Deaths And. Funerals
C. A RN ASH US
Joscfa "Josephine" Cichoski Am
ashus, 81, of Southport, died June 9
at Ocean Trails Convalescent Cen
A Mass ol" Christian Burial was
held June 12 at St. Mary Catholic
Church. Wilmington, by the Rev.
Thomas P. Hadden. Burial was in
Green lawn Memorial Park.
Mrs. Amashus was bom in
Pittsburgh, Pa., on May 9, 191 1, the
daughter of the late Andrew and
Julipa Star/.ick Cichoski. and was
preceded in death by husband,
Anthony Edward Amashus; and a
daughter, Marion A. Smith.
She was a member of St. Mary
Catholic Church and was a member
of the Catholic Daughters of Amer
Survivors include a daughter,
Eileen Galloway of Florida; five
grandchildren; seven great-grand
children; and two sisters, Sallie
Zales and Jeannie Ramsey, both of
MILDRED McGINNIS CARTER
Mildred McGinnis Carter of
Shallottc Point died June 13 in New
Hanover Regional Medical Center.
Wilmington, after a lengthy illness.
The funeral was June 16 in the
chapel of Brunswick Funeral Ser
vice, Shallottc, by the Rev. Dan
Norman and the Rev. Tracie Var
num. Entombment was in Bruns
wick Memorial Gardens Mauso
Born in Sanford on Sept. 28,
1919, she was the daughter of the
late Arthur James McGinnis and
Lclia McGinnis Smith.
She resided in Sanford until 1952,
when she moved to Shallottc Point,
where she and her husband, Ray
mond, operated Carter's Fish and
She was preceded in death by a
daughter, Patricia Carter Milligan.
Survivors include her husband,
William Raymond Carter; a daugh
ter, Mrs. Phil (Jean) Cheers; a broth
er, J.P. McGinnis of Wilmington:
and four grandchildren, Kimberly
Cheers Gore, Fort Stewart, Ga.,
Brandon Cheers, Ginger Milligan of
Shallottc and Jeffrey Milligan of
ERNEST EUGENE CHASTAIN
Ernest Eugene Chastain of South
port died June 11 in New Hanover
Regional Medical Center, Wilm
ington. He was 59.
A memorial scrvicc was held June
15 in Wilmington National Ceme
tery by the Rev. Douglas Huff, with
full military honors accorded by an
honor guard from Fort Bragg.
He was bom in Rome, Ga., on
May 8, 1933, the son of the late
Ernest Garland and Nellie Drcnnon
Chastain. He was the widower of
Donnie Marie Chastain.
He had retired from the U.S.
Army after 21 years of scrvicc with
the 503rd and 504th Airborne
Corps, Fort Bragg, and had received
decorated commendations from the
Korean conflict and the Dominican
Survivors include three daughters,
Sharon Pitts of Castle Hayne, Cyn
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hia McLean of the home and Pamela
Murray of Wilmington: five grand
children; and a brother, Edward Gar
Memorials may be made to the
Lower Cape Fear Hospice, 810
Princess St., Wilmington, N.C.
Alice Cranmer Arlington, 88, of
South port, died June 14 at her resi
A memorial service was held June
16 at Trinity United Methodist
Church, Southpon, where she was a
member, with the Rev. P.D. Midgett
officiating. Burial was to be at a lat
er date in Northwood Cemetery.
Mrs. Arlington was born April 1,
1904, in Southpon, the daughter of
the late E.H. and Mary Elizabeth
Pcarcc Cranmer. She was a graduate
of Women's College, now the
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro, and was a retired social
worker from Guilford County De
partment of Social Services.
She and her husband, the late
Eldridgc H. Arlington, lived in
Panama and Havana, Cuba, before
she returned to Soulhport in 1946.
She was former owner and operator
of Arlington's Clothing Store and
Blanna's Dress Shop in Southport,
and with her husband, had owned
Survivors include two daughters,
Mrs. Paul (Pat) Pittcngcr and Mrs.
BJ. (Stuart) Callari, both of Soulh
port; a sister, Mary Cranmer Mint/
of Berne Village; a brother, Pearcc
Cranmer of New York City; eight
grandchildren; and three great
Memorials may be made to
Southport Rescue Squad in lieu of
Schuyler Rcnnic Graham Sr., 77,
died June 12 at The Brunswick
Hospital due to complications from
A memorial service was held June
14 in Calabash Presbyterian Church,
Calabash, by the Rev. Francis
Bom in Poughkecpsic, N.Y., Gra
ham was a World War II veteran of
the U.S. Navy. He had retired from
Marsh Furniture Co. of High Point
as a representative.
Survivors include his wife,
Marion; three sons, Schulycr Gra
ham Jr. of Skaneateles, N.Y., John
Robert Graham of Rensselaer, N.Y.,
and David Graham of North
Billcrica, Mass.; a daughter, De
borah Arnold of Dcs Moines, Iowa,
and Ocean Isle Beach; and six
Memorial contributions may be
made to Calabash Volunteer EMS,
Calabash, N.C. 28467.
LILLIE FULFORD HEW KIT
Lillie Fulford Hcwett, 95, of Oak
yaupon Harbor, a resident of Aut
umn Care in Shallotte, died June 8.
She was preceded in death by her
husband John Everett Hcwett, a
daughter Julia Mae Hcwett Davis
Sunday Worship Service 9:30 AM
Old Georgetown Road
Dr. Francis M. Womack, Jr . Minister
Nursery Provided ? Casual Dress
Sunday Beach Service
Sunset Beach Pier 8:00 am
SHALLOTTE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Ocean Isle Beach Worship Service
On the beach at 229 W. First St.
(access at Duneside 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
l?lxplaining death to small
children can be difficult.
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood,
a children's television
program, has produced a book
of meaningful activities to help
children (ages 4 to 9) think
about and express some of
their feelings when someone
they care about dies.
"So Much To Think
About... When Someone You Care About Has Died",
a book filled with Fred Rogers' knowledgeable and
caring insight to help children arul their families
deal with the death of a loved one.
This book and others are in the lending library at
Service. ^ ^
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and a grand daughter Viniia Hcwctt
She was a homcmakcr and seam
She was an active member of
Boone's Neck Baptist Church and
was choir director until the a?e of
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
service was held later that day in
C anion Baptist Church Cemetery,
Survivors include a son, John B.
1 lewett, Sr. of Oakyaupon Harbor, a
sister Laura F. Hewetl or Supply; six
grandchildren; and 14 great-grand
The family askcxl that memorials
be made to Boone's Neck Baptist
Church, Supply, N.C. 28462.
JANIK MELVIN TURNER
Janie Melvin Turner, 87, of
Nakina, died June 14 at Cornelia
Nixon Davis Nursing Home.
A private memorial service was to
Her survivors include a daughter,
Jane Plosknuk of Los Angeles,
Calif.; a sister, Elsie Catcs of Le
land; a brother, Hoggard Melvin of
Castle Haync; and several nieces
She was preceded in death by a
son, Billy Turner, of Vienna, Aus
tria, in 1986.
james m. McMillan
James M. McMillan of Supply
died June 9 in New Hanover Reg
ional Medical Center, Wilmington.
The funeral was June 14 at Big
Macedonia Baptist Church in
Supply. Burial was in Galloway
Frances Flaccavento, 86, of
Myrtle Beach, S.C., died June 12 at
Grand Strand General Hospital.
A Mass of Christian Burial was
conducted June 17 at St Andrew's
Catholic Church, Myrtle Beach.
S C., with Monsignor Robert Kelly
officiating Burial will be Friday
June 19, at 10 a.m. in Holy Rood
Cemetery, Westbury, Long Island,
Mrs. Flaccavento was bom Jan.
17, 1906, in Italy, the daughter of
the late Peter and Carmela Busacca.
She was a retired seamstress, a
member of the International Ladies
Garment Worker Union, and attend
ed St. Andrew's Catholic Church.
Survivors include a son, Robert
Flaccavento of Calabash; two broth
ers, Harry Busacca of Smithtown,
Long Island, N.Y., and Sammy
Busacca of Brcxiklyn, N.Y.; a sister,
Josephine Attanasio of Elmont,
Long Island, N.Y.; three grandchil
dren; and a great-grandchild.
Memorials may be made to St.
Andrews Catholic Church, 503
37th Ave. No., Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Worship Scrvice Sunday. 10:00 A.M.
Sun Jay School al <>.00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallottc Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Sal rit
Sharon United Methodist Church
near Holden Beach is the only
Methodist church in Brunswick
County assigned a new minister at
the North Carolina Conference of
The United Methodist Church.
Bishop C. P. Minnick Jr., resident
bishop of the Raleigh area, an
nounced the appointments June 13
at the conference at Methodist Col
lege in Fayclteville.
The Rev. J. Rodney Lane Jr. will
be coming to Sharon at the end of
the month from Pamlico Co
opcrative Parish. He will succeed
the Rev. Hobart W. Burnsidc Jr.,
who has been appointed pastor of
Manns Harbor in the Elizabeth City
A new superintendent, the Rev.
Ruth E. Harper, has been named for
the Wilmington District, which in
cludes Brunswick County. She suc
ceeds the Rev. Samuel D. McMillan
Jr., who has been named minister of
Hayes Barton in Raleigh.
Several ministers who have
served previously in Brunswick
County received new appointments.
These include the following: the
Rev. George F. Blanchard, from St.
Matthews, Faycttcville, to West
End-Doub's Chapel, Sanford Dis
trict; the Rev. Robert J. Rudd, from
Queen's Creek, Hubert, to Daniels
Memorial, Goldsboro: the Rev.
Woodrow W. Wells Jr., from Engle
wood in Rocky Mount to St. James
in Greenville; and the Rev. J. Sidney
Epperson, from Sailer Path to
Bediany, Elizabeth City District.
Southport Ag/ow A/leefs
South port Women's Aglow Fel
lowship meets Saturday. June 20, at
10 a.m. at Western Si//lin' Steak
house on Long Beach Road.
Johnny Watkins of Christ Bcxly
Ministries in Southport will be the
All women and teen-age girls arc
invited, and a ministry is offered to
the hearing impaired. Lunch is avail
able after the meeting.
Remer At Chapel
The Rev. Doug Remer, an Epis
copal minister from Atfanta, Ga., is
the pastor of the week at the Holden
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At Sharon Methodist Church
He will give Che sermon during
ihe 1 1 a.m. worship service Sunday,
June 21, at the chapel. The service is
preceded by Sunday school at 10
a.m., with a nursery provided tor the
The nondcnominational chapel is
located on Rothschild Street, across
from Holdcn Beach Town Hall.
Bible School Set
Sharon United Methodist Church
near Holden Beach will hold Bible
school June 22 through 26 from 9
a.m. to 1 1 a.m.
Commencement will be June 26
at 7 p.m., with refreshments served
afterward, said spokesman Ginnic
The church is located on Holdcn
Beach Road (N.C. 130 cast).
Bible School Slated
Vacation Bible School will be
held June 21 through 26 at Com
munity Chapel Baptist Church,
Malmo Loop Road, Leland.
Hours will be 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.,
w ith classes offered for all ages, said
spokesman Shirlene Scoggins
Those needing transportation to
Bible school can contact Mrs.
Scoggins at 919-655-3963.
Yard, Bake Sale Set
A yard and bake sale planned
June 27 by the Men's Club of Camp
United Methodist Church in Shal
lotte will benefit a scholarship fund
and six charities.
Sale hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. in
the parking lot and fellowship hall
of the church, which is on Main
Street in Shallotte.
Proceeds from the event support
the club's annual projects, said Bob
Tompkins, club president. These in
clude contributions to six charities.
Lower Cape Fear Hospice, Bruns
wick Adult Day Care Centers Inc.,
the church Christmas lund for the
needy, die Methodist Home for
Children and Caswell Center, a stale
center in Kinston, and annual schol
United Methodist Church
8:0U AM Worship Service
9:00 AM Chnstian Education Hour
9:30-10:00 AM Fellowship Time
10:00 AM Worship Service
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Pastor: Tlic Rev. Cainille Yorkev Edwards
Hwy 179 at Occan Isle Beacli
I / 2 mile east of OIB intersection
arship given to a West Brunswick
High School graduate. T his year's
recipient is Mclcxly Cause.
The yaril sale will feature furni
ture, tools, toys and "a lot of good
old 'stuff,'" said Tompkins. A vari
ety of tutked goods will also be of
The sales replace the annual bar
becue dinner formerly held by the
men's club as its major fund-raising
event of the year.
Those interested in donating
items for the sale can contact the
church office at 754-4840.
Union Chapel Independent
Church at Supply will celebrate
Homecoming Sunday, June 21, with
a covered dish dinner and special
music afterward at 2 p.m. by the
Perkins Gospel Singers of Lumber
The Rev. W.A. Spencer, pastor,
will deliver the message during the
1 1 a.m. service, which will be pre
ceded by Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Trinity Learning Center of North
Myrtle Beach, S.C., is accepting
registrations for its 1992-93 kinder
The center is an outreach of
Trinity United Methodist Church.
The morning kindergarten program
is designed for children turning 5 by
For more information contact
Debbie Snnlhson at 804-272-4045.
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