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The Shallotte Women's Aglow
Fellowship meets Saturday, Oct. 5, at
10 a.m. at Jane's Seafood Restaurant
No. 1 on the Holden Beach Road.
Speaking will be Johne riuiscy, a
graduate of the charter class of
KHF.MA Bible Training Center,
Tulsa, Okla. She and her husband
pastor the Living Faith Outreach
Center in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
All interested women are invited to
come at 9:30 a.m. for coffee and
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A free nursery is available at Tiny
Friends Day Care Center on Mulbery
Street In Shallotte.
For more details, contact Ms. I.eggett
Revival Begins Oct. 7
Itevival services will bo held (X't. 7
through 12 at Shell Point Baptist
Church at 7:30 o'clock each night.
'Hie public is invited to hear the
guest speaker, Rev. Eugene Evans of
the Old Dock community in Columbus
'Hie church is located on Shell
Point Road off the tlolden Beach
Hawthorne To Speak
Dr. Marry Hawthorne, a Lutheran
minister from Buffalo, N.Y., will
speak at the 11 a.m. worship service
Sunday, Sept. 29, at the llolden Beach
The Protestant, interdenominational
eluipel Is located on Kothehild
Street across from the Holden Beach
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begin each night at 7:30 o'clock, and
special singing will be featured.
On Sunday, Oct. 6, the I/ongwood
Young Adult Choir, Ixmgwood Adult
Choir, Palmyra Baptist Choir, New
life Baptist Choir, Friendship Baptist
Choir and Jennies Branch Baptist
Choir will perform.
Other special guests during the
week include the I>;ttie's GroveChoir
on Monday, Ken and Von
Ferguson on Tuesday, The Guiding
lights on Wednesday, the down and
Puppet Christians on Thursday and
the Gospel Way Quartet on Friday.
Rev. Garland Cong and his congregation
invite all Interested persons
Zion Homecoming Set
Zion United Methodist Church, on
old U.S. 17 in Winnabow, will observe
homecoming Sunday, Oct. 13. The
Rev. Billy Peele, pastor of the
church, will preach. Dinner will be
served following the morning worship
service, according to Shirley Q.
Smith, chairperson of the homecoming
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Shallotte, North Caroli
LENA MAE HEWETT
I>ena Mae Gray Hewett, 62, of
Ruuie 5, Siiailuiie, dieu Tuesday,
Sent. 24. in Brunswick Hosoital
following a brief illness.
TKo fnnorol *"35 hoW CotnrHav at
First Baptist Church of Shallotte,
with Kev. Eddie Booth and Rev. C.L.
Turner officiating. Burial was in
Chapel Hill Cemetery, Shallotte..
Mrs. Hewett was born in
Bruaswick County on Oct. 20, 1922,
the daughter of Inez Stone Gray and
the late Oscar I,. Gray. She was a
member of First Baptist Church in
Shallotte, where she was past president
of the WMU and a Sunday
School teacher for the junior class for
Survivors in addition to her mother
include her husband, William
Magnas Hewett of the home; a
daughter, Mrs. Uirry (Gloria) Blanton
of Shailotte; a son, William Oscar
(Billy) Hewett of Rockingham; a
sister, Mrs. Franklin (Carolyn)
Gales of Shallotte; three brothers,
Bertram Gray of Wilmington,
Thomas Gray of Holden Beach and
Oscar I,. Gray of Morrisvillc; and
two grandsons, William Anthony
Hewett and James Barry Hewett,
both of Kockingham.
In lieu of flowers, the family requested
that memorials be made to
the lx?na Mac Hewett Memorial
Fund of First Baptist Church,
CEDAR GROVE ARE/
BY BAKHAKA T. HEWETT
The attention of Cedar Grove and
the other 15 churches in our county as
well as Columbus County,
North Myrtle I
Beach, S.C. will
(onis this week I
on the annual I
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69th annual ses- , J.
Missionary liaptist of Thonuisboro,
where Rev. Samuel Stanley is pastor.
The association convenes Thursday
night. Oct. 3 and continues through
Sunday. Oct 6.
Arvella Marlowe and Dorothy Ice
Krlnk will supervise the Youth
Department at the opening session
Friday morning's session opens at
9:30 with devotional messages by
Rev. Charlie I.. Kullwood and
greetings by Moderator Gause. The
topic, "Christian Ministry in An
llpset World," will be discussed by J.
I A Francis, retired principal of the
1 It runs wick County school system
Lunch will be served Friday and
Saturday. The topic, "Giving the Hij
hie Way" will be discussed by Annie
Friday night's service will be
highlighted by a performance of the
mass senior and young adult choirs
This t? ii fnniMitntiiu* vicht
because o( I 1h> magnificent colors of
tlx- choir robes of the many different
Presiding as mistress of ceremony
will be Mrs Mary K Bernard She is
one of our vice presidents. C'arne
Stanley and Barbara T Hcwett will
' coordinate and direct the march
Speaker for the night is John
Raphe I Krink of Utile Prong Missionary
Baptist Church of Ash
Others on the program include a skit.
Who Are You*" by the young
adults, welcome by Vera Marlowe
and response by Saundra Hoblnson.
past president of the young adult
department. the history of the
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GETTIE 0. JONES
Gettie O. Jones, 83, of Long Beach,
The funeral was held Sunday at
Brunswick Funeral Service Chapel,
with r Rnppr Thomnson and Rev.
Frank Alexander officiating. Burial
was in Brunswick Memorial
A retired farmer, Jones was the
son of the late David Jones and Rose
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Dora White Jones of the home; four
sons, Ray Jones, Edward Jones, Jarvis
Jones and I-arry Jones, all of
!/ong Beach; three daughters, Mrs.
Naomi Hewett of Carrboro, Etta Mae
Stanley of Shallotte and Mrs.
Jeanette Roach of 1-ong Beach; a
brother, Eafayette Jones of
Shallotte; two sisters, Mrs. Ada
Ivewis of St. Paul and Mrs. Estelle
Canady of Ixingwood; 24 grandchildren;
21 great-grandchildren and
JEFFRIE G. FRINK
Jeffrie Gestine Frink, 45, of
Southport, died Wednesday in Dosher
Memorial Hospital at Southport.
The funeral was held Sunday at St.
lomn.. A Mf 7inn f^urnt. in
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Southport with the pastor. Rev. F.W.
Hough officiating with tlie eulogy by
Rev. N.H. Daniels. Burial was in the
John Smith Cemetery.
Born April 18, 1940, in Brunswick
County, Miss Frink was the daughter
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association by Joseph Butler; and introductions
by Adell Hankins of I utile
Macedonia of Supply.
Saturday's session begins at 9:30
with a highlight being the annual address
by Moderator Cause and the
doctrinal sermon by Rev. C. H. Buck,
retired principal of the South
Carolinu school system
Highlighting the evening service
will be Dr. C. C. Craig, executive
secretary-treasurer of the General
Baptist State Convention of North
Carolina. Memorial services will be
by Hev. Kaymond Smith, alternated
by Hev. Dennis Graham.
Sunday school will be taught by Dr.
William Flythe. Singing will be by
the ussociatiomil mass choir and the
final sermon will be by Rev. W. D.
Frink. It will be followed by a call to
The public lias a cordial invitation.
Slngspirutiou Wus Great
You should have been there to hear
our youth. The singing department of
the Ocean View Union held its
Singspirnlion with our Cedar Grove
Missionary Baptist Church with the
juniors in charge.
Arvella Marlowe presided over the
meeting. Assisting her was our own
supervisor, lacille Bryant Devotional
prayer, scripture and opening
music were by Jackie D. fullwood,
Monika llewett and Wanda Morgans
A solo by Nakeela Hewett and selections
by the youth choir and the
"Arvella Dynamics" were included.
"Our Day at Camp" was an
outstanding feature of this program
It featured Tama Butler i by letteri,
Robert Flythe, Timothy Stanley. Andrea
Frink, and laShornia Frink,
who shared their experiences at our
campgrounds, the J J. Johnson All
Baptist Camp at laurel Hill
This is a 50-acre camp complete
"tui uuiiuivm icts, idiriti ui
swimming pool, basketball and tennis
courts There are (our weeks at
camp during July Our youth sponsor
a planning day session each year to
earn funds to pay their expense Our
goal for '86 u 50 youth to camp We
recogmted one of our camp
counselors. I-ouise Gause. and had
words of encouragement to our youth
from her as well as two other supervisors,
lillie Frink and l-ucille
Happy birthday to everone and
especially to How ard Bry ant. I jibe
H. Bryant, Mattie Sue Krink. Cbns
Sapps. AMn Hewett and Denru
Congratulations are in order for
our graduates of Brunswick
Technical College They include
l-amar H Morgans auto mechanics.
Sony* I Bryant, general office
technology; Monalisa Fullwood,
nurses assistant, and Michael Randolph.
business adnunistrabor. Tora
Herring, daughter of Res- and Mrs
M C. Hemi*. served as marshal
Be sure to hstrn to WVCB us
I Shalloce Vnursda\ at 3 pm and
Saturday at 16 IS a m (or the Cedar
Grove area news and an Sunday at
f 3 30 pm (or Moments cV InsjxratKc
of the late Charles and Louvenia
Survivors inciuue her daughter,
Karen Denise Frink of the home; a
brother, Don Carlos Frink of
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Elsie Siler of Southport and Ms.
Rosalind Frink of Washington, D.C.
BONNIE P. MAGGARD
Bonnie P. Maggard, 68, of Rt. 1,
Box 211, Bolivia, died Saturday, Sept.
28 at her residence following an extended
Funeral services were held Monday,
Sept. 30 in the chapel of CobleWard
Funeral Service in Supply.
Rev. Kenneth Benton officiated. Interment
followed in Forest Lawn
Maggard was born in I .etcher
County, Ky., the daughter of the late
Joseph and Ollie Craiger Maggard.
She was a member of the Antioch
Baptist Church and was a retired
dietitian having worked in the
Brunswick County School System
and (or J. Arthur Dosher Hospital.
Survivors include her husband,
Charlie Maggard, of the home; four
daughters, Pat Lynch of Pocatelio,
Idaho, Betty Padgett of Winnabow,
Wanda Kilbourne of Indianapolis,
Ind., and Phyllis Register of
Ivanhoe; two sons, Richard Maggard
of Boiling Spring I.akes and Curtis
Maggard of Beltori, Texas; one stepson,
Gary Maggard of Detroit,
Mich.; one sister, Joan Johnson of.
Bolivia; one brother, Oscar Parsons
of Titusville, Texas; and 24 grandchildren
and 15 great-grandchildren.
CLYDE L. CLEMMONS
Clyde L. Clemmons, 61, of
Bokeelia, Fla., formerly of Supply,
died Saturday, Sept. 28, in I>oe County
Memorial Hospital, Ft. Myers,
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with Rev. Nelson King officiating.
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Clemmons was born in Brunswick
County on Feb. 25,1924, the son of the
late Henry Lennon and Stella Odell
Clemmons Clemmons. He was a
retired U.S. Air Force veteran and
more recently was employed as a
flight maintenance supervisor for
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Alice Thompson Clemmons of the
home; a son, Samuel Clyde Clemmons
of Aberdeen, Md.; a stepson,
Robert; a brother, Edwin Clemmons
of Supply; and a sister, Mrs. Susie
Iancaster of Hoiden Beach.
ACIE H. CROOM SR.
Acie Hubert Croom Sr. of Jackson,
Ala., died Saturday in Mobile. Ala.
The funeral was held Thursday at
Livingston Baptist Church by Rev.
Robert Jenkins and Rev. Walter D.
Silvey, with burial in the church
Born in Delco on Aug. 29, 1921, he
was the son of the late William Hardy
and Mary I-ennon Croom.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Eula C. Croom of Jackson, Ala.; four
sons, Acie Croom Jr. of Riegelwood,
James Hardy Croom of las Vegas,
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Jackson, Ala.; a dughter, Mrs. Brenda
Blackwell of Jackson. Ala.; two
brothers, R.l. Croom Sr. of Hampton,
Va., and Hulet Croom of Iceland;
two sisters, Mrs. Annell Simmons of
I.eland and Mrs. Winnie May
Malpass of Delco; 14 grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
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