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ial in Evans Cemetery.
ROBERT WAYNE MILES
, "* wrm,!??^m ? Wilmington on
J>ept- 16, i56r, ana was die son of
George L. King Sc. and Mary Powell
King of Leland. He w*i ^
mc^^tbe American Flint Gla?
Wortcer? union. Local 1025 Mid at
with Coming. Inc. He attended Elah
Baptist Chnrdi of Leland.
Surviving in addition to his t*r
Mathis Miles of the borne: a son
?"XSL "J*?" ? ??? ?wne; two
brothers. Jackie Lee Miles Jr. and
Slu88cr" King Jr., both
0 J 1 ?*?*. Erica Gail King
of Leland; and many uncles, aunt?
nephews and nicccs.
Funeral services were held May
? . U1J ? EUh Baptist Churcb in
*** Rev" John M.
Sellars and the Rev. Jack Miller offi
oating. Burial was in Greenlawn
"J!Sk?!li^drid?e Ludlum' 75. of
-orts Lord Street, died May 25 at
Oosher Memorial HocoitaL
.,Fud^?1 ""vices were conducted
"*f> 26 si Scsdsport Sapds*
Church, where she was a member
with the Rev. Wayne Thrxler offid
ating. Burial was in Northwood
St!c wa* born May 9, 1919, in
southport, a daughter of the late
John Smith and Minnie Lewis
Aldridge and lived her entire UfiTfri
SouApo^ She was a member of the
Womens Missionary Society.
Survivors indude a son and
daughter-in-law. Ivon Wsyne and
Laura Ludlum of Southport; a
daughter and son-in-law, Beverly
Ludlum and Michael Winebar of
Sortipoi^ a sister. Mary A. Oliver
of Scsdspat; m d ? gnsdda?<>hter
Memorial contributions may be
5^de to the Southport Baptist
Church Building Fund or the South
port Ybluntecr Fire Department.
ODESSA HOLDEN PEDEN
Odessa Holdeo Pedes. 7L of Mm
T. Hoiden Road, Hoiden ?w??d
May 26 at her home.
Fkinerai services were held May
28 at Mieiiotat tresoytenan enures
with bunal in Sabbath Home
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DAVID B. ANDERSON
The family of David B. Anderson,
38, of Robbins Drive, Raleigh, has
been notified that he died during a
visit to Thailand in ApriL
Mr- Anderson was the soo of J.
Robert and Sybil Anderson of 213
Edinbtngh Drive, Cary, and Hoiden
He was a graduate of Cary High
School and Kings Binim as College
and was employed by James H.
Anderson Co. in Raleigh.
In addition to hk parents, he m
survived by two brothers, Joint R.
AMfersoa Ji: smI Michad E Ander
son of Cary; a sister. Swan A. Hy
^ of Apex; his grandmother,
FJiTabcth E Anderson of Raleigh; a
niece and five nephews.
A mrmnrial service win be held
Sunday. Jane 5, at 2 pm. at Wat
Raleigh Preabyterian Church in
fefcigh. at Home and Vfcnderbik
streets. Memorials may be made to
the Raleigh Rescue Boa
27391. Raleigh NC 27611. or to the
charity of one's
Ronald "Par Bellamy, 66. of
Little River. S.C. died May 25 at
McLeod Regional Medical Center in
Bora in PitUbatgh. he was a son
of the late Leland Stanford and
EsteOe PKamuttai Bellamy. He m
a member of Chapel by the Sea
Baptist Cfcnrefc and was an Horry
County magistrate for 18 years.
Mr. Bellamy was a Navy veteran
of World Whs Daadwna former
owass; operator and captain of (he
Ron-Tbm^Fisfchg Fleet and Ron
tkweyjt. Mc XgmH
5/28/28 ? 1/8/94
Winters Bellamy; three mi, Ronnie
Bellamy, Dxmny Bellamy and
Patrick Bellamy, all of Little River,
and five grandchildren.
The Amend wm held May 27 at
Chapel by the Sea Baptist Church
with the Rev. Ibmmy Fields and the
Qmi Hamraa mtinn C* a*a>
i\cv. jicvc kccvcs onKiiiing. our
ial was in Forest Lawn Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to
Chapel by the Sea Baptist Church,
Sea Mountain Highway, P.O. Box
786, North Myrtle Beach SC 29597.
EUGENK MUL TULKR
Eugene Paul Toler, 80, of Sea
Village died May 27 at his home. He
moved to the area ten yean ago
from Solon, Ohio. He was a retired
rarpentei and a member of the
Calabash Elks Lodge and the
Surviving are two sons, Damon
"Loe" Ibler of Shallotte and Dennis
Ibler of Westport, Conn.; a daugh
ter, Anita McAtee of Stockport,
Ohio; two brothers. A1 Ibler of
Ontario, Calif., and Herbert Ibler of
Carmichael, Calif.; three sisters,
Dixie Cook of Beckley, W.Vk, Mary
Msigss of Sunbury, Ohio, ssd
Helen Tilley of Cincinnati. Ohio:
seven grandchildren and a great
? - - . , A . a, M J
Funeral services were held May
30 in the Chapel of Brunswick Fun
eral Service, shallotte. Burial was in
Brunswick Memorial Gardeaa.
Eugene Williams, 73, of South
Main Street-. RaefonL formerly of
Loris. S.C. died May 26 at Moore
Regional Hospital in Ptnehurst.
Mr. Williams was born in Loris
on July 1, 1920. He was the son of
the late John Quincy Graham and
the late Roae Ellen Williams
Graham He was a retired loom op
erator with Burlington Induitries, a
Navy Veteran of World War II and a
member of the First Baptist Church
Survivors include his widow,
Ehna Porter Williams of Raeford;
two sons, Larry G. Williams of
-ftacy, Calif., and Harold Wkyne
Williams of Brunswick, Ga.; three
daughters, Sonya W. Anderson of
Ash, Betty W. Smith of Greensboro
and Linda Faye Sims of Boooes
Miil V? a brother, the Rev. Ru
dolph Williams of Loris; a sister,
Annie Long of Conway, SC.; and
Funeral services were held May
28 at Community Baptist Church,
officiated by the Rev. Qance Har
dee. Burial followed in the Antioch
Memorials may be made to Mer
cy Hospice, P.O. Box 1409, Myrtle
iwiai ii( S.C 29378.
FELIX M. PELLOM
u Ptiw* n* H?c? >md
Leland, died May 26 at Ope Few
Memorial HospitaL Hie funeral was
held May 30 at Christim Hope
Christian Church, Leland, with burial
in Spring (keen Church Cemetery.
ROBOT WILSON WALLER JR.
Robert Wilson Waller Jr, 66, of
uuo Hone Dim, LuCkwuuu ruSy,
died May 28 at New Hanover
Regional Mrrtir al Center.
Mr. Waller was ban ia Lewis
burg, W. Vt, on Aug. 3, 1927, and
was the son of the late Robert Wil
son WUler Sc. and Mabie Conine
Wade. He was a US. Navy and U.S.
Air Force veteran. He wai a retired
air traffic controller.
He b survived by his wife, Betty
C Waller of the home; two sons,
Join Wade Waller of Gothenburg,
Md., and Jmes Wilson Waller of
Ashevflle; a daughter, CMatie Nae
her of Vienna, Vi.; and three grand
Presbyterian Church |
Or. Francis M. Wauacfc. Jr., MMslsr
Memorial wit? were to he
held tm, htm 1, at 11 ul
at Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Ser
vice Chapel, Supply, with the Rev.
Larry Knowles officiating
Burial waa to follow at a later dalr,
in Arlington National Cemetery.
Memorials may be mate to
Lower Cape Fear Hospice, P.O. Box
1926, Shallotte NC 28459.
Thrima Riddick Rountree, 77, of
^~r ?? ~ ? *' * ? m ? - #%n t . f
NtttTrHK. va., oaoa may jv in vmu
ll - - _ _ a a _ r> * ? nMI ,
rtosptiai. a native ov rcrquimans
County, the waa the widow of
Oilman Carter Rountree and daugh
ter of the late Alonza Mack Riddick
and Bern ie White Riddick. She was
preceded in death by a brother, Dan
Mrs. Rountree had retired aa a su
pervisor from Planters Life Savers
Co. She belonged to Eureka Baptist
Survivors include two daughters,
Jean R. Perry and Mary Ellen Brow
ning, both of Suffolk; a son, David
Clinton (D.C.) Rountree of Supply;
five sister*, two brothers and five
n i . .I HI nil II i4i ? ii
i ikfinrni mifn
The funeral was to be beld Wed
nesday, June 1, at 4 JO pjn. in Eur
eka Baptist Church, with burial to
follow in the church cemetery.
CLYDE C. KIMREY SR.
Clyde C Kimrey, Sr. of Wallace,
S.C, died May 27 in Chesterfield
Convalescent Center. He was 93.
The funeral waa May 29 at Oak
Grove United Methodist Church in
Wallace. Burial was in the church
He was a native of Marlboro
County, S.C, and a retired truck dri
ver, formerly employed by Saccony
Mills. Kimrey was a member of Oak
Grove United Methodist Church and
Cash Lite Hunting (Tnh
Survivors include his wife, Grace
W. Kimrey of Wallace; SOU. Clyde
C Kimrey Jr. of Wallace; three
daughters, Helen K. Edwards of
Southern Pines, Miriam "ftanie"
Poole of Cheraw, S.C, and Lois K.
Alexander of Bolivia; six grandchil
dren; and five great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to Oak
Grove United Methodist Chinch,
4039 Rooaeveh Ave., Wallace, S.C
Alexander "Ace" Astrab, 81, of
74th Street, Long Beach, died May
30 at Doaher Memorial Hospital.
Funeral services were held May
31 at Peaoock-Newnam Funeral
Chapel with the Rev. Fred Roberts
officiating Graveside services were
to be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday,
hM 1: st Richmond Manorial Park.
Mr. Aatrab was born Nov. 29.
1912, in Yonlcers, N.Y., a tea of the
tale Anthony and Anna Gubczyk
Astrab and moved to Loag Bock
from Prcfcikill, N.Y, 20 yeas ago.
He was a retired chemical operator
? Til. m " ?- f?M ?faaTii ? _ llf.
wnn Mcnc iXMportauOfi, a Ulc
tuetubei of VFW Port at Long
life nt the Fib
in PrHrdrill, N.Y, mi a
of Ooeaa View United
He was a U.S.
Aimy veteran of World Ww 0, hav
ing served three yean ia the Sooth
Survivors include his wife, Mary
a son. Alex Aatrab Jr. and wife
cy of Wilmington; and three _
daughters, Megan, Lindsay and
Caitlin Aatrab, all of Wilmington.
Memorial contributions may be
' i to Ocean View United Mrtho
"?? In j V? a 3:00 ajs.
Donald IL Safrit
Peoples Funeral Home
Invites you to listen to:
"Sharing God's Love'
Each Sunday Morning
From 9 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
on WTAB Radio AM 1370
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Hwy. 17 S., Stullotte 405 S. Memory St, Whitevilk
Service with Dependability. Distinction and Dignity
Feast Of Corpus Christi To Begin June 5
St. Brendan die Navigator's cele
bration of the Feast of Corpus
Cfariad wit! begin with solemn pro
cession st the conctasion of the
10:15 Mms on June 5.
Exposition will continue for ado
ration throughout the afternoon until
4 p.m., when a Holy Hour with
benediction, blessing snd reposition
will be celebrated. After the liturgy,
there will be a covered dish buffet.
At the Holy Week Chrism Mam,
oiauOp jlwjC pu OOsmobb 6SBm55S6m
that beginning on the Feast of
Coqns Christi 1994 through the
same feast day 1995, the Diocese of
Raleigh will celebrate the "Year of
the Eucharist.'* The pii|ntf of the
(mam 1 riidi f L! M|,|! ,.L|
year long ceieoraoon is io oignugnt
the importance of Euchsrist to our
Catholic identity and practices."*
Todd Is Guest
?-l_ ^inirimr aS mmS
week's guest pastor at Hoiden Beach
Chapel. He is a Presbyterian minis
Sunday School is st 10 ajn., with
morning worship at 11. A nursery is
The chapel is on Rothchild Street
across from the Hoiden Beach Tbwn
The Bolivia Fellowship Organiz
ation will celebrate its anniversary
on Sunday, June 5, at St. James
Missionary Baptist Church, Bolivia,
st S p.m.
UrarcDes involved are SL John
Missionary uturca. Pine
Grove Free WU1 Baptist, Friendship
Holiness, Rutland Chapel AME,
Zion Hill and St James Missionary
Music will be provided by a com
?-? ? ,-|L Tl /?%, w* . m
oidcu viKfff. t dc umsoan ??Kn ox
Shallottr will be apeeial musical
guests. The Rev. Wngkn Cherry,
president of the organifatton. will be
for the occasion.
Chris Stanley will share his per
sonal testimony in word and song
Sunday, June 5, at 7 pjn. at Fust
Baptist Church of Shallotte.
The Shallotte resident recovered
recently from a life-threatening con
'MA Mln A Tiimh.iIi '
jvkvkv #* oympnony
The Rev. Horace Hilton will
c. i ??? ?a -
yBBI UUIU WIUIUIHWB 1 t.i'lU, ?
sermon entitled "Make Us a
Symphony,** ihis Sunday, Juuc 5, m
mi lsuug rrcsoytcnan ldutcq.
Sunday School starts at 9:15 aa,
with worship services at 10:15.
May ffonors utonron
Ruby Blanton Day will be held
Sunday, June 5, during the 11 am
worship service at Fust Baptist
Church of Shallotte.
The progtatn will honor her for
years of service to God and to her
Anyone having mementoes or
memories they would like to share
with -Mrs. Ruby" is invited to at
UNC-TV Documentary Explores
Cape Fear River's Future, Issues
"River Ron: Down the Cape Fear
to Sea" wi!! be televised Mon
day, June 13, at 9 p.m. on UNC-Tel
television documentary dhc? a
the future of the Cape Fear River
imH Hi* human wvwMwir
It is named by UNCW Chan
cellor Dr. '*~* i >???? ?nH was
written by UNCW creative writing
proieaor Philip Gerard.
VACATION a |
BIBLE SCHOOL Jk
All Ages 1-100 Are _
Welcome & ^
Pnitfd Methodist Ctandi
CASUAL DISSS ? OB fS0Vtt*D
1300 SeaaMe M_SW (Hwy. 904)
1S72 ML Ptagah Rd. SW
The program examines the Cape
Fesr'f Knlnov, recreational possibil
ities, economic issues and more
while firing North Carolinians to
consider the river's relationship to
Channel for ocean-going freight
en, canoe trail and wilderness, the
Cape Fear River's 200 miles an
home to otters, alligators, juvenile
shrimp and crabs and endangered
species like the short -noaed stur
geon. Brown pelicans, ospreys and
bald eagles nest along its bank.
lend, said a^iiwi? William
Manning, and to lake part in a cov
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Li CHI UlSn ulfllrvl SliCi Wait! SB !5v s51""
A fiali fry Saturday. June 4, will
beaefit Emanuel Outreach Building
The event will take place from 11
un. until 3 p.m. at Capt Dailey's
Seafood in Longwood. For S3 .50
J ? . - ? ^ f , ? , ?
ill?? UM? yv* |M m VI M.CC
spots and/or chicken bog.
Revival services begun Sunday,
lune S, and continue through Satur
day, June 11, at Shallotte Pentecostal
Church on Bridger Road, Shallotte,
Pastor Curtis Coleman invites the
public to hear the Rev. Roland Pitt
man, guest speaker for the 7:30 pjn.
services. Speeds! aagiag is pissssd
A Hwy. 17 _ _
P.O. Box 2847
Like a good neighbor.
State Farm is there*
SUNDAY WOD6fflP ON THE BEACH
800 elul Coffee Fellowahip
830 a.m. InterDcnominationai Service
Ocean Ule Beach - 1 mile veal of pier ?Dri (brood Aoocm
Sponsored Jbjr jShaflotie Pnwbjrtem Church
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ui cmanv.qi.ik.. ? a/iv iuuii uu
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liOO Qjn. Worship (Scrvicc^Nuraciy Provided
South Brunswick Islands
Assembly of God
Family Life Month
Special emphasis will be given in the
month of June to the family and the issues
that face them.
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