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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, September 02, 1993, Page PAGE 14-A, Image 14

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Deaths And Funerals St. Brendan Church Plans To Build KENNETH E. "KENNY" HEWETT Kenneth Edward Hewett, 40, of Supply, died Aug. 24 at his home. The funeral was Aug. 28 in Shallotte First Baptist Church by the Rev. Bob Childress and the Rev. Landis Lancaster. Burial was in the Hewett Family Cemetery, Holden Beach Road. Mr. Hewett was born in Dosher Memorial Hospital, Southport, on Jan. 3, 1953, the son of Freeman E. and Ouida H. Hewett of Supply. He was a graduate of Shallotte High School and N.C. State Uni versity, with degrees in speech com munications and English, with speech teacher certification. Hewett was the first Brunswick County 4-H member to be inducted into the North Carolina 4-H Honor Society. Mr. Hewett was a former employ ee of The Brunswick Beacon of Shallotte, The State Port Pilot of Southport and The Cary News of Cary, Brunswick Community Col lege, Wake Technical School, Sun Flower of Raleigh and American Hairlina of Raleigh. Survivors in addition to his par ents include two brothers, David Reginald (Reggie) Hewett of Little River, S.C.. and Van E.G. Hewett of Supply; three sisters, Lynn Ellis of Shallotte. and Lisa Pye and Lori Hewett, both of Supply; nieces Erica Stephens, Stacey Pye, Sara Ellis, Sarah and Rebecca Coates, Robin and Elizabeth Hewett; nephews Gaston Hewett and Terry and Lee Stephens. ALLEN THELTON BELLAMY SR. Allen Thelton Bellamy Sr., 81, of Supply, and formerly of Wampce, 5.C., died Aug. 24 in The Bruns wick Hospital. He was a retired farmer. The funeral was Aug. 27 in the Brunswick Funeral Service Chapel, Shallotte, by the Rev. Curtis Cole man and the Rev. Sammy Lewis. Burial was in Forest Lawn Ceme tery, Wampec, S.C. He was bom in Wampee on Dec. 6, 1911, a son of the late Oscar and Emma Skipper Bellamy. Survivors include two sons, Allen T. Bellamy Jr. and Dave Bellamy, both of Holden Beach; two daugh ters, Emily Jo Buck and Lois And rews, both of Supply; two sisters, Lucille Harrelson of Conway, S.C., and Dorothy Shealy of Surfside Beach, S.C.; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; four step -grandchildren; and two step-great grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, 7320 Greenville Ave., Dallas, Texas 75231. RICHARD SIDNEY HOLDEN SR. Richard Sidney Holden Sr., 73, of Supply, died Aug. 24 in New Han over Regional Medical Center, Wilmington. The funeral was Aug. 27 in Sup ply Baptist Church, with the Rev. Lcc Cannon and the Rev. Bob Hall officiating. Burial was in the Holden Cemetery. Mr. Holden was bom in Bruns wick County on Jan. 27, 1920, the son of the late Richard Wesley and Dora Dilsaver Holden. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II; a member and former deacon of BOATS for a smooth ride 1-800-545-2293 919-457-9080 St. Luke Lutheran Church Worship Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M. Sunday School at 9:00 a.m. Meeting In Shallotte Middle School 754-7816 Pastor Donald R. Safrit Supply Baptist Church; a past presi dent of the Supply Lions Club and a nfr^rm and P^'dent of the Coastal Hunting Club n mT include his w'fc, Cindy lolden of the home; three sons, Rov 5 ?3? O Uf?,ly- Robert G Ho'^n of Bolton and R.chard S. Holden Jr dau?h,er- Mrs O'Neil (Shelba) Caison of Supply three Sr. r * hoi *."5 Worth. Texas, Kenneth Holden and Eldndge Holden, both of Supply; |Ve cIS^rs> ,rcne Cumbee of Sup-' ply, Shirley Simmons of Ash, Dora Calhoun of Kingsport. Tenn., Nelva Brown of Supply and Patricia Moc zulski of Easton, Pa.; 11 grandchil dren. and four great-grandchildren IRA MULL1S , HaAMU'-!iS- 79, of Long Beach, died Aug. 26 at his residence I was Aug. 30 at Oak Island Presbytenan Church, with the Rev. Bruce Davis officiating. Burial was in Brunswick Memorial Gar dens with Masonic rites accorded by JpJaw Masonic Lodge No. 758 A.K& A.M. Survivors include his wife, Mary Jeanettc McCarter Barnette Mullis- a ?Ug^' Patsy Hirst <>f Long Beach; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to Lower Cape Fear Hospice or Long Beach Rescue Squad P(, ",Y0LLIS schenker Phyllis Schenker, 68, of Calabash died Aug. 24 in Charwcll House t Home in Norwood, Mass. ert Va ^neraiwas Aug- 27 at Rob ots & Sons Funeral Home in Fox bora, Mass., with the Rev. R. jack ^head I officiating. Burial was in Kock Hill Cemetery in Foxboro. Bom Feb. 23, 1925, she was a daughter of the late Clifford Ram mer and Ruth Kissell Cohan She worked for 15 years al Ihe Foxboro fn Ik1" ?' Mass- as assistant to the vice president. She was a graduate ?f Warren Area High School, Warren, Pa. Hen^Sr ^nC'Ude her husband, dluX n ?f Calabash; three daughters, Donna Hubbard of Cali fornia, Deborah Coffee of South Carolina and Joan Schenker of Mid S-h?T' ^nn'; a son' R'chard Schenker of Roslindale, Mass.- a rother, Jack Rammer of Mayvi'lle, N.Y.; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. JOHN SAMUEL VAUGHT JR. John Samuel Vaught Jr., 81, of Wilmington died Aug. 27 in Cape Fear Memorial Hospital. The funeral was Aug. 31 in And rews Mortuary Market Street Chapel by the Rev. Bruce Stanley. Vaught was born in Conway, S.C. Johns' 10h i911, the SOn of the ,atc John S. and Ava Vaught Sr. Survivors include his wife, Sarah 7?ng, taught of the home; three daughters Louise Rena Millken and Joan Vaught Martin, both of Wilm ington, and Rhonda Vaught O'Janpa of Hampstead; a son, John v,?oht in of Sunset Harbor; 14 grandchildren; ~7 7 of Thanks The family of B. Clemmons would like to express their sincere grati tude for all the kindnesses shown them following her recent death. Calabash Presbyterian Church Sunday Worship Service 9:30 AM Church School For All Ages 10:45 Beach Service 8 a.m. Sunaet Beach Pier Old Georgetown Road (919)579-7356 Dr. Francis M. Womack, Jr.. Minister Nursery Provided ? Casual Dress f. rJinmimtiiimtinuimmmimnnimiHin nninnninnnmnnnnnimmninnmnmmn7fc 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 Duncslde 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 Ici9t8 THE BRUNSWICK BEACON iminiinmiiniiiiHiiiniiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiniiiiiniHiiiHiniiiiiniiiiiiiinHiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiir mnummiinmnmniniimiiiinnnnnnninmniittmim Brunswick Islands Baptist Church announces our first service in our new building September 5, 1993 10:00 am-All Ages Sunday School 11:00 am-Worship and Communion 7:00 pm-Song and Praise Hour Jack D. Hancox, Pastor Causal Dress ? Nursery Provided 1672 Mt. Pisgah Rd. SVV ? Holden Beach ? 842-8969 nv^v,"8?ndrChildren; a bro?her, Clyde Vaught of Roseboro; and a sis ? Roper of Sumter, S.C. GEORGE RUSSELL BABSON sn^?ISKRu^f11 (PePsi) Babso". 50, of Whiteville, died Aug. 28 in v-olumbus County Hospital. The funeral was held Wednesday, fept- 1, at 3 p.m. in the McKenzie Momury Chapel, Whiteville. with the Rev. Charles Dudley officating. Burial was in Whiteville Memorial Cemetery. Born in Brunswick County on May 6. 1943, he was the son of Blanche Cliff Babson of Whiteville and the late Lloyd Babson. W?f nado,been cmP'?yd with Whiteville Plywood Inc. of White ville for 31 years. Survivors in addition to his moth er include his wife, Barbara Garrell Babson of Whiteville; a daughter, ?abson Williamson of Route -J, Chadboum; three sisters, Mona B Crabtree of Bahama, N.C., and Sue ??,7^,?" and B. Blackburn, both of Whiteville; a brother, Dickie 1J. Babson of Whiteville; and a granddaughter, Alicia Nicole Bab son of Chadbourn. OAKLEY EMERSON DABY Oakley "Bud" Emerson Daby of Sunset Beach died Aug. 30 in Grand l?aach,sSnCral HOSpi,al' Myrt,e A memorial service was to be held at 11 a.m. today (Thursday) in ?? ?ru",swick Funeral Service Chapel, Shallotte. Family visitation was at the funeral home Sept. 1 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Daby was born May 5, 191 in Willsboro, N.Y., a son of the late Ernest and Ethyln Spear Daby. He was a retired carpenter. Survivors include his wife, Ellen Zimlinghaus Daby; three sons, Eric Uaby of Farmington Hills, Mich.. Scott Daby of Boca Raton, Fla., and Keith Daby of Sussex, Wis.; two daughters, Linda Gray of Hopewell Junction, N.Y., and Leigh Bell of Sharon, S.C.; a brother, Paul Daby of clonic, N.Y.; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the Hickory Grove Life Saving Squad, Wylie Street, Hickory Grove S C 29717. ' Winnabow VFD Sets Barbecue The Winnabow Volunteer Fire Department will serve barbecue on Saturday, Sept. 4, from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Plates will include pork barbecue, potato salad, coleslaw and hush pup pies. r Cost will be $3 or $4.50 for a "su per plate." TTie department is on Governor's Road off U.S. 17 in Winnabow. The parish served by St. Brendan Ihe Navigator Catholic Church is moving forward with plans to con struct a permanent church building. Bids are being accepted through Sept. 27 for a large, variable-capacity worship facility that the parish would like to have available by mid-summer 1994. Architcct John Fulton of Balzar and Associates, Roanoke, Va., designed the facility in response to the double challenge of growth and a large seasonal influx of vacationers. On some weekends during the tourist season, as many as 1,000 visitors have joined 500 local residents for worship. That figure is expected to double, possibly within the next 20 years. As planned, the new facility will seat 540 people, with standing space for another 90 worshipers during Mass. Portable room dividers can reduce the seating to 310. Typically, St. Brendan's conducts three, and some times four, Masses during a weekend. The flexible arrangement will serve weekend attendance ranging from 670 to 1,650. Daily services will be held in a small 40-seat chapel. While this might be the largest capacity worship fa cility in Brunswick County, said the Rev. Francis Maloney, it will occasionally be too small. On heavily crowded occasions such as Easter, the adjoining social hall, currently the worship facility as well, can serve an overflow crowd of up to 300 through the use of a television system. Fulton's master plan for the parish's 11 -acre tract on U.S. 17 just south of the bypass calls for retaining both the parish hall and a house on the site. No date has been set for the groundbreaking. CHURCH ACTIVITIES Services Move To New Church Brunswick Islands Baptist Church will hold its first service Sunday, Sept. 5, in its new facility on Mt. Pisgah Road near its intersection with N.C. 130. Members have been busy with fi nal moving chores since a certificate of occupancy was issued last week. Sunday's schedule will include Sunday school at 10 a.m. and wor ship service at 10:55 a.m. with the celebration of Communion, said spokesman Doug Hall. The 8:30 a.m. "overflow" service will no longer be needed with the move to the new location. A dedication weekend will be held Oct. 16 and 17, when all the volunteers from across the southern United States who have assisted the church will be invited to return to enjoy worship services and the fruit of their labors. Lewis At Chapel The Rev. Dr. John Lewis, a Bap tist minister from Raleigh, is the pastor of the week at The Holden Beach Chapel. He will lead the 11 a.m. worship service at the nondenominational chapel. A nursery is provided and Sunday school is held at 10 a.m. The Holden Beach Chapel is lo cated on Rothschild Street, across from the town hall. Guild Meets Sept. 3 The Ladies Guild of Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, North Myrtle Beach, S.C., begins the new year with a meeting Friday, Sept. 3. The session will begin in the Parish Hall after the 8 a.m. Mass, said Mary Boyd, publicity chairman. Refreshments will be served. Puppet Ministry Set Holden Beach Church of God Mission will sponsor a puppet min istry Sept. 5 at 6 p.m. Performs will be the Master's Lighthouse Independent Baptist Church Next to Dairy Queen, Main St., Shallotte presents Various Films On The Rapture Saturday. Sept. 4 at 7 PM and a film entitled The Burning Hell Sunday, Sept. 5 at 7 PM Join us for these special services. For more information call: jj; Pastor Danny Hawkins 842-6166 or Mike Sturgill Missing Something? From HERE To HEAR? When you have to keep asking people to repeat what they Just said or when you have to turn the TV up so loud, everyone In the room complains... You Are Definitely Living With A Hearing Loss. And You May Not Have To! Hearing loss is merely a symptom of an underlying problem. It can be as serious as middle ear infection or as simple as wax build-up. But why risk permanent hearing loss when a very simple test can answer all the questions? Early detection, especially in children, can have a profound effect on the life of a child. With state-of-the-art testing equipment and sound proof examining rooms, we can determine why a child may not be up to their scholastic norm. Or, if you are already using a hearing aid, our Audio-Scan can meas ure the efficiency of your appliance. Choose from the area's most compre hensive and complete inventories of hearing aids, just the right model to fit your particular needs. Designed for fit, comfort and economy, a hearing aid to correct a hearing loss, simply makes sound sense! Don't put it off, let us help you get back in the conversation! Call for your appointment today. Emily Beddoes, M.S., CCC/A The Doctors Complex ? Brunswick Hospital, Supply, N.C. Located in the offices of Mark A. Lizak, M.D. Family screenings available and encouraged! Hands. Pastor S.W. Lewis invited members and visitors to attend. The church is on Oxpen Road. Films On Program Lighthouse Independent Baptist Church will be showing films this weekend. Starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 4, films on the Rapture will be viewed. Then, Sunday, Sept. 5, at 7 p.m., the film, "The Burning Hell" will be shown during a special service. The church is located on Main Street, in the shopping center just north of the South Brunswick Is lands Chamber of Commerce office, next to Dairy Queen. The public is invited. For more information contact the pastor, Danny Hawkins at 842-6166. Fowler To Speak The Rev. Lewis Fowler, in charge of small churches for the presbytery, will be guest speaker this Sunday, Sept. 5, at Oak Island Presbyterian Church. Sunday school is a 9:15 a.m. and worship services begin at 10:15. Yard Sale Planned St. Luke Lutheran Church of Shallotte will hold a yard sale Saturday, Sept. 4, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. next to True Value on Holden Beach Road. Old and new items will be sold, with proceeds benefiting the church. Leadership Training The Brunswick Baptist Associ ation will offer training in all areas of leadership church Thursday, Sept. 9, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church in Shallotte. Men and women from within the association will lead conferences on Sunday school, discipleship training. Brotherhood, WMU, media center, music, evangelism, pastoral min istries, clerks. Christian life and public affairs, missions develop ment, pastors, and stewardship. Officers and members of churches within the association are being en couraged to participate. Two Course Offered Two courses will be offered at the Brunswick Baptist Association Re source Center through the Seminary Extension School. Registration was set for Sept. 1 and again Sept. 7 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Some scholarships are available. Courses to be taught are Dyn amics of Teaching, suitable for Sunday school teachers; and Soul hern Baptist Polity. For more information, contact the Rev. V.C. Potter, seminary extension director, at 253-5731, or the Asso ciation Resource Center, 754-7979. SHELTON HERB FARM ?Italian Tomatoes & Hot Peppers ? Herb Plants Goodman Rd ofl Hwy. 17 3 Miles N. of Winnabow 253-5964 ^ Seaside 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 ? NLRSERY PROVIDED Pastor: The Rev. Jerry Lowiy 579-5753 1300 Seaside Rd. SW (Hwy. 904) Sunset Beach New arrivals .. Church Supplies New Sunday School Materials ^ Bulletins ? Cniidren's Books ? Hecord Books Stickers ? Carnival Prizes ? Certificates ? ?Secret Pal Gifts Brunswick Business Service) Shallotte, 754-8300 ? Southport, 457-4565 5 Full Gospel Business _ Men Mr) Fellowship 3?- International MONTHLY BANQUET Friday, Sept. 10 at 6:30 PM Covered Dish Requested at Lockwood Folly Community Building GUEST SPEAKER: DAVID SMITH Evangelist David Smith is known throughout America as "Mr. Gospel Guitar." He was a teenager when he started his dynamic music career as guitarist for the Oak Ridge Boys. His God-given talent was recognized and he was nominated for a Dove Award for Instrumentalist of the Year by the Gospel Music Association. For twenty-three years David has been singing and playing music for the Lord. He has played and sung for numerous Christian groups and has traveled to twenty seven countries. David is currently a regular on the Grand Ole Opry Gospel Hour at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN. Ordained with Faith Christian Fellowship in Tulsa, OK, David became a member of the International Convention of Faith Ministries in 1983. David is a veteran in the ministry. With a unique ability to communicate the love and joy of the Lord through his music, Psalms 85:6 best sums up his ministry.. ."Wiii thou not revive us again; that thy people may rejoice in thee?" The Lord has rewarded David for bringing his message of joy and hope by allowing him to see hundreds of unbelievers come to Jesus. David is truly a living witness to the victory the joy of the Lord brings. Please join us at 6:30 pm for a meal and warm Christian fellowship. DAVID SMITH

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