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St. James Celebrates Anniversary
Of New Sanctuary On Easter Day
St. James the Fisherman Epis
copal Church in Shallotte will cele
brate a year of worshiping in its new
sanctuary this taster.
An Easter vigil service will begin
at 6 a.m. at Cause tending, where
St. James had its beginning in the
1930s under a live oak tree on the
banks of the Intracoastal Waterway.
The following Lenten and Holy
Week services have been scheduled:
?Friday. March 25: 8 a.m. until
1 p.m.. Ouiet Day. meditation at X
a.m.; stations at 10 a.m.; meditation
?March 27: Sunday of the
Passion/Palm Sunday. X a.m.. Holy
Eucharist. No church school.
Liturgy of the Palms. 10:30 a.m.
?March 28-31. 7 a.m. Holy
Eucharist followed by a continental
?March 30: Holy Eucharist at
12:10 and 7 p.m.
?March 31. Maundy Thursday. 6
p.m. Seder dinner. 7:30 p.m. Holy
?April 1. Ciood Friday, 3 p.m..
church open for devotions. Noon:
Ciood Friday liturgy. The Rev. Don
Safrit will deliver the homily. Sta
tions of the Cross through town at
2:30 p.m., beginning and ending at
St. James, with St. Luke. Camp
Methodist and Shallotte Presby
?.April 2: Holy Saturday Liturgy.
?April 3: The Easter vigil service
at 6:30. Continental breakfast at the
church, 8:30-9 a.m. Family service,
9 a.m., informal Eucharist and
Flowering of the Cross, followed by
an Easter egg hunt. Celebration of
the Resurrection, 11 a.m., followed
by the sealing of the church corner
Verse and prose contemplations,
intentions and prayers will be sealed
under the cornerstone, not to be
opened until Easter 2093.
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St. Luke Lutheran Church has
scheduled the following Lenten and
Easter season services, according to
Pastor Don Safrit:
?Maundy Thursday, March 31.
St. Luke wil have a joint worship
service at Shallotte Presbyterian
Church. Seder meal worship begins
at 6:30 p.m.
?Cood Friday, April 1. joint
worship service at St. James the
Fisherman Episcopal Church, Shal
lotte. This "Stations of the Cross"
worship service will take place from
noon until 3 p.m.
?Easter Day, April 3, sunrise
service at 6:30 a.m. on the church
property site, U.S. 17, Ocean Isle
Beach. Easter Day schedule: 9 a.m.
Sunday School and 10 a.m. Holy
Communion worship, both at
Sunday Worship Service
Church School For All Ages
Old Georgetown Road
! Dr Francis M Womack. Jr., Minister
Nursery Provided ? Casual Dress
All Ages Sunday SchooMO 00 am
Single and Single Agairv-10:00 am
Worship and Communioo-11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship-7:00 pm
Wednesday Evening Worship-7.00 pm
casual dress ? nursery provided
j Prayer is the language
| spoken here
[ Larry Knowles, Pastor
1672 Mt. Pisgah Rd. SW
Shallotte Middle School.
Easter Plans Told
The regular Palm Sunday worship
service March 27 a( 4:30 a.m. will
begin the Holy Week events at
Calabash Presbyterian Church.
A Maundy Thursday communion
service will be held March 30 at 7
p.m . with a nursery provided.
On GihkJ I'riday. April I. the
church will be open from noon until
3 p.m. for members and friends to
come in and pray.
"Worship on Sunset Beach" will
be held at X a.m. Easter Sunday be
side the Sunset Beach Pier. The reg
ular Easter worship service with
special music will be held at the
church at 9:30 a.m. A nursery will
Holiday Bake Sale
The Ladies Guild of Our Lady
Star of the Sea Catholic Church in
North Myrtle Beach. S.C.. will hold
an Easter weekend bake sale before
and after the 7 p.m. Vigil Mass on
Holy Saturday and before and after
Sunday morning masses at 6:30, 8
and 10 a.m. and noon at the church
ant at and 11 a.m. at the North
Myrtle Beach Community Center.
Proceeds will go to Mercy Hos
pice of Horry County.
The Good News Evangelistic
Crusade will sponsor a gospel cru
sade in Southport March 25-27 at
the ILA Hall, West 10th and Cas
well St.. at 7:30 nightly.
Each service will include special
music and singing and prayers for
the sick and needy, said Pastor
King Of Kings'
The Rev. Wesley Jennings will
speak from the Gospel of Matthew
21:1-17 "The King of Kings" Palm
Sunday, the first day of Passover,
March 27 at at Oak Island Pres
Sunday School starts at 9:15 a.m.,
with worship services at 10:15.
Youth Lead Service
The young people of Brunswick
Islands Baptist Church celebrated
the worship servicc March 20.
Providing music and leading the
worship service were Justin Pruitt,
Neil Ansley, David Odom, Chris
Garner, Todd Pruitt, Chuck Wilson
and Charles Zenner.
Scott Riley performed an original
composition with assistance from
Musical In Southport
The music miniswtry of South
port Baptist Church will present the
musical "Worthy...Reflections of
Easter" on Sunday, March 27 at 7
p.m in the church sanctuary.
The work is a musical remem
UiiiLed Methodist Church
8.00 AM Worship Soviet
9 00 AM Chrlsiian Education Hour
9:30-10:00 AM Fellowship Time
10:00 AM Worship Service
CASUAL DKESS ? NUKStlKY PROVIDED
Pastor: The Rev. Jerry Lowry
1300 Seaside Rd SW |Hwy. 904)
Worship Service Sunday, 1():(K( A.M.
Sunday School at 0:00 a.m.
Meeting In Sliailottc Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safril
brance of the life of Jesus Christ
combining choral selection, solos,
ducts, narration and drama. Events
in inc life ui Christ included arc
birth. ministry', anointing, trimphal
entry. Last Supper, crucifixion, re
currection and return.
Choral selections include "Wor
thy of Worship," "Thus Was He
Bom," "Joyful Joyful We Adore
Thee," "Lift Up Your Meads." "The
Rugged Cross," "Christ the Lord is
Risen Today" and "The Hallelujah
Soloists are Pam Hicks, Dr.
Charles Ellington. Shirley Lewis,
Marsha Huskey and Debbie Evans.
Jeff and Jenni Johnson will sing a
duel. The musical will be accompa
nied by Amaretta Prevatte, organist,
and Pam Hicks, pianist.
The use of a scrim and drama
scenes in the baptistry will be used
to provide glimpses back to the life
and ministry of Christ. The scenes
will be portrayed by Jeff, Cindy.
Casey and Amy Townsend. A dra
matic interpretation of the Lord's
Supper Song "In Remembrance"
will be shared by Joanna Holdcn.
Jenni Johnson. Sherry Montgomery,
Susan Huggins, Pat Sykes, Cheryl
Miller and Diane Baxter. Pastor
Wayne Trcxler will be narrator.
Terry Pierce is the audio techni
cian and Robert Prince is the light
The public is invited to attend.
The Easter segment of Handel's
"Messiah" will be presented by the
adult choir of Brunswick Islands
Baptist Church on Palm Sunday,
Two performances are planned,
during the 11 a.m. worship hour and
again at 5 p.m. A reception will fol
low the evening program. The choir
is under the direction of Kit Jackson,
church music director. All arc invit
Holley To Preach
Evangelist Lonnie Holley of
Southport will return to Holy Light
Pentecostal Church at Ash to preach
Sunday, March 27. at ft p.m.
Special singing is planned and all
are invited, said spokesman Juanila
The church is located on Big
Neck Road in Ash.
Breakfast At Chapel
Dixon Chapel United Methodist
Church at Varnamtown will serve
breakfast Saturday, March 26, to
raise money to support the church
Bacon and eggs and a choice of
pancakes or grits will be served
from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Cost is
$3.50 tor adults and S3 for children.
Sweets will be available also.
Palmyra Baptist Church in the
Old Dock community will present
the cantata "An Easter Celebration"
Sunday, March 27, at 7 p.m.
Trie adult and youih choirs will
participate and the public is invited,
said spokesman Betty Richardson.
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Deaths And Funerals
MINNIE JOSEPHINE RAPOSA
Minnie Josephine Babson Kaposa
of Baltimore died March 15. Born in
Ash. she was the daughter of Edgar
Babson and the late Lela Smith
She is survived by her husband,
Kenneth Gordon Raposa. sons Wil
liam H. and Donald E. Millikcn, sis
ter Loretta J. Williams, brothers lid
die Roy and Robert I^ee Babson;
and two grandchildren.
A funeral Mass was celebrated at
the Chapel of Stella Maris, Balti
more, March 18. Burial was in
Moreland Memorial Cemetery, Bal
Contributions may be made to the
American Cancer Society or to the
Stella Maris Hospice in Baltimore,
JOAN R. McMAHON
Joan Robson McMahon, 70, died
March 15 at her home in Bonaparte
Retreat I, Calabash.
Born in Liverpool, England, she
was a daughter of the late Edwain
and Alice Mary Lynn Robson. She
moved to Calabash 10 years ago
from l.ong Island, N.Y.
Mrs. McMahon was a member of
the Calabash Veterans of Foreign
Wars Auxiliary and had been a vol
unteer with the Calabash Volunteer
Rescue Squad. Lower Cape Fear
Hospice and St. Stephen's Episcopal
Survivors include a son. Gerald
Michael McMahon Jr. of Calabash:
a daughter, Barbara Kelly of Cala
bash; three grandchildren and a
Funeral services were held March
19 at St. Stephen's Episcopal
Church in North Myrtle Beacii willi
the Rev. Preston Huntley officiating.
Memorials may be made to
lx)wer Cape Fear Hospice, P.O. Box
1926, Shallotte NC 28459, or St.
Stephen's Episcopal Church, 11 iH
Avenue North. North Myrtle Beach
Daniel Russell Johnson Jr. of
Winnabow died March 17 in Bruns
wick Cove Nursing Center.
He was born in Brunswick
County Sept. 13, 1911, the son of
the late Daniel Russell and Clara
Cornelia Taylor Johnson, and was
preceded in death by his wife,
Esther Fletcher Johnson.
Mr. Johnson was a member of
New Hope Presbyterian Church and
the Woodmen of the World. He was
a retired dairy farmer.
Surviving are his son, Russell F.
Johnson of New York City; his sis
ters, Mrs. W.A. Kopp of Bolivia,
Mrs. E.C. Liggett, Mrs. R.M. Rob
inson and Mrs. George Curts. all of
Winnabow. Mrs. Lonnie Burriss of
Carolina Beach and Mrs. Ronald
Warner of Wilmington; several
nieces and nephews and great-nieces
Funeral services were condutcd
March 19 at New Hope Presbyterian
Church by the Rev. Dan Norman.
Burial was in the church cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the
New Hope Presbyterian Church Ce
metery Fund. P.O. Box 160, Win
nabow NC 28479.
ESSIE NIXON RINEHART
Essie Nixon Rinehart. 60, of Long
Beach died March 16 at Dosher
Funeral services were held March
18 at Beach Road Baptist Church.
Burial was March 19 in Guilford
Memorial Park, Greensboro.
Emil Irederick (Ted) Bergemann
of Houston, Texas, died March 17 in
He was horn in Wilmington on
Sept. 11, 1937, the son of Madalene
Outlaw Bergemann and the late
Edward Frederick Bergemann and
was preceded in death by his son,
Keith Gergemann, and a brother.
Surviving with his mother are his
children, Tina Peterson of Castle
llayne; Timothy Bergemann and
Dennis Bergemann of West Palm
Beach. Fla.; a brother, Richard Ber
gemann of Iceland: iwo sisters. Dale
Strickland and Barbara Price of
Wilmington: and six grandchildren.
Graveside services were conduct
ed March 21 in Prospect Cemetery.
HARRY A. FOLMSBEE SR.
Harry Albert Folsmbee Sr. of
Castleton. N.Y., and formerly of
Supply, died March 3 in Barnwell
Nursing Home, Valatie, N.Y., after
two years of declining health.
The funeral was March 5 in Lasak
and Gigliotti Funeral Home in
Survivors include his wife.
Norma Mayo Folmsbcc of Castle
ton: three sons, Harry A Folmsbee
Jr. of Southport, George Folmsbee
of Holdcn Beach and William Harris
of Supply; and six daughters. I .auric
Met/.. Sally Pappalau and Kathleen
Kafer. all of Castleton, Beverly
O'Connell of Ohio, Barbara Le
brecht and Sandra Tardiff; a brother,
l.aney Salisbury; 24 grandchildren;
14 great-grandchildren; and two
O" * U U
Mr. and Mrs. Folmsbee Sr. had
resided in Supply for approximately
It) years before their return to New
York State in recent years.
Memorial contributions may be
made in Mr. Folsmbee's memory to
the Barnwell Nursing Home Act
ivities Fund. Valatie, N.Y. 12184.
INEZE F. ROBB1NS
Ine/.e Fowler Robbins of White
ville and Siler City died March 20 at
North Carolina Baptist Hospital,
Born in Columbus County on
Nov. 9, 1928, she was a daughter of
the late Malcum Jarvis and Anna
belle Phelps Fowler.
Survivors include two brothers,
Elwood Fowler and Burguin "Doo
gle" Fowler, both of Ash; and a sis
ter, Geneva Fowler Hayes of White
Funeral services were scheduled
for 2 p.m. March 23 at Old Dock
United Methodist Church, to be con
ducted by the Rev. Rayford Methvin
and the Rev. Charlie Smith. Burial
If you have family or loved ones
at Chapel Hill Cemetery, it's
time to pay the anuual dues of
$5.00. Please send a check or
money order to Mrs. Nasha
White, PO Box 132, Shallotte,
NC 28459 or Mrs. Inez S. Gray,
3S9 Cray Bridge Rd. 5VV,
Shallotte, NC 28459.
Also, please remove any old
flowers or trash from the ceme
tery. Thank you!
was to be in the church cemetery.
Thirza Elizabeth Meinberg, 94,
died March 19 at Brunswick Cove
Convalescent Center, Leland.
Memorial services were to be
conducted March 23 ai i i a.m. <ii
Peacock-Newnam Funeral Chapel,
with the Rev. Avery Lumsden offici
Mrs. Meinberg was born Jan. 4,
1899, in Chappaqua, N.Y., a daugh
ter of the late Vincent and Carolina
Survivors include a daughter. Fay
I.angncr of Boiling Spring Lakes; a
granddaughter, Candace Kepley of
Hawaii; a grandson, Frank Langner
Jr. of Virginia; two great-grandchil
dren and two great-great grandchil
Memorial contributions may be
made to the Boiling Spring Lakes
Rescue Squad, Boiling Spring Lakes
Lester Elree "Sonny" Scott of
Leland died March 20 at his home.
He was born in Brunswick County
on Feb. 12, 1931, the son of the late
Howard and Addic Potter Scott.
Mr. Scott was retired from
Federal Paperboard after 35 years of
service and was an avid fisherman
and deer hunter.
Surviving are his wife, Juanita
Peterson Scott of the home; his son,
Icffrcv Scott and wifi? Inann of
Leland; daughters Lynn Scott Pet
erson and husband H.O. of
Wilmington and Jaye Scott Watts
and husband Kim of Reiegelwood;
Five grandchildren and several
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were to be con
ducted at 11 a.m. March 23 in Faith
Baptist Church. Delco, by Pastor
lim Griffin and Evangelist Fddie
Burial was to follow in the Faith
Baptist Church Cemetery.
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