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BY BARBARA T. HEWETT
Mrs. Mattie Lorraine Hewett
Williamc ie nnu/ dirpot/ir of SIIDDOrt
services for Brunswick County
been promoted I
from the I
classroom to the I
central office at H
the Brunswick I
County Board of *
A devoted jta
dedicated to serving the children, she
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Hewett of Supply and the wife of
Floyd Williams. The couple has two
children, Ashley Ix>rin and Floyd Jr.
Happy Time In Charlotte
Wnlv I and Tinner Room and Jim
my Swaggart were all enjoyed in the
same weekend by Bcrneatha Gore,
Evelyn and Elbert Gore, Athlea
Williams, Bert and Azalce Johnson,
and I/mice and I-a.Shondn George.
They were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I<eroy Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Sullivan of Charlotte. While
there they attended the Jimmy Swaggart
Crusade at the Coliseum.
At Heritage USA they toured the
Upper Room, Jerusalem I .and, the
Amphitheatre where they had pictures
made with the Christian clown,
and the Bam where Jim Baker
preached. They saw the old
homestead of evangelist Billy
Graham which is a part of Heritage
Village, being used as a home for
The one day district conference enjoyed
one of the largest turnouts in
many years from Bruaswick, Columbus
and New Hanover County Missionary
Present for the session were state..ffi........
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Department, over which I presided.
They included Sister Colene Stanley,
stale associate director, and Sister
Phylisa Kelly, state young adult
Both women presented informative
and Inspiring briefings on the young
adult retreat plunneil for June 1 at
J.J. Johnson Baptist ('amp in Uiurcl
HUl. Everyone la invited to take part
in prayer, fellowship and song at the
50-aere camp. The camp's existence
depends upon the support of church
Sister 1 -oulse Ciuu.se was at tier best
as key speaker ut the conference. In
addressing the topic, "A Century of
Witness for Christ," she focused on
scripture from tlie Book of St. Matttiew
Sister Annie 14. Bryant became the
new district chairperson during the
conference business session, replacing
Mrs. Dolores Moore. On a happy
note, the promotion came to Sister
Annie on her birthday.
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N, Thursday, May 2, 1985
Happy birthday to everyone, Including
Reginald Ixrfton Hewett, Tris
Ijee Hewett and Josheau Moses.
Scripture For The Week
"The Lord is my light and my
salvation; whom shall I fear? The
Ixjrd is the strength of my life; of
whom shall I be afraid?" (Psalms
Mothers' March Set
The NAACP's annua! Mothers'
March will be held on Mother's Day,
Sunday, May 12 at St. John
Missonary Baptist Church in Bolivia.
Everyone is invited to attend the
activities, which begin at 6 p.m.
Radio News, Inspiration
Be sure to listen to radio station
WVCB Shallotte (1410 on the AM
dial) for news of the Cedar Grove
The "Cedar Grove Area News"
show is presented Thursday and
Saturday mornings at 10:15. Each
Sunday, the popular gospel ?hnw
"Moments of Inspiration" is
presented at 3:30 p.m.
Friendship Missionary Baptist
Church in Southport, pastorcd by
Kev. Carl Heaves, was the scene of
the most recent institute held.
"I have received great
inspiration," were the words of Jesse
Francis, a retired Brunswick County
school principal who attended the institute.
Barbara T. Hcwett led the group in
study of the book "The Doctrine of
the Holy Spirit," by leavell P. Landrum
All members completing 7 hours or
more were recognized with certificates
signed by Dr. E. Burns
Turner, Dr. Craig, Dr. T.C. Horton,
Dr. Priscilla Brodie and Dr. Leo
Williams, recipients included the
following: Irene B. Hank ins; Dr.
William Flythc, his wife, Beatrice,
and the son, Robert; Elizabeth
Parker; Ullian McMillan; Jo Hara
Hankins; Stacy King; Julia Brown;
I.eroy Jolly; Crystal Eagles; and
Dccon Jolui McMillan. Among the
many others In attendence was Mrs.
Mnrv le Unrnnrd
Puppets Give Message
Church members enjoyed the Sonshine
Puppets ol Trinity Methodist
Church of Southport Tuesday night.
The puppeteers were Mr. and Mrs
James Davis und their son, Clu-is.
Tite theme of the puppet show was
"You Are Special," and emphasized
how Jesus loves each of his children
in a special way.
Mrs. Davis remained after the
show to participate in the study.
Members of the youth departmenl
came in for pina and soda Friday a1
Their instructor for the week wa:
Mrs. Beatrice Flythc.
e is everything. We are here
clock to provide that service.
aswick, every service is plan'onducted
according to the
needs of the families we
vnnt to make the funeral seriningful
experience for you,
y, and friends.
iil is too small ; no service too
It. Khaltottr, N.C.
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VICK F UNERAL
Shallotte, North Caroli
JOHN HERBERT ROYAL
John Herbert Royal, 88, of Route 3,
Supply, died April 23 in the
The funeral was held Thursday at
Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church with Rev.
Cecil Carter and ftev. Texas Holden
officiating. Burial was in the
Royal had been an active member
of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church for 75
years, serving as deacon, Sunday
School teacher and Sunday School
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Lillie Clemmons Royal of the home;
his son, Kenwood Royal of
Whiteville; his daughter, Loretta
Hewett of Supply; two grandsons,
Fuller Royal and Sam Royal; and
two granddaughters, DeLana Hewett
and Sibyl Hewett.
Elouse McKoy of Route 1, Leland,
died April 21 in New Hanover
The funeral was held Thursday at
Summerville AME Zion Church with
burls! in the Robinson Cemetery.
Survivors include her husband,
Dewitt McKoy of the home; two
daughters, Unda Ann McKoy and
Iisa McKoy, both of the home; a son,
Dewitt McKoy Jr. of the home; her
father and stepmother, Henry I>ee
P.allnrii sr ami H.^nova RailarH nf
I /eland; a grandmother, Mrs. DruciU
Sanders of Wilmington; 12 sisters,
Mrs. Ruby Cobb, Mrs. Cynthia
Ballard, Vonnie Ballard, Willie Mae
Ballard, Evclena Robinson, Drue
Ann Robinson, Barbara Robinson
and Geraldine Robinson, all of
Iceland; Mrs. Queenester Kormey of
Ohio; Mrs. Janett Almond of
Riegclwood; Mrs. Helen Marshburn
of Elmore, N.Y.; and Ms. Vanessa
Bcatty of Baltimore, Md.; and eight
brothers, Marvin Ballard of littleton.
Col., Henry Ballard Jr., Clifton
Ballard, Ronnie Ballard, I-arry
Ballard, Ivory Ballard, Stan Ballard
and Harry Robinson, all of Inland.
ADDIE LEE WHITEHEAD
Addie Lee Whitehead, 61, of
Southport, died April 22 in Dosher
Memorial Hospital in Southport.
The funeral was held Friday at Mt.
Carmel AME Church with Rev. J.A.
Richburg officiating. Burial was in
joiui amun i^mciei y.
She is survived by six daughters,
Mrs, Eva Holmes, Miss MagRie
Whitehead and Miss Thomaslnn
Whitehead of Southport, Mrs
Thclma Copeland and Mrs. Barbara
Hankias of Chesapeake, Va., an<:
Rosalind Whitehead of Emporia
Va.; two soas, Melvin Whitehead ol
Dover, Del., and Mark Whitehead ol
New York City, N.Y.; her step
mother, Mrs. Sarah I>ee; thret
sisters, Mrs. Mable Short, Miss An
nie Mae I>ec and Mrs. Marjorii
I Clcmmoas of Southport; a brother
t Alexander lee of Southport; and 11
AIJtERT W. CI .EMMONS
Albert Walker Clemmons, 94, o
Route 3, Supply, died Sunday ii
Dosher Memorial Hospital
The funeral was to be conducted :
p.m. Wednesday at Union Cliapel In
dependent Freewill Baptist Churcl
by Rev. R.C. Dixon, Rev. Jack Salle;
and Brother Harry Galloway, wit]
burial in Silent Grove Cemetery.
Survivors include Clemmons' sor
Charles Elmer Clemmons of Supply
two daughters, Virginia C. Andrew
and C.liiik'i: I /?nor?> UoltKinc Ltlti r
Supply; four granddaughters
Patricia Stout, Rose A. Gray an
Violet A. Evans, all of Supply, an
le>ra Ann Rivenbark of 1 eland; fou
grandsons. Ronnie Clemmons <
Raleigh, Frederick Clemmons <
Wilmington, Michael Clemmons <
Ullington and Gene Hodgen (
Goldsboro; and seven grea
Mariah Edwards, 77, of Southpor
i 1 or
died Saturday in Dos her Hospital,
Southport, after a lingering illness.
A gravesiae service was neia monday
afternoon in Northwood
EMMETT T. IRVING
Emmett T. Irving of Wilmington
died Friday at Dosher Memorial
Hospital in Southport.
The funeral was to be held 3 p.m.
Wednesday at Price Cathedral AME
HELEN P. NICHOLS
Helen Estelle Parker Nichols, 97,
of Ocean Trail Convalescent Center
in Southport, died Saturday following
an extended illness.
A memorial service was to be held
2 p.m. Wednesday graveside in Northwood
Cemetery, with Rev. John
Mrs. Nichols was born in Camden,
S.C., on Feb. 26,1888, the daughter of
the late John Laurence and Sarah
Bell Pittman Parker. She was
preceded in death by her son,
Herbert A. Nichols, in 1983. She was a
member of Sniithnort Baptist
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs.
Mildred Baker of Denver, Colo.; a
granddaughter, Mrs. George E.
(Bonnie) Dosher Sr. of Denver,
Colo.; and a great-grandson, George
E. Dosher Jr. of Joplin, Mo.
LONNIE J. JACKSON
Ixmnic James Jackson, 55, of
Delco, died Thursday in Columbus
County Hospital in Whiteville.
The funeral was held Sunday at
Union Grove Freewill Baptist Church
by Rev. Carey Horrell, with burial In
Columbus Memorial Park.
Jackson was born in Columbus
County, the son of the late Harvey B.
and Minnie Dowless Jackson. He was
a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean
conflict. He was employed by
Federal Paper Board Co. for 17 years
until his retirement in 1976 due to illness.
Jackson is survived by four sons,
Bennic Jackson, Kenneth Jackson
and I.arry Jackson, all of Delco, ana
uary jaotson 01 i.elanu; iwo
(laughters, Mrs. Mickey (Wanday)
Kelly of Delco and Mrs. William
(Debbie) Ward of Leland; his stepmother,
Mrs. 1.01a Jackson of Chadbourn;
three brothers, Edgar
Jackson of Wilmington, Robert
i Jackson of Chesapeake, Va., and
Lawrence Jackson of Plymouth; a
i sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Fender of
I Whiteville; and eight grandchildren.
; Cemetery Gets
; Sprucing Up
| Spring cleaning is planned Saturday,
May 11, beginning at 8 a.m. at
the Griffin Cemetery in Ash, on SR
1331 near the Charlie Gore residence
All who have family members or
friends buried there are asked tn
1 help, bringing lawnmowers and other
' suitable equipment, said spokesman
Doris Gore, adding "All help will be
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An ordination service for Anthony
Warren Clemmons will be conducted
Sunday, May 5, at 2:30 p.m. at Mt.
Olive Baptist Church.
Rev. Weston Varnam, the pastor,
invites the Dublic to attend. The
church is located on U.S. 17 between
Supply and Bolivia near Brunswick
Clemmons has been called as
pastor of Canetuck Baptist Church,
located in Canetuck community and
affiliated with the Wilmington Baptist
Association. A 1983 graduate of
South Brunswick High School, he is a
member of Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.W.
Clemmons of Bolivia and the grandson
of Rev. and Mrs. C.O. Blanton of
Supply and the Rev. and Mrs. Lindsey
M. Clemmons. He is married to
the former Nancy Splawn of
Southport; they have a daughter,
Parishioners of St. Brendan's
Roman Catholic Mission will
celebrate Mass at Br?nd?n Hall for
the first time this weekend, says
Father John L. Richardson.
"Ready or not, we will hold Mass
there," he said. Construction of the
prefabricated steel structure began
two weeks ago with the pouring of the
concrete foundation by Rooks Construction
Co. On Tuesday, the mission
moved from its temporary location
at the old Carter Restaurant on
Mass is scheduled 5 p.m. Saturday
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McLamb To Preach
Michael McLamb, an evangelist
from Gavle, Sweden, will speak at
the 11 a.m. worship service at Camp
United Methodist Church Sunday,
McLamb is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
W.J. McLamb Jr. of Shallotte,
members of Camp Church.
A covered dish fellowship dinner
will be held afterwards so that worshippers
may fellowship with
Revival Begins May 12
Revival begins Sunday, May 12, at
Gospel Center Baptist Church at Var
nam town, witn services an: so nigniiy.
Rev. Richard Phillips of Myrtle
Grove Baptist Church in Wilmington
will be the guest speaker and Rev.
Bryan Dosher is the pastor.
Rev. William G. Young, a
Presbyterian minister from Latta,
S.C., will give the 11 a.m. message at
the Hoiden Beach Ciiape! Sunday,
He is the pastor of the week at the
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