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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, June 06, 1985, Page Page 12-B, Image 24

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Page 1Z-B?THE BRUNSWICK BEACC Methodist CK Assigned Ne Two Brunswick County churches will welcome new ministers Thursday, June 13, moving day for approximately 140 pastors appointed to new ' hanipit in thn North Cnroiinn Con ference of the United Methodist Church. The appointments were announced during the annual conference, which ends today (Thursday) at Methodist College in Fayetteville. Itev. L.M. "Billy" Peele Jr. will move to Zion United Methodist Church at Town Creek, succeeding Rev. Pearl West, who has been assigned to Eureka-Yelverton in the CHURCH A Aglow Hears A Bible teacher from Williams ton, Bea Carson, will speak at the next regular meeting of the Shallottc Women's Aglow Fellowship, Saturday, June 8, at 10 a.m. at Jane's Seafood Restaurant on Holden Beach Road. All interested women are invited to come at 9:30 a.m. for coffee and fellowship, said Pamela Moon, corresponding secretary. Nursery facilities arc not provided. For more details contact Ms. Moon at 579-2953. Bardin To Speak Visiting pastor Dr. Robert F. Bardin, a Presbyterian minister from Stuarts Draft, Va., will speak at the 11 a.m. Sunday, June 9, worship service at the Holden Beach Chapel. Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. at the Interdenominational, Protestant ctinpel on Rothschild Street, Holden Beach. Worship On Strand Strand services continue each Sunday at 8:30 a.m. at <>ccan Isle Beach, west of the pier. Dress Is casual and all are invited to the services, a CEDAR GROVE AREA NEWS Vocation Bibie School In Progress BY BARBARA T. HEWETT Vacation Bible School began at Cedar drove Missionary Baptist Church Monday. There are classes for nil ni!i? uroims nmrnn a II (t refreshments on ijgSB alternate .lays. Directors are I Harold Johnson R^bm>> W anil Ills i'ii "* workers A trip s ^ will bo planned to BHHRP^ the two-week school. Sisters'Union Set Saturday Is the Sisters' Union of the (Wan View Missionary liaptist Association The time is 9;30 a.m., the place is Union Missionary Baptist Church in Hrooksvllle, St'., and the pastor ls Rev Dennis Ciraliam. Speller In Washington Mldiele Burton, 1985 countv soell ing bee winner, has led foi Washington, 0.0., accompanied by her mother, Mrs l,exle Burton. There she will compete (or the rur lion's title in tlie Scripps-Howarr spelling bee She will tie joined ii Washlnitton by oilier (amlli members Competition was to begti Weitnesitay, June 5 inspirational IVllghl Young Adults Hetreat was an In splralional delight Ocean View wa well represented at the Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Con senium o{ North Carolina Ketreat ti laurel Hill The children's department was en joyed by yours truly We enrolled i happy, healthy boys and girts (run nursery to seventh grade It was Joy to have my daughter. Rose an granddaughter along to assist Stephanie ami Cry stal Stanley o( Ml Zton, t,ongwosxt. were very specti helpers also IUrUMU> l.rrrUtkgt Happy birthday to everyone an especially to Emma Jane Heart Clydta Gore. Gertrude Heart James Hewett, l.uther Heaet Nicole Johnson. Frist>il? Hrrun C>nlhia Mitchell. Kuttene Bowdei Rev Charlie U Hewett, Uxic Fullwood, Hobert Bryant, Pm Hewett. Tonya Hewett. IVlla Gore, The run Johnson. A dell Be nard. tela Kandell and Ann Stanley < IN, Thursday, June 6, 1985 lurches ! w Pastors Goldsboro District. Peele is presently assigned to Oleander and Devon Park churches in Wilmington. After a year on its own, Shiloh United Methodist Church on N.C. 87 in Iceland, will join Wesleyan United Methodist Church in Riegelwood to form the Riegelwood-Shiloh charge. The churches will be served by Rev. Samuel A. Williams Jr., formerly the pastor of Westview United Methodist Church. Brunswick County is in the Wilmington District. Rev. Dr. James H. Bailey is district superintendent. ACTIVITIES Bible Teacher ministry of Shallottc Presbyterian Church. No chairs arc provided. Baptist Mission Open The new South Brunswick Baptist Mission holds services each Sunday at the Sunset Beach Volunteer Fire Department, with Sunday School at 10 a.m. and worship service at 11 a.m. Rev. W.A. Barnhill is the mission pastor. The mission is sponsored by the Brunswick Baptist Association in conjunction with the N.C. Southern ri?*t?* i;?_ na|iiiai v^uiivi'iiuuu. Hewat To Speak The Brunswick County Chapter of Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship Into motional will hold its montlily meeting, Monday, June 10, at Jane's Seafood House No, 1 on N.C. 130 near Holden Beach. William Hewat, from Ehnira Ontario, Canada, I will be the guest speaker. A \J|g retired account executive, Hewat VM . was recently BL A * diagnosed as ^having Lupus ? H KO'thcnuilasla, a JHterminol inJncuruble blood disease. He was the first Full Gospel Business Men's International areu |n Onlnnln .. >wl t .. I V|JI l iKIIUIH ? V. Ill WIIMW iw MIIVI IO III.W pust president of the Kitchener Ontario Chapter. Bible School Planned Shell 1'olnt Baptist Church will hold Vncation Bible School from Monduy, June 10 through Friday, June 14. Everyone is invited. Hours ure front 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. daily. Republican Women To Hear From LWV Margaret Sholton, president of the Brunswick County league of Women Voters, will speak at the June meeting of the Brunswick County Republican Women's Club. The club meets Thursday, June 13. at 7:30 p.m. at Brunswick County Republican Headquarters in Bolivia. All Republican women are invited to ulterid. Also, dues for Joining the organization arc H l>er person Tickets for a fundralsing project will be distributed at the meeting and ' refreshments will be served, said spokeswoman Shirley Babson i Enton by dick HRI NSWICK Fl : Brunswick Memorial ? alternativt h > ConstrucU 3 J 4 steel, gr o 1 'T ^ Brunswit * > J5T Mausoleur perpetual [ | burial plo ,i "w is compares earth bun unnecessary in the dry. v d Funeral services are often chapel. It is the objective of I maintain a qualified staff ^ and mausoleum facilities comprehensive funeral se BRUNSWICK FI Hwv 11. Sm r 1 1 Area WILLIAM C. WEBB William Claude (Blackie) Webb, 67, of Southport, died Monday, May 27, in Dosher Memorial Hospital. The funeral was held Thursday at Southport Presbyterian Church with Rev. Frank Elliott officiating. Burial was in the Old Southport Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Kathleen Webb of the home; a son, William D. (Plukie) Webb of Shallotte; two daughters, Ms. Claudia Webb of Jacksonville, Fla., and Mrs. Pam Maggard of Southport; a brother, Bernie Webb of Thomasville; a sister, Mrs. Joyce Pierce of High Point; a granddaughter, Mrs. Scarlett McDaniel; and a great-grandson, Johatan McDaniel. EULA W. ROPER Eula Adeline White Roper, 77, of inland, died Wednesday, May 29, in Onslow Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville. The funeral was held Friday at Jones Funeral Home Chapel, Jacksonville, with burial in the Nelson Cemetery, Iceland. Rev. Hartwell Condrey conducted the service. She was a retired clerk, formerly employed at New Hanover Memorial Hospital. Survivors include a son, Tylon T. Roper Jr. of Jacksonville; a daughter, Mrs. Dolores Faye Tnomas of Spindale; a brother, J. Cecil White of Greensboro; two sisters, Mrs. Lillian Baldwin of Chnrlnttp and Mrs. Rpttv Hartnn n? Selma. Tenn.; 1U grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and one greatgreat-grandchild. FLOSSIE HAYES Flossie Estcllc Hayes, of Wilmington, died Wednesday, May 29, in Hillhaven Convalescent Center. The funeral was held Frirtav in the chapel of Andrews Mortuary in Wilmington by Rev. Horace Jackson, with burial in llreenlawn Memorial Park. Born in Brunswick County on May 5, 1906, she wus the daughter of the late I .orenza Dowe and Lucy Iretta Hickman Ixrng. She was a member of Sunset Park Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons. Aubrey Hayes of Wilmington and Vernon Hayes of Jacksonville, Fla.; two daughters, Mrs. Iretla Herring of the home anil Mrs. Pat Rouse of Koanoke, Va.; a brother, Rodney Long of Hickman's Crossroads; three sisters, Mrs. Ruth Benton and Mrs. Beulah Bennett, both of liicknuin's Crossroads, Mrs. Woodie Holdcn of Supply; 13 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. CIJ-:O 1). GROVES Cleo Esther Davis Groves of Route 4, Iceland, died Tuesday, May 28, ir New Hanover Memorial Hospital following a brief illness The funeral was held Thursday ir the Oleander Chapel of Coble Ward Smith Funeral Service, with Rev Clay McLawhon and Rev. Sut Mcl-awhon officiating. Born in Swain County, she was th< daughter of tile late John and llattii Moore Davis She was secretary treasurer for Groves Trucking Co. 1 eland. Thrift Shop Yard Sale Set Calabash Volunteer Reseu Squad's Thrift Shop will hold a nun yard salo Friday, Juno 7, and Satui day, June 8, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m said spokesman Carol Brainley. The sltop is located on N.C, 179 nei 1 to the rescue squad building. l*r 1 coeds are used to support tlie reset squad's operations. ibment y powKtj. L-NF-RAl.SERVICE Gardens provides the only ? to earth burial in the area, "d of time-defying concrete, anite, and marble, the :k Memorial Garden ns are provided the same care protection as the garden ts. Mausoleum emtombment able in cost to the traditional at because burial vaults are entilated mausoleum crypts, i held in the lovely mausoleum Jrunswick Funeral Service to and complete funeral, burial. ; to provide the area's finest rvice. LJNERAL SERVICE th. Shalkxtr. X C. UOB Deaths > Survivors include her husband, Fred W. Groves of the home; two sons, Johnny T. Groves and Ronnie F. Groves, both of Leland; two sisters. Mrs. Bea Beard and Mrs. Linnie Tabor, both of Wilmington; and four grandchildren. MARY G. EDGE Mary Greene Edge of Route 1, Winnabow, died Saturday, May 25. The funeral was held Thursday at Kendall Chapel AME Church in Winnabow, with burial in Drew Cemetery. LA WANDA J. BALLARD LaWanda J. Ballard of Leland died Tuesday, May 28, at New Hanover Memorial Hospital, Wilmington. A graveside service was held Thursday at Robinson Cemetery. EDITH T. HART Edith T. Hart, 45, of Boiling Spring Lakes, died Saturday, May 25, at her residence. The funeral was held Wednesday in the chapel of Cromes and Sons Funeral Home, Sidney, Ohio, with burial in the Cedar Point Cemetery, Pasco, Ohio. RUBY L. SMITH Ruby Louise Smith, 36, of Bolivia, died Saturday, June 1, in Brunswick Hospital at Supply. The funeral was to be held 3 p.m. Wednesday at Piney Grove Freewill Baptist Church in Supply, with burial in the Johnson Cemetery. JAMES W. BELLAMY James Wheller Bellamy, 79, died J .t LI. 1..^.. U C..n 1 UCSCM1 y , ivuajr Ml, Ot IJU IIUIIIC Ill UU|T ply. The funeral was held Saturday at Uttle Macedonia Baptist Church in Supply, with Rev. Raymond Smith officiating. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Dora Bellamy; four sons, Edsel Bellamy, Earl Bellamy, Franklin Bellamy and Theodore Bellamy; four daughters, Mrs. Annie Walker, Miss Clara Bellamy, Mrs. Gwenrinlvn RpUnmv ?nH Mrs. Artalpnp Fullwood; a brother, Charlie Bellamy; and a sister, Mrs. Janie Southerland. JAMES W. BARNETT James Ward Barnett, 76, of Kannapolis and Holden Beach, died May 30 at the V.A. Medical Center in Salisbury after a lengthy illness. The funeral was held Sunday at the Unn-Honeycutt Chapel in 1-uihU.s, with Rev. Victor Trivette officiating. Burial was in Carolina Memorial Hark, Kannapolis. Born July 18, 1908, in Alexander County, he was the son of the late Solomon Barnett and the late Pedia Hendren Barnett. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. Barnett :H? B - 1 ii, ~~~ TRADITIONAL e it ~ brunsv It frit hvh|h L. ' ' ' " > \nd Fun< had retired from the weave room of Cannon Milts. Barnett was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Gordon Barnett, on July 16,1983. Survivors include a brother, John Albert Barnett of Statesville, and a number of nieces and nephews. KATIE W. MURPHY Katie Williams Murphy of Wilmington died Sunday evening at her residence. The funeral was held 10 a.m. Wednesday in the chapel of Andrews Mortuary by Rev. Samuel C. Hill Sr., with bunal in liurganus Lomeiery near Shallotte Point. Born in Shallotte on May 16, 1904, she was the daughter of the late James W. and Mary Lela Register Williams Sr. She was a member of Epworth United Methodist Church. Survivors include a son, Deward L. Murphy of Wilmington; two brothers, James W. Williams of Hampstead and I.ynn C. Williams of Startex, S.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Lottie Mae Skipper and Mrs. Mary Naomi Tyre, both of Wilmington; four grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. nnprnw p nrvTov Dorothy Elizabeth Fullwood Benton of Route 3, Supply, died Monday, June 3, in New Hanover Memorial Hospital. The funeral was to be held 3 p.m. Wednesday at Town Creek Baptist Church, with Rev. V.C. Potter officiating. Burial was to be in the church cemetery. Born in Southport on Oct. 18, 1918, she was the daughter of the late lx>uis Herbert and Annie Elizabeth Coleman Fullwood. She was a member of Town Creek Baptist Church. Survivois include her husband, Luther Frsnklin Benton of the hom<*: a son, Bobby Ray Benton of Iceland; three daughters, Betty Rabon of Wilmington; Mrs. Oree Howard of Bolivia and Mrs. Nancy Phelps of Supply, a sister, Mrs. Evie Bruner of We're Ba< By Experi I jet our 42 years of experience hel u tastefully designed monument wi For the finest memorials in gra bronze, call ... HENR1 SHALLOTTE REPRESENTING COAST * ! *; t . < V t,. -iiV# >. S.yJ . W.v .V" ~r. 1 * i * j * i" FUNERALS CREMATION HCK F UNERAL Shallotte, North Caroli 754-6363 ICing incwon Hny 17 & 211 it : ri M) ttntiNCf O i i srq,? I Wilmington. JEANINE SNIPES Jeanine Lenore Snipes, 46, of Houston, Texas, and formerly of Brunswick County, died Monday, May 28, in Houston following an extended illness. A graveside service was held Friday in Northwood Cemetery, Southport, with Rev. John Elder officiating. Mrs. Snipes was born on Aug. 29, 1938, in Sturgeon, Wis., and was the daughter of the late William C. and Nora Cassidy Kinca'de. Survivors include her husband, Harold R. Snipes of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Jeanine LuAn Desilets of Spring, Texas; a brother, Russell C. Kincaide of Leng Beach; a Mrs Arlpnp Mpsspt of Hazelwood; and two grandchildren. OTIS E. THOMAS Otis E. (Toby) Thomas, 70, of Route 1, Supply, died Sunday, June 2, in the Brunswick Hospital following an extended illness. A memorial service was held Tuesday in the chapel of Coble WardSmith Funeral Service at Supply, with Brother Henry Hardee officiating. In lieu of flowers the family has requested that memorials be made to the American Cancer Socie ty. Thomas was born in Piedmont, S.C., on May 25, 1915, the son of the late John William and Ella Mae Snider Thomas. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army Air Corns and operator of the Holden Beach Motel and Campground. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Patsy Ann Boles Thomas of the home; a son, Gary Wayne Thomas of High Point; a daughter, Brenda Sue Thomas of High Point; two stepsons, Timothy W. Nichols of High Point and John W. Nichols of the home; two stepdaughters. Miss Wendy Sue Nichols of Biloxi. Miss., and Mrs. Mary Ellen Hunt of Thomasville iked i ence 1- L\ "SHg p you in selecting fJ/jA I thin your budget, nite, marble and ST TODD 754-6530 AL MONUMENT COMPANY > 4 THf ??UNi A?C* BIACON 4k* S SHIPPING 5 < 3 .Service na | f.T 1 f Sot 7 5 X ai AmuNOs 754-61 38 #V

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