Arbor Day Celebrated
Sea Trail Plantation Garden Club celebrated Arbor Day with the planting of 12 Bradford pear trees
outside Jones/Byrd clubhouse at Sea Trail April 24. Dean Walters, Sea Trail general manager, wields
the shovel while Ken Reinitz , maintenance superintendent, helps lower a tree into the ground, looking
on are (from left) Ed Gore, a Sea Trail owner; Maxine Brendlen, maintenance employee; and Dot
Cambria, garden club president.
Lighthouse Mission Church
Holds Revival Beginning May 6
Mike Wallace of the Church on
the Rock, Rockwall, Texas, returns
lo Brunswick County as evangelist
for revival services that began May
6 at Lighthouse Mission Church of
Calabash and continue through
Friday, May 8.
Services arc at 7:30 p.m., with
special music, said Larry Ward, pas
Wallace spoke last in Shallotte
two years ago at a 19-church cru
sade at Shallotte Middle School.
"We really believe this three
night revival will be just as excit
ing," said Ward.
The Rev. Michael Warrick of
Lumberton will be the guest evange
list for revival services May 1 1
through 16 at Ocean View Pente
costal Freewill Baptist Church at
Service will be held at 7:30 p.m.,
with special singing planned each
At Beach Chapel
The Rev. Sandy Saunders, a
Baptist minister from Fayetteville, is
the pastor of the week at The
Holden Beach Chapel, Rothschild
Street, Holden Beach.
Sunday school begins at 10 a.m.,
followed by worship at 1 1 a.m. at
the interdenominational chapel. A
nursery is provided.
Spring Yard Sale Set
St. Brendan's Catholic Church
will hold its annual spring yard sale
Thursday through Saturday, May
14- io ai the church naii.
Hours will be from 12 noon to 4
p.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fri
day and 8 a.m. to 1 1 a.m. Saturday.
Items for sale include clothing,
jewelry, furniture, dry goods, house
Sunday Worship Service 9:30 AM
Sunday School 10:45 AM
Old Georgetown Road
Dr Francis M Womack, Jr., Minister
Worship Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at <):(K) a.m
Meeting lit Sh.iilottc Middle school
Pastor Donald R. Saint
Are you lookiryj for a church
where everybody is some
The Bible (KJV) is our
We are a church that cares
and where old-fashioned
preaching is #1.
Stanley Rd , Supply
for more info call 842-2115
hold items, toys and other "grand"
attk treasures, with proceeds bene
fiting the pansh building lund
Donated items can be drop(>ed off
in advance of the sale at the parish
hall adjacent to the church, which is
located approximately two miles
south of Shallouc on U.S. 17. To
arrange pick up of large items call
Marilyn Grose at 842-5501.
Chappell Will Speak
Linda Chappell of Ash will be the
guest speaker for the May meeting
of the Shallouc Women's Aglow
The meeting will be held Sat
urday, May 9, at the Lock wood
Folly Community Building, Stan
bury Road, Supply, starting at 10
a.m. with fellowship and refresh
ments at 9:30 a.m.
Mrs. Chappell, a native of Bruns
wick County, is the the wife of Wil
liam Chappell, pastor of Faith Full
Gospel Church in Ash. She teaches
and ministers in song in praise and
worship. She serves as administra
tive secretary at Brunswick Village
All women and teen-age girls are
invited. More information is avail
able from Tuddie Dixon, president,
Youth Presenting Service
The youth of Christiana Lutheran
Church in Salisbury will visit Sl
Luke's Lutheran Church of Shallotte
May 15 through 17.
The group, which calls itself
Class aCJ , an acronym lor Active
Sunday Worship 1100 AM and 600 PM
bible Stud) & Fellowship Youlh Acrvicc
?Sunday "School 1QOO AM
Pigott 13d oil Village Point Ud ?7)4-40i8
Pastor Earl Davis
Christian Teens, will participate in
the May 17 worship service, pre
senting the musical sermon Side by
St. Luke's meets each Sunday at
Shallotie Middle School, with Sun
day school at 9 a.m. and worship at
Christiana Lutheran is the former
church of St. Luke's pastor, the Rev.
Donald R. SafriL
Mime To Perform
A Christian mime artist, Mark
Templeman, will present a range of
comic and dramatic sketches in the
sanctuary of South port Baptist
Church Friday, May 8, at 7 p.m.
The sccnes arc intended to chal
lenge audience members and to en
courage them to consider the impact
of the Gospel on their lives, a news
No admission will be charged;
however, a love offering will be tak
en. The public is invited.
Turkey Dinner Set
The United Methodist Women
(UMW) organization at Bethel
United Methodist Church in Bolivia
will sell turkey dinners at the church
on May 8, beginning at 10 a.m.
Dinners will include baked turkey
and dressing, string beans, potato
salad and cranberry sauce, at $3.50 a
Proceeds will be used for UMW
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8:00 AM Worship Servile
9 00 AM Christian Education Hour
9:30 10:00 AM Fellowship Time
10:00 AM Worship Service
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ELLA VANOVER BOWLING
blla Vanover Bowling, 79, of
Route 2, Bolivia, died April 27 in
The Brunswick Hospital.
The funeral was April 30 at Mill
Creek Baptist Church, with the Rev.
Rocky Gregory officiating. Bunai
was in the Bowling Family
Mrs. Bowling was born in Hyden,
Ky., on Aug. 7, 1913, the daughter
of the late Alex and Susan Loving
Vanover. She was a member of Mill
Creek Baptist Church and was the
widow of Roosevelt Bowling. Two
sons also preceded her in death,
James P. Bowling and Charles E.
Survivors includc three sons,
Larry L. Bowling, John D. Bowling
and William B. Bowling, all of
Bolivia; two daughters, Amanda
Gail Bowling and Anna Jean
Brown, both of Bolivia; 17 grand
children; and 17 great-grandchil
Rachel Ellis Flythc Weaver, 65,
of Route 4, Louisburg, died April 28
at Rex Hospital, Raleigh. She was
employed by Exidc Electronics for
The funeral was April 30 in the L.
Harold Poole Funeral Service
Chapel, Knightdalc, with burial in
Montlawn Memorial Park.
Survivors includc her husband,
Billic Buck Weaver; a daughter,
Ruth Ann Flythe Kemp of Louis
burg; three sons, Joseph Paul Flythc
of Castalia, James Lee Flythe of
Raleigh and Thomas Jefferson
Flythc of Wilmington; two stepsons,
Billy Glenn Weaver and Ricky
Wayne Weaver, both of Raleigh; a
brother, Raymond Chester Ellis II of
Raleigh; three sisters, Katherine E.
Moore of Yaupon Beach and Ruby
E. Flynn and lna Mac E. Murray,
both of Raleigh; eight grandchil
dren; and two great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, memorial con
tributions may be made to Hospice
of Wake County Inc., 4513 Creed
moor Road, 4th Floor, Raleigh, N.C.
DICY WOODS MUNCY
Dicy Woods Muncy, 92, of Route
5, South port, died April 28 at her
The funeral was April 30 at
Bethel Baptist Church, where she
was a member, with the Rev.
William Rice officiating. Burial was
in Antioch Baptist Church Cem
Mrs. Muncy was bom April 21,
1900, in Thousand Sticks, Ky., a
daughter of the late Lilbum and
Martha Keen Woods, and had lived
in South port since 1935. She was a
former licensed practical nurse, hav
ing retired from Dosher Memorial
Hospital with 30 years of service.
She was the widow of Bige
Survivors include their two
daughters, Ann Price of South port
and Evelyn M. Rickey of Palmer
Lake, Colo.; three sons, Edgar A.
Muncy of Hyden, Ky., Calvin M.
Muncy of Burner and Robert E.L.
Muncy of Ashcville, Ohio; a sister,
Grace McDowell of Boiling Spring
Lakes; 11 grandchildren; and nine
great-grandchildren. She was pre
ceded in death by a son, William
Memorial contributions may be
made to Dosher Memorial Hospital,
Southport Rescue Squad or Bethel
Clifford Carlton Reynolds, 42, of
Leland, died April 28.
A memorial service was held
April 30 at Red Hill Pentecostal
Church, Dclco, by the Rev. Calvin
Malpass, the Rev. Carey Horrell and
the Rev. Houston Miller.
Reynolds was bom in Cumber
land County and was a member of
Red Hill Pentecostal Church. He
was a U.S. Army veteran.
Survivors include his wife. Ca
tena Dale Reynolds; two stepsons,
Jonathan Upchurch and Randy Up
church, both of Delco; a stepdaugh
ter, Shelby Upchurch of Delco; his
lather, Morris Reynolds of Snoqual
nice. Wash.; his mother, Viola Mat
hews Reynolds of Dclco; two sis
ters, Hattie Ma I pass of Dclco and
Joan Gore of Lcland: two brothers,
Dennis Davis of Kelly ami Darrcll
Davis of Council; 2 half sister.
Shelly Reynolds of Snoqualnice;
and two half-brothers, James Rey
nolds of Snoqualnice and Dale Rey
nolds of Virginia.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may
be made to Acme-Delco-Riegel
wood Fire-Rescue Inc., P.O. Box
187, Riegcl wood, N.C. 28456
FRIEDA B. BUSSEMKR
Frieda B. Bussemer, 86, of Sunset
Beach, died April 27 at home.
The funeral and burial were held
in Queens, N.Y.
PETER JOSEPH INFANTE
Peter Joseph Infante, 68, of Land
ing II, Sunset Beach, died April 30
at his residence.
A funeral Mass was held May 2 at
St. Brendan's Catholic Church by
the Rev. Francis Maloney. Burial
was in Brunswick Memorial Gar
Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on June
8, 1923, he was the son of the late
Pictro and Antioncttc Valva Infante
Survivors include his wife, Anna
Toy Infante of the home; a daughter,
Elizabeth Jones, Bayshorc, N.Y.;
three sons, Anthony Infante of San
Antonio, Texas, Vincent Infante off
West Islip, N.Y., Michael Infante,
U.S. Air Force; and three grandchil
dren, Erica Jones, Dominick Infante
and Sabrina Infante.
Memorials may be made to
Lower Cape Fear Hospice, Hruns
wick County Office, P.O. Box ,926
Shallotte, N.C. 28459.
WELDON (TEENY) WHITE
Weldon (Teeny) White, 71 of
Evergreen, died April 28 at Colum
bus County Hospital in Whitcvillc.
A graveside service was held
April 30 at Evergreen United Meth
odist Church Cemetery, by the Rev.
Vernon Brown and the Rev Joe
Survivors include his wife. Nan
Turner White; a son, Jim W. White
of Evergreen; two daughters, Becky
W. Bass of Whitcvillc and Elizabeth
(Liz) White of Raeford; two broth
ers, Marvin (Peanut) White of
Holden Beach and Herbert H. White
of Whiteville; four sisters, Hilda W
Tan of Clarkton, Margaret Huggins
of Elizabethtown, Lucille Smith of
Dillon, S.C., and Mary Lou Faulk of
M-^Louis, Mo.; and two grandchil
Memorials may be made to Ever
green United Methodist Church or
to Chadboum Rescue Squad.
JOHN NORMAN RICE
John Norman Rice, 71 ef
Carolina Shores, Calabash, 'died
1 in Loris Community Hos
S C" after a ,on8 iL'ness.
The funeral was May 3 in the
chapel of McMillan-Small Funeral
Home MynJe Beach. S.C., with the
Rev. Ai Kreskar. officiating.
Rice was bom Aug. 5, 1920, in
Rochester N.Y., a son of the late
Wdliam Francis and Frances Dra
udc Rice. He moved to Calabash
eight years ago from Ontario, N.Y
He was retired iruiu E*i>unan Kodak
Co. in Rochester, N Y., with 44
years of scrvicc as an engineer in the
research and development depan
mcnt. A World War II veteran of the
U.S. Air Force, he was a nn vatc
lot since the age of 18, and was a
member of the Quiet Birds.
Survivors include his wife, Dons
Michel Rice of Calabash; tWo
daughters, Jacqueline Grey 0f
Brockport, N.Y., and Jill Lipinski of
Palmyra, N.Y.; a brother, William F
Rice Jr. of Rochester, N.Y.; seven
grandchildren; and one great-grand
Memorials may be made to the
Loris Community Hospital hund
Frederick Berne! Trostle, 73, of
Carolina Shores, Calabash, dial
April 30 in Grand Strand General
Hospital, Myrtle Beach, S.C., after a
The funeral was May 3 in the
chapel of McMillan-Small Funeral
Home, Myrtle Beach, S.C., with the
Rev. Al Kreskan officiating. Burial
was in Hillcrcst Cemetery.
Born June 10, 1918, in Kingsdalc,
Pa., he was a son of the late Harry
Lincoln and Esther Mac Wolfe
Trostle.He moved to Calabash nine
years ago from Mt. Laurel, NJ. He
was retired sales director of the
York Casket Company, York, Pa
and was a ranger at The Pcarf Golf
Course. He was a military veteran, a
member of 7 icdatha Masonic
Lodge No. 451, Royal Arch Chapter
No. 199, Tall Cedars of Lebanon
Spring Garden Band and the
American Federation of Musicians
Local No. 472, all in York, Pa.
Survivors include his wife
Dorothy Elizabeth Brcndlc Trostle
of Calabash; three sons, Thomas F.
Trostle, M.D., of Roanoke, Va.,
Gregory S. Trostle of Nashville
I?"-; Jeffrey A. Trostle of
Philadelphia, Pa.; a sister, Arlene
Blocher of Littlcstown, Pa.; and five
Memorials may be made to the
American Heart Association, 5808
Porcher Avenue, Myrtle Beach S C
JUDY LOUISE C. HEWETT
Judy Louise C. Hewett, 46, of
Route 2, Supply, died April 29 in
Ine Brunswick Hospital.
The funeral was held May 2 in the
chapel of Brunswick Funeral Ser
vice, Shalloue, by the Rev. Bobby
Norton. Burial was in Silent Grove
.fl,B?rnLin Southport on Aug. 4,
1945, she was a daughter of the late
Louis B. and Ann Bellflower
Survivors include her husband.
Walker Douglas Hewett of the
home; two daughters, Cindy Louise
. ?2*cwe" ?f Supply and Judith
Lorraine H. Galloway of Vamam
town; a brother, Robert Creech of
fWiif two sisters- Linda
Creech of Durham and Elizabeth
Josier of Supply; and two grandchil
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