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Prepare For Bible School
VBS Begins Monday
Vacation Bible School will be of
fered for all ages June 14-18 at Shell
Point Baptist Church.
Hours will be from 6 p.m. to 9
p.m., said Frances Sweatt. Activities
will include Bible study, music,
crafts and refreshments.
A commencement program will
be held June 20 at 7 p.m.
Calvary Bible School
Calvary Baptist Church, N.C. 179,
Shallotte, will hold- Vacation Bible
School Sunday, June 13, through
Friday, June 18, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Classes from nursery through
adult will be available. For more in
formation contact the church office
Bible School Planned
Sabbath Home Baptist Church of
Holden Beach will hold a week-long
Bible school starting Sunday, June
13, and continuing through Friday,
Adult classes will start at 7:30
p.m. The public is welcome to at
tend. The church is located on Sab
bath Home Road near the Holden
Remer At Chapel
The Rev. Doug Remer, an Epis
copal rector, will lead worship Sun
day, June 13, at the Holden Beach
The nondenom i national chapel is
located on Rothschild Street. Wor
ship begins at 11 a.m., with Sunday
school at 10 a.m. A nursery is pro
Counting His Blessings
Jerry King of Calabash, a golf
coursc maintenance worker at
Brunswick Plantation, will offer his
personal testimony Friday, June 11,
at the monthly banquet of the Full
Gospel Business Mens Fellowship
Ibe meeting begins at 7 p.m. at
Family House Restaurant, Main
A high school dropout and former
Marine who was sentenced to 60
years in prison. King will speak of
the new beginning he was given.
Myda Kelton of Charlotte will be
guest speaker for Shallottc Women's
Aglow Fellowship on Saturday, June
12, at 10 a.m. with fellowship and
9:30 a.m. at the
Center on Stan
given her testi
mony in various
KELTON ing the "700
Club" on television and in other
countries, of sight being given to her
scvcn-wcck-old baby girl and of a
son set free from a life of drug and
All women and teenage girls arc
invited to attend. For more informa
tion, call Irene McCrackin at 287
3814 or Jean Barber (nights) at 579
Country Store Set
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic
Church in North MyrUc Beach, S.C.,
will sponsor a country store and
yard sale June 17-19, said spokes
man George Yatkauskas.
Hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday, June 17, and Friday, June
18, and 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday,
The church is located at U.S. 17
and 8th Avenue North.
Crystal Springs Missionary Bap
tist Church of Lcland will observe
appreciation services for its pastor,
the Rev. E.H. Stevenson, on Sunday,
Morning worship service will be
at 11:30 a.m. Appreciation services
will begin at 3:30 p.m., led by the
Rev. Clcophus Wright Jr., the choir
and congregation of Pcrkinsvillc
St. James Anniversary
The gospel choir of St. James
AME Zion Church of 407 E. West
St., Southport, will celebrate its first
anniversary June 13 at 3 p.m.
Local and out-of-town guest
choirs will be featured. Members
and visitors arc welcomc.
Local Deaths And. Funerals
MALINDA LUCILLE RIGGINS
The funeral for Malinda Lucille
Higgins of Wilmington was held
May 5 at Mt. Zion Baptist Church of
The Rev. M.C. Herring officiated.
Burial was in the church cemetery.
Her survivors include three sis
ters, Ethel Brockington and Beatrice
Brown of Wilmington and Jannic
Jackson of Longwood; four broth
ers, Shady Daniels of Longwood,
and J.D. Daniels, Ccasar Daniels
and McClayton Daniels, all of
Wilmington; and two foster chil
dren, Jennie Bellamy and Ida
Moody, both of Longwood.
FRANCIS WILLIAM GANEY
Francis William Gancy, 52, of
Lcland, died June 4 at New Hanover
Regional Medical Center, Wilm
The funeral was June 6 at Ep
worth United Methodist Church,
Wilmington, with the Rev. Margaret
Hockctl officiating. Burial was in
Bethany Presbyterian Church Cem
Mr. Gancy was bom in Wilm
ington on Sept. 30, 1940, the son of
the late Francis Whitfield and Helen
Mintz Gaincy. He was a member of
the United Methodist Men and the
choir and was Sunday School direc
tor at Epwonh UMC. He taught at
Brunswick Community College.
Memorials may be made to
Lower Cape Fear Hospice, 811 Prin
cess St., Wilmington, N.C. 28401 or
to Epwonh United Methodist
Church, 408 Willard Sl, Wilm
HENRY NELSON JONES
Henry Nelson Jones, 59, of
Shalloue, died June 4 at New
Regional Medical Center, Wilmin
The funeral was June 6 in the
chapel of Brunswick Funeral Ser
vice, Shallotte, by the Rev. Billy
Smith. Burial was in Brunswick
Memorial Gardens, Shalloue.
He was born in Brunswick
County on Aug. 8, 1933, a son of
the late Henry and Ethel Ludlum
Jones. He was a U.S. Coast Guard
veteran and a heavy equipment me
chanic with the N.C. Department of
Survivors include his wife, Patsy
Tyndall Jones of the home; two
sons, Ricky Jones and Dean Jones,
both of Shallotte; two sisters, Cath
lene Clemmons and Virginia Rey
nolds, both of Shallotte; and four
THOMAS DARRELL SMITH
Thomas Darrell Smith, 51, of
Calabash, died Saturday, June 5.
Vacation Ejb ^eS
would like to welcome you lo our...
Sunday School 10:00 AM
Worship Service I 1:00 AM
Sunday Evening 6:00 PM
Wed. Bible Study 7:00 PM
Come and worship the Lord with us.
Rev. Robert Hargrove
Village Point Rd.-Shallotte Point
The funeral was 2 p.m. Wednes
day, June 9, in the Brunswick Funeral
Service Chapel, Shallouc, with
Pastor Larry Ward and Pastor Dwight
Reeves officiating. Burial was in
Brunswick Memorial Gardens.
He was bom on Sept. 18, 1941, in
High Point, a son of Ira T. and
Annie Ruth Gore Smith of
Calabash. He was the owner of Dar
rell Smith Builders.
In addition to his parents survivors
include his wife, Carolyn Jane
Reeves Smith of the home; two
daughters, Lisa Jane Shcaly of
Prosperity, S.C., and Dana Ann Utter
of the home; a sister, Judith S. Riley
of Calabash; and three grandsons.
DOLORES BROWN FLY NT
Dolores Brown Flynt, 52, of
Leland died June 7 at her residence.
A graveside scrvicc was held 3
p.m. June 9 in Grccnlawn Memorial
Park, Wilmmington, by the Rev.
She was born in Conway, S.C., on
Aug. 27, 1940, the daughter of the
late Morris Cleveland and Pennie
Laura Alford Brown.
Survivors include her husband,
Robert Lylc Flynt of the home; her
son, Winston N. Flynt of Dclco; her
daughters, Pennie A. Dziembowski
of Wilmington and Melanie L.
Cooper of Grover; four grandchil
dren; a brother, and seven sisters.
EDWARD V. MOORE SR.
Edward V. Moore Sr., 67, of
Surfsidc Beach, S.C., formerly of
the Leland community, died June 6
in Grand Strand General Hospital,
Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The funeral was 11 a.m. Wednes
day, June 9, at Coble Ward-Smith
Funeral Service Chapel with the
Rev. Allen R. Gainey officiating.
Burial was in Oleander Memorial
Moore was bom in Burgaw on
May 31, 1926, the son of the late
Lloyd and Annie Cottle Moore.
Survivors include his wife, Gracie
Batten Moore of the home; a son,
Edward V. Moore Jr. of Castle
Hayne; a stepson, Ernest Skipper of
Wilmington; three daughters,
Frances M. Fussell of Wilmington
and Jeannie Rogers and Anita Stan
Keel, both of Leland; a stepdaugh
ter, Victoria S. Thompson of
Wilmington; a brother, Milton
Moore of Grafton, Va.; a sister,
Gladys Castellow of Grafton, Va.;
and 11 grandchildren.
WILLIAM W. WALKER
William "Bill" While Walker, 71.
of Route 1, Nakina, died at his resi
dence June 7.
Arrangements were to be an
nounced by Worthington Funeral
Home of Chadbourn.
Survivors include his wife, Annie
Mae Slocks of the home; two sons,
Myron Walker and Billy Walker,
both of Long Bcach; a daughter,
Gayle Sanders of Florence, S.C.; a
stepson, Bobby Ward of Fori Bliss,
Texas; four stepdaughters, Capt.
Karen Ward of Belgium, Elizabeth
Souza of Rcston, Va., Judith
Plctcher of Cartcrsville, Ga., and
Vicki Ward of Greensboro; two
brothers, Paul Walker Sr. of Chad
bourn and James C. Walker of
Columbia, S.C.; seven sisters, Eliza
beth Payne of Chadbourn, Marie
Aylcsworth of Florida, Alice Romig
of Smyrna, Ga., Jane Romig of
Orlando, Fla., Rcbccca Brozoswki
of Baltimore, Md., Miriam Tedder
of Shallotte and Sudie Nealey of
Tabor City; three grandchildren; and
A LINK P. STEPHENS
Aline Purvis Stephens, 88, for
merly of Columbus County, died
June 6 in The Brunswick Hospital,
The funeral was June 8 at Lcland
Baptist Church with the Rev. Billy
Buchanan and 'he Rev. Pete
DeBruhl officiating. Burial was in
Grccnlawn Memorial Park, Wilm
She was a member of Lcland
Baptist Church, a Sunday School
teacher and WMU member. Survi
vors include a son, Julian P. "J.P."
Stephens of Lcland; two daughters,
Marjorie S. Hayes of Lumberton
and Maxine S. Hill of Myrtle Bcach,
S.C.; two sisters. Nana Benton of
Cerro Gordo and Esther Johnson of
Delco; 21 grandchildren; and 22
The Family of A.D. McLamb
Acknowledges with grateful apprec
iation your kind expression of
sympathy iind sincere kindness to
us with the loss of our mother and
wife, Lena McLamb.
SHALLOTTE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Ocean Isle Beach Worship Service
7:30 AM-Coffee/Fellowship ? 8:30 AM-Worship
On the beach, one mile west of pier
(access at Duneslcie and Driftwood Drive)
May 30th through September 5th
Worship at Shallotte Presbyterian Church
5070 Main Street ? Shallotte
10:00 AM Sunday School 11:00 AM Worship
Dr. Lester L. Dattler, Pastor
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STAFF PHOTO BY LYNN CARLSON
Into The Blue
iMiiren Munns of Sunset Beach was among early participants in the second annual kite festival May
16 sponsored by Seaside United Methodist Church. Ixiuren and her sister Kristen had no problem get
ting their kites airborne with help from their father Chris. About 20 children and 30 adults flew kites in
this year's event. iMuren is pictured wearing a knee-length teal kite festival T-shirt.
Ann Marie Gore Making A Difference
A Brunswick County native now University. byterian Hunger Program, Sher
living in Philadelphia, Pa., is one of Now, as clerk of session of wood operates one of 19 Care Clos
thrce individuals featured in the Sherwood Presbyterian in Southwest ets in Philadelphia, offering emcr
'"One Great Hour of Sharing" social Philadelphia, she directs the 50- gency services, and is the first to be
ministries campaign of the Prcs- member congregation's wide array come a Super Cupboard, combining
byterian Church (USA) this year. of outreach ministries. These in- emergency food relief with a cur
Gifts through this Christian action elude a homeless shelter and food riculum of basic living skills such as
program are used to help communi- relief, day care and tutoring pro- nutrition, parenting and income
ties help themselves, "to pursue their grams. Supported by the Pres- management.
vision of community in their own
Ann Marie (Stoney) Gore, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thomas
of Longwood, is described as "a sign
of how in changing a single life, the
Spirit can change a community."
Gore was a high school dropout
and young wife and mother when
she came to the city 20 years ago.
Once her four children were in
school, she went back to finish high
school, then earned a B.A. in busi
ness administration form Temple
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: The Rev. Canillle Yorkey Edwards
1300 Seaside Rd. SW IHwy. 9041
Worship Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 9:GO a.m.
Meeting In Shalloltc Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
Are you dissatisfied with ^ If you said yes to
your life? Is your marriage any or all of these
on the rocks? Are your questions, stop
kids spoiled Brats? rfflCv/f\0l^ torturing your
Is it a struggle W j l|r self, come and
to get up X r spend some time
in the, / Vil I / / J Z< with us. Share the
morning l \\\ \ ! y) \ true meaning
and 1 UJys L /*V of life with
face ?V Y " % -7 1/ / \ people who
another \Mp* "K ? [J \ truly care
day? Do \ c\/v\ y _ about
you feel ^ Ny4^*^^ Yyou - 0/?d
that ?' ,tJ*V mx V?^y\NMkV^'> /I \ feel alive
there must II I again.
be more to life?
life doesn't have to be painful!
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
"We fleaCCy Care
Come Worship with Us
438 Gray Bridge Rd. SW
Shallotte, NC 28459
Hope to see you soon!