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Parents are invited to enter their
babies in a contest sponsored by the
Young Adult Missionary Department
of Big Macedonia Baptist Church in
Three grand prize winners will be
named from each of three age
groups: 0 to 13 months; 13 months to
three years; and three to five years.
A parade featuring the babies and
their mothers will be held Sunday,
Dec. 22, at 1 p.m. following the worship
Interested persons arc asked to
register by !2 o'clock noon Nov. 24,
with all money turned in no later than
Dec. 20, at 7 p.m. More information is
available from Georgia Bowers or
There will be a get acquainted
Dutch treat fellowship supper and
CEDAR GROVE AREA NEWS
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BY BAKBAKA T. HEWETT
An appreciation day service will he
held at Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist
Church on the first Sunday in
December at 3:30
p.m. for B. iter- I
man Grissett, I
who luis served I
View as music
director for more '
than two rdecades,
v iiiii in.
One (if the very .special features
will be the Ocean View Mass Choir,
made up of members of the senior
department of 15 churches
throuKhout Brunswick, Columbus
and Horry County, S C.
To Celehrote Anniversary
The Youth Department will
celebrate its choir anniversary Sunday
at t p.m. Special quests are llev.
P.ezcktuh Heaves Jr., llev. Dennis
V'rink and HI chard SUirlmns Hov
Nichols will britiK a Kroup from Sandy
Plain In Souifi Carolina.
The tiospel Choir was musical inspiration
for the Brunswick Manor
rest home in Shuliottc Sunday at 3
p m. Their reward were the smiles
and appreciation shown by the patients
The Ocean View annual institute
came to a close Friday niKht witli 11
summary from each class, llev. Carl
Heaves preached the filial sermon
and nuiny certificates were ?ivcn lor
perfect attendance and to those who
attended etuht or nine of the ten sessions.
I wive offeritiKs w ere ttlven to
teach of tlie seven instructors by
representatives of their classes.
Happy hlrtlMlay to everyone and
especially to Byron Hcwett, I'.ddie
llewett, Mattle Bryant, Guy Kenneth
Bernard, Brian Bernard, Andrea
Herring, Gwendolyn Kullwood,
Marissa Grlssetl, Cloia Krlnk, Velnta
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Zelina Williams and Sidney
KuUwood, twins o( Mrs Mattie
Be sure to listen to WVCB tn
Shallotte Thursday at 3 |i in. and
Saturday at 10 15 a.in (or the t'edar
lirove area news and mi Sunday at
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meeting for persons interested in a
North Myrtle Beach Christian and
Missionary Alliance Fellowship
Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Ship's
The restaurant is located on
Highway 17 approximately h mile
south of the South Carolina Welcome
Center (north of Utile River).
The fellowship meeting starts at 7
p.m., but arrive before 5:30 p.m. for
courtesy discount, according to
spokesperson Joyce Worrell of
To Serve BBQ
Zion United Methodist Church in
Iceland will serve benefit barbecue
dinners with slaw, potato salad and
hushpuppies for $3 a plate Saturday,
Nov. 23 from 11 a.m. until sold out.
A white elephant sale will begin at
8 a.m. at the church.
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Cutoff date to sign up for
Christmas baskets from the Home
Missions center is Friday, Nov. 22.
The Home Missions staff and
volunteers will check names to see
who is eligible to receive the baskets
of food and other items, said Ouida
lieweii, VAC coordinator.
Home Missions is a program of the
Brunswick County Volunteer and Informalion
Center (VAC), and they
operate the Christinas basket program
completely with donations and
Public school children and
Brunswick Technical College
students collect food and toys.
Several church and civic groups contribute
money, food, toys and other
items for the baskets.
Interested families or groups can
adopt a needy family for the
Christmas season. More information
is available by calling the VAC office
tlewctt announced Home Missions
also plans to luive a Tree of Hope
with children's names that interested
persons nuiy adopt for Christmas
Names o! children whose parents
are on food stamps, disabled, or have
a small income or no job can be called
in to the Home Missions Center at
Several pieces of Oak Island property
seized by the Internal Revenue
Service for nonpayment of federal
taxes will !>e sold at auction Tuesday,
Nov. 26, at the cafeteria/public
assembly building at the Brunswick
County Government Center in
At 10 a.m., according to a notice
from Revenue Officer James T. Kite
of Wilmington, the property at 7 T'ebble
Beach Drive, Yaupon Beach,
owned by Hugh 1). and Kllubeth W
Zachary will be sold. Included are a
100-feet by 213-feet marsh front lot
and 1.842 square foot residence
At 10:15 a.m., four canal front lots
owned by Robert G, and Carlene K
Hemlrtx Jr go on the block These
are lots 7, 8 and 9. Block 228, Section
18. at Honor's Point, including a
2,000 square feet frame residence,
and a SJ-tret by 144-feet canal front
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REBECCA JEAN RCSS
Rebecca Jean Russ, 5, of Brierwood
Estates, Shallotte, died Tuesday
in North Carolina Memorial
Hospital at Chapel Hill.
A graveside service was held 11
a.m. Friday in Brunswick Memorial
Gardens, with Revs. Dan Norman,
Constance Belmore and Stan Smith
Survivors include her parents,
William T. I Rusty) Russ Jr. and Polly
Greenwood Russ of the home; her
brothers, Masters William Thomas
Russ III and Charles Andrew Russ,
both of the home; her sister. Miss
Mary Miller Russ; her paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.T.
Russ Jr. of Shallotte; her maternal
grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. J.B
Greenwood of Charlotte; and mater
nai greai-granamomers Mrs. F.H.
Stephens of Charlotte and Mrs. J.B.
Greenwood Sr. of Media, Pa.
The family said that donations may
be made to the Ronald MaeDonald
House, Box 3367, Chapel Hill, NC
CORINNE I. GREENE
Corinne Iola Greene, 84, of Simpsonville,
died Saturday, Oct. 19.
She was formerly employed as a (
home economics teacher at Shallotte
High School and as home extension
agent with the Bruaswick County ,
Agricultural Exteasion Service.
A graveside service was held Oct. j
20 in Simpsonvillc Cemetery by Rev. |
Robert H. Freeland.
A native of Greenville County, she j
was the daughter of the late George j
and I <oila Gresham Greene. A retired
schoolteacher, she owned Greene's
Flower Shop until her retirement. (
She was a member of First Baptist ^
Church in Simpsonville. j
Survivors include her sister, Mrs. f
B.R. (Ethel) Greene of Simpsonville;
three nieces and three nephews. .
Herbert Cooper, 69, of Route 4, ^
I .eland, died Tuesday at his home j
after a lengthy illness.
The funeral was held Thursday in
Pine Valley Church of God, with Rev. ^
B.D. Franklin officiating. Burial was
in Oleander Memorial Gardens.
Horn in Mnrinn Pmintv Q C*
Aug. 24, 1916, Cooper was the son of
the lute Benjamin und IxjUi Wiggins "
Survivors Include Ids wile. Alberta
Kaulk Cooper of the home; two sons,
Kenneth Cooper of Wiiniingion and
Paul Cooper of Florida; three
brothers, Troy Cooper, Bevin Cooper 1
and Malcolm Cooper, all of Florence, I
S.C.; two sisters, Mrs. llunna 1
Harness and Mrs. Becky Turner,
both of Murion, SC.; and a grand- 1
child, Michael Cooper.
CHARl-IF. ROY GRAY
Charlie Roy Gray, 71, of Brunswick
Village, Shallotte, died Thursday.
The funeral was held Saturday in
Shallotte First Baptist Church, with
Revs. Eddie Booth und Uindis IanWe're
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caster officiating. Burial was in the
Chapel Hill Cemetery,
Survivors include a son, Dicky E.
Gray of Shallotte; two daughters,
Ciiaileiie G. Stanley and Jewel
Smith, both of Shallotte; eight grandchildren
and four greatgrandchildren.
I.EE ETHEL SWAIN
I>ee Ethel Swain of Southport died
Monday at Dosher Memorial
Hospital in Southport.
The funeral was held Friday at St.
James AME Zion Church with Rev.
Frank W. Hough officiating. Burial
was in John Smith Cemetery.
Survivors include a daughter,
Helen Moore; granddaughter, Donna
Moore of the home; two nieces, Mrs.
Orean Coleman and Mrs. Delorcs
Nickolis, both of Phoenix, Ariz.; a
nenheur. Willip T. F.vanc .Qr nf
Southport; and two grandnieces,
Mrs. Betty Walden of Phoenix and
Mrs. Karla M. Parker of Southport.
JOHN O. KING SR.
John Octavious King Sr., 68, of
n? - " ? r 1 - - J .. v?.,
11, in New Hanover Memorial
Hospital following a lengthy illness.
The funeral was held Thursday in
the Coble Ward-Smith Oleander
Chapel with Rev. Sam Hill officiating.
Burial was in Oleander
Born in Hopewell, Va., on July 20,
1917, King was the son of the late
itupcrt L. and Emma Pigford King.
Je served in the Wilmington Fire
department 24 years, six years with
Vew Hanover County and 10 years
vith the state.
He was a member of First Advent
Christian Church, a veteran of World
Var II and a charter member of the
4orth Brunswick Daughters of
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
xiuise Yandle King of the home; a
on, John O. King Jr. of Iceland; four
laughters, Nancy K. Logan of
rliami, Fla., Charlotte K. Teachev
nd Judy K. Bradshaw of Wilmington
nd Johnnie I>ou Smith of Yaupon
leach; 17 grandchildren and eight
LLEWELLYN L. HEWETT JR.
Llewellyn L. Hewett Jr., 55, of
Pitusville, Fla., and the Grissettown
:on imunlty. Shnllotlc, (lied Thursday
In New Hanover Memorial Hoeipltul
following a brief illness.
The funeral was held Saturday in
the Brunswick Funeral Service
Chapel with Rev. Dan Norman officiating.
Burial was in Mint*
Hewett was the son of Mary Francis
Somersett Hewett of Shallolte and
the late Llewellyn L. Hewett.
Hewett was an electrical engineer,
and had been employed by NASA for
the past 29 years. Fur' the past 84
years he had been involved in the
space program and the design of the
space shuttle. He received conunenked
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dations from the Department (
Defense and President Dwight E
Eisenhour for his work on th
guidance system of the Polari
Evangelyn Ballard of Route
Leland, died Friday, Nov. 15, in Ne
Hanover Memorial Hospital.
The funeral was held Tuesday <
Summerville AME Zion Church i
Inland, with Presiding Elder T.I
Robinson officiating. Burial was i
the Robinson Cemetery.
Ms. Ballard was the daughter <
the late Asa and Estelle Hill Ballan
.^iirvivnrc inrlnHo t Viroo hrntkon
James Ballard of Bronx, N.Y
Herbert Ballard of Durham an
Clarence Ballard of Philadelphi;
Pa.; and five sisters, Mrs. Hatti
Blackwell, Mrs. Thelma Seldon, Mr
Elizabeth Haigler and Mrs. Vivia
Weston, all of Philadelphia, Pa., an
Mrs. 1-oralyn Robinson of Leland.
ALICE ELIZABETH SMITH
Alice Elizabeth Smith, 60, of Asl
died Saturday in Dosher Memori.
Hospital at Souihpon.
The funeral was held Monday ?
New Britton Baptist Church, of whic
she was a member. Revs. Anso
Smith and Eugene Evans officiatec
Burial was in the church cemetery.
Survivors include her daughtei
Mrs. Adolph (Ann) Smith of Ash; he
brother, Wesley Smith of Ash; he
sister, Lucas Marie Simmons of Ash
and three grandchildren.
BILLY D. VAN ALLEN
Billy Duane Van Allen, 50, of Roul
1, Supply, died Wednesday, Nov. 1
in the Brunswick Hospital.
A memorial service was held Kr
day in the Brunswick Memori;
Survivors include his wife, Mr
Bobbie Jean Van Allen of the home
three sons, Cameron R. Phillips i
Greensboro, Robin Seott Phillips <
Raeford and William D. Van Allen <
Myrtle Beach, S.C; five brother:
John Walter Van Allen of Vaccos
ville, Calif., 1-eland Van Allen (
Phillipsburg, Kan., Red Van Allen <
Truth or Consequences, N.M., an
Mike Van Allen of Thibodaux, 1-a
four sisters, Mrs. Velda Meredith (
Wichita, Kan., Mrs. Darlene Mahai
of Pleasant Hill. Calif., Mrs. Bett
Hum of Bison, Kan., anil Mrs llcv
Dickson of Midland, Texas; and
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COME AM) Rl
More than 1,000 deeds or deeds of
trust were recorded in Brunswick
* County during the month of October,
e reports Registrar Robert J. Robin^
A total of 1,118 deeds or deeds of
trust brought in revenues of $8,541, he
w Irregular instruments, including
filing of corporations, contracts,
1 financial statements, births, deaths
I*1 and marriages totalled $4,972.60 for
,' the month.
111 Forty-one plats were recorded,
generating a revenue of $559. Real
J estate excise tax collected totaled
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Expenses were postage, $194.65;
'' telephone, $275.66; departmental
le supplies, $1,050.73; equipment rental,
s' $1,734.15; contracted services,
" $1,070.07; and capital outlay, $1,100
for a total of $5,425.26, excluding
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