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Ministering To Youth
Shannon and Gary Casola, shown above with Chris Payne (center), will bring their "heart menders"
drama ministry to Harvest Fellowship Pentecostal Holiness Church's "Youth Explosion" May 7-9.
Services will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10:45 a.m. Sunday at the church, 438 Gray
Bridge Road, Shallotte, off Holden Beach Road.
Smith To Be Guest At Full Gospel Banquet
James "Jim" Smith, purchasing
agent with a major pharmaceutical
company in Durham, will be guest
speaker for the monthly banquet of
the local chapter of Full Gospel
Business Men Fellowship Intern
The banquet will be Friday, May
7, at 7 p.m. at Family House Rest
Smith is an Asheville native who
attended Western Carolina Univer
sity and earned a degree in business
management from Charleston Sout
hern University. He has served five
years as chapter president of the
Raleigh FGBMFI chapter, has been
a field representatives and currently
is national director for North
Member and wives are invited.
Yard Sale Slated
St. Brendan's Catholic Church
will hold its spring yard sale May 6,
7 and 8 at the church, which is locat
ed two miles south of Shallotlc on
Household, personal and novelty
items will be featured.
Sale hours are 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday;
and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
McCann To Preach
The Rev. Dr. Tom McCann is the
pastor of the week at the Holdcn
United Methodist Church
8:00 AM Worship Service
9:00 AM Christian Education Hour
9:30-10:00 AM Fellowship Time
10:00 AM Worship Service
CASUAL DRESS ? NURSERY PROVIDED
Pastor: Ttic Rev. Camlltc Yorkcv Edwards
1300 Seaside Rd. SW (Hwy 904)
Worship Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallotlc Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
@nd ANNUAL KITE
iST seaside united
participation u open to evtryone m the community
Kite Making Workshop
May 8, Noon Until At the Church, Hwy 90-1
Material* 4 creative guides to be provided
Kite Festival Day
May 16, 12:30 pm until at
Sunset Beach Strand
(rain <?t? Mmy 231
Call 579-5763 for information
A Baptist minister from Martins
ville, Va., he will lead the 11 a.m.
worship service Sunday at the non
denominational chapel, which is lo
cated on Rothschild Street across
from the town hall.
A nursery is provided and Sunday
school is offered at 10 a.m.
Burlingame Will Sing
Judy Burlingame of Lockwood
Folly will sing original songs at the
May 8 meeting of the Shallotle
Women's Aglow Fellowship.
The meeting begins at 10 a.m.
Saturday at the Lockwood Folly
Community Building on Stanbury
Road, Supply, with fellowship be
ginning at 9:30 a.m.
Burlingame leads Bible studies in
Southport and Holden Beach and
ministers in music with her husband,
Alvin.Thcy are members of New
The meeting is open to all women
and teen-age girls. For more infor
mation contact Irene McCrackin at
Wire & delivery service available
Shady Oak Florist
Full line florist & garden shop
e florist & gar
Drama To Be Repeated
New Briilon Baptist Church of
Ash will present its Easter drama,
"Is It 1, Lord?" a second time
Saturday, May 8, at 8 p.m.
A nursery will be provided.
Visitors are encouraged to attend.
The church is located on
Kingtown Road off N.C. 130 West.
Pastors Meet Friday
Mission Lighthouse Church of
Calabash will be the site of the
Coastal Fellowship of Churches pas
toral meeting Friday, May 7, at 7
The Rev. Larry Ward is the host
All area pastors arc invited to at
tend. For more information they can
contact spokesperson Tom Bias t
The Mission Lighthouse Church
is located in Calabash at the comer
of Carter's Drive and Trader's Lane.
Toys ? Bicycles ? Treadmills ? Appliances
We assemble things that come in a box.
Mower Repairs ? Other Garden Tools
Wheel Bearing ? Cleaning ? Lubrication ? Boat Trailers ? Travel Trailers
Pick Up & Delivery Service
We Make House Calls
Call early-after 8:30 AM leave message. We will return call by
noon til 1 PM. After 1 PM, we will return call A.S.A.P.
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<^eoples Funeral Home
Invites you to listen to:
"Sharing God's Love"
Each Sunday Morning
From 9 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
on WTAB Radio AM 1370
United Family Life Insurance
Pre-need, Life, Disability
I Iwy. 17 S., Shallotte 405 S. Memory St., Whiteville
Service with Dependability, Distinction and Dignity
MILES E. INGRAM
Miles Edward "Eddie" Ingram,
54, of Calabash, died April 28 in
New Hanover Regional Medical
A memorial service was held
April 30 at Brunswick Funeral Ser
Bom Dec. 15, 1938, in Mccklen
burg County, he was a son of Will
iam Frank Ingram of Charlotte and
the late Vernie Hcdrick. He was em
ployed with Kimball's Furniture in
Survivors in addition to his father
arc two sons, Yancey Ingram of
Calabash and Troy Ingram of Char
lotte; two daughters, Leinani Ingram
of Clover and Shane Hunter of
Charlotte; two brothers, Charles In
gram of Shelbyville, Ky., and Allen
Ingram of Holdcn Beach; two sis
ters, Sarah Heffncr and Judy Rat
cliff, both of Charlotte; and five
Memorials may be made to the
Yancey Ingram Scholarship Fund,
3617 Shane Lane, Charlotte, N.C.
Baxter Morion, 75, of the Wam
pce commpunty of Longs, S.C., died
April 23 in St Eugene Community
Hospital, Dillon, S.C., following an
illness. He was a retired sawmill op
The f uneral was May 25 at Pleas
ant Plain Baptist Church, with burial
in North Myrtle Beach Memorial
Gardens. The Rev. Mack Hutson,
Mr. Morton was bom May 20,
1917, in Albemarle, the son of the
late Hey wood S. and Bessie Maude
Hudson Morton. He was a member
of Pleasant Plain Baptist Church in
Survivors include his wife. Ruby
Jenkins Morton of Longs, S.C.; six
daughters, Frankie Prince of Sumter,
S.C., Brenda Lewis of Charleston,
S.C., Judy Faircloth and Phyllis
Morton, both of Longs. Kay Vaught
of Loris, S.C., and Penny Howell of
Alexandria, Ind.; a brother, Roy
Morton of Longs; a sister, Evelyn
Thompson of Southport; nine grand
children; and eight great-grandchil
NANCY VEAZEY LATTA
Nancy Vcazcy Latta, 92, of Lil
lington, died May 2.
The funeral was May 3 at Har
mony Baptist Church, with the Rev.
Stephen Burrow and the Rev. Jeff
Roberts officiating. Burial was in
Harnett Memorial Park.
Survivors include three daughters,
Marguerite Bell and Lucy Thomas
of Bunnlcvcl and Katherine Lee of
TearC V. <M.c(DonaXd.
On Mother's Day
Qod Cooligif around his garden and
found an empty space.
Then He looked doum upon the
earth and saw your tired fact.
Tie put his arms around you and
(if ted you to rest.
Qod'sgarden must be beautiful,
'Tor Me only tal(es the best.'
"He knew that you were suffering.
Me knew that you were in pain.
Me knew you would never get
wed upon his earth again.
Me saw the roads were getting
rough and the fulls were hard
Me closed your weary eyes and
whispered "Peau be Thine.'
It broke our hearts to Cose you,
but you didn't go alone.
'Jor part of us went with you
tfu day Qod called you fumu."
Judy & Jamily
Holden Beach; two sons, James
Latta of Bunnlevel and William Har
vey Lalta of Albemarle; 18 grand
children; 21 grcat-grandchildrcn;
and four great-great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to Har
mony Baptist Church, P.O. Box 116,
Bunnlevel, N.C. 28323 or to Baptist
Children's Homes, P.O. Box 338,
Thomasville, N.C. 27360.
CRYSTAL VARNAM CAUDILL
Crystal "Chris" Vamam Caudill,
37, of Supply died April 30 at her
A graveside scrvicc was held May
2 at Dixon Chapel United Methodist
Church Cemetery, Vamamtown. The
Rev. Tracie Vamum and the Rev.
Maurice Lancaster officiated.
She was bom in Brunswick
County on July 19, 1955, the daugh
ter of Harry Lcgwin and Esther
Williams Vamam of Supply. She
was a member of Dixon Chapel Un
ited Methodist Church, where she
was active in numerous programs.
She was employed at the U.S. Ar
my's Sunny Point Military Ocean
Terminal at Southport as a security
clerk for 20 years.
Survivors in addition to her par
ents include her husband, James Earl
Caudill of the home; two sons,
James Eric Caudill and Jesse Lee
Caudill, both of the home; a brother,
William Lcgwin Varnam of Supply;
four sisters, Sandra Vamam Mat
thews of Lcland; Beverly "BeBc"
Woolen, Cheryl Varnam Futch and
Mary Ellen Vamam, all of Supply.
CATHY JO STANLEY
Cathy Jo Stanley, 33, of Shallottc,
died April 28 at Duke University
Medical Center in Durham.
The funeral was May 3 at Ml Zion
Baptist Church, Longwood, where
the Rev. M.C. Herring is pastor.
Burial was in the church cemetery.
Survivors include her parents,
Jason and Bessie S. Daniels; her
husband, Charles Edward Stanley;
three children, Carla Daniels, Shan
dell Daniels and Clint Daniels; two
sisters, Betty Boykin and Doris
Daniels; and two brothers, Swindell
Daniels and James Daniels.
LILLIK MAE BRYANT
Lillic Mac Bryant of Supply died
The funeral was May 4 at Big
Macedonia Baptist Church, Supply,
with the the Rev. Lawrence Keel,
pastor, officiating. Burial was in
Galloway Cemetery, Supply.
She was the wife of Herman
Bryant. Other survivors include two
sons, Herman Bryant and William
Bryant; a daughter, Irene Bryant; a
brother, James Smith; and two sis
ters, Florence Chapman and Lillian
Ernest Mcisiek, 91, of Supply,
died May 3 in Liberty Commons,
Wilmington. He was a retired nurs
eryman and florist.
The funeral was to be held May
15 in New Brunswick, NJ.
Bom in Hanover, Germany, on
Oct. 5, 1901, he was a son of the late
Ernest and Ema Bosenberg Mcisiek.
He was the husband of the late
Mathide Heimbcrg Mcisiek. He was
a member of Shallotte Presbyterian
Survivors include three daughters,
Ruth M. Shclton of Supply, Mari
anna Brumbaugh of Cleveland,
Ohio, and Elizabeth Tull of Franklin
Park, NJ.; eight grandchildren; and
Memorials may be made to Shal
lotte Presbyterian Church Building
Fund, 5070 Main Street, Shallotte,
Serving Brunswick County Since 1945
A proud tradition of dignified service to every family's needs.'
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' ARRANGEMENTS & MONUMENTS
Greg White-Manager ? 754-6848
Hwy. 17 N., Supply (Only 6 minutes north of Shallotte)
St. James the Fisherman
4941 Main St, Bus. Hwy. 17, P.O. Box 68, Shallotte, NC 28459
FATHER S DAY
MAINE LOBSTER SALE
Hundreds Of Prime Live Maine Lobsters Flown
Into Brunswick County For This Sale
LIVE LOBSTERS ONLY $9.50 EACH
Perfectly cooked lobsters: Add 50<l
SATURDAY, JUNE 19
ORDER YOUR LOBSTERS EARLY!
Tickets are available from members of St. James the Fisherman. Mail
orders will be held at the door. In order to guarantee you quality and
freshness, all lobsters must be purchased by June 9th. We pre-pay for
lobsters so no refunds are possible. Pick up lobsters at the church by
1:00 PM on June 19th. If ordering live lobsters, please bring cooler for
pickup. HURRY, DEADLINE IS NEAR!
When picking up lobsters, have fun and shop at our
RUMMAGE SALE 10 am-4 pm.
jName Number of lobsters @ $9" live each
I cooked each
|Addres8 Amount enclosed
Phone number Make check payable to St. James the Fisherman.
(All proceeds go to St. James the Fisherman Building Fund)
(5<r~l SUNDAY SERVICES
\|/ 8:00 AM - Holy Eucharist
9:45 AM - Church School for all ages,
nursery through adult
10:30 AM - Holy Eucharist
Morning Prayer on 5th Sundays
Coffee and fellowship following both services.
Casual attire. Nursery available.
7PM ? Holy Eucharist and healing
Church 754-9313 Rectory 842-8498
Community Christian School
Is Now Registering Students
For 1993-1994 School Year!
We are pleased with our success for the past three years,
using accelerated Christian Education-School of Tomorrow
We are prepared to meet the needs of the whole child
along with the curriculum, Math, English, Social Studies,
Science and Word Building. We also offer an interesting
selection of electives such as Computer Literacy, Old
Testament Survey, Life of Christ, Basic Literature, Basic
In every phase of study Christian character is
We are located at: COMMUNITY CHAPEL CHURCH
Hwy. 130, Holden Beach Rd., Shallotte ? 754-6653
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