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Deaths And Funerals
CALUE K1RBY DAWSON
Callie Kirby Dawson, 81, of Gal
Var Road, Varnamtown, died Sept.
19 at The Brunswick Hospital.
Mrs. Dawson was bom in Bruns
wick County on July 6, 1913, and
was the daughter of the late Lee and
Caldonia Robinson Kirby She was a
member of Dixon Chape! United
She is survived by a son, John
David Dawson Jr. and wife Mary of
Varnamtown; a sister, Clementine
Vamum of Varnamtown; two grand
children, John David Dawson 111 of
Varnamtown and Mary Graham of
Ash; and one great-grandchild, Kait
lyn Nicole Graham.
Funeral services were held Sept.
22 at Dixon Chapel United Metho
dist Church with the Rev. Robert
Tilley and the Rev. Trade Varnum
officiating. Burial was in the church
EMMA CHRISTINE HALL
Emma Christine Hall, infant
daughter of Reginald Berry, and
Regina Michelle Henderson Hall of
Wilmington, was bom and died
Sept. 19 at New Hanover Regional
Surviving in addition to her par
ents are a sister, Alexa Hall of the
home; her paternal grandparents.
Priscilla Hall of Leland and Ray
mond Hall of Wilmington; and her
maternal grandparents, Thomas and
Wanda Dennis of Rocky Point. The
family belongs to Leland Baptist
Graveside services were held
Sept. 25 in the Dennis Family
r? D/xfkv Point with the
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Rev Billy Buchanan officiating.
HAROLD GENE GALLOWAY
Harold Gene Galloway, 53, of
Varnumtown Road, died Sept. 22 at
Dosher Memorial Hospital.
He was bom in Brunswick
County on Aug. 29, 1941, and was
the son of the late John Wesley and
Stella McCall Galloway. He was a
membci of New Life Assembly
He is survived by two brothers,
Charles T. Galloway of Supply and
James A. Galloway of Parkton;
three sisters, Marie G. Hewett and
Connie G. Chestnut, both of Supply,
and Pat Galloway of Greenville.
Funeral services were held Sept.
25 at New Life Assembly Church
with the Rev. Bobby Norton officiat
ing. Burial was in the church ceme
JAMES WIL1ARI) OSBORNE
James Willard Osborne of Bay
Tree Court, Ocean Isle Beach, died
Sept. 26 in New Hanover Regional
Bom in Greasy Creek, Ky., on
Sept. 1, 1926, he was the son of
Lillian McCowan Osborne of Ocean
Isle Beach and the late William
Henderson Osborne. He was a re
tired automobile dealer and a U.S.
Army veteran and was active in the
Survivors in addition to his moth
er are his wife, Laurel Jean S. Os
borne; a daughter, Leslie O. Gregory
of Ocean Isle Beach, and two grand
Memorial services were to be
conducted at 8 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 28, in the Chapel of Brunswick
Funeral Service by the Rev. Herman
VINCENT JOSEPH MISITA
Vincent Joseph Misita, 86, of
Vereen Circle, Little River, S.C.,
died Sept. 26 in Grand Strand
Regional Medical Center.
Bom in New York on Jan. 21,
1908, he was a son of the late
Lorenzo and Serafina Gianbrone
Misita. He was retired from the
Duracel Battery Co. and was an
honorary lifetime member, Knights
for teachers, secretaries.
treasurers & ministers
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Worship Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School al 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallotte Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
(Casual Dress) .
Afl Ages Sunday Schoot-9 45 am
Single and Single Again-10:00 am
Worship and Communion- 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Wcrehip-7:00 pm
Wednesday Evening Worahip-7:00 pm
casual dress ? nursery provided
Prayer is the language
Larry Knowies, Pastor
1672 Mt. Pisgah Rd. SW
of Columbus, St. Elmo Council 318,
Terry town, N.Y.
Survivors include his wife. Rose
Mary Mco Misita of the home, three
daughters, Serafina Accardi of Little
River, Phyllis Dami of St. Albans,
Maine, and Rose Marie Beyer of
Tanytown, N.Y.; a sister, Mary M.
x anno ?jf Long Is! and, N Y.: three
brothers, Dominick Misita of Long
Island. Anthony Misita and Thomas
Misita, both of Elmont, N.Y.; four
grandchildren and six great-grand
A funeral mass will be conducted
at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 30, in the
Chapel of Brunswick Funeral
Service by Father Francis Maloney.
Inurnment will be in the Brunswick
Memorial Gardens Columbarium.
The family will receive friends
from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, at
the funeral home with a prayer ser
vice at 8 p.m.
Memorials may be made to St.
Brcndans Catholic Church Building
Fund. P.O. Box 911, Shallotte NC
ALLENE LONG McCUMBEE
Allene Long McCumbee, 85, of
Route 1, Ash, died Sept. 26 in The
She was a member of Longwood
Baptist Church for more than 50
years and was known for her yard
and gardening skills and her ability
to cook collards.
Surviving are three daughters,
Ernestine Smith and Lucille Gore,
both of Nakina, and Carolyn
Harrison of Longwood; two broth
ers, Herman Long of Longwood and
Berne!! Long of Hamlet; seven
grandchildren and four great-grand
The funeral was to be conducted
at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, in
Longwood Baptist Church by the
Rev. Garland Long, the Rev. Jimmy
Cain and the Rev. Donald Hardwick.
Burial was to be in the church ceme
Caroline Isabelle Simmons Ver
een, 89, died Sept. 27 at Columbus
She was the daughter of the late
Bishop Simmons and Caroline
Evans. She was a member of New
Life Baptist Church.
Survivors include a daughter,
Minnie V. Gore of Whiteville; three
sisters, Flossie Inman of Ash, Vickie
S. Roscnbaum of Florida and Lina
Millican of Whiteville; two grand
sons and six great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, Sept. 29, at 2 p.m. at
McKenzie Mortuary Chapel with
Dan Gore officiating. Burial will
follow in the New Life Baptist
Church Cemetery at Exum.
Visitation was scheduled for
Wednesday, Sept. 28, from 7-9 p.m.
at McKenzie Mortuary.
KATHLEEN HIGH MOORE
Kathleen High Moore, 75, of
Beach Drive, Calabash, died Sept.
27 at her home. Born in Horry
County, S.C., on Jan. 8, 1919, she
was a daughter of the late Joseph
and Amanda Hewett High. Mrs.
Moore was preceded in death by her
husband, Richard Moore, and her
son Steve Moore.
She was owner of Moore's
Grocery of Calabash and was a dis
patcher with the Calabash Volunteer
Rescue Squad for many years and
was a charter member of the
Calabash ABC Board.
Survivors include her daughter,
Suzy M. King, and husband Forrest;
a sister, Ruth H. Beck; and three
grandchildren, all of Calabash.
Sunday Worship Service
Church School For All Ages
Old Georgetown Road
Dr. Francis M. Womack, Jr., Minister
Nursery Provided ? Casual Dress
Graveside services will be con
ducted at 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept.
29, in Southeastern Memorial
Gardens, Myrtle Beach, S.C., with
the Rev. Dan Norman officiating.
The family was to receive friends
from 6 until 8 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 28, at Brunswick Funeral
In lieu of flowers, memorials may
be made to the American Cancer
Society, P.O. Box 4890, Wilmington
NC 28406, or to Calabash EMS,
PO. Box 4711, Calabash NC 28467.
L.B. Winston, 70, of Little River,
S.C., died Sept. 22 at McLeod
Regional Medical Center following
He was born in the Cedar Branch
section of Horcy County on April
18, 1924, a son of Leather Winston
and the late John Winston. He at
tended Horry County schools and
was a member of Cedar Branch
Missionary Baptist Church. He was
a member of Masonic Lodge 333
and the Royal Courts of King
Survivors include his mother, of
Durham; his wife. Bertha Gore
Winston; three daughters, Helen W.
Oakley of North Myrtle Beach,
Shirley Mae Bellamy of Loris and
Zeary Mae Gore of Tabor City, a
brother, Sam D. Winston of
Dui'.iam; eight grandchildren and
FAYE ROOKS MORTON
Faye Rooks Morton, 71, formerly
of Rock Hill, S C., passed away
Scot. 25 in Shallotte.
Funeral services were to be con
ducted Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 2
p m. from the Ebenezer ARP
Church in Rock Hill, with the Rev.
Jack Basie and the Rev. Barcy Eller
officiating. Burial was to be in
Mrs. Morton was retiied from
Celanese She was a member of
Ebenezer ARP Church and of the
She was born in York County,
daughter of the late Frcll and Bertha
Survivors include a son, Jimmy
Morton of Jackson, Miss.; a sister,
Doris Stanton of Tucson, Ariz., a
brother, Frell R. Rooks of Rock Hill;
six grandchildren and two great
Eastern Star services were con
ducted Sept. 27 at Bass Funeral
Memorials may be made to Ebe
nezer ARP Church, 2132 Ebenezer
Road, Rock Hill SC 29732.
ORINE LEWIS PHILLIPS
Orine Lewis Phillips of Ocean
Highway, Leland, died Sept. 25 at
Cape Fear Memorial Hospital.
She was bom in Brunswick
County on Feb. 5, 1914, the daugh
ter of the late Frank M. and Hattie
Swain Lewis. She was a member of
Pine Valley Church of God.
Surviving are two sons, David
Phillips and Hugh Phillips, both of
Leland; a daughter, Joyce P. Henry
of South Carolina; four brothers,
Paul Lewis and Douglas Lewis, both
of Winnabow, Raymond Lewis of
Leland and Bryant Lewis of
Richlands; three sisters. Myrtle
Brown of Leland, Josie McBride of
Nashville and Arlene Lewis of
Florida; eight grandchildren and 11
Funeral services were held Sept.
27 at Pine Valley Church of God
with the Rev. Ron Dyson and the
Rev. C.R. Tedder officiating. Burial
was in Forest Lawn Cemetery.
United Methodist Church
8:00 AM Vtbrshlp Service
9:00 AM Christian Education Hour
9:30-10:00 AM Fellowship Time
10:00 AM Worship Service
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Pastor: The Rev. Jerry Lowry
1300 Seaside Rd. SW (Hwy. 904)
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THE INSPIRATIONS of Bryson City will appear Saturday in the Odell Williamson Auditorium.
Annual Gospel Concert Saturday
"The Inspirations" of Bryson City will appear local
ly on Saturday, Oct. 1, for the'r annual concert.
The singing begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Odcll Wil
liamson Auditorium on the campus of Brunswick Com
"Their unique style of Southern gospel music has
made them a favorite of gospel music fans in the South
east," said the Kev. Anthony Ciemmons. whose Guiding
Lights Quartet of Boliv ia will also appear also.
Guest master of ceremonies will be the Rev Ray
mond Faircloth of St. Pauls, former pastor of Harvest
Fellowship in Shallotte. ,
The Inspirations will sing new favorites ? including
Gospel Music Singing News Top 40 chart songs like
"Cry for the Childrrn " and "Thai's What I Hear " ? and
other past top-40 favorites.
Advance tickets arc $7 and may be purchased from
WVCB Radio in Shallotte. AW Clemmons, Anthony
Clemmons or any member of the Guiding Lights
Quartet Children 12 and younger will he admitted free.
Ode 1 1 Williamson Auditorium is on the Brunswick
Community College Campus, U.S. 17 Bypass between
Supply and Bolivia.
'Harvest And Holly' Bazaar AT Little River
Little River United Methodist
Church will hold its "Harvest and
Holly" Bazaar Friday and Saturday.
Oct. 7 and 8.
A wide range of handcrafted arti
cles will be displayed for sale, along
with Christmas decorations and
gifts, plants and home -baked goods,
said spokesman Mary Cobb. Food
will be available, as will a free nurs
ery for the convenience of shoppers.
An auction will be staged at 1 1 a.m.
Event hours 4 p.m. to 8 p.m Fri
day and 9 a m to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Little River UMC is on U.S. 17 at
the signal light in Little River, S C.
Holder At Chapel
The Rev. Fred C. Holder, a Pres
byterian minister from Montreal, is
the Holden Beach Chapel pastor of
He will lead the 11 a.m. worship
service Sun., Oct. 2, at the nondc
numinational chapel on Rothschild
A nursery is provided and Sunday
school classes for all ages are of
fered at 10 a.m.
The Rev. Michael Ward will
speak from the text of I Corinthians
11:23-29, a sermon entitled "Broken
Bread-Broken Body" this World
Communion Sunday, Oct. 2, at Oak
Island Presbyterian Church.
The sermon will explore how
Jesus came to heal the broken-heart
ed and how brokenness builds spiri
Sunday school starts at 9: IS a.m.,
HARRY S. DAVIS, SR.
Harry S. Davis, 93, of
ShaJlotte died Sept. 13 in The
Bom in Brunswick County, he
was a son of the late John and
Mary Powell Davis and was a
member of Sabbath Home
He was preceded in death by
his wife Annie L Davis, daugh
ter Lois Busche and step
daughter Ada Erline Atkinson.
Survivors include a son,
Harry S. Davis, Jr. of Supply; of
the home, his daughter
Jennette D. Moore, son-in-law
Jerry and great-grandson
Brent; 11 grandchildren, 16
nieces and nephews.
After retirement as a dredge
boat engineer, he held many
positions in his church and vol
untarily helped with the con
struction. He also did volunteer
and construction work on a
mission, now known as Bible
Baptist Church in Supply.
Visitation was Wednesday
night at the Brunswick Funeral
Home. Funeral was Thursday,
Sept. 15, at 2 p.m. at Sabbath
Home Baptist Church. Rev.
Wade Laughter, Rev. Norman
Qunther and Rev. Weston
Varnum officiated. Interment
was In the church cemetary.
Casketbearers were 3rent
Moore, Chester Moore, Raybon
Moore, James Caison, Eddie
Carroll and Tom Hewett, Jr.
with worship services and the sacra
mcnt of Holy Communion al 10:15.
' Street Of Shops' Is
Scheduled For Oct. 8
The women of four Southporl
community churches will hold their
second annual fall bazaar. "Street of
Shops," on Saturday. Oct. 8, from 9
a.m. until 3 p.m.
The event will take place in the
church hall of Sacred Heart Catholic
Church at N.C. 211 and Dosher Cut
Highlights will include holiday
gifts and decorations, arts and crafts,
wooden and stuffed toys, jewelry,
dried flower arrangements, bird
houses, baked goods, plants and
The sponsors are from Southporl
Presbyterian, St. Philip's Episcopal,
St. Peter's Lutheran and Sacred
Heart Catholic churches
Bethel United Methodist Church
of Bolivia will celebrate homecom
ing on Sunday. Oct. 2, with a wor
ship service at 11 a.m. led by the
Rev. Russell Knowles, pastor.
Dinner will follow at 12:30 p.m.,
followed by music and reminiscing.
The Rev. Landis Lancaster will be
guest speaker for Emmanuel Out
reach Center's revival services Oct.
On Saturday, Oct. 1, a Christian
drama, "At the Crossroads," will be
presented by the Stepp family. On
Sunday, Oct 2, al 6:30 there will be
a special singing service by Gild's
Lmmanuel Outreach Church is tin
RusMown Road in Longwood. For
information, call the Rev Lloyd
Ward at 579-6817.
Browns To Sing
The Browns, a family gospel
group from Wallace, will be singing
Saturday. Oct 1. starting at 7:30
p.m., at Oak Grove Baptist Church
oc Holdcn Beach Road.
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11 AM Worship Service
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