Deaths And. Funerals
MSI \ M VI- FAULK
v, 1 1 Mae I .Dilk ?. of Shal lotto
die- I S.'l'l !S
I hi- I vi. <1 'a .in Sept. 20 at
Hiu'!nv\uI> i uncial Service, with
l iiii.il hi Siamc. Cemetery.
K1 l?\ l?l Sit "AN (JRKKN
KuK ! iii Duncan Green of
Route I. Blade nboio, died Sept. 17
. i| hct llOIIIO
' lie ;MK l.l! u.In S opt. I1' at Oak
?\i . '? j ii^i Ci iirolt by the Rev.
; M. n.i. i .id. I ilk- Re\. Ra
!, , v '.?.f 1 1 ' a iit1 bun il in Brown
? 'ii \ ? \
Mix ilieen a.iv .i name of Col
1 in (Viintv, the daughter ol the
i.-tc I uko .i-i.t Alice Duncan. She
..'n ,i men Ivi ol Oak Dale Baptist
sii!\!M>rs include tier husband.
Woodward Cerald (Ween: three
- j.uiK'N iYwe\ (ireen ol Shal
v .tn?l William Ca* noii and Terry
\ . f ii ol Blailenboro: three
i i 'h-'in i v.iUluie W\ .hi of Oke
. . li- ''w. i i.i . and Alice Catherine
i "onnei .in.! Bern Cramer of Bla
ji-i'lsMo. .i sivier. iilad>s Duncan
S-imh o! Montana: and seven
( ASPKR SI K\ I N (JAMS
< .iNjvi Silken (lamis, of
Bethel community, Columbus
Count v. died Sept is in Columbus
fount) Hospital. WhitcMlle. Ho
?A .IN .- iCtilCd l.lMIICI
I Ik lunotal -a .in Sept. 20 at Pea
"s Chapel in 1 he Pines with the
R;. 1 iiva ? ?.i B. yettc officiating.
Uum.iI -A i- : Bethel Memorial Ce
i ncle i > .
'.?a in a.i- .i UmiiNwick County
native, the son ol the late W illie and
' '.ir . : '. . 'I- ( ian iis.
niiivivi'tn include hi- wife, Lor
eii.'. ' i.vK ion!!-. ,i daughter, Teal
Cairns Hill ,-t KiiiNtiMi; three broth
ers. Wesu ! i (. Minis oi Charlotte,
Paul (.iamiN ol Whitcvillo and Ed
aiii ('?anus ol Glen 'ale. Wi-.: a sis
ter. \ddio V.inn Bellamy ol Mil -
. aukeo. W.n . .in ' .' i r.ii dson.
M \RILYN S. SCOTT
M.iriKn S Scott. 5 ". ol Route 6.
ShaUi'ite. died Sept. 20 in The
: n-a.n k I Ion; mil. Supply.
II .? tuneral n.tN held Sept. 24 in
the Br aiswick i uneral Sen ice Cha
pel in Siialiotte.
M UJGIK F.LM \ M. KVANS
I he funeral tor Maggie Elma M.
F\.i:in, a ho died Sept. 15 at The
Biuttswick Hospital in Supply, was
held Sept. I> at Soldier Ba> Baptist
( 'uir c h
I he Rcc * lailie Smith official
i. with I urial hi Brunswick Mem
o ial < iardens.
Min Evans was a native of
i-nniNAick County, a daughter of
tlu late Irvta and Roxie Gore Mil
an She a ,s the widow of Dennis
s ii c iv? m n include a son, Wendell
' ! ? ol Ash: three daughters,
Madeline I 'helps ol Ash, Virginia
Bal'N -ii : Kli/abethiown and l.u
ville lhorpe oi Lincolnton; a sister.
Naomi Cain ol Fayclicvillo: 14
grandchildren; and 22 great-grand
CLAKK1K C. POPE
Clarkie C. Pope Maulisby. Sv>. ol
IVlco. it i oil Sept. IS in New Han
over Regional Medical Center. Wil
Hie funeral was Sept. - I at Liv
ingston Baptist Church, where she
u.is the oldest member. Burial was
in Lake Waeeamaw Cemetery.
Mrs. Maulisby was the widow ol
llaynes F. Maultsby and was the
daughter of the late Tate and Came
Survivors include her sons, l-reil
Maullsbv and Herman Maultsby.
txuh of Delco. Robert Maultsby ol
I ower Lake. Calil.. and Jack Mauli
shv ol I eland; four daughters. Rac
hoi Herring ol Richmond. Va..
Catherine C;irson of Eli/abethtown.
Mary Elizabeth Little of Madison
and Patricia Greene of llallsboro; a
sister. Mary P. Townsend ol
Clarkton: a brother. Arthur Pope ol
Wilmington; 2f> grandchildren; and
LEE STEDMAN JONES JR.
Lee Stedman Jones Jr., 7S. ol
Ramseur. died Sept. IS at Wesley
I one Hospital in Greensboro. He
was a fisherman and had friends in
The funeral was Sept. 20 at Lof
1 m Funeral Chapel in Ramseur. Bur
ial was in Buffalo Joncsboro Ceme
tery in Sanlord.
A native of Lee County. Jones
was retired from Pop's Appliance.
Jones was a member of the Ram
sour Fire Department and the Ex
penmental Aircratt Association of
Survivors include his wife. Juan
ua Jones of Ashcboro; a daughter.
Betsy Hammond of Randlcman; a
sister. Johnsio Wall of Monroe: two
grandchildren and one great-grand
DOROTHY BENTON KEEN ER
Dorothy Benton Keever, 73. of
Wilmington, died Sept. 20 in Now
Hanover Regional Medical Center.
The funeral was Sept. 23 in And
rews Mortuary Pine Valley Chapel
bv the Rev. V.C. Potter Jr. Burial
was in Town Crook Baptist Church
Mrs. Keever was bom Oct. 5.
W17, in Brunswick County, the
daughter of the late Thaddeus and
Margaret Benton. She w as preceded
m death by hor husband, Julius P.
Keever, and a daughter, Kathleen
Survivors include a daughter,
Andrea Keever Kennedy of Leland;
a son. Scott Keever; two sisters,
Margaret Cornctie Cumbee of Win
nabow and Lue Vada Howell; a
brother, Luther Franklin Benton of
Supply; several grandchildren; and
EVA MURRAY HOWARD
Eva (Mammy) Murray Howard.
73. died Sept. 20 at Duke Medical
The luneral was Sept. 2 ' ai 'lop
sail Prcsbytcri.ui Church l<\ the Rev.
Ralph I- vans, with burial in the
She was horn l ob. 22. ll>!S. in
New Hanover County, the daughter
of the late Robert Chanccy and 1 .ui
ra Kelly Murray. She was retired
Irotn the U.S. Post Office in I lamp
stead after 13 years service. She
was a member of Topsail Presbyte
Mrs. Howard was preceded in
death by her brother, John F. (Buck)
Murray and her sister, Sadie Lea.
Survivors include two sons. Sud
Robert Howard Jr. ol Florence,
Ala., and David Murray Howard ol
Hampstcad: four daughters. Virginia
H. Hardee of New Hill, Kay II. Piv
er and Phyllis A. Howard, both ol
Hampstcad. and Bonnie H. Miller
of Wilmington: five sisters. Alma
Murray, Evelyn King and Jessie
Piner, all of Wilmington, Mary
Snccdcn of Leland and Betty Smith
of Hampstcad; three brothers.
Robert C. Murray Jr.. Ben Murray
and George Murray, all ol Wilming
ton; 12 grandchildren; five great
grandchildren; and several nieces
Memorials may be made to the
American Cancer Society, P.O. Box
4894, Wilmington, N.C. 284(X>, or
the American Arthritis Foundation,
1314 Spring Street NW, Atlanta.
ALBKRT LKK FOWLER
Albert Lcc Fowler, 74, of Route
4, Whiteville, died Feb. 20 in
Columbus County Hospital, White
ville. He was a retired farmer.
The funeral was Sept. 22 at
Palmyra Baptist Church by the Rev.
Gray Williams and Raymond L.
Cumbec. Burial was in the church
Fowler was a native of Columbus
County, a son of the late Malcorn
and Annie Belle Phelps Fowler. He
was a member of Palmyra Baptist
Survivors include his wife, F.lla
Mac B. Fowler; two sons, Larry
Fowler of Nakina and Kenneth
Fowler of Hopewell, Va.; a daugh
ter, Diane F. Todd ol Wilmington;
two brothers, El wood Fowler and
Burquin Fowler, both of Ash; two
sisters, Geneva F. Hayes and Ine/. F.
Robins ol Whiteville; lour grand
children; and two great-grandchil
M ELY IN W. GREEN
Melvin W. Green of Boiling
Spring Lakes died Sept. 20 in
Doshcr Memorial Hospital, South
Arrangements were to be an
nounced by Andrews Mortuary
Market Street Chapel. Wilmington.
BEULAH MAE MONROE
Beulah Mae Monroe, 70, ol
Bolivia died Sept. 22 at her residence.
Arrangements were to be an
nounced by Peoples Funeral Home
of S ha I lone.
CEDAR GROVE AREA NFWS
Union Convenes Sept. 28-29
in HVRItARA I. MKWK1T
1-i member churches of
Sept 2K and 29
Theme of the
be I he Meed of
l(edi Jii. (it in a
Out selves for
rcss. with either
Joseph Neal or McNeil I rink to
bring the theme address.
Also on the program are opening
remaik-v hs tin.- Rev. James Smith,
moderator; v.eLome b> host pastor
the Re. Samuel Stanley: and music
In the t X ti. \ icw Mass Choir.
I he K>'\. Lotion Holmes Jr. or his
alternate. tliv Rev. R.I) Prink, will
piesent the teiiipeiance sermon.
Saturday's progiam will close
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Sunday Worship Seivice 9 30 AM
CAl ABASH VFA7 MALL.
? v!">r, V age C-. a- .-h
p' r r-v s V. V#o ac- J' V i Slor
1 United Methodist Church
;?* ' t i-jiille Edtsiid'*
' I . ? i
' ' M ih . . ' :s? r f;r,n
with a talent hour presented by
young people from the host church.
Sunday's program will begin with
Sunday School. The Rev. Dennis
Graham or the Rev. Ricky Slallings
will deliver the doctrinal sermon.
The public is invited.
Fifth Sunday Sing Set
Little Macedonia Missionary
Baptist Church in Supply wil host
the Ocean View Filth Sunday Sing
spiration at 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept 2').
The youth department, with sup
ervisors Arvclla Marlowe and Do
rothy Lee Frink, will be in charge.
The public's invited.
Happy birthday to Gloria Foss,
Alton Johnson, Utrilla Bryant,
Dosher Marlowe, Ronald Brown,
Shawnda Hcwett, Carolyn Stanley
Bryant, Jermaine Hewctl, Cedric
Bales, Carlene Reaves, Sharon Ber
nard, Lula Grissett and F.mma Al
Scrvice Sunday, 10:00 A M
Sunday School al <*00 a m
M. :i.l: I:. Stialloltc Middle ? ;
754-78 1 6
l'.,sli?r DonuUI I< S.illnt
FREE HEARING CLINIC
Dr. Chris Mosnoures' office
Pine Street ? Snallotte
Monday 2-5 PM
Hearing test your home, our office
Nicky Bryani was baptized Sun
day, Sept. 15, at Cedar Grove Mis
sionary Baptist Church. Her grand
parents are Cleveland and Addie
Pearl Bryant of the area.
Listen for the Cedar Grove Area
News Thursdays at 3 p.m. and
Saturdays at 1(1:15 a.m. on WVCB
Radio (1410 AM) in Shallotte.
Also, be sure to tune in Sunday
evenings for die Moments of
Inspiration gospel music program.
The Scripture for the week comes
from Isaiah 54, "For the mountains
may depart and die hills disappear,
but my kindness shall not leave
w hhtto -a i
THIS SKETCH shows the exterior of (he planned Seaside UMC multipurpose building, soon to he
constructed on \.C. VIM between Seaside and Grissetton n.
Seaside UMC Launches Fund Campaign
Seaside United Mcthtxiisl Church
launches a fund drive this week to
raise $230,000 in three years to re
duce indebtedness for construction
ol a new facility on N.C. 1'04.
"Visitors" from the church will
he contacting church members indi
vidually starting Sunday, Sept. 29,
at 1:30 p.m. seeking pledges to the
building fund, said Margaret Tatum,
A prayer vigil is planned
Saturday from noon to midnight at
the existing church site, a former
furniture store on N.C. 17') near the
Ocean Isle Beach causeway.
The Rev. Dr. Ernest R. Porter
kicked off the campaign Sunday as
guest speaker lor both worship ser
vices. A retired United Methodist
minister, he is executive director of
Church Funding Associates of Lake
Junaluska. and will direct the cam
paign at Seaside. He also addressed
a campaign volunteer dinner Tues
Al Morrison is finance committee
chairman and general campaign
Raising the S250,(XX) in three
years is expected to enable Seaside
UMC to reduce its debt of S35 1 .(KM)
substantially, making pay-off possi
b!c within six years and allowing
the church it-' proceed with the sec
ond phase of construction, a new
Phase One bids are now being re
viewed by the building committee.
This first multipurpose building in
cludes space for worship, class
rooms, office and fellowship.
The church will be seeking
pledges to the capital fund along
with pledges toward a 1992 fiscal
year operating budget of approxi
mately S 1 (H),(KK) from a member
ship of about 2(X) people.
The Rev. Canulle Yorkcy
Edwards is pastor.
Harvest And Holly Bazaar Scheduled
Little River United Methodist
Church will hold its "Harvest and
Holly" Bazaar Friday and Saturday,
Oct. 4 and 5.
A wide range of handcrafted arti
cles will be displayed for sale, along
with Christmas decorations and
gifts, planus and baked goods.
Food will be available, as will a
free nursery for the convenience of
shoppers. An auction will be staged
at 1 1 a.m. Saturday.
Event hours arc 4 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Friday, and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Little River UMC is located on
U.S. 17 at the traffic light in Little
River, S C.
For more information, contact
Mary Cobb, 579-4424.
Art Show Planned
The Shallotte Presbyterian Church
will feature an apple luncheon and
art exhibit Friday, Oct. 4, from 1 1:30
a.m. until 2 p.m.
Tickets are available with a S5 do
nation; for information call 579-9580
before sales end Friday, Sept. 27.
The church is located on Main
Street in Shallotte, behind the West
Brunswick Branch Library and
Shallotte Masonic Lodge on U.S. 17
For more information, call the
church at 754-6929.
Homecoming services will be cel
ebrated at Oak Grove Baptist Church,
on N.C. 130 between Shallotte and
Holden Beach, Sunday, Oct.6.
The morning message will be de
livered by the Rev. Weston Varnum,
oldest living former pastor. Singing
in the afternoon will feature The
Echoes as well as other groups.
The day will end with dinner in
the fellowship hall.
All members, former members,
friends and their families are invited
for a day of worship and reminisc
ing, said spokesman Vera Hewett.
Examining future directions and
opportunities for the Brunswick
Baptist Association will be the fo
cus of the Associaiinnal Great
Challenge set Friday, Sept. 27, at
6:30 p.m. at Antioch Baptist Church
fellowship hall in Bolivia.
The Rev. Talmage Williams, a di
rector of stewardship development,
will lead the discussion program in
tended for all local Baptist church
members and especially for those in
all areas of leadership.
Participants will look at money
management, the Cooperative Pro
gram, accounting, missionary-in-res
idence, church stewardship, materi
als and curriculum, retirement plan
ning and budgeting and the church.
Peoples Funeral Home
Invites you to listen to:
"Sharing God's Love"
Each Sunday Morning
From 9 a.m. -9: 30 a.m.
on WTAB Radio AM 1370
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A S4 meal lickct, available from
local pastors or the associations! re
source center, is required of all who
Quartet To Appear
The Four In Christ Quartet from
New Bern will appear at Harvest
Fellowship Pentecostal Holiness
Church in Shallottc Sunday, Sept.
29, at 1 1 a.m.
The men's group has had a gos
pel music ministry since 1970.
The public is invited to hear them.
W ELCA Meet Oct. 2
Margaret Wetzel will lead a liihlc
study at the next meeting of the
Women of St. Luke Evangelical Lu
The WELCA meeting will be
held Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the home
of Betty Craig.
Youth In Charge
Shell Point Baptist Church will ob
serve Youth Sunday Sunday, Sept. 30.
The young people of the congre
gation will take charge of the Sunday
School program and the 1 1 a.m. wor
ship, presenting special music and a
skit, A Son Comes Home.
Hie church is located on Shell
Point Road. The Rev. Donald Hard
wick is the minister.
Group Will Sing
The Guiding Lights, a gospel
quartet from Bolivia, will appear at
Jennies Branch Baptist Church
Sunday, Sept. 29, at 7 p.m.
The public is invited, said
spokesman Sandra Huddle.
Group Will Sing
The D & L Singers, a gospel
group from Lumberton, will appear
Saturday, Oct. 5, at 7 p.m. at
Longwood Baptist Church. Spokes
man Doris Benton said the public is
invited to attend. The church is lo
cated in the Longwood community,
just off N.C. 9(M.
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