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' Principles' Seminar Set
A free seminar on the Principles
Approach for home and church
schools will be offered Thursday,
Sept 7, al 7 p.m., at Cape Fear Alli
ance Church near South port.
Teaching the seminar will be
Stephen K. McDowell, executive
director of the Providence
Foundation of Charlottesville, Va.
The approach teaches a child to
reason Biblically in all areas of life,
a news release indicated, making
the Bible the basis for all subjects in
the school curriculum.
Cape Fear Alliance Church is
located on N.C. 133 one mile south
of the Sunny Point intersection. No
nursery facilities will be available.
For more information contact
Linda Cox, 392-0410, or Nancy
Women's Union Set
The Ocean View Missionary
Baptist Association's Women's
Union will be held at New Mt. Zion
Church on Saturday, Sept. 2.
Louise Gause will direct the
Young Adult Department; Gregory
Hewett of Cedar Grove will
minister the Word; and the Youth
Department will present the
afternoon inspirational program
under the direction of Arvclla
Marlowe, Dorothy Lee Frink and
Tania Butler, president. Lunch will
Dinner And Sales Set
Harvest Fellowship Pentecostal
Holiness Church on Gray Bridge
Road off N'.C. 130 east will hold a
barbecue dinner, yard sale and
auction on the church grounds
Saturday, Sept. 2, in a once-a-year
The dinner and yard sale will be
held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and
will be followed at 3 p.m. by an
auction behind the church. The Rev.
Ray Faircloth, pastor, will serve as
The public's invited.
Oak Grove Baptist Church will
hold a gospel singing featuring the
Macedonia Quartet of Whitcville on
Sunday, Sept. 3, at 6 p.m. The
church is located on Holden Beach
Council To Meet
The South Brunswick Inter
church Council will meet at Joe's
Barbecuc Restaurant, Shallotic, at
8:30 am. Monday, Sept 1 1 , a week
later than usual due to the Labor
Programs in which the Council is
active currently include recycling,
assistance to transients in difficulty,
establishment of adult day care and
providing services to residents of
Autumn Care, including a piano for
their use. The Council operates the
Food Bank, to which member chur
ches donate non-perishable foods,
and the Clothes Closet, at the old
Sunnysidc School in Shallottc,
which makes available good used
clothing at no charge to those who
need it Closet hours are 9 a.m. until
noon each Saturday. Donations of
good, clean used clothing arc
acccpleu uuiing iiic same hours,
said Isobcl Bcebe, Council secre
The Council is comprised of cler
gy and lay persons from a number
of churches in the South Brunswick
Islands area. Anyone interested in
joining is invited to attend on Sept.
The Council usually meets the
first Monday of each month.
Chicken BBQ Set
Ocean View United Methodist
Church at Yaupon Beach will hold
an old-fashioned chicken barbecue
dinner on Friday, Sept. 1, starling at
11 a.m. at the r.hnrrh
A half-chicken with fixings will
sell for $4.50 per plate. Free deliv
eries can be arranged by calling the
church at 278-5973, said Bob
The Rev. Bryan Dosher of Oak
Island has accepted a call as interim
pastor at Sabbath Home Baptist
Church near Holden Beach. A
Brunswick County native, he is a
member of Bethel Baptist Church,
Dosher has long been retired
from full-time pastorships, but he
lias filled 12 interim positions over
the past 17 years. He has served in
area churches for the past 60 years.
CEDAR GROVE AREA NEWS
Homecoming Draws Past Members
Cedar Grove Baptist Church has
weathered the storms of life for
more than 117 years. It has seen
many of its
members go to
and fro, seeking
nities or trying
to satisfy an ad
received at this
HFWPTT church seems to
HEWETT jiave a magnet.
ic force that draws loved ones back
into the congregation for renewal,
hope, peace and a worshipful experi
To that end, the first Sunday in
September by tradition has become
Homecoming Day. This year the
program begins with Sunday School
taught by Deacon James Hobson
Bryant At 1 1 a.m. all the choirs will
assemble for the ministry in music
with the pastor, the Rev. Freeman
Gause, ministering in the Word.
At 3 p.m. the Rev. Moses Clyde
Herring and the Mt. Zion Choir of
Longwood will minister the closing
servicc of the day.
Members will demonstrate their
The Rev. Dr. Richard W. Warner, Jr.
8:30 A M. -Holy Eucharist Rite I
10:00 A.M. -Holy Eucharist
1st & 3rd Sundays Rite !
2nd & 4th Sundays Rite 11
5th Sunday-Morning Prayer
Nursery available at 10 A.M.
4941 Main Street, Shallotte
Welcome to-the Services of the
CHURCH OF CHRIST
5051 Northside Dr. * P.O. Box 1024
SHALLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 28459
JERRY BELL, Minister
Office: 754-8173 ? Home: 754 7860
Morning Bibie Study 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship Service 11 :00 a.m.
Evening Worship Service .6:30 p.m.
Mid-Week Bible Study 7 30 p m
dedication lo the church by bringing
a special offering to enhance the
church's homecoming objectives.
The public is invited.
Birthday greetings to Mrs. Ann
Harper of Bolivia School, Lillie
Full wood, Blanchie Gause, Steven
Gause Jr., Hollis Bryant, Anita
Gause, Sonia Williams and Zion
Be sure to listen to WVCB Radio
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All OUUitUiiV V/1I A UUldlUlJf <11 D Jl. 111.
and Saturday at 10:15 a.m. for the
Cedar Grove Area News. On
Sunday evenings listen for the
Moments of Inspiration gospel
The Scripture of the week comes
from Jeremiah 20:9 and 13, "Said I
would not make mention of him, nor
speak anymore in his name. But his
word was in my heart as a burning
fire shut up in my bones...Sing unto
the Lord, praise ye the Lord, for he
hath delivered the soul of the poor
from the hand of evil-doers."
Set For Saturday
Volunteers are sought for the fall
clean-up of the Griffin Cemetery at
Spokesman Doris Gore said any
one with family members or friends
buried in the cemetery on Mill
Branch Road (S.R. 1332) is asked
to bring mowers, rakes, clippers
and other tools to spruce up the
grounds. Work will begin at
approximately 8 a.m.
Deaths And Funerals
ANNABELLE R. MASLINE
Annabelle Reed Maslinc, 73, of
Sea Trail community. Sunset Beach,
died Aug. 25 at her residence.
A memorial service was held
Sunday, Aug. 27, in the Brunswick
Chapel of Coble Ward-Smith Fun
eral Service, Supply, with the Rev.
Jerry McCann officiating.
The family asked that memorials
be made to Hospice of the Lower
Cape Fear, Shallotle; Calabash
Volunteer Rescue Squad, Calabash
Presbyterian Church and/or Sea
Trail Property Owners Association.
Born in Dayton, Ohio, on April
26, 1916, she was the daughter of
the late Horace W. and Anna
She was preceded in death by her
husband, Charles A. Masline. in
She was a member of Calabash
Presbyterian Church and its
building committee. American
Business and Professional women's
Club, North Myrtle Beach, S.C.,
Windy Hill Garden Club, Windy
Hill, S.C., Sunset Sands Garden
Club and Sea Trail Property Owners
Association, Sunset Beach.
Survivors include a daughter,
Pam McGuirt of Midland; three
sons, Richard C. Maslinc of
Valencia, Ca., Don Masline of
Herndon, Va., and Jeff Masline of
Jamestown; a sister, Phyllis Kali
man of Palo Alto, Calif.; five grand
children and two great-grandsons.
THELMA M. HAUSE
Thelma M. (Tedi) Draughon
Hause, 79. of Yaupon Beach, died
Aug. 24 in Trenton, Fla.
The funeral was held Aug. 26 at
Ocean View United Methodist
Church, where she was a member,
with the Rev. Mark Kasper
officiating. A graveside service was
held in Grcenlawn Memorial Park,
Born in Holly Springs on Nov.
19,1909, she retired in December
1971 after a 30-year career in civil
service with the U.S. Government.
Of that, 15 years was with the U.S.
Army Signal Corps at Fort Bragg
and Philadelphia, Pa., from World
War II until July 1954. The balance
was spent as an import specialist
with the U.S. Customs Bureau in
She was a member of Women of
the Moose Chapter No. 371 OES,
the American Association of Retir
ed Persons, the National Associa
tion of Retired Federal Employees,
the Senior Citizens Group of Oak
Island and the VFW Auxiliary at
Survivors include two sons, Rob
ert Jerry Draughon of Newberry,
Fla., and James C. Draughon of
Shreveport, La.; two brothers,
Charles Jack Moore of Yaupon
Beach and James C. Moore of Long
Beach; a sister, Mrs. Alene M.
Rhodes of Raleigh; four grandsons
and four granddaughters; and a
Memorial contributions may be
made to Long Beach Volunteer Res
SAMUEL B. "BUNN" FRINK
Samuel Benjamin "Bunn" Frink,
89, of Shoreline Drive, Sunset
Beach, died Aug. 23 in Grand
Strand General Hospital, Myrtle
Beach, S.C. He was a former state
legislator and longtime practicing
attorney in Brunswick County.
A graveside service was held
Saturday, Aug. 26, in the Stanaland
Frink Cemetery at Sunset Beach.
The Rev. Frank Ross officiated.
Bom Oct. 2, 1899, he was the son
of D.S. and Martha G. Frink. He
was a native of Brunswick County.
He was a veteran of the U.S.
Navy, serving in both World War I
and World War II. He also served in
the U.S. Coast Guard, and for 18
months served as captain of the Port
of Wilmington. He was discharged
in 1946 with the rank of senior
Frink was admitted to the North
Carolina State Bar in January 1931.
During his nearly 60 years in the
legal profession, he was associated
with most of the men engaged in
the legal profession in Brunswick
County. He was founder of the law
firm Frink, Foy, Gaincy & Yount,
with ofTiccs in Shallotte and
Southport. He was activc in the firm
on a daily basis, and was well
known for his legal skill as a court
His legal career was interspersed
with service during six sessions of
the North Carolina General
Assembly, with five of the terms in
the State Senate and one term in the
House of Representatives. His last
legislative stint was in the Senate in
? For many years he was a member
of the board of trustees of Doshcr
Memorial Hospital and of the board
of stewards of Trinity United
Methodist Church, both in
Southport. He served by governor's
appointment on the State Ports
Authority. For 16 years he served as
the county's attorney and also
served as attorney for the Bruns
wick County Board of Education.
He had served on the board of
directors of Security Savings &
Loan Association since 1938.
Survivors include his wife,
Marguerite Weathers Frink; two
daughters, Marion F. Adams of
Virginia and Joanne Herring of
Myrtle Beach, S.C.; four sisters,
Elneta F. Cox and Sue Frink, both
of Wilmington, Gertie Mooncy of
Supply and Frances Martin of
Durham; five grandchildren and a
Memorials may be made to the
Sunset Beach Volunteer Fire De
partment, Shallotte Volunteer Res
cue Squad or the Calabash Volun
teer Rescue Squad.
ROBERT GLENN BRYANT
Robert Glenn Bryant, 31, of
Northwest community, died Aug.
26 as the result of an automobile
Funeral arrangements were to be
announced by Jordan's Funeral
SADIE HUNT MURDAUGH
Sadie "Singie" Hunt Murdaugh,
70, of Yaupon Beach, died Aug. 21
in New Hanover Memorial Hospit
The funeral was held Aug. 24 in
Southport Baptist Church with the
Rev. Wayne Trexler officiating.
Burial was on Aug. 25 in Carolina
Memorial Gardens, Charleston,
S.C., with the Rev. Paul Pridgen
Bom in Daricn, Ga., on Oct 19,
1918, she was the daughter of the
late Elisha H. and Daisey Donald
son Hunt. She was a member of
Southport Baptist Church and the
Southport Women's Club and
Southport Garden Club.
Survivors include her husband,
William H. Murdaugh Sr. of the
home; a son, William H. Murdaugh
Jr. of Cary; two daughters, Joyce
Nei of Missoula, Mont., and Cathy
Hayes of Phoenix, Ariz.; a brother,
Frank Hunt of Charleston, S.C.;
nine grandchildren and three great
The family has asked that memo
rials be made to Southport Baptist
ESSIE J. BELLAMY
Essie J. Bellamy of Winnabow
died Aug. 26 in New Hanover
Memorial Hospital, Wilmington.
The funeral was to be held 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 30, in St. Mary
Missionary Baptist Church, Winna
bow, with the Rev. Raymond Smith
officiating. Burial was to be in the
Sl Mary Church Cemetery.
Survivors include three sons.
Worship Services Sunday 9 30 AM
VFW COMMUNITY HALL
TRADERS' VILLAGE, CALABASH
' st. St. Luke v
/gjjjb Lutheran Church
Jack Martin, Pastor
Sunday, 1 1:00 A.M.
Meeting In Shallotte
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Johnnie Bellamy, Frank Bellamy
and Joe Bellamy; three daughters,
Mrs. Eleanor Burton, Mrs. Daisy
Daniel and Ms. Frances Bellamy;
and a brother, Rufus Graham.
WILLIS M. JONES
Willis M. Jones of Route 2, Le
land, died Aug. 21 in New Hanover
Memorial Hospital, Wilmington.
The funeral was held Saturday,
Aug. 26, in Holy Covenant United
Holy Church, Snowfield Commun
ity, Leland. The Rev. John Bradley
Jr. officiated. Burial was in Jones
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Veronica Jones; six sons, Gregory
Jones, Haydcn Jones, Ronald Jones,
Kevin Jones, Willis Jones Jr. and
Paul Jones; a daughter, Ms. Monica
Jones; six grandchildren; two broth
ers, Reuben Jones and Willie Jones;
a sister, Mrs. Bertha Scott; a step
brother, Ernest Nixon; a stepsister,
Mrs. Mary N. Moore; Five aunts,
two uncles and other relatives.
A graveside service was held
Sunday, Aug. 27, in the Riley Hcw
ett Cemetery, Supply, for David
He died Sunday, Aug. 20, in the
Survivors include his parents,
James and Ruby Bosier; a sister,
Marsha Bosier of the home; and his
maternal grandparents, Charlie and
Fannie Fulwood of Supply.
riinipnvr * m ?
Christine McNeill, of Shallottc,
died Aug. 23 at home. She was 74
The funeral was held Aug. 27 in
Pleasant View Baptist Church by
the Rev. James Smith. Burial was in
the church cemetery.
Survivors include her husband,
Preston McNeill; three daughters,
Cornelia Livingston of Wampee,
S.C., Brenda Marlowe and Evcda
Gause; five sons, Fred McNeill of
Tampa, Fla., Harry McNeill, James
McNeill and Jasper McNeill of
Baltimore, Md., Albert Wayne
Jenrette of Whiteville and Willie
McNeill of Shallottc; a sister,
Pearlie Butler of Shallottc; and a
brother, Willie Slade of Chadbourn.
AGNES R. COBB
Agnes P.obbins Cobb, of Route '
Lcland, died Aug. 25 in New Hano
ver Memorial Hospital, Wilming
The funeral was held Aug. 29 in
Summcrville AME Zion Church,
Lcland. Burial was in the church
Annie Cooper Hickman, 76, of
Route 1, Calabash, died Aug. 22 in
the University Medical Center at
Charleston, S.C. She was a retired
The funeral was held Saturday,
Aug. 26, in Calabash Baptist
Church by the Rev. Laurie Evans.
Burial was in the Hickman Family
She was born in Horry County,
S.C., the daughter of the late John
and Laura Hooks Cooper.
Survivors include three sons,
James R. Prince of Faycttcville,
L.B. Prince of Seattle, Wash., and
Lacy Wayne Prince of Boiling
Spring Lakes; two daughters,
Louise Prince and Nancy Prince,
both of Calabash; two brothers,
Joseph M. Cooper of Chicago and
Tony Cooper of Jacksonville; three
sisters, Sadie Smith, Erline Sim
mons and Alcnc Mcasncr, all of
Bladenboro; 18 grandchildren and
Douglas Warren Shape, 60, of
Ronanarto Drive East. Calabash,
died Aug. 22 in Grand Strand Gen
eral Hospital, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The funeral was held Aug. 25 in
the Brunswick Funeral Service
Chapel, Shallotte, by the Rev. Dr.
Richard Warner. Burial was in
Raleigh Memorial Park, Raleigh.
Shape was a retired employee of
the U.S. Environmental Protection
Survivors include his wife, Shir
ley Mac Shape of the home; five
sons, Robert Shape of Joppa, Md.,
Gregg Shape and James Logue,
both of Atlanta, Scott Logue of
Windell and Kerry Logue of Clay
ton; two daughters. Miss Tony
Shape of Atlanta and Mrs. Ellen
Malloy of Boise, Idaho; a brother,
William Shape of Chico, Calif.; and
Seasonal Visitors & New
Michael W. Wilkerson, MD
Marcus Rey Williams, MD
CARDIAC & VASCULAR
Brunswick Internal M ttjidrm AtsocmtM
BC/BS COSTWISE Village Pines Office Park 1
MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT ACCEPTED Suite 5. Shallotte 2
COMPLETE ADULT MEDICAL CARE
BY BOARD CERTIFIED INTERNISTS
HEARING AID CLINIC
9 A.M.-2 P.M.
Certified licensed hearing
aid dealer will be here to
conduct hearing tests and
make evaluations this
Ear Molds Cleaned
Hearing Aid Evaluations
Repair Estimates <aii
30-day trial period. No obligation.
BRUNSWICK PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY
'Where We Offer'
Sick Room Supplies ? Blood Pressure Tests
Drive-Up Window ? Senior Citizen's Discount
Across from the hospital in Supply 754-81 55
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