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Page 8-A?THE BRUNSWICK BEACI
Wade Sutton of Ocean Isle Beach, a
bible teacher, will be the speaker at a
meeting of the Shallotte Women's
Aglow Fellowship Saturday, Aug. 10
at 10 a.m. at
Hwy. 130, Holden A
Beach Road. V |
All ladies are
invited to come r .?
at 9:30 a.m. for ^
coffee and^^ ^
fellowship. Free |MV i iH
nursery facilities * 1
are provided at Tiny Friends Day
Care Center on Mulberry Street in
Sutton also teaches each Sunday at
the "Chapel in the Dunes," a
ALBERT W. WILLIAMS
Albert Warren Willliains, 90, of
Hubert and formerly of Shallotte
Point, died Friday at the Veterans
Hospital in Fayettcville.
The funeral was held Monday at
Village Point United Methodist
Church, with burial in the Gurganus
Cemetery, Shallotte Point.
Williams was a veteran of World
War I, serving in the U.S. Army. He
was a member of the American
legion and a lifetime member of
Village Point United Methodist
Church. Williams was also a past
cliairman of the church board.
He was ttie husband of the late
Stella lee Williams and was the son
of the late .lohn L. and Susan
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs.
Vivian Milligan of Hubert; five
grandchildren; nine greatgrandchildren
and one grcat-greatgrandchild.
HENRY A. BROWN JR.
Henry A. Brown Jr., 52, of Route 1,
Bolivia, died Wednesday, July 31, in
New Hanover Memorial Hospital
following a brief illness.
The funeral was held Saturday in
the chapel of Coble Ward-Smith
Funeral Service in Supply, with Rev.
James Flowers and Brother Samuel
Howling ottieiuling. Hurial was in the
Brown was born in New Hanover
County oil Jan. 27. 1933. the son of
Henry A. Brown Sr. of Burgaw and
the lute Dorothy Basden Brown.
He was president of the Carolina
Boiler and Tank Company Inc.
Survivors in addition to his parents
include a stepmother, Mrs. Thclma
Brown of Burgnw; his wife, Mrs.
Jean Howling Brown of the home;
two sons. Jncky Dale Brown of BollinK
Spring lakes and Henry A
Brown 111 of the home; (our
daughters, Mrs. Delia B. lamer of
Sunset Harbor, Mrs. Karin B. lewis
of Bolivia, Dorothy (Sissy) Brown
and Ktmberly (Dawn i Brown, both of
lite home; two brothers, Kdwin I,.
Hrown of (ilondale, Art*., and Tommy
Brown of Raleigh; two sisters,
Mrs Delia Sue Murray of Haleitth
and Miss Ann Brown of Greenville;
and four grandchildren
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ON, Thursday, August 8, 1985
Ag/ow To Heai
Brunswick Christian Center outreach
to vacationers at Sunset Beach. He is
in charge of the Ministry of Helps and
Satellite Ministry at the Brunswick M
Program Offered B<
A presentation and film on "Ancient
Ruins of South America" and
"Book of Mormon History" by Hi
Wayne Dixon of Wilmington is plann- R<
ed Sunday, Aug. 18, at 6 p.m., at the
Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day
Saints, Shallotte Branch. ,
The church is located in Ash on Nc
N.C. 130, 12 miles from Shallotte. wo
Elder Paul Carlson and Sister pa
Maurine Carlson, branch mis- inc
sionarics, invite the public to attend. Hu
I.EO G. VANDERLIP tha
I.eo Guy Vandcrlip, 68, of !x>ng An
Beach, died Thursday, Aug. 1, in fav
Dasher Memorial Hospital after a
brief illness. h
A memorial service was held Sun- Wil
day in Ocean View United Methodist Ha
Church, with Rev. Roger Thompson T
and Rev. P.D. Midgett officiating. the
Vanderlip was born in Granton, Wil
N.Y., on Feb. 8, 1917, the son of the Wh
late Guy A. and Flora E. Baxter the
Vanderlop. He retired from IBM \
Corp. in 1973 after 33 years of service. 1901
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. dan
Marian II. Vanderlip of the home; Ma
two daughters, Mrs. Candance V. SI
Bull of Salt I?akeCity, Utah, and Mrs. tist
Deborah V. Grabber of Millinocket, T
Me.; two sisters, Mrs. I.etha Cox
Schriver of Deposit, N.V., and Mrs. Ric
Doris Mosher of Phoenix, Ariz.; one sist
brother Harry Vanderlip of Unadilla, Eio
N.Y.; and four grandsons. all
In lieu of flowers the family asked Kal
CEDAR GROVE AREA tChurch
BY BAKBAUA T. HKWETT Ml
Deacon James Hobson Bryant at- [x
tended the 8th annual Christian ani
leaders Workshop Aug. 1-2 at Shaw sor
University in 101
Baleigh. He I
heard banquet H
Styles who shi
pastors First S at 1
Baptist in Burl- jt ,/i an,
ington, and at- ^
Saturday's ses- jja
si oil for deacons taught by Dr. -j
William H. Brock. Op
New Arrivals wd
Congratulations are in order tor v,s
three families in Cedar Grove with ]
new arrivals. They are Mr. and Mrs. Dy
Waymon Marlowe, a daughter Chan- ?p,
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ounces; Mr. and Mrs. Percy pr
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hallotte, North Carolina
Crowder To Speak
Dr. Richard Crowder, a Unite
ethodist minister from Gastonia
ill speak at the 11 a.m. worship set
ce Sunday, Aug. 11, at the Holdei
Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. a
e interdenominational, Protestan
apel, located across from thi
olden Beach Town Hall oi
Joins Mission Team
Angie Newman, a 10th grader a
?rth Brunswick High School, wil
irk Aug. 10-17 in New York City a;
rt of a team renovating low
:ome housing under the Habitat foi
it memorials be made to the
lerican Cancer Society or to a
MYRTLE C. COX
Irs. Myrtle Clemmons Cox of
Tnington died Friday in New
nover Memorial Hospital.
Tie funeral was held Monday in
chapel of Andrews Mortuary in
Imington with Rev. James
etstone officiating. Burial was in
Wilmington National Cemetery.
Irs. Cox was born on March 2,
1), in Brunswick County, the
ighter of the late Lockwood and
ry I-undy Clemmons.
he was a member of Temple BapChurch.
he wife of the late John Franklin
she is survived by a son,
hard H. Cox of Wilmington; four
ers, Miss Carrie Clemmons, Mrs.
ise King and Mrs. Jewel Swain,
of Myrtle Beach, S.C., and Mrs.
Iherine McLawhorn of HarJEWS
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lyficld Hewett, a daughter Jessica
Ann, born July 8 at six pounds;
J Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Price, a
i Bryant Antoine Price, bom July
at 6 pounds, 7 ounces.
>ccan View Union's annual picnic
I be held Saturday, Aug. 10 at
illottc Township Park beginning
II a.m. Bring your covered basket
i join us. Joining us for the first
le will be our sister counties of the
itrict, Columbus and New
'his promLses to be a happy day.
ening devotion is by the Dynamics
h Sister Arvella Marlowe supering.
'he Ocean View Union's Little
namic singers will also make an
scarance on Rev. M. C. Herring's
llvcrsary Sunday. The time Is 3
cuer vi rove missionary tiapu.M
urch invites you to be on hand for a
ytismal service Sunday for Willie
lud" Cause, a retired
gshoreman and husband of Mrs,
inchie B Cause, a retired teacher.
iappy birthday to everone, and
tecially to Billy Kay Hewett, An
a John, linette McKenzie, Dear
inley, Nathaniel Kandell. Billy
re, Marie Hewett, I.atricla
wett, Cynthia Denise Bellamy and
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EH VICE |
Mission work tcsms sro crgariizcu
j and sponsored by the N.C. Conference
of the United Methodist
' Truth Tabernacle Church of
1 Bolivia holds revival services Thurse
day through Saturday, Aug. 8-10, at
1 7:30 p.m.
The featured evangelist will be
Rev. Felix Baker of Rupert, W.Va.
t Special singing is planned each even1
The church is located beside the
post office in Bolivia.
Rev. Jerry Guyton, pastor, invites
the public to attend.
dinsburg, Ky.; three brothers,
Thurston Clemmons and Everett
Clemmons, both of Myrtle Beach;
and Quincy Clemmons of Supply;
nine grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren.
LOU ALICE GANEY
Ix>u Alice Skipper Ganey, 81, of
Leland, died Saturday in New
Hanover Memorial Hospital.
The funeral was to be held 2 p.m.
Wednesday from the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Leland
Ward, on Old Fayetteville Road, with
Bishop Dyion Skipper officiating.
Burial was to be in the Nelson Family
Mrs. Ganey was the wife of the late
Dillon L. Ganey Sr.
Born in Brunswick County on May
5, 1904, she was the daughter of the
late John W. and Alice 1-uen Nelson
Skipper. She was a member of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
o.t_*_ * -i 1 ???
annus, ix.'laiill wara.
Survivors include two daughters,
Mrs. Frances G. West of Leland and
Mrs. Sennie Horton of Redding, Pa.;
three sons, Armon Ganey, Dempsey
(Bully) Ganey and Dillon Ganey Jr.,
all of Inland; two brothers, Norwood
Skipper of Hampstead and J. Thurman
Skipper of Leland; 13 grandchildren
and 15 great-grandchlldrcn.
Memorial* may be made to the
Iceland Volunteer Rescue Squad.
Kimberly was repor
Cary, NC and is beli
W/M of Lawrencevil
i Maine or Florida in
ITemp, NJ. Anyone I
should contact the C
for Detective Moore
Div. Victim Justice Sei
This Public Service
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impaired hearing. Come to . . .
Main St., S
Second Friday of <
Friday, August 9, '
Sales & Sei
Margaret D. Kelley
Phone?799-0476 itss the brunswick i
A Time To Sa$
BY DICKY P(
The funeral is for the livii
, together in a t
do, to lean on oi
the one who 1
warmth to our I
help provide th
new circumstances brought abi
tirnaie person. It is a time to pa
son ana emphasize both his woi
worth the pain and stress of gr
The funeral is a special til
feel close to others.
Hwy. 17. South. Sha
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DATE OF BIRTH: 10-7-69
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