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d us ooing To Mid-Year Event
There's never a dull or slow mo
i ment for the
young people of
Ocean View As
sociation and
their supervi
On Saturday,
Jan. II, a char
tered bus will
leave Mt. Zion
Baptist Church
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bound for the Raleigh Civic Center,
site of liie Woman's Home and
Foreign Missionary Convention's
mid-year session.
Youth of the association and
Supervisors Arvella Marlow and
Dorothy Lee Frink will be on board
and are scheduled to help minister in
music at the session.
Young people who haven't made
their bus reservations are to call
their local church supervisor right
away, since the supervisors' reports
arc due.
A special feature of the program
will be a memorial service for the
late Minnie C. Lyons, a retired mis
sionary who died in November at
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in Durham Nov. 14 at Ebcnc/.er
Missionary Baptist Church. She had
retired from the mission field at
Brcwcrvillc, Liberia, Africa, where
a girls' dormitory hears her name.
Arvella Marlow and the Occan
View youlh have led the convention
in donating hooks lor the library
Choirs To (lather
The Choirs Confederation will
gather at Rutland Chapel Jan. 12 at 2
p.m. for its monthly songfest, with
the public invited.
Tins interdenominational group,
with representatives from 11 area
churches, has been gathering regu
larly since its beginning in the
Bolivia area around the middle of
this century, its purpose is to inspire
its listeners and lil t a united voice in
Itirthdav Greetings
Happy birthday to William A
dolph Turner, Matthew Randal
Wilkins and Ala Kay Small.
Tune In
Be sure to listen to WVCB Radio
(1410 A.M.) in Shallottc for the
Cedar Grove Area News Thursdays
at 3 p.m. and Saturdays at 10:15
a.m. On Sunday evenings listen for
the Moments of Inspiration gospel
music ministry.
Weekly Scripture
The Scripture for the week comes
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Hum i hiiiii.> i/vivnti u a |A/v?i
and fatherless, do justice to the al
flictcd and needy. Deliver tlie poor
and needy, nd them out of the hands
of the wicked."
Seaside UMC Receives Grant
Seaside United Methodist Church
has received a grant of S25,(XX) from
The Duke Endowment to help fund
construction of a multipurpose facil
ity for education, administration and
parish life.
"This new building will add
tremendously to the life of our
parish," said Paul Justice, chair of
the building committee, in thanking
the endowment, other major contrib
utors and congregational members.
Plans for a 9,4(X)-square-foot
structure, with classrooms, an ad
ministrative wing and kitchen. The
estimated cost is S765,(XX), with
completion targeted for May. Quinn
Sweeney is project director for Phil
Sharpc Architects of Wilmington.
Founded in 1924 by North Caro
lina industrialist James Buchanan
Duke, the Endowment is one of the
nation's largest private foundations
wiui assets of more than SI billion.
It assists not-for-profit hospitals and
child-care institutions in the
Carolinas, rural United Methodist
churches and Furham and Johnson
C. Smith universities.
"Seaside IJnilrvt Methivlisl
Church members and their pastor,
the Rev. Camille Yorkey Edwards,
arc to be congratulated for their vi
sion and progress," said the Rev.
Albert F. Fisher, director of the
Endowment's Rural Church
Division. "We feel a great deal of
confidence in the church's ability to
complete this much-needed facility."
To Address Agio w
Carol Richardson of Bath, past
president of Northeastern North
on Stanbury Road near Holdcn
Beach. Refreshments will be served
at 9:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at
10 a.m., said spokesperson Jean
Mrs. Richardson presently serves
on the Board of Laity for the
Greenville District United Methodist
She has conducted many preach
(<j| Seaside
United Methodist Church
8:00 AM Worship Service
9:00 AM Christian Education Hour
9:30-10 00 AM Fellowship Time
10:00 AM Worship Service
Pastor: The Rev. Camille Yorkey Edwards
Carolina Aglow,
will be guest
speaker at the
Jan. 11 meeting
of Shallouc Wo
men's Aglow
The meeting
will be held at
the Lock wood
Folly Com
munity Building
Ilwy. 179 at Ocean Isle Beach
1 12 mile east of OIB Intersection
ing services, revivals, rclreats, Bible
studies and seminars in the
Mcthodisl and other denominations.
All women and teenage girls arc
invited to attend the meeting. For
more information, call Tuddic
Dixon, president, at 842-6565.
Aglow Meets
Southport Women's Aglow Fell
owship will meet at Western Siz/lin'
Slcakhousc on Long Beach Road in
Southport Saturday, Jan. 18. at 10
Sandy Pigott of Shallottc will he
the featured speaker.
All women and leenagcd girls arc
invited to attend and worship with
the group.
Thompson To Sing
Kelly Nelon Thompson of Smy
rna, Ga., formerly of the Rex Nelon
Singers, will perform Saturday, Jan.
18, at 7:30 p.m. in Lotties Grove
Pastor Maurice Milligan and Mu
sic Director Sandy Duran invite the
public to attend.
The church is located about one
mile north of Shallnlle off IIS 17
Missions Team Performs
An international musical and
mime missions tc-am from Toccoa
Falls College, Toccoa, Ga., will per
form Mandated 1992 at Cape Fear
Alliance Church near Southport
Sunday, Jan. 12,at6p.m.
The church is located on N.C. 87
and N.C. 133.
According to a news release.
Mandated 1992 is "a sight and
sound presentation of the believer's
responsibility for world evangelism,
implementing a forceful combina
tion of mime, music, visual and spo
ken word."
The team will be accompanied by
the Rev. Paul Burkhart, missionary
in residence, from Irian Jaya, In
donesia. He and his wife, Jeannie,
have served in remote areas of Irian
since 1967 as church planters, Bible
school teachers, translators and
evangelists and in medical minist
Toccoa Falls College is an inter
denominational Christian college.
This newspaper
is printed on
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Card of'lhaniQ
To all of our friends and neighbors who have shown
so much love and care for our family, we thank you.
Lillian 'Pat' Smith
Paul Smith
and Family
Gertrude I > Ucuvcs died Dei.
ill New Hanover Regional Medical
Center. Wilmington.
Hie funeral was helil Jan. 2 at
Kendall Chapel AME Church. Burial
was in Drew Cemetery, Winnabow.
L^iura Mac Padgett Garvey. 84, of
Wallace died Jan. 1 at New Hanover
Regional Medical Center. Wilming
The funeral was Jan. 3 at the
Padgett Funeral Chapel in Wallace
with the Rev. Buster Price officiat
ing. Burial was in the Powell
Cemetery at Sloan.
A nati-'C of Duplin County, Mrs.
Garvey was the daughter of the late
James R. and Emma Rogers Padgett.
She was a member of Pin Hook
Pentecostal Holiness Church and
was preceded in death by her hus
band, the late Paul Garvey.
Among the survivors are her lour
daughters, Joyce Cavenaugh of Wal
lace. Pearl Cavenaugh and Judy
Gray, both of Wilmington, and Car
olyn Santiago of Lcland; a son,
Wilic Garvey of Lcland; two sisters,
Nellie Brown of Wilmington and
Virginia Clcmmons ol Richmond,
Va.; a brother, Charlie Padgett of
iiiiiingiWM, giaiiuviinuivH,
and two great-grandchildren.
William Albert Russ Sr., 83, of
South port died Jan. 3 at Doshcr
Mcinui iai Hospital, oOuuipGrt.
A graveside service was held Jan.
6 at Old Southport Cemetery with
the Rev. Wayne Trcxlcr officiating.
Russ was bom Jan. 12, 1908, in
Winnabow. a son of the late James
Harvey and Lula Viola Smith Russ,
and had lived in Southport most of
his life. A former dredge boat drag
tender, he was retired from the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers.
Survivors include his wife, Mary
Rccs Russ of the home; five sons,
W.A. Russ Jr. of Charleston, S.C.,
James H. Russ of the home. Gene
Russ of Southport. Jack Russ of
Boiling Spring Lakes and Robert
Russ of Wilmington; two daughters,
Mary Ann Wilkins of Wilmington
and Priscilla Gaskill of Southport;
13 grandchildren; and 13 great
Memorial contributions may be
made to the organization of the
donor's choice.
Walter Terry Thorpe, 75, ol
Winnabow, died Jan. 2 in New
Hanover Regional Medical Center,
The funeral was held Jan. > at
Peace Memorial Baptist Church
with the Rev. Jerry Darnell and the
Rev. Sidney Briti officiating. Burial
was in die church ccmetcry.
Thorpe was born Oct. 31, 1916, in
Rnjnvvi'ir'V r\*nnlv *con of ihc lulo
George Melton and Augusta
Reynolds Thorpe. He had retired
from the N.C. Department of
Transportation, Bridge Division, af
ter 26 years of scrvicc.
Thorpe was also a U.S. Army vet
eran of World War II and a member
of Peace Memorial Baptist Church,
where he was an inactive deacon.
He was preceded in death by a
daughter, Carol Terry Thorpe
Jordan, who died in 1986.
Among his survivors arc his wife,
Betty Clcmmons Thorpe of the
home; a son, Larry Thorpe of Boiling
Spring Lakes; two daughters, Diane
Cheers of Shallouc and Gussic
Stump of Winnabow; 12 grandchil
dren; and four great-grandchildren.
Ethel lone King Babson, 81, of
Pine Street. Shallottc. died Jan. 5 at
Wednesday, Jan. X, at 2 p.m. in the
chapel of Brunswick Funeral
Service. Shallotte, by the Rev.
Eugene Evans and the Rev. Yancey
Carter. A graveside service was to
follow at the New Britton Baptist
Church Cemetery, Ash.
Mrs. Babson was born July 23,
1910, in Brunswick County, a
(bughter of the late Silas I. and
Mattie Ward King. She and her late
husband, Lester C. Babson, owned
and operated L.C. Babson General
Store in the Kingtown community.
Survivors include a son, Clyde
Ramon Babson of Shallotte; a broth
er, Gardner King of Ash; a grand
son: ami two great-grandchildren.
The family requests that memori
als be made to the Lower Cape Fear
Hospice, P.O. Box 1920, Shallotte,
N.C. 2X459, or the Ethel lone K.
Babson Memorial Fund, designated
to the N.C. Kidney Foundation
Program, care of Southern Bank,
P.O. 1669, Shallotte. N.C'. 2X45?>.
Lila Bost Shay, 82, of North
Myrtle Beach, S C., a teacher for
many years at Shallotte High
School, died Jan. 6 at McNair
Nursing Facility, Lake City, S.C.,
lollowing a long illness.
The funeral was to be held
joii. o, ui Z ji.FTi. in
Trinity United Methodist Church,
North Myrtle Beach, with the Rev.
John Slaplcton D.D. officiating.
Burial was to follow at Southeastern
iviCiTionai GiiiuCii.v
Mrs. Shay was bom in Carbarrus
County, a daughter of the late Caleb
Wilson and Lilah Elizabeth While
Bost. She was a member of Trinity
United Methodist Church and the
United Methodist Women. She was
a retired teacher with Brunswick
County Schools, and was preceded
in death by her husband, the late
William Shay Sr. of Cedar Avenue.
She was a member of the
Business and Professional Womcns
Club, Daughters of the American
Revolution, and the Nilty-Fifties
Club of North Myrdc Beach.
Among her survivors are a son,
William Shay Jr. of Champaign, III:
a daughter. Norma Jean Lewis of
North Myrtle Beach; three sisters,
Jessie Bost Boger and Isabel le Bost
Barber, both of Concord, and Mary
Bost Dellinger of Gaston ia; four
grandchildren; and seven great
Lizzie Grant Roller, 98, of
Rockingham, formerly of White
ville, died Jan. 3.
The funeral was held Jan. 6 at St.
Paul United Methodist Church
Cemetery, with the Rev. Lee A.
Phillips officiating.
Mrs. Roller was a Richmond
County native, a daughter of the late
Kenny D. and Lucy Rainwater
n rani hi* wrK (Mil Tiji\yi_?iJ fgf T1 v in \
years by the Rohanen Cafeteria.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, the late Sam Roller.
Her survivors include two daugh
ters. Martha Singlctary of Polkton
and Evelyn Davis of Rockingham; a
sister, Madge Inman of Ash; 14
grandchildren; 25 great-grandchil
dren; and two great-great-grandchil
J.D. Turner, 56, of Phoenix, Ariz.,
died Jan. 5 in that city.
The funeral was held Jan. 5 at
Lewis' Funeral Home in Bladenboro
by the Rev. Robert Carter. Burial
was in Riverside Cemetery, Dillon,
Turner was a former resident of
Among his survivors arc three
sons. David Turner. Johnnv Turner
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Presbyterian Church
Sunuay nviinip Service 5:30 A"
Sunday School 10:45 AM
Old Georgetown Road
Dr. Francis M. Womack, Jr.. Minister
Nursery Provided
St. Luke
Lutheran Church
Worship Service Sunday, iu:uu A.M.
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallotte Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Saffrit
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two brothers, Frank Turner of
White villc and Bobby Turner of
Ocean Isle Beach; two sisters,
Elizabeth Dow less of Ocean Isle
Beach anil Iris Ciunter of Charlotte;
and seven grandchildren.
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Fannie Smith Long, 73. of Nakina
died Jan. 3 at her residence.
The funeral was held Jan. ft at
Seven Creeks Baptist Church. Burial
was in Slocks Cemetery. Nakina
Mrs. Long was a native of
Brunswick County, a daughter of the
late George Verton and Allafar
Simmons Smith.
Her survivors include a son,
Charles Stocks ol Nakina: a daugh
ter. Lillian Hardic ol Charleston,
S.C.; two brothers, George Berton
Smith and Corbet Smith, both of
Ash; a sisior. Daisy Stephens of
Ash; seven grandchildren; and eight
Beatrice Duncan Cartrette. 5ft of
Clarendon died Dec. 30 at Grand
Strand Hospital, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The funeral was held Jan. 4 at
Beavcrdam Freewill Baptist Church
with the Rev. Jackie Godwin offici
ating. Burial was in Forest Lawn
Cemetery. Tabor City.
Mrs. Cartrette was a Columbus
County native, daughter of the late
Abelar and Lottie Louizer Cribb
~ ?U?'vors mclutlc her husband,
r*.. ?. CcuUciic, a daughter, Prisciiia
Cartrette Robinson of Whiteville;
four brothers, Spurgcon Duncan,
Toy Duncan and Raeford Duncan,
all of Chadbourn, and Major
Duncan of High Point; five sisters,
Louise Richardson of Tabor City,
Wanda Harrclson of Charleston,
S C., Belly Duncan of Whiteville,
Kathleen Richardson of Longwood
and Maglcan Faircloih of Wilming
ton; and two grandsons.
Calvin Everett of Leland died Jan.
5 at Cape Fear Memorial Hospital,
Arrangements were to be an
nounced by John H. Shaw's Sons
Zina Mae Reaves, 57, of
Calabash died Jan. 5 at New
Hanover Regional Medical Center,
The funeral will be held today
(Thursday) at 3 p.m. in Pleasant
View Baptist Church with the Rev.
James Smith officiating. Burial will
Uike place in the church cemetery.
A wake was to be held
Wednesday, Jan. 8, from ft p.m.-7
p.m. in the Juiui VV. Bennett
Memorial Chapel. Visitation was to
be at the home of Thelma Hill. U.S.
17 south of Shallotte.
Survivors include a son, Thomas
Reaves; a brother, Levi Gause; a
foster sister, Geraidine Matth"""
and a foster brother, Gerald Mat
sally perkins
Sally Perkins or the Northwest
Community died Jan. 4 at her home.
Funeral arrangements were to be
announced by Jordan Columbus
County Chapel.
Florence H. Pace, 81, of Wil
mington and formerly of Shallotte,
died Jan. 3 at New Hanover Reg
ional Medical Center, Wilmington.
Funeral arrangements were lo be
announced by Brunswick Funeral
Service, Shallottc.
Grover ('. Pue, 73. of Yaupon
Beach ilied Jan. 3 in that town.
Funeral arrangements were to be
announced by Pcacock-Newnam
Funeral Home, Southport.
Wilbcrt Jackson of Southport died
Jan. 3 at Dosher Memorial Hospital,
The funeral will be held Friday,
Jan. 10, at 3 p.m. in Friendship
Missionary Baptist Church. South
port. Burial will take place in North
wood Cemetery.
Cecil P. "Peic" jessup, 73. of Long
Beach died Jan. 4 at his residence.
The funeral was held Jan. 7 at
Occan View United Methodist
Church. Yaupon Beach. Burial was
in Cape Fear Memorial Park with
Masonic rites.
Affects Schedule
Sunday School classes will not
meet at Calvary Baptist Church in
Shallottc for at least the next three
weeks because of the renovation and
expansion of the sanctuary and other
church facilities in progress.
Worship, prayer meeting and oth
er services will continue on their
rc^uiur schedule hut will he held in
the fellowship hall, said the Rev.
John Landers, pastor. Those services
include Sunday morning worship,
with junior church and nursery
available, Sunday evening worship
and Wednesday night prayer meet
"We're looking forward to being
back in the sanctuary in about a
month with the baptistry, new choir
loft and new carpel in place," said
1 binders
The church is located on N.C. 179
in Shallottc.
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