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PAGE 6 THE FLORALA NEWS- WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 2015 Obituaries Church Services ( Church Activities ( Meetings ( CANEY CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH Caney Creek Baptist Church, welcomes you to join them Sunday morn- ing at 10 a.m. for Sunday school, 11 a.m. worship service, 5 p.m. evening service', Wednesday service 6 p.m. Located Hwy. 2 West DeFuniak Springs, FL. Pastor is Michael Randall. CHILDREN'S HOME ASSEMBLY Children's Home As- sembly of God Church invites all to join for Wednesday night prayer service 7-8 p.m., Com- munity Bible Study each Thursday evening from 7-8 p.m., and Sunday morning worship, 11 a.m. The church is located at 6974 Co. Hwy. 147 West, Laurel Hill, FL. Call for additional information 850-834-5199. CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST OF FLORALA The Church of God In Christ of Florala in- vites you to worship ev- ery Tuesday 7 p.m. for prayer service and Bible study. Sunday school 9:30 am. Morning wor- ship 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome and invited to attend all services. Pas- America is the greatest nation in the world and has been for over four hundred years. People came from the four corners of the world and are still coming. When our nation was founded it was on God's principles and a strong belief in Jesus Christ, His Son and our Savior. America won our independence, wrote our Con- stitution, elected our president, congressmen, and senators and became a great nation. Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of England, recently deceased, said in a speech not long before her death that "The modern world be- gan July 4, 1776." From the foundation of the world God has had a plan and He is still alive and working out His plan. His desire is that we believe in Him and accept His Son, Jesus Christ, as our Savior and Lord, but He also gave us the free-will to choose. Our self-righteousness will never be good enough to stand before God. It is only the shed tor, EIder.J.C. Rodgers. CLEAR SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. John Knopes, pastor and congregation of Clear Springs Bap- tist Church invites all to worship, fellowship and celebrate God's pres- ence. Sunday morning Bible study classes, 9:45 a.m., Worship Service, 11 a.m., Bible study 5 p.m.; Wednesday prayer service 6:30 p.m. Clear Springs Baptist Church is located at 1284 High- way 85 N. EMMANUEL APOSTOLIC CHURCH Emmanuel Apos- tolic Church, 1815 Ninth Street, Florala invites all to worship. Service times are Sunday 10:30 a.m; Wednesday 7 p.m.; Youth service first and third Friday 7 p.m. Sun- day School and nursery on Sunday mornings. For information call 850-225-774 or 850-333-5479. FAITH DELIVERANCE APOSTOLIC CHURCH Pastor Belcher and the Faith Deliverance Apostolic Church fam- ily invites you to come and worship the Lord BY MILNER PERRY blood of Jesus Christ that can cleanse us enough to enter into God's presence. This Easter season made me even more aware of what Christ did for me. There's an empty cross, an empty tomb. There's a hungry world, there's a risen King. What more could we need? Today some have decided that we might offend others if we proclaim Christ as Lord, even wanting to take "In God we trust" from our currency. "One day every knee will bow and every tongue will confess" that Christ is Lord. He "will be" King on that great day. It is important that we proclaim that "Good news" that Christ died for me. He loves us and wants to have fellowship with us. If you are hurting today, look for a church, and worship with a body of believers who will love you in so many ways you will have to be lifted up. All your burdens may not be taken away, but God will undergird you and give you strength to endure. with them in spirit and in truth. (St. John 4:23- 24). Sunday - 9:45 a.m. prayer, Sunday school - 10 a.m., morning service - 11:15-a.m., 2nd Sunday night - 6 p.m., Wednes- day Bible class - 7 p.m. and children's church - 7 p.m. Bishop Nathaniel Belcher is pastor. The church is located at 28 Kickapoo Street, Lock- hart, AL. For more infor- mation call the church at (334) 858-7328 or home phone at 858-7203. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD First Assembly of God services are Sun- day school 9:45 a.m., Children's Church 10:45 a.m., morning worship 10:45 a.m., and evening worship at 6 p.m. Teen choir/drama practice is held Monday at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 p.m. along with Teens On Track, Kids For Christ and Adult Bible Study. Joy Fellowship last Tuesday night of each month at 6 p.m Nursery provided. Pastor is Brother Ray Bundy. Everyone wel- comed and invited to at- tend all services. Anyone who needs a ride, call 858-6357/858-6435. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH The members of First Lutheran Church warmly invite you to worship Sun- day at 9:30 a.m. Then stay for refreshments and Adult Bible Study and children's Sunday School. Pastor, Rev- erend James Yonkers, speaks from the Gos- pel each Sunday of Je- sus' love for each of us. Known throughout the community as a friendly and serving churchthat welcomes newcomers. The church is located on Route 331 very near the Florida line (24213 5th Avenue) in Florala. Call 334-858-3515 for more specific directions. FLORALA BIBLE METHODIST CHURCH Florala Bible Meth- odist Church located at Christian Life Village. Services 9:30 a.m. Sun- day School; 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship; 6 p.m. Evening service and 6 p.m. Wednesday prayer meeting. Phone 850-834-2984. Pastor is Rev. Joe Christian. FREEDOM WAY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH Pastor G.L. Pow- ell and members of the Freedom Way Fellowship Church invite everyone to their services. Sunday worship 2 p.m., Tuesday Bible study 7 p.m. 22437 WashingtonAv- enue. Call 850-398-3053 for information. GATEWAY BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Glenn Whid- see CHURCH page 7 MILDRED WEEKS ANDERSON June 19, 1928- June 23, 2015 Mil4red Weeks An- derson, 87, of Florala, passedaway on June 23, 2015 at the Wes- ley Manor Methodist Home in Dothan, AL. She was born on June 19, 1928 in Lowry, AL to Arnold Columbus Weeks and Vicie Bush Weeks. Mildred was a longtime resident of Florfila, hav- ing lived here since 1963 until hav- ing to be placed in a retirement com- munity on June 1, 2011. She worked for several decades, at the Franklin- Ferguson Corporation and was a faithful member of Lockhart Baptist Church until her relocation. Many will remember her from long walks around town and along the trails at Lake Jackson where she met and vis- ited with friends and strangers alike. Her loved ones will remember her for being always friendly, outgoing and vivacious while having a steadfast faith in her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Survivors include sons, Gary An- derson and wife, Debbie, of Troy, AL, RickAnderson and wife, Kim, of Na- cogdoches, TX; grandchildren, Dax Anderson and wife, Gayle, of Troy, Drew Anderson and wife, Kimberly, of Crestview, FL, Matthew King, Caleb and Lucy Anderson of Nacog- doches; great-grandchildren, Logan Smith and Kayla Anderson of Troy, Amaya, Max and Alexis Anderson of Crestview. A Celebration of Life was held Sunday, 2 p.m. at Evans Funeral Home Chapel in Florala with Ricky Anderson officiating. Donations can be made to Lockhart Baptist Church, 1479 Mohegan St., Lockhart, AL 36455. Join in remembering Mildred Weeks Anderson by visiting a me- morial at evansfuneralhomeal.com, Through this site share thoughts and fond memories with the family. LORENE S. HUTCHESON April 4, 1918- June 24, 2015 Lorene Hutcheson, mother of Paula Cowart of Atlanta, GA and Jo- Elise Jones of Florala, passed away Wednesday June 24, 2015. She was preceded in death by hhusband, James Hutcheson. Lorene had 5 grandchildren, Phillip, Hugh, Ju- dith, Kimberly and Jason' 8 great- grandchildren, Lane, Slade, Arianna, Juliet, Bryan, Theodore, Fisher and Rylan. Graveside services were held 10 a.m., Saturday, June 27 at Green- wood Cemetery. Those who wish may sign the on- line guest registry at evansfuneral- homeal.com. RICKY HENDERSON February 26, 1950 - June 22, 2015 Ricky Hender- son, age 65, of Florala, passed away June 22, 2015. He was born in Florala on February 26, 1950 to Selma Hen- derson and Beatrice Pickron Hender- son. He worked as a carpenter in com- mercial and residential construction. Ricky enjoyed grilling and cooking for family and friends especially on Sat- urday afternoons when the Crimson Tide was playing. He loved Alabama football and its rich traditions and enjoyed sharing that love with fam- ily and friends. He was a gifted pool player. Ricky had a generous heart especially towards people in need and children. His biggest legacy however, was the immeasurable mark he left on his children and grandchildren. Knownto them as Daddy and "PaPa", he will forever hold a dear and pre- cious place in each of their hearts. He was predeced in death by father, Selma Henderson; mother, Beatrice Henderson Fleming; and step father, Dick Fleming. Survivors include son: Jason Hen- derson and Jessie of Florala; daugh- ters, April Nance of Paxton, FL and Sherry Hobby and husband, Louis, of Florala; sister, Sandy Jordan and husband, Will, of Jack, AL; brothers, Steve Henderson and wife, Cynthia, of Florala, Mike Fleming of Lockhart, AL, and James (Flip) Fleming and wife, Serena, of Fernandina Beach, FL; 7 grandchildren and a grand- daughter on the way. Funeral services were held 2 p.m., Thursday June 25 from Evans Fu- neral Home with Randy Holtz, Danny Thames and Will Jordan officiating. Interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. Join in remembering Ricky Hen- derson by visiting a memorial at evansfuneralhomeal.com. Through this site, share thoughts and fond memories with the family. MADGELENE REED December 10, 1937- June 23, 2015 Madge- lene Reed, age 77, of Laurel Hill, FL, passed away June 23, 2015. She was bornDecem- ber 10, 1937 in Garrison, TX to Clevie Tibbitts and Ettie Durham Tibbitts. Madgelene was a homemaker, how- ever she had her CDL certificate and was fortunate to accompany her hus- band Ed around the United States 0n their rig. She enjoyed bingo, playing cards, fishing and watching hum- mingbirds around her home. Madge- lene was a past president of the Wo- mens Auxiliary and VFW. She was also an active member of the Ameri- can Legion, DAV, and Paxton Baptist Church. She was predeceased by son, Nathan Labit; father, Clevie Tibbitts; mother, Ettie Durham Tibbitts; sis- ter, Evon Coutee; and brothers, Paul and Clevie Tibbitts, Jr. Survivors include husband of 41 years, Ed Reed of Laurel Hill; daugh- ters, Tania Gee and husband, Marty, of Beaumont, TX, Cynthia (Rabbit) Labit of Marianna, FL, Merlyn L. Reed of Liberty, FL, Barbara Reed of Paxton, FL; sons, Donald Reed of Co- lumbia, SC, William C. Reed of Lock- hart, AL, Walter K. Reed and wife, Brenda, of Panama City, FL, Vin- cent P. Labit and wife, Mary Ann, of Paxton, Allen Reed and wife, Karin, of Columbia, SC; 24 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren on the way (she loved being their MaMaw); two sis- ters, Sally King, Beverly Smith; and brother, Donald Wayne Tibbitts. Funeral services were held 10 a.m., Friday June 26 from Paxton Baptist Church with John Lovelady officiat- ing. Interment followed in Paxton Cemetery. Join in remembering Madge- lene Reed by visiting a memorial at evansfuneralhomeal.com. Through this site, share thoughts and fond memories with the family. EDNA CADENHEAD January 4, 1926- June 27, 2015 Edna Cadenhead, age 89, passed away Saturday, June 27, 2015 at the home of her daughter in Elberta, AL. A resident of Laurel Hill, FL, she was born January 4, 1926, the daughter of the late Robert A. and Icy Myrtle Ida- belle Hammett Bramton. On Decem- ber 31, 1977, Edna married the love of her life, Edward "Doc" Cadenhead and settle into 29 years of a loving marriage in Laurel Hill. She loved to go to yard sales. Her grandchildren called her granny and were a special gift to her. She spoke endlessly of her love for them and the precious vis- its from them. As the strongest and most determined person we knew, she raised her children who were her world and who loved her very much. She will be sadly missed by her fam- ily and friends, but will remain in our hearts and memories forever more, We love you. Survivors include daughters, Bren- da Jones (Steve), Barbara Radclift (Buster), Carolyn Bowen (Charles), Patricia Williams (Randy); sons, Bill Favorite, Larry Favorite (Trudy); 24 grandchildren and 25 great-grand- children. She was preceded in death by a son, Joseph Favorite. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m., Wednesday, July 1 at Evans Funeral Home in Florala, with visi- tation beginning at 10 a.m. Reverend Rodger Mims is officiating. Interment will follow in the New Travelers Rest Cemetery in Laurel Hill.