. He is survived by several friends in the community and a special little girl, Abby Griffin who prayed for him every night. Graveside services were held Saturday, April 13, 2002, at two o'clock, in Pine Forest Cemetery. Officiating was Rev. Keith Chauncey and Rev. Jesse Stalvey. W. G. Smith sang "Amazing Grace". Roundtree Funeral Home was in charge of arrange- ments. Baxley McQuaig, Jr. Mr. Baxley McQuaig, Jr., 78, passed away at his resi- dence Sunday aiernoon, April 7, 2002, following an extended illness. A native of Ware County, he had lived in Clinch County most of his life. He was a member of the Homerville First Baptist Church, he was retired from the Department of Transportation as a Senior Civil Engineer with 37 CCHS team competes competitio00 sists of six students. The areas of competition are forestry, soils, wildlife, water quality and current environmental issues. The Clinch team consist- ed of Cliff Tippens, Ryder Godfrey, Pete Smith, Shannon O'Berry, and Derek Cook. The advisor for the team is Jerry Baldree. The team also won the top score in the soil section of testing. The team will go to the state competition at the FFA/FHA Camp in Newton County on Friday and Saturday, May 3-4. in Envkothon The Clinch County High School team won fourth place at the South Georgia Competition of the Georgia Envirothon. The competition was held Wednesday, March 20, at the Little Ocmulgee State Park near McRae. This com- petition is an environmen- tal contest for high school students. 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He was preceded in death by one sister, Joyce Boy& Survivors are his wife, Jessie Lanier McQuaig of Homerville; three daughters and sons-in-law, Charlotte and Alan Pope of Homerville, Cindy McCarty, Helen and Lance Jones all of Albany; one son and daughter-in-law, Macky and Sandi McQuaig of Homerville; two step-daugh- ters and sons-in-law, Melissa and Charlie Mills of Charleston, S. C., Deedee and • John ""Thomas ' "of Valdosta; one step-son, Mike Griffin of Homerville; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Fred and Peaches McQuaig of Thomasville, Roy and Virginia McQuaig of Valdosta; five grandchil- dren; two great-grandchil- dren; and several other rela- O'Berry. Active Sammy Tolle, McQuaig, Loren Berrien Sutton, Deloach, McClaine and Blitch. Honorary were Ray Freddie Trowell Douglas, Bill Jimmy Owen Griffin, Henry Moylan, McQuaig, Reva Christopher, Henderson, Henderson, Henderson, Jernigan, Walter Samuel Richard James, , Dewayne Corbitt, George Pudden Griffin, Landrum, George Butch Mc( Fortner, and "Bennett. Berrien ritten In Red* congregation "Amazing GraceL Burial was Cemetery. Roundtree of HomerviUe is i the arrangementS. ROAD CLOSURE A request has been made to County Road 172, (Herrin between Mexico Road and Hie As is county policy, this road notice will be advertised for two to reoeive public oomments on closure request. Comments should be Chairman John W. 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