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- Wednesday, December 7,1994, Houston Times-Journal
| Death notices
Robert Lee "Bobby"
EATONTON- Robert Lee
"Bobby" Cannon, 61, of Eatonton,
died Monday, Nov. 28, 1994 at his
residence. Born in Houston
County, he had resided here in
Eatonton for nine years. He was a
member of the Hayneville Baptist
Church. Bobby was a retired
Supply Supervisor with Robins Air
Force Base and was the husband of
Joyce Gardner Cannon.
Survivors: wife, Joyce Gardner
Cannon of Eatonton; son, Randy
Cannon of Perry; two daughters,
Denise Adams of Kathleen and
Tracy Alfano of Tampa, Fla.; a
sister, Corine Hamsley of
Hayneville; and five grandchildren.
Services: Were held
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 1994 in the
Hayveville Baptist Church at 2
p.m. The Rev. Gene McKinney
officiated. Burial took place in the
Hayneville Baptist Church
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the
family requests donations be made
to Hospice of Baldwin County, Inc.
811 N Cobb St., Milledgeville, Ga.
31061. Watson-Hunt Funeral
Home in Perry had charge of
Gertrude Baggett Greer
Gertrude Baggett Greer, 87. of
2500 Hwy 41 N, died Friday, Dec.
2, 1994. Gertrude was the daughter
of the late James and Viola Bigbee
Baggett, was a homemaker and a
member of the Christ’s Sanctified
Holy Church. She is preceded in
death by her husband, Murphy
Greer. Survivors: two
daughters, Betty Harris of Norfolk,
Va„ and Vina Parrish of Mt. Holly,
N.C.; two sons, Charles Greer of
Virginia Beach, Va. and Lewis
Greer of Hertford. N.C.; brother
and sister, Hubert Baggett of
Dothan, Ala., and Alice Adams of
Talladega, Ala.; stepmother,
Josephine Baggett also of
Talladega, Ala.; 16 grandchildren;
36 great-grandchildren; and 3 great
Services: Were held Monday,
Dec 5, 1994 in the Christ’s
Sanctified Holy Church at 2 p in.
The Revs. Ralph Parrish and Dorris
Dameron officiated. Burial took
place in the church cemetery.
~J Around town...briefly
Democratic party to hold elections on Dec. 10
The Democratic f'.u tv of Georgia
will hold open elections for state
committee members in each of Ge
orgia's 56 state senate districts Sat
urday. Dec 10. beginning at 10
The caucus location for District
18 is the Houston County Court
house. 800 Carroll Blvd., Perry
Next blood drive to be held
at Perry Hospital on Dec. 27
The next local blood drive will be
held at Perry Hospital Tuesday,
Dec. 27 from 1-5 p in.
The drive is sponsored by the
Houston-Middle Georgia Chapter of
the American Red Cross which
serves Dooly, Houston, Macon and
Pulaski counties. For information
on other blood drives in the region,
contact the local chapter at 923-
Hospital releases list
of EduCare classes
for December 1994
Perry Hospital has released the list
of EduCare classes for the month of
To register for the following
classes, call Perry Hospital’s Edu
cate at 987-3600 extension 405.
Alzheimer’s Support Group
Join family members and care
givers of persons with this disease
and receive mutual support and ex
change coping skills.
The group meets Thursday, Dec.
15 at 7 p.m. in the hospital dining
room. There is no cost.
Pre-registration is required for this
course which teaches children bike
safety. Kids attending will receive a
bike helmet and a bike safety cer
The course will be held from 7-8
p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 20 in the hos
pital’s cafeteria. Cost is $5.
This is a series of four classes
held every Tuesday from 9:30-11:30
a.m. Topics will include diet, body
changes, labor and delivery and care
for the newborn. Pre-registration is
required and participants attending
all four classes receive ;ui infant car
Watson-Hunt Funeral Home in
Perry had charge of arrangements.
Exie P. Rozar
OREGON, IL.- Exie P. Rozar,
90, of Oregon, Illinois, died
Sunday, Dec. 4, 1994 in her home
after a short illness. She was bom
March 26, 1904 in Felton, Ga. and
was the daughter of John and Ida
Cook Garner. She married J.
Frank Rozar in Felton on
September 1, 1929. She is
preceded in death by her husband, J.
Frank Rozar and by 3 sisters and 4
brothers. She lived most of her life
in Perry, where she was very active
in the Baptist Church. She moved
to Oregon, Illinois in August 1992
to make her home near her
daughter. She was a member of the
Oregon Baptist Church.
Survivors: daughter, Frances
(Clinton) Strouse of Oregon; 4
granddaughters, Pam Pucket of
Madison, Wi„ Cindy Puckett and
Michelle Strouse, both of Oregon;
grandson, Christopher Strouse of
Oregon; and her great-grandson,
Dillon; 2 brothers, Truman (Inez)
Gamer of Stevenson, Ala. and Fred
(Ival) Gamer of Rome, Ga.
Services: Will be held
Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. in the
Farrell-Holland Funeral Home with
visitation from 6-8 p.m. prior to
the service in the funeral home.
Other services will be held
Saturday, Dec 10, 1994 at 2 p.m.
in the Watson-Hunt Funeral Home
in Perry. Burial will take place in
the Rozar Cemetery in Eastman.
Visitation will be Friday evening
from 7-8:30 p.m. in the funeral
home. A memorial fund has been
Odie Mae Stanley
Odie Ma.e Stanley, of 633
Hillcrest Ave., died Sunday, Dec. 4.
1994. A native of Alexander City,
Ala., she was the daughter of
Noland and Amy Mtxxiy Maddox.
She had moved from Peach County
to Hou.mwh county in 1955. She
and her husband, the former R E.
Stanley, established Stanley
Furniture Company for which she
was president for 25 years. She
was a member of the Perry United
Methodist Church, Survivors:
Ptease see OBITS. pag«9A
The Democratic Party holds state
committee elections once every four
years. Suite committee members are
responsible for governing the Party
and promoting Party values, leaders
The elections are open to the pub
lic In order to run for a position on
the state committee, individuals
must be registered to vote and be a
resident of the stale senate district
in which they seek to be elected.
For more information on caucus
locations, please contact the Demo
cratic Party at 1-800-401-1994 or
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Perry High School senior Krista
McGukin travelled to New York
City Thanksgiving week with the
Atlanta Olympic Band.
Making its debut in the *6Bth
Macy's Thanksgiving day Parade,
the band was joined by three-time
gold medalist, Jackie Joyner-Kersee,
who waved the Olympic flag. Izzy,
the official 1996 Summer Olympic
mascot,followed closely behind.
The 300-piece band was formed
three years ago by the Cultural
Olympiad and performs at events
such as "Celebrate Africa", Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Ptirade and Egle
ston Children's Christmas parade,
which was in Atlanta Dec. 3.
McGukin competed against high
school and college music students
from all over Georgia for a position
in the band. The students must au
dition annually to hold their posi
tions. AOB promotes goodwill and
nation-wide publicity tor the 1996
Summer Olympics. Tickets for the
Centennial Games will go on sale
May 1, 1995 at selected retail out
Fantasy of Lights
show underway at
Callaway Gardens Fantasy Lights
Christmas Show began this month
and will be held until Jan. 1, 1995.
Along with the addition of the
Twelve Days of Christinas and Na
ture’s Wonderland scenes, there are
several changes in die 1194 show
Gates open from 4-10 pin and
the lights are turned on at 6 p in.
Tickets for Fantasy tn Lights .ire
525 per personal vehicle and must
be purchased ui advance Tickets in
clude same-day admission into
Callaway Gardens. No refunds or
exchanges rue allowed on tickets.
To order tickets for lor more in
formation. call 1-800-2X2-8181.
Callaway Gardens is in Pine Moun
tain on U S. Highway 27, 70 miles
south of Atlanta and 30 miles north
Perry native Matthew Zaminit
won the men’s overall title (26-30
field) in the sth Annual Camp
Kinser/Uraso City One-half
Marathon in Okinawa. Japan on
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Ramada Limited coming to Perry
Ramada Limited held a groundbreaking Nov. 22, 1994 for a new motel to be located
in Perry behind Quincy's just off Sam Nunn Blvd., with a projected opening date of
April 1995.0 n hand for the groundbreaking were Leonard James, left, owner; Mark
James, training manager; Mike Modi, owner; Scott James, manager; and local cham
ber board chairman John Sundquist. Landmark Realty is the local company that
worked with Ram»H» ir inciting here.
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