THE FIRST CLINICAL pastoral education class at New Hanover Medical Center meets to compare
notes after an afternoon visiting patients and families. They are (clockwise from left foreground) the
Rev. Tommy Kelly, Dorothy Harris , the Rev. lirian Perry, the Rev. Carey llorrell, the Rev. Mike Elliot,
and their supervisor, Chaplain Don Ledhetter.
Laywoman Training For Chaplaincy
Dorothy Harris, a charter member
of the Seaside United Methodist
Church in Ocean Isle, is a member
of the first clinical pastoral educa
tion class at New Hanover Medical
Center in Wilmington.
She began the 1 6- week course
l"hc students spend two days a
week in the hospital attending class
es, counseling patients and families,
and discussing their experiences.
They will also uike turns serving as
chaplain on call nights and week
"Our objective is to help our stu
dents integrate their knowledge of
people, religious faith and experi
ence into effective pastoral care,"
said the Rev. Dim Ledbelter, pro
Most who lake the course arc al
ready engaged in a professional
ministry, but the program is open to
"qualified laypersons," he said.
Mrs. Harris is a retired nurse who
is preparing herself to be a lay visi
tor and to be a volunteer hospital
"I want to share the strength I
have with people and leant from
them," she said.
Lcdbctter, a certified CPE super
visor, has been one ot the chaplains
at New Hanover Regional since last
year, and developing the new pro
gram was his first assignment.
Applications are being accepted
for a class of 'u!! time students who
will begin their coursework June X,
1992, and work and study at the
hospital five days a week through
Aug. 21. 1992.
More information on the program
is available from Cathy Painter,
public relations director at the medi
cal center, (919) 342-7095.
Revival Services Slated At Ocean View Baptist
E VA NGEUSTS Tom and Kay
Tom and Kay Cox, of Tom Cox
World Ministries in Mounlainburg,
Ark., will be in revival services
Sept. 22 through 26 at Ocean View
Baptist Church near Ocean Isle
Beach. The public is wclcomc to at
tend the 7:30 p.m. daily services.
Interested persons can contact
Macon Wood at 579-6833 for more
Crystal Spring Missionary Bap
tist Church of Leland invites the
public to attend their annual
Homecoming service, Sunday, Sept.
29, at 1 p.m.
The service will feature the Rev.
Leo Stevenson, and die choir and
congregation of Mi. I'isgah
Missionary Baptist Church of
Dinner will be served after
Sunday School Meeting
A two-day meeung to discuss the
new Southern Baptist Sunday
School literature and organizational
structure will be held Oct. 4 and 5 at
the N.C. Baptist Assembly at Fort
Caswell on Oak Island.
The meeting is designed primari
ly for Bapt'st Sunday School work
ers at all age-levels and general offi
ccrs. The conference will also in
clude a workshop on working with
the mentally handicapped.
The Caswell meeting is one of
five regional Sunday School Lead
ership Conferences sponsored by
the NC slate convention's Sunday
For more information, contact the
department at 1-8(X>- 395-5102 or
write P.O. Box 1107, Cary, NC
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United Methodist Church
9:00 AiM Worship Service & Sunday School
10 00 10:30 AM Fellowship
10:30 AM Worship Service
CASUAL DRESS ? NURSERY PROVIDED
Pastor: The Rev. Camllle Yorkey Edwards
Hwy. 1 79 at Ocean Isle Beach
1 12 mile east of OIB Intersection
The Rev. Dr. Marry D. Haw
thorne. a Lutheran minister from
Hickory, is the pastor of the u. eek at
the Holdcn Beach Chapel.
He will speak during the II a.m.
worship service Sunday, Sept. 22.
Sunday School begins at 10 a.m.
at the nondenominational chapel,
which is located on Rothschild
Street across from the town hall.
Camp Meeting Slated
Members of Camp United Me
thodist Church in Shallotte arc gear
ing up for Camp Meeting '91 .
Slated Oct. 4,5 and 6, the week
end-long event celebrates more tlian
225 years of worship at the river
side location in downtown Shal
Itinerant bishop Francis Asbury
preached there in February 1791,
while a church building has stood at
the site for more than 200 years.
Singing, preaching, games, a mil
itary encampment, crafts demon
strations and historical exhibits,
contests and other activities arc
planned, with some church families
planning to camp overnight on the
According to a tentative sched
ule, activities will begin Friday at
6:30 p.m. and conclude with infor
mal, "revival" worship inside the
sanctuary Sunday, Oct. 6, with par
ticipants encouraged to wear period
costumes or casual dress.
The Rev. James M. Flowers of
Scat Pleasant, Md., will preach the
revival scrvicc each day at 7:45
p.m. Sept. 23-27 at Ml. Zion Baptist
Church of Longwood.
The Rev. M.C. Herring, pastor at
Mt. Zion, invites the public to at
Letlics Grove Pentecostal Free
will Baptist Church of Shallotte will
hold its homecoming this Sunday
with a revival planned for the fol
The Rev. Johnnie Guyton of
Clarkton will preach the homecom
ing service Sunday, Sept. 22, at 1 1
a.m. A covered dish dinner will fol
Revival will Ik held the week of
Sept. 23-27. The Rev. Ronnie C'o\
of Bladenboro will preach each day
at 7:30 p.m.
Special singing during the week
will be provided by the Lctlics
Grove adult and junior choirs and
soloists Jodi Fullord, Kelwin
Ferguson and Chris Stanley.
The Rev. Maurice Milligan, pas
tor of Letties Grove, invites the
public to attend.
To Present Drama
The Stepp Family will present the
religious drama, I Dreamed I
Searched Heaven I or You Sunday,
Sept. 22. at 10 a.m. at /ion Baptist
Zion Baptist is located on N.C.
130 west of Shallotic.
Visitors are invited, said sjxikes
man Frances Carlisle.
Revival Begins Sunday
Revival services begin Sunday,
Sept. 22, at Oak Grove Baptist
Church at 7 p.m. and continue with
services at 7:30 p.m. Monday
The Rev. Billy Jones is the visit
ing minister and the Rev. Russell
Hewitt is the host pastor. Re
freshments will be served after the
Friday night service.
The church is located on N.C.
130 East(Holdcn Beach Road).
The public is invited to attend the
services, said spokesman Vera Hew
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Deaths And. Funerals
Clara C. Jones, 77, of Ash died
Sept. 1 1 al Ocean Trail Convales
cent Center, Southport.
"ihc funeral was held Sept. 13 in
the chapel of Brunswick Funeral
Service, Shallotte. Burial was in
Brunswick Memorial Gardens.
Born in Brunswick County, Mrs.
J oiks was the daughter of the late
Bill and Elmaric Hickman Carlisle.
She was the widow of J. Pearl
Survivors include a son, James
Jones of Ash; two daughters, Helen
Browning of Ash and Marie Jen
relic of Moncks Corner, S.C.; a
brother, Layton Carlisle of Ash; two
sisters, Caneal Quick of Laurinburg
anil I hail Hickman of Red Springs;
10 grandchildren; and 1 1 great
William Daniel Easlcy IV, 2
monih-old son of William D. and
Joy P. Hasley of Long Beach died
Sept. 1 1 at his parents' residence.
The funeral was Sept. 13 at
Ocean View United Methodist
Church with the Rev. Fred Roberts
William was born July 11, 1991,
Survivors in addition to his par
ents include a brother, Joseph Cart
crei of the home; three sisters, Jen
nifer Carteret, Kathcrine Easley and
Frank ie Easlcy, all of the home; pa
ternal grandparents. Buck and Mary
Easley of Durham; and maternal
grandparents, John and Barbara
Pcelc of Long Beach.
LETIIA TYNER liOWEN
Lctha Tyner Bowcn, 65, of Route
4, Leland, died Sept. 9 at New
Hanover Regional Medical Center
The funeral was Sept. 11 at
Andrews Mortuary Market Street
Chapel m Wilmington, officiated by
the Rev. David Southern. Burial
was in Leland Baptist Church
Mrs. Bowcn was a Columbus
County native, a daughter of the late
Lewis E. and Lettic Stevens Tyner.
She was a retired seamstress.
Survivors include her husband,
Milton Bowcn; iwo sons, Steve
Williams of Wilmington and
Richard (Dickie) Williams of Ash;
three stepdaughters, Mary Alice
Land of Burgaw, Camillia Williams
of Leland, and Tammy Anders of
Lake Waccamaw; a stepson,
William (Buddy) Bowen of Leland;
10 grandchildren; and a brother.
Lewis Tyner of Wilmington.
ODKLL O. JENRETTE
Odcll O. Jenrctte, 80. of North
Myrtle Beach, S.C., died Sept. 14 at
Conway Nursing Center after an ill
A graveside service was held
Sept. 16 at McKeithan Cemetery in
Ash, with the Rev. David Shrum of
Jcnrcttc was born in Brunswick
County, the son of the late John
Ellis and Bertie Jacobs Jenreltc. He
was a retired farmer and a member
of Friendship Baptist Church.
Survivors include two daughters,
Geraldine J. Hardee of North Myrtle
Beach, SC., and Ethel Kayc Shrum
of Lincolnton; two sons, Hubert
Glynn Jcnrcttc of Monck's Corner,
S.C., and John Dale Jcnrcttc of
Kcnncsaw, Ga.; three brothers,
Oswald Jcnrcttc of Lcland and Leo
Jcnrcttc and Hubert Jcnrcttc, both of
Cottage Grove, Ore.; two sisters,
Geneva Long of Wilmington and
Martha Lee Laskowski of Supply;
eight grandchildren; and 10 great
The family asked that memorials
be made to the charity of the giver's
SHARON McKINNION GUY
Sharon McKinnion Guy of Route
4, Lcland, died Sept. 11 at her resi
The funeral was Sept. 15 at
Lcland Congregation Jehovah's
Witnesses. Burial was in Mearcs
WILLIAM WEBSTER McCALL
William Webster McCall, 74, of
Boiling Spring Lakes, died Sept. 12
in Dosher Memorial Hospital,
The funeral was Sept. 16 at the
J.T. Morriss Funeral Home, Peters
burg, Va. Burial was in Blanford
Cemetery, also in Petersburg.
McCall was bom in London,
W.Va., on Oct. 11, 1916, the son of
the late William Webster and Elfie
Mac McCall. He was retired from
Alloy Steel Mill and was a U.S.
Survivors includc his wife, Irene
Martin McCall of the home; two
sons, Clyde E. McCall of Wilming
ton and John W. McCall of
Hopewell, Va.; a daughter, Sharon
M. Vaughan of Colonial Heights,
Va.; three brothers, Don McCall and
Harold McCall, both of Columbus,
Ohio, and Jay McCall of Amanda,
Ohio; three sisters, Mildred
Cockron of Rupercd, W.Va., Gene
Whalcy of Columbus, Ohio, and
Grace Peters of Bell West, Va.; 17
grandchildren; and 14 great-grand
Mary Spargimino, 77, of Carolina
Shores, Calabash, died Sept. 14 in
Conway Hospital, Conway, SC.
A requiem Mass was said Sept.
16 at Si. Brendan's Catholic
RIVERS GALLOWAY SR.
Rivers Galloway Sr , 62, died in
New Orleans, La.
The funeral was Sept. 14 at St.
James Missionary Baptist Church,
Bolivia, with burial in Drew
MAGGIK KLMA M. EVANS
Maggie Elma V1. Evans, of Route
1, Ash, died Sept. 15 at lite
Brunswick Hospital. She was 79.
The funeral was to be held
Wednesday. Sept. 18, at 3:30 p.m. at
Soldier Bay Baptist Church in Ash,
with the Rev. Charlie Smith officiat
ing. Burial was to be in Brunswick
Born in Brunswick County on
Dec. 1, 1911, she was the daughter
of the late Irvin and Roxie Gore
Milligan and the widow of Dennis
Survivors include a son, Wendell
Ray Evans ol Ash; three daughters,
Madeline Phelps of Ash, Virginia
Babson of Eli/abcthtown and
Lucille Thorpe f Lincolnton. a sis
ter, Naomi Cain of Fayettevillc; 14
grandchildren; and 22 great-grand
Cora Williams of Shallotte died
Sept. 13 in New Hanover Regional
Medical Center, Wilmington.
The funeral was Sept. 17 at Mt.
Zion Baptist Church, Longwood.
Burial was in the church cemetery.
FLOYD "MACK" EVANS
Floyd Maxton "Mack" Evans. 62,
of Route 1, Supply, died Sept. 15 in
The Brunswick Hospital.
The funeral was to be held at 1 1
a.m. Wednesday, Sept. IK, at Ml.
Pisgah Baptist Church in Supply.
Burial was to be in Edgar Holden
Evans was twm in Brunswick
County Aug. 31, 1929, a son of the
late Floyd and Crecie Clemmons
Evans. He was a veteran of the U.S.
Navy and was a chief engineer with
Cottrell Engineering Co.
Survivors include his wife, Sarah
Millikcn Evans; four sons, Barry
Evans of Shallotte and Chris Evans,
Paul Hrubik and James Hrubik. all
of Supply; a daughter, June Evans
of Supply; a brother, Murray Evans
of Newport News, Va.; two sisters.
CEDAR GROVE AREA NEWS
Gospel Choir Sets Anniversary
BY BARBARA T. HEWKTT
Many local choirs will join Cedar
Choir at its an
Sept. 21, at 4
p.m. at the
In addition to
music, the an
" mvcrsary pro
gram will include a message by the
Rev. Kirby Frink, pastor of St.
James Missionary Baptist Church of
Die event is open to the public.
Happy birthday to Susan Eck
hardt, Janet Her/og, Ester Mitchell
Kirby, Jerry Reaves, Floyd Jamie
Williams, Alton Johnson, Dean
Bryanl, Travis Gore, Elizabeth Jcn
rette, Troy Donahue Rogers, Helen
Bellamy, Cleve Bellamy, Mary Lily
Daniels and Patricia Ann Gore.
Be sure to listen to Radio station
WVCB (1410 AM) in Shallotte for
the Cedar Grove Area News Thurs
days at 3 p.m. and Saturdays at
Sunday evenings listen for the
Moments of Inspiration gospel mu
The Scripture for the week comes
from Psalms 120, "Then they cried
unto the Lord in their trouble and he
saved them out of their distress. He
sent his word and healed them, and
delivered them from their destruc
Ida Belle Sellers ol Supply and Odis
Moore of High Point: ami six grand
JfL St. Luke
Worship Sep. ice Sunday. 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 9.00 a m
Meeting In Shallottc Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Saffrit
We would like to express our
sincere appreciation to
everyone tor your kindness
and thoughtulness during the
time ot our recent sorrow*.
Thank you so much.
Mrs. Hazel Johnson
Living Through Mourning
for Those who Mourn the Death of a Loved One
Mondays, 1:30 - 3:30
A free community service sponsored by
THE CARE CENTER
Paula F. Devine. Facilitator
When friends and family return to the routines of their
lives, there is often one person who cannot. For those
persons. The Living Through Mourning Series offers
assistance that extends far beyond the funeral.
Brunswick Funeral Service
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