IAMKS RORF.RT JONFS
James Robert Jones, 57, of Ash
died Feb. 12 in The Brunswick Hos
A memorial service was held Feb.
14 in the chapel of Brunswick
Funeral Service, Shallottc, with the
Rev. Garland Long officiating.
Bom Aug. 11, 1934, in Bruns
wick County, Jones was a son of ihc
late James Pearl and Clara Carlisle
Jones. He was preceded in death by
a son, James Carl Jones.
Among the survivors arc two
daughters, Barbara Jean Duke of
Bynum and Karen Denise Jones of
Chapel Hill; two sisters, Helen J.
Browning of Ash and Marie Jenrette
of Moncks Comer, S.C.; a brother,
Benny Jones of Port Wcntworth,
Ga.; and a granddaughter.
MINNIE LARKINS WILLIS
Minnie Larkins Willis, 101, of
Winnabow died Feb. 12 in Bruns
wick Cove Nursing Center, Lcland.
A graveside service was conduct
ed Feb. 14 in Oakdale Cemetery in
Wilmington by Dr. Douglas Vaug
Mrs. Willis was bom July 3,
1 890, in Pender County, daughter of
the late James T. and Elizabeth
Holmes Williams Larkins. She was
preceded in death by her husband,
Paul Turner Willis, and her son. Paul
Turner Willis Jr.
She was a lifelong member of
First Presbyterian Church of Wil
mington and was retired from At
lantic Coast Line Railroad after 32
years of service.
Her survivors include a niece,
Mrs. Julian K. Taylor of Winnabow,
and two nephews, L. Bradford
Tillery and W. Hampton Tillcry of
Memorials may be made to the
charity of one's choice.
JAMES BRYAN STANLEY SR.
James Bryan Stanley Sr., 81, of
Charlotte died Feb. 10 at the Vet
eran's Administration Hospital in
The funeral was held Feb. 13 at
Hankins, Whiuington and Williams
Dearborn Funeral Home in Char
lotte. Burial was in Sharon Memor
ial Park, Charlotte.
Bom in Brunswick County, Stan
ley lived most of his life in Char
lotte, where he was a former magis
trate of Charlotte Township, Mcck
Stanley was a self-employed
salesman with Stanley Motor Com
pany before his retirement. He was a
U.S. Army mcdical corps veteran of
World War II, a member of Dilworth
Unite*! Methodist Church and a life
time member of Calabash VFW Post
Among the survivors are his wife.
A fire that burned about an
acre of woods near Bolivia Sun
day evening apparently started
when some grass caught fire be
neath a car.
Wilbur Verecn, of Route 2,
Bolivia, had driven his AMC
Hornet into a wooded area be
hind his house 011 N.C. 87 near
Danford Road, he told
Brunswick County Sheriff's
Deputy Becky McDonald.
Verecn and his son went there
to check on a creek and left the
car's engine running. Some grass
beneath the car was apparently
touching the exhaust pipe and
caught on fire, Ms. McDonald
When the Vereens relumed
from the creek, fire had engulfed
the car and was spreading into
the woods. The car, valued ai
SI, 000, was destroyed.
Verecn and his son attempted
to put out the fire, said Ms.
Firefighters from the Bolivia
Volunteer Fire Department and
the N.C. Forest Scrvice respond
ed to put out the blaze around
Close to an acre of woods
burned before it was brought un
der control. No one was injured,
said Ms. McDonald.
Hwy 904. #3 Seaside North
Ai!cen Sisnlcy of the hofnc, ?. son,
James B. Stanley Jr. of Shallotte; a
daughter, Patricia S. Horn of Char
lotte; two brothers, Jesse Stanley of
Salisbury and William Stanley of
Calabash; three sisters, Ola Edwards
of Wilmington, Beatrice Brown of
Charlotte ar^d Ila Burke of Racford;
four grandchildren; and two great
ROBERT BURNS BUCK
Robert "Snooks" Bums Buck, 72,
of Wilmington died Feb. 12 in Pin
nacle Care Center following an ex
The funeral was held Feb. 14 in
the chapel of Coble Ward-Smith
Funeral Service with the Rev.
Gerald A. Nordsiek Jr officiating.
Burial followed in the Bethany Pres
byterian Church Cemetery.
Buck, a member of St. Matthew
Lutheran Church, was born Dec. 4,
1919, in Wilmington, son of the lute
Oscar and Rosa Heath Buck. He was
a U.S. Army veteran of World War
II, having served in France, and re
ceived the Bronze Star.
Survivors include his wife, Hilda
Sciltcr Buck of the home; four
daughters, Diane B. Stirewalt of
Wilmington, Nancy B. Coble of
Supply, lane B Pearson of Scons
Hil! and Anita B. Turner of New
Canaan, Conn.; three brothers, New
man Buck of Wrightsville Beach,
O.D. Buck and W.A. Buck, both of
Wilmington; a sister, Rosa B. Smith
of Jacksonville, Fla.; and five grand
The family requests memorials be
made to the St. Matthew Lutheran
Church Building Fund, 612 S.
College Ru., WiliTiingion, N.C.
Goldie Elizabeth Robinson Shcp
ard, 92, of Hermitage House Rest
Home, died Feb. 13 at New Hanover
Regional Medical Center, Wilming
A graveside service was held Feb.
17 at Grcenlawn Memorial Park
with the Rev. Bo Baker presiding.
Mrs. Shcpard was born in Bruns
wick County, daughter of the late
Alexander and Agnes Robinson.
Survivors include three daughters,
Flossie Bron/.incki, Myrtle Ward
and Mildred Nichols, all of Wilm
ington; a son, C.F Andrews of
Hampstcad; two brothers, O.Y. Rob
inson of Supply and Roland Rob
inson of Wilmington; three sisters,
Maggie Clemmons of Supply, Macie
Harper of Ash and Blanche Jacobs
of Shallcue; grandchildren; 22
great-grandchildren; and eight grcat
grcal-grandch i Idrcn .
JKRRY L. "KR(K;" MOSLEY
Jerry L. "Frog" Moslcy of Na
vassa died Feb. 11 at Cape Fear
Memorial Hospital, Wilmington.
The funeral was held Feb. 15 at
Mt. Calvary AME Church, Navassa.
Burial was in Mearcs Cemetery.
RUTH DIXON WILLIAMS
Ruth Dixon Williams, 89, of Boil
ing Spring Lakes died Feb. 11 at
Doshcr Memorial Hospital, South
The funeral was conductcd Feb.
15 at Borgwardt Funeral Home,
Bcltsville, Md. Burial was in George
Washington Cemetery, Adclphi, Md.
SUSIE MAK NEVILLE
Susie Mac Neville of Lcland died
Feb. 16 at Brunswick Cove Nursing
A graveside scrvicc was held Feb.
18 in Bcllevuc Cemetery.
Emery Giovanncili, 68, of Hol
iday Haven, Shallottc, died Feb. 17
at The Brunswick Hospital, Supply.
A memorial scrvicc was to be
held at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19,
at Boone's Neck Baptist Church,
with the Rev. Norman Bailey offici
Giovanncili was bom Dcc. 6,
1923, in Granville, Pa., to the late
Ausillo and Clara Polandri Giovan
nclli. He served in the U.S. Army
during World War II.
Survivors include his wife. Dawn
H. Giovanncili of the home; two
daughters, Yvonne Hasley of Chaik
Hill. Pa., and Valerie Mislan of
Rices Landing, Pa.; four brothers;
one sister; and one grandchild.
Gerald Loy, 63, of Salt Aire
Village, Calabash, died Feb. 13 at
A memorial service was held Feb.
16 in the chapcl of Brunswick
Funeral Scrvicc in Shalloue.
Bom in Cleveland, Ohio, on
March 12, 1928, he was a son of the
late Clarcncc and Helen C. Loy. He
was an architectural representative
for the State of Ohio and a veteran
of the U.S. Marine Corps.
Survivors includc his wife, Mary
Lou Harper Loy of the home; a son,
Jerome H. Loy of Forest, Va.; a
daughter, Susan Kathleen Loy of
Moncia, Va.; a sister, Luciiic Spenc
er of Broadview Heights, Ohio; and
THURMAN GRANT GORE
Thurman Grant Gore, 71, of
NJolr ina Fvb. 1 'I ut his hOTTiC.
The funeral was Feb. 16 at Inman
Chapel, Tabor City, with the Rev.
Darcy Hardwick officiating. Burial
was in Bethesda Methcxlist Church
Survivors include his wife, Mar
garet S. Gore; two sons, Lacy James
Gore and Roy S. Gore, both of
Nakina; two brothers, Herbert R.
Gore and John B. Gore, both of
Nakina; two sisters, Alice McCum
bcc of Ash and Ailccn Pate of
Whiteville; and four grandchildren.
LONZIE MASON HUGHES
Lonzic Mason Hughes, 82, of
Wilmington and formerly of Ash
died Feb. 15 at New Hanover
Regional Medical Center,
The funeral was held Feb. 17 at
Bruaswick Funeral Service,
Shallottc, by the Rev. Charlie Smith
and the Rev. Howard Fowler. Burial
was in the Coleman Cemetery, Ash.
A Brunswick County native,
Hughes was a son of the late Luther
and Jessie Coleman Hughes. He was
a U.S. Army veteran and recipient of
five Bronze Star Medals.
Among the survivors are his wife,
Magdalene Smith Hughes; a brother,
Herman Hughes of Ash; three sis
ters, Lundy Watts of Shallottc, and
Beulah Boyd and Wilma Long, both
of Wilmington; and a granddaughter.
Jolly Jacobs, 69, of Bolton died
Feb. 14 at New Hanover Regional
Medical Center, Wilmington.
The funeral was held Feb. 17 at
Mount Sinai Holiness Church,
where he was a member, by the Rev.
Wilbur Ammons. Burial was in Red
Survivors include his wife, Easter
Rose Jacobs; four sons, William
Floyd (Jack) Jacobs, Ronald Dean
Jacobs, Jolly Bruce Jacobs and Terry
Lynn Jacobs, all of Bolton; two
daughters, Annie Louise Patrick of
Bolton and Betty Rose Dolce of
Durham; a brother, E.S. Jacobs of
Bolton; a half-brother, Rex Allen
Jacobs of Bolton; a half-sister, Jean
Jacobs of Lcland; 15 grandchildren;
and four great-grandchildren.
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Sunday Worship Service 9:30 AM
Sunday School 10:45 AM
Old Georgetown Road
Dr. Francis M. Womack, Jr., Minister
CEDAR GROVE AREA NEWS
Children Lead Observance
BY BARBARA T. HKVVKTT
The children of Cedar Grove
| Missionary Bap
tist Church ob
was coordinated by Francis Grisseu
and the Sunday School teachers,
with ministry provided by the pastor
and members of Union Baptist
Christie Corrine Price is Cedar
Grove's Little Dynamics 1992. She
is the daughter of Anthony and Pc
She will be competing in the up
coming Little Miss/Mr. Dynamics
program sponsored by Ocean View
Several mission study groups arc
active in the local area.
Rcbccca Johnson's home, as well
as the home of A/alee Johnson,
hosted Group I, Home and Foreign
Missions, which covers the Johnson
Town area. Attending were Pcncic
Grisseu, Maggdelinc Johnson and
Group II, which covers the Riley
Hewctt area, studied in the homis of
Eua Hewctt and Evelyn Hewctt.
Attending were Hattic Full wood
' Martin Luther
Feb. 9 in a pro
gram that fea
1 skits and songs.
C halm an, Ada Fullwood and Claud
ia Fullwood. To participate, contact
either Azalcc Johnson or Claudia
Fullwood, chairpersons of Group I
and Group II respectively.
Congratulations to two children
who are being honored as "Youth of
J ana Gore and Tamira Fullwood
were cited by their group as being
the most dedicated in attendance and
support. Their supervisor is Francis
The children's Christian Mission
is looking for homes in which to
meet in the community. Meanwhile,
the group meets at Cedar Grove
Baptist Church each Friday at 7 p.m.
Two names were left out of those
recently singing in the Martin
Luther King Mass Youth County
Choir. They were Nakelia Hewett
and Cicily Williams.
Be sure to listen to WVCB (1410
A.M.) 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 program.
Worship Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallotte Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
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McKinney To Speak Af Calvary
The Rev. Ted Mc Kinney, director
of married housing at Campbell
University, Buics Creek, will speak
at the II a.m. worship scrvicc at
Calvary Baptist Church in Shallotte
Sunday, Feb. 23, for Baptist
Seminary, College and School Day.
McKinncy earned his bachelor's
degree from Columbia Bible Col
lege. Prior to joining the staff at
Campbell, he served as senior pastor
of Mount Zion Neighborhood
Church in Pennsylvania for five
years. He also served as a mission
ary in Surinamc, South Amcrica,
from 1973 through 1978.
Baptist Seminary, College and
School Day is sponsored by the
Eduction Commission of the South
ern Baptist Convention.
Women Have Day
Women of the church will fill all
positions during the 10:45 a.m. scr
vicc Sunday as Harvest Fellowship
Pentecostal Holiness Church cele
brates Ladies Day.
Mary Belle Johnson, a GEMS
(Girls Enter The Master's Scrvicc)
sponsor on the' church conference
staff, will be the guest speaker.
The church is located on Gray
Bridge Road off N.C. 130 cast of
Planning A New Year
Ocean View Association held its
Mid- Year Session Feb. 8 to begin
planning for a new fiscal year.
The convention was held Feb. 8 at
Ml. Zion Missionary Baptist
Officers in the association arc the
Rev. Freeman Cause, moderator, the
Rev. M.C. Herring, vice moderator;
Henry Bryant, recording secretary;
Edic Bryant Gausc, assistant record
ing secretary; the Rev. Julius Frink,
missionary; Barbara T.Hcwett, cor
responding secretary; Tim Gore, fi
nancial secretary; Marva Brown, au
ditor; Elizabeth Jcnrettc, music di
rector, Mary Everlina Bernard, his
torian; Utha Hcwett, pianist; and
Bcrnicc Gausc, assistant pianist.
GEMS Set Bake Sale
The GEMS of Harvest Fellowship
Pentecostal Holiness Church will
hold a bake sale Saturday, starting at
8:30 a.m., at two locations in
Tables will be set up in front of
Jones' department store and Kerr
GEMS is the acronym for Girls
Enter The Master's Service, said
church spokesman Peggy Jordan.
The girls are raising money for uni
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
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