ANN1K S. HKWKTI
Annie S. Hcwcii. 86, ol Autumn
Care Nursing Center, died June 25.
The funeral was hold June 2S in
the chapel of Brunswick Funeral
Service by Rev. Danny llewett.
Burial was in Silent Grove Cem
Survivors include a son, Harry L.
Hcwett of Supply: a daughter, Mil
dred Szucs ol Holdcn Beach; 17
grandchildren: 32 great-grandchil
dren; and two great-great-grandchil
Gladys Clemmons Dyson, 80. of
Wilmington died June 25 in New
Hanover Regional Medical Center.
The funeral was held June 27 in
Audio* n Mortuary Market Street
Survivors include her daughter,
June Dyson of the home; two step
daughteis. Georgia Williams ol Wil
mington and Diane Norman ot
Jacksonville. Ma.; three stepsons.
Harry Shelton Dyson and John
William Dyson ol Wilmington, and
Bcrgie Dyson of Arkansas; two sis
ters. Henrietta Wrench and Pearl
Caison of Wilmington; and several
J EA NINE Bl 1. 1, A HI) SCA F FF
Jcaninc Rillaud Scaffc, 60, of
Route 3. Lcland, died June 26 in
New Hanover Regional Medical
Phe funeral was held June 28 in
Andrews Mortuary Market Street
Chapel by the Rev. Benjamin West.
Survivors include her mother,
Marie Plane Andrce Vincent; two
sons. Mickey Senile of Jacksonville
and Richard Scaffc of Charlotte; a
daughter, Patricia S. Sabia of Fayct
tcville: three grandchildren; and a
brother, Lucicn Billaud of France.
VANDER IIOBSON MC( Al l.
Vander Hobs n McCall, 58. of
Route 1, Bolivia, died June 25 at his
The funeral was held June 28 at
Gospel Center Baptist Church with
the Rev. Ttnkli Fennell and the Rev.
R.C. Dixon officiating. Burial fol
lowed in Dixon Chapel United
Methodist Church Cemetery.
Survivors include his wife. Ada
Rivenhark VtcCall of Bolivia; two
sons, Lynn McCall and Wade Mc
Call of Supply; his stepmother,
Lovie McCall of Bolivia; a brother.
Earl McCall of Supply; three sis
ters. Pauline Walton of Winnabow,
Mildred Hanslcy of Supply and
Barbara Hewett of Ash; and four
JOYCK CANNADY WEST
Joyce Cannady West, 53, of Route
3, Supply, tlied June 26 at her home.
The funeral was held June 28 at
Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Service
Chapel in Supply with the Rev.
Norman Bellamy, the Rev. Ed Rob
inson and the Rev. Walt Ellington
officiating. Entombment was in
Greenlaw n Memorial Park Mauso
Survivors include a son, Edward
West of Hampton. Y'a.; a daughter.
Carolyn Sexton of Supply: two
grandchildren, Allison West and
Jennifer Sexton; lour brothers and
In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be made to Lower Cape Fear
Hospice, P.O. Box 1926. Shallouc,
UFA. A. S. BRIDC.KRS
The Rev. Alton Scarborough Brid
gers, 59, of Route 2, Leland. died
June in New Hanover Regional
Medical Center. Wilmington.
The funeral was conducted June
29 in Leland Baptist Church by the
Rev. Billy Buchanan, the Rev. Eu
gene Gaskins, and the Rev. Ronald
Hester. Burial followed in the
Leland Baptist Church Cemetery.
Survivors include his wife, Mar
tha Lewis Bridgcrs of the home;
two sons. Alton Timothy Bridgcrs
of Leland and Hal Jeffrey Bridgcrs
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Dr. Robin Labod
Answers to your
Diabetes & Your Eyes
Q. What is diabetes?
A. Diabetes is a disease that prevents your body from making or
using insulin to break down sugar in your bloodstream.
Q. How does diabetes affect the eye?
A. Diabetes and its complications can affect many parts of the eye.
rv~u~* ? -? ? ? ? -
Diahetes can c3ucc changes in nearsightedness, farsightedness
and premature presbyopia (the inability to focus on close ob
jects). It can result in cataracts, glaucoma, a lack of eye muscle
coordination (strabismus) and in decreased corneal sensitivity.
Visual symptoms of diabetes include fluctuating or blurring of vi
sion, occasional double vision, loss of visual field and flashes
and floaters within the eyes. Sometimes these early signs of dia
betes are detected in a thorough optometric examination. The
most serious eye problem associated with diabetes is diabetic
Q. What is retinopathy?
A. Diabetic retinopathy occurs when there is a weakening or
swelling of the tiny blood vessels in the retina of your eye, re
sulting in blood leakage, the growth of new blood vessels and
other changes. If diabetic retinopathy is left untreated, blindness
Q. Can vision loss from diabetes be prevented?
A. Yes, in a routine eye examination, your optometrist can diag
nose potential vision threatening changes in your eye that may
be treated to prevent blindness. However, once damage has
occurred, the effects a^e usually permanent. It is important to
control your diabetes as much as possible to minimize your risk
of developing retinopathy.
Q. How is diabetic retinopathy treated?
A. In the early stages diabetic retinopathy can be treated with laser
therapy. A bright beam of light is focused on the retina, causing
a burn which seals off leaking blood vessels. In other cases,
surgery inside the eye may be necessary. Early detection of di
abetic retinopathy is crucial
Q. Are there any risk factors for developing retinopathy?
A. Several factors that increase the risk of developing retinopathy
include smoking, high blood pressure, drinking alcohol and
Q.How can diabetes related eye problems be prevented?
A. Monitor and maintain control of your diabetes. See your physi
cian regula'iy and follow instructions about diet, exercise and
medication. See your optometrist, an eye care specialist, for a
thorough eye examination when you are first diagnosed as a di
abetic, at least annually thereafter and more frequently if recom
In the interest of better vision from the office of:
Brunswick Vision Care
Chris Moshoures, O.D.
Fine St., Shallotte. 754-2020
Salt Marsh Sq.. Calabash, 579-4020
of Southport; two daughters, A lease
Roberts of Swansboro and Kuth
Henry of Leland; II grandchildren:
one great-grandchild: two brothers,
Howard T. Bridgers of Hopewell,
Va.. and Richard B. Bridgers of
Kli/abethtown; three sisters, Juanita
Baysden of Jacksonville. Ronnie
Rush of Clarkton and Martha Dak
Icy of Jacksonville.
Memorials may be made to the
Town Creek Rescue Squad.
RKV. DAVID I.. MOK
The Rev. David Laughlin Moe,
7f>. of Long Beach, died June 27 at
IXisher Memorial Hospital tn
Southport. He wa
llic funeral was conducted June
?() at Ocean View United Methodist
Church in Yaupon Beach with the
Rev. Gabriel Galdo and she Rev.
Fred Roberts officiating. A burial
service w'as held in Sharon United
Methodist Church Cemetery,
Holdcn Beach, with the Rev. Hobart
W. Burnsidc Jr. assisting.
Boni March II. 1915, in China,
was the son of the late John J. and
Martha Laughlin Moe. He retired to
Long Beach in 1980. He was a U.S.
Marine Corps veteran of World War
II and was a retired United
He had served in the Northern
New York Conference for 10 years.
Also he had serv ed nine churches in
the North Carolina Conference, in
cluding Camp United Methodist
Church in Shallottc and Sharon
United Methodist Church at Holdcn
He attended Ocean View United
Methodist Church at the lime of his
Survivors include his wife, Manlu
Williamson Moe of the home; a son,
William K. Moe of Raleigh; a daugh
ter. Beverly Mix* Cheers of Wilm
ington; three sisters. Esther Krusc ol
Halifax. Nova Scotia. Eunice Block
of Denver, Colo., and Trudy Snider
of Miami, Fla.; and two grandchil
dren, Stephanie and I>avid Cheers of
Memorial contributions may be
made Ocean View United Metho
dist Church Building Fund or I ong
Beach Rescue Squad.
JAMKS OMKR CULLKN
James Omer Cullen, 65, of Brick
Landing Plantation, died June 29 in
Autumn Care Nursing Center,
A funeral Mass was held July 1 at
Si. Brendan's Oitholic Church by
the Rev. Francis Maloney. Burial
was in Brunswick Memorial Gar
Survivors includc his wife,
Martha V. Cullen; two sons, James
Timothy Cullen of Livonia, Mich.,
and Sherman McGrcw of Harving
ton. Conn.; two daughters, Patricia
Wright of Brick, NJ., and Susan
Smith of Belleview, Wash.; a broth
er, Robert Cullen of Chcrryvillc; a
sister,, Lorraine Perkins of Nashua,
N.H.; and 15 grandchildren.
JAMKS KDGAR KKARNS JR.
James Edgar Kcams Jr., 48, of
Long Beach died June 27 at his resi
The funeral was held July 1 in
Cape Fear Memorial Park, South
GLADYS BURNS DKNNIS
Gladys Burns Dennis, 72, of
Route 1, Shallottc, died June 26 at
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Lila Marlcne Miller, 54, of Route
6, S ha I lone, died June 24 at Grand
Strand General Hospital, Myrtle
The funeral was held June 27 at
Brunswick Funeral Service, Shallot
te. Buiial followed in Brunswick
Freddie M*x)re, 44, formerly of
Southport, died June 27 in New
DOROTHY M. ZAIIRNDT
Dorothy M. Zahrndt, 71, of
Brierwood Estates, Shallotto, died
June 24> at New Hanover Regional
Medical Center, Wilmington.
Services were held July 2 in the
chapel of Brunswick Funeral
Klaas Molenaar, 70, of Pine Lake
Villas, Shallottc, died Jinc 27 at The
The funeral was held July 1 at the
chapel of Brunswick Funeral Ser
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