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    Deaths And Funerals
HARRY LANK HKWKTT
Harry Lane Hcwctt, 59, of Route
3, Supply, died Jan. 21 in New
Hanover Regional Medical Center,
Wilmington.
The funeral was held Jan. 23 in
the Harvest Fellowship Pentecostal
Holiness Church witii the Rev.
Danny Harris officiating. Burial was
in Silent Grove Cemetery, Supply.
Bom July 8, 1932, in Brunswick
County, Hewett was a son of the late
Tilmon and Mary Ann "Annie"
Stanley Hewcu.
Survivors include his wife, Muriel
Cumbcc Hcwctt of the home; a son,
Harry L. Hewett Jr. of Fort Meyers,
Fla.; a sister, Mildred S/.ucs of
Holdcn Beach; a stepdaughter,
Georgia Darlcnc Evans of St.
Stephens, S.C.; three stepsons,
Edward Dean Evans of Supply,
David l-anier of Ovid, N.Y., Billy
Lanier of Texas and seven grand
children.
SYDNEY BROOKE
LANCASTER
Sydney Brooke Lancaster, 12, of
Route 1, Supply, died Jan. 20 at her
residence.
The funeral was conducted Jan.
22 by the Rev. Haydcn Cartner at
Sabhath Home Baptist Church. Bur
ial followed in the church ccmctcry.
Miss Lancaster was born Feb. 28,
1979, in Wilmington, the daughter
of Charles W. Lancaster of Supply
and the late Tonja Leigh Caison.
Survivors in addition to her father
include her grandparents, Clarence
and Betty Lancaster of Supply, and
Mark and Joan Owens of Supply;
great-grandmother, Beatrice Fulford
of the home; and an aunt and uncle,
Valerie and Scou Taylor of
Shallottc.
NOVIK PKJOTTE HILL
Novic Pigottc Hill of Shallottc
died Jan. 19 at her residence.
The funeral was held Jan. 23 at
Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist
Church, Shallottc. Burial was in
Angela Fayc Cemetery, Shallottc.
Survivors include her husband,
Ruddock Hill; two daughters, Pau
line Hill of Mt. Vcmon, N.Y., and
Dorothy Hill of Shallotte; five sons,
Levandcr Hill of Mt. Vcmon, John
Henry Hill, Ernest Hill, Joseph Hill
and Kenneth Hill, all of Shallottc;
and a brother, Julius Pigottc.
WILLIAM ROBERT
MCKENZIE
William Robert McKcny.ie, 75, ot
Southport died Jan. 21 at Doshcr
Memorial Hospital, Southport.
The funeral was held Jan. 25 at
St. James AME Zion Church. Burial
was in John Smith Cemetery with
Masonic rites.
FLORENCE PACE
A memorial scrvicc for Florence
Pace of Copas Shores, Shallottc,
who died Jan. 3, will be held at 3
p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2, in Shallottc
Presbyterian Church.
Her husband, Donald Pace, in
vites all friends to attend.
JOHN ROBERT WARREN
John Robert Warren, 72, of Long
Beach died Jan. 23 at Brunswick
Cove Nursing Center, Leland.
The funeral was held Jan. 25 at
Oak Island Presbyterian Church
with the Rev. Richard DePritcr offi
ciating. Burial was in Devotional
Gardens, Dunn.
Warren was bom Aug. 12, 1919,
in Sampson County, a son of the late
Hardy and Mary McLamb Warren,
and moved to Long Beach from
Wilmington in 1986.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of
World War II, a retired Eastern
Division Line Service Manager
from Carolina Power and Light, a
member of Oak Island Presbyterian
Church, and a former member of the
Lions Club.
Survivors include his wife.
Calabash
Presbyterian Church
Sunday Worship Service 9:30 AM
Sunday School 10:45 AM
Old Georgetown Road
(919)579-7356
Dr. Francis M. Womack, Jr.. Minister
Nursery Provided
J " S
St. Luke
Lutheran Church
Worship Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallotte Middle School
754-7816
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
S f
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
CASUAL DRESS ? NURSERY PROVIDED
Pastor: The Rev. Camllle Yorkey Edwards
579-5753
Hwy 179 at Ocean Isle Beach
1 12 mile east of OIB Intersection
Audrey Jane Tew Warren of the
home; a daughter, 6uc Harris ol
Long Bcach: a son, Scou Warren of
Long Bcach; a brother, Toby Warren
of Dunn; and a granddaughter.
MARY LILLIAN WATTS
Mary Lillian Watts of Ash died
Jan. 25 at The Brunswick Hospital,
Supply.
The funeral was conducted Jan.
28 by Elders Wycuff Skipper, Ted
Meadows, and Jennings King in the
chapel of Brunswick Funeral
Service, Shallottc. Burial was in
Shiloh Cemetery, Whitcville.
Mrs. Watts was a retired school
teacher, having taught in the
Brunswick County School System
for more than 40 years.
Among the survivors are her
daughter. Norma Faye Peters of
Arlington, Va.; a sister, Ora Mac
King of Ash; and several nieces.
MAYLOR RUBY ELLIS GORE
Maylor Ruby Ellis Gore, 86, of
Lcland died Jan. 24.
The funeral was held Jan. 26 in
Andrews Mortuary Market Street
Chapel, Wilmington, by the Rev.
John M. Scllars, with burial in
Bcllcvuc Cemetery.
Mrs. Gore was bom Dcc. 23,
1905, in Durham, the daughter of
the late William J. and Nannie Self
Ellis. She was preceded in death by
three sons, John W. Gore Sr.,
Dclmas G. Gore, and Floyd E. Gore.
Survivors include her husband of
69 years, Frank L. Gore Sr. of the
home; two daughters. Nan Gore
Benton of Lcland and Judy Gore
Bain of Rocky Point; a son, Frank L.
Gore Jr. of Wilmington; 11 grand
children; 11 great-grandchildren;
and several nieces.
LEO FRANK LITTLE
Leo Frank Little, 76, of Dclco
died Jan. 26 at Columbus County
Hospital, Whitcville.
The funeral was to be held Wed
nesday, Jan. 29, at 11 a.m. in the
Camp Branch Baptist Church with
the Rev. Garland Long officiating.
Burial was to be in the church ceme
tery.
Little was bom in Brunswick
County, a son of the late Oliver and
Ella Williams Little, and was a re
tired farmer. He was also a U.S.
Army veteran of World War II and a
member of the Camp Branch Baptist
Church.
Survivors includc his wife, Doro
thy E. Little, four daughters, Mil
dred L. Canady and Edna L. Wil
liams, both of Sandy Creek, Ann
Ethcridge of Lake Waccamaw and
Mary Little of Dclco; a stepson,
James Jones of Lcland; four broth
ers, Vance Little, George Little and
Sladc Little, all of Ash, and Harlcc
Little of Council; three sisters,
Estclle White, Midge Coleman and
Margie Milligan, all of Ash; and
eight grandchildren.
GORDON LEE BATTEN
Gordon Lee Batten, 71, of Water
Wonderland Estates, Shallotte, died
Jan. 24 at his residence.
A memorial service was to be
held Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 1 1 a.m.
in the chapel of Coble Ward-Smith
Funeral Service, Supply, with the
Rev. Truett Rogers officiating.
Batten was bom March 2, 1920,
in Hallsboro, son of the late Samuel
Jason batten Sr. and Agnes
Summcrlin Batten. He was a U.S.
Army veteran of Woild War II, and
a member of Hallsboro Baptist
Church.
Among his survivors arc a son,
Samuel Leonard Batten of Trenton,
Ontario, Canada; a daughter, Lauren
Canipsen of Norfolk, Va.; a sister,
Annie Mac Hooks of Whitcvillc;
and two grandsons.
Memorials may be made to the
American Heart Association, 4701
Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, N.C.
28403, or the Calabash Emergency
Medical Service, P.O. Box 4711
Calabash, N.C. 28467.
LAWRENCE GRAYSON
HKWKTT
Lawrence Grayson Hcwctt, 64, of
Route 6, Shallotte, died Jan. 25 in
the Veteran's Administration Re
gional Medical Center, Faycttcvillc.
The funeral was Jan. 28 at
Abundant Life Church, Shallotte, by
the Rev. Earl Pigott and the Rev.
Claude Gore. Burial was in Bruns
wick Memorial Gardens.
Hcwctt was born in Warsaw, a
son of the late Hiram and Emma
Woodcock Hewett. He was a brick
mason and veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Janice
Alma Hcwctt of the home; six sons.
Grayson Randall "Randy" Hewett,
Lawrence Kendall "Kenny" Hcwctt,
Arthur Dale Hewett, Gary "Cool"
Hcwctt and Evan Robert Hewett, all
of Sliallottc, and Kelly Rica Hcwctt
of Supply; a daughter, Janice Hewett
of Supply; two brothers, Malcolm
H. Hcwctt of San Diego, Calif., and
Gary E. Hcwctt of Wilmington; five
sisters. Aline Hinson, Myrtle
Towles, Eloise McFadden and Kay
Hinton, all of Wilmington, and
Rosaland Taic of Portland, Ore.; 12
grandchildren and one grcat-grand
child.
RICHARD OLDEN JOHNSON
Richard Olden Johnson of Tabor
City, formerly of Supply, died Jan.
25 at his residence.
The funeral was to be held Wed
nesday, Jan. 29, at 2 p.m. in Cedar
Grove Baptist Church, Supply, with
the Rev. Freeman Gause officiating.
Burial was to be in Riley?Hewett
Cemetery.
Survivors includc his mother,
Dorothy Johnson; his wife, Mary Jo
Johnson; four daughters, Karen
Johnson, Tracy Johnson, Kelly
Johnson and Stacic Johnson; a son,
DWaync Parker, two sisters, Clarctta
John and Alma Hewett; and two
brothers, Harlie Dugan and Phillip
Johnson.
ELEANOR H. BUTTNER
Eleanor H. Buuncr, 63, of Route
6, Shallotte, died Jan. 27 at The
Brunswick Hospital, Supply.
Funeral arrangements were to be
announced by Brunswick Funeral
Service, Shallotte.
GENEVA HAWKINS DAVIS
Geneva Hawkins Davis, 96, of
Long Beach died Jan. 25 at Dosher
Memorial Hospital, Southport.
The funeral was held Jan. 27 at
Ocean View United Methodist
Church. A graveside service was
held Jan. 28 in McDowell Memorial
Park, Marion, S.C.
HEARING filD CLINK
Saturday
Feb. 1
9 A.M.-2 P.M.
Thelma Quinn
Certified licensed hearing aid
dealer will be here to conduct
r tearing tests and make evalu
ations this Saturday.
30-day trial period. No obligation. Home calls available.
BRUNSWICK PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY
Across from the hospital in Supply ei?! Tht BRl?SWIC? BEACON 754*8155
Ear Molds Cleaned
Service Includes:
Hearing Test
Hearing Aid Evaluations
Repair Estimates (Ail Models)
Peoples Funeral Home
OF SHALLOTTE
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
labor City
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CEDAR GROVE AREA NEWS
Improvement Group To Meet
cedar orovc has piaced improv
1 ing its communi
ly first among its
priorities.
Ever since its
beginning 1 19
years ago, the
community has
put the highest
value on wor
ship of the true
HEWFTT 311(1 ,iV'n8 God
* ' Jehovah, by faith
through Jesus Christ his son and the
power of the Holy Spirit, an ever
present comfortcr in the heart to
keep it free of hate, poverty and ig
norance.
So far. Cedar Grove has main
tained this standard, but it has been
marTcd just a little bit in the last 10
years. However, this little bit of
moral erosion is being eliminated.
Cedar Grove Improvement Asso
ciation President Sinclair Bernard is
happy to announce that road adop
tion signs have been erected on
Grisseu Road, Turkey Trap Road
and Cedar Grove Road.
The community will commit to
cleaning up these roads, with the
time and date among the items to be
discussed at the association's Feb. 7
meeting in the church dining hall.
All citizens arc asked to be pre
sent and on time because the shirts
and jackets with the association logo
will be on display at this meeting.
Happy To Be Alive
I'm happy to be alive after being
pinned in my automobile for more
than an hour on the afternoon of Jan.
17.
I was hit by a 1989 Jeep Blazer at
4:20 p.m. en route to school where I
was taking lesson plans that I'd for
gotten to pass in before leaving at 3
p.m.
I look the full impact on the door
where I sat. Then a few minutes lat
er, the glass window in the door ex
ploded.
With the sound of a shotgun blast,
glass blew over me, filling up the
lap of my skirt and my scat belt,
jacket and blouse that was cut off
when the paramedics arrived.
I am just expressing my happiness
for being alive. I thank the many
friends that tried to make my devas
tated car a more comfortable place to
wait the long wait for the jaws of life.
I will forever have a different out
look on humanity because of the
love and comfort afforded me by
white brothers and sisters in Christ
that read Scriptures for me and
prayed aloud for me as if I were
their own dear child pinned there,
not knowing whether the gas tank
would be the next thing to explode.
Thanks to the officer who attend
ed me by just standing if front of my
windshield at first, looking like a
general doing his job well.
Then the smile and inspiration
that enveloped his face as he heard
the song 1 was singing with the side
of me that didn't have a broken col
iar bone ana bruised nbcage, giving
a wave offering to the Lord God
Jehovah.
Then he waited until I was in
emergency to hear my version of
what took place in the accident.
Then turning to my husband and
saying, "Mr. Hcwctl, if this world
had more people in it like your wife
it would be a better place for all of
us to live."
Thanks to the rescue squad and its
attendants that were so kind, con
cerned and caring for me.
And thanks to the members of the
New Hanover Hospital medical staff
that gave me the most courteous re
spect as they took care of the many
things they had to do to find all of
the bodily injuries that 1 now suffer.
And last but not least, thanks to
the little old white man orderly that
pushed my wheelchair through the
lobby when I was being dismissed.
He said, "I am going to pray that
you have a speedy recovery bemuse
I know that you must love Jesus and
children a lot by the way you were
praying and saying Scriptures in
emergency.
"I will ask him to make your's an
instant, miraculous recovery and
that by Monday you will not be so
painful that you can give them a Dr.
Martin Luther King's Day Cele
bration, because that is where your
heart is.
"Mrs. Hewcii," lie vuiilinucu,
"you are going to be proud of mc
too because I am going to be in
volved in a program of the same sort
because I belong to the Salvation
Army Congregation."
Our prayers have all been an
swered. Thanks, thanks, thanks, I
am so thankful.
Next week's column will carry
the happenings of the Brunswick
County School System's Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Birthday celebration.
Birthday Greetings
Happy birthday to everyone and
especially to David Gore, Henry
Bryant, Ala Kay Small, Ellis Bryant
and Leslie Bell.
On The Air
Be sure to listen to WVCB (1410
AM) Thursdays at 3 p.m. and Sat
urdays at 10:15 a.m. for the Cedar
Grove Area News. On Sunday
evenings, listen for the Moments of
Inspiration gospel music ministry.
Weekly Scripture
The Scripture of the week comes
from Psalms 98: "O Sing unto the
Lord a new song; for he has done
marvelous things his right hand, and
his holy arm, hath gotten him victo
ry...But ye beloved, building up
yourselves on your most holy faith,
praying in the Holy Ghost. Keep
yourself in the love of Jehovah look
ing for the mercy of our Lord Jesus
Christ unto eternal life."
CHURCH BRIEFS
Serving Spaghetti Supper
Village Point United Methodist
Church at Shallotte Point will hold a
spaghetti supper Friday, Feb. 7,
starting at 4 p.m.
Take-out plates wili be available
and a bake sale is planned in con
junction with the dinner.
Proceeds will go to the church,
said spokeswoman Patty Jones.
Revival Continues
Revival services that began Wed
nesday will continue through Sat
urday at Abundant Life Full Gospel
Church on N.C. 179 south of Shal
lotte.
Bayliss Adamiro, an evangelist
from Chester, S.C., is the guest
speaker for the services, which be
gin at 7:30 p.m.
The Kev. F. tarl Pigou and con
gregation invite the public.
Shallotte Approve
Shallotte Aldermen agreed to enter
into a mutual aid contract for the fire
department Monday after learning
that the town's insurance is adequate.
The contract allows the Shallotte
department to assist other depart
ments and vice-versa, something
that's been going on for years with
out a contract.
Town Clerk Mary Etta Hewett
said the town's liability insurance
covers the fire department when it
Revival Planned
Light House Mission of Calabash
will hold a "miracle praise" revival
starting this Sunday and continuing
through Feb. 5.
The Sunday service starts at 6:30
p.m., and services during the week
will begin at 7:30 p.m.
The public is invited to hear spe
cial singing nightly, said spokesper
son Mary Ward.
Singing At Oak Grove
Von Ferguson and the Coastal
Voices, a local gospel group, will be
featured in a singing planned Sun
day, Feb. 2, at 6 p.m. at Oak Grove
Baptist Church.
Visitors are invited, said spokes
woman Effic Evans. The church is
located on N.C. 130 cast of Shal
lot te.
s Fire Aid Contract
offers mutual aid under the terms of
the contract.
Aldermen had tabled the matter at
their regular meeting Jan. 21 until
questions about the town's insurance
coverage could be researched.
The contract was approved at a
special meeting Monday. The town
had to approve the contract by Jan.
30 or risk losing the SI 3,000 the fire
department receives each year from
the county.
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