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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, January 13, 1994, Page PAGE 10-A, Image 10

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Deaths And Funerals MYRAC. HKWK.ri Myra C'. Hewett. X5. of Supply, died Jan. 3 at The Brunswick Hospital following a declining ill ness. Hie funeral was held Jan. 6 at Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Service Chapel. Supply, w i iii ilic Rev. Iructte Rogers and the Rev. Mark Owens officiating. Burial was in Gallowa\ Cemeterv. Supplv. M rs. Hewett was born in Brunswick County on Oct. 15, llM)N. the daughter of the late Fletcher and I mnie Sellers Clemmons. She was a member ot Mt Pisgah Baptist Church and was an avid quiltcr for many years. She was preceded in death by her husband. Alton Hewett; a son. Clinton Hewett; four brothers and four sisters. Sur\ ivors include four daughters. Alberta II. McCranie of Supply. Margaret H. McCranie of Jack sonville Beach. Fla.. lx>uise II. Bolen of Kansas City. Mo., and Gladys H Stanley of Ocean Isle Beach; a brother. James II Robin son ot Bell Haven; nine grandchil dren; and 10 great-grandchildren; and her caretakers. Lillie Mercer and Zilla (Jreen. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association. Carolina Affiliate. RiKks Mount. N.C. 2780I. CHARLES DAMI) ROACH Charles Da\id "Spink" Roach. 7S. ot Supply, died Jan. 4 in New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Wilmington. The luneral was Jan. 7 in New Life Assembly Church. Supply, with the KBobby Norton, the Rev. R.( J);vnn ;?fwj lh?? MllUfiCt Milligan officiating. Burial was in Silent Grove Cemetery. Supply. Mr. Roach was born in Brunswick County on Aug. 3. 1915, the son of the late Jesse Jacob and Martha Florence Roach. He was a member of New Life Assembly Church. He was retired from the N.C. Depart ment of Transportation Highway Division. Sun. iv ors include his wife. Madie I. Roach of the home; and a sister. Mae Hamilton ot Supply. ALVIN WAYNE DOSHER A memorial service for Alvin Wayne Dosher was held Jan. 9 in the chapel ot Southport Baptist Church. Southport. Mr. Dosher. 43, of Southport. died Dec. 9 at sea. EDNA JOSEPH "JO" SMITH Edna Joseph "Jo" Smith. 73. of Ash died Jan. 5 in The Brunswick Hospital at Supply. The funeral was Jan. 7 in the Brunswick Funeral Service Chapel. Shallotte. by Hitler Wycuff Skipper. Burial was in Brunswick Memorial Gardens. Born in Columbus County on June 2. 1920. she was the daughter of the late John William and Ada Barnhiil Anderson. She was a mem ber of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Shallotte. Survivors include her daughter. Janice S. Farabee. and a stepson, E.R. Smith Jr.. both ot High Point; a sister. Retha Anderson of Whiteville; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren, three adopted great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. SYLVIA LEWIS TRIPP Sylvia Lewis Tripp. 53. ot Shallotte. died Jan. 7 in Guardian Care Nursing Center in Kenansville. The luneral was Jan. 10 in the Brunswick Funeral Service Chapel. Shallotte. with the Rev. Ivren Hughes and the Kev. Maurice Milli gan officiating. Burial was in Bruns wick Memorial Gardens. She was born in Shallotte on April 6. 1940, to John Dawson and Rhoda Hawes lx;w is She was a member of the Shallotte Chapter of I lit Oidci uf the Eastern Star. Mrs. Tripp was preceded in death bv her father. John Dawson Lewis, and a son. William E. (Little Bill) Tripp Jr. Sur\ ivors in addition to her moth er include three daughters. Natalie T. Hewett. Tina T. Holden and Lana T Rising, all of ShalMte; :i hrotiier. Jerry D. Lewis ot Shallotte; and lour grandchildren. Tripp Holden. Tif fany Holden. Mallary Jo Hewett and Kenneth Allen "Al" Rising III. all ol Shallotte. In lieu of flowers memorials may K' made to the church or charity of the giver's choice. CONNIE K. BENTON Connie Ruth Benton. 79. of the Pirewav community of Tabor City died Jan. 8 in Loris (S.C.) Community Hospital. She was a homemaker. The funeral was Jan. 11 in Pirewav Freewill Baptist Church with the Rev. Charles Hilburn and Brooks Svkes officiating. Burial was in Pirewav United Methodist Church Cemetery. Mrs. Benton was born in I .oris, a daughter of the late William Jessie and Amanda Hardee Duncan. She was the widow of Barney Benton. Survivors include three sons. William Thomas and James Benton, both of Tabor city, and Gerald Wayne Benton ot Ash; a brother. Burnice Duncan of Columbus. Ga.; a sister. Clara Lee Smith of Tabor Cilv; and six grandchildren. ALFRED DANIELS Altred Daniels of Patterson. N.J.. and formerly of Longwoixl. died Jan. (> at home. The funeral was held Jan. 12 at Mount /.ion Baptist Church, Long wood Burial was in the church cemeterv. EDGAR ALLEN POE Fdgar Allen Poe. 73. of Bolivia died Jan. <?> at his residence. The funeral was Jan. 9 at Sunset Harbor Baptist Church, with the Rev. Bobby Murray and the Rev. Bill Greer officiating. Burial was Jan 1(1 in Lafayette Memorial Park in Fayetteville. Poe was born in School field. Va.. on May 1. 1 *>20. the son of the late Andrew Jackson and Sissy Belle Lindsey Poe. He was a member of Sunset Harbor Baptist Church, where he served as a deacon and di rector of music. He was retired from the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Postal Service. He served as treasur er ol the Sunset Harbor-Zion Hill Volunteer Fire Department trom 1979 to 1993. and was a 32nd de gree Mason and a member of Shallotte I.odge No. 727. A.F.& A.M. Survivors include his wife, Eliz abeth "Sis Cheek Poe of the home; two daughters. Linda Wencker of Littleon. Colo., and Shirley Gold stein of Herndon. Va.; a stepson, David Blackman of Kure Beach; a stepdaughter. Kathy Anderson of Nashville. Tenn.; four brothers, James Poe of Haw River. Richard Poe of Mt. Juliet. Tenn.. Andrew Jackson Poe of Svvepsonviiie and Robert Poe of Battle Ground. Ga.; two sisters. Carmel P Clayton and Dorothy P Bush, both of Haw River; and one grandson. Christopher Carter. COY L. CLARIDA C oy L. C'landa of Fast Orange, N.J.. and formerly of Bolivia, died Dec. 31 in Fast Orange. The funeral was Jan. K at /.ion Hill Baptist Church. Burial was in the church cemetery. MARY IN DAVID BkuVv N Marvin David "M.D." Brown. 72. ol Lcland died Jan. S in Pinnacle Care Center. I'he funeral was conducted Jan. Ml in St. Andrews Mortuary Market Street Chapel. Wilmington, by the Rev. Jack Miller. Burial was in Greenlawn Memorial Park. Mr. Brown was S.C.. on May 19, 1921, the son of (he lale Marvin B. and l.eitha Bryant Brown. Me was a member of Indian town Lodge No. 165 A.KM. in Hemingway. S.C. Survivors include his wife. Lily Brown of the home; five daughters. Grace Liherman of Wilmington, Barbara Mintz of Carolina Beach. Jean Scoggins and Juanita Benton of l.cland and Irene Brock of Castle Hayne; two son. Jerry Brown of Castle llayne and Ralph Brown of Rocky Point; a brother. James Lawrimorc of North Wilkesboro; a sistet. Myrtle Heslewood of Gilbert. S.C.; IS grandchildren; and 17 ureat-grandchildren. KEVIN KELLY Kevin rveiiy. 36. of Wilmington died Jan. 7 in New Hanover Regional Medical Center. The funeral was held Jan. 9 in Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church. Burial was in Drew Cemeterv. Winnabow. JAMES F. ATKINSON James F. Atkinson, 82. of Leland died Jan. <> in New Hanover Reg ional Medical Center. Wilmington. The funeral was Jan. 9 in Town Creek Baptist Church, with the Rev. V.C Potter Jr. officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Atkinson was born on Aug. 6, 1911. to the late Burt and Ruth Padrick Atkinson. He was preceded in death by a brother. John Wright Atkinson. He was a member of Town Creek Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Judy Bell Buffin Atkinson of the home; three stepsons, Gary Jacobs of Leland. Moddy Dale Bulfkin of Tabor City and Richard Kye of Winnabow; a sister. Charlotte Rushing ol Bushncll. Fla.; anil five step-grandchildren. ALFRED DANIELS Funeral services for Alfred Dan iels of Paterson. N.J.. were sched uled to be held Wednesday. Jan. 12. at 2 p.m. from the Mount /ion Baptist Church with the Rev. M.C. Herring officiating. Burial was to follow in the church cemetery. He was the husband of Mary A. Tolson Daniels of Paterson, N.J.; the father of Deloris Wright. Patricia Daniels. Ronnie. Frankie, John and Dale Daniels, all of Paterson. N.J.; and the brother of Curtis Daniels of Longwood and Bennie Blumell. Arrangements were being handled bv Peoples Funeral Home. VONNJE H. PORTER Vonnie Holden Smith Porter, 60, of Aberdeen died Jan. 10 in Manor Care. The funeral will be held today (Thursday) at 3:30 p.m. in Ives Memorial Baptist Church, by the Rev Don Ballenger. the Rev. Bob Chiidress and the Rev. Bob And erson. Burial will be in Pinebluff Cemetery. Mrs. Porter was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Clyde Porter; a son. James Edward Smith Jr. of Aberdeen; a brother, William F. Holden of Ocean Isle Beach; and two sisters. Virginia Sullivan ol Winnabow and Vera Hewitt of Supply. The family was to receive friends 7 p.m. to p.m. Wednesday at Powell Funeral Home in Southern Pines. Memorials may be made to Sand hills Hospice Inc.. P.O. Box 1956, Pinehurst. N.C. 2X374. ELIZABETH FONTANA l li/abeth Frances Peters Fontana. 75. of Shallolte, died Jan. 10 in Grand Strand General Hospital, My rile Beach, S.C The funeral will be today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. in the Brunswick I uneral Service Chapel, Shallolte. with the Rev. George Speake officiating. Burial will lie in Brunswick Memorial Gardens in Drivers Still In Hospital Following Saturday Wreck Both drivers were seriously in jured Saturday afternoon in a two car collision on Stone Chimney Road. 2.7 miles north of llolden Beach. Cynthia Phelps Elliott. 25. of Rouic 2. Supply, and IXiViu Perry Russ III. 4K. of Wilmington, were transported to The Brunswick Hospital vniiIi serious, incapacitating injuries, and were then transferred to New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington. As ol Tuesday afternoon. Elliott was listed in serious condition and Russ in lair condition, a centei spokesman said At approximately I 05 p.m. Saturday Elliott was traveling north on Stone Chimney Road (S.R 1115). Russ was traveling northwest on Stanley Road (S R 111')) ii proaching its intersection with St? i Chimney Road. Russ braked and his IW3 I out slid into the intersection, according to the report filed by Trooper C.E. Ward, striking Elliott's I9.S9 flonda in ihe front left lender. ran oft Ihc left shoulder, struck a The two vehicles slammed to- sign and overturned. get her. side to side, and went ott the Russ was charged with failure to left side of the road. Russ's vehicle yield. came to rest on the left shoulder of Damages were estimated at Stone Chimney Road, while lilliott S5.5INI to I lliotl s car anil $10,000 v?.t, thrown lr>?n i her vchick when to Ru*.\k. You Should HEAR What You've Been Missing! DO SOMETHING ABOUT HEARING LOSS NOW the custom in-the-ear nnrr[Q *n hearing aid with no OC/ii/c? IU... v cords, wires or tubes Coastal Drugs Main St.. Shailotte FREE HEARING TEST SECOND FRIDAY EACH MONTH Friday, January 14, 10 AM to 2 PM AAA HEARING AID CENTER A 1A) w ? Margaret D Kellv . ? c 4705 Wnghtsville Ave Phone 799-04-/6 Sales & Sorv.ce, NC 26403 Born July 8, 1919, she was a daughter of the late John and Helen Garvey Peters. Survivors include ner husband. Antonio Fontana; a daughter. Arlene Neff of Middleton, R.I.; a stepson. Mario Fontana of Virginia Beach, Va.; two stepdaughters, Margaret Avallone of San Diego, Calif., and Florence Cardoso of Swan luike. N.Y.; a brother. Joe Peters of Astoria, N.Y.: three grandchildren; and eight step-grandchildren. DOROTHY JANE SMITH LONG Dorothy Jane Smith Long of Ash died Jan. 10 at her residence. The funeral was Jan. 12 in the Brunswick Funeral Service Chapel. Shalloitc. Burial was in Long Cemetery in Ash. A native of Brunswick County, she was a daughter of the late William Allen and Carrie Jane Carlisle Smith, and the widow of Ivery l-ong. Survivors include her son. William Joe "Bill" Urng of Lumber ton; a daughter. Bobbie Jane Jones of Ash; two brothers, the Rev. Luther Smith of St. Pauls and Julian Smith ol Bl.idenboro; three grand sons: and a great-grandson. WILLIAM W. IRV INE William Wilson Irvine. (i7. of l^ong Beach, died Jan. 10 at Bruns wick Cove Convalescent Center. Peacock-Newman Funeral Home of Southport was to announce arrangements. WALTER MAXWELL LACY Walter Maxwell Iutcy. 69. of High Point and Ocean Isle Beach died Jan. 7 in High Point following a pe riod of declining health. A memorial service will be held at a later date at Ocean Isle Beach. Mr. Lacy was born Sept. 17. 1924. in Magnolia, Miss., a son of Walter and Elizabeth Hawkins Goza I acy. He was employed by the High Point Enterprise before his retire ment. A veteran of World War II. he served in the U.S. Army. Survivors include a daughter. Lina Elizabeth Raley of Moss Point. Miss.; a stepdaughter. Juliet Schwab of High Point; a son. W.M. Lacy Jr. of Moss Point. Miss.; two sisters, Elizabeth Millard of Covington, La.; and Mrs Opie (Martha) Shelton of Baton Rouge. I -a.; and five grand children. DANIEL SYLVESTER GORE "l"he tuneral for Daniel Sylvester Gore will be held 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 14. in Big Macedonia Church. Supply, with the pastor, the Rev. Lawrance Keel, officiating. Hurial will be in Galloway Cemetery. Gore, a resident of Supply, died Jan. 10 in The Brunswick Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Sheiiie Gore of Supply; four daugh ters. Gracie Green and Virginia Bel lamy of Supply. Sadie J. Pendergraft ot Bronx. N.Y.. and Minnie Furger son of Asheville; three sons. James E. Gore of Trenton, N.J., and Daniel C. Gore and Dallas E. Gore of Supply; and a brother. Johnnie Gore ot Suppiy. CHURCH ACTIVITIES New Bible Institute To Begin A new Bible institute will begin its first semester in Brunswick County. Trinity Harvest Institute for End Time Studies will begin classes on Tuesday. Jan. IS. at 7 p.m. Registr ation begins at 6 p.m. Eigiii cuui.m:> wui lx offcrcu m the diploma program, with all cours es relating to study of Biblical prophetic events as pertaining to the "Iuist Days." The first semester courses are "The Book of Revelation" and "Religions and Occults I." Each se mester is 12 weeks of Tuesday night study. Classes for the first semester will be held at Trinity Tabernacle Church. N.C. N7. in the Mill Creek Community three miles from U.S. 17. Trinity Harvest Institute is non denominational. For more informa tion. call David E. Kelton. institute president, at 457-4S17. Lamb To Preach Evangelist Robert Paul Ijmb. \sho is described as "an author and prophet." will preach at Love of Christ Church in Bolivia Jan. 14-16. He will speak at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and again Sunday at 10:30 a.m.. with the public invited. Love of Christ Church is located on U.S. Business 17. Mission Fair Set Brunswick County Girls in Action (OAs), a Baptist mission or ganization for girls, will "tour " at least nine foreign countries where Southern Baptist missionaries are at work at the GA Mission Fair sched uled Jan. 22 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Antioch Baptist Church on Midway Road. Bolivia. ('?A groups from Leland. Ocean View. Sunset Harbor. Calvary. Oak Island. Jennie's Branch. Faith. Elah and Southport wiii each present a country?China. Spain. Chile. Japan. Taiwan. Indonesia. Switzer land. Mexico and India respectively. Blake To Speak Southport Women's Aglow will welcome Jan Blake as its January speaker. The meeting will lie Jan. 15 at 10 a.m. at the Senior Citizen Building on Atlantic Street in Southport. Blake is founder of "There is Hope Ministries." "She knows from personal experi ence that Jesus is able to take a shat tered life, a broken-down body and a burnt-out mind and heal and bring Brunswick Islands Baptist Church All Ages Sunday SchooMO 00 am Worship and Communior>-i 1 00 am Sunday Evening Worship-7.00 p.n Wednesday Evening Worship-7:00 pm casual dress ? nursery provided Jack D. Hancox, Pastor 1672 Mt. Pisgah Rd. SW Holden Beach 842-8969 Coastal Carolina Bible College Last week to register! For more information contact Dr. George West, 4755 Main St., Shallotte 754-7363 or 754-3288 Peoples Funeral Home OF SHALLOTTE Invites you to listen to: "Sharing God's Love" Each Sunday Morning From 9 a.m.-9:30 a.m. on VVTAB Radio AM 1370 United Family Life Insurance Pre-need, Life, Disability 754-6242,754-6244 1-910-642-1055 I Iwy. 17 S., Shallotte 405 S. Memory St., Whiteville Service with Dependability, Distinction and Dignity ? ?: r restoration to a life where there was no hope." said Aglow spokesman Bonnie Leonard. For more information, call Tuddie Dixon at 842-6565 or Bonnie Leonard at 754-6247. All women are invited. Jennings Will Preach The Rev. Wesley Jennings will preach a sermon on "The Power In Prayer" this Sunday. Jan. 16, at Oak Island Presbyterian Church, said Elder Jack Terry. The sermon will he based tin Luke 22:39-43. Worship service is at 10:15 a.m.. preceded by Sunday school at 9:15 a.m. Visitors are welcome. Sisters To Sing The Christian Sisters of Shallotte will lx: singing at Bculah Baptist Church Sunday, Jan. 16. Everyone is invited to hear them at the 6 p.m. service. Beulah Church is located on Hickman Road between Thomas boro and Hickman's Crossroads. Pray For Unity A Prayer for Christian Unity ser vice will be held Tuesday. Jan. IK. at 7 p.m. at Brunswick Islands Baptist Church. The service is sponsored by the South Brunswick Islands Inter church Council and is open to all. Brunswick Islands Baptist is on Mt. Pisgah Church Road near its in tersection with Holden Beach Road (N.C. 130 East). The Rev. Jack Hancox is the host pastor. Holder To Minister The Rev. Colbert Rae Holder will be the guest speaker at Abundant Life Church Friday and Saturday. Jan. 14 ;md 15. at 7:30 p.iii., and will lead the 11 a.m. worship service Sunday. Jan. 1(>. His son. Steve, will minister in song. Holder recently returned from Russia and will be giving his testi mony of what God is doing in the former Soviet Union. Abundant Life Church is located on Brick Landing Road (N.C. 17lJ) beside Shallotte Muffler Shop. The Kev. Earl Pigott. pastor, in vites the public. St. Luke Lutheran Church Worship Service Sunday, !():(X) A.M. Sunday School at 9:tK) a.m. Meeting In Shallotic Middle School 754-7816 Pastor Donald R. Safrit (Casual Dress) Calabash 1 Presbyterian Church Sunday Worship Service 9:30 AM Church School For All Ages 10:45 Old Georgetown Road (910)579-7356 Dr. Francis M. WomacK, Ji., Minister Nursery Provided ? 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