Parmer Cleveland Martin, 70. of
Charlotie ami Shalkmc died Dec. 17
at Presbyterian Hospital, Charlotte.
The luneral was held Dec. Il> at
Hartsell Funeral Home Chapel.
Midland, with the Rev. Doyle
Holder officiating. Hnn.il was in
Kin/a Memorial Baptist Church
Martin was bom June 5, ll>2l. in
Cabarrus County, a son of Nicey
Frances Richardson Martin Avanie
of Charlotte and the late Grover
He was a retired machinist/lathe
operator and a member of N'orthsule
Baptist Church, Charlotte.
Survivors other than his mother
include his wife. Ila Kale Fink
Martin ol the home: two sons. David
C M.uiiri ol Columbia. S.C.. and
ferry \\ Martin ol Oklahoma City.
Okl.i . two sisters. Hetty M. Lively
ol ( harlotte and Marie Frances Fink
.'I Salisbury: three grandchildren:
and several cousins in the Shallotte
Memorial contributions may be
made to Presbyterian Hospital Har
ris Hospice I nil, Hawthorne Lane.
Ch.- loue, N.C.
JOAN P. ARSCOTT
Joan P. Arscotl. ^2. of Durham
Avenue. Calabash, died Dec. 17 at
The luneral was held Dec. 20 at
Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Service
Chapel in Supply with the Rev. Dan
Horn Feb. 28, 181*). in Carluke,
England. Mrs. Arscotl was the
daughter of the late James and Jean
Survivors include two daughters.
Jeanne Faicgoni of the home and
Nlarjorie Harns of Wetherfield,
Conn.; a son. David Arscotl of
Amherst. N.Y.: a sister. Mary Houck
ol Lancaster. Pa.: II grandchildren:
and nine great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the
American Cancer Society, 1310 S.
16th St. W ilmington, N C. 28401.
DORIS L. SCHUSTER
Doris L. Schuster. 68. of
Bonaparte Drive, Calabash, died
Dec. IS at her residence.
The funeral was held Dec. 21 at
Little Riser United Methodist
Church. Lhile River. S.C., with the
Rc\. Frank Hartsell officiating.
Burial was in Brunswick Memorial
Mrs. Schuster was a member of
Little River United Methodist
Church and a pasi worthy matron of
Pearl Chapter No. 79, Order of the
Eastern Star, in Dover, N.J.
Among the survivors are her hus
band. William Schuster of the home;
a son. Bruce Schuster of Wantage,
N.J.: two sisters. Margaret Bassyk of
Binghamton, N.Y., and Sarah Walsh
of Waverly, N.Y.: and two grand
RKNKK TANNER RICKETT
Renec Tanner Rickcit, 25, of
Ccrro Gordo died Dec. 17.
The funeral was conducted Dec.
20 al Peacock's Chapel In The Pines
by the Rev. Vernon Williamson.
Burial ux)k place in Columbus
Ms. Rickctl was bom in Whitc
ville, the daughter of Glendora Ben
ton Green of Holden Beach and the
late A.J. (Sonny) Tanner.
Survivors other than her mother
include her husband. Rick Rickeu:
her stepfather, Lester Green of
Holden Beach; and a grandmother,
Eva Tanner of Georgetown, S.C.
William Koster, 92, of Boiling
Spring Lakes died Dcc. 19 al
Brunsw ick Cove Nursing Home.
Arrangements will be announced
by Peacock-Newman Funeral
CISSY VIOLA LYNN LEWIS
Cissy Viola Lynn Lewis, 22, of
Route 1, Bolivia, died Dec. 19 at her
The funeral was held Dec. 21 at
Antioch Baptist Church with the
Rev. Arthur Yount officiating. Burial
look place in the church cemetery.
Miss Lewis was born Nov. II,
1969. in Southport. She was the
daughter of Daisey Hcwett Lewis
and Goley Glenn Lewis Sr., with
Ahum she resided.
Surviving in addition to her par
ents are two brothers, Goley Glenn
Lewis Jr. of Whitcvillc and James
Timothy Lew is of the home; a sister,
Kimherly Ann Ferguson of Lcland;
her grandmother, Margie Thornburg
of Durham; and great-grandmother,
Heme L. Hewcu of Shallottc.
Roy Barnes, 53, of Lcland died
Dec. IX in New Hanover Regional
Medical Center, Wilmington.
The funeral was conducted Dcc.
21 by the Rev. Ron Capps and the
Rev. James Pollard in the Coble
Ward Smith F uneral Scrvicc Chapel.
Burial was in Galloway Cemetery,
Supply, with full military honors.
Barnes was bom March 20, 193H,
in Wilmington, a son of the late Coy
and Cinnie Moore Barnes. He re
tired from the U.S. Air Force after
20 years of service.
Survivors include his wile, Berta
Sellers Barnes <?l the home; Iwo
sons. Patrick Conroy Barnes ami
Gary Bantcs. both of the home: two
brothers. Coy "C.J." Barnes Jr. ol
Wilmington and Flwmxl Barnes ol
Rock Hill. SC.: lour sisters. Rudy
Adams ol Jacksonville. Rebecca
Capps ol Wilmington. Nancy Millis
ol Scotts Hill and Julie Howe ol
HUN NIK ROGKR SKI I.IKS
Benine Roger Sellers. f?l. ol
1. eland died Dec. I4' in New
Hanover Regional Medical Center.
!"he funeral was held Dec. 21 at
Sprmgvicw Pentecostal Freew ill
Baptist Church with the Rev. Carey
Horrell and the Rev KM, Stewart
officiating. Burial was hi Oleander
Memorial Gardens. Wilmington,
with Masonic rites.
Sellers was bom Aug. Il"0.
in Brunsw ick County, the son of the
late Brady and Fmcstinc Dosher
Sellers. He was preceded in death by
a brother. Walter R. Sellers.
Sellers was retired from Federal
Paper Board Company. He was also
a member of the Sprmgvicw Pen
tecostal Freewill Baptist Church, a
U.S. Navy veteran of the Korean
conflict, a member of Wilmington
Masonic Lodge 319 A.F.&A.M..
Wilmington Scottish Rites Bodies,
the Sudan Temple and the American
Legion ol Winnabow.
Among the surv ivors arc his w ile.
Julia Brown Sellers of the home; a
daughter. IV bra Sellers Bumey of
Wilmington; and four sisters. Paul
ine Sellers. Eli/a Nance, Frances
Russ and IXirothy Hewett. all ol
Memorial contributions may be
made to the Lower Cape Fear Hosp
ice. 810 Princess St.. Wilmington, or
the charitv of one's choice.
William Koster, 92, of Boiling
Spring Lakes died Dec. 19 at
Brunsw ick Cove Nursing Center.
A memorial service will be held
Saturday, Dec. 28, at 1 1 a.m. in St.
Peter's Lutheran Church, South|x>rt.
JAMKS J. ROBINSON
James J. Robinson, S7, of Bolivia
died Dec. 22 at Ocean Trail
Arrangements were be announced
by McCoy -Greene Funeral Home.
LILLIAN MARY (PAT) SMITH
Lillian Mary (Pal) Smith, GO. ot
Bricrwood Estates, Shallotlc, died
Dee. 19 at New Hanover Regional
Medical Center, Wilmington.
fhe funeral was conducted Dec.
23 in the chapel of Brunswick
Funeral Service, Shallotlc, by the
Rev. John Landers.
Mrs. Smith was horn Oct. 29,
193 1 . in Cleveland, Ohio, a daughter
ol the late John and Lillian Bi/ily
Among the survivors arc her hus
band, Paul G. Smith ol the home;
four sons, Charles Mchalic of
Dumphrics, Va? John Mchalic of
Bay City, Texas, Mitchell Mchalic
of Mentor, Ohio, and Gary Mchalic
of Anglcion, Texas: lour daughters,
Patricia Genovcsc of Bedford, Ohio,
Lorcn Daley of Shallottc, Lynley
Mchalic of Tampa. Fla, and Dcidrc
Jordan of Gastonia: a sister, Betty
Ciaccia of Parma, Ohio; and 15
DION LAMONT BRYANT
Dion Lamont Bryant, formerly of
Northwest Community, died Dec. 17
in New York.
The funeral was io be held
Tuesday, Dec. 24, at 3 p.m. in
Spring Green Missionary Baptist
Church. Burial was to follow in the
Survivors include his parents,
David and Frances Bryant Jr. of the
Bronx, New York; three brothers,
Kyron Bryant and David Bryant II
of The Bronx, New York, and
Ramon Robinson of Leland; two sis
ters, Rene Lee of Jacksonville, Fla.,
and Twala Pollard ol Fast Arcadia;
grandparents, David and Mary L.
Bryant Sr. of Leland; and a step
grandmother, Estclla Fleming ol
Mary Margaret Clcmmons, 62, of
Bolivia died Dec. 18 in New
Hanover Regional Medical Center.
The funeral was held Dec. 22 at
Antioch Baptist Church, wuh ihc
Rev. Arthur Yount and the Rev.
Arthur Spcnccr officiating. Burial
was in the Clcmmons Family
Mrs. Clcmmons was bom Dec.
21, 1928, in Supply, the daughter of
the late Oscar Ted and" Fdna
Among her survivors are her hus
band, Alvin Clcmmons of the home;
two daughters, Judy Stanley and
Pam Mercer, both of Bolivia; a
brother, Oscar Ted Williams of
Wilmington; ihree sisters, Lois
Blake of Richlands, Darlcnc
Spcnccr and Helen Marshall, both of
Wilmington; lour grandchildren; and
1*1 'KV IS l)K\VK> SMI I II
Purvis Dewey Smith. 80. ol Route
I. Ash. died Doc. I1' ;it his resi
dence. He was .1 retired farmer.
I "ho I uncial was conducted IXv.
22 m I ho oh.i|x'l ol Brunswick
Funeral Service. Shallotto. by llio
Rev. Donald Hardwick.
Iniomhment was in Brunswick
Moinonal Gardens Mausoleum.
Smith was horn April I. I*> 1 1 . in
Brunswick County, son ol the late
Gordon aiul I illie l.udluni Smith.
Survivors inchulc Ins son. Rolvrl
Pari (Hollis) Smith ol Shallot to; a
daughter. Helen S. Bellamy ol Ash:
two sisters. I nmui Jane Milhken ol
Shallotte ami Mildred White ol Ash:
lour grandchildren: and two great
M \MII KDl.K.K
HOI Dl N III \\ I I I
Mamie Id lee Holden Hewitt. 65.
ol Wilmington died Dec. 22 in
Pinnacle Care Center.
The funeral was to he held
Tuesday, Dec. 24. at II a.m. in the
cha|vl ol Coble Ward-Smith Funeral
Service with the Rev Gordon
Wright officiating. Burial was to lol
low in Greenlaw n Memorial Park.
Mrs. Hewitt was bom Oct. (>.
I *'26. in Supply, a daughter of the
late Richard B. and Rusha
Clemmons Holden. She was a mem
ber of Masonboro Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, the late James Cralley
Among the survivors are her son.
James Richard Hewitt ol
Wilmington: a daughter. Lisa Dawn
Hewitt ol Wilmington: three broth
ers. Norman C. Holden of Charlotte,
Robert Holden of Supply, and
Linderbergh Holden of Whitcvillc:
three sisters, Dorothy L. Brown ol
Wilmington, Beatrice Varnam of
Supply anil Joyce Robinson of
Holden Beach; and two grandchil
I AMI S IIKMON
James Benton Henderson Sr., 75,
of Charlotte anil Sunset Beach died
Dec. 22 at his home in Charlotte.
An entombment ser\ ice was to Iv
held Tuesday. Dec 2-4, at II a.m. in
Wot xl law n Memorial Park. Green
A native of l.al-'ayette. Ala.,
Henderson was the retired president
of Henderson Manufacturing Co.
and Henderson Construction Co. He
attended Auburn University and
graduated Irom Chillicoihe College,
Henderson was also a master
sergeant in the U.S. Army during
World War II lie was a 32iul degree
mason ot Amity Lodge No. X7 Free
and Accepted Masons ol New berry,
S.C., and a member ol Oasis Temple
of the Shrine, American Legion.
Disabled Veterans ol America and
Sharon Baptist Church.
His survivors include his wife,
Sylvia Henderson of the home: two
sons, James Henderson Jr. of
Lumbcrton and David Henderson II
of Charlotte: three daughters, Judith
Hesters of Charlotte, Jean Pimento
of Panama City, Panama, and Laurie
Wixxl of Ivanhoe; a brother, Wilton
Henderson; three sisters. Allcnc
ilason, Kathryn Jones and Ola
Jones; and six grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to
Hospice of Charlotte, 1420 E.
Seventh St., Charlotte. N.C. 2X204.
LOLA I). BALDWIN
Lola D. Baldwin, of Wilmington
died Dec. 16 at The Brunswick
The funeral was Dec. 21 at Price
Cathedral AMH Zion Church. Burial
was in Johnson Chapel Cemetery,
United Methodist Church
8:00 AM Worsbp Service
9:00 AM Christian Education Hour
9:30 10 00 AM Fellowship Time
10:00 AM Woiship Service
CASUAL DRESS ? NURSERY PROVIDED
1'asior The Rev. Camillc Yorkev Edwards
ilwy. 179 at Orcan Isle Ik*ach
1 / 2 mile cast of 01 B intersection
a! the br Oge !o Ho oc Beach
' Turning Point ' Seminar Offered
A "Turning Point" seminar slated
Jan. 17 and IS at Fastsule Fellow
ship in Slial lotto will provide train
ing lor ehureh lay leaders in minis
tering u> |vople with lile -controlling
problems ol all kinds.
The Rev Wayne Powell, dircetoi
ol Teen Challenge Crisis Center in
Myrtle Beach, SC. will serve as in
struetor lor the program.
Hours ;ire 7 p.m. to p.m.
Friday and X:>0 a.m. to 4:.U) p.m.
Turning Point was founded In the
Rev. Jimmy Ray l ee. According to
Lcc, behind three out ol every 12
faces seen in church pews, there are
individuals with a life-controlling
.The Rev. Mit/i Burckley of
Calabash, a minister at Fast side
Fellowship. said the church hopes to
begin us own lurmng Point pio
gram as well as interesting oilier
area churches in doing so.
Burckley said Turning Point is
supported by a Bible-based curricu
lum designed to minister to the hurl
ing. makes use of a carefully de
signed mix of small groups and is
flexible enough to meet the needs of
Beyond lhat. she said it provides
Christian love and support to people
who might otherwise look to other
sources, offers hope to the hurling
and is an opportunity for witness.
Seating is limited and pre-regis
tralion is required. For more infor
mation or to make reservations, con
tact the church at 754-7 *M, or
Echocs To Appear
The Gospel Echoes, of Claren
don. were to pa'sent the (ios|x*l in
song Sunday, IX% 29, at 6 p.m. at
Ml. Pisgah BajHist Church in
All aie invited by the Rov, Trucit
Rogers, pastor, and members.
Watch Night Planned
Sabbath Home Baptist Church
near llolden Beach will observe the
ending of l *>*> I and beginning ol
1992 with a Watch Night service
from p.m. to imdmeht Tuesday,
Preach ini\ testimonies and spe
cial singing arc planned and every
one is invited. said spokesman
Service Was Planned
Village Point United Methodist
Church was to hold its traditional
Christmas Eve service Tuesday,
Dec. 24. at 6 >o pm , with William
Webb as tho sjvakcr
Quartet To Sing
The Southern Gospel Quartet,
whose members come from across
southeastern North Carolina, will
sing Sunday. Dec. 29, at 7 p.m. at
Jennies Branch Baptist Church.
Ihe church is located on N.C. 174
south oi Shallot te, in the Brick
Landing area. The public is invited.
said spokesman Sandra Huddle.
Flyfhe W ill Spool <
William Flythe ol Southern will
he the guest sjvakcr al an
?-.mancipation Proclamation New
Year's Day celebration at Ml. /.ion
in long wooi I
I . al 12 noon.
Fly the serves
deacon of Friendship Baptist Church
in South|x>rt and is a member ol
Brunswick Toaslinasters Club in
Southport. lie is county coordinator
lor Region () Council lor the
Advancemenl ol Minorities, in
Engineering < R( )CAME).
He was employed by Pl'i/cr
Chemicals at its Southport phint
from 1970 until January IW1, most
recently as senior laboratory and re
lease supervisor. Before joining
Pfizer he was an associate professor
at Johnson C. Smith University.
Flythe earned his bachelor of sci
ence degree in chemistry at Smith,
later receiving a doctorate in physi
cal organic chemistry from Howard
University in Washington, D.C. He
is presently pursuing certification as
a high school science teacher.
CEDAR GROVE NEWS
Pleasant Hill Hosts Union
BY BARBARA T. IIKWKTT
Occan View Men's Union will
meet at Pleasant Hill Missionary
Baptist Church of Shallotte Saturday
Dec. 2? anil 2li.
lor a program on
the theme .4
alternates for the
the Rev. Man
Robert Jasper. host pastor Vaughn
Cherry. Robert Dennis Irink, Levi
Grissett. the Rev. Samuel Stanley
anil Ronnie McCrae Sr.
Deacons scheduleil to participate
in the theme talks, burial association
discussion and Sunday Sch?x?l are
Joseph Butler, Carnell Suinley.
James llobson Bryant, Charlie
Swain, Delton Cirissett and lint
A fellowship dinner is planned
Saturday, along with a youth talent
hour to close that day's service.
Sunday begins with Sunday
School, followed by a single ser
The evening service at 5 p.m. will
feature the youth ol Cedar Grove
Missionary Baptist Church.
The public is invited.
Ocean View Union's fifth Sunday
Singspiralion has long been known
Sunday Worship Service 9:30 AM
Sunday School 10:45 AM
Old Georgetown Road
Dr Francis M Womack. Jr Minister
Worship Seivice Sunday, 10:00 A M
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallotte Middle School
Pastor Donald R Salfrit
In Memory of
James J rin
In loving memory
of my dear compan
ion Foster, who C.od
called home Dec.
It's been one year,
Foster, since God
called you home.
But in my heart,
memories of you
will forever live on.
as the grand finale lo a long week
end ol activities, with this year's no
The Cedar Grove Missionary
tiaptist Church Youth IX'partnient
are sponsoring the event under the
su|iervision ol Arvella Marlow and
Dorothy l ee Irink.
The program will begin at 5 p.m.
with the devotion by Cedar Grove
young people. < )ther features ol the
program will follow the model of
the state's evangelism conference.
Cellar Grove Missionary Baptist
Church was to keep Christmas w ith
NUiirise service al <> a.m.. followed
bv an early morning breakfast s[hhi
sored by ihe young adults.
Happy birthday to Mildred
Suiton. Rctha Kusk. Rhonda Custer.
Dan Bryant, Bertha Bell. Cleve
Irink. l.ihel Stanley, Frank Sum ley
and Perita Price.
Celebrating wedding anniver
saries are James and Earlene
Marlowe. Dolplius and Christobelle
Bryant, Sieve and F.velyn Gause,
Lofton and Barbara T. Heweu,
I . either and James Newell and Rosie
Lee and Zion Hewett. Congratul
Be sure lo listen lo WVCB (1410
AM) in Shallotte lor the Cedar
Grove Area News Thursdays at 3
p.m. and Saturdays ai 10: 15 a.m. On
Sunday evenings listen for the
Moments of Inspiration gospel niu
FREE HEARING CLINIC
Tuesday 2-5 PM
Hearing test, your home, our office.
Call for appointment
The Scripture of the week comes
from l.uke 2, when angels spoke to
shepherds in the field, "Fear not; for
behold I brinf: you good tidings of
great joy which shall he to all peo
ple. For unto you is bom this day, in
the city of David, a Saviour which is
Christ the I ord."
On Christmas Day. a local church
plans to serve Christmas dinner to
individuals in need.
St. James the Fisherman Fpisco
pal Church will serve Christmas din
ner at Bliss Hall from 12 n<x>n to 1
p.m. Dec. 2fi, said the Rev. Dr. Rich
ard W. Warner Jr.
To ensure that meals arc available
for all who attend, participants arc
asked to let the church know ahead
of time. They can do so by calling
the church office at 754-9313, day
time. or the Warner residence at
The church is located in Shallotte
on Main Street, near its intersection
with N.C. 1 30 West.
Clothing for Men
PROMPT MEDICAL CARE
Monday -Saturday 9 am-7 pm
Sunday 12-4 pm
South Brunswick Islands Medical Park
Hwy. 17, 4 miles south of Shallotte
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