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Puppet Ministry Set Friday
A free puppet ministry will be
presented to the public Friday, June
18, at 7:30 p.m. at the Holdcn Beach
Fishing Pier by the youth group of
State Street Baptist Church, Cayce,
The group is sponsored by the
Brunswick Baptist Association as
pari of its summer resort ministry
and is also participating in the
Brunswick Islands Baptist Church
Church Wants Tap-On
Mt. Carmel Primitive Free Will
Baptist Church at Shallotte Point
will hold a barbecue dinner
Saturday, June 19, to raise money to
conncct the church to the Brunswick
County Water System.
"We really would like to get
county water," said spokesman
The pork barbecue dinners will be
served from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Mt. Carmel Church is located on
Pigott Road, between Village Point
Road and Brick Landing Road.
Vacation Bible School will be of
fered at Supply Baptist Church June
21-25 for students birth through age
Sessions will be held from 8:30
a.m. until noon, following the theme
For more information call Carla
Shipman, 754-6883, or Mackie
The Perkins Gospel Singers of
Laurinburg will be featured during an
afternoon singing Sunday, June 20, at
Union Chapel Independent Church.
The singing will begin at about
1:30 p.m., and is part of an all-day
service that includes worship at 11
am. led by Pastor Arthur Spencer,
and a fellowship dinner.
The church is located on Boone's
Neck Road off N.C. 130 east.
Custer At Chapel
The Rev. Dr. Harold Custer, a
minister of the Church of the
Nazarene in Fruitland Park, Fla., is
the pastor of the week at The
Holdcn Beach Chapel.
He will lead the 11 a.m. service at
the nondenominational chapel,
which is located on Rothschild
Street across from the town hall.
A nursery is provided and Sunday
school begins at 10 a.m.
VBS Starts Sunday
Vacation Bible School begins
Sunday, June 20, and continues
through Thursday from 6 p.m. to
8:30 p.m. at Seaside United Metho
Classes will be offered for stu
dents ages 2 through 12. The school
will conclude with a cookout and
program Thursday evening.
Bible School Offered
Sharon United Methodist Church
on Holden Beach Road will hold
Vacation Bible School next week.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Monday, through Friday, June 21
25, said spokesman Ginny Mc
A commencement program will
be held Sunday, June 27, at 7:30
p.m., followed by refreshments.
Watson To Speak
Gloria Watson of Longwooo will
be the guest speaker at the Southport
Women's Aglow meeting this
Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Southport
Senior Citizens Building.
God has shown Gloria that "all
things work together for good to
them that love the Lord and to them
that are called according to His pur
pose," according to a news release.
All women and teen-age girls arc
invited to the meeting. The senior
citizens building is located on Atlan
For more information, call Bonnie
Leonard at 754-6247 or Tuddie
Dixon at 842-6565.
Ho/come To Preach
Pastor Wayne Holcome of Open
Door Fellowship in Williamsport,
Pa., will be holding services this
Sunday, June 20, at Seaside Chris
The morning service starts at 10
and the evening service at 7.
The church is located on N.C. 179
at Rainbow Plaza in Seaside. For
more information, call Pastor
Dwight Reeves at 754-6701.
Dixon Chapel VBS
Dixon Chapel Church in Vamam
town will conduct Vacation Bible
School June 21-25 from 8:30-11
Everyone is welcome. For more
information, call Dottie Holden at
Reynolds To Preach
Hiram Reynolds, pastor of Word
of Faith Church in Mullins, S.C.,
will be the guest evangelist for re
vival Services June 25-27 at Abund
ant Life Church.
Services will begin at 7:30 p.m.
The church is located on N.C. 179
seven-tenths mile south of Shallotte.
For information call Earl Pigott,
Christian Action League Official
To Speak To Brunswick Pastors
Coy C. Privetle, executive direc- Agricultural Commiuee.
tor of the Christian Action League Privette, a Statcsvillc native, is a
of North Carolina, will be the fea- former four-term House member
tured speaker at the regular meeting who represented Cabarrus, Stanly
of the Brunswick Baptist Ministers' and Union counties in the 34th
Conference on Monday, June 21, at House district. He is a retired
10:30 a.m. at Calvary Baptist coloncl from the U.S. Aimy
Church of Shalloue. Reserves and holds a master of di
Privette also serves as the Region vinity degree from Southeastern
VI director, N.C. Baptist Men. Baptist Theological Seminary.
His topic will be legalized gam- He served two terms as president
bling proposals currently before the of the Baptist State Convention and
N.C. General Assembly. Lottery leg- was pastor of the North Kannapolis
islation has passed the state Senate Baptist Church for IS years. For 8
and is now in a House committee, years he has represented North
Parimutuel betting initiatives have Carolina Baptists on the Christian
passed a Senate panel, but the House Life Commission of the Southern
bill is deadlocked in the House Baptist Convention, Nashville.
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HERBERT A. LYNCH
Herbert A. Lynch, Ph.D., 80, of
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North Carolina Memorial Hospital
in Chapel Hill. He was a former
management consultant, labor arbi
trator and instructor.
The memorial service was June
11 at St James Episcopal Church,
Shallotte, by the Rev. Dr. Richard
Bom in Wilmington on Sept. 8,
1912, he was the son of the late
Herbert Adolphus and Jane Iredell
He graduated from N.C. State
University with high honors in
chemical engineering and earned a
doctorate in engineering science
from New \ork University. Lynch
was a U.S. Army Air Force veteran
of World War II and taught at New
York University, City College of
New York and UNC Charlotte. Lo
cally he served in the Shallotte Flo
tilla, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary,
and was a member of St. James the
Fisherman Episcopal Church.
Survivors include his wife, Doris
Hillcr Lynch of the home; a son,
James Bardcn Lynch of Minne
apolis, Minn.; two daughters, Jane
L. Lynch of Durham and Frances I.
Tuttle of Seville, Ohio; two brothers,
Charles Lynch of Camden, S.C., and
Thomas G. Lynch of Charlotte; a
sister, Jane Harriss of Wilmington;
and two grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to St.
James the Fisherman Episcopal
Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 68,
Shallotte, N.C. 28459, or to a fa
Geneva Brisson, 81, of Bladen
boro died June 9.
The funeral was June 12 at Cen
ter Road Baptist Church with burial
in New Pail Cemetery.
Survivors include her husband,
Edison L. Brisson; three daughters,
Shirley B. Hall of Elizabeth town,
Hilda B. Kinlaw of Fayetteville and
Glenda B. McLean of Lcland; a sis
ter, Marie Ward of Abbottsburg;
seven grandchildren; and two great
MARGARET C. LUPIA
Margaret Catherine Lupia of
Carolina Shores, Calabash, died
June 12 in The Brunswick Hospital
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
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Pastor: The Rev. Camillc Yorkey Edwards
1300 Seaside Rd. SW (Hwy. 904)
A memorial service was held June
15 in the Brunswick Funeral Service
Chapel, Shallotte, with the Rev.
Francis Maloney officiating.
She was born in New York City
on July 22, 1917, a daughter of the
late John and Kathcrine Nelson
Survivors include her husband,
Patrick Lupia; a son, Patrick J. Lup
ia of Kansas City, Mo.; two daugh
ters, Geri Lupia of Calabash and
Maureen Schell of Troy, Mich.; and
OPHELIA PARKER GORE
Ophelia Parker Gore of South port
died June 9 in New Hanover Regio
nal Medical Center, Wilmington.
The funeral was June 13 at Sl
James AME Zion Church. Burial
was in John Smith Cemetery, South
JAMES DURIAS WARD
James Durias Ward, 82, of South
port died June 12 at his residence.
The funeral was June 15 at South
port Baptist Church, where he was a
member, with the Rev. Wayne Trex
ler officiating. Entombment was in
Cape Fear Memorial Park Maus
Ward was born April 2, 1911, in
Longwood, a son of the late Brooks
and Ellen Butler Ward. He had lived
in Southport 57 years. He was a re
tired fircboat chief engineer at
Military Ocean Terminal, Sunny
Point, and was in the appliance ser
vice business for 36 years. He was a
member of the National Association
of Retired Federal Employees and in
the 1930s was a member of the
Civilian Conservation Corps. He
was a lifetime deacon of Southport
Survivors include his wife. Gertha
Jcnrcue Ward of the home; two
daughters. Omega Harrison of Long
Beach and Joyce Caffee of Leland;
two sons, Charlie E. Ward of Marsh
ville and Roger C. Ward of South
port; 15 grandchildren; and 11 great
Memorial contributions may be
made to Lower Cape Fear Hospice,
the Leukemia Foundation or South
port Baptist Church Building Fund.
ETHEL W. HARRELL
Ethel White Harrell, 87, of North
Myrtle Beach, S.C., died June 2 at
Kingston Nursing Center following
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The funeral was June 4 at
Warn pee Baptist Church, with the
Rev. Jack Land officiating. Burial
was in Southeastern Memorial Gar
She was bom Sept. 5, 1905, in
Gaston County,N.C., to the late Tho
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was a member of Warn pec Baptist
The widow of John T. Harrell, she
had made her home in North Myrtle
Beach for 44 years.
Survivors include a son, Thomas
L. Harrell of North Myrtle Beach; a
daughter, Mrs. Jay (Violet) Kecter of
North Myrtle Beach; a brother, Fred
Groves of Leland; a sister, Pauline
SpitUe of Cary; five grandchildren;
and 13 great-grandchildren.
FANNIE L. MITCHELL
Fannie L. Mitchell of McKoy
Nursing Home in Leland died June
13 in New Hanover Regional Med
ical Center, Wilmington.
The funeral was Wednesday, June
16, at 2 p.m. at St. Philip AME
Church, with burial in the church
GERTIE M. WARD
Gertie Mae WatLs Ward, 78, of
Chadboum, died June 10 in New
Hanover Regional Medical Center,
The funeral was June 13 at
Ward's Station Church of God by
the Rev. Raeford Parker, with burii
in the church cemetery.
Survivors include three sons,
Walter D. Ward of Hampstead, Ro
ger D. Ward of Lake Waccamaw and
Donald R. Ward of Jacksonville,
Fla.; a daughter, Mclva W. Stanley
of Leland; a brother, Edward Nobles
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of Carolina Beach; three sisters. Ha
zel Jernigan, Bobbie Skipper and
Louise Tompkins, all of Leland; two
half-brothers, Charles Soles and
Bruce Soles, both of Florida; three
half-sisters, Elese Foley, Vamer
Price and Jean Soles, all of Leland;
five grandchildren; and a great
JAMES L. CHAUNCEY
James Lloyd Chauncey, 56, of
Route 2, Clarkton, died June 13 in
The funeral was June 14 at Pea
cock's Chapel in the Pines, White
vilic, by the Rev. Willie McLaw
horn, with burial in Flynn Cemetery.
Chauncey was formerly employed
with Georgia Pacific Corp. for 21
years and was a U.S. Army veteran.
Survivors include his wife, Jessie
Townsend Chauncey; two sons,
William Lloyd Chauncey and Ro
bert S. Chauncey, both of Clarkton;
a daughter, Sarah Atkinson; his
mother, Muriel Jones Chauncey of
Clarkton; a sister, Nellie Martin of
Leland; a brother, R. Fred Chauncey
of Raleigh; and five grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the
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