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1 1 /Ml I SU l.Yf / } and Sandra Hoyd make announcements during the Children's Sand and Surf Mission last Thursday morning at
Ocean Isle Iteach before a group of 25 children.
Kids Reach Out To Other Kids With Sand And Surf Mission
I?Y IONIA IK 1ST
ilio Children's Sand and Surl
Mission (t'SSM) came to Ocean Isle
Boach for the tirst time last week,
uiih children teaching children about
Jesus "in a creative way."
" lliis is done through the use of
puppets, skits, and songs," said the
the director, the Rev. Steven Boyd,
called Stfuffau' by the children.
"The program involves the entire
audience. F.veryone has an interest
ing team name."
According to Hoyd, the children's
ministry began 130 years ago in
Scotland. It came to the United
Suites in the 1950's.
The ministry consists of one
week programs at different beaches,
including more than 30 missions
this summer along the East Coast.
CSSM is part of the Children's
Ministry in Pittsburgh, Pa.
This is the only ministry this
summer lor Rev. Hoyd, his wife,
Sandra, and the IS child missionar
ics, all of Greensboro.
Lorna Morris of Utile River,
S.C., is responsible for coordinating
the mission at Occan Isle.
Another CSSM was held at
Cherry Grove, S.C., the first week
of July by a different group of
Boyd said the CSSM programs
reach children and adults, with be
tween 20 to 100 children gathering
each morning beneath the bright red
CSSM banner on the strand.
"Local churchcs have brought
kids, and parents often plan their
vacations around the program," he
'The response at Ocean Isle has
not been that great, but it is new to
the area," Boyd continued. "1 am
glad we were able U) come to this
beach and I hope we are back next
The mission met at 10 a.m., with
Bible study at 7 p.m. near the cross
west of the Ocean Isle Beach Pier.
Deaths And Funerals
Ill N.I.W1IN F. VICK
Benjamin Franklin Vick. 71. of
iho Tilly Swamp community, S.C..
died Jul) 41 in Conway Hospital.
Conway. S.C.. alter an 'Ilncss.
The Itinera I was held July 11 in
Goldfinch Funeral Home chapel
with the Rev. l.amar Boulware and
the Rev. Charles Thrower officiat
ing. Burial followed in Reaves
Survivors include his wile.
Pearlene Carroll Vick of Conway.
S.C.: five sons, Douglas Vick of
Calabash. Jell. Keith and Kip Vick,
all ol Conway, and Joey Vick of
Myrtle Beach. S.C.: live daughters,
Martha Thompson of Winston
Salem and Marilyn Stalvcy and
Nicki Bishop, both of Conway,
Becky Daniel of Florence, S.C., and
Terry Harris of Spartanburg. S.C.: a
sister, F.lla Golden of ShaMottc; 10
grandchildren; and two great-grand
Memorials may be made to the
American Cancer Society, Horry
County Chapter, P.O. Box 327,
Myrtle Beach, S C. 2<)577.
JULIA CAROl. I.VANS
Julia Carol "Scooter" Evans, 16,
of Route 3, Supply died July from
injuries sustained in an automobile
She was a rising junior at West
Brunswick High School and had
been employed with Holden Beach
Seafood for three years.
'Flie funeral was held July 12 at
Oak Grove Baptist Church with the
Rev. Paul Schaelfer anil the Rev.
Gary Casola officiating. Burial fol
lowed in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Survivors include her mother and
stepfather, Teresa and Calvin
Thompson ol the home: her father,
Brooks Ward ol Longwood; a
brother, Raymond Thompson of the
home; three sisters, Michelle Ward,
Sarah Ward anil Starla Ward, all of
Longwood; her maternal grand
A team of young people from the
First Baptist Church ol Fort Mill,
S.C., will be in the Shallotte-llolden
Beach area on a summer mission
trip July 20-25.
On Sunday, July 21, they will
participate in the service of Holden
Beach Baptist Mission located be
side True Value Hardware on Hold
en Beach Road. A concert at 7:30
p.m. will include music, clowns and
On Tuesday, Jul) 23 at 7:^0 p.m.,
the group will present another pro
gram at the Mission and on Wed
nesday, July 24, will he at Antioch
Baptist Church, Midway Road, Bo
United Methodist Church
9 00 AM Worship Scivict & Sunday School
10 00-10 .10 AM Fellowship
10:30 AM Workup Service
CASUAL DRESS ? NURSERY PROVIDED
I-rtStor The Rev. Canulle Yoikcy Edwards
Hwy 1 |4i at 0(t Mr tir.u h
I i tin l? ? >>t ol uttt tuti. turn
mother, Libby Evans ol Supply; her
maternal great-grandmother, Carrie
Lovett of Longwood; her paternal
grandmother. Annie Mae Thompson
Galloway of Supply; paternal
grandparents. Cone/, ami Mahle
Ward ol Longwood; and paternal
great-grandmother, Alpha Ward of
JOAN I'INKK DOSI1KK
Joan Piner Dosher, 46, of Long
Beach Road, died July 13 at Dosher
The funeral was held July 16 at
Southport Presbyterian Church with
the Dr. Murray Page officiating.
Interment was in Northwood
Survivors include her husband,
John William Dosher of the home; a
son, John W. Dosher Jr. of
Southport; a daughter. Heather A.
Dosher of Southport; her mother,
Gladys Johnson of Southport; five
brothers, Woodrow Piner Jr. of
Dassel, Minn., Steven Piner of
Englewood, Colo., Charles Johnson
of Southport. David Johnson of
Bolivia and James Johnson of
Boiling Spring Lakes; and two sis
ters, Margie Wolfe of Sanford and
Marilyn Gaines of Wilmington.
Memorial contributions may be
made to the organization of the
Elizabeth Lewis Hammond, 74,
of Leland, died July 15 in New
Hanover Regional Medical Center,
The funeral was to be held
Wednesday, July 17, at 3 p.m. in the
Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Service
Chapel. Wilmington, by the Rev.
Billy Buchanan. Burial was to Ik in
(ireenlawn Memorial Park.
Mrs. Hammond was born April 4,
1917, in New Hanover County, the
daughter of the late Thomas Clyde
and Clayton Sophia Beery Lewis.
Team To Visit
All young people are invited to
attend the program 9 a.m. to 1 1 a.m.
daily at the Holdcn Beach Baptist
Mission, a news release indicated.
Transportation will be provided on
request bv calling X42-3103, X42
254X, or 754-4274.
A final performance will Ik held
Thursday, July 25, at 7:30 p.m. at
the Holdcn Beach Pier.
The public is invited for all per
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She was preceded in dcaih in 1980
by her husband, Malcolm Edwin
She was a member of Lcland
Survivors includc a son, Jerry Al
ton Hammond of Wilmington; two
daughters, Diane H. Thomas of
Leland and Linda H. Butler of
Longs, S.C.; a brother, L.H. Lewis
of Wilmington; a sister, Mrs. Maur
ice H. Kcllum of Lcland; 12 grand
children; and five great-grandchil
The family has asked thai any
memorials be made to Lcland Bap
tist Church, Lcland, N.C. 28451.
MARIK K. FROSIO
Marie E. Frosio, 71, of Stokes
Court, Sunset Beach, died July 11 at
New Hanover Regional Medical
The funeral was held July 14 in
the Brunswick Funeral Service
Survivors includc her husband,
Howard Frosio of Sunset Beach;
son, Peter Frosio of North Carolina;
daughter, Jane, of New York; three
grandchildren; and four great
Dwain Abbott Mussclwhite, 35,
of Wilmington, died July 24 at The
Brunswick Hospital in Supply.
The funeral was to be held
Wednesday, July 17, at 2 p.m. by
the Rev. Jerry Darnell. Burial was to
be in the Skipper Family Cemetery,
Survivors includc his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wesley P. Musselwhitc of
Islandton, S.C.; a sister, Glcnda
Worship Services Sunday 9:30 AM
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TRADERS' VILLAGE, CALABASH
Daniel of Lcland; two brothers,
Keith Mussclwhitc of Phoenix,
Ariz., and Wesley P. Mussclwhitc
Jr. of Wilmington; anil four nieces.
ESSIE RATTLE Y
Esic Rattley of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
and formerly of Lcland, died July
10 in Brooklyn Jewish Hospital.
Arrangements were to be an
Bertha Glenn Melville, 78, of
Seaside community, Shallotlc, died
July 15 at her home.
The funeral was to be held at
10:30 a.m. today (Thursday) at
Ocean View Baptist Church, Shallot
lc, with the Rev. Macon Wood offici
ating. A graveside service was plan
ned at 3 p.m. in Jacksonville City
Survivors include her son, Henry
A. Melville of Clearwater, Fla.; live
grandchildren; and nine great
The family was to receive friends
Wednesday, July 17, from 7 p.m. to
9 p.m. at Brunswick Funeral Ser
vice in Shallotlc.
MABEL IlILL RYAN
Mabel Hill Ryan, 81, of Shallotlc
died July 8 at home.
The funeral was held July 12 at
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church with
the Rev. V.R. Cherry officiating.
Burial followed in Rasha Bay Cem
A wake was held July 11 in the
John W. Bcnncu Memorial Chapel.
Worship Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School al 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallolte Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Saffrit
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CEDAR GROVE AREA NEWS
Youth Slote Cleanup
HY HAKItAKA I. IIFAYK'IT
The Youth Department and other
members ol Cedar Grove Mission
ary Baptist Church will meet at
July 20, at 7
a.m. for a road
asked to join
them to help
the dangers as
sociated with a
project of this magnitude.
Youth Coordinator Francis Gris
sett is also seeking donations of
light refreshments from parents.
To Mark F.ighth Year
Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist
Church will observe the eighth an
nivcrsary of its piisior, the Rev.
Freeman Gause, Sunday, July 21,
guest ministers for the 1 1 a.m. and 5
The Rev. M.C. Herring will
preach the evening service, with
music by the Mt. Zion Missionary
Baptist Church Choir of Longwood.
Hie public is invited
Summer tutoring sessions for
children of the community have be
gun at Cedar Grove Missionary
Hours arc 10 a.m. to 12:15 p.m..
with light refreshments served each
Instructors arc Annie Bryant
Hcwctt, Rila Hargrovcs anil Alccn
Johnson, along with volunteers
Anthony Price, Valeria Fullwood,
Francis Grissett, Megan Grissetl
ami Carolyn Frink.
Lonnie Hcwctt has been named
youth of the month at Cedar Grove
Missionary Baptist Church because
of his dedication anil support ol the
youth missionary department.
He serves as its vice president.
Lonnie is the son of Alonza anil
Phyllis Hcwctt and grandson of
Rudolph and Mary Lec Bernard and
Miles anil Gracic Hcwctt.
Birthday (J reclines
Happy birthday to Marshall Frink,
Sarah I lank ins, Bculah Bryant, Phil
ogene Bryant, Leitha Ann Hewctt,
Tianna Smith, Author Fullwood,
Curt Fullwood, Eric McKcnzie, An
gclcttc Cause Hill and Michael
Listen 10 VVVCB radio (1410
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p.m. and Saturday at 10:15 a.m. for
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The Scripture for the week comes
front Psalms 96, "Let the heavens
rcjoicc anil let the earth be glad, let
the seas roar and the fullness there
of. Let the fields be joyful and all
there is therein, then shall all the
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Ocean View To Honor
Sunday School Teachers
Occan View Pentecostal Freewill
Baptist Church will honor its
Sunday School teachers Sunday
during the 1 1 a.m. worship service,
said spokesman Katie Varnum.
Guest speaker for the Sunday
School Teachers Appreciation Day
program will lie the Rev. Dr. Bill
Ellis, president of Heritage Bible
College in Dunn.
The Rev. Dwarka Ramphal is
pastor of the church, which is locat
ed on Stanhury Road off Holdcn
Griffin At Chapel
Dr. J.L. Griffin, a Lutheran pastor
from Concord, is the pastor of the
week at The Holdcn Beach Chapel.
He will deliver the message on
Sunday, July 21, at II a.m. preced
ed by Sunday School at 10 a.m.
The chapel is an interdenomina
tional church located on Rothschild
Street, Holdcn Beach.
The Rev. Gary Hewctt of Shal
lotte is the guest evangelist during
revival services that continue at Ml.
Carmel Church through Sunday at
7:30 p.m. each day.
He will be preaching on the Bib
lical theme Can Christ Meet My
Special music by Rapt tire, a gos
pel group from Lclanii, is planned
Ml. Carmcl Church is located on
Bay Koad three miles south of
Shalloitc oil Village Point Road.
The public is welcome. More in
ronnaliou is available from the pas
tor, Earl Davis, at 754-4038.
Croups To Sing
Two groups will be featured
Sunday, July 28, at 4 p.m. at Holy
Bethel FBH Church at Thopj&sboro,
said spokesman Evcda Cause.
The public is invited to hear
Mary White anil The Gospelelles of
Whitcvillc anil The Jones Twins of
Inside Sale Set
Seaside United Methodist Church
will hold an indoor crafts and bake
sale Friday, July 26, from 9 a.m. un
til 12 noon.
Also, the women of the church
expect lo have a limited number of
copies of their new cookbook. Sea
side Treasures, available for sale,
said Versie Spangler.
Proceeds will go to the church
Seaside UMC is loeated on N.C.
179 one-half mile from the Ocean
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