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The United Methodist Women of
Camp United Methodist Women in
Shallotte will hold a yard sale and
bake sale Saturday, April 27, from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. in the church
Good used clothing, household
itms, toys and assorted "trash and
treasure" will be available, a
spokesman indicated, as well as a
wide variety of baked goods.
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kWVVIJ ?W > > WW- Dr.
John I-ewis, a Baptist minister
from Raleigh, will preach at the 11
a.m. worship service Sunday at
Holden Beach Chapel.
He is pastor of the week for the
chapel on Rothschild Street at
To Serve Barbecue
The Camp Methodist Men's Club
will serve their annual barbecue dinner
Friday, May 3 at the new
fellowship hall at the church.
Serving begins at 11 a.m. Plates
will tjo available for carry-out with
curb service, or may be eaten in the
CEDAR GROVE AREA
HY HAIUIAIIA T. HEWETT
Brunswick County's spelling bee
winner was among the Sunday morning
worshippers recently at Cedar
sionary Haptist I
Stic is Micluil I
Hurt oil, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs.
lexle Hurton of R* Tfc **7 *
Getund and a
fiflli grader at to
Al Cedar Grove Church, she was a
Kiiosl of Sister Kiln Vuina Hcwett.
Thankx, Micluil. for worshipping
willi us. We at Cedar Grove prayerfully
supiMirt you in your forthcoming
national competition in Washington,
District Conference Saturday
Saturday is the day for the
Woman's Haptist Home and Foreign
Missionary Convention of North
Carolina's District 6, Group 2, oneilny
conference at Friendship Haptist
Church in Whltovllle, where itcv.
John Prince Jr. is pastor.
The theine is "A Century of
Witness for Christ." Sister Dolores F.
Moore is tn charge of the senior session.
Yours truly is in charge of the
young adults and sisters F.thel
Johnson anil Diane Stephens are in
charge of lite youth session
This conference embraces and InUaII
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it's called EMEA Emerge
So it an emergency cccui
phone service skilled pe'so
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companies in Notth Caioiini
It's Ou' Aay o! mak.ng si
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been doing since beto'e 'he
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new, spacious, air-conditioned
The pork barbecue will be
prepared this year by Randy Hardee.
The Charles Tilghman Council, No.
7122, Knights of Columbus, at North
Myrtle Beach, S.C., will hold an
Italian dinner Sunday, April 28, in the
parish hall of Our I^ady Star of the
Sea Catholic Church at 8th Avenue
Spokesman Joe Massey said the
doors open at 5:15 p.m., with dinner
served at 6:15 p.m. Cost is $6 per person,
including dinner, dessert,
hnyerage and door prizes.
Tickets are available from The
Spaghetti Bender, which is catering
the dinner; or by calling
1-803-249-1212. A limited number of
tickets arc available, Massey said.
All must be paid for and picked up by
eludes all Missionary Baptist churches
in Brunswick, Columbus and
New Hanover counties. Our district
is one of ten which make up the
General Baptist State Convention of
This year's goal is still before us.
So Missionary Baptist churches, no
matter what your association, we arc
one in this district effort.
Other Church Notes
Yours truly Is conducting a missionary
institute at Friendship Missionary
Baptist Church In Southport
through Friday night.
Classes arc provided for all. Mrs.
Irene B. Hankins is Senior Circle
president and Hev. Carl Heaves is
Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist
Church will present "One Hundred
Women in White" on the second Sunday
in May at 4. You have u cordial
invitation to come and fellowship.
llappy btrllxlay to Dolphus Bryant
and Harvey Bryant.
This Week's Bible Verne
"Bless the 1-ord O my soul. O Ixird
my God, Thou art very great; Thou
art clothed with honor and majesty."
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for Moments of Inspiration gospel
program Sunday at 3:30 p.m. and for
the t'edar Grove area news Thursday
and Saturday at 10:15 a.m.
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KAY E. EVANS
Kay Ellen Evans, 47, of Route 3,
Supply, died suddenly at her home.
She is survived by a son, Gregory
Evans of Supply; two daughters,
Miss Jane Elizabeth Evans of the
home and Ms. Angie Evans of Supp1V
hnr f'ifhor William T ?? ninlror
?/, i>vi luuivt, f> 1111 <xi11 i*c uivncison
of Atlanta, Ga.; her mother, Mrs,
Elizabeth H. Wood of Wilmington;
two brothers, Frederick Dickerson of
Supply and W.D. (Buster) Dickerson
of Atlanta, Ga.; two sisters, Mrs.
Barbara Phelps of Supply and Mrs.
Juanita Drake of Wilmington.
JOHN S. CAMERON JR.
John Stanley Cameron Jr., 65, of
Southport died Tuesday in Dosher
Memorial Hospital after a long illness.
A memorial service was held
Thursday at Southport Presbyterian
Church with Dr. Hay officiating.
Cameron is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Ernestine Hagler Cameron of
the home; and a sister, Mrs. Audrey
Cameron Hood of Charlotte.
He retired from the U.S. Army and
a life member of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars and a life member of
the military order of the Cooties and
a member of the Southport
In lic-u of flowers the family has
asked that donations 1* made to the
Southport Presbyterian Church, P.O.
Box 10907, Southport.
MAMIE H. HARDEE
maillie Hickman Iiafucc, GO, uf
WhitevilJe, formerly of Wilmington,
died Monday night in Columbus
The funeral was held Wednesday at
Westminster Presbyterian Church
by Hev. Jim Lambeth. Burial was in
Columbus Memorial Park.
Mrs. Hardee is survived by two
sons. Buck and Bill Hardee, both of
Wilmington; two daughters, Mrs.
Doris Moolley of Whltevlile and Mrs.
Marian Struve of inland; a brother,
J.B. Hickman of Whitevillc; 10
grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren.
Hendrik Swart, 78, of Castle
Hayne, died Thursday in New
Hanover Memorial Hospital.
The funeral was held Saturday in
the Coble Ward-Smith Oleander
Chapel, with burial in Greenlawn
Born In Zandum, Holland, on Sept.
4, 1906, Swart was the son of the late
Dirk and Greciche Bont Swart. Prior
to his retirement, he was affiliated
with D. Swart Sons Flower Farm.
His survivors include his wife,
Evelyn M. Swart of the home; a son,
Thomas H. Swart of Castle Hayne; a
daughter, Mrs. Patricia Ann Evers of
Seattle, Wash.; a brother, Garett
Swart of Bradenton, Fla.; a sister,
Miss Helena Swart of Castle Hayne;
and three grandchildren, including
Michael Evers of Iceland.
CORA S. THOMAS
Cora Mae Simpson Thomas, 62, of
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oiiuiciuiv i/iivc, ouiisi'i Dvacn, uiea
Saturday in Grand Strand General
Hospital, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The funeral was held Tuesday at
Old Shallotte Baptist Church, with
Rev. Giles Butler officiating. Burial
was in Brunswick Memorial Gardens
willi rites afforded hy the Shaliotte
Chapter, Order of the Kastern Star.
Mrs. Thomas is survived by her
husband, Jack J. Thomas of the
Inline; iwo sons, Roy Simpson of
Charleston, S.C., and 1 .airy Simpson
of Charlotte; a daughter, Janei
Zeigler of Kayetteville; a stepdaughter,
Sandra lee Marino of Canton.
Ohio; two brothers, Ernest
Alcock and Carl Alcock, both of New
Bern; three sisters, Donnie Elliott,
Myrtis Calhoun und l-illlan Harvell,
all of New Bern; and nine grandchildren
leroy Parker, 61, of Route 1,
Bolivia, died Friday at Dosher
The funeral was held Tuesday at
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with Rev. Raymond Smith officiating
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Bom May 20, 1923, in Edgecombe
County, he was the son of the late
Herbert and Malisha Parker.
Survivors include five sons, I-airy
Parker, Thermon Parker, Leroy
Parker Jr., Carl Parker and
Nathaniel Parker; five daughters,
Estelle Halstead, Eartha Pinckney,
Katie Parker, Lisa Parker and Joyce
Hewett; a brother; five sisters; 24
grandchildren; and one greatgrandchild.
Leo Knox, 68, of Route 2, Leland,
died Thursday at his residence.
The funeral was held Monday at
Christian Hope Christian Church,
with Rev. John McKoy officiating.
Burial was in the Peiiom Cemetery.
Bom in Brunswick County, he was
the son of the late Nathaniel and Cornielus
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Lillian Knox; four sons, Charles
Knox, Albert Knox, Alton Knox and
Marvin Knox; three daughters,
Daisy Knox, Lorraine Knox and
Arlene Knox; a sister, Marion
Brown; and three uruuiers, Daniel
Ixiyd, James Wilson and Willie Carroil.
BEULAH S. RUARK
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of Southport and Park Ridge, 111.,
died Sunday in Winston-Salem.
Rev. PT). Midgett officiated at a
graveside service held Tuesday in
Old Southport Cemetery.
Mrs. Ruurk iz survived bv her bus*
band, Bryant (Whitt) Ruark, a native
of Southport; four children; a
brother, Barlron F. Stiffler of
Culpeper, Va.; 11 grandchildren and
JIMMY RAY FIELDS
Jimmy Ray Fields, 30, of Route 2,
Supply, died Sunday night at his
The funeral was to be held 1 p.m.
Wednesday at Mt. Pisgah Baptist
Church in Supply, with Rev. Cecil
Caiter officiating. Burial was to be at
3 p.m. in Lewis Cemetery at Bladenboro.
Burn in Bladen County on Jan. 17,
1955, he was the son of Mrs. Mable
Gause Fields of Winnabow and the
late Roland Fields.
Survivors in addition to his mother
include his wife, Mrs. Kathy Sing
Fields of the home; two sons,
Michael Fields and Craig Fields,
both of the home; a daughter, Miss
Melanic Fields of the home; three
brothers, Livingston Fields, Johnny
Fields and Lloyd Fields, all of Winnabow;
two sisters, Mrs. Margaret
Skipper of Iceland and Mrs. Gail Carroll
Marv McKeithan Anderson 97 of
Ocean Trail Convalescent Center in
Southport, died Monday morning
after an extended illness.
The funeral was scheduled 11 a.m.
Wednesday in the Coble Ward-Smith
Oleander Chapel in Wilmington. Rev.
Vincent G. Wall was to officiate, with
burial in Bellevue Cemetery.
Mrs. Anderson was born in
F.lizabethtown on June 20. 1887, the
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daughter of the latp Hnvnps I. and
Sophia Atkins McKeithan. She was
preceded in death by her husband,
William D. Anderson. She was a
member of Southside Baptist
Surviving are a son, Cecil M.
Anderson of Southport; nine grandchildren;
22 great-grandchildren and
SAM M. MARTIN
Sam M. Martin Jr., 61, of Route 1,
Bolivia (Sunset Harbor) died April 10
in Brunswick Hospital following a
The funeral was held Saturday in
the Brunswick Chapel of Coble WardSmith
Funeral Service at Supply,
with Rev. Leo Cannon and Hev. irven
Hughes officiating. Burial was in the
Beulah Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
in Pinehurst, with Rev. Max Gilmore
Martin was born in Kermit, W.Va.,
on Jan. 3,1924, the son of the late Sam
M. and Rosie Cassidy Martin Sr. He
was employed by Carolina Power &
Ught Co. at its Southport plant as a
senior mechanic. He was a deacon of
Sunset Harbor Baptist Church and
was a U.S. Navy veteran.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Missing Car F
A car reported stolen in Shallotte
last Tuesday morning was found by a
sheriffs deputy wrecked, burned and
abandoned outside town.
Deputy Gene Hardee located the
light blue 1979 Volkswagen Babbit
owned by James Earl Morgan Jr. of
Shallotte on Old Shallotte Road off
U.S. 17 south of Shallotte. The front
end had been wrecked and the car
destroyed by fire. The car had an
estimated value of $3,000.
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Marilyn Bumgardner Martin of the
home; two sons, Carl Martin of Siler
Citv and Rneer Martin nf Charlotte:
and three grandchildren.
ROBERT E. DOSHER
Robvert Edwin Dosher, 60, of
Route 2, Supply (Varnumtown), died
April 10 in Dosher Memorial Hospital
following an extended illness.
The funeral was held April 12 at
Dixon Chapel United Methodist
Church with Rev. Trade Varnum,
Rev. Maurice Milligan, Rev. Bryan
Dosher, Rev. Landis Lancaster and
Dr. Gene A. Wallin officiating. Burial
was in the church cemeteryBorn
in Southport on Sept. 18, 1924,
DCSh?r moe tho cnn nf thn lnfn JnVm
Edward and Nola Shields Dosher. He
retired in 1974 from International
Paper Co. as a tugboat captain.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Christine Robinson Dosher of the
home; three sons, Edwin Dean
Dosher, Don Edward Dasher and
Robert Lynn Dosher, all of Supply;
two brothers, Marion Dasher of
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Maphis of Cleveland, Ohio; and five
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Snaiiotte Police Department.
Also, on Monday the Zip Mart on
U.S. 17 in Shallotte reported the
larceny of a Star News Newspapers
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