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    Piano. Sewing. Reading. Staying Home.
  1. Rev. Donald R. Voyles, pastor of Unity Baptist Church is retiring! His farewell message will be delivered on September 8th, at 11:00 am from the pulpit of Unity Baptist Church, 431 Mustang Drive, Dallas, Georgia 30157. The church is planning a reception for the pastor in the Fellowship Hall from 1:00 - 3:00 pm. Please come out and wish the pastor your best wishes. Rev. Voyles served over 65 years as an ordained minister in Cobb, Douglas, Jackson, Carroll and Paulding counties in Georgia and 30 years as pastor of Unity Baptist Church. retirement.docx
  2. Lenora Pauline Ergle Voyles, age 84, of Dallas, Georgia passed away on Thursday, October 4, 2018. She was born on October 23, 1933 in Barnesville, GA., to the late Paul and Wilma Ergle. Mrs. Voyles worked as an Accounting Clerk for PPG Industries and was a faithful member of Unity Baptist Church. She greatly enjoyed antiques, she owned and operated Antiques, Crafts, Etc in downtown Dallas for several years and was a charter member of eBay. She enjoyed any type of crafting and loved to crochet. She was a certified aquatics instructor for more than 20 years and loved water aerobics. She was preceded in death by her parents and a great granddaughter, Serenity Haven Voyles. Survivors include her husband of 67 years, Rev. Donald Voyles of Dallas, GA., 3 sons; Donald R. Voyles of Dallas, GA., Stephen and Wanda Voyles of Hiram, GA., Phillip and Deby Voyles of Lithia Springs, GA., daughter, Nancy and Eric Anderson of Dallas, GA., brother, Virgil Ergle of Peachtree City, 10 grandchildren, and 25 great- grandchildren. Funeral Services for Mrs. Voyles will be held on Saturday, October 6, 2018 at 2:00 PM from the Clark Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Don Voyles, Rev. Todd Voyles, and Rev. Bill Rorie officiating. Interment will follow the service at Kennesaw Memorial Park Cemetery with the following gentleman serving as pallbearers; Tony Michael Voyles, Tony Moon, Bradley Knapp, Odin Voyles, Blake Voyles, and Braxton Voyles. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Saturday, October 6, 2018 from 11:30 AM until the service begins at 2:00 PM. Either flowers or donations to Unity Baptist Church will gratefully be accepted by the family. To send condolences to the family, please visit our website at www.samclarkfuneralhome.com
  3. Mrs. Margie “Joyce” Voyles Smith, 83, of Lithia Springs, Georgia passed away Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at Powder Springs Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was born June 6, 1933 in Floyd, Georgia, the daughter of the late Mr. Marshall Hodge Voyles and the late Mrs. Rosa Lee Moon Voyles. She worked as a Thread and Spool Operator at Coats and Clark. She was a member of Macedonia Baptist Church in Paulding County and also attended Unity Baptist Church in Dallas. She enjoyed taking care of her home and spending time with her family. She especially enjoyed gardening and flowers. She was an avid reader. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas Edward Smith; and a sister, Peggy V. Coyle. She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Edward and Janice Smith of Lithia Springs and Neal and Tammy Smith of Dallas; two brothers and a sister-in-law, Rev. Donald and Pauline Voyles of Dallas and Jerry P. Voyles of Ellijay; one granddaughter, Ashley Smith; several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at Jones-Wynn Funeral Home in Douglasville, Friday, May 26, 2017 from 5:00 PM until 9:00 PM. Funeral Services will be conducted Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 2:00 PM at the Chapel of Jones-Wynn Funeral Home in Douglasville with Rev. Donald Voyles officiating. Interment will follow at Powder Springs Cemetery. Messages of condolence to the family may be sent at www.jones-wynn.com. Jones-Wynn Funeral Home & Crematory of Douglasville is in charge of arrangements. 770-942-2311 . This is my "Aunt Joyce".
  4. Thank you for posting this notice, Lady Raider. Lynn was a lovely lady and she touched many lives in many ways. I am sorry to hear of her loss.
  5. In front of Hiram Station/Farmers Furniture strip mall in Hiram at 120 & 278.
  6. We went in a couple of weeks ago, lots of tools, some baby things and artificial trees. Hubby loved it! I got a new iron and a paper shredder. They had lawn mowers. Not clothes, shoes or usual thrift store fare. Edited to add: Endless Yard Sale at Paulding Plaza is closing after Christmas.
  7. Wishing Pubby a happy day!
  8. To the best of my knowledge and as a native if Cobb, I believe Cobb has at least 3 commercial airports - Charlie Brown and Mccullom and a big ole' air force base that is known as Dobbins AFB, althought the National Guard is there now and don't forget Lockheed, heck the cargo planes flew over our house in test flights in the 1970s. Maybe your definition of "commercial airport" is different because these facilities certainly have commercial and military air traffic. Not to mention presidential planes and escorts - even Ronald Reagan landed at Dobbins back in the day and he wasn't in a two seater.
  9. The increase in diagnosis in this subgroup is a “significant contributor to the increasing prevalence trend overall,” says Craig Newschaffer, director of the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute in Philadelphia, who was not involved in the study. Although changes in underlying risk cannot be ruled out, he says, the finding “suggests that parents, educators and clinicians are still becoming better equipped at recognizing [autism] in cognitively able children.” While this is true to a certain extent, I am old enough to have gone through school and work careers and have encountered many many people, some of whom I can look back on and say "they were probably autistic", but not to the degree that it is now. I am certain that one day we will find that it is something we put in prenatal vitamins or a food additive that triggered the "reaction" in the fetus as it was developing while pregnant, but genetics and environment are key, too. Early intervention is practically unheard of - especially in Georgia - as we "middle class" persons can't afford the cost and there are so few facilities and/or trained personnel. Forget the school system - their idea of intervention and training is a bad joke and for the most part they can not provide the necessary, continuous intervention and patience needed. Unfortunately, the articles I have read also say the diagnosis is determined, on average, at age 4 - way too late! I know of what I speak and someday I'll write a book, but today I just wanted to put in my two cents worth.
  10. Georgia Army National Guard Youth Challenge Program. For teens 16 - 18, military mindset but civilian goals of GED and jobs training in some areas. Worth a look. see if this link works. www.ngycp.org/site/state/gafs
  11. singing out loud! Hap-py Birth-day, To You! Hap-py Birth-day, To You! Hap-py Birth-day, dear Pubby! Hap-py Birth-day, To You! and many more (Give a shout out to Mom, too. - that's why I always remember you on this day)
  12. No, Gail was a Carroll County native. Her children attended elementary school (Nebo) and S. Paulding Middle School in the 1990's here in Paulding, but they all returned to Haralson County a few years back. Thank you, Pubby. Yes, our clan is something else. N.
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