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Deaths And. Funerals
Bertha Fay Howard Eury, 72, of
Roule 1, Evergreen, and formerly of
Albemarle, died Feb. 22 in Autumn
Care Nursing Center, Shallotle. She
was a retired textile mill spinner.
The funeral was Feb. 25 in Pop
lins Grove Baptist Church, with the
Rev. t*arr?;ii Siiiiii|Ax.k oiTmainig.
Burial was in Poplins Grove Baptist
She >vas born Oct. 29, 1918, to
Ethel Corella Burleson Howard of
Whitevillc and the late Samuel Of
fie Howard. She was the widow of
Leonard James Eury, who died
March 12, 1985. She was a member
of Cordova Baptist Church of Rock
Survivors in addition to her
moiiici include three daughters,
Shelby Jean Lockhart of Cox Creek,
Ken., Carolyn Yvonne Holshouser
and Sylvia Janctte Holshouser, both
of Albemarle; a brother. Dee How
ard of Albemarle; three sisters, Bet
ty Adkins of Albemarle, Margaret
y. Crisco of Oakboro and Pat Kis
sam of Route 1 , Evergreen.
STEPHEN ANTHONY COOK
Stephen Anthony Cook, 31, of
Leland, died at home Feb. 17.
The funeral for the Columbus
County native was Feb. 20 at
Whitevillc First Baptist, with Dr.
Roger B. Gilbert, the Rev. Guy
Soulc Jr. and the Rev. John M. Pev
erett officiating. Burial was in Lake
Cook was a member of Hallsboro
Baptist Church and was a veteran of
the U.S. Navy. He had also been a
production supervisor with Louisi
ana Filing Company and had attend
ed the School of the Arts in Atlanta,
Survivors include his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John V. Cook of White
villc; a daughter, Jessica Lynn Cook
of Stuart, Va.; and three brothers,
Richard Earl Cook of Muskegon,
Mich., and John Allen Cook and Al
bert Carlton Cook, both of Halls
ANN B. CAUSEY
Ann Baxlcy Causey, 53, of Myr
tle Beach, S.C., died Feb. 18 at
Grand Strand General Hospital. She
was the sister-in-law of Mark (Bus
ter) Causey of Supply and Mitchelle
Evans of Ash.
The funeral was Feb. 20 at First
Baptist Church of Myrtle Beach,
Willi iiic Rev. Can Cuinptuii uiiu uic
Rev. Wayne Brown officiating. Eur
ial was in Ocean Woods Cemetery.
She was born April 27, 1937, in
Georgetown, S.C., a daughter of
Oletta Canaway Baxley and the late
Alford Patrick Baxlcy. She had
worked for GTE for 29 years in
management. She was a member
and per! president of the American
Businesswomens Association and
was its Woman of the Year in 1979.
She W2s 2 nicmbflr the AFPIA of
Myrtle Beach, the Sun Fun Club,
the Telephone Pioneers of America
and served on die board of Helping
Hand of Myrde Beach. She was a
member of First Baptist Church of
Myrtle Beach and the Williamson
Sunday School Class.
Survivors in addition to her
mother include a son, John Patrick
Causey of Myrtle Beach; three
daughters. Donna Rhea Causey of
Winston-Salem; Carolyn C. Perry ol
Myrtle Beach and Libby C. Ward of
Fayctteville; three brothers, A1 Bax
ley of Andres, Chuck Baxley of
Hickory and Vemon Baxley of
Greenville; a sister, Joy B. White of
Memorials may be made to First
Baptist Church of Myrtle Beach
Building Fund, 401 N. Kings High
way, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 or
Duke University Mcdical Center
Canccr Clinic, Durham, NC 27710.
James Robert Redwine, 73, of
Route 7, Grissettown, died Feb. 25
at New Hanover Regional Mcdical
The funeral was to be held 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 27, in Thomas
boro Free Will Baptist Church, with
the Rev. Jerome Jenrette and the
Rev. Jerry Darnell officiating. Buri
al was to be in Brooks Cemetery.
Redwinc was born in Brunswick
County on Feb. 27, 1917, a son of
the late William Henry (Willie) and
Ora Millikcn Redwine. He was re
tired from the N.C. Department of
Transportation and was a U.S. Ma
rine CofpS VCitiaii.
Survivors include his wife, Lina
Belle Russ Redwine of the home;
two daughters, Linda Banks of
Greenville, S.C.. and Valli Evans of
Winnabow; three brothers, Ruffin
Redwine, Willard Redwine and Le
Grande Redwine, all of Shallotte; a
sister, Dorothy Pierce of Haw
River; four grandchildren; and one
The family asked that memorials
Jv marlf. in Thomas horo Free Will
Bapiist Church Building Fund,
Route 7, Shallotte, N.C. 28459.
William (Sonny) Hankins of
Shallotte died Feb. 25 at New
Hanover Regional Mcdical Center,
Wilmington. He was a former po
liceman with the Town of Shallotte,
a longshoreman and also owned and
operated a catering service.
The funeral was to be held today
(Thursday) at 2 p.m. at Pleasant Hill
Bapiist Church, Shallotte, with the
Rev. Vaughn Cherry offit jl?ng.
Burial was to be in Stanley Ceme
Annual donations for Gurganus
Cemetery at Shallotte Point arc be
ing sought, said Sandra Huddle.
The contributions are used to
cover the cost of maintaining the
grounds. Checks should be sent to
Sandra Huddle, Route 6, Box 464,
Shallotte, N.C. 28459
Those with family members or
friends buried in the cemetery are
asked to contribute.
CEDAR GROVE AREA NFWS
Ocean View Union To Convene
BY BARBARA T. HEWETT
On Saturday, March 2, the 14
churches of Ocean View Association
delegates, at Un
tist Church in
Tabor City, star
ting at 9:30 a.m.
ins will preside,
assisted by the
Rev. M. C. Her
ring, advisor; Louise Cause and Fe
licia Stanley, assistant young adult
directors; and Vicki Jenrettc, young
adult president; Arvella Marlowe
and Dorothy Lee Frink, youth su
A lunch will be served and the
young adult and youth departments
will present the afternoon services.
The Rev. Gregory Hewett of Ce
dar Grove will present the sermon
of the day.
Cedar Grove delegates are Lucille
Fullwood and Charlene Johnson,
with Laymon Hodges Morgan and
Barbara Turner Hewett as alternates.
Churches Mark Month
Two Supply area churches recent
ly presented programs that high
lighted the accomplishments of Af
At Cedar Grove, participants in
cluded individuals who arc making
a difference in Brunswick County
through their positions. These in
cluded Mauic Lorene Williams,
support programs director for the
county schools, who gave a motiva
Two other educators. Superinten
dent P, R. Hankins and retired prin
cipal Jonathan Hankins, also gave
short motivational speeches to en
courage a more positive attitude to
ward academic achievement among
youths and adults. One never grows
too old to learn, and basic education
provisions liavc been made for this
purpose through community facili
Youths of the church also partici
pated, with a presentation called
Acts 1, 2 and 3 that portrayed the
history of African Americans, from
the times of Queen Ncfcrtiti (Jenni
fer Hcwett) and the king of the
Zulus (John Gore Shaka) to emanci
pation from slavery, with portrayals
of famous African Americans of the
period such as Harriet Tubman and
Frederick Douglas by Wanda
Morgan, Ebony Grissetl, Tina Bry
ant, Josh Bryant and Marcus Gause.
The closing act, "We Shall Over
come," featured O'Keya Hcwett,
Travis Johnson, Derrick Bryant,
Lonnie Hcwett and Marcus Bernard
as more rcccnt influential African
Americans, such as Mary McLcod
Bcthunc, W.E.B. Du Bois and Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Rita Hargroves issued a final
challenge to continue the pursuit of
Pcrita Price and Saundra Robin
son presented various recognitions.
At Little Macedonia Baptist
Church, members dressed in cloth
ing of yesteryear, overalls and floor
length ruffled dresses and bonnets.
Louise Jackson, a native who has
returned home from New York
State, read her own writings against
a background of traditional African
Afterwards Cora Frink recogniz
ed members who have made special
contributions to the church family.
These included William and Troy
Jacobs, sons of the pastor, the Rev.
Worship Services Sunday 9 30 AM
VFW COMMUNITY HALL
TRADERS' VILLAGE, CALABASH
Charles Jacobs, in recognition of
iheir dedicated and obedient atti
Ola Frink was cited for her con
tributions in gospel songs; Elizabeth
Stevenson for service and faithful
ness; and Barbara T. Hewett for be
ing the first native of the county to
serve as state youth supervisor for
the women's Home and Foreign
Happy birthday to Irene Scott,
Raphael Johnson, Lacca Bromell,
Gerald Marlowe, Don Bryant, Gina
Hewett, Eva Willctts, Laurelta
Hewett, Bradford Lee Hewett, Edith
Johnson, Lena Flowers, Calvin
Boykins, Wayne Johnson, Herbert
Williams III, Herbert Williams II
and Sheila Hewett.
Be sure to listen to Radio Station
WVCB (1410 AM) in Shallotte on
Thursdays at 3 p.m. and Saturdays
at 10:15 a.m. for the Cedar Grove
Area News. On Sunday evenings,
listen for the Moments of Inspir
ation gospel music program.
The Scripture of the week comes
from Numbers 6:1, 'The Lord bless
thee and keep thee. The Lord make
his face shine upon thee, and be
gracious unto thee. The Lord lift up
his countenance upon thee and give
United Methodist Church
Sunday Worship 9:00 A.M.
Sunday School 10:15-11:00
CASUAL DRESS ? NURSERY PROVIDED
Pastor: Tiie Rev. Camilk Yorkey Edwards
Hwy. 179 at Ocean Isle Beach
1/2 mile east o( OIB Intersection
A proud tradition of dignified service
to every family's needs.
Funeral Flowers and
Hwy. 17 N., Supply
CifOl TMC BRUNSWICK BEACON
Survivors include his wife, Laura
Ruth Hankins of the home; two
daughters, Linda Williams and Jan
ice Johnson Hankins; and two sons.
Osby Hankins and William Sled
WILLIAM DAVID DICK
William David Dick. 74, of Route
5, Leland, died Feb. 22 at his home.
The funeral was Feb. 26 at Bethel
Baptist Church, Southport, with
burial in the church cemetery.
Evangeline M. Brown of Route 1.
Winnabow, died Feb. 21.
The funeral was conducted Feb.
25 at Kendall Chapel AME Church.
Burial was in Dark Branch Ceme
PERRY C. SMITH
Perry C. Smith, 44, of Bolivia,
died Feb. 21.
The funeral was held Feb. 24 at
Friendship Holiness Church, with
burial in Evans Cemetery.
Quartet lo bing
Qccar. View Baptist Church invites the public to hear :hc Ccthscm
ane Quartet Sunday, March /, starting at 7 p.m. The church is lo
cated on N.C. 179 between Ocean Isle Beach and Sunset Beach.
Shallotte Presbyterian Sets Cornerstone
Members of Shallolte Presbyteri
Oil ^IIUIVII ^aUIVIVAi Ul lilv CUMdUUV
tion site of their new worship facili
ty Sunday for the laying of the cor
The ceremony came near the
close of the regular worship hour.
A committee led by Elder John
Foster selected items to enclose in
the cornerstone ana planned the
The church expects to occupy the
new facility sometime during March,
said the Rev. William E. Thomas,
who is serving as the church's inter
im pastor following the retirement of
the Rev. Dan Norman last Septem
The new structure, located off
U.S. 17 behind the West Brunswick
Branch Library, is the first phase of
a larger overall project.
Tne Seiiers Drive building wiii
Sacred Heart Catholic Church of
Southport will hold a dedication
ceremony Sunday, March 17, at 4
p.m. at the new church building,
said spokesperson Florence Greene.
Construction was recently com
pleted on the church, which is locat
ed at the intersection of N.C. 133
and N.C. 211 in Soulhport.
For more information on Sacred
Heart Catholic Church, contact Ted
Revival services will be held at
Shell Point Baptist Church March 3
The Rev. David Woodley or High
Point Baptist Church in Conway,
S.C., will be the guest speaker for
the services, which begin at 7 p.m.
Sunday and at 7:30 p.m. weekdays.
Sunday, March 10, will be Youth
Day at the church.
During the 11 a.m. worship ser
vice Christian ventriloquist Lorie
Harris of Leland will be featured.
The gospel quartet The Altarmen
will be featured during the 7 p.m.
EvciyOfrc iS wcICGiTic, lfiuiCmcu a
A series of special Lenten studies
sponsored by Calabash Presbyterian
Church continues Tuesdays at 10
a.m. in the church office at the rear
of Calabash Barber Shop.
The focus of the March 5 study
will be What is Seder? Participants
will explore the meanings of the
feast that are part of the Easter story
The studies continue through the
season of Lent.
On March 3, the Nicene Creed
will be the first in a number of ser
mons by the pastor, the Rev. Francis
Womack, on the confessions used in
the Presbyterian Church.
Little River United Methodist
Church at Little River, S.C., is con
tinuing its Lenten season focus.
Each Sunday through March 24
the Rev. Franklin Hartscll, pastor, is
leading a study entitled Questions of
Faith at 7 p.m., following a bring
your-own snack supper at 6:30 p.m.
All services at die church are be
ing held in the social hall, since
construction has begun on the new.
Stanleys To Sing
The Stanley Family of Conway,
S.C., will be the featured perform
ers at a sing scheduled Sunday,
March 3, at 6 p.m. in Oak Grove
Baptist Church, said Effie Evans,
The Rev. Russell Hewitt invites
the public to attend. The church is
located on Holden Beach Road.
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