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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, August 11, 1994, Page PAGE 8-A, Image 8

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MYRON LAMONT BALLARD Myron Lamonl Ballard, 21, of Blue Banks Loop Road, Northwest community, died Aug. 2 at North Carolina Memorial Hospital. The fu neral was held Aug. 6 at Crystal Springs Baptist Church, with burial in Skipper Hill Cemetery. HUGH LIONEL MURDOCK JR. Hugh Lionel Murdock Jr., 60, of Redwood Drive, Boiling Spring Lakes, died Aug. 2 at Dosher Mem orial Hospital. Funeral services were conducted Aug. 6 at Peacock Newnam Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Bob Fogner officiating. Inter ment with military rites followed in Fores! Lawn Cemetery. Bolivia. Mr. Murdock was born Aug. 5, 1933, in Carteret County, a son of the late Hugh Lionel and Lillian Hazel McCabe Murdoch and moved to Boiling Spring Lakes from Wilmington 20 years ago. He was a retired master sergeant with the U.S. Air Force and was em ployed with Military Ocean Term inal Sunnv Point. He was a member of VFW Post 10400 in Boiling Spring Lakes, the American Legion and Swansboro Moose l>odge. Survivors include his wife, Carrie Johnson Murdock of the home; three sons. Randy Murdock of Linden. Tenn.. and Marvin and Jeff Mur dock. both of Hohenwald, Tenn.; five daughters. Eleanor O'Quin of Hohenwald, Tenn., Doris Hooten, Sylvia Morin and Marilyn Stevens, all of Boiling Spring Lakes; and Billie Phillips of Conway, S.C.; a brother. John E. Murdoch of Wilmington; five sisters, Mary Harrell of Newport, Rachal Camp bell of Cupertino. Calif., Ruth Bridgers of Clinton, Md., Alberta Stienback of Charlotte Hall, Md.. and Jo Crooks of Mt. Prospect, 111.; 21 grandchildren and 8 great-grand children. Memorial contributions may be made to Lower Cape Fear Hospice, P.O. Bo* 1926. Shallotte NC 28459 HAZEL N. SIMMONS Hazel N. Simmons, 75, of Myrtle Head Road, Ash, died Aug. 2 at Autumn Care Nursing Center. She was bom in Columbus County on June 19, 1919, and was the daughter of the late John and Armenia Ezzell Chappell. She was a member of Myrtle Head Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband. T.C. Simmons of the home; a son. John Martin Simmons of Augusta, A CAMP V United Methodist Church 9 AM Worship Service 10 AM Sunday School (?U ages) 11 AM Worship Service Carnal Drew Nunery Provided Rev. George D. Speake, Minister 7544840 4807 Main St., Downtown Shallotte "See me for all your family insurance needs" CALL ME D WIGHT FLANAGAN 754-9923 501 1 Nortfiside Or & Hwy 17 Bypass P 0 Box 2647 ShaKXte NC 28459 Like a good netghbor, State Farm is there 1 Slate F?rm insurance Co?noanie? MomeOWK^s Bfcxmingior IlkrKM Ga-; ^ Mothers. Jack (tapped of Ash and Lynwood Chappell of Wilmington; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Aug 5 at New Britton Baptist Church with the Rev William L Chappell offici ating. Burial was in the church cemeterv. ADA NEWTON STANCIL Ada Newton Standi of Gillette ~nve, Wilmington, died Aug. 6 in New Hanover Regional Medical Center. She was hom in Southport on PT iT1lI9(W' ,hc dau8h,er of ihe late Robert S. and Eva Doshcr New ton. She was preceded in death by her husband. William Caswell Stan Mrs. Stancil was a member of Wesley Memorial United Methodist C nurch. Surviving are a daughter. Barbara S. Meyer of Jacksonville. Ra.; a son. W. Dan Stancil of Raleigh; ten grand children; nine great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandson; and a sister Evelyn Tienken of Wilmington. Graveside services were conduct - Aug. 9 in Oakdalc Cemetery by (he Rev. Charlie Hause. ROBERT NEAL CLEVENGER Robert Neal Clevenger. 86. of Noith Atlantic Avenue. Southport died Aug. 6 at Dosher Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held Aug 9 at Southport Baptist Church, where he was a member and lifetime dea con. with the Rev. Wayne Trexler officiating. Burial was in North wood Cemetery. ioi?r ?a5vcngcr wa* bom May 18. 1908, in Omck, Missouri, son of the late Albert and Montana Belle Iumer Clevenger. He was a US Navy veteran of World War II and retired as chief of police of Sunny Point He formerly taught Sunday school at Southport Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife of 49 years Loretta Gollette Clevenger of the home; two sons, Robert N. Clevenger Jr. and wife Dorothy of a"d Charles T. Clevenger and wife Bonnie of Southport; a sis ter. Naomi Parman of Excelsior apnngs, Missouri; and two grand children, Scotty and Erin Clevenger of Garner. He was predeceased by his sister. Icel Mills, and his brother. J.T Clevenger, both of Orrick, Mo. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association. 1660 Duke St., Alexan dria, Va.. or Southport Baptist Church Building Fund. MICHEAL J. MITCHELL Micheal J. Mitchell of Port Royal Road. Riegelwood, died Aug. 2 at I he Brunswick Hospital. Supply. The funeral was held Aug. 5 at Spring Green Baptist Church with 52P?' ? ,he church cemetery. CHARLIE MORGAN ANDERSON Charlie Morgan Anderson, 80. of Snowfield I Road. Leland, died Aug. ln Ncw Hanover Regional Medical I A CHURCH SUPPLIES for teachers, secretaries ? 4 ministers' Hawick buSneS serJice I 4617 Mam St.. SftaMowe ? 754-8300 Calabash Presbyterian Church Sunday Worship Service 9:30 AM Church School For All Ages 10:45 Beach Service Sunset Beach Pier 8 am Old Georgetown Road (910)579-7356 Dr Francis M Womack. Jr., Minister Nursery Provided ? Casual Dress i f?i| Seaside United Methodist Church 800 AM Worship Servlc t 9:00 AM Christian Education Hour 9 30- lOtf) AM Fellowship Ttof 10:00 AM Worship Servw CASUAL DRESS ? NURSERY PROVIDED Pastor The Rev Jerry Ur? ry 579-5753 1300 Seaside Rd SW iHwy 9041 Sunset Beach You Should HEAR What You've Been Missinq! ??ncmvrm DO SOMETHING ABOUT HEARING LOSS Come to.. Coastal Drugs Main St.. Shatotte ** I Margaret D. Ka?y |phon?-7W-0476 SECOND FRIDAY EACH MONTH Mini? ?rtU.WIMtelWI AtfttMIBCBTD ? 1 GaUa ft -? ^705 ^ { Sales & Service i Wrightsvtlle Ave Wilmington NC 28403 I Center. He was horn in Columbus County Aug. 6. 1913, to the late John Thomas and Sallie Batten Anderson. He was a member of Zion United Methodist Church and retired from U.S. Maritime Commission after 32 years. Survivors include his wife of 61 years. Alma Ward Anderson of the home: four daughters. Doris Rabon and husband Wilbur E. of Lcland. Shirley Frazicr and husband Ralph E. ot Winnabow, Sally Skipper and husband Arthur of Yaupon Beach and Charlene Huffstetler and hus band Dan of Charlotte; seven grand children and nine great-grandchil dren. Funeral services were held Aug. 6 in Zion United Methodist Church with the Rev. Billy Peele officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Memorials may be made to Zion United Methodist Church. RUBIN A. ROBINSON Rubin A. Robinson. 84. of Cedar Grove Road. Supply, died Aug. 5 at The Brunswick Hospital. He was born in Marianna. Ha., on Sept. 22. 1<*)9. to the late Lizzie and Amos Robinson. Funeral services were to be held Aug. 10 at noon at the First Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church in Springfield, Fla. Mr. Robinson is survived by three sons, Ronnie Robinson and wife Sandra of Supply, Michael Robinson and wife Karen of West Palm Beach. Fla., and John D. Hawthorne and wife Rosa of Abbeville, Ala.; two daughters, Gwendolyn Grinnon and husband Roy of West Palm Beach. Fla.. and Maggie L. Robin son of Alexandria, Va.; 21 grand children. 14 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great grandchildren. ORBIE R. SELLERS Orbie R. Sellers. 86, of Ocean Highway, Supply, died Aug. 7 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Mr. Sellers was born in Bruns wick County on July 28, 1909, and was the son of the late Ray and Annie Phelps Sellers. He was a member of Supply Baptist Church. He is survived by two stepsons, Arthur R. Jackson of Charleston, S.C., and Carl P. Jackson of Supply; six stepdaughters, Annie Lou Jack son, Elizabeth Prince, Irene Schra der and Carolyn Crenshaw, all of Wilmington, Dora Jackson of Che rry Hill, N.J., and Marie Walters of Fairmont; a nephew, Bennie Varnam of Port Allen. La.; a niece, Marjorie Vamam Bolone of New Bern; a sis ter, Naomi Babson of Southport; and numerous step-grandchildren. Funeral services were to be held Aug. 10 at 2 p.m. at Coble Ward Smith Funeral Service, Supply Chapel, with the Rev. Leo Cannon officiating. Burial was to follow in the Galloway Cemetery. 'St. Luke> Lutheran Church Worship Service Sunday, KMX) A.M. Sunday School at 9:00 a.m. Meeting In Shallotle Middle School 754-7816 Pastor Donald R. Safrit (C asual Dress) In fellowship with First Baptist Church of Calabash *=* Celestial Christian Assembly Church invites you <o worship the I-ord with us each Sunday. 10 AM with REV. L. FVANS and at 12:30 PM with REV. W. BR0UGHT0N Prayer and Family Worship Tues and Thurs. at 7:30 PM Cal ab ash/Thorn as boro Rd across From Sheila's Restaurant AUG. 28 IN WILMINGTON Hospice Planning Gospel Fesf To Raise Funds , Awareness Lower Cape Fear Hospice will host a gospel festival Aug. 28 at 4 p.m. at Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church, 2929 Princess Place Drive, Wilmington. The festival will showcase vari ous styles of gospel music and will have a choir or gospel group repre senting each of the counties current ly being served by Lower Cape Fear Hospice. The Jinwright Family of Supply will represent Brunswick. The purpose of the festival is to raise money for hospice care and to raise community awareness, particu larly in the African-American com munity. Lower Cape Fear Hospice espe cially needs more volunteers from the African-American community, said organization spokesman De borah M. Jones. Lower Cape Fear Hospice volun teers must complete a 16-hour vol unteer training program designed to provide knowledge about the philos ophy and practices of the hospice program before certificates are be awarded and interviews held to de termine where the newly trained volunteer can be most effective. The training is free. "There are many people in the Shallottc and surrounding areas that could benefit from the services of Lower Cape Fear Hospice, but un fortunately are aware of the services or misinformed," Jones said. "We CERTIFIED WRSING ASSISTANT Elizabeth Hayes of Lower Cape Fear Hospice demonstrates Hospice care. arc committed to increasing the awareness and involvement of all communities." Jones said the organization hopes the gospel festival will reach more African-Americans in a "comfort able and familiar" setting. Lower Cape Fear Hospice is a not-for-profit agency which pro vides a medically-directed program of comfort care for patients with limited life expectancies. Focusing on the physical, psychological, so cial and spiritual needs of the pa tients and their families, the program is designed to improve the quality of life during illness, death and be reavement. For more information about the festival or becoming a volunteer, call Susan Ritz, community relations specialist for Brunswick County, at 754-5356. CHURCH ACTIVITIES A/It. Zion To Celebrate Pastor's 30 Anniversary The 30th pastoral anniversary of the Rev. Moses C. Herring will be celebrated Aug. 14 at Ml. Zion Mis sionary Baptist Church, Longwood. The Rev. Jimmy Brockington and the Marion Baptist Church of Sail ers, C.S., will be guests. Herring became pastor in 1964, the youngest in the church's history. Dinner in the fellowship hall will follow the 11 a.m. service. The af ternoon service will begin at 3. A pre-anniversary fellowship dinner with the pastor is planned for Friday, Aug. 12, at 7:30 p.m. at Bennett's Restaurant in Calabash. Sullivan To Speak Randy Sullivan, principal of Community Chapel School, will speak at the Aug. 12 meeting of the Full Gospel Business Men's Fellow ship International, Brunswick County chapter. The chapter meets on the second Friday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Shallotte Senior Citizens Center. New members and visitors, women L VILLAGE POINT " UNITED METHODIST CHURCH would like to welcome you to our... Sunday School 10:00 AM Worship Service 1 1 :00 AM Sunday Evening 6:00 PM Wed. Bible Study 7:00 PM Come and worship the Lord with us. Rev. Robert TUley Village Point Rd.-ShaltoUe Point Brunswick Islands Baptist Church Al Ages Sunday Schoot-9:45 am Single and Singh Again- 10:00 am Worjhip and Communwn-1 1:00 ?m Sunday Evtning Wonfnp-7:00 pm Wednesday Evening WorsNp-7 00 pm casual dress ? nursery provided Prayer is the language spoken here Larry Knowles, Pastor 1672 Ml Pisgah Rd. SW HokJen Beach 842-8969 - V^.v>% .v * .*>? The Jhmily of ( Paul S. Scott wishes to thank everyone for the flowers, food, donations and all kindnesses shown them during our time of bereavement. Doris , Kathy and Paul Jr. ?/ /y*/ -iv 4/ 4yf< ^ ?\-V #\ V ?\Af 'ivV ?\*f/ *v *- />>! and men, arc welcome. Mc Innts To Speak The Rev. David Mclnnis will be guest speaker this Sunday, Aug. 14, at the Oak Island Presbyterian Church. Sunday school starts at 9:15 a.m., with worship services at 10:15. Golf Ministry Member churches of the Bruns wick Baptist Association plan to reach out to golfers. A golf course ministry clinic at the association's Resource Center near Bolivia Tuesday, Aug. 23, at 7 p.m. will help prepare golfers for this personal witnessing opportunity. The program is an expansion of the association's existing resort min istry, which includes outreach to area campgrounds and local beach es. Ricker At Chapel The Rev. Pat Ricker is the pastor of the week at the Holden Beach Chapel. A United Methodist minister from Hagerstown, Md., he will lead the 11 a.m. worship service Sunday at the nondenominationai chapel on Rothschild Street. A nursery is provided and Sunday school begins at 10 a.m. North Carolina State Grange and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina are names you can trust Send us this coupon, and our agent wiN contact you about special programs for Grange Members.* ? Individual ? Family N*me Address _ City SUM -*P Telephone ^?9 Mail to: Coastal Insurance & Realty P.O. Bok 1238 Staflotta. NC 28458 754-4328 'Nonmembers may appty by making appkcation tor membership. ? ItM MmO* * S??*ta ol North C*rolMk* J c!?eoples 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 WTAB Radio AM 1370 United Family Life Insurance Pre-need, Life, Disability 754-6242, 754-6244 1-910-642-4055 Hwy. 17 S., Shallotte 405 S. Memory St., Whiteville Service with Dependability. Distinction and Dignity I

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