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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, September 12, 1985, Page Page 8-A, Image 8

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Page 8-A?THE BRUNSWICK BEACC CEDAR GROVE AREA Ocean View Si Convention Be BY RAHRAHA T HKWKTT Summer is slowly but surely say ing goodbye and fall will soon make her debut. The hustle and bustle of the H school routine I have taken com- I rnand, but there I should lie lots of | hot weather left f "* for us to continue ? to enjoy our M region and inland waters. Even with all of this pleasure, Cedar Grove takes the time to select delegates to the Ocean View Sunday School Convention Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 14 and 15. The convention will be held with Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in 1/ingwood. Itev. M.C. Herring is pastor. Itev. W.D. Krink, moderator, will be presiding. Ihc union will begin at 9:30 Saturday morning and lunch will la: served thai day. Sunday's activities will also begin at 9:30 a.m. and will be highlighted by Sunday school and two morning messages. Cedar Grove's field worker was Sister Annie K. Bryant. She had many co-helpers. The delegates are Starric Grissctt, Vonnic Grissctt, Willie Bates, I.,11 Morgan anil Jackie I) Full wood Convention officers luive extended an invitilntion to all church niemhcrs arid the general public to attend Youth (iathcririK The Ocean View youth were at their best Saturday at St. James Missionary Baptist Church in Holvia. Their senior circle president, Mrs. Joyce Hewetl, oIoiik with Hcv Hayinond Smith, offered warm words of welcome. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Dosher Miller, Velnui Williams, Mary K. Berruird, Mrs lielton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barker, and others Durinit lunch, those present were treated to a videotape showing of the annual Cedar (trove lMin<|uet, compliments of Sister Arvella Marlowe, Dorothy Brink and Ttuilnui Hill. The video cassette recorder used tor the allowing is the property of Ocean View and Is available by ja-rmission of Slater Marlowe. KoIIowIiik lunch, several presentations were uuidc. The youiiK adult depurtment awarded potted plants to Itartuirii llewctt, (or services rendered as district director; to Mrs. lauise Ciaose, (or tier service as union director; and to Mrs. Keltcta Stanley, for Iter work as Mrs (louse's assistant. Awards ami recognition also went to those inovinK up to the senior department. The youth department awarded Friendship Missionary tinpt 1st Church In Southport tor havlntt the most youth present Mrs Irene It Hank Ins accepted the award, a lovely |K)ttisl plant Also, the three presidents delivered their annual addresses Sister Saundra Robinson nave her address (or the young adults on the topic, "Think On These Things " ('tcorge Brown, 111 Ills speech, nave REPAI f . SERVICI / ^?-X "Your Vacuum \ _ r it S#o?ido Plaza \vi5 ( 1 * ^r ^VaT coming . \ V ^V' V N x{ ikk > v < vA \ ^ v?i , / x y\ i ^ J ^ * N 90 YOU HIA PROI You oi? not okxve Ovof 30 iinpoirod heoring Com? to Coattc Main ?v. rail hia Socond Friday Friday, fc?pt. 1 AAA HSABIft Moryotfl 0 Phont 79*5 v>4 76 c >? > i?? ?**? * ?N, Thursday, September 12, 1985 NEWS unday School gins Saturday thanks to everyone, especially to Sister Arvella Marlowe, to Mabel Dewey and to Rev. M.C. Herring. Mrs. Pearlie Buliard, for the senior department, urged those present to live, love and to keep unity in the Body of Christ. Mrs. Buliard will continue to serve in her post. Robinson and Brown have now ended their respective administrations. Corrections Here are corrections which need to be made. Tania Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Butler, is the first youth of the Ocean View Union to hold a state position in the Women's Home and Foreign Missionary Convention. Rita Daniels, a student at Western Carolina University and a member of St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Bolivia, is serving as fourth vice president of the state's Baptist Training Union. In addition, Melicia Cause is also a members of the Cedar drove Youth Choir which helped to provide the music for our annual Homecoming It.... I/Uy. Revival! Revival! Church members and the general public arc invited to attend revival services now In progress at our church, Cedar Grove, in Supply. Visiting Rome Marccllous Bryant and his daughter, Joy Bryant, and l.izzie Franklin and granddaughter, recently visited their mother, Mrs. Pcncie Bryant, and attended their annual family reunion. They have returned to Detroit, Mich Marccllous is with General Motors. Also visiting for the same family reunion was l.amar "Butch" (irissctt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard (irisselt. He resides in New York and is employed by the U.S. Postal Service. Mr and Mrs. Ray Pullwocd of Greensboro and their cight-monthohl twins, Christa and Christy, recently visited his parents, Rev. and Mrs. MA Full wood along with sister, Ullnc. They were Sunduy worshippcrs in church. Mrs. William E. llewett and children, Taxhn and Tanla, also recently visited Uieir mother, Mrs. Hnltie Kullwood, for the Gore's annual family reunion. Happy Birthday I flippy Birthday to everyone, especially to Iris I>ee Hcwett Jr., Mnry IJIIlc Daniels, Mavis Brown, ("laretta John, Armenia Golden, A/alee Johnson, Zion 1-eo llewett, Floyd Everett Johnson, Florence Johnson, Gerthel Fullwood, l<cna Johnson, I.ula Grissctt, Travis Gore, Patricia llanklns, Perry Sullivan, George Frink. Gcrmatnc Hcwett, Sonla Williams and Hudolph Bryant Weekly Scripture Our scripture (or the week Is Die following: "The lord is my shepard. 1 shall not want." Itadlo Shows Be sure to tune In Thursday at 3 p m and Saturday morning at 10:15 (or ( edar Grove Area News, ami on Sunday at 3:30 p m (or Moments o( Inspiration, all on radio station WVCH Sliallotte (1410 on your AM dial I. R CITY 7 E- SALES II Clooner Doctor" Suilo 2 579 4832 />II HAVE A RING ILEM? million Amoricons coffer from il Drugs , Mailotto RINO TBftT of on w> month S, 10 AM t* 4 FM tG AID CIMTID & m ?'> ? 4 70S Wf ighMville *> mmcWilmington NC J&403 J Deaths An SHERRY D. MORTON Sherry Dalton Morton, 31, of Route 1, Leland, died Tuesday at her home. The funeral was held Saturday at Carothers Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Gary Byrd officiating. Burial was in Sunset Memorial Park, Spartanburg, S.C. Mrs. Morton was a native of Chester, S.C., the daughter of the late Randolph L. and Erie I>ec Holton Dalton. She was an employee of Wilmington Atlantic Personnel Consultants and attended Grace United Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband, Sammy Lee Morton of the home; a daughter, Miss Stephannic Johanna Christy of Wilmington; three brothers, Lcroy Dalton of Uneolnton, Buddy Dalton and Frank Dalton, both of Tayiorsville; four sisters, Mrs. Carolyn Whitcsidcs of I.incolnton, Mrs. Judy Cochran of Dallas, N.C., Mrs. Jackie Johnson of Iron Station and Mrs. Valorec Shinn of Wilmington. HARRY F. LILLEY Harry F. Lilley, 79, of Route 3, Supply, died Saturday in Brunswick Hospital, Supply, following a brief il uicas. The funeral was held Tuesday at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Wakefield, Mass. Burial was in Forest Glade Cemetery, Wakefield, Mass. MARY WEST BEST Mary West Best, 57, of Route 2, Shallotte, died Sunday, Sept. 8. The funeral was to be held 4 p.m. Wednesday in Floyd's Memorial Chapel in I.umberton, with burial in Singlctary's Church Cemetery, I.umberton. Survivors include her husband, Homer Best Sr. of Shallotte; two sons, Edward Ray Best of Flint, Numerous Rest< Sanitarians in the Brunswick County Health Department inspected and graded the following establishments during the month of August. Grades are based on a perfect score of 100 with points taken away lor infractions of health standards. All "A" ifivoil In wnms t\f <KI nr above, a "B" to grades between 80 and 90 and a "C" to scores between 70 and 80 An estabUsh which scores below 70 would not be allowed to renuiin open Non-Seasonal Kestuurunts: Calabash Seafood Hut, Calabash, 95; Calabash Klks Restaurant, Calabash. 92; Rlverview Wharf Restaurant, Calabash, 90; That's Atnoro Plan Pie, Southport, 90.5; Gintty's Chicken House, Holden Beach, 92; Pirate's Cove Restaurant, Ynupon Beach. 89; Brunswick County Cafeteria, Bolivia, 93.5; The Spilt Rail, long Beach, 93; Sea Captain's Hut, Southport, 86 5; Sandpiper Seafood House, 1 .eland, 93.5; The Pharmacy, Southport, 92 5; World Famous Calabash Cafe, Calabush. 95; Parker's Restaurant, I .eland, 91; Jo Jo's Restaurant, Shallotte, 94.5; Maco Truckstop, Maco, 90; Bald Grand Jury Indicts Four Brunswick County Grand Jury Monday handed down two true bills of indictment against Waller Graham, 28, of Wilmington, one of two suspects charged in the Aug 7 death of a Route 4, t eland, girl Re is etiarged with felonious hit and run and involuntary uuuvuauKnier in inc death oc Keguia Mac Sullivan. 16, who was struck on Auk 6 by a car that crossed the center line o< RPR 1419, Northwest Koad She died the following morning in New Hanover Memorial Hcapital. Wilmington The district attorney did not present a case to the (irand Jury against a second man. Amillo Resto. 36. of Wilmington, also charged in the incident Also indicted Monday were the followinK 1 jjxisr \ J <vimnv**? Jr * ?? t*v dieted on a charge of *?oond dfp<* XT offense and second degree rape. Thomas Paul Grotxtnger, on single charges of taking indecent liberties and first degree sex offense, George Cox. who is charged with assaulting a law with a firearm in an April incident that involved Highwas Patrol Trooper Joel Do** d Funerals Mich., and Homer Best Jr. of Shallotte; four daughters, Mrs. Ann ivey of Orrum, Mrs. Ubby Lane of Charlotte, Mrs. Donna Hurlbert of Flint, Mich., and Ms. Lisa Best of the I Ufi14n. IIUIIIC, till UlUtlltlO, tf IIVUII Mcl>ean of Shallotte, Ernest Mcl^ean of Orrum and Alton D. Mclean of Lumberton; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. 3. GORDON KNOX I. Gordon Knox, 73, of South Daytona, Fla., died Saturday at Humana Medical center in South Daytona. The funeral was to be held 11 a.m. Wednesday at Boiling Spring I .akes Baptist Church with Rev. Avery I.umsden officiating. Masonic graveside rites were to be accorded in Northwood Cemetery, Southport, by Pythagoras Ixxige No. 249, A.F. & A.M. A native of North Adams, Mass., Knox had lived in Boiling Spring I .akes for 10 years before moving to Florida one year ago. He was a retired textile engraving sketehmaker. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Agnes Todd Knox of the home; two sons, Gordon James Knox of Boiling Spring I?ikes and Stuart T. Knox of Southport; a daughter, Mrs. Jean Clark of Southport; a brother, James Knox of Morrisville, Vt.; a sister, Mrs. Grace fisher of Boulder City, Nev.; two grandchildren, Bruce James Knox of Fort Smith, Ark., and Mrs Susan Dahse of Houston, Texas; and a great-grandson. SAMUELTONEY Samuel Toney, of Winnabow, died Saturday in New Hanover Memorial Hospital in Wilmington. Funeral arrangements were to be handled by Jordan Funeral Directors. 3urants Graded Head Island Restaurant, Bald Head, 90; Kentucky Fried Chicken, Shallotte, 94; Delicatessen, Bald Head, 96; Margie's Home Style Restaurant, Shallotte, 96.5; dene's Sandwich Shop & Deli, Shallotte, 93.5; Hardee's, Southport, 91.5; Iarry's (las & Grill, Southport, 90; Trevino's Restaurant, Southport, 90; S & H Barbecue I-odge, Shallotte. 96; Fort Charlie's Restaurant, Southport, 90; Joe's Barbecue Kitchen No. 2, Shallotte, 94; Airport Diner, Ocean Isle Beach, 95.5; Express Mart, Yaupon Reach, 91; and Green light Restaurant, Caiubash, 90 Seasonal Restaurants: The Breakers, Ocean Isle Beach, 83.5; Ocean View Pavilion, Holden Beach. 90.5; and Magic Mountain Water Slide & drill, Holden Beach. 95 Meat Markets; Vereen's Red & White. Ixjng Beach, 90 Ixalging Places: Ocean Isle Motel. Ocean Isle Beach. 90.5; Hughes' Motel, Shallotte Point, 90; Newark's Driftwood Motel, Yaupcn Beach, 94; Bald Head Island Inn, Bald Head. 94 5; Green Oak Motel & Cottages, Holden Beach. 93.5; Camellia Motel, Belvillc. 90; Water Tower Motel, l-ong Beach, 90.5; and Port Motel, Southport, 93 Non-Seasonal Motels; Iher House Motel, l-ong Beach. 96; Island Restaurant. Yaupon Beach, 95 Seasonal Motels: Coastal Motel, Yaupon Beach, 81.5. Seasonal Food It Drink Stands Surfslde Pavilion. Holden Beach, 92.5; Jane's Dairy Bar. Holder Beach. 92 5 Non-Seascnal Food & Drink Stands; Kirby's Snack Shack. Supply.? Child Day Care Facilities; lee's tattle World II. Koute 4. I-eland. ap proved; The Kid's Connection, Shallotto. approved -:A : j - ~? <t 'i n TRADITIONAL Brunsv I ( i : CHURCH ACTIVITIES Women's A Snhit m w w w v Rev. Judy Pittman, an ordained Southern Baptist minister, will De the speaker at the Shallotte Women's Aglow Fellowship monthly meeting Saturday, Sept. Restaurant near Holden Beach. fellowship begins at 9:30 a.m. and the meeting at 10. All women are invited. Nursery care is available at Tiny Friends Day Care Center on Mulberry St. in Shallotte at no charge. Sabbath Home Sabbath Home Baptist Church holds revival services Sunday, Sept. 15, through Friday, Sept. 20, at 7:30 o'clock each evening. Rev. Jesse Bentley, pastor of Jennie's Branch Baptist Church near Shallotte, will preach and special music is planned nightly. Sabbath Home is located between the Holden Beach Causeway and the Tri-Beach Volunteer Fire Station. Rev. Franklin Myers, pastor, and Serving Urunsirirl (ttnbk 19s COMI IFuncra sitpl\. \ ^ I're-iirriinficmrnt I'luns We're Bac By Experi !>et our 42 years of experience hel| a tastefully designed monument wi For the finest memorials in grai bronze, call. , . HENIT SHALLOTTE REPRESENTING COAST Surnvthinfi Ft-ery Farni, BY DICKY BRUNSWICK FUN Some families never d until they such time, " A mation m; *t Sfll and decisit /-J. 7 haste. t-< r mien *&a' making h; secure pea tant detail Call or write us and w copy of the family inform the needed information to i jj obligation to you, we wi desires and offer any assis fulfill those wishes. BRUNSWICK Fl i I Post Offfc* Box 411 Hwv. 17. South. '75 *v. 1 i ' ?. -\ a ; r----- -:-^r? t i ' funerals cremations ifICK F UNERAL Shallotte, North Carolir 754-6363 # glow 'day Morning Rev. Pittman is a graduate of r* _u_ii ^ V/ailipUVlI VxVSUVgl. CUIV1 nvn V/l IVUlkl Baptist Theological Seminary. Her husband is also a minister and they have two teenage children. Gospel Sing Sept. 14 A benefit gospel sing at Sabbath Home Baptist Church on Saturday, Sept. 14, will benefit Coastline Volunteer Rescue Squad and TriBeach Volunteer Fire Department, a spokesman said. Church choirs and special groups will participate in the sing, wliich begins at 7:30 p.m. and is open to all. A freewill offering will be collected. Begins Revival members invite the public to attend. Rogers To Preach Rev. John Rogers, a Baptist minister from Buies Creek, will preach at 11 a.m. worship service Sunday, Sept. 15, at the Holden Beach Chapel. The interdenominational Protestant chapel is located on Rothschild Street across from the town hall. k County Since 19 to I.KTE I ^erutcE T . i Insurance Acniliible ^ :ked i I enee 3 you in selecting thin your budget, nite. marble and if TODD 754-6530 AL MONUMENT COMPANY ' 4 fH| Ml ACCf. ly Must htce Someday POWELL iKRAI. SERVICE iscuss funeral arrangements suddenly must be made. 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