CEDAR GROVE AREA NEWS
Church Hosts Confederation
served as host
churvh in Aug
ust lor the
eration, a unique
group of singers
from 12 chun. ti
cs that have in
spired area resi
dents tor nearly
Sept. X, at 2 p.m. I"he public is in
vited to attend.
To Mark Anniversary
The Rev. Ronnie McCrae Jr.
marks his fourth anniversary next
week at St. James Missionary Bap
tist Church of Bolivia; known as
the little church with the big heart
A different preacher and choir
will render services each night Sept.
9-15. Pastors during die week will
be the Revs. Raymond Hayes,
Richard Stallings. J.H. Haynes,
Amos Bellamy and Sam Hllis
The Rev. Curtis Coleman will
prcach Sunday. Sept. 15, at 11 a.m.,
and the Rev. Terry McZckc will
preach Sunday at 5 p.m. All ser
vices are open to ihe public.
I lie Kev. Catl Reaves is ihe pas
tor ot Diamond Branch Missionaiy
Baptist Church hi Columbus
County. I he homecoming was held
I he Cedar Grove Improvement
Association will hold its lirsi meet
ing Friday, Sept. (>. at X p.m in the
church's upstairs ta? ility.
Happy birthday lo Ann Harper.
Jackie Gore, Aunt l.ena Johnson.
Bridget! Williams, I. any Brown.
Ives Frink, Mildred Bryant, and
Zion l e?> llewett.
Be sure to listen to WVCB ( 1410
AM) in Shallotte lor the Cedar
Grove Area News I'hursdays at (
p.m. and Saturdays at 10: 1 s a.m. < )n
Sundays, listen lor the Moments ol
Inspiration gospel music program.
The Scripture this week comes
front Hebrews 13, "By him there
fore let us oiler the sacrifice ol
praise to the Father continually, that
is, the fruit of our lips giving thanks
to his name."
Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church
Slates Revival Services
Mt. Pisgah Bapiisl Church in
Supply begins revival services
Sunday, with the Rev. James Smith
as guest evangelist.
Revival services hegm Sunday,
wilh the 1 1 a.m. and 6 p.m. ser
vices, and continue Monday
through Thursday at 7:30 p.m. daily.
Spccial music is planned each
night, and all are invited.
Golden At Chapel
The Rev. Dr. Jacob Golden of
Asheville, a United Mcthcxlist min
ister, is the pastor of the week at the
Holden Beach Chapel.
He will deliver the 1 1 a.m. ser
mon at the chapel Sunday. Sunday
School precedes the service at 10
I he non-denominational chapel
is located on Rothschild Street
across from Holden Beach Town
The Brunswick Baptist Asso
ciation will conduct a training
school Sept. 9 and 10 from 7 p.m. to
9 p.m. at Supply Baptist Church,
helping Sunday School leaders
learn how to help their church
achieve "breakthrough" in Sunday
Conferences for pastors, general
officers, adult, youth, children's and
preschool level teachers will focus
on seeing people as the responsibili
ty of each, understanding Biblical
teachings for evangelism, recogniz
ing the Sunday School's role in
Worship Service Sunday, 10:(K) A.M.
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In ShalliUlc Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safli it
United Methodist Church
9:00 AM Worship Service & Sur.dav School
10:00- 10:30 AM Fellowship
10.30 AM Worship Service
CASUAL UKESS ? NURSERY PROVIDE!)
Pastor: The Rev. Camllle Vorkev Edwards
Hwy. 179 at Ocean Isle Be.tch
1/2 mile east of OIB Intersection
evangelism, organizing 10 reach
people am) leaching to win people
Zion Baplist Church in Ash. on
N.C. 130, five miles west ot Slial
lottc, will sell barbecue ot chicken
bog dinners Saturday, Sept. /. from
1 1 a.m. until.
Price ot the plates is S VM) each.
Sabbath Home Baptist Church ;ii
Holdcn Beach will host a sinuing
Sunday, Sept. X, at 7: M) p.m.
The Covenant Family Singers
will have charge ot the entire
evening service. Ihey are a lamilv
of seven Irom Concoid.
All are invited to the piogiam.
Three Will Sing
Three Christian musicians with
local ties will be teatuied in a song
scivicc at First Baptist Church ot
Shalloltc Sunday, Sept. X at 7 p.m.
The public is invited to hear Bill
and Glcnda While and Joey Core,
ot Wilmington. White and Cote are
natives of the Shallotie ,nea. Coie
previously was a mcmlvi ot the
trios Blessing and ( ro.whciirrr
First Baptist is located on Main
Street in Shallotie.
Sunday Worship Service 9:30 AM
CALABASH V.F.W. HAl.l
Traders Village. Calabash
Df Francis M. WornaCK. Jr. Mnnstor
In the stillness of the night.
Seems all the world's asleep
Unaware of the glimmer ot l?i;ht.
Instilled in my heart, so deep
Giving me hope of a brighter
I rom such a love, we did share
Frasing a lot of the sadne** and
Making it easier for me to bear.
Remembering our years we had
Being so proud, as your wife
F.ven wading through storrm wt
Your memory still, i* the liuht ??t
In n irii lory of t urtk Milligan
in onriveddiiif; anniversary iMj
Congratulations Goose Creek
Bricklanding Rd., Shallot te
We're pnnui tohaiv done thejnviu for i /our ilft-rlopnicnt
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From the concept to the finished product,
we complete your job witti pride in our 6.
workmanship and with respect for your ;
Helping Brunswick County Grow!
Asphalt Plant-2 miles north of Shallotte on Hwy. 17
Deaths And Funerals
? 'ORIS MAKIk I.ON<; ItAk l()N
.Mane Barton. 6<. ol
HZ ' Su?'??'y- Auk. M in
"* ltn.nsw.ck Hospital. Supply
?he funeral was held Aug. <o at
( nh ,;i F uneral
Chalf' with die Revs
Anthony < Iciihihmis, l.andis Lan
caster and l.e?? Camion officiating
Horn IX-c.4. 1927. ... Hru.isw.ck
oiinty. she was a daughter <>l the
l?? Hinm, and HlaiKhc Stone l?ug
i .i^'rS Han"" Wils a member o| Mi
< I've Maptisi ( hurch and (ll0
Mialloiie (?rder <>l die Kisicii. Sfcu
f 1 She was retired Irom the
.n" e?, Mell Iclcphoue Co.. wIk?
sne was an o|)eraU?r lor many years.
Survivors include lour brothers
, ""0r '""K <" Bolivia. I homas
?-nnox I ong and SanuKl || |
* ' Slln>ly, and Hitaiu M i ???
Jr <>l Stumpy Point; OIK- sistei. Sue
"nit ol Wilmington, ,wo i||lllLs ,ni>/
V < .niy and Kdith Danlotd. hoih ol
iTnh SCV0" ?'?<?
KI'"Y IIAKDKN INt)NhS
'<>% Harden (juunm^ n
j veshurg. Ha.. .U1(, (<lnilcrl (),
' "J." r,un- dictl Aug. ?\ in l.eesburg
WiMUrVI%,?rS ",Ll,1(k" 'our sons'
Villiani ( Hoiiton i?| Waldoi I Md
(-corgc Powell. Otis Powc|| an(j
. Khael Powell, all ol Wilmington;
. .d-?ughier.s. Hobhie Duplet ol
cesburg and Mary C. Powell of
< land; two brothers. Seavy Harden
P neviM a"d KrV,n Har^n ol
' X ?nc s,s,cr- fla?l Stalvev
. ,COrfCU^". S.C.; 14 grandchil
"?< " and eight great-grandchildren
<?-? WIN ROTII VKN
hi win Km liven Walker Jr. ol
< ? . ,'l'e (,,al Aug. <0 p?1Ilavlc
ari ( enter. Wilmington
Hk; funeral was Sept. 2 ... the
t I Ol HrunswKk luneral
v-'vicc. Shallotte, by me Rev
V'aurice Milligan. H??al was
Mrimswick Menional Ciardeus
rc,?Plc. lexas. Jan. -h
<1. he was (he sou ol Pherha I ho
?nas Walker ol lallahassec. Ha and
?he laie Hdwin Ruthven Walker Sr
talker was a U.S. Navy veteran
?"'d former dispatcher with tlie Hnms
**?*< ounty.Sherill slVparune.it
addihon lo his mother, sur
:'V::rs "H-'Imfc- his wile, joy |<IKS
ii r: NOn- Jimmy Walker ol
h.illotte; a daughter. I ou Walker ol
?tvettevillc; and a sister, Martha
Molen Marine Stone. 71. ?l
Shallotte, died Aug. ?> ?i New
1 1. mover Regional Medical Center
I he luneral was Sept .' hi Shal
??lie entecosial Holiness Church
R li ? m? ' a",lls 1 :,m s,cr- '"<?
??? ??" I -H?s and the Rev Maui ice
Million officiating. itunal was n.
*?l*e 1 1111 ( 0,,,i'iery. Sliallotte.
lovV'". M,,ke ( o,,",y June Mi.
-(). she was a daughter ol Addie
Solomon and the late M. Duncan
Survivors in addition to her
n mm her include a sun. James W.
(Jimmy) Sumic Sr. ol Shallouc; a
daughter, Paula (iayle Stone ot
Shallottc; a foster daughter. Annie
Belle (iore ol Shallottc; two hroth
eis, B(i. (Hrownie) Solomon Jr. ol
Cordova; two sisters. Colleen Davis
ol Rockingham and Doloris (Dolly)
Kenton ol Cordova; live grandchil
dren, including Jamie, whom she
laised; and seven great-grandchildren.
AI.VIN MARION Mil l. AND
Alvin Marion Millard, 77, ol Long
Reich, died Aug. $1 at his resilience.
A memorial service was to he
held at a later date at ( )ak Island
Presbyterian Church, where he was
Born Oct. I, 1913. in Williamson,
W.Va., he was a son of the late
Leslie Hawkins and I ina Fletcher
Millard He retired in 197 < from the
Rcpauno, N J , plant ol Du Pont, at
which tune lie moved to Long
Beach from Pitman, N.J.
Siiivivois include his wife, F.ssie
H. Millard ol the home; a brother,
Hobc Millard of Long Beach; and a
sister. Pearl e White ol Tarpon
Memorial contributions may be
made to Oak Island Presbyterian
Church Building Fund.
SI KVKN I IIOMAS FKNICK JR.
Steven Thomas Fcnick Jr.. *>7, of
l ong Beach, died Sept. 1 in Dosher
Memorial Hospital, Southport.
A graveside service with military
rues was to be held 4 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 4, in Northwood
Cemetery. Soulh|H>ri, with Dr.
F rank H. Hackworth officiating.
Fcnick was hint Sept. 2X. 1933. in
Minneapolis, Minn., die son of the
late Steven Thomas anil Doris
Holbrook l-enick. He moved to Long
Beach In Mil Wiluungbiu in 19/4.
He was a Korean War veteran
and \vas retired from the U.S.
Marine ( orps. He previously served
as a police ollner with the Village
ol Bald Head. He was a member of
the Fraternal Order ot Police.
National K i Me Assoc iation and < )ak
Island VTW Post No. 1(1226. He
was ol the Kpiseopal denoiiunation.
Survivors include his wile, Clara
Kenl Fcnick of the home: and two
sons. Steven T. Fcnick III and Scan
I ouis Fcnick, Kith ot I ong Beach.
Memorials may he made to the
donor s local rcscuc sqiim) or fire
KKMA PIIII.I'OI I MeADAMS
Krma Philpott McAdams, SO, ol
Long Beach, died Aug. 31 at the
home ot her son. Allen Brown Sr.,
in Lung Beach.
I he Mineral was held Sept. 2 at
l ust Baptist Chun h ol Oak Island,
where she was a member, with the
Rev Douglas Hull and the Rev.
Kiihaid DePritcr ollicialitig. A
graveside sen ice was held Sept. 3
in Alamance Memorial Park,
Mrs. McAdams was born Sept. 7,
1910, in Fdgccotnbc County,
daughter of the late Cctil anil Lindy
Briley Philpott. She moved to Long
Beach Ironi Graham in 19X1.
She was a member of the Singles
Sunday School Class at First Baptist
Church of Oak Island anil was a for
mer member of Andrews Memorial
Baptist Church in Graham. She was
retired Irorn Virginia Mills in
Survivors include a son, Allen
Brown Sr. of Ixing Beach; a stepson,
Marvin M. McAdams Jr. of Raleigh;
six grandchildren; live step-grand
children; and 17 great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Lower ("ape Fear Hospice.
IVAN HRUCK MUNCY SR.
Ivan Bnice Muncy Sr., 56, ol Route
I, Bolivia, ilied Aug. 2X in Dosher
Memorial Hospital, Southport
Funeral arrangemenLs were to be
completed in Myden, Ky.
Survivors inciudc his wife,
Audrey Miller; son. Bruce Muncy
Jr. of Southport; three stepchildren,
Kenny Miller, Jeffrey Miller and
Lynn Martin; two brothers. Lawton
Muncy of Dayton, Ohio, and Hd
Baker of Bolivia; four sisters,
Dorothy Keating and F.dilh Brown,
both of Southport, Polly Lewis of
Ohio and Zilphia Mobley of Myrtle
Beach, S.C.; a grandson, T.J. Ward;
and five other grandchildren.
ROBKRT HOUSTON CARNKY
Robert Houston Carney, 52, of
Route 2, Bolivia, died Aug. 31 at
The funeral was to be held 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 4, at Peace
Memorial Baptist Church,
Winnabow, with the Rev. Jerry
Darnell officiating. Burial was to
follow in the church cemetery.
Carney was born in Wilmington
Dec. I, 193S, to the late Horace and
Minnie Mitchell Carney. Siffvwirs
include two sons. Bobby Camev and
Limy Carney, both of Winnabow; two
brothers, Lee Carney of New Orleans,
La, and Clarence Carney of
Wilmington; ;unl two sisters. Margaret
Easm and lacy Tan. both of
BKATRICK HOLDKN LKK
Beatrice Holden Lee, 70, of
Route b. Whiteville, died Aug. 30 in
New Hanover Regional Medical
The funeral was Sept. 1 at
Calvary Baptist Church. Whiteville,
with the Rev. Ray Yow officiating.
Entombment was in Columbus
Memorial Park Mausoleum.
The Brunswick County native
was a daughter of the late Frank and
Dewey Rose Holden. She was the
widow of Nathan Lee and was a
member of Calvary Baptist Church
Survivors includc her three
daughter, Peggy Jackson ol Ocean
Isle Beach, Barbara L.ee ol
Charlotte anil Pain Lee Mewett ol
Whiteville; two sisters, Klmia
Mewett anil Margaret McCumbec.
both ol Wilmington; a brother, the
Rev. I'.ilwm lloklen; lour grandchil
dren; and three grcat-grandchildrcn
KOBKRT HOUSTON CARM-N
Robert Houston Carney, 52, ol
Bolivia, died Aug. <1
The luneral was to lv held at >
p.m. Wednesday, Sept 4. in Peace
Memorial Baptist Church, Winiia
bow. Burial will he in the chui?'h
WILMK I.KK C'Al'SKY
Willie Ixe Causey, M, ot
Cincinnati, Ohio, an<l formerly ol
Shallotte, died Aug. 3 1 .
The funeral was to be at 2: *0
p.m. today (Thursday) in the cha|iel
of Brunswick Funeral Service,
Shallotte, with burial in the Gore
Cemetery. The family was to re
ceive friends Wednesday from 7
p.m. to 9 p.m. at the funeral home
Born in Brunswick County Oct.
22, 1936, he was a son of the late
Richard and Lctha Bland Causey.
Survivors include his wife. Ha/el
Greer Causey of the home; two
sons, Clarence C. Taggett of
Howland, Maine, and Willie C.
Taggett of Cincinnati; four brothers,
Wallace Causey and Doc Causey of
Ash, John Caasey of Cary and
Richard Causey of Ocean Isle
Beach; three sisters, Magclenc
Cribb of Ash, Ann Evans of
Wilmington, and Mary Lou Martin
JANIE SOUTH KR I. \M>
Janie Southerland, 78. of Brook
lyn, N.Y., and formerly of Supply,
died Sept. 1 in Pittsburgh. Pa.
The funeral will be Friday, Sept .
6 at 1 p.m. in Little Macedonia Bap
tist Church at Supply, w iih the Rev.
Charles Jacobs officiating. Burial
was to be in Galloway Cemetery.
Survivors include her husband.
Harrison Southerland; and a daugh
ter, Janie Williams.
I.ONNIK KUKRIS SMI III
Lonnie Burris Smith. 67, ol
Route I, Ash. died Sept. I. Funeral
arrangements were to fx* an
I'AMKLA M. KACIIMAN
Pamela M. Bachman. 66, ol 'lat
heeland Acres. Shallotte. died Aug.
30 at her residence.
No service is scheduled at tins
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FREE HEARING TESTS
SET FOR SHALLOTTE
Thomas Discount Drugs is sponsoring FREE HEARING TESTS for area residents.
Adults who suspect they may be having a problem hearing or understanding
conversation at home, at church, or with friends should have their hearing tested to
find out if there is help available. Do not miss out on this special opportunity to find
out if you can be helped. Most hearing difficulties can and should be corrected.
Free Hearing Tests Will Be Conducted
by the Wilmington
Better Hearing Center
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
At Thomas Discount Drugs
Hwy. 17 North, Shallotte
FROM 10 AM TILL 3 PM
Your Attendance Will Be Most Appreciated.