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Deaths And Ftinerals
ALFRED JOSEPH TALBOT
Alfred Joseph Talbot of Dixie
Drive. Leland, died March I al New
Hanover Regional Medical Center.
He was born in New Britain.
Conn., on Aug. 29. 1917, son of the
late Alfred J. and Clara Paquette
Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth
Talbot of the home; sons Alfred J.
Talbot Jr. of Southington. Conn.,
and Roger Talbot of Houston. Texas;
daughter Diane Wright of Rocky
Point; four grandchildren, seven
great-grandchildren, three brothers
and three sisters.
Prayer services were held March
3 in Andrew Mortuary by the Rev.
Thomas P. Hadden. Burial was in
Sacred Heart Cemetery. New Brit
Memorials may be made to St.
Mary Catholic Church. 412 Ann St.,
Wilmington NC 28401.
GEORGE I- TAUBEL JR.
George Ix-wis Taubcl Jr.. 72. of
Carolina Shores died March 1 in
Grand Strand General Hospital.
Myrtle Beach. S.C.
Born July 21. 1421. in Chestnut
Hill. Pa., he was a son of the late
George Lewis and Rhoda Catherine
l^arge Taubel. He was a retired
salesman for R1S Paper Co. in
Pcnnsaukea. N.J.. and formerly lived
in Moorestown, N.J. He was a mem
ber of St. Stephen's Episcopal
Church in North Myrtle Beach. S.C.
Survivors include his wife. Jane
Hutchinson Taubel; two sons,
George Taubel III of Houston and
Robert Taubel of Gainesville, Ga.; i
and five grandchildren.
A memorial service was held
March 4 at St. Stephen's Episcopal
Church with the Rev. Preston
Huntley officiating. Memorials may
be made to St. Stephen's Episcopal
Church, P.O. Box 537, North Mvrtle
Beach SC 29597.
ANTONIO L. JENRETTE
Antonio Lamar Jenrette, 22, died
Born Nov. 25, 1971 in Philadel
phia. Pa., he was a son of Ida Jen
rette and Gregory Edge. He was ed
ucated in the public schools of Pen
nsylvania and North Mvrtle Beach,
Survivors include his mother of
Philadelphia; his father of Lxiris,
S.C.; his stepmother. Marva Edge of
I Airis; two brothers. Randy Jenrette
of Philadelphia and Gregory Jamar
Edge of Loris; a stepsister, Matika
DeWitt of Loris. an adopted sister.
Angel Jenrette ot Philadelphia; ma
ternal grandparents, Henry and
Louise Jenrette of Calabash; pater
nal grandfather, James Edge of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; stepgrandmother,
Mary Edge of North Myrtle Beach;
and special friend Tia Burney of
Funeral services were held March
5 at Macedonia AME Church in
Sunday Worship Service
Church School For All Ages
Old Georgetown Road
Dr. Francis M Womack, Jr.. Minister
Nursery Provided ? Casual Oress
Hie 'famify Of;
u> ouCd fi/(e to r%:'<
and gratitude for
aff the gifts of Cove
and sympathy shared
during the extended
iffness and death of
; V-. -Ratafie, Tina
North Myrtle Bcach.
WII.MA THOMAS TODD
Wila Thomas Todd. 68. of Brick
landmg Road. Shallotte. died March
at I lie Brunswick Hospital.
Mrs. Todd was horn in Double
^prings. Alabama, on Nov. 8, 1925.
-She was the daughter of the late
Kanzie L. and Fannie Baldy Thom
She is survived by her husband.
Mack Gaston Todd of the home; a
son. Mack G. Todd Jr. and wife
Donnie of Shallotte; three daughters.
Betty Jean Smith and husband Ellis
Alton of Ash. Mary Todd Fulwood
and husband Dennis of Shallotte.
and Ruby Ann Todd and fiance
C harlcs Bazen Sr. of Shallotte; a sis
ter. Burley Gillstrap of Easley, S.C.;
seven grandchildren and two ureat
Funeral services were held March
5 at the Coble Ward-Smith F uneral
Service Chapel in Supplv with the
Rev. Herman Abshcr officiating.
Burial was in the Jennies Branch
Baptist Church Cemetery.
PEGGY GORE MATTHEWS
Peggy Gore Matthews, 48 of
Mulberry Street. Shallotte. died
March 4 in New Hanover Regional
^L'ncal Ccnlcr Shc was borl1 in
Shallotte on Oct. 17, 1945, to the
late Martin and Madeline Simmons
Surviving are three brothers O W
"Dub" Gore of Shallotte. Johnnv
Sonny ' Gore of Glen Rose. Texas
and Sammy Gore of Wilmington;
V.ur sisters. Evelyn Wilson of Bay
' "y- 'cxas. Rusie Sharratt and hus
tiand Davd of Wilmington, Linda
Matthews and husband Bovd of
Bolivia, and Lamar King and hus
band Jerry of Winnabow.
I uneral services were conducted
from the graveside March 6 at
napel Hill Cemetery, Shallotte.
JEAN WHITE HEWETT
Jean White Hewctt, 53, of A 1
Clemmons Road. Shallotte. died
March 5 at her home.
Born in Nansemond County Vir
ginia. on Jan. 8, 1941, she was a
daughter of the late Weldon Andrew
and Lillian Goodrich White. She
was employed by the Brunswick
C ounty Department of Social Ser
vices as a chore provider.
Survivors include her husband
["/ank Hewctt of the home; a son
Frank R. Hewett Jr. and wife Fave
of Raleigh; two daughters. Mrs. Earl
(Annette) Simmons of Boiline
Spring Lakes and Mrs. Robert
(Deborah) Beck of Bolivia; five
brothers, Andrew White, Alan
White and Tommy White, all of Par
sonburg. Md.. and Bruce White and
Cl i (ford White, both of Supply; five
sisters, Mary Dreckman and Lois
Messick, both of Parsonburg Md
Lilie Mae Walter of Chester, Md?'
j'"cl Charlotte Hewett and Norma
Rhodes, both of Supply; and grand
cniluren Patrick Hewett, Skve
Simmons, Holly Simmons, Robin
Beck and Robert Beck Jr.
Funeral services were held March
8 in Oak Grove Baptist Church by
the Rev. Bob Childress and the Rev.
Lindis Lancaster. Burial was in the
Oak Grove Cemetery.
ROBERT M. HOWARD
Dr. Robert M. Howard of Gas
tonia died of a heart attack at his
home March 2. He was 74.
Dr. Howard was the first and onlv
person to serve as president of Gas
ton County's two main colleges,
Gaston Community College and
Belmont Abbey College. He was the
? irst lay president of Belmont Abbey
in the college's history.
Survivors are his wife, Edith
Humphrey Howard, four children
rom his marriage to the late Agnes
senhour Howard?Robert Howard
Jr. of ( harloue, Roberta Ciulledge of
Dallas Iexas, Molly Frederick of
v cean Isle Beach, Susan Pearce of
Fo,,y?and a grandchild,
Kac hel Pearce of Ixickwood Folly.
Worship Scrvice Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School al 9:(X) a.m.
Meeting In Shallotte Middle School
Pasior Donald R. Safrit
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Gastonia NC 28052.
LARRY I). JAMES
Larry Daniel James, 44, uf
Fountain Inn. S.C.. and formerly of
Shallotte. died March 6 at his home.
The funeral was March 9 at
Durhin Creek Baptist Church, con
ducted by the Rev Steve Jones and
Dr. George Case. Burial was in the
Mr. James was born in Greenville
County, SC., a son of the late
Samuel Isaih and Mary Elizabeth
Fricks James. He was a route sales
man with Pine State Creamery and a
member of Durbin Creek Baptist
Church. He moved from the
Shallotte area to l-ountain Inn ap
proximately two years ago.
Survivors include his wife, Sarah
Margaret James of the home; a son,
David James of Greenville, S.C.; a
stepdaughter, Carol Porter of Green
ville. S.C.; four stepsons, Tony
Miller and Johnny Miller, both of
Greenville, S.C.. Harvey Miller of
Mauldin. S.C.. and Bennett Miller of
Spartanburg. S.C.; two sisters, Mae
Loving and Grace Vassey, both of
Greenville. SC.; four brothers,
Norman James of San Diego, Calif.,
Gary James of Greenville, S.C.,
Ralph James of Columbia, S.C., and
Barry James of Dacusvillc, S.C.; his
stepmother. Lou James of Franklin,
N.C.; and three step-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to
Hospice of Laurens County, P. O
Box 178, Clinton, S.C. 29325'.
JOHN SIDNEY GRISSETT
John Sidney Grissctt of 137 Farm
Loop Path in the Grissettown com
munity died March 8 at home.
He was bom July 30. 1925, a son
of the late Mayam and Mcllc Pierce
Grissett. He was a retired painter
and dry wall finisher.
Surviving are his wife, Marie
Smith Grissett of the home; three
sons, Gordon and wife Debra, Dale
and wife Tammy, and Hugh and
wife Vickie, all of Grissettown;
three sisters, Ethelene Moody of
Durham, Irene Clifton of Grisset
town and Betty Walton of Ash; and
I'uneral services will be conduct
ed at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 10, in
the Chapel of Brunswick Funeral
Service. Shallotte. Burial will be in
Old Shallotte Cemetery.
The family was to receive friends
Irom 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, March 9,
at the funeral home.
MAGGIE T. LIVINGSTON
Maggie Thompson Livingston,
<X2, of the Live Oak, S.C., communi
ty died March 6 at the Loris
Community Hospital after an illness.
Bom Nov. 25, 1911, in Loris, she
was a daughter of the late Joseph
Walter Thompson and Margaret
Mrs. Livingston was a homemak
er and a member of Live Oak
Baptist Church. She was the widow
of Willie L. Livingston.
Survivors include five sons, Mit
chell Livingston of Holden Beach,
John D. Livingston and B.J. Living
ston, both of Thomasvillc, Ricky
Livingston of I^oris and Billy Ray
Livingston of Evergreen; three
daughters, Judy Watts of Loris.
Earline Fipps and Lorraine "Char
lie" Hardwick. both of Tabor City; a
brother. A.Z. Thompson of White
ville; 21 grandchildren and 12 great
f uneral services were on March 8
ai Live Oak Baptist Church with the
Rev. Roger Chestnut officiating.
Burial was in the Live Oak Cem
Ground-Breaking Is Sunday
For New St. Brendan Church
Ground-breaking ceremouy for
the new St. Brendan the Navigator
Catholic Church will take place
Sunday, March 13 at 3 p.m.
Representing the bishop in lead
ing the blessing will the Very Rev.
Thomas Paul Madden, dean.
Light refreshments will be served
after the ceremony. The activities
will take place on the church
grounds, U.S. 17 south of Shallotte.
St. Brendan's has also announced
the following schedule of Easter ser
?Stations of the Cross, 7 p.m.
Fridays except Good Friday and
?Palm Sunday, blessing and dis
tribution of palms at all masses.
?Reconciliation, 4-4:30 p.m. Sat
March 21 at 7 p.m.
?Holy Thursday, 7:30 p.m.. Mass
of the List Supper: X p.m.. Ador
ation of the Blessed Sacrament until
?Good Friday, 7:30 p.m.. Solemn
?I iaster, Saturday Faster Vigil,
7:30 p.m.; Sunday morning, 8 a.m..
10:15 a.m. and noon.
North Myrtle Beach Christian
Women's Club will hold its
"Feathered Fantasy" luncheon
Thursday, March 17. at noon at the
Surf Club, 1701 Springland Lane,
North Myrtle Beach. S.C.
Featured will be the Waccamaw
Audubon Society's "Mister Bluebird
on My Shoulder" program, featuring
vocalist Chuck Saleeby.
Luncheon speaker will be Anne
Warren, a teacher, businesswoman
and model. Her topic will be "Wind
Beneath Your Wings."
Cost is SS.25 per person. A free
nursery will be open beginning at
11:30. Reservations and cancella
tions are necessary for both nursery
and luncheon by calling (910)579
Saving For Camp
The youth of Mt. Pisgah Baptist
Church in Supply will hold a yard
sale Saturday, March 12. starting at
7 a.m. al the church.
Proceeds will be used to help pay
for Acteens and RA's to attend a
missions camp this summer at the
N.C. Baptist Assembly at Fort
Caswell, said Linda Sellers.
The church is on Mt. Pisgah
Time Of Renewal
Camp United Methodist Church
of Shallotte will hold spring renewal
services starting Sunday. March 13,
and continuing through Tuesday.
Services will begin at 7 p.m. each
day, with the Rev. Eckie I Lancaster,
pastor of Pine Valley United
Methodist Church in Wilmington as
After each service a time for fel
lowship and refreshments will be of
fered in the church fellowship hall.
All are invited to attend.
The Rev. George Speake is pastor
of the church, which is on Main
Conway Group To Sing
The Carolina Gospel Singers of
Conway, S.C., will be featured in a
gospel sing Sunday, March 13, from
2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at llolden Beach
Church of God.
The church is on Qxocn Rond off
of Holdcn Beach Road (N.C. 130
Mt. Olive Revival
Revival services will be held at
Mt. Olive Baptist Church March 13
Services will begin each evening
at 7. Guest evangelist will be the
Rev. 1 x'roy Smith, pastor of Hculah
Baptist Church near Hickman's
The Rev. Anthony Clemmons in
vites everyone. The church is on Old
Ocean Highway (U.S. 17 Business)
between Supply and Bolivia next to
Brunswick Community College.
Study Course Slated
Teaching the Bible to various age
groups will be the focus of a Sunday
School church study course offered
March 15 by the Brunswick Baptist
The course will be taught from 7
p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at both Faith Bap
tist Church at Bolivia and Shallottc
First Baptist Church, with classes
offered for those who teach pre
schoolers through adults.
This is the second class of five of
fered this year leading to a church
study course diploma for Sunday
School teachers and officers.
Churches without an active youth
ministry can learn how to begin one
at a workshop offered during the
Brunswick Baptist Association's
Youth Week emphasis.
The training session for youth
leaders will be held Thursday,
March 17, at 7 p.m. at Mt. Pisgah
Baptist Church in Supply. Hal Mel
ton of the N.C. Baptist State Con
vention Youth and Campus Min
istries, will be the leader.
Southport Baptist Church
Focuses On Youth Next Week
The young people of Southport
Baptist Church will take charge of
the morning and evening services
Sunday, March 13, as the church ob
serves the Brunswick Baptist
Association's Youth Week, March
During the 11 a.m. Sunday ser
vice, student participants will in
clude Karen Brock, invocation:
Ginger Hegler, violin; Patricia
Harrington, piano; the middle school
and high school handbells; youth
choir; and Davie Thritt, testimony.
For the 7 p.m. service the youth
choir will share the Michael W.
Smith musical "The Big Picture."
The musical seeks to explain why
bad things happen to good people
and the importance of trusting in
Patricia Harrington and Jeff
Johnson will portray "Leesha" and
"Angel" respectively. Other drama
participants include Larry Brock,
April Price, Ginger Hegler, Jeff
Shew, Claire Guidry, Matthew
Shrader. David Small, Jeremy
Small, Jason Shew, Sarah Nash,
Kirstel Worley, Rhett Harrington,
Amanda Huggins, Pam Hicks,
Jimmy Lamb and Gary Worley.
Ed and Frances Allen, Pam Hicks
and Ijiurie Sillings are responsible
for scenery and set design. David
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 ? NURSERY PROVIDED
Pastor: The Rev Jerry Lowrv
1300 Seaside Rd. SWlHwy. 90-11
Thrift is the lighting and slide pro- dinner, witnessing study, games and
jector operator and Tery Picrce the a movie.
sound technician. Youth Week will conclude with
Soloists are Mary Sillings, Kristin Southport Baptist youth attending
Evans, Jennifer Raymond, Karen the Brunswick Baptist Associational
Brock and Pam Hicks. The "Angel" Youth Night at Ocean View Baptist
choir consists of Jennifer Baxter, di- Church Saturday, March I'J, at 7
rector; Jennifer Price, off-key girl; p.m. The Southport Baptist Youth
and Keri Bakan, Jennifer Jenkins, Choir will sing.
Mindie Fodrie, Amber Evans and
Elizabeth Martin, singers.
Eddie Hicks, minister of music
and youth, will direct "The Big
Following the musical, a fellow
ship time for youth and their fami
lies is planned in the fellowship hall.
Other Youth Week activities will
include "Parent-Youth Wacky
Relays" Monday, March 14, at 7
p.m. in the city gym; a covered dish
meal at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March
16, followed by a Bible study on
"Peer Pressure" at 7 p.m.; and a
youth evangelism seminar Friday,
March IS, at 4 p.m. The seminar
will include volleyball, a lasagna
All Ages Sunday School-1000 am
Single and Single Again-10 00 am
Worship and Communion-11.00 am
Sunday Evening Worship-7 00 pm
Wednesday Evening Worship-7:00 pm
casual dress ? nursery provided
Prayer is the language
Larry Knowles, Pastor
1672 Mt. Pisgah Rd. SW
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