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Newly-elected officers of Holdcn Beac
S8li6 Auxiliary are seated, from lef
guard; Rosemary Whaley, junior vie
tie Callan. president; Bobbie Hulon, cl
ding, from left, Pat Nash, thrcc-yeai
France Hewett, 80, of Route 2, Supply,
died July 2 in Columbus County
A graveside service was held July 4
in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Shallotte,
with Rev. Garland Long officiating.
Horn in Brunswick County on Dec.
25. 1007, he was the son of the late
Frank and Effie Gray Hewett. He
was a retired farmer and U.S. Army
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Viola H. Hewett of the home; two
sons, Royce L. Hewett of Yaupon
Beach and Archie Lee Hewett of Supply:
a daughter, Mrs. Frances Cordelia
Ludlum of Ash; and two grand
MARGARET DARST SMITH
Margaret Darst Smith, 70, of
Raleigh, died July 2 at her residence.
A memorial service was held July 5
in St. Michael's Episcopal Church in
Raleigh by Rev. Larry Brown. Burial
was in St. Michael's Episcopal
She was born in Wilmington on
Sept. 8, 1917, the daughter of the late
Bishop and Mrs. Thomas C. Darst.
Survivors include her husband,
John C. Smith ot the home; a son,
John C. Smith Jr. of Beaufort; a
daughter, Mrs. Margaret S.
Timberlake of Iceland; and a brother,
Meade C. Darst of Southport.
The family asked that memorial
donations be made to St. Michael's
Episcopal Church Memorial Fund,
1520 Canterbury Road, Raleigh, NC
LUCILLE R. COLEMAN
Lucille Royster Coleman, 77, of
Shallotte Point, and formerly of
I'ayetteville, died June 27.
The funeral was held June 29 in the
Jernigan-Warren Chapel by Revs.
Jesse Bentley and James Scales.
Burial was in LaFayette Memorial
Mrs. Coleman was a retired
caseworker with the Cumberland
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Her survivors include two sons,
A.B. "Mike" Smith of Parkton and
Dwayne Coleman of Atlanta; a
daughter, Beatrice S. Thompson of
Jacksonville, Fla.; two sisters,
Pauline Elder of Fayetteville and
Alease Bishop of Richmond, Va.; two
brothers, Eugene Royster and
Robert Royster, both of Fayetteville;
11 grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren.
Elina Manninen Hogman, 93,
formery of Maynard, Mass., died
Saturday, June 11, at Walden House
Health Care in Concord, Mass.,
where she had lived the past several
The funeral was held June 16 in the
Fowler-Kennedy Funeral Home,
Maynard, Mass., with Rev. Gary
Heikkila officiating. Burial was in
Glenwood Cemetery, Maynard.
Mrs. Hogman was born in Finland,
the youngest of 13 children. She lived
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t, Louise Miller, pro-tern; Aioys 1
e-prcsident; Ber- Ramsey, conducti
laplain; and stan- senior viee-presid
in Maynard most of her live. She had
worked for the American Woolen Co.,
formerly of Maynard.
She was the widow of Henry
Hogman, a well-known stonemason,
who died in 1948.
Survivors include a son, Paul
Hogman of Carolina Shores,
Calabash; four grandchildren, 11
great-grandchildren and four greatgreat-grandchildren.
Instead of flowers, contributions in
her memory may be made to Walden
House Health Care, 785 Main St.,
Concord, Mass. 01742.
WILLIAM WEBSTER SKIPPER
William Webster Skipper, 60, of
Inland, died June 29 in the Veterans
Administration Hospital in Fayetteville.
The funeral was held July 1 in Andrews
Market Street Chapel by Elder
Thurman Skipper. Burial was in the
Nelson Family Cemetery in Leland.
Born in Brunswick County on Nov.
29, 1927, he was the son of the late
William Wesley and Lessie Swain
He was of the Mormon faith.
Survivors include a son, William
Webster Skipper of Leland; five
daughters, Mrs. Annette Caison of
Leland, Mrs. Betty Ann Mintz of
Leland, Mrs. Bernice smith of
Garland, Mrs. Deneise Pritchard of
Winnabow and Mrs. Skirley
Grueshow of Wyandotte, Mich.; two
brothers, Gerald W. Skipper of
Iceland and .Tames Winston Skipper
of Brunswick, Maine; two sisters,
Mrs. Nancy Benell of Davidson and
Mrs. Donna Stalnaker of Leland; and
DONNA KEW STOUGHTON
Donna Kew Stoughton, 62, of Eyota
Drive, Shallotte, died June 23 at her
The funeral was held July 1 in the
Brunswick Funeral Service Chapel,
Shallotte. with Rev. Dan Norman officiating.
Survivors include her husband, C.
Melton Stoughton of the home; two
brothers, Delos Elbert Kew of Farmington
Hills, Mich., and Roger Allen
Kew of San Diego, Calif.; two sisters,
Constance Jean Lloyd of Lake
Odessa, Mich., and Carol M. Harner
JOHN WILLIAM LANCASTER SR.
John William Lancaster Sr., 92, of
Route 1, Supply, died July 3 at his
The funeral was held July 5 in the
Brunswick Chapel of Coble WardSmith
Funeral Service, Supply, with
Rev. Franklin Myers and Rev.
Weston Varnam officiating. Burial
was in Sabbath Home Baptist Church
Bom in Brunswick County on Oct.
3, 1895, he wafi the son of the late
SOUTHERN MARBLE WORKS
Memorials of all kinds. All
Hwy. 130 West In Shallotte
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trustee; Eunice Campbell, treasurer
lerring, one-year trustee; and Lois
rcss. Not pictured are Grace Peoples,
ent; and Sharon Martin, treasurer.
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Jessie L. and Victoria Holden lan
caster. He owned and operated ;
general mercantile store in th<
Holden Beach area for many years
He was a World War 1 U.S. Arm;
veteran, serving in France durinj
the battle for the Hindenburg Line.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs
Susie Clemmons Lancaster of th<
home; a son, John W. I^ancaster Jr
of Supply; three daughters, Mrs. Victoria
Aldridgc of Southport, Mrs
Jessie Walker of Wilmington anc
Mrs. Geraldine (Jeri) Hatcher o
Supply. 11 grandchildren: 12 great
grandchildren and four stepgreat
Callie Clay of Route 2, Leland, diec
July 1 in The Brunswick Hospital
The funeral was to be held July G al
2 p.m. in Evergreen AME Zior
Church, Delco, with burial in the
Evergreen Church Cemetery.
CONNIE BRIGGS WILLIAMS
Connie Briggs Williams, 33, of Ash,
died July 3 in Stanford University
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Dies At Oce
A former chancellor of Wester;
Carolina University, Harold F. "Col
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vacationing at Ocean Isle Beach. H
Taken ill Saturday night, he wa
transported to The Brunswicl
Hospital in Supply, where he was ad
mitted to the intensive care unit. H
died about 10 a.m.
A native of Bandana in Mitchel
County, he became chancellor c
Western Carolina University i
Cuiiownee on June i, iif/4, and hei
the post for 10 years. During tha
time the university provide
assistance and guidance to mori
than 15 Third World nations and ac
tively sought to strengthen th<
western region of the state.
Robinson held degrees from Mar;
Sunday ? 10 AM
Worship? 11 AM
Worship ?6:30 PM
Tuesday ?7:30 PM
Oil Hwy. 130 on Boone's Neck Rd.
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Friday, July i
Margaret D. Kelly
I CHURCH ACTIVITIES
Bethel United Methodist Church of
Bolivia will hold a turkey dinner Fri;
day, July R, beginning at 11 a.m. at
r the church.
Cost is $3 per plate. Proceeds from
the dinner will benefit the church
building fund. ^
VBS To Begin
Vacation Bible School begins at E
Dixon Chapel United Methodist 5
Church at Varnamtown July 11, continuing
through July 15 from 6:30
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. each day.
[Classes are offered for
preschoolers through senior high
students and all are welcome, said M
t spokesman Dottie Holden. 1
A free clothes closet for the needy H
will be open at Old Shallotte Baptist |
Church, N.C. 904, Grissettown, from I
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. |
The closet is open each second and fl
fourth Saturday of the month.
- Medical Center, Palo Alto, Calif.
i Funeral arrangements were to be
e announced by Brunswick Funeral
i. Service, Shallotte.
f JOAN ELIZABETH VOGLER
I . Joan Elizabeth Vogler, 57, of
Calabash, died June 29 in The
. Brunswick Hospital, Supply.
? Funeral arrangements were-to be
. announced by Brunswick Funeral
- Service, Shallotte.
EARL EUGENE SHIRLEY
i Earl Eugene Shirley, 39, of Route 5,
f Southport, died July 4 in the V.A. *
. Medical Center, Durham. .
Funeral arrangements were to be h
announced by Peacock-Newnam
Funeral Home, Southport.
1 WILLIE O. HILL
Willie O. Hill, 72, of Shallotte, died
July 1 in The Brunswick Hospital,
t The funeral was held .July 2 at
i Pleasant View Baptist Church, with
! burial in the church cemetery.
HELEN GAUSE MCKNIGHT
Helen Cause McKnight, formerly
, of Thomasboro, died July 3 in
;an Isle Beach
n Hill College, N.C. State University
r and the Univeristy of Nebraska,
e where he received his doctorate in
e 1948 in genetics and plant breeding.
Survivors include his wife,
s Katherine Palmer Robinson, and two
I_ Funeral arrangements were not
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d Holy Eucharist ? 1st & 3rd Sundays
Morning Prayer?2nd & 4th Sundays
e 10:00 am
Hwy. 17, Shallotte
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You Are Invited
To Worship With Us
Sunday, 10 AM, 7 PM
Wednesday, 7 PM
Village Rd., across
from Shallotte Dry Cleaners
Pastor, Bobby Causey
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4705 Wrightsville Ave.
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Nelons To Sing
rhe Nelons of Atlanta, Ga., will appear at Pine Valley Baptist Church in
Wilmington on July 15 at 7:30 p.m. Also appearing will be Kelly Nelon
rhompson and Milton Smith and his new group, FCC, of Fayetteville. No admission
will be charged, but an offering will be taken. For more information
contact Terry Willctts of Shallotte.
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t/2 mile north of former location, \1
I Hwy. 17, turn right at Collier Gas. p |JB
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Attention Presbyterions i
from Little River, Calabash to Sunset Beach |
Worship services begin July 17 at 9:30 am at the VFWl
Hall at Traders' Village in Calabash. I
Everyone is invited!
For more information, call 642-6844, 579-5586 or 579-7901
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Mystery Of Life
BY DICKY POWELL
BRUNSWICK FUNERAL SERVICE
One of our greatest fears about death stems from
the fact that we cannot explain just what
happens. Though we are unable to total- WE
ly explain death, it remains a fact of life. [|
It has an impact on the lives and happiness
of our families and friends. K - iol
Once we cross the hurdle of accep- (jS
ting death as a fact of life, we can better
deal with our emotional reactions caus- J|j
ed by its appearance. Ilsiia sh
Funeral pre-planning allows us the opportunity to
prepare for the eventual reality of death.
BRUNSWICK FUNERAL SERVICE
Hwy. 17, South, Shallotte, N.C.
NEW 40-BED ADDITION-]
CARE FOR THE AGED
AND DISABLED I
Modern 80-Bed Facility Equipped
to Provide Comfort and Care
We offer private and semi-private rooms in a home like at- ,
mosphere with gracious surroundings and a trained staff that really
cares, therapeutic diets, recreational therapy and planned activities
Physician on call. Private pay and Medicaid recipients accepted.
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR PERSONALIZED TOUR z
CALL TOMMY MILLER *
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Mulberry Street, Shallotte
754-6621 or 754-9770 (Business) 754-8825 (Horne)?
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