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    Area. Deaths And. Funerals
JANIK ROKNA H. FULFORD
Janic Rocna H. Fulford, 88, of
Holden Bcach community. Route 1 ,
Supply, died June 4 in Cape Fear
Memorial Hospital, Wilmington.
The funeral was June 6 at Sabbath
Home Baptist Church with the Rev.
Leo Cannon and the Rev. Sidney
Brut. Burial was in the church cem
etery.
Mrs. Fulford was born in Shal
lotte on Aug. 20, 1903, and was the
daughter of the late Marshall Carnie
and Janic Lewis Hcwctt. She was a
member of Sabbath Home Baptist
Church.
Survivors include three daughters,
Margaret Gibson of Nichols, S.C.,
Estcllc Johnson of Holden Bcach
and Lois Moore of Winnabow; five
grandchildren; eight great-grandchil
dren: and two great-great-grandchil
dren.
KERMIT JACOB HOLLOWAY
Kcrmit Jacob Holloway, 81, of
Long Bcach, died June 4 at his resi
dence. He was a retired building con
tractor and from 1964 to 1974 was
the owner and operator of Holloway
Furniture Stone in Long Bcach.
The funeral was held June 7 at
Grandvicw Memorial Funeral Cha
pel in Sparta, with Elder Dan Ed
wards officiating. Bunal was in
Whitehead Union Baptist Church
Cemetery.
Born Aug. 28, 1910, in Alleghany
County, he was the son of the late
John Mack and Nettie Edwards
Holloway and moved to Long Bcach
from High Point in 1964.
Holloway was a member of New
Salem Baptist Church in Wolf
Branch, a former member of Oak
Island Lions Club and formerly
served as a city councilman and
mayor pro-tcm of Long Bcach.
Survivors includc his wife. Manic
Joincs Holloway of the home; a
daughter, Nancy Holloway Davis of
Southern Pines; a grandson; a grand
daughter; and two great-grandsons.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Lower Cape Fear Hospice,
Shallottc, N.C. 28459.
LINDA A. BRADLEY
Linda Anderson Bradley, 48, of
Long Bcach, died June 3 in New
Hanover Regional Mcdical Center,
Wilmington.
A memorial service was held J unc
8 at Faith United Methodist Church
in Burlington.
BEULAH PARKER
The funeral for Bculah C. Parker,
87, oi Dillon, S.C., was held June 5
at Kannaday's Funeral Home Cha
pel, with burial in Riverside Ceme
tery, in Dillon.
Mrs. Parker, widow of Eddie B.
Parker Sr., died June 3.
Born in Dillon, she was a daugh
ter of the late Elisha and Kathy
Powers Coatcs. She was a member
of Second Baptist Church.
Survivors includc two sons, L.J.
Parker and Eddie Parker Jr., both of
St. Luke
Lutheran Church
Wor>hip Service Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallotlc Middle School
754-7816
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
Sunset Beach; two daughters. Edna
Thompson and Christine Harris,
Kith or Dillon: a sister, Minnie
Berry of Dillon; 1 1 grandchildren;
16 great-grandchildren; and lour
great-great-grandchildren.
TEXAS NKIL CHENEY SR.
Texas Neil "Tex" Cheney Sr.. 56,
of Sandy Creek, died June 4.
The funeral was held June 8 in
Seagate Bapust Church, with the
Rev. Robert E. Lee officiating.
Cheney was bom in Watcrbury,
Conn., on March 31. 1936, the son
of Leota C. Burr of Watcrbury,
Conn., and the late Wallace Cheney.
He retired in 1975 alter 21 years
of service in the U.S. Coast Guard,
and again in 1990 from the New
Hanover County Sheriffs Depart
ment as chief bailiff. He was a mem
ber of Seagate Baptist Church.
Survivors in addition to his mother
include his wife, Julia Agnes
Robinson Cheney of the home; a son,
Texas N. Cheney Jr. of Wilmington;
three daughters, Carol Marshbum of
Wilmington and Frances Johnson
and Jamie Lanier, both of Sandy
Creek; three brothers, Ray Cheney of
Connccticutt, Ben Cheney of
California and Lannie Cheney of
Florida two sisters, Edna Fisher of
New York and Felicia Silpa ol
Georgia; and six grandchildren.
MAYZELL ASTOR BULLARD
May/cll Astor Bullard. 73, of
Bolivia, died June 7 in The Bruns
wick Hospital.
The funeral was to be held Wed
nesday, June 10, at 2 p.m. at Coble
Ward-Smith Funeral Service Chapel
at Supply, with the Rev. Wayne
Thomas and the Rev. Russell
Knowlcs officiating. Burial was plan
ned in David R. Mercer Cemetery.
Mrs. Bullard was born in Supply
on July 23, 1918, the daughter of the
late James Brandon and Katie Long
Roberts. She was a member of
Bethel United Methodist Church of
Bolivia and a member of the Bolivia
Volunteer Fire Department Aux
iliary.
Survivors include two sons. War
ren Bullard and Wayne Bullard,
both of Bolivia; a daughter, Mrs.
Tony (Melissa) Hewett of Shallouc;
and three grandchildren, Ashley
Bullard, Douglas and Kayla Hewett.
CARRIE LEE BROWN
The funeral for Carrie Lee Brown
of Shallouc, who died June 3, was
held June 7 ai Pleasant View Baptist
Church by the Rev. James SmiUi.
Survivors include her husband,
Henry Brown Jr.; six daughters,
Dcloris Wilson, Carrie Ann Burton,
JoAnn Brown, Annie Norton and
Pamela Hankins and Saundra Gore;
five sons, Horace Brown, Ezell
Brown, Sylvester Brown, Bcnnie
Brown and Henry Brown III; three
sisters, Sarah Bland, Florence Stowe
and Daisy Bellamy; and two broth
ers, Howard Bland and Gus Bland Jr.
Calabash
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i Sunday Worship Service 9:30 AM
Old Georgetown Road
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FRANKLIN D. BELLAMY
The funeral for Franklin D.
Bellamy of Supply was held June 8
at Little Macedonia Baptist Church.
Supply, by the Rev. Charles Jacobs.
Burial was in the churvh cemetery.
Bellamy's survivors include his
wife, Bessie Bellamy; a stepson,
Anthony Locust; his stepmother,
Dora Bell; four sisters, Annie
Walker. Clara Bellamy. Owen Bell
amy and Ada Fullwood: and three
brothers. Earl Bellamy, Etsel Bell
amy and Theodore Bellamy.
SUEL IIAYES
Sucl Hayes, 62, of Boiling Spring
Lakes, died June 5 at his home.
A graveside service was held June
8 in Cape Fear Memorial Park,
Southport.
DIANE G. MATOS
Diane G. Matos, 36, of Calabash,
died June 3 at her home.
A funeral mass was held June 8 at
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic
Churvh, North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
LILLIE FULFORl) HEWETT
Lillic Fultord Hcwctt. 95, of
Oakyaupon Harbor, a resident of
Autumn Care in Shallotte, died June
8.
The funeral was held June 10 in
Boone's Neck Baptist Church, by
the Rev. Norman Bellamy and the
Rev. W.L. Ellington. A graveside
scrvice was held later that day in
Canton Baptist Church Cemetery.
Albemarle.
Survivors include a son, John B.
Hcwctt of Supply; a sister, Laura F.
Hcwctt of Supply; six grandchil
dren; and eight great-grandchildren.
The family asked that memorials
be made to Boone's Neck Baptist
Church, Supply, N.C. 28462.
GERTRUI) BOEHM
A local memorial service will be
held Sunday, June 14, for Gcrtrud
Bochm. 73, of Bamberg, Germany,
who died May 28 in Germany fol
lowing an illness.
The service will be held at 4 p.m.
in the chapel of Brunswick Funeral
Service, Shallotte, by the Rev.
Donald Safrit.
She is survived by a daughter,
Trudie Freeman of Shallotte; five
grandchildren; and three great
grandchildren.
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CHURCH NEWS
Two Area Women Paticipate in Vigil
Two officers of the Shallotlc Wo
men's Aglow chapter plan to partici
pate in a prayer vigil to be spon
sored by all 58 state chapters
Tuesday, June 16. on the Capitol
steps in Raleigh.
Following gatherings at a local
church for a time of repentance and
teaching by Mary Lance V. Sisk on
reconciliation, the group will walk
to the state Capitol and remain from
1 1 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Local Aglow Corresponding
Secretary Jean Barber said she and
President Tuddic Dixon plan to par
ticipate. She said members and non
members are encouraged to join
Aglow in the "1992 Prayer Thrust".
Women's Aglow is a worldwide
interdenominational organization of
renewed Christian women commit
ted to bringing Christ's healing to
the world.
VBS Set In Leland
Leland Baptist Church will hold
Vacation Bible School June 15
through 20 from 9 a.m. to noon each
day for children ages 3 through 17.
A hotdog cookout will be held
Saturday, June 20, from 1 1 a.m. to 3
p.m. At that lime, parents will be
able to visit their child's classroom.
More information is available by
calling Director Ruby Holmes at
919-371-3511.
Todd At Chapel
The Rev. John Todd, a Presby
terian minister from Charlotte, is the
pastor of the week at The Holden
Beach Chapel.
He will deliver the sermon at the
11 a.m. worship service Sunday.
Service is preceded by Sunday
school at 10 a.m. A nursery is pro
vided for the morning.
The nondcnominational chapel is
located on Rothschild Street across
from Holden Beach Town Hall.
Bible School Set
Supply Baptist Chureh will hold
Vacation Bible School June 22-26 ai
the church on U.S. 17.
School will be held each day from
8:30 a.m. until noon. Commence
ment will be Sunday, June 28, at
6:30 p.m.
For more information, call Mack
ie Barefoot at 754-6399.
Serving Spaghetti
Village Point United Methodist
Church will hold a spaghetti dinner
MT. CADMEL O
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(Sunday Worship ll.OO AM and 6.00 PM
bible Study & fellowship Youth Service
(Sunday (School IOOO AM
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Paslor Karl Davis
(<i| 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
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Friday, June 12, starling at 4 p.m. in
the church hall.
Plates will be available for S4
cach.
A hake sale will he held in eon
junction with the dinner, said
spokesman Pally Jones.
Lennon Is Speaker
Palsy Lennon of Wilmington will
be the guest speaker for the June
meeting of the Shallotte Women's
Aglow Fellowship Saturday, June
13, at the Lockwood Folly Com
munity Building. Stanbury Road,
Supply.
The program begins ai 10 a.m.,
with refreshments served at 9:30
a.m.
Mrs. Lennon is past president of
Wilmington Aglow and the South
eastern N.C. Aglow Area Board.
She now serves on the U.S. Wo
men's Aglow Board as the Mid
Atlantic States regional representa
tive. She is a Bible teacher.
All women and teen-age girls arc
invited to the meeting. For more in
formation contact Tuddic Dixon,
president. 842-6565.
Bible School Planned
Dixon Chapel United Methodist
Church of Vaniaxntown will hold a
Bible school all next week, June 15
19.
School will be held each day
from 8:30 a.m. until II a.m. and
everyone is invited, said spokesper
son Dottic Holdcn.
Team Slates Crusade
A Vacation Bible School team
from Union Grove Baptist Church in
Lexington, N.C., will hold a kids
crusade June 15-19 from 6:30 p.m.
to 8:30 p.m. cach day at Bible
Baptist Church on Seashore Road
near Holdcn Beach.
Activities will include puppets,
crafts, singing, chalk drawings,
games and fun for children ages 3
through sixth grade, said Norman
Gunther, pastor of the local church.
SHALLOTTE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Ocean Isle Beach Worship Service
8:30 AM-Worship
On the beach at 229 W. First St.
(acccss at Duncslde and Driftwood Drive)
May 24th through September 6th
Worship at Shallotte Presbyterian Church
5070 Main Street ? Shallotte
9:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Worship
Dr. Lester L. Dattlcr, Pastor
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J. he death of a loved one
immediately alters our lives.
We feel a void that nothing can
fill. We are struck with the
realization that death is final.
LAKKY ANDREWS ^ PerSOn ^O ^OS a
dynamic part of our lives is no
longer going to be a tangible part of our daily living.
But, we do have the wonderful ability to recall times
of happiness and joy. Our memories sustain us
through our darkest moments.
It is said, God gave us memories so we could have
roses in winter.
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