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Deaths And Funerals
DEWEY BARNES BIGGS
Dewey Barnes Biggs, 58. of Ice
land died Oct. 25 in New Hanover
Regional Medical Center, Wilm
The funeral was Oct. 28 in Coble
Ward-Smith Funeral Service Chapel,
Supply, with the Rev. Jerry Darnell
officiating. Burial was in Homecom
Biggs was I x>rn in Lumberton on
Jan. 17. 1935, the son of the late El
don Claudius and Mabel Hunt
Survivors include his wife, Bar
bara R. Biggs of the home; three
daughters. Helen Farmer of Leland.
Shelia Blair of Winston-Salem and
Penny Keubrich of Wilmington;
three stepchildren. Connie Ciirard of
Leland. Bonnie Easly of Wilmington
and John Easly of Kansas City. Mo.;
two brothers, Jerry Biggs of Wilm
ington and E.C. Biggs of Scotts Hill;
two sisters. Thelma Norris of Wilm
ington and Sylvia Jean Ryan of
Rocky Point; two grandchildren;
two step-grandchildren; and seven
Ned Gupton, 83. of Ocean Isle
Beacii. died Oct. 27 in Elizabeth
town Nursing Center, Elizabethtown.
The funeral was Oct. 30 in Jen
nies Branch Baptist Church, with the
Rev. Herman Absher and the Rev.
Jesse Bentley officiating. Burial was
in the church cemetery.
Born April 21. 1910, in Franklin
County, he was a son of the late
Hardie and Gertrude Shearin Gup
ton. He was retired from the N.C.
Department of Transportation as a
heavy equipment mechanic.
Survivors include his wife of 53
years, Agnes Andrews Gupton; a
son Joe Gupton of Supply; two
daughters, Carolyn Floyd and Pat
Gupton, both of* Charleston, S.C.;
two sisters. Wilma Leonard of
Rocky Mount and Elizabeth Leon
ard of Louisburg; five grandchil
dren; and two great-grandchildren.
Aiton Carey Schroeter, 71, of
Supply, died Oct. 29 in The Bruns
A memorial service was held
Nov. 2 in St. James the Fisherman
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Episcopal Church, Shallotte. with
the Rev Richard Warner officiating.
Mr. Schroeter was born in Fayet
teville on Aug. 1., 1922, the son of
the late Rudolph Richard and Mary
Ida Hanna Schroeter. He was a
member of St. James Episcopal and
was a U.S. Army veteran, having
served with the 82nd Airborne Divi
Survivors include his wife, Eliza
beth "Lib" Schroeter; a daughter.
Regina Britton of Supply; snd two
Memorials may be made to St.
Jamess the Fisherman Episcopal
Church. P.O. Box 68. Shallotte. N.C.
JOSIE C. COLEMAN
Josie C. Coleman. 95. of Ash. died
Oct. 30 in The Brunswick Hospital.
The funeral was Nov. 1 at Zion
Baptist Church. Ash, with the Rev.
Garland Long and the Rev. Ronald
Hewitt officiating. Burial was in
Mrs. Coleman was born in Bruns
wick County on Jan. 15, 1898, the
daughter of the late Covil and Mary
Hickman Canady. She was a mem
ber of Zion Baptist Church.
Survivors include two sons. Harry
"Tom" Coleman of Leland and Day
ton M. Coleman of Sunset Beach;
22 grandchildren; 37 great-grand
children; and several great-great
ESSIE HOLT MILLARD
Essie Holt Millard. 78, of Long
Beach, died Oct. 31 at her residence.
A memorial service will be held
Nov. 8 in Oak Island Presbyterian
Church, where she was a member,
with Martha Moe officiating.
Mrs. Millard was born Sept. 28.
1915. in Lonan. Isle of Man. United
Kingdom, the daughter of the late
Absalom and Esther Crossley Holt.
She moved here from Pitman, N.J.,
She was a founding member ot
Oak Island Art Guild, to which she
was elected a lifetime member.
Survivors include a sister. Mary
dith Curtis of Huntington, W.Va.;
several inlaws, nieces and nephews.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Oak Island Presbyterian
Church Building Fund or to L-ong
Beach Rescue Squad.
WILLIAM GRADDY FAULK JR.
William Graddy Faulk Jr. 65, of
Southport, retired manager of
Brunswick Town State Historic Site,
died Oct. 28 at his residence.
A graveside service was held
Nov. 1 in Northwood Cemetery,
with the Rev. Wayne Trexler offici
" \fr. Faulk was born March 10.
1928, in Chester, S.C., a son of the
late William G. and Lillian Dosher
Faulk. He moved to Southport 40
years ago from Fairmont.
He was a member of Southport
Baptist Church and Southport Hist
orical Society, and was a former
member of the Southport Fire De
partment and Southport Lions Club.
Survivors include two sons, Wil
liam G. Faulk III of Cheyenne,
Wyo., and Richard T. Faulk of
Southport; a daughter, Helen F.
Mathis of Hickory; a sister, Helen
Simpson of Florida; and four grand
Memorial contributions may be
made to Southport Volunteer Fire
SCOTTY DEAN COLLINS
Scotty Dean Collins, 22, of
Southport. died Oct. 30 at New
Hanover Regional Medical Center,
The funeral was Nov. 2 at Pea
cock-Newnam Funeral Chapel,
Southport. Burial was in Cape Fear
LEO C. SCHOONOVER
Leo C. Schoonover, formerly of
Shallotte, died Oct. 30 at the Vete
rans Administration Hospital, Bath,
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Funeral Home. Olean. New York.
Burial was in Pleasant Valley Cem
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BONNIE MAE STANLEY
Funeral services were to be con
ducted Wednesday. Nov. 3. lor Bon
nie Mae Stanley. 85. of Goose l-ane,
Shallotte. She died Oct. 31 in The
Services were scheduled tor 2
p.m. in the Brunswick Funeral Ser
vice Chapel with the Rev. Jesse
Bentley and the Rev. Herman Abs
her officiating. Burial was to follow
in Jennies Branch Baptist C hurch
Mrs. Stanley was bom in New
Hanover County on Feb. 7. 1908. to
the late Amos and Mollie Stokley
Survivors include her son. Louie
Stanley of Shallotte; a sister. Flo
rence Skipper of Leland; six grand
children. 12 great-grandchildren and
two great-great grandchildren
CLINCH HENRY PERMENTER
Clinch Henry Permenter, 63. of
Wampee. S.C., died Oct. 30 at
Grand Strand General Hospital in
Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The funeral was Nov. 2 in the
Conway Chapel of Goldfinch Fune
ral Home, with the Rev. Reuben
Marlowe officiating. Burial was in
Forest Lawn Cemetery.
Mr. Permenter was born in Horry
County, S.C., the son of the late
Clinch H. and Miriam Talavast Per
menter. He was a member of
Wampee United Methodist Church,
a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean
conflict, a former Horry County po
liceman. and owner and operator of
Survivors include his wife, l^ouise
L. Permenter of Wampee; three
sons, C.H. "Chick" Permenter 111
and Christopher Allen "Kit Per
menter, both of Longs. S.C.. and
Charles Lewis "Chuckie" Permenter
of Wampee; a daughter, DeeDee
Hydeck of Wampee; and six grand
The family suggests that memori
als be made to the Forest Lawn
Cemetery Fund, c/o Gwen Bell,
2177 Hwy. 90, Little River, S.C.
DORIS MIDWOOD JACONE
Doris Midwood Jacone, 76. of
Supplv. died Oct. 31 at her home.
A funeral Mass was held Nov. 2
at St. Brendan the Navigator Cath
olic Church. Shallotte, with the Rev.
Francis G. Maloney officiating.
She was born in Kearney, N.J.. on
May 24. 1917, the daughter of the
late John W. and Mary Wanamaker
Midwood. She was a member of St.
Brendan the Navigator Catholic
Church and an active member of the
Holden Beach Senior Citizens. She
was a volunteer for many years at
The Brunswick Hospital.
Survivors include her daughter.
Doris J. Strutski of Supply; a grand
son. Stephen Strutski of Supply; a
niece; and three nephews.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may
be made to St. Brendan the Nav
igator Catholic Church Building
Fund, P.O. Box 911, Shallotte, N.C.
The Shallotte Point Volunteer Fire
Department will serve breakfast
Nov. 13 at the fire house on Piggott
Road from 8-10:30 a.m.
Diners can choose from pancakes
and sausage; grits, eggs and sausage;
or ham biscuits.
There will also be a bake sale.
Worship Scrvicc Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallotte Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
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Coming To Bonaparte Baptist
"The Sew Believers" will provide music during Bonaparte Baptist Church's special day of worship,
fellowship, food and gospel music Sunday, Sow 7. Sunday school is at 10 a.m., followed by the II a.m.
worship serx ice with the Rev. Tom Walton as guest speaker. Lunch will he at 12:30 and gospel music at
1:30. The Rev. Charles Glisson invites everyone, the church is at 9031 Shady Forest Dr., Calabash.
St. Brendan's Catholic Church Plans Sale
St. Brendan's Catholic Church
holds its annual fall yard sale Thurs
day through Saturday, Nov. 11-13.
In addition to an array of yard
sale items, hotdogs, hamburgers,
sausages and drinks will he on sale
Thursday and Friday. Proceeds go to
the church building fund.
Sale hours are noon to 4 p.m.
Thursday. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday
and 9 a.m. until noon Saturday.
Donations to the sale may be de
livered to the church or pick-up
arranged by calling 754-8544.
St. Brendan's is located 1.5 miles
south of Shallotte on U.S. 17.
Hutchinson At Chapel
The Rev. Orion Hutchinson, a
United Methodist minister from
Thomasville, is the pastor of the
week at The Holden Beach Chapel.
He will speak during the 1 1 a.m.
worship service Sunday, Nov. 7, at
the interdenominational chapel on
Rothschild Street. A nursery is pro
vided and Sunday school is at 10
Fall Bazaar Coming
Village Point United Methodist
Church near Shallotte Point holds its
annaul fall bazaar Saturday. Nov. 6.
Starting at 10 a.m., shoppers can
choose from an array of crafts,
baked goods and yard sale items.
The women of the church will al
so offer a luncheon of homemade
soup and hotdogs with homemade
"We'll have something for every
one," said spokesman Patti Jones.
Bazaar At Seaside
Seaside United Methodist Church
will be selling crafts, Christmas
gifts, decorations and baked goods
at a bazaar Saturday. Nov. 6, from 9
a.m. until 2 p.m.
The church men also will be serv
ing spaghetti dinners at a cost of $4
for adults and $2 for children.
Pittman Will Speak
Roland Pittman of Holden Beach
will be the guest speaker this Sun
day, Nov. 7, at Holy Light Pente
costal Church or, Big Neck Road in
Sunday Worship Service
Church School For All Ages
Old Georgetown Road
Dr. Francis M Womack, Jr., Minister
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Pittman will speak during the 11
a.m. worship service, said spokes
man Juanita Carlisle. Sunday school
is at 10 a.m.
All are welcome, she said.
Myrtle Head Baptist Church of
Ash will hold annual homecoming
services this Sunday, Nov. 7.
The church also plans a revival
Nov. 8-12 with services and special
singing each day at 7:30 p.m.
The Rev. Eugene Evans, pastor at
Gore's Chapel Baptist Church of
Nakina. will he the guest speaker for
homecoming and the revival.
The Rev. Guy FormyDuval, pas
tor at Myrtle Head Church, invites
the public to attend.
Jennings To Speak
The Rev. Wesley Jennings will be
guest speaker this Sunday, Nov. 7, at
Oak Island Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School is at 9:15 a.m.,
with worship services at 10:15.
Fail Revival Slated
Supply Baptist Church will hold
its fall revival services Nov. 8-12,
with services at 7 p.m. each day.
The Rev. Arthur Yount, pastor of
Antioch Baptist Church, Bolivia, is
the visiting minister. Special music
will be provided each night by dif
ferent visiting groups.
The Rev. Robert Hall arid congre
gation of Supply Baptist invited all
to participate, said Hall.
Supply Baptist is located on U.S.
1 7 at Supply.
Recertified As Counselor
The Rev. Dr. Richard W. Warner
Jr., rector of St. James the Fisher
man Episcopal Church in Shallotte.
has been recertified as a clincial
mental health counselor by the Nat
ional Board for Certified Counse
First board certified in 1983,
Warner has maintained certification
ever since. He recently completed
KM) contact hours of continuing edu
As part of his ministry to the
community. Warner is available for
St. James Church is located at
4941 Main Street, Shallotte.
The public is invited to nelp cele
brate homecoming Sunday morning
at Shallotte Church of God.
The Rev. Arnold Ball, u former
pastor at the church, will be the
guest speaker. There will be special
singing and dinner following the
Response To Violence: What
Can Religious Community Do?
A seminar slated Tuesday, Nov. 9,
at the Brunswick Baptist Associa
tion Resource Center will explore
the topic, "A Religious Response To
Violence Against Women and Chil
The program will be held from 10
a.m. until noon and is open to area
clergy and lay leaders.
The featured presenter will be the
Rev. Amelia Stinson-Wesley, direc
tor of Response, a program of the
Resource Center for Women and
Ministry in the South.
Response discusses theological
and biblical issues related to vio
lence and provides the clergy and lo
All Ages Sunday School-10:00 am
Worship and Communioo-1 1 :00 am
Sunday Evening Worship-7:00 pm
Wednesday Evening Worehip-7:00 pm
casual dress ? nursery provided
Jack D. Hancox, Pastor
1672 Mt. Pisgah Rd. SW
cal congregations with concrete,
practical suggestions for responding
to this violence.
Seating is limited. Reservations
may be made by calling Hope Har
bor Home at 754-5726. A continen
tal breakfast will be served from
9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.
The Response program is jointly
sponsored by St. Luke Lutheran.
Camp United Methodist, Christian
Hope Christian, Shallotte Presbyte
rian, St. James Episcopal and Bruns
wick Island Baptist churches. Hope
Harbor Home and the Brunswick
Baptist Resource Center.
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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