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Deaths And Funerals
R D. Cherry of Carolina Beach
Road, Wilmington, died Nov. 15 at
He was born in Shallotte on June
30, 1935, the son of Etta Mcene"
Cherry of Wilmington and the late
George Rockwell Cherry.
Surviving in addition to his moth
er are his wife, Martha F. Cave
naugh Cherry of the home; four
sons, Ronnie Cherry. TerTy Cherry
and Jerry C berry of the home and
Richard Heimbach and wife I^oretta
of Wilmington; two daughters,
Wandy Cherry of the home and
Teresa Caison and husband Curtis of
Rocky Point; three sisters, Louise
Causey of Wilmington and Ethel
Osborne and Verbce Pritchard of
Town Creek; two grandchildren and
many nieces and nephews; and spe
cial friends Mr and Mrs. RcRsie
Funeral services were held Nov.
IN in Andrews Mortuary. Market
Street Chapel, by the Rev. Geary
Walton and the Rev Elbert Brad
shaw. Burial was in Greenlawn Me
robkrt McMillan sr
Robert McMillan Sr of Navassa
Road. Inland, died Nov. 15 at Cape
Hear Memorial Hospital The funeral
was held Nov. 19 at Friendship
Baptist Church. Southport. with bur
ial in Northwood Cemetery.
MARIE EMILY MASON
Marie Emily Mason. 65. formerly
of Greensboro, died Nov. 3 in
Boiling Spring l^kes
funeral services were held at
lambcth Troxlcr Funeral Home
Chapel Burial was in Guilford
She was a native of Greensboro
and was a retired employee of In
dustry of the Blind She attended
I rinitv United Methodist Church of
She is survived by a daughter.
Ann Mason Slaughter of Boiling
Spring l.akcs. a grandson. Jay Mat
thew Slaughter, seven sisters. Rat
he! Combs. Nancy Sutton. Peggy
Pcgram. Judy Avdelette, Elizabeth
Joyner. Margaret Jessup and Sarah
Willard. all of Greens boro, and four
brothers. Troy Pcgram. Richard Peg
ram. Undscy Pcgram and J W Peg
ram. all of Greensboro
Memorial contributions may be
made to the charity of the donor 's
Jesse Hamilton "Rusty" Evans,
-to, ot 1 eland, died Nov. 17 ?l New
Hanover Regional Medical Center
lie was bom in Brunswick
County on May 17. 1948, and was
the son of Jesse Hamilton Evans Sr
of Ixland the late Margaret Cole
man Evans. He was preceded in
Wonfeip Service Sunday. tOOO A M
Sunday School ai 9 00 a m
Meeting In Shallolic Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
death by a sister, Barbara Hawkins.
Survivors, in addition to his fa
ther, include his stepmother, Docia
Evans of the home; two daughters,
Lara Evans of Burgaw and Laney
Evans of WiJrnlngionj two brothers,
Maurice Evans of the home and
Jeffrey Evans of Atlanta, Ga.; two
sisters, Kay Dawson of Lake Wac
camaw and Joy Russell of Lcland; a
stepbrother, Charles Simmons of
Winnabow; and two grandchildren.
Graveside services were held
Nov. 19 at the Coleman Cemetery,
Russell Rudolph Grissctt of
Seaside Road, Sunset Beach, died
Nov. 17 in Duke University Medical
Bom in Brunswick County on
May 31, 1924, he was a son of the
late Allard and Elizabeth Stocks
Grissctt. He was a retired dredge boat
engineer and an avid deer hunter.
Survivors include two sisters,
llene Brailshcr of Calabash and
l>ena Gore of Ix-land; three brothers.
Gilbert Grissctt of Shallotte, Robert
Grissctt of Sun City, Ariz., and
William Gnvsctt of Morchead City:
and 26 nicces and nephews
Funeral services were held Nov.
20 in the Chapel of Brunswick
Funeral Scrvicc by the Rev. Harold
Gore and the Rev. Bobby Norton.
Entombment was in Brunswick
Memorial Gardens Mausoleum
U.G. liore of Nakina died Nov.
18 in Columbus County. He was 68
Funeral services were held Nov.
21 at Gore's Chapel Church with the
Rev Eugene Evans and the Rev
Clarence Richardson officiating. Bur
ial followed in the church cemetery.
Mr. Gore and his family lived in
the Bug Hill Community, where he
was a tobacco and potato farmer.
He is survived by Virginia
(Cricket) Register Gore, his wife of
58 years; two sons. District Attorney
Rex Core and wife Janice, auu P nil
Gore and wife Sue; two grandchil
dren; a sister, Ruth King of
Brunswick County; and numerous
nieces, nephews and friends. He was
preceded in death by his sisters,
Magdalene King, Lillian Price and
infant Annie Gore, and brothers
Otis, D.C., Elwood and Ray.
Mr. Gore was a long-time deacon
at Gore's Chapel Church. He was a
member of the Simmons' Bay
Hunting Club. He was a World War
II Navy veteran and a member of
Tabor City Masonic Lodge 463.
Julia Catherine Babington, 85, of
West Island Drive, Long Beach, for
merly of Yaupon Beach, died Nov.
18 at Graham Care Center, Rob
binsville. Graveside service was held
Nov. 20 at Northwood Cemetery.
Lillie Edge of Little River, S.C.,
died Nov. 17 at her home following
The Little River native was a
daughter of the late Marie Gore
Jordan and Willie Stevenson.
She attended Horry County public
schools and was a member of the St.
Paul AME Church, where she
served on the Stewardess Board and
was a member of the Senior Choir.
Survivors include a sister,
Dorothy Page of Mullins; an adopt
ed son. Eranklin McCray of Little
River; and a brother. Thomas Jordan
The funeral was held Nov. 20 in
St Paul AME Church with the Rev.
Matthew Furness officiating. Burial
was in the church cemetery.
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NOW ACCEPTING APPOINTMENTS
Shallotfe Presbyterian To Host
Community Thanksgiving Service
Shallottc Presbyterian Church is
host of the Intcrchurch Council's
Annual Community Thanksgiving
Service tonight (Wednesday) at 7
Participating in the service will be
the Rev. Richard W. Warner Jr., rec
tor of St. James the Fisherman
Episcopal Church; the Rev. Donald
R. Safrit, pastor of St. Luke Luth
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Shallotte Presbyterian Church is
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Church Bazaar Set
First Baptist Church of Shallotte
will host a churchwide bazaar on
Saturday, Dec. 10, from 8 a.m. until
New and used items will be avail
able. All proceeds will go to the
First Baptist Church Missions Fund.
'God's Best Giff
The Rev. Michael Ward will
speak from the gospel of Matthew
24:36-44, a sermon entitled "Pre
/Miring for Guu's Best Gift, " this
United Methodist Church
8:00 AM Vibrshlp Service
9:00 AM Christian Education Hour
9 30- 10:00 AM Fellowship Time
10:00 AM Warship Service
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Pastor: The Rev. Jerry Lowry
1300 Seaside Rd. SWIHwy. 9041
9 AM Worship Service
10 AM Sunday School
1 1 AM Worship Service
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Rev. George D. Speake, Minister
4307 Main St., Downtown Shallotte
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All Ages Sunday Schoot-9:45 am ;
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Wednesday Evening Worship-700 pm :
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Prayer is the language spo- : :
Larry Knowles, Pastor
1672 Mt Pisgah Rd. SW
Sunday of Advent, Nov. 27, at Oak
Island Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school starts at 9:15 a.m.
with worship services at 10: 15 a.m.
Jenkins At Chapel
The Rev. David Jenkins of Val
rico, Fla., is the pastor of the week
at the Holden Beach Chapel.
The Presbyterian minister will
lead the 11 a.m. worship service
Sunday, Nov. 27, at the chapel on
Rothschild Street across from town
hall. A nursery is provided. Sunday
school classes for all ages begin at
Sing At Mt. Carmel
Mount Carmel PFW Baptist
Church will host a gospel sing on
Sunday, Nov. 27, at 6 p.m., featuring
New River Gospel, a bluegrass
Sunday Worship Service
Fellowship Time 10:30 AM
Church School For All Ages
Old Georgetown Road
Francs M. VVomdCk, Ji., Minister
Nursery Provided ? Casual Dress
gospel group from Richlands.
To reach the church, follow N.C.
179 from Shallotte for 3.2 miles and
turn left on Piggott Road for 1 .3
miles. The church is on the left.
Pastor Gary Hewett and the con
gregation welcome everyone to at
Initial Sermon Set
The initial sermon of Cedric
Pernell Bryant will be delivered on
Sunday, Nov. 27, at 5 p.m. at Crystal
Spring Missionary Baptist Church,
Northwest Community, Leland.
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