CEDAR GROVE AREA NFWS
Families , Nation Salute Roots Du
This weekend marks a lime of
beginnings lor our nation and brings
family, friends and others together
places to ex
press their com
support for the
in the world and
the only one
with the motto,
"In God We
lies gather over the July 4th holiday
to celebrate their own roots as well,
including the Hcwett, Bryant and
Reaves clans locally.
Descendants of the late Jim and
Holland Lancaster Biyant used to
gather at the home of Annie R.
Bryant, but this year as last their re
union will be at the District II
Community Building on Stanbury
Road Saturday, July 6.
Many will worship together at
Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist
Church on Sunday, then share in the
Riley Hewett reunion scheduled af
ter Sunday's worship service.
The Major Daniel Reaves family
reunion takes place Saturday, July
6, at 2 p.m. at the Piney Grove
Community Building in Bolivia,
with worship at Kendall Chapel
Church or at an alternate location
announced at Saturday's picnic.
The Riley Hewcu reunion will
take place at the Discirict II Com
munity Building on Stanbury Road
Sunday, July 7, following the wor
ship service at Cedar Grove.
Bryant-llankins Reunion Held
Sunday morning found members
of the Bryant-Hankins family wor
shipping together at Cedar Grove
Missionary Baptist Church as part
of their reunion.
Addressing the congregation on
the family's behalf was James
Covington II of Charlotte, the son
of Ether Covington anil the late
James Robert Covington Sr.
The family picnicked Saturday at
Waccamaw Township Park and also
enjoyed a family dinner at the home
of Thomas and Edna Cause, pre
pared by Arvella Marlowe.
Eugene and Madeline Hewetl's
granddaughter, Tancidra DcNanc
Hcwctt, has been recognized for her
achievements as a third grade stu
dent at Guilford Middle School in
Greensboro. She is the daughter of
Tancidra received the Super
intendent's Award for earning all
A's throughout the year, an acadcm
ic cxcellencc award from the Black
Caucus at North Carolina A. & T.
University and an art award for a
collagc. Over the River. She did
well on standardized testing this
year and will be in an academically
gifted class again next year. Con
Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist
Church of Shallottc recognized
Donnie Robinson as its oldest male
member during its 11 o'clock wor
ship service Sunday. He has cele
brated his 79lh birthday.
Lewis Stanley, secretary, did the
Be sure to listen to WVCB (1410
AM) radio station in Shallotte for
the Cedar Grove Area News at 3
p.m. Thursdays and 10:15 a.m. Sat
urdays. On Sunday evenings listen
for the Moments of Inspiration
gospel music ministry.
The Scripture of the week comes
from Psalms 41, "Blessed is he that
considercth the poor: the Lord will
deliver him in the time nf irnnhie "
Seaside UMC To Break Ground For Building
Seaside United Methodist Church
will celebrate two major events in
the life of the congregation Sunday,
July 7 ? its sccond anniversary and
the groundbreaking for its first per
Birthday celebrations arc planned
as part of the 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
worship services, with the ground
breaking to be held at 12 noon. A
motorcade of members and friends
of the church will travel from
Seaside's meeting place on N.C.
179 to the church building site on
N.C. 904 for the ccremcny, return
ing afterwards for light refresh
ments. Officials in local towns have
been invited to attend.
Representing the North Carolina
Annual Conference at the event will
be the Rev. Dr. Sam McMillan, su
perintendent of the Wilmington
Dirrict. He will be presenting a
S25,(XX) grant from the Board of
Missions, Inc. of the United
Methodist Church to Seaside, said
the Rev. Camillc Yorkcy Edwards,
The grant is one of four the church
has received or cxpccts to receive for
the building project. Others include
two grants of S25.000 each from the
S10 Club for the land and building, a
S75,0(X) grant from the Duke
Endowment Fund and 5100,000
from the United Methodist Spiiil of
Tomorrow capital project fund.
Members arc also raising
SI 63 ,500 through yard sales,
spaghetti dinners and other projects
and have compiled a cookbook that
will be available this summer.
Another S35 1,500 will be bor
Paul Justice is chairman of
Seaside UMC's building committee
and Al Morrison is chairman of the
building finance committee.
The 9.100 square foot multipur
pose building is cxpcctcd to cost ap
proximately S765,000. It will be
constnictcd on a five-acre tract
along N.C. 904. It will include a
multipurpose room, gathering hall,
kitchen, support wing with offices
and choir room, and educational
wing with classrooms. An adjacent
playground is planned.
Odcll and Virginia Williamson
donated 3.2 acres of the property
and the church purchased the other
Seaside UMC was organized fol
lowing a community needs survey
Earlier Worship Schedule Planned
During the summer months, Shal
lottc Presbyterian Church is holding
its worship services at 10 a.m., ac
cording to the Rev. William Thom
as, interim pastor.
On September 8, the church will
resume its usual schedule of 9:45
a.m. Sunday School and 11 a.m.
The church is located at 5070
Main Street, Shallottc.
Bible School Planned
New Life Assembly will hold
Vacation Bible School July 8-12
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The theme is Share God's Bles
sings. Ages 3 to 18 are invited.
Commencement will be Sunday,
July 14, at 7:30 p.m.
A Bible School parade through
the local community will be held
Sunday, July 7.
Groups To Sing
Two local groups will be featured
in a sing Sunday, July 7, at 2:30 p.m.
at Holy Light Pentecostal Church on
Exum Road, Ash.
Featured will be the Richardson
Family and Von Ferguson and the
The public is invited.
Custer At Chapel
Dr. Harold Custer, a Methodist
minister from Parkersburg, W.V., is
the pastor of the week at The Hold
en Beach Chapel.
He will deliver the message Sun
day, July 7, at the interdenomina
tional chapel on Rothschild Street,
Worship services begin at 11
a.m., preceded by Sunday School at
Worship Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallottc Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Saffrit
conducted in January 1989.
The church held its first worship
service July 2, 1989, in its tempo
rary quarters in the vacant
Brunswick Islands furniture store.
The constituting charge conference
was held Jan. 21, 1990, with 92 in
dividuals becoming full members of
Seaside UNC serves a growing
population in a community that ex
tends from the South Carolina state
line to Brick Landing and includes
the towns of Calabash, Sunset
Beach and Ocean Isle Beach.
lis 150-plus members arc actively
in mission. The church is a member
of the South Brunswick Intcrchurch
Councii, with its clothes closet,
food bank and other ministries; and
supports all United Methodist pro
grams, including a Rural Health
Care project in Bolivia, S.A., and
the Robeson County Church and
Community Center in Lumbcrton.
One group of members has com
pleted American Red Cross disaster
preparedness training so that the
church can offer community assis
tance in the event of a hurricane.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Wednesday, July 3
Ellon Hcwcu, Vcmon Payne,
Lynnc May, Motcllc Knighl. Kelly
Baxlcy, Porter Sing, Jeanne Z.
King; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parker,
Mr. and Mrs. Dcllic Wilson, Mr.
and Mrs. Dean Hcwcu.
Thursday, July 4
Susan Phelps Hcwcu, Jerry Lewis,
Brian Thomas Furr, Mary Thomas
Bclmore, Chris Robinson, Suzann
Schutte, Melissa Cheers, Lou Ban
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fulwood.
Friday, July 5
Phillip Brinsficld, Al B. Millikcn,
Morris Hall, Helen White, Eloisc
Inman, Gwen Causey.
Saturday, July 6
Jimmy Stanley, John Schwab II,
Tom Roberts, Robin Caison, Teresa
Moore, Gail H. Hcwcu, Paula
James, Kathcm Fulford, Doug Bax
lcy, Allison Harris; Mr. and Mrs.
Emmanuel Evans, Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday, July 7
Joshua Wesley Gaughf, David
Everctte Kelly III, Richard "Richic"
Brcnnan, Edwin Holdcn, Charles
Todd, Wanda C. Canady, Busier
Dowless, Harriet Bellamy, Alanna
McCarthy, Kathryn Louise Wilson,
Tom Dennie, Joe Gupton, Bill Ellis,
Rebecca Watson, A.J. McCullough;
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Lewis.
United Methodist Church
9:00 AM Worship Service & Sundav School
10:00-10:30 AM Fellowship
10:30 Ai\'. Worship Service
CASUAL DRESS ? NURSERY PROVIDED
Pastor: The Rev. Cainllle Yorkev Edwards
Hwy. 179 at Ocean Isle Beach
1 12 mile east of OIB intersection
Brunswick Islands Medical Associates, P.A.
is now at their new location
(South Brunswick Islands
Hw y. 17 South at Union (School Road
Michael W. Wilkerson. MD Gary D. Doss. MD
Marcus P. Williams. MD
Ciw THE BRUNSW CK BCACON
Monday, July 8
Cindy Inman Noble, Bcih Sch
wab, Dclana Raines, Maricllcn Bcs
scnt, Diannc Loughran, Jean Gold,
John F. Parker Jr., Willie R. Caison,
Mike Parker, Jimmy Watson, Donna
DeBoise, Greg White, Cecil Logan,
Lori Hcwcu, Ginger Smith; Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Evans, Mr. and Mrs.
Magnus Hewetl, Mr. and Mrs.
Orbie Eugene Inman.
Tuesday, July 9
Tim Stone, Al Ward, Jenny L.
Trcst, Susan Fields, Al Milliken,
Lori McCumbcc, Elbert Pigott, Mat
thew Babson, Kate Williamson, Bert
Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Whitfield.
Wednesday, July 10
Norwood E. Bellamy, Geof Wil
son, Wendy Milligan, Ed Gore,
Kathryn Blalock, Laura Ailccn
Spencer, Roger Morton, George F.
Wilson, Karen Galloway, Dallas C.
Phelps, Buddy Stanley, Jerry
Frciias, Sharon Cooke, Forest Tem
ple, Allison Rcnec Workman; Bill
and Donna Salmon.
Worship Services Sunday 9:30 AM
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Entertaining for the Soul
Singing for Jesus will be:
Glory Road Quartet
Von Ferguson & The Coastal Voices
Thomasboro Freewill Baptist Church. Thomasboro, MC
July 6 at 7:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be served
HEARING filD CLINIC
9 A.M.-2 P.M.
Certified licensed hearing aid
dealer will be here to conduct
hearing tests and make evalu
ations this Saturday.
Ear Molds Cleaned
Hearing Aid Evaluations
Repair Estimates (All Models)
30-day trial period. No obligation. Home calls available.
BRUNSWICK PROFESSIONAL PHfiRMfiCY
Across from the hospital in Supply c?-thebbu*swcx?iacon 754-8155
We are pleased to announce
the association, effective July 1, 1991 , of
Gary D. Ross, MD
' ? ? * f?Tx
in the practice of
General And Internal Medicine
with special interest in
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Diabetes Care and Manaqement
Brunswick Islands Medical Associates, PA.
at their new location in the
South Brunswick Islands Medical Park
Junction of Hwy. 1 7 And Union School Road
(Approximately 5 miles south ofShallotte)
Now accepting appointments