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CLARINETIST DERRICK WEAVER, a recent graduate of West
Brunswick High, will be among the local musicians featured dur
ing a June 30 concert at Sunset Reach.
Nine Musicians To Perform
!n Concert Wednesday Night
Nine local instrumentalists will clarinetists Derrick Weaver of Gris
perform June 30 in the second of sctlown and George Schneider of
three summer concerts planned at Bolivia.
Seaside United Methodist Church at Donations will benefit the Bruns
Sunset Beach. wick County Arts Council, whose
Organist and pianist Marjorie president, Steve Skillman, will intro
Chrissman, Seaside UMC's music duce the music on the program,
director, will accompany the soloists These will include an etude by clar
as they play music of 17th. 18th and inetist Carl Baermann. performed by
19th century composers. She will al- Weaver; "Prelude and Fugue" by
so perform keyboard duet with pi- J.S. Bach, performed by Chrissman;
anist Jackie Bridges of Sunset a movement of Stamit/.' "Concerto
Beach. No. 3," played by Schneider and a
Other participating musicians arc suite by Telemann, performed by
flutists Jana Martin of Sunset Beach Kcill.
and Allison Keill of Shallottc; vio- The public is invited. Seaside
linist Pat Nutter of Supply: classical Church is located on N.C. 904 be
guitarist Donnie Milligan of Ash; tween Sunset Beach and Gris
trumpeter Craig Morris of Shallottc; settown.
Two New United Methodist
Pastors Assigned Locally
Four United Meinodisl churches LeeAnne Thornton. The appoint
in southwestern Brunswick County mcnts were announced Saturday
welcome new pastors today (Thurs- during annual conference at Meth
day). odist College in Fayettevillc.
The Rev. Jerry Lowry has been Lowry succeeds the Rev. Camille
appointed minister of Seaside Uni- Yorkey Edwards, founding pastor of
ted Methodist Church at Sunset Seaside UMC. She will he taking a
Beach, while the Rev. Robert C. leave of absence from the ministry.
Tilley will serve Village Point (Sha!- Lowry comes to Seaside from
lotte Point). Dixon's Chapel (Varn- Pembroke First Methodist Church in
amtown) and Andrew's Chapel Robeson County, where he served a
(Hickman's Crossroads) churches. predominantly native American con
There were no other changes in gregation.
United Methodist clergy serving Tilley comes to the Shal'.otte
Brunswick County. Circuit from the two-church charge
Today was official moving day of Bolton and Shiloh in Columbus
for the new pastors, who will preach County. He succeeds the Rev. Ro
thcir first sermon at their new ap- bcrt H. Hargrove, who has been as
pointmcnts June 27, said North signed to Bethesda UMC in Robe
Carolina Conference spokesman son County.
Sunday's Bell Day For Baptists
Sunday's "Bell Day" for Baptists Hours will he 6:30 p.m. to 9:30
across Brunswick County is a day of p.m. cach day. Visitors are wclcome.
reckoning for support of a Honduras The church is located on N.C. 904.
Yard Sale Planned
Representatives of the member
churchcs of the Brunswick Baptist Village Point United Methodist
Association will gather from 3 p.m. Church will have a yard sale and
to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Association bake sale this Saturday, June 26, at
office on U.S. 17 south of Bolivia to the church.
oool donations that arc to be used to The sale starts at 9 a.m. Hot dogs
buy handbells for Honduras mission with homemade chili will be served
work, the first set to go that country. starting at 11 a.m., according to
Their goal, according to the asso- spokesperson Fatty Jones.
ciation's Network, is $3,<X)0. The church is located on Village
-i'ii n Point Road near Shalloltc.
The Rev. Dr. Mike Cogdill. a WfSt Baptist Revival
Baptist minister from Buies Creek. Revival services with the Rev.
is the pastor of the week at The Hoi- Johnny Foster will be held at the
den Beach Chapel. First Baptist Church of Shallottc
He will preach at the II a.m. wor- June 27 until July 2 at 7:30 each
ship service Sunday, June 27. evening.
The nondenominationa! chapel is The church's pastor, the Rev.
located on Rothschild Street across l.andis Lancaster, welcomes mcm
from town hall. A nursery is provid- hers and visitors.
cd and Sunday school begins at 10
Bible School Set
easant View Baptist Chur<
ide will hold Vacation I
School June 28 through July 2. at Thomasboro
Hat Show Planned
Holy Bethel FBH Church of
Thomasboro will host a fashion hat
Pleasant View Baptist Church of show Saturday, June 26, at 5:30 p.m.
Seaside will hold Vacation Bible The church is located on U.S. 17
Sunday Worship Service
Church School For All Ages
Beach Service 8 a.m.
Sunset Beach Pier
Old Georgetown Road
Dr. Francis M Womack, Jr.. Minister
Nursery Provided ? Casual Dress
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 Duneslde 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
Ci?3TMf BWlJNSWtCK BEACON
Area. Deaths And.
JL ANITA C. FLOYD
Juanita Prince C. Floyd. 71, of
l.ittlc River, S.C.. died June 16 in
McLeod Regional Medical Center
after a sudden illness.
The funeral was June 1 9 at Chapel
By The Sea Baptist Church in North
Myrtle Beach, S.C.. with burial in the
Princeville Cemetery. Loris, S.C. the
Rev. Tommy Fields and the Rev.
Willie Sheppard officiated.
Born in Loris. S.C.. Mrs. Floyd
was the daughter of the late Irhy K.
and Florence Benton Prince. She
was a homemaker and member of
Chapel By The Sea Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband, J.
Clyde Floyd of Little River. S.C.: a
son. Joe Floyd of North Myrtle
Beach; a daughter. Monica Currie of
Loris. S.C.; two brothers, Ernest
Prince of Loris and Jack Prince of
Sumter, S.C.; and four sisters, Nell
Lupo of Green Sea, S.C.. Florenc
Stevens of Chesapeake, Va., Martha
Hardee of Loris, S.C.. and Betty
Tyler of Lake Waccamaw.
Memorials may be made to the
Chapel By the Sea Memorial Fund,
Sea-Mountain Highway. North Myr
tle Beach. S.C. 29582.
WILLIAM P. MOLNAR
William Peter Molnar. SO. of Cal
abash, died June 16 in The Bruns
wick Hospital at Supply.
Born in Allegheny County. Pa.,
he was a son of the late Abel and
Magclana Bcsch Molnar. He was re
tired from United Engineering and
Foundry Co., and had lived in
Calabash for 11 years.
Survivors include his wife. Jane
Molnar of the home: two sons, Will
iam Molnar of Benton, Ark., and
Terry Molnar of Glenshaw, Pa.; a
daughter. Phyllis Leslie of Gibsonia.
Pa.; nine grandchildren; and a great
No service was planned.
Charlie Ballard of Northwest
community, Leland, died June 13 in
New Hanover Regional Medical
The funeral was June 19 at
Crystal Springs Baptist Church.
Leland, with burial in New North
Philip Reynolds Permenter, 68. of
North Myrtle Beach, S.C., died June
18 at his residence following a sud
The funeral was held Monday at
Goldfinch Funeral Home's Conway
Chapel, with the Rev. Jim Mczick
officiating. Burial was in North
M>rtlc P;ach Memorial Gardens.
Permenter was born in Horry
County, a son of the late Lewis Aus
tin and Thelma Watson Permenter.
He was a developer and restaurateur
in the Cherry Grove Beach area. He
was presently the owner of The
Captain's Plank Restaurant.
Survivors include one daughter,
Phyllis D. Permenter of North Myr
tle Beach; a son. James C. Bran'che;
a granddaughter, Patchett Branche;
and a brother, Lewis A. Permenter
Jr., all of North Myrtle Beach.
Memorials may be made to Grand
Strand Humane Society, 409 Bay
Street. North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
29582, or to the charity of the giv
JEAN CATHERINE GRAY
Funeral Mass was conducted
Tuesday at Sacred Heart Catholic
Church for Jean Catherine Gray, 70,
of 102 Northeast Second St., Long
Beach. Mrs. Gray died Friday, June
18, at Dosher Memorial Hospital.
Burial was in Northwood Cem
Mrs. Gray was born Jan. 15,
1923, in Schenectady, N.Y., and
Worship Scrvice Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallottc Middle School
Par.tor Donald R. Safrit
United Methodist Church
8:00 AM Worship Scrvicc
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. Jerry Lowiy
1300 Seaside Rd. SW (llwy 904)
moved here in 1985. She was a U.S.
Marine Corps veteran of World War
II and was a retired supervisor of
Office Facilities with the N Y. State
Thru way Authority.
She attended Sacred Heart Cath
olic Church, was a member of Wo
men of the Moose, Southport Wo
men's Cluh. American Legion an
N Y. State Retirees Club. She served
as a town commissioner in Long
Beach for one term, was union pres
ident for eight years with CSEA,
served on the board of directors ol
CSEA for eight years, and graduated
from Cornell University's special
two-year course in employer-em
ployee relations. She attended
Schenectady Community College.
Survivors include her husband.
Thomas W. Gray of the home; a son,
David Waddington and wife. Janic,
of Indianapolis; two granddaughters,
Jacquclyn and Bethany Wadding,
both of Indianapolis.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Long Beach Rescue Squad.
KATHER1NE LEWIS POE
(Catherine Lewis Poe. XI. of 115
Northeast 66th St.. Long Beach,
died June 20 in Doshcr Memorial
Hospital. Private memorial services
were to be held.
Mrs. Poe was born March 24.
1912. in Maryville. Missouri, and
moved here about 20 years ago from
Washington. D C.
She earned her bachelor's degree
in music from Northwest Missouri
University in Maryville and a mas
ter's degree in music education from
Columbia University in New York
City. For many years she taught mu
sic in public schools in Missouri and
Oklahoma, and conducted various
choirs in those two states.
Shortly after moving to Long
Beach. Mrs. Poe became founder
and director of music at Oak Island
Presbyterian Church and continued
as pianist and co-director of music at
the church for several years.
Survivors include her husband.
Roy Poe of the home: two sons.
David Poe of Crystal Lake, III., and
Michael Poe of Shrcveport, La.; and
OLLIE LOUE HILL
Ollie Loue Hill of 564 Mullberry
St., Shallottc, died June 17 at The
Funeral services were held Sun
day at Big Macedonia Baptist
Church of Supply. Burial was in
MABLE RAMSEUR REID
A graveside service was held
Sunday. June 20, at Northwood Ce
metery, Southport, for Mablc Ram
seur Reid, a former resident of
Southport who died June 16.
Mrs. Reid was the widow of Gil
bert T. Reid. Survivors include
daughters Elizabeth Reid Flaa of
Silver Spring, Md? and Jean Mar
cotte of Washington. D.C.; sisters
Eva Mac Knox of Lcland and Helen
Galloway 9of Castle Hayne; two
grandchildren and two great-grand
In lieu of flowers, memorial con
tributions may be made to Dosher
RAYMOND JOSEPH AIGNER
Raymond Joseph Aigner, 83, of
South Charleston. W. Va.. died June
18 while attending a family reunion
at Ocean Isle Beach.
He was a member of Blessed
Sacrament Parish in South Charles
ton and had retired after 40 years as
a comptroller for Union Carbide
The funeral was held June 19 at
St. Brendan's Catholic Church.
Shaliottc. with Father Francis Mal
Survivors include his wife.
Catherine Sue Loftus Aigner: a son.
Raymond Douglas Aigner of Salis
bury; two daughters. Donna Sue
Palcsak of Columbus. Ohio, and
Carol Dcanne Hill of Worcester.
Mass.: II grandchildren and 12
WILLIAM PETER MOLNAR
William Peter Molnar, 80, of
Clariday Woods. Calabash, died
June 16 in The Brunswick Hospital.
Born Aug. 24. 1912, in Allegheny
County. Pa., he was the son of the
late Abel Adam and Magdclana
A memorial service will be held
Friday. July 2, at 2 p m. in Risen
Christ Lutheran Church. North
Myrtle Beach. S.C.. with the Rev.
Albert Kresken officiating.
Survivors include his wife, Jane
K. Molnar of the home; two sons,
William J. Molnar of Benton. Ark.,
and Terry A. Molnar of Glenshaw,
Pa.; a daughter, Phyllis E. Leslie of
Gibsonia. Pa.; nine grandchildren
and one great grandchild.
The family requests memorials be
sent to Risen Christ Lutheran
Church, 10595 Hwy. 17. North Mvr
tlc Beach. S.C., 29572.
RUFUS CARLOS EATON
Rufus Carlos Eaton. 80. of Shal
iottc. died June 17 at his residence.
He was born Oct. 16. 1912, in
Stokes County to the late William
Henry and Ada R. Heath Eaton. He
was a building contractor for many
Survivors include his wife,
Darcus Avalon Eaton of the home;
two daughters, Gholic Marie Gor
don of West Palm Beach, Fla.. and
Sandra Kay Hewett of River View,
Fla.; a brother, Lamon Eaton of
Walnut Cove; three grandchildren
and three great grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held at
a later date.
Funeral services were held Sun
day for Charlie Ballard of the North
west community. Mr. Ballard died
June 13 at New Hanover Regional
Services took place at Crystal
Spring Baptist Church. Burial was
in New Northwest Cemetery.
LEON HEWETT JR.
Leon Hewett Jr., 69, of 2064
Ocean Highway West. Supply, died
Monday, June 23, in The Brunswick
He was born in Supply on May
16, 1924. the son of the late Early L.
and Daisy Cumbee Hewett. He was
a member of Lctties Grove Pente
costal Free Will Baptist Church.
Mr. Hewett is survived by his
wile, Velma Hewett, of the home; a
son, Carl Dean Hewett of Supply;
two grandchildren, Bradley 1\>U?
Hewell and Amanda Beth Hewett
three brothers. Wynslon Heweti of
Supply. Thomas Karl Hewett of .\s|,
and Cierald I). Heweti of Calabash
two sisters, Betty Clcmmons and
Catherine Clcmmons, both of Shal
Funeral services were scheduled
for Wednesday. June 23, at 3 p.m. al
Lelties Grove Pentecostal Free Will
Baptist Church with the Kcv
Maurice Milligan officiating. Burial
was to Ik in Brunswick Memorial
Fellow brothers in Christ at
l.etties Grove Church were to serve
Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Serv
ice was in charge.
Frances Adalaid Lc-Fevrc. 65, ()|
Ocean Forest. Calabash, died June 20
in The Brunswick Hospital, Supply.
She was born in Scarsdale, N.Y.. a
daughter of the late Stephen and
Delia Coyne Langan. She moved
here three years ago from Yorktown
Heights. N Y.
The funeral will be held today
(Thursday) at 10 a.m. in St. Brcn
dan's Catholic Church, Shallottc.
with Father Francis Maloncy offici
ating. Burial will be in Brunswick
Memorial Gardens, Shallottc.
Survivors include her husband.
William Edward Le-Fevre; two
daughters, Barbara Defonce of
Moncagan Lake, N.Y.. and Kathleen
Fusco of Yorktown Heights; a broth
er. Stephen Langan Jr. of White
Plains. N.Y.; and four grandchildren.
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