COLE BLEASE MACON
Cole B lease Macon. 79. of White
ville. died March 10 in Columbus
County Hospital. He was a retired
The funeral was conducted March
12 in the chapcS of Brunswick Fun
eral Service, Whiteville, by the Rev.
Landis Lancaster. Burial was in Col
umbus Memorial Park.
Bom in Ccito Gordo, he was a
son ol the late William and Mary
Belle Brut Macon.
Survivors include two daughters,
Mrs. Vemon (Mary) Ward of Shal
louc aiul Mrs. J.B. (Virginia) Reaves
of Whiteville: three sons. Carl Ma
con and Arthur Macon, both of High
Point, and George Macon of 1 rinily;
two brothers. Homer Macon of
Evergreen and Jack Macon ol Mil
waukee, is.; two sisters. Marie
Brown of Evergreen and Margaret
Reeves of Wilmington; eight grand
children; and one great-grandchild.
The funeral for Letlia Thompson
was held March 12 in St. Mary's
Missionary Baptist Church, Winn
Burial was in St. Mary's Ccme
Ms. Thompson, a resident ol Au
tumn Care in Shallotte. died March
7 in Shallotte.
EDNA BROWN BAUGH
Edna Brown Baugh. 81, of Wilm
ington, died March 10 in Lenoir
Memorial Hospital, Kinslon. She
was retired from the Brunswick
County School system.
A memorial service was held
March 13 in the Kingdom Hall of
Jehovah's Witnecscs North Congre
gation, Wilmington, where she had
been an active member.
Mrs. Baugh was bom in Kinslon
Jan. 8, 191 1 , the daughter of the late
Albert Clifton Brown Sr. and Mar
garet Corrinc Chestnut.
She was die widow of William C.
Survivors include a daughter, Jo
anne B. Chapman of Kinslon; a son.
William C. Baugh of Wilmington;
ihrec sisters, Florinc B. Funk ol
Bowling Green, Ky., Olive B.
Goodwin of Raleigh and Elizabeth
B. Malik of Wilmington; a brother,
Charles R. Brown of Kinslon; four
grandchildren; and iwo great-grand
In lieu of flowers, memorials may
be made to Duke Rehabilitation
Center, c/o Medical Director. P.O.
Box 3935, Durham, N.C. 27/00.
MINA AUDREY H. SMITH
Mina Audrey Hewctl Smith, 59,
of Route 3, Shallotte, died March 1 1
at New Hanover Regional Medical
The funeral was March 13 at
Shell Point Baptist Church, with die
Rev. Landis Lancaster and the Rev.
Donald Hardwick officiating. Burial
was in die Georgetown- Holden
Cemetery at Supply.
Mrs. Smiih was bom in Supply on
April 26, 1932, to Eli/a Danlord
Hewctl of .shalloltc and the late John
Edward He.weu She was a member
of Shell Point Bapust Church.
Survivors in addition to her moth
er include her husband, Junior Smith
of the home; three sons, Lindberg
Smith and Lou G. Smith, both of
Supply, and Johnnie Clay Smith of
the home; a daughter, Linda Diane
Tripp of Longwood; two brothers.
Craven Hewelt and Boyce Heweti,
both of Supply; two sisters, Lou
Cheers and Nelda Smith, both of
Shallotte; four grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may
be made to Lower Cape Fear Hos
pice, P.O. Box 1926, Shallotte, N.C.
Donnic Lubert Edwards Sr., 60,
of Long Beach and formerly of
Roscboro, died March 10 in Lalay
The funeral was held March 14 at
Roscboro First Baptist Church, with
the Rev. Dana Slack, the Rev.
Douglas Huff and the Rev. Ross
Moyer officiating. Burial was in
Sunrise Memorial Gardens.
Survivors include his wife, Linda
Smith Edwards; two daughters.
M.chcllc E. Reynolds of Clinton and
Mary Linda Edwards of Lone
Bcach; two sons, Donnic L. Ed
wards Jr. of Mobile, Ala., and Chris
Edwards of Roscboro; his mother
Sudic Autry Edwards of Roscboro
?uu. mmo, Joycc Carter of Fayet
tcvlle Mrs. Ga.y Thompson of
Ccrro Gordo. Mary Love Royal of
Salcmburg and Carol Honcycutt of
a,ul ihrcc grandchildren
Hie f aim ly |las asked that memor
ial gilts he made to the giver's fa
vorite charity tn honor of Donnic L
DAVID CLEVELAND COVER
7n r oCV', David acvc|and Cover,
M-'Jh . i Spnn* Ukcs- died
a I) " 31 his residence. He was
retired I mm Carolina Power & Light
M m hmC|n,10r,al SCniCC WaS hc|d
Maah 14 at Southpon Baptist
u ? hc was ;| member,
with the Rev. Wayne Tre.xler offici
Cover was horn Dec. 13, 1921 in
New York City, to the late Harry P
and Florence C. Harris Cover. He
moved to Boiling Spring Lakes from
Connecticut 17 years ago. He was a
U V' uArmy veteran of World War II
and the Korean war.
A graduate of Columbia Bible
College. Columb. a. S C.. he was a
Sunday school teacher,
iSl^ nfrCAV,OU-S^ 3S inlCrim
Bolivia AnUoch BaPUst Church.
Survivors include his wife Fern
Jester Cover of the home; a stcp
J**' Bcl,nda Collins Wilkens
of Southpon; a stepson, Michael C.
Gannaway of Memphis, Tenn.; and
fT? H- Paul Cover of
Elizabeth, on, Tenn., and Donald
xaT' Corpus Christi, Texas.
Memorial contributions may be
Budrfin? BaP^ Church
Hospice" d ?r L('WCr CaP? F^ar
NORMA m. SWARTS
Hrihmiai M, S?WartS' 59' of Holdcn
Bcach, died March 14 in Duke
Midical Center, Durham, following
scrvicc was held
March 17 m the National Cemcterv
. ^ |?Va' mcmorial service will be
he d Fnday, March 20, at 2 p.m. at
Beach " ClUpcl Hoidcn
Mrs. Swans was bom ,n Hance
ville. Ala a daughter of ihc late
Henry and Gracc Weeks Moore She
was a certified registered anesthetist
A regular visitor to Holden Bcach
since 1 )M, she had been a perma
nent resident of ihe island since
82. She was a former member of
the town board of elections.
J"?? mdudc hcr husband,
, 'dn(i> ^arts of Hoidcn Beach*
two (bughtcrs, Valeric Swarts Gard
E^illc^. and Deborah
.u? K Saluda; dwee grandchildren;
a, I ?^rS- Claudc Mo?rc of
Auburn, Ala., and Fred Moore of
Amenca, 5x01 Executive Center
give. Suite 101, Charlotte, N.C.
CARLEEN NORRIS LYLES
Carlecn Norris Lyles, 83, of
Route 1, Supply died March 14. She
was a retired textile worker
The funeral was held March 16 in
B'ggs-Prevatte Funeral Home Cha
pel, Lumberton, with the Rev. Nor
ne'tomy officiating. Bunal was
m New Hollywood Cemetery, Lum
Born in Horry County, S.C she
3 r ^ ^hlcr of latc Manin
antl Ruth Manning Norris. She was
ihc widow of Jessie Leonard Lyles.
Sunday Worship Service 9:30 AM
Sunday School 10:45 AM
Old Georgetown Road
Dr Francis M Womack. Jr.. Minister
Ready to set out in your garden...
Cabbage ? Cauliflower ? Brussel Sprouts
Azaleas ? Camellias ? Potted Shrubbery & Trees
Red Tips. ..99*
1 gal. pots. While supply lasts!
Cabbage Plants ...2 doz....$100
Hwy. 179 at entrance to BentTree Plantation.
One mile east of Ocean Isle Beach ? 754-2933
Open Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30
e? 99? Tuf BftUNSWCK BEACON
Jaml^M? ,nC'udc four sons,
NT ^an,n Lylcs Sr of Dallas.
; ,,<>nia-s Leonard Lyles of
nd'S" ?TfrJ Lylcs of Shallotte,
ia r fVC?hM'ChaCl Ly,csof AUan
, rlj!rcc daughters, Bobbie
'Vjaplcs Of ou|?piy, Biiiic Bayicss of
VIvS R k"" ? and Ncllic U'C Of
M>rilc Beach. S.C.; four sisters
|/?!VCy' A,ma ,vcy- Dot Haves
and Myrtle Stankwytch, all of Lum
Unon; W grandchildren; and n
Marvin Eugene Huddleston, 65
Pcact^ Mn?ral raS Maah 17 m
w^h p T' Ba'nist Church.
R? v X Jcrry Da?? and the
Rev. IX,ug Fairfax officiating. Bur
?al was in the church cemetery with
military honors and masonic riles af
ArFC& A M0?"' I (X,KC No 395
Huddleston was born in Wilming
ton or .March 21. 1926. the son of
Ora Smith Huddleston. now of
He was retired from the U S
Coast Guard wiih 22 years of ser
vice and was owner and operator of
Marvin s Coin Shop in Norwich
Conn, and Wilmington. He had rc
f-ni ,Capc Fcar Community
Col egc as d.rcctor of purchasing.
Huddleston was a member of
Oncni Lodge No. 395. A.F.& A M
^ formerly associated with
Royal Arch Masons, Wilmington
Scottish Rite Masonic Bodies in the
Valley Long Island, N.Y., and
Ncmrod Grotto, Norwich, Conn
A member of Pci.ce Memorial
Baptist Church, he had served in
various pos.uons, including Sunday
school teacher and choir director
rr ^dition to his moth
er include his wife, Janet Long Hud
dleston of the home; four sons,
Kevin Eugene Huddleston of the
ofNnrfil?^/" ?Ugcnc Hud<"esion
nf w? " R,chard Huddleston
of Wilmington and Keith Huddles
ton of Winnabow; three daughters
Joyce Debra Huddleston of Ports -
mouth, Va Janice Yow of Bolivia,
and Tina Huddleston of Wilming
ton; a brother, Thomas Ralph Hud
fiCSU?k ^omasville; a sister
Elizabeth Ann Cnss of Wilmington
and seven grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to Low
er Cape Fcar Hospice, Brunswick
County Office, P.O. Box 1926
Shallotte, N.C. 28459
RUDY THOMAS ALLEN
( "US Allen of Leland
died March 12 in The Brunswick
m A h8?,VCsidc scrv'icc was held
March 16 in Greenlawn Memorial
Park by the Rev. Jim Griffin
Maxwell (Bud) Howard Gold
smith, of Starboard By The Sea
Ocean Isle Beach, and formerly of
Charlouc, died March 15 in The
Brunswick Hospital, Supply. He had
served as director of fiscal service
at Charlouc Rehabilitation Hospital
m ??orul1 wi" be held
h c P I?' 1,10 chaPcl of
Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Service
St. Luke x
Worship Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M
Sunday School al 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallotte Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
Goldsmith was bom in New
York, N.Y., on Nov. 11, 1920, to the
late Phillip and Dodge Silvcrstcin
Goldsmith. He was a member of
Temple Beth El of Charlotte and
Beth Israel of Whiteville.
Survivors include his wife,
Gladys Taylor Goldsmith of the
home; a daughter, Diane Ledcrcr of
Williamsburg, Va.; a sister, Phyllis
Cohen of New York City; two
grandchildren; and a number of
nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks
that memorials be directed to the
American Heart Association, the
American Cancer Socicty or the
Shallottc Volunteer Rescue Squad.
LEONARD LEE DAVIS
Leonard Lee Davis, 76, of Route
2, Supply, died March 15 in The
The funeral was to be held at 2
p.m. Wednesday, March 18, at
Sabbath Home Baptist Church, by
the Rev. Weston Vamum. Burial
was to be in the church cemetery.
Born in Brunswick County on
Aug. 12, 1915, he was a son of the
late Wallace and Lillic Rourk Davis.
Survivors include his wife, Addie
Clemmons Davis of the home; and a
son. Marvin Davis of the home.
William David Pridgcn Sr., 69. of
Faycttcville, (lied March 15.
The funeral was to be held at 1 1
a.m. Wednesday, March 18, at Jcr
nigan-Warrcn Funeral Home Chapel
by the Rev. Tom Hcrndon. Burial
was to be in Gilmont Cemetery in
Among his survivors arc his wife..
Edith Dees Pridgcn; two daughters,
Glenda Dee Pridgcn Bell of Raleigh
and Angela Pridgcn Williams of
Clayton; a son, William David Prid
gcn Jr. of Shallottc; a brother, Lloyd
Albert Pridgcn of Dover, N.C.; and
Memorials may be made to Jud
son Baptist Church or to the Amer
ican Heart Association.
EARLENE B. MILLS
Earlenc B. Mills, 55, of Route 1,
Ash, died March 15 in Columbus
County Hospital in Whiteville.
The funeral was to be held
Wednesday, March 18, at 2 p.m. at
Worthington Funeral Home Chapel
in Chadbourn by the Rev. Charles
Smith, with burial in Pleasant Hill
Baptist Church Cemetery.
She was the daughter of the late
Clarence b. and Mary C. Biuwn
Survivors include her husband,
Bobby Mills of Ash; a son, the Rev.
Franklin Mills of Boiling Spring
Lakes; a daughter, Linda C. Mills of
the home; three brothers, Albert B.
Buffkin and Paul Leonard Buffkin
of Clarendon and Clarence Chester
Buflkin of San Dimas, Calif.; and
DOROTHY A. TANNER
Dorothy A. Tanner of Calabash
died March 14 at her residence.
The funeral was March 16 at Our
Lady Star of iiic Sea Catholic
Church, North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Burial was in North Myrtle Beach
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. Camiile Yorkcy Edwards
Hwy. 179 at Ocean Isle Beach
1 / 2 ntile east of OIB Intersection
St. James the Fisherman
4941 Main St., Bus Hwy. 17, P.O. Box 68, Shallotte, NC 28459
MAINE LOBSTER SALE
Hundreds Of Prime Maine Lobsters Flown
Into Brunswick County For This Sale
LIVE LOBSTERS ONLY $8.95 EACH
Perfectly cooked lobsters: Add $1.00 at the door.
SATURDAY, MAY 2
ORDER YOUR LOBSTERS EARLY!
Tickets are available from members of St. James the Fisherman. All
lobsters must be paid for by April 20. Tickets for lobsters ordered by
mail will be held at the door. In order to ensure your fresh, quality
lobsters, we pay in advance and air-ship. No refunds. Lobsters must
be picked up at St. James between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on May 2.
Name Number of lobsters <($ $8* each
Address Amount enclosed
Phone number Make check payable to Si. James the Fisherman.
(All proceeds go to St_Jamestlw fisherman Building fund)
8:15 AM- Holy Eucharist
10:00 AM ? Church School for all ages,
nursery through adult
10:30 AM - Holy Eucharist
Morning Prayer on 5th Sundays
Cnffee and fellowship following both services.
Casual attire. Nursery available.
7PM - Holy Eucharist and healing
Sing To Aid Food Pantry
The Altarmen of Shalloue will
ung at Peace Memorial Missionary
Bpa Chuicli in Winnabow S
clit lor ihc church's lood pantry
No admission w.H be charged but
222? Wl!i ^ acccpted, said
-rL ^ ?magc Sullivan.
The lood pantry has been provid
?irp-i r r noe<,y families j?
arca lor Tour yean;. Operated by two
STE Mr' and Mrs- W,lliam
fw Pantry servcs about 10
families per week. It is open every
Thursday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
sJS0 Memorial Church holds a
spccu! sing the third Saturday of
in w C ch"rch is 'ocated on U.S. 17
of finiiv c aboul rive miles north
< morc '"formation,
call Sullivan at 253-5255.
Glory men To Sing
The Glory men will be featured in
a gospel concert at Sabbath Home
Baptist Church Sunday, March 22
at / p.m.
Hr,? r-k"^ kS loca,cd on Sabbath
Sk ^hua'' Road "car the Holden
Sunday's For Youth
First Baptist Church of Shallotlc
will observe Youth Sunday during
tell am worchip scrvice Sunday.
Day Of Recollection
J*,1** Guild ^ Our Lady
N^h M . o Cath?'ic Church in
North Myrtle Beach, S.C., will hold
m ? oc Rccolleclion Wednesday
March 25, that is open to all women
Mullen Sa'd spokcsman Hc|cn
The Rev. James Crowley of St
Ann s Church in Florence, S.C. will
be the speaker.
Mass will be celebrated at 8 a.m
and the first talk will be at 9 a m '
Guild members will serve |unch
Tickets arc available following
Masses on March 2 1 and 22.
Hills Of Lent
The Hills of Lent," a special
Lenten observance at St. James
?^pi?u>pal Church in Shalloue cor.
^ch focusing ^n thc
ftr . "nt Camicl- for faith and
faithfulness even in the face of on
A light supper will be served at 6
pm followed by the program and
celebration of the Holy Eucharist.
Donations for the meal will be
The church is located at 4941
Main Street, Shallotlc. The Rev
Richard W. Warner Jr. is thepastor
Chappell Is Speaker
Linda Chappell of Ash will share
her testimony with the Southport
Women's Aglow Fellowship when
it meets at 10 a.m. Saturday, March
21, at Western Sizzling Stcakhousc,
Long Beach Road, Southport.
All women and teen-age girls are
invited to participate in the fellow
ship. Ministry to the hearing im
paired is offered. Lunch will be
available after the meeting.
Lay Rally Is Sunday
United Methodist churches in
Brunswick County will be repre
sented at the Wilmington District
Lay Rally Sunday, March 22, at
3:30 p.m. on the campus of the Uni
versity of North Carolina at Wilm
The rally is a time for clergy and
lay members to celebrate and recog
nize the ministries of the various
churchcs and the contributions of in
dividuals to the work of the church.
Lenten Service Set
St. Luke Lutheran Church of
Shallotte will hold a special Lenten
service Wednesday, March 25, at
7:30 p.m. in the Lockwood Folly
Community Building on Stanbury
IW'UU ill ouppij'
All are welcome, said spokesman
A prayer revival will be held
Monday through Thursday, March
23-26, at Harvest Fellowship Pente
costal Holiness Church by Pastor
The church is located on Gray
Bridge Road off N.C. 130 East.
The public is invited, said spokes
man Peggy Jordan.
Women's Retreat Set
Members of the Women's Mini
stries program at Harvest Fellowship
Pentecostal Holiness Church near
Shallotte arc planning a retreat
March 20 and 21 at Living Faith
Fellowship Church in Rocky Mount.
Guest speaker wiii be Caroi
Kornacki of Orlando, Fla., of the
television ministry program This
Generation. The theme of the pro
gram will be "You and This
Registration begins at 4 p.m. Frid
ay, saiu church spukesman Peggy
Jordan. The retreat will begin at
7:30 p.m. Friday, and resume at 9:45
The New Believers, a Shallotte
gospel group, will sing at Harvest
Fellowship Pentecostal Holiness
Church, Sunday. March 22, at 6
The church is located on Gray
Bridge Road east of Shallotte.
The singing is open to everyone,
said church spokesperson Peggy
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