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ANNIE JANE jOHNsOW LEWIS
Annie Jane Johnson Lewis, 84, of
Swrringiuii Avenue. Southport, died
June 1 at Dosher Memorial Hos
Funeral services were conducted
June 3 in the chapel of Southport
Baptist Church, with the Rev.
Wayne Trexler officiating. Burial
was in Northwood Cemetery. South
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Mrs. Lewis was bom Jan. 26.
1910, in Brunswick County, a
daughter of the late James Wesley
and lizzie Hewett Johnson and
lived in Southport her whole life.
Survivors include five daughters,
Annie Dosher of Swansboro. Bev -
erly Gatlin of Seminole. Fla.. Marie
Strickland of Leland. Ethel Jones of
Richland and Betty Potter of
Southport; a brother. John Henry
Johnson of Southport; three sisters.
Addie Johnson. Emma Tharp and
Marv Johnson, all of Southport; 10
grandchildren and four great-grand
Oregon Moreno. 31. of Supply
died Mav 29. The funeral was held
June 1 in Riley-Sellers Cemetery.
JANE H. BRIGMAN
Jane L Hawkins Brigman of Live
Oak Drive, Leland, died June 1 at
home. The funeral was held June 6
at Andrews Mortuary, Wilmington.
Burial was in Grcenlawn Memorial
GLADYS DANN BOW EN
Gladys Dann Bowen. 70, of
Calabash Drive. Carolina Shores,
died June 2 at The Brunswick
She -'** born in Washington,
D.C., June 16, 1923. the daughter of
the late Wallace Dann and the late
Gladys Snyder Heam. She was a
homemakcr, former president of the
Carolina Shores Women's Golf
Association and the Carolina Shores
Ouilters Guild, and attended St.
Stephen's Episcopal Church.
Surviving are her husband,
George L Bowen of Calabash; three
sons. George L (Roy) Bowen III of
Atlanta, Ga.; Peter L Bowen of
Cincinnati, Ohio, and Timothy H.
Bowen of Seattle. Wash.; a daughter
Wendy E. Crocus of Chicago. IU.; a
hrr-Aer, Wallace Dann of Balliinoie,
Md., a stepbrother, Clem H. Dann of
San Diego, Calif.; and seven grand
Funeral services were held June 4
at McMillan-Small Funeral Home.
Myrtle Beach, with the Rev. Preston
Huntley Jr. officiating. Burial was
June 6 at Druid Ridge Cemetery in
The family request memorials be
made to the American Cancer
Societv. P.O. Box 327. Myrtle Beach
SC 291577 or St. Stephen's Episcopal
Church, P.O Box 537, North Myrtle
Beach SC 29597.
rufus delenson capps jr.
Rufus Delenson Capps Jr., 75, of
507 East 15th St, Lumberton, died
June 5 at Southeastern Regional
He was the son of Rufus D. Sr.
and Leddic Lamb Capps. For many
years he operated Capps Exxon in
Lumberton. He was a U-S. Army
veteran, having served in World War
II. He owned a vacation home in
UTOD METHODIST CHURCH
would like to welcome you to our...
Sunday School 10:00 AM
Worship Service 1 1:00 AM
Sundaiy Evening 6:00 PM
Wed. Bible Study 7:00 PM
Come and worship the Lord with us.
Rev. Robert Tllley
Village Point Rd.-ShailoUe Point
Brunswick County and had many
Funeral services were held June 7
at the Gardens of Faith Cemetery
with the Rev. Jon Whisnand officiat
Survivors include a brother,
Robert N. Capps of Statesville; a
sister. Gaynelle Capps of Lum
berton; three grandchildren and a
LILLY RICHARDSON 2ROWN
Lilly Richardson Brown of
Lanvale Road. Leland, died June 4
at Pinnacle Care Center. The funeral
was held June 6 at Andrews Mor
tuary Market Street Chapel in Wilm
ington. Burial was in Greeniawn
Mrs. Brown was born in Marion
County. S.C., on Jan. 14. 1923, the
daughter of the late Thomas Jeffer
son and Addie Tindal Richardson
and was preceded in death by her
husband. Marvin D. Brown.
Surviving are five daughters,
Grace Liberman of Wilmington.
Barbara Mintz of Carolina Beach,
Jean Scoggins and Juanita Benton,
both of Leland, and Irene Brock of
Castle Hayne; two sons, Jerry
Brown of Castle Hayne and Ralph
Brown of Rocky Point; four sisters,
Dorothy Coleman of Wilmington,
Reba Goodyear of Myrtle Beach.
S.C. Rosalee Altman of George
own, S.C., and Norma Jean Owens
of Dillon, S.C.; a brother, Billy
Richardson of Britton's Neck, S.C.;
18 grandchildren and 18 great
V.W. Herlivich of Wilmington
died June S.
He was born March 27, 1918, in
Hamburg. Arkansas. His early years
were spent in Arkansas and Louis
iana. He was a veteran of World War
II, serving both in the U.S. and in
the Pacific Theater.
He attended colleges in Arkansas
and Louisiana and was a graduate of
N.C. State University School cf
Forestry. He was employed by the
N.C. Forest Service as the district
forester in northeastern North
Carolina for four years. In 1952, he
moved to Wilmington, where he es
tablished a consulting forestry busi
ness covering the southeastern part
of ibc stare.
He was active in the development
of several residential subdivisions
and Clairmont Shopping Center on
his land holdings in the Leland area.
He donated land for North
Brunswick High School, established
the V.W. Herlevich Endowment
Scholarship Fund in the field of
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taught part-time for several years at
He was a iwmlwr nf St_ A
Covenant Presbyterian Church, sev
eral professional organizations and
the Cape Fear Country Club.
He is survived by his wife,
Camilla Griffin Herlevich of the
home; two daughters, Camilla M.
Herlevich and husband James T.
Brier of Wilmington and Ann H.
Brennan and husband Kevin
Brennan of Louisville, Colo.; five
grandchildren; two sisters; and sev
eral nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held June 7
in St Andrews Covenant Presby
Wonhip Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Staallotle Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
Coastal Carolina Bible College
June 14. 6:00 PM
7455 Main Street, ShaMotte, NC, Eastskte Fellowship
8 courses to be taught
?Covenant 3 hrs ?Faith 3 hrs.
*Eschatotogy 3 hrs 'Analysis o? Roman# 3 hrs.
?Old Tastamant Prophacy 3 hrs. 'Taeching Tachniquaa 3 hrs.
?CrMs CounsaUng 3 hrs. *SpMualWarfara 3 hrs.
Reasonable Tuition ? Flexible Hours ? FuBy Accredited
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terian Church by Dr. Robert F.
Bardin. Dr. Edward G. COnnette anH
Dr. Eric Lobe. Burial was in
Memorial donations may be made
to the Duke University Medical
Center, Durham NC 27710.
JAMES WALLACE MONROE
James Wallace Monroe, 67, of
Longwood died June 1 at New
Hanover Regional Medical Center.
The fuBuii was iicia June o at
Mount Zion Missionary Baptist
Church, with burial in the church
OTOE CLIFTON RAY
Ottie Elizabeth Clifton Ray, wid
ow of Dennis James Tedder and
Manlcv Wescott Ray, died June 2 in
New Hanover Regional Medical
She was born in Brunswick
County on Feb. 3, 1918, to the late
William and Carrie Sasser Clifton.
She was preceded in death by a
daughter. Bonnie T. Ward.
Surviving are a son, Gennis R.
Tedder Sr. and wife Lisa of Lake
Waccamaw; a brother, Walter Clif
ton of Virginia Beach, Va ; two sis
ters. Gladys C Fisher and I la Bat
ten, both of Whiteville; ten grand
children and 1 1 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held June 5
at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church,
Supply, by the Rev. Thiette Rogers,
with burial in the Flynn Cemetery,
AR11NE YOPP BROWN
Arline Yopp Brown of Governors
Road. Winnabow, died June 6 in
Davis Health Care Center.
She was born in Wilmington on
Oct. 19, 1929, the daughter of the
late Andrew Thomas and Annie B.
Benton Yopp, and was preceded in
death by her husband, Frederick
Surviving are her daughter, Linda
Canada y of Wilmington; her son,
John Kenneth Von Cannon of LiUlc
Rock, Ark.; two grandchildren; two
sisters, Goldie N. Willis and Au
gusta Dawkins of Wilmington; and
two brothers, Joseph Thomas Yopp
and Harry C. Yopp of Wilmington.
Graveside services were to be
conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday,
June 8, in Greenlawn Memorial
Park by the Rev. Randall Smith. The
family was to be at the residence of
her daughter, Linda Canaday, 117
Robert Stephenson Drive, Wilming
MYRTLE FLOYD LIFE
Myrtle Floyd "Boots" Lipe, 62, of
East Oak Island Drive, Long Beach,
died June 6 at Dosher Memorial
riiuCau SCiYiCcS WC1C ill DC COI1
ducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 8,
at Peacock-Newnam Funeral Chapel
""ith the nCV. n'dJIIC i ICAICT Ullici
ating. Burial was to follow in
Mrs. Lipe was bom Aug. 9, 1931,
in South port, daughter of the late
John W. Floyd Sr. and Susie C
Toler Floyd. She was predeceased
by a son, Ralph Eugene Potter Jr.
and was widow of James A. Lipe.
Survivors include two daughters,
Susan Marie McClain of Long
Beach and Angela Ireland of South
port; a son, Thomas A. Potter of
Easley, S.C; four sisters, Sally Ann
Spivey of Archdale, Sylvia Brown
of Southpon, Margaret Ann Bunting
and Joan Lee Toler, both of South
port; two brothers, John W. Floyd Jr.
and William R. Toler, both of South
port; 11 grandchildren and one
Memorial contributions may be
made to the organization of the
United Methodist Church
9 00 AM CfcristSaa Educates Hour
9:30- 10:00 AM Fellowship Ttoe
CASUAL DRESS ? NURSERY PROVIDED
Pastor . The Rev. Jerry Loory
1300 Searide Rd. SWIHwy. 9041
Bibles ? Bulletins
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Main St.. ShaHotte
Long Bdl Rd., SoUhport, 487-4965 I
"WITNESS " is (from left) Larry McElreatk, Mary Leapart, Brian Barefoot, Giles Blankenship, Wayne
Wilson, Jennifer Sellers, Jennifer Brown, KeUee Boyd, Shannon AUen, Nikki Elmore. Lee Zeigler and
Laura Baumer. The grnun ui II he at Supply Baptist Church Saturday, June IS.
'Witness' To Present Concert June 18
Witness, a Christian touring group of 12 young men
and women, will present a concert of music, drama and
testimonies, on Saturday, June 18, a! 7 p.m. at Supply
The concert is sponsored by the Brunswick Baptist
Association's Youth Ministry Council. Admission is
The concert is the first of some 45 performances the
college-age group will be putting on throughout the state
this summer. "Witness provides lots of excitement for
vouno nrnnlr Ky charing the gespe! is a positive way,"
said Billy Gilbert, president of the Youth Ministry
Council. "They will perform new, upbeat, youth-orient
ed musical arrangements as well as traditional Christian
The group will also be performing contemporary
gospel music, gospel classics, southern gospel and old
fashioned gospel tunes. There will be dramas and testi
monies given also.
"The young people who make up 'Witness' give up
their summer vacations to perform and share the gospel
with youth all over North Carolina," added Gilbert.
"Witness is sponsored by the Personal Evangelism
Department of the N.C Baptist State Convention in
Supply Baptist Church is on U.S. 17 approximately
X mile north of the N.C 211 intersection. For more in
formation call 754-7979 or 253-5879.
(THMRCH ACTIVITIES ?
Registration Set For Bible College
Registration for eight courses to
be taught at Coastal Carolina Bible
College will be held at 6 p.m. Tues
day, June 14 at Easts ide Fellowship
on Main St in Shallotte.
Courses are Covenant, Eschaiol
ogy. Old Testament Prophecy, Crisis
Counseling, Faith, Analysis of Rom
VBS Begins June 13
Shell Point Baptist Church will
bold Vacation Bible School for stu
dents June 13 through 17 from 6:30
p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Bible study, crafts, games and re
freshments are planned.
The church is on Sheti Point Road
off Holden Beach Road (N.C 130
Evangelist Lonnie Holley of
Southport will be the guest speaker
at Holy Light Pentecostal Church
Sunday, June 12, at 6 p.m.
The church is located on Big
Neck Road between Ash and Exum.
Special singing is planned.
Calvary Baptist Church will hold
Vacation Bible School June 12
through 17 at 7 p.m.
Classes for preschoolers through
adults will be available, with a nurs
ery provided. For more information,
contact the church at 754-942 5.
Calvary Baptist is located on N.C
179 in Shallotte.
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All Ages 1-100 Are
8M PI Rd>
Sabbath Home VBS
Sabbath Home Baptist Church
will bold Vacation Bible School
June 20-24 from 6:30 until g;3Q
p.m. nightly at the church at 990
Sabbath Home Road, Hukien Beach.
For more information, call 842
Norris To Speak
Guest speaker for the June meet
ing of the Shallottc Women's Aglow
Fellowship will be Pearl Norris of
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Brooks and Sheila Ward with
Michelle Page from Eastside Fell
owship will present a children's
puppet show. Children 3 and un an?
A free hot dog lunch will be
Sunday Worship Sarvic*
Church School For All Aosa
Sunset Beach Pier 8 am
Old Georgetown Road
Dr. Francis M. Womack. Jr.. Mintoer
Nureary Provided ? Casual Dreee
served after the meeting.
The meeting will take place Sat.,
June 11, at 10 a.m. at the Shalkitte
Senior Center on Main Street
Custer Is Guest
Dr. Maroiti Custer of Fruitlaod
Park, Fla., is pastor of the week at
Hokien Beach Chapel. He is a Naz
Sunday school begins at 10 ajn^
with morning worship at 11.
Services in the chapel are interde
nominational. The chapel is on
Rothschild Street across from H ol
den Beach Town Hall.
Techniques and Spiritual Warfare.
M Aqm Sunday SchooMOAO am
Singh and SinQb Again-1ft00 am
Womhip and Communion-I 1 .-CO am
Sunday Evaning Wo?Np-7:00 pm
Wadnasday Evening Wor*hip-7r00 pm
casual draaa ? nuraary provided
Prayer is the language
Larry Knowtet, Pastor
1672 Mt Pisgah Rd. SW
(SUNDAY WORSHIP ON THE BEACH
800 a.m. CofFcc Fellowship
8:30 a.m. Inter-Denominational <Scrvicc
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