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08-AugustA Mover And Shaker Graham Madison To Celebrate His 100th Birthday This Weekend P a g e D1 O n T i m e S c h o o l B u s R o u t e s In T h i s I s s u e P a g e s B 6 -B 9 D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I / ^ E C O R D U S P S 1 4 9 -6 0 N u m b e r 3Ò T h u rs d a y , A u g / 5, 20 04 36 PAGES E x p e n s i v e : C o u n t y T o I m p r o v e W a t e r S y s t e m By Mike Gunning Davie County Enterprise Record Dnvie County Commissioners voted Monday to adopt a new water plan wliieli will determine the future of water improvements in the county. John Grey of Grey Engineering in Mocksville presented the plan to three of the five commissioners at the bi-monthly meoting. Dan Barrett and Michael Allen were not in at­ tendance. Grey stated that the new plan was commissioned by the board because the old plan, which was developed in 1997, had become obsolete, “Givon the information they had at the time, it was a very good plan,” Grey said, ‘‘But the county outgrow it quickly," The plan was unanimously ap­ proved, but not before considerable discu.ssion, primarily on the e.xton- sivc costs of implementing the im­ provements. Commissioner Richard Poindexter asked Grey how the county could expect to pay for im­ provements of the treatment plants in coming years, which Grey esti­ mates will cost in the neighborhood of $17 million. Grey deferred the question to County Manager Terry Children Allison, 11, Hayley and Jacob, 8 a member of the Davie County Board of E d u c a t io n B o a r d G e ts T w o N e w M e m b e r s The Davie County Board of Edu­ cation met on Monday, and newly appointed chairperson Debbie Pullen wasted no time in welcom­ ing new members Carl Lambert and Linda Barnette. Both were sworn in by Ken Boger, the superior court elerk, just moments after the board recognized outgoing board members Marlene Shamel and Martin Carter, Shamel and Cartejtchose to retij^eafter serv­ ing 12 and six years respectively on the board, Shamel said it was a.bittersweet raonient as she turned her seat over. ‘‘I ’ve got wonderful, viyid memories of thfc years I've served on this board," she said. “I will miss all of ypu, you're like an extended Linda Barnette takes the oath of office from Boger. - P hoto s b y R o b in Fe rgu sso n family to me.” . Board .mepiber David Owens said Shamel liad a rare combination of passion and love for a child, mixed with the ability to get mean and tough when needed. Lambert said sitting on the board for his first mooting was a humbling experience. ‘‘I'm just honored to be hero," Lambert said. “I’m looking forward to working with this board dti the opportunities and challenges wc'rc bound to face." Barnette agreed, “I've been a teueher for 30 years," she said, “But this is cer­ tainly a different view of how things arc done. I’m excited about this." Uader Construction: Schools To Open Aug. 9 Construction at seven of the nine county schools continue, but all the .schools will be ready to accept stu­ dents on Aug, 9, “Our biggest concern at this time is the bathrooms at the hjgh school," Dr, Van Johnson said at a board of education meeting Monday, “Parti­ tions are expected to be in tomor­ row, arid most of them should be ready by next Monday," Johnson said the bathrooms in “C" nnd “F" buildings nre expected to be complete by school opening, with “G" and “D" buildings com­ pleted during the first week of school. Tho.sc in the gym lobby and near the cafeteria will be completed in September. “We worked extremely hnrd to get these jobs done in time," Johnson said. “I think the construc­ tion crews did n wonderful job." Johnson stated thnt the other nine schools were in good shnpe, and nny ongoing construction would be con­ tinued with tho students’ safety as a primary considerntion. He said a barrier was built nt Willinm R. Dnvie to isolate the on­ going construction, and other con­ struction areas were made as safe as possible. Johnson said the South Dnvie Please See Construction - Page 4 Bralley. Brnlley .snid funding the im­ provements would be an ongoing conccrn, but in the end, the brunt of tho expense will fnll on Uio con­ sumer. ' ■ ' “At the end of the day, the user will pny," Brnlley snid. Commissioner Ken White agreed the majority of the co.st should be shared by the consumer. White , stated thnt with the county having rcccntly assumed a 20-year debt load to fund school improvements, the methods of funding futurc im­ provements would need to be looked at carefully. “We're paying $900,000 a year interest on the debt we assumed," White said. White questioned whether it would be throwing ggod money Please See Water - Page 4 16 Year Old Dies When 4 Wheeler Overturns Monday , and wiife Kim offer support as Carl Lambert takes the oath as Education from Clerk of Court, Ken Boger. liy Mike Gunning Davic County Enterprise Rccord Authorilios say a helmet may hnvc been the difference between life and death in,nn accident that, took tho life of Qrttndori MlUcr, a Davio High School student. Miller died Mondny when his four wheeler overturned, pinning him underneath. Miller, of 342 Salmon Road, Mocksviiio, was riding his Honda Foreman Rubicon with n 14-ycnr- old friend along a wooded trail about a mile off of Salmon Road when the accident occurred. Miller, 16, wns turning the ve­ hicle in n tight area, and started to bnck up an embankment when the vehicle lost traction .and bounced oncc, throwing the 14-year-old clear, said Sgt. Lee Whitesides of the Davie County Sheriff’s Department. Miller was not able to clear the bike as tlto^ vchicic fllppcdvnnd U landed on hirh, causing sovere huad I n j u r l o B .......... ' ; Tho 14-year-old then loft the , scene to get help. His screams were heard by Johnny Grant, a carpenter who was in the area building chicken coops, Grnnt made the first cnll to 91 l.dn his ccll phone. The I4-year-old made a 911 cnll from his house minutes later. According to Whitesides, EMS personnel attempted CPR on Miller at the scene, but to no avnii. Please See Teen • Page 4 W o m a n W h o D ie s In W r e c k D e s c r i b e d A s ‘ I n c r e d i b l e P e r s o n ’ By Mike Gunning Dnvic County Enterprise Rccord A 36-year-old Mocksville womnn died in n one vehicle wreck on N.C. 801 Inst Thursduy. According to n N.C. Highwny Patrol report, Nicolette "Nikki” Marie Cnilnhan-Bishop of 243 Bonkin Lake Road was trnveling niono on 801 when she lost control of her 2000 Ford Expedition. The car left the road and hil a driveway culvert, nnd continued to slide sideways out of control. The vehicle ro'enterod the road and started to roll, hitting a fence and coming to rest in n field. Callahan wns ejected nnd cnme to rest ap­ proximately 35 feet from the cnr, reported Trooper L J. Staley Jr. She was remembered as a dedi­ cated mother and a caring person who loved to go to Disney World with her fnmily. “She wns the most fun loving person 1 over knew," said her fi­ ance', John Wilson. “Wo went to Disney World ev­ ery yenr, our friends called us the Mickey family." Wilson said that even though they enjoyed Florida, Callnhnn looked forward to the move to Davie County “She couldn’t wnit to move here, she really looked forward to living in this area.” Callahan moved to Davie County from Coconut Creek, Fla. last year. Wilson, who has been with Callahan for seven yenrs, snid they wore go­ ing to get mnrried in the fnll. “Wo got the license to got mar­ ried from Mocksville,” Wilson said. “We were planning n wedding nt hei sister’s hou.se.” Wilson said the two met while both were working nt a Bennigan’s restaurant in Florida. “She was just this incredible per­ son that I wns renlly attracted to,'' Wilson said. “I had never met any­ one .so incredible,” Callahan, who wns a stny-nt- home mom, lenves behind three daughters as well as five sisters. One of Callahan’s sisters is employed by Ketchie Creok Bnkery, and Nikki used to visit her frec|ucntly. “She was always full of life,’ said Jane Brodc.nn ncqtinintnnce nl Ketchie Creek. “She was always up- bent and smiling.” 2 . DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 Editorial Райе I t ’s T a x p a y e r s ’ F a v o r i t e 3 D a y s T h i s W e e k e n d Tliis wcckcnil. North Carolina slioppcrs have three clays of relief from Ihe bile of sales taxes. Il's sales lax-free shopping lime again. Just before school starts each year, llic General Assembly has given us a break — an automulic seven percent off school supplies, clothes and olher items. > It doesn’t apply to cars nnd appliances. But there is a long list of things that are spared, Including computers. Last yeiu", shoppers flocked lo the stores to stock up. Teachcrs have been making iheir calls — notifying school childrcn of their classroom lussignments this yeur. Parct\ts are getting the usual list of Ihings that are needed; Shoes, book bags, pencils and clothes. For this weekend, the General Assembly hsis shown the courtesy of givitig us a reprieve. T ra ffic J a m B a c k s U p F o r 1 8 M ile s I made whal was supposed lo bo a ijulck trip to Rock Hill, S.C, on Friday. I eslimiited three hours for the round trip — taking Interstate 40 to Statesville, and then 1-77 soulh. Five hours later, I got buck home. On 1-77 al Mooresville, southbound traffic bucked up for miles nnd miles. Tliere was a wreck — in Ihe northbound lunes. I could understand the delay across the median, but why us? Gawking at a wreck can’t explain lhal. On Ihe return trip, I sat through Ihe northboiuid jam which was backed up 18 miles, according to the radio. I hnd plenty of time to listen, lliousands of cars limped along, braking and going und braking ugain. Tliere have been sltidies on the psychology of tmlfic jams. It's strunge how mifno can move so smoothly ul times and so badly al others. After crawling along for nn hour, trafnc suddenly went from 15 mph to 65. Nothing hud changed. The wrcck had long since been cleared, bul suddenly we were all speeding ulong ns if nothing had happened. W h a t W e B e lie v e C a n B e U n b e lie v a b le This is the age of pollsters. Someone is nlways asking what we think. Hul it’s a dangerous ((iiestion. Ttx) many times, we ilon’t know whnt wc think. And sometimes when we do, we demonstmie jusl how much we don't know. Some pollster recently found lhal most Canadians now believe Anierien probably knew about Ihe 9/11 attacks in advimce and did nothing to slop Ihem. Tlini poll is supposed to demonslnitc just how much the Cunndinns hale us now. Bul docsn’i il also illustrate Iheir ignorance? Who in his right mind could believe lhat nonsense? Tliis is Ihe infonnntion oge, not the nge of reasoning and wisdom. We know things, bul we often don't know whnt il mciuis. Wc hnve instant news nnd around the clock nccess to infonnntion. Clint r<K)ms. Talk rndio. CNN. With the intcmel, we linve access to Ihousnnds of news .sources. But that wealth of infonnation doesn’t necessarily make us wise. It doesn'i always help us discern truth from lies — ftict from funlasy. Some people don’l believe whnt Ihey read, whnt they hear, v^hai they sec and feci. Not all of Ihem live in Canada, but some do. — Dwighi Sparks D A V I C C O U N T Y EN TER PR I/E^I^EC O R D USPS 149-160) 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (336) 751-2120 Published weekly by the Davie Publishing Co, Dwighi Sparks................................Editor/Publisher Robin Fergusson...........................General Manager Mike Barnhardt..............................Managing Editor Ray Tutterow..................................Advertising Director Brian Pills........................................Sports Editor Mary Lynne Baysinger..................Circulation/Classified Mocksville Gntorprise Davie Record Cooleemeo Journal 1916-1958 1899-1958 1901-1971 Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Sub.scriplion Kates Single Copy, 50 Cents $20 Per Year In N.C., $25 Outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Davic Couniy Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 _ _ _ I n T h e M a i l ... A m e r i c a n s A r e B e i n g M a n i p u l a t e d To the editor: History repeats itself, because so few know or recall their his­ torical past, or because Ihey only recall the mythology Ihut mas­ querades ns historical fact. One hundred nnd forty-four years ngo, nnolhcr Republican presi­ dent presided over nn America deeply divided by social, polilical and economic issues, not lo mention that the citizenry were polar­ ized by his presence. The divisions were partly due to slavery, partly due to philosophical differences on Ihc type of government lhat should run this country. The Republicans advocated a strong fed­ ernl system, Ihnl is n strong centralized government to control the counlry, while Ihe Democrats favoured a looser confederacy wilh slates’ rights as it’s guiding principal, as per Thomas Jefferson, nnd partly due to the competing economics, the industrialising North versus the agricultural Soulh. Today, the Republican Party often references itself as the party of Lincoln, and with more than good renson. The similnrities be­ come starkly clear in regard to Lincoln and the current administra- lion: especially Ihc conlenipl both have expressed towards the Con­ stitutional Rights of citizens of America. Lincoln believed that he needed to violate the U.S. Constitution in order losaveil. In 1861, he delayed the start of Congress by two and one hnlf months. He ran the country on executive orders, even declared war by executive order on Ihc seceded states in dcflance of the Constitution and a.ssumed all powers not delegated in the Constitution, including the power to suspend habeas corpus. Lin­ coln suspended civil law in tcrrilories where resistance to the North's military power would be dangerous. In 1862, when Democrats and other Americans opposed his tyrannical violations of the Constitu­ tion, Lincoln suspended habeas софи$ throughout the nation and had many American citizens arrested under military aulhorily be­ cause he felt thnt he could not trust the stnte courts in the north and wesl lo convict war protesters. There were 13,000 citizens arrested under martial law, including members of the Maryland legislature, Baltimore's mayor and chief of police, who were arrested without charge, trial or conviction, and were jailed in Fort Warren, Boston. One detainee, a Maryland southern sympathiser, John Mcrryman, wrote lo the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Ihe Uniied Slates, Roger B. Taney, after his arrest rei|uesling a writ of habeas corpus. The chief justice issued n writ of habeas corpus, commanding the military to bring Merryman before him but the Union leader, Qeneral Cadwalder, refused to comply with Ihe writ. Justice Taney then ruled the suspension of habqas coфus was unconstitutional because It could not be sus­ pended withoul nn Act of Congress; bul President Lincoln and the military Ignored Justice Taney's ruling. In fad,. President Lincoln responded by having nn arrest \varrani issued for the chief Justice, although the wan-ant was not can-led out. Whoever opposed the presidenl became a traitor. After the wnr, Congress limited the president's powers wilh re­ spect to the issuance of executive orders and, in 1866, the Supreme Court officially reslored habeas corpus and ruled that military trials in areas where Ihe civil courts were capable of functioning were illegal in the ease of Ex-parle Mulligan. A fomier editor nnd two icnii member of the House of Representatives who served during Ihc 37lh "Rubber Stump" Congress from Ohio, Clement Lnird Vallnndigham, wns an outspoken critic of Lincoln’s habit of jailing many who disagreed with him and loudly protested the war. Mr. Election Coverage Great To the editor: I just wanted to thank you for the election coverage the newspa­ per ran, Il was wonderful to have the infonnalion straight from the cnndidutes themselves. My husband nnd I lived in Davie Couniy when we were first married 16 years ngo. We hnve now returned nnd nrc planning to stay here. I wns able lo research for the stale races over the Internet by going lo the NC Republican party's website at www.negop. org. nnd this led me to mnny cnndidates' websites. Bul for local com­ missioners und board of cducalion candidates, I was at a complete loss. Then I researched David Couniy commissioners’ meeting min­ utes and in doing so, I found a lend lo your paper. Finally, I found the Intcmel "lease” article for the election coverage. 1 went out the very nexl dny and bought the paper. I wish it had been possible for you to interview every candidate that way. I feel very strongly nbout my righi and privilege lo vote. Perhaps it has something to do wilh the fuel thal I have a brother and brother- in-law serving in the militnry and I know they nre risking their lives to defend my voting righl and privilege. I would like lo sub.scribe to the Enlerpri.se. Enclo.sed you will find my check. Thank you very much for a job well done. Lisn Ailing Rudolph Advance Vallandighnm introduced legislation that called for the president to be arrested if he continued to juil newspaper editors who wrote edi­ torials ngninst the president’s anti-constitutional policies, however inn Republicnn controlled House, the mcnsure failed. After his tenn in Congress expired, he returned to Ohio to continue his anti-war aclivilies. Ohio, Illinois, Indiana nnd Kentucky hnd been pinced under the conlrol of the Ohio Department, a military governing body, as the federal government considered their citizens lo be linbilities. Gcn- ernl Ambrose Burnside, was the commander of the Department of the Ohio, and regarded anti-war demonstrations as treason and those who participated in such aclivilies as spies nnd traitors; he even declared lhat "the habit of declaring sympathies for the enemy will no longer be tolerated in this department. Persons committing such offenses will be nl once arrested" by Ihe Ohio Department. He is­ sued various Military Order including Order No. 9 lhal declared tiiat criticism of the Civil or Military Adminisstrntions was a crime; No. 15 which rescinded the Sccond Amendment of the Constitu­ tion, and No, 38 which recommended a sentence of death by hang­ ing to anyone found guilty of "implied treason." On May I, 1863, while running for governor of Ohio, Mr. Vullandigham gave a speech decrying the "monarchical usurpations ... Ihe disgraceful surrender of Ihe righis and liberties of the people by the last infamous Congress, and the conversion of Ihe govern­ ment inlo a despotism." Several days later, during the night at 2:30, he was arrested, token lo Cincinnati, and wilhin 24 hours, without ever being arraigned before a judge, wns tried by court-martial, convicted, and senlenced to close confinement in Fort Warren, Bos­ ton. Vallnndigham had entered no plen to either his guilt or inno­ cence, bul steadfastly lold the "court" thnt it had no legal right to try him. On Feb. 15, 1864, after supporters of Vallandigham had peti­ tioned the Supreme Court, llie Court announced it would refuse to hear the case, on Ihe grounds lhat it had no nuthority to review the proceedings of a martial law court, The edilor of the Dayton Em­ pire, John Logan, whose newspaper wrote an article decrying the goverrtmenl's nction of Vnllnndighnm's arresl, was also arrested. Afler Vallandigham’s senlence was given. President Lincoln changed the sentence to a banishment to the Confederacy, but after being exiled, Mr. Vallandigham went to Canada until the war ended, then roiunied to Ohio to practice law. % Besides the Dayton, Ohio editor, John Logan, from 1861 on, over a hundred newspapers in the North were closed and mony edi­ tors and owners were arrested and imprisoned by the military for expressitig unpatriotic views. On May 18,1864, Presidenl Lincoln ordered Qeneral John Djx: ''You will take possession by military ^ force, of the printing establishments of tho 'Now York World and Journal of Commerce... and prohibit nny further publication thereo/ ... you aro therefore commanded forthwith lo atresl and impri.son... the editors, proprietors and publishers of the aforesaid newspapers." Telegraph communication in the North were nlso censoreti. To­ tal censorship became Ihe rule in Ihc North under Lincoln. In Mark Neely's book, Fnle of Liberty, he gives un uccouni on page 110 of how Lincoln's inilitnry becnme i|uite prondent nl tor­ turing Northern civilinns who had been arrested without writ; he writes, "Handcuffs and hanging by the wrists were rare, but in the summer of 1863, the army had developed a water torture that came to be used routinely." and thal when his cabinet became informed of Ihe torture none "expressed any personal outrage or personal feel­ ing at all over il." And wc nre nil lold in grnde school whal a greal presidenl Lin­ coln was. So this current ndministrntion is following in Ihc same exact foot­ prints of Lincoln- they recall Ihe lessons of history all loo well - it is the Americnn people who are being manipulated in Ihcir ignorance. For the snke of your freedom, wake up America, nnd see whnt is being perpetrated on you. Syndi Holmes Mocksville /; : t i 8 t t e r s W e lc o m e d .,,’Tlie Entctrprise Record welcomes letters from its read- 'ers. The letters nmy 1» on topics of local, state, national or international issues. An effort will be made to print ail letters, pro vided. tiiey are not libelous, vulgar or in poor taste. The editor reserves: tlte right to edit letters for grammar and for space. ' ! .All letters should include the name and address of .the writer,'including a signature. A telephone niimber, not loi be piibiished, is also requested. ; , Please have letters in tlie newspaper office no later thant 4 p.m. Monday of the week to bo published. Davie County, Enterprise Record P.O, Box, 99, Mocksviile, or email to:.' ernew.s@davie-enterprise.com. Got An Opinion ? Add your vote to our weekly online poll thal asks questions affecting you and Davie County. Log on at www.enterprise-record.com and click on reader's poll to cast your vote. Results Will be listed here weekly. Will you vote for Virginia Foxx over Vernon Robinson for the U.S. Congress nomi­ nation? Log on now to cast your vote: www.enterprlse-record.com Yes, 10% I No, 90% r t Mike Barnhardt T h a n k s , P e t e Doggone it, I should be mad. The best father and friend a guy could ever have is gone, taken by the most dreaded of all diseases - cancer. We bur­ ied my father. Hump Barnhardt, on Monday. He meant so much to so mnny. He brought pleasure to so many. I should be mad. To his wife Leoia, he was everything - her wheels, her friend, her companion. They were inseparable. Pete and Nanny were part of each other; when you saw one, most likely, you saw the other. In October, they would have celebrated their 60th wedding anniver-sary. Yes, I should be mad. That would have been such a wonderful occasion. To his children, Linda, George Jr., Jenny and myself - he was the rock. He always took up for us. Even when we had done something we shouldn't have, he was on our side. He let us know we had done wrong, but he stood up for us to the outside world. No matter what course we chose in life, he was proud of us, and mnde sure we knew it. He was our biggest supporter. It hurts to lose somebody like that. I should be mad. To his grundchildren - Amanda, Mary, Josh, Sara Jo, Audrey and Holly, he was “Pete." He was the man who brought smiles to their faces, who let them know they were loved, and that someone wns proud of them. He was the man who gave the rides in the trailer behind the lawnmower, who sometimes folded a winning hand in a card game, or who made loud noises and laughed from his heart when they would slap his knee or poke at his belly. Great-grand­ children, Caroline,Travis, Jonathan, Nicholas and Levi, got the same treatment. I sitould be mad. To his golfing buddies, M.C. Deadmon and Doug Gre­ gory, he was a man who made sure they had fun. It didn’t matter if he won or not. It didn’t matter if a shot bounced off the trees. He just wanted to have fun, and that nature rubbed off on his buddies. He was the same no matter who he played with, and over tHe years, that amounted to quite a few people. Yes, I .should be mad. For those and many other reasons, I should bo mad. But I’m not. I'm thankful. I'm thankful for the hundreds of rounds of golf, every­ one of them a good time. Just ui)out every Wednesday for years, we went golfing. We visited new courses, and laughed a lot. He tried his best, and often did better than I did, but never boasted. When he hit his hole in one, he started look­ ing in the woods for his ball bccause he couldn't believe it was in the hole. He celebrated, but nol overly. I bragged about that feat much more than him. When the grasshopper flew into his mouth, he laughed with us. When the wild winter storm in Myrtle Beach sent snow pellets and tree limbs and 60 mph winds at us, he stayed on the course - only becau.se I wunted to continue playing. I’m thankful for the thousands of hands of poker. No­ body likes losing, but he never complained about that. Cards were for good-time fellowship with people you love or en­ joy. As in golf, you tried your best, but winning didn't mat­ ter. It was fun. I'm thankful for the le.s.sons in fixing things. Mechanical things confuse the heck out of me, but not Pete. He was a master at fixing lawnmowers. and before all the electronics and computers - cnrs. I cun barely change the oil, but a few times he tried to teach me how to fix more difficult prob­ lems, He was patient, never getting mad because I wasn't catching on to the lessons. And he didn't get mad because I never learned. Besides, he enjoyed doing such things for nie. I'm thankful for the stories about his basebull days - by far the most popular sport in Davie County in the 1930s, 40s, 50s and 60s. I like to hear him tell about Uncle Chick - one of the best pitchers of his time in these parts - letting out a loud noise from his buckside as he wound up, and then throwing the ball over the backstop onto the store nearby; or when a teammate wus showing too much utten- tion to a girl and Uncle Chick plunked him in the head with a ball, nan-owly missing the girl; or when a fellow player made all three outs in one inning. Daddy showed some base­ ball prowess, but 1 never heard any of those stories from him. Others had to tell me, such as the time three of his brothers hud hit home runs - one pitch had bounced in front ofthe plate, another hit one from two feet outside, und the othera strike - ull on three straight pitches. My dad was up next, and not to be outdone by his brothers, saw the first pitch way over his head and swung at it like he was chop^ ping firewood. You guessed it, the fourth home run in a row by a Barnhardt boy. The pilcher threw his glove down and refused to throw another ball. He never told about tiie time his team had only eight players, and needed nine before they could have a game that day. There was a black guy way beyond the left field fence waiting to watch the game. There wasn’t much mingling of the races in those dnys. Dud ran to the fence and invited the guy to play The color of his skin didn't matter. Baseball was fun, and the fun would be missed if there wasn't a game thal day. Dad never told those stories, that would have been bragging. ■ Most of ull. I'm ju.st thankful for my dad - for all of the lessons in life, He taught me liow to live life to the fullest in the best way possible - by example. He taught me that fam­ ily is the most important thing. He taught me how to hnve fun. No, I’m not mud. I’m thankful to have had the relation­ ship I had with the most wonderful man I have ever known. Thank you, Pete. And I’ll .see you again .some day. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. S, 2004 - 3 M i n t s A n d G r e e n T o m a t o P i c k l e s Louise Stroud Mnny young people, in my day, had "bobbed" hair. Thai meant they hnd short hnir. If you wenl to get your hnir bobbed, thnt meant you went to got it cut. It has been somo yours since I’ve heard any­ one speak of bobbed hair. In thinking of wearing apparel, I remember when some men used to weur spats over their shoos. I really never knew what the purpose wns unless to mnke them looked more dressed up. 1 think my brother, Frank, had n pair. I haven't seen any in recent yenrs. ^ , I guess I,am probably one of the few people who still wears a kerchief on her hend in cold weather. These hnvc ulso been known as "head rags," 1 remember teaching two of Dr, Garliuid Green's daughters piano. Dr. Green wns n medicnl doctor who lived down below Fork and practiced medicine in Davic County for some years. He came by one dny to pick up one of his daughters from her piano lesson and I remember as they started out Ihc door, he said, ‘Don't forget your hend rag." 1 think thnt’s what a lot of us cnlled them. I think people do still wenr glasses on chains. I don't think I'm the only one. While lenching in the school, I went home for lunch while tny pnrents were living but after they died, 1 uto in the school cnfelerin. 1 remember one little Incident thnt 1 thought was amusing. One dny nter I had eaten my lunch, I went over lo say a word lo one of my students. As I have snid before, 1 wenr my glasses on n chain nround my ncck, to use when rending or pinying the piano. The little girl seated next to my student pointed to my ginsses nnd said, “Oh, thnt's what thnt’s for." 1 looked nnd n big pinto boan was resting on top of one of the lenses of my ginsses. I hnd to Inugh. I told the child that wns nol the purpose of the glasses but I suppose it did sometimes save my clothes from getting soiled. Wearing nppnrcl is not nil thnt hns changed. Some of us old die- hnrds still use Miss, Mrs. Ms. or Mr. when wo nddress our letters. Notice 1 didn’t mention e-mail. Nol too long ago, I happened lo mention beefsteak. Well, when I was young, people said beefsteak. Now, if you say steak, people know you're talking about beef. If you’re talking about pork, you just sny pork. My mother made beefsteak nnd gravy and I liked it vety much. After mnmn wns no longer nble to cook, I could not find bcefstenk nnywhere like she cooked il. My sister says the nearest thing lo it in reslaurnnis is counlry fried steak, when you can be lucky enough lo find il. I n T h e M a i l ... Something else thal scenls to have disappeared is good home­ made mints - nol the little squnre kind but the long, plump ones thnt just melt in your moth. 1 can't find them' anymore. I've been told they were jusl too hard to make and very lime consuming. I remem­ ber when I wns much younger, I consumed too many of these mints nnd hnd to go to the doctor. 1 was in Winston at the time. The next time the doctor happened to sec mo on tho street, 1 remem­ ber .she snid, “Hello, my candy loving friend." Well, I still wi,sh I could find the old fashioned homemade mints. People talked about to having to "pull" them. 1 guess it was a lot of irouble. I also ate too much persimmon pudding when I was very young and becnme quite sjgk but I got over il nnd still enjoy persimmon pudding. Thankfully, people still make that. 1 have nol been nble to find nny green tomato pickles. I won­ der if people mnke them anymore. I would like to buy some if I can find any. One of our church members (now deceased) used lo mnke them bul she snid it wns n lot of b-ouble. Maybe people just don’l have the time anymore. Something hnp- pened when 1 was 9 yenrs old thnt I never forgot. 1 went to a birthday party nnd Jello wilh whipped cream wns served. Well, I didn't liice Jello then and I don't like il now bul I can ent it if il's loaded with fruit - otherwise no. Anywny, I didn’t eat the Jello bul I must huve enton a generous portion of the whipped cream. I’ve never wanted nny since then and lhal was 82 years ago. I moy have to stop and get something to eat but it won’t be whipped cream. When tlie movie “Fried Green Tomatoes" with Jessica Tandy camc along, I wanted to see il bccause I liked “Driving Miss Daisy" so much. 1 wondered if I could like fried green lomntoes, since 1 like green lomnto pickles, but I slill haven’t tried nny. I don't believe they'd bo ns good. I hnvo not scon any Into movies. I wonder how mnny senior citi­ zens remember when you didn’t go to a “movie," you wenl to a “picture show." The Intcst ones my sister and I saw at a theatre were "On Golden Pond" and “Amadeus." When you have a hearing prob­ lem as I do, you don't get enough of the dialogue when the charac­ ters are facing cach other or turning their backs when they spenk, so il's not much plonsuro. Wc could look al some of our old favorile movlos with tho VCR I guess, because knowing the story, we wouldn’t hnve to gel every word. I wonder how many remember tho S&H Grcon Stamps thnt mer­ chants used to give. You could get some really nice merchandise wilh those. I wns sorry when that was discontinued. L i n v i l l e F a m i l y T h a n k f u l F o r S u p p o r t To tlie editor; My family and 1 want to thank the muny people in this commu­ nity for the love nnd support thal they hnve shown us since our son, Jacob, wns dlngno.sed with leukcmin. There hnve been fnmily and friends who hnvc taken carc of our home and our yard, brought us our mail, and ran errundo for ug. Many church graups, school fticul- ties, businesses und individunis, somo that wo don't oven know, that have sent gifts to ense us through this difficult time. The coaching stuff of Duvie High School, ulong wilh several other volunteers, spent many hours orgonizing and running a benefit golf tournament lo help with our medical expenses. We wont lo thank them, as well os ihé many hole sponsors and people who ployed in the touniumont. Wc would also like to thank the local business for the benefit dinner that they held for Jacob. It is amazing to us that people whom wc don’t know very well would do so much for us. ■ Tho love that we have been shown is greatly appreciated and very overwhelming. We have been blessed and touched cach day. Ood has given us strength and stamina through the support of everyone lhat has sent gifts, made cnlls, posted on Jacob's webslto, ot stopped by for vUltB. Wo are most gtatcful tot tho many pTayeta that have been and continue to be lifted up each and every day. Wo praise Ood for how Jacob hos done so fur and we ask that everyone continue to pray for him and his brother, Nathan, as wc take them to Duke for Jacob's bone marrow transplant. I know Ihol I will never be oble to thank eveiyone enough. I look forward to tho day when wc cun return to our home and to this won­ derful cotnmunity. Lee Linville Cooleemee C a ro l F o rre s t: A M e n to r N o t T o B e F o rg o tte n To the editor: Over 30 yenrs ago, before business nnd industry begnn to use the word mentor, I had n wonderful broadcasting mentor. I wns a young teenager who wanted to get behind the controls al a radio station and bccome a disc jockey. Carol Forrest was the host of “A Womnn’s World" on WDSL in Mocksville. She was my cousin by marriage and we utiended Jericho Church of Chrisi together und whoa she learned of my Interest in broadcasting — she becnme my mentor. She tutored me in Ienrning the brondcnst luw so I could get my third clnss broadcast license. She encouraged mo to come by tho station, to hang out and take advantage of any opportunity to get on the nir. Cnrol wns a talented, crentlve person. For n couple of summers in the mid 70s, we worked together to comc up wilh broadcasting ideas that helped to mold my career in brondcnsting. She was mentoring me and I didn'l even know it. In the yenrs lo come I renlized how important she had been to my career development. My “Big Jon in the Morning” dnys at WDSL crcnled grent memories. I cherish the memories of silling nround n desk creating Coolemee Supermarket commercials, promotions like guessing how long il would take to melt 300 pounds of ice, or the weigftl of eight ‘wacky’ wntermelons, being kidnnppcd off the nir to raise money for the Mocksvillc LiUle League. The list goes on and on. Creative idens of Cnrol’s thal has impacted my broadcasting cnreer for years. She crcated “out nnd nbout” in Dnvie Couniy for me lo hnve n summer job nt WDSLjind she help me wilh my first sports pluy by pluy — by hnving me do Liltle League und slow pitch softball tournaments. After I begun my brondcnsting cnreer in Nnshville al n locnl TV station and later ns the play by pluy announcer for Lipscomb Universily - Cnrol nlwnys wanted an update on my work. When I would comc home to Jcricho to worship-1 could always expect nn update on WDSL, George Frye, Johnny Roberts and others ... along willi questions about my work and of course a big hug. Each of us should create n list of people thut hnve hnd n ninjor impncl on our life. The list could include parents, teachers, conches, prenchcrs, employers etc. For me, Cnrol Forrest lends my list. Her encourngement during tliose enrly ycurs—thnt continued through the lust lime 1 visited with her over Memorial Dny weekend-hns been very importunt to my development. J u s t a m o u s e - c l i c k a w a y ... www.ciiterprise-rec()i'd.V()m Cnrol hns impacted a lot of lives — and even through her death she will continue to huve n mujor impnct. To Norman, Chad nnd Ben and the rest ofthe family I extend my love and sympathy. Thank you for allowing Corol lo mentor me. Jonathon Livingston Seogull said it this way; “It is good to be a seeker, but sooner or Inter you hnve to be a finder, and then it is well to give whul you hove found as u gift lo the world, for whoever will uccopt il.” Cnrol gave. I acccpled, and I hope I have learned lo share il wilh others. Jonathan F. Seamon Nnshville, Tenn. A u g u s t Great Low Prices! By combining the buying strength of thousands of True Value stores, you get great low prices on quality top-name brands. f g g B m m m m GRttTbKÒf V»UP<y2.49491~After 12 MtU-ln (Ubato Umtt217.50:. Foam or/UroMl WMfibHonuitKlUtr. 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Poindexter snid the county has $3.1 million in available funds lo start the improvements, and thnt as Ihe improvements continue, the customer ba.se will grow. Grey said that wns part of the plnn. In Ihc first few years of the Improvemenis, issues left un- ■ settled under the old plun, such as hydraulics, will be addressed while lines nre instnlled in nearby areas to draw new users. By implementing the plan in this way, it would help to offset the ovornll costs, and stretch the county’s dollars further. ■ Poindexler look the opportu­ nity lo respond to reccni criti­ cism that the board wns slow to move in the direction of imple­ menting the water plan. “People’s safety hus lo be of the utmost importance,'’ Poindexter said. “It was recently reported that developers get first consideration. This is not true." Poindexler said the county added several lines in the Inst few years thal were not ad­ dressed under Ihe old plan, and wnnted nssurances from Grey the new plnn was flexible enough lo address chnnging needs. Grey said that should never be a problem. “You should adopt this plan based on the besl informalion you have,” Grey said. “You don’t bindfuturc boards to that.” Grey added that by design­ ing the plan in short-term singes, it nllows for modificntion with­ out hnving to go bnck to Ihe drnwing board. “Whal wc’rc showing should never become obsolete," Grey said. “Its nble to be modified based on chnnging needs." While mnde n motion that the board nllow Bralley lo immedi- ntcly start receiving bids on the first two years of conslruclion, while re-visiting the plnn on un nnnunl basis to make sure the plan slill niecis'ihe needs of the county. C o n s t r u c t i o n O n g o i n g , B u t S c h o o l s R e a d y T o O p e n Brandon M iller Teen Dies Continued From Page 1 Middle School uir conditioning unit has been installed nnd is functioning, nnd that intcrnni work ut Pinebrook and Shndy Grove are completed, Students will be forced to eat in Iheir cinssrooms for nt lenst n week in Mocksville Elementnry becnuse the dining nrea floor hus nol been completed, nnd students at North Dnvic may wanl to dress lightly. The air conditioning unit has ycl lo bo completed. “That won’t prevent the school from acccpting students,” Johnson said. “But the students mny sweat n bit.” Johnson said work al the high school's stadium Is continuing, nllhough the chnncc of thal work being completed in time for nn Aug. 20 scrimmngc is looking bleak. Johnson suid the conces­ sions and stadium bathrooms are only 60 percent complete, und the vertical deck supports are up, but the decking has yet to be started. "We cnn get through the firsl game,” nssurcd superintendent V/.G. Polls. “The thing isn’t get­ ting the decking in, its getting nil the in.spections done. Wc’ll gel through il." In 4 Wheeler Woman Found Not Guilty Of Assault A fte r S ch ool P rogram Hardison UMC will be offering an After Schooi Program starting Aug. 9th from 3pm-6pm Mon. - Fri. Open Teacher Work Days, Out of School Days, Early Release Days, and some Snow Days. Bus Drop Off, Homework Assistance, Crafts, Activities, Devotion, Snack Provided. For m ore info call 751-5630 o r 998-4124, Accident Continued From Page 1 M iller was a junior fire fighter wilh the Sheffield- Calahaln Fire Deparlmenl, and was described as a dedicated kid who was full of life. “This was a kid who you could counl on,” said David Bcck, chief of Sheffield- Calahaln. “Ifl asked him lo gel something done, he did it, there was never a need to check be­ hind him.” Bcck said Miller had been with the fire department for two years, and wns well liked by all who knew him. “He wa.s an inspiration to some of the older firefighters,’’ said Beck. “Wc lost one of our own.” KKIMU' SKN ГЛ Г1Л К Julia Howard ' i \ ( ' llu tis i' 7 4 llt D is li ii l PU’iixf am hw t me in: By Mlkc.Gunning Davie County Enterprise Record A woman chargcd with mis­ demeanor assault was found not guilly in Davie County District Court last Thursday. Phyllis Anri Studevenl was accused of infiicling scratches on Julia Koontz during a scuffle in the pnrking lot of a convenience store in Mocksville. The store wns used ns n meeting placo to exchnnge merchnndise owned by the Mocksville Rnms Football Booster Club. Studevenl, who had previ­ ously resigned ns president of Ihe club, was meeting with Jill McArdell, the,incoming presi­ dent, lo turn over sweaters, hats, cups und olher Rams merchan­ dise when the incident oceurrcd. According to Koontz' lesti- mony, Siudevent had prepared a detailed rcccipt of the merchun- dise, und hnd McArdcll sign off on it. McArdcll then showed ihe signed receipt to Kooniz, who is McArdcll’s mother. Koontz look the paper from McArdcll and lold Studevenl her daughter didn't have to sign unything un­ til all the merchandise was counted. That was when Studevenl nttacked her wilhout provocation, she said. Kooniz claimed thnt Studevenl seraiclicd her way down her arms and drew blood pn her hand, then jimipcd on her buck in an nllcmpl to get Ihe re­ ceipt back. However, hor losli- mony of un unprovoked altack was not collaborated by other witnesses, including her daugh­ ter. McArdell, acting as a witness for the prosecution, admitted under redirect thal Ihe tninsnction wns going smoothly until her mother slopped in. She also snid she heard Studevenl request tho paper back before the scuffio en­ sued. Judge Mnry Covington noted the amount of animosity between the parties, udiling thnt she be­ lieved much of it cnme from Koontz. “It’s snd that educated women act the way they do,” Covinglon said as she dismissed Ihe chargcs against Studevenl. “My 6 year old acts better than this.” Second Primary Aug. 17 For Both Parlies LE: (336)751-0567 : (919) 733-5904MOCKSVILLE:RALEIGH Slate Loglslallve Building 16 W. Jonos Street, Rm If06 Raleigh, NC 27601-1096 Email: ¡uliah@ncleg.net I'MDKiK mJtJiM I low,mi There will be a Democrat und Republican sccond primnry on Tuesday, Aug, 17. The 14 poll­ ing places in Duvie County will be open from 6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. No excuse one-slop voling will be available in the elections oflice Monday, Aug. 9-Fridny, Aug. 13, from 8 n.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 14 from 8 n.ni.-l p.m. Deniocrnts will cast their vote in the Superintendent of Public Instruction race for Marshall Slewarl or June S. Atkinson. Re­ publicans will cast voles in the Fiflh Congressional race for Vir­ ginia Foxx or Vernon L. Robinson. Unaffilialed volers who voled in either party primary on July 20 mny vote in the same parly pri­ mary on Aug. 17. Voters who were properly registered to vote in the July 20 primnry, bul did nol vote, are eli­ gible to vole in the Aug. 17 sec­ ond primary. Ballots will be mailed to Ihose persons who have re- (|uested voling by mall, and re­ quests for ballots to be mailed will be honored until 5 p.m,Tues­ day, Aug. 10. Direct questions lo the elec­ tions ofnce, 751-2027, VIRGINIA FOXX FOR CONGRESS P e r f o r m a n c e i s B e t t e r T h a n a P r o m i s e ! Robinson Attendance Record I n t lie W in s t o n - S a le m B o a r d o f A ld e r m e n , V e r n o n R o b in s o n h a s o n l y t w o c o m m it t e e a s s ig n m e n t s ( w h e r e t h e r e a l w o r k is d o n e ) . D u r i n g t h e p a s t y e a r , h e h a s a t t e n d e d f o u r o f f o u r t e e n m e e t in g s ( o n ly 2 9 % ) . A 2 9 % c o n s e r v a t iv e is 7 1 % lib e r a l! Foxx Attendance Record F o r te n y e a r s in t lie N o r t h C a r o lin a S e n a te , V ir g i n ia F o x x h a s a n a t te n d a n c e a n d v o t in g r e c o r d o f o v e r 9 9 p e r c e n t o n a ll s e s s io n s a n d c o m m it t e e a s s ig n m e n t s . D u r i n g t h a t t im e , s h e w a s r a t e d t h e s e c o n d m o s t C o n s e r v a t iv e S e n a to r b a s e d o n h e r v o t in g r e c o r d w i t h o t lie r R e p u b lic a n s . " I t is m y d x ih j a s a n e le c te d o ffic ia l to re p re s e n t y o u . I c a n n o t d o th a t i f l d o n o t s h o w u p f o r w o r k . B e in g p re s e n t, p a r t ic ip a t in g in d e b a te , a n d v o t in g is th e e s s e n c e o f t h e le g is la tiv e p ro c e s s . I n e e d y o u r v o te i n th e A u g u s t 1 7 p r im a r y r u n o f f e le c tio n s o th a t 1 c a n g o to z v o r k fo r y o u ! " ~ S e n a to r V ir g in ia F o x x Make no bones about it - When the gavel falls and you are absent, your values add up to zero! Contact Senator Foxx: 1 1 4 8 6 H w y . 1 0 5 S o u t h B a n n e r E lk , N . C . 2 8 6 0 4 (8 2 8 ) 9 6 3 - 5 8 2 9 h o m e p h o n e v ir g iiiia f o x x @ c h a r t e r .n e t w v m . v i r g i n i a f o x x . c o m H a r d w o r k -i- c o n s e r v a t i v e v a l u e s + e x p e r i e n c e + 9 9 % a t t e n d a n c e r e c o r d = C o n g r e s s w o m a n V i r g i n i a F o x x ! P A ID FOR BY FO XX FOR CONGRESS, R.B. S LO A N , F IN A N C E C H A IR D i s t r i c t C o u r t DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 - 5 The following cases were heard in Davio Dislrici Court on July 29, Presiding; Judge Mury F. Covington. Prosecuting; Terry Mieneke and Kevin Benlo, As­ sistant DAs. - Znehary Brewer, 2 counts assault on a female, dlsmLssod al request of prosecutor’s witness. - Thomns D. Browning, driv­ ing while license revoked, dis­ missed, mutter corrected. - Rnndy E. Dnvidson, 2 counts violntion of probntion, sentenced to 45 days in jnil, credit for ono day, 6 monlhs in­ tensive probntion, submit to ran­ dom drug screens and warrant­ less searches, not to possess any illegni drugs or nlcohol. - Timothy Eecles, driving while license revoked,sentenced to 60 dnys in jail, 19 days credit for time served; reckless driving lo endanger, dismissed per plea. - Arthur Frogge, communi­ cating threats, dismissed per fail­ ure of prosecuting witness to appear. - Grog Gobble, simple as- suult.dismisscd; communicaling throats, dismissed. - Joshua D. Goodwin, com- munlcntlng thrents, dismissed pending mediation. -Timmy R. Green,aiding nnd nbctting an impaired driver, dis­ missed per co-defendents plea. - Mnithow P. Holifield, unsu- pervlsed probation violation, sentenced to 12 hours commu­ nily sorvlco. - Jnmi C. Lamont, driving while license revoked, sentenced lo 60 days in jail, suspended two years, supervised probation, $130 in attorney’s foes, $200 fine, court costs, trnnsfcrred lo Forsyth county. - Kevin Knnc, non support of spouse, dismls.sed - Richard Kelley, driving while liccnse revoked, sentenced lo supervised probation, 9:00 PM curfew, remain in school, submit to random drug screens nnd warrantless searches, not lo possess any illegal substance, substance abuse nssessmcnt/ treatment, first fniled lest is a violntion and goes lo jail. - Miranda Koontz, speeding 70 In a 55, dismissed. - Grant S. Lnkey, misde­ meanor possession of schedule VI controlled substance, dis­ missed per plen, possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed per plea, evidence ordered de­ stroyed. - Anthony D. Locastro, pos­ session of stolen property, sen­ tenced lo 90 days in jnil, sus­ pended 2 years, supervised pro- bntion,$ 100 fine, costs, property to be returned to owner, rcducc to unsupervised probntion when restitution mnde. - Gustavo Lorenzo , DW l, sentenced to 30 days in jail, sus­ pended 1 year, unsupervised probntion, $100 fine nnd costs, substnncc abuse assessment/ Irenimenl, surrender license, not lo operate a motor vehicle unlil licensed by DMV; driving left of center, dismissed per plea. - John A. McCarthy, posses­ sion of n controlled substance, dismissed - Mike Morris, simple as­ sault, dismissed; communicating threats, dismissed - Donald R. Nichols, misde­ meanor child abuse, dismissed; possession of drug parapherna­ lia, dismissed, indicted on re­ lated charges, - Joseph W. Nunn, assault on a female, sentenced lo 100 days in jail, crcdil for 7 days. - Shawn C. Owens, unautho­ rized use of a motor vehiclc, prayer for judgement, $65 attor­ ney fees, $50 fine, court co.sts, complete high school, no con­ sumption of drugs or alcohol. - Jonathan L. Raymer, misde­ meanor larceny, dismissed - Horace M. Redmon, assault with a deadly weapon, dismissed per failure of prosecuting wit­ ness to appear; breaking nnd en­ tering, dismissed per fnilure of prosecuting witness to appear; injury of personal property, dis­ missed per failure of prosecut­ ing witness lo appear. - Steven Rodriguez, shoplift­ ing, concealment of goods, sen­ tenced to 10 days in jail, credit for I day. - Dnvid C. Shnw, violntion of a protective order, sentenced to 49 days in jail, 49 days credit; injuiy to property, dismissed per plea; domestic criminal trespass, dismissed per plea, violation of a protective order, dismissed per plea. - Timothy 0 , Smilh, assault on a female, prayer for judge­ menl, remit costs; protective or­ der violation, dismissed. - Tina O. Smith, simple as­ sault, prayer for judgement, re­ mit costs. - Jeff Talbert, assault with a deadly weapon, found not guilty. - Teresa Torrance, possession ofslolen property, dismissed per no victim present third time. - Rebecca L. Torres, simple assault, dismissed. J u d g e R u le s M a n U s e d E x c e s s iv e F o rc e In S h o o tin g O f B o y ’s D o g By Mike Gunning DavieCounly Enterprise Rccord A Mocksvillc man was con­ victed of animal cruelty after shooting a neighbor's pet beagle on Memorial Day. Thomas Davenport of 359 Georgia Road said he was con­ cerned for his job in security af­ ter the conviction, but Judge Mary Covington reserved judge­ ment In the case, giving Daven­ port nn opportunity to make res­ titution in six months. Greg Gobble of 325 Georgia Road testified that while grilling on his backyard on Memorial Day, ho lot his son’s i-year-old beagle puppy and another dog run loose to chase a rabbit. Gobble and Davenport’s prop­ erty adjoin, but are separated by a small wooded urea. Gobble stated that the dogs hnd run into the woods and he lost sight of them, but that he could hear the beagle. Buddy, barking as he rnn. Several min­ utes later, Gobble said he heard four gunshots, Gobble said his son Kendall, who was at his side, looked up at him with tears in his eyes and said, “Daddy, I think that man just shot Buddy.” Gobble stnted Dnvenport then came over a few minutes after and admitted loshooting the dog. Gobble testified lhat he told Dav­ enport to leave several times, und then called the law. Dr. Emily Robinson, a veteri­ narian practicing In Advance, Ircnted Buddy the following dny, nnd reported finding 19 puncture wounds on the nnimni. Robinson stnted tho wounds were consis­ tent with those .she hnd seen In the past whore an animal was hit with birdshot from a shotgun, Robinson also said the dog had clusters of injuries, indicating il hnd been shot several times and from different angles. “There were wounds in tho chest area ... three or four wounds on tho hind quarters of the dog,” Robinson said. “It was shot from tho front and back.” "Would you say it’s likely this dog was shot while running away?” asked aUorney Harold Powell. “Yos,” Robinson replied. Davenport tostificd the dog was nltacking his chickens, and he cnme out of his house to find Buddy chusing his rooster ucross the yard. “1 wns in the house, and I heard the chickens squalling,” Davenport snid. “I got my shot­ gun and put three rounds in it, I wns trying to gol it off my prop­ orly.” He snid ho shot al die dog lo scare it away, not to infilct hann. He added that he went to Gobble's house to explain the shooting. “What did you wnnt me to do,” Davenport said. “They were killing my chickens." Davenport said he shot at Buddy once. He presented the court wilh pictures of a pib of feathers he said came from the rooster attuckcd by the dogs. Powell argued that even if Buddy was trespassing, it did not give Davenport the right to uso deadly force. Judge Mary Covington agreed, Davenport wns ordered to slay off Gobble’s property, and pay his vet bill and court costs, “There's always a danger of something bad happening when you lol your dogs run loose,” Covington told Gobble, "Please keep that in mind in the future,” Shnun Hemingway i\/lan Charged With Rape Of Underage Girl A Mocksvillo man waived his right to a court appointed attor­ ney, instend choosing to hire his own or represent himself on one counl of felony statutory rape Mondny. Shnun Dale Hemingway, 26, of 1749 U.S. 601 South, was ar­ rested by Detectivc Sgt. John H, Stephens of the Dnvio County Sheriff's office after the victim’s mother made a complaint Friday night. It was nol the firsl time his name was mentioned to police. In May of 2004 lie completed probation for misdemeanor pos­ session of dnig parnphernnlia. The victim, whose identity would not bo’ relcnsod becnuse she Is n minor. Is under 16 yenrs of nge, nnd visited with Hemingway cariier in the day when the incident occurred. “The ago of consent in North Carolina is 16,” Stephens said. “Anyone under thal age cannot consent to having sex.” Hemingway, who listed his employer as Doug Lakey Homo Improvements, is being hold in Davie County Jail on $50,000 se­ cured bond. “It took me by surprise,” Lakey said, “He’s been with me off and on for a few month's, ho seemed like a normal enough guy. You jusl never know.” I Pledge to: M y P l e d g e f o D a v i e C o u n t y My name is Rick Horton, I am the new owner of the 2 Domino’s Pizzas in Davie County (in Mocl<sville at 430 Valley Road and in Advance/Hillsdale at Kinderton Place). It is important to me to run the type of business that makes the county proud to have In the area. ♦ Value my customers and the citizens of Davie County. ♦ Provide hot, fresh, and delicious food in a timely manner, ♦ Treat my customers with the utmost respect and courtesy, ♦ Assist our schools through fundraising, donations, and volunteering. ♦ Give bacl< to our community in a generous manner. ♦ Be an active participant in tne area.♦ Have teams at both stores that agree with my pledge. ♦ Total Satisfaction Guarantee “If you are not completely satisfied with your Domino’s Pizza experience, we will mal<e it right or refund your money. Guaranteed." 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DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 Public Records S h e riff s D ep artm en t The following incidctils were reported lo Ihc Davic Couniy Sheriff's Department. - On July 28 Rickcy Nccly reporlcd n 1990 red Acurn was taken from a residence off N.C. 801 South, Mocksville. - Gabriel Mazie reported ha­ rassing phone call.s at a home on Deadmon Road. Mocksvillc on July 28. , - On July 26 Derrick Nichols reported a liccnsc tag was taken from a residence on County Home Road, Mocksville. - Edward Shultz reported damage to a yard on Lakewood Drive. Mocksville on July 26. - On July 27 Nayeli Merino reported a paycheck was taken from a residence on Stoney Lane, Mocksvillc. - Belly Smith reported n mail­ box was damaged on Angell Road, Mocksville July 26. - On July 27 Eric Prcsnelt re­ ported harassing phone calls at a home on Main Church Road. Mock.svillc. - Meregildo and Paulino Garcia reported a 1993 Ply­ mouth Sundance was taken from a location on Interstate 40, Mocksvillc on July 27. - On July 27 Johnny Glennon reported a missing person at a home on Angell Road, Mocks­ ville. - James Bocttchcr and Pamela Young reported a 1980 Chevy Mulibu was taken from a business on U.S. 64 West, Mocksville on July 27. - On July 27 Rochella Shanks reported money was taken from a home near WaU Street, Cool­ eemee. - Rusty Allgood reported a 1994 Acura was taken from a garage off Salisbury Street, Mocksville on July 27. - On July 27 Jacob Wyse re­ ported a shoplifter at Lowes Foods, Advance. - Tony Hendrix reported a china cabinet and t-shirt were damaged at a home on Fulton Road, Advance on July 28. - On July 29 Brad Harrington reported firearms were taken from a location on Deadmon Road, Mocksville. - Russell Corpin reported an assault at a residence on Oakland Avenue, Mocksville on July 29. - On July 29 Sarah Wisemon reported a missing person at a home on Pineville Road, Mocks­ ville. - Pam Rosenstecl reported a break-in at a home on Ben Anderson Road, Mocksville on July 29. - On July 29 Adam Cornatzer reported gasoline was taken from a business off N.C. 801 North, Advance. - Kaylyne Smith reported a glass table was damaged at a business off Oak Valley Boule- vord. Advance on July 29. - On July 29 an assault was reported at a home on Oakland Avenue, Mocksville. H ig hw ay P atrol The following traffic wrccks in Davie County were listed by the N.C. Highway Patrol. Man Chnrged, Drunk Driving A Davie mnn was chargcd with DWI, careless and rccklcss after he wrecked the vehicic he was driving July 28. Bruce Wnyne Boyles of Lewisville was driving his 1995 Pontiac vehicic norlh on N.C. 801 when he drove the vehlcic otf Ihe right side of the road and collided with railroad tracks on Ihc shoulder. Trooper M.C. Howell re­ ported the accident occurred ut approximately 9:17 p.m. and there were no injuries. Wreck On School Compus A Davidson woman was charged with failure to yield af­ ter the vehicic she was driving hit another July 26. Angclia Kristen Willprecht of Lexingion was driving her 1995 Buick vchiclc east on the Davic campus of David.son Commu­ nity College. Doris Annct Boger of 454 Sain Road, Mocksville was driving her 2001 Chevrolet vchiclc south on U.S. 601. Willprecht failed to yield and entered 601. Her vehicle collided with Boger's. Trooper M.C, Howell re­ ported Ihc accident occurred at approximately 8:02 p.m. and Boger was taken to Davie Hos­ pital for treatment. Wreck On U.S. 601 No charges were filed after an accident on July 26. Heather Catherine Williams of 232 Oakdale Circle, Mocks­ villc was driving a 1992 Chevrolet vehicle north on 601 behind a 2004 Volvo vehlcic driven by Michael Andrew Jolly of 141 Bermuda Run Drive, Ber­ muda Run. Jolly slowed his ve­ hicle and Williams' vehicle col­ lided with his. Trooper M.C. Howell re­ ported Ihe accident occurred at approximately 5:02 p.m. and there were no injuries. Driver Flees Accident Sccne A North Corolina woman was charged with driving wilh li­ cense revoked and leaving Ihe scene of a collision afler an ac­ cident on July 29. Aimee Celeste M iller of Stony Point was driving her 1997 Chevrolet vehicle west on 1-40 when she lost conlrol of Ihe vehicle and it went off the road to the right. Miller’s vehicle col­ lided with on embankment. Miller then left Ihe scene before the investigating officer arrived. Trooper M.C. Howell re­ ported the accidcnt occuned at approximately 2:42 a.m. Wreck On Pineville Roud No charges were Filed after an accident on July 28. Michael Aaron Childress of 705 Pineville Road, Mocksville was driving his 1992 Toyota pick-up east on Pineville Road. Childress' Iruck collided with u tree lhat had fallen onlo the road- way. Afler the collision Childress drove his iruck off the left side of the road and collided with a highway sign and gatepost. Trooper F.C. Ferguson re­ ported the accidenl occurred at approximately 5:58 a.m. and there were no injuries. Vehicle Hydroplanes, Wrecks A Davie woman was charged with exceeding safe speed after she wrecked the vehicle she was driving July 29. Melissa Philomena Agrillo of 193 Ashley Lane, Mocksville was driving a 2003 Ford vehicle west on 1-40 when Ihe vehicle hydroplanes on the wet road. Agrillo ran her vchicle off the lefl side of the road, through a grass median, and collided with a median cable. Trooper M.T. Dalton reported the accident occurred at approxi­ mately 3:50 p.m. and ihere were no injuries. Woman Charged In Wreck A North Carolina woman was charged wilh failure to reduce speed after she wrecked the vc­ hicle she was driving July 29. Karen Dale Harrison of Lou­ isville was driving a 1986 Geo vehicle north at Furche's BP parking lot. Harrison's vehicle collided with a ditch on the south shoulder of N.C. 801. Trooper M.C. Howell re­ ported the Occident occurred at approximately 2:11 a.m, and there were no injuries. L an d T ran sfers The following land transfers were filed with Ihe Davie Reg­ ister of Deeds, listed by parties involved, acreage, townsliip and deed stamps purchased, with $2 representing $l,(XX). - Loyd Wade Beauchamp to Ronnie Wade Beauchamp and ^ Trade York Beauchamp, 8 acres, Farmington. - Federal Home Lonn Mort­ gage Corp. to Timothy C. Trudgeon and Lindn D. Trudgeon, 1.44 acres, Mocks­ ville. - Annelle Ijamcs lo Linda June Ijamcs, 2.5 acres. - John M. Bailey and Vivian M. Bailey to Don Bniley and Helen Davis, .01 acre, Fullon. Help U8 Celebrate National Gym nastics Day Thursday, August 5 at 12:30 Gymnaatica Gala Featuring live performances followed byj F R E E L E S S O N S to the Public! ~ also ~ C o n g r a t u la t io n s to o u r D a n c e T e a m N a tio n a l C h a m p io n s ! Auditions for our new dance teams will be held August 7 at 1:30 N O W O P E N sen xo a p a n e s e R e s t a u r a n A u tk e n tio Japanese C u is in e Dine-in or Take-out 678 Wiikesboro St., Mocksvillc 336-753-6867 Fax; 336-753-6847 In Former Potmana Location Business Hours Sunday - Thursday 11:00am - 9:00pm I Friday - Saturday 11:00am - I0;00pm I Pickup Window Avnllublc , - r / J —.. r — I - Gerald Lynn Tomberiin and Deboral) A. Tomberiin lo Lorin A. Wood and Karen S. Wood, 1,56 acrcs, Farmington, $358. • Rodney L. Bailey and Vicki Bailey, and Debbie S. Prachel to Clyde Hendricks and Helen Hendricks, and Raymond J. Markland and Ruth S. Markland, I lot, Mocksvillc, $38. M ocksville Police The following incidenls were reporlcd lo the Mocksville Po­ lice Department. - A report of tools and a checkbook being taken from a vehicle ut a parking urea on Blaise Church Rond, Mocksville was received July 27, - A leush law violation wns reporlcd on July 27 nt n home on Windward Circle, Mocksville. - On July 27 an assault was reported at an area on Sunset Drive, Mocksviile. - On July 28 fireunns and ammunition were reported taken from a home on Cartner Street, Mock.sville. - Tliree packs of steaks were reported shoplifted nt a groccry store on Vnllcy Roud, Mocks­ ville on July 28. - On July 29 a checkbook, computer, and leather bag were reported taken from a vehicle parked on Yadkinvillc Road, Mocksvillc. Arrests - Michael Dean Foster, 42, of 4 10 Rivcrdule Road, Mocksville was arrested July 29 for shoplift­ ing nnd attempted .shoplifting. Trial date: Sept. 16. A rrests - New Soulh Development to McAuley C. Byrum III and Karen Byrum, I lot, Mocksvillc, $95. - H. Terry Hutchens, substi­ tute trustee lo US Secretary of Housing and Urban Develop­ ment, I lot, Jerusalem. . - Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Terry Dennis Grubb, I lot, Mocksville. - Gloria J. Evans to Mark A, Beverly and Linda N. Beveriy, 1.41 ucrcs. Shady Grove, $13. - Kay Earnhardt Brady and Tommy M. Brady to Steven Vnlladarcs and Barbara K. Valladares, I lot, Fanninglon, $370. ■ - Mulvancy Homes to Marc A. Schuub Jr, and Carrie L. Schaub, I lot, Farmington, $308. - Don Cover and Cathy Cover to John Cover, I lot, Jerusnlem. - ITAC 67 to Mary Apperson Davis and Arthur David Davis Jr., 2 parcels, Jerusalem, $414. - Annette Dalton to Camell Jones Jr., ,49 acre, Mocksville. - Sadie D. Jones to Camell Jones Jr., .51 acre, Mocksville. - Jeffrey Wayne Cull and Mona Call to Steven L. Berry and Linda Lee Berry, 9.26 acrcs, Calahaln, $360. - Keith Holder and PumelaA. Holder to Jason Dean Murphy, I lot, $331. - Lucille M. Levan to Philip Randolph Myers and Dawn Dyson Myers, 3 tracts, Calahaln, $298. - Larry McDaniel Buildei s to Betty Burton Hendrix, I unit, Mocksville, $280. - Nolan Bradley Cheek to' Lisa D. Cheek, 1 lot, Farming­ ton. - Edgar B, Welch and Brenda H. Welch to William Gray Welch and Kelly Lloyd Welch, 4 acres, Farmington. - BR 549 to Alan Fletcher Construction, 1 lot, Farmington, $137. - Sumnaz Inc. to Ehab Alcf Bahgat and Vickic Honaker Bahgat, I lot, Farmington, $494. - Westview Development to Darren Burke Construction, I lot, Farmington, $77. - Jim Van Gundy and Suzanne Van Gundy to Lauren Faith Schwartz, I lot, Farmington, $1,560. - William F. Junker and Kalhy B. Junker lo TP& JP, 9.66 ucres, Mocksville, $968. - Robert Spillman and Maxine Spillman to Peggy Motsinger, 1.32 acres, Farming­ ton, $52. - Mabel Elwood Laird to Clyde J. Leonard and Margarele L. Leonard, 3.14 acres, Farming­ ton. - Edwin T. Johnson Jr. and Linda L. Wolfe-Johnson to M&L Leasing, 15.42 acres, Fnrming­ ton, $132. - Mildred Privette Bcck and Marshall T. Beck Jr. to the tnist- ees of The Mildred L. Bcck Re­ vocable Living Trust, 12.35 acres, Calahaln. - Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Gregory A, Pontiilo and Tanya S, Ponllllo, 1 lot. - BRC Development to Joycc A. Whitaker, I villa, Mocksville, $211. - Joyce Ann Whitaker to Kevin R. Baker and Lisa D. Baker, I lot, Mocksville, $268. ■ Barry Russell Jones to Christine Ann Kiuge-Jones, 1.2 acres, Farmington. Fires Davie County fire depart­ ments responded lo the follow­ ing calls: July 26: Smith Grove, 11:19 a.m., N.C. 801 South, fire alarm; Advance assisled; Farmington assisted; Cornaizcr-Dulin as­ sisted; Mocksville, 9:07 p.m., Salisbury Road, automobile ac­ cidcnt. July 27: County Line, 2:47 a.m., 1-40 East, automobile acci­ denl; Center assisted. July 29: Mocksvillc, 11:12 p.m., Yadkinville Road, hazard­ ous conditions; Advance, 11:26 p.m., Suntree Drive, hazardous conditions; Mocksville, 12:46 p.m.. Valley Rond; Cenier as­ sisted; Willinm R. Davie, 4p.m„ Cana Road, automobile accident; Farmington assisled; Farming­ ton, 4:41 p.m., 1-40 West, auto­ mobile accidcnt; Smith Grove assisted; Mocksville, 10:23 p.m., Hospilal Street, propane leak. July 30: Mocksville, 10:03 a.m., in front of Lee Jeons, ve­ hicle fire; Jerusalem assisled; Fork, 11:53 a.m., U.S. 64 Enst smoke investigation; Mocks­ ville, 12:19 p.m., Hardee's, util­ ity line down; Jerusalem assisted July 31: Advance, 4:57 a.m. N.C. 801 South, fire alarm Comatzcr-Dulin assisled. Aug. 1: Smith Grove, 11:3^ p.m., Fnir Onks Drive, nssis Clemmons on fire alarm. The Davie County Slieriffs Department made the following nrresls: - Tonya Hepler McBride, 40, of 182 Swicegood Slreel, Mocks­ ville was arre.sled July 26 for breaking and entering. Trial date: Aug. 5. - Paula Myers Stnnley, 36, of Hobson Drive, Mocksville wns arrested July 26 for brenking, entering, and larccny. Trinl dnte: Aug. 5. - Joseph McAlister Teague, 38, of 320 Redland Road. Ad­ vance was arrested July 27 for speeding 62 in a 45. Trial dale: Aug. 24 in Iredell County. - James Edward Ellis, 22, of 244 Chestnut Trail, Mocksville was arrested July 27 for posses­ sion of stolen goods. Trial date; Aug. 23 in Forsyth County. - Russell Lane Whitlock, 36, of 1420 County Line Road, Mocksville was arrested July 27 for nssault inflicting serious in­ jury. Trial date: Aug. 5. - Ryan James Trahan, 22, of 409 Fred Lanier Road, Mocks­ ville was arrested July 28 for domestic assaull. Trial date; Aug. 15. - Christopher Phillips, 21, of 125 Calvin Lane, Mocksville was arrested July 28 for first degree burglary, brenking and entering of a vehicle, and damage to prop­ erty. Trial dale; Sept. 9. - Michael Lee Smith, 32, of 4421 U.S. 64 West, Mocksville was arrested July 29 for failure to appear. Trial date: Aug. 20 in Iredell County, - Ru.ssell Scott Corpin, 22, of 140 Willow Lnne, Mocksville was arrested July 29 for assault on a female. Trial date: Sept. 23. - Kari Stacy Johnson, 40, of 248 Mill Street, Mocksville was arrested July 29 for assault wilh n deadly weapon infiicling seri ous injury, Trial date: Aug. 5. - Chrysinl Rogers Thomas 31, of Woodlenf was nn-esie( July 29 for larceny of a moto vehicle. Trinl dale: Sept. 2. - Eddie Guy Miller, 22, o 2628 U.S. 64 East, Mocksvilli was arrested July 29forsimpl. assault and injury to persona property. Trial date; Sept. 23. - Karen Dale Harrison, 42, o Lewisville wns arrested July 2' for false report of a larceny ofi motor vehicle. 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C O m J u s t o ff 1-40 E x it 1 7 0 , H w y . 6 0 1 • M o c k s v iiie , N C • (3 3 6 ) 7 5 1 -2 1 6 1 'Plus tax & fees. "Not everyone will qualify for all rebates, see dealer for details. "'Excludes diesel engines. AMniCAN'i rORO i ,MUCUir / MockBVlll* Carl Naylor Oonofo/Maiìagor Kolth Dovonport Dalo RfltlodgoAsstóííutfSrttosAfíVMgoí Lonnio Burgosa Sflioa Chuck Walkor Satos Eric Sholton Saios 8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. S, 2004 Administrative Court The foUowing cases were dis­ posed of in Davic Admlnlslrativc Court June 18. Presiding: Magis­ trate Kevin D Hendrix. Prosecuting: Chuck Kinsey, assistant DA. - Michael R. Aiven, speeding 52 in a 3S, reduced lo 44 In a 3S, $10, cosl. - Owendolynn J. Angell foilure lo reduce speed, dismissed - Vicloria C. Angell, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ menl, S25, cost - Eva P. Baldwin, expired in­ spection slicker, dismissed - Phillip M. Berry, speeding 83 In a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. • Lois M. Boger, unsafe move- meni, dismissed - Richard M. Bowles, speeding 65 In a 50, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Toni M. Brackett, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. ^ • Edres B. Brahim, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to Improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Christpher B. Brown, speeding 60 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, expired in­ spection sticker, disinissed - James A. Brown, speeding 85 In a 70, reduced to Improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - Normand P. Bratell, failure lo reduce speed dismissed - Bobby O. BiyanI, speeding 73 In a 55, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. • Douglas m. Buie, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to Improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. • Jose C. Calderon, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced lo Improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Lindsey M. Cansler, speeding 84 in a 70. reduced to Improper equipmenl, $25, cosl. - Edie E. Carpenter, speeding 86 In a 70, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - Carl W. Caudill, speeding 80 In a 70, reduced lo Improper equip­ ment, $25, cost.-, failure lo wear a sealbell, dismissed - Schulyer D. Clark, speeding 83 In a 70, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. • Nicholas D. Coates, speeding K 70 in a 55, reduced lo improper equipmenl, $25, cost. - Hector A. Coreas, failure to secure passenger, dismissed - Jordan D. Coale, speeding 88 in 0 70, reduced lo improper equip­ menl, $25, cosl. - Edward Crosby, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $ 10, cost - Cindy S. Cunningham, speed- ing 70 in a 55, rcduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Luchainda S. Dalton, expired inspection, improper use of dealer permit, dismissed; failure lo wear seatbelt, $25, cosl _ Michele B. Downing, speed­ ing 69 in a 50, rcduced lo Improper equipment. $25, cost. - Archie J, Dry, Expired inspec­ tion, dismissed; Improper passing, $10, cosl - Kristi L. Durham, improper passing, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - David L. Elkins, speeding 63 in a 50, reduced lo improper equip­ menl, $25, cost.; operating a vehicle without insurance, dismissed; no rcgislralion, dismissed, nctitious li­ cense, dismissed. - Zachary S. Ellis, speeding 70 tn a 55, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost.; failure to wear seatbelt, dismissed. - Gregory K. Epperly, speeding 60 in a 45, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cosl. - Oenann S. Elchison, speeding 96 In a 70, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cosl. - Ossama I. Fahmy speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to Improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Diego 0. Fernandez, exceed­ ing a'safe speed, dismissed. - Jason L. Finlay, speeding 73 in a 55, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - Roberto Flores, speeding 82 In a 70, reduced lo improper equip­ menl, $25, cosl. - Mark A. Fricsen, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Ronald A. FulbrighI, speeding 70 In a 55, reduced to Improper equipmenl, $25, cosl. - Duslin 0. Furkel, failure lo re­ duce speed, dismissed - Mima E. Oarcia, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. ■ Marcos L. Gonnales, no oper­ ating Iicensc, dismissed - Jennifer T. Gray, speeding 50 in a 35, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - Jamie D. ariffey, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced 79 in a 70, $ 10, cost - Daniel I. Guerrero, speeding 87 In a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. '' • Kimberly E. Gunter, speeding 52 in a 35, reduced to Improper equipment, $25, cosl. - Annuiiese M. Haftman, speed­ ing 72 in a 55, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Richard B. Hall, no operalors liccnse, dismissed - Johnny R. Hayes, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Azalea Hernandez, Improper passing, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cost; Failure lo yield, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Daniel 0. Hester, speeding 69 in a 50 reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cost; expired inspection, dismissed - William B. Higgins, speeding 75 in a 55, reduced to 64 In a 55, $10, cosl; Improper passing, dis­ missed - Jeffery T. Hinson, speeding 74 in a 55, rcduced to improper equip­ menl, $25, cosl. - Diane P. Hobbs, Driving left of cenler, reduced to improper equip­ menl, $25, cost. Jonathan C. Irby, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to Improper equip­ menl, $25, cosl. - Victor D. Ireland, speeding 89 In a 70, rcduced lo improper equip­ menl, $25, cosl; no Iicensc, dis­ missed. - Sherman B. John, speeding 85 In a 70, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - John P. Kauscrud, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced lu Improper equip­ menl, $25, cosl. - William H. Kingery, failure lo wear sealbell, $25, cost. - Donald d. Kirby, Speeding 83 ijn a 70, rcduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Sheena B. Latlimore, speeding 85 In a 70, reduced lo Improper equipment, $25, cost. ■ Michael P. Lawson, Improper muffler, dismissed. - Tony A. Lewis, speeding 89 In a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Shunta R.LIncburgcr, speeding 84 In a 70, reduced lo improper equipmenl, $25, cosl. - Krista H. Lutchmansingh, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced lo Im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. - Fred S. Lynch, no drivers li­ cense, dismissed. - Scottie A. Lyons, driving left of cenler, reduced to improper equipmenl, $25, cosl. - Maria A. Martinez, no license, dismissed. - Roger D.McKlnney, failure to reduce speed, diimisaed. - Jesus R. Meza, speeding 70 In a 55, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. • Angela M. Moore, speeding 83 in a 70, rcduccd lo Improper equip­ menl, $25, cosl. -Allison Morrison, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Craig Myers, possession of a malt beverage underage, $25, cosl. - Roy L. Myers, following loo closely, dismissed; Improper brakes, dismissed. • Thomas 0. Pansley, possession of a mall beverage underage, $25, cosl. - Michael A. Paul, speeding 82 in a 70 V -Timothy D. Pieseckl, speeding 68 In a 55, reduced to Improper equipment, $25, cost. - Benhur S. Pineda, speeding 72 In a 55, reduced lo Improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - Rene Quadt, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. - Polly M. Reynolds, expired registration, dismissed; no inspec­ tion, dismissed. - Enrique Rodriguez, Jr., speed­ ing 87 In a 70, reduced 79 in a 70, $ 10, cosl; no Inspection, dismissed. - Jason M. Rogers, no operators license, dismissed. Fail to slop, re­ duced lo Improper equipment, $25, cost. - Brian C.Rucker speeding 90 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $10, cost. - Bandi Sandani, speeding 90 in a 70, reduced 79 in a 70, $120, cost. - Nalhanial T. Scfclk, speeding 83 In a 70, reduced to Improper equipment, $25, cost. ■ Gary Simes, exceeding a safe speed, dismissed. - Frank D. Simpson, exceeding a safe speed, dismissed. - Shana M. Speer, speeding 69 in a 55, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Jeremy D. Spencer, exceeding a safe speed, dismissed. - Arthur C.Spillman, unsafe movement, dismissed. - William W. Slanaland, expired inspection, dismissed. - Lynda L. Summers, expired registration, dismissed.; no insur­ ance, dismissed. - Omar A. Sweitl, speeding 72 in a 55, reduced to improper equip­ menl, $25, cosl; no license, dis­ missed. • Robert S. Szabocsan, no in­ spection, dismissed. - Cody S. Tharpe, speeding 71 in a 55, rcduced lo 64 in a 55. $ 10, cost. - Lisa R, Thomas, speeding 80 In a 70, reduced lo Improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Charles M. Timmons, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. - Bryn, N. Turner, speeding 70 In a 55, reduced to Improper equip­ menl, $25, cosl. - Edward V. Valentine, failure to A BACK-TO-SCHOOl SAIE FOR TODAY'S WDS! 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Walson, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to Improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - Jimmie D.Weaver, no inspec­ tion, dismissed; expired registra­ tion, dismissed. - Cynlhia B. West, expired reg­ istration, dismissed. - Sleven W. Whybrew, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. - Susan D. Willingham, speed­ ing 86 in a 70, rcduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Noah L. Wiseman, Improper towing, dismissed. - John R. Wortman, speeding 63 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - Michael T. Wright, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to Improper equip­ ment, $25, cost; no Inspection, dis­ missed. - Kendall 0. Yoder, unsafe movement, dismissed. - Brian K. York, speeding 70 In a 55, reduced to Improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl; failure lo wear a seatbelt, dismissed. - Jeremy A, Young, no license, dismissed; expired rcgistralion, dis­ missed. July 2 The following cases were dis­ posed of in Davle Administrative Court July 2. Presiding; Magistrate Ellen Drcchsler. Prosecuting: Kevin Beale, assistant DA. - Hannah M. Chappie, failure to secure passenger un^ler 16, dis­ missed per correclion. - Jack D. Greenwood, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cosl. - Annallcse M. Haftman, speed­ ing 75 In a 55, reduced to 64 In a 55, $10, cost. - Juan Jimenez, speeding 89 In a 70, rcduced lo 74 In a 70, cost. - Jo.so L; Juarez, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to Improper equip­ ment, $25, cost; window liming vio­ lation, dismissed per correclion. • Michelle t. Lambert, failure lo slop for atopsign/flashing red light, reduced lo Improper, equipmenl, $25, cosl. • James E. Lane, speeding 80 In a 70, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Mendoza O. Marroqulp, fail­ ure to Slop for stopsign/sleady red light, reduced to improper equip­ menl, $25, cost. - Wesley F. Martin, speeding 60 in a 45, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - Telesford F. Mendez, speeding 65 in a 45, reduced to improper equipmenl, $100, cosl. - Nestor 0. Montealegrc, speed­ ing 70 in I) 55, reduced to improper equipmenl, $25, cosl; failure to wear drivers scat belt, dismissed per plea. - Richard J. Pate, speeding 85 in a 70, reduccd lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - William S. Pierce, unsafe movement, dismissed per civil settlement. • Tammy S. ReavIs, expired reg­ istration , dismissed per correction. - Falecia M. Shedrick, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to Improper equipment, $25, cost. - Bobby V. Shumake, speeding 67 in a 45, reduced to 54 In a 45, $10, CO.SI.; expired/no Inspection Slicker, dismissed per correclion. - Julia M. Von Malleahn, speed­ ing 85 In a 70, reduced lo improper equipment, $50, cost. - William A. Adams, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Sabrina R. Beasley, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced to 79-70, $10, cost; failure to wear drivers seat bell, dismissed per plea. - Chandra W, Beaver, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $10, cosl, - Helena J. Boger, expired reg­ istration card/tag, dismissed per correclion; ficlilious/concealed/re- voked registration card/lag, dis­ missed per correction; driving/al­ lowing vchicle nol regislered/titled, dismissed per correclion. - Marcie M. Campbell, foilure lo reduce speed, dismissed per civil settlement. - Mark B. Clendcnin, speeding 80 In a 70, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Linda D. Correll, driving with license revoked, dismissed/correc­ tion. - Christopher D, Crotis, operot- Jng a vehicle with no Insuronce, dis­ missed per correclion; failure to wear drivers seat belt, $25, cost; unsafe tires, dismissed per correc­ tion. - Kevin M. Davis, unsafe move­ ment, dismissed per civil settle­ ment. - Tonic P. Diaz, speeding 52 In a 35, reduced to 40 In a 35, $5, cosl. - Kim M. Epperly,'speeding 87 In a 70, rcduced to improper equip­ ment, cost. ,- Sabrina C. Fletcher, expired registration card/tag, dismissed per correction. - Eric D. Fortune, speeding 60 in 0 45, reduced to Improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Brion R. Fromol, speeding 82 in a 70, rcduced lo Improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Anna S. Gaddy, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to Improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Kellie H. Oailher, failure lo reduce speed, dismissed per civil settlement. - Phillip M. Hall, expired regis­ tration card/tag, dismissed per cor­ reclion. - Orville J. Hayes, failure lo comply wllh license.reslHclions, expired/no inspection stickcr, ficti- llous/concealed/revoked registra­ tion card/tag, dismissed per correc­ tion. - Sammy Hernandez, failure lo wear drivers scot bell, $25, cosl; explred/no inspection sticker, dis­ missed per plea. - Richard F. Hildreth, operating a vehicle wllh no insurance, dis­ missed per correclion. - Richard L. Hobbs, speeding 70 In a 55, reduced to Improper equip­ menl, $25, cosl. - WallerT. Jones, expired/no in­ spection sticker, dismissed per cor­ rection. - Anita D. Kiser, expired regis­ tration card/log, dismissed per cor­ rection. - Plácido D. Luna, no operators liccnse, dismissed per correclion. ■ Joseph E. Lusk, flclitious/con- ceoled/revoked registration card/ tag, dismissed per correction. - Angel A. Martinez, speeding 85 in a 70, reduccd lo improper equipmenl, $25, cosl. - Isouro R. Martinez, no opera­ tors license, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cosl; failure lo re­ duce speed, dismissed per civil settlement. • Ivon D. Martinez, no operators ^ license, dismissed per plea; traffic conlrol device violation, reduced to Improper equipment, $25, cosl. - Daniel T. McCAnn, speeding 84 In a 70, reduced lo Improper equipment, $25, cost. - Dwight D. McClure, expired/ no inspection slicker, dismissed per correction. - Rebecca E. McQueen, unsafe movement, dismissed per civil setllemenl. - Maria A. Moreno, failure lo yield, dismissed per civil settle­ ment. - Rene R. Murcia, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced lo 74 in a 70, $5, cosl. . -DeneZ. Pitls, failure to reduce speed, dismissed per civil settle­ ment. - Charies R. Poole, speeding 82 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - Dennis L. Privell Jr., speeding 52 in 35, reduced lo 40-35, $5, cosl. - Carols A. Redmond, no opera­ tors license, $50, cosl. - Randy J. Reich, speeding 68 in a 50, reduccd lo 59 in a 50, $10, cosl; failure to wear drivers seal belt, dismissed per plea. - Patricio R. RIojas, speeding 73 in a 55, reduccd to improper equip­ menl, $50, cost. - Michael L. Rorrer, speeding 73 in a 55, reduced lo 60 in a 55, $5, cost. - Morris J. Scotl II, improper passing, reduced to Improper equip­ menl, $25, cosl. - Madeleine C. Sheeran, no op­ erators license, dismissed per cor­ rection. - Donna C. Smilh, speeding 69 in a 55, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Margaret B. Steele, expired/no inspection sticker, dismissed per correclion. - Rodney P. Tenor, expired/no inspection sticker, dismissed per correclion. - Jennifer D. Vanhoy, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced lo 60 in o 55, $5, cost. - James E. Ward, expired/no in­ spection sticker, dismissed per cor­ rection. - Blaine D. Willard, exceeding safe speed, dismissed per civil settlement. - Lisa 0. Wishon, recklcss driv­ ing lo endanger, dismissed per civil settlement, - Lucy K. Zantoul, fallure'lo re­ duce speed, dismissed per civil settlement. Sports DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 ■ Bl , H u g e E x p e c t a t i o n s S u r r o u n d D a v i e F o o t l i a l i By Brian PI1I.S Davic Counly Enterprise Recortl Nearly 40 years later, Davic County foolbull people .slill buzz about Jack Ward '.s 1965 Icum. The best team in liis- lory went 10-0 in Ihc regular .season before losing in Ihe first round of Ihe Western North Curolina Activities As­ socialion playoffs. Forty years from now, will people say similar Ihings about tlie 2004 football team? The possibility exists. There are two ultimate coaching challenges. One is Inking u leam wilh no talent anil trying to compete. The olher is Inking a team loaded with proven talent and trying to fulfill cxpec- tutions. Doug llling faces the latter us ho en­ ters his seventh year as heud coacii. This leam returns from 2003 nearly intact. With 13 reluming starters, a half-dozen or so third-year sinners, two Division !■ names (Wnke Forest signce Ted Randolph and Cooter Arnold) nnd an­ other bag of Division l-AA prospects (D.J. Rice, Ryan Boehm, Zac O’Brien, Dustin Morgan), the War Eagles have thoughts of big, big achievements. A Central Piedmont Conferencc run that stops anywhere short of a trophy will be meaningless, nnd they have a chancc lo be in tiic state-championship mi,\. “Hopefully the maturity of ihis team is going lo step forward," llling said af­ ter a first week of practice lhal saw 51 JV players and 43 varsity. “They real­ ize we’ve gol a lot of talent nnd polen­ lial, and it’s our job lo show what it takes. That’s not always easy. If the chemistry’s nol right and tlie formula doesn’t add up, you cun have a disaster. That’s our challenge as coaches.” Last year the War Eagles did some­ thing incredible, answering n four-game losing streak with a three-game burst thal resulted in a co-title wilh West Forsyth. They extended Ihe hot slreak to five with playoff routs of Charlolte Harding and Greensboro Pnge. Mount Tnbor stopped the Dnvie train in Iiie 4- A quarterfinals, 27-12. Davic is ready to lake the nexl step. It has never won bnck-lo-bnek confer­ encc titles, nnd il hns never advanced past the quurternnals. The Rebels/War Eagles were in position to win back-to- back crowns in 1966, 1974,1985,2000 and 2002. Tho ‘66 bunch responded with a winning record (5-2-3), hut finished second. The ‘74, ‘85 and ‘00 teams all finished below .500. And the '02 leum finished in a tiiree-way lie for sccond at 7-7 ami 3-2. It salvaged the season by racing lo the qunrtcrfinals. “ H o p e fu lly th e m a tu rity o f th is te a m is g o in g to s te p fo rw a rd .’ ’ - Doug llling But the fact remains - Davie is 0 for 5 in consecutive-tille attempts. These War Eagles, however, should use last year’s amazing charge from nowhere to Iheir advantage. “Thai’s Ihe character-building that comes with athletics," llling said of Insl year’s turnaround. “Dealing wilh adver­ sity nnd learning how to overcome it makes you n better team and a belter per­ son.” llling acknowledged liic abundant of talent. “We’ve just got lo keep them humble, not too big-lieaded and team first,” he said. “But remain confident,” The Best Vcars Davie football has never been better. Five teams have posted nine or more wins, and four of them have come in Ihc Inst seven years. The lisl includes Ward’s ruthless 10-1 gang in 1965, Benjie Brown’s 11-3 record-setting crew in 1997 and three llling squads - 10-3 in 1999,9-2 in 2001 and 9-5 in 2003. llling reacted to the spotlight in typi­ cal fashion, calling it a team effort. “(North Davie’s) Ron Kirk, (South Davie’s) Todd Bumgarner and tlieir staffs have done n great job getting kids out, getting them molivaled and doing summer weight training,” he said. “And thé Youth Football League has done a great job, too. So football is developing nround the community.” Biggest Head 'Uirncrs While offensive coordinator Barry Whitlock called Friday’s practice Ihe best in two years, two varsity players shined brightest of all: Senior Jamar Bratcher and junior Raeshon McNeil, Bratcher is a fullback who was over­ shadowed by Arnold and Justin Brown last year. Arnold rushed for a record 1,921 yards and Brown added 1,058 as they became just the second 1,000 tan­ dem. Bratcher’s focus was blocking, but when he got the call he averaged 5.9 yards oh llte wny to 466 yards. Willi opponents’ atlention fixed on the heralded runners, Bratcher iieems bent on becoming a major force. “He has really been shifty, being able to cul and make people miss,” llling Mocksville Jr. Legion players, from left, Chris Rogers, Clint Howell, Brad Corriher, Zach Vogler, l^att Pennington and Justin Thompson. K u r f e e s C a n ’t B e D i s a p p o i n t e d By Brinn IMtts Davie Counly Enlerprise Rccord After ousting Rowan County and advancing in last week’s state tourna­ ment losers bracket riding un emotional high, the Mocksvillc Junior Legión baseball iciim wnnled more. Cape Fear-Stedinan wouldn’t coop­ erate, though, ending Mocksville’s .sea­ son wilh a 4-3 decision. The Mocksville players were nol just happy to be there. The way Mocksvillc’s rally fell short, it was tough to lake, “The kids were down,” Coach Charies Kurfees said after a 1-2 show­ ing in the nine-team, double-cliniinalion state toumnmcnt at liost Rowan Counly. “They were very disappointed, They wanted to keep playing. They didn’t know where to turn after tlie game witii no more baseball lo play." Wiiile tile players dragged theirstul'f 10 the parking lot and said goodbye lo the .season of 2004, Kurfees walked away with no complaints. Me focussed ■on the mnny positives, including a 27- 14 record and nflh-place finish. “They had nothing to hang their heads aboul,” he said. “Just like the state commissioner told Ihem: There’s a hun- drcd-and-some junior teams in the state, and you’re in Ihc top five, Thut’s some- tiling to be proud of. It was a great ex­ perience. It’s .something they’ll never forget because there were some great players in lhal thing.” Mocksvillc got on the bonrd first when Brad Corriher singled in Zach Vogler in the third. Vogler was hit by a pitch and stole second. Cape Fear- Slcdman answered in the fourtii, lioni- ering witli a man aboard. It pushed its lead lo 4-1 in the sixth, when a Iwo-run single put Mocksvillc on the cliff'sedge. Mocksville created drama in the sixth. Howard singled ami scored on a wild pitch, and Taylor Cox singled to cut Ihe deficit to 4-3. But Mocksville was unable lo keep il going, exiting in 1-2-3 fashion in the seventh. Failing to execute sacrifice bunts in the first two innings is whnt ultimately ended Mocksville’s run. Another deter­ mining factor wns Cape Fear-Stcdman’s complete-game pitcher. “We didn’t get two bunts down and Ihat would have made a difference,” Kurfees said. “That was critical. We bunted two straight up to the pitcher. “And they had a real good pitcher. Wc struck oul nine linies and six of them were looking al the third strike. You’ve got U) give tlicm credit. He outdueled us.” Cameron Clinard was the losing pitcher despite coming up with a gutsy effort in do-or-die circumstances. He ■ gave his team a chance to win, scatter­ ing seven hits. “We threw Clinard oul there,” Kurfees said. “He’d been our No. 4 or 5 pitchcr nil yenr, and he pitched his butt off. Wc put Cox behind the plale nnd he did a fantastic job. We jusl didn’t score enough runs. That’s the way il goes.” , Notes: Neither team made an error. "It was a great gnme to walch,” Kurfees said.... Cary, a 4-0 winner over Mocks­ ville in Ihc first round, won the state crown. Il won 30-plus games againsl three losses. ... In two yenrs of Junior Legion play, Mocksville’s rccord is an iniprc.ssive 56-22 (.718). Win Over Rowan Came At A Good Time By Brinn I'llls Davie Counly Enlerprisc Rccord For two years. Rowan County was a roadblock for the Mocksville Junior Legion baseball team. Lust year Rowan swept Mocksville in tlie Area 111 finals. Earlier this year in the Western North Cnrolinn seminnnis. Rowan rnllied for n 2-1 series victory, closing Mocksville oul in humiliating fasliion, 10-0. Mocksville fnccil the Rowan iinrrier again last week in tin; losers bracket of the state tournament, and this time it smashed through, never trailing in an 11- 8 win. It had losi five of eight meetings this year, extending a maddening his­ tory thal includes an O-iOplayolT-.series rccord againsl Rowan on llic senior Le­ gion level. More rewarding than iidvanc- ing in the ninc-lcam state toumamenl was the realization ihat Rowan's season was done at 24-10. Mocksville wns delirious with joy when shortstop Zach Howard back- liandcd a grounder with runners mov­ ing nnd hosed oul the final batter of the game. Al last, it was a differeiit Mocks- ville-vs.-Rowan story. “1 was very worrieil they were going lo come back and beat us,” first baseman Taylor Cox snid, “It felt phenomenally awe.some to beat Rowan because it’s sucIi n big rivnlry.” “We ali cnme togetlier and beat them in Ihe game lhal meant the most," DH Chris Rogers said. “Wc wanted to beat tlieni so bad and knock them out because they knocked us out of winning the Western. We tliouglit we should have won that in the first place," “If we would have lost this game, it would have been hard,” left fielder Josh Eder said. “We hate losing to Rowan." No one hates it worse than Coach Charles Kurfees, who has been apart of Mocksville Legion since 1982 and wit­ nessed tlie senior tenm’s perpleking 5- 36 record against Rowan since 1994. He could barely contain his grin. "We paid them back," he snid, "I Ihink a lot of people liad them favored to win it, and we beat them in the big­ gest (junior) game we’ve ever played them in - in tiie state tournament and on their field." The win was built uround Brad Corriher, who delivered two big hits and picked up the win in relief of unbeaten Brnndon Johnson. But it was everybody’s nighl, wilh Zach Vogler going 3 for 5 wilh three runs and Howard and Justin Thompson going 2 for 4 and combining with Corriher for six RBIs in Ihe 3-5 spots, Cox and Heath Boyd added hits, Please Sec Vogler - Page B4 said. “He’s not been Ihat type of runner in the past.Hc’s been one lo just pul his head down nnd go. Now he’s side cut­ ting and culling off blocks. So his expe­ rience from last year and offseason work have really helped him develop as a run­ ning back. He’s going to mnke holes, where in the past if there wasn’t a hole there, he wasn’t gaining anything. “He really wants lo show he’s a run­ ning back to contend with, and boy that’s a triple threat for us. Three guys that can tote it at any time,” Equally impressive was Ihe practice production of McNeil, n projected third- year stnrter at comerback. "He has really stepped up and been a vocal and positive leader," llling said. “Again I think thal comes from his off­ season preparation. He’s much stronger, a lol faster and a lol more confident in his abilities. I’m always hearing him en­ courage other people, and that's the leadership we’re looking for. “He feels he’s one of Ihe best play­ ers on Ihe field, and when wc put him at receiver he’s looked good catching the ball, loo. We may see him a lot on both sides of the ball." Davie’s firsl action is a scrimmage at highly-touted Mount Tabor on Aug. 14. Tlie season opener is Aug. 20 against visiting Northwest Guilford. A Natural Angell Making Taekwontdo Look Easy Uy Brinn Pitts Davie County Enterprise Record When Chase Angell started Taekwondo last November, ho had mod­ est expectations. If ho didn’t excel In-< tournaments, that would bo fine. Tf he got pushed nround, that would be fine, loo. Tnekwondo was an offseason supple­ ment to football. That’s the only reason Ihe rising sixth grader at North Davie Middle picked up the martial art sport. "He’s a running back, for Shady Grove," father Chris Angell explained. “We talked lo people and they said it . would help agility, lateral movement and everything he does with football. A . lot of football players in the NFL took Taekwondo, so we got into it just to go with football.” Chase Angell has gotten more than he bargained for. He’s not only picking up Ihings Ihat should benefit him in foot­ ball, he’s making Taekwondo waves that defy logic. An instant hit, he won first place in his 12-13 age division in the Black Belt World/USA Festival in April. That na­ tionwide tournament in Raleigh at­ tracted over 400 competitors. In May, Angell entered a regional tournament in Asheville, There were 200-plus participants and 24 in his di­ vision. Angell claimed first place again. Then came the 24th Annual Junior Olympics in Atlanta, Ga., June 30-July 6. The Georgia Dome featured 4,500 competitors between ages 9-17, includ­ ing 80 in Angell's 75-87 weight class. He blitzed yet another test, finishing third nnd taking home the bronze medal. His bid for the gold ended with a semi­ final loss to a kid from Texas, Whewl The achievement was almost too much for the father to comprehend, “He’s only been taking it since No­ vember, but he’s picked it up like he’s been doing il for a long lime,” Chris said, “One kid thal takes it in Greens­ boro is 13 and has been taking it since he was 4. He’s been to the Junior Olym­ pics six times und hasn’t placcd yet. So for Chase to go and place the first year ... everybody was kind of surprised.” Jaekwondo became a medal sport in 2000. It is characterized by fast, high and spinning kicks. Wearing safely equipment, they get one poinl for con­ tact to the chest and side areas and one point for contacl to the head. Chase’s trainer is Master Barry 'Partridge, a three-time U.S. nationni champion. “It’s not like you see in the movies wilh Steven Seagal,” Chris said. “That’s whal a lol of kids think. They look at il Please See In His • Page B3 H2 - DAVIE COUN l Y ENTERPRISE RECORD, Tliursdiiy, Aug. 5, 2004 New Union catcher Mike Finley tags Center/Salem's Shane Allen in the finals of the church league tournament. Shane Allen of Center/Salem watches his homer. Familiar Champion N e w U n io n B e a ts C e n te r/S a le m T w ic e T o W in C ilu rc h T o u rn a m e n t The Mocksville-Oavie Rccrc- ation Dcparinicnt's clnircli soft­ ball Iciiguc version of Ihe New York Yankees (New Unioti)coiii- plelcil nnother golden season lust week al Rich Park. After winning Ihc 12-lenin regular season with a 10-1 record, it eompleled a sweep by eiipliiring Ihe tourney. The twin lilies and l.‘i-2 final record only added lo a collcction of hardware lhal started in llie mid-1980s. "We've gol a closet down­ stairs ut the churcli full of tro­ phies and another cabinet that's full," suid New Union coach Sleven Dyson, M\, who liiis l>ccii playing with NU since he was 17. “I bcl there's M) or 40 trophies there altogether." Center/Salem handed New Union ils only regular-season loss and finished lied for sccond with Liberty Wesleyan, ut ‘J-2, In Ihe tournament, Centcr/Satcm l)cat New Union again in the win­ ners bracket championship. On clmmpionship night. New Uni(rt) had lo win three straight games to win Ihc tournament, and il did, bcHtiiig Liberty Wes- ‘ leyan in Ihe losers bracket final ¡111(1 hemlng Center/Salem twice in the nniils. The top of New Union's lineup included Clark Gobble, Justin Dyson, Steven Dyson nnd Terry Allen. In the iournament, Steven Dyson and Brian Muqihy alternated between left field and DM, Jeffa-y Spry played left-cen­ ter, Justin Dyson right-cenlcr, Billy Keaton right,.Alien third, Ron Lee shortstop. Gobble sec­ ond, Terry Dyson first. Trey Stewart pilcher and Mike Finley catcher. Randy Groce filled in at first. Center/Salcni finished 12-4. Its lineup included Ruslin I larpe In lefl field, Benny Howard Icl't- ccnler, Keith Koontz right-cen­ ter. Darrin Correll right, Joel Freeman third, Brian Campbell short, Shane Allen second, Ca­ sey James firsl, Mike Koontz pitcher and Ray Tullerow catcher. Ross Smith and Jason Garwood also played oiufield. Terry Allen of New Union puts everything into his swing. I Casey James takes a heallhy cut for Center/Salem. ■ Photos by James Barringer Mike Koontz hurries from the mound to cover first as Clark Gobble races to the bag. t o o Landscaping & Lawncare Cali Allen Ovson 336-909 0076 Mocksvtiia Residential/Commetclal Landscape Design Installallon, Mowing Monthly Malntenani» Licensed Pesticide Applicator Wetmore Farms W O O D L E A F Canning Tomatoes Homegrown Tomatoes Watermelons Squash, Cucumbers, Homegrown Cantaloupes Green Beans, Corn Local Peaches & Blueberries Open Monday-Saturday 8 : 0 0 a m - 6 : 0 0 p m C lo s e d o n S u n d a y s From Mocksville lake BOt Soulh lo 801 Intersection, turn right a l light. 4 miles to caution light In Wootlleal. Follow signs to farm. 704-278-2028 Shane Allen hurdles second after recording an out. The New Union runner is Ron Lee L o w e ry , W o o ld r id g e E x p e c t T o M a k e Im p a c ts D u r in g S o p h o m o r e S e a s o n s When praclicc began Aug. 4, Patrick Lowery of N.C. State's football team was trying to pick up where he left off in the spring. In the spring game, the middle linebacker from Mocksvillc showed his mettle, making a team-high seven tackles nnd win­ ning the Most Dependable Award among linebackers. Actually, Lowery’s momentum began in State's last game, the Tangerine Bowl, when Ihe freshman played a sdason-high 21 snaps in a win over Kansas. He cnme up with five inckles and one pass breakup. “That gave me tlie confidence I needed going into spring,” Lowery said. Last yenr was a succciisful freshmnn campaign for Ihe former two-time all-stale per­ former. He appeared in all 13 games nnd made 24 tnckles. The reserve wns on Ihc field for 20 plnys against North Carolina and made five tnckles, including two for losses, against Georgia Tech. Like lasl year, he enters his sophomore year as the backup to junior Oliver Hoyle, who was fourth in tackles last year. "It’s tough when the guy’s been a starter," he said. “You've gol lo play that much better to get morc time. (Hoyle's) first- string for a reason." Lowery has mi^cd feelings: On one hand, with 142 snaps under his belt, he doesn’l seem concemed wilh playing lime. On the other hand, he's forced lo take a wait-and-see approach because he's playing for a new lineback­ ers coach and defensive coordi­ nator in Reggie Herring. Manny Diaz believed in Lowery, bill he has moved to safeties. , “I think I'll derinltely play ^ ^ more than I did last year. Just a ' year of experience makes n lot of difference,” Lowery said. “But I really don’t know. It's (Herring’s) first year and it’s kind of like starting all over again be­ cause I don't know what to ex­ pect. Special teams is where I think my playing lime's going lo pick up this year.” Lowery went lo Davie High’s practice on Friday and talked to Cooler Arnold, the senior quur- terback/lailback who hns re­ ceived several scholarship offers from Division I schools. But Ar­ nold hasn't gotten the big call from his dream school, N.C. State. Lowery gave him advice on how to handle the waiting game. Lowery was in a similar boat in 2001-02, getting offered by DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Аиц. 5, 2004 - B3 Lowery Wooldridge Stale in January, a month or so before the NCAA signing period. “N.C. Slate doesn't offer real early like some schools," Low­ ery said. “Some schools throw like 8(\ offers and then turn people away. It's the other way around with us. I told Cooler: You've just got to be patient. You can't gel down because you never know. You might get five offers in one day. I know how it is.” Notes: The 6-2, 240-pound Lowery benches 445-4,‘iO pounds and squats 450. ... Slate’s new defensive coordinator/lineback­ ers coach was n three-year starter for Florida State (1978-80) and has coached at Oklahoma Stale, Auburn, Texas Christian and Clemson. He was the lineback­ ers coach for Ihc NFL's Houston Texans in 2002-03. UNC’s Wooldridge Dnvic's other ACC footbnll plnyer, David Wooldridge, is en­ tertaining big thoughts for his sophomore season. As a freshman, he overtook Carolina's senior punter nround midseason and never relin­ quished Ihe job, averaging 45.1 yards on 27 punts. His long was 61 yards and nine of his punts pinned offenses inside Ihclr 20- yard tine. With that, he brings plenty of confidence into 2004. It appears No. 1 punter is Wooldridge’s job lo lose. “I’m In a liltle competition with (freshman) John Choate, but I think I have it right now," he said. “I feel I did real good Inst year, so I guess I've got it right now. I've got to keep practicing and all lhal stuff. It doe.sn'l corne free. You've got to earn it." The slar from .Advance is also going to challenge for Ihc kick- off job. His obstacle is a hotshot freshman from Wilmington Hog- gard, Connor Barth. “I think I’m going to try lo do kickoffs,” he .said. “I did kickoffs at North Davie (recently), and I was kicking them (well) oul of Ihe end zone. Barth Is supposed to be an All-American: all the players say he's prelly good. I'm going lo give it a shot. If I don'l get it, let the best man do il." Chase Angell competes at the Georgia Dome in the Taekwondo Jr. Olympics. In First Year, Angell Wins Bronze In Jr. Olympics Continued Kroni Puge Ul Georgia Dome. The nexl step is the black belt. as .something you see on TV, “He's on pace lo attain his which il’s totally nol." black bell by this lime next year Chase earned a yellow belt in or November of 2003," Chris April and a green bell at the said. Chase Angell wears his medal and shows his plaque. - Photo by Robin Fergusson Chase Angell with parents Chris and Melinda Angell. P i n e b r o o k G o l f T o u r n e y A u g . 2 1 The Pinebrook Trojans Booster Club will hoUl agolf loumament on Aug. 21 al Pudding Ridge, Il begins wilh a lunch al I p.m., fol­ lowed by a shotgun stari al 2, Regislralion is $50 per player or $200 per leam. Contact Jeff Pnrdue at 998-8246 for further information. Preregister For Cornatzer Football Preregistrnlion lo play football for the Cornatzer Cougars will be held Aug. 7 from 10 a.m-noon at Ihe Fork ballfield. This includes grades third through sixth, For questions call Dan Archer at 751- 9149, Fall Ball Registration Aug. 14 Davie County Little League will hold registration for ils Fall Ball League on Aug, 14, Registration will be held at the Davie Youlh Complex from 10 a,m,-2 p,m. The cosl is $30 per child forT-balt and $40 for .softball and ba.seball. All giris and boys ages 5-16 are invited to sign up, U6-U12 Coed Soccer Registration Accepted The Mocksville-Davie Recreation Department is accepting reg- istration'for its U6-U12 cocd soccer program. The divisions are U6, U8, UIO and UI2, The fee is $35, The deadline is Aug, 20, Gnmes will be played al Pinebrook on Satur­ days and Sundays. Pluy will begin in niid-Septcmber and continue through the first of November, There will be a soccer clinic Aug, 21 at Pinebrook by Davie High's staff and players, with U6 and U8 10-11 a,m, and UIO and UI2 11:15 u,m,-12:15 p.m. Players need to be nt the field 15 minutes before their sciicduled time. For more informnlion, cull Joe Boyette nt the rcc ul 751-2325. R em em ber W hen? Louise Stroud does. R ea d h e r in iis itig s on M o c k s v ille ’s h is to ry the fir s t w eek o f each m o n th . 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II struck quickly iigniiisl previ- ously-uiibcaten Todd Poole (4- I), und after Rowan lied il al l-l in the bottom of the first, Mocks­ ville exploded for five second- inning runs for a lead il never re­ linquished. Corrihcr’s two-run single chased Poole, who faced five batters in the second wiihoul re­ cording an out. Poole was a shadow of Ihe pilchcr who baffled Mocksville in Rowan’s 10-0 series-clinching win in the Western semifinals. “Poole whipped us (earlier), but he had conlrol problems (four walks, no strikeouts) and we look udvuntage,” Kurfees snid. Johnson came in 7-0, bul he lefl his previous start early wilh a sore elbow and he wasti't him­ self in Ihls one. In the fourlh, he gave up a single before beaning Ihrce consecutive batters as Rowan pulled within 7-5 by greeting reliever Corriher wilh a two-nm double. Never mind Ihal Corriher al­ lowed five hits and three runs. He grilled his way Ihrough 3 2/3 in­ nings, retiring the side in order in Ihe fifth and sixlh and over- coining four straight hits in the seventh, when Rowan lumed an 11-5 deficit lo 11-8. Before applying Ihe finishing touches in Ihe bottom of the sev­ enth, il was Corriher’s triple thal helped Mocksville increase a 9- 5 lead lo 11 -5. In the sixth, Cox came up wilh a two-out, iwo-run double off the wall In his first and only at-bat. That made it 9-5. Corriher and Cox’s hits came in handy becausc Rowan refused lo go quietly. “Corriher was probably Ihe player of the game,” Kurfees said. "He got two big hits and gol Ihe win, Vogler played greal de­ fense in center field again (to go wilh three hits)." No(cs: The win improved Mocksville lo 27-13 and set up a date with Cape Fear-Stedman.... Mocksville cseaped a bases- loaded, no-oul jam when Howiutl snagged a liner and fiipped lo second baseman Boyd for a double play. The next batter popped up. ... Mocksville inadc no errors lo Rowan's five.Chad Jarvis (left) stands beside Andrew Jones (middle) and Charles Kurfees. Among lop-of-the-order hitters were, from left, Zach Vogler, Brad Corriher, Zach Howard and Justin Thompson. Chad Jarvis pitched strong in a first-round loss. Я Ф- **// 0 Mocksville Jr. Legion, from left: front - Clint Howell, Cameron Clinard, Dillon Maurer, Timmy Allen, Josh Eder, Heath Boyd, Austin Walker, Ryan Heliard; back - Charles Kurfees, Brad Corriher, Zach Vogler, Taylor Cox, Chris Rogers, Chad Jarvis, Zach Howard, Brandon Stewart, Brandon Johnson, Matt Pennington and Andrew Jones. Cary’s Ace Paralyzes Mocksville Cameron Clinard pitched well in a closing 4-3 loss. Cary smolhercd the Mocks­ ville Junior Legion baseball leam 4-0 in Ihe firsl round of Ihe stale loumanient last week al host Rowan Cotmly, and Cary's starl­ ing pitcher did it virtually by him.self. The leflhander struck oul eight in 3 1/3 innings, pitching the first three Innings and relum­ ing lo record Ihe last oul of Ihe game wllh Ihe bases loaded. It was jvist the third time all year thal Mocksville (26-13) absorbed a shuloul, il dropped Ihe locals inlo the lo.sers bracket of the nine-team, double-elimination lournament and II happened again.st the eventual stale cham­ pions. Cary fini.shed with 30-plus wins and three losses. "They were pretty solid all Ihe way around," Coach Charles Kurfees said. “You could lell they’ve played a lol of baseball. Looking al Iheir rosier, ihey’re a lot older than we are and they have more experience on a higher level." Early on il was obvious Mocksville was In for a long day. Cary’s slarlcr faced 10 bailers (one over Ihc minimum) in Ihe first three and struck om seven of Ihem. Mocksville's lone base runner was Brad Corriher’.? in­ field hil, and Cary scored three runs in the second for a 4-0 lead Ihal remained frozen on the scorchoard the rest of the way. “We didn’t hll al all," Kurfees said. The hits were actually even (5-5), but Cary’s hits were ring­ ers. It could have been ugly If II had nol been for Mocksville pitcher Chad Jarvis, who re­ sponded from a rocky start wilh four shutout Innings, finishing with a nve-hlitcr. From the third on, Ihe lefty displayed the form that enabled him to win six games. Bul II didn’l matter because Mocksville's offense was an ex- ercisc In futility against three pilchers. Justin Thompson and Chris Rogers went 2 for 3 and Corriher went 1 for 4. Everybody else was hitless. “We had five hits and they had five hits. The difference was they hit a home run and three gappers, and we hil singles," Kurfees said. “Il was a lough-luck loss for Jarvis. Me pilched a hcckuva game. He pitched well enough lo win. 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The hitting was led by Whit­ ney Williams and Jennifer Cope with two hits each, Davie got one hit from Megan Pitts, Alexander, Lea Tarleton and Katie McDougall. Alexander and MeganWilliams struck out 10 of 18 outs. In game two, Davie suffered a controversial 4-3 loss lo home­ town favorite Canton. Oetting hits from Megan Williams, Cope and Alexander, Davie built a 3-1 lead In the fourth, when the game wns stopped due to darkness and moved to another site. Over two hours later, Davlc gave up two runs in the fifth to tie the game and lost in Ihe sixth. “Any change like lhat takes owoy from your momentum," Coach Anglo Williams said. “It was a real bummer lo have lo wait over two hours lo get our game restarted. We jusl didn’l look the same on the other field. There were so many things we had to deal wilh (site move, cur­ few, rule protest) lhat I Ihink il just beat us down. Wo didn’t have time or energy to recover and get back Into the game." The next day, Davie beat For­ est City 5-4 In the losers bracket. It took the early lead on an RBI by Alexander, Third baseman Jenny Mann and shortstop Whit­ ney Williams made nicc plays, and McDougall threw one out nt second on a steal. The game seesawed in the third. Forest City moved ahead 4-3, bul in the fifth Alexander got a hit and Kalelyn Jones and Cope drew walks to load the bases. Then Tarleton smashed a right- center gapper lo score two and ultimately decide the game. Both teams made a pitching changc in the fourth, and il proved to work for Davie. For­ est City put the ball in play sev­ eral times, bul defensive plays by Mann, Whitney Williams (now at catcher), Rachel Coin and Megan Williams (now at short­ stop) pul a stop to PC’s offensive fight. “It was nice lo see our spirit return and our focus stay with us throughout the game," Coach Williams said. “I saw a lot of good things all over the field," In a championship-game rc- Men’s Open Fall Basketball League Signups Have Begun Signups for a men's open fall basketball league have begun. If you're inleresled in pulling a team in Ihc league, call Brian Pitts at 751-4677 or 909-0474. Registration, Physicals Aug. 14 For All Youth Football Teams Registration and physicals for all teams in the Davie County Youth Football Association will be held August 14 from 8 a.m.- 12;00 p.m. at the Brock Gym In Mocksville. The league is for third through sixth graders and you must reside in Davie County. This will be the only time that physicals will be offered by the league. 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And she was more lhan a faceless leam member, scoring in the 2004 Southern Conference meet and earning a ring and letter jacket as the Mountaineers extended Ihelr amazing run of championships. The 2002 Davlc graduate wasn’t on App’s team in the spring of 2(K)i The knee injury was still In the recovering stages. "I couldn’t even run," slie said. Back lo full strength, Robert­ son tried oul for the team last December and passed the lest. “I didn't think I'd get a chance lo pole vault again,” she said. “But I made the standard. It’s a lot of work and practice. We have pole vaulting practice twice a week, weight training ihree limes a week and running twice a week," In the conference meet, Rob­ ertson jumped u personal-best 10-2, good for seventh place. She relished the honor of jumping on a runaway train thal has won ev­ ery indoor and outdoor title since 2002. "For me lo get a ring, I had to scorc in Ihe (conference) meet,” she said. “1 didn’t jump 10 until I really had to. In high school, you jump, do your best and that's alright. In college, you hove to jump (a certain height) and have to get Ihe points they need. “The best part is I gel a ring and a letter jacket.” Davie 10-Under Team Takes Second match with Canton, Davie losl 4- 0. Canton scorcd single runs In ' the first three innings. Oncc again, in the top of ihe fifth, the game was slopped because Ihe field hnd no lighis and moved’to another sitej Davie hil a series of shorp Infield shots, but they were, seemingly always right at some­ one for an oul. ' “ Wc just could not get things strung togethor to push runs across,” Coach Williams said. “You can't fuss when Ihe girls are putting the bat on the ball with solid shots. (Canton's defense was) right Ihere to make the play. Forest City finished third. West Fayetleviile fourlh, South Caldwell fifth und Jackson County sixth. “We were very pleased with the effort," Williams and assis­ tant Paul Spillman said. "It was hard to battle tho hometown ob­ stacles, but lots of people kept asking where we were from and where is Dovie County. So now they know. The level of compe­ tition was good and I think our girls sold a lot for our program. We wish to thank all of our par­ ents, players, friends and Davio Litlle League for their support during our Irip. This is truly a wonderful group of girls and par­ ents, and they are a joy to coach." W W W . e n t e r p r is e - r e c o r d . c o m GENE’S AUTO PARTS We IVIake Hydraulic Hoses & Mix Auto Paint 766-9148 3612 Clemmons Road Clemmons Davie Counly Litlle League’s leam of lO-under met three vi­ able opponents in extended leaguo play recently. The Davie Royals arc a .sclccl group of sea­ soned players drawn from sev­ eral teams that played bolh for Davie American imd Davie Na­ tional Leagues this spring. Their talents paid off In the tournament hosted by Kemers- ville. Davie opened with wins over two Southwest teams, Ihe Giants and the Bombers. That set up Ihe championship game be­ tween Davlc and the King Hawks, who won lo leave Davlc in sccond placc. The Royals will continue ac­ tion in August tournaments. The team members are Hayden Wrighi, Logan Wrenn, Andrew Lee, Stone Stroud, Cody Bell, Landon Adams, Will Beeson, Nick Irwin, Alex Mitchell, Ben Beeson and Clay Cave. The head coach is John Wrenn, and Zach Wright and Joe Irwin are assis­ tant coaches. O l d S c h o o l D a v i e S p o r t s F r o m A u g u s t , 1 9 9 4 • Randall Ward added two new coaches to his Davie football staff, Pat Mitchell and Scott Young. The other assistants were David Hunt, Jerry Walser, Tim Shuford, Devore Holman, David Gilbreath, Jeff Ward and Brian Cantrell. The tennis coach was Mary Ann Rankin, the vol­ leyball coaches were Sherrie Myers (varsity) and Laddin Lakey (JV), and the soccer coaches were Pete Gustafson (varsity) and Joe Ramsbotham (JV). Reynolds named a new varsity baseball coach, Doug Illing, • The Mocksville-Davie Parks and Recreation De­ partment won the state cor­ porate men’s softball tourna­ ment in Winston-Salem by going 9-1. It lost its second game, then won eight straight, including seven on the same day. Joe Boyette was the tour­ nament MVP, and Mike “Topcat” Seaford, Brian Pitts, Bryan Johnson, J.C. Hendrix and Russ Spry made all-tournament. The rest of the team: Marcus Wilson, Charlie Crenshaw, Keith Naylor, Sherman “G rip” Arnold, Rustin Harpe, Jeff Barneycastle, Randy Athey and Jerry Riddle. Kennctli Hutcliens Sales Manager Bill Miller Sales Bobby Melton Sales ^‘T he D a n B e c k F a m i l ÿ LeighAnne Johnson Service Manager Roger Oliver Parts Manager Dan Beck Ford has been serving your sales and service needs for 39 years. The'OS's are in now.We offer special prices on rennaining'04's. Our service department is second to none with the lowest labor rates in the area. Dan Beck Ford has M 2 master technicians to service your car properly the first timel Genuine Parts &Service D A N B E C K F O R D "Celebrating 39 Years in Business" Hwy, 601 N. to Yadkinville Left at 3rd Light Past Old Hwy. 421 (Main St) Yadkinville (338)679-0841 Winston-Salem (338)722-9850 В6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug, 5,2004 D a v i e C o u n t y S c h o o l B u s R o u t e s , P i c k u p T i m e s COOLEEMEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUS STOP ADDRESS STOP TIM E 118 377 BECKTOWN RD 7:04 118 190 HOUSTON RD 7:08 118 484 BECKTOWN RD 7:09 118 592 BECKTOWN RD 7:10 118 775 CHERRY HILL RD 7:12 118 SINGLETON RD & PAW PAW LN 7:16 118 1483 POINT RD 7:30 118 994 POINT RD 7:33 118 4040 US HWY 601 S 7:40 118 4124 US HWY 601 S 7:44 118 3835 US HWY 601 S 7:46 118 373 BOXWOOD CHURCH RD 7:47 118 BOXWOOD CHURCH &CAMEL0T WAY 7:48 118 292 BOXWOOD CHURCH RD 7:48 118 191 BOXWOOD CHURCH RD 7:49 118 481 RIVERDALERD 7:54 118 333 RIVERDALE RD 7:57 118 152 RIVERDALERD 7:58 118 2953 US HWY 601 S 8:01 140 676 FAIRFIELD RD 7:39 140 548 FAIRFIELD RD 7:40 140 134 FAIRFIELD RD 7:43 140 601 S&HaY CROSS CHRD 7:44 140 601 S & EXCALIBUR LN 7:44 140 601 S & HINKLE DR 7:45 140 1691 US HWY 601 S 7:46 140 VEACHLN&601S 7:51 140 2347 US HWY 601 S 7:52 140 2290 US HWY 601 S 7:52 140 7255 NC HWY 801 S 7:S4 140 7331 NC HWY 801 S 7:54 140 7405 NC HWY 801 S 7:55 • 140 7453 NC HWY 801 S 7:S6 140 801 S & GUINEVERE LN 7:57 140 334 SWICEGOOD ST 8:00 140 7610 NC HWY 801 S 8:03 144 1788 JUNCTION RD 7:11 144 JUNCTION RD & DOCKS WAY 7:15 144 JUNCTION RD S PEEWEES WAY 7:17 144 293 JUNCTION RD 7:19 144 MR HENRY & BYERLYS CHAPEL RD 7:26 144 MR HENRY RD&RATUDGERD -7:29 144 838 MR HENRY RD 7:29 144 JUNCnONRDi WILLOW LN 7:34 144 JUNCTION RD 4 TARA CT 7:36 144 1293 JUNCTION RD 7:39 144 1313 JUNCTION RD . 7:40 144 1352 JUNCTION RD 7:41 144 JUNCTION RD 4 TRESTLE LN 7:41 144 NOLtEY RD & CRAWFORD RD 7:45 144 169 LEGION HUT RD 7:50 144 GLADSTONE RD 5 GLENVIEW LN 7:50 144 DANIEL RD & SPAUGH LN 7:53 144 1150 DANIEL RD 7:53 144 994 DANIEL RD 7:54 144 DANIEL RD & CABLE LN 7:57 144 1927 JUNCTION RD 8:02 163 PINE RIDGE & DAVIS RD 7:41 163 S09 PINE RIDGE RD 7:41 163 326 PINE RIDGE RD 7:43 , 163 485 PLEASANT ACRE DR 7:46 ^ 1 6 3 HOBSON & PEARSON DR 7:50 163 249 HOBSON DR , 7:51163 6908 NC HWY 801 S 7:59 163 165 EDGEWOOD cm 8:01 163 136 MARGINAL ST 8:04 117 1 ST LD GLADSTONE & FLAT ROCK RD 7:37 117 1 ST LO GLADSTONE & CLARK RO 7:37 117 1ST LD 875 GLADSTONE RD 7:38 117 1 ST LD 542 GLADSTONE RD 7:41 117 1 ST LD LOIS LN & PUYER LN 7:44 117 1 ST LD GLADSTONE RD & FLETCHER ST 7:45 117 1 ST LO 266 6UDST0NE RD 7:46 117 1 ST LD LIBERTY & GLADSTONE RD 7:48 117 1 ST LO 312 MICHAELS RD 7:52 117 1 ST LO 420 MICHAELS RD 7:53 117 1 ST LD MICHAELS RD & STACEE TR 7:53 117 1 ST LD 801 S & MICHAELS RD. 7:54 117 1 ST LD JERUSALEM AV & LINK RD 7:56 117 1 ST LD JERUSALEM AV & WALL ST 7:58 117 1 ST LD HICKORY ST & NEELY RD 8:03 117 1 ST LD WALL ST & NEELY RD 8:03 117 2ND LD WATT ST & CROSS ST 7:45 117 2ND LO 175 CENTER ST 7:50 117 2ND LD 262 DUKE ST 7:52 117 2ND LD DUKE s f ACROSS ST 7:54 117 2ND LD ERWIN ST i CROSS ST 7:56 117 2ND LD CROSS ST & DAVIE ST 7:56 117 2ND LD 240 DAVIE ST 7:58 117 2ND LD 197 MAIN ST 7:59 117 2ND LD 2096 JUNCTION RD 8:01 117 2ND LD 145 WESTVIEW AV 8:02 117 2ND LD MARGINAL ST & DAVIE ST 8:03' CORNATJIER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM’ AM AM AM AM AM AM AM BUS STOP ADDRESS STOP TIM E125FORK BIXBY RD & SANDY LN 7:07 AM125278 FORK BIXBY RD 7:08 AM125FORK BIXBY RD & CRICKET LN 7:08 AM1254142 NC HWY 801 S 7:11 AM1253467 NC HWY 801 S 7:13 AM1253305 NC HWY 801 S 7:14 AM125W BOLIN LN & LIVENGOOD RD 7:22 AM125LIVENGOOD RD & WORKHORSE LN 7:23 AM125896 FORK BIXBY RD 7:25 AM125106 SONORA DR 7:38 AM125CORNATZER & HOWARDTOWN RD 7:45 AM125892 HOWARDTOWN RD 7:45 AM125HOWARDTOWN RD & KLICKITAT TR 7:46 AM125WILLMATT LN & HOWARDTOWN RD 7:47 AM125294 HOWARDTOWN RD 7:49 AM125CORNATZER RD & STATION LN 7:55 AM125228 RALPH RD 7:59 AM147116 EVERHART RD 7:08 AM147240 MULLINS RD 7:10 AM1475930 NC HWY 801 S 7:21 AM1475662 NC HWY 801 S 7:22 AM1475568 NC HWY 801 S 7:23 AM1471091 JOE RO 7:24 AM147647 CEDAR GROVE CHURCH RD 7:26 AM147?45 MASON DR 7:28 AM147286 MASON DR 7:29 AM147531 CEDAR GROVE CHURCH RD 7:32 AM147CEDAR GROVE CH RD S PROVIDENCE TR 7:33 AM147CEDAR GROVE CH RD 4 BRANCHVIEW LN 7:34 AM147RIVERVIEW RD 4 HILL TOP DR 7:40 AM147235 RIVERVIEW RD 7:41 AM147SEAFORD RD 4 LYDIA LN 7:45 AM1473357 US HWY 64 E ;;:53 AM147235 MERRELLS LAKE RO 7:57, AM ' 147 472 NO CREEK RD 147 NO CREEK RD & HICKORY TREE RD 147 CORNATZER RD & ROSE ARBOR LN 154 MOUNTVIEW DR & HOLLOW HILL CT 1S4 MOUNTVIEW DR & WINDWARD CIR 154 MOUNTVIEW DR & WINDSONG RD 154 237 WINDWARD CIR 154 MOUNTVIEW DR & WINDWARD CIR 154 JOHN CROTTS RO & DECK CIR 154 284 GARWOOD RD 154 183 GARWOOD RD 154 RUPARD TR & US HWY 64 E 154 2000 US HWY 64 E 166 835 DULIN RD 166 124 MANCHESTER LN 166 23SHEPLErtRD 166 202 ELISHA CREEK DR 166 991 MILLING RD 166 765 MILLING RD 166 MARCONI ST & FULTON ST 166 WHITNEY RD 8. MORSE ST 166 485 WHITNEY RD 165 170 ROLLING HILLS LN 166 META BREEZES ROLLING HILLS LN 166 CREEKSIDE DR & META BREEZE LN 166 MILLING RD & VINEYARD LN 166 2185 MILLING RD 166 2547 MILLING RD 166 1136 CORNATZER RD 166 897 CORNATZER RD 169 640 DEADMON RD 169 441 FRANK SHORT RD 169 NC HWY 801 S & GLOUCESTER LN 169 6425 NC HWY 801 S 169 6554 NC HWY 801 S 169 6486 NC HWY 801 S 169 331 WILL BOONE RD 169 365 WILL BOONE RD 169 WILL BOONE RD & DRAUGHN LN 169 772 WILL BOONE RD 169 DEADMON RO & REDWOOD DR 169 150 DEADMON RD 169 504 DEADMON RO 169 TURRENTINE CH RD & REO OAK TR 169 771 TURRENTINE CHURCH RD 169 673 TURRENTINE CHURCH RD . 169 DALTON RD & COCKERHAM LN 169 365 DALTON RD 169 193 DALTON RD M OCKSVILLE ELEM_E_NTARY SCHOOL 7:50 AM 7:59 AM. 8:04 AM 7:38 AM 7:40 AM 7:43 AM 7:45 AM 7:46 AM 7:50 AM 7:56 am' 7:58 AM 8:00 AM 8:02 AM 7:13 AM 7:19 AM 7:27 AM 7:36 AM 7:37 AM 7:38 AM 7:40 AM 7:41 AM 7:44 AM 7:46 AM 7:47 AM 7:49 AM 7:56 AM 7:57 AM 8:00 , AM 8:02 AM 8:03 AM 7:18 AM 7:28 AM 7:38 AM 7:40 AM 7:40 AM 7:40 AM 7:42 AM 7:43 AM 7:44 AM 7:45 AM 7:48 AM 7:49 AM 7:51'AM 7:53- AM 7:56 AM 7:58 AM 7:59 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM BUS STOP ADDRESS 121 168 CLOISTER DR 121 CHARLESTON RIDGE & CLOISTER DR 121 138POURISDR 121 CRESTVIEW DR & FAIRMONT DR 121 156 DEER RUN DR 121 241 DEER RUN DR 121 336 DEER RUN DR 121 645 E LEXINGTON RD 121 379 PINE ST 157 1072 US HWY 64 W 157 134 POWELL RD .157 208 POWELL RD , 157 306 POWELL RD 157 1S53 GODBEY RD 157 2223 US HWY 64 W 157 US HWY 64 W & SAND CUY LN 157 2105 US HWY 64 W 157 US HWY 64 W & DALLAS LN 157 US HWY 64 W & GREENHILL RD 157 US HWY 64 W & SHULER RD ■ 157 MADISON RD & VALE RD 157 227 MADISON RD 157 467 MADISON RD 157 ALLENRD&HIDDEN VALLEY LN 157 NEBBS TR & ALLEN RD 157 284 COUNTRY LN 157 ELMWOOD ST & ASH DR 157 SUMMIT DR & ELMWOOD ST 157 CAMPBELL RD & SUMMIT DR 157 CAMPBELL RD & ETCHISON ST 157 CAMPBELL RD & HOLMAN ST 158 571 S MAIN ST 158 763 S MAIN ST 158 LAKEWOOD DR & LAKEWOOD CIR 158 190 LAKEWOOD DR .158 LAKEWOOD VILLAGE RD & LAKEWOOD AV7:13 158 1200 SALISBURY RD 158 960 SALISBURY RO 158 205 EATON RD 158 730 S SALISBURY ST 158 852 HARDISON ST 1S8 206FEEZORRD 158 782 GREENHILL RD 158 MCALLISTER RD & DOTS LN 158 230 MCALLISTER RD 158 COUNTY HOME RD & FRIENDSHIP CT 158 1419 COUNTY HOME RD 158 1279 COUNTY HOME RD 158 WESTSIDE DR & COUNTY HOME RD 158 278 MAGNOLIA AV 158 S DAVIE DR & SCHOOL BUS DR 165 446 RIDGE RD 165 371 FOSTER RD 165 1095 RIDGE RD 165 266 SMITH RD 165 1329 RIDGE RD- 165 RIDGE RD & MATTIE LN 165 4421 US HWY 64 W 165 OAKLAND AV & OAK TREE DR 165 339 OAKLAND AV 165 OAKUND AV & OAKRIDGE LN 165 DAVIE ACADEMY RD & OAK LEAF CT 165 DAVIE ACADEMY RD & AUTUMN CT 165 2131 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 165 DAVIE ACADEMY RD & LANDMARK DR 7:18 165 STAGE COACH RD & DORSE RD 165 STAGE COACH RD & CANE MILL DR 165 SHADY KNOLL LN & BERRY LN 165. 1568 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 165 DAVIE ACADEMY RD & GRADY LN 165 225 JONES RO 165 615 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 165 374 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 165 1813 JERICHO CHURCH RD 165 608 BUCK SEAFORD RD 165 JERICHO CHURCH RD & BROWN OR 165 427 SANFORD AV 105 1 ST LD 126 SUNSET DR 105 1 ST LD 204 LONG MEADOW RD 105 1 ST LD 350 FARMLAND RD STOP 7:35 7:37 7:43 7:45 7:50 7:51 7:53 7;S8 8:00 7:10 7:14 7:15 7:15 7:21 '7:30 7:31 7:31 7:32 7:33 7:33 7:35 7:35 7:37 7:45 7:46 7:51 7:54 7:57 7:58 8;01 8:02 7:01 7:02 7:08 7:09 7:14 7:16 7:23 7:26 7:29 7:34 7:38 7:42 7:43 7:47 7:48 7:49 7:49 7:54 7:57 6:49 6:54 6:57 7:01 7:04 7:06 7:10 7:12 7:13 7:14 7:15 7:15 7:17 7:19 7:23 7:29 7:32 7:33 7:36 7:41 7:42 7:44 7:48 7:52 7:58 7:25 7:30 7:31 TIM E ■ AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM . AM AM AM AM AM AM ■ AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM • AM AM AM AM AM • AM AM ■ AM AM AM AM AM Am AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM ' AM AM AM AM AM AM AM 105 1 ST LD 115 LONG MEADOW RD 7:31 AM 105 1 ST LD US HWY 158 & JASMINE LN 7:35 AM ,1051 ST LD 182 S ANGELL RD 7:36 AM 105 1STLD USHWY 158 & BARE LN 7:41 AM 105 1 ST LD 156 OAK GROVE CHURCH RD 7:43 AM 105 1 ST LD 234 OAK GROVE CHURCH RD 7:44 AM 105 1STLD W KNOa BROOK 4 EKNOa BROOK DR 7:49 AM 105 1 ST LD SAIN RD Ä BRADFORD PL 7:51 AM 105 1ST LD, 822 SAIN RD 7:52 AM 105 1 ST LD MILLING RD & NORTHRIDGE CT 7:S7 AM 105 1 ST LD 300 MILLING RD 7:58 AM 105 1 ST LD LAKECRESTDR&CAROUNAST 8:00 AM, AM105 1STLD176 CROWE ST 8:01 AM AM105 2ND LD SPRING ST & BINGHAM ST 7:42 AM AMI 05 2ND LD OAK ST & SPRING ST 7:42 AM AMI 05 2ND LD AVON ST & GWYN ST 7:47 AM AMI 05 2ND LD WILKESBORO ST & TOT ST 7:48 AM AMI 05 2ND LD RAYMOND ST & TOT ST 7:48 AM AM105 2ND LD GARNER ST & CHURCH ST 7:49 AM AMI 05 2ND LD WILKESBORO ST & EDISON ST 7:51 AM AM105 2ND LD HOSPITAL ST &MERONEY ST 7:S1 AM AMI 05 2ND LD RAYMOND ST & AVON ST 7:52 AM AMI 05 2ND LD VALLEY RD & HOSPITAL ST 7:54 AM AM105 2ND LD 818 YADKINVILLE ЦО 7:56 AM AMI 05 2ND LD MUMFORD DR A GARNER ST 7:S7 AM AMI 05 2ND LD 316 W CHURCH ST 7:59 . AM DAVIE HIGH & SOUTH DAVIE MIDDLE SCHOOLS BUS STOP ADDRESS STOP TIME 111 1103 BAILEYS CHAPEL RD 6:37 111 342 BAILEYS CHAPEL RD 6:41 111 192 BAILEYS CHAPEL RD 6:42 111 782 MARKLAND RD 6:46 111 ROXBURY CT & COVINGTON DR 6:48 111 143 COVINGTON DR 6:48 111 COVINGTON DR & CUMBERUND CT 6:51 111 150 PEOPLES CREEK RD 6:53 111 NC HWY 801 S & ODELL MYERS RD 6:53 ' 111 PEOPLES CREEK RD & DUBLIN RD 6:54 111 BURTON RD & MT ZION CHURCH RD 6:55 111 BURTON RD 8i ZIMMERMAN RD 6:58 111 PEOPLES CREEK RD & COYETTE LN 7:04 . I l l 1035 PEOPLES CREEK RD 7:04 111 MARCHMONT DR & PEOPLES CREEK RD 7:05 111 UNDERPASS RD & VOGLER RD 7:11 111 UNDERPASS RD & MANHATTAN LN 7:12 111 EVERGREEN LN & UNDERPASS RD 7:12 111 UNDERPASS RD & COUNTRY CIR 7:14 111 197 HILLCREST DR 7:19 111 POTTS RD & IN AND OUT LN • 7:26 111 NC HWY 801 S & JAMES SMILEY LN 7:29 111 NC HWY 801 S a UNDERPASS RD 7:30 111 SHUTT RD & NC HWY 801 S 7:30 111 NC HWY 801 S & KEITH LN 7:34 111 NC HWY 801 S & TODD RD 7:34 111 787 TURRENTINE CHURCH RD , 7:48 111 787 TURRENTINE CHURCH RD 7:48 111 TURRENTINE CHRD&DREXELLN 7:49 120 140 S DAVIE DR 7:23 120 2388 US HWY 601 S 7:31 120 7239 NC HWY 801 S 7:32 120 7331 NC HWY 801 S 7:32 120 EDGEWOOP CIR & SPRINGHILL DR 7:33 1 go EDGEWOOD CIR & SPRINGHIU OR 7:33 120 7631 NC HWY 801 S 7:36 120 NC HWY 801 S & SWICEGOOD ST 7:39 ,120 263 SWICEGOOD ST 7:40 120 458 SWICEGOOD ST 7:42 120 NC HWY 801 S & SWICEGOOD ST ,7:45 120 NC HWY 801 S& SWICEGOOD ST 7:46 120 MICHAELS RD & NC HWY 801 S 7:47 120 MICHAELS RO & RICK WAY 7:48 120 304 MICHAELS RD ' . 7:49 120 232 MICHAELS RO 7:50 120 2388 US HWY 601 S 7:51 126 DUKE ST N «1 HARDISON ST 7:00 126 JERICHO CHURCH RD & BROWN OR 7:02 126 JERICHO CHURCH RD & BROWN DR 7:02 126 316 BUCK SEAFORD RD 7:08. 126 316 BUCK SEAFORD RO 7:08 126 JERICHO CHURCH RO & SUNSET CIR 7:10 126 . 1892 JERICHO CHURCH RD 7:10 ■ . 126 US HWY 64 W & TUTTEROW RD ' 7:17 126 1961 US HWY 64 W 7:17 126 2043 US HWY 64 W 7:18 126 2043 US HWY 64 W 7:18 126 US HWY 64 W & POWELL RD 7:19 126 2095 US HWY 64 W 7:19 126 US HWY 64 W& POWELL RD ' 7:19 126 2189 US HWY 64 W 7:20 126 330 PARKER RD . 7:21 126 US HWY 64 W & SHEFFIELD RD 7:25 126 US HWY 64 W & SHEFFIELD RD 7:25 126 202 POWELL RD 7:27 126 326 GODBEY RO 7:29 126 326 GODBEY RO 7;29 126 458 BOONE FARM RD 7:34 126 BOONE FARM RD & US HWY 64 W 7:36 126 BOONE FARM RD & US HWY 64 W 7:36 126 COUNTY HOME RO & WESTSIDE DR 7:41 126 , COUNTY HOME RD & SCENIC DR 7:41 126 COUNTY HOME Rb & WESTSIDE DR 7:42 126 242 MAGNOLIA AV 7:46 126 242 MAGNOLIA AV 7:46 126 BEECHWOOD DR & HOLLY LN 7:47 . 126 BEECHWOOO OR & HOLLY LN 7:47 126 HOLLY LN & AZALEA OR 7:48 126 SANFORD AV & MAGNOLIA AV 7:49 126 S SALISBURY ST & DUKE ST N 7:58 127 4815 US HWY 158 7:39 .127 USHWY 158 & FOX RUN DR 7:42 127 N MAIN ST & SUNSET DR 7:S0 129 4541 NC HWY 801 N 6:06 129 801 N& BRAMBLEWOOD LN 6:06 129 NC HWY 801 N & PARKS LN 6:06 129 225 FOUR CORNERS RD 6:10 129 CROWS NEST LN & HOWELL RD 6:17 129 NC HWY 801 N&BONKIN UKERD 6:19 ■ 129 243 BONKIN LAKE RD 6:20 129 454 BONKIN UKE RD 6:21 129 N PINO RD & KAYLA TR 6:33 129 NPINORD 6:34 1,29 3500 NC HWY 801 N 6:35 129 PUDDING RIDGE RD & CLAYTON DR 6:41 ■129 PUDDING RDGRO&CORNWALUS DR 6:42 129 662 CEDAR CREEK RD 6:45 129 WYO RD & RACCOON TR 6:57 129 440 PINEVILLE RD 6:59 129 PINEVILLE RD & POHERS RIDGE DR 7:00 129 1190 SPILLMAN RO 7:03 AM AM AM AM- AM AM AM AM AM AM AM ■ AM AM AM AM .AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM • AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM' AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM ■ AM AM AM AM AM' AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM . 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AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM E t t ö R o u t e s DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 - B7 Continued On Page B 7 129 ARROWHEAD RD & SPILLMAN RD 7:05 AM 129 NC HWY 801 N & RHYNEHARDT RD 7:08 AM 129 801 N 4 CEDAR FOREST LN 7:09 AM 129 2049 FARMINGTON RD 7:15 AM 129 FARMINGTON RD & MALLARD RD 7:17 AM 129 1338 FARMINGTON RD 7:18 AM 129 1221 FARMINGTON RD 7:19 AM 129 407 PINEBROOK DR 7:20 AM 129 SUGAR VALLEY TR 4 GILBERT RD 7:22 AM 129 FARMINGTON RD 4 DUTCHMAN TR 7:29 AM 130 W CHURCH ST 4 WANDERING LN 7:10 AM 130 EDISON ST 4 NAYLOR ST 7:13 AM 130 EDISON ST 4 NAYLOR ST 7:13 AM 130 WILKESBORO ST 4 TOT ST 7:14 AM 130 GWYN ST 4 TOT ST 7:14 AM 130 WILKESBORO ST 4 TOT ST 7:14 AM 130 GWYN ST 4 TOT ST 7:14 AM 130 VALLEY RD 4 HOSPITAL ST 7:16 AM 130 .VALLEY RD 4 HOSPITAL ST 7:16 AM 130 771 YADKINVILLE RD 7:18 AM 130 1034 YADKINVILLE RD 7:20 AM 130 COUNTRY LN 4 CARDINAL ST 7:22 AM 130 COUNTRY LN 4 IVY LN ' 7:22 AM 130 285 FARMLAND RD 7:25 AM 130 285 FARMLAND RD 7:25 AM 130 FARMLAND RD 4 LONG MEADOW RD 7:26 AM 130 FARMLAND RD 4 LONG MEADOW RD 7:26 AM 130 207 LONG MEADOW RD 7:27 AM 130 CAMPBELL RD 4 SUMMIT DR 7:32 AM 130 419 CAMPBELL RD 7:33 AM 130 CAMPBELL RD 4 ETCHISON ST 7:34 AM 130 CAMPBELL RD 4 HILLCREST ST 7:35 AM 130 N MAIN ST 4 SPRING ST 7:37 AM 131 610 FRED LANIER RD 6:33 AM 131 1109 SHEFFIELD RD 6:37 AM 131 989 CAUHALN RD 6:40 AM 131 1342 COUNTY LINE RD 6:53 AM 131 1460 COUNTY LINE RO 6:54 AM 131 COUNTY LINE RD 4 EDWARDS RD 6:55 AM 131 2228 SHEFFIELD RD 7:00 AM 131 TURKEY FOOT 4 JOHN IJAMES RD 7:03 AM 131 327 SALMONS RD 7:09 AM 131 1051 BEAR CREEK CHURCH RD 7:13 AM 131 1360 BEAR CREEK CHURCH RD 7:18 AM 131 DUKE WHITTAKER RD 4 BUCKINGHAM LN 7:24 AM 131 428 DUKE WHITTAKER RD 7:26 AM 131 264 BEAR CREEK CHURCH RD 7:31 AM 131 540 LIBERTY CHURCH RD 7:32 AM 131 437 LIBERTY CHURCH RD 7:33 AM 131 270 LIBERTY CHURCH RD 7:34 AM 131 212 RALPH RATLEDGE RD 7:36 AM 131 SHEFFIELD RD 4 COUNTESS LN 7:41 AM 131 613 SHEFFIELD RD 7:42 AM 131 IJAMES CH RD 4 GRANNAMAN DR 7:45 , AM 131 419 IJAMES CHURCH RD 7:46 AM 131 IJAMES CH RD 4 NORTHBROOK DR 7:47 AM 135 LIBERTY CH RD 4 BUENA VISTA LN 6:34 AM 135 ELMORE RD 4 SPEER RO 6:37 AM 135 837 LIBERTY CHURCH RD 6:38 AM 135 MEADOW GLEN LN 4 UBERTY CH RD 6:39 AM 135 1302 LIBERTY CHURCH RD 6:40 AM 135 518 DUARD REAVIS RD 6:41 AM 135 346 DUARD REAVIS RD 6:43 AM 135 BEN ANDERSON 4 SHOFFNER RD 6Í47 AM 135 OLLIE HARKEY 4 BEN ANDERSON RD 6:50 AM 135 2100 LIBERTY CHURCH RD 6:54 AM 135 246 JACK BOOE RD 6:59 AM 135 184 FOSTALL DR 7:00 AM 135 CHILDRENS HOME RD 4 PRATT FARM LN 7:06 AM 135 169 CHILDRENS HOME RD 7:06 AM 135 235 CHILDRENS HOME RD 7:07 AM 135 CHILDRENS HOME 4 CHINQUAPIN RD 7:08 AM 135 534 CHINQUAPIN RD 7:09 AM 135 BELL BRANCH RD 4 PAPS WAY 7:13 AM 135 US HWY 601 N 4 BAITY RD 7:19 AM 135 4204 US HWY 601 N 7:20 AM 135 EATONS CH 4 HIGHLAND RD 7:22 AM 135 1029 EATONS CHURCH RD 7:26 AM 135 3956 US HWY 601 N 7:29 AM 135 1594 ANGELL RD 7:37 AM 135 2046 ANGELL RD 7:39 AM 135 ANGELL RD 4 BOOZIE LN 7:40 AM 135 US HWY 601 N 4 BLACKWELDER RD 7:43 AM 135 US HWY 601 N 4 MURPHY RD 7:44 AM 135 DANNER RD 4 CAMELLIA LN 7:45 AM 135 US HWY 601 N 4 DANNER RD 7:47 AM 135 US 601 N 4 ASHLEY BROOK LN 7:50 AM 136 7044 NC HWY 801 S 6:51 AM 136 CHERRY HILL RD 4 NC HWY 801 S 6:53 AM 136 5655 NC HWY 801 S 6:55 AM 136 5568 NC HWY 801 S 6:56 AM 136 NC HWY 801 S 4 BARNHARDT LN 6:57 AM 136 620 JOE RD 7;00 AM 136 373 JOE RD 7:01 AM 136 2464 US HWY 64 E 7:02 AM 136 JOE RD 4 MULLINS RD 7:02 AM 136 249 CEDAR GROVE CHURCH RD 7:06 AM 136 CEDAR GROVE CH RD 4 PROVIDENCE TR 7:06 AM 136 249 CEDAR GROVE CHURCH RD 7:06 AM 136 MASON DR 4 CEDAR GROVE CH RD 7:07 AM 136 CEDAR GROVE CH RD 4 DRUM LN 7:07 AM 136 CEDAR GROVE CH RD 4 DRUM LN 7:07 AM 136 244 LESTER FOSTER RD 7:17 AM 136 RIVERVIEW RD & HILL TOP DR 7:19 AM 136 RIVERVIEW RD 4 HILL TOP DR 7:19 AM 136 341 SEAFORD RD 7:24 AM 136 235 SEAFORD RD 7:25 AM 136.472 NO CREEK RD 7:33 AM 136 298 NO CREEK RD 7:34 AM 136 NO CREEK RD 4 HICKORY TREE RD 7:34 AM 136 NO CREEK RD 4 HICKORY TREE RD 7:34 AM 136 1967 US HWY 64 E 7:37 AM 136 US HWY 64 E 4 RUPARD TR 7:38 AM 136 DALTON RD 4 ERIC RD 7:38 AM ■ 136 431 DALTON RD 7:39 AM 136 232 DALTON RD 7:39 AM 136 232 DALTON RD 7:39 AM 136 428 TURRENTINE CHURCH RD 7:40 AM 136 TURRENTINE CH RD 4 RED OAK TR 7:41 AM 137 514 WILL BOONE RD 7:07 AM 137 103 DRAUGHN LN 7:07 AM 137 514 WILL BOONE RD 7:07 AM 137 345 WILL DOONE RD 7:08 AM 137 WILL BOONE RD 4 TUTTS TR 7:08 AM 137 WILL BOONE RD 4 BOONE LN 7:09 AM 137 345 WILL BOONE RD 7:09 AM 137 FAIRFIELD RD 4 ADDIES LN 7:10 AM 137 512 FAIRFIELD RD 7:11 AM 137 512 FAIRFIELD RD 7:11 AM 137 372 FAIRFIELD RD 7:12 AM 137 134 FAIRFIELD RD 7:13 AM 137 134 FAIRFIELD RD 7:13 AM 137 6554 NC HWY 801 S 7:17 AM 137 DEADMON RD 4 RAG RD 7:21 AM 160 KINGSMILL DR 4 ISLEWORTH DR 6:53 AM 137 DEADMON RD 4 RAG RD 7:21 AM 160 KINGSMILL CT 4 KINGSMILL DR 6:53 AM 137 331 FRANK SHORT RD 7:27 AM 160 KINGSMILL DR 4 LONETREE DR 6:56 AM 137 331 FRANK SHORT RD 7:27 AM 160 KINGSMILL DR 4 ISLEWORTH DR 6:59 AM 137 441 FRANK SHORT RD 7:28 AM 160 KESWICK DR 4 OAK VALLEY BLVD 7:01 AM 137 562 FRANK SHORT RD 7:30 AM 160 OAK VALLEY BLVD 4 SUNTREE DR 7:01 AM 137 DEADMON RD 4 KNOLL CREST RD 7:37 AM 160 SEAY DR 4 OAK VALLEY BLVD 7:02 AM 137 DEADMON RD 4 WALT WILSON RD 7:39 AM 160 OAK VALLEY BLVD & TWIN CREEKS DR 7:06 AM 137 426 DEADMON RD 7:39 AM 160 SCOTTSDALE DR 4 BROADMOOR DR 7:08 AM 137 DEADMON RD 4 WALT WILSON RD 7:39 AM 160 .693 NC HWY 801 5 7:14 AM 137 DEADMON RD 4 REDWOOD DR 7:40 AM 160 BING CROSBY BLVD 4 RIVER HILL DR 7:19 AM 137 133 HICKORY DR 7:43 AM 160 RIVERBEND DR 4 BERMUDA RUN DR 7:25 AM 148 180 5 DAVIE DR 6:15 AM 160 431 IVY CIR 7:28 AM 148 838 MR HENRY RD 6:27 AM 160 NC HWY 801 S 4 CARTER RD 7:30 AM 148 411 MR HENRY RD 6:30 , AM 160 US HWY 158 4 GRAY SHEEKS RD 7:33 AM 148 179 MR HENRY RD 6:31 AM 164 234 JAMESTOWNE DR 6:02 AM 148 RIDGE RD 4 LITTLE CREEK LN 6:33 AM 164 JAMESTOWNE DR 4 LEVITY LN 6:05 AM 148 RIDGE RD 4 LITTLE CREEK LN 6:33 AM 164 1287 CORNATZER RD 6:10 AM' 148 371 FOSTER RD 6:39 AM 164 CORNATZER RD 4 RALPH RD 6:10 AM 148 884 RIDGE RD 6:41 AM 164 MILLING RD 4 DE RON KEL LN 6:13 AM 148 RIDGE RD 4 SMITH RD 6:43 AM 164 2404 MILLING RD 6:13 AM 148 1354 RIDGE RD 6:44 AM 164 322 HEPLER RD 6:17 AM 148 1517 RIDGE RD 6:45 AM 164 CORNATZER 4 HOWARDTOWN RD 6:26 AM 148 383 VILLAGE RD 6:48 AM 164 CORNATZER RD 4 SPRY LN 6:26'AM 148 383 VILUGE RD 6:48 AM 164 1893 CORNATZER RD 6:26 AM 148 RIDGE RD 4 MATTIE LN 6:52 AM 164 882 HOWARDTOWN CIR 6:34 AM 148 514 CAMPGROUND RD 6:57 AM 164 120 HOWARDTOWN RD.6:35 AM 148 3829 US HWY 64 W 7:04 AM 164 340 HOWARDTOWN RD 6:36 AM 148 OAKLAND AV 4 OAKRIDGE LN 7:05 AM 164 527 HOWARDTOWN RD 6:38 AM 148 OAKLAND AV 4 OAK TREE DR 7:06 AM 164 843 HOWARDTOWN RD 6:39 AM 148 443 OAKLAND AV 7:08 AM 164 FORK BIXBY RO 4 IRIS LN 6:42 AM 148 1586 GODBEY RD 7:15 AM 164 158 BROCKLAND DR 6:45 AM 148 1586 GODBEY RD 7:25 AM 164 193 BRIER CREEK RD 6:46 AM 148 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 4 CRESCENT DR 7:30 AM 164 416 COMANCHE DR 6:51 AM ,148 DAVIE ACADEMY 4 STAGE COACH RD 7:31 AM 164 172 APACHE RD 6:52 AM 148 SHADY KNOLL LN 4 BERRY LN 7:34 AM 164 CHEROKEE TR 4 APACHE RD 6:53 AM 148 DAVIE ACADEMY RD & SHADY KNOLL LN 7:37 AM 164 252 FORK BIXBY RD 7:02 AM 148 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 4 GRADY LN 7:39 AM 164 252 FORK BIXBY RD 7:05 AM 148 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 4 GRADY LN 7:39 AM 164 172 FORK BIXBY RD 7:07 AM 148 1216 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 7:40 AM,164 FULTON RD 4 HENDRIX LN 7:08 AM 148 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 4 JONES RD 7:40 AM 164 FORK BIXBY RD 4 LIVENGOOD RD 7:14 AM 148 1216 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 7:40 AM 164 FORK BIXBY RD 4 SANDY LN 7:14 AM 148 527 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 7:43 AM 164 1128 WILLIAMS RD 7:15 AM 148 527 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 7:44 AM 164 260 WILLIAMS RD 7:19 AM 148 374 DAVIE ACADEMY RD 7:44 AM 164 771 CORNATZER RD 7:19 AM 150 801 N 4 JOE LANGSTON RD 6:33 AM 164 CORNATZER RD 4 ROSE ARBOR LN 7:21 AM 150 YADKIN VALLEY RD & COnONTAIL LN 6:36 AM 164 310 CORNATZER RD 7:21 AM 150 1876 YADKIN VALLEY RD 6:36 AM 164 US HWY 64 E 4 DEER RUN DR 7:26 AM 150 1631 YADKIN VALLEY RD 6:37 AM 164 EAST LAKE DR 4 CRESTVIEW DR 7:31 AM 150 148 SPARKS RD 6:38 AM 164 230 WINDING CREEK RD 7:35 AM 150 451 SPARKS RD 6:39 AM 164 E LEXINGTON 4 CHARLESTON RIDGE DR7:38 AM 150 JESSE KING 4 PEACEFUL VALLEY RD 6:46 AM 167 KINDER LN 4 HOWARDTOWN CIR 6:30 AM 150 GRIFFITH RD & SANDPIT RD 6:53 AM 167 KINDER LN 4 HOWARDTOWN CIR 6:30 AM 150 1229 YADKIN VALLEY RD 6:54 AM 167 US HWY 158 4 R R GERALD LN 6:31 AM , 150 990 YADKIN VALLEY RD 6:55 AM 167 US HWY 158 4 SHALLOWBROOK DR6:31 AM 150 341 YADKIN VALLEY RD 6:59 AM 167 244 JUNEY BEAUCHAMP RD 6:32 AM 150 NC HWY 801 N 4 MCGEE CT 7:01 AM 167 BALTIMORE 4 QUAIL HOLLOW RD 6:36 AM 150 NC HWY 801 N 4 N CLAYBON DR 7:02 AM 167 BALTIMORE 4 LONGLEAF PINE DR 6:37 AM 150 NC HWY 801 N 4 WOODBURN PL 7:02 AM 167 CORNATZER RD 4 MCDANIEL RD 6:40 AM 150 NC HWY 801 N 4 WILLS RD 7:02 AM 167 CORNATZER RD 4 RABBIT FARM TR 6:42 AM 150 WOODLEE DR4EROBIN DR 7:04 AM 167 CORNATZER RD 4 ORRELL TR 6:42 AM 150 NC HWY 801 N 4 ANTLER RD 7:05 AM 167 3179 CORNATZER RD 6:45 AM ISO REDLAND RD 4 HODSONS МНР 7:07 AM 167 344 GRANADA DR 6:52 AM ISO REDLAND RD 4 PARTRIDGE LN 7:07 AM 167 SONORA DR 4 GRANADA DR 6:54 AM ISO 348 HILTON RD 7:11 AM 167 SONORA DR 4 SAN MARCOS DR 6:55 AM 150 GORDON DR 4 RIDDLE CIR 7:15 AM 167 LA QUINTA DR 4 CASA BELLA DR 6:56 AM 150 WESTVIEW CT 4 GORDON DR 7:18 AM 167 348 BEAUCHAMP RD 6:57 AM 150 CHARLOTTE PL 4 BRENTWOOD DR 7:19 AM 167 BEAUCHAMP RD 4 WINDEMERE DR 6:58 AM 150 CREEKWOOD DR 4 BRENTWOOD DR 7:20 AM 167 BEAUCHAMP RD 4 SAVANNAH CT 7:01 AM 150 3492 US HWY 158 7:28 AM 167 1201 BEAUCHAMP RD 7:02 AM 150 US HWY 158 4 BUCK MILLER RD 7:31 AM 167 1126 BEAUCHAMP RD 7:02 AM 150 2777 US HWY 158 7:31 AM 167 BEAUCHAMP RD 4 GUN CLUB RD 7:03 AM 150 2471 USHWY 158 7:32 AM 167 REDLAND RD 4 BETHLEHEM DR 7:07 AM 150 US HWY 158 4 WHITAKER RD 7:33 AM 167 REDLAND RD 4 HARPER RD 7:08 AM ISO WHITAKER RD&US HWY 158 7:33 AM 167 REDLAND RD 4 DAYE LN 7:08 AM 151 268 MILLING RD 6:59 AM 167 REDLAND RD 4 FAIRWAY RD 7:09 AM 151 268 MILLING RD 6:59 AM 167 1197 RAINBOW RD 7:10 AM 151 MILLING RD 4 NORTHRIDGE CT 7:00 AM 167 438 RAINBOW RD 7:14 AM 151 NORTHRIDGE CT 4 MILLING RD 7:00 AM 167 SPEAKS RD 4 RAINBOW RD 7:14 AM 151 MILLING RD 4 ROLLING HILLS LN 7:01 AM 167 US HWY 158 4 LIVINGSTON RD ,7:17 AM 151 1017 MILLING RD 7:01 AM 167 BOGER RD 4 US HWY 158 7:18 AM 151 MILLING RD 4 ELISHA CREEK DR 7:02 AM 167 PINEBROOK SCHOOL RD & PINEBROOK BUS DR 7:21 AM 151 750 SAIN RD 7:05 AM 167 207 PINEBROOK SCHOOL RD 7:22 AM 151 750 SAIN RD 7:05 AM 167 3341 US HWY 158 7:24 AM 151 BRADFORD PL 4 SAIN RD 7:06 AM 167 N MAIN ST 4 CEMETERY ST 7:32 AM 151 SAIN RD 4 BRADFORD PL 7:06 AM 167 622 N MAIN ST 7:33 AM 151 MAIN CHURCH RD 4 S ANGELL RD 7:09 AM 167 278 N MAIN ST 7:34 AM 151 MAIN CHURCH RD 4 S ANGELL RD 7:10 AM 174 994 DANIEL RD 7:06 AM 151 MÀIN CHURCH RD 4 S ANGELL RD 7:10 AM 174 DANIEL RD 4 CABLE LN 7:06 AM 151 872 MAIN CHURCH RD 7:13 AM 174 GLADSTONE RD 4 CREASON RD 7:08 AM 151 1080 MAIN CHURCH RO 7:14 AM 174 849 GLADSTONE RD 7:08 AM 151 692 CANA RO 7:21 AM 174 991 GLADSTONE RD 7:09 AM 151 MAIN CHURCH RD 4 CANA RD 7:22 AM 174 GLADSTONE RD 4 FLAT ROCK RD 7:10 AM 151 1480 MAIN CHURCH RD 7:23 AM 174 CLARK RD 4 GLADSTONE RD 7:10 AM 151 US HWY 601 N 4 CANA RD 7:24 AM 174 CLARK RD 4 GLADSTONE RD 7:10 AM 151 ALLEN RD 4 HIDDEN VALLEY LN 7:29 AM 174 RUFFIN ST 4 GLADSTONE RD 7:10 AM 151 ALLEN RD 4 HIDDEN VALLEY LN 7:29 AM 174 RUFFIN ST 4 GLADSTONE RD 7:11 AM 151 467 MADISON RD 7:35 AM 174 JERUSALEM AV 4 LINK RD 7:16 AM 151 467 MADISON RD 7:35 AM 174 NEELY RD 4 WALL ST 7:18 AM 151 1072 US HWY 64 W 7:37 AM 174 JERUSALEM AV 4 WALL ST 7:18 AM 152 E DEPOT ST 4 PINE ST 7:21 AM 174 NEELY RD 4 WALL ST 7:18 AM 152 E DEPOT ST 4 NEELY ST 7:21 AM 174 JUNCTION RD 4 RIVERSIDE DR 7:22 AM 152 E DEPOT ST 4 BAILEY ST 7:22 AM 174 JUNCTION RD 4 RIVERSIDE DR 7:22 AM 152 JOHN CROTTS RD 4 LINDA LN 7:28 AM 174 2031 JUNCTION RD 7:23 AM 152 JOHN CROTTS RD 4 LINDA LN 7:28 AM 174 1924 JUNCTION RD 7:24 AM 152 MOUNTVIEW DR 4 WINDWARD CIR 7:33 AM 174 1765 JUNCTION RD 7:25 AM 152 MOUNTVIEW DR 4 WINDSONG RD 7:36 AM 174 PEEWEES WAY 4 JUNCTION RD 7:31 AM 152 MOUNTVIEW DR 4 WINDSONG RD 7:36 AM 174 140 WILLOW LN 7:34 AM 152 402 WHITNEY RD 7:37 AM 174 ■ JUNCTION RD 4 PEEWEES WAY 7:36 AM 152 FULTON ST & WHITNEY RO 7:38 AM 174 JUNCTION RD & DOCKS WAY 7:39 AM 152 CREEKSIDE DR 4 META BREEZE LN 7:42 AM 174 JUNCTION RD 4 DOCKS WAY 7:39 AM 152 N MAIN ST 4 CHERRY ST 7:50 AM 174 1313 JUNCTION RD 7:39 AM 152 419 SANFORD AV 7:53 AM 174 JUNCTION RD 4 TRESTLE LN 7:40 AM 156 E LEXINGTON 4 CHARLESTON RIDGE DR 7:17 AM 174 1684 JUNCTION RD 7:42 AM 156 EAST LAKE DR 4 CRESTVIEW DR 7:17 AM 174 271 NOLLEYRD 7:42 AM 156 BETHEL CHURCH & JOHN CROHS RD 7:26 AM 174 1684 JUNCTION RD 7:42 AM 156 MOUNTVIEW DR & WINDWARD CIR 7:29 AM 174 CRAWFORD RD 4 NOLLEY RD 7:43 AM 156 MOUNTVIEW DR 4 WINDSONG RD 7:33 AM 174 NOLLEY RD & CRAWFORD RD 7:43 AM 156 WHITNEY RD 4 MOUNTVIEW DR 7:36 AM 174 US HWY 601 S 4 HINKLE DR 7:49 AM 156 FULTON ST 4 WHITNEY RD 7:37 AM 174 198 MCCULLOUGH RD 7:49 AM 156 WHITNEY RD 4 MORSE ST 7:37 AM 174 US HWY 601 S 4 HINKLE DR .7:53 AM 156 rREEKSlDE DR 4 META BREEZE LN 7:41 AM 153 DH 4 SD BECKTOWN 4 HOUSTON RD 6:51 AM 156 META BREEZE 4 ROLLING HILLS LN 7:43 AM 1 53 DH 4 SD BECKTOWN & HOUSTON RD 6:51 AM 156 N MAIN ST 4 LAKECREST DR 7:48 AM 153 DH 4 SD BECKTOWN 4 HOUSTON RD 6:51 AM 156 N MAIN ST 4 SUNSET DR 7:51 AM 153 DH & SD BECKTOWN RD 4 KENT LN 6:51 AM 160 HIDDEN CREEK DR 4 TALWOOD DR 6:42 AM 153 DH 4 SD 654 CHERRY HILL RD 6:53 AM 160 NC HWY 801 S 4 RAINTREE RD 6:44 AM 1 53 DH 4 SD 799 CHERRY HILL RD ■6:55 AM 160 NC HWY 801 S 4 LYBROOK RO 6:44 AM 153 DH 4 SD 1483 POINT RD 7:08 AM 160 UNDERPASS RO 4 WHITEHEAD OR. 6:45 AM 153 DH4SD 418 POINT RD 7:13 AM 160 UNDERPASS RD 4 WHITEHEAD DR 6:45 AM 153 DH 4 SD 626 BOXWOOD CHURCH RD 7:17 AM 160 UNDERPASS RD 4 ASHBURTON DR; 6:46 AM 153 DH 4 SD 626 BOXWOOD CHURCH RD 7:17 AM 160 UNDERPASS RD 4 RIVER RD 6:47 AM 153 DH 4 SD 4040 US HWY 601 S 7:21 AM 160 WESTRIDGE RD 4 RIVER RD 6:47 AM 160 129 BROOKDALE DR 6:50 AM Continued On Page B8 H8 - IMVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 B u s R o u t e s Continued From Page B7 1 53 DH * SD 4040 US HWY 601 S 7:21 AM 153DH&SD 3835 USHWY601 S 7:23 AM I 53 DH Л SD 303 RIVERDAIE RD 7:25 AM 1 53 DH & SD PETES LN & RIVERDALE RD 7:27 AM 153DH&SD 1 580 CHERRY HILL RO 7:32 AM 1 5 3 DH & SD BOXWOOD CH RD & CAMELOT WAY 7:33 AM 153 DH & SD BOXWOOD CH RD & CAMELOT WAY 7:34 AM 1 53 DH & SO BOXWOOD CH RO & CORRIES LN 7:34 AM 1 53 DH & SD SPLfT HILl LN & BOXWOOD CH RD 7:3 5 AM 153DH&SD 191 BOXWOOD CHURCH RD 7:35 AM 153DH&SD USHWY601 S&BEANRD 7:36 AM 1 53 DH A SD 485 PLEASANT ACRE DR 7:37 AM 1 53 DH&SD 324 PLEASANT ACRE DR 7:39 AM 153 DH & SD 2434 US HWY 601 S 7:42 AM 153 DH & SD US HWY 601 S S JANICE LN 7:42 AM 1 53 DH 4 SD 2238 US HWY 601 S 7:42 AM 1 53 DH&SD 161 5 US HWY 601 S 7:47 AM 153DHÄSD 1615USHWY601 S 7:47 AM 1 53 DH & SD 2238 US HWY 601 S 7:51 AM 161 DH 4 SD LAKEWOOD VIL RD 4 LAKEWOOD OR 7:3 5 AM 161 DH & SD LAKEWOOD VIL RD & LAKEWOOD DR 7:3 5 AM 161 DH&SD 193 GLADST0NE RD 7:38 AM 161 DH & SD 266 GUDSTONE RD 7:38 AM 161 DH & SD GLADSTONE RD & LOIS LN 7:39 AM 161 DH & SD GUDSTONE RD & LOIS LN 7:39 AM 161 DH & SD DANIEL S GUDSTONE RD 7:40 AM 161 DH & SO GUDSTQNE RD 4 GLENVIEW LN 7:40 AM 161 DH 4 SD DANIEL4 GUDSTONE RD 7:40 AM 161 DH 4 SD HOBSON DR 4 PEARSON DR 7:47 AM 161 DH & SD 208 HOBSON DR 7:48 AM 161 DH 4 SD 208 HOBSON DR 7:48 AM 161 DH4SD 601 S4H0NEYHILLLN 7:51 AM 171 DH 4 SD 1889 US HWY 601 S 7:21 AM 171 OH 4 SD 2997 US HWY 601 S 7:25 AM 171 DH 4 SD PINE RIDGE RD 4 MILLER RO 7:28 AM 171 DH 4 SD PINE RIDGE RD 4 TATUM RD 7:29 AM 171 DH 4 SD PINE RIDGE RD 4 DAVIS RD 7:30 AM 171 OH 4 SD 533 PINE RIDGE RD 7:30 AM 171 DH 4 SD 641 PINE RIDGE RD 7:31 AM 171 DH 4 SD 782 PINE RIDGE RD 7:31 AM 171 DH 4 SD 208 CENTER ST 7:33 AM 171 DH 4 SO CENTER ST 4 GROVE ST 7:34 AM 171 DH 4 SD CENTER ST 4 GROVE ST 7:35 AM 171 DH 4 SD 204 DUKE ST 7:36 AM 171 DH 4 SD DUKE ST 4 MAIN ST 7:36 AM 171 DH 4 SD DAVIE ST 4 CROSS ST 7:38 AM 171 DH 4 SD DAVIE ST 4 CROSS ST 7:39 AM 171 DH 4 SD DUKE ST 4 CROSS ST 7:42 AM 171 DH 4 SD DUKE ST 4 CROSS ST ■ 7:43 AM 171 DH 4 SD WATT ST 4 CROSS ST 7:43 AM 171 DH 4 SD WATT ST 4 CROSS ST 7:45 AM 171 DH 4 SD 136 MARGINAL ST 7:47 AM 171 OH 4 SD 136 MARGINAL ST 7:47 AM 171 DH 4 SD 801 S 4 LEGION CEMETERY ST 7:48 AM NORTH DAVIE M IDDLE SCHOOL BUS STOP ADDRESS STOP TIM E 112 ANGELL RD 4 HOBBY HORSE LN 7:12 1726 ANGELL RD 7:14 ANGELL RD & LATHAM FARM RD 7:16 ANGELL RD 4 BOOZIE LN 7:16 US HWY 601 N 4 BUGLE LN 7:20 3203 US HWY 601 N 7:21 2967 US HWY 601 N 7:22 325 BRACKEN RD 7:25 2914 US HWY 601 N 7:27 US HWY 601 N 4 MURPHY RD 7:28 2573 US HWY 601 N 7:28 DANNER RD 4 PEPPERSTONE DR 7:32 2440 US HWY 601 N 7:32 US HWY 601 N 4 MAIN CHURCH RD 7:33 734 WOODWARD RD 7:37 842 ANGELL RD 7:43 FARMINGTON RD 4 DUTCHMAN TR 7:52 GUN CLUB RD 4 WINCHESTER RD 7:11 GUN CLUB RD 4 TIMBER CREEK RD 7:12 1201 BEAUCHAMP RD 7:14 1126 BEAUCHAMP RD 7:15 BEAUCHAMP RD 4 SOMERSET CT 7:16 156 HIGH MEADOWS RD 7:19 112 112 112 112 )1 1 2 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 139 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 WINDEMERE DR 4 HIGH MEADOWS RD 7:22 348 BEAUCHAMP RD 7:24 GRANADA OR 4 SONORA OR 7:27 GRANADA DR 4 GAUDRIM WAY 7:30 U QUINTA DR 4 AUMOSA DR 7:33 145 BEAUCHAMP RD 7:35 MCDANIEL RD 4 CORNATZER RD 7:37 BALTIMORE RD 4 PRINCETON CT 7:39 BALTIMORE RD 4 CAMDEN CT 7:39 BALTIMORE RD 4.MEGANS WAY 7:40 BALTIMORE RD 4 LONGLEAF PINE DR 7:40 BALTIMORE RD 4 QUAIL HOLLOW RD 7:40 518 BALTIMORE RD 7:43 256 BALTIMORE RD 7:44 US HWY 158 4 LONGWOOD DR 7:45 US HWY 158 4 SHALLOWBROOK DR 7:46 4026 US HWY 1 58 7:47 BOGER RD 4 US HWY 1 58 7:49 3492 US HWY 158 7:49 3406 US HWY 158 7:50 260 WILLIAMS RD 6:36 1128 WILLIAMS RD 6:41 W BOLIN LN 4 LIVENGOOD RD 6:43 943 FORK BIXBY RD 6:46 399 COMANCHE DR 6:49 APACHE RD 4 PAPOOSE TR 6:53 255 INDIAN HILLS RD 6:55 1 58 INDIAN HILLS RD 6:56 1098 FORK BIXBY RD 6:57 BRIER CREEK RD 4 BROCKUND DR 7:04 FORK BIXBY RD 4 IRIS LN 7:06 782 MARKLAND RD 7:09 445 BAILEYS CHAPEL RD 7:16 1538 CORNATZER RD 7:24 1191 CORNATZER RD 7:36 1069 CORNATZER RD 7:26 234 JAMESTOWNE DR 7:29 HERITAGE TR 4 MILUNG RD 7:37 207 HEPLER RD 7:43 DULIN RO 4 KORAS LN 7:46 696 DULIN RD 7:47 468 DULIN RD 7:48 429 DULIN RD 7:49 270 LIBERTY CHURCH RD 6:29 251 BEAR CREEK CHU(?CH RD 6:31 610 BEAR CREEK CHURCH RD 6:33 700 BEAR CREEK CHURCH RD 6:33 ' 125 BEN ANDERSON RD 6:35 387 BEN ANDERSON RD 6:36 SHOFFNER RD 4 SHOFFNER LN 6:37 1094 BEN ANDERSON RD 6:47 518DUARDREAVISRD 6:55 AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM 143 837 LIBERTY CHURCH RD 143 ELMORE RD 4 CRABTREE RD ■143 159FOSTALLDR 143 358‘JACK BOOE RD 143 JACK BOOE RD 4 COTTON LN 143 295 BELL BRANCH RD 14 3 BELL BRANCH RD 4 PAPS WAY 143 445 BELL BRANCH RD 143 534 CHINQUAPIN RD 143 469 CHILDRENS HOME RD 143 5211 US HWY 601 N 143 CHILDRENS HOME RD 4 PRATT FARM LN 143 4612 US HWY 601 N 143 US HWY 601 N 4 R SHORE DR 143 4204 US HWY 601 N 143 EATONS CHURCH RD 4 HOWELL RD 143 735 PUDDING RIDGE RD AM 143 BUCKEYE TR 4 PUDDING RIDGE RD AMI43 680 CEDAR CREEK RD AM143 867 FARMINGTON RD’ AMI 49 4228 NC HWY 801 N AMI 49 203 FOUR CORNERS RD AMI49 320 BLEVINS RD AMI 49 801 N 4 BRAMBLE WOOD LN AMI 49 NC HWY 801 N 4 PARKS LN AMI 49 NC HWY 801 N 4 RYANS WAY AMI 49 HOWELL RD 4 CROWS NEST LN AMI49 HOWELL RD 4 BRANGUS WAY AMI 49 3763 NCHWY 801 N AMI49 CANA RD 4 BRANGUS WAY AM149 441 PINEVILLE RD 149 PINEVILLE RD 4 POTTERS RIDGE DR 149 330 PINEVILLE RD 149 2518 FARMINGTON RD 149 1137 SPILLMAN RD 149 ARROWHEAD RD 4 DEERFIELD DR 149 591 SPILLMAN RD 149 SPILLMAN RD 4 MYERS RD 149 1806 NCHWY 801 N 149 801 N 4 CEDAR FOREST LN 149 FARMINGTON RD & MALURD RD 149 1420 FARMINGTON RD 149 223 GILBERT RD 155 WOOD LN & NC HWY 801 N 155 NC HWY 801 N & COPE RD 155 NC HWY 801 N 4 ELLIS LN 155 225 NORMA LN 155 W RENEE DR 4 WOODLEE DR 155 E ROBIN DR 4 WOODLEE DR 155 388 NCHWY 801 N 155 BERMUDA RUN DR 4 RIVERBEND DR 15 5 RIVERBEND DR 4 AZALEA CIR 155 RIVERBEND DR 4 JUNIPER CIR 155 BING CROSBY BLVD 4 JAMES WAY 155 RIVERBEND DR 4 GOLFVIEW DR 155 RIVERBEND DR 4 SPYGUSS DR 155 210TIFT0NST 155 RIVERBEND DR 4 TIFTON ST 15 5 TOWNPARK DR 4 GLEN ARBOR DR 155 293 YADKIN VALLEY RD 155 YADKIN VALLEY RD 4 HAYWOOD DR 155 952 YADKIN VALLEY RD 1S5. YADKIN VALLEY RD 4 VALLEY OAKS DR 155 1229 YADKIN VALLEY RD 155 GRIFFITH RD 4 REX LN 155 SANDPIT RD 4 SERENITY HILLS TR 15 5 MAPLEWOOD LN 4 SANDPIT RD 155 YADKIN VALLEY 4 JESSE KING RD 155 245 PEACEFUL VALLEY RD 1 55 ■ YADKIN VALLEY RD 4 SPARKS RD 155 1540 YADKIN VALLEY RO 155 1876 YADKIN VALLEY RD 155 YADKIN VALLEY RD 4 COTTONTAIL LN 155 801 N 4 YADKIN VALLEY RD 155 1 509 NC HWY 801 N 155 MCKNIGHT RD 4 NC HWY 801 N 159 PEOPLES CREEK RO 4 MARCHMONT DR 159 1035 PEOPLES CREEK RD 159 919 PEOPLES CREEK RD 159 647 PEOPLES CREEK RD 159 PEOPLES CREEK RD 4 SHAMROCK LN 159 229 BURTON RD 159 405 BURTON RD 159 BURTON RD 4 FANTASIA LN 159 PEOPLES CREEK RO 4 FAUJNGCREEK DR 159 3055 NCHWY 801 S 159 NC HWY 801 S 4 ANNIE LN 159 31 1 ODELL MYERS RD 159 ODELL MYERS RD 4 SHADY GROVE LN 159 COVINGTON DR 4 S HEMINGWAY CT 159 ROXBURY CT 4 COVINGTON DR 159 2207 NCHWY 801 S 159 2155 NCHWY 801 S 159 158 UNDERPASS RD 159 NC HWY 801 S 4 UNDERPASS RD 159 3179 CORNATZER RD 159 2798 CORNATZER RD 159 BARNEYRD4 CORNATZER RD 159 2399 CORNATZER RD 159 CORNATZER RD 4 JOE MYERS RD 159 926 HOWARDTOWN RO 1 59 566 HOWARDTOWN CIR 159 HOWARDTOWN CIR 4 GI.ENN ALLEN RD 168 349 BLACKWELDER RD 168 704 WAGNER RO 168 168 RALPH RATLEDGE RD 168 972 GEORGIA RD 168 GEORGIA RD 4 TALL TIMBERS DR 168 505 DUKE WHITTAKER RO 168 DUKE WHiHAKERRD 4 BUCKINGHAM LN 168 1001 DUKE WHITTAKER RD 168 370 LOG CABIN RD 168 246 TURKEY FOOT RD 168 SHEFFIELD RD 4 SHEFFIELD FARMS TR 168 SHEFFIELD RD 4 HARDY RD 168 1651 COUNTY LINE RD 168 COUNTY LINE RD 4 EDWARDS RD 168 328 COUNTY LINE RD 168 149 COUNTY LINE RD 168 486 CALAHALN RD 168 1181 CAUHALNRD 168 1367 SHEFFIELD RD 168 610 FRED LANIER RD 168 150 FRED LANIER RD 168 US HWY 64 W 4 CENTER CIR 168 21 5 PARKER RD 168 491 UAMES CHURCH RD 168 411 IJAMES CHURCH RD 168 IJAMES CHURCH RD 4 NORTHBROOK DR 168 171 IJAMES CHURCH RD 168 US HWY 601 N 4 CANA RD 168 MAIN CHURCH RD 4 WILLOW CREEK LN 168 915 MAIN CHURCH RD 168 US HWY 158 4 BUCK MILLER RD 6:57 AM 170 OVERLOOK DR 4 WHITEHEAD DR . 7:05 AM 6:59 AM 170 UNDERPASS RD 4 OAKBROOK DR 7:07 AM 7:03 AM 170 RIVER RD & UNDERPASS RD 7:08 AM 7:05 AM 170 RIVER RO 4 UNDERPASS RD 7:09 AM 7:05 AM 170 UNDERPASS RD 4 UKESIDE DR 7:10 AM 7:12 AM 170 SPRINGFIELD DR 4 UNDERPASS RD 7:11 AM 7:14 AM 170 UNDERPASS RD 4 EASTRIDGE CT 7:11 AM 7:14 AM 170 UNDERPASS RD 4 COUNTRY CIR 7:12 AM 7:17 AM 170 UNDERPASS RD 4 MANHATTAN LN 7:15 AM 7:22 AM 170 UNDERPASS RD 4 JARVIS RD 7:17 AM 7:24 AM 170 264BA1LEYRD 7:22 AM 7:24 AM 170 UNDERPASS RD 4 KEN HOOTS LN 7:25 AM 7:26 AM 170 1828 NC HWY 801 S 7:26 AM 7:26 AM 170 POTTS RD 4 IN AND OUT LN 7:29 AM 7:28 AM 170 192 MOCKS 'CHURCH RD 7:37 AM 7:31 AM 170 NC HWY 801 S 4 RICHMONT LN 7:38 AM 7:39 AM 170 1065 NC HWY 801 S 7:39 AM 7:39 AM 170 600 NCHWY 801 S 7:41 AM 7:43 . 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AM 145 ISTLD, 782 MARKUNDRD 7:43 AM 145 ISTLD 981 MARKUNDRD 7:45 AM 145 ISTLD 1091 BAILEYS CHAPEL RD 7:48 AM AMI 45 ISTLD 345 BAILEYS CHAPEL RD 7:52 AM AM 145 1 ST LD 209 BAILEYS CHAPEL RD 7:53 AM AM145 ISTLD 157 BRIER CREEK RD 7:54 AM' AMI 45 1 ST LD BRIER CREEK RD 4 AUSTINE LN 7:55 AM AM145 ISTLD 167 BROCKUND DR 7:57 AM AMI 45 1 ST LD CORNATZER RD 4 MCDANIEL RD 8:02 AM AMI 45 1 ST LD 2958 CORNATZER RD 8:04 AM AMI45 2ND LD POTTS RD 4 IN AND OUT LN 7:36 AM AM145 2ND LD 345 POTTS RD 7:36 AM 14S2NDLD 1065NCHWY801 S 7:41 AM 145 2ND LD NC HWY 801 S 4 RAINTREE RD 7:42 AM 145 2ND LO SELDOM FARM LN 4 TALWOOD DR7:47 AM 145 2ND LD FIELDWOOD DR 4 TALWOOD DR 7:47 AM 145 2ND LD HIDDEN CREEK DR 4 TALWOOD DR 7:48 AM 145 2ND LD KINGSMILL DR 4 ISLEWORTH DR 7:51. AM 145 2ND LD OAK VAUEY BLVD 4 OAKMONT 0R7:51 AM 145 2ND LD KINGSMILL DR 4 KINGSMILL PL 7:52 'AM 145 2ND LD KINGSMILL DR 4 WHITE EAGLE Ct 7:53 AM 145 2ND LD LONETREE DR 4 KINGSMILL DR 7:57 AM 145 2ND LD KINGSMILL DR 4 KINGSMILL CT 7:59 AM 145 2ND LD 1078 NCHWY 801 S 8:02 AM W ILLIA M R. D A ViE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUS STOP ADDRESS STOP TIM E 122 185 LIBERTY CHURCH RD 7:34 AM 122 837 LIBERTY CHURCH RD 7:37 AM 122 333 DUARD REAVIS RD 7:41 AM 122 SHOFFNER RD 4 SHOFFNER LN 7:46 AM 122 1094 BEN ANDERSON RD 7:56 AM 122 387 BEN ANDERSON RD . 7:59 AM' 122 765 BEAR CREEK CHURCH RD 8:02 AM 122 700 BEAR CREEK CHURCH RD 8:03 AM 122 610 BEAR CREEK CHURCH RD' 8:04 AM 122 1001 DUKE WHITTAKER RD 8:06 AM 122 251 BEAR CREEK CHURCH RD 8:08 AM 122 318 ELMORE RD 8:11 AM 123 4612 US HWY 601 N 7:19 AM 123 203 FOUR CORNERS RD 7:21 AM 123 NC HWY 801 N 4 BRAMBLEWOOD LN 7:21 AM 123 245 FOUR CORNERS RO 7:25 AM 123 . 4554 NCHWY 801 N 7:26 AM 123 5173 US HWY 601 N 7:29 AM 123 CHILDRENS HOME RD 4 PRATT FARM LN 7:30 AM 123 255 LEISURE LN 7:32 AM 123 255 CHILDRENS HOME RD 7:35 AM 123 471 CHILDRENS HOME RD 7:39 AM 123 520 CHINQUAPIN RD 7:41 AM 123 • 714 BELL BRANCH RD 7:43 AM 123 445 BELL BRANCH RD 7:44 AM 123 295 BELL BRANCH RD 7:46 AM 123 2667 LIBERTY CHURCH RD 7:S1 AM 123 JACK BOOE RD 4 WING HAVEN LN 7:57 AM 123 699 JACK BOOE RD 7:57 AM 123 326 JACK BOOE RD 7:59 AM 123 261 JACK BOOE RD 8:00 AM 123 184 FOSTALL DR 8:01 AM 123 127FOSTALLDR 8:02 AM 123 1294 EATONS CHURCH RO 8:05 AM 123 1177 EATONS CHURCH RD 8:06 AM 123 ■457 RICHIE RD 8:11 AM 123 612 RICHIE RD 8:13 AM , 124 3437 US HWY 601 N 7:04 AM 124 1904 SHEFFIELD RD 7:15 AM 124 SHEFFIELD RD 4 HARDY RD 7:16 AM 124 149HARDYRD 7:17 AM 124 1651 COUNTY LINE RD 7:21 AM 124 286 EDWARDS RD 7:23 AM 124 1491 COUNTY LINE RD 7:24 AM 124 328 COUNTY LINE RD 7:29 AM 124 149 COUNTY LINE RD 7:30 AM 124 394 CALAHALN RD 7:36 AM 124 CAUHALN RD 4 BEAVER BRANCH TR 7:38 AM 124 1181 CAUHALNRD 7:40 AM 124 493 DUKE WHITTAKER RD 7:43 AM 124 DUKE WHIHAKER RD 4 BUCKINGHAM LN 7:44 AM 124 784 DUKE WHITTAKER RD 7:45 AM 124 972 GEORGIA RD 7:48 AM 124 SHEFFIELD RD 4 GOBBLE LN 7:56 AM 124 847 SHEFFIELD RD 7:56 AM 124 569 SHEFFIELD RD 7:58 AM 124 526 FRED LANIER RD 8:03 . AM 124 868 RALPH RATLEDGE RD 8:07 ■AM 124 263 RALPH RATLEDGE RD 8:10 AM 172 3227 US HWY 601 N 7:13 AM 172 BRACKEN RD 4 CANDLEWICK LN 7:17 AM 172 349 BUCKWELDER RD 7:22 AM 172 206 MURPHY RD 7:25 AM 172 US HWY 601 N 4 CANDI LN 7:27 AM 172 114 PEPPERSTONE DR 7:28 AM 172 180 PEPPERSTONE DR 7:30 AM 172 297 DANNER RD 7:32 AM 172 DANNER RD 4 CAMELLIA LN 7:33 AM 172 2440 US HWY 601 N 7:33 AM 172 US HWY 601 N 4 CHEYENNE LN 7:34 AM 172 PARKER RD 4 GOODWILL HEIGHTS PL 7:40 AM 172 215 PARKER RD 7:41 AM 172 942 IJAMES CHURCH RD 7:44 AM 172 IJAMES CHURCH RD 4 GRANNAMAN DR 7:45 AM 172 491 IJAMES CHURCH RD 7:46 AM 172 618 IJAMES CHURCH RD 7:46 AM 172 211 STONEY BROOK TR 7:50 AM 172 NORTHBROOK DR & PARKWAY CT 7:52 AM 172 191 NORTHBROOK OR 7:53 AM 172 348 CANA RD 7:57 AM 172 WOODWARD RD 4 BERKSHIRE LN 8:01 AM 172 844 CANA RD 8:07 AM 172 2000 ANGELL RD 8:11 AM 172 ANGELL RD 4 CABANA LN 8:12 AM PINEBROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUS STOP ADDRESS STOP TIM E 108 951 FARMINCTON RD 7:02 AM 108 FARMINGTON RD 4 DUTCHMAN TR 7:05 AM 108 1135 MAIN CHURCH RD 7:15 AM 108 MAIN CHURCH RO 4 WILLOW CREEK LN 7:15 AM 108 ANGELL RD 4 SWEET CREEK TR 7:22 AM 108 ANGELL RD 4 DUSTY HILL RD 7:23 AM 108 364 WOODWARD RD 7:30 AM 108 2670 US HWY 158 7:34 AM 108 266 FOSTER DAIRY RD 7:41 AM 108 186 CHAL SMITH RD 7:45 AM 108 3492 US HWY 158 7:47 AM 108 HOWARDTOWN CIR 4 GLENN AI.I EN RD 7:55 AM 108 617 HOWARDTOWN CIR 7:56 AM 108 114 BLAKELY LN 7:56 AM 114 280 GORDON DR 7:26 AM 114 206 RIDDLE CIR 7:28 AM 114 RIDDLE CIR 4 BUCHIN LN 7:29 AM 114 409 GORDON DR 7:32 AM 114 509 GORDON DR , , v . ,. 7;36 , AM 114 BRENTWOOD DR & CHARLOTTE PL r'' 7 : 3 7 'AM 114 140LESLIECT ' > 7:39-.-.'A lll' 114 251 CREEKWOODDR .7:41 AM;' 114 152 CREEKWOOD DR ■ ' 7:42 AM 114 117FORESrOR 7:44 ' AM 114 187 WOODBURN PL 7:47 AM 114 S CUYBON DR 4 JANLIN LN 7:49 AM 114 S CUYBON DR 4 FREEDOM DR 7:50 AM 114 NC HWY 801 N 4 WILLS RD ’ 7:54 AM 114 REDUND RD 4 POPLAR HILL LN 7:57 AM 116 3S6 PINEVILLE RD 6:41 . AM 116 440 PINEVILLE RD 6:42 AM 116 532 PINEVILLE RD 6:43 AM 116 648 PINEVILLE RD 6:44 AM ‘ 116 1074WY0RD 6:47 AM 116 2257 FARMINGTON RD 6:52 AM 116 151 CRATER SEATS LN 6:58 AM 116 233 N PINO RD 7:09 AM 116 3721 NCHWY 801 N 7:11' AM 116 NC HWY 801 N 4 RYANS WAY 7:13 AM. 116 NC HWY 801 N 4 SHELTON LN 7:13 AM 116 4228 NCHWY 801 N 7:14 AM 116 NC HWY 801 N 4 PONDEROSA RD 7:17 AM 116 801 HOWELL RD 7:20 AM 116 PUDDING RIDGE RD 4 BUCKEYE TR 7:32 AM 116 CORNWALLIS DR 4 GREENE CT , 7:36 AM 116 662 CEDAR CREEK RD 7:41 AM 116 KENNEN KREST RD 4 MALLARD RD 7:53 AM 116 FARMINGTON RD 4 SWEAT TR 7:56 AM 116 375 PINEBROOK DR 7:58 AM 116 236 GILBERT RD 8:01 AM 119 US HWY 158 4 SHALLOWBROOK OR 7:35 AM 119 4218 US HWY 158 7:35 AM 119 US HWY 158 4 LAIRD RD 7:36 AM 119 JUNEY BEAUCHAMP RD 4 US HWY 158 7:36 AM 119 4544 US HWY 158 7:40 AM 119 LONGWOOD DR 4 BETHLEHEM DR 7:41 AM ' 119 DAYE LN 4 REDUND RD 7:43 AM 119 1137 RAINBOW RD 7:45 AM 119 790 RAINBOW RD 7:47 AM 119 RAINBOW RD 4 SPEAKS RD 7:49 AM 119 156FOXRUNDR 7:52 AM 119 213 FOX RUN DR 7:53 AM 119 3750 US HWY 158 7:57 AM 119 302 BOGER RD 8:00 AM 119 US HWY 158 4 BOGER RD 8:01 AM 132 2411 FARMINGTON RD 7:14 AM 132 2815 FARMINGTON RD 7:16 AM 132 1200 SPILLMAN RD 7:18 AM 132 1056 SPILLMAN RD 7:20 AM 132 ARROWHEAD RD 4 DEERFIELD OR 7:23 AM 132 340 SPILLMAN RD 7:26 AM 132 250 MYERS RD 7:29 AM 132 231 SPILLMAN RD '7:31 AM 132 NC HWY 801 N 4 JOE UNGSTON RD 7:33 AM 132 NC HWY 801 N 4 HERONS LN 7:33 AM 132 234 MCKNIGHT RD 7:36. 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Dancing • BIrlhclnys • SIng-A-Longs . |-loliclny Parties IB o o ^ in g i aa [[( 3 3 ó ) g g S - 4 6 S g E m erg en cy stand-by g en erato rs by G en erac Propane/Natural Gas/Diesel • Fully automatic switch over. Oi^ning Soon in Advance! (336) 775-9222 m Automatic Switch Gears Electrical supplies (or all generators Our larger llquidrcooled . standby... Repair and Service Dealer for Oenerac Warning: Never operate portable generators Insjde home. R e p a irs o n P o rta b le G e n e ra to rs a n d \ P re s s u re W a s h e rs : R .V . G e n e ra to rs /A C . A u to m a tic S w itc h e s fo r P o rta b le s m o ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdny, Aug. 5,2004 Spotlight on Business For back to school shopping: Clemmons Discount Sales With the heat and humidity of August at hand, it's easy to forget that faii and winter are Just around the corner. But rest assured - they are comingl So now is the time to start thlnl<ing about shopping for school supplies and other household Items. And as always, you can satisfy your needs with the best selection and prices at Cleijimons Discount-your one stop shopping experience. Great selection of school & oHIco supplies "Bacl< fo school” means back to'Ciemmons Discount in early August. Stocl<ed on the store shelves are a wide variety of scholas­ tic needs including tab Index, tab dividers, dry erase marl<er boards (8X10), dry erase mari<ers, organizers, Post-It notes and flags. Also In stock are Glue All and glue sticks, pencils, gel-intensity roller pens, line point markers permanent, rulers, highlighters, tape and tape dispensers and electronic calcula­ tors. Dbn’t forget Ihe wide array of food snacks for those lunches Including the little brown bags. Home decorating and home repair Items In stock Wilh tho kids away at school, August Is also a good time to start on the home decorating and Improvement projects you have put off throughout the summer. Clemmons Discount has just received a new shipment of light fixtures for the entire house, for inside and out, from dining room to bathroom. And as always, you will Iind plumbing and electrical supplies for repair lobs around tho house. They also carry A/C units and Arnold Bakery ^Thrift Store of Ciemmons The Arnold Bakery Thrift Slore in Clemmons sells delicious, high-quality bread, snacks and other related products, includ­ ing low-fat, no-fat and no-sugar products at savings up to 60 percent of suggested retail. Some of the most popular items are Entemann’s cookies, pastries, cakes and pies: and Boboll line of pizza crusts, plus a wide range of specialty food items. For meals, sandwiches and get-togethers, the store fea­ tures the Arnold line of premium America breads, rolls and buns, which include Brownberry, Brick Oven, Francisco and Bran’ola, a hearty line of breads that are baked with all-natu- ral whole grains. New Arnold breads which do no have any trans fats Include 7 Grains, Honey Wheat Berry, Hearty Multi Grain, Oatnut (with hazelnuts), Oatbran, Sourdough and 100% Whole Wheat. The Arnold Bakery Thrift Store also sells Thomas ba­ gels and English muffins. Super-size muffins, and naturally low-fat Sahara pits are also available. The thrift storo has an unbelievable Inventory of Pepperldge Farm premium snacks, crackers, cookies and Goldfish; Snyder of Hanover pretzels and flavored potato chips; Old London products. Including their famous Melba Toast and Waffle Snacks; Voortman cookies; Utz pretzels and chips. Famous Amos cookies and Little Debbie snacks. The Arnold Bakery Thrift Store has Amlsh jams and rel­ ishes, local honey, Mrs. Campbell’s homestyle chow-chow, VIdalla Sweetsrellshes, as well as Golding Farms honey, molasses, salad dressings, and steak, barbeque, cocktail and tartar sauces. Moravian Lovefeast are delivered fresh on Fridays from Jones Bakery when available. The thrift store’s unique Inventory of famous Stash Tea in­ cludes traditional flavors of black, green and herbal teas as well as triple ginseng teas from India, and oriental blends you would drink in Japan and China for health benfits. The store also has Exotic Tea, which Includes rare flavors such as 811- € Й 1 В И И 0 Ш . •CD 998-9661 ✓ Climate Control / 24 hr Computerized Gate / Fenced with 24 hr lighting / Sizes 5x5 up to 10x20 / Video Camera Security / Next to Bermuda Quay 146 Commerce Dr., Advance T I L E R I T E (3 3 6 ) 8 1 3 -T IL E J 8 4 S 3 ) WemstaB cemnvc and stone tile. fijiJy wncd b u ira (w 16 We tAc p rt STORE BAKERY I THRIFT I U G L Y R O O F S T A I N S REMOVED FOR A LIKE NEW LOOKII Nation's Laigest & Oldest Roof Stain Removers R oof-B rite'^ 785-2030, 100 Royal Oak Dt.. 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Clemmons Discount Is also having a Summer Blow-Out Special where you can buy ope clothing item and get one of equal or lesser value free of charge. Wednesdays are Senior Citizen Discount Days And don't forget lhat every Wednesday Is Senior Citizen Discount Day with seniors receiving a 10% discount. Public auctions are held on Mondays. For dates and lot times, visit www.clemmonsdlscount.com or call 766-3132. Clemmons Discount is located at 1533 Lewisville-Clemmons Road (a block north of Ronnie's Wings.) Business hours are Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 766-4449 for more inlormation. garlic and spicy items. The Arnold Bakery Thrift Store is conveniently located in Clemmons at 2668 Lewisville-Clemmons Road, across from the new DOLLARBUYS Store. Store hours are l\/londay through Friday 9-7, Saturday 9-6 and Sunday 12-5. Phone 766-3080. /1 tlvertising Promotiom SAVINGS up ■ à /%' EVERYDAY •<- 4 U Svniur CUiivn» l)ikcount> BACK TO SCHOCM.! 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Hamptonville, NC 27020 a n t fi,r nin-ctloia ,So .Siinriny Г м Л Г ^ г D a v i e P e o n i e DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 - Cl D o w n A t T h e R i v e n B a p t i s m s H e l d A t T h e B u l l h o l e COOLEEMEE - It was near­ ing dusk. Children were surf­ ing the small rnpids in the South Yadkin River. Others lounged on the sand beach in lawn chairs. But over 75 others appeared on the bedrock of the river's shoals below the dam. They were there to witness the firsl baptism servicc at RiverPark at Cooleemee Falls, known to locals as "The Bullhole." ■ They were members of the Cooleemee Church of God and they were there for a more seri­ ous, yet joyous purpose. One after another, nine stepped forward to confess Jesus Christ as their personal savior and be fully immersed by the Rev. Robert Hullette. The youngest was 3-year-old Nicholas Hepler. At over 80, Georgia Godbey was the oldest. "The Lord laid it on my heart to do it. It's wonderful," Mrs. Hepler said. Others baptized were Darían and Elizabeth Hepler, Charles D. Turner, Carolyn Duncan, Latisha Hawkins, Tera McBride and Chris Wilson. Some other park visitors watched and listened. Most kept swimming and or playing as the sun began to set. But church members had only one focus. "This new park is a sign of change for the better in our com­ munity," Hullette said in n brief sermon before positioning him­ self in the waler. "And these bap­ tisms .show a change of heart for the better." Durian and Elizabeth Hepler said they were baptized because "we love the Lord und wanted lo mnke n public statement of faith. If it wnsn't for Ihe Lord I don't know where we'd be," snid Elizabeth. Hullette and his wife. Char­ ity, came lo Cooleemee about two yenrs ngo from Burke County. "Many churches have gotten away from baptizing in the wa­ ter. 1 understand this used to be a place where the community held a lol of baptisms. It is a posilive thing to have u public service, »public confession. It's n beautiful thing," said Hulletle. The Rev. Robert Hullette, pastor of Cooleemee Ctiurch of God gives a brief sermon before baptisms commence at RiverPark at Cooleemee Falls. - Photos by Lynn Rumley Georgia Godbey praises the Lord after her baptism. Over 75 members of the Cooleemee Church of God stand on the bedrock shoals of the river below the dam. The baptisms included full immersion in the South Yadkin River. L o c a l D a n c e r s P e r f o r m I n C h a r l e s t o n Davie School of Dunce and 18 oilier dance school from the southeastern and midwest attended the Nexslar nationiil dance competition in Charleston, S.C. from July 15-18. Not only did the students have a great time performing their dnnce routines, but they were able to watch greal danc­ ers from other regions of the country and their performances. The following students performed and received these placements; Autumn Stowers; 6 yrs. age category in ballet: gold-1st place. Leah Davis; 12 yrs. age category in modem ballet; higli gold-1st placc. Ashley Murphy; 15 yrs. of age category in modern ballet; high gold-1st place. Jadn Burroughs and Autumn Stowers; 6 yrs. age in hip- hop; gold-2nd place. Leah Davis and Ashley Murphy; 13-15 yrs. of age in mod­ em ballet; high gold-1st place. Kimmie Carter, Kaiah Edringlon, Hannah Hendrix, tmd A.shley Murphey; 13-15 yrs. of age in clogging; high silver- 2nd place. Tori Bolding, Kalah Edrington, Hannah Hendrix, Tiffany Kelly, Ashley Murphy, Amber Wugner, and Stacy Wood; 16- 17 yrs. of age in hip-hop; gold-1 st place. Stephanie Cid, Leah Davis, Kaluh Edrington, Jordan Hendrix, Ashley Murphy, Corey Spell, Brook Vj’uni, Megan Whittaker, 14 yrs. of age in jazz; gold-2nd place. Stephanie Cid, Leah David, Kulnh Edringlon, Jordan Hendrix, Ashley Murphey, Corey Spell, Brook Want, and Megan Whittaker; 13-15 yrs. of age in modern liuiiet; gold- 1st place. Stephanie Cid, Leah Davi.s, Jordan Hendrix, Ashley Murphy, Corey Spell, and Brook Wunt; 14 yrs. of age in tap; gold-2nd place, School Technology Rapidly Changing True or futsc, ticvorilina to lilt’ Norlh Curolina Slaiularil Comsv of Slmly, ucamd grmlcis shouiii he able lo ii.ie a .'¡/¡mulslieii lo enter, ilisplay and identify .wince.': of data? The Mebane Challenge Grant for Davie County Schools will provide $750,000 if the communily can raise $1.5 million for leclinoiogy and preschool needs Ihrouglioiit Ihe counly. Upcoming articles will focus on Ihe types of technology out there lliut schools could choose to purchase with funds raised, for sludenls and leucliers. The prcschool program under consideration will be di.scu.ssed by the people involved and the teachers. A long time ago, teachers used blackboards. Then someone created the dry erase board and the overhead projector. One turned their hands blue when they erased it; the other blinded them when they tried to write something with il on. Recently Ihe Challenge Grant commitlee cabinet met to witness the newest in classroom technology. Now, there ure the Activboards und Activotes. Imagine if a teacher could get inslani Icedback from sliulenls to see how much of lier class understood the lesson material before moving on? Willi these producls from, she can. Activboards are 74-inch CMPOWERINQ OUR CIIILDRIN THROUOH TEOHHOIOOV C o m in t T o g ê th e r to M o a t I tio U o b a a o O h a llo iig o touch screens, run from a compuier with a projector suspended from the ceiling. Tliose lessons could be run off a computer, using PowerPoint or other software. Or, she can write directly onto the board using a computerized stylus. Her handwriting appears. She can highlight specific pieces. She can delete things. Most importantly, she can save ull the information she goes over in cluss and make il available via the Internet for students who were absent or parents trying to help with homework. If her compuier is connected to the Internet, a teacher can touch a link und iiuve the website appear on screen to show students what they’ve been talking about -on a screen big enough for the entire class lo.see il clearly. “Research shows thut stu­ dents get more from a presenta­ tion on TV, when they’re 18 inches from Ihe screen," said Knren Martin, Shndy Orove Elementary School fourth grade teuclicr. “Kids in our classes ure at least five feet away because the TVs nre mounted off Ihe ceiling in a corner of the room,’’ Thai’s jusl the beginning. I ler sludenls can do problems on the board. They can drag and drop text to fill in blanks on pructice tests. And they can take pnictice tests and know imniedi- uiely if Iheir answers were righl. That trick comes from the .second piece of technology lhat comes with the board; the Activole voting egg. If you can picturc an egg-shaped remote control, you’ve got Ihc idea. For Instance, let’s say you had one of the voting eggs, and I asked you the following question: Trtic or fai.ie, according lo tiie Norlh Carolina Standard Course of Sludy, second graders should be able to use a spreadsheet to enter, display and identify sources of data? You would press A for true und B for fnlse. Each egg is numbered und everyone in liie room voles. Across llie lop of the Activboard, the number for each egg turns a color when lhal person has voted. When all the voles ure in, the leacher cnn instantly tabulate the votes and see whnt percent of the clnss got Ihe answer righl, More lhan iliai, she can look at each person’s response and see who needs uddilional iielp. The answer, by Ihe wny, is True. Thul’s righl. Your 7-yeur-old is supposed lo know how lo use Excel by the end of the school year. Four Shndy Grove Elemen- lury School teachers saw Ihe technology used in a Thomas- villc school and believed so strongly in the technology and the curriculum lhat went with il, that they're changing the way they teach firsl nnd fourth grnde. In addition to this technol­ ogy, the classrooms in this scliool had video cameras fo­ cused on the .students und Ihe teacher (which cut behavioral issues), and a built in audio system. The teacher wore u Inpel microphone, and students were able lo ask questions using a handheld microphone. “The focus level in the class­ room was unbelievable," said Sandy Rogers, a first grade leacher al Shndy Grove. “If the class was having a discussion, a sludent was given the micro­ phone when il wns their turn to speak. Handing them the ‘microphone wns n wonderful vlsunl lhat focused ull attention on Ihni child, mnking il clear lhat il was his turn to lalk. Classroom management and behavior improved when they started using this." "With un Activboard, the kids could be more active in cluss," suid Knren Martin, Shady Grove fourth grade teacher. “Tliey coidd be more involved in learning. And tliey loved lo dc Ihis so much they’d tell ench other not to touch their eggs Tliey didn’t want lo lo.se Ihcm. See Technology - Page Cf C2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 Surali Eli/.ubclh Dnvidson of Clemmons and Steven Clirislo- pher Cornalzer of Advance were married Snturday, July 24 at Ardmore Baptist Churcli. The Rev. G.TVIcrTalten Ji. ofncinted at tlie 4 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Steve and Shnrrone Davidson of Clemmons. She isu 1999 gradu­ ate of West Forsylh Higli School and a 2001 gradunte of Leon's Beauty School. She is employed ut Golden Shear in Mocksvillc. The groom is the son of Jeffery Corniii/.cr of Advancc and Linda Cornalzer of Advunce. He is il 1994 graduate of Duvic High School and the owner of Cornutzer Plumbing. The bride WKS escorted lo the . altur by her fulher. Stephanie Davidson uf Clemmons, the bride's sislcr, nnd Rebecca Haire of Charlotte were the imiids of honor. Bridesmaids 5' were Julie Current; Brandi Cornatzer News By Uolllc Polls Cornalzer Correspondent lloinoconinig services will be held ill Cornal/.cr Baptist Cliurch on August IS. Uvcryone is wclconie. Hobby aiul Jackic Winters und lilaine and Ralph Kcid roluriicd liome lasl week after s|H.'ndiiij’ Iwo weeks in Alaska louring and cruis­ ing. Kuye Morris and daugiilcr. Kristy Gaines, and grandsons spent last week at the bench. Homer Potts and Dub Potts vis­ iled Mae Laird at Somerset Court last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smilh vis­ ited Mr. und Mrs. Ilomcr Potts Snt- urday night. Sharon Polls is recupeniling from injuries she received in a full. She injured her teeth and mouth. Г Г C e d a r R o c k A s s is te d L iv in g of Mocksville Kathy Corriher Tonya Rhoads Cfdar Rock is promt to .uiliite their dietary xKiJf for oittsiaiuiiiif; xerviee.Here at Cedar Rock we are very ¡¡rotui of our dietary stuff who reeentiy, thanks to their hard work, received tt ‘J9.5 health raliiifi/ Kalhy Corriher, Dietary Supervisor luid Tonya Rhoads, assistant, work very hard to iimimitin a safe, clean environment. They serve J meals and J siuicks per day, keepliif! in regulation with our re.Ments specific doctors ordered diets. They hoth have a with the spoon, nnd temp our palates with tasty food!On hehaif of the staff and re.Meiiis we would like lo lluink them for all their hard work, and especially for the delicious meals they .lerve!Congratulations ladies! C e d a r R o c k 191 Crestview Drive Mocksville (336)751-1515' ' HhcUtt SfliHmo/is ^iMfge Enough to Serve - Sinall Enough to Care Wall-Dixson Couple United In Marriage Mrs. Steven Christopher Cornatzer D a v id so n -C o rn a tz e r C o u p le S p e a k V o w s Cornatzer, the groom's cousin: Stucy Lewis; Katherine Phillips; nnd Shawn Hodgins, the bride's cousin. The groom’s father served as best mnn. Oropmsmcn were Steven Davidson, the bride’s brother; Burr Myers; Tommy Harris; Richard Dunn; Chad Cornalzer, Ihc groom’s brother; and Jamie Barnes. U,shers were Neil Cornnt/.cr, Scott Cornalzcr and Derek Cornatzer, the groom's cousins. Hunter Barnes of Advance and Taylor Hedgepeth of Pcnsacoln, FI«., the bride's cousin, were the flower girls. Joseph Myers of Advance wu.s the ring bearer. A reception at the Village Inn Golf and Conference Centcr in Clemmons followed the cer­ emony. After a wedding trip lo the Dominican Republic, the couple will live in Advance. Mnndy Lynn Wall of Ad­ vunce and Philip Morgun Dixson of Winslon-Snlem were united in murriiigc at 12 noon July 31 nl Clemmons Moravian Church. The Rev. Ray Burke ofTici- ated. The wedding reception was held al Bermuda Run Counlry Club. The bride is the daughter of John and Rhonda Wall of Ad­ vance. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James P. More field of Winston-Salem. Paternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Wall. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina al Charlotte and is employed by the Winston-Sa­ lem Policc Department. The groom is the son of Linda R. Dixson of Winston-Salem nnd Ronuld and Shelly Dixson of Lewisville. Maternal grandpar­ ents arc Virginin F. Rose and the late Dr. I.W. Rose, Jr. of Rocky Mount. Paternal gnindparcnts arc the lute Mr. nnd Mrs. C.E. Dixson Sr. He nttended High Point (Jtii- versity and is employed by the North Carolina Highway Pntrol of Winston-Snlem. He ulso served in the United Stales Navy. The bride was escorted by her father. She was allended by Ginger Hendrix as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Gina Mor­ gan, Mindy Moreficid the cousin of the bride. Honorary attendants were Amy Adkins, Erin Baldwin, Kelli Reich, Shnnnon Parks, Krissi Shoot, Suzanne Dodge, Cayce Hill, Rebecca Dixson, Anna Wilson, and Brook Casbion. The flower girt was Maddie Cushion of Kernersville and Amy Adkins was the scripture render. Program and guest register were Kelli Rctch and Erin Baldwin.' Terry Hicks provided organ music and Robert Stanley played (гип!?«, Wedding director was Kristine Kokoski. The best man was. Mnll Dixson, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Ronald Dixson nnd Gtcg Conrad, friend of the groom. Honorary groomsman wns Andrew P. Dixson, son of the groom. Ushers were Matt Wnll, Brant Moreficid, Bryan Baker, and Jake Cashion. Following a honeymoon trip , to St. Lucia the couple will re­ side in Advunce. L o n g w o r t h - F o r r e s t E n g a g e m e n t A n n o u n c e d Mr. and Mrs. Donald Longworth of Advunce announce the en­ gagement of their daughter, Christy Irene Longworth to Chad Aus­ tin Forrest, son of Norman and the lale Carol Forrest of Mocksville. The bride-to-be is employed with ACS Benefit Services, Inc. in Winslon-Salem. The groom-lo-be is manager of Formac Automotive of Mocks­ ville. A wedding dnte of Oct. 9 is .set nt the home of Normnn Forrest. U m ^ 3 n /U /n a Watervl^ll Drilling D o e s Y o u r W a t e r H a v e a B a a T a s t e o r O d o r ? "A It can be fixed with an affordable Water Conditioning System C a ll W e b b W e ll D r illin g fo r a ll y o u r w a te r n e e d s . 9 9 8 -4 3 2 1 , le a v e m e s s a g e Mrs. Philip Morgan Dixson ■ Social Events • On June 5 u home nnd gar­ den shower wus hosted by Brooke nnd Jake Cashion. • On June 28 n shower wus hosted by Lindn Hnll, Brenda Sink, and Donna Chnmberlnin. • On July 17 n shower wns hosted by Gnylynn Irby, Ginger Hendrix, und Ginn Morgan. • A bridesmaid lunchcon wns given by the bride's mother on July 30 at Villnge House. • A rehearsal dinner wns given by the groom’s mother, Linda Dix.son, und the groom's grnnd- mother, Virginin Rose, at Salem Glen Counlry Club. B i l l A n d L e e H i n d s C e l e b r a t e 4 0 t h W e d d i n g A n n i v e r s a r y Bill and Lee Hinds celebrated their 40lh wedding anniversary on Saturday, July 31. Fate brought the two together on a blind date and a yciir later they were married. Bill was serving in the Navy and Lee was enrolled in a junior college in South Carolina. During their marriage, the couple lived in many cities.throughoul the U.S. and Europe. Bill served on, naval submarines for 18 yenrs and Lee worked wilh Nnvy wives orgnnizntions and the community. After 23 years of dedicating their lives to tho Navy, the two fi­ nally .settled down in Mocksville. Bill nnd Lee have been blessed with two children. Their daughter, Kntie, is mnrried to Keith Lumlcy nnd lives in Mocksville. Their son, John, mnrried Mary Catherine Bmicr nnd resides in Rnleigh. The couple will celebrate their anni­ versary in the mountains of North Carolina. Four Corners News By Murle While Four Comers Correspondent Mr. und Mrs. Grady Bcck at­ tended Homecoming Sunduy al Bear Creek Baptist Church. Mrs. John.sie Shellon is slowly improving after recent surgery. Re- cenl visitors were Mrs. Frank Ihnvkins, Mrs. Marie Miller, Mrs. Joyce Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Adiims. Mr. and Mrs. Joe While visiled Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cnrr Harpe Sun­ day night. Anoiher Four Corners Reunion is planned on Four Corners ground Aug. 2! nl 4 p.m. All former resi­ dents and current residents are in­ vited locome. Bring a lawn chair and your favorite dessert. I t ’s y o u r t u r n t o c h a n g e y o u r l i f e i n 3 0 m i n u t e s . 3 3 6 -7 5 3 -2 3 4 8 375 Hospital St., Suite A Mocksville, NC 27028 O ver 7 , 0 0 0 lo ca tio m to serve you. Jo in N o w 6 6 % O f f S e r v ic e F e e (( im u l lliH iiiu h S.ii. H I lO II Wc can liclp ai Curves. And now there's one in your neighborhood. Curves is diitiy-minuie filncss, commonsense weight loss and llie support you need to do both, Cali us today and discover what over 3 million women already know; that al Cutvcs, your dreams arc our goals. 11„. ydur.sdl’. mnv.curvcsiiiicrnatlon.il.com kur.1 eg fiiu ,ш| lu,IB IJ iio 1,1 («.ум Nm .tU u,wktiUlct ■ib- ь ц ' %,:■ I«)kirlh ♦; '.Л ' № - Robert Clay Johnson was born July 26 at 6:11 n.m. to Holly and Brady Johnson of Sparks, OK. Mflti'rnal grand­ parents are Robert and Kay Landry of Clemmons, and Su­ san and Dan Martin of Ports­ mouth, NH. Maternal great- grandparents are Bob & Vir­ ginia Landry of Elkin, NC and Arlene Fledrlck of Olbsonvillc, NC. Paternal grandparents are Bob & Shirley Johnson of Sparks, OK. Madeline “IVInddie” Eliza­ beth Ford turned 6 years old on Sunday, July 25. Shti cel­ ebrated with a “Brat/.” party with her family and friends at FunStatlon. Maddie is the big sister of Jesse, and daughter of Klint and Sheree Ford of Moorcs­ ville. She is the granddaughter of Janet and Woodic Bales of Advance and Becky and Dan Ford of Matthews. Her great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClamrock of Mocksville, and Nelle Ford and Dorothy Speering of North Augusta, SC. Wc would like to thank ev­ eryone for the nice gifls and for helping us celebrate Maddle’s 6th birthday. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 - C3 Caleb Mathis celebrated his first birthday on Sunday, July 2S. My fnmily threw me a flretruck party. They served hamburgers and hot dogs to my guests, I had n flretruck ccake and cake squares for my buests. There was another flretruck cake Just me to to play in. I had red icing all over me and gramniy look lots of pictures. After the cake I en­ joyed opening all of my pre­ sents. My daddy and mommy are Shnnnon and Stephanie Mathis of Advance. My mater­ nal grandparents arc Barron and Leesa Church und Ronald ond Tammy Howell of Ad­ vance. My paternal grandpar­ ents are Shane and Tina Free­ man of Mocksville. My mater­ nal great-grandparents are Robert “Bo” and Mona Potls, Loyd and Verna Dunn, all of Advance, Holt Howell of Mocksviile, Ruth Church of Walkertown nnd Mable Hatfield of Salisbury. My pa­ ternal great-grandmother Is Goergla Sheets of Mocksville. A special thanks to everyone who attended by first birthday party. Love, Caleb. George Hamilton IV will sing at Macedonia on Aug. 7. M a s / c L e g e n d T o B e H e r e Country and gospel music legend George Hamilton IV will per­ form Saturday, Aug. 7 nt Macedonia Moravian Church in Advancc. The 7:30 p.m. perfonnance will be free. A love offering will be taken. A Moravian and Winston-Salem native, Hamilton has been a member of Ihe Grand Ole Opry for more than 40 years and has been called an international ambassador of counlry music. He was the firsl counlry musician lo perform in the former So­ viet Union. 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Laymen, Optometrist 198-B Hospital St., Mocksvillc • 7S1-S734 T 'f# » V ii ( ' ' Lula Howard lA / o m a n C e le b r a t e s 9 3 r d B i r t h d a y Lola Howard of Mock Placc celebrated her 93rd birthday on July 1.*). Family and friends helped celebrate by giving her her a parly on July 18 at her residence. Miss Lola, us she is often called by friends, raised 11 children. She has 34 grandchildren, 62 great-grandchildren und three grcut-greut-gruiidchildren. G r a n t J o r d a n C o m p l e t e s T r a i n i n g Army Reserve Pvt. Grunt M. Jordnn hns grndunted from ba­ sic combat Iraining al Fort Jack- .son, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and pructicc in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical war­ fare and bayonet training, drill und ceremony, marching, rifle mnrksmnnship, armed nnd un­ armed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice .system, basic first aid, fbol marches, and field training exercises.' i He is the son of Helen Jor­ dan of Salisbury Streel, Mocks­ ville, Jordan Is a 1997 graduate of Duvie High School. Erika Sprinss Erika's Dream Of Being A Nurse Is Coming True Because Op Her Dedication And Scholarship. For Л0 long Л8 she can rvmuinbor, Eril{<i Springe wnnteJ (o worl< in lienltlicare. Site tooli tliu riglit claeece ftt South Rownn Higli Scliool nnil coneitlereci euveral liualtli carcer optioiiii before cluciding to become a micsc. Her excellent grades nml engaging pureonaliiy provoj beneficinl for piiretting her dream. At age 17, however, GciU liecame pregnant nml suiltlenly (acetl ilifficiilt clioicce. Slie lived with her grandmother, which helped, but licr fast (ooj rcetuutanl job proviJoil only a »mail income. The tlronm of atlcncling colk'^ii eucmuJ an iniiirmountalilu goal. Hope camo (or Btika llirougli llirce cmploycos nt Rowan Regional Medical Center. Vice President Vnlaric Stewart learned about her tlirougli nn eeeny Eflkn wrote wliile applying (or a ecliolarsliip from n United Way agency. Vainrie talL-ed witli Wyna Howe, a nurse in Education & Wellnuse, wlio helped Rrihn npply for a scbolarsliip from Rownn i^egioiial Medicnl Center. Soon aiterwnrd, Eribn had a healthy Lahy hoy and started school with her ecliolnrsliips nt Winslon-Salem Slate Univcrsily. But with money still an issue, she ngnin fnccd giving up college and her lifelong drenm. I'ortunntely, Sherry Trawiclj in the medical center's Human Resources Department found Eriha a pnrt-time joh in our Laboratory. 1 he job he|ped Erilin with her finances and allowed her to continue her educntion. I^eceiitly, Eriba wne inducted Inlo the National Honor Sooioty, another indication of how she's building n better future for herself and her young eon. Before long, she’ll achieve her dream of becoming a mitse because of her determination, sacrifice, devotion and strength. The same (|uallties we see every day in our employee» al Rowan Regional Medical Center. Rowan Regional Medical Center 612 Mocksville Avenue • Salisbury, North Carolina • 28144 • www.rowan.org Vatarie Stewart, Wym Hovx orni Slieriy TVniuicfc I 5!C4 - DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdny, Aug. 5,2004 C o o l e e m e e S r . C i t i z e n s L e a r n A b o u t B o o n e T r ip On Monday, July 12, the Cooleemee Senior Citizens met in Ihe lower auditorium of First Bnptist Church. Tlie meeting was called to order by President Reba Holt. She asked Margie Milholcn to give the opening prayer. Daisy Ridenhour led the club in sing­ ing the hymn. “Take Time to Be Holy," pinyed by Margaret Royster, Holt gave the devotion. She read Genesis 32:28. Using the church bulletin she spoke aboul self-examination. Holl con­ cluded the devotion with prayer. The ininutes of the last meet­ ing, sunshine and treasury reports were given by Helen Jacobs, Hannah Jones and Milholcn, The roll was called by Bobbie Daniels, with 19 members and a visitor prcscnl, Barbara Thornton gave the Davie Senior Services report. She lold about the October 19 bus trip to Boone. Each club member will pay $15, nnd the club will pay the balance. The tour bus will stop for a family style meal at Daniel Boone Inn, followed by a trip to the’Masl General Store. For more infor­ mation please contact Barbara. The members sang the club .song, “The More We Get To- I Davie Sdioolfif Dance I O P E N H O U S E a t 142 N, M am St, M ocksviUe. M a n , , A u g . T l h r m ^ T h t a r s . , A Ì i g . 1 2 ’’ S :3 0 p > n u - 8 :3 0 p .n u S a t,,A u g . 1 4 "’ • 1 0 : 0 0 a . m , w t H l2 p . n u C L A S S E S I N •Tap* •Qogging* •Jazz «Hip Hop* » Ballet • Modem • •Pointe • Adult Tap &Jazz • Social & Ballroom Dancing • F o r M o r e I n f b r m a t i o n C a U ( 3 3 6 ) 7 5 1 - 2 8 9 8 ■■ L,, ............................................................ D a v i e C o i m t y C i t i z e n s f o r V e m o n R o b i n s o n I n v i t e Y o u t o a P a t r i o t i c R a l l y F e a t u r i n g Ambassador A l a n K e y e s T h e P r e m i e r C o n s e r v a t i v e S p o k e s m a n U p h o l d i n g O u r M o s t I m p o r t a n t V a l u e s I n t r o d u c t i o n h y Vem on Robinson, R e p u b l i c a n C a n d i d a t e f o r C o n g r e s s S a t u r d a y , A u g u s t 1 4 1 2 : 0 0 N o o n N o r t h D a v i e M i d d l e S c h o o l A u d i t o r i u m (497 Faimington Rd., just off Interstate 40) Paid for by Robinson For Congress gether." before enjoying large slices of watermelon, purchased from Oil’s. The watermelon was prepared by Colleen Moore, Daisy Ridenhour, Dot Hainby and Ethel Messick. On a previous meeting, the club met June 12 at the church. Holt called the meeting lo order. Following prayer Ihe members sang the hymn, “Count Your Blessing,” played by Alicc M, Barron, Holt was in charge of the pro­ gram, She inviled Lynne T, Doss, administrator for Davie County Hospital, to be the guest speaker, Doss lold about DCH’s history. It opened its doors to patients on March 1, 1956, starting with 30 beds. Room rates were; $12 for private and $9 for semi-private. By 1965 Ihe hospital had ex­ panded wilh 29 new beds. By the 1970s, the govemment made changes that affected the hospital. More people were be­ ing treated as outpatients. Dur­ ing the early 1980s, Medicare In- stituted a new method of healthcare payment to hospitals to lower' the inpatient volumes. On Jan, 1,2002, DCH bccnme a Critical Acccss Hospital, The hospital now offers inpatient nursing services, 24-hour emer­ gency care nnd a range of hcalihcare services. Milholcn gave the opening prayer, following Ihe program. Holt read Psalm 38:15-16 (David’.s prayer and compas­ sion), and from a devotional: Women, The roll was called by Daniels, There were 15 members and a visitor present. The sun- .shine, treasury and Davie Senior Services reports were given by Jones, Milholcn and Thornton, The meeting was adjourned with Ihe Lord’s Prayer and Ihe singing of the club song. The next meeting will be held at the church at 10 a,m, on Monday, Aug, 9, Visitors arc welcome. 5 0 Y e a r s Three members of Mocksville Chapter 173, Eastern Stars, were pre­ sented 50-year Veter-an’s Medals recently - Vena Harris, Helen Hendricks and Beulah Hartledge. Pictured above, Charles Anderson, District Deputy Grand Patron, Vena Har­ ris, Helen Hendricks, Jeanette Wilkie, District Deputy Grand Matron, Cecil Cartner, Worthy Pa­ tron, and Patsy Staley, Worthy Matron. At right is Beulah Hartledge with Wiikie and Staley, I a p p r e c ia te ttie c tia n c e to ru n fo r C o u n ty C o m m is s io n e r . 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This Sunday the church will celebrate “Going Back To School," The worship servicc will, feature a special message of encouragement for youlh by layperson Kenny Turner, After the Worship service school supplies will be given to all the youlh and a period of fellowship and refreshments will follow, Piney Grove will sponsor an all day water park trip to Huntersville for all vacation Bible school students this Friday, Students are asked to meet at the church at 9 a,m, Cosl of the Irip is $10 per sludenl and a picnic lunch will be provided. This Saturday Cnivnry Baptist Church will have a church wide family cookout and ballgame at the Jericho- Hardison Ruritan Cenler on Greenhill Roud, Tho cookout will include a hotdog roast and a fi.sh fry with all the trimmings. Activities will begin nt 2 p,m, and last unlil “the last person leaves," The Calvary Bnptist Men will meel for a breakfasi al 7:30 a,m, Ihis Sunday in the church fellowship hall. The men will have a special speaker, Dale Gryden, and have invited the women to join them. The Melhodisi Women of Clarksbury United Melhodisi Church will meet jointly with the women of Ml, Bethel Church al 7 p,m, Ihis Monday, The meeting will be held in the fellowship hall of Mt, Bethel, Kay Holshouser of Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church in Slatesville will be Ihe featured program speaker, A period of fellowship and refreshments will follow Ihe program, Clarksbury will be having a two day revival Aug, 13-14 followed by the chureh homecoming on Aug, 15. Please mark these dates on your calendar now. The V-Point Ruritan steering coinmitlee for the memorial for Dr, Robertson is diligently working on the design nnd dedication of the memorial. Some of you have shared stories with Dr, Robertson, If you have stories, please call 492-5115 or email .sdtlink@holmail,com The Ruritans are sponsoring a ham breakfasi on Salurday moming, Aug, 28, to help raise funds for the memorial. Please mark this dale on your calendar. Funds for some "up-front” costs are needed now. If you would like lo make a donation, just send a check payable lo “V-Point Ruritan Club - Dr, J,M, Roberlson Memorial” lo this address; Ed Cartner, 160 Stroud M ill Road, Harmony, N,C, 28634, Our community extends its deepest sympathy to Mike and Polly Barnhardt, Mike’s father,, George (Hump) died this past weekend. We have had no reported new hospitalizations. Estelle Thorne remains at Iredell Memorial Hospital for rehabilitation. Virginia Daywalt has been recuperating at Whitaker Care of Í •M ■¿J f if* ;ù fe e : Breakfast Planners The V-Point Ruritan Club will sponsor a ham breakfast Saturday, Aug. 28 from 6-10 a.m. at the community building on Old Mocksville Road. Sausage gravy, red-eye gravy, biscuits, scrambled eggs, sausage, country ham and fried apples will be served, all you can eat. Donations appreciated. Proceeds will go to help build the Dr. James "Mebane" Robertson Memorial. Forsyth Medical Center, Lee Cartner's surgery has been scheduled Ihis week at the VA Hospital in Salisbury, Join us as we pray for the Lord’s comfort and healing in the lives of Ihe above residents, who are experiencing difficult limes due to illness or the death of a loved one. If you have news for this column, please call 492-5115 or email sdllirik@hotmail,com Until next week, we hope you enjoy shopping, visiting, or just driving aboul in County Line, P i n o N e w s By Nora Lntham Pino Correspondent Wc were glad to have Joyce Parrish visiting Wesley Chapel on Sundny, Louise Dill celebrated her birthday last week. On Thursday, she and her husband, Bob, had lunch with her brother and sister- in-law, Harmon and Nora Lalham. Her cousin, Harriel Downey, joined Ihem, That night she had dinner al Ihe Sagebru.sh in Clemmons with her son, Bob, and his family, Friday night, her daughter, Fran, and husband, Dennis, hosted a cookout for her ut their home in Arcndia, Others atlending were Bob and Brenda Dill, John and Faith Dill, Amber Dill, Megan Cravcr, Jim and Chinera Latham and Bob and Kathy Ellis, Brooks and Anne Bames and dauglitcr, Elizabetli, of Onancock, Va, relumed home on Sundny af­ ter spending a few days with her parents, James and Lelia Essie, They cnmc especially to allend the wedding of her niece, Rebecca Essie, on Saturday, July 31, Ted nnd Mindy Williams spent last week in Gettsburg, Pa, They visited several Civil War memo­ rials. 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M a in S t. • S a lis b u ry • (7 0 4 ) 6 3 3 -8 4 8 4 C6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 Obituaries Barry Wayne Vandiver Mr, Barry Woyne Vandiver, 50, of Pfafftown, died Wednes­ day, July 28,2004 at Wuke For­ est University Baptist Medical Center. He was born June 20, 1954 in Humphreys Couniy.Tenn., to William Addison Vandiver Sr. and Roberta Diet; Vandiver. Mr. Vandiver was a graduate of tiie University of Tennessee, where he was a member of the Alumni Association, and a member of Temple Baptist Church, where he taughl the Timothy Sunday School Class. He was a sports­ man. He was preceded in dealh by his molher. Survivors: his wife, Kaye Hartley Vandiver of the home, a ' teacher at Mocksvillc Elemen­ tary; 2 daughters, Julie Vandiver of Hilton Head, S.C. and Jenni­ fer Vandiver of Lexington, Ky.; his father ofWaverty,Tenn.; und a nephew. Funerol services were at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. I at Temple Baptist Church wilh Dr. Bud Owen and the Rev. Dale Malheson ofrieiating. Memorials; Temple Baptist Building Fund, PO Box 130, Uwisviile, 27023. Remember When? Louise Stroud does. Read her miisings on Mocksville’s history the first week of each month. ■■'»»I Nikki Sylvia Callahan Nikki Marie Callahan- Bishop, 36, of Bonkin Lake Road, Mocksvillc, died Thurs­ day, July 29,2004. She was the fiancé of John Bishop. Survivors; Annette and Ernie Sylvia; 3 children, Danielle, Samantha and Jordyn; 5 sisters. Nannelte, Nanci, Krystal. Misty and Candice; and her former spouse, Mark Callahan. A funeral service was con­ ducted al 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 2, at Eaton Funeral Chapel in Mocksville. Scott Hemming is establish­ ing a trust fund at Wachovia Bank for her children. In lieu of flowers, condolences and dona­ tions to the trust fund may be sent to Callahan-Blshop, 243 Bonkin Lake Rood, Mocksvillc. Raymond A. Dalton Mr. Raymond Alexander Dalton, 91, of Bermuda Run, died Tuesday, July 27, 2004, at his home. He was born in East Spencer to William Forest and Carrie NashDallononMarchl8,l9l3. Mr. Dalton was preceded in death by his wife, Roberta Hart Dalton, in 2001. Survivors: a son, William F. Dalton and wife Judith of Rich­ mond, Va.; and 2 granddaugh­ ters. The funeral service was held at 2 p.m. Friday, July 30, at Clemmons United Methodist Church, conducted by tho Rev. Phillip Cole. Burial followed in Chestnut Hills Ccmetery in Salisbury. Memorials: Clemmons Methodist Building Fund. George H. Barnhardl Sr. Mr. George Herman Barn­ hardl Sr., 85, of Oak Grove Church Road, M ocksvillc, died July 31. 2004 at home. Mr. Barn­ hardl was bom Jan. 29, 1919 in Davie County, a son of George Ephram and Ocllie Rae Hendrix Barnhardl. Educated in Davic Counly Schools, he was a vet­ eran of World War n. He was married to Mary Lcolo Pope of Talledcga. Ala., on Oct. 14. 1944. Mr. Bamhardt retired from the N.C. Department of Trans­ portation in 1972, Known as “Hump" lo many, and “Pete" to family, he enjoyed playing poker wilh family, golfing, the Atlanta Braves and' riding his lawnmower. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death byf 6 brothers, Olin, Dermont, Elward, Charlie, Billy and Eudcll Bamhardt; and a sister. Levy Bamhardt. Survivors: his wife, of the home; 2 sons, George Bomhordt Jr. and wife Susan of Newport, and Mike Bamhardt and wife Polly of Mocksville; 2 daugh­ ters, Linda Bartlett and husband Joe of Salisbury, ond Jenny Wil­ liams ond husband John of Mocksville; 2 sisters, Veigh Shoaf of Lexington and Dare Foster of Advance; 6 grandchil­ dren; and 5 great-grandchildren. The funeral servicc was Monday, Aug. 2 at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Eaton Funeral Home, with the Rev. Derry Bamhardt officiating. Burial followed in the Oak Grove United Method­ ist Church Cemetery, Mocks­ ville. Memorials; Hospicc of Davio, P.O. Box 848, Mocks­ villc. C o n s id e r i n g th e fa c t th a t J e s u s h a c f h is d o u b t s , w h y c a n ’t y o u ? to \ The Episcopal Church of the Ascension Welcomes You. Summer Schetliile; Worship each Similav al 10:00 A M . 183 Fork-Hixby Road • Advance, NC 27006 • 336.998.0857 mvw.uscciulon-fork.oi'g Rev, Jack Franks will be the revival speaker on Saturday night @ 7:00 PM Sunday morning @ 10:45 AM, and Sunday night @ 6:30 PM. Homecoming lunch will be served after service on Sunday morning. The Bennetts in concert Sunday morning @ 11:00 AM Everyone is invited Come and feel the difference at Farmington Baptist Church Farmington Baptist Church 1841 Farmington Road farmingtonbaptist.org 998-5372 for information Dorothy Lee Naylor Dorothy Lee Rcavis Naylor died July 31,2004. Bom Sept. 22,1923, she was the daughter of the late An­ drew Warden Rcavis Sr. and Allie Lee Wilkins Rcavis. Mrs. Naylor was an active and life­ long member of Liberty Baptist Church, where she enjoyed ac­ tivities in the Helpers Class. She was a homemaker and enjoyed quilting, sewing, crocheting, cooking and baking cakes and pics. Her favorite pastime was enjoying the company of family and friends, especially her chil­ dren and grandchildren. Mrs. Naylor worked as on inspector at Wonder Knilt Corp. ond for severol years cooked ot Autumn Core. She was o grcelcr at Wol- Mort in Mocksvillc. Survivors; her husband of 57 years, Lester Franklin Naylor; 5 sons, all of Mocksvillc, Gary Dean (Delphia) Naylor, Roger Dale (Darlene) Naylor, Terry Franklin (Martha) Noylor, David Lee Naylor, and Roy Lester (Fay) Naylor; 6 granddoughters; 5 grandsons; a slep-granddaugh- ter, a step-grandson; 2 great- grondsons; a step-great-grand-' doughtcr; 2 step-great-grand- sons; 3 brothers, Thomas Roland Rcavis of Yadkinviile; O.V. Reovis and Andrew Worden (Gail) Rcavis, Jr., all of Mocks­ villc; a sister, Mary Jane Tharington (Doug) Call of Wilkesboro; and 2 sisters-in-law, Faye Naylor (Gray) Spease of Pfafftown and Geneva Naylor (Charlie) 'Renegar of Mocks­ ville. A funeral service was held at 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 2, ol Lib­ erty Baptist Church with the Revs, Marvin Blackburn and Albert Brocken officiating. Buriol wos in the church cem­ etery. Memoriols: Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Homo, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Solem, 27103. John Donald Reavis John Donald Rcavis, 86, of Autumn Core of Mocksville and formerly of Liberty Church Road, died Sunday. July 18. 2004 at Autumn Care. Bom in Davic County on Jan. 22,1918, he was the son of the late William Dudley and Lula Mae Harkcy Reavis. He was a minister and a Mason. He had been a farmer and a supervisor in the furniture industry. Survivors: a son, Ronnie (Hilda) Rcavis of Yadkinviile; 2 grandchildren; and 2 great­ grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Donnie Rcavis, in Sep­ tember of 2003. The funeral servicc was Wednesday, July 2 1, at 3 p.m. at Liberty Baptist Church wilh the Rev. David Damcll officiating. Burial was in the church cem­ etery. Robert Lee Mills Mr. Robert Lee Mills. 47, of Statesville, died Monday, July 26, 2004 at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home in Winslon-Sa- lem following an extended ill­ ness. Bom Jan. 31,1957 in Iredell County, a son of Violet Privcttc Mills of Advance and the lole Clorcnco Mills. He otlended Iredell County Schools, wos of the Baptist foith ond prior to his illness, was employed by Wooten Construction Co. Survivors, in addition lo his mother: a son. Brodlcy Mills of Stotesville; 2 brothers. Eugene W. Mills and wife Sheryl of Statesville, and Ernest Wayne Mills of Mocksville; and by 2 sisters, Linda Milts Niemann and husband Donnie of Statesville and Betty Mills Baker and husband Robert of Mocksvillc; ond o grondson. A graveside scrvice wos con­ ducted ot 2 p.m. Fridoy, July 30, at Ookwood Cemetery, offici­ ated by the Rev. Dairell Dox. Memorials; Gordon Hospice Home c/o Hospicc of Iredell, 2347 Simonton Road, Slalesville, 28625. Lula Betts Nossar Mrs. Lulo Belts “Betty" Chaffin Nossar, 80, formerly of Charlotte, died Wednesdoy, July 28,2004 at Kindred Hospital of Greensboro. She was born on Oct. 24, 1923 in Mocksville, to the late Thomas Nathaniel and Ida Frances Chaffin. She was the youngest of 9 children. She was a music mijor at Pfeiffer College in Meisenhcimer, She enjoyed gardening, sowing, swing music and dancing, playing golf, and bingo. Mrs. Nossar was prcccded in death by her husband, James Joseph Nossar Sr. and all of her brothers and sisters. Survivors: her daughters, Nancy N. Monroe of High Point and Linda Carol Nossar of Winston-Salem; son, James Joseph Nossar Jr. of Charlotte; and a granddoughter. Funerol services were held at 2:15 p.m.. Soturday, July 31, at Horry and Bryant Compony, “Chapel in the Oaks” 500 Providence Rood, wilh Rev. Laurie Hale officiating. Burial followed at Evergreen Cemetery in Charlolte. Memoriols: Kindred Hospitol of Greensboro, 2401 Southside Blvd.. Greensboro. 27406; American Heart Assoc,, PO Box 5216, Green Allen, VA 23058; or to the Cancer Society of one’s choico. Ruby Swaim Gobble Mrs, Ruby Swaim Gobble, 81, of Mocksvillc died Monday, August 2, 2004 at Cedar Rock Assisted Living, She was bom March 3,1923 in Yadkinviile to John A, and Carrie Cook Swaim. Mrs. Gobble was an.active mem­ ber of Immanuel Baptist Church during Otis Clampitt’s ministry. She was prcccded in dcolh by two brothers and four sisters. Survivors: her husband of 60 years, Virgle Gobble of the home; daughter, Lanita Doub and husband Gary of Advancc; 2 grandsons; 2 sisters, Ethel Mar­ tin of Yadkinviile and Rulh Sykes of Joncsvillc; and a special nicce, A graveside service will be heldot 11 a,m, Wednesday, Aug, 4 at Westlawn Gardens of Memory with Rev. Franklin Myers officiating. Memorials: Cedar Rock As­ sisted Living Activity Fund, P.O. Box 1237,Mock.sville. Francis Mack Foster Francis Mack Fosler, 74, of Corolino Street, Mocksville, died Saturday, July 31,2004, at Forsyth Mcdical Center. He was born July 4,1930, in Davie County to the lale Joseph and Eva McClomrock Foster. He was retired from Ingersol- Rand wilh 20 years of servicc. He was a member of First United Methodist Church in Mocks­ villc. Mr. Foster was preceded in death by a sister, Betty Jo Lakey. Survivors; his wife, Betty Spencer Foster of the home; mother-in-law, Thelma Spcncer of Mocksville; a sister, Lou (Charles) Phillips of Mocksville; and a brother, Tex (Margaret) Foster of Mooresville. Pallbearers were Scotty and Brandon Spcncer, Neal Slaydon, David Isola, and Paul and Josh Foster. Honorary pallbearers were BusterClcary, Joe Murphy, George McIntyre, Bruce Ander­ son, Alvin Howard, Raymond Keller, Howard Sain, and Avalon Frye. A funeral servicc was held at 4 p,m,Tuc,sday, Aug. 3, at Eaton Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Donald Routh officioting. Buriol was in Rose Cemetery. Memorials; Building Fund of First Methodist Church, 305 N, Main St., Mocksville; or charity of donor’s choice. Charles Randy Spry Charies Randy Spry, 53, of Hickory, died July 29, 2004 at Frye Regional Medicol Ccnicr. He was born in Rowan County on June 26, 1951, to Charles David Spry and Lena Mae Champion Spry. He was preceded in death by his father, and a brother, Eddie Spry, Survivors: his wife. Rose Spry of Weaverville; his mother of Hickory; a son, John David Spry of Granite Falls; a brother, Monty Spry of Newton; sisters, Phyllis James of Mocksville and Kristy Swink of Connelly Springs; a grandchild; and a step-grandchild, A celebration of life was held at 7 p.m, July 31 in Catawba Funerals & Cremations chapel, Sherrill Ray Gambill Sherrill Ray Gambill Sr., 69, of Advance died Monday, Aug. 2,2004 al his home. He was bom July 20,1935 in Forsyth County to George Dewey and Walsie Waddell Gambill. Mr; Gambill was a member of Trinity Chris­ tian Church and loved fishing. He was owner and operator of Gambill Tile Co. He was pre­ ceded in dealh by a sisler and brother-in-law. Dona and Benny Recce; a sister-in-law, Eunice Gambill; and a niece, Janice Phlager. Survivors: his wife, Judy Cromer Gambill of the homo; son, Ray Gambill Jr. of Advance; daughter, Denise Harrison and husband Jeff of Advance; 3 grandchildren; exchange stu­ dents; 3 brothers, George D, Gambill and wife, Sally, Worth Gambill and Clay Gambill and wife, Jo; 3 sisters, Mao Bard and husband, Walt, Marie Iccnhower and husband. Jud, and Ruth Gambill; 12nicccs and nephews and a beloved uncle and aunt. A graveside service will be held Thursday. Aug. 5 at 11 a.m, at Parklawn Memorial Pork in Winston-Salem, Mr. Gambill’s body will be taken to his home, 331 Potts Rd„ Advance, where the family will receive friends Tuesday and Wednesdoy from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Memoriols; Hospice and Pal­ liative Care Center, 1 lOO-C South Stratford Rd„ Winston- Salem, NC 27103 or Trinity Chrislian Church,4510 Shattalon Dr., Winston-Salem, NC 27106. Rev. M. Alvin Latham Rev. M. Alvin Latham, 70 of Seward Rd„ Pfafftown, died Sal­ urday, July 31.2004 at his resi­ dence. Bom in Sevier County, Tenn., on Nov, 11,1933, he was the son of the late Michael and Mary Jane Hembree Latham. Rev. Latham was an ordained Methodist minister of tho West­ ern N.C. Conference of the United Methodist Church. He attended Pleasant H ill UM Church, the Grange, and was a board member of the John Wesley Camp Meeting in High Point. His wife, Ruth Elaine Cra­ ven Lalhom, preceded him in death. Survivors: son, Jonathon and wife, Jennifer Latham, of New York; 2 daughters, Lctha Latham Burrow of Gibsonville and Michele Latham of Winston-Sa­ lem; brother, Joe and wife, Carolyn Latham of Ohio; 3 sis­ ters, Ruth Maughan and Faye Fast of Ohio and Helen (Russell) Bales of Tennesseec; 3 grandchil­ dren; 3 sisters-in-law; and nu­ merous nieccs and nephews. In addition to his wife, 5 brothers and 4 sisters preceded Rev, Latham in death. The funeral scrvice will be held Wednesday, Aug, 4 at 3 p,m, at Fulton United Methodist Church in Advancc wilh the Revs. Karl Kelly, Ardis Payne, Glenn Stevens and Mark Jensen officiating. He will lie in state 30 minutes prior to the funeral hour. Burial will be in the church ccm­ etery. Memorials; The Children’s Home, 1001 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem 27104. Mallet Dr. Reginald Mallet To Lead Annual Sprinkle Mission Dr. Reginald Mallett will be the guest speaker for the annual Sprinkle Preaching Mis­ sion, Aug. 22-24 at First United Methodist Church in Mocksvillc. The Sprinkle Preaching Mission is a series of preaching services established to honor the late Dr. Henry and Margaret Sprinkle. It wus Dr. Sprinkle’s goal to bring outstanding speak­ ers froiii all over the country into tlic pulpit of Firsl Methodist to preach these special scrviccs. Dr. Sprinkle was minister emeritus at Firsl United Methodisl Church. The Preaching Mission will begin with tiie 8:45 a.m. service und continue wilh the 10:55 u.m. service on Sunday morning. Scrviccs will ¿ontinue on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights al 7 p.m. Mallett, an ordained Methodist minister of the British Conference and a physician, will preach at each service. Mallett was visiting minister for these services in 1996,1998,2000 and 2002, After majoring in chemistry, Mallett studied theology at tiie Uni­ versity of London graduating wilh first class honors. He grudualcd in mcdicine from the Universily of Birgmingham, England. He hns served some of the largest churches in Englund, and combines the role of a traveling [Preacher with his medical work. He preaches ev­ ery weekend in parts of Great Britain, in addhion to conferences and other spccial events. As a physician, Mallett specalized in epidemiology und carried out research on perinatal mortality. He is u fellow of the faculty of Community Medicine of Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom. He has held senior positions in tiie British Heallh Service including that of Chief Mcdical Officcr and General Manager of the Cheltenham District Health Authority. Gloucestershire. For the past 40 years. Mallett hns preached frequently in various parts of tho United States and in each area of the Southeast Jurisdic­ tion of the Methodist Cliurch. He has been the preacher at annual conferences bolh in England and the United States and has addressed many gothcrings ot Luke Junplusko. Mallett is the author of “God’s Coming in Christ,” “Journeying with Jesus,” “The Cradle und the Star,” and “Sermons by Lukc.” Specini music will be provided each evening by the Chancol Choir. Additional music will be provided by,the Children’s Choir on Sun­ day night, tho Hand Bell Ciioir on Monday night, and the Praise and Worship Team on Tuesday night, A nursery for babies and prcschool children will be available each evening. Tiie communily is inviled. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Tliursday, Aug. 5,2004 - C7 Г S t e v e n E . H e l m a n , M D & A s s o c ia te s , P A Steven E. Helman, M.D. Danielle Carter-Adklns, PA-C Savana LaMar, PA-C are pleased to welcome R . T e d T o b o r g , M D On August 1, 2004 the practice looks forward to the addition of R, Ted Toborg, M,D, Dr. Toborg is a graduate of the University of Iowa College of Medicine and completed his residency training at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Dr. Toborg is board certified in Family Medicine and will limit his practice to adolescents and adults. Dr. Toborg will be available to see new and established patients. All providers are accepting new patients . Dr. Helman & Dr. Toborg provide inpatient care for their patients at Forsyth Medical Center. Please call for an appointment. 3333 Brookview Hills Blvd., Suite 204 Winston Salem, NC 27103 336-774-3740 Hours: Monday-Friday 8;30am-5:00pm A U C T I O N C o m m e r c ia l R e a l E s t a t e T h u r s d a y A u g u s t 2 6 th , 2 0 0 4 @ 4 :0 0 p m 205 Camellia Lane, Mocksville, NC 2259+/- s.f. metal building on 1 acre, (3) restrooms, office, workroom, iarge open room, drop ceiling, carpet, large kitchen, side canopy, chain link fence, 2 heat pumps. ■ Terms: 10% deposit at the auction, balance due In 30 days. Property sells “AS-IS". 10% buyer's premium. Announcements at the auction take precedence. Dlrectlor\s: From Mocksville, NC ■ 601-140 follow 601 North 2 .2 miles. Turn right on Danner Road S.R, 1412 • go 3/10 and turn lelt on Camlllia Lane, From Yadkin/Davlo Co, Ilne - Follow 601 South 7,3 miles lo Danner Road S.R, 1412-go 3/10 and turn lell on Camllila Lane, www.rogci5realty.com (336) 789-2926 «1.109 Sale itimliu'inl ll)*: 10% Buyers Premium Added n. М й гк R ogers, Sales M g r. N C U c , #68 5 P l e a s e A t t e n d T h e C h u r c h O f Y o u r C h o i c e No Creek Ptimltlvo BepUst Church, 222 Aubrey Morroll Rd.. Mooksvllle.' 2nd & 4lh Sundays, 10:30 a.m. Fourih Saturday worship and confaranco.l ;30 p.m, Paslor, Richard Kirby, Eaglo Heights C hurch,10 a.m. Sunday worship, 7 p.m. Tuesday Poworllmo, 6:30 p.m, Wednesdays, BlWo sludy andAwanas. Casual dress, conlom-porary muslc/worshlp. 5103 U.S. 158, Hlllsdalo. MocKevllle W esleyan Churoh: Hospital SI.. Sunday School, 9:>tS a.m. Worship, 11. W ednesday Prayer Mooting, 7 p.m. Rev, Qoorge Tioyor. 751-5595. Union Chapel United M elhodlsl Church: 2030 U.S. 601 N. Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.; Worship. 11 a.m.. Poslor. Rev. Jim Sanders, Cenler United Mothodlst Church: U.S. 64 W. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11. Pastor, Stephen 6lalr. 751-2754. Childcare directors: Carla Prevette, 492-5735 & Sandra Aulry, 940-3753. Elbavllle United Methodist Church: N.C. 801, Advance. Fellowship, 9 a.m. Sunday School, 10. Worship, 11, Kids For Christ (ages 4-11), 1 st & 3rd Sun., 3-4:30 p,m. Teens lor Christ (ages 12- 18) meet Sun., 5-6:30 p.m. Pastor; Rev. Neville Storey. Cooleemeo Cliurch of Qod: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service ond Children’s Churoh, 11 a.m. Tues. Prnyor MeolinB, 7 p.m. Wed. Family Service, 7 p.m. For more Inlo, call pastor Robert Hulelle al 284-2180 or visit www.coofeog.org. Cornatzor United Mothodlst Churoh: 1244 Cornalzer Rd. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m., Rov. Kaye Frye, poslor. Belhel United Mothodlst Church: Bethel Church Rd. Worship, 9:45 o.m. Sunday School, 10:50 o.m. Rov. Ed Corlor, pastor. Advance United Methodist Churoh: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. Youth, 5 p.m. Rov. Harry D. Sammons.Downtown Advance. Farm ington United Mothodlat Church; Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. 1939 Farmington Rd. 990-5569. Rev. Tommy Robertson. Oak Qrove United Mothodlat Church: 1994 U.S. 158, Mocksvlllo. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11. Concord United Methodist Churoh, Cherry Hill Rd., Mocksville. Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday School: 10 a.m. Youlh, 5 p.m. Pastor, Dr. Mark E. Evans. www.ConcordUMChurch.com Hardison United Mothodlst Church: Worship, 9:45 a.m. Sunday School, 10:45. Wonderful W ednes-days Children’s program, 6-7;30, Pastor, Rov. Oonnis B. Marshall. Community Baptist Churoh: Sunday School, to a,m. Sunday Worship, 11, Evening servico, 6. Wodnosday Biblo Study, 7 p.m. Gladstone Road. HlllsUalo United Methodist Churoh; 5228 U.S. 158, Advance. Sunday worship, 8 8i 10:45 o.m. Adult Classes, 10-10:45. Sunday Night Live lor |r. and sr. high youlh. Wondor Filled Wodnoodays, tollowshlp rnoat and proyer time, 8:15-7:30. Small groups Ihroughul the week. For moro Information, check tho wobslto www.hlllsdaloumc.com, or call the church ofllce at 998-4020. Wesley Chopef United M ethodist. Churoh; Worship Service; 10 a.m. Sundoy School: 10:45 a.m. Rov. Tommy Robertson. Pino Rd. Rodland Penlscostal H oliness Churoh: Sundoy School: 10 a.m. Worship: 11 a.m. Evening; 6:30. Wednesday prayer meeling & Bible sludy, 7:30 p.m. Rev. Joel Boylos. Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 1913 U S 601 S. Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:15. Rev. Robert Kastlng. 751-5419. wvm.mlndspring.com/'-holycioss/ M ooksvlffe First Presbyterian Church, 261 S, Main St. Wo,rshlp; 11 o.m. Church School; 9:45 a.m. Sunday evening: Choristers (grades 1-5) & Youlh (grades 6-12), 5:30 p.m. Paslor; Neal Cartor. 751-2507. Mocks United Mothodlst Church, off N.C. 801 S. nl Mocks Church/ Boau- champ roads. Advance. Rev. Robert Symanskl. 998-5518. Sunday worship: 8;45 Ь 11 a.m. Sunday School: 10 a.m. Youth groups, K-colloge. Youth dlroctor: Bill Bradley, www.lormlnlslry.com/ e/OOSmumo Smith Qrovo Mothodlst Church; 3492 U.S. 158, Mocksvlllo. Pastor; Chris Clontz, Sunday School; 10 a.m., worship, 8:50 & 11. Children’s ministry, Belore and alter school programs. 940- 5298. HIjIsdale Baptist Church: Sunday Small Qroups, 9 a.m., Worship, 10:30' a.m; Wednesday Fellowship Meal, 6 p,m. Children’s youlh activilies, prayer meeting, 6:30 p.m, 940-6018. Minister of Music, Breni Helton. 4815 U.S. 158, Advance, Faith and Victory Family W orship Center, 1687 Hwy. 601 N. Sunday Services, 10 a.m., 7 p.m. Wednesday, 7 p.m. New Believers M inistries, 350 Railroad St., Mocksvlllo. Sunday School, 10 a.m.. worship, 11. Wodnosday night Bible study, 7. Pastor Elizabeth Mock. Assoc, pastor. Derrick Mock. 492-5566. Liberty Unltod Mothodlst Church, U.S, 601 s. Worshlp;0;45 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. First United Methodist Church of Mooksvllle. Early Sundoy Worship Service, 8:50 a.m. Praise singing, casual dress, contemporary lormat. Traditional sorvico, 10:55 a.m, 305 N. Main SI. 751-2503. Paslors, Crystal Alexander and Donald W, Roulh. Believer's So n sh lp Tabernaolo; Sunday worship, 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. Wed. ovenlng, 7. Pastor; Jorty L. Couch, 998-1324. Cana Rd. - Poller's Lane. Turrentlne Baptist Church: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m., Worship, IV, Night Sen/lce, 8. Paslor; Rov. Joe Smith. Bethlehem United Methodist Church; Sunday oarly worship, 8;45 a.m.; Sunday School, 10. Worship, 11 a.m. Lighthouse Service, conlemporary worship, Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. 321 Redland Rd., Advance. 998-5063. Fax; 940-5502. E-Mail; offlcbothumofflyodlol.net Episcopal Church of tho Ascension, Fotk-Blxby Rd., Advance, Sun. School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. 998-0857. Dial A Story Ministry for children. Bill and Peggy Longof Advance. 998-7716. Clement Qrove Church of Qod, Body of Christ. 159 Parker Rd., Mocksvllla. 492-5125. Salurday Sep/Ices; Sabbath School, 10 a.m.. Worship, 11:45. Wednesday Bible Sludy, 7 p.m. Pastor; Elder Ernest Ijames. Radio Broadcast: The Bible Is Right, Tuesdays, 5-5:30 p.m., W DSL 1520 AM and Sundays, 8- 8;30a.m., W STP 1490 AM. Qreen M eadow s Baptist Churoh Sundoy School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m., 7 p.m. Wednesday Prayer & Blb|o Sludy, 7 p.m. Pastor Rev. Michael Waters. 998-3022. Liberty W esleyan Churoh, 2108 Shellield Rd„ Harmony, Sunday School 10 a,m„ Morn, Worship 11 a.m., Wed. Bible Adventure 7 p.m., Sr. Ministry 2nd Tues. each monlh 10 a.m. 492-2963. Pastor; Ronald Lee. Bixby Presbyterian Church, 1808 Fotk-Blxby Rd., near Cornalzer Rd., Sun. School.9:45 a.m., Worship 11. Pastor; Peter Peterson, 998- 6813. Dutln United Methodist Church, 697 OulIn Rd„ Mocksville. 998-5409, Paslor; David Smith. Sun School 10:30 a.m., Worship 9:30 a.m. ' Cooleemee United Methodist, Main St., Sunday School, 10 a.m.. Worship, 11, Kids Kamp Sun. 5-6:30. Paslor: Rov. Porry Bradshaw (284- 6135) In Home Bible Studlea, by Randy Howell. 284-4687. Bear Creek Baptist Churoh, Boar Creek Ch. Rd., Sun. School 8:45 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m., Bible Sludy Wed. 7 p.m. Rov. William Loo Cook Iff, pastor. Coofeemee First Baptist Church, 284 Marglnaf St., Sun. Bible Study 9:45 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m.. Evo. Worship 7 p.m., Wodnosday prayer meeting, 7 p.m. Music minister, Roglna Chandler, Or. Tommy Roglster, paslor. Mooksvlffe Second Presbylerfan, 400 Pine SI. Sunday School, 8:30 a.m. Worship, 9:30. Only Alrlcan-Amorlcan Presbylorlan church In Davle County. Rov, Thomas M. Leach.751-1410 St. Francis of Assisi, RC. Maeses; Salurday Vlgll. 5 p.m. Sunday, 8 and 10:30 a.m., Spanish Mass. 12:30 p.m.; Wednesday evening Mass, 7. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 7:30 a.m. Massos. Rev. Andrew Draper, TOR. 751-2973. Farminglon Baptist Church, Sunday morning Biblo study, classes lor all ages, 10. Worship: 11.1841 Farmlng-ton Rd., 5 miles (rom 1-40. Pastor: Scott Lyerly. Church; 998-3826. Home; 098-5372. Blaise Bapllst Church, Blaise Church Road, oil U.S. 601 N. al 1-40, Mocksville. 751-3639. Worship, Sunday, 8:30 & 11 a.m.; Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Sunday evening, 7, Wednesday Bible sludy and mission programs for aff ages, 7 p.m. Pastor; Glenn Sellers. Assoc, pastor, Ken Furches. www.blalsebBpllsl.org. Shiloh Baptist Church, 544 E. Depot St.. Mocksvllla. Sunday School; 9:45 a.m. Morning worship; 11 a.m. 751- 0597. Pastor, Savafas R. Squire Sr. Fulton United Methodist Churoh, 3895 N.C. 801 S., Advance, Worship; 9:45 a.m. Sunday School, 10:45 a.m. Fulton Youlh In Chrisi, Sundays, 5-6:30 p.m. Paslor: Rev. Neville Storey. Heaven Bound Full Qospel Church.U.S. 64 W., Mocksvlllo, (beside Cenler Fire Dept.). Sunday School, 10 a.m., Worship, 11, Sunday night praise/ worship, 6. Wednesday night praise/ worship. 7. Pastor, James Ward. 998- 6394. First Baptist Church, 390 N, Main St., Mocksvlllo, across from public library. 751-5312. Contemporary worship sen/lce, 8:30 a.m. Sunday School lor all ages, 9:45 a.m. Traditional worship son/lco, 10:55 a.m. Fork Bapllst Churoh, 3140 U.S. 64 E., Mocksville. Sunday School, 9:45, Worship sorvico, 11 a.m., 6;30 p.m. Wednesdays. 7 p.m. Awanas, Sundoy 6 p.m.998-8306. Cornalzer Baptist Church, 1372 Cornalzer Rd., Mocksvlllo. Sunday School, 10 a.m., Worship, 11; evening, a;30;, Aw ana's Worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday evening. 7:30 p.m. New Union Methodist Churoh, 1869 Sheffield Rd.. al County Lino Rd. Services: 8:30 a.m., contemporary worship wllh casual dress and refreshments: 9:45 a.m. Sunday School assembly. 10. Sunday School for all agas. 11 a.m., Worship. 492- 5367. flames Baptist Church, Shotfiefd Rd., l^ocksvlllo. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m., worahlp, 11. Sunday evening, 6. Wednesday, 7 p.m. Paslor, Tommy Faust. St. John A M E Zlon Chufch, 145 Campboll Rd., Mocksvlllo. Sunday School, 9:30. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Poslor. Qeorgo C. Banks. Advance First Baptist Church, 1938 N.C. 801 S. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11. Wodnosday Biblo Study/ mission groups, 7 p.m. Paslor;Martln Kastnor. 998-6302. Church of Qod of Prophecy, 2323 U.S. 601 S., Mocksvlllo. Sunday School, 10 а.m., worship, 11. Sunday ovenlng, 6; Wodnosday evening, 7. Pastor; Rov. Bobby Shlnaull. 719- 6565 or 284-2935. Victory Baptlst'Churoh, Midway SL, Cooleomoe, Sunday School, 10 a.m., worship 11. Sunday evening, 6; Wednesday Awana/Youlh, 6;45 p.m., Ptayor & Biblo Study, 7. Rov. Sholby Harbour. 284-2077. Seventh Day Adventlat Church, Milling Rood, Mocksville. Sabbath School, Saturday, 9;30-11: Worship, 11 - noon. Paslor, Ron Davis. 751-3886. Macedonia Moravian Church, 700 N.C. 801 N.. Advance. Sunday School, 9:45 n.m. Worahlp, 11 o.m. 098-4394. Interim Pastor: Roger Kimball. Yadkin Valley Baptist Church, 1324Yadkln Valley Hoad, Advance. Paslor; Ronnie Craddock. 998-4331. Sunday School, 10 a.m., worship, 11 & б, Wodnosday Night Prayot meeting, 7:30. Live Sundaya, W DSL 1520AM, 11 ■ Noon. Mt. Zlon Holiness Churoh of Qod, U.S. 64 E. at MIII SI., Mocksvlllo. Sunday School, 10 a.m.. Morning Worship, 11. Pastor: Bishop James Ijames. Mt. SInal A M E Zlon Church, 488 Peoples Crook Road, Advance. Sunday School. 9:45 a.m., worship, 11 a.m., Wednesday night Bible study, 7. Dr. Otis B. Robinson Sr., pastoi, 998-6231. BIXby Church of tho Living Qod. 2121 Cornatzor Rd., Advance. Pastor, Louise Hookor, 768-1806. Worship, Sunday 10-11 a.m., 8 p.m. Salem United Methodist Church, Salem Church Road off Davfo Acodemy Rd., 8 miles wesl of Mocksvlllo. Worship, Sundays at 9:45 a.m. Sundoy School, 10;45.UMW, second Wednesday, UMM first Sundoy breakfast at 7;30. UMYF Sunday evenings. Rev. Stephen Blair. PInoy Qrovo United Methodlat Churoh, 378 Underpass Rd., Advance. Sunday School, 10 a.m.. Worship, 11. Pastor: Rev. Kondeff C. Qfover. 998-7316. New Jerusafem Apostolic Church, 291 Campbell Rd., Mocksville. Paslor, Nettye l|ames-Barber, 751-0049. Sun. School, 10 a.m., Worship 11. Wednesday night; Bible class, 7:30. Intorcossory prayer, 8 p.m. True Light Christian Ministries, al Davle County Public Library, Mocksville. Sunday School, 10 a.m., worship, II.Founding pastor; Steven W, Dalton. Episcopal Church of the Qood Shepherd, Churoh & Cross sts,, Cooleemee, Worship, 9;30 a,m„ fellowship hour after church. Bible Study 2nd and 4th Sundays aller church. Priest; Rev. Noah Howard. Jesus Life Mission, Liberty Church Rd., Mocksville. Sunday School, 10a.m., morning worship, 11, Sunday evening at 6 and Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Postor: Hilda Roovls. Mocksville Church of Qod, 862 U.S. 84 E. (boslde Armory). 751-0817. Pastor; Larry Hollilleld. Sunday School, 10a.m., worship, 11. Sunday ovenlng, 8, Wednesday ovenlng, 7. Jerusolem Baptist Church, 3203 US 601 S.. Mocksville. 284-2326. Sunday sorvlcos; 8;15 a.m., praise and worship; 9:45, Sunday School for all ages; 11, morning worship; 7, evening worship. Wednesdoy services; 6 p.m., lamlly fellowehip meal; 7 p.m., TeamKID, Youth 4 Christ, Adult Bible Study. Nursery (or Inlants and toddlers. Fellowship Baptist Churoh, 1084 Rainbow Rd., Advance. 998-8544. Sunday School, 10 a.m., worship, 11, Sundays, 8 p.m. Wednesday service. 7 p.m. Thursday visitation, 7 p.m. Pastor, Wayne Swisher, 492-7210. Smith Grove AM E Zlon Churoh, 3707 Hwy. 158, Mocksville. Sunday morning worhslp, 11. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Rov. Frank Cornelius, pastor. Eatons Baptist Church, 495 Eatons Church Rd„ Mocksvlllo, Sundoy School, 10 a,m„ worship, 11. Wednesday prayer mooting, 7:30 p.m. Pastor: Dr. David Gllbrealh. 998-6149. Abundant Llfo Christian Victory Center, 117 E. Depot St., Mocksville. Pastor, Doniel Brown. 753-4463. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11. Life Community Churoh. Sundaya, 10 a.m.. Brock Performing Arts Center, North Main Streot, Mocksvlllo. Contemporary style worship with Paslor Kevin Slawart. 753 LIFE. Hope Baptist Tabernacle, 2408 Hwy. 158, Mocksvlllo. 098-3816. Worship, 11 a.m., Sunday School, 10 a.m., 6 p.m. Wednesday, 7 p.m., AWANA children and leons, adulls, prayer meeting and Bible study. East Davle Baptist Churoh Bermuda Quay Shopping Cenler, 5397 U.S. 158, Advance. Sundays, 9:30, Bible study (or all agas; 10:45, morning worship; 8, Sunday evening service. Wodnosdays, 7 p.m., Biblo Sludy and Prayer Setvioo. Paator, Max T. Furr. Youlh, children and music, Jeremy Amlck. 998-5584. Life Community Church, Days Inn, Madison Road, Mocksville. Services ' Sunday! 10 a.m. Call Kevin Stewart, pastor, about Wednesday evening life groups, 753-5433. Mainville AM E Zlon Church, 210 Main Church Road, Mocksvllfe. Sun­ day School, 10 a,m„ worship, 11, Bible Study, Wednesday, 7 p.m. Pas­ tor; Rov. Robert H. Bailey. Bailey's Chapel United Melhodlsl Church, Bailay's Chapel Road, Ad­ vance, Sunday School, 10a.m., Wor­ ship 11 a.m. Paslor, Rev,Nevlllo Storoy.. Support These Local Businesses W.G. 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We Reserve the rigiit lo discontinue them al any time. Ouanntees subject to claims paying ability of insurer. 'Listed tales are for I year guarantee period and includc a first year bonus. Retum of Purchase Payment waiver is not included. MMI747 C20M Allstate LifelnsmanceCompany. Allstale.com 03/W T e c h n o lo g y N o t O n l y H e lp s S t u d e n t s , B u t T e a c h e r R e c r u it m e n t , A s W e ll Continued From Page Cl “As a teacher, 1 loved Ihe statistics you could get. 1 can get immediate feedbtick to know what I need to review immedi­ ately." In the United Kingdom, this technology is so accepted, that one in every five classrooms has an Activboard setup. The government there thinks it’s so important that its going to fund it for the rest of the class-rooms. When Liberty got their new tcch savvy classrooms, they saw immediate changes. Referrals to the principal’s office went down, and attendance went up. Aca­ demically, time spent on the task at hand was increased, and the skill sets improved becausc the teachers had instant feedback. With the new curriculum, Liberty saw test scores for their students improve 63-78 percent in the first year. And with all Ihe lesson plans in a spreadsheet, a substitute teacher can come in and instantly know what the class is supposed to be doing on any given doy. One of the great things about Ihe challenge gront is that it allows Ihe individuals involved at each school lo choose which technologies they want to use. That’s one of Ihe things that excites Davie County Schools Superintendent Dub Potts. "The ideas have lo come from the other direction: Ihe teachers. When Ihey come in and say we'll use il, like these teachers from Shady Grove are doing, the system works better,” Polls said. “The teachers who will have to use the technology in their classrooms have lo have a chance lo give their input.’’ "With the new curriculum, I’m going to tighten up as a teacher. I’m going to be better for it," said Rogers. “I can see how much more knowledge I can fill these kids with.’’ "It wasn’t clear lo me until this presentation, the impact this is going to have on faculty," said committee member Bill Johnson. "In athletics, the way you build a great team is through a great coach. In educalion, if you want great studenls, you have lo have committed, high- energy faculty in the classrooms. The question has always been how can Davie County compete with surrounding counties for Ihe best teachers? "We can’t do it through salaries alone; we can’t afford that. We have to compete in other woys, and this lech-nology is going to be a dynamic way lo compete for graduates, by offering them the kind of classroom they would dream of teaching in. With this, we’re going to get the best talent into our classrooms." Rogers agreed. "In 1973,1 was offered a job in Davie Counly the same day I was offered one in Forsyih County. I came to Davie County for $5,000 less, Whal drew me here was the'way it felt and Ihe materials. Davie County had overheads, which back then, was Ihe thing. For kids coming out of college now, Ihe computer is like an extension of their hands." ■CSL F e e c l/ T g c k» c§c E tc. 7tM7Hm~lilhrbU-1MM CU & Scnleb ТЫ Can XMoeUWonDtf. ' 9aj>{£i8lbni7fteU.BiíUaf Alfaf Bofitiag SupjiUM Xffw hmuáj Aniflaf Wwldjr СигСЬт$125 Authorized Тех Ton Soddl* D«al«r Soddl«! 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Mocksville, NC 27028 across the street from Davie County High School www.davldson.cc.nc.us Feature DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 - Dl A n o t h e r G e n e r a t i o n Graham Madison An Architect Of Health, Education In Davie By Dwight Sparks Davic Counly Enterprise Rccord In another generation, Graham Madison was one of the major figures of Davio County, He yvas one of tho movers and .shakers — one of the architects of the county’s foundations in educalion, health and business. He turns 100 this week. “I wanted to keep it quiet,” he said. He has outlived his contemporaries, but his studenls — some in their 70s — still invite their beloved principal lo their class reunions. Graham Madison was pi-incipal of Smith Grove, Farmington and Cooleemee schools. He .served on the Dnvie County Board of Educntion. He was one of the founders of Mocksville Builders Supply. He was chairman of the old Mocks­ villc Savings & Loan. He and others developed the Garden Valley subdivision. He was on the building committee of tho Davic County Hospital and later served as chitirmiin of the tru.stees. He was chairman of tho Rotary Club. “My dad was always into everything,” recalled daughter Ruth “Gene” Rauch. Shc recalls him going to lots of meetings wlien site was a gifi. Shc said her dad had an ability to bring people together. After World War II, Davie County did a lot of building and expanding. Graham Madison was one of the county’s leaders for thal following generation. Graham and Gertrude Hendricks Madison will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary on Aug. 15. Shc is 94. They now live in the Brookridge Retirement Home in Winston-Salem. Madi.son is the oldest living member of 1st Baptist Church in Mocksvillc. For his birthday, he said he wanted to take a trip; To church. On Sunday, 1st Baptist plans to observe his lOOlh birthday with him. His daughter is still amazed with her dad. Graham and Gertrude Madison will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary this month. - Photo by Robin Fergusson “He looks pretty darn good. He walks a half mile a day, he gets oul in those halls, and keeps moving. He’s .still interested in lots of things — politics. He watches television.” The Madisons have another daughter, Glenda Long of Salisbury.' They have five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. •“I always felt my parents were there for us," Gene said. “He was in the church, into everything. He loved people, played golf, all kinds of sports, and he was always on the move. He will tell you that’s what has kept him going.” She credits another trait for her parents’ long life and good health; An optimistic outlook. She said her parents vowed to make the best of any situation they were in or at any place they Uved. "It ha.s paid off, for sure,” she said. “They’re pretty remarkable.” ' I Beatrice Hendrix, Donnie Davis and Nannie Davis at Somerset Court's fifth anniver­ sary. Nannie Davis was the faciiity’s first resident. S o m e r s e t C & t e ib r d e s F if t h A n n i v e r s a r y Michael Chavis, Darlene Gabbard, Thelma Huggins and Barbara Christley enjoy the celebration. While swing-bnnd standards from the 30s i\nd 40s played in the buckgrouiid, about 50 fumily members, friends atul guests joined residents and staff of Somerset Court last week for a cookout to celebrate five years of assisted living in Mocksville. Thelma Huggins sat wilh daughter Darlene Gabbard of Lexington, niece Barbnrii Christley of Greensboro and Christley's grandson Michael Chavis. Christley and Gabbard agreed that Somerset Court is a good place Huggins. “The people here, they call her Miss Thelma, they call her Sweetie, and they've good to her," Gabbard suid, "I’ve always liked this place, from the first duy I came here." Across the dining room — hamburgers and hot dogs were served inside because it was jusl too hot and muggy outside. Madison Freeman, a resident since March, sat with his .son, Craig Freeman and his wife, Audrey, of Mocksvillc: und his daughter Phyllis Sells of Rowun County. “We like it. We like h.” Sells suid. "Tliey’vc all so prolessional here.” Her futlier added, "They’re so good to you here.” Somerset Court, ut 150 Ken Dwiggins Drive, is an assisted living facility. It has 60 privnie rooms for seniors who can no longer live by iheinsclves ai home without help but who do not need the higher level of cure Ibuttd ut nursing homes. “We help residents from ull walks oflife keep their indepen­ dence and dignity," said admini- slrator Martha V. Crouse. Five years ugo, Nannie Davis of Mocksville wits on the mend from u broken hip. She had completed rehabilitation at a nursing home, but with therapy over, she and her family had to make a decision. Their choice: the 90-year-old woman would become the first resident of newly opened Somerset Court. "Of course she was lonesome (0 begin with," said her son Donnie Davis. “But once she got to know the ones coming in, she’s done wonderfully here. She’s really enjoyed it here." His mother said; “Il’s good here. Everybody's so good to you. I love good food—that's whal keeps me living." Madison Freeman, daughter Phyllis Sells, daughter-in-law Audrey Freeman and son Craig Freeman pose for a photograph. Wiiile Rife, center, Somerset Court employee, persuaded his parents, Bill and Clarice Rife, to relocate here from Illinois.Residents, family, friends and staff celebrate Somerset Court’s fifth anniversary. D2 - DAVIK COUNTY К N TKRl'RISIÍ RECOKI), Thursduy, Aug. 5. 2(И)4 161 R obbie Lane Never lived in secluded acre on Baltimore Road. 3BR, 2BA, carport, front porch, clear level yard. Private. co L o u ieu .B A N K eR Q TRIAD. 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The federal LSTA funds w ill support design and promotions of the new library website and the concept that the Davie Couniy Public Library is Ihc best placc to start when seeking information, particularly when online informalion resources. “These funds will allow us lo lei Ihe people of Davie County learn nboul the unique online infomialion resources nol avail-able to most public library pa-lrons unlil recently,” said library director, Ruth Hoyle. “In. addition lo Ihe resources being available al the library, anyone wilh Internet, a Davie Couniy Public Library card wilh PIN can access from home and work those resources requiring passwords. A well designed, user friendly website will give the community centralized access lo Ihe library catalog and links to these exceptional re-sources. “Library staff will offer one-on-one demonstrations, work-shops, and presentalions lo communiiy organizalion.S'to help the people of Davie County benefit from library services,” Hoyle said. The library received one of the 153 grants totaling more than .$4 million awarded to Norlh Carolina libraries, Administered by Ihc Slate Library, Ihe LSTA granl program funds projects across the .state lhal support learning and iliscovery for children and leens, achieve equity in library servicc and create a climate for innovation and change. The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) manages LSTA, which is the only federal program devoted entirely to funding library services. LSTA provides block grants lo stale library agencies using a population- based formula. Stale libraries may use funds for statewide initiatives and services, and may also granl funds to public, academic, school, research, and special libraries, LSTA targets programs that use technology for informalion sharing between libraries and community agencies or projects lhal improve and expand library services, especially for low- wealth communities. ß P E N H O U S E -ß ß tlifd a y : b S p m • • Great locution, convenient to Winslon-Salem, Mocksville, Salisbury, & Lexington • Beautiful 2/3 acrc homesites for custom construction • Neighborhood of homes priced from mid $140’s to $250,000 > Close lo golf, shopping & schools C O M ING SOON PHASE II 29 Lots • From M iickxville, H w y 64 F.ast lowanls Lcxiiifium C h a r le s J o n e s i'bariie R e a lt y , In c . Л Г И В o flk c n ììu m im m "■ I’liliiil; i J(iiU's24.11 Cll Irliiil.rr.i iim ' ■' n \v« .charles, jonf.sri'iilly.coiii 149 HAZELWOOD ■ 3 ci «R ЗВДiiairilcnance liee Cap; »'41ЧП pi.ti. MBR suile on iMin It.d cc;ei«l konl poicfi,2cjiall i»jge $189,900 4BR, M spill (oyet. blick lionl, 2 a( bsml gjiage Trey ceiling laister ВЯ. AiMilioral raim in tosemtnl. Buy now and choosc colois. $159,900 MHHAZtlWOOO-CislomtoUen, IIA MBR on rum ImI, bcais mom ovei g-iiaye, IiJaJ A liie ilwis ÌM5.36i8 covEiol Ifonl poich, tiA'Ifle palio $t7E,S00 N HAZELWOOD • 3BR, 2ВЛ uncliЛ/2 ar tasemonl garage anil 2 unlinished looms ana plumbed loi lull BA in basement lot lulure Cilianslon. ЯИ.М О O n t u o ^ 2 l . C o m m e r c i a l Swiccgood Wail & McDanicl 854 Valley Rd„ Suite 100 (336) 751-4444 K y le S w ic e g o o d , c c iM 336-909-2583 ■ 1 1 AMS C o m m e r c i a l R e a l E s t a t e f o r S a l e o r L e a s e R etail/Office S pace 3,500 Square Feet Available, For Sale or Lease - Located at the Bl-Lo Shopping Center Retail S pace A v a ila b le Downtown Mocksville, 6625 Square Feet on Main level, 5895 Basement level, Excellent condition, largest parking area In downtown Mocksville. REDUCED to $399,900. In d u st r ia l - Im p r o v e d 21,000 Square Feet - Industrial Building located on Hwy. 601 North, Great location for growing business. For Sale or Lease. W a r e h o u se S pa ce A v a ila b le Three 5000 Square Foot Units, Reasonable rates and reasonable terms. Call for pricing. L a n d 70 Acres - Main Church Rd. l-40 Visabiliiy. $8,9001 Acre. 200 Acres-Woodward Rd. S O L D 50 Acres - Hwy. 158 Great Farm or Mini Estate Subdivision. $6,900/Ac. UNDER CONTRACT 23 Acres - Off Industrial Blvd. Zoned G-l, Rail frontage, minutes from l'40. $25,000/Acre. 1.42 Acres - Retail Site Across from Mlller's,corner property,great Exposure $224,900. A ir p a r k C o m m u n it y Fly in Fly out.Great location for single engine users. Only 3 lots remaining. Prices range from $89,900 - $99,900. DAVIE COUNTY ICNTKKI'RISE КЕС01Ш,Thursday, Aug. 5,21)04 -1)3 Partnership Funding ‘Read To Me’ Program The Davie County Partnership for Children sponsors the “Read To Me" program. At a recent meeting of the Partnership for Children board of directors, an urgent need of funding for Ihe popular and vital program was approved in Ihe amount of $3,000, said the director, Anna Eichhorn. “All of the funds spent for this program came out of our unrestricted, private donations, no stale funding was used.” Read To me was started by the Davie Couniy Health Department, An employee came to the library and requested old, discarded books to distribute lo children who come to the heailh department. Ruth Hoyle, director of the Davie County Public Library, slated, “We realized this would be an opportunity to reach many children, especially some who do not come lo the library. We also knew we needed to do more than provide old, discarded books that were in bad condition.” In 1993, funding was received from the Margaret C. Woodson Foundution to purchase books for distribution Ihrough Ihe health department. The success and need was beyond expectation, Hoyle said. Children were excited lo receive a book; for many, Ihis was the first book Ihey had. The program was expanded to the Davie County Department of Social Services. At first books were in Ihe lobby for children lo read or have read to them while waiting. Staff at DSS realized the need for children to lake books home so they began distributing them. Currently books are distributed through Ihe health and social services departments. “We are able to select outstanding books and children’s favorites.” Eichhorn said. Each book is stamped wilh “Compliments of the Davie County Public Library; Funded by the Davie County Partnership for Children." "We know lhat for some children this is their only exposure to children’s books. Children continue to be enthusiastic about getting books and are proud lo own a book,” Eichhorn said. “The program is designed to promote the library and literacy to children, parents and/or caregivers, and staff working at local agencies." This program is possible wilh funding from Ihe Davie County Partnership for Children. Michelle Speas, board chair of the Partnership, said the program is important. “The Read to Me program is a local collaboration between the library, heailh department, and Department of Social Services lhat has a single purpose - lo provide a brand new book lo a young child in need who has no books in their home," Speas suid. “Studies have shown lhal Ihis simple outreach lo our most vulnerable children can help promote early literacy skills. These skills, in turn, help children prepare to succecd when they begin kindergarten." The mission of Ihe Partnership for Children is to ensure thnt all Davie County children enter school ready for succcss, “Otir board felt a granl to this collaborative, for the continuation of this prograni. was important lo Davie Couniy and to the children who need these books." Eichhorn said. у Á (. \ K I ) I \ \ I I I \S i wmtste Come Register for our Montlily $ 5 0 0 Giveaway! Now thru September 3i). .¡iXW. O n l U Q i 2 1 .Swicegood Wall & McDaniel (3.36) 7.S 1-2222 Open House Sat/Sun 2-4 PM Wllhin walking distance of Historic Downlown Mocksville, library, school, park, senior center, local churches and more. Two spacious BR’s and Baths, lovely sunroom, bullt-ln enlertalnment ctr., 9' ceilings, greal storage, nbhd pool with pool house and deck, walking trail, beautllul landscaping and picnic area. Minutes away Irom major cities ol Winslon-Salem, Lexington, Clemmons, Near top-notch golf, shopping and medical facilities. 100% Financing Available,_______________ Directions: MO West to Exit 174, turn telt. Hwy 1SB turn right, go past city limits signs. S/IOofmlle, loll on Milling Road, right Into Milling Way. H O W A K D R E A L ' r V " 330 s. S a lis b u r y St. M o c k s v ille (3 3 6 ) 7 5 1 - 3 5 3 8 l iours: Mondny-Fridny 8-0 Snliirdny D-12, Sunday By AppL ■ ' ^ И ж и Парру Itiitlulay Ken Saltvs! Clommons, 3DH. 2BA, many amonilios. 4ВП, 2BA, mninlonanco Iroo. man/ 3DR. ШЛ. 2«- ocios. somo loncod 3BR. 2ВЛ, 6.5 ncros. oiont mini Unlquo L-slinpod, 3BR, 2BA, sunioom. AlUppliancos. $ 116 ,0 0 0 . updates. WONT LASTI $ 114 ,9 0 0 . aioa. updalos. $ 10 9 ,9 0 0 . lorm. $ 10 7 ,5 0 0 . aon,ollico,2ooiooo5.,.S105,C Ejrtia dean, mony updalosl 3BH, Qroal Slartorl 3BR, 2BA wilh inrgo Spacious 2BR, ISA, DR. Sunroom, Almost now 3BR, 2DA, FP, all 2BR . 2BA, 10.5*A ncres. All 1,5BA,MovorfgM Ini $9 9 (9 0 0 . dock on 1/2 aero. $ 9 9 ,6 0 0 . full basomonll $ 8 9 ,9 0 0 . appliancos on .06 ac. $ 8 9 ,9 0 0 npplinncos. $ 8 9 ,9 0 0 .^ и н и а ж я я - м г . c m 264 WiNOWAno Cn ____________________________________________ Spacious 3B R , 28A. olono FP. READY TO MOVE INII All apphancos 3BR, 1.5BA on .48 no. Currenlly СголГ 20Я, 20A upper condo in ЗОЯ, I 50Л, Cootoemoo, now hoal/AC, boino updated. $ 8 4 ,9 0 0 .much nwrol $ 9 8 ,5 0 0 . ijEE lom ainll3BH ,2BA.$B8,900. я В39 2 M IC H A Ê L S R o a d I iVv I 1 2 5 Y a d k in S t r e e t Г7МП 2 9 2 W a tt Stre e t rTKl 15 2 G r o v e Зтпеет.ПЖП 1 4 2 E m e r a ld L a n e Clominons, ovoflooking pool. $ 8 1,5 0 0 row plumb., «лпр, updalixJ. $ 6 6 ,9 0 0 д Р р а Ш Е В Ш Я ц ЗЩ 2DA, dblewdo on I oc.. AH Spacious 3DR. IBA. Cooloomoo, Ensom onlcnio back ol proporty. T Oodroom, 1 Ofilh соИлдо with nico 2BR. 1 DA on 3/4 aero lot. Bolnfl appliancos. Below lax value $ 5 9 ,9 0 0 updalodolocl, $ 5 8 ,0 0 0 . 2 Bodrooms, 1 Bath. $ 5 1,9 0 0 . from porch. $ 4 1,9 0 0 . sold“nsl3" $ 3 5 ,0 0 0 . AVAM.AIU !■ Len s AND LANI) ANU RI'NTAL PUOI’KKTIES CItAdelRoad....Hwy. 601N......fiSüImons Road. #2 Salmons Road. ...t.l9Ac. $26,0002.25 Ac. HD S89.900....24 Ac. 1140,62510 Ac. 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DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 Cooleemee Woman Helps Launch Cotton Mill Initiative KANNAPOLIS - A news coiifcrcncc was licid recenlly by a coalition orcollon mill village hislorians. hislory groups, mu­ seums and others launching a new grass-roots niovcmeiil they are calling the "Southwidc Tex­ tile Heritage Initiative." The group announced plans lohoUl a Southwidc Colton Mill Reunion & Convention in April and called on "anyone and ev­ eryone who ever worked in a mill or lived in a mill town" to get involved nov/ before this his­ tory vanishes. Although most representa­ tives were from North Carolina, initiative organizers plan lo fan out 10 olher the other Southern textile slates of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia and Tennessee. Gathering for a planning meeting, which followed, were representatives from Forest City, Gastonia, Dallas, Caroleen, Bynum, Cooleemee, Greens­ boro. Salisbury, Erwin. Frank- linville and Glcncoe. Groups from West Durham and West Salem have been involved. Instituliotis concerned wilh textile hislory preservation at­ tended included the Levine Mu­ seum of the New South, the Gaston County Museum, the N.C. Humanities Council, the history department al Catawba College and the American Tex­ tile History Museum in Lowell, Mass. Unveiling Iheir new website w w w .Tcxlik'llcniagi’.ori!, the group implored mill village resi­ dents, lay hislorians und those svishing to preserve this unique culture to join ils ranks. It's coordinator, Lynn Rum­ ley, made Ihe following State­ ment. "Today we stand in front of old Cannon Plant No. I, a lillle less than a year from Ihc terrible day that Ihe Plllowtex Corpora­ tion announced the biggest in­ dustrial shutdown in Carolina history. Pillowtex was not the first textile company lo close nor it will be the la.st. “Maybe something can be done about losing our region's textile industry, maybe not. Bul, before the last whistle blows, there is something wc can do. Wc eon preserve Ihe hislory and heritage of Ihis industry and ils people. “Over the last hundred years there have been many observa­ tions about the cotton mill people of the South', there have also been a lot of assuinptions made. These turned into con­ cepts - many of which were one­ sided, inaccurate or derogatory. “But, when the story of the region's principal industry of Ihc last century is finally told, when Ihe veil is lifted from the picturc of this unique culture, it will be of great value for future genera­ tions. "This is a story of a human endeavor pulled up by its own bootstraps. It is a story of how a new industrial frontier enabled a culture loconlinue. It is a story of migration and settlement. Il is a tale aboul humility, pride, ability, honor, individuality, communalism, progress and re­ action lo it. "We are here today to an­ nounce the birth of a Southwidc Textile Heritage Initiative. We believe this initiative will be­ come a grass-roots movement to gather and preserve a proud legacy. "Today begins our call to anyone and everyone who grew up on a mill hill, in a mill vil­ lage or at a inill lown to take stock - it is time to inventory what wc have left. Facts must be gathered from the census and from the ledgers of company stores and payroll offices, Docu­ ments, photographs and artifacts - from butter chums, reed hooks, work aprons to looms, quill skin- DCAE Scholarship Winners The Davie County Association of Educators awarded $500 to each of the following graduated seniors, from left: DCAE president Jennifer Godbey, Linden Gartner, Alyssa Smilh and Carly Balsley. I I C a r o l i n a P r o p e r t i e s 3 3 6 - 9 9 8 - 7 7 7 7 Dubbie Prnchi'i OwiU'i/BioktM’ w w w . p c p n c . c o m tg jra « . H0(liu-yI5.iile> Ow’iicr/Ui'okoi C om m itted To Custom er Service m m i ) . ш т щ щ ф A u g u s t 8 • 2 - 4 p .m . New Listings ш т т : Г 1 6 6 B y e r ly s C h a p e l R o a d $ 1 1 2 ,0 0 0 D irectioim : J-‘IOW to E xit 168, left lo Green h ill Rd, R t on Davie Лсас/ету, 1лft onlo M r. Н ет у Rd, left on Byerlyn Chapel Rd. 150 Hickory Drive $189,000 A)] hnck, all gaH home Nplit 30U, 2I1A flfwr j)lan, vnuhod ceilin^j-s, Inrfjii rna.Hter Iwilh w/jclted tub, foyer, and formal {lining room w/ hanhvood fliKu-s, security «yHtfin, 3 bliKk-s Uihinti Oiwiu Hi«h Schwil. Agent/Owner 3021 US Hwy (ME $135,000 Hring your horw!s! Г> hU\II bam! Walnut, cherry, apple, po«d\, pecan and fig titv.s, 31Ш, 2UA home w/2 fia-places. Home 1.ч handicap friendly Huge kitchen and living r(wm. Iiome warranty 073 Deadmon Road $89,000 311H, IDA liomi) w/2 cnr gnnigo on 0.5 псгея. Uirgü rooms with many uixlnlcs. 269 Farmland Acres $349,Lilt 9 Laurens Orfvo $ 2 2 7 ^ 142 Bunker Way $227,900 301 Dogwood Lano $189,900 • .Л , .'V »• ■ .-.л ft 14l6ao»Cn»*OiidiRiJ $174,500 2545C ornato RoadSI59,900 167 New Hampshire и 8152,500 166 Green Grass Rd S149,900 5iaSalisburvStS134,900 151 Summit Or 5129,900 201 Rolling Hills Ln 8103,000 171 Crestviow Dr $99,500 C a l l t o d a y f o r y o u r F R E E h o m e m a r k e t a n a l y s i s !(ifiuTuI Мшиш<‘г ^ .M iin llr n d rii'k s КгГч(1'Ц |14И|Г(1|Ч|, IV ti'i-llf iiv i'ii Ь ч ‘ lla ib c i-lti'i),'i,'i'ii h 'i'in 'll :M ai;jni'ii‘ KoslíT C irulv D ui'lm in .■CII>-i)l(1.7(l7Í .•1'1(ИК«»-1(17!1 :i;i(i-¡i7K-aKr'lUllWKÜWIH«;i.4(i-IKIÍM(i7l ;i;i(i-i)iii-7.'i2:' ncr machines and spinning frames - must be saved from the trash dumps. “A massive inventory of our placcs must be undertaken. To­ day, there is not even a map of the cotton mill South. How many mills and mill houses re­ main? How many mill neighbor­ hoods are intact? Wc must find out. "Thousands of stories and surveys must be recorded before those who have them as memo­ ries pass from amongst us. "Each mill hill, village and lown in the South must commit itself lo work and begin now - before Ihe precious fibers of heritage are scattered by the wind. What we inventory, we must also save and preserve. “And, there is much more to explore than laboring in a cot­ ton mill. While we can, we must capture our elders' .sense of hu­ mor that gol them through many hard times. “Wc must ponder our parents and grandparents most cherished values - hard work, hard play, County Employees To Pay More For Insurance Ily Mike Gunning Spccial to the Enterprise County employees can expect to sec Ihe same types of coverage for dental insurance next year, bul they're going lo pay a little more for Ihe coverage - about 8.5 pcrceni more. The county relied on Jeff Patten of BB&T insurance services to investigate the' availability of affordable dental coverage for county employees, with an emphasis on maintaining currcnt benefits. Patten gave his findings to the board Monday, slating that after extensive research, a renewal proposal by Amerilas was Ihe best available. Employees paid premiums in the amount of $142,000 from July 2001 lo June 2003, and had claims in Ihc amount of .$116,900 in the same time frame. Typically, insurance companies allocate 35 percent of premiinn lo administrative costs. The claims paid to county employees in the two year time frame indicate a claim to premium ratio of 82 percent. The high claim history may have caused at least one firm to decline to bid for Davie’s busine.ss. "We are declining to quote on this group - because of their recent termination with Guardian" wrote Christie Warmath of Greensboro RGO, an insurance brokerage that deals with Guardian insurance. "This 8.5 percent increase is consistent with a trend that's out there," Patten .said. An employee paying $22.‘J2 a month will see his i^aic jump to .$24.16, while family coverage, currently at $80.76 wilt increase lo $83,32. “It’s not good news, but not as bad ns some of the others," said commissioner Ken While as he compared the rale increase lo health insurance premium spikes of recent years. We^ve got you covered... From the cornfields to the courthouse, the Enterprise Record cover.i Davie Counly. Subscribe loday fo r delivery each week to your maillw.x. Call 751-2120 for details D A V ia C O U N T V ENTERPm/EN|lECORD loyalty, ihdependcncc, honor, family and neighborly coopera­ tion. “We must explore and dissect their experience. These are people who lived in transition between Iwo worlds. They came to the mill villages wilh their chickens, cows and hogs and grew gardens. They were living in a new modem world and wilh a little cash they could easily see a motion picture or afford a sew­ ing machine and eventually a car. "The pioneers who built Ihc mills and moved their families from farms and mountain hol­ lows brought a heritage. Many of their ancestors had once spun and wove wool or flax in their cottages of Northern Ireland or the German Rhineland before seeking opportunity in the New World. Their frontier ancestors fought In the American Revolu­ tion; their parents and grandpar­ ents survived a bloody civil war before moving lo a new, indus­ trial frontier. Such historical I'Iciisc 'l\irn To Page DS Jennifer L. Watkins Watkins Passes Maryland Bar On June 15, Jennifer L. Watkins was admitted lo practice law in Maryland upon her pass­ ing of the February Bar Exami­ nation. Watkins received her law de­ gree from the University of Bal­ timore School of Law, and she received her bachelor’s degree in ■political science from the Univer­ sity of North Carolina al Chapel Hill. Watkins will be employed as an associate attorney at Ander­ son & Quinn L.L.C. in Rockville, Md. A 1996 graduate of Davie High School, Watkins is the daughter of Nannie Sales Watkins and the lale George Louis Walkins of Mocksville, Rynn Barnes Ryan Barnes Graduates From WCU Ryan .Man Barnes, son of Lee Anne and David Barnes, gradu­ ated May 8 from Western Caro­ lina University with a bachelor degree in Park and Recreation. In June, Ryan took a Iwo- weck Wilderness Education coursc offered by W.C.U. in the Grand Teions, During the first Iwo weeks of Augusi, lie will be in Alaska hiking, fishing and camping with other students from the university. Kyan has accepted a position as a huntin guide in Grand Junc­ tion, Colo. M ill Village L ife ... Continued From Pngc D4 experience shaped the culture brought to the mill villages. "If this Initiative is succetis- ful it will mean that the story of the cotton mill people - the in­ dustry they built, the communi­ ties they created, the lives they led - will be told to future gen­ erations. “The parents of yesteryear prepared a way for their chil­ dren , giving any help they could to see them inlo adulthood - leaving them a piece of land to farm or knowledge of a craft or mill job. So must we do for our children and grandchildren. "Our heritage is legacy worth far more than money. It may give our children the courage to face new frontiers as they carve out an economic future. Not unlike Native Peoples, we must work hard so that a culture will not vanish in these modem times. It may give our children an anchor for hard limes. “If this initiative is success­ ful, it will bring about a great public awareness of the contri­ bution of the South's cotton mill people. Every year, one week should be set-asido in each Southern state designated as "Textile Heritage Week." School children should explore this story and it must become part of our region's collective memory, “If this initiative is success­ ful it will allow us to preserve the familiar settings where these memories can best be shared - under the grond old red brick mill towers, along the narrow streets with side ditches, in the sanctuaries of the humble mill churches, beside the modest mill houses that gave such a feeling of equality, and on the wooded banks of the rivers where our grandparents were baptized, where fishermen caught supper and young couples courted and sparked. "If this initiative is success^ , ful it will not only provide our children an anchor but it has the potential to create new jobs In a Saturday Night QalM open lor prucilco at в p.m. Р1ВатНАСВАТВР.М. 1 A C ^ . 1 9 9 W iUITB M A M A aH M IN T ■ 199 exclllng laps tor the aup»r-faat Modified can plus Sportaman, Stnat Slock and Stadium Stock races Fniib' pfizo Irom M nrtinsvillc SpDOdwiiy. 4 tickets to O cl 23 KrotjCf 200 ЛЛС1 Oct. ;?4 Suhw ny .‘>00 with VIP porkiny т ы а Admission; Adult«, iBandoW er-Slo Afl«« 12-l7-$8 Ag««0-11-$1 Children undsrOFHEE wilh adull etcort PLENTY OF FREE PARKINQ Inlomiatton about stadium rKing: (ЗЭв) 72Э-1В19 P r e m i e r C arolina ¡‘ropt rlit s •■4 lUM.KIK ^ I 1.1 M |{ \ l \l V \ M .III , ' I t ( '____ ^ Just USTED 173 Wandering Lane SOLD in 8 Days! N e w L i s t i n g 276 Southwood Acres • $141,000 11118 3/4 BR, ЗВА homo ia locfltod in dceirablo cetabluOiod neighborhood. 1л. den w/gns log FP, now wimiowB, over 2000 eqft. Situntod on mnturo limdflcnpcd .94 nc lot. N e w L i s t i a s 150 Hickory Drive • $189^00 3tted tub, loyer л ш г т ш ш ш » « w u u w « DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 - DS fost growing industry known as heritage tourism. We’re belting our money that other people will want to hear our story and come to see where it took place, “We think visitors will pay good money to hear the story of a South they are much less fa­ miliar with - one where commu­ nities pitched in capital to start a cotton m ill, places where money was scarce, labors were long - but there was still time for enjoying a new fiddle tune, or brass band concert, for yelling at a ball game, for sitting on the porch or for ‘pounding’ a neigh­ bor in need. "We think they'll want to visit a place where no one locked their doors and where a distinc­ tion was made between crimi­ nals and outlaws. Let’s remem­ ber there would be no NASCAR today without that beaten track from moonshiner to mill hill via that fast driving bootlegger. To make the initiative work, Rumley said the group must: • involve every group from mill owner or manager lo card hands, spinner, battery fillers, weaves and men of the outside crews; • give an opportunity for the many mill hill children who did well to give back lo their home­ towns q;id villages; • allow banks and other in­ dustries - whose existence wns dependent on mill people - to belter recognize their own ori­ gins, as cotton mill folks pur­ chased a lot of soft drinks, pea­ nut butter crackers ond hcadache powders from the dope wagons rolled from floor to floor. Mill people had the cash to buy those first radios, becoming a mass audience for the Grand 01' Opry and they became the first fans of dirt track racing; • look for assistance from community colleges, universi­ ties and privale colleges - not simply to train for new jobs -but to help save history. “AU of these arc institutions, which the cotton mill people have supported all these years by our tax money and church tithes," Rumley said. “If this initiative is to be suc­ cessful, cotton mill people and their communities must band together to curb forces thnt nre undermining our future such as absentee landlords, rivers being dried up by power companies and scrap metal dealers melting down machine artifacts to build China's new dam. “So, if you or your parents grew up on tt mill hill - wc want to hear from you. We want you to feel a responsibility to leam and tell this .story. Next week­ end, tnke that camcorder and start recording mamaw and pa- paw. While you're at it, get your great aunt to identify Ihose fam­ ily pictures while she’s still got her mind and eyesight. “We call on you to support and involve yourself in this project by joining the Honorary Order of the Bobbin & Shuttle and proudly wear its lapel pin. "If you grew up in a mill vil­ lage, we want you to fill out the Mill Family Life Survey, adding your account to the historical record. "Most important, we want to invite you to a big Southwidc Cotton Mill Reunion & Conven­ tion to lake place next April. If your mill hill is nol yet repre­ sented on our planning commit­ tee, step up to the plate." Contact the Southwidc Tex­ tile Heritage Initiative by visit­ ing wmv.textileheritage.org or by calling 284-6040 or by writ­ ing Textile Heritage, PO Box 336, Cooleemee, NC 27014. 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Suite 100 (336) 7 5 1 -2 2 2 2 Hours: Mon - Fri 8 to 5:30 8 to 5:30 Sat: 9 to 1 "IF"..Jl (mM CLEMMONS 2419 Lewisville-Clemmons Rd (336) 778-2221 Hours; M-F 9:00 to 5:00 Sat: 9:00-5:00/Sun: 1-5 L jJшлттшШшШШ D6 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 P U B L I C N O T I C E S NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 04 SP 133 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained In lhat certain Deed of Trust .executed by BRENDA S LONG Single to TIM INC., Trustee(s), wtilct\ was dated end recorded Iho 07 day of SEP- TEM9ER 1999 In Book 313 at Page 3ei, DavIe County Registry, Nortti Carolina. Default having been made In tha payment of Ihe note thereby se­ cured by the said DeedofTrustand the undersigned, Tnistee Services of Carolina, LLC, having been sub­ stituted as Trustee In said. Deed ol Trust by an Instrument duly re­ corded In ths Office of the Register lease, and any other encum­ brances or exceptions ol record. To the best of the knowledge and be­ lief of tha undersigned, Ihe current owner(s) ol the property Is/are BRENDA S. LONG. Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC, Substitute Tnistee 5919 Oleander Drive Sulle 115 Wllmlnglon, NC 28403 Phone (910) 392-4988 Fax (910) 392-8051 File No.; FM040603M2S66 7-29-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE PUBLIC SALE: lulocksvllle f^lnl- Storage Intends to sell the contents of the following units for unpaid rent of Deeds of Davie County, North ,,Carolina, and the holder ol the note *' ^’'9® I Hanrey ($405.00) evidencing said Irtdebtednesa hav­ ing directed lhat the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, Ihe undersigned Substitute Tnistee will olfer for sale at the courthousa door ot the countv courthouse where the prop­ erty Is located, or the usual and customary locallon at the county courthouse for conducting Ihe sale on August 9, 2004 at 12:00PM, and will sell to Ihe highest bidder lor cash the lollowing described property situated In Davie Counly, North Carolina, to wit; BEQINNINQ al an oxlsling Iron In the Southeast comer ot Billie E. McDaniel (Deed Book 190, Page 439) Northeast comer ot Billie E. McDaniel (Deed Book 57, Page 104}; thence from the point and place ot beginning wUh the Billie E. McDaniel line North 02 degs. S3 min. 45 sec. West 68.26 feet lo an unmarked point In the roadway; thence continuing North 02 degs. ■ 53 min. 45 sec. tVasf29.76 teet to an unmarked point In the roadway; thence North 77 degs. 38 mln. 10 sec. East 38.34 teet to an un­ marked point In SR 1602; thence North 74 degs. 52 mln. 00 sec. East 8S.87 feet lo an unmarked point In SR 1602; thence North 72degs. 41 mln. 25 sec. East 84.75 leet lo en unmarked point In SR 1602; thence North 71 degs. 23 mln. 05 sec. East 70.52 teet to an unmarked point In y SR 1602; thence North 71 degs. 03 mln. 00 sec. East 99.68 feet to en unmarked point In SR 1602 North easternmost comer of the within descritjed tract In the line ol Linda H. Dunn (Deed Book 206, Pago 710); thence wllh the Dunn line South 03 degs. 17 mln. 35 sec. liVesf 19.74 feet to an existing Iron In SR 1602; thence continuing Soulh 03 degs. 17 min. 35 sec. West 196.01 leet to an existing Iron in the line of Linda H, Dunn (Deed Book 191, Page 029); thence North 6 8 degs. 51 mln. 35 sec. West 113.89 feet to an existing Iron, com­ mon corner with Linda H. Dunn (Deed Book 191, Page 029); thence with Ihe Linda H. Dunn line South 03 degs. 45 mln. 10 sec. East 1600.49 leel to a polnl In Ihe right ol way ol U.S. Highway 64; thence North 85 degs. 49 mln. 00 sec. West 231.65 feet to a point near the edge of Ihe right of way of U.S. 64; thence North 03 degs. 47 mln. 25 sec. West 1,588,15 feet to an iron, the POiNTAND PLACE OF BEQINNINQ, containing 9.647 acres, more or less, as sun/eyed by August 23, 1999, by C. Ray Cates, Registered Land Surveyor, and being those lands conveyed lo the Grantor In Deed Book 65, Page 2 1 1 and Deed Book 57, Page 104. For lurther relerence see Davio Counly Tax Map J-5, Parcel 9. The above described tract Is conveyed subject to any easements, agree-' ments or rights of way and other encumbrances of record. Save and except any releases or deeds ol release of record. Said property Is commonly known as 158 John Crolls Road, Mocksville, NC 27028. Third party purchasara must pay the excise tax, and the court costs ol Forty-Five Cents (4Se) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursu­ ant to NCOS 7A-308(a)(1). Acash deposit (no personal checks) ol five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750,00), whichever Is greater, will be required at the time ol Ihe sale. Following the expiration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are Immedi­ ately due and owing. Said property to be oflered pur­ suant lo Ihls Notice of Sale Is be­ ing oflered tor sale, transler and conveyance “AS IS WHERE IS.” There are no represenlailons ol warranty relating to the title or any physical, envlronmenlal, heallh or salety condlllons existing In, on, at, or relating to the property being ol­ lered lor sale. This sale Is made subject to all prior Hens, unpaid taxes, special assessments, ease­ ments, rights of way, deeds ol re- #155 Nora Hosch ($445.00) #383 Kim Weaver ($280.00) Public sale dato Is August 20, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. No personal checks. Household. Balance must be paid by Aug. 18 to stop sale. 817 Salisbury Rd. • Eaton Street, 751- 2483. 8-5-2ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualllled as Co-Execu­ tors of Ihe Esiate of ELUT. PITTS, lale of Davie County, this Is to no­ tify all persona having claims against said eslale to present them to lha undersigned on or before the 29lh day ol October, 2004, being three (3) months from ths first day ol publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate paymenl to Ihe undersigned. This 21st day of July, 2004. RAY 0. TUTTEROW, Co-Executor 198 Greenhill Road Mocksville, NC 27028 DAVENAT PRATT, Co-Executor 6800 Qreenleigh Alexandria, VA 22310 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorney al Law Ten Court Square IVlocksvllle. N0 27028 7-29-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualilied as Executor of the Estate ot ANNA MARIE NICOLLS, deceased, late ol Davie County, North Carolina, this Is lo nollly all parsons having claims against said estate to present Ihem to Ihe undersigned on or before Ihe 5th day of November, 2004, said date being at least three months Irom the dale ol llrst publication of Ihls notice, or this nollce will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to Ihe undersigned. ' This Sth day ol August, 2004, the same being the Ihe (IrsI publl- Gallon date. Thomas C. NIcolls, Executor of the Esiate ol ANNA MARIE NICOLLS Grady L. McClamrock, Jr., NCSB S#V866, Attorney lor Ihe Esiate 161 South Main Street Mocksville, NC 27028 Telephone: (336) 751-7502 7-29-4tn STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF STANLY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION 04-CVD-984 MICHELLE 2IRRILLI0, Plaintiff, vs. URRY MORRIS, Defendant. NOTICE OF SERVICE PROCESS BY PUBLICATION TO: Larry Morris the above named delendant TAKE NOTICE thal a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed on Ihe 16lh day of July, 2004, In the above entitled Summons and Complaint. The nature of the relief being sought Is as follows: Custody You are required to make de­ fense to such pleading not later than tha 17th day of September, 2004, said dale being 40 days from Ihe first publication of Ihls nollce, or Irom the date complaint Is re­ quired to be filed, whicheverls laler, and upon your failure to do so Ihe party seeking relief against you will apply to Ihe court lor the relief sought. This the 27th day of July, 2004. BY; Lisa W. Currie Attorney lor PlalntifI 214 Epsl North Street Albeldarle, NC 28001 704-983-6116 State Bar #21285 8-3-3ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTOR’S NOTICE Having qualllled as Co- Executrixes of Ihe Esiate of ELSIE T. STANLEY, deceased, late of Davie Counly, North Carolina, this Is to notlly all persons having claims against said estate to preseni Ihem lo Ihe undersigned on or before Ihe 22nd day of October, 2004, said date being at least three months Irom the date ot llrst publication ol this notice, or this notice will be pleaded In bar of Ihelr recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make immediale payment to Ihe undersigned. This 16th day of July, 2004. Marie Hawks & Louise Gunter c/0 2521 Wyo Road Yadkinville, NC 27055 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorney at Law Ten Court Square Mocksville, NC 27028 7-22-4tn, NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualilied as Executor of the Esiate of BENJAMIN B. HINCKLEY JR., late of Davie County, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said esiate to present Ihem to the undersigned on or before Ihe 29Ih day of Octo­ ber, 2004, being three (3) months from Ihe first day of publication or Ihls notice will bo pleaded In bar of Ihelr recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment lo Ihe under­ signed. ■ This 29th day of July, 2004. Robert M. Stephenson Jr., EXEC 46 Beacon Hill Road Columbia, SC 29210r5663 7-29-4ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualllled as Executor ol Ihe Estale ol DAVID WILSON TURNER, late ol Davie County, this Is to nolily all persons having claims against said estate lo present them lo the undersigned on or before the 5lh day of November, 2004, being three (3) monlhs from Ihe first day of pubilcallon or Ihls notice wiil be pleaded In bar ol Ihelr recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This Sth day ol August, 2004. Brad Turner, Executor of the Estatec/o Gordon W. Jenkins, Suite 200 155 Sunnynoil Court Winston-Salem, NC 27106 8-5-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor ol the Esiate ol PAUL GILES BARNEY JR., deceased, lale ol Davie Counly, North Carolina, this Is to notlly all persons having claims against said esiate to present Ihem to Ihe undersigned on or belore Ihe SIh day ol November, 2004, said dale being at least three months Irom the date of llrst publication of this notice, or this nollce will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. Aii persons Indebted lo said estate will please make Immediate payment lo the undersigned. This 28th day of July, 2004. GALE MELTON BARNEY 216 Montclair Drive ■ Advance, NC 27006 MARTIN & VAN HOY. LLP Allorney at Law Ten Court Square Mocksville, N0 27028 • ■ 8-5-4tn NORTH CAROLWA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having quallfled as Executor ol the Estale of ELMER S. WALL, late of Davie County, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said eslale to present them lo Ihe un­ dersigned on or belore the 29th day ol October, 2004, being three (3) monlhs from the llrst day of publi­ cation or this riotlce will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This 29lh day of July, 2004, Robert Lanier Wall. Jr.-EXEC 157 Hickory Drive Mocksville, NC 27028 7-29-4Ш NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualllled as Executor ol the Estale ol GLENN E. SEAFORD, late ol Davie County, Ihls Is lo notlly all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before Ihe 29lh day of October, 2004, being Ihree (3) months from the first day of publication or Ihls notice will be pleaded In bar of Ihelr recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make Imme­ diate payment to Ihe undersigned. This 29th day ol July, 2004. ELOISE S. SEAFORD, Executor 176 Buck Seatord Road Mocksvllla, NC 27028 CROWELL 4 PORTER , Attorneys and Counsellors at Law 120 North Jackson Street Salisbury, NC 28144 7-29-4ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor of the Estate of JEAN UPIEJKO, lale of Davie County, this Is to notlly all persons having claims against said estale to present Ihem to the undersigned on or belore Ihe 22nd day of October, 2004, being three (3) monlhs from tha first day of publication of this nollce or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to sard estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Kenneth J. Laplejko, EXEC 112lsleworth Court Advance, NC 27006 7-22-4ln NORTH CAROLINA' DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having quallfled as Executor c Ihe Estate of SAMUEL LUTHEI DAYWALT, late'of Davie Countj Ihls Is to notify all persons havin claims against said estate t present them to Ihe undersigned o or before Ihe 29th day of Octobe 2004, being three (3) months Iror the first day ol publication or thi notice will be pleaded In bar ol the recovery. All persons Indebted I said eslale Will please make Imms diate paymenl to Ihe underslgnec This 28lh day of July, 2004. Richard L.'Daywalt, EXE( 1593 Davie Academy Roa Mocksville, NC 2702 7-29-41 M FA B LES T trttnNH ItnVICtl Ablest Is seeking great workers for possible temp-to-hire positions (n yadWnWlle. All Jobs are 2"^ ond 3"* shifts with a 6 day on/3 day off schedule $9.00 per hour Must have a itdbl« work rccord with at Icoit on« ytor In o fo«t*paecd «. manufacturing preferred. Must be oble fo perform physically active work that include« being on your feet in both hot and coot weather. High school or &ED required. Must be able to read and write English and be computer literote. Must hove good ottendonce ond sofety record. M eren cel and clean crimJnoi background required. Quolifled condldotu will bt required to complete an Interview and testing process prior to beglming work. This client offers on excellent work e ment with e ttrong wage ond benefit pockoge. T>ws« (nttr«st«d can eppiy dlreetly «rith Mbtoit Staffin g 9 59 yodklRvtlU Rood Meekivitt«. NC 270 28 3 3 6 -7 5 1-4 4 14 EO E DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 - D7 Ш Е Х Ш И Ш ГЕ F R O F T E A B L E AbortlonAlternatlve Commercial Property DAVIE PREGNANCY CARE Center oilers confidential & Iree pregnancy tests, support ser­vices, and relerrais. Make a healthy choice for your llfel Call 753-HOPE lor appointment. A nim als 12 Y/O QH Gelding. Great trail horse. Kid safe. $1500 neg. 704- 546-7530 2 YR OLD registered Arabian gelding $1000.00 0 80 2 yr old registered AQH gelding $1000.00 (300 336-782-1337 MULTIFAMILY YARD SALEMany household Items & horse supplies. Saturday, Aug. 7, 8-1. 638 PInevllle Rd, Mocksville. A ntiques HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT • Inpmlwit Coding SpaoUIIM Full-llmo; Monday-Friday. (Irst shift. ^ . Outpattont Coding Spulalltt Part-time; 40 hours per pay period; Monday-Friday, flexible schedule. HOME HEALTH & HOSPICE • Cartlflad Oooupatlonal Tliaraplit (0TB)— Full-llmo, Monday-Friday, first shift. • Raglitarad N u ru (or CAPCara Full-time. • Raglitarad N uiw for Hotploa Part-llme, weekend option SaturdayySunday 12 hours. ■ LABORATORY • Madicat Taclmologltt-Full-tlme; Sunday-Thuisdoy, J'.30pm-11:00pm. NURSING • Reglitaiad Nursat— Flex Nursing positions; Critical Care Services— 12-hour shifts, straight pm's or rotating shifts; Medical Surgical Services— 12-hour shifts, straight pm's or rotating shifts; Emergency (department. SIQN-ON BONUS with 2-year commitment. PHARMACY • Clinical SMPhannacist, RPh/Pharmtt-Full-tlmo, Monday-Friday, rotational woekends every third and limited socond shift. PHYSICAL REHABILITATION • LIcanted Physical Tharaplsts, LPT Full-time, Monday-Friday, no call, one weokond per month, Acute Care. • Cartltlsd Occupational Therapist (OTRI— Part-time, Monday-Friday, (our hours a day, first shift. RADIOLOGY • Cardiac Cath/Spaclal Procadurat Technologist CVIijtRRTI • CT Technologist CT IARRT) • CT registry required; (ull-tlme, second shllt. > . MRI Tachnologlst M R lARRT) MR registry required; full-time. Interested candidal«, apply online or In penon atj Rowan Regional Mcdical Center, Attni HR, 613 MiKkivlltc Ave., Salisbury, NC 3 8 1 4 4 , F a«i (7 0 4 ) 3 1 0 - S 0 J 4 | Phonei (7 0 4 ) 3 1 0 - 5 3 0 3 , E-millt jobtOrowan.org. . Unique Individuals give us a diverse perspective. EOE. R o m N R e g i o n a l Medical Center Located In hlitorlc Sallibury, NC, RowmRcstoMl Medlcel Center It a nol'fopprofU, 30B>bed acute care facility offering a unique profettional netting that Is both coltaborailve and Individually nurturing. Our Medical Cenler couplet Ihe right combination of resources and encour«ge.*nent, enabling you lo make an Impact on people's lives... and your career. Discover real tucceisat Rowan Regional. At Rowan Regional Medical Center, strong growth potemial and profesilonal sarlsfacilon come together. We proudly offer competitive salaries, generous benefits and much more. T o leaiti m o re « ^ u t the«e an d o lh e r excitin g o p p o rlu n iU ei, p le u e vlsU o u r w e b itte att www.rowan.org i ANTIQUE BARBER CHAIR Antique Duncan Phyfe sofa 753-2349 FOR SALE: 2 Antique Steamer truni<s $150.00 for both. Call 940- 6283 alter 6:00.______________ Apartm ents IBR, IBA - utilities Included, Mocksville - $425/mo. Janice McDaniel, Pennington & Com­pany Realty, 751-9400. IBR, 1BA-UTILITIES In-eluded- Moci<8Vllle $425/month Janice McDaniel Pennington & Company Realty ■ 751-9400 LARGE 1 BEDROOM Apt. Downtown Mocksville. No chil­ dren, pets or HUD. 704-278- ;1717. MOCKSVILLE SUNSET TER­RACE: All brick energy efficient apartment. 1 & 2 bedroom, pool, basketball court & swings. Kitchen appliances lurnlshed In­cluding dishwasher. 1.5 baths, washer/diyer connections. High energy efficient heat pump pro­vides central heat and air. Prewired for cable TV & phones. Insulated windows & doors. No wax kitchen & balh floors. Lo­cated In Mocksville behind Ihe old 'Hendricks Furnllure building (now Carolina Precision Machln- ■ery) on Sunset Dr. olf of Hwy. 158. Office hours 1-6 M-F & Sat. ID- 12. Phone 751-0168. SPACIOUS 2 Bed r o o m, 1 bath brick duplex for renl. Just remod- :eied: new paint, new carpet, new 'flooring, reflnished hardwood ■floors. Also, 1 Bedroom "fur­nished" duplex, no pets, lease -t- deposlt. Call lor price and delails. •336-284-4758________________ Beach Property GREAT INVESTMENT OR re­tirement property ($89,000). 2 Doublewldes on 1.34 acres fenced and cross fenced, 3BR, 2BA & 2BR.1BA with Floridaroom, 2 bay garage wllh work­ shop. 10 miles Io beach, 6 miles to WeekI Wachee Water Park; A b s o l u t e A u c t i o n W I N S T O N - S A L E M Yadkin Valley Estate If.6 ± Acres B eautiful Lo g M a n o r Great Room with Massive Stone Fireplace • Dlnlnjr Room I • Gourmet Kitchen • 3 Bedrooms • 3.5 Baths • Oak Floors • Garage/Shop • Generator • Extensive Landscapln«• Magnlflclent Hilltop Views » Located In Heart of Carolina Wine Country 1 H our From C hariotte W ednesday, A ugust 11 i SauNc Regardless Puce! No Minimums • No Beseives FgKjgpcHuiit! 1.800-445-6597 or (256) 547-3434 THE NATIONAL A UC TIO N GROUP, INC. I И4 Wjinul Sireel • Gadsden, Al 3S90I • ww«tu(lQruUuctlonitouó.ciim т>.кця1*тота»>1сяе1С1М17>нсл1и);|;г.Е(||).н^гц1м.||И1ганец|мм Л М 1М КЛ Ч I m o i m iv P moiimiv A i k i i o T^TTm VARIOUS COMMERCIAL PROPERTIESWarehouse & Office space Janice McDaniel Pennington & Company Realty __________751-9400_________ C o n d o s For Rent 2br, 2ba condo-Clemmons- $800/month Janice McDaniel Pennington & Company Realty 751-9400 ATTENTION: UNC CHAR- LOTTE students. Walk to class, 2BR, 2BA condo w/ stove, refrig­erator, dishwasher, washer/dryer, A/C, cable. $625/month. Avail. Aug.1 or sooner. 336-778-8898 Em ploym ent BUSINESS OPPORTUNITV- WORK from home. Local team expanding. Free training & website. No selling. Unltd. In­come potential. www.chlpslaylnhome.com 1-888-310-6204 DEPUTY FIREMarshail/FIre Inspector The primary responsibility of Ihe Deputy Fire Ivlarshall/Flre Inspector will be to perform code enforcement and fire Inspections under the NC Fire Prevention Code and other duties as may be assigned. The employee Is expected to work a maximum ol 20 hours/week Tfie candidate shall be a high school graduate with some fire- related post-secondary educa­ tion. A college degree Is highly desirable, but not requlred.The candidate shall possess tact and the ability to relate to business owners and manag­ers. The candidate shall possess ( or have the ability to oblain) slate Inspection certifications. A Fire Inspector Level III Is preferred. To apply, submit a Davie County Application Form to: W. 6. Wlialey, Director Development Services & Facilities Management 172 Clement Street Mocksville, NC 27028 The position Is open Immedi­ ately and applications will be accepted until position Is filled. Davie Counly Is an Equal Opportunity Employer Located In Spring Hill, Florida [live In one, rent the olher). Call I6-284-475B lor further details. C hild Care ALMOST HOME CHILD care has opeings lor all ages, 0-12 yrs. Full-time, Part-time, Drop-In, Be­ fore & Aflar School and Out of School Days. 1st & 2nd shift, Open 5:30 am. Flexible hours, Split shifts also. Cali Debra. 751- ■pLAY (7529) 571 S Main St., H/1ocksville, across from Welch’s Funeral Home. KOUNTRY KORÑER DAYCARE-a lour star center ol Advance has Immediate open­ings lor ages 6 wks thru sohool age. Call 998-2220 ask lor Linda or ChrlBtle. _________________ Commercial Property 'COMMERCIAL BUILDING FORlease-529 Redland Rd.-4 offices, 18x18, 2BA, coffee bar & rec. hail. 998-5726 CQMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR sale or Iease-40x60 Morion Build­ing located in Northern Davie Counly, 4 yrs old, like new condi­tion, 2 large doors, office, bath, formerly a HVAC business, 1 acre, well, septic, $850/month 336r751-7502 I GENE TREXLER ROOFING Now & Old Roofs Small Repair Jobs Freo Estimates 3 3 B -2 B 4 -4 5 7 1 2 0 Y E A R W A R R A N T Y Longest Lasting 3' Coverage / Many Colors Pole BuiitJIngs V-' Metal Roofs & Siding g t -8 8 8 - 2 7 8 - 6 0 5 0 MID-STATE METALS C A S H PAID FOR ANTIQUES. PARTIAL OR WHOLE ESTATES. COLLECTABLES, OLD METAL TOYS, ANTIQUE FURNITURE Gall Urthur BoiUtk 338-492-5992 F O R S A L E : Cars • Trucks Utility Buildings Carports: All Sizes, All Galvanized All Size Dog Lols 336-751-3442 Mocksville, NC EXPERIENCED CARPENTERFOR framing crew. 40-pius hours weekly w/overtlme. Must be de­ pendable. No drugs, no hot­ heads. 336-467-7061 or 336- 998-7428. m ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIS- TANT-Wlll have widely varied re­ sponsibilities Including clerical duties, managing databases, pro­duction of newsletter and other gromotional materials, assisting Ireclor wllh special projects, handling accounting functions for the department and assisting with programs and special events. Candidate must possess sIrong computer & organizational skills, strong communication & 1п10фвг- sonafskllls, a vehicle for use dur­ing work & a desire lo work wllh older adults. Education beyond High School & considerable sec­retarial, clerical, fiscal or office management skills preferred. Starting salary $22,225 -f ben­ efits. Submit county Application to Kim Shuskey, Dlreclor, Davie Co. Senior Services, 622 N Main St., Mocksville , NC 27028. Ap­plications will be received until position Is filled. Davie County Is an Equal Opportunity Employer. LAND ТЕК GMS, ground malnlalnence workers & supervi­sors. Pay DOE, health benefits, vacation. For appointment call 998-9340. NEEDED: CHURCH organist/ planlst/choir director.Exp. preferred but not necessary. Call: 998-7750 or mail resume: Advance United Methodist Church, P 0 Box 2021, Advance, NC 27006. Attn: Harry Sammons E m p lo ym e n t___ SHORT ORDER COOK experi­ enced or will train Tuesday-Sat- urday. Call 998-7290 SOUTHERN BRIDE INYadkinville accepting applications lor experienced sales associate to work in bridal & tuxedo depart­ments. Professional appearance & retail experience required. Call Lisa at 679-2005 for appointment. SUCCESSFUL REAL ESTATE OFFICE seeking Olfice Manager- must have strong computer and communication skills. Send re­sume’ to Rehr@bellsouth.net or fax lo 336-778-0929. TRACTOR TRAILER DRIVERSneeded. Class A-CDL required. Benelits. Call 998-8700 to apply. WORK AVAILABLE IN small machine shop. PT preferred. FT possible for quallfled applicant. Call 284-2253, M-Thurs 9am- 4pm only.___________________ H om es For Rent 1BR, CENTRAL AIR, gas heat, w/two oar garage, Cooleemee, NC 336-284-4373 2S3 MAIN ST, Cooleemee, for renl or sale, 3 large BR, 1.5BA, kllchen/dining room, garage, new heat/air, completely remodeled. Some financing. 751-5925 or 751-1702 2BR, IBA, HOME, central heat/ air, all electric. No pets. 305 Avon St., $475 monlh $475/deposlt 751-7502 2BR, IBA, TWO blocks from YMCA. $480/mo. & $350 dep. 751-4730 336-736-7382, 336- 409-0763. ADVANCE-3BR, 2BA convertlent to 1-40 $7?.5/mo ADVANCE-3BR, 2BA til-level with wired outbuilding $900/mo WINSTON SALEIH-3BR, Z.5BA I3ock, 2 car garage $975/ino MOCKSVILI.E-3BR, 1.5BA Slngiewide $500/mo Pennington & Company Realty 751-9400 CALL CENTURY 21 SWICEGOOD WALL & MCDANIEL336-751-2222 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm 336-751-5555 Exl. 213 Nights & Weekends WHAT A DEALI Beautilul 4BR, 2.5BA home on Ealon's Church Rd. Over 2000 sq. It., LR, DR, basement, attached carport, washer, dryer, stove, dish­washer, double ovens and disposal Includedl $1000/month 2BR possibly 3BR, IBA home on Howardtown Rd. Refrigera­tor, range oven and attacned caroort Included. Oil heal and window units. $550/month 2BR, IBAhome on Yadkinville Rd. Greal locallonl Oil heat & window units. No appliances. $500/month 1BR, 1BA home on E. Lexington Rd. No appliances but utilities included In rent price. $425/montn 2BR, IBAhome on E. Lexington Rd. No appliances )/monlh Ц'mil W I S S C O R V S R M I N I 'S T O R A G E For all your storage needs, choosc us! Come by to inquire about tree rental. 2975 Hwy. 64 E in Fork CoUtotbyl (336) 9 9 8 -8 8 1 0 MILLtR EQUIPMENT RENTAL S U M ia iB IS H E M !Bobcal. aeraiot coreilliiuoer a iitorG lor rout lotlayl Mbc^.»,ii''' «i-751‘2304 H om es Fo r Rent H om es Fo r Sale COUNTRY HOUSE, 505Turkeyfoot Road. Call alter 4pm, 336-414-1448 COZY 3BR HOUSE w/large Inground pool In quiet Davie County neighborhood. 12 min. lo 1-40. Appliances furnished Includ­ ing dishwasher. 790 Fork Bixby Rd. Advance. $775/mo. 336-998- 3450. HOWARD REALTY Gena Cline 751-8562 3BR,1BACooleemee$500/month 2BR,1BACooleemee$500/monlh 3BR.2BA mobile home-Wm R Davie $500/month 2BR, 2BA mobile home-Advance $550/monlh 2BR,1BA Country home w/porohes Advance $600/monlh 3BR,1.5BA Mocksville$700/monlh Lai 4BR, IBA 'month Mobile Home Lots: Gun Club Rd. $225.00 Daniel Rd. $125.00 Hartáis Pool & Supplies Cli»nlie«ClienilabM«talbtiM Opentng & CMng • VM Uner Repbctmeirt Tomtuy I lanis/Owi^cr-Ovcr 2i\ Yrs, Exp. 2 7 7 1’lcasanl A civ Dr., M ocksvillc Home (33612844817 .Business (336)9094027, CARTNER ANGUS FARMS INC. We will Treat Yon Rif-ht! SANDS: GRAVEL HAULING IX>ZING J.P. Cartner Denney Stroud I ¡(336)492-5764 (704)883-2182 ! (704)880-0168 (336)492-2015 { Office space available wllh ireal Hwy 601 frontage. Just Inutes from Wal-Mart. Call for more details. TOP PAY! Adccco in Ingersoll-Rand is now hiring M a c h in is t s , W e ld e t s , F o r k L i f t O p e r a t o r s , a n d S e c o n d S h i f t J a n i t o r s . Fur infonnaiion rcgiircliiig these jincJ other available positions plea.sc call 3 3 6 - 7 5 1 > 6 8 6 0 Adecco EOE RANDY MILLER &SONS 295 Miller Roud •Mocksvillc (336) 284-2826 • Now Pumping Septic Tanks • S№ steer Work Itsnc/isr Work Hauling Sepile Svdems Louder NICE 4BR, 2BA home, Ig. sepa­rate garage, no indoor pels, de­posit required. 284-4481 or 998- H om es Fo r Sale 181 RANDOM ROAD, Mocks­ville, Davie Cbunty, spill level, four bedroom, 2.5 baths, nicely landscaped In great neighbor­hood, near Davie High School, $189,500. Call for appointment 336-751-4358. 253 MAIN ST, Cooleemee, lor renl or sale, 3 large BR, 1.5BA, kitchen/dlning room, garage, new heat/air completely remodeled. Some financing. 751-5925 or 751-1702 801 SOUTH NICE older home, 3BR, IBA living room, dining room, outbuildings on large lol. $59,900. 336-753-1040 b o n a n z a m o b lle h o m o 8 .c o mmobiles & modulars. We will not be undersold. Shop us. Call us. 1-888-462-7806. EASTERN DAVIE COUNTY, 260 Creekwood Dr. 1 ml Irom 1-40. Recently updated. 5BR, 2.5BA, fireplace, approx. 2500 sq. ft. Spilt foyer, open lloor plan, move In condition under $150,000.998- 5639. NEW CUSTOM BUILT home, 3BR, 2BA, "on your lot." Normal Cost $120,000.00 on sale for $79,900.00 until Seplember 1st. Call 1-800-672-9223. NEW DdUBLEWIDE HOME, big lol, 3BR, 2BA, front porch, rear deck, heat pump, $76,000. re­duced to $69,900. 998-5816 or 284-2653. RENT TO OWN-Counly Line area. Qualified buyer 3BR/2BA, CHA, appliances In kitchen, fenced backyard, paved drive. Call 704-278-0974. SECLUDED 38 ACRES, 5BR/ IBA farmhouse, 9-stall barn w/ lack & feed room, 4,000 bale loft, tractor shed, well & smokehouse & wort<shop, 14x70 mobile home. Addilional 50 acres available, $225,000. 704-278-2679 Lan d Fo r Sale 1.12 ACRES W/DRIVEWAY andseptic system, Jamestown Dr.. Mocksville. $16,400 655-3147 or 492-7309. STICK BUILT HOMES or mobile home lots for sale. 998-5816, 284-2653 Lost & Found FOUND DOG - Young yellow chow. Spillman Rd. area. 998- 0247_______________________ Lots Fo r Rent CAMPER SPACE FOR rent, Cooleemee, NC 336-284-4373 PEACEFUL COUNTRY SET- TING, septic & well. $150/mo; $150 dep, 1 year minimum lease. 996-2508___________________ Lots F o r Sale RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOT1.6 acres, restricted. Near Twin Cedars Golf course and 1 mile to shopping center. Call Wilson 336- 751-2000. RESIDENTIAL LOT ON quiel road in established fine home neighborhood. Restricted, neat Mocksville, high school & shop- ping. Call Wilson 336-751-2000. M iscellaneous BARBER & BEAUTY shop equipment. 998-8276,998-8222 BRUNSWICK 8-FT pool table. Like new, paid $2000, sacrifice $1000.998-7826. FREE DIRECTV SATELLITE system delivered & Installed In up to 3 rooms. 1-866-904-3600 JET MODEL, JET 3 power chalt used less than 20 hrs. LIsl $5000.00 will sell for $3000.00 Phone 751-3985 F O R E C L O S E D iHomes M l ln g A t I I l M g 'f f y i Including 250 Houses П Р ) I In North & South Carolina nu - AUe 27 • 1 PMHolltlay Inn Select W in sto n S alem Нзкс Plant I I To Take Advanla^s ol Ihii Fantastic Home Buying Offert Opon House Auq2I &Aug22 1tt3pm IIIIDSOiNS MAKSii/UJ, 8 0 0 -4 4 1 -0 4 0 1 lu ic ls o n a iic l m Г) r s h a 11. с о m FORKUFTDRIVER/EXPEDITOR Kowounoo Sdontrtto Con»ratton, a toadlng nuinutQCturor ol high quality latx>mtory and technical tumituro since 1906, has an opening for o full'time Forkllf! Drtvor/Expodttor on second shHl ol our dlslrttxjtlon center. Responsibilities: •Loodino and unloodino trucks by various methoOa-liftlno, clamp tiucka. lorttlllts and handt(ucka •Finished goods inventory tracking using computer Interface. •Finlshod goods order picking from computer gonoratod lists 'InvQototy and ofder audlWottllcalion •Pertorms general rack and warehouse housokoeping actlvttles •Addttlonal duties as assigned Qualilicattorui: •Must bo a certified torklift driver, sit- down/stand-up lorVtitt exporlence be ablo to titt up to 60 Ibe. on a regular basis •Good work history •Valid ddver's license •Ablo to work weekends/bolida/s as required •Computer litemte •Pravtous dffllribulk>n and warehouse exporlence preferred •Attention to dotall, organization and good whiten and verbal communk»tlon skills ore roqulfod •Basic math skills required •HS diplonvi or QEO preferred •Must have strong work ethks •Must bo wilting to work 2nd shlti Wo offer a comprehenslvd benefits package consisting of; modical, dental, life Insurance, disability, rollremont savings plans and more. Kewaunee Is an Equal Opportunity Employor. U.S. Ciilzonshlp or Qroen Card. Qualified candidates shouW apply In person, with wage roqulremonts, at: Kewaunee Sclontillc, Human Rosourcefi Department located at 2700 West Front Street, Statesville, NC. Or sond an electronic resume to: debbiobrowerOkewaunee.com W E *R E B U IL D IN G B E T T E R C A R E E R S _OLSJ_RJ.B.UXLQ.N_Q-P_E.O_fLTJUJlLUia_ p ro d u c tiv ity p a rtn e rsh iip s u n p a ra lle d o p p o rtu n itie s lBVml4 Horn И ти м М ' Lowe's Companies. Inc., a Fortune 50 company, offers a unique culture and a refreshing combination of benefits lhat is considered one of Ihe best packaoas In rotall. Build your coreer ot Lowe's with one ot Ihe follcmilnB outstanding full-tlmB opportunitlQa: DISTRIBUTION TEAM IV1 E M B E R S Receiving, Building & Shipping Departments NIGHT SHIFT 'These positions start al $9.50 por hour plus a $.50 por hour shift Incentive. We are cun^ntiy hiring for nlghl shift, 6;30pm • 5:00am. Shift Is 10 hour nights and 4 nights per week. Overtime varies. WEEKEND DAY SHIFT Tlieso positions start at S9.50 por hour plus a $1.05 por hour weekend premium. We are currently hiring for weekend day shift, 5:45am lo 0:15pm on Friday, Salurday, and Sunday. Overtime varies. Requirementa Include; the ability to lift up lo TOIbs: IB years of age or older; a stable work history; and the ability to Buccessfully pass a dnjg screening and criminal background check. FoiWItt experience Is prefened. For more Infomiallon about Lowe's Companies. Inc., or to apply on­ line for distribution opportunities, go to www.lawos.com/careers. To apply In person, stop ly anytime Monday - Friday between 9;00am and 4;00pm. Lowe’s Distribution Contor 711 Tomlin Mill Rd Statoavlllo, NC Lowe's Is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to DIverBlty and Inclusion. D8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 GLASSI m m IE FBOETCAHLB t M iscellaneous M obile Hom es/Sale Service Service Statewide Travel SQUARE BALES OH orchard grass (or sale 998-2829 TRAMPOLINE W/SAFETY NET & children's swing set. 751-4486 or 492-7335._________________ M obile Homes/ Rent ■ 2 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATHSmobile home $350. 336-284-4373 2BR, 1 BA, PRIVATE lot. appll- ances and water lurnished, $425/ mo plus $425 deposit, HUD ac­cepted w/ deposit 284-4499 2ВВ,1ВА,'ЖЛ-Т3^'п1у. No pets. Farmington area. $450/ month. 998-4740. i2BR,"2B^MOBILE home,'csrv trat air, electric heat, good condi­tion. $470/mo Includes lot rent. No smoking, no pets. 336-779- 2054. 2BR, 2BA. ON private lot, cen­tral air. 430 Bethel Church Fid. $450.00 plus deposit $450.00. 336-751-2532. РШУАТЁТо Г зШ , 1.5BA. No pets, deposit required. Local 336- 575-2101, 828-478-9416, leave message. SINGLE WIDE IVIOBILE home, 2BF?, 2BA, nice wooded lot with fenced-in back yard. $600/month, mobile 336-399-3242: home 336- 940-3222.___________________ M obile t^omes/Saie 1989 DOUBLEWIDE, SBR, 2BA, remodeled. $25,000 OBO. 998- 1466. Ш 0 OAIWOOD CUSTOM mo^bile home, 2BR, 2ВЛ, refrigera­tor, stove & 8x12 outbuilding in­ cluded. $13,000. Currently set up In Deer Run Mobile Home Park. Call 751-3607 901 USED CARS 336-492-S142 1999 14x70 3BR,2BA $14,900 1999 14x70 2BR,2BA $14,000 1996 14x70 2BR,2BA $12,000 1996 14x80 3BR,2BA $14,000 1995 14x70 2BR,2BA $17,000 Саф0г1з 18x21 $595 Diesel Tractors BEEN TURNED DOWN on newland/home pkg elsewhere??? We have dllferenl linancing (rom all the rest Credit challenges accepted We ivlean Itlll Get pre-qualllied today in 15 minutes 704-883-9807 EASY TO OWNI New 3 & 4 BFI homes located in Troutman area. Beautiful wooded lots and private roads. II interested ploaso call 800-243-2231 Ext. 139. FOR SALE BY Owner: Hwy 64E, SBR, 2BA, outside building, on private lot. .96 ac. Please call 336-998-2952, NiCE Tsbo'-iabo sq‘.Tt~¥om'es ready to move in. Landscaped and furnished. Easy access lo In- terstate 77. 4-5 miles from Ivlooresvllle, Call 800-243-2231 ext, 139. Attention the raffle to be (Iraw.n July 31 by BFG Enterprises will not be drawn due to poor ticket sales & donor's closure. All proceeds have been donated to charity. M u l t i - D e a l e r YARD SALE S a t . . 9 ' t i l 4 A ntia^, Furniture, Old Tools, Boske'ts, ôlosswore, Fromes, Etc. 50%(llTSclL4rted Itenifj Xfi^s 53(i4»4-22.14 210 Hwy. 901 1/4 Mile From Hwy. 64 W REDUCED 2000 SKYLINE like new, 1.3 acre corner lot. $10,000 below appraisal. $110,000. 336- 998-8334. Sfop'PAYiNGniWM Own your own home for no more than rent payments. 3 homes lo choose from. These homes are available nowl Complete and power Is on. Gall 800-243-2231. WANTED 100 PEOPLEImmediately to panicpate In Govt, loans (or manufactured & modular land homes. Limited time only so call for your pre-approval today. 704-8Bd3-9807 WE ARE THE banklll in house financing...New government program (or a limited time only $250 down and $500 month(WAC)3-4BR land home packages available In your area Call for your approval todayl 704-883-9807 M usic EVERYTHING’S ON SALE. Pi­anos available. Lessons avail­able Mon-Fri., 1:00-9:00. Guitar, mandolin, banjo, bass, pla.no, keyboard, vocal, saxaphone, trumpet, clairinet, flute & much more. Dave's Music 751-1934 PIANO TUNINGrepair, regulate, rebuilding, work guaranteed W. Barford 336-998-2789 Pets AKC LAB PUPPIES, champion blood line, 4 females, 4 males, black & yellow, parenls on site. Ready 8/14, $350 each. 751-2934 SkC~REG7la B puppies. Cail 998-5845. Leave message. BOSTON TERRIER PUPPIES for sale. 336-284-2270 FULL BLOODED CHIHUAHUAS Call 336-284- 4842, leave message.________ Recreational "GIANT" MOUNTAIN BIKE-very ood condition, used very little.------------ prox. half the cost of751-2103________ RV/M otor H om e 1999 JAYCO EAGLE travel trailer, 26ft, sleeps 5, like new. Call after 5pm. 998-8657 good condition $125.00 (appri naw one). 75 W ALLER P L U M IH N « luul REPAIRS .1.Í6-284-4.WJ \m .h I'):o2 IÍIM D I N II A I .I'I .l'M lllN fi Happy Birthday Daddy! F t e ï Liiví’, Coiirtiwv, T iffa iiY T.J. W o f jf jy 'B ir t K íía ij J a y J a i j EFÍI Jay Jay just turned 5 yeors old on July 28. He’s going to altond Cornatzor Elem entary S chool with hiB big sistor KayKay. JayJay celebroted his birthday with lam lly & friends, wo love you, JayJayl From Mom & Dad! f f l n d r e a ’s ffln g e C s I.PN/RN Mfd. i'ecli. CNA, I’CA W e ark CURRENTLY SEEKINii NEW CLIENTS. If you or II loved one is in need of special eare, >ve would love lo add lo our carini; “family”. For all of your home heahh care needs.(336) 940-2491 SSS SPECIAL $SSMuffler & tail pipe For most cars & light trucks $79.95 inslaTled Catalytic Converter $99 & up installed Reavis Welding Shop Hwy 601 In Courtney (3 1/2 ml south of Yadklnville) 336-463-2517 $250 TO $500 a week Will tain to work at home Helping the U S Government file HUD/FHA mortgage refunds. No experience necessary CallToll.Free 1-866-537-2907 A TO Z Masonry Specializing in Small Jobs; Porches, Steps, Underpinnings and much morel Zach Hartman (336) 692-7715 BILLL. WYATT 336-998-7216 Interior - Exterior Painting Metal Roofs Painted Shingle Roots ■ New or Reroof Storage Buildings - Decks Driveway Sealing - Parking Lot Striping - Gutters Cleaned References , Froo Estimates 43 Years Experience DAVIE CLEANING SERVICE Isrunning a 10% off special for the first time cleaning. Insured and bonded. Free estimate. Call 751- 3700 or 909-2886. FACIALS AND MILD chemical peels-Free consultation. New cli­ent special-$45. Featuring DeCleor' products for all you skin care needs. Advance (336) 413- 4500 FARMEFl'S MARKET-NC pro- duce, coffee -60c, Mon-Thur, 6am-9am, Hillsdale Homemade Baked Goods/Catering available. 336-413-4500 LINK'S SEAMLESS GUTTEFIINQ Richard Link-Owner Free Estimates 998-1798 E supply-a mobile home parts M-F, 8-5 336- 751-0037 NURSING/HOSPICE SER- VICES Davie County. Experi­enced register nurse-resume and reference on request. 336-413- 4500 OSBORNE ELECTRICfor all your electrical needs Free ¿stimales 751-3398 SHRUB INSTALLATION, BUSHhogging, new lawns, leveling ot drives, minor grading, mulchmg, local preferences available. 284- 2037. SNIDER'S LANDSCAPING &Lawn Service, LLC We Do ItAIII Mowing, trimming, bush­hogging, plugging, tree & shrub planting & fertilizing, grass seeding & fertilizer application, soil preparation, mlcro-irrlga- tion, licensed pesticide appTlca- lor, water garden instaiiaiion, retaining walls Spring & Fall Yard Clean-Up Gutter Cleaning Pine Needles Delivered & Spread $6.50/bale Call for Free Estimates Residential & Commercial Office (336) 492-2174 Cell (336) 409-0113 SUPER LOW PRICE towels, scrubs, linen, unilonns and morel We are great for all business types!KaysTowelsandScrubs.com TOMBERLIN'S LAWN CARE &Handyman Services. All types of lawncare and handyman ser­vices, mowing and weedeatlng, bushhogging S trimming trees and bushes, plugging, seeding, fertilizing, leaf removal, mulching, pine needles. Call Brent for free estimate (residential and com­ mercial services) Home phone 492-5424 Mobile 391-2266. TOMMY'S TOTAL LAWN CARE Mowing, trimming, mulch, pine needles, seeding, leaf removal, trimming and planting shrub­bery, fertliizina plugging and storm cleanup. Tractor and skid steer work, Bush-hogging, plowing, clearing lots, privacy and pet fencing. Fully Insured Free Estimates Residential & Commercial Licensed Pesticide Applicator Office (336) 492-2330 Mobile (336) 682-7006 WILL CLEAN HOUSES, Davie County area, Reasonable rates. 998-7071. AU CTIO N P E R S O N A l . f - n t O R E R X Y : / V W r i d t J E S , R U R IM I T U R E , O H I N A , R I O U R I N E S SAT, ■■ A U G , 7 ^ • 9 ;3 0 A M 3 2 4 4 s.IVfain SL, W instoii-Siilcm ,2iii,jiki.‘<iMiiior(;kiiuii<>imiJk'iii<iii F R E D G . M O C K , A U C T IO N E E R # 2 1WWWJM>G1(AUCTKmS.C0M - (336) 699.3426 A U C TIO N A N T I Q U E S , F U R N I T U R E , G L A S S W A R E & H O U S E H O L D IT E IV I^ IWONDAY > AUG, 9 • 3:00 PIVI E L K S L X )D G E , WINSTON-SALKM, ACROSS «tOM K0R5YTII HOSPITALaCUUONSHCSiOCNrS, GO 1-40CAST W SILAS C/tCCKifOW.SOt/iH aXSi.OO(3£/UCAOOf4aNVfr AC/K1S3 HKMt rO/tSYjmiCMOntAl ttOSPITAL (XUO StAS CflCfiH(‘ARKWAY). F R E D G . M O C K , A U C T IO N E E R # 2 1 ( 3 3 6 ) 6 9 9 ^ 6 • B .C . C O B U t 3 8 t s , U H D A S H O T S § 4 9 4 7 Think AH Staff ina Companies are the Same? Let the professionals at Tem porary Resources, Inc. Exceed your expectations • C o m p e titiv e R ates • 2 5 Y e a rs E x p e rie n ce • E x clu sive S c re e n in g P ro ce s s • T o p N o tc h S e rvic e • S h o rt T e r m , L o n g T e r m • T e m p to H ire , D ire c t P la c e m e n t Now Open in Mocksville 300 S. Main Street (336) 751-5179 Temporary Resources, Inc. 168 ACRES FOR saie along Watauga, Caldwell county line. New survey. Will consider selling in tracts, also 13 acre tract that ad)oins, $3,000/acre. Phone: 828-264-5420. MAKE THE TOP Pay for every mile or lake their sign on bonus and earn less every weeki $.43/ mllel Hearthland Express 1-866- 2 8 2 - 5 8 6 1 . www.heartlandexpress.com PITT COUNTY SCHOOLS isseeking applicants (or an El­ementary Assistant Principalshlp. Interested candidates should submit an application to Ihe Pitt County Schools Human Re­sources Department, 1717 Wesl Fifth SIreet, Greenville, NC 27834. Call 252-830-4242 for ad­ ditional Information. STEEL BUILDING KIT Clear- ance Salel 30x40, 40x80, 50x100, 150x300. Great for a garage, workshop, warehouse or factoryi Cail for a Free Catalog: 800-341-7007, www.SteelMasterUSA.com YOUR CLASSIFIED COULD be reaching over 1.6 Million homes across North Carollnal Place an ad with our paper (or publication on Ihe NC Statewide Classified Ad Network- 117 NC Newspa­pers (or a low cost of $300 for 25- word ad to appear In each paperl Additional words are $10 each. The whole state at your fingertlpsl Il's a smart advertising buyl (Jail us for more information or visit the N.C. Press Association's website al www.ncpress.com ' '37 & ‘47 FORDS, Parts, Trac- tors, Lincoln Mark V and VII, Shop Equipment. Auction Satur­day, Aug. 7. Soulhwood Realty/ Auction, 1-800-797-0931 (NC Lie. 1837).___________________ Travel Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Trips Friday Nile Aug 6lh Wed Day Aug 18th I S T R E T C H W R I N K L E D C A R P E T S Wrinlcled Carpet Man 336-998-8402 Tri-Slate Casino Sat Aug 14th Peari River Resort & Casino Sept 3rd thru 5th EZ WAY TRAVEL LOCAL 998-4732 JOHN & EVELYN WYATT HILLSVILLE, VA Sept. 3 BILL GAITHER HOMECOMING TOUR • Greensboro, Oct. 16 336-945-9391336-924-6461 Vehicles 1990 CHEVY CAVALIER, auto, AM/FM, A/C, runs greal, needs work, $500 OBO 751-5015 1994 CHEVY LUMINA VAN-looks great, runs great, air, CD player, 132,000 miles. $4000 or best offer. Must sell 751-5779 1995 DODGE CARAVAN SEminivan, ps, pb, p/locks, win­dows, new transmission, new tires, cruise, AC, tilt, AM/FM/ Casette. Cloth Interior. 114K, ec. $3300 OBO. Call; 336-492-6551, 1996 SIC BLAZER, white, auto- matic, 4 wheel drive, LT every op­ tion available, $8200.00 firm. Ex­cellent condition. 998-8948 2002 GRAND CHEROKEELaredo, steel blue, excellent con­dition, all power options, $16,500. 336-998-1852. 90 CADILLAC SEDAN De'viile. Red, excellent condition. New Michellin tires. $3695. 940-3661 or 971-6589 SUNBIRD PONTIAC STRAIGHT drive. Runs good. $450 751-3909 !'(;0 \T lOANS \\ \ii, \iti i; i ()i< I. W l)' IIOMK i*\( i4A(.i;.s !•; \.s^K ) (,)t \i,ii \, ( UI'DI I ( 11 \l,l I NCI S \( ( 1.14 I'D DOW N lo w MON ПИЛ Г\^ M IM S о \( I IM I t i l) I IM I . U 'i’i ^ NOW : AU CTIO N 1187 WiUiams Rd., Lewisvffle Sat., Aug. 7 • 10/ Estate Of i.W.^losh’ Holder (Deceased) & Betty Holder (Uvii^ O IRBCTiO N S: From WS: 42iN to Lowisvillo Exit (0244). Turn loft around traffic circio, tfwn rigtil onto Williams Rd. Travol 7/iO mito to salo on right. John Dooro 2 Row Corn Plontor; Cullivator; Cutaw ay Harrow; Forguson 7Pt Tlliago Tool: Mnnufo Sproodor: Turning Plow; Dearborn W ood Saw ; Boom Polo; Hay Bako; Ford 3 Row Plow ; Log SpliHor; Mall 2 Man Chalnsaw ; 6’ x 10 ’ Farm Trailer; Cattle Trallor; 501 Ford Mowing Machlno; W ide Shovel Plow; 2 Horso H ay Rako; 2 Horso Drag Harrow TO O tiSi B&D Pow or Tools; 2 Ton Floor Jacl<;.AIr Ratchot; Homelilo Chainoaw; Pipo W ronchos; CraHaman Vico; Braco & Bits; 2 1 PIocd Crattsm an 3/4" Drivo Soci<ot Wronch Sot; S& K Socl<ot Sot (Doop woll) M IS C E L L A N E O U S i 1Q6S Ford 10 0 Twin B eam Custom C ab (6 2 ,13 1 mllos); 1992-D odgo Ram 2 50 Curnmins Turbo D iesel (08,060 mllos); Stevena Model 3 11 12 Q augo Stiotgun; H onda 4.5 HP 2200 P S i P ressure W aahor; Push Plow ; Log Hooko; Ingersoll-Rand 90 PSI Com pressor; Tobacco Setter; Lincoln Engineering Co. G reoso Pump; Log Chains; Qun Cablnot; H & J Poultry Servlco Metal Sign A U C T IO N EER ’S NOTE*. Mr. Holder w as a well known and treasured m em ber of tho community. Food and restroom s will be available. Not responsible for accldonta. Col. Konneth G. Kclncr, Pres.. NCAL 3268 F i r s t C h o i c e A u c t i o n & R e a l t y Rrm I.iccasc #7229 • VO Uox 335, Lewisville * (336) 945-4118 Visit Our Web Site Mt siRvMit[cbokeiueiiaa.coni • cnuil: cllrsliin>ii:(uuC‘('(riail.tT.wm A U C T IO NS A T U R D A Y , A u g u s t 7 , 2 0 0 4 * 9 :3 0 A .M . Personal Proporty ol Joannie Howard (living) 383 Hail Walker Lane, Advance, NC 27006 ,1™..,.— --------------------------------------------- -iiN .,fl0 W m lle Iroproducllons..... ColKic(lon,SnowVill. Swan COisclion, Bul..., „» „w ,,.,,, uuois, i«n,i Homot Uughlin, Johnson Bros), Cooklo Cutlors, B u d ^ ir W s ie T n S o " r t .' QYaWMIcTw Pocan F t a M s NASCAR, McDonald Baiblo Dolls, Old Joo Carnal «223 of 250 H r o v o Polloiy, Masslvo Chalkware Colloctlon, Old Nativity Seem , l/olal Biead Box c .n , PW JO W J'S Pump Hand Lotion Botllo. ‘« » . » a a - a g a a a a r ' I ' r . Bulcl'Of Block,(971 Singoi sowltxi Mactiir», Diop.|oanablo w/6 chairs. SlltllMl Is Eanllmiation; E»lremely hlgh^nd set: Blich Bodroom Sullo by Somorsot Souaio (Quoon Postal Bod- 2 Commodo Nigtit Stands w/maibla Tops- 9'Amtolio- 6' Ctiostoldrawors.DrosiorwMnot-MUST SEE A U C T I O N E E R : R O Y W R I G H T NCAL 2120 150 Gateway Lane Advance, NC 27006 336-998-8637 I IV,R I G H T DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5 ,2()(t4 - D9 6 LASSJUh*lKl)SШ Е Х Е Ы Ж а Г О Е P R O F IT A B L E Vehicles Yard Sales Yard Sales Yard Sales Yard Sales Yard Sales '03 FORD TRUCK, F150 Lariat S Cab. V8, white, H.L. Bucl<et seats, 10m. $22,900. 998-4018 ■84 CHRYSLER- New Yorker, 150K miles, $500.00 704-880-7899________________ W anted 20+ ACRES OF farmland In Davie or Rowan County w/year round water lor single (amity home. 704-636-5205, LOOKING FOR A Deer Hunting Club or Land (or Lease with a good Deer Population. W /0 dogs, I do not hunt w/ James Clark, 750 W. Deep Creek Rd. Bryson City, N0 28713.828- 4 8 8 - 6 9 6 1 . ames28713@aol.com Sublect; 3eer WANTED TO BUY old coins. Call Bud Hauser. 998-8692. WANTED: UNWANTED SILOaway (rom residences to take down & bury debris on site. Bahnson Farm 998-4718______ Yard Sales 3 FAMILY YARD sale Baileys Chapel Road-o(f Hwy 801. Sat. Aug. 7, 7am until. ANNUAL YARD SALE 6 (ami- lles, little o( everything, new & used cralts, Fri & Sal, Aug 6&7, 2626 Farmington Rd. (past Spillman Rd) BIO YARD SALE TTsi Beauchamp Rd. Advance. An­tique organ. Sat. Aug. 7, 7am until. BIQ YARD SALE, Clothes, Sat. 8-3, work benches, bads & tables. 3178 Hwy 601N, Mocks- vllle, FRI & SAT Aug. 6 & 7,8;00.146 Hepler Rd - follow signs. Quality childrens clothing & toys, linens, snow tires, housewares, lols ol misc. Items. FRI 8-4, Sal 7-12 601 Soulh to lelt on Becktown Rd, follow signs. Kids clothes, adult clothes, toys, weedealers, tools, movies, CD's, lots o( stuf(. FRI-SAT HUGE Yard Sale - baby clothes, baby furniture, hunt equip and much more, All in su- if X per condition. Take Davie Acad- ^ emy Rd to 225 Mr. Henry Rd. FRI. AUG. 8, Sai. Aug. 7, 725S -Hwy 801 South near Cobleenrfee. Girls clothes alze 0-18 monlhs, boys size 4,5,6. Books, adult clothes, Beanlne Babies and lols more. HUGE 14-f FAMILY yard sale Sat. Aug. 7, Bam-noon, St. Clements Churoh, Harper Rd. Clemmons, between 1-40 S Peaoehaven. Rain or shine, Clothing, toys, furniture. Too much to list. Bake sale, refreshmetns. Spaces available to rent $15, call 940-2345 (or rental info. s iM M i;u S A I,к i ; \i i ;m )i :i )$25 o l ) ( ) \ \ \ : ‘‘ l.A N D /llO M i: i*\( i4\(;i:.s.M $u ,Гп)ш $5IH».IM) I’l' R M O M n. (;o o n ('K i.i)i 1. i$ vi) ( u i:i)n , NO (.K i;i)i I A I.I.A I’I’I.K VnON.S \\ii,i,iti;,srii,\iirn;i)! --------- LARGE YARD SALE Fri & SalAug. 6 & 7. 160 Bethlehem Dr. off Redland Rd. Friday 8-5; Sat­urday 8-12 MOVING SALE-FRI. and Sat. Aug 6th & 7th, 8;00am to 2;30pm. 138 Twiff Cedars Golf Rd. 601 South. MULTI-FAMILY YARD & BAKE SALE Fri & Sat - 7;30am until. Hwy 158 Advance - second house from Baltimore Rd. An­tique washer, fish aquarium, set ol Yamaha Jet skis, furniture, misc. & clothes. MULTI-FAMILY YARD sale-Sat- urday, August 7, Charleston Ridge Development, 7;00am un­til 11:00am. children's Items, windsurfer, Christmas decora­tions, more MULTIFAMILY YARD SALE Many household items & horse supplies, Saturday, Aug. 7, 8-1. 638 Pineville Rd, Mocksville. SAT. AUG. 7 - 8am-12pm Hwy 64E near Mocksville Fire Station (look (or signs). Household goods, (urniture, books, clothing. SAT. AUG. 7TH, 7;00 untli....604 Junction Rd., Mocksville, NC, Book case, tent, sleeping bags, games, odds & ends. Rain or Shine L A N D AUCTION 5.54+/-Wooded Acres. Gently Sloping. T H U R S D A Y A U G . 1 3 6 : 0 0 P I V I Walt(ortown Community, Foi^yth County, Northeast ofWlnaton- Sakm Auction to bo held on sKe at Talley fload, Walkortovm. DIRECTION: Frem W*oilo»n, loko H«». 66 N„ Tumrtghton CompBeOy HastinosFtood,Oo,6 n>k»8 and liQht on Titey noad, Oo .S mitos and tho property la on Iho rtoht Walchlofaion#. ABOUT TWE PROPERTY: 8.4530 +A ACRES; WOODED WTTH STREAi^; 21B* PAVED FRONTAGE. INSPECTION; 'Thursday, AuQ. 5 from 0 k) 11 am.and'FTursdiiy, August 12fromOJo It am. TERMS: 20% down ot tho aucUon by cash or chodt and bolajico due ol dosing In 30 daya or dokvoty ot mo doed, whldwvef is sooner. A5% buyor'8 promium Mil Orokor pcutlcipnlion Invited. SoowobaltafordobiAa IRON HORSE AUCTION CO., INC.174 AJrport Road, PO Box 1267 RocMnQhan. NC 28380 (010) 007-2240.(800) 097-2240 Fw: (010) tS5-1530-NCAL: 3006 ^kxmlronhu^oauctixicofn * * * ********* REWARD $ 2 0 0 f o r r e tu r n o f “S h y ” C o n t a c t J o h n a t 3 3 6 - 9 3 6 - 0 0 4 9 Ægis. FAMILY U E A V ni CV.NTllRS M o c k s v i ll e P e d ia t r ic s AcKis Family Health Centers .seck.s a LPN or CMA for our new Mocksville Pediatric.s practjce. Valid state Practical Nursing licensc OR certilication from tiie AAMA, cunent CPR certilication and otllce experience preferred. Settd resumes to: R c r r i i U i i i c i i t Maiiagcr/Acgis Fiuiilly Healih Centers MOO F i " i . Blvd.lle. Wi,|,slo„.S«lcn,, NC 2710.3 Fnx' 3.16-774-6890 or eniitil; tlrohli®iliiini,com EOE_________________________ TRADING POST-601/801/ Greasy Corner. Open Fri. & Sat. 10-5. Buy, sell, trade. Will buy whole or partial estates. Also, buying timber. Call 284-4302. UNDERPASS RD = Huge Mov­ing Saie Sat. Aug. 7, 7am-12pm. Items too numerous to mention. Residence of Gary & Betty Polls, 1870 Underpass Rd. YARD SALE 1189 Wagner Road, off Liberty Church Road, Friday & Saturday 7:30-until. Rain or shine. YARD SALE; SATURDAY Au­gust 7,7am-Noon. Triangle Insur­ance, 806 North Main SIreet. SATURDAY AUG, 7 from 7 to 3. Furniture, lamps, household items, baby ecnjipment, toddler clothes, toys. Dodge van. 156 Pepperslone. 601N from Mocks­ville. Watch for signs. "■O NKCAI.l.DO KS I I A I.I.” ' K O U V O lk coM iM .K Ti': iio ii.s iN c Ni;i;i).s ГАК1С ,\ ni:\v I.O O K .VI M O D I I.AU lIOiMK.S I'OR AN AIM’O IN IM K M 1()0,Л\ ( Л1.1, ealtn R o w a n R e g i o n a l Mi:i3icAi. Chnti;r August Classes & Events C o m m u n ity P ro g ra m s Diabeies SctBenbig— $ 15 rcc An individual consultation with a certified diabctc-s educator. Participants get a fingcnitick blood glucose test and arc assessed on their risks for developing diabetes. Tliis'screening is by appointment only. Screenings are held at: Education 8i Wellness Outpatient Services Building, 721 Grove St., Salisbury. Cali (704) 638-1437 for an appointinent or (or more information.____ Prostate Cancer Screening — Free Learn about the warning signs and risk factoiK for prostate cancer and take advantage of a free screening by physicians from Salisbury Urological Clinic. Satuiday, Septenifier 11 from y n ni, - noon al the Wilson L. Smith Tainily Outpatient Center at Rowan Regional Medical Center Call 1-00»3354921 for an appoinlment. E d u c a tio n a l P ro g ra m s Comprehensive DbbelBS Classes Small group classes and individual instruction are offered on a weekly basis to help master the skills and concepts for the control of dlalxtcs. These classes have a fee, which is covered by most insurance plans. All classes are held at the Salisbury City Park Recreation Ccnter, 316 Lake Drive in Salisbury. Diabetes classcs will be offered on (he following dates, and you must attend all three scssionsi August 9, 16 and 23 • 6 - 8 p.m. August 17, 24 and 31 • 9 - II a.m. August 25, September I and 8 • I - 3 p.m. Cali (704) 638-1437 fg mae infamalion. Conmary Aiteiy Disease Education Class Leam about the risk factors for heart dis­ ease and what cardiac rehabilitation options are available. Tlie free class meets the first and third Tiiursday of each month from 9-11 a.m. in the Cardiac Rehabilitation & Wellness Cenicr, 2nd floor, Kiser Mcdical Office liuilding, Rowan Regional Medical Cenler. Call (704) 2 1 0 ^ 1 2 for more Iniormalion. GestaUonal Dlalieles Classes A certified diabetes educator provides a spccial program for expectant mothers wilh gestational diabetes. The program includes basic fads, rncal planning and home blood glucose tnoniloring. Tlicsc classes have a fee, which is covcred by most insurance plans. Ccslalional diabetes classes will be offercd on (he following dates; attend (he date of your choice. August 12, 19, 26 »9-11 a.m.. Rowan Regional Education ы Wellness Outpatient Services liuilding, 721 Grove St., Salisbury. Call (704) 638-1437 lor mae Infamalion. Look Good, Feel Better An American Cancer Society program lhal Icachcs canccr patients techniques to address the cosmetic side effects of trcaimeni. Call (704) 857-0614 for an appointment a lor mae infarrialion. ____ W o m e n ’s H e a lth All classes meet in the Womens Health Center, 3rd floor, Rowan Regional Mcdical Ccnter. Call (704) 210654410 register or fa mae infamalion. Getting Ready (br Baby Pre-Admission Class 71iis class prepares new parents for whal to expect prior lo delivery. Lcam the signs of pre-term labor; know when to come to the hospital, and review important policy and regisinflion informalion. Classes are offered every Tuesday at 3 p.m. New inothers need to sign up for the one-time class between the 22nd and 28th week of their prcgnancy. Tlicre is no chargc for the class, but space is limited. Every 3txl Wednesday of the month, ijiis cKtss will Ix' qffcred in Spaii|sh._____ Lamaze Prepared Chlklbirtti and Baby Basics Lcam whal to expect during labor, birth and postpartiiiTi periods, coping skills, relaxation and breathing techniques, and preparing for childbirth. Taught by our Lamaze-ccrtified childbirth educators. Classes mcel oncc a week for six weeks, and a class fee is chargcd. Lamaze classcs will be offered on the following dales; AuHUst 23 - September 27 « 6 - B'.30 p.m. Ul >\\ л \ !\i I S u p p o rt G ro u p s ADHD Support Group Provides support and éducation for par­ ents of childrcn with Allcniion Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. August 24 • 6:30 p.m., Salisbury Pediatric Associates, 129 Woodson St., Salisbury. Call (704) 6Э6-1Ю76 fa more inforrnatjon, AWAKE (Alert, Well Ami Keeping Energetic) Provides a social and educational forum for anyone with a sleeping disoiidcr Call the Steep Medicine Cenler of Salisbuiy at 17|M) ,637:1530 fa (Tieeling information^ Better Breaming dub Offers members and guests the opportu­ nity to leatn about breathing disorders. Tlie licticr Breathing Club docs not meet in July or August. Meetings resume in Seplctnbcr CanBac Support Group Provides support and education for cardiac patients, people who are at high risk for heart disease and their families. Tills group meets the third Tuesday of the monlh during Fcbntary, June and October. 7 p.m.. Cardiac Rehabilitation ы ■ Wellness Center, 2nd floor, Kiser Medical Officc liuilding, Rowan Regional Mcdlcal Center Call 1704) 210Д4121а rnae Inlamalion. Colon Cancer Sivport Group Offers support and cducalion for people with colon canccr and colon cancer survivors. August 17*7 p.m.. Library at St.John's Lttheran Church, 200 W. Innes St., Salisbury. Call (704) 637-1093 fg mae infamalion. Coping wNh (Mel Support Gro^ Provides support for those dealing with the loss of a loved one. Sponsored by Rowan Regional Home Heallh & hlospicc. Day and evening support groups are available. Call (704) 637-7645 la more informalion. Epiepsy Support Group Provides support and cducalion for people with epilepsy and their families. Support group meetings resume iri September Call. (704) 63849664 for mae inlamalion. Prostate Cancer Support Group Offers support and education for people with prostate cancer and prostate cancer survivors. Augitsi 19*6 p.m., Qrdiac Rehabilitation & Wellness Center, 2nd floor, Kiser Medical Office Building, Rowan Regional Medical Center. Call (704) 63»0942a (704) 210Æ104 fg mae infamation.____________,___ RSOSA Support Group (Reflex Synipalhetlc Dysiropliy Symiromc Association) Offers support and education for people wilh Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome, a chronic neurological disease marked by constant pain. August 9*7 p.m.. Administrative Conference Room, Rowan Regional Medical Center. Call (704) 637-1021 fpr_rr^^ informalion. Weight loss Sup port Group Provides support and education for people who have had or are contemplat­ ing having gastric bypass surgery as a way to lose weight. August 12*7 p.m., Wpmen's Health Center, 3rd floor. Rowan Regional Medical Ccnter, Call (704) ^ ^ i m a for rnae infatretlqn. Rowan Regional Medical Center offers a variety of health and wellness education classcs. For mote information or to register for any classes or support groups, call (704) 210 -5 0 0 0 , , \ 612 M ocksville Avenue, Salisbury, North Carolina 28144 v A /w w .ro w a n .o rg ‘ Extended Hours T h e Im a g in g C e n te r al Rowan Regional Mcdical Park now offers extended hours. Monday -Tliutsday — 7:30 a,ni. - 7 p.m. Friday — 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tlic extended hours apply to all imaging services except MRI. Tlic Medical Park is locatcd on Julian Road, Exit 74, off I-B5, B lo o d P re s s u re C lin ic Every Wednesday from 9 a.m. - noon, a free blood pressure clinic is held in the main lobby of Rowan Regional Medical Ccnter Volunteer nurses conduct the clinic. Free parking is provided in the medical centci^s parking garage on Henderson Street. Nurse - On - Duty For routine, non-cnicrgcncy medical problems or for answers t(^ medical qucstions,.^.^.^^ call Nurse-On-Duly 3'lllif^rs‘V v a day, seven days a •• It'sfix:e. ' 1*80(K33&4921 DIO - DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 5,2004 Davie Dateline F u n d m is e r s G o in g O n N o w Jïsu s Is w iser T-Sliirt Sale, spon­ sored by G od's Angels (Q A 's) and Royul Ambassnsors’ (R A 's) of Com ­ munity Baplisl Church, Mocksvillc, All prtxreeds from the l-shiil sales will go lo llie youth group and A Store­ house For Jesus, For infomialion or to order, call Eric or Melissa Oneal at 336-284-4178. R e u n io n s S u n d a y, A u g . 8 Annual Bnily Reunion, al Turners Cnick Bapl. Church fellowship bldg. Lunch served I p,m.. Bring a covered dish. R e lig io n S u n d a y, A u g . 8 llom ccam lng/K cvival, at New Unlont United Methodist, revival be­ gins Sun. with honitcoining sermon al 11 a,m„ spécial singing, dinner lo follow at Slieffield-Calahain Comm, Ctr, Revival ser%’ices cach night at 7 p.m. IhtM Wed, Wednesdays, Sept. 8-Nov. 17 W om en’s Bible Sludy, nt “Wlien Godly People Do UnGodly Tilings" by Beth Moore, A l Fulion UM C, I Iwy, 801 S, each Wed, 6;30-8;30 p,m. Anyone interested contact Donna Livengood at 998-433“t before Aug, 31, S p e c ia l E v e n ts E ve ry Friday Night Jnm Scs.slons,at Shcfflcld Music I lull, call492-7‘JI7forinfo. Friday, A ug. 6 Jam m in’ O n The Square, (i-9 p.m, dow nlow n M ocksville, Promise Breakers, rhythm & blues, Friday, A ug . 20 Jam m in’ O n The Square, 6-9 p.m. downtown Mocksvillc. Joe Phillips, Bobby & Mike (from 'Open M ic') Riders In TIieSky,diniicr& a show, Grammy award winning 4 man west­ ern band known as "Am erica's Fa­ vorite Cowboy.s", Time: 6 p.m,. Din­ ner & show price: $27 (dinner dead­ line Aug. 13). Tickcts may be pur- chiised at Arts Council box office or hy catling 75l-3(K)0. Spaco limited, so don't dilly-dally. N o w Th ru A ug . 31 Exhibit, at TIic Community Founda­ tion of Davie County ОГПсе, 194 Wilkcsboro St., watcrcolors by local artist Sue Boggs, Conlacl Comm, Foundation for hours: 753-6903. Friday, Sept. 3 Jiim m ln’ O n The Square, 6-9 p.m. downlown Mocksviiic. Mel Jones & Bag of Bones. Friday, Sept. 17 Jum m ln’ O n The Square, 6-9 p.m. downtown Mocksville. TBA . Friday & Sat., O ct. 8 & 9 Jom m ln’ O n The Square, 6-9 p.m. dow nlow n Mock.'ivlllc. O K T O D ER F EST . D a te s to R e m e m b e r Th ursda y, A ug . 5 School Open Houses, Cooleemee Elem: 5-7:30 p.m. Conialzer Elcm: 5- 7:30 p.m. ELL: 4-5:30 p.m. (media ccnlcr) Parents of 3rd graders should meet In gym nt 6:30 to discuss Read­ ing Assessment (Cornatzer PreK & Kindergarten Aug. 3,5:30-7:30p,m.) Mocksvillc Elcm: 5-8 p.m. Pinebrook Elcm; 5-7 p.m. Shady Grove Elem: 5- 8 p.ni. William R. Davie Elcm; 5-7:30 p.m. N. Davle Middli: 7th & 8th grade, 5-7 p.m. S. Davie Middle: 7th & 8tli grade: 6-8 p.m. M onday, A ug . 16 Cruise In, M ain St. in downtown Mocksviiic. 6-9 p.m., 50/50 drawing held each lime, nnd DJ plays fuvorite music. Sponsored by Piedmont Clas­ sic C A R S Club. • M onday, A ug. 30 Dnvle Rescue Squud Free Henllh Class,al new fnclliiy on County Home Rd. Signs & Symptoms of Heart At­ tack & Stroke, 7-9 p.m. M onday, Sept. 6 Cruise In, Main St. in downtown Mocksville, 6-9 p.m., 50/50 dmwing held each lime, and DJ plays favorite music. Sponsored by Piedmonl Clas­ sic C A R S Club. M onday, Sept. 20 Cruise In, Main St. in downtown Mocksville, 6-9 p.m., 50/50 drawing held cncli linie, mul DJ plays favorite nuisic. Sponsored by Piedmonl Clas­ sic C A R S Club. M onday, Sept. 27 Onvle Rcscue Squad Free Health Clnss,ntnewfacililyonCoiintyHome Rd. Injury prevention for infants, chil­ dren, and elderly. 7-9 p,m. M onday, O ct. 4 C ruise\n.lm lonc(orlhc\car. Main St. indowntown Mocksvillc,5-9 p.m., 50/50 drawing held cach time, and DJ plays favorite music. Sponsored by Piedmont Classic C A R S Ciub. O ngoingvisit Coolccm cc’s M ill Village M u ­ seum, l4ChurchSt.,Tues.&Tliurs., 9 a.m.-noon. Sals., 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Tours also avnilnblc by appt. Call 294-6040. Sloryllm es, at Davic Co. Library. Mondays 7 p.m. Family Storylimc &/ or spccial program. Tues. II u.m. Toddler Time (stories, songs & fun forages 1-3). Tliurs. lOa.m.Storyhou for 3-5's. Fridays 11 a.m. Friday frcc- for-all, everyone welcome. Programs free & open lo everyone. Richard B u rr Holds ODIcc Hours In Dnvle, 2nd Tliurs. of every month, 9 a,m. til 4 p.m., Mocksville Town Hull Building. Special Olym pics of Davle County, play aclivics & fun nile, Wednesdays at Brock Bldg, Playaclivilies 6-7p.m. Fun Nite 7-8:30 p.m. Open to ull per­ sons wilh disabilities & tlieir families. M e e t in g s Tu e sd a y, A u g . 10 Humane Society of Davle County, 7 p.m.. al office on Yadkinviile Rd. (behind car wash across from Arby's) Call 751-5214 for more info. Come out and help save Davie's lioniclcss animuls. Davle Co. Republican Party Meet- ing, 7:30 p.m., nt the counhousc in Mocksvllle. Date change: lost meet­ ing before prim ary run-ofTelection on Aug. 17th. Th ursda y, A u g . 12 Dnvle Hom e Educators Annual Klckoff Meeting, 6-8 p.m., ut Davle Counly Library. Info: Stacie Jeffries 940-55I4 or Shawna Callaway 751- 1539. O ngoing Mocksvllle Am erican Legion Post 174, V FW Hul, Sanford Ave., 2nd Tliursiluy, 7 p,m. Mocksville CIvilan Club, 7 p.m., 2nd & 4th Mondays, ut C C B, 880 Yndkinvilie Rd.. Advnncc Mem orial Post 8719 Vet­ erans of Foreign W ars and Ladies Auxiliary. 4lh Tues., 7:30 p.m., post home, Feed M ill Road. Davle C ounly Right To Life, 7 p.m., 3rd Tliursduy.gnindjury room, court­ house. 751-5235 or 492-572.3. Cooleemee M em orial V F W Post 1119, 2nd, 4th Tliurs., 7 p.m., V FW Hall, N.C. 801. Corlnlhlun Lodge No. I7F& A M , 2nd, 4th Fridays, 7:30 p,m, at the lodge. R e c r e a tio n Formore information on these eveiils, call 751-2325. Line Dancing Fiuroington Community Center. Ev­ ery Tuesday. Cosl: $2. Inslructois: Sieve & Linda Hatley. For more info, call 751-3848. GoodTim ers Square Dance Dance Lessons $5 per monlh. Volun- tecis for different social events. Con­ tact E'tHei n{ ' ' ' ' ■' ' Senior W alking Program Seniors, 50 and up, M -F, 6:30-9 u.m. N o charge. Inccmive breakfast held quartcly. Register now ut Rec. Dept, or Sr. Services. T h e D an ce C o m p a n y Mon., Tues., Wed., & Sul. Cull Emily Robertson, 998-5163, Com petition Cheei-ieading S25 registration and $45 ino. for 2 times per week. Call W endy Shoe­ maker 284-6300. U 6 -U 1 2 S o ccer Registering In Aug. $35 included Tshirt. D^vieGymnastics Academy Call Heidi Ogle 998-1742 for Info. Te n n is Leagues available for men, women, co-ed, jun­ iors, Call Sandra for info, Basic C a k e Decorating Available Sept, Call for details. Big S w e e p Help clean local rivers nnd streams. Call Mike Gamer for info. C o m m . C le a n -U p D ay At the RiverPark at Cooleemee Falls, 4lli Sul. of ench month, 8 n.m. until. Call Bill Gibson 284-4774 or Rcc. Depl. for more info. Shelter Rentals Avaiiabie at Rich Park and RiverPark al Cool­ eemee Falls. Call 751-2325 lo make reservations. D avie Youth Council Ages 13 lo graduation, meet at Rec, Depl, 2nd und 4th Tues, niglils each monihs. Call Emily 751 -2325 for info. Battle of the Bands 1st Sat. in Sept. Bands and sponsors may call 751-2325 for info. Spon­ sored by Davle Youth Council to ben­ efit youlh of Davie Co. • Special Olym pics Fun Nite Wednesdays at Rec. Depl. 7-8;30p.m. Open to ntliictcs, Ilielr fnmilles, und volunteers. Special Friends Dance Van Monthly Fri. night dunce in Lewisville. Open to ndults with devclopmcnlul delays. Reservations required for transportation, call Kathic 751-2325 by Tliursdays. Van leaves Rec. Dept. 6:30 p.m. and intersection of N.C. 801 & U.S. 158 at 6:45 p.m. Y M C A ^For more informatlQri,cnli 751-9622 or visit Davie Family Y M C A . W ater Exercise Ciass For beginners und the experienced. A ll ages. Cali forclass types & times. S w im Lessons Choose from 4 wk., Sat. moming or private lessons. Reg. begins 2 wks. prior lo class. Call for class times. Karate-C arucado Style Tuesdays, 7-8:45 p.m. Ages 7 & up. T a e K w on D o Ages 6 & up. Meet Tucs. & Thurs,, 6:00,6:45 p.m. S un shine C lub For all older active adulls. Fun. fel­ lowship, good news. W e do mothly pot luck luncheons with a speaker. Cost $ 10members/S20 non-mcmbcrs. Fam ily Night 6:30-8:30 p.m. Treat your family to evening nt Y having dinner, playing gnmcs, swimming, nnd more. Cost$2 per person (5 and under free). S u m m e r D a y C a m p W e offer full day eliildcare for chil­ dren 5-12. Call front desk for details. S e n io r s A ll Senior Activities take place at DavicCounty ScniorScrvices locnlcd in tlie Brock Building on North Main Sireel, Mocksvllle unless otherwise noted. Call 751-0611, O n going Sr. Lunchbox, M ,T ,W , 11:30 n.m., Th,& Fri„ M u.m..lunchservcddally. Silver Heallh Exercise.s, Eusi Room of Senior Services, M , W , F, 8:30 n.m, Tucs, 9 a,m, at Mock Place,Tliurs, 10 a.m. nt Mock Place (open to any se­ nior). Quilting,every Mondny, lOn.m., Easl Room, Scrnbblc,eveiyMond.ny, I p.m.,Crafl Room. Bridge,Tuesdays Ip.m. & Fridays2 p.m., East Room. S K IP B O , Wcdnc-sdays, 1:30 p.m,, Enst Room. Scrnpbuuklng, 2nd Tuesday, 2 p.m. Dr. Dunn, Podiatrist, at Sr. Services every three weeks on Monday. 8:30 a.m.. Craft Room, Free Blood Pressure Checks, oncc a monlh, at 10:45 a.m. In the Nutrition Site, Tal C h i Cltt.s.ses, Tue.sdays, 10-11 a.ni„ Nature’s Gifts,Class size lim­ ited, call Sr. .Services at 751 -0611 to prtf-register. Next class Sept. 28th. Yogtt For Seniors, every Tues. & Tliurs. 2 p.m., Enst Room, must pre- register. Tu e sd a y, A ug. 10 Idenllly Theft Seminar, at Sr. Ser­ vices, speakers: Davle Sheriff Allen Whitaker and Ihc district postal in- .spcclor. Lenm ca.sy slops to help pre­ vent being a victim. Call to register 751-0611. W e d n e sd a y, A ug. 11 M ovie “Calendar G irls”, 1 p.m., don’t miss this funny movie based on a true story, Refreslimenls will be served. Pre-register, call 751-0611. Tu e sd a y, A ug . 17 BIrlhdny Parly, 2 p.m. al Sr. Ser­ vices, all .seniors wilh a blnliday in July, Aug., or Sept, are invited along with one guest. Must pre-regislcr, call 751-0611. ' Th u rsd a y, A ug. 26 Day of Travel • The O ld Soulh, 10 a.m. til I p.m. Come recreate some wonderful old soutiicmmemories und huve a great aullienllc souilicrn fried lunch. Cost $5 (includes luncii) Must pre-register, 751-0611. Report Davle Dateline Items By Noon Monday Hems fnr Dnvle Dntcllne sliolild be reported by noon Monday of the pub- ; licalion week. Cnll 751 -2120 or drop il by the office, iti S, Main St, ncross from the courthouse. After we build it, we’ll help you furnish it. Commander Shoaf Mocksville-Native Heads Squadron In The Fight Against Terronsm Page Cl D A V I E C O U N T Y e n t e r p r i /e i #e c o r d USPS 149-60 Number 31 Thursday, Aug. 12, 2004 36 p a g e s S c h o o l O v e r c r o w d i n g A t T h e ‘ C r i t i c a l ’ S t a g e By Mike Gunning Davic Cottiiiy Enterprl.sc Rccord Scliool .siipcrintcndeni W.G. “Dub” Potts said (he overcrowding of Davie CoittUy schools i.s at u criti­ cal stage. Central office I'eported that utten- dance records were broken ugnin, with a cottibtned 6,103 students in attendance at the nine county schools for tho first dny of classes Monday, compared lo 5,880 stu­ dents who started school last year. Davle High opened with 1,637 students. Last year, 1,523 students reported on dny one. Because of a 1 perccnt dropout rale and other attri­ tion, Davie High finished last year with 1,504. More students are seeing the in­ side of temporary classrooms than ever before, and In at lenst one school, clnsses are being taught in a locker room because of lack of spnce. Dnvie High, which hil.s seen many expansions over the yenrs, is opernting iri crisis mode, nccording to Potts. The school is designed to hold 1,320 students, making it al- “They (county commissioners) are required by law to provide us with adequate facilities for our students. This is an issue that won’t go away.** - W,G. “Dub” Potts Schools Superintendent most 20 percent over capacity. Potts said he plans to remind the county commissioners and tho board of education in December ahoul the status of overcrowding. “They are required by Uiw'io pro­ vide us with adequate fncilities for our students,” Potts snid. “Th'is is an issue thnt won’t go awny.’’ ; Debbie.Pullen siUd the; board ot educntion i? only too aware of the problem, nnd understands the superintendent’s position. “I can appreciate the frustration felt,” snid Pullen, who chnirs the board. “We arc trying lo look five years down the road, because of all the restrictions on how to spend the public’s money.” Pullen said that the bond refer­ endum that was passed last year gave the board the capital to meet the immediate needs of the schools, but does nothing to address future concerns. “We arc going to need another elementary school down the road,” Pullen said. “And wc need another middle school now.” Pullen snid wniting lo develop a plnn was only going lo exacerbate the problem because the 33 percent growth tho county has seen over the past decade shows no signs of slow­ ing. She said county leadership -^i^eeds lo galvanize the communily to work togelher lo besl determine hpw to raise the capital needed to „ address the problems correctly. ; ‘‘Anything wc plan that includes . any-sprt of now construction I be in place for al least three years,” Pullen said. “The longer we wail to do this,the less likely woare locntch- - ____________________ Josh Johnson walks into a temporary ¿(¿ssroorn it’iD&vie High : Please See OfflcinKs - Pngc 4 School. - Photo by Robin Fergusson ' Mocksville Denies Lowes Request For Incentives D is t r ic t A t t o m e y S a y s M o r e C h a r g e s P o s s ib le In F a t a l W r e c k ; A s s a u lt By Mike Onrnhardt Davie County Enterprise Rccord Lowes plans to build a 94,000 square foot home improvement re­ tail cenler on Yadkinviile and Koonlz roads In Mocksvllle. 11 will include approximately 125 full-time, nnd 25 permanent part- time jobs. The company last week nsked the Town of Mocksville for up to n $1 million in incentives. The town bonrd said no, but left Ihe door open to provide utilities such as waler and .sewer to the site. It was the firsl time a retail busi­ ness had asked for incentives. Town policy said such incentives can be given to industry, bitscd on the num­ ber of jobs and the economic Im­ pact to the town and community. Commissioner Bill Foster said he was afraid the town would be opening a Pandora’s Box if il granted incentives to a retail busi­ ness, “We htive never been faced with incentives for a retail establish­ ment," said the mayor. Dr, Francis W, Slate, "Who knows who’s go­ ing to be next. You have already de­ cided Lowes wiil do well in Davie Counly and I don’t think you need anything,” Board member Lash Sanford agreed. “1 realize these people will have a positive impact ... but I’m very troubled ,by this memorandum of understanding.” He asked if there were olher ways the town could encourage Lowes to build in Mocksville. Town Allorney Hank Van Moy said it is reasonable for the town to provide services such its water and sewer lo areas where growth is ex­ pected, but not for a specific busi­ ness. The town has already done that in Ihe U.S. 601 Norlh/l-40area, he said. Lowes repre.seniatives Jennings Gray and Brad Hincher argued lhat the company should be considered jusl as any industry. There iirc no minimum wage jobs at Lowes, and even part-time em­ ployees receive benefits, Gray said. He didn’t elaborate on the wages or benefits, bul did pass oul sheets outlining project tax revenues lo Ihc town and counly. The company has studied sales al Lowes stores in neighboring counties, and Gray said that up to $7 million annually is leaving Davie Counly to shop at Lowes. The annua! payroll al the Mocks­ ville store would be ,$2.5 million, Please See Town - Page 4 \ ( r Iji^i / я I 'II^H J _I, /*M '¡'¡4Í ‘ I J / "• • ‘ ii I II Id ! U 0¡ \i S«(i "b' ll\ ‘ ‘ ' f чЧ' 'iy к t Л)|И|1‘ , I ||/J fill ’/ i l l 'l l ) , < ' 1 ,1 iU ' iii'iili /,1 Г||>и1 /, 1) ' ( I (III ill J|ll lit HI ' , 'j I II' i'‘l4 <'4(1' ' ' lo u|. I iW 1 ) (| i( I / 1 I ) ,1 \ il '• !( '/ 1 >'il 111 III 'il 1(1 'Y Ji'y 1 h> I ) 1 ViMiii! I " I I h O' I(ii ’iiiiilil' il) ' lib 1 'I I I I 'oiiUil К \ f|( im " I 41 * 11 I l\ , I I \*»li ' / 11 i t I I Vi Ü 1 \ llll I I ul ukIi /iilij \l 1 um ' iM.sii.'ru и ч|ц )1||.и > \11Ц 1 I IM I 111 '/illHiI. ' i (• Ul(' 1 By Mike Gunning Davie County Enterprise Rccord A Winston-Salem woman may face additional charges after being found guilty of misu.se of the 911 system and making a false police report that prompted a rapid police response that ended tragically early Easter morning. Takeila Roshelle Faulkner, 22, was sentenced to 45 days;iri jall,but had the sentence suspended by. Judge Ted S. Royster. , Faulkner had asiced CJiirolyn . Rachels, a clerk at the Tii.-lio con­ venience store in Hillsdale, lo call, the police because her boyfriend, Timothy Boyd, also of Winslon-Sa- lem, was threatening her with a gun. Sheriff’s deputy Dana Recktenwald was responding to the call when she losl control of her vehicle and hil a 2000 P(Dnlinc Grand Am head on. Mary Ruth Smith, a passenger in the olher vchiclc, later died from injuries sustained in ihal wreck. Recktenwald is recovering from her injuries. Deputies who reported to the Bi- Lo did not find a gun, but placed Boyd and Faulkner under arrest. District Allorney Gnry Frank would not rule out the possibility of Faulkner facing additional charges In the death of Smilh, ■ “This is an open' fnallcr lhat is still under investigation," Frank .said. “Herconviction is a factor, but not the determining factor, in Ihis ca.se.” • Frank said he would make a pro­ nouncement on the case in the next week to 10 days. According lo Rachels' testimony, Faulkner had entered her store up­ set, claiming her boyfriend was try­ ing to hurj Ijer.......... - Faujkticr explained to Rachels .that Bóytl fiad grabbed the steering Wheel of her car atid jerked it In such a way as to disable the vehicle, which was stilliig on the side of U.S. 158 ill front of the «tore. ' The two had arjjued in the car wiien Boyd atteiiiptcd to hit her, she said. Faulkner then ran from the ve­ hicle into the store, where she pro­ ceeded to tell Rachels her boyfriend had a gun. Rachels called 911, and Boyd en­ tered the store and started to beat on Faulkner. Faulkner then ran into the bath­ room to escape Boyd, she said, “I told him to get out,” Rachels said. “1 was afraid for her, for my­ self, and for my customers.” Rachels said Boyd left the store when he saw her daughter, an EMS worker in uniform, enter the Bi-Lo, He came back into the store when she left, Rachels said Boyd contin­ ued load in a threatening manner Please Sec More - Page 4 2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2004 Editonalj^ge C l a s s O f 2 0 0 8 In The Mail.. Always Do Your Homework F o r m e r g o p c h a i r Tlie Class of 2008 reports this week lo Davie High Schooi to begin four years of study ¡md growth and preparation. As we have done in recent yeurs, we'd lil<e to suy a few tilings to this newest class. This is what they should know: Almost a third of you won’t make It to graduation day. Ba.sed on rccent statistics. Some of you wiil flunk out. Some of you will run off. Some of you will tum to drugs. Some of you won’t Ciuv. Some of you will be in prison. And it won’t just be thp cla.ss dummies and hoods. Will one of them be you? Some of you will break your parents’ hearts. You will disappoint your tcachers. You will make A .sorry path for your own children to follow years from now. Or you can make them all proud of you. Proud enough to pop the buttons o(T your dad’s shirt. Proud enough to make your mother’s labor pains 14 years ago her best memory. Proud enough that this community will count it.self lucky that you arc here. Tlie life of a dixipout is often linked to pregnancy, poverty and prison. Don’t follow that path. Tliere is a reason why adulls who dropped out of high school flock into G.E.D. courses to correct the mistakes of their youth. School may be hard. There may be mimy social pressures. But find the inner resolve to graduate. It is a minimum achievement these days. Sel goals for yourself — high ones — and find out whal il takes 10 achieve them. If you don’t, you may eliminate your chances of being accepted to a top-flighl college by the end of your freshmsui year. The grades you miike in your first three years count as much as ihe SAT scores at Ihe end of your junior year. At high school, they keep scorc. These daily tests count far beyond tlie report ciwd. Do your homework. It takes time, sure. Bul anyone can do it. You can get help from friends, froni purents, from the smartest kid in class. Gel his phone number. Take your books home. Remember your assignments. Write them down. T\im the work in tiie next day. Always. Be responsible. Be on time. Show up... wilh your homework in hand. Don’t sleep in cla.ss. Don’t be disrespectful to the , teacher. Don’t be a clown. ' r : ^ ' You niay dream big dreams, bul only work will achieve I) ' them. You parents probably have made all your important decisions until now. You may have sailed through middle school wilh little efTort. This school will be harder. It will also offer more distractions. In high .school, girls bccome beautiful and boys become li;uid.soine. You will wanl to go to the football games, to the club meetings, to the parties. You will be encouraged to display school spirit. You may even participate in Ihc sports programs. Those are fun times imd a rich piul of high school. But woe unto those who don’t study... You will take many classes, but two are critical — English and math. Gym class may be fun, but it count.s little. You must ieiUTi proper grammar, how to write, how to apply mathemat­ ics. No teacher is so gifted that he can give you tho.se lessons without your help. You must work for it. You must value education and want it. High school has a way of tilling society’s values. Tlie dumb jock may be popular now, but he eventually works for the nerd he tonnented in high .school. If you’re a jock, be a smart one. Some of the most lalenied high school athletes can’t go lo college becausc they can’t meet the minimum academic levels. We value athletic success, imd sports offers a wonderful classroom of its own, But only a handful of our athletes — one or two a year — will compete on the collegiate level. The rest of you must depend on good grades lo get into college, A cute face ¡md clever wit won’t get you Ihrough the college admissions office, Aboul your ¡«lilude,., Life is not fair. Don’l cxpcct high school to be. No student has ever been punished for obeying the rules. Unfettered impulses lire running through your veins. Some studenls will do things now lhal will affect Ihem for a lifetime. You pledged not to use drugs in the D.A.R,E, program in fifth grade. Desperate for social accepliince, some will ¡ibimdon their principles imd monil courage. Don’t be one of them. Neither cigarettes, ¡ilcohol, marijuima nor sex will solve the iiclie in your soul or the loneliness in your heart, Tliose things will, instead, add immeasurably lo your problems. Avoid them like the plague. You need friends. But your friends will often determine your actions. You will dress like them. You will act like them. Do what they do. One friend hell-bent on trouble c¡m t¡lke you wilh him. You may have been told you iirc special — one of a kind. You are only its spccial a.s you wimt to be. The world won’t treat you special. Neither will your teachers. Or your friends. Only you can dechire your individuality and resolve to stand out in the crowd or join it. Realize at this stage In your life, the world Is crazy. Piu-ents ¡ire confining — some are nuts. Teachers don’t understand. Some sludenis arc cruel. They will say mean things and tonnent tlio.se who aren’t part of their group. Like tiie televisions shows, they will make fun of you, But it won’t be funny. At limes, you may be desperate to be anywhere else, ‘ I- ■ K. Parcnts often lell you these are tlie best years of your life, that you should be happy and enjoy these days. For some of you, these high school years will seem like an assignment lo eternal hell. Fortunately, there are much better yeiu^ to come. These should not be — as the song indicates — your "Glory Days.’’ The pinnacle of your life should not be between the tender ages of 14 and 18. Your glory days .should be well ahead of you. When you are truly independent. When you make your own decisions. When you are ready. This is an equipping phase. Arm yourself with knowledge. Seize tlie opportunities around you to grow instead of letting them pass. Realize Ihe best is yet lo come, and prepare for it. Set your goals, and work lo achieve them. Make friends, but not ones who will control you, Reiilize your piu^nls are still your best advocates. And you have others on your side: Tlie t¡lxpayers of this county. They have built this school. They pay the teachers. * Subsidize your lunch. Put gas in the school buses. You owe them an honest effort. Many of us just got our tiix bills. We want results for our money. Don’t waste this. Finally, keep life in perspective. Plan to live to be a kind and wi.se grandparcnt one diiy. You will not find inner peace from your parcnts, from your friends, from the football team or from any of life’s temptations. Thiit’s between you iuid God. That boyfriend will break your heart. The football team will lose one diiy. Your parcnts will limit you. You may flunk a te.st despite your best efforts. But don’t let those disappoint­ ments thwart your life’s goals and purpose. Adulls talk a lot about praying, but wc don’t do it enough. We lalk a lot aboul trusting God, but most of us only trust ourselves. Find a higher purpo.se for your life. Walk in faith. Depend on God. And work. High school is four yetirs. Not a lifetime. Use it for ils proper purpose — lo prepare for better things. Don’t be one of the statistics — one of the failures, one of ihc forgotten / members of this Class of 2008 who doesn’t make it to the graduation stage. ■ Now get to it. Do your homework. — Dwight Sparks For Congress; Virginia Foxx Next Tuesday, Republicans in the 5th congressional district will make their final decision. We urge them to vote for State Sen. Virginia Foxx of Banner Elk. This nasty campaign has been six months too long. Voters are justifiably weary and disgusted with the tone, the mud, the barbs, the lies and the exaggerations. Slaying home — sitting this one out — will be tempting. But that’s too dangerous. The chance thal Winston-Salem Cily Councilmim Vernon Robinson might win should alarm Republicans and all residenls of this dislrict. He is the direct cause of the mean nature of Ihis race. He has been the name-caller, the mud-slinger and the hate- monger. To reward him with this important office is unthinkable, Robinson has besmirched the reputations ofall his opponents. They are all "liberal," except him. Not only did lie criticize his opponents, he attiicked some of their fathers. We don’t want Ihis uncivilized, mean-spirited’man representing us. Voters need to school him in manners next week, Virginia Foxx has proven herself to be an effective legislator, a tireless worker and an itdvocaie for people from all walks of life, A poor moimtain girl by birth, she has overcome tremen­ dous odds lo succeed in business, education and politics. She is the obvious choice. — Dwight Sparks E n d o r s e s F o x x To the editor; 1 am wriling this as a life-long Republican and former chair of ihe Davie County Republican Pnrty. After observing Ihe tenor of Ihe campaigns of the various candi­ dates in the first primary for the 5th Congressional Dislrict, I am convinced thal it is in the best interest of the 5th District and the Republican Party for Republicans to support Virginia Foxx in the run-off Aug. 17. Wo can be proud of Mrs. Foxx’s established rccord in support of conservative Republican principles as a member of the N.C. Sen­ ate. We can rest assured that she will represent us in Congress with dignity nnd purpose. We will not be embarrassed by her receiving undue publicity because of outlandish and unorthodox activities. My greatest concern is that those who feel as I do will not get oul and vote. Thus, to ensure that the better cnndidate ic elected, 1 urge my fellow Republlenns lo please get out and vote for Virginia Foxx on Aug. 17. William E. "Bill" Hall Mocksville Davie Shows Tremendous ^ Outpouring Of Love For Boy To Ihe editor: I nm sure you are aware that Pier 601 Seafood Restaurant put on a benent recently for the Linville boy. All the proceeds (except sales tax) both from the rcgulnr meals, and also from Ihe Inkeouts, was included, nnd also, there were donnlions given as people lefl, and in addition, the waitresses all donuted any lips lhal were left. There were aboul 15 staff who donated their lime, including the owner. The total proceeds from all sources were $8,000 plus two individual chccks. To my mind, this wns an unbelievable outpouring of love from the people of Mocksville and Dnvic County for this needy little boy. We all hope it will .show the fnmily everyone’s concern. Francis Slate Mayor of Mocksville 'SrtATh^ 16ttert IW On topics of local,'stitc; naiidn^ or“' dntern>ion№ ^^^^ ^; -Ah‘eff6rt wiil be tiiade tolprint all liliers, provideil'tifey are nol libelous, vulgar or in poor taste. 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Will you vote for Virginia Foxx over Vernon Robinson for the U.S. Congress nomi­ nation? Log on now/ to cast your vote to the newest question: Ara 1,740 students too many for the current Davie Higii Sciiooi campus ? www.enterprise-record.coifl Yes, 20% No, 80% Big Jim And Buddies T h is photograph sh o w s IVlocksville Police Chief B ig Jim Sm ith (center), a n d from left, sheriff’s d eputy R a y S o w ers, O fficer Jim B ow les, O fficer Cliff P lo w m a n, jailer D allas W in ters and d river’s license e x a m ­ iner, W a d e G entry, T h e photo is believed to h a ve been m ad e in the m id -1 9 5 0 s. T h e Enterprise R ecord w e lco m e s old pho tographs of D a vie people a n d places. B ring them by the n e w sp a p e r office on South M ain Street across from the county office building. In The Mail... It’s T im e F o r C itize n s To T a k e B a c k G o v e rn m e n t To the editor; I hnve never been that fond of Mr. Lincoln nnd not for the same, tired old ''Southerner" reasons either. Oh yes, to the victor (that would be the Union Army) goes the spoils und the privilege of writ­ ing history from their point of view. But let us not confine our identification of "manipulation Of the American public" to just the Republican Party, for if the facts were known, the founders (and I mean ull of its citizens alive in thul era) of this Republic would shake their heads in disgust at both of Ihe major pollticnl pnrtics and those in many clected officcs. Much chnngcd wilh the War Between the States (that would be Civil War to those that prefer political correctness) or the War of Northern Aggression (for those who think the South was some sort of haven of Democracy [which il was not]). Just as Syndi pointed out, Mr. Lincoln look full advantage of the situation thnt he inher­ ited when the Southern delegates lo Congress walked oul. One must recall lhal the desire among certain groups in the northern slates was (and conlinued long after the war's end) to be thiu of punishing the southern Stntes for what they considered to n great evil, slavery. But these same groups chose lo ignore that their own ancestors had supported the use of slavery by acting ns the owners / operators of the shipping firms that carried the slaves from Africa to American ports (the southern Stales never hiid a merchant fleet to even speak of other thnn smnll fishing vessels along the coast). Northern industry wns biillt on the use of Irish immigrnnls thnt worked in conditions benring a striking similarity to slayery (just missing the legal ownership documents), but it wos referred to as indentured servitude, Habeas corpus. Do the school even teach our children what that means? Why bother? If Mr. Lincoln did not think enough of il to leave it in place during Ills administration, then why should we be concerncd with il? I will tell you why. Because the altenllon of Americans has been diverted for so long away from what was re­ ally happening during the Lincoln ndministrntion in order to vali- dnie the course of actions it used in the war and so cnilcd "recon­ struction" period that followed. Reconstruction? 1 know an indi­ viduni Ihnt just Ihls week told me of growing up in Georgia in n wide swath of Innd absent of industry, trees, rnilvvays, and still rely­ ing on horse drawn wagons in the 196Q's. Years later he finally took an intercsl in Ihe War and began studying the route along which General Sherman conducted his "march to the sen" across the south­ ern slates. Yes Indeed, the results of this simple study demonstrntcd thnt even this mnny yenrs Inter Sherman had a lasting affecl. If Sherman's tactics were used today by any military, the Ameri­ can and Europcnn news medisi would be screnming fora war crimes trial at the Hague. If any other world lender used the same tactics as Mr. Lincoln did (please refer lo Syndi's fine article) they would be facing the same treatment as Saddnm Hussein or the former C o v e ra g e A p p re c ia te d To the editor; Thank you so much for the positive coverage your paper hns pro­ vided for North Dnvie Middle School during the pnst yciir. Mnking Ihe community nwnre of the good things thnt take plnce in a school is very importnnt, ¡md you hnve certnlnly mnde thut possible. The coverage of our Humane Society Fundrniser, Anna Thrower’s Art Project, the River of Life Leadership Cump und the Storehouse Food Drive arc ¡ill excellent examples of positive school news. Thanks again.Wanda Shnflcr Assistnnt Principal Bosnian leadership. Oh, no you say. Mr. Lincoln was doing whsU was right lo preserve the Union. Bnldcrdnsh. Mr. Lincoln could have held the Union together without a single .shot being fired. How you ask? Simple enough. You let the people decide for themselves liow Ihey want to live and be governed. The sovereign state, not the federal government, is the keeper of n citizen's rights. The only rights the federal govern­ ment is obliged to honor (as it sees fit mind you) arc those written into the Bill of Rights (do they still leach that in school?). The Constitution gives ull other rights not stnted In the Bill of Rights and Constitution lo the sovereign slates and to the indlviduid citi­ zens of the states. Rend the documents for yourself. Plense do nol tnke my word for it. So, yes, we should thnnk Mr. Lincoln for the mess thut we now call our government. He demonstrated for future generations that those in power should lake us much power away from the stntes and the citizens of the states, by whatever means possible, in order to consolidate control to n few, In other words, why do we need the U.S. Government black mailing North Carolina into observing Martin Luther King day (ob­ serve It or lose federal highway construction funds was the reason Oov. Martin overturned tho yole of the stute employees who chose not' Ib'observe It In order to have Qood Friday for Easter)? Why do wo need North Carolina government withholding funds from county nnd municipal governments (becuuse he who holds the money con­ trols the other guy)? Why do we (citizens) allow our elected offi­ cials to decide matters that are simply none of their business (what school can my child attend, what I do with my lund, how I rnlse my children, what a person [male or female] does with their own body)? 1 mean have you stopped to consider that we are old enough to vole nt age 18, muke decisions such as to marry or live away from home, buy or sell property, and serve in the military; and yet that same pcnson cannot legally drink alcohol? Get this straight, old enough to die in Iraq giving the hope of freedom to n people that were rallying for our destruction months ago on CNN; but not mature enough to buy nn alcoholic drink? Ludicrous. Our governor wnnted nothing more when he entered offico dian lo force a slate sponsored lottery, on us under the guise of funding our schools. Go to nny slate that did jusl thnt and what you will find is that the proceeds from the lottery nre ihe only source of funds for those schools. Mcssnge - gnmble or no school. It is high time thnt citizcns took bnck the reigns of governing themselves. Instead of forcing a lottery, why not simply offer the citizcns the opportunity to vole in a general election for the legal­ ization of gambling in the .state. We decide the issue. Not tho gov­ ernor or General Assembly. Instead of caving into black mail from the federal government you honor the wishes of the citizen mosl affected by observing a holiday. Instead of debating gay rights (I did not know they hnd nny tliat we did not becuuse marriage is not a right) in a courtroom or Gen­ ernl Assembly, ask the citizcns of this stute if they want to recog­ nize gay couples" legally". If we were spending as much lime leaching Ancient Greek his­ tory in school as we do the meager contributions of the Hispanic worid lo modem Americn, we might recall that true Democnicy means that the cltlzcn voles on nil issues thnl directly affcct the socicty nnd thnt a Rcpublicnn government menns that we yield some of thal same authority to n few elected officinls that are honor bound to act in ttccordiince with the expressed desires of the majorily of citizcns who elcclcd them to office. Seen lhal happen of lale? Yes thank you Mr. Lincoln. You did a fine job.... Barry J. Carlner Mocksville Kids These D ays... They’re Really Good Don’t tell me thal kids these days are bad. It just isn’t true. Like any .segment of .society, there arc a few bad apples, but on the whole, kids these days iirc good. Really good. I remember when I was a teen-ager. I’ll not rehash old shenanigans, but we were nowhere nettf as good as teens todiiy. I’ve heard stories about the generations before me. They weren’t all that good, either. No, I don’t understand the low-hanging pants with the underwear showing above the belt line. But 1 can’t argue with a kid who says “yes sir’’ and “yes ma’am,” no matter where their pants hang. And I have a feeling our parenls didn’t understand the bell bottoms and platform shoes. No, I don’l understand the earrings on guys and the tatoos on the gals. But 1 can’t argue when 1 hear them calling their parents to let them know their every move, or see them when they visit their M iK B lonely grandparents. Our parents probably B a rn h a rd t didn’t understand why wc wore our hair so long, and so straight. No, 1 don’t understand the music, either. But I can appreciate the fact that music is a big part of their lives. It was in my life at that age. It has been important to young people of all modern generations. 1 don’t think, or hope, that our parents understood Ted Nugent and Parliament Funkadelic. No, 1 don’t understand the fascination with cell phones. But I can appreciate the fact that any teenager carrying a cell phone can be reached by their pareiits at any time, any day. Our parents didn’t understand how wc could stay on the telephone, talking aboul nothing in particular, for half the night, even if we were tied to the cord. There’s a lot of things I don’t understand nbout leemtgers and young adults these days. But to pul il simply, that’s their job. Every generation wants to be different, unique. And tlie best way to do thiU is by doing something their parents don’l understand. It doesn’t make them bad. I’ve talked to several ministers who have said they once recruited parcnts so they would bring their children to church. Nowadays, it’s jusl as likely that the teenager will start going to a church, without their parents. Churches try lo lure the young people, hoping their parents will follow, . It’s not hard to find a young person doing something good,They do It a\\ the time. What’s hard is to refrain from complaining about something wc don’t understand, , So, go out nnd thank a kid today .., for / DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2004 - 3 D o n ' t G e t B u r n e d ! You can be fined up to $10,000 for illegal open burning in N,C. Smoke from open burning can cause serious health problems ana pollute the air. Thai's why she state regulates open burning. Only leaves, branches or other plant growth can be burned. 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Using the current enroll­ ment, without factoring growth, the class of 2010 (North nnd South Davle middle schools combined seventh grade classes) will exceed 500 stu­ dents, and the numbers keep growing. According to Potts, there iire no plans to build a new school in the county, which means trail­ ers are going to be n fixture on all the school campuses for some time, Ashley Comatzer, a senior nt Davie, said having to go to class in n truiler is a hardship she would rather avoid. "They’re so far away from the rest of the school,” Comatzer said. "When you only have a few minutes between classes, it makes it hard.” Comatzer, 17, said the trail­ ers mny be the most visible sign of overcrowding, but other less- known problems exist. “The lunchroom is too packed,” Comatzer said, “There were still students in line to get lunch when the bell rang, and there aren't enough tables for all the students.” Josh Johnson, a junior, ac­ knowledged that there were too many students, but looks on the bright side of having class in a trailer. “It’s a lot cooler in the trail­ ers than in the main building,” Johnson said. "And the classes are a lot smaller.” Potts said he expects to see another growth spurt following the holidays. The Brown- Williamson merger with RJ Reynolds hns had an immedi­ ate inipact, with families being relocated to the area. "It's not unreasonable to see quite a few families delay mak­ ing the move until after the holi­ days,” Potts said. “That's pretty common for people lo move Iti shifts in a merger like this.” Shady Orove Elementary School, which picked up 47 ad­ ditional students over last yenr, is building an additional wing. Principal Larry Lanier said the sving will meet immediate needs, but doesn't address ad­ ditional growth. Lanier said it wouldn't be long before the county will need to address building another elementary school. "The Brown-Williamson merger has brought in some people from Kentucky, and we're expecting morc coming in from Atlanta,” Lanier said. “I don’t see the growth in this county stopping anytime soon,” Shady Grove is housing classes in 10 trailer.<i on campus, and students taking art and Spanish are meeting in an old locker room. Lanier said using every inch of available space was neces­ sary. "We’ve added five classes in the three years since I've been here, two Ihis summer alone,” Lanier said. "These numbers aren’t going to go down.” T D s L y o f O a . r i n . Q T S e p t e m b e r 1 1 , 2 0 0 4 I United Way Davie County United Way A shley C o m a tze r: “T h e lunchroom is too packed. There were slill students in Ilne to get lunch when the bell rang, and there aren’t enough tables for all the students.” Town Says No To Incentives For Lowes Volunteers Needed For Day Of Caring Continued From I’ligc 1 benefit people and nutiprofil organizations within the community. The Day of Curing ulso marks the kick-off to the Davie County United Way Campaign. All employee campaign ninnagers arc invited to this event ns well. The mission of the Davie Counly United Way is to unite the voluntary strength of our community to cnre for one unothcr. This is nchicved through direct community inipact projects/programs facilitnted by DCUW and the funding of 20 nonprofit agencies thal provide programing in three focus areas; Children und Youth, Health und Wellness and Crisis Intervention. Continued From Page 1 and the town and county would reap sales tux benefits, he snid. He snid the store would have ' a minimum impact on locul busi­ nesses which sell the same items. "Residents in Mocksvillc and Davic County arc already shop­ ping at Lowes. We want lo make it moro convenient for them ... nnd gain morc customers," The weekend do-it-yourself worker nnd contractors buy ut Lowes at the same price, he said. They asked for reimburse­ ment for improvements of $847,810 including right of wny improvements, a traffic signal, curb and guttering, utilities and storm water management. The town would receive more in tax revenues in a few years than it paid in incentives, Gray suid. Town bourd member, Vemon Thompson, asked ifLowes built stores without incentives. "That's absolutely right,” said Hincher. 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The aver­ age incentive offer was $ 1.5 mil­ lion, Hiiichcr said.. "It's all about the bottom line,” Jennings said. "We bring a lot to the com­ munily,” said Hichcr. "We’re not typical, we don't pay minimum wage, nnd all of our employees receive benefits. We would like to partner with Mocksville. We build Iraffic flow. We bring people in.” He suid Lowes economic im- puci is ns positive ns nn indus­ try. He snid the town would “jump ut the chance” to offer in­ centives to an industry with a $15 million investment and a $25 million payroll. “These nre good, quality jobs. There’s nlways a chancc the manufacturing jobs will leave. A million dollars to get that return is not a bnd deal.” Commissioner Buster Cleary m.-ide the motion to deny the in­ centive request, but added in his motion for the town look for other ways to help the company. More Charges Still Possible In Domestic Dispute, Fatal Wreck Continued From Pugc I until he left moments before po­ lice arrived. Faulkner, who chosc to rep­ resent herself, usked Rachels on cross examination if she wns be­ ing truthful. “I have no reu.son to lie,” Ruchéis .suid. “I wus trying to protect you thnt morning.” Faulkner, with Boyd sitting beside her, testified thnt she en­ tered the store that mpralng be-,, cause she wns upset her car broke down, and that she was trying to get to church with her grand­ mother. She udmltted to having nn argument with Boyd, but that il was Rachels who took it upon herself to make the 911 cnll. Fnulkner added she never men­ tioned a gun, und thut Ruchéis was being overly drumatic. Faulkner concluded thnt Rachels alone was responsible for plac­ ing the cull that led to the fatal accident that morning. Sheriff’s Sgt. Lee Whitesides testified lhal he wns the first on the scene, nnd ulong with Deputy Jeff Harpe, sccurcd the scenc nt the Bi-Lo. Whitesides snid nt the time of his arrival, he was un­ aware of the accident involving Recktenwaid. , Whitesides said that when he arrived, Fnulkner was upset, and wus acting consistent with how Rachels dc.scibed her. “You don’t know why I was acting upset, do you?” Faulkner usked. “No," Whitesides replied. “1 figured il wns becnusc your boy­ friend wus putting u beuting on you.” “And no gun was over found, right?” Faulkner asked. “No,” Whitesides answered. “I think thut’s why you’re here.” Royster said presence of the gun-was moot, becnusc a call to 911 wus justified if Ruchcis fell there was u clear and present dan­ ger to Faulkner. "Will you testify in Ihe case againsl Timothy Boyd?” Royster nsked Faulkner. Faulkner paused and glanced at Boyd, "No,” she nsnwcred. Royster explained the reper­ cussions of her decision, and asked Faulkner again. "Knowing what I’ve just told you, will you testify in tho assault case of Timothy Boyd?” “Then you’ve jusl convicted yourself,” Royster replied. Sudden Oak Death Training Aug. 19 Sudden Oak Death, a fungal- like disease, oncc through lo be confincd lo purls of the West Coast,hus mude its wuy ucross tho country in contuminated nursery material. The ulurm began when Ihe disease was discovered on nurs­ ery stock in March 2004 al Ihe Monrovia Nursery in Asuza, Ca­ lif. During the previous yeur, Ihe nursery had shipped plants to morc than 1,200 locations in 39 states, including 67 spots in N.C. Testing is available and will specifically target camellias nnd viburnums purehnsed from gar­ den centers between March 2003 W i c k P I E D M O N T ^ S É k Buildings- B a r n & F e n c e Authorized Wick Builder For Metal Buildings Sm all O r Largo • Commercial • Warehouse, Office • Agriculture • Bam s & Stables • Residential - Shops, Storage Call: 3 3 6 2 4 0 - 8 0 9 9 3 3 6 - 4 9 2 - 5 5 8 6 R E A L E S T A T E W E E K L Y By Debbie Prachel O w net/Bfoker Prem ier C arolina Proportlea DON’T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE In mosl real esintc transactions there are u few responsibilities Ihul the sellers have lo handle before the setllemenl, such us muking repairs 10 areus of the home thnt do not puss inspection. If termites ure discovered, for exumple, a pesi extermination must be .scheduled and accomplished. There arc deadlines for completing Ihese obligations, yet muny sellers barely mnke those deadlines. Those who wait until the lasl minute muy miss the deadline nltogether or be obliged lo pay high rates in order lo gel a plumber, roofer or eleetriciun lo do needed repairs on un emergency busis. Even Ihough sellers usuully know well in udvunce whut is needed, Ihey sometimes pul things off unlil the buyers have finalized the loan upproyul process. Since these repairs will huve to be made anyway, it is a good idea.lo get them done promptly. Debbie is an award-winning full-time professional real' estate broker in Dnvie County. for /irofesshiial iiiMce tm till tixpecls nf buying tmtl ielliiif! m il esltiii!, ymi ctm reticli Dehhic al Premier Ctiroliiiu Proiierlies, 336- 998-7777 or 336-909-I284, or visit her welmie at www.pcpncxom. and March 2004 thut received the plums from Monrovia Nursery in Asuza, Calif. Testing will also target five und seven gnilon rhododendrons purehnsed from Lowe’s Home Improvement stores between February 2003 and Muy 2004 Ihul were supplied by an Oregon nursery. The Davic Cooperative Cen­ ter is offering a Sudden Oak Dealh irnining Aug. 19, 7-8:30 p.m. ul Ihc Extension Center, 180 S. Mnin St., in Mocksvillc on the corner of Wulcr Street. This train­ ing is open lo anyone und will be free of charge.Tbpics such as host plants, range, symploms and rec­ ognition, and testing procedures will be di.scussed. Call tlie Extension Center al 751-6297 lo pre-register by Mon­ duy, Aug, 16. One and a hnlf pes­ ticide rccertincntion credits will be available for Ornamentals and Turf (L) Right-Of-Way (H), For­ eslry (G), Research and Demon­ stration (N), Dealer (D), and Pri­ vate (X). Colleen Sparks, county horti­ culture agent, stated, “This dis­ ease is killing mature oak trees in Californiu al nn ularming rate. Suspect plants should be reported and should not be removed." Conlaci Davie Extension at 751 -6297, or by email at coUeen_ si)tirkx®iwsii.c(lii.” ATTENTION Kmart Shoppers In Sunday, August 15 Advertising Circular, the “Butcher Block Expansion table" depicted on page 17 of such Circular will not be available. We regret any inconvenience this may have caused our customers. D i s t r i c t C o u r t DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2004 ■ 5 The following cases were heard in Duvie District Court on August 5. Presiding: Judge Ted S. Royster. Prosecuting: Kevin Beale and Krystal Allen, Assis­ tant DAs. - Tony Burney, DW I, dis­ missed; DW LR, dismissed; speeding; dismissed. - Mitchell Brackcn, misde­ meanor larceny, dismissed per compliance - David Brown, DW I, dis­ missed; exceeding a safe speed, dismissed. - Abel Cnntro, expired regis­ tration, dismissed; ficticious plates, dlsmissed;m no operators license, sentenced to 4 days, credit for 4 days, cosl; speeding, , 80 in a 70, dismissed per plou. - Brenda Clement, failure to slop for a school bus, prayer for judgement, cosl. - Byron Coates, reckless driv­ ing, not guilty; assault to infiiet serious injury, nol guilty; assault on n femule, pruyer for judge­ ment, no contact with victim except on visitation of custodial children, costs; communicating threats, not guilty;possession of marijuana up to 1 /2 ounce, dis­ missed; misdemeanor child abuse, not guilty, 3 counts of possession of drug paraphennlla, dismissed; 2 counts misde­ meanor possession of n scedule VI controlled substance, dis­ missed. - Timothy Eceles, 3 counts probation violation, admits to violation, sentenced to 130 days injail. - Ronald Ellis, domestic criminal trespass, prayer for Man Arrested For Crack Cocaine Possession By Jackie Scabolt Davie County Enterprise Record A Davie man was urrested last week al a local convenience store after officials located crnck cocaine while searching the vehicle he was driving. Gary Lewis Dulin, 52, of 479 Mountvlew Drive, M o c k s ­ ville was charged with one count felony possession of cocaine on Aug. 6 . around 9:40 p.m. According to Duvie County Sheriff’s Department Dclcelive J.D. Hnrtmnn, Dulin pulled the 1993 Ford Explorer he was driv- Gary Dulin was arrested lasl Fri­ day. ing into the pnrking lol of The Comer Store on U.S. 601 South neur Greusy Comer. According to Hnrtmnn, Dulin did not park in a designated parking space and his vehicle wus silling in the lot at nn nnglo. Hartman said that Deputy D.B. Pfaff was on duty thal evening and saw two females, both with known drug records, exit Dulin’s vehicle. Pfuff run n check on Dulin’s vehicle tag and it came back reg­ istered to different vchicle. After being questioned by Pfaff, Dulin gave consent to search his vehicle and the inves­ tigating officers found n plustic buggy inside the vehicle's glove box which contuined a couplc of crack rocks, according to Hartman. Dulin was placed in Davie Counly Detention Center nnd remained there at press time in lieu of a $7500 secured bond. His first court appearance is scheduled in Davie District Court next Thursday, Aug. 19. Democratic Ice Cream Social This Saturday An ice cream social spon­ sored by Ihc Davie Counly .Democratic Parly will be held from 4-8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 14 at Rich Park Shelter 1 ih Mocks­ ville. The evening of music, fel­ lowship and fun will includc in- formnlion on local, state und nu- lionul cundidutes. Second Primary Tuesday For Both Parties There will be a Democrat and Republicun second primary on Tuesday, Aug. 17. The 14 polling places in Davie County will be open from 6:30 a.m,- 7:30 p.m. No excuse one-stop voting will be available in Iheeleclions office through Friday, Aug. 13, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Satur­ day, Aug. 14from8 a.m.-l p.m. Democrats will cast their vote in the Superintendent of Public Instruction race for Mnrshnll Slewnri or June S. Atkinson. Republicans will cast V01C.S in the Fiflh Congressional race for Virginia Foxx or Vemon ( i r t 'a t ('o v L ’ra^u,e L. Robinson. Unaffiliated voters who voted in either party primary on July 20 may vote in Ihe same party primary on Aug. 17. Voters who were properly registered lo vole in the July 20 primary, but did not vote, are eli­ gible to vote in the Aug. 17 sec­ ond primary. Ballots will be mailed to those persons who have re­ quested voting by mail, and re­ quests for ballots lo be mailed will be honored until 5 p.m. Tuefiday, Aug. 10. Direct questions to Ihc elec­ tions office, 751-2027. • BlueAdvantage* Plans • No Referral HMO, PPO.mil POS Group Plans • Small Group Coverage Johnson Insurance Services, Inc. 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Зт judgement, no conluct with vic­ tim, remit cost; harassing phone calls, dismissed per plen, misde­ meanor stalking, dismissed per plea; indecent liberties with a child, dismissed, second degree rape, dismissed. - Gregory Epperly, commu­ nicating threats, nort guilty. - Ray Garza, Driving while li­ cense revoked, senlenced lo tíme served; expired registration, dis­ missed. - Micah Harris, possession of marijuana up to 1/2 ounce, dis­ missed. - James Hayes, allowing un unlicensed driver, dismissed; possession of drug paraphennlla, dismissed. - Gina Helms, possession of scedule VI controlled substance, sentenced to 15 days, suspended, 12 months unsupervised proba­ tion, evidence ordered de­ stroyed, costs. - Jennifer Howell, 3 counts of violation of probation, admits to violation, 135 days injail, 8days credit. - Brook Long, driving while license revoked, sentenced to 60 days in jail, suspended 2 years, supervised probation, $278 altomey's fees, $50 fine, costs; ficticious license, dismissed per plen, expired inspection sticker, dismissed per plen, no insurance, dismissed per plea, misde­ meanor possession of n sched­ ule VI conlrolled substance, dis­ missed per plea; possession of drug paraphenalia, sentenced to 120 days in jail, suspended 2 years, ullomeys expenses, supcr- viscd probation, evidence or­ dered destroyed, submit lo ran­ dom drug screens und warrentless searches, not to pos­ sess any dmgs or alcohol, costs. -Cnnduce McCoy, fnilurc to rcducc speed, dismissed, - Michael McGee, Driving whilo license revoked, reduccd to no operutors license, prayer for judgement, 2 weeks to pay costs. - Robert Potter, Driving while liccnse revoked, prayer for judgement; fuilure lo slop, dis­ missed per plea. • - Tracy ray, injury to real property, prayer for judgement, remit costs. - Billy R. Redmond, Driving while license revoked, dis­ missed; resisiling a police of­ ficer, dismissed per plea, resist­ ing a police officer, sentenced to 45 days in jail, 28 duys crcdii; brcuking und entering, sentenced to 120 days in jail; Larceny af­ ter breaking and entering, con- solidutcd wilh larceny of a mo- lor vehicle, dismissed per plea. - William Somers, failure to heed a light, rcduced to unsufc movement, prayer for judge­ ment, cost. - William Stocks, misde­ meanor stnlklng, dismissed. - Russell Whitlock, nssuull wilh serious bodily injury, dis­ missed. SEALY* BACK SAVER TW IN SET *229«® F U LL SET *299®= Q U E E N SET *369°= K ING 3-PC SET *498^= 'fliP.st' nre .Hi>( iirlrcs. • :l.Ul (.VW/.v - umujo Ш. Don't Buy Just Any Mattress Get The^est^ }ne That Will Last You For Years M o c k s v il l e F u r n i t u r e & A p p l ia n c e i n c . ^ ^ Downtown MocksvWe, NC • (336J 751-5812 Sales@MocksvilleFurr\iture.com I [Ì ' 6. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug, 12,2004 Public Records S h e r i f f s D e p a r t m e n t The following incidents were reported to Ihe Davie County Sheriff's Department. - On July 31 Emillia I’ere/, reported a missing person at a home on Red OakTniil. Mocks­ villc. - Могу Godfrey reported a missing person at a home on Point Farm Lane, Mocksville on July 31. - On July 3 1 Bclindn Law.son reported accidently shooting her­ self in Ihe foot while cleaning a gun at a home on Jarvis Road, Advancc. - Krystic Kelly reported nn automobile wind.shicld and door A r r e s t s were (Inmuged at a residence on Crciison Road, Mocksville on Aug. I. - On Aug. 1 Joe West reported Iwo pit bull puppies were taken from a home on U.S. 601 Soulh, Mocksvillc. - Mark Henncscy reported a larceny at a yard on Junction Road, Mock.sville on Aug. 1, - On Aug. I an abandoned child was reported al n service slalion on Farminglon Road, Mock.svillc. Timothy Walker reported a vchiclc door was damaged at home on N.C. 801 North, Mocksville on Aug. 1. - On Aug. 1 a verbal dispute was reported at a home on Spry Lane, Mock.sville. - A vehicle bumper and li­ cense plale were reported found al a location on Inlcrstale 40 East, Mocksville on Aug. I. - On Aug. 2 Bradley Harrington reported firearms were taken from a residence on U.S. 601 South, Mocksville. - Robert Story reported a re­ volver and gold watch were taken from a home on Deadmon Road. Mocksville on Aug. 2. - On Aug. 3 Larry Brooks reported property was damaged at a home on Pine Valley Road, Mocksvillc. - Robert Barnhardt reported a break-in al a car lol on Main Church Road, Mocksvillc on Aug. 3. - On Aug. 4 Sleven Johnson reported a van was damaged on S. Angel Road, Mocksville. - Roger Driver reported a CB radio, window, and microphone were taken from a vchicle al a business on U.S. 64 East, Mocksvllle on Aug. 5. - On Aug. 6 Beau Davis re­ ported landscape lighting was Inken from Oak Valley's en­ trance in Advance. - Peggy Myers reported a cell phone was taken from a resi­ dence on Cornalzer Road, Mocksville on Aug. 6. - On Aug. 6 Teresa Shoe­ maker reported n pressure washer, camera, camcorder, and gas can weit; taken from a camp­ site at Lake Myers, Mocksville. - Simeon Randolph reported locating a stolen vehicle al the N.C. 801 river access area of Yadkin River on Aug. 7. - On Aug. 7 Harold Wood re­ ported n leaf blower was taken from n garage on Buck Seaford Road, Mocksville. - Walter Dollar reported a mailbox was damaged at a home on Hobson Drive, Mocksville on Aug. 7. - On Aug.; 7 Michael Passmore reported a mailbox was damaged on Calvin Lane, Mocksville. - Susan Swisher reported a lost/stolen license plale on Myers Road, Mocksville Aug. 8. - On Aug. 8 Kimberly Hayes reported a vehicle was damaged at parking lot on N.C. 801 South, Mocksvllle. - Mamie Williams reported four puppies were taken from a home on Friendship Court, Mocksville on Aug. 8. The Davie County Sheriffs Department made the following arrests: - Kenneth Ray Chadwell, 33, of Hannony wus arrested July 30 forconimunicaling threats. Trial date: Sept. 16. -Keith Jeffrey Wilkie, 30. of 134 Country Lniic. Mocksville was arrested July 30 for worth- le.ss check. Trial dale; Sept. Min Wake County. - Belinda Hill. 30. of 542 Gladstone Roud. Mocksville was arrested July 30 for failure to appear. Trial date; Aug. 26. ■ Laura Casey Doub. 20. of Lewisville was arrcslcd July 30 on nn order for arrest. Trial tlalc: Aug. 19. - Bryan Lee Baldwin. 29, of .542 Cedar Grove Church Road. Mocksville was arrested July 30 for assault on n femnlc and com­ municating threats. Trial date: Aug. 16. ■ - Tracy Allen Carter. 39. of 1167 Williums Road. Mocksville wns arrested July 31 for DWI nnd driving wilh licensc revoked. Trial date: Aug. 20. - Kelly Shoemaker Cass, 37. of Mooresville was arrested July 31 for DWI. Trial date: Aug. 20. - Clyde Lewis Jr.. 54. of 291 Fred Lanier Rond. Mocksvllle was arresleil Aug. I for commu­ nicating threats and dnmnge lo properly. Triul date: Sept. 23. - Michelle Huff Benmer. 38. of 112 Cabanu Lnne. Mocksville wns arrested Aug. 4 for assault. Trial date: Sept. 16. - Bnrbnrn Ann Edwards.,55. of 4054 U.S. 158. Mocksvillc was arrested Aug. 4 for assault wilh a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury. Trial date: Aug. 5. - Michael Sleven Boger, 53, of 1733 U.S. 601 Soulh, Mocks­ ville was arrested Aug. 5 for breaking and entering. Trial dale: Sept. 23. - Bradley Scott Harrington. 36, of 690 Deadmon Road. Mocksville was nrresled Aug. 5 for false report. Trial date: Sept. 9. - Christopher Phillips. 21. of 175 Calvin Lane, Mocksville was arrested Aug. 5 forcommunicat- ing threats. Trial date; Sept. 23. - Shane MichacI Lambeth, 27, of Winston-Salem was arrested Aug. 5 for failure lo appear. Trial dale: Aug. 27 in Mecklenburg County. • Paula M. Robles. 28. of 485 Swicegood Sir.. Cooleemee was nrresled Aug. 5 for injury lo prop­ erty. Trial date: Aug. 26. - Thomas Anthony Olenn, 43. of 126 Sunset Drive, Mocksville arrested Aug. 5 for assault on a government official nnd resist­ ing an officcr. Trial date: Sept. 2. - Mark Anthony Dixon, 30. of 116 Everhart Road. Mocks­ ville was arrested Aug. 5 for nssaull on a female. Trial date: Aug. 26. - Roberto Oarcin Amnyn. 30. of Winslon-Salem was arrested Aug. 6 for driving wilh license revoked. Trial dale: Sept. 9. - Timothy Bernard Evans, 34, of 4665 U.S. 158. Advance was arrested Aug. 6 for child sup­ port. Trial dale: Aug. 8 in Forsylh Counly. - Steven Gregory Ivey, 32, of 202 Powell Road, Mocksville was arrested Aug. 6 fordomestic protection order violation. Trial dale: Aug. 9 in Davidson County. - Bradford Keith Gaither. 38. of 431 Dalton Rond. Mocksville wns arrested Aug. 7 for failure to appear. Trial dale; Aug. 19. - Jose Mejia Mendoza. 44. of 202 Northridge Court. Mocks­ ville was arrested Aug. 7 for DWI. Trial dale: Sept. 3. - Mikel Paul Wiles. 26. of 191 Macy Langston, Mocksville wns arrested Aug. 8 for break­ ing. entering, and larceny. TrinI date: Aug. 26. -Ramaro Theodore Scoll, 23, of Cleveland was arrested Aug. 8 for no operators license, resist­ ing, delaying, obstructing, and left of center. Trial date: Sept. 3. L a n d T r a n s f e r s The following land transfers were filed wilh the Davie Reg­ ister of Deeds, listed by parties involved, acreage, township and deed stamps purchased, with $2 tepieseming $ 1,000. • lames B; Icikrd and Cynthln Icnrd to James Eilwavd Anderson und Beth Ann Anderson, .46 acrc, Mocksville, $244. - Mitch Lowery Construction to Chadwick Zulegcr and Courtney Daniels Zulegcr. I lot. Farmington, $577. - Kenneth D. and Cynthia D. Durham to Donald Rny nnd Olenda Rayc Obemieicr. 1 lot. Mocksville. $286. - DRW Properties lo Greg A. Parrish doing business as Greg Parrish Builders, 1 lol. Mocks- ville, $28. - Dennis Cudd to Christopher M. Robinson and Katy M. Robinson. 1 lot. Jerusalem, $170. - Ruth S. Angell to Rebecca Lee Angell Alien, Hannah Louise Allen and Amelia Caro­ lina Allen. .4 acre. Jerusalem. - Ricky Dean Thomas and Wanda R. Thomas to Ricky Dean Thomas. .54 acre. Mocks­ villc. - D.tvid W. Neill, substitute trustee, lo Wells Fargo Bunk Minnesotn, 1 lot, Mocksvillc, $112. - Lucilie M. Levnn to Charies Richnrd Lee Jr. and Lynne Yarborough Lee, I tract. Caiahain, $116. - Craig Carter Builder to Stephen J. Gifford and Lisa K. Gifford. 1 lot. $593. -William Kemp and Mildred Kemp to Key Street Associates. I lot. Mocksville. - Bemlcc G. McCoy and Rex McCoy to Tony Rny Parsons. 2 tracts. Cnlnhnhi. - Deurdrin J. Wnlkins nnd Marty Wntkins 'to Ruth E. Johnson. 16.02 ucres. Cniahnln. - Willinm Bruce Bniley, ex­ ecutor of cstnte of Jacqueline J. Bailey to Rim B. Hales, trustee under Ihc will of Jacqueline J. Bniley, 2 tracts. Famiingion. - Joseph C. Harris nnd Debornh J. Hurris lo Pniricia Kellnr, 3 tracts, Mocksville. $132. - Joe Edward Johnson and Carolyn C. Johnson to Thomas Aaron Johnson nnd Terri Norman Johnson, .9 acre, Farm­ ington. - Leonard 0. Johnson Jr. to Cheryl S. Lambert, 1 condo­ minium, Farminglon, $270. - Eugene D. Genrrcn. D.C. Lawrence nnd Patty Sue Lawrence, nnd Raymond J. Markland and Ruth S. Markland to M. Alton Fleming nnd Tammy Fleming. I lol. $56. - Vernon J. Smiley and Sumnntha M. Smiley. Jefferson W. Smiley and Michelle Smiley to Samantha M, Smiley. I tract. - Lucille M. Levan to Warden Inc., I tract. Cninhaln. $258. - San Filippo Construction to Jnson Myrick nnd Rhondn Myrick, I lot. Mocksville. $318. - Ariiss R. Doub (hulf inter­ est) to Nnncy S. Doub. 1 lot. Shady Grove. - Nancy S. Doub to John A. Kenton. 1 lol. Shady Grove. $31. - Eagle Developing Co. to Benedetto Christopher Munnino nnd Angela Kay Mannino. I lol. Farmington. $1.138. - John O. Gobble and Marsha Gobble to Randall S. Moorcfield nnd Toni C, Moorefield. 2.29 ucres. Clurksvillc. $280. - Donnld Vance Wnlser and Elizabelh Smith Wnlser to George Briton Warwick and Sandra Tnlberi Warwick. 1 lot, Shady Grove. $136. - Duvid W. Neill, substitute H i g h w a y P a t r o l The following traffic wrecks in Dnvie County were listed by Ihc N.C. Highway Palrol. Wrcck On N.C, 801 A Davic man was charged with failure to curry license afler he wrecked Ihc vchicle he wns driving Aug. 2 at 5 p.m. Duane Charles Knlic of 334 River Road. Advance was driving a 1989 Toyota pickup north on N.C. 801 when he stated his vehicle's power cut off. Knlic nllcmplcd to drive llie truck off the rond lo Ihe righl bul il slid down the hunk and slruck a fence, reported Trooper A.J. Farmer. Cnrs Collide On 801 A woman was chargcd with unsafe moveinent after the ve­ hicle .she was driving hil anolhcr Aug. 3 at 2:45 p.m. Lorie Ruff Senmon of Woodleuf wns wniting to drive her 1988 Chevrolet pick-up onlo N.C. 801 from u public drive. DunicI Kuymond Brake of 225 E. Maple Ave.. Mocksville wns driving north on 801 in his 1986 Ford. Seamon failed to sec before starting und her truck collided with Brnkc's vchiclc. reported Trooper A.A. Justice. Accident On Cuna Roud A Forsyth man wus churged with fuilure 10 secure load after an accidcnt on Aug. 4 at 7:58 a.m. Harold Lewis Vannoy of Win- ston'Snlem wns driving u 1988 truck wcsl on N.C. 801. As Vannoy lumed the vchicle right onto Cana Road a truc-louder fell from Ihe trailer, traveled across Ihc road, and struck a slop sign, reported Trooper L.J. Staley, Trnclor-Trnllcr Wrccks A Rownn County mun wns chnrgcd with fuilure lo reduce speed afler he wrecked the ve­ hicle he was driving Aug. 5 al 12:47 p.m. Otis Eugene West Jr. of Salisbury was driving a 1994 Peterbill tractor-trailer west on U.S. 64. Wcsl wns unable to slow in lime for traffic nhead nnd drove the Iruelor-lruilcr off the right side of Ihe road lo avoid hilling another vehicle. West's vehicle collided wilh a ditch and jack-knifed, reported Trooper L.J. Staley Jr. Collision On Gladstone Koad A mnn was charged wilh left of ccnler nfler the vehicle he wns driving hil nnolher Aug. 6 nt 12:50 p.m. David Estuardo Hernandez of 256 Gludsione Rond. Mocksville wns driving a 1995 Dodge we.st on Gladstone Road and went left of ccnler. Tony Curtis Amcrmun of Hope Mills was driving his 2002 Chevrolet pickup enst on Gladstone when Hemundez's ve­ hicle collided with his, reported Trooper F.C. Ferguson. Driver Slung By Hornet Wrccks No churgcs were filed nftcr un nccident on Aug. 6 at 8:50 n.m, Christopher Lee Blunkall of 261 Myers Rond, Mocksville wns driving a 1980 Ford south on Underpass Road when a hornet flew into the open driver's side window and slung him. Blunkall losl control of Ihe vehicle, drove il off Ihe road lo Ihe left, and col­ lided with some trees, reported Trooper F.C. Ferguson. Accident On Interstate No chargcs were filed after a collision on Aug. 7. James Jamui Scott of Stoicsville was driving a 1999 Honda vehicle west on 1-40. Julia Frazier Pcrkey of Lcnior was also traveling west on MO in her 1999 Chevrolet vehicle. As Perkey's vehicle was passing Scott's, Scott changed lanes and his vchiclc collided with Perkey's, Trooper L.J, Staley Jr, re­ ported the accident occurred ut approximately 7:01 p,m, nnd there were no injuries. One Deer Hit In Davle One deer was hit by automo­ bile in the counly lasl week. In Ihe following nccident no injury to the driver wus reported: Jacqueline Cook Mock of 176 F i r e s Duvie County fire depart­ ments responded to Ihe follow­ ing culls: Aug, 4: Farmington, 8:13 a.m.. Canu Road, automobile accident; William R. Davie as­ sisted; Fork, 5:46 p.m., U.S. 64 und Fork Church Roud, automo­ bile accidenl: Jerusalem. 2:35 p.m., Greasy Comer, automo­ bile accident; Smith Grove, 7:35 p.m., U.S. 158, grass fire. Aug. 6: Fannington, 12:55 M o c k s v i l l e P o l i c e C o o l e e n m e e P o l i c e The following are from Cool­ eemee Police reports. - Angelu "Red" Heilig, 37, wns chnrgcd Aug. 4 wilh misde­ meanor larceny und simple as­ sault. Trial dale: Scpl. 2, - It was reported July 28 thnt dogs were running at large 'off N,C, 801 Soulh, - It wns repoiicd July 29 and on Aug. 5 that a dog was loose at RiverPark. ; The larccny of a pressufb washer from a residence on Ccn­ lcr Sireel was reported Aug. 3. - Tlic plate glass window to a business off Marginal Street was’broken, it was reported July . 29. - An employee was threat­ ened at a business on N.C, 801 South, it was reported July 28, - Concrete was thrown through wiiidows nt Cooleemee Elemcntnry School, It wns re­ ported July 26, The following incidents were reported to the Mocksville Po­ lice Department, - Tires to a vehicle on Enter­ prise Way were cut. it was re­ ported Aug, 2, -The larceny of n licensc tnge from a vehicle off Rolling Hills Lane was reported Aug, 4, -The larceny of n 1996 Mer­ cury from a parking lot off Yadkinviile Road wns reported Aug, 3. . - The Inrceny of $7 worth of molor fuel from Fast Truck. Yndkinvilie Roud. wns rcportd Aug. 4. - A door hnd been kicked in at the Scottish Inn. Yndkinvilie Road, it was reponed Aug. 5. - The Inrccny of yard sale items from n cnrport on Summit Drive wns reported Aug. 6. - The Inrceny of money nnd personul items from a pocket- book nl Mocksville Elementury School wus reported Aug. 6. -The Inrceny of $23.99 worth of gns from Horn’s Express No, I. Snlisbury Street, wns reported Aug, 7. - The larceny of a license tnge from a vehicle pnrked off Yadkinviile Roud was reported Aug. 4. Arrcst.s -Christopher Allen Deel. 18. of Cedar Bluff. Vn.. wns churged Aug. 2 with obstructing und de- Inying un office! und possession of drug purnphcmalin. TrinI dnte; Aug. 26. ^ ■ Joshuu Willinm Reinsvold. 16. of 207 Long Meudow Roud. wns charged Aug, 8 with larceny by employee, TrinI dnte; Aug, 26, - Chrisiinn Mnric Bridgmun, 19, of 2248 U.S, 601 S„ was churged Aug, 6 wilh larceny, Triifl dnte; Sept. 9 < trustee to Wnehovin Bank of Delaware, 1 lot. Shady Grove. $1^8. - Stacy West and Stephanie West lo Herbert Flora III, 1 lot, Jerusalem, $252, - W, Wayne Frye Orgnnlzn- ^ tion to John E, Phillips and t Debra A, West. 1 lot, Farming­ ton, $960, - Bert Michael Tribble and Sheila Tribble lo Aniln B, Sill lind Wesley Thompson. I lot. Cninhaln. $138, - Lucille M, Levan lo Joel Bradley Anderson nnd Christy Fnin Anderson, 2 tracts, Cniuhuin, $402, - Elhel Pruitt lo Slnnley L, Pniilt nnd Founlnin V, Pruitt. 1 tract, Jerusalem. Greystone Way. Advance was driving her 1999 Kia vehicle south on N.C. 801 when it struck a deer in the roadway. Trooper L.J. Staley Jr. re­ ported the nccident occurred nt approximately 12:30 a.m. p.m., DuichmanTrail, smoke in­ vestigation; Smith Grove as­ sisted, Aug, 7: Advance. 1 l;29a,m„ River Roud. fire alann; Smith Grove assisted; Mocksville. 12 p,m., Northridge Court, fire alarm; Smith Grove nssijited. Aug. 9j Smith Grove, Cornalzer-Dulin, 7:24 a.m.. Bal­ timore Roud. uulomobilc ucci- dent; Mocksvillc. 9:41 a.m.. S, Main St.. sinoke investigation. - Fernando Alejandro Sanchez. 42. of Stntesville, wus charged Aug. 6 wilh driving while license revoked. Trial date; Sept. 3. ■Ti'afflc Accldcnts - Two vehicles collided as Ihey were enlering and leaving n pnrking lot off Enst Lexington Rond at 4; 10 p.m. Aug. 6. Mandy Lucinda Bledsoe. 20. of 571 Howardtown Rond, wns driving a 1997 Pontiac and Billie Wulkcr Clodfclter. 56. of Lex­ ington, was driving u 1996 Toyota, reported Officer J,D, Finney, DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2004 - 7 An Open Letter to Residents of the Fifth Congressional District Make no bones about it: llte facts matter! Dear Fifth District Resident; ^yorte who has been folio,wing the Fifth District Congressional race knows that my opponent, Vernon Kobinspn, has a lot of opinions. Lately, many of his opinions have been about me. I wish I didn't have to spend va uaole campaign resources to refute these claims and could instead focus on talking about the issues, owever, I caimot let these charges go unanswered. It is my hope that in responding my opponent's "opinions," Wl clarify any questions you may have while giving you insight into my record and my qualifications to serve you in Congress, ^ j / i Below are some of the more common claims n\y opponent makes about me. Beside each of these claims are facts iront my record. As a voter, you have the right to know the truth before you head into the voting booth. In the commg days, you wil! likely hear more of my opponent's negative "opinions" about me. Chances are that I won t be able to respond to all of them before the election, I have to count on you to remember that behind every Vernon Robinson Opinion is a fact, I hope you will share the information below with your friends, family and neighbors, ’ Feel free to contact me personally with any questions, 1 can be reached via email at virginiafoxx®charter,net or at home at (828) 963-5829, Save this number in case I can be of assistance to you in the future. Also, be sure to vote tn the runoff election on Tuesday, August 17th, With your support, I can go to work for you in Congress! Sincerely, Senator Virginia Foxx V e r n o n R o b i n s o n ' s O p i n i o n s v s . T h e F a c t s iS ts - G e n e n I AÏrmhTv'IimSc area. If elected, she would be as liberal as most of the Democrats in Congress, durinVSe msMO i l Z J ^nd most conservaltve volmg record in the stnte Senate based on the number of times I voted with other Republicans during the past 10 years. I have been elected as a Republican to the Senate five times in a row and have never lost a Republican primary election. Surely, if I were really a liberal as my opponent claims the conservative volets in my Senate district would have voted me out of office by now. F X >■ :>uruy, it i were realty a imerai Vemon Robinson Opinion; Virginia Foxx supports racial and gender quotas. The facts: I have never supported racial or gender quotas and have never voted for legislation that requires them, ^ m o n RoWnson Opinion: Virginia Foxx has voted to give in-state tuition to "foreign alien students" at North Carolina colleges and universities, Nbrth C n r S °’'noHnp^^Tirmf °/ provision Vemon refers to granted in-state tuition to legal residents ofNorm Carolina - not illegal imm grants. These foreign aliens pay taxes, serve in the military and often work as teaching assistants at our state's colleges and universities. I com­ pletely oppose giving any benefits to Ukgal immigrants and sponsored a bill in the Senate to keep Illegal immigrants from collecting welfare and other social service benefits. Vernon Robinson Opinion: Virginia Foxx took a contribution from a gay-rights group and supports the gay agenda. HkG ' ‘’f® “''*;'' «"solicited contributions from an NC-based gay rights group. My philosophy on this has always been like Ronald Reagan s. when people give money to your campaign, they accept your agenda, you don't accept theirs. He was right - after they saw my voting record, the never gave to my campaign again. j j a » Vernon Robinson Opinion: Virginia Foxx voted for special rights for Itomosexuals and has publicly supported the adoption of children by homosexuals. The facts: I h.ye never voted for special rights for homosexuals. The bill Vernon refers to for this opinion (S.B, 547, Session 2001) contains no reference whatsoever to homosexu­ als and passed the Senate unanimously. Additionally, I have never publicly or privately supported the adoption of children by homosexuals. On a Christian Coalition survey 10 years ago, I stated that I was personally opposed to homosexuals adopting children but as an elected official would be sworn to uphold state laws In place at the time. These laws did not ban homosexuals from adopting children. Vemon Robinson Opinion: Virginia Foxx is pro-abortion. The facts: Ridiculous, In fact, I have sponsored some of the most significant pro-life legislation In state history including a ban on partial-birth abortion, the Woman's Right to Know Act and a bill to protect hpalth-care providers from criminal prosecution foi;refusing to perform abortions. Additionally, 1 have been repeatedly endorsed by N.C, Right to Life and am the only candidate in this race backed by a national pro-life organization, the Susan B, Anthony List. ' Vemon Robinson Opinion: Virginia Foxx voted to require employers, including the Catholic Church, to provide health insurance that includes coverace for contraceptive drucs including RU-486 (the "abortion pill") and "Proven" (the "morning after pill") The facts: Absolutely false. This bill (S.B, 90, Session 1999) clearly exempts "religious employers" such as tlie Catholic Church from covering any contraceptive drugs in their health Insurance plans. Additionally, the bill clearly states that the abortion drugs, "RU-486," "Previn" and similar products are not covered. Either my opponent has severe prob­ lems reading and comprehending language in bills or he is making this claim to purposefully mislead voters about my record, Vernon Robinson Opinion: Virginia Foxx is a "feminist" who supported Teddy Kennedy's Equal Rights Amendment and was a paid organizer for it. The facts: I supported the same ERA that was a part of the Republican Party platform for many years, Tiie issue was equal work for equal pay, I was never paid by anyone to organize anything for the ERA, Vemon Robinson Opinion: Virginia Foxx is anti-Second Amendment, The facts: I have always strongly supported the Second Amendment and sponsored the N.C. Concealed Weapons Law in the Senate, I am a proud member of the NRA and received an "A+" approval rating from them, 1 have also been endorsed by Grass Roots North Carolina, a pro-gun lobbying group, Vernon Robinson Opinion: Virginia Foxx received a 100 percent approval rating from the ACLU one year and agrees with the ACLU's positions. The facts: This rating was the result of a "yes" vote on four different bills that were common-sense civil liberties issues and were widely supported. That same year, nearly every Republican in the Senate received at least a 75 percent approval rating from the ACLU. I have always been a staunch protector of our constitutional civil liberties/however, I oppose the vast majority of the positions the ACLU has taken in the past, especially their assault on religious liberty. Vernon Robinson Opinion: Virginia Foxx has voted to raise taxes over 100 times and has been by sanctioned by Americans for Tax Reform for breaking a pledge she made not to raise taxes. The facts: In the nearly 20,000 votes I have cast in the state Senate, 1 have voted against every budgpl thnt raises taxes and have voted for every stntewide tax cut. However, I have voted to allow kial officials the cptism to raise laxes, supported federal and state fee alignment for simplification purposes, and have voted tp approve specific groups' requests to raise fees on themselves, I believe that if local governments or the leadership of specific groups request urmecessary tax or fee increases, their constituents will vote them out of office. As a matter of philosophy, I do not support the growth of government through higher taxes, I have never broken a no-tax-increase pledge and Americans for Tax Reform has never criticized my voting record. In fact, the group has repeatedly praised my work in the General Assembly. Vernon Robinson Opinion; Virginia Foxx has been charged with violating campaign laws by the State Board of Elections. The facts; I have never been charged with violating any campaign laws. Anyone may view my records online at http://www,sboe,state,nc,us or may call the State Board of Election with any questions at (919) 733-7173,1 also encourage you to view Vernon Robinson's campaign finance records online or inquire about tliem by calling the number list­ ed above, Vernon Robinson Opinion: Virginia Foxx served in the administrations of President Jimmy Carter and Governor Jim Hunt and has not held positions in Republican administra­ tions. The facts: I never served in the Carter or Hunt administrations, 1 was appointed by President Carter and confirmed by the U,S, Senate to fill a Republican seat on a bi-partisan education commission. This appointment continued into the Reagan administration. Governor Jim Hunt appointed me to fill another Republican seat on the N.C. Partnership for . Children Board, but 1 never served in his administration. 1 am, however, proud to have served in the administration of Republican Governor Jim Martin as Deputy Secretary of the Department of Administration. Vemon Robinson Opinion: Virginia Foxx voted to require North Carolina's state troopers to keep a record of the race of every citizen pulled over. The facts: At the time this bill was introduced, there was a great deal of speculation and controversy about whether racial profiling by law enforcement was a problem in North Carolina. 1 supported this legislation td put an end to that speculation. As 1 predicted, after the statistics were released, fhe issue died because no discrimination was found. Vemon Robinson Opinion; Virginia Foxx contributed money to and served on the Board of Directors of the Center for Policy Alternatives (CPA), a far-left fringe group in Washington, DC. The facts; I hold no position in this organization whatsoever. In 2001,1 was asked by fellow legislators to attend a conference put on by the CPA and paid a $100 registradon fee. As a state Senator, 1 have attended other conferences put on by organizations with a wide range of ideological views but have never wavered in my conservative ideals. On Tuesday, August 17th, let's send someone to Congress who has a solid conservative record backed up by facts - not just a bunch of opinions. H a r d W o r k + V a l u e s + E x p e r i e n c e + H o n e s t y = C o n g r e s s w o m a n V i r g i n i a F o x x w w w .v irg in ia fo x x .c o m PA ID FOR A N D A U TH O R IZE D BY V IR G IN IA FO XX FOR CONGRESS ■-4 8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2004 ! I t ì , i \ District Attorney Garry W. Frank has appointed Wendy Joyce Terry of Davie Counly as an assistant district at­ torney. W endy Terry Is New A ssistant D A District Attorney Garry W. Frnnk tins nppointcci Davic rcsiclctil Wendy Joycc Terry iis iin ussistunt dislrict uttonicy Гог Ilie 22nd Prosecutorial District.- Terry Is n 1989 graduate of Davie High School. She ciirned n bachclor'.s degree with honors from Appalachian Slate Univer­ sity in 1993. In 1997, Terry earned u Juris Doctor from the Wake Forest University School of Law. While at Wake Foresl, she attained Ihe Order of the Barri­ ster, competed on ono of the University's National Trial teams and served on the Honor Council. After graduating from Wake Forest, Terry spent two years in a general practicc firm in Shelby, prnciiciiig primarily in the are« of family law. Afler Ihe birth of her first child, she accepted a part-time position as an instructor of paralegal studies at Davidson Cfcunty Community College. Mo.st recently, Terry spent 11 months as a temporary assistanl district attorney. Shc temporar­ ily replaced her husband who, as tt reservist in the U.S. Army, was called to active duly. Terry lives in Advance with her husband, Curllon, and their Iwo children. The 22nd Prosecutorial District is comprised of Davic. Davidson, Iredell andAlexandcr counties. “Wendy Terry has already demonstrated to me that she will be a valuable asset to the people of this district," Frank said. Ф-1 Kewaunee Sdentiflc Corporation is a recognized leader In Ihe deslun, munnfacliire, and Inslallallon oflabo- ralory and technical furniture. Hi’ are hiring fo r Ihe fullow lng open Ings al ou rfa cllily In Slalesville, NC: oration is I m oftabo- M •ing open- I E x p e d it o r / f o r k U f t D r iv e r (ESC job #N€84180401 - 2nd Shift Responsibilities; • load and unload Irucks - lifting, clamp Irucks, forklifis and liand Iriicks • Finished goods inventory tracking using compulor inlatfaco • Finished goods order picking (tom computer lists • Inventory and order oudit/verilication • Performs general rack and worohouso housekeeping activities • Additional duties os ossigned I Qualifications: • Must ba 0 certified forklift driver; sit-down/stand-up forklift experience ■ Previous distribution and warehouse experience preferred * Attention lo detail, orgonizotion ond good written and verbal communi­ cation skills ore fequired F in is h M a t e r ia i S p r a y é r ¡ESC job m C 8 4 18315) - 1st Shift Responsibilities; • Apply stoin and linol linishes to our products • Mixing and blending of stains lo meet the exacting standards of customers • Direct the spray helper ond assist in the handling of products • Additional duties os assigned Qualifications; ’ Ability to see color and make adjustments in the amount ol material applied > Ensure color uniformity on Red Cok and Maple substrotes > Ability In spray stain and olher finish materials used in the furniture industry > Experience sproying wilh Air Assist and Airless spray guns > Must pass color test administered by AKZO NOBEl C a s e F it te r (ESC job Ш С 8 4 1 8 3 3 1 )- 1st Shift Responsibilities; • Assemble cabinets, hang doors, fit drawers and guides to lull height and base unit cabinets ■ Additionol duties os ossigned Qualifications; • Must be able to read blueprints and specifications • Good carpentry skills, able lo assemble special cabinet units per drawings • Mechanical optitude In addition lo job specilic quolificallons, candidates must have: o good work history, high school diploma or GED, math skills, computer literacy, obilily to lift SOU on a regular basis, a valid driver's license, sirong work ethic, and ability to work weekends and holidays as required. Wb offer a comprehensive banefils package consisting of; medical, dental, lile Insurance, disability, relitemont savings plans and more. Qual­ ified candidates must complete on application at the ESC office. Kewaunee requires a criminol background check and drug screen. Kewaunee Is an Equal Opportunity Employer. U.S. Citizenship or Green Card required. Apply in person lo any Employntent Security Commission Oifice oi Norlh Carolina Administrative Court The following cases were dis­ posed of in Davie Administrative Court July 16. Presiding; Magis­ trate Ellen E. Drechsler. Prosecut­ ing: Kevin Beale, nssistant DA. - Christopher A. Alejo, speed­ ing 85 in a 70, reduced lo im­ proper equipmenl, $25, cost. - Leanne E. Allen, failure to yield at stopsign/flashing red light, dismissed per civil settle­ ment. - Florenlino R. Arcos, operat­ ing a vehicle wilh no insurance and driving/allowing a vehicic not registered/titled, dismissed pereorreetion. - Rufus E. Avant, speeding 83 in a 70, rcduccd to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Frankie W. Barney, failure to wear drivers seat belt, $25, cost; failure lo display regislralion,dis­ missed per correction. - Mark L. Beck, failure to wear drivers scat belt, $25, cost; nctitlous/conccaled/revokcd reg­ islralion cnrd/lag, dismissed per correction. - Bradley L. Brown„speeding 70 in a 55, rcduced to improper equipment, $25, cost; expircd/no inspection sticker, dismissed per plea. - Alan E. Byerly, failure lo stop for stopsign/steady red light, rcduced lo improper eciuipment, $25, cost. - Preston Byerly, opcrotlng a vehicic with no insurance, dis­ missed per correction. - Shelly D. Canady, speeding 84 in a 70, rcduced to improper equipment, $25, cost; cxpired^o inspection slicker, dismissed per correction. - Rodney L. Couch, improper passing, rcduccd to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Billy M. Craver, improper passing, reduccd to improper equipment, $25, co.st. . - Stephen J. Crull, speeding 81 In a 70, rcduccd to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Billy R. Driver, speeding 69 in a 55. rcduccd to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Dale T. Blbertaon, failure to rcduce speed,dismissed pcrcivil settlement. - Veronica A. Encizo, licensc nol in possession, dismissed per correction. - Angela G. Ferree, speeding 80 in a 70, reduccd lo improper equipmenl, $25, cost. - James T Fine, expired reg­ istration card/tag, dismissed per correction. - Pablo C. Flores, no operators liccnsc, $50, cost. - Yvette M. Foggle, speeding 90 in a 70, rcduced lo 74 in a 70, cost. - Andres Fuentes, failure to wear drivers scat belt, $25, cost. - Adam P. Georgia, speeding 83 in a 70, reduccd to 74 In a 70, cost. - Travis W. Gordon, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Joanne M. Griffin, speeding 62 in a 40, reduced to 49 in a 40, $10, cost. - Bethany P. Hahn, speeding 69 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Mark A. Harper,’ unsafe movement and failure lo rcduce speed, dismissed per civil settle­ ment. - Michael A. Hart, speeding 71 in 0 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Fred L. Hortllne, speeding 52 In a 35, reduced to Improper equipment, $50, cost. - Jeremy J. Hennessey, speed­ ing 84 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $10, cost. - David J. Hilton, failure lo wear drivers seat belt, $25, cost; unsafe tires and expircd/no in­ spection slicker, dismissed per correction. - Christopher R. Hughes, no operators liccnsc and driving/al­ lowing a vehicle not registered/ titled, dismissed per correction; failure to wear drivers seat belt, $25, cost. - Joseph N. Hymiller, dis­ missed per civil selllemenl. - Reuben J. Ijames, speeding 70 in a 55, reduccd to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Fred S. Ireland, failure lo wear drivers seat bell, dismissed in Ihe interest of justice: no op­ erators license, dismissed per cor­ rection. - Phyllis L. Jackson, failure to stop for,stopsign/flashing red light, ix:duced to improper equip-- ment, $25, cost, • Zcnobla R. Jackson, expired/ no inspection sticker, dismissed per correction. - David A. Jefferson, reckless driving to endanger, dismissed pcrcivil settlement. - Gregory T. Johnson, failure to weor drivers scat bell, $25, cost; expired/no inspection sticker, dismissed per correction. - William A. Jones, exceeding safe speed, dismissed per civil settlement. - Bruce R. Kain, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced lo improper equipment, $50, cost; following too closely, dismissed per plea. - Addle 0. Keeton, speeding 51 in a 35, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Kyle A. Kiser, failure to re­ duce speed, dismissed per civil settlement. - Anna K. Krauss, exceeding safe speed, dismissed per civil settlement. - Robert L. Lyle Jr., speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Fredy E. Marquez, driving/ allowing vehicle nol registered/ tilled, dismissed per correclion. - John C. Marshall, cxcecding posted speed, rcduccd to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. - Ronald W. McDanlcI, ex­ pired registration card/tag, dis­ missed per correction; improper towing, dismissed per civil settle­ ment. - Robert S. Medley, speeding 89 in a 70, rcduced lo 74 in a 70, $5, cost. - Thomos M. Miller, failure lo wear drivers seal belt, $25, cost; expired registration card/tag, dis­ missed per correction. - Derek L. Morgan, speeding 50 in a 35, reduccd to improper equipmenl, .$25, cost. - Dennis O. Moss, speeding 84 in a 70, rcduccd to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Carl B. Nagle, speeding 54 in a 35, rcduced to improper equipment, $75, cost. - Suzanne A. Nestor, speeding 60 in a 45, reduced to improper equlpmepl, $25, cost. - Darrell D, Parks, fictitious/ concealed/revoked registration card/tag, dismissed per correc­ tion. ■ - Roy L. Pelole, explred/no In­ spection sticker, dismissed per correction. - Roger D. Pitts, speeding 83 in a 70, rcduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Michelle K. Prate, speeding 68 in a 55, reduccd lo improper equipment, $25, cost; failure lo wear drivers seat belt, dismissed per plea. - James M. Rebbe, unsafe movement, dismissed per correc­ tion. - Robert L. Royall Jr., failure lo wear drivers seal belt, dis­ missed; speeding 68 In a 55, re­ duced to Imprdper equipment, $25, cost. - Anna C. Ruckman, expired/ no Inspeclion sticker, dismissed per correclion. - Richard E. Singelstad, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $10, cost; license not in possession, dismissed per plea. - Franklin D. Snyder, driving/ allowing vehicle nol registered/ titled, dismissed per correction. - Tammy A. Spaugh, expired registration card/lag and operat­ ing a vehicle with no insurance, dismissed per correction; failure lo wear drivers seal bell, $25, cost; failure to sccure, passenger under 16, dismissed per pleu. - Stephanie M. Speara, driv­ ing wilh license revoked, posses­ sion/display of allered/rictltous/ revoked drivers license, expired regislralion card/tag, dismissed per correclion. - Carolyn L. Starnes, speeding 60 In a 45, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Jimmy D. SwaiiTi, speeding 60 in a 45, reduced to Improper equipment, $25, cost; expired registration card/tag, dismissed per correction. - Jeremy T. Thacker, speeding 75 in a 55, reduMd to 64 In a 55, $10, cost; explrcd/no inspection sticker,dismissed pereorreetion. - Matthew S.T\icker,expired/ no inspeclion slicker, dismissed pereorreetion. - John F. Underwood, failure to wear drivers seat bell, $25, cost; explrcd/no inspection sticker, dismissed per correction. - Carl K. 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It’s one of the most - if nol the most - difricult roads Davie has ever faced. The Wnr Eagles will likely be an underdog just once in the regular season - in a home noncon- ferencc game against Cresl - but they can’t count on winning any game by jusl showing up. “A lot of lltc seniors were comment­ ing about (Calawba tenm) camp being tougher than Il’s ever been," Coach Doug Illing said. “We reminded them we’ve probably got the toughest sched­ ule ever at Davie, wllh high expectations regardless of who we’re playing. We’ve gol lo prepare for some lough situations, so we’ve got to practice a lillie harder and work a little harder." The 11-game schedule, slarting at home Aug. 20, features eight teams lhal posted winning records in 2003. The ex­ ceptions are Northwest Guilford, North Forsyth and Reynolds, but even those aren’t breathers. After all, NW Guilford won three of five Metro 4-A Conference games last year, North Forsyth edged Davie and Davie needed a dramatic late drive lo slip pust Reynolds. Tlie nonconfercnce lineup, with 2003 - .J. ___________ \ Í)- Ih- I -lä' Ashley Davidson makes a pass. - Photos by James Barringer Volleyball Team Has Talent To Challenge For Supremacy Karen Stephens has coached varsity volleyball for 16 years, and 16 times her teams liave finished first or second in the conference. So as Stephens heads Inlo her second year at Davie High, il has to be assumed lhal the Wur Eagles v/lll simply reload in 2004 and will find a way to contend for their third Central Pie'dmont Conference championship in four years. "1 Ihink we’re going lo be quicker than we’ve been,” Stephens suid as Davic prepares for the season-opening CPC-Melro Challenge al West Fonsyih on Aug. 17-19. “The talent level is good, and I Ihink we’ve got a good chance." With four of six starters returning, Stephens has a strong nucleus coming off a year in which Davic finished 13- 11 overall, 5-3 in the CPC and beat Grimsley for Ihe school’s- first-ever postseason viclory after 11 first-round exits. The returning starters nre seniors Ashley Cornatzer, Nicole Maready and Erin Whitaker and junior Ashley David­ son. Junior Carly Booth, Duvidson, Maready, Whilaker und freshman Jamie Stancliff give Davie a nice supply of hit­ ting power. But Cornatzer figures to play one of the biggest roles. “I’m going lo depend a lot on Comatzer," Stephens said. "She can do every skill. She can pluy the back row Please See Volleyball - Page HIO Core Of Last Year’s Team Is I Back To Restore Davie Soccer records; NW Guilford (5-7, 3-2 Metro 4-A), West Rowan (7-5,5-2 North Pied- moni 3-A), Cresl (12-3,6-0 Southwest­ ern Foothills 3-A), Mooresville (9-4,6- I North Piedmont 3-A), Statesville (8- 5, 5-2 Norlh Piedmonl 3-A), Freedom (7-4,4-2 Northwestern 4-A) and North Forsyth (5-6,2-3 Metro 4-A). The Central Piedmont 4-A Confer­ ence lineup: West Forsyth (11-3, 3-1), South Rowan (7-6, 2-2), Reynolds (3- 8,0-4) and North Davidson (10-3,2-2). New faces NW Guilford and Crest replaced Alexander Central (4-7) and Lake Norman (3-9). The 2003 records of the 2004 opponents nre a combined 84-54. Furthermore, West Rowan has put up five straight winning records; Crest is Ihe defending 3-AA chnmpions; Freedom Is ranked No. 9 in the pre- season 4-A poll and returns 1,100-yard rusher Trey Hennessee; North Forsyth returns 6-3,225-pound Cedric Hickman, who rushed for 1,645 yards last year, including 252 vs. Davie; and Davie has lost 13 of Ihe Iasi 16 against West Forsyth, Oh by the way, Mooresville is celebrating ihe retum of E.J. Wilson, who was academically Ineligible lust year after rushing for 72 yards on seven carries in a 2002 thrashing of Duvie and handing the Cooleemee boys Ihcir first- ever loss - a span of seven years - as JV freshmen in 2001. Bul while there’s no sure wins in Ihere, there’s no sure losses either. "We’re excitcd aboul the challenge of playing stiff competition. The kids are very upbeat and energetic," Illing sold, “You like having a breather sometimes to take some of Ihe pressure off. But it should be a lol of fun, and it should bring the kids’ motivation level up every week." Senior leaders D.J. Rice and Ryan Boehm vow to take things one step ut a time. They know they can’t have any clunkers. "I Ihink we’re up to it," linebacker Rice said. "I like it because it’s going to help us in the long run. We’re going to have to come oul ready to play." "The Alexander Centrals and Luke Nomiuns, we were expcctcd to win and wc inuy not liovc hud that great a week Please See Team - Page B9 Lankford In PGA Event For 7th Time Jeff Lankford finished llth in Ihc Club Pro Championship lo land one of 25 spots in Ihis week’s PGA Champi­ onship In Wisconsin. What’s new. Anyone who has played golf knows that qualifying for one of the PGA Tour’s Major tournaments is a remark­ able achievement. Reaching the PGA Championship for the seventh lime in eight years - us Lankford hus done - is off-the-charts remarkable. But has Ihc best yet to come? About the only thing tlie former N.C, Stnte All- American and 1988 PGA Tour mem­ ber hasn’t done In his career is make the cul In the PGA Championship, and he’ll seek Ihul crowning moment Thurs­ day and Friday at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wis. And this-could very well be his last chance. Word has spread that Ihls might be Ihe lust year Ihut club pros get 25 spots. The door might close to 15, or even 10, spots, and it will be Increas­ ingly difficult for Lankford lo remain one of Ihe country’s top club pros since he’s devoting less lime lo golf and more time to family. Jeff and wife Angela’s three children are ages 5,7 and 9. “I haven’t played hardly any golf since the CPC (in late June)," said Ihc Hickory Hill touching pro. "We've been busy shuffling the kids to their differ­ ent sports. I don’t play as itiuch as I used lo beiiause tho kids are really tho prior­ ity for us right now." Making Ihc cut agulnst tho strongest field Ihe sport has to offer Is Improb­ able; But no matter what happens, Lankford will have another memory lo chcrish. "Every year that I’ve played In the PGA, It’s been tho ultimate experience," said the modest Lankford, who only tulks aboul his golf when a.sked. “And Ihis could be my last chance to make Ihc cul. So if I did tliat, it would defi­ nitely be one of the biggest thrills of my career." Notc,s: In last yeur’.s PGA Champi­ onship at Oak Hill Counlry Club in Rochester, N.Y., Lankford shot 78-72. ... He played Whistling Straits, which bordbrs Lake Michlgun. in tho 1999 CPC. It played 7,200 yards then, but it’s expecled lo cover 7,400 this week. The course is so lougli Il’s possible lo lose your ball when il leaves the fairway. There arc blind shols and the wind usu- i\lly blows nonstop. “1 remember buck in '99, you hud to keep it In the fairway or you were in serious trouble," he said. “If the wind is howling, it will be inter­ esting to see whut the PGA Tour play­ ers will say ttboui U." <Freshman Gem Riddle Wastes No Time Winning Over ASU Coach By Brian puts Davic Counly Enterprise Record As a tnie freshman who has yet lo play his first snap in college football, Billy Riddle arrived at Appalachian State University as an unknown. Even so, it sure didn’t lake the Mountaineers’ coach long to leam a lot about the new­ comer from Mocksville. "You don’t have enough time for me to lalk about him. You don’t have 'enough ink, I could talk all day aboul him," Coach Jerry Moore said Friday from Boone, Riddle - who made 165 tockles, four interceptions und countless bone- crunching hits at free safety to lead last year’s Davie leam to a share of the Cen­ tral Piedmont Conference champion­ ship, nine wins and the state 4-A quarterfinals - has Ihe Division I-AA Southern Conference’s all-time winnlngest coach excited because he wasted no time displaying the qualities that made him one of the mosl spccial players in Davlc history. He’s a gem of a player and an even better person. He carries a mature disposition, he’s a tire­ less worker, and It’s exceedingly rare to find a player who combines all the in­ tangibles with tools lo match Ihem on the field. "Wc think' the worid of him," Moore said of Ihe sirong .mfely. "Whal a great, great, work ethic. What a greal kid nnd great family. Then on lop of that, he’s on exceptionally good player. That’s the kind of guys you win with. When you put It all together like that, when you find people like him, you’ve got a chance.” , When Moore met Riddle for the first time last winter, Riddle was bummed ■ oul over the way some Division I-A pro­ grams - like Wake Forest und CIcmson - showed serious recruiting interest and then disappeared. At thal lime, it looked like Riddle’s best option would be to walk on at App. Moore promised Davie conch Doug Illing and pnrenis Stan and Cmhy Riddle he would do everything possible lo give him a full ride. Riddle has a full ride and Moore couldn’t be more pleased that the Wake Forests and Clemsons left him on the table. "Eariy on it was n numbers thing, and he wus going to walk on," Moore said. “The greatest thing about that is he never batted an eye. He didn’t carc. This is where he wanted to come to school." When Moore was nsked if he got a steal, he saitl: "There's no tiucslion In our mind about that. Wc think lie's a! heckuva player. Wo don’t hnve any res- : crvalions about him." Beforo practice even started. Riddle had made a ease to play on every spe­ cial teams. “Wc were looking at special teams loday in a meellng, and his name kept coming up," Moore said. "We talked about kickoff coverage, kickoff retum, punt coventge, everything, and his name; kept coming up. So he’s going to be right in the thick of it righl from Ihe begin­ ning." Although Riddle’s frc.shman game action will likely be limited lo special teams, you never know how things could evolve. Take, for example, sopho- inore defensive back Corey Lynch. "Lynch was a (true) freshman lust year at ihis lime and no one knew his nume," Moore said. "And he was run­ ner-up for Freshman Player of the Year In the league (after loading the confer­ ence with six interception.s). So you never know." Notes: Tlie 5-10,215-pound Riddle will wear No. 25,... App St. is a model pro­ gram under the ISth-ycur coach. Along wilh being No. 1 in Southern Please See Kiddle - Page H9 With a clean slate and a new season Ibefore them, Davie High’s boys soccer |playcrs arc an optimistic bunch. How |c()uld that be after enduring Ihe bumpi- |est ride in history Iasi year? Seven of 11 starters are buck, as well as two more who played big minutes down the stretch. Even though Davie Boesn’t have the type c^' weapons that yill overwhelm anybody, there’s muny iolid, dependable players. That’s why |ccond-yeur coach Jeremy Byrd senses bat last year’s futility will not renr its |gly head this fall. "I’m very optimistic aboul Ihe con- ^rence anil very optimistic about our ason as a whole," Byrd said. "1 think |ese guys have a ton of potenlial.” S A week of cump at High Point Uni- versity demonstrated signs of progress, foremost among them a 0-0 lie againsi an English leam Ihnt resides 70 miles from London. “We had all but two varsity players there, and 1 don't know the last lime that happened," Byrd said. "We had a really good week.” Nine of 19 players are vursity-seu- soned, including seniors Dylan Reynolds, Lucas Bogtjr, I larrison Judd, David Mcllwain, Mike Paoni, Josh PurrI.sh and David Slein und sophomores Chris Wanluck and Tyler Bully. The rest of the rosier; Senior Justin Schultz; jun­ iors Jnson Bowles, Brook I Unman, Jake Lloyd, Nick Tucker, Danny Smilh, Please Sec Can • Page H6 Coach Jeromy Byrd puts his Davie soccer players through a dribbling drill. В2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday,Лиц. 12,2004 Logam Sessoms and Cade Carney eat some of the cold stuff. Members of the Bermuda Run swim leam, from left: row 1 - Zac Weakland, Logan Sessoms, Nick Castellano, Bond Craver, Cade Carney, Chelsea Sawyer, Jennifer Collins, Kacie Hatherlee, Hampton Hynes and Evan Dowell; row 2 - Kelsie Hatherlee, Morgan Sessoms, Hannah Craver, Kerry Eagan, Chris Eagan, Jonah Womble, Ivey Carney, Salem Carney, Lindsey Hynes, Ashley Dowell, Jessica Hynes, Christian Martin and Stewart Martin; row 3 - Natalie Castellano, Katherine Martin, Emily Shawcross, Lindy Carson, Laina Womble, Caitlin Hauser, Elizabeth Hartman, Jadd Smith, Kayla Revelie and Hannah Weakland; row 4 - Katie Carr, Ashley Sawyer, Abby Hartman, Laura Williams and Christin Howard. Good Times : B e r m u d a R u n i C e l e b r a t e s S w i m m i n g S e a s o n The Bcnnuda Run Dnrrncii- . dus cclcbralcd llicir .swim !icu.son on Saturduy niglil wilh an icc, ; crcain party nl the pool; I Coachc.s Christin Hownrd ' imd Megan McCormick thanked ; tlie team members for their “fan- ; ta.slic" effort. The following received spe­ cial honors. Emily Shuwcross received the Coach’s Award for the help ! she gave to the team thiii year. Kelsie Hatherlee and Jonah I Womble received awards for ( )- being the most improved swim- J mers. Logan Sessoms and Ivey ; Carney were voted the most i valuable swimmers. ; Katherine Marlin was the : Bermuda Run Buiracuda swlm- ; mer of the year. Jonah Womble, Laina Womble, Linday Carson and Caitlin Hauser show their awards. Katherine Martin is the swimmer of the year.Elizabeth Hartman, Emily Shawcross and Lindy Carson smile for the camera. Logan Sessoms and Ivey Carney are Bermuda Run’s most valuable swimmers. Emily Shawcross receives the Coach's Award. Laina Womble, Katherine Martin, Linday Carson, Emily Shawcross and Elizabeth Hartman enjoy ice cream. Kelsie Hatherlee and Jonah Womble are the most im­ proved swimmers. Coach Christin Howard (left) passes oul awards at the ice cream social for the Bermuda Run swim team. 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Te a m m em b ers, from left: kneeling - Ta ylo r A utry; standing, A lex M arion, Tra v o r W hite, Jeff N uckols, Ja m e s W ilson, Ty le r f\/IcKown, D avid O a kle y Jr., C a le b S te ph en so n , D aniel P eele, Z a ch Sm ith; C o a c h e s C layton P eele a n d F ra n k Autry, a n d H e a d C o a c h Larry A n de rso n . N ot pictured: Ja k e KoontH and Te rry K oontz. S a t u r d a y N i g h t Q alea open fof practice ot 6 p.m n n S T R A C E AT 6 P.M. B o w m a n G r a yWin$ton‘Sêlem Munlcl(>êl STADIUM A W is 'o W H ^ l F ^ g S n d W i n &t o n - S a l i :m J o u r n a l fânâ «dminod for $t (no e ico fl requlfed), courteiy of the Journal M odlflod, Sportsman, Street Stock and Stadium Stock racoa and a D E M O L I T I O N D E R B Y ! 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S o u t h D a v i e 7th Football Aug. 24 at Corriher-Lipe 31 vs. West Rowan Sept. 7 at Erwin 14 vs. Southeast 2 1 at North Rowan ' 28 vs, China Grove Oct. 12 at Knox 19 vs. North Davic Sth Football Aug. 25 at Corriher-Lipe Sept. 1 vs. West Rowan 8 at Erwin 15 vs. Southeast 22 at North Rownn 29 vs. China Grove Oct. 13 at Knox 20 vs. North Davic , Tennis Aug. 26 at Knox 30 nt Erwin Scpt.2 vs. Kannapolis 9 at West Rowan 13 vs. China Grove 16 vs. Corriher-Lipe 20 at Mooresville 23 vs. Southea.st 27 at North Rowan 30 vs. Knox Oct. 4 vs. Erwin 7 nt Kannapolis Volleyball Aug. 26 Downtown, Lexing­ ton at Lexington 31 Lexington, Thomasville here Sept. 2 N. Dnvie, Downtown at North 9 N. Dnvic, First A.sscmbly here 14 First Assembly, Statesville Christian at Assembly 23 Summit, Downtown nt Summit Oct.4 N. Davic,Summit liere Softball Aug. 24 vs. Knox 31 at N. Davie Sept. 2 vs. China Grove 9 nt North Rowan 14 vs._Erwin 16 vs. Southeast 21 at West Rowan 23 al Corriher-Lipe 30 nt Knox Oct. 5 vs. N. Davie N o r t h D a v i e 7th Football Aug. 24 vs. Knox Sept. 7 ut Corriher-Lipe 14vs.W. Rownn 21 at Erwin 28 vs. Soulhensl Oct. 5 nt N. Rowan 12 vs. Chinn Grove 19 at S. Davic 8th Football Aug. 25 vs. Knox. Sept. 8 at Corriher-Lipe 15 vs. W. Rowan 22 ut Erwin 29 vs. Southeast Oct. 6 atN. Rowan 13 vs. China Grove 20 at S. Davio Softball Aug. 26 at Southeast 31 vs. S'. Davic Sept. 2 vs. W. Rowan 9 at China Grove 14 vs. Corriher-Lipe 16 atN, Rowan 21 at Knox 23 vs. Erwin 28 vs. Soutlicast Oct. 5 at S, Davie Old School Davie Sports From August, 1988 • With first placc in the Ccn­ ler men’s softball league on the line. Kenny Cuthbcrson hit a two-run homer in the eighth in­ ning to give Roberson a 13-11 win over defending champion Carter Construction. Both teams finished 21 -3, but Roberson took the league title virtue of two wins over Carter. Mnxie Mejton’s three-run homer helped Carter tnke an early 8-2 lead. Kenny Faulkner’s three-run homer ignited a Roberson rnlly, und Rodney Barker put Roberson nhcad II- 10 with a two-run single. Aflcr Cnrter tied it on a solo homer by Mark Robertson, Cuthberson clinched it with a homer to deep left. For Roberson, Jimmy Hunter nnd Troy Bailey both went 4 for 5, and Jeff Barker, Rodney Barker and David Beck added three liits. Jake Cornelison led Cnrter with three hits. For Ihc senson, Jeff Bnrkcr had 25 hdmcrs nnd u .779 aver­ age. Bailoy had 22 homers and n .746 nverago. • The Mocksville-Davic Pnrks and Recrcation Department’s midget girls all- star softball team won the state champion.ship in Mooresville. Team members; Tara Green, Crystal Witherspoon, Tracie Seehrest, Beth Mull, Shelly Lusk, Kcnn Slone, Jonette Will- inrd, Angcin Brnnnon, Rocky Vestal, Tanganyka Gaither, Amanda Sigmon,Tracy Robbins and Amy Mason. 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Clulls; and sophoinoru Jnrrcll FIcharty, Byrd inherited an unenviable task in liis first year, and the in­ experienced War Eagles pluin- nicied lo new depths at 3-15-3 overall and 1-7 in the Central Piedmont Confcrcncc, They mutchccl the fewest wins ever, were otitscored 66-20, gol , blnnkctl seven times and only topped two goals once. V y/.W- Sn ejiicnslon of whal has been an unending uphill battle. The last seven years have produced six losing rccords und a .500 finish, and there's only been one winning season, 9-7-2 nnd 6-6 in the CPC in 1996. But Stein, the senior keeper, is confident that Oavie will climb back, and Ihirt il won’t get pushed around very often. "My prediction is thnt wc’ll have a whole lot better year thnn last year," he said. ”Our defense is really, renlly good. All we need to do is finish and we’ll be good. Mcllwain, Boger, Pnoni nnd Reynolds arc nil back there and ilicy help me a lot. If it weren't for them, I would be nothing." Bynl is intrigued by the po­ tential of sophomore Fleharty, “He's been playing yenr- roimd and he’s going to give us a lot of help," he saiii. "Last yenr 1 cither hnd to sncrificc defense or offense, nnd lie's going lo give a lol more flexibility, being able to use h im in Ih c b a c k at sweeper." The integral parts include Stein, Bnity and Reynolds. "We have one of the best keepers in the conference in Stein, und Schultz is a very solid keeper as well," Byrd snid. “Bn­ ity is going to lielp offensively. Lnst yenr(ns n freshman) he wus playing with guys who were double his size. But he’s grown a lol, he's conditioned i|ulte a bit nnd I’m expecting a lot from him. Reynolds Is a returner who has ' the potential to be a lol of (of­ fensive) help." Tucker, Sinith and Lloyd arc talented juniors who will piny pivotal roles. "I’m excited about the junior class," Byrd said. “Tuckcr hns improved a ton since lust year, and Sinith nnd Lloyd hnve im­ proved since last yenr. In addi­ tion to the senior class, those guys urc going to nil some ofthe gaps wc had. . “I have a lot of solid players," Stein snid if the War Engles can break even in tlie regular sen­ son, then they can hold their heads high. The big “if" is whether Ihe offense can make a dramnlle lumuround from last year’s less-than-one-goal-per- gamc troubles. “Wc bonded at cnmp and we’re coming out to prove some­ thing,” Stein snid. Schedule; The Wnr Eagles open with home games against Norlh Iredell (Aug. 16) und For­ bush (Aug. 18). They play at East Fonsylh Aug. 23, nl home to West Rowan Aug, 26 and at North Ire­ dell Aug, 30. The JV plays ut 5:15 p.m. and the varsity at 7. Junior Varsity Second-year JV coach Hugh Lee is content with wliat he’s seen. His sqund of eight sopho­ mores nnd 11 freshmen lack n dominntor, bul he hns consider­ able experience nnd proven an­ chors in Michael' SulierXlost year's top scorer) and Richie Onssett (Inst yenr's keeper). At worst, the War Eagles should be decent, If best-cnse scenarios came to fruition, Ihey could sour over the .500 mark. “Wc have some skilled and coachablc players," said Lee, who is coimting on contributions from sophomores John Michael Bartelt, Irving Cisneros, Ross Davidson, Michncl Jolly, Adnm Mcllwain and Jack Rooney. “Our big challenge will be blending the freshmen with the sophomores and getting our team play down. We don’t have the one incrcdible individual player that cnn score on an individual basis. So scoring will have to , come through combination play, teamwork and ball movement," The freshmen are Omdy Cart- ncr, Allen Cassidy, Ryan Davis, Robert Gassett, Andrew Linhart, Jeffrey Loos, Zuch Privett, Jona­ thon Roesch, Nick Schambach, Evan Wiles und Micah Womble. DAVIK COUN'l’Y ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2004 - B7 Huge Halibut C h a rlie R o b e rtso n , an eightti g ra d e r at N orth D a vie M iddle S ch o o i, cau ght these m assive halibut w ith his grandfather, C .T , “Scrip" R o bertson and othe r friends on a fishing trip to G u sta vu s, Alasi<a, C h a rlie landed a 23 6 pounder. H is grandfather has fished at the sa m e area for the last 2 0 years. H is gra n d so n acco m p a n ie d him this year, also seeing m o o se , bear, w hales, seals and eagles. Important Dates • The PincbroolTrojans Booster Club will hold a golFtoui- namcnl Aug. 2 1 at Pudding Ridge. It bcgin.s with a lunch at I p.m., Followed by ii shotgun start at 2. Registration is .$50 per player or .$200 per leam. Contact Jeff Pardue at 998-8246. • Davie County Little League will hold registration for its Fall Ball League Aug. 14. Registration will be held at the Davie Youth Complex from 10 u,m.-2 p.m. The cost is $30 per child forT-ball und $40 for softball and ba.sebull.'All girls and boys ages 5-16 can sign up. • Sign up fora men> open fall basketball league. To put a team in the league, call Brian Pitts at 751-4677 or 909-0474. • The Mocksvillc-Davie Recreation Department is taking registration for a U6-U12 coed socccr program, The divi­ sions are U6, U8, U10 and U 12. The fee is $35. The deadline is Aug. 20. Games will be played at Pinebrook on Saturdays and Sundays. Play will begin in mid-Septcinberand continue through the first of November. There will be a soccer clinic Aug. 21 ul Pinebrook by Davie’s staff and players, with U6 and U8 going 10-11 u.m. and UlO and U12 going 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Players need td be ill the field 15 tninules before their scheduled time. Call Joe Boyette at the rec at 751-2325. • Registration nnd physcials for all teams in the Davie County Youth Football Association will be held August 14 from 8 a.m.-noon at the Brock Gym in Mocksvillo.The league is for third through sixth graders and you must reside in Davie County. This will be the only time that physicals will be offered by the league. Call Mike Tester at 998-4060. If= îïf ■]S te v e n E . H e l m a n , M D & A s s o c ia te s , P A Steven E . H elm an, M.D. Danielle C arter-A dkins, PA-C Savana LaM ar, PA-C are pleased to wclcomc R . T e d T o b o r g , M D On August 1, 2004 the practice looics forward to the addition of R. Ted Toborg, M.D. Dr. Toborg is a graduate of the University of Iowa College of Medicine and completed his residency training at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Dr, Toborg is board certified in Family Medicine and will limit his practice to adolescents and adults. Dr. Toborg will be available to see new and established patients. 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D A V IE C O U N T Y ENTERPRI/i^l^ECORD 171 S.Maln Street • Mocksville,NC 27028 336-751-2129 ТЬеОеаиаапш Davie County Enterprise Record — 1st Place — Best Spot Color Apparel, Jewelry & Accessories Ad Ray Tutterow — 1st Place— Best Institutional Ad Ray Tutterow — 1st Place — Best Advertising Campaign Ray Tutterow — 2nd Place — Best Restaurant/Entertainment Bob Corson & Jeannie Trotter — Gold Star — Best Special Section Staff The Clemmons Courier — 2nd Ptece — Best StiaieptBage StafCL — 3rd Place — Best Shared Page ' Staff — 3rd Place— Best Use of l\ili Colot Christy Clark & Jill Potts — 3rd Placé — Bçst Institutional Ad Christy Clark & Jeannie Trotter Н8 - DAVIE COUN'l'Y KNTKRPRISH RFX'ORD, ’niurstliiy,Aug. 12, 2004 D.J. Rice (30) hunts the ball. - Photos by Jon C. Lakey of the Salisbury Post Cooter Arnold (left) and D.J. Rice enjoy a water break during practice, Davie To Meet One Of Nation’s Top Linebackers Ted Randolph, a Wake Forest signes, is one of three tight ends on the preseason 4-A all-state team. Team Is Strong, But There Are No Sure Wins d). C onllnued K rom I'iikv HI o f prcpiirntlon." cculcr Boehm siiUl. "Hvil now we've got no e,\- ciisc nol lo be workiii^’. us l):ird as we Cllll every day." The War Engles will have a good led I'or llieir poslseason aspiriilions by week three, when Cre.sl eoines lo town. Why is Ihis a raseiiialing nonconl'erenee showdown? Crest is a super­ power, :m elite progrnm from Cleveliiiul Cminty that you ex­ pect to see deep in the 3-AA playoffs every year. The Chargers are 2-(l againsl Davie, and both were niis- inatches (17-1) in the second rouml of the 1996 playoffs and 27-0 in Ihc tW 7 i(uarlerfinals). Their tradition i,s inesn\eri/.iiig; 4-A titles in \>m and 1996, tlie .'(-AA title last year and 13 con­ ference titles since 19K0. He- iwcen 1994-97, they won Ihe stale iwice and reached the senii- Onals twice. Tiieir coach, Uoy Kirby, does it as go(Kl as anybody in the stale, bringing a 76-17 record ittlo his eiglith year at Crest. "We eat a lot of peanut butler and jelly sandwiches," he said wilh a laugh when asked aboul Crest's foolball-factory reputa­ tion. "Our eighth graders come over and lift weights in the spring, and we have a bunch o f. freshmen and sophomores who bench over 3(1(1 pounds. Yon just don't find that. We think our weight program is one of the top in Ihc slate." This place has cranked out 26 college scholarships in Kirby’s seven yeurs, imd Crest’s scary reputation has created absurd c.xpcctalions among the Ions of dichard followers in Boiling Springs. "We were 12-2 in 2(K)2 and most of the comments were; ’You had a prelly good year, coach,' " Kirhy said. "Ifyou do that every year, you have the greatest career ever. You've got to make a run al il. People want you lo beat Shelby and make a run at the stale chatnptonship. Those e.\pectations arc a little bit out of bounds." The Chargers climbed hack lo Ihe lop of the moimlain lasl year, bul nol before a dismal start that caused considerable chaos. When Ihey opened 0-3, every­ body shook Iheir head as if to say; "What's going on here." "Everybody in the commu­ nity was ready lo commit sui- ciile," a writer from the Shelby Star .said. "We wenl Ihrough a lot of tur­ moil," Kirliy said. "Wc got rid of 12 players, and 11 of them were .seniors. We brought up a'bunch of 10th graders and continued to prcach leant and playing for each other. Nobody in the community loved us. They called us a bunch of losers when we got offthe bus, and our kids had had enough." Just whett it was time to write off the Chargers, Kirby nilcd Ihe blackboard and inspired an amazing !2-gamc winning streak. The capper was a 40-(l оЫiteration of 14-0 Uastem Kan- dolph in the 3-AA tinal. Crest started 10 so^itiomores in that game. Wlty i.s the Sept. 3 game so fascinating? Crest returns 17 starters and Davie counters wilh one of its strongest teams ever. "They’re loaded," the Shelby Star writer said of Cresi. "Everybody’s back on defense." Crest’s rocket-fuel offense includes; • Travis Padgett, who is back after getting dismissed amid last year’s 0-3 start. A world-class sprinter in his age bracket, Padgell tolalled 3,000 rushing yards as a freshmnn and .sopho­ more. Me runs the 4(l-yard dash in 4.32 scconds and 10.4 in Ihe 100. • When Padgett quit, Kirby shrugged and plugged in another blur, 5-9 Mnrtray Littlejohn, who rushed 336 times for 1,993 yards and pul Ihe leam on his back. Padgett and Littlejohn both bcnch over 300 pounds and squat over 500. That’s two incrcdiblc runners in a one-back offense. No prob­ lem, Kirby said. "We're going to gel them enough carries," he said confidently. • Crest also returns i|uarier- back Maurice Gullatte, who earned Ihe most-valuablc-player award in the statc-ehampionsliip gante. For the year he went 91 of 171 for 1,0«7 yards, adding nine rushing touchdowns. Although Crest only lost six starters from last year's streak of green and gold, Kirby promised bis team won't count its chick­ ens on the way to Mocksville, "We've gol a lot of kids back, bul from whal I hear Davie’s got one oflhe Iwst teams they’ve had in a long lime," he said. “We know Davie’s a 4-A team, and I hear they've gol ihree or four Division 1 players, 1 guarantee you we won't take them lightly." Despite being a sizeable un­ derdog, Illing relishes the unique opportunity of gauging his team's poteniial in a notliing-to- losc setting. "Wc may gel smacked in Ihe mouth, but we might Iind oul our kids can rise lo the occasion and beal a team like that," he said. “And boy the confidence we would have going inlo (Ihe rest of the season). We might be re­ gretting it on lhat Friday night after playing them. How slupid am I lo get Ihem on Ihe sched­ ule? Bul hey, il’s a win-win situ- .alion. You need lo play those teams." "I’m ready lo see what we can do against a team like that," Kice said. First things first, however. Davie can’t coast against NW Guilford and always-dangerous Wesl Kowan. "If wc gel caught trying lo look ahead lo them, we're going lo be 0-2 with Crest coming to town, and the po.ssibility of be­ ing 0-3," Illing said. "That's somelhiug we really want to guard against. We really have to focus on Nonhwcst Guilford and lake one week at a time." 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For the restless coach­ ing staff, sometimes it seems the Aug. 20 kickoff againsl visiting Northwest Guilford will never get here, and nt other limes it .seems everything is racing at P r e s e a s o n A U - 4 A P i c k s Q iiiirtcrbiicks Joe Cox (Independence) Jarrell Dunslon (SE Raleigh) Adam Mamrick (Garner) Calvin Harris (East Wake) Terrell Hudgins (Носку Ml,) Cameron Sexton (Scotland Co,) Brenl Smith (Richmond Co.) Kumilng Ilncks Josh Adams (Cary) Couler Arnold (Dnvie Co.) Monterio Hardisly (New Bern) Ccdric Hickman (N, Forsylh) Chad Holden (WF-Rolcsvillc) Dommquc Lindsny (Ind.) Stephan Virgil (Rocky Ml.) Wide Kv(;civcr.s Nate Fuller (Riverside) Anthony Lovino (Reynolds) Mohammed Massnquoi (Ind.) Richnrd Medlin (Gnrner) Geron Jnmes (Wilm. Ashley) Levin Neal (Wilmington Ashley) right Ends Bradley Dnvis (Independence) Johnathan Hannah (S. View) Ted Rnndolph (Duvic Co.) Offensive Linemen Terrance Campbell (Pur. Swell) Andre Crouch (Richmond) Curtis Crouch (E.E. Smilh) Kyle Dnye (Durham Jordan) Lowell Dyer (lîiverside) Hutch Eckerson (Lumberton) Julian Williams (New Bern) Defensive Linemen Pete Bailahi (Waddell) Chase Blackburn (N: Dnvidson) Jnmes Ingrnm (Gamer) J.T. McCoy (Seventy-First) Kinney Rucker (Jordan) Defensive Ends Brandon Bush (Jnck Britt) Greg Harmon (South View) Brian Jones (Rocky Mount) Jamal Purvis (Vitttce) Scotl Roberts (Jnck Britt) Jay Ross (New Hanover) Linebitckcrs Mario Daw.son (N. Durham) Kendrick Hayes (SE Raleigh) Sam Kidd (Freedom) Derek Nicholson (Ml. Tabor) Josh Smilh (Gnrner) John Stamper (West Forsylh) Defensive Ducks Brandon Ghee (Jack Brill) Monterio Hardisly (New Bern) Jordnn Hemby (Freedom) Derrick Jnckson (South View) Leonard Love (Buller) Herbert Pittman (Purnell Swell) Marques Ruffin (71st) Selh Williams (Cape Fear) Kickers Nick Willinms (J.H, Rose) Brad Barnhou.se (Independence) Pimters Colby McAnna (Scotland Co.) Athletes Stephan Virgil (Rocky Mt.) Speciullsis Chris Brooks (Broughton) Keith Fuller (South Rowan) This is Ihc NCPri'ps.com pa'- scnson 4-Л U'WII, breakneck speed. One matter is certain; Afler Friday’s 6;30 scrimmage at Mount Tabor, the Wur Eagles will know which components in the team’s engine are clicking and which ones need lasl-minule twciiking. The “glorined practice” is a rematch of litst year’s slalc 4-A . qunrterrinnl, nnd it’s n true tesl becnuse the War Eagles were pounded 27-12 as the Metro Conferencc champipns stopped Iheir five-game winning strenk. The wounds of thnt loss cut deeper tho follpwing week, when Wesl Charlotte gave Tabor no resistance whatsoever in the seminnals. "That’s a top-culiber team, and we know what kind of tenm they are," Davic coach Doug Ill­ ing said. "That’s a good measur­ ing slick for us, und a good op­ portunity for us to tune things up." While Tubor and Dnvie return mnny key players from last year’s 13-2 and 9-5 teams, re--< spectivcly, Tabor has one of the iTtost decoratcd players not only in the state, but in the country. Senior linebacker Derek Nichol­ son, a 6-1, 225-pounder who runs « 4.59 time in the 40, hns re­ ceived 38 scholnrsltip offers. Nicholson’s brother, A.J., is a reluming starter al linebacker for Florida State, and their father, Darrell, played for North Caro­ lina in 1978-81. Davie’s offensive line is one of the team’s unproven spots, and all it has to do in its first action against outside competition is try to contain perhaps the nation’s be.st high-school linebacker. If Davie’s blockers get swal­ lowed up by Nicholson, they can take comfort in this: They won’t sec anyone else like Nicholson, and Nicholson will present prob­ lems for everyone, Tabor’s other players to watch; Junior quarterback O.C. Wardlow, a third-year starter who passed for 1,755 yards and 21 TDs last yenr; OL Adnm Nngy, n 6-2, 260-pounder who won the state discus last spring; J-Mee Samuels, who runs a 4.35 and rushed for 570 yards on 74 carries; and Ryan Taylor, n 6-4 receiver. "We’re going to get a great experience going up ngainsl Nicholson," Illing said. “If ihey can lenrn how to block a player of lhal nature, ii ought to mnke their jobs a lot easier in the weeks lo come." While Friday could be some­ what of a barometer for what Davie will do against a very dif­ ficult schedule, Illing is keeping things in perspective. Every Fri­ day is a big deal, but Aug, 20 is the real deal. “We need to execute what we do,” he said. "We need to make sure we tackle, make good angles on defense, swarm to the ball, execute our blocking schemes nnd hold onto the ball, Wc need lo do everything we’ve been coachcd to do and focus on the little things. "Wc just need to do what we do best and learn lo do that be­ cause we’ve got a lot of big games this scnson," DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thiirsdii.v, Ап«. 12, 2004 - И9 Carter iHopes Notiiing Ciianges Witii JV Football Success Last year Davie’s J V football team enjoyed a ho-hum season, winning nine of 10 games to give the War Eagles a 39-10 record in the lasl five years. Now it’s lime lo do it again. Second-year coach Tilden Carter is confident the War Eagles will reload - nol rebuild - because eight offensive starters are back from a team that went unbeaten in the Central Pied­ mont Conferencc for the third lime in four years. In fact, the JV has only lost one CPC game in the last four years. “It’s a great nuclcus,” Carter said. “Offensively everybody there played Inst year with the exception of quarterback.” The returning starters on of­ fense are runners Mark Huggins, Brandon Stewart, Kenneth Brown and Daniel Gough, re­ ceiver Josh Eder nnd blockers Derek Abendroth, Kevin Boehm and MichacI Murphy. The guy most likely to run Ihe .show at qunrterback is freshman Garrett Benge, who is competing with freshmnn Ben Hinson. Carter’s excitement grew like kudzu on steroids when Mocks­ ville Junior Legion baseball players joined the mix. “Wc got n lot belter when Ihey camc because wc were looking at a bunch of freshmen in their spots,” said Carter, pointing to Jr, Legion plnyers Stewart, Eder and Juslin Thompson, as well as Whit Merrifield, who missed time while playing in the AAU nationals. “A big relief was Ihe night nt Salisbury when Stewart told me he was going to play. That was big becausc he’s one of the top athletes in the school, and might be the top athlete in his class. Having him on both sides of Ihc ball is a big lift.” Shoulder injuries Catawba tenm camp zapped two runners who combined for 967 rushing yards Inst year - tailback Brown and fullback Gough. Their loss enhanced the value of Stewart and Huggins. Brown and Ooiigh are cxpected to recover by the season opener, bul having four- capable ground gainers gives, Carter plenty of offensive op­ tions. Lasl yenr Gough averaged a whopping 7.9 yards on 69 car­ ries, and Brown averaged a healthy 5.5 on 77 totes. “And Stewart stepped in and has looked good at tailback,” Carler .said. “Boehm has really sleppcd forward (on the OL).’’ While the offense looks strong, it could take the defense tiine to find its way nnd bccome a formidable unit. Carler hns major concerns on Ihc line, ; where he might stnrt three fresh­ men, and outside linebacker. It looks like five positions will ei­ ther go lo a freshmen dr to somc- one who hasn't played a particu­ lar position. So Davie needs stellar efforts from cornerback Merrifield, linebackers Huggins (second last year with 63 tackles) and Bucky Sheppard (who will call the sig­ nals), outside linebackerThomp- sdn, and bucks Kenny Rivers and Stewart. Standing at the top of the de­ fensive list is Merrifield, At one lime he wus the logical choicc to succecd Brad Corriher nt (|iiar- terback, especially nflcr com­ pleting 13 passes nl Corrihcr’s 2003 backup. But sincc Mcrri- field fits in the varsity corner- back plans for 2005, he is con­ centrating solely on defense. And in pructicc, he has re­ sponded with some delicious hitSi “He might be the hardest hit­ ter on the team,” Carter said. “He's one of the smaller guys, but they don’t come any bigger when it comcs to hitting." Although the defcn.sc needs to plug some holes, the sum of the pnrts could extend Davie’s dominant rim. Not thnt Carter ever mentions the 19-3 CPC rccord sincc 1999 or the five- year streak of at least seven wins. “Moorcsville's good year in and yeur out, wc haven't beaten Freedom sincc we started play­ ing them (in 2001) and you know Crest is going to have a strong team," he .suid. "I don't think aboul (win-loss possibilities) and I don't mention it to them. They don’t need to worry with last year. Our goals nre to win the conference championship and prepare, them to be varsity players.” Notes: The varsity and JV squnds scrimmage at Mount Ta­ bor Friday ut 6;3() p.m. ... The JV opener is Aug. 26 nt Wesl Rownn at 7. The sccond game is Sept. 2 nt Crest. Davie JV Football Roster 3 Tristan Hairston 5 Whit Merrifield 12 Mark Huggins 6 Bnmdon Stewart 7 Josh Eder 8 Kenneth Brown 9 Ben Hinson 10 Garretl Benge 14 Quinton Faulkner 16 Floyd Collins 20 Justin Thompson 21 Wesley Turner 22 Colby Seaford 23 MichacI Cates 24 Matt Oswell 26 Kenny Rivers 30 Lee Cain 31 Cameron Webb 32 Tcrrance White 33 Daniel Gough 34 Matt Bpvender 41 Justin Phillips 43 Trcnt Brooks 44 Colton Medlin 45 Nathan Budd 46 Taylor Evans 47 Snm Tucker 50 Derek Abendroth 51 Bucky Sheppard 52 Caleb Stephenson 53 Haakcn Krey 54 Ricky Pratt 55 Jesse Doby 56 Bradley Amisworthy 57 Kevin Boehm 59 Jesse Crotts 60 Trey Archer 65 Jr. Puync 66 Juslin Downs 68 Luke Ray 69 Graham Harmon 7 1 Abe Drechsler 72 Tony Stecic 73 Adam Ridenhour 77 MichacI Murphy 78 Dusty Smith 80 Josh Medlin 81 Gary Kirk 83 Drew Kakouras 84 Jaren Johnson 88 Joseph Powell 89 Ryan Hutchinson 90 D.J. Holinnn 96 Nic O’Brien Riddle Makes Strong Impression; Catawba Has Plans For Tenor Continued From Page B 1 Conference wins und owning u 115-55 record ul App, Moore hus guided tho Mountaineers lo 13 winning .sensons and lOpluy- off berths. 'I’enor Rolling At Cntuwbu Roil Tenor’s sophomore sea­ son could not hnve gone much better. The wide receiver was second on the teum with’31 catches and helped the Indians win the Division II South Atlnn- tic Conference title. And Couch Chip Hester has bigger plans for Tenor this year, “Vv'e’rc real excited about Rod,” he said of Ihc 2001 Davic graduate, “lie hud a succcssful year last yenr, and we feel like he could have a breakout yeur this yeur.” “I’m aiming for 50 catchcs,” the 6-1,200-pound junior from TRAC^ipphSALE O S i m p l i B l t i i B R O A D M O O R ' l a w n T r a c t o r 16 -H P H yd ro 16H K ohler engine i }; 20-H P H yd ro 18H 3 & S ^ • Autom atic Transi^issldi}!w^^^ ::.;o : • Foot-G Q ri{rolie4;A 6t|§i6^^ I |cru/se opt/oria/^ • Tight, 18” turning radiu?“' . • Q uick R em o ya l Systiamj; '.E iQ c tfic ;.R § ;;.i R E G E N T i l a w i i T r a c t o r > 16-HP Hydro Honda engine V 16-HP Hydro Kohler engine HydroataticAu^omatlc [’itia n s m is s io a iijjM ,''/' ' ; L lifetime Drive% |i-W arranty ! r» Turning'Flacllus | feVQ U ickH [tc)j™ A^^chm erlt \y,’ OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT 3242 S. Main St. • Salisbury • (704) 633-8484 Cooleemce said. Like Riddle, Hester said Tenor’s attributes go beyond the pinying field. “We’re real proud of Rod’s accompli.shmcnts on and off the field,” Hester snid. “He hus done just super in the class­ room, He has had over a 3,0 (gradc-point average) the last four semesters. So he's really gelling it done on und off the field," Tlio Indians went 8-'3 in Hester’s first year in 2002 and 9-2 last year, including 6-1 in the SAC, Bul they ure picked to finish third this year. “I don’t know why Ihey have us Ihird every year,” Tenor sajd. “They should know we ain't coming in third, I just don’t seo il happening." 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Davidson, who played varsity as a 2002 freshman, hus the tal­ ent to becomc a star. "She blocks well, hlls well and she can play all the way around,” Stephens snid. The fact that Stancliff made the hig jump rrom North Dnvie Middle to Davic varsity should suy suinctliing ubout her .skills. “She's played JO (Junior Olympics), .she’s done a lot of offseason work nnd cnnlps und hns really developed and learned the gnme,” Stephens snid. "She’s leurned u lot about the game from many sources. I’ve seen her set, hit und she’s going to be valu­ able with her height and reach. She’s got size and she’s got n lol of stnininn. We’ve been running one mile, und she’s made il un­ der eight minutes every time.” After the CPC-Metro Chul- Icngc, the Wur Eagles will pluy nt home to North Forsyth on Aug, 23, nt Norlh Iredell Aug. 24, at home to West Rowan Aug. 26 nnd nt home to Asheboro Aug. 30. All the mutches liegin nt 4:30. Their hopes for a fourth straight winning season hhigc greatly on whether they can an­ swer the uncertainty at setter. ‘‘A spot we're really con­ cerned with is running the teain al setter,” Stephens suid. “I think if we get a .setter, we’re OK.” Notes: Three of Davie’s 11 los.ses last ycnr were lo CPC chumpion North Dnvidson.... In the last three years, Davic is 45- 22 overnll and 22-6 in (lie CPC. ... Stephens’ 16-year record. In­ cluding 15 at Mitcliell High, is 255-103. ...The remainder ofthe roster; .senior Meredith Phillips: juniors Brittany Cooper and Kucey Stutts; and sophomores Grace Didenko, Vanessa Didenko nnd Morgan Owens. Junior Varsity If the varsity conics through this year, the program could roll for several more years because Becky Miller’s JV nppeurs to have ull the pieces for u potent tenm. "There’s some renlly tnlcntcd kid.s- in thi.s group,” Slephen.s snid, pointing to 12 freshmen. “This mny be one of Bccky's beuer hitting teums.” The roster consists of Molly Chappie, Alyssa Come, Amy Ollberl, Stacy Hcndricks, Kylle Jenkins. Samantha Judd, Katie Newberry, Amandn Reavls, Jor­ dan Reavls, Tanisha Reynolds, Coach Karen Stephens Is high on Ashley Cornatzer. Laura Vnnhoy and Ty ara Wagner. “Wugner and Reynolds are outstanding hitters,” Stephens said. 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Kcimctly in the Persian Gulf — seven time zones away. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Shoaf of Milling Road. He recalled his uncle, Homer Potts, made him a tempting offer to milk cows for a career. But his uiiclc's stories of scrvicc in World War II made a bigger impression than the cows. , “I grew up listening to him tell how he served his country. I liked that. And I wanted to do whnt my country usked of me.” He is the commander of a squadron of eight F-3Bs — the same $30 million plane that President George W. Bush landed aboard an uircruft currier Inst yeur. Last week, Shoaf mude his 801st landing ubourd u currier. Earlier in his career, he wus responsible for the cutapult launches off a carrier. He launched 16,000 pluncs. His pnrents moved lo Iduho and later to South Cnrolina during his youth before returning here, He is a graduate of The Citadel. Counting those college days, he said he hnd been in uniform sincc 1981. He has been in the Navy 19 yenrs and gets buifk to Duvie County about oncc a year. His plane carries torpedoes and up to 500-pound bomb.s. It also hns u dendly-accurutc missile. He suits up daily, climbs into the three-man plane and tours the high sens. The pinne was originally designed to be u submarine spotter — monitoring Soviet subs and their movements. Now, the primary mission is to watch for suspicious movements of muritime shipping. “I always admired Ihose who wore the uniform. I decided I didn’t wnnt lo just look up to them, I wanted to be one of them,” Shoaf said, “When I wns younger, my uncle offered me a chance to come and work with him and be a dairyman. I did that during my youth. 1 cut silage nnd tended cows. I grew up around that, but I was led to do something else. I told my uncle if il didn't work out I would be back.” The weather isn’t necessarily better than it would have been back on the farm. “I’m here in Ihe Gulf where it’s nice nnd tousty wnrm,” he said Aug. 2. That day the thermometer rend 120 degrees aboard ship. The heat index was measured at 137. There was no wind. Just heat. But Shoaf aaid it was just ns hot for the terrorists, and they nre plotting ngainst the United States. "Yes, it’s hot. But when you love you’re country you don’t hesitate, That’s the conditions the terrorists nre working in. It’s easier to fight them here thnn in New York City. The mujority of Americans know that. My parents, my wife, my sisters are ■supportive of me. The majority of the people in Davie, Rowan and Davidson countics arc patriotic folks. They understand that.” Shoaf has 250 people under his command, nnd he snid it was a pilot’s dreum to command a squadron, especially under these circumstances. “Yon only get n short period of time to be u commanding officer. The epitome of having a command is having your command at sea. I get to take them to sea and do an important job, which is to fight the global war on terrorism.” He gets occasional reminders of home. He had just received two cans of Cheerwine from another North Carolina native aboard ship. He snid his deployment is estimated nt another six monlhs. “ If it goes longer, we will stny here. The morale of my sqund is very, very high. Wo want to do our part to make sure we win the war on terrorism. As long as we are defeating them iierc, they are not blowing up buildings in our couniry. We don’t want to lose anyone here. I went to sen with 250 and 1 want to come home with 250, but if there are a few less terrorists when we’re finished, that's okay with me. “Right now It’s our time to do our job. We don’t flinch from that. We stand up and do it every day.” Shoaf’s wife, Susan, and duughter Erin, 10, and son Nathan, 7, live in Jacksonville, Fla. The USS John F, Kennedy hus 5,000 people aboard. Here is Shoaf’s Navy biography: Commander Shoaf is a native of Mocksvillc, North Carolina, nnd graduated from The Citadel with a Bachelor of Scicncc Degree in Business Administration. He entered Naval service upon gruduution in Mny 1985. Upon completion of Basic Flight Training in Pensucoln, Fioridn, Commander Shoaf reported to Air Anti-Submarine Squadron 41 for advanced training in the S-3A Viking aircraft. In March 1989, he reported to the VS-28 “Gamblers” at Cecil Field, Florida. While attached to VS- 28, Commander Shoaf completed two Mediterranean deployments in USS FORRESTAL(CV-59), Including seven months in support of Operation Provide Comfort. In 1992, Commander Shoaf joined the VS-27 "Sea Wolves” as a Fleet Replacement Squadron Instructor. In between numerous Puerto Rico weapons detachments und student carrier qualifications, he received a Masters Degree In Aeronautical Science. In December 1994, Commander Shoaf wus stationed in USS ENTERPRISE (CVN-65), as a Cutnpult und Arresting Gear Continued On Page CIO This collage of photographs was made at Shoaf’s change of com­ mand ceremony. C2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2004 A G r o w i n g N e e d M o r e C l i e n t s V i s i t S t o r e h o u s e M e d i c a l M i n i s t r i e s A Slorcliousc For Jesus Mcdiciil Ministries conllriues lo grow weekly wilh new patients being seen in the clinics nnd pharmacy. By the end of June, the medi­ cal clinic had cared for 515 pa­ tients since It began in Octobcr 2000, the pharmacy for 704 pa­ tients sincc it began in Decem­ ber 2001, and the dental clinic for 90 patients sincc it began in Seplember 2003. The medical ministries serve Davic Counly residents whose gross household incomc is below the 200 percent federal poverty level and who are without medical, pharmacy or dental insurance, including Med­ icaid. The pharmacy, as reported by Pharmacy Director Bob Rauch, in the first six monihs of 2004 dispen.ses 6 3 9 proscriptions at a value of $408,170. During this time period, there were 1,644 visits. During the first six months of 2004,25 percent of all clinic vis­ its were new patients. In this same time period,there were 206 patient visits in 21 Thursday night mcdical clinics, 152 patient visits in 23 Tuesday morning chronic care clinics, and 142 pa­ tient visits in 15 dental clinics. Due to a need for additional clinic spacc and volumecrs, 41 perccnt of appointment requests for the Thursday night mcdical clinic could not be met. Marie Collins, Storehouse executive di­ rector, reported that when the appointment clerk begins taking appointments for the Thursday night clinic, all available spaces nrc usually filled within 10 min­ utes. The additional needed spacc will be available when the Store­ house moves in 2005 to its new facility on US. 64 East in Mocks­ villc. The medical portion of the ministry will includc three exam rooms, one procedure room, three dental rooms, one eye exam room ond a larger pharmacy. Dr. George Kimberly, the mcdical ministries director, said he hofips this additional space, along with additional volunteers, will enable the Storehouse to meet the needs of more patients. Recently, the Storehouse medi­ cal ministries received a $250,000 grant from Kate B. Reynolds Foundation which will help greatly in the construction of the medical part of the new facility ond in purchasing needed medical, dentol and eye equip­ ment. A d v a n c e B o y A n d C u b S c o u t s C o m p le te C o m m u n ity P ro je cts Boy Scout Troop and Cub Scout Pack 584 of VFW Post 8719 in Advance huve been busy. During the piust year, the boys sent 38 boxes of goodies to troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. They set up a display at the post to honor the fallen and cap­ tured troops, and mude and wore armbands to honor them. They made, collected, and delivered 75 shoeboxes to Op­ eration Christmas Child in Boone. They helped families of the troops in the United States, and sent cards and items to the VA Ho.spital in Sali.sbury. They put out and recovered American flags on two church graveyards for Veterans Day. Memorial Day and the anniver­ sary of D-Day, as well as helped lower local U.S. flags upon the death of former President Ronald Reagan. They collected and delivered food und items to the Storehouse for Jesus, and helped clean up and restore a private Christian campground while camping there.They also went fishing ond had Bible study. The Scouts were trained in the sofety and handling of BB guns, .22 caliber riHe.s, and bows und arrows - and then qualified with Ihem. They repelled and.thc Boy Scouts were the peer in- stnictors for the younger Scouts. Boy and Cub Scouts wenl through Ax yard and fire safety training, and then were certified. Both arc training in the BSA Physical Fitness program, as well as tho Ethics in Action pro­ gram. Both have been in Bible study programs along with their regular Scout training. The Boy and Cub Scout number they have (584) is in honor of a World War II bomb­ ing squadron. In August, the Scouts will have swim qualifications and certifications, and will begin a new training year. The Scouts will be participat­ ing in the VFW Post 8719 Qolden Horseshoe Tournament at the post on Saturday, Sept. 11, The Scouts meet evciy Mon­ day night at 7 at the post on Feed Mill Road, Advnncc. 42 Years In The Community awoe ^ 3 tM iU e e n v m e > v f E s t a b l is h e d 1 9 6 2 f o r S e p t e m b e r E n r o t l m e n t Friday, Aug. 20*% 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2 V \ 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 22"**, 1-4 p.m. T a p ♦ B a lle t ♦ J a z z ♦ A c r o b a tic s ♦ C o E d T i n y T o ts B o y s C la s s . . . A c r o b a tic s , J a z z & T q ) Ages 2 to Adult Beginning, Intermediate & Advanced Classes iMtin & Standard Ballroom for Adults Instructed by Denise Bassen & Eddie Moi'gan F o r In f o , C a ll: 7 6 6 -4 8 4 3 7 6 6 -2 9 8 8 751-1102 Denise Bassen, Owner/Director ^ . n B a y l i n C o t i l l i o n s ‘S a f f r o o m D a n c i n g Social Graces Dining Skills Register Now for 2003 2004 S c ^ g For Information Call: 725-8301J]^ The dental clinic is operating out of the offices of local den­ tists, with appointments and qualifying interviews being done at the Storehouse. This summer, the clinic has been opened two nights 0 month, instead of the three, due to o need for additional volunteers. The dental clinic has openings for one hygienlst the first Tuesday night and two hy- gienists the third Tuesday of each month. Openings are also ovoil- uble for bock-up dental assistants and hygienists. Hours of opera­ tions are from 5;30-8i30 p.m. The medical clinic on Thurs­ day evenings, and the chronic care clinic on Tuesday mornings, huve openings for physicians, physician assistants, nurse prac­ titioners ond nurses. Openings ore avnilable also for bock-ups for each of these positions, in­ cluding for the position of o lab tech. Hours of operation on Thursdoy nights ore 5:30-8:30 ond on Tuesday mornings 9- noon. The pharmacy has openings for pharmacists and back-up pharmacists for Monduy and Wednesday mornings from 9- 12:30 and Thursday nights from 5:30-8:30. In addition, the medi­ cal assistance progrom (MAP), through which prescription drugs are ordered for the pharmacy di­ rector, has openings for clerks and back-up clerks for these same time periods. There are opening for people orgroups, including bock-ups,to prepare meals for clinic staff on Thursday nights, for approxi­ mately 15 volunteers, and the first and third Tuesday nights of cach month, for upproximalcly six volunteers. The mcdical min­ istries volunteers comc from their jobs to the Storehouse with­ out o chance to eat supper before volunteering. There are over eight individuals and churches preparing meals for the medical and dental volunteers. Anyone interested in volun­ teering in any of these positions may call Collins at the -Store­ house. There is an ongoing need for financial donations to support the pharmacy and clinics. Donors may designate donations for the pharmacy account or clinic ac­ count. Collins said oil praise ond honor go to Ood for this minis­ try. She expresses her deep grati­ tude to oil the dedicated volun­ teers und fuithful supporters of the Storehouse ministry ond thanks ench of them for the tre­ mendous difference they ore making in the lives of individu­ als, one-by-one. A Storehouse For Jesus, founded in January 1993, is a non-profit Christian ministry, completed staffed by volunteers, where all services are given freely. The Storehouse is located at 464 Depot St., Mocksville. The mailing address is P.O. Box 216. The telephone number is 751-1060 and e-mail address is storvhuusehope®yaltoo .com. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dwayne Nieft Cllne-Nleft Couple United In Marriage Amanda DeAnn Cline of Mocksville and Kenneth Dwayne Nieft of Mocksville were united in marriage on Sat­ urday, June 26 at 7 p.m. in on outdoor ceremony ot sunset. Tho Rev. Thomas Tuggle officiated. The bride is the daughter of Thomus und Lindu Cline of Win­ ston-Salem. She is a 1995 gradu­ ate of Davie High School and a 1999 graduate of Forsyth Tech­ nical Community College. She is employed by W FUBMC’s Brenner’s Children’s Hospilal as a registered nurse. The groom is the son of Penny and Dennis Harp of Mocksville and Howard and Pal Nieft of Lakeland, Fla. He is employed with Yadkin Builders as a carpenter. The bride was given away by her father. She wore on ivory colorcd satin gown with a chapel length train imd u fitted loco bod­ ice accented by pearls und a sweetheart neckline. She carried a bouquet of peach and ivory roses tied togelher with satin rib­ bon. Dalton Shunc Nieft, the groom's son, was the ring bearer An outdoor reception undei Ihe slurs immediately followed Ihe ccremony. Two showers were held in the bride’s honor, one from her co­ workers und unother by her sis­ ters, Robin Hubbcll imd LeAnn Moser, bolh of Advunce. After a honeymoon trip lo St, Augustine, Flu., tho couple will mukc their home in Mocksvillc. Bill A n d P e g g y Arm sw orthy Celebrate 50th Anniversary On Aug. 7, Bill und Peggy Armsworthy celebruted their 50th wedding anniversary wilh 150 friends and fumiiy ul the Smith Grove Fellowship building. They were married at the old Smith Grove Methodist Church on Aug. 8, 1954. They made their home in Smilh Grqve, raising Ihree children; Duphne (Wayne) Frye, Mary (Billy) Tolar, and Willium (Kellee) Armsworthy. They have four grandchildren; Heather (Mark) Leach, Ben (Lorie) Frye, Darbe Tolar and Brandon Armsworthy; and a great-granddaughter, Emma Leach. The evening included lots of memories, music, dinner und des­ sert. Like DNA, the journey through menopause is as unique as the u^dAA/Uivtali Make sure your treatment is too. 75% of women experience uncomfortable symptoms during and beyond menopause. But each Individual may experience episodes differently. 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Riders In The Sky ure known for classic nnd originul western songs, smooth yodclin', har­ mony. hot licks und zany com- cdy. They have toured tho world singing the same songs thot were oncc sung by Ihe campfire. Duplicating the greats, such as Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and the Sons of the Pioneers, tho Riders hove earned a repuiolion for single-handedly revitalizing an entire music genre. In 2001, the Riders won their first Grommy for the olbum. Riciers In The Sky will perform at the Brock on Friday, Aug. 20. “Woody’s Roundup” featuring Riders In The Sky, a compan­ ion olbum for Ihc soundtrack of Walt Disney’s "Toy Slory 2.” They were ulso honored In 2003 for another Walt Disney Records Relcusc,“Monster’s Inc. Scream Foctory Fovorilcs.” In addition lo two Grommys, the Riders have many other ac­ complishments, including “Rid­ ers Radio Theatre", a radio pro­ gram broadcast since 1989, Iheir own Saturdoy morning children’s TV series, “Riders In The Sky," and hosted "Tum­ bleweed Theater,” onolhcr show forTNN. Thcyoppeurroguloriy on “Auslin City Limits,” and served as spokesmen for many orgnnizations nnd products. They became the first West­ ern music urtlsts to join the Grnnd Ole Opry in 1982. Don’t miss this legendary group us they lake the stage of the Brock Performing Arts Ccn­ ler, 622 N. Main St., Mocksville. Seating is limited. Tickets are $25 adults; $22 students/seniors; $20 groups of 15+; nnd $27 Se­ nior Dinner & Show. Box Of­ licc; (751-3000, noon-5 p.m., ii'ifii’.i/rt vit'aW,v . 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New mom, Angela Hcdrick, was so appreciative of the care und support she received while giving birth to hor son, Snmuol, she nominntcd the entire Speciul ; Delivery nursing tenm ut Dnvls ^ Reglonol for the Johnson & ' Johnson nursing nwnrd. ’ “ In her letter to John.son & Johnson, Hedrick wrole: “My nursing staff was incredible. Carolyn (Smith-Quinto), my nurse during my labor and delivery, wns wonderful nnd patient. She believed In me. I could never huve hod such on incredible birthing experience without her. "Angelo (Ploli), my nurse the two following days, gave me an incredible amount of emotlonnl support and was instrumental in my breastfeeding success. She lulkcd to me us a friend nnd really cured nbout us. All the nurses were incredible, but Carolyn und Angela were exceptional.” The award program, sponsored by Johnson & Johnson in partnership wilh the Association of Women’s Hcnlth, Obstetric nnd NconntuI Nurses (AWHONN), recognizes the dedication nnd skill of childbirth nur.ses. 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In Store Photo Processing • D ig ita l P r in ts • E n la rg e m e n ts I'oi' Ц1Ч'!|1 iiiroi tiiiilioti im (Iftins i4 lu'iillli |)fol)li'ms. );i( III R e g u la r H o u rs : M -F 8 :3 0 -8 • Sat 8 :3 0 -4 • S u n 1:3 0 -5 Foster Drug Co. 495 Valley Road • Mocksville • (336) 751-2141 www.fostcrdrugco.coni ж Have Fun and Learn to Dance a t t h e Kathy Marino Dance Studio Y o u r c h ild de serve s the b e st tra in in g. A t o u r stu d io w e offer sm a ll cla sse s: M a x im u m o f 12 stu d e n ts p er c la ss. A F u ll S e rv ic e D a n c e S tu d io C a te r in g to C h ild r e n & A d u lts 'I\v o a ir co n d itio n e d S tu d io s w ith “S p r u n g " H a rd w o o d F lo o rs FALL DANCE CLASSES • M o m m y an d M e - 2 & 3 years olds • C h ild re n ’s Ballet a n d T ap C om bo - A ge s 4 to 6 • C om b in ation & Sin gle C la ss O ption s - A ge 7 & up • Tap. Ballet / Point, Jazz, Acrobatic / l\im b lln g • Teen D an ce C la sse s • A d u lts D an ce for the B o d y & M in d (Fitness & Health) M o rn in g & E v e n in g C la s s e s are A v a ila b le OPEN HOUSE & REGISTRATION Saturday, A u gu st 14th 1 0 ;0 0 A M -ltO O PM 2668 Lewlsville-Clemmons Rcl., (AmwH from cicmmons Ctnicr) Clemmons, NC C all N ow to Enroll 7 7 8 - 0 9 5 0 Legal Battles That Transformed Our Nation by Alan Dershowitz • The Appalachians; America’s First lind Last Fron­ tier • Blood From Stones; The Secret Financial Network of Ter­ ror • Bur Moms-To-Bc: The Complete Guide to Fitness for Expectant Mothers • Eats, Shoots and Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation • The Italian Boy: A 'Rile of Murder and Body-Snatching in 1830s London • h’s Not Easy Bein’ Me; A Lifetime of No Respect But Plenty of Sex and Drugs by Rodney Dangerfield • Mystery of IhiAncient Sea­ farers by Dr. Robert D, Ballard • Out of Bounds Inside the NBA’s Culture of Rape.As.sauIt, and Drug Use by Jeff Benedict • Ugly Americans; The True Slory of Ihc Ivy League Cow­ boys Who Raided the Asian Mar­ ket for Millions Alan and Mary Ann Voggen- thaler made a donation in memory of Zelma "Zing” Voggenlhaler. Doris Frye made a donation to the History Room in memory of Oscar P. Poindexier Jr. Ruth Hoyle made a donation to the History Room in memory of Ruth and Oscar Poindexter. Siorytimes: Mondays at 7 p.m.. Family storylime and/or spccial program; Tuesdays at 11 a.m. Toddler Time, stories, song and fun; Fridays al 11 a.m. Fri­ dny Free-For-All - everyone wel­ come. Library programs are free and open to everyone, ages are simply recommemlations. Back by popular demand - storylime al Cooleemee Branch Library, TXiesilttys at 10 a.m. For informa­ tion aboul youlh programs please call Li.saNeal at 751-2023. H i, I a m L o g a n Ju n ics A lie n »nil I tu rn e d one yenr old on ,luly 14. U ut I h n d a w onde rful piirty w ith all m y fam ily a nd frie nds on J u ly 10. I ’d like to (h a n k everyone fo r ull the nice gifts I received a nd th a n k them fo r c o m in g to m y p a rty. M y parenl.s u rc U a rh u rn nnd T e rry A lle n o fA d v a n c e . IVIy nam e is JcfTrey D u ra n H n y c s Jr., but eve ryb o d y calls m e J J . 1 tu rn e d 5 on M u y S. F irst, I celebrated in A p r il on a cruise sh ip to M e x ic o a n d the C a y m a n Isla n d s. I loved c ru is­ ing! M y sccond cclehrution w as un m y actual birthday. I w ent out to cat nt m y favorite res­ taurant, M i Pue b lo. Finally, I h o d m y Inst b irth d a y celebra­ tion on M u y 8 nt the O a k V a l­ ley p la ygro u n d . I played w llh a lot o f m y fam ily a n d friends, A lo t o f m y f r ie n d s fro m dnycore w ere there fo help m e cele b rnte. W c n il e n jo y e d n cookout. I loved L e g o s nnd race cars, so I had n L e g o racc ca r party. M y m o m m y m ode m e n race c a r cake a n d a L e go rnce c a r cnke. I w o u ld like to give u specini th a n k yo u to m y co u sin B r a d ­ ley H n y e s a n d u n c le D n r r y l H a y e s for b rin g in g their real race c a r lo m y p a rty for every­ one to see a n d sit In. W c had n great lim e. T h e c a r w a s loud! M y d n d d y a n d m o m m y nrc Je ff a n d N n n c y H n ye s. W c live In A d v a n c c . M y g ra n d p a re n ts are F a ye S . M y e r s o r.\(lvancc, R c d a n d V irg in ia H a ye s o f A d ­ va ncc a n d J u d y M c k c ld r y o f W ln sto n -Sa lcm . I w o u ld like lo th a n k eve ry­ one for co m in g tu celebrate m y b irth d a y w ith m e. A lso , tha nk yo n fo r all the w on d e rfu l gifts I received. I loved them . I had n tcrrlflc 5th b irth d a y. Love , JJ. .Jason a n d li^mlly H c llu rd u rc p r o u d to a n n o u n c e the b irth o f th e ir first da u gh te r, M n o m i C a t h e r in e H e lla r d . N a o m i w a s b o rn J u ly 2 7 ,2 0 0 4 at 8:07 p.m ., w e ig h in g 7 Ihs. 8 oz. a n d 2 1 5 Inches long. M a te rn a l g ra n d p a re n ts are W a d e u n d M ild r e d K in g o f F a r m in g t o n a n d p a t e rn a l g ra n d p a re n t s a rc J a c k a n d M y r a H e lla rd o f M o c k sv illc . T h e G re a t G ra n d p a re n ts are J.W . n n d C a th e rin e H c lla rd , Lu cille S a in , A lm a K in g und D o ro th y C onne r. H e y , m y n n m e is K o lt o n R itch ie . 1 had m y first b irth ­ d a y , F rid a y , A p r il 2. I c e l­ ebrated on S u n d a y , A p r il 18 at IJa m c s B a p tist C h u r c h . W c se rv e d hot d o g s w ith nil Ihe trim m in gs. I h n d a b e a r cake a n d m y ow n little cake. A big th a n k yo u fo r nil o f m y nice gifts from fam ily a n d friends. M y p a rents are M ic h a e l a n d C h a r le n e R it c h ie , M y b ig b ro th e r Is D a k o ta R itc h lc oi M o c k sv illc . M a te rn a l g r a n d ­ p a r e n t s a r c D n r n e ll a n d L o re a n G o b b le o f M o c k svillc . P ate rn al g ra n d p a re n ts a re D ill Ritclilc a nd llie late Jc a n n in c K itciiie o f S a lisb u ry , M a te rn a l g r c n t - g r n n d p a r c n t is J o h n T iio m a s H u n t Sr. o f Lexington, Pa te rn al gre a t-gra n d p a re n t is M n y S im s o f Scngovillc,T exas. I nm Z an d e r L a n e Freem an, I celcl)ratc(l m y first b irth d a y on Su n d a y, Ju ly 18. M y fam ily h a d a b ig b a rb e c u e w ith a rou n d Л5 guests. I h n d a bear cake a nd m y guests h a d cake and cupcakes. 1 d id not w an) lo touch m y cake. M y paw -paw K a n d y bought m e a pony a nd _ he gave all the k id s p o n y rides. 1 h ad lots of fu n o p e n in g nil m y b irih d a y gifts. M y m o m m y and d n d d y nrc T ra v is a n d D o n n a F re e m a n o f M o c k s v ille . M y m a te rn a l g r a n d p n re n t s n rc T o m m y n n d F n y c B o o n e ol I'fo fH o w n . M y p aternal grn n d - parents are R a n d y a n d D c la n a F re e m a n o f W a llb u r g n n d L y n n U cosly o f L e x in g to n . M y g re a t-g ra n d p n rc n ts a re J a c k a n d N eil W a te rs o f L e xin gto n a n d F d F r e e m a n o l K e m e rs v ille . A v e ry sp cc in i th a n ks to m y b ig si.ssy, B ritta n y L o g a n ,a n d m y foster sister for takin g cnre o f all the “light blue d e c o r a t io n s .” A g re n t b ig t h a n k s to m y g o d m o th e r D ia n n e P ric c fo r m n k in g m y cnkcs. T h a n k s to everyone w ho m ade m y first b irth d a y so w o n ­ d erful. L o v e lo all, Z and er. S ii New ATV’s, Dirt Bikee £ M S b I B I k e t Starting at $899,*® V GRAND OPENING * i* ^ C le m m o n s ^ ^ & J e w e lr y 0f , i , ^ F r id a y A u g . 1 3 t h ^ V ^ T h is C o u ld B e Y o u r L u c k y D a y ! ^ 1 1 ^ I G rand O pening ’4 « S p ecial • : !^| $ 1 -9 9 1?« % W a tc h B a t t e r y ^ _ ! tr tmt«. tt B u y i n g / S e l l i n g W e P a y T o p D o l l a r F o r G o l d & D i a m o n d s J e w e l r y a n d W a t c h R e p a i r (L im it 6 Batteries) E x p irin g 9/1/04 Danny Wingo- Owner ^ 25 Yrs Experience ^ 1609 Lewisville- ^ Clemmons Rd. ^ Clemmons ^ 7 6 6 - 8 3 1 2 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2004 - C5 County Line News Otis Snow By Shirley Thorne Couniy Line Correspondent School children in Davio and Iredell have returned from Iheir summer break. Friday and Salurday, Aug, 13 -14, Clarksbury Uniied Method­ ist Church will have revival ser­ vices. The Rev. Otis Snow of Memorial United Methodist ________________ Church In Kannapolis will be the guest preacher. Snow and his wife Joetta are former members of Clarksbury and gradu­ ates of Har­ mony High Scliool. Services cach night will begin at 7 and will feature music by the sanctuary choir. Homecoming will follow ■ Sunday, Aug. 15, at tiie 10:30 a.m. worship service. Snow will bring the moming message. A covered dish dinner will follow in the fellowship hall. Everyone is invited. Piney Grove AME Zion Church will have the "Twelve Tribes Rally" fundraising pro­ gram at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 15. Church members are divided into 12 tribes or teams; each tribe is tasked wilh raising money for the church building fund. Pleasant View Baptist Church will have a church-wide workday Salurday, Aug. 14, All members are asked to be at the church at 9:30 a.m. The Youth of Society Baptist Church will have a "mystery parly" Friday night, Aug. 13. All youlh are to meel at 6 p.m, at the church. They will then be taken on a hayride to an undisclosed place ibr fun aclivilies and food. All youlh are Invited. Our communiiy sends best wishes to Phillip and Melissa Barker of Clarksbury. Melissa gave birth to a baby boy last week. We send get-well wishes to Jennifer Neely of Oakland Av­ enue. Jennifer was hospitalized last week at Medical Park Hos­ pital for an emegency appendec­ tomy. Estelle Thorne and Lee Carlner are recuperating at their respective homes, Virginia Daywait remains at Whitaker ' Care of Forsyth Mcdical Cenler. Join us as we pray for the Lord's continued healing in the lives of these residenis. We continue to pray for those residents having outpatient tests and treatments. If you would like lo contrib­ ute lo the memorial for Dr. J.M, Roberlson, call Edgar Cartner al 704-546-2741. Does anyone remember how very special this week and today used to be in Mockville? ■ ■ When I was growing up in ihe 50s and 60s, there were two events in Mocksville to which our family went. Both were called "picnics" and were held in Ihe summer at the same place. There were always lots of people at bolh. I used to get the names mixed up, but once we were there I knew which was which. As a child, one was boring and 1 never understood why it was called a "picnic." For about two hours, which .seemed like four, I stood quietly and held my mother's or father's hand, watched the back of someone's waist in front of me or beside me, and listened (occasionally) lo some men speaking, I was al­ ways glad when some man got up and called oul a bunch of numbers. Afler lhat, my dad would look at the tickets in his pocket and we would leave with­ out nny prize. Thai event was Sen. Sam Ervin signs an autograph at the Masonic Pic­ nic In the 1970s. called Ihe REA "Picnic." The olher picnic was great and was called the Masonic Pic­ nic. It was held the second week of August, but our family and most of the "white folks" in County Line went on lhat second Thursday, "Picnic Day." Our neighbors the Wilsons and most ofthe "black folks" went on lhat second Saturday, their "Picnic Day." Regardless of whether you were a while or a black kid, you saved money for the Masonic Picnic. There were lols of rides, food, and games. Besides the kiddie rides, there were the swings, fcrris wheel, lill-a-whirl, bullet, etc. Can anyone forget those photo booths? The Masonic Picnic was the biggest event of the year in Mocksvillc nnd added n lot to the local economy as officials say today. People from surrounding counties came and there were cars parked everywhere from the town square eastward along 158. Estimated annual attendance for the 6-day period was over 18,000. It was a big news event. The Enterprise-Record devoted a sec­ tion to the event and showed the individunl piclures of every Ma­ son. I always looked forward to seeing the piclures of friends and relatives - Cecil Carlner, Everelte Koontz, Ray Godbey, ctc. As soon as my sister Mary Elizabeth and I were old enough, there was a tradition in our fam­ ily. My pnrenis worked the scc­ ond shift (2-10 p.m.) at the mill in Cooieemee. So, as they wenl to work, they took Grandma Thorne and us to the picnic. They left us al the main gale and had us meet them there thal nighl shortly after 10. The 9-10 liours were a child's delight. Wc always saw our cousins. Grandpa and Grandma Gibson always wenl for the picnic din­ ner and stayed unlil evening ev­ ery year unlil my Grandpa's death at age 87. They always rode the Merry-Go-Round and treated all of us grandkids to a ride wilh them. Most elderly folks .sat un­ der the arbor nnd talked or ils- lened to llic music. Grandma Gibson loved lo talk and usually sat under the arbor. i Grnndmn Thorne liked lo wnlk. So she, Mary Elizabeth, nnd I spent most of our time walking nround the picnic grounds, riding the rides nnd playing the games, und occasion­ ally taking a rest under the arbor or playing bingo. Grandma rode the Merry-Go-Round bul jusl watched us ride the other rides, My most memorable game was pitching nickels and al age 8 or 9 pilching a nickel in a car- Maggie Thome with granddaughter Shirley around 1954. nival glass rufiled fruit bowl. I slill have some of those prizes, including the bowl I proudly dis­ play In my den today. 1 bet some of you may slill have some, too. Shortly after 10 p.m. we would meel Mother and Daddy at the gale. Then we all walked around the picnic grounds again. Sometimes we rode a ride or played a game or two, but we al­ ways slopped to chat with olher friends who Iiad also come from the mill - Mary Seaford, Henry and Edith Cook, J.C. and Evelyn Seamon. The grounds were slill crowded with people. Back then, everyone wenl to the picnic - eitiier before or after work. Afler graduating from college In 1966 and moving from Davie, I did not go lo the picnic again until 2000 when I took my par­ ents to hear the Harvesters Quar- let thal Thursday night. I was looking forward to hearing Bill Hefner sing, but found he hnd retired from the quartet and sadly found almost everyone else had "retired" from going to the pic­ nic. It was sad to see the few rides, games, and people. The saddest picnic week was in 1956. On lhal Monday, Aug, 6, Grandma Thome went lo be with Ihe Lord after suffering a massive stroke Iwo weeks cnriier. Although there were many good times with friends Mary Jo and Diane Lewis in the the years that followed, the picnic was just never the same after 1956. In remembrance of Grandma Thorne and our good times at the Ma.sonic Picnic, I dedicate Ihis column and hope il brings some great memories of picnics of old for you and your family. ■ Advance News B y E d ith Z im m e rm a n Advancc Correspondent Saturday, Aug. 14, the Meth­ odist church Sunday Scooi will bo having a picnic nnd ice cream social at the recrcnlion center nt 6 p.m. Everyone is inviled. Sunday, Aug. 15, Methodist Confirmation Class will be at 5 p.m, Muny young people have signed up for this. "Brown Bag Special" weekly Bible study will start Wednes­ duy, Aug. ¡8 at noon in the fel- Pino News lowship hall. Bring your own Bible. Grant Ward is spending this week on a business trip lo The Nelheriands and England. Naylor Vogler underwent surgery last week for a broken he hip he suffered In a fail at the Lake Hickory Cottage of daugh­ ter Becky Vogler and friend Donna. The surgery was done ot Forsylh Medical Cenicr and all went well. Laler Naylor suffered other complications plus heart problems. He is in the cardiac unit in crilai condition. Our prayers go out to him nnd his fnmily. Lee Myers nnd wife Joy, Iheir ihrce children. Brook, Morgan nnd Timothy of Blacksburg.S.C. spenl Salurday nflernoon with his grandmother, Anna Lee Myers. During the visil Anna Lee’s daughter Marcia Goshorn came by to see the young Myers fnmily. Hownrd and Jill Dixon and their three children Josh,Kacee nnd Jnnna have returned from vacationing at Myrtle Beach. Gel well wishes go oul to Ricky Perkins whowas thrown from his horse last week. He hns a broken right arm nnd a broken cheek bone. Surgery is sched­ uled this week. Sam und Janie Chaplin and Edith Zimmerman were Sunduy night visitors of Frank and Margie Markland. Edith Zimmermnn visited her sisler-in-lnw», Erma Zimmermnn, lust Snlurdny. Erma is recuper­ ating from recent brnin surgery for the reniovni of n blood clot and a small tumor which was pressing on her brain. The growth was the result of a fall some time ngo in which the swelling went inside the skull. Erma is recovering salisfuclo- rily, Four Corners News 7 ¿ T . T , T . T . T . T . T . T . T . T . T * T . T * T , T . ^ ^ ^ ^ \ B y N o ra L a th a m Pino Correspondent Mindy Williams delivered nn inspirnlional sermon nl Wesley Chnpel Sundny in the nbsence of Pnslor Tommy Roberlson. She brought several guests with her. They were Bob, Gene, Elhan nnd Annie Kuhn, Bob and Gwen Smilh, Lou Tolllson, falher Michael Rivesl, her daughter, Ellen, and husbnnd,Ted. Mindy, Gene, Annie nnd Ellen sang “How Beauliful” logeiher. The fellowship clnss at Wesley Chapel wenl lo the De­ pol al Cody Creek for dinner on Saturday night. Those attending were Harmon and Nora Lalham, Belly and Roland Wesl, Nancy Collette, Vernon Dull, Ruth Davis, Gene Dull, Clyde and Vir­ ginia Murray, Frank and Toby Hawkins, Gene and Marie Miller, Mack and Sara Eure and Zeno Dixon. There was a neighborhood gathering Sunday evening at ihe home of John and Beth McCnshkin. Beth, Mary Dixon and Pat Land hosted ihe event. Newcomers Joe and Mnrinnnn Mnldjinn were welcomed lo the communiiy. Atlending were Bob nnd Chris Webster and family, Sean and Mnry McCnshin, Reid Dixon nnd fnmily, Mnrk nnd Wil­ son Lnnd, Anne Lognn, Wnyne nnd Knren Lulz nnd fnmily, John and Jonn Woodwnrd and fnmily. Bob nnd Louise Dill, Willie nnd Novn Fleming, Dennis nnd Fran Craver and family, Ed nnd Kelly Crosby und fumily. Dale Latham, Jim nnd Chincra Lalham, Bob nnd Kalliy Ellis, Harmon and Norn Lutham, Ted and Mindy Williams and family, and Bob and Gwen Smith and family. Willie and Nova Fleming of Wichila Falls, Tex. nre visiling . Bob nnd Louise Dill for severnl dnys. Bob and Kalhy Ellis spent the weekend in Roanoke, Va. They attended Bob’s 40th high school reunion. They also visited his aunt and uncle, Phyllis and Willard Coffey in Vinton, and his cousin, Margaret, in Blue Ridge. Happy birthday lo Lonnie Gene Miller. B y M a r ie W h ite \Four Comers Correspondcnl Sandra Shelton visited Mrs. Johnsie Shellon Salurday. Mr. and Mrs, Mark While and Jessica have relumed home afler a business nnd vacation trip lo California. Congralulalions lo Mr. and Mrs. Batry Smith for their 59th wedding anniversary. Wishing them muny more years togelhcr. Our Four Corners Reunipn will be Snturday, Aug. 21 nt 4 p.m. on FourComcrs ground. All former residents and curreni resi­ dents are invited to attend. Bring n Inwn chnir nnd your favorite dessert. Hamburgers, hot dogs and drinks will be furnished. У C o m e o n e , c o m e a ll t o t h e m a in e v e n t! Join us Friday, August 20 at the Pavie Family YMCA for a cookout on the patio and erjjoy great food, fun 8r games in the pool, Friday, A u g u st 2 0 ,2 0 0 4 Evening Schedule 5:30 p.m,- 6:30 p.m. Pinner will be served 6:30 p.m.-S:00 p.m. Fun in the pool! Cost- $2 per child/$3 per adult ($10 family maximum) Everyone who attends will be registered to win a - back pack complete with all the supplies you will need to start the school year off right Call 336-751-9622 for details, we BUILD STRONG KIDS, STRONG FAMILIES AND STRONG COMMUNmES.Davie Family YMCAVMCA 218 CEMETCRY STREET * MOCKSVIULE, NC 27028 * ЭЭв-7Я1-9в22 ^ ^ 4 wwiwwiitwwwouM« Mission: Helping people reach their God'Si^vn polenflal in spirli, mind and body. Щ Кunitefiw ) ' ■«m fAMT UAMOf C6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2004 Obituaries Samuel Lconurd Daniel Mr. Samuel Lconurd Duniel, 83. of Dnniel Roucl, Mocksvillc, died Tuesday, Aug. 3,2(KM at liis home. Mr. Daniel was bom in Davie Counly, Feb. 15,1921 lo the late Silas Dulie und Edith Annie Martin Daniel and wns retired from REA Electric with more thun 35 yenrs of service. He hnd been u lifelong member of the Concord United Methodist Church. Mr. Dnniel was a gruduute of the Cooleemee High School, Clnss of 1938 nnd wus u former member of the Cool­ eemee VFD. He was a NASCAR fan and enjoyed square dancing and clogging. He wns a veteran of the US Army Air Corp during World War II. He wa-s preceded in death by 2 sisters, Margaret Scamon and Dot Walker, by 5 brothers, Raymond Daniel, Michnel Daniel, E.E. Daniel, Amos Daniel und Silas Duniel, nnd by n grundson, Michael Duniel. Surviving: 2 duughters, Rhondn D. (Scott) Snider of High Point, Bevcriy D. (Jim) Hnrtsell of Sulisbury; u son, Gary L. (Delores) Daniel of Rockwell; 7 grandchildren; 2 step-grnndduughters; 3 sisters. Foggy Tutterow, Belle Boger nnd Minnie Foster, nil of Mocks­ ville; und severnl nicccs und nephews. A grnve.sidc service wns held ut II u. m. Thursdny, Aug. 5 in the Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery wiih Rev. Murk Evuns ofriciuting. Mcmoriuls: Cemetery Funil of Concord Meihodisi, c/o Mury Frunccs Berrier, 1386 Dendmon Rond, Mocksvillc. SS ; Died July 29,2004 > ■ ; - M O C K S v iu D Ra^mnd A Dalton : . 1913 - 2004 iÿ B E R M U D A R k J N 'iT 'Охп^Н.Втйщп115г,1 . 1919-200i , , '■ ' IDonfliy L ЫауШ.р : 1923-2004 > ' : M O C K S V a iB * l i Robert L MiHs .• M957-200.1 ' ;;.V: STA TESV ILLE . * : Ш аЦ М о$$«г . 1923 - 2004. 'Ы O lA ^ L O T T « , « ' Charles n: spry Щ " ’ 1951-2004 r ;' H IC K O R Y , V , ^ ‘ Sherrill R. Gambill ' 1935 - 2004 A PV A N C B-i Л ' ¿John D, 1 918.'2004\& j’i ■>;'iMocksvili,b\Îî I ............•»;' ' Ruby s. Gobble J923 . 2 0 0 4 V '' î : MOCKsvauB | i ‘FrarwlsMiFcfitpf ^ I 'j i . W '2 0 0 4 i v r, I Rev. M . Alvin iMtfmm | t r ' 1 9 3 ?r 2004, ...^ TOAmcnVN , Hazel Claw.son Howard Mrs. Hu/.cl CInwson Hownrd, of NC 801 South, Ad­ vance, died Snlurday July 31, 2ГО4 nt Mendowbrook Terrnce of Davie. Shc wus born in Davie County,Oct.23,19Il,totheIate Cluude nnd Sarn Edwards Clawson. She was a homemaker. Shc was a member of the Smilh Grove United Methodist Church. Surviving: sons, Robert L. Howard of Rocky Mount, and H. Dean Howard of Pfafftown; 5 grandsons; 8 great-grandchil­ dren; a sister, Mne C. Warlick of Branson, Mo.; half-sister, Nell C. Lagle of Cooleemee; half- brothers, Claude Clawson of Ohio and Marshall Clawson of Clemmons; special niece, Mary Lee Slawler, nnd specini friends, Ann and Gwyn Smith, She wus preceded in death by her purents; step-mother, Nettie Hepler Cluwson; husband, Otis James Howard on Jan, 3, 1992; daughters-in-law, Mary K. Howard aiid Ann V. Howard; brothers, Roy Clawson and Ed Clawson; half-brother, Kenneth Clawson; and half-sister, Alice C. Belton. Funeral .services were at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 1, nt Smith Grove United Methodist Church' with the Revs. Chris Clontz and Bobby Swaim officiating. Burial wns in the church cem­ etery. Memorinls: Fellowship Building Fund 111 Smilh Grove Methodist, c/o Sue Boggs, 516 Dulin Road, Mocksville; or to Hospice/Pnllialive CareCenter, IIOO-C S. Stratford Rd., Win- slon-Sulem, 27103. Ottolene L. Brannock Mrs. Ottolene Lucille Eustridge Brunnock, 79, of Ad­ vnnce, died Snlurdny, Aug. 7, 2004. She was born Aug. 26, 1924, in Grayson County, Va., to Fred and Rhoda Carico Eastridge. She was preceded in death by her husband, Spurgeon Lee Brannock; a son, Robert Lee Brannock; ond a great-grand- daughter, Bethany. Surviving; 5 children, Ray (Linda) Brannock of Mocksvillc, James (Jean) Brannock of Clemmons, Ricky (Beverly) Brannock of Walkcrtown, Sue (John) Roberson of Mocksville and Janice (John) Solomon of Advance; a daughter-in-law, Sandra Brannock of Winston- Salem; 20 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and a great- great-grandchild. A graveside service was held al 1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 10, nl Snow Hill Baptist Church Cem­ etery with the Rev. Darrell Cox ofTiclatlng. Remember When? Louise Stroud does. • R e a d h e r m u s in g s o n M o c k s v ille ’s h is t o r y th e f i r s t w e e k o f e a c h m o n th . DAVIO C O U N T Y ENTERPRI/ExlifcECORD Mary Jane Bowman Mrs. Mary Jane Bowman, 76, a native of Mocksville, died Aug. 4, 2004, in Iredell Memorial Hospital. She graduated from Duvie County Training School, und at­ tended Livingstone College and Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. She received a degree in nursing and worked at Rowan Memorial Hospital in Salisbury, and Iredll Memorial Ho.spitul in Stntesville from which she re­ tired. “Jnnnie” wns firsi mnrried to Elliott B. Wilkes, und later mnrried Jnmes Bowman. Both preceded her in death. Her pnr- ents, Richard D. and Flora Scott Muck, also preceded her in death. Shc was an acllvc member of Mt. ZionHolincss Church, where tho funeral was held on S unday, Aug. 8 at 3 p.m. Bishop Jnmes Ijames offlciatcd and burial fol­ lowed in Rose Cemetery. Survivors: a son, Elliott B. (Marguret) Wilkes of Mocks­ ville; 3 daughters, Elvunia W. (Harold) Crews and Flora (Bruce) Hancock, both of Mocksville; und Shirley Morrison of Chariotte; 2 step­ sons, Jimmy (Elaine) Bowman of Statesville, Gregory (Debra) Scott of Lexington, Ky.; u sister. H elen (Nathaniel) Dallon 6f Mocksvillc; II grandchildren; und 16 grent-grnndchildrcn. B o b b y M e lto n in v ite s his frie n d s a n d c u s to m e rs fro m M o c k s v ille to D R IV E A L I T T L E T O S A V E A L O T . Dan Beck Ford II5W . Mnin St. •Yadkinville Call Bobby at 1-336-679-8871 S T R O N G C D R /O E . WITI I AN EVEN STRONGER GUARANTTEE. i-tci ii (’iiaraniL'cil yicUi with a Ccrlificaie of Dt-'pusit from Sitifr Iis ;\ sccurt* place lo grow )’our money. Гог more mformation. call me today. And u lk w iih somiuvnc you know you can coum on. W E L IV E W H E R E Y O U L IV E !' Bank. Darryl Bandy Slale Гагт Agent 15» Atlv.iiKc. NC m t l-IKli AGOODNÜIGHBOR. STATI: TAHM ISTHHRE.* ^ ,Grcg Morris State Farm Agent 3*16 s. Salisbury Sircct Mocksvillc. NC 336-751-590BMnnwi/ iViifniuw »fiJi ut oJ 0A/2Ji04. ratfi tubjca loihattec n tH kc Minimum Man«- to ojvf oil Uifoimi ur J oWaln (h< APV h MiOQ, 4 fvnalij- may be Imihntafur a wii/uirnmil pilot to niiiiiirilv Ceitijlcalet rrniw tu ttwiHrU> at the tha\ rwrrmi nucfor(he wmc if»m. Somr phkluc» itivl \rr\\(n not «vwJhihlf In «il iiiru», STATE fARM BANK « ilOME OfflCE: BLOOMIMQTOH. ILLINOIS • lUUtvm Martha Ann Carter Mrs. Martha Ann Love Carter died Friday, Aug. 6,2004 ot Willowbrook Nursing Center in Yadkinville after many years of declining health. She was bom March 1,1941 in Monroe lo John Berton Love and Bessie Love Mills. Survivors: her husband, Jimmy Roger Carter of Mocks­ ville; her son, Drew Smith Carter and wife Julie of Win- sion-Sulcm; a brother, Gordon (Donna) Love of East Bend; a sister. Penny Nolaine Love of Charlotte; step-brothers, James (Linda) Mills of East Bend, Charies (Lucy) Mills of Denver, Colo.; 2 uncles; and several nieces nnd nephews. She moved to East Bend in 1952, graduated from East Bend High School and Catawba Col­ lege, attended Wingate Junior College, Forsyth Nursing School and East Carolina University. Shc taught 12 years in public schools in Yudkinville and at William R. Dnvie and was se­ lected teacher of the year in Davie County. She worked sev­ eral years with Mothers Morn­ ing Out at Mocksvillc First Bap­ tist Church. She was a member of Chestnut Orove United Meth­ odist Church where shc estab­ lished a Childrens Church on Wednesday nights and started a Molhers Morning Out Program, taught Sunday School, Bible School, and was in churge of mnny Christmas programs and childrens musicals us well as United Methodist Youth Fellow­ ship Lender. A funerul service was nt 3 p.m. Sundny, Aug. 8 al Chestnut Grove United Methodist Church with the Rev. Jim Sanders and Dr. David Gllbrealh ofriclnling. Burial was in the church cem­ etery. Memorials; Chestnut Grove Methodist Building Fund, 2812 US 601 N.. Mock-sville. Dick Alan Kiser Mr. Dick AInn Kiser, 47, of Rnlph Ratledge Rond, Mock.s­ ville, died Thursdny, Aug. 5, 2004, ut his home. Mr. Ki.ser wns bom Sept. 25, 1956, to the lule Mury Ynrboro andAmos Monroe Kiser Jr. and wns employed ut VF Jennswenr, Inc. US u receiving supervisor. Mr. Kiser was a member of First BnplisI Church, grnduate of Dnvie High School, clnss of 1974, und grnduntc of Appuln- chiun Stute University with a bachelor’s degree with honors in business in 1978. He enjoyed golfing, visiting the NC Outer Bunks, bird wutching, college footbull, Inndscnping, nnd grow­ ing azaleas and rhododendrons. Survivors; his wife, Jill Bea­ ver Shnw Kiser; n daughter, Mary Ann Cemy Kiser; a son, Andrew Lacy Kiser, all of the home; a brother, Ted (Hope) Kiser of Mocksville; 2 uunts; nn uncle; mother-in-law, Sylvia Bcnvcr of Mocksville; u niece; und 4 nephews. A funeral service was held at 11 n.m. Saturday, Aug. 7, at Enton Funcrnl Chnpel. Burial wns in Rose Cemetery. Memorials; charity of donor’s choice. Annie B. Billings Mrs. Annie Beauchamp Bill­ ings, 86, of Winston-Salem, died Sunday, Aug. 8, 2004, at Ihe Kute B. Reynolds Hospicc Home. Shc was bom Feb. 14, 1919, in Davie County to Jimmy and Lula Orrell Benuchnmp. Mrs. Billings was preceded in deuth by her husband, Hnrdin Gentry Billings Jr., in 2001. Surviving; her sisler, Phyllis Lnird of Davie County; nnd a number of nieces and nephews. A graveside service wns held ul 11 u.m, Aug. 10, at Forsyth Memorinl Pnrk with Chnplnin Rennie Adcock officiuting. Memorials; Kate B. Rey­ nolds Hospice Home, 101 Hos­ pice Lanc, Winston-Snlem, 27103. Vicke Speaks Steele Vicke Speaks Steele, 46, died unexpectedly on Saturday, Aug. 7,2004. Mrs. Steele wns born in Yadkin County Sept. 8, 1957. Shc was the daughter of Marvin Speaks and the late Murvu Carson Speaks. She attended Pleasant Hill Baptist Church where she was involved in vari­ ous programs and activities. She was preceded in deuth by her husbund Darrell Steele. Survivors: a son, Deryl (Durei) Wilson of Virginia; a daughter Murciu (Steven) Wilks oflndinnn; 4 grandchildren; her grandmother, Julia Dnllon; 3 aunts; 6 uncles; severnl cousins; und niuny beloved friends. Arthur J. Gwynn Mr. Arthur J. Gwynn, 88, of Mocksville, died Monday, Aug. 9, 2004, nt Autumn Cure of Mocksvillc. He wos bom Murch 16,1916, in Carroll Counly, Va„ to James and Lillie Thomas Gwynn. Mr. Gwynn was preceded in death by a grandson, Dale Wiles. Survivors: 2 daughters, Wanda Sain and JoAnne An­ thony; a son, Arthur Gwynn; 4 grandchildren; 9 great-grand­ children; 2 sisters, Roxie Shousc and Sara Harrell; and several nieces and nephews. A graveside servicc was held al 1:30 p.m. Wednejiday, Aug. 11, at Salisbury National Cem­ etery. Jane M. Saunicr Jane M. Saunier died Aug. 6, 2004 at her home in Charioites- ville, Va. Survivors; her husband, Paul Saunicr Jr.; 5 children, Julia Saunier Smith of Oakton, Va;, Edward M. Saunier of North- field, Minn., Jane Hayden Saunier Brooks of Doylestown, Pa,, David M. Saunier of Charlottesville, and Paul 0. Saunicr of Forest, Va.; 8 grand­ children; and her sister, Dorothy Morris Hom of Mocksville. Mrs. Saunier was born Jane Hayden Morris in Mocksville, on April 19, 1927, the daughter of Edwin Cecil Morris and Dor­ othy Gaither Morris, Shc gradu­ aled from St. Mory's School in Raleigh in 1944, from Salem College in Winslon-Salem in 1948, and earned a master’s de­ gree in planning from the Uni­ versity of Virginin School of Architecture in Charlottesville in 1972. In 1985, she retired as se­ nior planner at the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission in Churiottesville, which serves the city and sur­ rounding counties. During her tenure there, she developed the organizational plans for JABA (Jefferson Area Board for Ag­ ing) and JAUNT (Jefferson Aren United Transportalion), and pinnned and oversaw the reha­ bilitation of the Scoitsville School to housing for the clderiy and the creation of two housing complexes for the elderly in Crozet. She wns stute president of Westminster Presbylerian Homes, and was un elder in Westminster Presbyterinn •Churoh in Charlottesville. In 1985, shc was on the founding bourd of direclors of Wesimin- sler-Cnntcrbury of the Blue Ridge in Albcmnrie County, to which she moved wilh her hus­ bnnd in 2000. In her 39 yeurs in Charlottesville, she hud been nctivc in many cultural and .ser­ vice orguni!;ations, including tlie Girl Scouts and the University League (now the Junior League), and served on the boards of directors of the Chnriotlesvillc United Way and the Northwest Virginia Health Systems Agency. A memorial service was held at Westminster Presbyterian Church. Burial was private. Memorials; Westminster Presbyterian, 250 Panlops Mt. Rd., Charlottesville, VA 22911; or Fellowship Fund of West- minsier-Cunterbury of the Blue Ridge, 190 Rugby Road, Chnriottesvyic, VA 22903. Erin Hope Martin Erin Hope Martin, 11, of Statesville died Aug. 2, 2004, ul Wake Forest University Baptist Medicnl Cen­ ler in Win­ slon-Salem. Erin was j born Feb. 4, 1993, in Iredell County, and was the daughter of ] Jeffrey Wnrd and Crystal Galliher Martin, who survive. She Ultended Cool Spring Elcmenlnry School where she wns n rising sixlh grader und wns a member of South River Buptisl Church. She enjoyed drawing, music, school, dolphins and karate, and was u cheerleader. Survivors: a sister, Hannah Martin, u brother, Andrew Martin, both of thc home; maternal grand- purents, Robert und Murguret Gnlliher of Stntesville; pnternnl grnndpiu-enls, Allen nnd Part Mar­ tin Jr, of Mocksville; aunts und uncles, Alan Murlin 111 und wife, Thea, Celeste Lyon and husband, John, Jerry Galliher, Allen Horton and Rhonda Hastings; several cousins: and family pets, Razz and Callie. Ascrvice to celebrate Brin’s life was held at 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 5 at Soulh River Baptist Church wilh the Rev. Hampton Drum of­ ficiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. Eric Davidson, Mark Carter, Howard Martin, Ed Brooks, David Johns, Marty Waugh, Hal Gibson and Lanc Pcurmun served ns pnll- benrers, Memorinls: Muke-A-Wish Foundntion of Central und West­ ern NC, Inlerstute Tower, 121 W. Trude, Suite 1600, Churlolte 28202; or lo Juson’s House, c/o Surfslde United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 14386, Surfslde Bench 29587. Brandon Lee Miller Brandon Lee Miller, 17, of Sulmons Roud, Mocksville, died Mondny, Aug. 2,2004, nt his resi­ dence. Bom in Forsyih County on June 12, 1987, he wus the son of Gary Miller and Vickie Lynn Wnller. Brnndon pinnned lo be n 10th grnder nt Dnvie High School, He wus of the Baptist faith, attended Fellowship Buptisl Church, nnd wns u member of the Sheffield- Calahaln Fire Depnrlment. Survivors: 3 brothers, Gernid Coby, Anlhony Doby nnd Jnniie Hudson, all of Mocksville: 2 sis­ ters, Crystnl Doby of Mocksville nnd Luuru Mills of Tcnnesseee, and his guardians, Grover nnd Mellssn Doby. Funerul services were held Fri­ day, Aug. 6 at 4 p.m. nt Fellow­ ship Bnplist Church with tlie Revs, Wnyne Swisher, Daniel Dillard and Wayne Rentz ofticiating. Pallbear­ ers were Adam Haynes, Joe Cook, Jason Lealherman, Gerald Doby, Anthony Doby and Allen Groce. Honorary pallbearers were Chad Dillard, Nicholas Dillnrd nnd members of the Sheffield-Cnlahnln Fire Department. Burial followed in Fanninglon Community Cem­ etery. Rosalie P. Harvey Mrs. Rosalie P. Harvey, 77, of, Bermuda Terrace (Meadow- brook of Davie) died Thursday, Aug. 5, 2(X)4, at Forsyih Medi­ cal Center. She was born July 16, 1927, in Forsyth County to James P. and Clara M. Powell. She was a member of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church. Mrs. Harvey was preceded in death by her parents nnd her hus­ band, Conrad E. Harvey Sr. Survivors: 2 daughters, Marie (George) James of Clemmons and Cecilia (Tim) Sloan of Mocksville; a son, Conrad (Sheryl) Harvey Jr. of Greensboro; 2 grnndchildrcn; tw2 0 siep-grandchildren; and a step-grcttl-grandchild. The funeral wns held al 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 9, at Vogler & Sons Main Street Funeral Home with burial following nt Pnrklawn Memorinl Pnrk. Father Conall McHugh ofriciatcd, Memorials: Storehouse for Jesus Building Fund, 464 Depot St., Mocksville. B o x w o o d P la n s R e v iv a l A n d H o m e c o m in g S e n / ic e s The annual homecoming service will be held at Boxwood Baptist Church on Sunday, with Pastor B.J.Milton conduct­ ing the 11 a.m. service. Dinner will be served al 1:30 p.m. The Rev. John W. Cade, pastor of Files Chapel Baptist Church in Lexington , along with his congregation, will be guest speakers at 3 p.m. The annual revival service will be held Monday-Friday nights al 7:30. The Rev. Arthur Heggins, pastor of Saint Luke Baptist Church in Salisbury, will be revivalist. The public is invited. R o n H a r r is o n T o S p e a k A t J e r u s a le m H o m e c o m in g Homecoming will be celebrated at Jerusalem Baptist Church on Aug. 15. Guest speaker will be South Yadkin As- sociational Missions Director Ron Harrison. Music will be by the Sounds of Faith quartet. Sunday School will begin at 9:15 a.m. and the combined worship service will start at 10:30 a.m. Lunch will be served in the fellowship hall immediately following the worship ser­ vice. The public is invited. A nursery will be provided for young children. H o l y C r o s s T o H o s t F a m i l y F u n D a y A u g . 1 5 Holy Cross Lutheran Church will hold a back to school fam­ ily fun day, Sunday, Aug. 15 from 4-6 p.m. The community is invited to Ihis event which'will feature volleyball, kickbail, sidewalk art and jump rope. Homemade ice cream and refreshments will be served. Holy Cross is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and is located on US 601 South in Mocksville. For more information contact the Rev. Bob Kasllng at 751-6181. C h r is t ia n W o m e n ’s C iu b s T o M e e t A t B e r m u d a R u n The two Christian Women’s Clubs of Winston-Salem will meet on Aug. 18 and 19 at Bermuda Run Country Club. The speaker will be Shirley Ryder of Front Royal, Va. She tells “How to Enjoy Peace Despite the Challenges of Life.” The theme for the luncheon on Wednesday is "Color Me Pretty.” Special feature will be Joyce Schmidt of Estee Lauder- Belk’s. There will be music by Sherry Wald. The brunch group will be meeting on Thursday. The theme will be “Summer Safety.” Shirley Dobbins will present a per­ sonal safety demonstration. Nikki Hinshaw, of NC School of the Arts, will provide the music. These meetings are open to the public, but reservations are required by Aug. 16. A free nursery is provided. The luncheon on Wednesday begins at 11:15 a.m. The cost is $ 12.25. Reser­ vations may be made by calling 659-7486. The brunch time on Thursday is 9:30-11:30 a.m. Reservations may be made by calling Pal 940-6885 or Aletha at 760-4253. The cost is $ 10.50. VALUABLE COUPON________ 1 I I1580 Yadkinville Rd. I Mocksville I ЗЗв-751-04Эв I DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12, 2004 ■ C7 b w k IB flA flfe l SPECIAL Kids Eat FREE BUFFET # A N Y T I M E A L L W E E K (ago 10 a Under) L im it 2 C liiid re n F R E E w ith P u rc iia s e o f 1 A d u lt B u ffe t (oiler expires Saturday, August 14,2004) ^ For Ffonciiim InlwmaJlon coll 1-800-244-13M • www.prtnoeirtofn.oom ^ 4 -H nt Make a World of Difference V O L U N T E E R S N E E D E D for N E W 4 - H C L U B S Information Session; S e p te m b e r 2 , 2 0 0 4 • 6 :3 0 P M County Office Building 180 South Main Street, Mocksville Learn About: • W h a t Is 4 -H • H o w 4 -H C lu b s F u n c tio n• E x p e cta tio n s o f C lu b Le a d e rs • H o w to g e t started• W h o Is g o in g to s u p p o rt y o u For more Informalion and to register contact:Tracy Carter, 4-H Agent N C m S S a 75i-6297Tracy_Carter@ncsu.edu P l e a s e A t t e n d T h e C h u r c h O f Y o u r C h o i c e No Creek Primlllve Baptist Church, 22Z Aubrey Merrell Rd.. Mocksville. Snd & 4lh Sundays, 10:30 a.m. Fourth Salurday worship and conference, 1:30 p.m. Paslor, Richard Kirby. Eagle Heights Church,10 a.m. Sunday worship, 7 p.m. Tuesday Powerllme, 6:30 p!m. Wednesdays. Bible sludy andAwanas. Casual dress, conlem-pornry muslc/worshlp. 5103 U.S. 1SB, Hillsdale. MooksvMIo Wesleyan Church: Hospital St., Sunday School, 9:<t5 a.m. Worship, 11. Wednesday Prnyer Meeting, 7 p.m. Rev. George Troyer. 751-5595.Union Chapel United Methodist Church: 2030 U.S. 601 N. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.: Worship, 11 a.m.. Paslor, Rev. Jim Sanders. Cenler United Methodist Churcti: U.S. 64 W. Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Worship. 11. Paslor. Slephen Blalt. 751-2754. Childcare direclors; Carla Prevette, 492-5735 & Sandra Aulry, 940-3763.Elbavllle United Melhodlst ChurchiN.C. 801, Advance. Fellowship, 9 a.m. Sunday School, 10. Wotshlp, 11. Kids For Chrlsl (agos 4-11), 1 si S 3rd Sun., 3-4:30 p.m. Teens for Christ (ages 12- 18) meet Sun., 5-6:30 p.m. Pastor: Rev. Karl Kelly. Cooleemee Church ol Qod: Sunday School, 10 n.m, Worship Service and Children's Churoh, 11 a.m. Tues. Prayer Meeting. 7 p.m. Wed. Family Service, 7 p.m. For more Info, call paslor Robert Huielle al 284-2180 or visit HWIKCOO/COff.Oip. Cornalzer United Melhodlst Church! 1244 Cornalzer Rd. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m., Rev. Kaye Frye, paslor. Bethel United Melhodlst Church: Bethel Church Rd. Worship, 9:45 a.m. Sunday School, 10:50 a.m. Rev. Ed Carter, paslor. Advance United Melhodlst Churoh: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. Youlh, 5 p.m. Rev. Harry D. Sammons.Oowntown Advance. Farmington United Msthodlsl Churoh: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. 1939 Farmlnglon Rd. 998-5569. Rev. Tommy Robertson, Oak Orove United Mothodlst Church: 1994 U.S. 158, Mocksville. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11. Concord United Methodist Churoh, Cherry Hill Rd., Mocksville. Worship: 11 a.m, Sunday School:10a.m. Youlh, 5 p,m, Paslor, Dr. Mark E. Evans. mnv.ConcordUMChurch.com Hardison United Methodist Churoh: Worship, 9:45 a.m. Sunday School, 10:45. Wonderful Wednes-days Children's program, 6-7:30. Pastor, Rov. Dennis B. Marshall. Community Baptist Churoh: Sunday School, to a.m. Sunday Worship, 11. Evening sorvlco, 8. Wednesdoy Bible Sludy, 7 p.m. Qladslono Road. Hillsdale United Melhodlst Church: 5228 U.S. 158, Advance. Sunday worship, 9 & 10:45 a.m. Adiill Classes, 10-10:45. Sunday Nlghl Live forjr, and sr. high youlh. Wonder Filled Wednesdays, lellowshlp meal ond proyer lime, 6:15-7:30. Small groups Ihroughul Iho week. For more Inlormalion, check the wobslle www.hlllsdaleumc.com, or call Ihe church olfice al 998-4020. Wesley Chapel United Melhodlst Church: Worship Sen/lce: 10 a.m. Sunday School: 10:45 a.m. Rev. Tommy Robertson. Pino Rd. Redland Penteooslal Holiness Churoh: Sunday School: 10 a.m. Worship: 11 a.m. Evening: 6:30. Wednesday prayer meellng & Bible sludy, 7:30 p.m. Rev. Joel Boyles. Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 1913 US 601 S. Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:15. Rev. Robert Kasllng. 751-5419. mvw.mlndspring. cott^'^hofycross/ Mocksville First Presbyterian Church. 261 S. Main SI. Worship: 11 a.m. Church School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday evening: Choristers (grades 1-5) & Youth (grades 6-12), 5:30 p.m. Paslor; Neal Carter. 751-2S07. Mocks United Methodist Church, oil N.C. 801 S. al Mocks Church/ Beau­ champ toads. Advance. Rov, Robert Symanskl. 996-5518, Sunday worship: 8:45 & 11 a,m, Sunday School: 10 a.m. Youlh groups, K-college. Youlh director: Bill Bradley, www.torrnirtlslry.corv/ гТООбтитс Smllh Qrove Melhodlst Church: 3492 U.S, 158, Mocksville. Poslor: Chris Clontz. Sunday School: 10 a.m., worship, 8:60 S 11. Children's mlnlslry. Before and afler school programs, 940- 5296. Hillsdale Boptist Churoh: Sunday Small Groups, 9 a.m.. Worship, 10:30 a.m; Wednesday Fellowship Meal, 6 p.m. Children's youlh activities, prayer meeting, 6:30 p.m. 940-6618. Minister of Music, Brent Hellon. 4815 U.S. 158, Advance. Fallh and Viclory Family Worahip Center, 1687 Hwy. 601 N. Sunday Services, 10 a.m., 7 p.m. Wednesday, 7 p.m. New Believers Ministries, 360 Railroad St., Mocksville. Sunday School, 10 a.m., worship, 11. Wednesday night Bible study, 7. Pastor Ellzabelh Mock. Assoc, paslor. Derrick Mock. 492-5566. Liberty United Methodist Church, U.S. 601 S. Worshlp:9:45 a.m. Sunday School: It a.m. Flrsl United Melhodlst Church ot Mooksvllle. Early Sunday Worchip Service, 8:50 a.m. Praise singing, casual dress, conlemporary formal. Traditional sorylce, 10:55 a.m. 305 N. Main SI. 751-2503. Pastors, Crystal Alexander and Donald W. Roulh, Believer's Sonshlp Tabernacle: Sunday worship, 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. wed. evening, 7. Paslor: Jerry L. Couch, 998-1324. Cana Rd. - Poller's Lano. Turrentine Baptist Church: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.. Worship. 11: Nlghl Sendee. 6. Pastor: Rev. Joe Smllh. Bethlehem United Melhodlst Church: Sunday eorly worship. 6:45 a.m.; Sunday School, 10. Worship, 11 a.m. Lighthouse Service, contemporary worship, Thursdays at 7:30 p m. 321 Redland Rd„ Advance, 998-5083. Fa*: 940-5502. E-Mall: olllcbolhumc@yadtel.net Episcopal Church ol Ihe Ascension, Fotk-Blxby Rd„ Advance, Sun. School, 10 a.m. Wotshlp, 11 a.m. 998-0857. Dial A Story Ministry lor children. Bill and Peggy Long of Advonce. 998-7716. Clement Grove Church ol Qod, Body ol Christ. 159 Parker Rd., Mocksville. 492-5125. Satuiday Services: Sabbaih School, 10 a.m.. Worship, 11:45. Wednesday Bible Study, 7 p.m. Pastor: Elder Ernest Ijames. Radio BroadcasI: Tho Bible Is Righl, Tuesdays, 5-5:30 p.m., WDSL 1520 AM and Sundays, 8- 8:30 a.m., WSTP 1490 AM. Green Meadows Baptist Churoh Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, It a,m„ 7 p,m, Wednesday Prayer & Bible Sludy, 7 p,m, Paslor Rev. MIchaol Waters, 998-3022. Liberty Wesleyan Churoh, 2106 Shollleld Rd„ Harmony, Sunday School 10 a,m„ Morn. Worship 11 a,m„ Wod, Bible Adventure 7 p,m„ Sr. Mlnlslry 2nd Tues. each monlh 10 a.m, 492-2963. Paslor: Ronald Lee. Bixby Presbylerian Church, 1806 Fotk-Blxby Rd., neat Cornatzer Rd., Sun. School 9:45 a.m.. Worship 11. Paator; Peter Pelerson, 998- 6813. Dulln United Methodist Churoh, 897 Dulln Rd„ Mockavllle, 998-5409, PaslOr; David Smllh, Sun School 10:30 a,m„ Worship 9:30 a,m. Cooieernee United Methodist, Main St., Sunday School, 10 a.m., Wotshlp, 11. Kids Kamp Sun. 5-6:30. Paslor: Rev. Parry Bradshaw (284- 6136) in Home Bibie Studies, by Randy Howell. 264-4667. Bear Creek Baptist Church, Bear Creek Ch. Rd., Sun. School 9:45 a,m„ Worship 11 a,m„ Bible Sludy Wed, 7 p,m. Rev. William Lee Cook III, pastor. Cooleemee First Bapllsl Church, 284 Marginal St., Sun. Bible Study 9:45 a.m.. Worship 11 a,m„ Eve, Worship 7 p.m., Wednesday prayer mealing, 7 p.m. Muslo minister, Regina Chandler. Dr. Tommy Register, paator. Mooksvllle Second Presbyterian, 400 Pine St. Sunday School, 8:30 a.m. Worship, 9:30. Only African-American Prasbyteilan chutch In Davie Counly. Rov. Thomas M. Leach.751-1410 SI. Francis ol Assisi, RC. Masses: Saturday Vigil, 5 p.m. Sunday, 8 and 10:30 a.m.. Spanish Mass, 12:30 p.m.; Wednesday evening Mass, 7. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 7:30 a.m, Masses, Rev. Andrew Draper, TOR, 751-2973. Farmlnglon Bapllsl Church, Sunday morning Bible study, classes for all agos, 10. Wotshlp; 11.1841 Farmlng-lon Rd.,5 miles Irom 1-40. Paslot; Scott Lyeriy. Chutch: 998-3826. Home; 998-6372, Blaise Baptist Church, Blaise Church Road, olf U.S, 601 N. at 1-40, Mocksville. 751-3639. Wotshlp, Sunday, 8:30 & 11 a.m.; Sunday School, 9:45 a.m, Sunday ovening, 7, Wednesday Bible study and mission programs lor all ages, 7 p,m. Pastor: Qlenn Sellers, Assoc, pastor, Ken Furches, mvw.blalsebapllst.org. Shiloh Baptist Church, 544 E. Depol St., Mocksville. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Motning worship: 11 a.m. 751- 0597. Paslor, Savalas R. Squire Sr. Fulton United Melhodlst Churoh, 3695 N.C. 601 S., Advance. Wotshlp; 9:45 o.m, Sunday School, 10:45 a.m. Fullon Youlh In Christ, Sundays, 5-6:30 p.m, Paslot: Rev. Neville Storey. Heaven Bound Full Gospel Church,U,S, 64 W„ Mocksville. (beside Cenler Fire Dept.). Sunday School, 10 .a.m.. Worship, 11. Sunday night praise/ worship, 6, Wednesday nlghl praise/ worship, 7, Paslor, James Ward, 996- 6394, First Baplisi Churoh, 390 N. Main St., Mocksville, across from public library, 751-5312, Contemporary worship service, 8:30 a,m, Sunday School for all ages, 9:45 a,m. Tradlllonal wotshlp service, 10:65 a.m. Fork Baptist Church, 3140 U.S, 64 E., Mocksville. Sunday School, 9:45, Worship service, 11 a.m., 6:30 p.m, Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Awanas, Sunday 6 p.m.998-8306. Cornalidr Baptist Churoh, 1372 Cornalzer Rd., Mocksville. Sunday School, 10 a.m,. Worship, 11; evening, 6:30; Awana'a Worship, >7 p.m, Wednosday evening, 7:30 p,m. New Union Methodist Churoh, 1869 Shellieid Rd,, al County Line Rd. Services: 8:30 a.m., contemporary worship wllh casual dross and refreshmenis: 9:45 a.m. Sunday School assembly. 10, Sunday School lot all ages, 11 a,m„ Worship, 492- 5367. Ilames Bapllsl Church, Shellieid Rd„ Mocksviiio, Sunday Schooi, 9:45 a,m„ worship, 11. Sundoy evening, 6, Wednesday, 7 p.m, Paslor, Tommy Foust,SI, John AME Zion Church, 145Campbell Rd,, Mocksvlllo. Sunday School, 9:30, Morning worship, It a,m. Pastor, George C, Banks. Advance First Baptist Church. 1936 N.C. 801 S. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11. Wednesday Bible Study/ mission groups, 7 p.m. Poslor;Marlin Kaslner. 996-6302. Church ol Qod ol Prophecy, 2323 U.S. 601 S., Mocksviiio. Sunday Schooi, 10а.m., worship, 11. Sunday evening, 6: Wednesday evening, 7. Paslot; Rev. Bobby Shlnaull. 719- 6565 or 284-2935. 'Victory Baptist Churoh, Midway St., Cooleemee. Sunday School, 10 a.m., worahip 11. Sunday evening, 6: Wednesday Awana/Youlh, 6:45 p.m.. Prayer & Blblo Sludy, 7. Rov. Shelby Harbour. 284-2077. Seventh Day Adventist Church, Milling Road, Mooksvllle. Sabbaih School, Saturday, 9:30-11: Worship, 11- noon. Paslor, Ron Davis. 751-3886. Macedonia Moravian Churoh, 700 N.C. 801 N., Advance. Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. 998-4394. Inlorim Paslor: Roger Kimball.Vadkin Valley Baplisi Churoh, 1324Yadkin Valloy Road, Advance. Paslor: Ronnie Craddock. 998-4331. Sunday School, 10 a.m., worahip, 11 & б. Wednesday Night Prayer meeting, 7:30, Live Sundays, WDSL 1520AM, 11- Noon. Mt. Zlon Holiness Churoh ol Qod, U.S. 64 E. al Mill St., Mooksvllle. Sunday School, 10 a.m., Motning Wotshlp, 11. Paslor: Bishop James Ijomes. Mt. SInal AME Zlon Church, 488 Peoples Creek Road, Advance. Sunday School, 9:46 a.m., worship, 11 a.m., Wednesday nlghl Bible study, 7. Dt. Olis B. Robinson St., pastor, 998-6231. Bixby Church ol the Living God. 2121 Cornatzer Rd., Advance. Pastor, Louise Hooker, 768-1606. Wotshlp, Sunday 10-11 a,m,,6p,m. Salem United Methodist Church, Salem Chutch Road oil Davie Academy Rd., 6 miles wesl of Mocksville. Worship, Sundays al 9:45 a.m, Sunday School, 10:45,UMW, second Wednesday, UMM llrst Sunday breakfast at 7:30, UMYF Sunday evenings. Rev. Stephen Blair. Piney Grove United Methodist Churoh, 376 Underpass Rd., Advance, Sunday School, 10 a.m., Wotshlp, 11. Paslor: Rev. Kendall C. Glover, 998-7316, New Jerusalem Apostolic Churoh, 291 Campbell Rd„ Mocksville, Paslor, Neltye liames-Batbet, 751 -0049, Sun. Sohooi, 10 a.m., Worahip 11. Wednesday night: Bible class. 7:30. Inlercessory prayer, 6 p.m. True Light Christian Ministries, at Davie Counly Public Library, Mocksville. Sunday School, 10 a.m., worahip, 11 .Founding paslor: Steven W, Dailop, Episcopal Churoh ol the Good Shepherd, Chutch & Cross sts„ Cooleemee. Worship, 9:30 a.m., fellowship hour afler chutch. Bible Sludy 2nd and 4lh Sundays alter chutch, PrIesI: Rev, Noah Howard. Jesus Lile Mission, Liberty Church Rd., Mocksville. Sunday School, 10a.m,, morning wotshlp, 11, Sunday evening at 6 and Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Paslor: Hilda Reavls. Mocksville Church ol God, 662 U.S. 64 E. (bealde Armory). 761-0817. Paslor: Larry Hollifield. Sunday School, 10 a.m., wotshlp, 11. Sunday evening, 6, Wednosday evening, 7. Jerusalem Baptist Churcii, 3203 US 601 S., Mocksville. 284-2328. Sunday servicos: 8:15 a.m., praise and worahip: 9:45, Sunday School.for all ages; 11, morning wotshlp; 7, evening worship. Wednesday sen/lces: 6 p.m., lamiiy lellowshlp meal: 7 p.m., TeamKID, Youlh 4 Chrlsl, Adull Bible Study. Nutsery lor Inlants and toddlers. Fellowship Baptist Church, 1084 Rainbow Rd„ Advance. 996-6544. Sunday School, 10 a.m., worship, 11, Sundays, 6 p.m. Wednesday service, 7 p.m. Thursday visilalion, 7 p.m, Paslot, Wayne Swisher, 492-7210. Smilh Grove AME Zion Churoh, 3707 Hwy. 158, Mocksville. Sundoy motning worhsip, 11, Sunday Schooi, 10 a.m. Rev. Frank Cornelius, paslot. Ealons Bapllat Church, 495 Ealons Church Rd,, Mocksvlllo. Sunday School, 10 a.m., worship, 11. Wednesday prayer meellng, 7:30 p.m, Paslot: Dt. David Gllbrealh. 996-6149. Abundant Lile Christian Victory Cenler, 117 E. Depol St., Mocksville. Paslor, Daniel Brown. 753-4453, Sunday Schooi, 9:45 a,m, Motning worship, 11.Lile Community Church, Sundays,10 a.m., Brock Petlotming Aria Center, North Main Sireel, Mockavllle. Contemporary style worship with Paslor Kevin Slewarl. 763-LIFE. Hop« Baptist Tabernacle, 2408 Hwy, 168, Mockavllle. 998-3616. Worship,11 a.m., Sunday School, 10 a.m. p.m. Wednesday, 7 p.m.. AWANA children and teens, adults, prayer meeting and Bible sludy. East Davie Baptist Churoh, Bermuda Quay Shopping Cenler, S397 U.S, 156, Advance. Sundays, 0:30, Bible sludy for ail agea; 10:45, morning worahip: 6, Sunday evening sen/lce, Wednesdays, 7 p,m„ Bible Sludy and Prayer Servlca. Pastor, Max T. Furr. Youlh, children and music, Jeremy Amlck. 998-5584, Life Communily Churoh, Days Inn, Madison Road, Mocksville. Sen/lces Sunday, 10 a.m. Call Kevin Slewarl, pastor, about Wednesday evening Ille groups, 753-5433. Malnvllle AME Zlon Church, 210 Main Chutch Road, Mocksville, Sun­ day School, 10 a,m„ worship, 11, Bible Sludy, Wednesday, 7 p,m. Pas­tor: Rev, Robert H, Bailey,Bailey's Chapel United Methodist Church, Bailey's Chapel Road, Ad­vance, Sunday School, 10 a,m„ Wor­ ship 11 a.m. Pastor. Hev.Novllle Storey.. Support These Local Businesses W.G. WHITE & C 0 . 850 N, Trade St, Winston Salem, NC 27102 336-723-1669 VCÆ LER A-SONS ш ю т г ш т п г 2849 Middle Brook Dr. Clemmons, NC 27012 336-.76fi-1714- SEAFORD LUMBER COMPANY Jericho Road Mocksville, NC 27028 336-751-5148 SHEFFIELD LUMBER & PALLET CO. 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Commander Ryman Shoaf suits up for another flight on an F-3B. > Photo by Petty Officer Joshua Karsten Davidson County Community College Davie Mocksvllle, North Carolina C a m p u s TO ENROLL call 3 3 6 . 7 S 1 . 2 8 8 S Do You Have an Interest in E a r ly C h ild h o o d E d u c a t io n . . . the study of nurturing and teaching young children? i a d a y s 'C7iildrcd If so, C la s s e s B e g in A u g u s t 1 9 ‘^ on the Davie Campus of Davidson County Community College Early Childhood Credential I EDU 111 • Monday evenings - 6:00 p.m. - 8:40 p.m. Cjoe/? to all adutls Interested tn an Eariy 0)Hdhood career. Child Guidance EDU 14« 'niesday Bt Thursday afternoons 12:30 p.m. ■ 2:10 p.m. Child Development! EDU 144 Tliesday evenings - 6:00 p.m, - 8:40 p.m. Curriculum Planning EDU 259 ■Riesday evenings • 6:00 p.m. - 8:40 p.m. Students In these courses must: • Submit a tx:cc application • Complete a skills assessment and achieve acceptable scores • Complete required pre-requisite courses Completion of these courses awards credit toward the Associate In Applied Science Degree In Early Childhood. Selected courses also count toward the Early Childhood certificate and/or diploma. DavMson County . С ш пш ий Н у C olkv Davie Campus • 1205 Salisbury Road • Mocksvllle, NC 27028 ac ro ss the street from D avie C ounty High School www.davldson.cc.nc.us DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2004 - D1 Junior Master Gardeners learn creei< ecology with help from Fred Alexander, Davie County Soil and Water Con­ servation District director. 2004 Junior Master Gardeners, from ieft, starting in baclc Douglas Brown, Brandon Chandler, Robert Daniel, Amy Trexier, Candice Shrewsbury, Jacob Wood, Wesley Myers, Caitlin Tutterow, Ashley Waller, Benjamin Brocl<, Alii Dyer, Jill Duffner, Devinn Lawson, Maddie Myers, Lydia Stonehouse, Olivia Harvel, Jakob Davenport, Heather Kimel, Taylor Baity, David Slate, Ian Simmons, Brianna Eichhorn, Benjamin Horner, Cameron Becl< and Stephen Daniel. : • Getting Dirty J r . i y i a s t e r G a r d e n e r s L e a r n Davle'/'d'd^ty Extension Mu.ster Gil^enfcrs unti 4-H joined forccs 'to; liold third annual J\|niojv f/fnstcr'Oaidcncr Day Cilpijj'in July. ■ The Junior Muster Gardener profli-am li; n(pdolod afior the ^|làst«r^.l^|arУ¿tó^^^ and ' o^ersjilb;;li<:'i(l(urfll and cnvli>0^^^^ ШУùctttjòn: for kids -, hin and cre- Y ¡¡¡¡Jins ir week-long day camp open to third through sixth grad­ ers offered by Duvie Counly Co­ operativo Extension Master Gui^ dencr Volunteers, The children began each dny at Rich Park, where they moni­ tored Ihcir compost pile und re­ ceived further ¡nstnictions for the dny. From there they visited vari­ ous placcs, including the RlverPurk In Cooli^cnice,' Viil- can’.'i Project Wild .Bducatlpnal. Site and Tunglewodd Arboretum and Children’s,pii'rden. there is: ilfommurilly seWice component in the junior Master Gardener program, so nt each of those sites Ihe cHlldrcn provided sonie type of volunteer work, from mulch­ ing ul the Children’s Ourden lo pluming wildflowers ul the RiverPark. - A n d ; W o r l < - A t D a y C a m p When th?,, children were not' working, thdy were making llieir own plapterboxes, bird feeders, bug repclliiiit and even sulsa. i Rebckah- Brown,' Master Gardemcr vice presidçntii saieb "Tho, salsa wus ii noW. addition to Ihe cam|j this yeiir, Wc tpok- . the,childrc^,to,a^t6mh (p ure always camp favorites, but ,pick'lo^jbest aiid ^ you would be surprised how •• the^inakc!lh<Ssillsafor'ofl^ many of the kids suy they en We woiïtcd to reinforce the i)alue of itnd fresh jp'roduce'to'fe- miAd the chlldrei\ that this Is where our food supply storts,” The week ended with a gradu­ ation ceremony und cookoul for ull the volunteers, parents and children, Jo Ann Lester, Master Gar­ dener president, slulcd: "The cnmp is u lol of hnrd work, bul it is worth il when you reulize how much Ihe children upprc- elate your efforts. The nature walk, creek stomp and fishing , . « V ; . '•w t' ,.t'v ,, '--4 joy digging, mulching or push­ ing a wheelbarrow.” For more information on the Junior Master Ourdoner or Master Gardener programs, contact David Ciooperalive Ex­ tension at 751-6297. Mary Ferguson, Master Gardener, helps these guys chop cilantro for salsa. Ш s.t Au> ,riT f k ' â л'.'’.'.' J M Ì Master Gardeners puijií,Foster, Lynetíj&IPpík'and Tess Telón teach the i<ids how to mal<e salsa. Master Gardener Jo Arih Lé'áter denrionstratès how to make pine cone birdfeeders. \ r Hard at work, Junior Master Gardeners spread mulch at Tanglewood,Junior Gardeners add perennials to the landscape at Center Community Building, .. . . ^ 7 - - D2 ■ DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Tliursduy, Aug. 12,2004 Technology Needs Grow, While Funding Decreases It’s u.stiinutcd Ihat in 10 years,every job will require ihe use of technology. Since 1995, the slate hus cul funding for technology for each child by $30. In 1995, the stale budgeted $37 per child for technology. This year it budgeted $3.65. When Davie County raises the money needed to meet the Mebane Challenge during the campaign Ihis fall, the schools will be given the opportunity to request specific technology, depending on specific needs. One of the most likely requests, according to teachers from Davie High School, will be for graphic calculators or PDAs with graphic calculator capa-bilities. “Today, there are students ut Davie High taking our college preparatory offerings who don't have their own graphics EMPOWERING OUR CHILDREN T M R 0>U G H T E С H N О L О G V calcu-lator. The school docs not have enough calculators to mcel Ihe demand. Funding for this program would certainly be a wonderful windfall’, suid DHS math department chair, Kathy Pegram. “The school’s calculators are used in the classrooms und students huve not been uble to take them home. The rental progrnin, which is being created by the math department, will greatly enhance their learning,” she said. “Having the graphics calculators in hand at home, as well ns at school, would help the students to gain a clearer understanding of topics understudy.” Davie High Science teacher. Elizabeth Bustle added, “the school has some calculators that students could use during class. But there aren’t enough of them to let Ihe students take them home at nighl, making it difficult for a student to do her physics homework. By in­ creasing the number of calcu­ lators available, classes would be morc accessible to students who lack the funds to buy the needed supplies.” Graphic calculators nre one of the things the Mebune Challenge Grant will provide students. It can only happen if Davie County pulls together this fall to raise the S1.5 million necessary to meet the chnllcnge grunt requirements to receive the additional $750,000. D a v i e S c h o o l s A c c o u n t a b i l i t y R a t i n g s Schooi Growth % Proficient Status Cooleemee High 86.4 Schooi of Dislinolion Comatzer High 85.9 Schooi of Distinction ' Mocksville High 94.5 Honor School of Excellence Pinebrook Expected 93.8 School of Excellence Shady Grove Expected 95.7 Schooi of Excellence William R. Davle High 84.5 Schooi of Distinction North Davie High 95.1 Honor School ol Excellence South Davle Not Mat 89,6 No Recognition Davie County High Expected 80,0 Schooi of Distinction Davie Schools Making Strides In l\/leeting Accountability Goals 11 Earn Western Carolina Degrees Eleven Davie students were awarded degrees from Western Carolina University following the spring semester. Monica Suzanne Bowmun of Advnncc earned a bachelor’s degree in social work. Scott Allen Frazier of Ber­ muda Run earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing. Ryan Alan Dume.s of Mocks­ villc earned a bachelor’s degree in parks and recrcation manage­ ment, Shuwn Seuger Brooks of Mocksvillc earned a bachelor’s degree with honors in nursing. Mitchell Edward Garner of Mocksville earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing. • Shelby Jasoii Harbour of Mocksville earned a master’s degree in business ndministra- ^ lion, Kelly Wayne Hill of Mocks- ; ville earned u bachelor’s degree W atkins P a s s e s M aryland B a r • Oa June 15, Jennifer L. Watkins was admitted lo practice law in Maryland upon her passing of the Febru­ ary Bar Ex­ amination. Watkins received her law de­ gree from Wntkln.s (he Univer­ sily of Bal­ timore School of Law, and she rcceived her bachelor’s degree in political science from ihe Uni­ versity of North Carolina al Chapel Hill. Walkins will be employed as an associate attor­ ney at Anderson & Quinn L.L.C. in Rockville, Md. A 1996 graduate of Davie High School, Watkins is the daughter of Mamie Sales Watkins and the lale George Louis Walkins of Mocksville. Ä in industrial distribution. Duslin Michael Keaton of Mocksville earned a bachelor’s degree in clinical laboratory sci­ ences. John Andrew Martin of Mock.sville earned a bachelor's degree in political science. Six Earn Receive Degrees From ECU Six Davie residents were awarded degrees from East Carolina University following the spring semester. Melissa Ball earned a bachelor’s degree in family community services. John Habeggar earned a bachelor’s degree in manuge- nient of recreation facilities. Timothy Potts earned a bachelor’s degree with honors in construction manugement. Ashley Quinn earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal ju.stice, Bedford Teague earned a bachelor’s of business admin­ istration degree in decision sciences, Christopher Wensil earned u bachelor’s degree in psy­ chology, Mocksville Student Honored Megan Elizabeth Jacobs of Mocksvillc, daughter of Mr, und Mrs. Paul Jacobs, was named lo Ihc spring semester academic dean's lisl at Converse College in Spartanburg, S.C, Davle Schools Student Holidays Sept. 6 Labor Day HolitJay Oct. 14 Early Release Oct. 15,18 Professional Days Nov. 11 Professional Day Nov. 24-26 Tlianksgiving Holidays Dec. 22-Jan. 4 Christmas Holidays Jan. 17 t\/Iartin Luther King Jr. Holiday March 10 Early Release March 11 Professional Day March 25-April 1 Spring Vacation May 20 Last Day For Students Inclement Weather Make-Up Dates: Jan. 4, Dec. 22, May 23, May 24, May 25, May 26, May 27 Jerrine Emily Peeler of Mocksville earned a bachelor’s degree in nalural resource man­ ugement. Kathryn Ellse Whilaker earned a bachelor's degree wilh honors in interior design. Once aguin, Davie County Schools continues to make greal strides with the accountability models, ABCs of Education and annual yearly progress (AYP), Mocksville Elementary and North Davie Middle have been recognized as Honor Schools of Excellcncc. This is the first year of this category in the ABCs, An Honor- School of Excellence is a .school thut hns made high growih in the ABCs, hus 90 percent or moro of its students performing nt or nbove grnde level, and has met AYP. Davie High is a School of Distinction for the first time. A School of Distinction is a school that has 80 percent or more of ils students performing nt or above grade level, i.e. proficient. Although South Dnvic Middle School did not meet overall expected growth, as defined by Ihe ABCs necountu- bility pinn, the school hnd high growth in sixth and eighth grnde mnth. Growth for students in 6th through Sth grnde reading wns an average of 1.4 points lower thun expected, Growih for stiidents in seventh grade math wns eight tenths of a point lower than expected. The performance composite for South Davie, the percent of students performing at or above grade level, has grown steadily since the inception of the ABCs and is just below 90 percent. Family Life Classes Topic Parents of students grades 5- 9, and parents of fourth grade girls, nre invited to an evening lo review materials lhal will be used in the abstinence-based family life classes in the Davie County Schools. Time will be allowed lo ad- dre.ss questions, .suggestions or concerns about the program. Members of the Dnvie County School Health Team will be present to explain the content of the program. The meeting will be held ul 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 17 in the board room ut Central Davie Education Cenler, 220 Campbel I Road, Mocksville. Agent On Duty 2Ф-7 Call (336)751-3538 or visit www.howardrealty.com HOWARD K E A L ÏY 3 3 0 s . S a lis b u ry S t. M o c k s v ille Hours: Mondny-Frlday 8-6 Snturdny *>-12, Sund.iy By Appi. Ж И H w y. 158 L E S S T H A N 6 M O S . O L D !! 3+/- secludod acres with 2BR, 1.5ВЛ, 1,392+/-sf, all applinncos, slorago bldg.PRIVATEI$149,900 005 N. Main St. 3QR. 2BA. 316+/- acres, vrtth 100W-ocios laim, 3BR. 2BA, out' suoam ond pond $2,528,000. bidgs., crook. $549,000. 70»/-ac, hofso farm. 2300sl. homo (no Now «wstmctton. Too many gfeal valuo jivcn) Call Maiy $453,000. Ih lo lisll 4ВЯ, ЗВА. $324,000. 229 V/ANOERINCi LANE 4 &lac:, bofdcfs Dulchman Crook, 3BR, Spacious 4BR, 3.5ВЛ, 2FP's. Cornor 2BA, many amemtiesl $299,900. lol In Garden Valloy. $274,900 Spacious 4BR, 3 5BA. PP. foncod back yard, $259,000 Hatmony-30R. 2BA. 29 20 ааоэ,(3 ЗВП, 2.5DA, now windows, enctosod Historic 4ВП. 2BA on 2.36 acros in fonccd), 1 ac, pond, barn $212,500 porch, oxc. locatioo $164,900. groai Iocallon. $159,900. rernodetod 30R, 2BA, on appnc. S Ш09 (2 toncod) $144,900. .164 HiCKony Drive 2 slory, 2200 sq. fl. Iromondous Woll kopi 3QR, 2BA. eoKor pays Cozy 3QH. 20A on I aero. All appliances, valuolFP,gazobo. $144,900. $2.50^lowardsc/c. $132,500. AMUSTSEEI$129,900. Twlnbrook, 3BR. 2BA, FP. Gfoal opon floor plan! $125,000. 0 7 E rw in S t r e e t dommons 3DR. 2BA. many amoniiios. All appliancos. $112,500. 3BR, IBA. 2+Л ncfOS, soma foncod 3BR, 2BA, 5.5 ncfos, groal mini area, updates $109,900. larm. $107,500. Unique L-shapod, 3QR, 2BA. sunroom, don, ottico, 2 garages.,. $105,000, Extra cloan, mony updatosi 3BH, 1.SBA Ktovo fight in! $99,900. Gfoal Slartorl 3BR. 2BA wilh largo Homo Warrnniy. ЗВП. 2BA. slono FP. Spacious 2DR, 1 BA. DR, Sunroom, Almost new 3BR, 2BA, FP. all 2BR2BA105+Aacro^^ dock onl/2ncro, $99,800. $2,500carpol allow $98,500. Ml basomonll $89,900. appltancos on .96 ac, $89,900 nppli'ancos,’ $89,900 2 5 3 M a in S t r e e t READY TO MOVE IN!t An appiiancos 3BR, 1.5BA on .40 ac. Curronlly Groal 2BR, 2BA upper condo’ In 3BR. ЙВА, 1,98 acres loncod, ЗВП. t,50A, remainl!3BR.2BA $88,900. boing updalod. $84,900. Clemmons, overlooking pool, $81,500 socludod & privato, $81,000, now plumb comp updalod $66 900 392 Michael's Road зеп. 2DA, (»loYtido Ш I oc., Al Spacious 3BR, ША, Cooloomoo, Easemont onlo back o( piopoity. 1 Bedroom, l Balh сонадо wilh nico ZBR IBA on ¿ 4 'ncro lol einn »piitaxea.BetMUxvato $59,900 updalodelod. $58,000, 2 Bedtooma, 1 Balh. $51,900, fmni porch. $41,900, sold "ns is- $35,000, ЛУЛМ a h i 1 1,0 I S AND I.AND AN D R l N l AI 1’ КОГЬК I II .S Cltid«l Road.........Hwy. 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Daniel Road.......Uoblli Home Lot, Qun Club Road,..,МоЫ e Home, Qun Club Road.......174hekoiySl, Cooleemee...........1l3Mitabree2e,S17CHwy.lS8...7339 liwboi... 125 P/M 225 P/M 475 РЛД SOOP/W (SO P/M WOP/M 500 P/U DAVIK COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,l'Iiursday, Aug. 12,2004 ■ D3 Mocksville: 3 3 6 -7 5 1 -9 4 0 0 T O L L F R E E 1 -8 0 0 -5 3 9 -3 3 8 3 Advance/Clemmons: 3 3 6 -9 9 8 -8 9 0 0 T O L L F R E E 1 -8 8 8 -8 2 8 -2 2 3 4 www.penningtonrealty.com щ www.janicemac.com 'm u L s ì A r e l i b u T h i i i k i i i g A b o u t S e n i n g l ^ u r H o m e ? — Certified Residential Specialist— J a n ic e M c D a n ie l h o ld s h e r C R S d e s ig n a tio n . C a ll o r E -M a il J a n ic e fo r a F R E E M A R K E T A N A L Y S IS a n d F R E E B R O C H U R E O F T H E W E E K “IS M Y H O M E R E A D Y T O S E L L ? ” w ith 8 h e lp fu l h in ts . ja n ic e m a c @ p e n n in g to n re a lty .c o m 10.32 Acres o ff Redwood Drive $52,500 Toialiy wooded • offerlnn privacy and sccluslon yet easily acccsslbic to schools, stropping, minutes to downtown MockivHIo and all other necessities. Call for all details, Deadm on R oad«$89,900 Formerly Community Grocery ■ Road frontage on 2 roads, corncr of Deadmon atul Will Ooone Road.Could be a beauty stiop, nail wlon.oiRccor business. Zoned commercial. Make It your own, r u n IC iH 1 m w r n n i! \ — c .s .ч “», ■^“L. fe .3 S L ^__________ ^105,500 Clemmons • Quiet, private, one-level living. Condo with privacy fence, within watkinn distance to grocery & other shopping. 2BR. 20A gas log fireplace. All appliances remain. 168 H am ilton Court • $182,000 Golf course view w/BRCC membership Included.Italian tile flooring In kitchen. Ig master suite & bath. Great room w/gas log fireplace, sunroom, ЗВП, 2BA. 2 Й sTjm mlt Drive • i l i i s o o Great open floor plan with large rooms. 3DR, 2ВА brick/vlnyl ranch wllh many custom features Including wood floors A пыр1е cabinets, Gie.M community. 239G roenl . . Cape Cod style home In beautiful country - ,2UA lister 'ired storage building, 12x24 deck. Large eat-in kitchen. setting wilh gorgeous f)ardwoods.4DR, 2 ап(Г5th bedroom or playroom, Master bedroom on main. 2<1x 13 wired storaa« Undefconslnictlon.4ÜR,3ÜA, split foyer In wonderful new neighborhood.Town wator and sewer. Less than 5 minutes to 1-40. Make your purchase now and choosc your colors. 1514 Janlta Drive • $121,000 WInston-Salern • Beautiful new Cape Cod with 4DR, 2BA. Master BR on main or upper level.Lovely kitchen w/dining area & siloing <loor to deck which overlooks nalural backyard area.Priced to sellll 730 R obbins Perch ТгаИ • $216,500 Spacious 3BR. 20A ranch near completion. Absolutely gorgeous home. Larne lot In desirable Kemersville subdlvislon.MOA w/ garden tub & separate shower. Breakfasi rm w/bay window. Study/office. U A W U I . 44B Avon Street * $104,900 In town location. Brick ranch situated on nicely landscaped lot. 3BR, IBA wllh fenced backyard and storage building. 248 S um m it Drivo • $118,500 Familiar ranch with new modern look. Split bedroom plan with privacy for the entire family. 3BR. 2BA, rocking chair front porch. Buy now and hcoose your colors, 100% financing available to qualified buyers. 145 Old O akLano*$119,900 Very nice home on 3.5 acres! ('rlvale, nwstly wood.;d w/pond A 2 springs. 3BR.2BA w/ nice kitchen, lots of cabinets & formal OR. Motivated seller. 103 Mftta Br«M« Lane • $118,500 Great refurbished 1.5 story home.4BR,20A with 2-cat garage, partially fenced back yard, new windows, new doors, new nardwood & carpel. AH new kitchen. 780 Conestoga Trail *$137,500 Charming 2 story home wllh 30R,2.5BA In Walkertown area.Fireplace In living room, hardwood floors, deck, 2 car attached garage, ferKed yatd and storage bundling. 433 N orth M ain St *$149,900Wonderful downtown iocallon In Historic Mocksville, Convenient to library, YMCA, shopping, arts center. 3ÜR. 2ВЛ, vmdatcd witli beautiful hardwood floors A large private deck. 3090 Hwy 64 East * $79,900 Beautiful updated 2BR, IBA cottage nestled In shaded country setting. Detaciied gaiane with large 5 room 2-story storage buTltling. Concrete dog lot with tiouse. 400 Salisbury Street * $164,900Mocksville's Historic DistrlctI 100 yr old home w/soaring ceilings & Ig rooms orig. beadbrd. hdwd lirs. 2D/S, gas heat/cent air, enclosed back porch, garage with storage. Ì lil i .... 144 H ickory Tre« Road * $84,90030R, 1.5BA home In move-in condltloni Many recent updates, all appliances stay, fenced yard, paved drive, quiet conmiunlty. Great starter home or Investment property. 191 No Creek Road * $99,500Lovely cottage nestled among pecan ■..........................31, beaautlfullyoichaid. Laiqe,levelcorncrloi,i.............,landscaped, circle drive. Lg outbldg w/ parking. Updatesreflnlstxed hardwoods, paint, updated balh. Agent related to owner. 4009 H wy 158 *$39,900 Advance • Older home needing renovation situated on I tacre,parll«illv wooded. Wonderful location In eastern Davle Counly. 130 U nderpasi Road • $197,500 Histoilc 2 stoty honw ir\ AdvnrKe.lots of toom lot fiimily wAlRli 2DA living room & (Ion & 2 bonus orchw/ ^ . inarea, School. ил l ì 819 Sheffield Road *$74,900 Jusl across the line In Iredell County. 3 l)edroom, 2 bath home with new paint and carpel. Large back yard with storage bundling. 125 Scotland Ridge Dr * $149,000Winston-Salem - open 8« inviting ranch wllh 9'celllngs throughout. Largo walk-in closet In MQR, separate tub & shower.Great family neighborhood witli playground. 2847 Am ber Lane *$55,000 WALKERTOWN • Lots of room lo roam on over 5 acrcs of landi Located Just outside of Walkettown.Convenlem to Winston-Salem, Greensboro & High Point. 234 Lols Lane *$79,900New cottage under consiiuctlon.Cozy, quaint brick (lelaway In <|ulet hide-away. All appliances slay. 124 Charleston Ridge D r • $134,900 Like new home In an excellent location with 3 liedrooms, 2 baths and a 2 car garane.Cathedrai ceiling and bay window In the groat room. T h e J a n i c e i V l a c l ë a m — L i s t e n s - C a r e s - G i i i d e s Janice McDaniel 909-0747 Janie Minton 971-8787 Glen Stanley 650-5172 Ш Teresa Scarlett 918-9802 655-0084 i i Jarrctt Bailey 998-8900 Steve Leslie 813-5686 Jackie Coulston 751-940« O p e n H o u s e • S u n d a y , (Steeling P uce Register for $5 Grand In Hand 3:30 p.m. - Drawing with Builder for Color TV B e a u t i f u l T o w n h o m e C o m m u n i t y • Convenient to 1-40 • Within walking distance to Post Office & WalMart • 1 & 2 Level Duplexes -1 Level Triplexes • Sunroom Directions: 1-40 West to Exit 170, Left on Hwy. 601 South, Left on Cotinlry Lane. Entrance on Left. A u g u s t 1 5 • 2 - 4 р ж N o r t h R i d g e Í“ -V. Register for $5 Grand In Hand “ ;i 3:30 p.m. - Drawing with iis! Pennington Agents for Color TV r W o n d e r f u lly C o n v e n i e n t M o c k s v i l l e L o c a t i o n • 3 Bedroom, 2 Baths • Land/Home Packages Available • Town Water & Sewer Available Directions: 1-40 West to Exit 170, Left on Hwy. 60! South, Left on Coiintry Lcine, Ri^ht on Campbell Koad, Rii>ht Inlo North Ridge. D4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD.Thursday. Aug. 12.2004 Family members and classmates at the surprise birthday celebration. A b s o lu t e R e a l E s ta te . O e m m o n s /D a v le Co. O ffic e • 3 3 6 -7 1 4 -4 4 0 0 • 8 7 7 -3 7 1 -5 8 2 2 81Ó5 Dull Roud 5435,900 Sandy Dyson 5645 Shamrock Glen Lane 5980,000 Andreo Suggs 120 Covington Drive 5183,900 Laura Vines 791 Grinnell Street 5147,900 Gloria Motthews 585 Oak Valley Blvd 5410,000 Bev Supple 1526 Peoples Creek Road 5486,000 Laura Vines 7041 Kenbfidge Drive 5159,900 Lauro Vines 3010 Deercroft Lone 5347,500 Kristina Forre 808 Yakima Ct 5134,900 Andrea Suggs 1205 Cone Ridge Lane 5187,900 Chery-I Fink 199 Pembrooke 5124,900 Kathy Phillips Hwy ( 5159,900 Gloria Matlhews 4021 V/hirla«oy Ct. 579,900 Andreo S^ggs 12 Stonegate @ Viltage Grove 5209,900 Sherri Coronn, ABR 38 Bermuda Run West 5413,900 Sherri Coram, ABR *r^teo;i444li n i i t v frobb'« Mertdenhoiil nU4l$ Sfod K^tef ;U 4 4 |; &'елпа Follín ;(44(М Cheryl Pink m 14« Dofoihy Holl I Clofio Ouckworrh П4 4<n Glorío Monhe«r* IU44W Jerry Swpplefu-nniCoîhy Phillip* Krrtfifto Forrell IU44ÍT to tro Vir»ei М444П I M oddoleno A^rtoR I 714 442; Pot Kirv>om< ;i7usé Sortdro Hedrkk 34J-λ! Sofkdro Johntoo 7144Ш Sandy Oyion ì V t i ì i Sherri Coromm wif Prudentialwww.prudentialcarolinas.com __AnJnd»¿enden^owned^nd_0£arote^ °Prudenliol 8eol Еяое! Affiliotet, Inc. Linda Williams Drane wilh her classmates from 1965, from left: front - Dean Allen, Jean Harpe, Velda Ivlodlin, Sara ScoU; back - Larry Baity, Spurgeon Foster, Harold Cassidy. Ken Boger, Sharon Boger, Jerri Cozarl and Janet Bates. Class Of ‘65 Honors Woman On Birthday Linda W illiams Drane's Davie High Scliool 1965 classniatc.s helped her cel- ebrale her 57ih birthday on July i I wilh a surprise party at tX'ano’s BBQ in Mocks­ ville. Owner Dean Allen was one of the cla.s.smaies. Tlie party was held on Sunda\. Aug. 1. wilh bart>ecue and birthday cake, Alsocelebratinj: were Dranc'.s children, Tara Beckner and her husband Mark, and their two children. Peter Drane, her son, was prc.sent wilh his son, Joshua. Her two sisters, Shelby Holt and Jeanette Ridenhour. came wilh Iheir husbands and t-inda’s brother, Kenny Williams. Jean Harpe said that "Linda always has a smil and a goixl sense of humor." Dean Allen asked her to the senior pro. Kim Crowley, Joshua Crowley, Thomas Lattimore, Ben Calhoun, Casey Crowley, Wayne Huddleston at the 4-H Electric Congress. 4 -Hers Attend Electric Congress W ILM IN G TO N - Davie County 4-H club members Ben Calhoun, Casey C row ley. Joshua Crowley and Thomas Lattimore attended the 4-H Elec­ tric Congress al UNC- Wllmington July 12-14. They were part of a delega­ tion of 190 4-Hers from 45 coun­ tics who won e\penscs-paid trips lo the Ihree-day Congress for Iheir 4-H electric projcct achievemenls. The 4-H electric energy pro­ gram is one of the most popular activities among 4-Hers. Since 1947, three power companies - Progress Energy, Duke Power and Dominion North Carolina Power - have sponsored Ihe an­ nual 4-H Electric Congress to emphasize energy conservation and safe electricity use. The North Carolina Coopera­ tive Extension Scrvicc al North Carolina Slate Universily also sponsors the Congress. Casey and Joshua Crowley are the children o f John and Kim C row ley o f M ocksville: Calhoun is the son of Penny and George Calhoun o f Cooleemee: Lattimore is the son of Elizabeth and Don Lattimore o f Salisbury. Wayne Huddleston is agricul­ tural engineer for Duke Power. C h ild c a re P ro v id e rs T a lcin g A d v a n ta g e O f D C C C C o u rs e s Davie County childcare providers are laking advantage of efforts by Davidson County Com m unily College to help Ihem improve the quality o f childcare, according to Judy Zimmerman, who chairs the Human Services Division of the collegc. For many preschool teachers w orking in the fie ld , their professional development helps prepare the children in their carc for academic success. "The college is w orking collaboralively with child care providers in Davie Counly to offer courses needed by providers who wanl lo earn a certificate, diploma or our two- year, associate in applied science degree," Zimmerman said, “ For fall scmesler, four courses are offered on the Davie Campus and additional courses are planned for spring semester." Fall classes begin Aug. 19 at Ihc Davie Campus located across the sireel from Davie High School on Highway 601 in Mocksvillc. Zimmerman said research consistently shows that increased education of childcare providers is one o f Ihe most critical elements in improving the quality of childcare. "When children are placed in childcare facilities wilh teachers who have education beyond high school, the outcomes for children increase. Whal this means is that children are nurtured and taught by teachers who understand the importance of development and leaching so Ihey plan preschool programs Ihal meel the individual needs of the children in the clnss rather than expecting every child to be the same. This leads to increased academic success for children by helping them leam how to learn before they enter kindergarten,’’ said Zimmerman. Local childcare providers have been responsive lo DCCC’s efforts 10 offer courses lo assist preschool icachers who wanl lo continue working and attend college classes. Some classes are offered Iwo aflernoons each week when some providers cun lake a lunch break. Olher courscs arc offered in Ihe evening, mecling only one REDUCED TO $1 1 5 , 0 0 0 J f f i j k , 5127 Hwy. 601 N. 3BR, 3BA, detached workshop w/heat & air, immaculate move-in condition.W.R. Davie School district BEST DEAL AROUND! Call Diane at Design Properties • 336-909-2677 Ш i •) 1(1 'I»“ “ \bir\ I il (lllrii k-s P r e m i e r ( ..irolilKI I’ropi rlil s I IM \(> u n n tvil ^ \\ I I II \ll ^ III \ s o u r ()!• \<Mir huiiu- jihI I ’m iwa JÍNMH lu ~ K IN D o r iiiarkii il Ш 3021 US Hwy 64 East Bring your horses! 5 Stall bam! Numerous (ruit trees. 3BR, 2BA, Ig. Irving room, 2 fireplaces, huge kiichen. Call lAar/, $135,000 167 New Hampshire Court Handicapped friendly all brick & gas palio home. Efficiency designed with 3BR, 2BA, gas log FP, HOA for maini, free lawns. $158,000 275 Lakeview Drive Locaied In Hickory Hill II Golf & Counlry Club. 3BR, 2BA home w/gorgeous rock FP in LR, lormal dining, huge rec. room. $179,900 Pine StVKen Dwigglna Drivo New home in downtown Mocksville within walking distance lo lown, liyaiy, churches & shopping. 3BR, 2BA 2 twmes to choose from. $105,900 evening each week lo make il more convenient for preschool teachers who have children of Iheir own. “ We have been so impressed by the tremendous response from the child care community. The students love being able to leam something that they can go back 10 work and try im m ediately," Zimmerman said. Local childcare fa c ility directors are working wilh iheir employees to help them continue working and go back to school simultaneously! “ The directors ure very supportive because they understand lhat cducalion of the leachcrs is a key element in obtaining a higher star child cure ■<; license, which Is bused in part on the cducalion level of the teachers in a child care center. The star rating system is designed to ensure that childcare facilities are rated according to the factors that influence the quality o f Ihe program, and education is one of the critical elemenls bf ihe rating system. Courses available this fall on Ihe Duvie campus include EDU 111 or "E arly Childhood Credential I," that meets Mondays from 6-8:40 p.m. This class is open lo all ihose inleresled in a career in early childhood. Other courses include EDU 146 or “ Child Guidance," thal nieeis Tuesdays and TIuirsdays Irom 12;.lO-2:U)p.m:EDU 144 or "C hild Developmem I," mecling on Tuesdays from 6- 8:40 p.m.: and EDU 259 or "C urriculum Planning," thal meets Thursdays from 6-8:40 p.m. Students enrolling in Ihese courses must have met ad­ missions criteria, which include submission of a DCCC applica­ tion, com pletion o f a skills assessment and achievemeni of acceptable scores; and comple­ tion o f required pre-requisile courses (where applicable). Complelion of these courses awards credit toward the associate in applied science degree in early childhood. Selected courses also counl toward the early childhood certificate and/or diploma. For inform alion aboul enrolling, call 751-2885. Remember When? L o u is e S tro u d d o e s. R e a d h e r m u s in g s o n M o c k s v ille ’s h is to ry th e f ir s t w e ek o f e a ch m o n th . D a v i e D a t e l i n e DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,.>2004 - DS Fundraisers Saturciay, Aug. 14 Hamburger Steak Dinner* with loaded baked poUvto, sitlatl, drink, mid dessert. Donmion. Al Mt. Olive United Melh. Church frotn 5*7 p.m. Ongoing Coolccmcc Cfvlluns BBQ Chickcn, cach 3rd Sal. of niontli al Cooleemee Hardware Store. Serving 1/2 chicken, baked beans, BBQ slaw, roll, and dessert. Time: 11 a.m. until sold out. Come carly, only prepare 120 halves each monlii. ,fcsus fs Wiser T-Shirt Sale, spon­ sored by God’s Angels (OA’s) and Royal Ambassusors’ (RA’s) of Com­ munity Bnptist Church, Mocksville. All proceeds from Ihe l-sliirt sales will go lo Ihe youth group and A Store­ house For Jesus. For infornialion or to order: call Eric or Melissa Onenl al 336-284-4178. Religion Sunday, Aug. 15 Humccomlng/Rcvlval, nt Boxwood Bapl. Churcli, begins 11 n.m. scrvicc. Dinner 10 he served 1:3() p.m. Guesl speaker for 3 p.m. scrvice. Revival will be Mon.-Fri. (Aug. 16-20) wilh nigliliy 7 p.m. services. Public in­ vited. Homecoming, nt Jerusnlem Bnpl. Church, guesl speaker und special niusic. Sunday School al 9:15 a.m. Worship al 10:30 a,m. Lunch served in fellowship hall following Wotsliip. Nursery available foryoungchildren. Public inviled lo share in Ihis celebra­ tion. Wednesdays, Sept. 8-Nov. 17 Women's Dlble Sludy, at “Wiien Godly People Do UnOodly Things" by Belli Moorc. At Fullon UMC, Hwy. 801 S. cach Wed. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Anyone interesicd contacl Donna Livengood at 998-4334 before Aug. 31. Spedal Events Every Friday Niglit JnmSesslun.s,at Sliefncld Music Hnll. cull 492-7417 for info. Saturday, Aug. 14, Icc Cream Social, 4-8 p.m. al Rich Park (Shelter#!). Spon.soied by tho Davie Dcinocnillc Parly, come hear ^ ^ info aboul local, sinie, and nallonnl T cnndldatcs. Music, fellowship, and fun. Friday, Aug.'50 Jammln’ On The Square, 6-9 p.m. downtown Mocksville. Joe Phillips, Bobby & Mike (from 'Open Mic’) Riders In The Sky, dinner & a show, Gnimniy award winning 4 man west- cm band known as "America’s Fa­ vorite Cowboys". Time: 6 p.m.. Din­ ner & show price; $27 (dinner dend- line Aug. 13). Tickets mny be pur­ chased at Arts Council box office or by calling 751-3000, Space limited, so don’l dilly-dally. Saturday, Aug. 21 Senior 3 On 3 Uaskclball Tourney, 8:30 a.m'. lil 12:30 p.m., hosted by Davie Silver Spirits & Silver Sparks, al Brock Gym, free admission. Now Thru Aug. 31 Exhii)lt, al The Community Founda­ tion of Davie County Office, 194 Wilkesboro St., wnlercolors by local artist Sue Boggs. Contact Comm. Foundation for hours: 7.‘i3-69()3. Wednesday, Sept, 1 Luncheon & Floral Design Show, by Susan M. Jackson, al Beniiuda Run Counlry Club, duy includes gar­ den mnrkel, shopping, demos and si­ lent auction. Sponsored by Bennuda Run Garden Club in celebration of 20lh anniversary. Cost: $20, call 998- .‘>247 by Aug, 25 for delails. Friday, Sept. 3 Jammln' On The Square, 6-9 p.m. downlown Mocksville. Mel Joncs & 20 Earn ECU Honors Twenty Davie siudenls al East Carolina University earned academic honors for the spring semester. Named to the chancellor’s lisi were: John Habeggar, Karen Hester, Palrick Liltle and Timo- Ihy Polls. Named to the dean’s li.st were: Stephen Willlums, Megan V/archol, Lindsny Thomas, Ashley Quinn, Tainie Potts, Nalnlie Hunckler and Jennifer Broadway. Nunied to the honor lo ll were: Randall Foster, Chrislo- pher Gaither, Allison Howell, Amanda M iller, Turu Snow, Dnniel Stiling, Bedford Teague, Armand Vonsiuisky nnd Curll Wagslaff. Bag of Bones. Friday, Sept. 17 .Inminln' On The S(|uure, 6-9 p.m. downtown Mock.sville. TBA. Friday & Sat., Oct. 8 & 9 Jammin' On The Square, 6-9 p.m. downlown Mocksvillc. OKTOBERFEST. Dates to Remember Monday, Aug. 16 Cruise In, Main Si. in downlown Mocksvillc, 6-9 p.m.. 50/50 drnwing held cacli lime, and DJ plays I'avorile niusic. Sponsored by Picdiiiont Clas­ sic CARS Club. i\/londay, Aug. 30 Davlc Rcscuc Squad Free Heallh Class,nlncwfaciliiy on Counly Home Rd. Signs & Symptoms of Henrt A t-. lack & Stroke, 7-9 p.m. Monday, Sept, 6 Cruise In, Mnin Si. in downtown Mocksville, 6-9 p.m., 50/50 drawing lield each lime, and DJ plays favorite music. Spon,sored by Piedmont Clas­ sic CARS Club. Monday, Sept. 20 Crui.se In, Mnin SI. in downtown Mocksville, 0-9 p.m., SO/.KI drawing held each time, und DJ plays favorite niusic. Sponsored by Piedmont Clas­ sic CARS Club. Monday, Sept. 27 Davlc Rcscuc Squad Free Heulth Class,nincw facility on Counly I Ionic Rd. Injury prevention for infants, chil­ dren, and elderly, 7-9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 4 Cruise In, last one for the \'iar. Mnin St. indownlown Mocksville, 6-9'p.m., .‘iO/50 drawing held each lime, and DJ plays favorite music. Sponsored by Piedmont Classic CARS Club. Meetings Thursday, Aug. 12 Dnvie Hume Educalurs Annuni Kickoff Meeting, 6-8 p.m., at Davie County Librury. Info: Stacie Jeflries 940-5514 or Slinwna Callaway 751- 1539. Ongoing Humane Society of Davie Co., monthly nicelings 2nd Tues. of each monlh, at office Yndkinville Rd. be­ hind cnr wash. 751-.^214. DLsnblcd American Vclernns Post 75 meets on third Mondny of cnch month, fi:30 p.m., at 1958 Hwy. 601 S. Contacl J. Renfro al 284-4664 for more info. Autism Support Group 3rd Mondny of cnch month, 6:30 p.m., nt Ccniral Dnvie Ed. Cenler, Mocksville. Dnvie I)ii.s. Women’.s A.s.socinlnn I si Wed. of every monlh, 12 noon, nl MocksvillcRotnryonSulisburySlrect. Speakcrof interest and entered luncli, cosl $6. Year membership $25. Con­ tacl 998-1153 for more info. Davlc Counly DInbele.s Support Group, lasiniurs. of every monlh, 7- 8:30 p.m., nl Davie Co. Public Library Smnll Confcrcncc Room. Info: 751- 8700. Davlc Youlh Council, meets 2nd & 4lli Tuc.sdays cnch month, 6:30 p.m., nl Mocksville/Dnvie Parks & Rcc. meeting room. Info: Wendy White 287-1292. Davie Co. Hospilnl Auxilary, every sccond Tues., al hospital cafeteria, 7 p.m. Davlc Business Wumcn’s A.ssucia- tlon, first Wed. of each month, 12 noon, at Mocksvillc Rotary Club I lui, lunchcon meet ing, entered mcnl nvail- ablc. For info: 998-1153 or940-36(X). Davie Hepuhlicun Mens Club, meets 4thSnlurdayofcach monlii, 7;30n.m., Red Pig BBQ. Celebrate Recovery, wecklysupporl group for Iho.sc struggling wilh bad habits, uddictions, and victims of abuse. Meets Fridays, 7 p.m., al Hillsdale Bapl. Ciiareli, Hwy. 158, Advancc. Call 940-6618 formore info. Davlc Counly Hor.sc Kmcrgcncy Rcs­ cue Teum, 7:30 p.m., downstairs at the Agricultural Building, M(x;ksville. Ev- cry 3nl Tue.sday each month. For info: 940-2111. Dnvic Co. Bnnd Boosters, meets 2nd Tuesday of month, 7:30 p.m., Davie High Band Room. Family Services " Whut Every Par­ ent Should Knuw",parcnlingclas.scs lo interested parents of teens in local areas, every Mon. 6-7:15 p.m., al Mocksville office Sanford Ave. Cosl $ 15. For more info: 751 -4510. Christian Businessmen's Commll­ lcc of Mocksvillc, Tliursdays, 7 a.m. Mock.svillc Rotary Hut. Gold Wing Touring Associnlion, Red Pig Barbecue, Greasy Comer, N.C. 801 at U.S. 601, 6 p.m. 284- 4799. Cooleemec A A, behind Oood Sliep- lierd Episcopal, Tues. & Fri., 8 p.m. North Coolccmcc and Clurk Roud Council, 2nd Wednesday, 7 p.m. Friendship Baptist Fellowship Hnll. Mocksvillc AA, closed non-smok­ ing meeting, nt St. Francis of Assisi Church fellowship hall, 862 Yadkinville Rd., Mocksvillc. Sat­ urdays 6 p.m. Info: Susan 751 -3188 orJan7.‘>3-6863. Dnvie Domestic Violence Services and Rape Crisis Cenler. Offers weekly support group for domestic v iolcnce & sexual assault victims.The groupmcctsevcryTues.cvcningfrom 6:30-8:30 p.m. Please call officc for location, 751-3450. Fnmily Violence IVcvcnllon Ser­ vices of Duvic County. Free counsel­ ing for victims of violence and ilicir children. Separate groups. Tuesdnys, 6-7:30 p.m.First United Melhodisi Church of Mocksville. Call 1-800- 728-.14I3. Concerned Bikers A.ssuclu(iun, Foothills Clinptcr, 2nd Wcdnc.sday, WcstcmSlccr, U.S.601 al 1-40.7 p.m. Public welcome. Advunce Gnrden Club, lsl Tues., 9 a,m.,MocksUMC,998-2lll. Mocksville Garden Club, I slTluirs., Jericho Chureh of Christ fellowship hall. 7 p.m. Visitors wclcomc. Suns of Confederale Vclernns, 1st Mondny,CoolccniecHistorlcal Build­ ing, 7 p.m. 4-H Bils Si Bridle Club, every third Tucs„6-7:30p.m.alDixlelandFanns. Cull 492-6403 for more info. Mocksvillc Rolnry Club, Tuc.sdays, 12:10 p.m.. Rotary Hul. Fnrminglon Mnsunic Lodge No. 265, 2nd Monday, 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Mocksvillc Lions Club, lsl, 3rd Thursdays, 7 p.m., fcllowsiiip hail of St. Francis of Assisi, Yndkinville Rond, Mocksvillc. Dnvic Co. Unilcd Way Board of Directors, 4th Monday, 5:30 p.m., Brock Center Annex, Conf. Room 208. Mock.svlllc-Dnvlc llumcbulldcrs, 4lhTliursday,7 p.m., Captain Steven’s. Davlc illgh Alhlclic Buoslcrs, 3nl Monday, 7 p.m., school cnfelerin. Fnrmlngtan Rurilan Club, 2nd Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Farmington Mclhorlisi church. HELPS Ministries. Christian recov­ ery program for women sexually abused us cliikireii. Mondays. 7:30 p.m., 41 coun Squnre, Room 210. Brcnst-fccdingSuppurlGroup,2nd Tuesdny, Dnvie Henlth Dept., 6-7:30 p.m. VFW Auxllinry I>osl4024,1 p.m., 4th Thurs. ench month in lower level of Brock Bidg., N. Mnin Street. Eli­ gible members wclcome. Dnvic Klwnnls Club, 1st nnd 3rd Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. nl Webb Hent- ing'& Air, 998-2121. Recreation Formore infonnation on these events, cull 751-2.125. Senior Wail<ing Program Seniors, 50 and up, M-F, 6:30-9 n.m. No chargc. Incentive breakfast held quurtely. Register now al Rec. Dept, or Sr. Services. U6-U12 Soccer Registering in Aug. $35 included Tshirt. ■ DavieGymnastics Academy Call Heidi Ogle 998-1742 for Info. Tennis Leagues avuilnblc formen, women,co-ed,jun­ iors. Call Sandra for info. Basic Cake Decorating Available Sept. Cnll for details. Comm. Clean-Up Day At the RivcrPark at Coolccmcc Fnlls, 4tli Sat. of cnch monlh, 8 u.m. unlil. Call Bill Gibson 284-*t774 or Rcc. Dcpl. for more info. Shelter Rentals Available at Ricii Park and RlverPark at Cool­ ccmcc Fulls. Call 751-2325 to make reservations. Davie Youth Council Ages 13 lo graduation, meet nl Rcc. Dcpl. 2nd nnd 4tli Tues. nights each months. Cnll Emily 751 -2325 for Info, Battle of the Bands lsl Sat. In Sept. Bands nnd sponsor muy cnll 751-2325 for info. Spon- sored by Davie Youth Council to ben­ efit youth of Davie Co. Special Olympics Fun Nite Wedne.sdays al Rcc. Dcpl. 7-8:30p.m. Open to athletes, tlieir families, mid volunteers. Special Friends Dance Van Monthly Fri. night dancc In Lewisville. Open to ndults with developmentnl delays. Reservations required for Iransportntion, call Katiiie 751-2325 by Thursdays. Van leaves Rcc. Dcpl. 6:30 p.m. and intersection of N.C. 801 &U.S. 1.58 at 6:45 p.m. YMCA For more infomiatlon, cnll 75 ! *%22 or visit Davie Family YMCA. Water Exercise Class For beglnncni and the experienced. All ngcs. Call forclass types & limes. Swim Lessons Choose from 4 wk., SnI. moming or privnte lessons. Reg. begins 2 wks. prior to clnss. Cali for clnss limes. Karate-Carucado Style Tuesdnys, 7-8:45 p.m. Ages 7 & up. Tae Kwon Do Ages 6 & up. Meet Tues. & Thurs., 6:00 * 6:45 p.m. Sunshine Club For nil older nclive adulls. Fun, fcl­ low.ship, good news. Wc do mothly |K)I luck luncheons wilh n speaker. Cosl$l0nicmbcis/$20non-nicnibcni. Family Night Aug. 20ih. BACK TO SCHOOL SPLASH. 5:30-8:00 p.m. Treal your . family lo evening nl Y having dinner, playing games, swimming, and more. Cost $2 per chiid/$3 per ndult (Mnx. fee $10 per fnmily). Before/After School Wc nre u 3 star licensed dnycnre oper­ ating in all 6 elementary schools nnd bolli middle .schools. Plcn.sc cnll lor more Info. Flag Football/Cheerieading Ages 4-15, co-ed, rcgisiration litro Sept. 9th, Senson Sept. 18-Nov. 6. Cosl$30mcmbcni/non-mcmbcrs$.50. Soccer Ages 3-10 Co-ed, registration lliru Sept. I. Season Sept. 11 -Oct. 30. Cosl for pee wee (ages 3-4) $25 members/ $35 non-members. Cosl for youth (ngcs 5-10) $30 mcmlicrs/$.‘)0 non- members. Dance Ages 3-10, monthly .sc.ssion begin­ ning Sept., Fridnys 3-4 p.m. (ages 3-5) Fridays 4-5 p.m. (ages 6-10). Cosl $25 menibcr.s/$35 non-inembcrs monthly. Seniors All Senior Activities lake place at DavieCounly Senior Services located in tlie Brock Building on North Main Street, Mocksvillc unless olherxvi.sc noted. Cull 751-0611. Ongoing Sr. Lunehbox,M.T,W, 11:30a.m., TI1.& Fri., 11 n.ni.,Iunchscrvcddaily. Silver Health Exercises, Easl Room ofSenlor Services, M, W, F,8:30n.m. Tues. 9 n.m. nl Mock Place, Thurs. 10 u.m. at Mock Place (open to nny se­ nior). Quilting, every Mondny, 10 n.m., East Room. Scrnbblc,every Monday, I p.m.,Craft Room. Bridge, Tuc.sdays 1p.m. & Fridnys 2 p.m., Easl Room. SKIPBO, Wedncsduys, 1:30 p.m.. East Room. Scrupbiioklng. 2iul Tuesday, 2 p.m. Dr. Dunn, I’udiutrisI, at Sr. Services every three weeks on Monday. 8:30 a.m., Craft Room. Free Illuod 1’rc.ssurc Cheeks, once a month, at 10:45 n.m. in Ihe Nulrilion Site. Tnl Chi Cliissc.4, Tue,sdnys, 10-11 u.m.. Nature's Gifts,Class size lim­ ited, call Sr. Services nl 751-0611 to prc-rcglstcr. Next class Sept. 28tli. Vogn For Seniors, cveiy Tues. & Tliurs. 2 p.m.. East Room, musl pre- register. Tuesday, Aug. 17 BIrlhdny Purty, 2 p.m. ul Sr. Scr- viccs, ull seniors with u birthday in July, Aug.. or Sept. ure invited along with one guest. Must pre-register, cnll 751-0611. Thursday, Aug. 26 Day of Travel - The Old Soulh, 10 u.m. Ill I p.m. Come rccrenle some wonderful oldsaulhcnimenioricsnnd linve n greul authentic soulhern fried lunch. Cost $5 (includes lunch) Must pre-register, 751-0611. Report Davie Dateline Items By Noon Monday Hems for Dnvic Dulellne should be repotted by noon Monday of the pub- -( licallon week. Call 751 -2120 or drop il by the office, at S. Main St. across from Ihc courthouse. Farmington High School Class Of 1954 The Farmington High School graduating class of 1954 celebrated their 50th year reunion at the Prime Sirloin Steals House in Mocksville on July 31. A red and white flower arrangement, with four red roses, adorned the memory table representing a classmate who had passed on - Ruth Douthit Boger, Johnny C. Boger, Edward L Beck and Billy S. Smith. Ten of the 12 remaining class members attended; seated - Peggy Davis Baity, Emma Sue Brock Allen, Hubert S. Boger; standing - Betty Lou Johnson Harris, Marga­ ret Lounsbury Motsinger, Betty Carter W. Stroud, Nola Foster Payne,’Sherrill Brinkley, Mary Jane Reavis T. Call and Bill Walker. Absent were Bog Langston and Bill Smith. Spouses attending were Don Stroud, Bobby Harris, Ron Payne, Doug Call, Linda Walker and Susan Brinkley. O iik HíivcíK Agents: Angela Lawrence - Broker C0(|-.909-a6Se orad Lawrence'Oroker Ce));90>l303 carrlo Hardin * Asslstanl o ffk e ; 751-2055 ( nmmisMoii .IS li»\\ ,is g 3-9% ЕЕЯ ProfossioM.il Full Scrvicc & Trcm ciuUnis A ilvurlisi|iy! (336) Realtis 7 5 1 - 2 0 5 5 300 Owyn st • 30R 2QA. VNMi ktpl. Uro* mitttndrrn. c«rwn)o in balh, new roof, rwur 1400S P. covered pofc^ lenced bedcyd, quite ItH M Q MO Owyn 8( • 3BR, new кЧ cabinel», DM of Ьлгф/осхЗ tv>, receni new central oDOiing, риЫс nat o«« hoeting, fncû backyd. (ecc deck %\u bWo iM.OOO 12U Oroolfwood Or. • АЛ brtck, 3ÜR. huoe tiee* in fenced bAcky«ri1. hardwood noori. pine kit cebinet». new (ool ЧМ, Kill ur^tn bemi IM.ftOO 29» Pini Velley Rd • tSOfi laks irwu Rlveftlde Or - well kapi, 3QR 30A, 1M Bombine Wey • Immaculale 3UR w/^ef. WiBMaml»n»d, newroof. 40R «tuddedfullda)^l>ghlbmil.IwcMdi 2UAon 1.7«cr«», N»allod«round 30A ovw 3,200 SF. Formai LR ft DR. 2 iiVi. uaa togi, rock & «tene paU» bvauliful twd-wi». bordsr» Dulchnisni FP»,fmi»ltodbo»efP4nt, par.JOO io dock piar 2-cafoeraoeHW.400 Creek, many d«er obOul ■ $«9,M0 112 Spillatoury CI • Updated 4UR ЗОЛ. over 2600SF, 1 32ec w/ttieem. Granite Д Cortan cntnops, fn»hd bimnt. huge eai-ínkil, saitarieddock. $239.000 1га N. HlQhfltid Rd • VVIndmar«, 3№ 2.6ÜA. 1 Ac cukja»ac tot, eupert) iar>d*cap«, rear deck, palio, fonc»d aree for p(tt«/»m chiklren ■ f211i700 IIM iiB iig lS iO * Lot 1 Hunt St - .33 acre, nica level building lot near Mocksville Historic District, stick built or true modular only allowed - (14,900 132 Р.ЬЫ. V tllly W iy -Oaautllul. wOQiied. и с Ы ж ! 3 7Ч*г. 30« ЗВА greel »Iwpo In & out, m Advanco блп from 140, oroai Khoolt $104,400 Ita Covlngtcn Df • Advance, 30R 7.6 QA, Corgaoul iho^oom detlgnl iotmot dmtt)Q. »*p laundry, kg kitchen rear dea( A morel-1179.900 121 Eaii Lake D r. Nice Cape Cod. 30R 2BA. ceramic liie, h(d«irdi, gai k)ga. cathedral ceil«>g 2-car btmnt oar, 12 X 20 «lorapeOkjo, $139.900 321 Owyn 8t>3QR2BA Groat Poorptan. all brick, or««( condition, pantry, nee private petto, quite iM>«ohbo(tiood. in lown $102,000 129 Woodhaven Ln - ЗПП 2 5DA Recently renovtfad, nearly 3700SF, huyefmi«fMKlbasQmQr\t, 2FP'i tunkea brKtail rm. proai lertdicape • 1199.999 SOI t)amee Church Rd • 3GR 2DA l*Acre kA Kuoe attic. MSTR OOR hei a huge watk- « ctoiet wonderful wndrtton, ooverud palio/potd) • $102.400 D6. DAyiE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2004 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVI­ SION DAVIE COUNTY 04SP127 IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXECUTED BY M. MAR- ■ TIN FLEHARTY AND BRIANA LAURENE FAEHARTY DATED SEPTEMBER 5, 2003 AND RE­ CORDED IN BOOK 511 AT PAGE 737 IN THE DAVIE COUNTY PUB­ LIC REGISTRY, NORTH CARO­ LINA NOTICE OF SALE Pursuant to an order of the Clerk ofSuperlorCourtandunderandby virtue of Ihe power and aulhorlty contained In the above-relerenced deed of trust and because ol de­ fault In the payment ot the Indebt­ edness Ihereby secured and fail­ ure lo carry oul and perform Ihe sllpulatlon and agreements therein contained and, pursuant to demand ol the owner and holder ol the In­ debtedness secured by said deed of trust, Ihe undersigned substitute tnjstee will expose for sale at pub­ lic auction to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at the county courthouse of said county al 10:00 AM on August 24, 2004 the following described real eslale and any other Improve­ ments which may be situated thereon, situated In Davie County, North Carolina, and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at an Iron, said Iron located In the northern line of John L. Cook (Deed Book 66, page 206; Deed Book 65, page 481) and North 81 deg. 43 mln. 08 sec. West 68.26 ft. From a monument; Ihence with Cook's line North 81 deg. 43 mln. 09 sec. West 424.0 It. To an Iron In the southeasl corner of Ralph E. Sprinkle III (Deed Book 169, page 666) Ihence with Sprinkle’s eastern line North 02 deg; 43 mln. 24 seo. East 555.12 II. To an Iron In Sprinkle’s northeast corner, thence North 02 deg. 43 mln. 03 sec. East 29.93 II. To an unmarked point; thence North 02 ded. 43 mln. 03 800. East 56.07 tt. >. lo an Iron; Ihence South 87 deg. 20 mln. 19 sec. East 310.42 ft. to an Iron In the northwest corner of a proposed 0.40 acre tract as sur­ veyed by Robert R. Kuhn, Jr., dated 1 -19-93 and revised on 7-1-97 and enllllod “ Charles Michael Wair, Ihence Soulh 16 deg, 22 mln. 47 sec. West 58.06 ft to an Iron; Ihence South 64 deg. 02 mln 32 sec. lEast 296.59 ft. To an Iron; Ihenco Soulh 08 deg. 02 mln. 08 sec. West 522.70 ft. To Iho point and place of beginning, containing 7.762 acres more or less, as surveyed by Qrady L. Tullerow, Registered Land Sur­ veyor, on 12-31-92 and revised on 5-19-93, 6-16-93, 3-16-95,7-2-97 and 7-7-97 ( Drawing No. 26392- Together with a perpetual, non­ exclusive 30 ft. Wide easemenl ol access and public ulllilles leading from S.R. 1635 (Howardtown Circle) and having a soulhern boundaryllne more particularly de­ scribed as follows; Beginning at an Iron wesl of Howardtown Circle (S.R. 1635); Ihenco South 83 deg. 51 mln. 56 seo. East 370.17 ft. to an Iron; thence South 85 deg. 41 mln. 05 sec. East 925.18 II. To an Iron; Ihonce Soulh 87 dog. 17 min, 18 sec. Easl 206.61 ft.; Ihence South 67 deg. 16 mln. 29 seo. East 158.39 ft. To an Iron In Iho western line of Ihe above-described 7.762 acre tract. The Grantees by acceptance of this deed, does hereby contract and agreo to be responsible lor one-fifth ol ail costs ol maintaining Ihe above-described roadway. Subjecl lo Ihe right ol others lo use existing roadway Irom Howardtown Circle (S.R, 1635). For back lllle, see Deed Book 168, page 922; Deed Book 83, page 601; and Deed Book 64, page 631. See part ol parcel 3 on Tax Map F-7 located In Farmington Township, Davie County, North Carolina. And Being more commonly known as: 228 Blue Bird Lane, Mocksville, N0 27028 The record owner(s) ol tha prop­ erty, as rellected on Ihe records ol the Register of Deeds, Is/are M. Marlin Flehartyand BrIano Laurene Fleharly aka Brlana Fleharty The property to bo ollered pur­ suant lo Ihls nolice ol sale Is being offered for sale, transfer and con­ veyance “AS IS, WHERE IS” Nei­ ther the Taistee nor the holder ol Ihe note secured by the deed ol trust/security agreement, or bolh, boing foreclosed, nor Ihe ollfcors, directors, attorneys, employees, agenis or authorized representative ol either Trustee or Ihe holder ol tho note make any representation or warranty relating to tho title or P U B L I C N O T I C E S any physical, envlronmenlal, health or salely conditions existing In, on, at or relating lo Ihe property being offered lor sale, and any and all responsibilities or liabilities arising oul ol or In any way relating lo any such condition expressly are dis­ claimed. This sale Is made sub­ ject to ail prior liens and encum­ brances, and unpaid laxes and as­ sessments Including but not limited to any transfer tax associated with the foreclosure, for paying, If any. A deposit of five percent (5%) ol the amount ol Ihe bid or seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), whichever Is greater, Is required and must be tendered In the form oi certified funds at the time ol the sale. This sale will be held open ten days lor upset bids as required by law. Fol­ lowing the expiration of the statu­ tory upset period, all remaining amounts are immediately due and owing. The date of Ihls Notice Is July 23, 2004. Elizabeth B. Ells or David W. Nelli Substitute Trustee 8520 Cliff Cameron Drive Suite 300 Chariolte, NC 28269 (704)333-8107 04-60817 7-15-2Ш NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Executor ol the Estate ol QLENN E. SEAFORD, late of Davie County; Ihls Is lo nollly all parsons having claims against said estate lo present Iherti lo the undersigned on or before the 29th day ol October, 2004, being three (3) months Irom Ihe llrst day ol publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons Indebted lo said eslale will please make Imme­ diate paymenl lo the undersigned. This 29th day ol July, 2004. ELOISE S. SEAFORD, Executor 176 Buck SealordRoad Mocksville, NC 27028 CROWELL & PORTER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law 120 North Jackson Slreel Salisbury, NC 28144 7-29-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTOR’S NOTICE Having qualllled as Executor ol Ihe Estate of ANNA MARIE NICOLLS, deceased, lale ol DavIe County, North Carolina, this Is lo notlly all persons having claims against said estate to present them lo the undersigned on or beiore tho 5th day ol November, 2004, said date being at least three monlhs Irom the dale ol llrst publication ol this notice, or this notice will bo pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This 5th day of August, 2004, Ihe same being the the first publi­ cation dale. Thomas C. NIcolls, Executor ol the Estate of ANNA MARIE NICOLLS Grady L. McClamrock, Jr., NCSB S»7866, Attorney lor Ihe Estate 161 Soulh Main Slreel Mocksville, NC 27028 Telephone; (336) 751-7502 7-29-41П STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF STANLY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION 04-CVD-984 MICHELLE ZIRRILLIO, PialntiH, vs. URRY MORRIS, Defendant. NOTICE OF SERVICE PROCESS BY PUBLICATION TO: Larry Morris the above named defendant TAKE NOTICE lhal a pleading seeking relief against you has been liied on the 16th day ol July, 2004, in the above entitled Summons and Complaint. The rtature ol tho rellel being sought Is as lollows; Custody You are required lo make dó­ tense lo such pleading not later than the 17th day ol September, 2004, said date being 40 days from the llrsl publication ol this notice, or Irom Ihe date complaint Is re­ quired lo be filed, whichever is laler, and upon your lallure lo do so Iho party seeking relief againsl you wili apply to the court lor the relief sought. This Ihe 27lh day of July, 2004. BY: Lisa W. Currie Attorney lor Plalnllll i' ., 214 East North Street 'I-г Albemarle, NC 28001 704-983-6116 §|late Bar #21285 - 8-3-31П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTOR’S NOTICE Having quallllod as Co- Executrixes of the Estate ol ELSIE T. STANLEY, deceased, late of Pavie Couniy, North Carolina, this Is to nollly all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersignod on or before the 22nd day of October, 2004, said date being at least three months Irom Ihe dale of firsl publloallon of Ihls nolice, or this notice will be pleaded in bar ol their rocovory. All persons Indebted lo said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This 16th day ol July, 2004. Marie Hawks & Louise Gunter o/o 2521 Wyo Road Yadkinville, NC 2705S MARTIN* VAN HOY, LLP Attorney al Law Ten Court Square Mocksviile, NC 27028 7-22-4ln NORTH CAROLINA D<^VIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor ol the Estato of SAMUEL LEONARD DANIEL, deceased, late of Davie , County, Norih Carolina, Ihls Is to nollly all persons having claims againsl said estate to present Ihem to the undersigned on or beiore the 5th day ol November, 2004, said dale being at least Ihree monlhs Irom Iha date ol first publlcallon ol this notice, or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. Ail persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immedlale payment lo Ihe undersigned. This 12th day ol August 2004, Rhonda Daniel Snider, EXEC 207 Dllworth Road High Point, NC 27265 8-12-4ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having quaillied as Executor ol tho Estate of KATHERYN K. YOUNG, deceased, late of Davie Couniy, North Carolina, this Is lo notlly all persons having claims against said estate lo present them to the undersigned on or beiore Ihe 5th day of November, 2004, said date being at least three monlhs Irom the dale of first publlcallon ol this nolice, or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons Indebted lo said estate will please make Immedlale paymenl lo Ihe undersigned. This 12lh day of August 2004. Kim E. Young, EXEC 172 Linda Lane Mocksville, NC 27028 8-12-4ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor ot tha Estate ol PAUL GILES BARNEY JR., deceased, late of Davie County, Norih Carolina, Ihis' is lo nollly all persons having claims against said estate to present them to tha undersigned on or before the 5lh day ol November, 2004, said dale being al least three monlhs trom Ihe dale of first publlcallon ol this notice, or this nolice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will pleaso make Immediate paymenl to Ihe undersigned. , This 28lh day ol July, 2004. GALE MELTON BARNEY 216 Montclair Drive Advance, NC 27006 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Altorney at Law I Tan Court Square Mocksville, NC 27028 8-5-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Co-Execu­ tors ol the Eslale of ELLAT. PITTS, late ol Davie County, this Is to no­ llly ail persons having claims against said estate to present Ihem lo Ihe undersigned on or before the 29th day of October, 2004, being three (3) months Irom the llrst day ol publlcallon or Ihis notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons Indebted lo said eslale will please make Immedlale payment lo the undersigned. This 21st day ol July, 2004. RAY C. TUTTEROW, Co-Exacutor 198 Greenhlll Road Mocksville, NC 27028 DAVENAT. PRATT, Co-Executor 6600 Greenleigh Alexandria, VA 22310 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorney at Law Ten Court Square Mocksviile, NC 27028 7-29-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIECOUNTY IN THE COURT OF JUSTICE . OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIECOUNTY 03SP289 IN THE MATTER OF THE FORE­ CLOSURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXECUTED BY LINDA TALLMON AND DANNY TALLMON DATED MARCH 28, 1996 AND RE­ CORDED IN BOOK 235 AT PAGE 976 IN THE DAVIE COUNTY PUB­ LIC REGISTRY, NORTH CAROLINA NOTICE OF SALE Pursuant to an order of the Ciert< of Superior Court and under and by virtue of the power and authority contained In Ihe above-relerenced deed ol trust and because of de- lault In tho paymenl of the Indebt­ edness thereby secured and fail­ ure lo carry oul and perform Ihe sllpulallon and agreements therein contained and, pursuant to demand ol the owner and holder of the in­ debtedness secured by said deed ol trust, Ihe undersigned substilule Injslee will expose for sale at pub­ lic auction to tho highest bidder for cash al tho usual place ot sale at the county courthouse ol said couniy at 10:00 A.M. on August 24, 2004 the following described real estate and any olhor Improve­ ments which maybe situated thereon, situated In Davie County, Norlh Carolina, and being more partlcularty described as follows: BEING all of Lol No. 272 as shown on a plat enlllied "A Subdi­ vision lor Erwin Mills, Inc., Cooleemeo, N.C." by PIckell and PJckell, Engineers, daled April, 1953 and recorded In the Olllce ol Ihe Regisler ol Deeds for Davie County, North Carolina, in Plat Book 3, at Pages 11,12,13, and 14 to which reference Is hereby made for a more particular description. And Being more commonly known as; 200 Davie Street, COOLEEMEE, NC 27014 The record owner(s) ol Ihe prop­ erty, as rellected on the records ol Ihe Register ol Deeds, Is/are Linda Tallmon and Danny Talimon. Tho property to be offered pur­ suant to Ihis notice ol sale Is being offered for sale, transler and con­ veyance "AS IS, WHERE IS" Nei­ ther the Truslee nor the holder ol the note secured by the deed ol trust/security agreement, or bolh, being foreclosed, nor Ihe officers, directors, attorneys, employees, agents or authorized represenlatlvo ol either Trustee or tho holder ol Ihe note make any representation or warranly relaling lo Iho tills or any physical, envlronmenlal, health or safely conditions existing In, on, at or relating lo the property being ollered for sale, and any and all re­ sponsibilities or llabllllles arising oul ol or In any way relaling lo any such condillon expressly are disclaimed. This sale Is made subject lo ail prtor Hens and encumbrances, and un­ paid taxes and assessments in­ cluding but not limited lo any trans­ fer tax associated with the foreclo­ sure, for paying, II any. A deposit of five percent (5%) ol the amount ol the bid or seven hundred llfly dol­ lars ($750.00), whichever Is greater. Is required and must be tendered In the lorm ot certllled funds al the time of the sale. This sale will be held open ten days for upset bids as required by law. Fol­ lowing Ihe expiration ol the statutory upsel period, ail remaining amounls aro Immediately due and owing. The date ol Ihls Notice Is July 23,2004. Ellzabelh B. Ells or David W. Neill Substilule Trustee 8520 Cllll Cameron Drlve,Sulte 300 ' Charlotte, NC 28269 (704)333-8107 03-54896 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT ■ OF JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIE COUNTY 04SP96 IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXECUTED BY JAMIE DEMETRIC HOGUE AND TRACEY HOGUE DATED JUNE 24, 2002 AND RECORDED IN BOOK 426 AT PAGE 219 IN THE DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC REGIS­ TRY, NORTH CAROLINA . NOTICE OF SALE Pursuant to an oider of tho Clerk of Superior Court and under and by virtue of tha power and authority contained In the above-referenced deed ot trust and because of de­ fault In the payment ol the Indebt­ edness Ihereby secured and fail­ ure lo carry oul and pertorm the sllpulallon and agreements therein contained and, pursuant to demand ol the owner and holder ol the In- deblednass secured by said deed ol tmst, the underslgried subslllute trustee wlii expose lor sale at pub­ lic auction to the highest biddor lor cash at Ihe usual place ol sale at Iha county courthouse of said couniy al 10:00 A.M. on August 24, 2004 the following described real estate and any other improve­ ments which may be situatad thereon, situated In Davie County, North Carolina, and being more partlcularty described as follows: BEING known and designated as Lol 12R on a plat lor John A. Spillman, Trustee, as shown In Plat Book 7, Pago 187 (Slide 287), Davio County Registry, lo which reference is hereby made for a more particular description. Subject to easements and re- ■ stricllons ol record. For ^ack title, see Deed'Book 334, Page 272; Deed Book 116, page 726; Deed Book 78, pago 133; Davie County Reglslry. See Eslale ol Eula L. Hoffman In Estate File 93-E-218 and Estate of James Howard Hoffman In Estate File 86- E-147 in tho Ofllce ol the Register ol Clerk of Superior Court In Davla County, North Carolina. Note: Eula L. Hoflman died 11-25-1993 and James Howard HoHman died 9-7- 1986. See also Tax Map M-5-10, C, Parcel 12, located In Jetusalem Town­ ship, Davla Couniy, North Carolina. And Being more commonly known as: 116 Swicegood Slreel, Cooleemee, NC 27014 The record ownor(s) ol the prop­ erty, as reflected on the records of Ihe Register ol Deeds, Is/are Jamie Demalric Hogue aka Jamie Hogue and Tracey Hogue. ■ The property to be ollered pur­ suant to Ihis notice of sale Is being olfered for sale, Iransler and con­ veyance “AS IS, WHERE IS” Nei­ ther Iho Trustee nor the holder ol tho note secured by the deed ol Irust/security agreement, or bolh, being loreclosed, nor Ihe olllcers, directors, attorneys, employees, agents or authorized represenlatlvo ol either Trustee or the holder ol Ihe note make any representation or warranly relaling lo the lllle or any physical, envlronmenlal, heailh or safely conditions existing In, on, at or relating lo the property being olfered lor sale, and any and all re- sponslbllllles or liabilities arising out of or In any way relating to any such condition expressly are disclaimed. This sale Is made subjecl lo all prior liens and encumbrances, and un­ paid laxes and assessments In­ cluding bul not Iimlled to any Irans­ ler lax associated wilh Ihe loreclo­ sure, for paying, if any. A deposit of live percent (5%) of the amount of the bid or seven hundred lllty dol- lars ($750.00), whichever Is grealer. Is required and musl bs lendered in Iho lorm ol certllled lunds at the time of the sale. This sale will be held open ten days for upset bids as required by law. Fol­ lowing the expiration of the statutory upset period, ail remaining amounts are Immediately duo and owiing. The dale ol this Notice Is July 23,2004. . Ellzabelh B. Ells or David W, Neill Subslltule Truslee 6520 Clllf Cameron Drive,Suite 300 Chariolte, NC 28269 (704) 333-8107 04-60095 7-15-2ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having quaillied as Executor ol Iho Eslale ol DAVID WILSON TURNER, lale ol Davie County, Ihls Is to notlly all persons having claims againsl said estate to present them to the undersigned on or beloro the 5th day ol November, 2004, being three (3) monlhs Irom Ihe llrst day ol publication or Ihls nolice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment lo the undersigned. This SIh day of August, 2004. ’ Brad Turner, Executor of the Estate c/o Gordon W. Jenkins, Suite 200 155 Sunnynoll Court Winston-Salem, NC 27106 8-5-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Executor of the Estate ol BENJAMIN B. HINCKLEY JR., late of Davie Couniy, Ihls Is to notify all parsons having claims against said estate to present them lo Ihe undersigned on or beiore Ihe 29jh day ol Octo­ ber, 2004, being three (3) pnonths Irom the llrst day ol publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons indebted lo said estate will please make Im­ mediate paymenl lo tho under­ signed. , This 29lh day ol July, 2004. Robert M. Stephenson Jr., EXEC 46 Beacon Hill Road Columbia, SC 29210-5663 7-29-4tn ■ NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Executor ol the Eslale of SAMUEL LUTHER DAYWALT, late of Davie County, this Is to notlly ail persons having .claims against said estate to present them lo Ihe undersigned on or before Ihe 29lh day of October, 2004, being Ihree (3) months Irom the llrsl day of publlcallon or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said eslale will please make Imme­ dlale paymenl to the undersigned. This 29lh day of July, 2004. Richard L. Daywalt, EXEC. 1593 Davie Academy Road Mocksville, NC 27028 NORTH CAROLINA 7-29-4ln DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO OFFER The Davie County Board ol Education hereby publishes this Notice ol Olfer pursuant to North Carolina General .Statute Section 160A-269. The Davie County Board of Educalion has received an oiler from HabltaWor Humanity of Davio County, Inc. to purchase a vacant tract ol land located on Wil­ liams Street, Mocksville, NC, said properly being more particularly described as ioiiows: Beginning al an Iron, said Iron being located South 00 deg. 57’ 19" West 330,00 feet from an iron In Ihe Southern right of way line ol Depot Streel and Ihe Northeast corner ol Tax Lot 9, Map 1-5-15-D, Davie County Tax Maps; thence from said point of Beginning North 89 deg 03’ 25" Wesl 115.77 feel to an Iron In Ihe Western right of way line ol Will­ iams Street; thence with the West­ ern right ol way line of Williams Slreel South OO.deg. 56' 35" Wesl 53.00 Ieel lo an Iron; Ihence Soulh 87 dog. 06’35" West 116,00 feet lo an iron; Ihonce North 00 deg. 57’ 19” East 60.08 leet to an Iron, the point and place ol Beginning, The offer received .was In Ihe sum of $500.00 and pursuant to NCQS Section 160A-269 any, per­ son within ten (10) days of Ihe'date of publication of this notice shall be entitled lo upset said bid by raising Ihe bid by not less lhan ten percent (10%) ol the first one thousand dol- x lars ($1,000) and live percent (5%) of the remainder. II a bid Is raised, Ihe bidder shall be required to de­ posit with Iho Board's secretary llvo percenl (5%) of Ihe Increased bid and tha bid shall be readvertised with an additional 10 day upset period. T. Dan Womble Attorney for Davie County Board of Educalion P.O. Box 1698 Clommons, N0 27012 336-766-8085 8-12-1 InNORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Executor of Ihe Estate ol ELMER S. WALL, late ol Davie County, this Is lo nollly all parsons having claims againsl said estate to present Ihem to the' un­ dersigned on or before Ihe 29th day ol October, 2004,'being three (3) months Irom Ihe llrsl day of publl­ callon or Ihis notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make. Immediate payment to the undersigned. This 29th day ol July, 2004,. Robert Lanier Wall, Jr. - EXEC 157 Hickory Drive Mooksvllle, NC 27028 7-29-4ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor ol the Estate ol JEAN LAPIEJKO, late ol DavIe Couniy, this Is lo notlly all persons having claims againsl said estate to present them to Ihe undersigned on or beloro the 22nd day ol October, 2004, being three (3) monlhs Irom Ihe lirst day of publication of this notice or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol tholr recovery. All persons Indebted lo said estate will please make Immediate payment to tho undersigned. Kennoth J. Laplejko, EXEC 112 isioworth Court Advance, NC 27006 •7-22-4ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE PUBLIC SALE; Mocksviiio Mini- Storage intends lo soil the contents ol the lollowing units for unpaid rent and expenses: #142 Angel Han/ey ($405.00) #155 Nora Hosch ($445.00) #383 Kim Weaver ($280.00) Public salo date Is August 20, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. No personal chocks. Household. Balance must be paid by Aug. 18 lo stop sale. 817 Salisbury Rd. - Ealon Street, 751- 2483. 8-5-2ln DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdiiy, Au«. 12,2004 - D7 eLASa Ш Е И Р Е Ш Ш Е PBOFEXABLB Abortion Alternative DAVIE PREGNANCY CARE Center offers confidential & free pregnancy tests, support ser­ vices, and referrals. fWako a healthy choice lor your llfel Gall 753-HOPE for appointment. Animals 2 YR OLD reglslered Arabian gelding $1000.00 OBO 2 yr old registored AQH gelding $1000.00 OBO 336-782-1337 RED HEELER, GERMAN sheperd pups 1 st shots, wormed 6wks old ready lo go 492-797B Antiques BUYING ANTIQUES - furniture, glassware, old toys, old stuff. 1 DC. or all. Buy or settle estate. Immed. paymenl @ removal. 998-4476 or 769-9074________ Apartments 1BR, IBA - utilities Included, Mocksville - $450/mo, Janice McDaniel, Pennington & Com­ pany Realty, 751-9400. LARGE i BEDROOM Apt. Downlown Mocksville. No chil­dren, pels or HUD. 704-278- 1717. MOCKSVILLE SUNSET TER- RACE: Ali brick energy efficient apartment. 1 & 2 bedroom, pool, basketball court & swings. Kitchen appliances furnished in- i eluding dishwasher. 1.5 baths, washer/diyer connections. High ‘ energy efficient heal pump pro- jvldes central heal and air. Prewired for cable TV & phones. I Insulated windows & doors. No I wax kitchen & balh fioors. Lo- I caled In Mocksville behind Ihe old ¡Hendricks Furniture building I (now Carolina Precision Machin­ery) on Sunset Dr. off of Hwy. 158. lOffioe hours 1-6 M-F & Sal. 10- ¡12. Phone 751-0168. ISPACIOUS 2 BEDROOM, 1bath Bbriok duplex for renl. Just remod- leled: new paint, new carpet, new Rfloorlng, reflnlshed hardwood poors. Also, 1 Bedroom "lur­nlshed" duplex, no pets, lease + fdeposll. Call for price and details. i336-284-4758 Auctions g U n ifilfM З Ш Ш ш В Э ш а ж FOR SALE: Cars • TrucksUtility Buildings Carports; All Sizes, Ail GalvanizedAll Size Dog Lois 336-751-3442 Mocksville, NC Commercial Property COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR sale orlease-40x60 Morton Build­ ing located in Northern Davie County, 4 yrs old, like new condi­tion, 2 large doors, office, bath, formerly a HVAC business, 1 acre, well, septic, $850/month 336-751-7502 VARIOUS COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES Warehouse & Office space Janice McDaniel Pennington & Company Really _________751-9400_________ Condos For Rent 2br, 2ba condo-Clommons- $7S0/monlh Janice McDaniel Pennington & Company Employment Realt751-941^00 ATTENTION: UNC CHAR­ LOTTE studenis. Walk lo class, 2BR, 2BA condo w/ stove, relrig­ erator, dishwasher, washer/dryer, A/C, cable. $625/month. Avail­able Aug.1 or sooner. 336-778- 8898______________________ Condos for Sale COND0127 COLUMBINE DR. W-S Appliances Including w/d stay, 2br, 2ba, fireplace, new roof, steps, windows, AC, good neighbors $66,500 call 721-9993 Employment BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY- WORK from home. Local team expanding. Free training & website, fío selling. Unlld. In­come potential. www.chlpstaylnhome.com 1-888-310-6204 CAREERS IN REAL Estate, Great Opportunity, Great Train­ ing, Looking for self mollvated pie with a desire to not have FORECLOSED HOME SELL­ ING at Auctlonll 3br, 2ba, 2072 Isl home al 351 Duke Whittaker, iMocksville, NC Local Agent; ISharon Collins, Refviax Realty 336-726-2124 1 ' ti'mjhls home plus other foreclosed 1V V'^omes Thru Oct. NC & SC. Sell üFri. Aug 27 @ 1:00pm from the кí.^ Holiday Inn Select, In Winslon- Salem.[¿Open House Aug 21 & 22 from 1 ilo 3 pm. Broker Co-OP Invited. : View photos & auction terms at ’ hudsonand marshall.com 800- 441-9401 NC#643___________ Beach Property GREAT INVESTMENT OR re- ■ tlremenl property ($89,000). 2 Doublewldes on 1.34 acres fenced and cross fenced, 3BR, 2BA & 2BR.1BA with Florida room, 2 bay garage with work­shop. 10 miles to beach, 6 miles to Week! Wachee Water Park; Located In Spring Hill, Florida (live In one, renl the olher). Call 336-284-4758 for further delalls. Card Of Thanks THANK YOU TO everyone lhat have touched our lives during this Home going. Your condolences of cards, foods, flowers, phone calls rendered are greatly appre­ciated. Again, we say Ihank you from the bottom of oul hearts. May God richly bless each one of you.The family ol Janie Mack Wilkes Child Care ALMOST HOME CHILD Care has Immediate openings - ALL AGES- for 1 st & 2nd shifts (3rd shift pos­sibilities). Convenient hours 5:30am -1:45am. Full Time, Part Tima, Drop In - upon availability. Come see (js al 571 S Main St., Mocksviile or call Debra, 751- PLAY(7529) koUNTRY KORNER DAYCARE-a four star center of Advance has immsdlate open­ings for ages 6 wks Ihru school age. Call 998-2220 ask for Linda or Christie, a Job but a careerl Call Century 21 Swicegood Wall & McDaniel 336-751-2222 ask (or IVtackle or Kyle. CONSTRUCTION SUPERVI­ SOR NEEDED Full-time. Re­ quires valid driver's license. Good working conditions, travel ex­ penses, paid. Good opportunity lor future growth. Call 336-940- 4348 for Info. EXPERIENCED CARPENTERFOR Iramlng crew. 40-plus hours weekly w/overtlmo. Musl be de­ pendable. No drugs, no hot­ heads. 336-467-7061 or 336- 998-7428. FIT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIS- TANT-WIII have widely varied re­sponsibilities Including clerical duties, managing databases, pro­ duction of newsletter and other gromollonal materials, assisting Ireolor with special projects, handling accounting functions for the department and assisting wilh programs and special events. Candidate must possess strong computer & organizational skills, strong communication & Interper­sonal skills, a vehicle lor use dur­ing work & a desire to work wilh older adulls. Education beyond High School & considerable sec­ retarial, clerical, fiscal or office management skills preferred. Slarting salary $22,225 + ben­ efits. Submit county Application to KIrh Shuskey, Director, Davie Co. Senior Services, 622 N Main Sl„ Mocksviile , NC 27028. Ap­ plications will be received until position is filled. Davie County is an Equal Opportunity Employer, LAND ТЕК ' GMS,~gr"ound mainlainence workers & supervi­ sors. Pay DOE, health benellls, vacation. For appointment call 998-9340. NEEDED: CHURCH organist/ pianlsl/choir director. lExperience preferred but not nec­ essary. Call: 99B-77S0 or mall resume: Advance United Melhod­ lst Church, P 0 Box 2021, Ad­ vance, NC 27006, Alin: Harry Sammons PART-TIME EMPLOYIUIENT FOR cashler/kltohen help M-F some Saturdays and nights Tucker's Place 998-7100 T O P P A Y ! A d e c c o in In g e rs o ll-R a n d is n o w h irin g Machinists, Welders, Fork Lift Operators, and Second Shift Janitors. I'or rctiirding llwsc nml olhcr iiviiilahio |Kislli(iiis piciise call336-751-6860 Adecco EOF. PERFECT PART-TIME Job for educatorsl Must be a poslllvo, energetic, individual with a desire lo help studenis succeed. Teach­ing certification/experience re­ quired. Possible hours Mon- Thurs 3:30-6:30. Pick up applica­tion at Sylvan Learning Cenier 113 Marketplace Dr. Mocksville SUCCESSFUL REAL ESTATE OFFICE seeking Office Manager- must have strong computer and communication skills. Send re­sume’ lo Rehr@bellsouth.net or fax to 336-778-0929. TRACTOR TRAILER, DRIVERSneeded. Class A-CDL required. Benefits. Call 998-8700 to apply. Furniture BABY BED MAPLE wood, excel­lent cond. wilh mattress and ad­ justable rails call 998-2237 FOR SALE: SOLID oak enter- talnmonl center. 61"Lx21"Wx54''H. $600flnri. 463- 4238 evenings.______________ Homes For Rent IBR, CENTRAL AIR, gas heat, w/two oar garage, Cooleemee, NC 336-284-4373 2BR, 1BA, HOME, central heat/ air, all electric. No pets. 305 Avon St., $475 monlh $47S/deposlt 751-7502 2BR, 1BA, TWO blocks from YMCA. $480/mo. & $350 dep. 751-4730 336-736-7382, 336- 409-0763. ADVANCE-3BR, 2BA ccnvenlant to 1-40 $72S/mo ADVANCE-3BR,2BA tri-lovol wilh wired outbuilding $goo/mo WINSTON SALEM-3BR, 2.5BA Dock, 2 car garngo $975/mo M0CKSVILLE-3BR, 1.5BA singlewlde $500/mo M0CKSVIULE-3br, 2bo mobile homo on lao $650/mo CLEMMONS-3br,3.6bn beautiful farmhouse stylo finished basomont & fenced backyard $1450/mo Pennington & Company Realty 751-9400 Homes For Rent CALL CENTURY 21 SWICEGOOD WALL & MCDANIEL 336-751-2222 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm 336-751-5555 Ext. 213 Nights & Weekends WHAT A DEALl Beautllul 4BR, 2.5BA home on Eaton's Church Rd. Over 2000 sq. ft, LR, DR, basemenl, attached carport, washer, dryer, stove, dish­ washer, double ovens and disposal Includedl $1000/month 2BR possibly 3BR, 1 BA home on Howardtown Rd. Relrigera­tor, range oven and allacned carport Included. Oil heat and window units. $550/monlh 2BR, IBA home on Yadkinville Rd. Great locallonl Oil heal & window units. No appliances. $500/monlh 1BR, 1 BA homo on E. Lexington Rd. No appliances but ulllilles Included In rent price. $425/month 2BR, IBA home on E. Lexington Rd.No appliances $450/monlh Office space available with great Hwy 601 frontage. Just mlnules from Wal-Mart. Call for more details. COUNTRY COTTAGE 1-1/2 story, 2 acres land, 3br, 1-1/ 2ba, central air, no pels. Deposit requlres.336-751-2101 or 828- 478-9116 leave message COZY 3BR HOUSE w/large Inground pool In quiet Davie County neighborhood. 12 min. to 1-40. Appliances lurnished Includ­ ing dishwasher. 790 Fork Bixby Ra. Advance. $775/mo. 336-998- 3450. FOR LEASE 3 bedroom 2 baTh 2 yr. old doublewide very good condition call 284-2688 FOR LEASE 3 bedroom'brick house w/full basement, new car­ pet, windows and vinyl call 286- 2688 18’x21’ Carport Only $595°» at 901 U s e d C a rs 1336} 492-S142 Also selling small diosol tractors RANDY MILLER &SONS Miller Koiut-MiKksvillc (3 3 6 ) 2 8 4 -2 8 2 6 • Now Pumping Septic Tanks • Skid steer Work Trenchor Work Hou/tag L A N D A U C T I O N S.54+/- Wooded Acres. Gently Sbping. T H U R S D A Y A U G . 1 3 6 : 0 0 P IV I Walkertown Community, Forsyth County, NorthoaatolWlnston- Sak>m. Auction to bo hold on sito at Tolloy Road, Walkertown. DinECT10N.Fti»n W»ltoili«m,VikoHw,OON., Tim ntf'lon Cnnip Dotty HaRtings Roi»d.. Go ,0 nuka nixl rigW on Tritoy RoreJ, Go ,5 mtos nnd ibopfopoftybonthofitfit Walch for 8i(jf». ADOi/r THE pnopenrv: 5.4530 ^/-ACneS; V^OODED WITH STREAM; 2)5' PAVED FnOMFAGE. INSPECTION: TiKirtidny. Aug 5 (fan 9 lo H nnv AuqmsI )2troiTiOlo an\ TERMS: 20‘.\> down ul t)» oiictk)n l)y cast) or clxck nnd bolanco duo al closing In 30 dnys or doiN-oiv of tho dood. wtiiclwvof te soam . A 5% buyof'a pfojniun wii njipV Drokor poiticipotio» in^od. Soo wotsfto lor dotails. IRON HORSE AU C TIO N CO., INC. t7.IAjfpoftnond.PO Box t207 nochJOQtv-un. NC 20300 (910) 097-22<W • (000) 097-22-t0 Fw \9t0)805-1S30-NCAL 3036 can Affili) Immediate Opening F u l l t i m e S a l e s / C l e r i c a l Coinputer Skills: MS Windows, Office, Excel, general office duties. —GOOD BENEFITS- t Only Experienced Need Apply. Apply in person between the hours of 8:30am-5:00pm, M-F at: T h e P h o n e P lace, In c . 121 D e p o t S treet M o c k s v ille , N C 27028 (3 3 6 ) 75 1 -2 6 2 6 Homes For Rent FOR RENT 1 bdr apartment, fully furnished. 336-751-2967 HOWARD REALTY Gena Cline 751-8562 3BR.1BA Cooleemee $500/month 2BR,1BACooleemee $500/month ’ 3BR,2BA ■ mobile home-Wm R Davie $500/month ' 2BR,2BA • mobile home-Advance $550/month 2BR,1BA Country home w/porches Advance $600/month 3BR, 1.5BA Mocksville $650/monlh Mobile Home Lots: Gun Club Rd. $225.00 Daniel Rd. $125.00 Homes For Rent LOOKING FOR RESPONSIBLE single roommate to share ex­ penses on nice 3br 2 lull ba home. Nice quiet area of Ad­ vance. Reasonable rent. 998- 9674 9am-8pm NICE 4BR, 2BA home, Ig. sepa­ rate garage, no Indoor pels, deposit requfred. 284-4481 or 998-2931. RENTTO’OWN MocksviiieJ^- fecl starter home. One level, 3br, -3ba, large eat-in kitchen $600 mo. 998-3571_______________ Homes For Sale 801 SOUTH NICE older home, 3BR, IBA living room, dining room, outbuildings on large lot. $59,900. 336-753-1040 BEAUTIFUL, WOODED, SE- CLUDED 3.74 acres w/3 bdr 2ba excellent shape In and out. In Advance 6 ml Irom 140. Great schools. Drastically reduces lo sale al $104,000 Oak Haven re­ally (336)751-2055 bonanzamobllehomes.oommobiles & modulars. We will not be undersold. Shop us. Call us. 1-888-462-7806. EASTERN DAVii COUNTY, 260Creekwood Dr. 1 ml from 1-40. Recently updated, 5BR, 2.5BA, fire­place, approx, 2500sq.ft. Split foyer, open floor plan, move In condition • under $150,000.998-5639. 20 YEAR WARRANTY Longest Lasting 3’ Coverage,/ Many Colors Pole Buildings Metal Roofs & Siding | 1-888-278-6050 MID-STATE METALS MILLER EQUIPMENT RENTAL SUWrilEBISHiBIl Bobcal, aeraiot core plUDOer am oreforrerniodavl M^c'k^ilio"' 133B. 751-2304 T h i n k A l l S t a f f i n g C o m p a n i e s a r e t h e S a m e ? Let the professionals at Te m p o ra ry Resources, Inc. Exceed y o u r expectations • Competitive Rates • 25 Years Experience • Exclusive Screening Process • Top Notch Service • Short Term, Long Term • Temp to Hire, Direct Placement Now Open in Mocksville 3 0 0 S. Main Street (3 3 6 ) 7 5 1 -5 1 7 9 T e m p o r a r y R e s o u r c e s , I n c . A U C TIO N C o m m e r c ia l R e a l E s ta te T hu rsday A u g u st 2 6 th , 2 0 0 4 @ 4:00 p m 205 Cam ellia Lane, Moclisville, NC 2259+/- s.f. metal building on 1 acre, (3) restrooms, office, workroom, large open room, drop celling, carpet, large kitchen, side canopy, chain link fence, 2 heat pumps. Terms: 10% deposit at the auction, balance due in 30 days. Property sells “AS-IS". 10% buyer's premium. Announcements at the auction take precedence. OlrecUoirs: From M ocksville, NC ■ 601-140 follow 601 Norlh S.2 miles, Turn right on Danner Road S.R. 1412 - go 3/10 end turn lell on Camlllla Lane. From Yadkln/Davio Co. line - Follow 601 Soulh 7.3 miles to D anner Road S.R. 14 IS ■ go 3/10 and turn left on Camlllla Lane. ^nm.rogcnrciilty.com (336) 789-2926 ext, 109 10% Buyers Promlum Added Sdlcaimliuicd ity: П. MurU Rogurs. Siilc.4 Mur. NC Uc. ff6HS !)8 - DAVIK COUN I V I:N I'KKl’KISK RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 12,2()0-l 6 LASS 1 TWEKPENSn/E беюеесаньб Homes For Sale Mobile Homes/Rent Music Service Service Travel HARMONY FSBO 3BR, 2DA. DW 1076SF, 3M acre. Inrge deck w/canopy, gas FP, (ancod back­ yard, siorage shed S103,500 OBO. Call Brian 704-902-4636 NEW CUSTOM BUILT home, 3BR, ZBA, "on your lol.” Normal Cosl 5120,000.00 on sale lor $79,900.00 until September 1st. 23.Call 1-800-672-9223 2 BDR PRIVATE lol In Advanco. Adulls only, no pels. S300/mo S'JOOdop. *4iO V’T bOANS AVAII.AIU.E I'OU l.AND IIOMK i*ACKA(;i;.s»» ICASV TO QUAI.IF V, CRKDITCIIAI.LIÍNCKS /\cti;i>Ti:i) DOWN LOW .VIONTIIIA I'AVMKNTS OAC uM iTKi) t im i:, А1ЧЧ.У NOW! \ Ì vi.int la Ili.inV !tiy iiicm T.ifumy Hol(Jor.IIHl lilt fVmyODj кПОЛ iUi* -.IKIIS I .I'll ‘.OVI'MliXrM yo.lli. olii .»11(1 (JOllllHJ tr I.jy lo .1 b.it-v (.1 my 1.ЛП My riH.pii (m'» txifjfi ttiiifo toi mo IhroiKjii out iny 1'1(.-уп,|гк.у II il w.tMi't lai tioi I (1(1111 hiiow AfiAt 1 ViOiikJ ri/ivo (iono I И(ИИ Kturrt Ы m .iny пн)\1ю 18 »i.it »sotj'f) M iim l |>у lt>uro etilici in tliiB üituaticii üMt Mould (к' vtli.it п ю т h.is foi rnti i •im ;t vuiy litcKy qiiI lo h.ivn a inom liho I (k) r.lHi iw*) boon thoio for mo tfiiouijli tlhch лп(1 Itiin I iii'.t waiil luji I« hnow much I {(jvo hiif «Ilici 1<|)|>М'Г1.|1<| ovüryttuny it.fl haii <lon« л<«1 tkns-j &> icn mu My m om л my bosi IiioìkI and ulA^iy'i vviil t)u I cottki novDi .iük tor ftfiytr4r>o tx)ttuf Worn I LOVE YOU' 2BR 2BA MOBILE home on 2 acres overlooking large pond, no small children(because ol pond). No pels inside home. Located 20 min (rom W-S in Yadkin Co. al Davie-Yadkin line. 336-406-1981 NEW DOUBLEWIDE HOME, big lol, 3BR, 2BA, front porch, rear deck, heat pump, 576,000. re­duced to S69.900. 998-5816 or 284-2653. SECLUDED 38 ACRES, 5BR/ IBA larmhouse, 9-stall barn w/ lack & feed room, 4,000 bale loft, tractor shed, well & smokehouse & workshop, 14x70 mobile home. Addlllonal 50 acres available, 5225,000. 704-278-2679 Land For Sale 1.12 ACRES W/DRIVEWAY and septic system, Jamestown Dr., Mocksville. 516,400 655-3147 or 492-7309. 5.8 WOODED ACRES on Van Zant Rd near Myers campground in Davie Co. 537,500 Financing is available call 336-384-3340 or 336-9877-8080 ■ STICK BUILT HOMES or mobile home lots lor sale. 998-5816, 284-2653___________________ Lawn Care LAWN MOWING, YARD work and cleanup. Mark Parchment 492-7671___________________ Lost & Found DOG FOUND: YOUNG black male, lab/chow at corner of Cornalzer and Hwy.64 since July 10. Call John Sherden 998-2720 Lots For Rent CAMPER SPACE FOR rent, Cooluemee, NC 336-284-4373 Lots For Sale RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOT 1.6 acres, restricted. Near Twin Cedars Golf course and 1 mile lo shopping cefiler. Call Wilson 336- 751-2000. RESIDENTIAL LOT ON quiet ) road in established line home nolghborhood. Restricted, near Mockavllle, high school & shop- ping. Call Wilson 336-751-2000. Miscellaneous BARBER & BEAUTY shop equipment. 998-8276, 998-8222 BRUNSWICK 8-FT pool labie. Like new, paid $2000, sacrifice $1000. 99B-7B26. BURIAL PLOT FOR salQ. Rowan Memorial Park, Gardon ol Hope. Seclion 9-D, Lot No. 95 Spaces I & 2. Contact Bob Benson 336- 751-4719. Price 51,400.00 FREE DIRECTV SATELLITE system delivered & installed in up to 3 rooms. 1 -866-904-3600 JET MODEL, JET 3 power chair used loss lhan 20 hrs. List55000.00 will sell lor $3000.00 Phono 751-3985 MONITOR 441 VENTE'd heater, 40.000 BTU's. Excellent condi­tion, Used one month. Call 336- 751-2721 SQUARE BALES OR orchard grass lor sale 998-2829 WHEELCHAIR LIFT REAR post swing-away will lit large van 492- 5468______________________ Mobile Homes/ Rent 2 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATHS mobile home 5350. 336-284-4373 REDUCED 2000 SKYLINE liko new, 1.3 acre corner lol, 510,000 below appraisal, 5110,000. 336- 998-8334. ""■SUMMKR.SAI.i; i;.\'iì;ndki) $250 DO W N'"' l-AND/IIOM K PACKAiiKS ^HR, from $500.00 l*KR MON III, CO O l) CRKI)IT, »AD CUIiDl l, NOC RICDIT AI.I.AI'IM .ICAHO NS W II.I.H I'.SlU M tTrK I)! ,W.-75l-0444 PIANO TUNINGrepair, regulate, rebuilding, work guaranteed W, Barford 336-998-2789 2BR, IBA, PRIVATE lot, appli­ ances and water lurnished, 5425/ mo plus 5425 deposit, HUD ac­cepled w/ deposit 284-4499 ^li"2BA'D0UBiEWIDE. de- posit required. 998-2952 MObTleIT oME ’T4X80~on“^ vale lot. Very nice. References and deposit. WSOmo. Milling Fid. 998-2872 PRIVATE LOT 3BR, 1.5BA."Tjo pets, deposit required. Local 336- 575-2101, 828-478-9416, leave msg. SINlSlE^wrDE MOBILE home, 2BR, 2BA, nice wooded lot wUh lenced-ln back yard. $600/monlh, mobile 336-399-3242: home 336- 940-3222.__________________ Mobile Homes/Sale 1989 DOUBLEWIDE, 3BR, 2BA, remodeled. $25,000 OBO. 998- 1466. gO lliSEDC A^ 336-492-5142 1999 14x70 3BR,2BA 514,900 1999 14x70 2BR,2BA $14,000 1996 14x70 2BR,2BA 512,000 1996 14x80 3BR.2BA $14,000 1995 14x70 2BR,2BA 517,000 Carports 18x21 $595 Diesel Traders BEENTURNED DOWN on new land/home pkg elsewhere??? We have dillereni linancing from all the rest Credit challenges accepled We Mean lllll Get pre-quallllod today In 15 minules 704-883-9807 CAPE COD, 2 story true oH frame modular, $69,995.00 Phone 1- 877-283-4344 DISPLATsaLEI ONLY one in stock at this price. 3BR, 2BA, 1,568 sq. It. $43,300 phone 1-877-2M-4344 EASWoliWNrNew 3 & 4BR homes located In Troutman area. Beautilul wooded lols and private roads. II Interested please call 800-243-2231 Ext. 139. FORSALE‘BYOi/ne7:Hw^^ 3BR, 2BA, outside building, on private lot. .96 ac. Piease call 336-998-2952. NiCE Tsoo-iMO sq. ¥ h^^^^ ready to move in. Landscaped and lurnished, Easy access to Interslale 77.4-5 miles Irom Mooresville. Call 800-243-2231 ext. 139. Notice NORTHWEST PIEDMONT COUNCIL of Governments Is so- iicillng lor general contractors to do single family home repair In Yadkin Couniy under the Com­munity Development Block Grant program. Must have license and Insurance. CompeKtve bid pro­ cess. Contact Randy Lawsonb al 336-761 -2111 before 5pm on Fri- day, August 20, _________ Personals HAPPY BIRTHDAY! AUSTIN’S2nd and Dallas' Isl. Parents: Bryan and Andrea Boger Grand- parenls: Frank and Linda Boger Pets AKC LAB PUPPIES, champion blood line, 4 lemales, 4 males, black & yellow, parenls on site. Ready 8/14. 5350 each, 751- 2934 STOP PAYING RENTI Own your own home for no more lhan rent payments. 3 homes lo choose Irom. These homes are available now! Complete and power is on. Call 800-243-2231. WANTED 100 PEOPLE^immediately lo parlicpale in Govt, loans lor manulaclured & modular land homes. Limited lime only so call lor your pre-approval today. 704-8Bd3-9807 WE ARE THE banklir ^ in house linancing...New governmeni program lor a llmlled lime only 5250 down and 5500 monlh(WAC) 3-4BR land home packages available in your area Call lor your approval todayl _______704-883-9807_______ ______Music______ EVERYTHING’S ON SALE. Pi­ anos available. Lessons avail­ able Mon-Fri., 1:00-9:00. Guitar, mandolin, banjo, bass, piano, keyboard, vocal, saxaphone, trumpet, clairinet, lluto & much more. Dave's Music 751-1934 C a r t n e r ANGUS FARMS INC. U'<’ W ill T m ii You K ij-hi! SAND & G ra v e l H a u lin g DOZING J.P. Cnrlnor Donnoy Stroud (3 3 6 )4 9 2 -5 7 6 4 (70 4 )8 8 3 -2 1 8 2 (r0 4 )B B 0 -0 1 6 B (3 3 6 )4 9 2 -2 0 1 5 M W lo C 'u h ilu liiK d . lri,,V.SAIl™(.|.in Qm|ifn..iiull MiKksvilkЭЗв-492-7423 LAWNMOWER REPAIR AND service wilh pickup and delivery. 751-5474 LINK'S SEAMLESS GUTTERING Richard Link-Owner Free Estimates 998-1798 MS^NUJBiLE HOME supply^ mobile home parts M-F, 8-5 336- 751-0037 ■ OSBORNE ELECTRIC for all your electrical needs Free Estimates 751-3398 ROADRUNNER TOWING NEED a tow or a junk vehicle re­ moved, then call: “Fast Eddie”. Ollice-998-6435, Cell 909-1547 SHRUB INSTALLATION, BUSH hogging, new lawns, leveling of drives, minor grading, mulching, lo­ cal preferences available. 284-2037. SNIDER'S LANDSCAPING &Lawn Service, LLC We Do ItAIII Mowing, trimming, bush­ hogging, plugging, tree " ' planling & ferllTlzing, i AKC REG. LAB puppies. Call 998-5845. Leave message. BOSTON TERRIER PUPPIES lor sale. 336-284-2270 FUTL BLOODED CHIHUAHUAS Call 336-284- 4882, leave message,________ Recreational "GIANT" MOUNTAIN BIKE-verygood condition, used very little. 5125.00 (approx. hall the cost ol new one). 751-2103________ RV/Motor Home 6RM BRICK house. 294 Liberty Church Rd, $550mo. Dep. & Ref. required. 704-546-7916_______ Service 55$ SPECiAl S$S Mufller & lall pipe For most oars & light trucks 579.95 Installed Catalytic Converter 599 & up Installed Reavis Welding Shop Hwy 601 In Courtney (3 1/2 ml soulh ol Yadklnville) 336-463-2517 TO $500 a wee~k Will tain lo work at home Helping the U S Qovernment lile HUD/FHA mortgage relunds. ■ No experience necessary Call Toll Free 1-866-537-2907 BILL L. WYATT 336-998-7216 Interior - Exlerlor Painting Melal Roots Painted Shingle Roofs - New or Reroof Storage Buildings - Decks Driveway Sealing - Parking Lol Striping - Gutters Cleaned References Free Estimates 43 Years Experience DAViE CLEANING SERViCE is running a 10% ofl special lor Ihe first lime cleaning. Insured and bonded. Free estimate. Call 751 - 3700 or 909-2886. tree & shrub -- Srass seeding & lertlllzer application, soil preparation, mlcro-lrrlga- tion, licensed pesticide applica­ tor, water garden installation, retaining walls Spring & Fall Yard Clean-Up Gutter Cleaning Pine Needles Delivered & Spread $6.50/bale ■ Call lor Free Estimates Residential & Commercial Office (336) 492-2174 Cell (336) 409-0113 SliPER LOW PRICE towels, scrubs, linen, uniforms and morel We are greal for all business typesi KaysTowelsandScaibs.com TOMBERLIN'S LAWN CARE 8 Handyman Sen/Ices. All lypes ol lawncare and handyman ser­vices, mowing and weedeatlng, bushhogging & trimming trees and busnes, plugging, seeding, fertilizing, leaf removal, mulching, pine needles. Call Brent lor free estimate (residential and com­ mercial services) Home phone 492-5424 Mobile 391-2266. 'TOMMY'STOTAL LAWN CARE ’ Mowing, trimming, mulch, pine needles, seeding, leaf removal, trimming and planting shrub­bery, fertilizing, plugging and storm cleanup. Tractor and skid steer work. Bush-hogging, plowing, clearing lots, privacy and pel fencing. Fully Insured Free Estimates l^esidentiai & Commercial Licensed Pesticide Applicator Olfice (336) 492-2330 Mobile (336) 682-7006 C A S H PAID FOR ANTIQUES, PARTIAL O R W HOLE ESTATES, COLLECTABLES, O LD METAL TOYS, ANTIQUE FURNITURE Call A itliu r BostlcK 330-492-5992 DOES YOUR FLEET vehicle need service? Call Carolina On- Site Fleet Service 336-998-0611 EXPERIENCED HOME IM­ PROVEMENTS. No job too small. 284-6064 W A L L E R P L U M B IN G hnd R E P A IR S 336-284-438У i.ic.// i'J2(i: 1(1Л)1Л;М'1Л1 l‘l.l'Min>iCI FARMER’S MARKET-NC pro­ duce, collee -60e, Mon-Thur. 6am-9am, Hillsdale Homemade Baked Goods/Catering available, 336^413-4500 UilSgCORVg-R MINI-STORAGE For ill! ymir slonifif needs, cliodse us! C«me by to in(|uirc ul)oiit Iree rentiii. 2975 Hwy, 64 K in Fork Cailtodiuj! (S3G) 098-8810 M ARSHA’S KO I & W ATER G ARD EN S FOR ALL YOUR WATER GARDEN NEEDS! Srialmi Ilf I-Ml ili I'liiiils! iimlofdreeii Waler/ SI-I-MK! HuiMiiB .Vi'«' lllilcr (imien or .tililiilft Tu Кх'Ы'тц (iardm? SHHMK! Hari'is Pool db Supplies Cleaning •Chemldi'InMliofl Opening i Closing • ад Uner Replacemeiil Tiiir.im II.ifiivihMk'fOuT20 Vis, 2TÌ I'iiMsiiril Alil- Di., .\lm,‘Ksvilli Home 1336) 284-4817 FO R ECLO SE DHomes Solllno At I O B in r Including 250 Houses In North & South Carolina ~FRI • AUG 27 • 1 PM llullday Inn SnlnnlWinston Salem Hake Pl.ins Ш To lake Advantage ol Ihii Fantastic Home Buying Offert Open tísm Autj21 ÄAi*j22 800-441-9401 01 S tìf P iló lo s .«nd l ist Ot ЛМ Moinc-b1iudsonan(dmarshall.com WILL CLEAN HOUSES, Davie County area. Reasonable rates. 998-7071.__________________ Statewide AUCTION: SATURDAY, AU­ GUST 14th al 10:00am, Char­ lottes Merchandise Mart, Char­ lotte NC. Licensed spoVtswear/ glllwear. Classic Auctions, NCFL#5479. 704-791-8825. www.classicauctlons.com DRIVERS A+ CLASS A CDLDrivers with good MVR's needed. Excellent Pay and benelils. Year round work. 1 year OTR experi­ ence. 800-893-6791 Sunday or anylime DRIVERS; INEXPERIENCED &no CDL-A. Train for Ireel Recent graduates needed. ProDrlvers also. Good pay. Miles, Benefit, Over Ihe road only. Start now 1888-342-5658 F^ILY HEALTHCARE W/PRE- SCRIPTION PlanI $69.95/mo. Best nework. Excellent coverage. No llmitallons, Includes Dental, Vision, Pre-existing conditions Okl Call World Class Service, 1- 800-288-9214 ext 2351 FREE 4-ROOM DIRECTV Sys- tem Including installallonl 4 month free programming w/NFL Sunday Ticket subscription. Over 205 channels! Limited time oiler. S&H. Restrictions apply. One year commitment. 1-800-208- 4643 LAKE GASTON VA/NC 350 miles shoreline, Free Lake Map/ Buyers Guide. Tanglewood Re­ alty, Box 116, Bracey, Va 23919, www.tanglewoodRealty.com 1- 800-338-8816 NC MOUNTAINS. NEW Log Cabin Custom Built 1300 square foot easy to finish cabin on 2+ acres with beautilul views, small stream, river access. Only 574,900 Owner/Broker 828-625- 4884 YOUR CLASSIFIED COULD bereaching over 1.6 Million homes across North Carollnal Place an ad wllh our paper for publication on Ihe NC Statewide Classified Ad Network- 117 NC Newspa­ pers for a iow cost ol $300 for 25- word ad lo appear In each paperl Additional words are $10 each. The whole state al your fingertlpsl Il's a smarl advertising buyl (iail us for more Information or visit Ihe N.C. Press Association's webslle al www.ncpress.com Casino Trlt)s Wed.- Day Aug 18th Fri.- Nile Aug 20th TrI-Stale Casino Sat.-DayAug 14th Pearl River Resort & Casino Sepl 3rd thru 5th EZ WAY TRAVEL LOCAL 998-4732 JOHN & EVELYN WYATT HILLSVILLE, VA Sept. 3 BILL GAITHER HOMECOMING TOUR Greensboro, Oct. 16 336-945-9391336-924-6461 Vehicles 1986 BLAZER, FAIR condition. 751-3464 1986 OLDS 88 Royale Brougham, digital dash, runs good $525.00.492-7309 1990 DODGE DAKOTA truck. 1984 Toyota Corolla. As is. 492- 7270 1993 NISSAN MAXIMA gray, good condition, cloth, a/c cass, pw/pd 1995 DODGE CARAVAN SEmlnlvan, ps, pb, p/locks, win­dows, new transmission, new tires, cruise, AC, till, AM/FM/ Casette. Cloth Interior. 114K, ec, $3300 OBO. Call: 336-492-6551. TOYOTA VANS 1 '85122k clean, great condillon. 1 ‘84 good me­ chanical. Very dentecT 1 extra motor. 492-5356 ‘62 OLDS STARFIRE good slaln- less, unrestores $2250 '59 Edsel 4dr hardtop, no drive $2250 492-6085 before 7pm ■84 CHRYSLER- New Yorker, 150K miles, $500.00 704-880-7899 ‘92 TOYOTA CAMRY, aulomallo, ac, am/lm-CD, rims, needs mo­lor work, $800 OBO. 336-692- 5196. Wanted WANT TO BUY riding, lawnmowers in need of repair. 751-5474 SECO ND CH AN CE CO N SIG N M EN T P a r ty D r e s s e s , G r e a t J e w e lr y S e le c tio n , C h ild r e n F u r n itu re a ls o h o u s e w a r e s , to y s , e le c tro n ic s , & m o r e l If you need furniture Please Ask! We have many items in storage. Dotty Snider/ Owner 2235 Comatzer Advance, NC 27006 Phone: (336) 940-3132 Hours: Wed.- Fri 10:30 AM - 5:00 PM Sat. 10:30 AM - 3:00 PM House Is currently for sale by ownerl A U C T I O N Saturday August M"“ -10:00 A.M. 181 R a n d o m R o a d - M o ck sville , N .C . O w n e rs R elocating From M oclavllle T«ke Ilw y . <01 low nrdi S alU liurj’ & T u rn Left on Soulhwood D rive (Besidt D«vle Couaty High School). ProcM d lo Random Ro»d * T u rn Lefl. S«le Ahe»d on U f t Very Nice Molhcr Of Pearl Inlay Table, 8 Chairs & China Cabinet, Heavy Carved Marble Top Hall Table, Three Oak Chests of Drawers, Two Oak Dressers w/ Mirrors, Oak Library Table, Oak Center Table, Old Round Oak Pedestal Table, Old Painted Wood Fire Screen, Square Oak Dining Table w/ extra Leaves, Cottage Dresser, Wardrobe, Snake Fool Table, Oak Nlghl Stand, Modern Oak Wardrobe w/ Mirrors, Triple Dresser, Large Pair of Wood Carved Fu Dogs, Two Wicker Doll Carriages, Maple Chest of Drawers, Lingerie Chest, Sofas, Ladder Back Chairs, Desk, Si* Oak Chairs, Fishing Reels, Old Scale, Gum Ball Machine, Rugs, Trunk, Scientitic Scale, Vanity Bench, Eaoel, Smalt Curio, Old Fruit Print, Iris Vase, Lamps, End Tables, Wicker, Water Fall Fountain, Metal Bunk Beds, Pedestal Sink, Bar Stools, File Cabinet, Big Screen Mitsubishi TV, Coltee Table, Toy Train, Baseball Cards, Star Wars Toys, Yard Tools, Bbck & Decker Edgcr, Spreader, Stop Ladder, Push Mower, Large Pet Carrier, Concrete Dench, Rubber Wheel Wagon, Washer, Dryer, Cast _________Iron Pan, Lantern, Plus Lols More Nol Listed 11 TERMS: Cash or Good Cheek - No Buyers Premium - Food Available All Items Sold As Is - Where Is - Auction Company Makes No Guarantees Kcilli Yokeiey - Auctioneer NCAL 5323 Phone; (336)243-7404 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, riiursduy, Aug. 12,2004 - 1)9 eLAsa n m P E M S n / E FBOITEABLE Wanted WANTED TO BUY old coins call Bud Hauser 998- 8692 WANTED; UNWANTED SILO away Irom residences to take down & bury debris on site. Bahnson Farm 998-4718 Yard Sales "AUGUST BLAST" Dee's Antiques Two great localionsll 296 Blaise Church Rd. Mocksville, NC 27028 336-753-6877 and 733 Qreenhlll Rd. Mocksviile, NC 27028 336-492-6450 Fri, Aug, 13 and Sat. Aug. 14 10:00am 11115:00pm Discounts Irom 10 lo 50% oil! Collect your Items..,pick a bagi Bag will be opened by Dee's to reveal your discountll (One bag per famiiy...Opened bags WlLL NOTio accepled) Yard Sales *** 3 FAMILY YARD SALE. Friday 13th, 2pm unlil 5pm. 1440 N. Main St. Mocksviile. Lots - baby clothes, toys, furniture, plus adult clothes 2 FAMILY YARD sale 749 Junction Hd, 2 carports Fri. & Sal. 8am-until 3 FAMILY YARDSALE 428 Greenhill Rd. Sal. Aug 14th, 7am- untll. Many household goods, computer, baseball cards, lonnai dresses and much more BIG, BIQ, BIQ Yard Sale Fri. 13lh and Sal. 14th 8:00am. 555 Fred Lanier Rd. Lols ol garden & yard tools, shop tools, Targe & small pel carriers. Pet kennel, some persimmon slalnersi & lots ol Ihls and lhat. Kids 2 door wagon & srhall bikes, fishing rods & reels ESTATE YARD SALE Fri, 10-4, Sat. 8-noon, approx, 1000 an- tloue bottles, antique beds, ward­robe, tools, housewares, ladles' plus size clothing and shoes, lin­ens. 100 Bingham St. near Caudell Lumber. Yard Sales Yard Sales HUGE YARD SALE Saturday, August 14th - 8 am un­ til. Rain or shine. Center Commu­ nity Shelter, Hwy 64. Infant to adult clothing, 2 Honda motorcycles, truck tool box, housewares, car rims, car seat, fulton bunk beds, lawn mower parts, portable dishwasher. 336- 940-5756 Yard Sales LOTSOFTOYS, lots of other things, too many to mention Sat. 8:00am until 12 pm 132 Bingham St. MULTILE FAMILY GARGAGÈsale.Klds, plus sizes, furniture. 178 Feed Mill Road 8am unlil SAT. 7AM-UNT1L. 5 families, ev- erylhlng must go, Fork-Bixby Rd, Yard Sales SAT AUG 14,8-2, pool motor, in­ter & ladder. Clothes & lols of misc. ite m s ,B e a rc re e k Church Rd. ■ ' TOYS, BEANIE BABIES, books, clothes, vacuum cleaner, furniture and more Fri. Aug 13th 8:00-4:00 Sat. Aug. 14th 8:00- '*■0° ______ TRADING POST-601/801/ Greasy Corner. Open Friday & Saturday 10-5. Buy, sell, trade. Will buy whole or partial estates. Also, tjuylng timber. Call 284- '•302. YARD SÄLE SAT Aug 21, m 174 Westridge Rd. olf Underpass Rd. in Advance GENETREXLERROOFING Now & Old Roots Small Repair Jobs Froo Estímalos 3 3 6 -2 8 4 -4 5 7 1 H a p p y eoth B irth d a y B o b B e c k We Love \bu, Loulie,Tlm, Kilily, ItacyftZach. 'ом: ( Al.l.DOKS 1ГЛ1.1, "ИЖ VOI U( {)Mi4.i; rr: noi ,sin(; NI'.KD.S l AKK AM AV I.OOK AI MODI I.AK IIOMIvS lOU AN AIM'OINTMMNr T.()I)AV( AI.I, .l.lfi-751-0495 )■ O P E N H O U S E SAT/SUN 2-4 simplify your life at Milling Way Garden Villas The Best Kept Secret in the Piedmont Contract with one of these fabulous homes on or before September 30,2004 and receive up to $1,000 in your choice of options or furniture from DANIEL FURNITURES ELECTRIC CO. INC. Directions; 1-40Wto Farmlnglon Rd, Exit 174.Tum Lelt onto Farmlnglon Rd. Turn Right onto Hwy 158. Go approxlmalley 3.6 miles to Lelt on Milling Rd. then Right into Milling Way O n lu D i Л Swicegood Wall & McDaniel 336-751-2222 • 336-778-2221 O n tU ö i. 2 1 Swicegood Wall & McDaniel T w o T r ia d L o c a ti o n s ! 4BR/3.1 BA Erioy vkM d »10 W® frorn t«cusicmtu« homo vrfaixjrior eroftsfrone/i^OcrgocMiMxjnnxi V/12 n ODings, 3 car gEvngo en 6 oc CíJI Modk) (M06040(W33000I) Í|$224,800 3BR/2.1BA[ 2 cfcry heno en wodraJ fct h I Mod«*xCdzydcniArttivd»4tí o«*mcnla*; IniLA Df\ jort |MOnKB\lllbErTtmndpd\ CcJKati< 009-I7SO(W3I2060) EZ1«187,000 [ZISBR/ZBA' O» oMw rancí) h ooocfcrt oondflon tn 1.0ACa MOn f«w M QA. wnMn cfeA OBfTvt don. geno ncn\ ctcfogo, 2-av onmgo. 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C«ii«TiorttoWaLnjM9. MfKran. vìs loo FP tXJol, l*iAd ftn. cornrr«:i{o.CnlMi-KMo 040«(vt0 (W30>l78fi) ✓1897,183 ZSBR/ZBAv^Oi tvtioiwl bc«xi£C*1 h -Лч b* contikn QilAiùiiMO- AICO (W322S0B) YOUR VERY OWN HOMETOWN TEAM OF REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS cmic.21 ¿1878,900 iZ]2BR/1BAÜÜ dua LR wyoMt caWtoo 3nl m,V\^i*(-fidiec4hMCn.[XA ciects n Of 12, Rocu< rod. now oxtpiw<ri(^nho(K&oo(<ro< nr.cm Dorm доогом (W3mcc4) SWM. Ail niOHTS RESERVED. M O C K S V IL L E 854 Valley Rd. Suite 100 (336) 751-2222 Hours: Mon - Fri 8 to 5:30 Sat: 9 to 1 CLEMMONS 2419 Letrt/lsvlllo-Clemmons Rd(336) 778-2221 Hours: Mon-Fri 9 to 7 Sat: 9 -5 /S u n : 1-5 с о ь о ш е и . B A N K E R E¡ -c o m TRIAD, REALTORS’For complete listings of homes for sale O a y ie / C le m m o n s O ffice In te rs e c tio ii o f H w y s 158 & 801 336 9 0 8 -8 8 1 6 R e lo c a tio n 1-800-327>4398 lOeiUMUOARUNWEtT QAV№4a»3SQAFiit)ul(Xj} goll couiu lo( feaijiing мН appointed kiiciien, opening lo biukfasi aru and den. lofiwi Dfi. ML mislei. ЗВЯ A bonuj on upper iewl, bisenert. Sill/ WcCuiie М8 И55 (W322564) UN ,900 m t am ша dr qavic m гtngiisii cotijge has ta'ifOib’e (joil coui« yiewi & includi;] a courJry dub i№rT>ts;il/<ip ol innume/jlii ameniiiej Cati«(iral Cft A slore f I! «jwoom 0« ML пиУе/ SíjiIí. cf«rtul kiici*-iv 313 CORNWUUS DR 0Ш1 02AC GdII COUI» liung *,'p¿Kflul on moie 1Гцл ill acre feiuiilui MmI IIoois, mj.n lioüí laijnjrv iniiiâ'Jî foom лЛим./Ув згч)U3f Over J'iOOSF Jj(it) Нгпяе» W3-I153 №B'jGM)$2M,000 lOT 31 UOIANO PlACf SAVIE ЗаП 2SBAinbeLevjWe Cape Cod in OtMiable nünd Lfl, №, lluciiing cfiaii Ifont portli, leaf ü«à A many t'usiwfii^ef} c*!ias Join lleisonie 998-I17J $253,900 Ml PAMA« .& esiabiijhtd nei{.^BiiibBAinapei-eiut ... . .Jitiood, Ifiis immxtjiili tfick rone wlh i bedrooms is Ш1у updaied arti (of your lamii/ >viifi (mislid ba^rfrwii and lenced backyard iov«ty! V/cM Пб?{УШ92да9,вО() S19 JUNfV BEAUCHAMP DAVIE Siili 4UA 1 WC incfedible home Ir^s cl uptli’ss.II], inl;riO( A olerior pam), viityi liiinj. caipt.! liyi li‘iures, iccaii lunuce, fool, nn>i jijitig A AiivliTAj Scfiïfl pcfii Ml ntiMef ]«v.-t Wail 90в'11Ь2 m\W2) $214,900 128 SAVANNAH CT ALTON PUCE DAVIE3ÜÍI2ПА 20 m.ntilei JiMiilnAi'. lew Оз/'е Ьи;1, yqj( (iitve flecnit.iii Sflioci, ll'»3 ult)Cfi in injiiLf iu'te. 2 If''S. p’3)iùoft), le «li cl yütij'i, {Мл Gl püv.vV Сол< ti.ts tií ïDüf пел Ьпй' l'jüi Aiiiiini 'btillt* iw3327ö4l«M.flOO ОТ 1 MOUND PLACI OAVIE 36R 20AGruí I leved lloof plan in desiable nbM. Vaulted 2nd I'jy ceilingi KiicTien hu bktsi room, and paltry. Master DatlT tus garden tut) A sejmaie itam. Janet Ma»l»j Wail Ш-Ш (W3U256) $214,100 121 WMTl EAGII CT DAVIE 3BR 2ÜASpjciouv open one level in quid cul-dem: kcaiion. in Ш A M Lg kitchen WsiandDo« inlo Qteal room foveiy Ml rm Í " ■ №Г4165?|%,91|)0' inlo Qfeu.............. .Maste», greti rm A 1П all icad lo sc'tenjwcti. Home wjiianty Haney Maiituli M tiei 121 WAJtWlCKE PUCE OAVIE ?(Ш ?5DA N>ce iMnTiome located on /6 lairway in DR. Gieat place lot ine ijoil юл», ne Jral óxùi, «li mainiiineO, can bo lease of lease poicfusc ßaibara Allen 99â'l 154 |W29?239| $172,NO LOTSFEiUMU 0AVI0MN3Dfì25GANev«consliuction 2 sio-7 w/fuil bsmi. Nm ccoimuniiy ofieiï pijyoioi^i, soccei Wd, wiili and picnic s. Duiii loi IM му buî/ lamiiiej live tcthij fiûiT« is орет and inviting $1500 CC (o basemoní loòm LOT 2 DUTCHMAN MLU DAVII3CR 2 50A.ocaiion oroal lor easy acess to Yadkinviiie, WoOsville & *лт 30 min ol WS. [пйу ir« country almosf^e in ihis home Miih lins/vd ■"iemeni loom Oavie Cty Sriioois A ta«es lUra AJlen 998-1154 (WM05) $169,900 129 8UMY MEADOW TRAIL OAVIt 4Dfì 2ÌBA 50IAC Gieal heme уиШ lots ol room! 0л12000 Sf Oft 5 aciti' ñi«i liortage, piivaio srtlino, Olhce oijfbuildino lireplace, Ig utility loom artí more Musi vs Tiled firuWi W0-||M (W329519) $149,000 LOTS DUTCHMAN HILLS OAVIE ЗОН 20A№ stalls! Gicai liooi ^зл, 9i A vaulted ceilings. исгАП motjing, nice M/edioomj, »a'k in pinuy. covtitd lioni poicti íicíHíiil viliiel Ciifis Gaiila 998'tl56|WJl6345]$l44,900 mKNMttTMOOWUL OAV»3BI\25BAWondertuI one Ы \ living Only Ш yis old on laiue lol ^ious nusiet and iuiurous masler balk Laige (eiied lut), stp showf All roonis are a weal sin. A (THiSt see. Kathy Snow *----8-1162 Ul OEPOT IT OAVlCeaeACtâ<№<40IOei hooitj tilled *ith tiuraciw, Ш' ' condiiion 0-1 large con« 'Mocisviihi ’■■■' ■" commetciji .(W309320)|127, 1B6CR£STVEW DAVIE 3№2BAGita)sUnM Laijii loomO'cciiings in^j 1Ш0 in conienieoi neiQiibahood L_____ 1Й near do*nfú#n kjithen, lomia) dmsng and lai« oieal icZoned lesidcntijl о» ll-w/ (Ionie in gipjl condiiion CoiirtnicniUeijy Snepheid 398-115? Mocksville. Cindy.............П.ЫМ frt3l3ü52)|121.WO 113ftSTAQICOAtHТКАН OAVIE3DR25DA ................. a , Johnson &9вП?/ ?24ACWtíilcjít.‘dlofAfooni roomMilhiI'InOcnAbuJt '• ÏIALfl itasi gifjge. ОТ 179 MYERS PARK DAVIE ЗИП 2.Шxlraiiel^earning hotte «iin öaseiiwti 2 r-w... —.......... .;.,w ceiltmn, tiiepiaco and muJiarrj Ollice, lotitiai Ofl A Lfl loo. BiuultijI piivate moie Full Oasemirt »Kfi dro(i in ceilinn Nora C2004 Coldwell Danker RonI Esiate CoipoMlion. Coldwell Oodkcf» It a leQisleicd liadenuik ol Coldwell Oonkcf Corpof.itlon. An Equal 0|)poituiil!y Company. Equ.i) Housing Opponunlty. E.Kh Ollice Is lodepeniienlly Qwnod ond Opcf.ited. 232 REDUKO ROAD DAVIE ?№ ША 12йАП Viniage Ctiaim in 'lesi'abie location [tfauMul counity Si'iiKig Som wood Hows and c«Ui closets. A piece ol histoiy, fwstd tiie Redland í'üst Ulta 111 «ily Ш . Üiiiatï Allíii 908- I154(W322224)$Í9.900 2IB9 HWY 64 DAVIE ЗШ1 1ПЛ Mu,с mccno^nofi' lionni ill Iftì outskiiis ol Müiksviiie, mm 'lom Vímslrt^/Siatíatiiie. íins iiomt: oiv/s amplú livinaryifd sjkife Lvfl^ ikuneJ wiWiop titeìl |)a\ìi Ciy Sríicwtí A tjita' ijoia KjikirUiiS-iS-llWiWllQlC?) $94.900 :;COU)WIU.WNKEI)> MORTGAGEiii Davie Office AgentsAmanda Miller 998*1186 OaibaiaAllen ;B«(kyCook ; BcnSlyeis . ChtUQBld« -V ’{(ndyjohnson. '.(licncrubb GailPawllk ^> anelUensley ' r snct Maturt Wall '.99j-1t82, oanneDow'Prodor 998*1156ohnllCfiomc . 998*1173kwHySMVi • 99B-1W1-Kay (handler . / 998-1168laOonna Potts' ’ 998'1U9Melinda Szctlsa 998-1178MlkeKcntnttmin 998'1187NathVaiquei , 998-1184Nancy Marshall 998*1181NotaKltkman . 998'1I60VatUWaUeisAtminl 998-1U6Sally M«iulrc . 998-1155ShenI Buxton 998-1180VUkiricmIng 998-1167 998i1154 / 99HUV 998*1164 998*1157 998-1176 99&Л15& 998*1177 998*1188 ) 998*1165' < 99B-115Î •. m o - DAVIK COUN 1Y KNTKRPRISK RECORD,Tliursday, Aug. 12,2004 i . * s '/>-í -i'l Aísfí / • L r 0 ^ ^ \ h f '- --------''í',' Premier Debbie Prachel Owner/Broker 336-909-1284 R E A L E S T A T E w e p :k l y 3 3 6 - 9 9 8 - 7 7 7 7 V i s i t o u r w e b s i t e f o r m o r e l i s t i n g s ! w w w . p c p n c . c o m D O N ’ I V V A n U N 1 I I / I H K I A S l ¡ V II N II I K Rodney Bailey Owner/Broker 336-909-3803 iifnii- ih.it ili> tiiii ysih\iu III w \\'w .¡u i> m .v n iii !i n. 'W>/, .,1 Г'. ni„ , ( r><4>, m. N. .lj6-V'>,V-7777 US4 ,<r \ imi O P E N H O U S E S - S u n d a y , A u g u st 15 • 2-4pm 269 Farmland Drive • $335,500 Dinrlinna: I-IUW U> Exit 170, left offramp. Uft al Country Ume, appmv ¿1 mih.i to Uft at I'hrmlaiul ¡{(KkI. 150 Hickory Dr • $189,900Dint (юпя: ¡-lowL at FiirmintiUm fUl Kvil, Jit on lltvy ¡58,^0 thru MiK-hviilt’.' (Main St/i!Ol S), Lilt trulJiç linht<tt IMti'ie ; L on Hickory Dr. 2ш1 /кшвс un L ^ l i a ü e s l o n OPEN HOUSES I Lot 9 l4\urcnR Drive • $227,000. DinrtUms: NOW ti, Exit WO Hwy. 80ÍS, io , Rinht on Hwy Í5H to U'/i on lialtimorv , íí(Xí<f to Rifiht on Ыит'пн Dr.Houfn> on rifiht. 518 Snllebury St. • $134,900Dircclion.v NOW io E.xit 170 U'ft on Hwy tíOtS, ШцШ on Salisbury St. PnijK'rty on the left. 140 Churlcgton Itidgo Drive Diivctionit: l-lOWto (>01/Af(Kknvillevxil, turn left Mow CytR thrvunh town, (lIuirU'Hlon lUduc ¡kwlopmcnt on I{inht, turn Hiifht, 3rxf houHc on Ivft. 176 Winding Creek • $174,000Dirvctionn: NOW to 60 Í /MiKkmllv c.xit, turn k'(\ fotlnw (yfE (hmifíli town. CharlcHton itiduf IX'Lvlopnwnt on Hifiht, liifjht onlo Windinfi Cnx'k. Sea я1цп. НШ lïyerlys Chnpel Ш1 • $112,000Pirvctionn.-NOWto Kxil ¡68. left to Gn'cnliiU lid., Hinht on D(wic Лаккту ¡id., ¡A'ft onto Mr. Henry ¡id., ¡x'ft on lid. Visit these homes for our OPEN HOUSE and Register to Win *5000 Toward Your Dream Home!! New L isting M aiy Hondricks Kristen HcKlfoixl IVtor HoavtMi Ш}»-1()-7()77 :j;î()-»7H-2<m)2 U-oHarlKM- • U r i « s .t t l W I Ш ф п е Е Ы гп - S T duX T :à(WK)!Ki(W(i ■ ,4;i(i.fK)}).i({74 ;} ;t f iÎ M ( S r L e a r n i n g F r o m E a c h O t h e r 4-H Program Allows Davie Family To Have Young Visitor From Japan Page D1 5 ■ fI'--л- 1 D A V I E C O U N T Y ENTERPRI/^ECORD U S P S 149-60 Number 32 Thursday. Aug. 19. 2004 44 P A G ES- Lawsuit Helping Others Belle Boger, shown relaxing in her Mocksville home, has been a volunteer in the community for many years, and is this year’s Davie Senior Citizen Volunteer of the Year. For a story, please turn to page C3. - Photo by Robin Fergusson Brealting Thie Cycle Domestic Violence Prevention Group Continues To Grow By Mike Gunning Davic County Enterprise Rccord Despite eeononiic’setbrtcks iliui have caused other agencies to seek alternalive funding sourccs, tho Davie Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center recently received word that its funding would be increased for the next llscal year. That cnme as good news for di­ rector Martha McQuecn and her staff. The mission of the clinic is to prevent violence in the home, and to guide, educate, counsel and as­ sist those who have been victims and those who participate in violence. McQueen, who manages the cen­ ter on a $200,000 budget and does the fund writing for the clinic, said the additional funds would allow the clinic to expand its awareness pro­ grams to reach out to the commu­ nity and eductttc potential clients of the services her office provides. McQuecn said there was no such thing as a typical victim of donies- tic violence. “It crosses all lines. Economic, ethnic, it doesn’t matter,” McQueen said. “Violence doesn’t discrimi­ nate. Ten pcrcent of our clients are men." Over the years, the crisis center has served clients as young as a 6- year-old .sexual assault victiin to a 78-year-old women 'who was beaten. Pam Brake, a service coor­ dinator in her fifth year with the clinic, .said cach client is treated with absolute confidentiality, and given individual attention. “Each ease is as unique as the person who walked through the door," Brake said. “We treat cach person as an individual." Typically, when a victim of abuse comes to the crisis ccntcr, they are greeted by crisis intervention coor­ dinator Tracy Vogler, now in her third year with the center. Tiie im­ mediate neeils of the client ave as­ sessed,and ifemergency medical at­ tention is needed, one of the three Plense See Domestic - Page 4 County Hy Mike Gunning Davic Enterprise Record A former Davic County sheriff’s deputy has filed a civil suit in U.S. District Court against Davic County and Sheriff Allen Whitaker over un­ resolved back pay and his termina­ tion earlier this year. The suit was filed in Greensboro because it alleges violations of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act by the sheriff department’s administra­ tion. Chris Vest, att I l-ycar veteran ot the sheriff’s department, claims his termination In January was In retali­ ation to a letter he sent to the,U.S. Dopartmont ot Labor (DOL,) \n lune - of 2003 lhat resulted in an investi­ gation into the payroll practices of the sheriff’s department. In Octobcr, the county Emer­ gency Medical Service was inves­ tigated, nnd it was determined both departments had failed to properly compensate employees. However, no criminal activity was found to have taken place in either EM S or the sheriff departhient’s administra­ tion. At the conclusion of the investi­ gation, the DOL ordered the county to make the required restitution. EM S and .sheriff’s department em­ ployees received payments in July totaling over .$ 100,000. Vest would have received $2,133.65. “That,was for overtime back pay of 2002 and 2003," Vest said. “It doesn’t reimburse me for other money that’s due me," Vest, who is represented by Randolph James of Winston-Salem, alleges that in January of 2003, he camc to believe he was not being properiy compensated for overtime he was working each month. Vest ¡•lease Sec Fired -Page 4 N e w N A A C P P r e s id e n t S t a r t s I n it ia t iv e s Education, Economic Empowerment, Health Care Top List Savalas Squire Sr,; If a person is called to the pastoral minis­ try, their calling goes beyond the church." - Photo by Robin Fergusson By Mike Barnhardt Davic County Enterprise liecord His ideas arc as broad as the smile that covers his face. And when Savalas Squire Jr, showed up at his first NAACP meet­ ing in Davie County with a laptop computer and a handful of ques­ tions, officers were impressed, Squire was soon the new presi­ dent, the first the group had since Marcus Williams left the job eariier this year, Jhat suits Squire just fine. As the new paslor at Shiloh Bap- list Church on Depot Street in Mocksville, he believes communily involvement is important for a pas­ tor, “If a person is called lo the pas­ toral ministiy, their calling goes be­ yond the church,” he said. Squire wasted no time in orga­ nizing the dedicated group of local NAACP volunteers. They’ve al­ ready started on three initiatives; education, economic empower­ ment, and health care. In partnership with several pre­ dominately black churches, after­ school programs called “learning centers” are being established. "We’ll be reinforcing what they learn during the day ... and work­ ing on their test-taking skills.” The respon.se from schools, vol­ unteers nnd the churches has been great. He’s also working with Livingstone College to bring a NASA program here that not only reinforces science skills, bul tracks students to follow their progress. In conjunction with the after­ school learning centers. Squire and the NAACP are planning whal he calls “family calcs," an informal gathering for parents, “One of the problems wilh mi­ norities is wc don’t show up at school until there’s a problem. Wc want to teach parents how to be­ come involved in education." The economic empowerment initiative will help minority busi­ nesses stay in business by provid­ ing informalion on how to operate and manage such endeavors. Individuals will be taught how to manage money, as well, espe­ cially how to save. Minorities too often arc “over consumers,” Squire said. Such savings could be used to increase the home ownership rale. The health initiative will bring about an awareness of the issues that affect everybody. Please See NAACP - Page 4 ..V h 2 - DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursda.v, Aug. 19,2004 E d i t o r i a l Р а й е W ith P o p s ic le s , K in d e r g a r te n Is n ’t S o S c a r y He clinibcd on llie school bus smart and confident. The yellow doors closed. He waved, A mile-wide smile hid the rest of his face. And he was off to kindergarten. Despile his father’s misgivings, my lillle buckaroo is enrolled in the North Carolina public education system. He hasn’t asked to wear his cowboy hat, yel. I’ve parked the cowboy boots. But he did weiw his Captain Hook hat one day. Lols of his old day care buddies are there, and they have giggled together about Ihis new advenlure. After one week, Ihings are going pretty well. Except for this morning. He hadn't finished his Popsicle when Ihe bus arrived. He had climbed a tree. He was up 15 feel and wouldn't come down. I couldn’t grab him. And he wouldn’t listen. After the bus left, he dangled from 10 feet, I caught him when he dropped; He wanted to be a car rider. But .school is cool. He shoulders his new book bag. Flashes his new shoes. And marches out to become one ofthe world's educated children. Michael has been charmed by his beautiful young teacher who has already schooled him in the delicate art of making numbers; “Down, across, and down once more. That’s how we make Ihe Number 4.” He practices at home. He knows jingles for 2 and 3 and 5, too. ; Last year Michael watched his neighborhood buddies — a year older — climb on the bus. This year, he gets to Join them. J A big kid at last. Pride beams from his face. Butisometimes you can sec the reluctance and fear, loo. j School holds many advantages that can easily convert the doubters, For snack, Michael can have ice creiim. For lunch, he can have a peanut butter and jelly sandwich every day, if he wants. It's always on the menu. Childton don't have to eat the lunch room diet of my youth — stewed squash, green beans and mysteiy meat, I did several Ihings lo help him get ready for school, including a trip to K&W Cafeteria, The purpose was to help him leam to handle a tray and choose his food. That mighl have been a mislake, K&W is nothing like a school cafeteria. He picked three desserts. On his first day, the entire class climbed on the school bus for a spccial class in safety. He came home bubbling about all Ihe safety exits. He presented a picture he had drawn and recited the names of children in his class. I hope I'm ready for this. Wilh his older brothers, there was no doubt they were ready, eager and willing to start school. Michael had been reluclanl for months. Popsicles have helped give him confidence. It is my newly-discovered cure for just about anything. My freezer is full after one grocery store had a half-price sale last week. Before leaving in the moming, Michael now has a Popsicle. When he comes home, he has a Popsicle, When Ihings aren’t going good, he has a Popsicle, When friends come over, they all have Popsicles, Michael only wanis the red and puiple ones. One of the neighbor boys prefers the orange ones. That's how we finish the box. Life is belter with a Popsicle. Sometimes, he has a two Popsicle crisis. Tliey help me feel better, too. — DwighI Sparks I n T h e M a i l ... M u s t W e W a it O n G o v e r n m e n t? To the editor: Maybe this sounds preposterous, bul could Ihc citizens niul cor- porntions of Davic Counly orgiinlzc a Hiibiliit-for-Huniunity lype project to construct Ihe buildings (or part of buildings) needed by our county’s schools? (I remember reading an article once about a communily erecting an institutional type building It needed.) Does Ihis county not possess some architects, engineers, law­ yers, and other professionals willing to donate some expertise in the name of philanthropy? Will local residenls and corporations donate sufficient materials and funds? Can this county claim enough citizens eager lo contribute labor? (Granted, some duties, such as a project manager lo coordinate and supervise all activities, may ne­ cessitate a salary). If the idea proves feasible, this would rcduce labor costs and additional burden to the taxpayers while contributing lo a solution to the county’s overcrowded schools. Must wc wail idly for govemment lo supply all our needs? John Phillips, Mocksville L o tte ry N o t T h e A n s w e r F o r E d u c a tio n To tlie editor; As an ex resident of New York state, they do have a lottery, plus the schools do get financial state aid from the state govemment, I do not know how much of that comes from the lottery. The money for schools from Ihe lottery are not as much ns people think. There is the printing of the tickets, Ihe cost of running the lottery operation ... The lottery Ihere is nol enough to support the schools, some schools on Long Island are in serious financial trouble. Plus, I wns paying over $3,(KH) a year in school taxes alone on a small little house. School taxes are extremely high, nnd I find Ihe schools there arc terrible for nil the money people hnve to pny for school taxes nIone. I feel the schools are n lol better here in Davie Counly, even wilh the overcrowding. The teachers are warm nnd friendly, not cold and stiff. The schools nre overcrowded on Long Island, und there is never enough money to fix or build new schools either. You are right, the citizens should tnke back the government, let Ihem decide on a lottery or nol, bul n lottery or no lottery is not Ihe answer to fixing our school system. Lnura Powers, Mocksvllle School Overcrowding Finally Makes Headlines To the editor; Il's about lime lhat this overcrowding issue made the headlines in our paper, especially nt our one and only high school, which by the wuy is over 50 years old. As you can see by reading the article. Superintendent Potts is perturbed by the lack of action by our actionless school board and counly commissioners - and rightly so. When I ran for Ihe school board in 2000,1 rnn on Iwo plnlfonns; a new high school nnd Ihe ridiculous school calendar. Well, be­ cause of Ihc level hended stnte house nnd senate, we at least have Ihc school calendar being restored to a sense of normalcy next school year, But when I ran ngainst the likes of Debbie Pullen nnd Dnvid Owen in the school bonrd race, I could tell I wns running against the old school Dnvie Counly thinking thnt wants one high school and one high school in Ihis counly forever. They hate to see progress nnd cnmnraderie and school spirit nnd large school athletics nil come D A V IG C O U N T Y ENTERPRi/i%|^ECORD USPS 149-160) 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (336) 751-2120 Published weekly by Ihe Davie Publishing Co, Dwight Sparks............................Editor/Publisher Robin Fergusson........................General Manager Mike Barnhardt...........................Managing Editor Ray Tutterow..............................Advertising Director Brian Pltls...................................Sports Editor Mary Lynne Bayslnger................Clrculatlon/Classllled Mocksvllle Enterprise Oavie Record Cooleemee Journal 1916-1958 1899-1958 1901-1971 Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksvillc, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 Cents S20 Per Year In N.C., $25 Outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to; Davie Counly Enterprise Rccord P.O. Box 99, Mocksvillc, NC 27028 dents and'on Aug. 9, the schqol opened with' 1,637 students, ac­ cording to Superintendent Polls. I guess it’s also beside the point to nil these pnsl commissioners nnd school board members that tak­ ing Ihc future numbers from the middle schools Into consideration, we will hnve over 2,000 students nt Davie High by the tinie the class of 2007 arrives that August. I contiictcil a Dr. Ben Matthews,’ who Is the director of school planning und support at Ihe North Caroliiui Stnte Bourd of Educn- Iton. Just like Superinlendent Polls said in Ihe newspaper, "the counly commissioners and school board are required by law to pro­ vide us wilh adequate facilities for our students. This is an issue that won't go away." While I ngree with Ms. Pullen's comment in Ihe paper nboul us G ra h a m M a d is o n ’s S tu d e n ts F o rtu n a te To the editor; I wns delighted to see the fine nrticle nbout the Madi.sons in the Aug. 5 Issue ofthe Enterprise-Record. Mr. Madison wus principal of Fannington High School through al least the last eight of my 11 student years there, nnd 1 look his high school courses in civics nnd history.-l le wus un excellent teacher. He coached our school teams. He welded our teachers into an energellc and highly coordinated group of coworkers. Like the captain of a ship, the principal sets the lone of nny school, nnd Mr. Madison set our standards l«gh. We students were a fortunate lol. We claimed him ns ours, bul ns your article pointed out, he wns also n lender in the business com­ munily, nnd in so mnny olher wnys helped lo make Dnvic Counly a special place, Mrs, Madison was righl there beside him, working for Ihe good of Ihe commiuiily. They are lo a large exlent respon- sihle for the successes of the mnny students and other for whom they served as models. We will always love them. Belly McMahan Chapel Hill needing another elementary school down the road and another middle school now, she is conspicuously missing a commerit aboul anolher high school that wns nnd hns been needed for n few years now, I ex|x:cted herlo be missing the high school comment, though, knowing how most lifetime Duvic County people feel about the siiunlion. Maybe we need lo gel the health deparlmeni lo inspect the silu- ation] and sec whal a mess wc have with this overcrowding. The comfncnl by Ashley Cornatzer told all you need to know there: "The hm(|iroom Is loo packed. There are still students in line when the bell',rings. There aren't enough tables." Go a little further with thnt froin what I know from having hnd two kids there: the kids are siitirtg on the floor to cat bccause there nre not enough Inbles, There nre.ur weren't bathrooms near the cnfcterin before this Inst rcnovn- tioA', so sludenls had to wnll for IhnI, nlso. Maybe now the restroom sllumion is being allcvlalcd all over the school as I know during the N summer they wore (om out and bislng ropluccd, Maybe some were i;Wl.<ted uMlio chfeterla. Hnve you been by Shndy Grove Elementary lately to .see nil the trailers oul front ? Looks lovely. I'm sure thnt scene could be rcvls- iled at a lot of our schools. Hove you seen Ihe mobile classrooms some tencher-s nl Dnvie High hnve? They nre hnvlng lo lake Ihelr , stuff on book cnrts and go from room lo room because they don't have room to have nn nssigncd classroom. Teachers can't stay in Iheir rooms for planning periods, They huve to get out as there is no room. Every single classroom space is used up. Maybe some ure having to meet outdoors or in the gym as overflow? The news- pajicr article said Shady Orove sludenls were taking art and Span­ ish in nn old locker room. People, RJ Reynolds just merged wilh Brown & Williamson and they are bringing 1,000 jobs to the Triad, You know Davie County will get Ihcir shnre of these people and that means more sludenls. We need to implore our decision makers -the county commission­ ers and school board members lo gel off Iheir bulls and make Ihe right decisions for our current and future students. We have been working from behind in this county for far too long. Let's gel it done and get it done now. John Nelms Hill.sdale ,, ;.LettirSWelcomed •The Enterprise Record welcomes letters from its road- ‘Crs. The loiters may be on topics of local, state, national or Intemationul issues, ■ An effort will be made to print all letters, provided they : are not libelous, vulgar or in poor taste. The editor reserves the right to edit letters for grammar and for space, , All letters should, include the name and address of the writer,, including a signature. A telephone number, nol to be piijbllshed, is also requested. Please have letters in the newspaper office no later than; 4 p.m, Monday of Ihe week lo be published, Davie CountyV Enterprise Record P.O. Box, 99,'Mocksvilie, or email tq¡;'' emews@davie-enterprise.comi ' . 'i G o t A n O p in io n ? A d d your vo le to our w ee kly online poll that asks questions affecting you and D avie County. Lo g on at w w w .e nte rp rise-record.co m and click on re ad er’s poll to cast your vote. Results will be listed here w eekly. Are 1,740 students too many for the current Davie High School campus? Log on now to cast your vote to the newest question: w w w .e n te rp ris e -re c o rd .c o m Yes, 89% N o, 1 1 % 1 I DAVlE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 19,2004 - 3 C r u is in g ... W it h W illie N e ls o n I n T h e M a i l ... B la r in g F r o m T h e S p e a k e r s $8,000 Raised For Boy; Drive through downtown Mocksville on a first or third Monday night. If you do, chances are you’ll want to stop. Lining Main Street are cars. But these aren’t just ordinary cars, nor are their owners ordinary car owners. These are people who love their automobiles and the lifestyles they afford us. Some of the cars are old, really old, painstakingly restored to their original beauty. Some are classics. Some are muscle cars. Some are rare. All are prized possessions of the people who own them. And there are lots of these people. They park their cars for everyone to see, pol­ ished and cleaned. They’ll tell you why they’ve got the '66 Mustang, They had one like that when they were a teenager. They’ll tell you about that Model-A. Their daddy used to have one. They'll tell you about that Corvette. More horses than in a Budwetser commercial. Americans are fascinated with the automobile, and folks in these parts are no different. Browsing among the classic cars on a warm summer evening, in a quiet, .safe small town such as Mocksville, is about as American as it gets. It’s no wonder we love the automobile. Back in the day, it got us off the farm. It took us to factories to work, to the beach for vacation, to visit relatives we otherwise would rarely see. With an automo­ bile, the whole country was out there for the traveling. Watching the fields and trees go by was a lot more fun thnn watching the hind end of a mule. The car also gave the first taste of freedom for most of us. Sure, our parents would lecture us before we got the keys, but when we hit the road, we were in charge. No parents to yell at us, no parents to tell us to slow down or to tell us not to drive through that neighborhood. The decisions were ours, and we made them with carefree glee as we spread our wings. There are other firsts that happened in many cars, but we won’t go there in this column. Some things arc best left unsaid, or to the imagination. The automobile, some say, tells a lot about the people Mike Barnhardt who drive them. Personally, I’ve never been too particular about my cars. Sure, 1 was proud of the 1968 Skylark my dad bought me when I turned 16. Don’t laugh. In 1968, the Skylark had a 350 under the hood, and it would go way too fast for a 16 year old driver. It took me all over Davie County hundreds of times, to and from college just about every weekend. The only thing 1 “souped up” on the car was the stereo system. Led Zeppelin sounded much better - and louder - on the cassette (I barely missed the eight-track dayfi) player I bought, From there, I went to leftovers from my parents - ending up with a Caprice. I liked that car, too, because at one time, I could haul everything I owned - including myself - in the car. The bad part was that when going up the mountain, you couldn’t see over the hood because it was so huge. The one thing you could see was the gas gauge as it crept towards empty when you pushed the pedal. Finally, I bought my own vehicle. A truck. It was the first new vehicle I had ever owned, and I borrowed the money to buy the $6,000 Ford Ranger. No frills. No radio. No air conditioning. The only option was a steel bumper. I got it. Actually, I still have that truck, and although it’s over 20 years old and there’s more rust than metal, it still runs. It makes a good truck for hauling garbage and mulch. And that steel bumper comes in handy, as well, h’s great for bumper stickers. When 1 tore the Mule Days sticker off the bumper, you could read the writing from the years it baked under the sun. It was replaced with a “Save The Bullhole Build The Park" bumper sticker. Don’t tell me that people pay no attention to bumper stickers. They built the park, didn’t they? Boy, how times change. Nowadays, the type or look of a vchicle doesn’t mean that much to me. As long ns it gets me to and from work, maybe an occasional trip out of town, and I’m happy. it would be nice, however, to take a ride in that ‘68 Skylark again. But I think 1 would like to replace Led Zeppelin with Willie Nelson. To the editor: The crcw of Pier 601 Seafood would like to thank all of you, We never dreamed it would be so successful. We raised $8,000 for llUle Jake Linvillc Aug, 2, Many thanks to Mayor Slate for coming to witness us count our tally. The outpouring of generosity, kindness and caring was astound­ ing, I would like lo thank Nick and Pete, our bosses, all of my co­ workers who volunteered their time, tips, everything - they all worked very hnrd. We also had family members who volunteered as well as members of this great community who came back after eating to help clean up. Wow, Obviously, everyone remembered that, "But for the grace of God there go 1,” Thanks and God bless you all, Lnrrle Frank Advnnce President Bush Accessible To the editor; The article entitled “Americans Are Being Manipulated" was a, well-written, mostly true, but distorted article discussing the consti­ tutional shortcomings of Abraham Lincoln, during the Civil Wur, and relating them lo the current adminislrailon. Hislory is easily mnnlpulnlcd when viewing a narrow scope, from a single perspec­ tive with a predetermined outcome. If we were to continue Ms, Holmes's trnin of thought, wc could also make a mote accurate com- , pnriiion between the two administrations. President Bush also inher­ ited a mess, related to previous administrations' neglect, inaction and appeasement of о bigoted, self-righteous ideology. But, logic and n clearer understanding of hislory will tell us the current crisis cannot be compared to the severity of the Civil War. To make the assumption, that the currcnt administration is censor­ ing the media or unlawfully detaining large numbers of American citizens for speaking their opinions, is a total distortion of reality. Thiij Is the same president lhat authorized journalists to be imbed­ ded with military units during operations. This Is the same president that offered a journalist unprecedented access to u wartime White House. This is the same president thut openly exposed himself by testifying before a congressional committee. This is the same presi­ dent that hus endured a maelstrom of negative propaganda, from every type of media outlet, and has made no attempt at censoring, even when America's enemies ore benefiting. II is blatantly obvious Ms. Holmes’s vile hatred tor one person is distorting her opinions and polnrizing her view of history. A much, easier comparison of unconslitul\ona\ actions would havo been be­ tween Abraham Lincoln nnd PranWiri D. Roosovell; but, since Presi­ dent Roosevelt was n DemocVat, that would not conform to her prc-, determined biases.Kurt Musselipan MocksviUe I P le d g e to : M y P l e d g e t o D c m e C o u n f y My name is Riek Horton, I am the new owner of the 2 Domino’s Pizzas in Davie County (in Mocksville at 430 Valley Road and In Advance/Hlllsdale at Kinderton Place).It Is Important to me to run the type of business that makes the county proud to have In the area. 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FREE! 3 medium 1-topping pizxas 0 0 each' N O COUPON NEEDED. foraUmltedHnra, ‘Specu! piico vi^d wih purchase ol al ImsI Vveo Special ofier, so you must asK fcn < whoo ontemg и 4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 19,2004 líí! F ir e d D e p u t y S u e s S h e r if f Continued l''ri)ni I’ii)>e I slnlcd (liat poiicy diclalcd llial lie radio llie commuiiicalioiis ccnler eacli morning «17:45 lo indicate lie was leaving liis lion)c and going 10 work. Vest claims lie was subject lo lalic law cnforcc- menl calls in the I5-minulc pe­ riod il iool< to gel frpm liis iiousc lu tiie station, as well ns tlic 15 minutes it took for iiini lo go home every afternoon. According lo his claim, he was ordered nol to report Ihc 30 minutes on his lime curd. Vest said he approached county finance mnnager Jim Stockerl, who explained the proper way to fill oul his time card, which conflicted wilh liow he was shown to do il by Chief Deputy Mark Howell and Lt. Jimmy Phipps. Vest said he filled out the time card as Stockerl had shown him, and Ihul on June 19, 2003, he was called inlo Ihc sheriff’s office and was con­ fronted by Phipps, Vest alleges thl\t Piiipps de­ manded 10 know why he changcd the way lie filled oul his time card, and lhal Phipps called liiin a Iroubiemaker and threatened him with lerminalion, wilh Sher­ iff Whitaker prescnl. On June 20, tlie day following his meeting with Phipps, Vest wrole a lellcr lo the Department o f Labor which milialcd the investigation, according lo llie lawsuit. Whitaker said ihat Phipps docs not, nor did he al the time, imve the power lo lerminaie an employee. W hilaker said Ihe meeling was not a factor in his decision lo terminate Vest six monihs laler. According to Whilukcr, Vest wus tcrminnicd for insubordinution and coiuiuel, unbccbniing lo un officer. ' Counly atlorney Robert Pricc .said he didn'l feel the suit had much merit. "We plan to vigorously dc- fend ourselves," Price said. "We don't agree wilh Mr. Vest's po­ sition on lliis al all." Price said he was unable to envision Vesl recovering any subslantial aniounl.and that any reasonable umoiint the court might grant him would be ab­ sorbed by a fund the couniy muinlains in Ihc evenl of unfore­ seen circumslances. Price added Ihul, in a worse cuse scenario,the impact of any reasonable verdict favorable lo Vesl would nol be fell by the average county tax­ payer. Vest said he wasn't bitter uboul his lerminalion, jusl disup- poinied. "They felt they were alwve the law," Vesl said."1 wuni to get the fuels oul, and make the public aware of whal employees go through under this sheriff's adminislralion." NAACP President, Shiloh Pastor Wastes No Time Getting Involved Savalas Squire Sr. has quicl<ly become involved In the Mocksville, and Davle County community. - Photo by Robin Fergusson Continued From Piige 1 "There nre many who do not have adequate health carc. We’re going to work with lo­ cal agencies to work with us for health fairs und screenings. We want people to have access to quality health care.” If that list isn’t enough, there are long-term goals for Duvie’s NAACP. Benefits for veterans should be secured. A fair housing committee needs to be established to ensure fair lending, and renting, practices, Squire suid. Although it sounds like a lot. Squire said the volunteers arc eager to work. "We want to make sure that whatever wc do, we do it in an excellent way. We would rather do one thing well than try too manji things and drop the ball, "Many people want their pastor to be a part of the com­ munity,” Squire und his wife, Stephanie, his two sons, Jemeke, 11, and Savalas Jr., 2, are enjoying life in Mocksville, a small, safe community com­ pared to their prior residence in Winston-Salem, Squire had been organist and music director ut Shiloh Baptist Church in Winston-Sa­ lem - a church he grew up in. His grandfather, with whom he spent most of his young yenrs, was a deacon there, the custo­ dian and choirdirector. Squire, 29, started playing the organ nt church at age 16, und by age 18, he was hired as a full-time employee. At age 21, he began think­ ing. “ I was looking at aspects of my life, I knew the Lord was pulling me into the ministry.” He enrolled at Winston-Sa­ lem Bible College, and soon thereafter became youth min­ istry director at Shiloh in Win­ ston-Salem. The moderator, who was also the pastor, of the Baptist association of which both Shiloh churches belong, asked Squire about his plans, “He said you should be looking for a church,” He visited Shiloh in Mocks­ ville, and was a guest pastor while the congregation was looking for a new spiritual leader. “ We just grew on each other,” Squire said. "Every­ thing is going good. 1 was ex­ cited about this opportunity fo pastor, I knew this was a good place and part of God’s will to do this job,” Direclor Martha McQueen (center) talks with Pam Brake and Tracy Vogler aboul Davie Domestic Violence Prevention and Rape Crisis Center programs. - Photo by Robin Fergusson D o m e s tic V ip te n c e W o rk e rs D e p e n d Q n ia c h O th e r Continued From Page I stuff will e.scori ihc clicni lo the emergency room. "V/c'li get them un unibu- lancc lo the hospilal if ihcy cun'i drive," Voglcr suid. "Or we’ll follow ihcm over in our car. We’ve even mcl clients at the hospital when the police called from there. "The bollom line is, we’re going to do our best to keep them safe from the abuser." After ensuring the client is safe from danger. Brake lakes over und iries lo help the client decide whal uvenue lo pursue, She said she will often lay oul .several options thut ure avail- uble to u clicni, but never pushes Ihc client in any direction, "It’s imporlant that they make Iheir own decisions,” McQuecn suid. "They’re more likely to follow ihrough ihen." The ccnicr stuff all huve ex­ perience wulking the clicni “ The bottom line is, we’re going to do our best to keep tliem safe from the abuser.’’ - Domestic Violence Prevention Worl^er Tracy Vogler through the legal paperwork to attain a protective order, und McQueen said the center has fostered a relationship with area allorneys that have proven to be a tremendous resource. “ Everyone in town hus been great to work with," McQueen said. "We have quite a few ut- lorneys that have represented our clients on a (frce) basis,” McQueen said Ihe cenler has offered services lo more then one in 10 households in the counly, a staggering number that she says is uctuully average in the slate. The numbers peaked in 2002, but the center' has seen a decline of 15 percent in new clients in the last two years. McQuecn credits an ag­ gressive education nnd public awareness program to the de­ cline, and suid the clinic expects 10 increase its programming in the next year. "Lust year we gave 17 pre­ sentations to Ihe freshman classes at the high school,” McQueen said. "We’re increas­ ing that to 18 classes this yenr,” High school is not the only place the clinic tries to cducnie. McQueen said the slaff has done 130 presentations to. civic groups, charities, churches, middle nnd elementary schools this year. "We'll go wherever they re­ quest us to speak,” McQueen said. "No appointment neces­ sary, ju.st cull and we’ll come.” Early awareness was empha­ sized as a strong lobl'to recog­ nize domestic violence for whal it is, a crime of violence of one person onto another. To facili­ tate early awareness, the clinic utilizes literiiture geared to young children, called the "Good Touch, Bad Touch” pro­ gram. The program, which is geared towards early elemen­ tary school age children, uses nn educational coloring and activ­ ity book lo help children under­ stand that even al such a young age, they have ownership over their own bodies. The clinic hns experienced its shure of successes as well as fnilures over the years, but the .staff keeps going. "The average burnout period for a case worker in this line of work is two years,” McQueen said. "I consider us very lucky to hnve the three of us still to­ gether.” Brake agreed. “We talk to each other, sup­ porl eaeh other,” Brake said, "We lean on ench other for sup­ port.” “We’re kind to each other,” McQueen said. “That makes all the difference.” The clinic is available through a hotline 24 hours a day, seven days a week. McQueen said the hotline (751-HELP) is manned by 35 dedicated volun­ teers, and may have saved some lives in several situations. She said she or her co-workers hnve met a new client at the police station or emergency room in the middle of the night on more then one occasion. 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Including lumber •Wire, plastics and synthetic materials •Asphalt shingles and heavy oils •Paints, household chemicab and agricultural products Homeowners can bum yard trimmings - excluding logs and stumps - if il's allowed under local ordinances, no public pickup is available and 11 doesn't cause a public nuisance. Other allowable burning includes campfires, outdoor barbecues and bonfires for fesUrá occasions. Landowners also can open bum vegetation to clear land or ri^ts-of- way, provided that; ^ • Prevailing winds are away from built up areas and roads . '• Fires are at least 1,000 feet away from occupied buildings• Burning Is done between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. fímtmbtr, bum ptrmllt h m d by tht N.C. DMilaa a/Гога! Rciourcif, lit agenli or any local ¡ovtrmntnl da not excuii a pmon from following thut ttait air ifvaUty rule». For more Information, eonlacti Wln»lon-Salem Regional OHIce Division oi Air ausllty N.C. Departmenl ol Environment and Nalural Resources РИ0П01(ЗЗв)771Цв00 (ГМ> ad paid lot by a vtotator ol the opon burning law,) A d m i n i s t r a t i v e C o u r t DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 19,2004 • The following cases were heard in Davie Administrative Court on August 6. Presiding: ■Magistrate Ellen E, Dreschler. Prosecuting; Kevin Beale, ADA. - Elsa Alarcon, speeding, 60 in a 35, reduced to 44 in a 35, $10, costs - Dodd Aldred, speeding, 80 In a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - Girten Ailerton, speeding, 62 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - Mary Atkinson, speeding 82 In a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cosl, - Stacey Banner, no operators license, dismissed per correc­ tion. - Courteny Bates, speeding, 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - Kristin Baziuk, speeding, 67 in a 55, reduced to improper equipmenl, $25, cost; license not in possession, dismissed, Failure I to secure passenger, dismissed, - Clara Benitez, speeding, 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - Demetrius Blokeney, speed­ ing, 60 in a 45, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. - Carol Blaskievich, exceed­ ing posted limit, dismissed. - Jerry Bobbot, failure to re­ duce speed, dismissed, - Helen Boger, failure to re­ duce speed, dismissed, - Zachary Brewer, no opera­ tors license, dismissed, - Tyler Brooks, exceeding safe speed, dismissed, - Regina Buffkin, plate im­ properly attached, dismissed. • Johnny Bullins, failure to wear seatbelt, dismissed, • Roger Burchette, speeding, 68 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, Man Dies From ^ Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound A Davie man was found dead’ at his home last Thursday - the victim of a self inflicted gun shot wound to the head. According to Davie Sheriff Allen Whitaker, Paul W, Correll, 85, of 230 Pleasant Acre Drive, Mocksville was pronounced dead Aug, 12 at approximately 4:40 p.m, Correll was found in the bed­ room of his home. The weapon used was seized by the sheriff’s department. “There was no sign of foul play,” Whilaker reported. Correll was retired and had some medi­ cal history, Whitaker said. Hanging Ruled As A Suicide Authorities ruled the death of a local man Monday a suicide. According to Davie Sheriff's Department Detective R.M. Trotter, authorities were con­ tacted by family members after finding the body of Donald Lee Shore Jr., 58, of 1812 People’s Creek Road, Advance at his home. Trotter reported Shore hnd hanged himself in the basement of his home using an electrical cord'. According to Trotter, Shore was last seen late Sunday night by family members, but could not be found on Monday morn­ ing, An uncle was called to the home and noticed a light on in the basement. Shore was recently separated from his wife and wns scheduled to appear in court on Monday involving his marriage, Trotter said. U l I 'U I S I \ I \ l | \ I Julia Howard Ni" Ì Itm st Please contact me in: MOCKSViaE! (336) 751-6567 RALEraH: (919) 733-5904 16 W. Jones Street, Rm If06 Raleigh, NC 27601-1096 Email: ¡ullah@ncleg.net P aid io r by М и л H ow ako - Dustin Clodfelter, no opera­ tors license, dismissed, - Pamela Cope, speeding, 60 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Douglas Crisco, failure to stop, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. . - John Crook, no inspection sticker, dismissed per correction. ■ Amanda Cudd, speeding, 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Sonya Daniel-Hones, speed­ ing 69 in a 55, reduced lo im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. - Caleb Davis, improper pass­ ing, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Chanika Davis, speeding, 92 in a 70,79 in a 70. $10, cost. - Keri Davis, speeding 91 in a 70, reduced to 74 in a 70, $ 10, cost. - German Diaz, speeding 56 in a 25, reduced to 34 in a 25, $10, cost, - Charles Doby, improper towing, dismissed, - Daniel Fitzpatrick, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced to Improper equipment, $100, cost, - Hunter Foster, speeding, 88 In tt 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, - John Glannasca, speeding, 70 In a 55, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Bobby Goodman, speeding, 60 in a 40, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost; no inspec­ tion sticker, dismissed. - Tracie Green, speeding 90 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, cost. - Tapsil Gunawan, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to 74 in a 70, cost; expired registration, dis­ missed per plea. - Philip Hatrield, no operalors license, dismissed. - Robert Helms, speeding, 85 in a 70, reduced to Improper equipment, $25, cost, Nancy Hollis, speeding, 39 in a 25, dismissed, - Pamela Hood, speeding, 80 in a 70 reduced to improper eqUipftieht; $25, cost, ' ' - Stephanie House, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Thomas Huffman, no in­ spection sticker, dismissed. - Amie Hum, No insurance, dismissed. - Michelle Jones, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Valda Jones, speeding, 86 In a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost; failure to secure passenger, dismissed per plea. - Shirley Kelly, failure to stop, reduced lo improper equip­ ment, $25, cost, - Lauren Lackey, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost. - Adam Lanka, speeding, 87 ikn a 70, reduced lo improper equipment, $50, cost. - Steven Lowry, marked lane violation, dismissed. - David,Mabe, failure to yield, dismissed, - Adam Macedo, no inspec­ tion, dismissed, - Judy Mayfield, no inspec­ tion, dismissed. - Virginia Melchor, allow un­ licensed driver, dismissed. • Billie Metford, speeding 70 In a 55, reduced to Improper equipment, $25, cost. - Linda Miller, no operators license, dismissed, • Patricia Miller, speeding 55 in a 25, reduced to 34 in a 25, $10, cost. - Edward Mock, no insur­ ance, dismissed; allowing an underaged driver, dismissed, permitting the operation of a motor vehicle without insurance, dismissed, - Omar Mongaya, speeding 55 in a 35, reduced to 40 in a 35, $5, cost. - David moore, speeding 60 in a 35, rcduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - Ronnie Morgan, open con­ tainer after consumption, re­ duced to open container in pas­ senger area, $10, cost. - John Morrison, no insur­ ance, dismissed, - Derek Norman, failure to stop, reduced to improper equip- : ment, $25, cost. - Lorena Ozuna, speeding 91 in a 70, reduced to 79 In a 70, cost, - Daryl Padgett, speeding, 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Mamtaben Putel, following loo closely, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cosl; improper passing, dismissed per plea, - Lawrence Primm, speeding 83 in a 70, rcduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Rhonda Reed, speeding, 84 in a 70, reduced to 74 in a 70, cost, - Jonatilon Reeves, expired registration, dismissed. - Harold Reid, unlawful use of highway, dismissed. - Calris Rivas, failure lo use a stop sign, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - Noel Robertson, speeding, 89 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cosl. - Alfredo Ruano, no operators license, $50 fine, cost; driving without headlamps, reduccd per plea. - Violet Rupard, speeding, 70 in a 55, di.smlssed. - Laura Sandoval, failure lo reduce speed, dismissed. - Patrick Sawtelle, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. - Ryun Schuible, Failure to use a stop sign, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost; no liccnse, dismissed per plea. - Joseph Schwenk, speeding 55 in a 35, reduced lo improper equipmenl, $25, cosl. - Allison Selgler, speeding 82 in a 70, reduced to improper equipmenl, $25, cosl. - Kennelh Silverman, speed­ ing 79 in u 70, reduced to im­ proper equipmenl, $25, cost. - Sarah Simmons, speeding 60m in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Tonia Smilh, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cosl. - Tonya Smith, no inspection, dismissed, - Michael Snyder, ficticious tags, dismissed per correction; nom insurance, dismissed, fail­ ure to wear n scutbelt, $25, cost. - Nelidtt Solis, unsafe move­ ment, dismissed, - Aaron Stephens, unsafe .speed, $25, cost; no insurance, dismissed per plen. - Kristin Sutev, failure to re­ duce speed, dismissed, - Anthony Tardell, no inspec­ tion sticker, dismissed. - William Taylor, exceeding safe speed, dismissed, - Richard tener, speeding, 86 in a 70, reduced to 74 In a 7C cost; no operalors license, dis missed. - Neeket Vagdama, speedini 87 in a 70, reduced to imprope equipment, $50, cost. _ Kelly Vanderbrook, no op erators license, dismissed. - Floribella Vera, parking vio latlon, dismissed. - Armond Vonsiatsky, im proper passing, dismissed. - Bang Vu, speeding 85 in . 70, reduced to improper equip ment, $25, cost. Abraham Warshenbrol speeding, 89 in a 70, reduced ti improper equipment, $25, cost following too closely, dismissei per plea. Melissa White, speeding 6: in a 50, reduced to imprope equipment, $25, cost, - Jeffery Williams, speedin; 71 in u 55, reduced to imprope equipment, $50, cost; no license dismissed per plea, - Daniel Wilson, failure ti yield, dismissed, - Dollie Wingo, speeding, 5i in u 35, reduced to imprope equipment, $25, cost. - Darren Zino, speeding 82 i a 70, reduced to improper equip ment, $25, cost. iííilí] Anytime IVIinutes Mocksville Detective Helps Catch Kidnapping Suspect A Mocksville police detec­ tive helped to catch a suspect in the kidnapping of a cab driver in Davidson County. Ken Hunter was investigat­ ing the theft of a cor from the Mocksville Wal-Mart parking lot, and upon vie\YÌng surveil­ lance tapes, saw a suspect enter­ ing the car. He also recognized the mnn ns wanted for the kid­ napping. Davidson authorities hud identified John David Campbell, 40, as the suspect, and distrib­ uted wanted posters. Hunter had seen one of those posters. When the vehicle stolen in Mocksville turned up in Hamilton County, Tenn,, they figured it hud been left there by the kidnapping suspect and sent the U.S. Marshal Service's Vio­ lent Fugitive Task Force lo look for him. Campbell is a convicted murderer. 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Mock.svillc. - Li.sii Nicliol.s reported iia- rassing phone cuil.s nt n re.sidcnce on Willow Creek Lane, Mocks­ ville on Aug. 8. ■ On Aug. 9 Juan Rnmirez reported n Nis.snn Stanza sva.s taken from u home on Cubana Lane, Mock.sville. - Barry Sims reported an as­ sault at Farminglon Dragwuy on Aug. 9. - On Aug. 9 Greg Coble re­ ported a mailbox was dumnged at a home on N.C. 601 North, Mock.sville. - Wilbert Smith reported a cooler was lakcn and ii truck, ctw, and riding inower was damnged at n location near Howardtown Road, Mock.svillc on Aug. 10. -OnAug. II OniberSnnchez reported a vchiclc wind.shield wus damaged at a home on Lakeview Drive, Mocksville. - Rnndall Smith reported an assault at a home on Friendship Court, Mock.svillc on Aug. 11. - On Aug, 12 Bobby Boles reported u licensc tag was taken from a location on Wngncr Road. Mocksville. - Jeffery Lewis reported an attempted larceny nt a home on Pineridge Road, Mock.sville on Aug. 12. - On Aug. 12 Shelby Chilton reported an assault al a residence on Longlcaf Lane, Mocksville. - Timothy Robertson re­ ported a four wheeler wns taken from a localion on Howardtown Roud, Mocksvillc on Aug. 13. - On Aug. 13 Brooks Robertson reported glass items were taken from n home near Tatum Rond, Mocksvillc, - Willium Lear reported trash cans were lakcn from a storage building on Hickory Tree Road, Mocksvillc on Aug. 13. - On Aug. 13 Ellen Mabe re­ ported money was taken from a residence on U.S. 64 Easl, Mocksville. - Patricia Ward reported checks were token from a resi­ dence on Hartley Road, Mocksvile on Aug. 14. - On Aug. 14 Paul Carter re­ ported a liccnsc plate wns Inken from a purking lot on U.S. 158, Advance. Judy Hellard reported money wns lakcn from a busi­ ness on U.S. 601 South, Mocks­ ville on Aug. 14. - On Aug. 15 Felicinno Romero reported money was taken from a localion on U.S. 601 South, Mocksville. - Lynette Royal reported a yard was damaged at a home on Powell Rond on Aug. 15. - On Aug. 15 William Blackwelder reported a mailbox was damaged nt a home on Sheffield Road, Mocksvillc. L a n d T r a n s f e r s The following land transfers were filed wilh the Davie Reg­ ister of Deeds, listed by parties involved, acreage, township nnd deed stamps purchased, with $2 representing SI ,(XX). - Kimberly Koeblitz nnd Kelly Riiller and Jesse L. Rutter to Cathy A, Manson, 1 lot, Mocksvillc, $242. - James Everett and Tanya Womble Abernathy to Robert F. und Vickie A. Garrett, I lol, Shudy Grove, $459. - Robert M. Stevenson Jr., ex­ ecutor of estate of Benjamin B. Hinckley Jr. to Bcnnuda Village Retirement Ccntcr, 1 condo­ minium, Farmington, $272, - Bcrmudu Village Retire­ ment Center to Jeremiah H. Wyatt, Jeremiah H. Wyatt II and Marsha Wyall Ellison, co-lrusl- ecs under the sonia H. Wyatt Trust, 1 condominium, Fumiing- lon, $272. - 1 lubbnrd Realty of Winston- Salem to H&V Conslruclion, 2 lots, $128. - Gary E. Hatley nnd Amy S. Hntley to David K. Salmon und Diane E. Salmon, .76 acre. - Carolina Foreclosure and Title Services to Countrywide Home Loans, 1 lol, $297. - Mulvaney Homes to Shan­ non Windsor, 1 lol, Farmington, $296. - Mulvaney Homes to Lisetta Del Guercio, 1 lol, Farmington, $358. - Eva Jane Young to Suzanne Taplin, 1.05 acres, Farmington. - Aflic O. Foster to Jnnice F. Jordan, trustee for the Arlie O. Foster Trust, I condominium, Farrnington. - Mark A. Reed and Valerie A. Reed lo Richard C. Hooser and Brendn Hooser, 1 lot. Shady Grove, $477. - Duvid R. Salmon nnd Diane F. Salmon lo Kimberly D. Garrett, 1 tract, $320. - H. Terry Hutchens, substi­ tute trustee lo The Provident Bank, I lot, Farminglon, $700. - Dick Anderson Construc­ tion to Kristen L. Murray und Stephen Lee Tillman, 1 lol, Shady Orovc, $610. - Belly Jean Hendrix to Linda M. Honour, 4 lots, $190. - Malthew Hubbard Con­ struction lo Jeffery J. Caulhen, 1 lol, Mocksville, $210, - Jeffrey E, King to Paul M, Vomaska and Janet A, Vomaska, I lol. Shady Grove, $580. - Darlene Y. Starr and James V. Starr lo Alfred E. Bishop and Margarct-Mary Bishop, 1 lot, Jerusalem, $420. -Timothy W. Hunsuckcrand Debra C. Hunsuckcr to Christo­ pher K.Shuping, I lot, Fnrming- ton, $500. - Forrest C. Cranfili Con- struction to Ernest George Hanington and Shannon L. Haninglon, I lol, Farminglon, $930. - SAWS, L.P. to Dcgny Vega Ramirez and Yolanda B. Ramirez, 1 lol, Jerusalem, $216. - Sterling National Servicing lo Nichols Land Company, I lol, $90. - Mulvnney Homes lo ABBA, Inc., I tract, Farmington, $684. - Craig Carter Builder to Beverly L. Burks. 1 lot, Farm­ inglon, $590, - LnSnllc Bank National As­ sociulion to Duvid A. Mitchell, .3 acre, Mocksvillc, $110. - Bank One National Associa­ tion to Robert S. Bnmhnrdl and Glenda S. Barnhardt, I tract, Mock.svillc,$l20. - Laura R. Muyo to Timothy E. Muyo, 1 lot. - Cambridge Isenhour Homes 10 Lisa R. David nnd Kerry Patrick Mattingly, 1 villa, Fanii- ington, $519. - Deborah Lynn Cox to Gre­ gory Scott Bentley, I acre, Shady Grove. - J. Roy Nicholas and Wcslray B. Nicholus, trustees of Ihe J. Roy Nicholas and Wcslray B. Nicholas Trust to Wesiray B. Nicholas, I villa, Farminglon. - Westphalia Construction to George Ellis M iller Jr. and Jcannine Rusnack Miller, I lot, Farminglon, $770. - George Ellis Miller Jr. and Jcannine Rusnack Miller lo John R. DeCarlis and Margaret A. DeCnrlis, 1 lol, Farmington, $850. - Julia Marlene Boger to Tamtny B. Shore, 6 lots, Mocks­ villc. - Trustee Services of Caro­ lina, substitute trustee lo Federal Home Loan Mortgage Соф., 4.1 acres, Mocksvillc. - Milligan Investments to Luis E. Portillo, I lot, $196. - Cleary Aulo Sales lo Will­ inm H. Brodauf, 1.45 acres, Mocksville, $278. - Jeffrey B. Biggers and Arden Furr-Biggers lo Paul A. Mote and Tricin A. Mole, 1 lol, Farminglon, $504. - Dorothy E. Houston to Jerry W. Smith, 45.25 acres, Farming­ ton, $320. - Edward C. Barnhardt and Doris W. Barnhardt to Paul B. Willard Jr, and Glenda K, Willard, 1 lot, $22, - Charles V. Favre and Shirley B. Favre to Reginald J. Guyton and Sharon I. Guyton, I lot, Mocksville, $29. - Steven T. Parker and Chris­ tina Dclmonleo lo Jason W. McCray. 1 lot, $313. - J.K. Canter Builder to Walt Myers and Karen Myers, 1 lot, Farminglon, $749. H i g h w a y P a t r o l The following traffic wrccks in Davie Counly were listed by the N.C. Highway Patrol. Heavy Kalns Cause Wrccks у At least six cars sustidned a combined $10,000 in damage, and five drivers were died for exceeding a sufc speed in in­ clement weather in separate ac­ cidents on 1-40 lust Fridny. A Winston-Sulem woman avoided injury when her cnr spun out of control nnd collided with a median cable urotind 8:30 p.m. Trooper A.A. Justicc reported thut Louise Bazemore of 610 Nokomis St. in Winston-Sulem wns irnvcling west on 1-40 when she hydroplnncd on n puddle und losl control of her vehicle near mile marker 174. Her vehicle was lowed from the sccne. In a .separate accidenl, Justin Sigmon of Grunite Quurry wns Irnvcling enst when he experi' enced a similur situulion. Sigmon, 22, hydroplaned and lost control of his vehicle, and came lo rest on the grass me- diun about 4 miles easl of Ihe Fannington Roud cxil. Trooper L.J. Stuley cited Sigmon for ex­ ceeding a sufc speed. Troopers also cited two other women in sepurnte uccidcnts. Peggy Murlin'of Gustonia and Eileen Brown of Troutman were bolh charged with exceed­ ing u safe specti uflcr both losl conlrol of Iheir vehicles and hit a median cable barrier. Martin drove her disnbled vehicle to a rest stop, where she called police and explained she was travelling west when she losl control und slid onto the median, hitting tlie cable divider. Trooper Howell estimated the damage lo the cable barrier lo be around $ 12(K). Howell snid Brown did not damage the cable barrier when she hil it in a separate accident two hours later. The accidents took place approximately five miles apart from cach olher. Amie Ricciardella of Mock.s­ villc was also cited for exceed­ ing a safe speed, and sustained $25(K) worth of damage to her 1994 GMC vehicle. Trooper Staley esiimaies Ricciardclla's vehicle was traveling at 50 miles an hour when she losl control of her vehicle while driving west on 1-40 and hil the cable barri­ ers. Ricciardclla's vehicle slid for 70 feel afler the initial im­ pact. She was not injured. Staley also reported that An­ drew Dodson of Greensboro wus traveling ul approximately 45 miles per hour when he collided wilh the median cable barrier, causing $2000 in damage to his 2000 Chevy. Dodson was not injured, and recieved a summons for exceeding a sufc speed. Three Cars Collide On 801 A man failed to notice cars stopped in front of him nnd caused a llirce car collision on highway 801 Thursday. Kyle Rogers of Clem]j;nons was driving a 1996 Jeep that hil the rear of a 1998 Honda driven by Jennifer Keel of 437 Redlnnd Roud in Advnncc. Keel’s vehicle slummed into the buck of a ve­ hicle driven by Robert Brown of 478 Jack Booe Roud in Mocks­ ville. Bolh vehicles sustained heavy damage. Brown was transported to Davic County Ho.spital by EMS, and was later released. Dccr Struck On Wyo Road A Yadkinviile man's vchicle slruck a deer late Sunday night on Wyo Road. Donnld Keaton was traveling enst on Wyo Road when a deer crossed in from of his 1996 Ford. Trooper L.J. Stuley reported the vchicle sus- luincd npproximntely $2000 in damage, bul was able to be driven from the scene. DebrlsCnuses Accident ' A Mocksvllle womun sus­ tained damage lo her vehicle when she hit debris laying across NC 801. Amelia Blalock of 125 Ca­ mellia Lune was irnvcling enst in her 2003 Clicvrolcl Friduy moming when she slruck debris, causing approximately $900 in damage. Car Flips On 1-40 A South Carolina woman re­ fused mcdical treatmeni after flipping her cnr in a one vchicle accident on 1-40. Hailey Burkell-, 18, of Dntcsburg, was cited wilh exceeding a safe speed by trooper Howell. Burkett was driving u 2000 Pontine west wlicn she losl conlrol and drove off the roadway lo the right. She collided with a ditch and the car overturned. Woman Drives Into DUch Jill Andrews of 1247 Cann Road In Mocksvllle escaped In­ jury when she drove her 1980 Ford into a ditch Sunday after­ noon. Andrews, 22, told Trooper J.L. Staley that she was turning left from US 601 onlo Cana Road when the vehicle became uncontrollable and she ran off the road and became stuck in a ditch. Car In Woods Bryn Nicole Turner, 19, of 963 Williams Rond in Advance, was cited with failure to stop al a slop sign Sunday after driving her car Ihrough an inlerseciion and into tt ditch. Trooper Howell reported that Turner was travel­ ing west on Pudding Ridge Road and failed to slop al Cana Road. Turner was driving 55 mph M o c k s v i l l e P o l i c e C o o l e e m e e P o l i c e The following urc from Cool­ eemee Police Depurtment re­ ports. - A trespusser wus reported on Soulh Yadkin Power property on Aug. 12. - The larceny of picnic table from RiverPark was reported Aug. 12. - A domestic argument on Wall Street wus reported Aug. 9. The following incidents were reported to the Mocksville Po­ lice Departmenl. - The larceny of a computer hard drive at Mocksville El­ ementary School was reported Aug. 6. -The larceny of a pocketbook from a business off Yadkinviile Road was reported Aug. 6. - The larceny of a handbag from the Duvie Counly Health Department was reported Aug. 11. - The breaking and entering of a room at The Comfort Room A r r e s t s was reported Aug. 13. - The breaking, entering and larccny of electronic items from n residence on Foster Street was reported Aug. 15. - The larceny and forgery of checks from a residence on Mill­ ing Road was reported Aug. 11. - The larceny of money from a pocketbook al Mocksville El­ ementary School was reported Aug. 6. - The Inrceny of yard sale items from Summit Drive was reported Aug. 6. - The larceny of items from Wal-Mart was reported Aug. I I. ' - On Aug. 4, a license plale wus stolen from a vehicle on Yadkinviile Road. Arrests - Fernando Alejandro Snnchez, 42, of Sinlesville, wus charged Aug. 6 with driving while license revoked. Trial date; Sept. 3. - Marcos Salaznl, 24, of Yndkinvilie, was churged Aug. 9 with mnklng threatening tele­ phone culls. TrinI dnte: Aug. 26. - William Eugene Rny, 69, of 149 Lakewood Drive, was chargcd Aug, 10 with misde­ meanor larceny, two counts communicating threats and fail­ ure to heed blue light and siren. Trial date; Sept. 23. Traffic Accldcnts - Bobby Randall Connor, 39, of Salisbury, was making a lurn in a truck nt Vailcy Drive and U.S. 64 West and told Del. D.T. Miller III that he didn’l make n wide enough turn, causing il to hil a 1998 Chevrolet driven by Natalia Raye Hagan, 39, of Red­ wood Drive. F i r e s Davie Counly fire depurt- nients responded lo Ihe follow­ ing calls; Aur. 9; Smith Grove, 12:44 p.m., Bobbil Road, grass fire; Farminglon assisted; Smith Grove, 1 p.m. Aug. 10: Smilh Grove, 8;11 p.m.. Speaks Roud, automobile accidenl; Farmington assisted. Aug. 12: Cenler, 1;07 p.m.. Lake Myers, catnper fire; Sheffield-Calahnln assisted; County Line assisted; Counly Line, 2:47 p.m., 1-40 East, auto­ mobile accidenl; Centernssistcd; Center, 3:59 p.m., Ijames Church Roud, downed power lines. Aug. 13: Advance, 6; 15 p.m., Kingsmill Drive, fuel spill; Ad­ vancc assisted. Aug. 14: Advancc, 12:26 a.m.. Underpnss Rond, uutomo- bilc accident. Aug. IS: William R. Davie, 11:28 p.m., Berkshire Lane, power line on tree; Jerusalem a.ssisted. The Davie Coimty Sheriffs Departiuent made the following arrests: - Stephanie Yates Smith, 19, of 123 Friendship Courl, Mockville was arrested Aug, 9 for Inrceny of a dog. Triul dnie: Sept. 2. - Jason Lee Estep, 22, of 137 Whiluker Road, Mocksvillc wus nrresled Aug, lOfordrivingwilb license revoked and no insur­ ance. Trial dale; Sept. 3. - Cathie Reed Dietrich, 61, of 246 Winding Creek Road, Mock.sville was arrested Aug. 10 for fuilure to appear. Trial date; Aug. 24 in Montgomery Counly. - Juson T. Green, 23, of 14(K) Liberty Church Road, Mocks­ villc was arrested Aug. 11 for obstructing, delaying, nnd resist­ ing a public officer. Trial date; Sept. 2. - Sleven Gregory Ivey, 32, of 202 Powell Road, Mocksville wns arrested Aug, 11 for com­ municating threats. Trial date; Aug. 26. - Jnckic Lee Bledsoe, 43, of 4610 U.S. 601 North, Mocks­ ville was arrested Aug. 11 for communicating threats nnd scc­ ond degree trespassing. Trial date; Aug. 30 in Forsyth County. - Tracy Allen Carter, 34, of 1167 Williams Road, Mocksville was arrested Aug. 12 for driving with license revoked. Trial dale: Aug. 20. - Marccccus Jerome Fortune, 29, of 145 Etchison Street, Mocksville was ariesled Aug. 12 for fishing without a license. Trial date; Sept. 10 in Rowan Counly. - James Lee Peebles, 44, of 176 S. Angell Road, Mocksville was arrested Aug. 13 for harass­ ing phone call. Trial date; Sept, 14 in Forsyth Counly. - Andre Lnmoni Smoot, 31, of Woodleaf wus arrested Aug. 13 for driving with licensc re­ voked. Trini dule; Oct. 15. - Jeffrey Shuford Willlnms, 45, of 185 Hinkle Drive, Mocks­ ville was nrresled Aug. 14 for fnlse report to police station, Trial dale; Sept. 16. -Tristón Michael Smith, 16, of 226 Duichmanss Trail, Mocksville was arrested Aug.’ 14 for possession of beer under 21. Trial dale; Sept, 16. -Jo.sephPhillipHogun,2 l,of 186 Pamela Lane. Mocksvilie was arrested Aug, 14 for con­ tributing to the delinquency of a minor. Trial date; not listed. F u n d s C a n K e e p M e m o r ie s A liv e DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 19,2004 - 7 when she came lo the end of the toad. She skidded for 35 feel across Cana and Into a ditch on tho other sido, then proceeded to hit a few trees before coming lo -4 rest in a wooded area. Turner’s 2000 Hondu sustained $6000 in damage. Man Charged With DWI An Advance tnan was charged with DWI for his part in causing a two car collision on NC 801 Saturday evening. Trooper L.J. Staley reported that Stephen Butler of20l Kingsmill Drive in Advance was traveling north on NC 801 when he failed lo see thnl Jumcs Hoots Sr. of Little John Drive, also Advance, had slopped for traffic. Butler collided woith the rear of Hoots' 1995 Toyota, causing $1200 in damage. Staley arrested Butler and charged him with DWI und failure to reduce speed. Crenting a fund ut Tlie ' Community Foundution of Dnvie County is a way lo keep tlie memory of u friend or family . member iilive. Funds created at the foun- ■ dalion can be named by the donor lo honor any individuni, group, or organization. Each time n grnnl is made from ilie fund, the memory of the loved one is honored becausc grants from a fund slate lhat the award was made from the named fund. Did your family member or friend belong lo a special organization or volunteer their time for a spccial cause? Funds may be established lo support those organizations or they can support the Dnvie County community ut large. Boss Honored Boss Construction Co. of Mocksville was nnmed n chur- . ter award winnor in the Virginia Road'and Transportation Build- .ers Association annual safely program. A g u a llo N a m e d B a n k D ir e c t o r Former Davie Counly re,si- denl Jonalhan Agunllo hns been named director of asset growth and retention for the wealth investment management divi­ sion at Bank of America. Aguallo is a 1989 graduate of Davie High. He recently completed his masters degree in business adrnlnislra- , lion from Wake Forest Univer- psily. He and his wife, Beth, a Clemmons native, live in Char- jdile with Iheir Ihree children. Ehase. 6. Grace. 4. and Ben. 6 iStnonths. A gifl of $5,000 creates an endowed memorial fund that will make grants in memory of your friend or loved one forever. A nnmed “Acom” fund may be established wilh a gift of $ 1,000. Additional gifts are then made over lime until the fund reaches $5,000 when it may begin making granls in Ihe community Endowed funds are invested etcrnully und ench year make awards in the name of the fund. Currently, four pcrcent of Ihe endowment is awarded annually Awarding four percent allows the fund lo make grants nnd still continue lo grow. As the fund grows, so do the grunts awarded №om the fund. If a fund doubles every seven years, you can quickly see that in time, even a siTiall mctnorial fund will grow lo hnve si/eable impact on a community organization or project. Muny friends and family members spent a portion of their lives giving their time and/or their contributions to a spccial organization, church or school. Miuiy were bom, raised and led happy lives in Davic Counly, Why not create a fund in the name of that .special person lo continue their support inlo eternity? Tlioodorc Roosevelt said, “What a innn docs for him.self dies wilh him, whal he does for others lives on forever.” You cnn conlinue "doing for others" in the memory of some­ one special. What a powerful way to keep their memory and their love alive in this wonderful community. For more informalion , contact Jane Simpson at 753- 6903. Democrats Hear From Candidates The Davie Democrats heard from several cundidates at un ice crenm sociul ut Rich Pnrk on Aug. 14. Party Chair Clyde Scoll welcomed the Democrats to the gathering. Dr. Jim Harrell, candidate for the 5th District Congressional sent, shared his plnlfomt. He is n dentist from Elkin. Lurry Brown, cnndidnie for Ihc 34lli District Senate .sent, in­ troduced himself. He lives in Sulisbury and is an educutor. Brendan McGinnis spoke for Wayne Goodwin, who is run­ ning for N.C. Commissioner of Labor. Dclmas Parker brought com­ ments from ncross Ihc 5th Dis- tricl. He is chair of the district. Tamara Smoot sang inspiru- tionni songs. Tama O’Mura, lifelong Davie resident, introduced her campaign for Davic County commissioner. Ice cream, cakc, cookies and conversations were the order for llie day. Guardian ad Litem On Aug. 4, Inita Gaither was sworn as a volun­ teer Cauardian ad Litem by Judge IVIary Covington at the Davie County Courthouse. A Guardian ad Litem is a volunteer trained to advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children as their cases move through the court system. Anyone in­ terested in volunteering can call Mary TenBrinl< at (704) 878-4208. Pictured, from left, Ed Vogler, at­ torney advocate, Covington and Gaither. Г " |VALUABLE COUPON F a rm C R P S ig n u p s T o B e g in Farm Service Agcncy (FSA) hns announced a general 29 CRP sign-up to begin Aug. 30. Eligible cropland never before enrolled in CRP will be considered for enrollment under general CRP sign-up 29. Also, CRP sign-up 29 is offered for acres enrolled in CRP sel lo expire Sept. 30,2004 or Sept. 30, 2005. As further expansion to ihe CRP program, Ihere are a couple of new initiatives including a Bobwhile quail iniliutivc nnd nn expunded progrnm designed lo enhnnce wet lunds. For more informalion regarding CRP Sign-up 29 or public comment on the future of CRP, contact the Davidson- Davie FSA office at 1-800-524- 3389 or visit the USDA Web sites ut luti}:l/\vww.ml<i.i’ov. Aguallu Transportation Advisory Committee To Meet The objective of the meeting for transportation needs in the is to identify und make priorities counly. The meeting is open. F i r e F l o w T e s t S a t u r d a y Jockey hns postponed n fire fiow lest unlil Aug. 20 al 9 a.m. Water system customers south of Mocksvillc may have The Northwest Piedmont Rural Planning Organization will be holding a Davie Counly Transportation Advisory Com­ mittee meeting lo guide plnnning of highwuy, bicycle and pedes­ trian facilities on Tuesday, Sept. 14 nl 5:30 p.m. in Ihc Davie County Administration Build­ ing. dingy waler as a result of the tests. Call 751-5888 if there are any probletus. FAMILY STEAKHO USE J B U F F E T S P E C IA L 2 S $ i n o o BU FFET S ■WITH THIS COUPON COUPON GOOD M O NDAY-THURSDAY COUPON EXPIRES 09-02-04 D lN E -lN ONLY REMEMBER...TUE & SAT KIDS EAT FREE4pm to Closing, 10 & under 1580 Yadkinviile Rd. • Mocksville 336-751-0436 I www.prlme8lrioln.com1^ For Franchise Intormatlon call 800-244-1314 j Ule’re just a mouse-clickaway... 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See dealer lor details. s >-*0 AU* 1 A M U IO N -^ roeo n MnCVRT MockêvUl0 Carl NaylorGontvn/Atoflijtv Kolth DavonporlS.itoíAfcvT.VíJí’ ш ЛDalo RatlodQO AsstslanI Satos A íutagof Lonnlo Burgoaa k,. ri 'é U Ê Chuck Wolkor&iloa si I Football ‘04 T h u rs d a y , A u g . 1 9 ,2 0 0 4 ______Pagel______ D A V IB C O U N T Y E N T E R P m / ^ E C O R D T h i s I s T h e Y e a r Can The Team We’ve been Waiting For Live Up To The Hype? Uy Brian Pitts Davic County Emerprise Record Tlic lime lias coinc. Afler months of prcpuration unci wcelcs of hype, Ihe lime hiis come for one of the most anticipated seasons Davic hus ever seen. After Davie’s junior-laden team rolled lo the 4-A stale quartcrrmals lust year and fell to 0-3 in third-round games, everybody shouted “woit ‘til next year." Next year has come. The excilcmetit could not be higher. If Davie is ever going lo break Ihrougii Iho quarternnal wall and climb within 48 minutes of a stule-championship date, this is it, Tlte War Eagles appear lo have ev­ erything: I.T returning starters, 16 se­ nior starters, 10 third-year starters, five big-play liueats among running backs and receivers und a defense that’s all aboulspeed, speed und speed. Burry Whitlock gets chills just thinking about il. “Teams in the past have talked nbout il and talked aboul il: ‘Can wc really gel there? We’re going to try,’“ tlic of­ fensive coordinator said. “ Bul this year - wilh our talent und Ihe work they’ve pul in for nol just one year, but for two und three ycurs - now we feel like we’ve got a chance to win the .state championship. That goal seems moro possible. You can kind of lusto it, Tlte biggest majorily of lltc seniors have been on two roads to the third round, und you get Ihe feeling, hey, they’re tired of getting slopped in Ihe ihird roimd. Tliey wunt lo go to ihut next level." Devore l iolman can feel the elec­ tricity in the air. “ People usk me all the time: ‘How y’ail going lo be tills ycur? Y’«ll got a lot of people back,’ “ the defensive co­ ordinator said. “We’ve talked aboul the i)- promised land all Ihc time, bul I’U go out on a limb: Tliis squad has the po­ tential to be ono of llie better .squads. We’ve gol a group defensively witii a team speed of 4.66. When Patrick Lowery wns with us (in 2001), our team speed was 4.H2, and you know liow that group Hew around ilie foot­ ball. We’ve gol more athletes now than ever. Nol lo tnke anything uway from our past teams iKcause 1 love every one of the kids I’ve ever coaciied, bul as a whole we’ve got more athletes than we’ve liad in a while." Between lys.“), wlien Dnvie jumped from 3-A to 4-A, and \995, the Wnr Eagles were stuck in obscurity, pro­ ducing seven losing records, three ..S(K) rccords nnd ono winning record. Tliere wasn't much to talk aboul from 1974- 81, either. A remarkable renaissance emerged in 1996, when the War Eagles beat Wesl Forsyth for the first time in nine years, won their first playoff game ever and won eight games for the first time in 12 yoars. Since Ihc ‘96 rebirth, they are 64-37 overall nnd 24-14 in the Cen­ tral Piedmont Conference, with two .sccond-placo finishes, three first places and an 8-5 playoff rccord. Davie’s high-water murks: 10-0 regular season in 1965, 11 wins in 1997 nnd 27 wins from 1997-99, the best three-year run. Bul now Ihe War Eagles hnve the pioces in pinco to muke bigger wuves. They’ve never repented as conference chumps, fnlling short in ‘66, ‘74, ‘85, ‘00 uml ‘02. And they’ve never solved the third round, their semifinal droums evaporating at Cresl in ‘97, al A.C. lioynolds in ‘02 nnd at Mount Tabor last your. It’s hard lo imagine a iiungrior team. “Expeclutions of the kids are a lot higher," sevcnth-yeur conch Doug Illing .said. “ If all Iho kids wanted to do was have n winning season, we wouldn’t be doing ‘Men of Ihe Sum­ mer’ and we wouldn’t be doing (offseason) workouts. But they wnnt to bo confcrencc champions and Ihey want lo go to the slate championship.” Wliat do the players see? “A stale championship is Ihe goul," senior tight end Ted Rundolph said. ‘;if we don’t get that. I’ll be highly disap­ pointed.” “ We’ve got everything wo need, we’ve just got lo innko il hnppen,” se­ nior center Ryan Boehm said. “We’re fnsl nnd we’re strong. But we’re noth­ ing until tlie (Aug.) 20th.” No matter liow much optimism fills the air, prcseason tnlk is worth as much ns a wooden nickel. Highly-touted teams go strnight from tho hon eytnoon night to divorcc court'every year. Samples: In Roy Kirby’s first year ns Crest’s conch in 1997, the Chargors were nationally ranked wilh three Pa­ rade All-Americans. They started 0-2. Last year Auburn was runked No, I in the counlry in presonson. It slarled 0-2 and finished 8-5. And in Chad Groover's 1996 senior year at Appala­ chian State, the senior-dominated Mountaineers missed the playoffs af­ ter going 12-1 and ranking fiflh in llie final Division I-AA poll Iho your be­ fore. “I compare this team to my senior year at App," Groover, the offensive line coach, snid. “Our offensive line­ men were in our fourth year together, wc had 16 or so reluming slarters and didn’t make the playoffs. We didn’t make what wc should have made oul of our season. We’vo got all the talent, but whal will we do with it? We’ve gol somo stars. If they cnn put tenm first, then we can go a long way. Can wo gol? Can we play as 11 on the field al ono timo instead of me, me, me? People arc going to pick us prelly high just be­ cause of llie studs we have and ns many returners ns we’re bringing bnck. Us conches hnve lo really drill that this is a team." “We can’t listen to ull Ihe words," secondnry coach Mike Rominger said. “ Expectations are greal, but if you don’t play like you’re supposed lo, there’s a lot of disappointment. All the lalk is not worth a dung. We've got lo go out there and do it on the field." Tho Wur Engles hnve rnroly hnd as many players who cnn change n gume. We snw this golden chance coming when the seniors were seventh graders nnd when tho seniors played beyond their yenrs as sophomores. Bul that doesn't mean they’ll roll uninterrupted. Things could fail npurt at ony timo ngninst one of Iho toughest schedules in school history (11 opponents were a combined 84-54 last year). But llling’s slaff is tremendous al handling adversity. Dnvie was going nowhere in 2002 before pulling off a drnmntic turnaround with n 26-24 thriller over Norlh Davidson und two playoff romps. Last year wns the ulti­ mate turnaround, Tho Wnr Engles were exusperutod nfler following n 4-0 start with an 0-4 crumble. But with nil the chips on the lable, they stormed to a share of the CPC title and five straight wins. “ It could bo one of tliose things , where we get tho ball rolling and don’l stopi or U couid bo ono of those things where our chemistry doesn’t gel and we've got a bunch of great athletes but we just Пор,” Holman said. “The ball’s in their court pretty much. Doug’s go­ ing lo give us a game plan and we’re going lo work roal iiard to put Ihem in posilion to lie successful, bul il’s go­ ing lo be up to Ihem lo curry Ihut out." This is tlie lime of year when opti­ mism is high everywhere you look. Ev­ ery team thinks it cun win. Every player is predicting n brenkout your. But Ihis is Iho moment Davie’s been building toward. This is the team. “ I haven’t been at Davio Ihe whole history of footbull, but I know in my 10 yeurs ns u conch we’ve got the greut- est group of uthletos we’ve ever had," outside linobnckers coach Keith Whi­ taker said. “If we can put it ail together, I think tho sky’s tho limit. That’s some­ thing that senior class has to answer. They have to answer the bell. If they answer thnt boll, gosh it can be good. We’re missing a few cogs, but we’re not missing many pieces.” “These seniors have worked and worked nnd worked, and they’ve de­ veloped themselves to where on paper they’re looking good,” Illing snid. “Now cnn we put it all together to make it happen? Hopefully wc can live up to everybody’.s expectations." Capsules On CPC Rivals West Forsyth 2003: 11-3,3-1 Starters Returning: 0 offense, 6 defense When you lose Harold Bennett, Korey Dillon and the entire offense, tho voids cannot bo filled without endur­ ing some pain, even for a program that has won .seven CPC titles in 13 years under Russell Slone. As n four-year starter at tailback, Bennett established school rccords for rushing yards in a seuson and a career, and Dillon rushed for 1,800 last year to grab No, 2 on tho singlc-sea.son list. "There’s no way to replace the ex­ perience," Stone said. “This team is about where Davic wns when Cooler (Arnold) and those guys were sopho­ mores.” Still, anyone who counts out Ihe Ti­ tans is brave or foolish. Life will be different, but they’re not on an5[ono’s pity list, Stone said tho sophomore class is loaded wilh ns much tnlent as he’s .seen. “ I think our defense will be pretty good," he said. “We're talented, we're jusl very inexperienced.” West's watch list: Quarterback Rob Johnson (senior trnnafor .from Reynolds), linebacker/tailback John Stamper (leading luckier lust ycur with 127, ull-conference us a freshman, pre- season 4-A all-stale) and linebacker Roman Irvin (third-yenr starter, 122 tackles). South Rownn 2003: 7-6, 2-2 Returning starters: 6 offense, 9 defense Last year the Raiders’ triple-option offense rang up a school-record 32 points a game, bul their defcn.se had a bad habit of giving them back, allow­ ing 26, But with 15 starters back, includ- W h a t P e o p l e A r e S a y i n g . . . "He’s Ihe hardest working guy alhleic that I’ve ever coached, (and) he’s one of the best defensive players in Ihc conference. I think when people leave lhal stadium, tiiey'il say, ‘Who's that 20?' because he’s soniething." - Keith Whilaker on senior OLH Duslin iVIorgan "Collins is just a bomb ready to explode. When he decides, ‘I’m tlie man oul here and Ihey can’t stop me,’ they’re not going to be able to." - lUirry Whitlock on senior wide receiver Dewayne Collins “Ted can dominate anybody who steps in front of him." - Matt Sain un seniur tight end Ted Randolph “He squats 500 pounds weighing 230 pounds, and to still be able lo run a 4.7 is prelly doggone good.” - Devore Holman un senior linebackcr D..I. Rice "On one cutback (last year vs, W. Rowan) his face mask gets un- silualed. As he’s running down the Held and cutting through guys, he’s adjusting his face mask in full stride and runs for a touchdown, Hc’.s amazing to watch." - Sain un (|uarlerback/tailback Coûter Arnold “ Like the saying ‘Jesus is everywhere,' Brock is everywhere. He is going to find Ihe ball, and he's going lo get there in a hurry. The same wilh Logan. If both of those boys work hard, there’s no telling what they cun become." - Holman on LIts Brock Flowers and Lugan Buchanan “ It could be one of the better backfields in the state. It's gol the ability to be one of the most talented bnckficids in a long lime." - Whitluck on Arnold, .lustin Brown, .lamar Kralcher “ He can be the man. At the end you might be nble to say Davie was successful because Rice was successful, I think he means that much to our defense.” - W hilaker on Rice “I've never seen him take a play off - never. If he gets his responsibil­ ity blocked, he'll be 15 yards up field looking for somebody else lo hil." - Sain on senior center Ryan Rochm “Wiien we .showed the (2003) highlight nitn at our banquet, it .seemed like he did something special every game.” -W hitlock on Arnold “ If Boehm was Ted Randolph’s size, he’d be getting looked at just like Ted. He's the best high-scliool center I've seen in a while.” - Chad Groover on Boehm “ If Ted goes out and dominates every play like lie should, tiien he’ll be all-state easily,” - Groover on Randolph “ He's a perfect body for football. When he has all of it together, 1 think he can dominate up front.” ' - Whitaker on senior defensive tackle Zac O’Brien “ He’s Just so quiet. But when lie steps between the lines on Friday night, he's not quiet, that’s for dung sure.” ’ - Tilden Carter on Arnold “ It's nol about the yards or whatever. It’s about winning. If 1 score, I score. Hopefully 1 beat the records, bul if I don’t, then oh well, it’ll be alright. Il’s no big deal, as long ns we muke it to the stnte championship and win." - Arnold un himseir ing three quick runners (Keith Fuller, Chris McKiverand Darius Beaty) who combined for 1,070 yards and an 8.77 per-carry average, lOlh-year coach Rick Vanhoy believes the Raiders can be a legitimate contender. “We've got good seniors and wo re­ tum most of our skill pdsitions except the quiulerbttck," said Vanhoy, who hus turned over tiie QB reigns 10 6-5,200- pound Michael Gore. “ Wo've got ex­ perience on the offensive line, and we’ve got two back on defense (LB Daniel Crosby and FS Heath Houston) thal mude ull-conference nnd ull- county. So we feel pretty good about our team.” Reynolds 2003: 3-8,0-4 Returning starters: 6 offense, 4 d'ofcnso Third-yenr couch Mike Propst suid the Demons’ picture is cloudy, thul they’re probably a year away from turning the comer. “We’re so young, wo’re going to have lo lake il week by week, game by game,” he said. “That’s kind of a cli­ che, but that’s really true for us. Il’s going to be n renl chnllengo.’’ Reynolds hus its usual potent mix of scutbncks, led by Archie Barrow’s 881 rushing yards as a sophomore. Another marquee name is rcccivcr An­ thony Levine, n prcseason all-state pick afier making 29 catches for 574 yards, Bul Propst is worrisome because he's relying on a young, untested of­ fensive line. “We’re only going lo be as good as those young kids are, and right now we're real average up front," he said. “Our rimning backs move pretty good. Wc can outrun a lot of people in the conference. But again it’s going to de­ pend on what we do up front." North Davidson 2003: 10-3,2-2 Returning slarters: 5 offense, 5' defense Third-year coach Mark Holcomb hus sustained n consistent winner. The Black Knights have won 50 of 62 games since 1999. They have won at leasl nine ganius cuch of the last five yoars. They registered four straight shutouts last year. Holcomb, however, iias some huge holes to fill. He lost 20-plus seniors, including QB Nick Jarvisi RBsTyanna, Tuttle and Braxton Deboso and top re­ ceiver Michael Robertson. So it’s time for North to take a step down, right? Maybe not. Holcomb said tho Knights feel more than optimistic. They plan on being no one’s doormat. “Every year il seems like we’re an­ swering the same questions,” he told the Lexington Dispatch. “ People want to know if wc can rcplucc this person or tliat person. Here ii’s more than one kid being a superstar. We've replaced hard-working kids that gradualed wilh hard-working kids that are back. We’ve got some kills who cnn piny, Tliey are jusl unproven.” The defense could retain ils snarl behind prcseason nll-slnte Chase Blackburn, a 6-4, 230-pound end. The olher defensive leaders are LBs Dustin Brondle (121 lacklos) nnd Dutch Fulp. “Wo think our defense cnn bo pretty doggone good uguin,” Holcomb said. “The expectations from our coaches, kids und community will always be the same. Wc expect tlie same hard work und the same outcome as what we’ve been having." About This Section... The pictures on the front nre Dnvie’s 22 senior footbnll pluyers. Don’t forget to check out the bnck pugc, u second color piclure featur­ ing Ted Randolph (lefl) und Cooler Arnold, The I9lh-unnuul footbnll section was once again a tremendous tenm effort - from conches giving interviews to Jnmes Barringer und Robin Fergusson (who shol Ihe Fl nnd F14 pictures) Inking photogrnphs to Brian Pitts wriling the stories lo Ray Tutterow designing the front and back pages to Mike Barnhardt doing all the layout, And, of course, none of Ihis would be possible without our great advertisers. Please, enjoy Ihis section ... and take time lo cliecr for the War Eagles. i Football *04 Thursday, Aug. 19, 2004 _________P a g e 3 DAVIB COUNTY EN TERPRI/iv^ECORD ^ .7 ■ J . - r " “ 1 ^ S 'S ; " i f ' ' i - , . . 1 4 ? , 3 - ; . n i ò f ì ■■ The 2004 Davie High School Varsity War Eagle Football Team D a v i e V a r s i t y F o o t b a l l R o s t e r No.Name HT WT Pos Class2James “Cooler" Arnold 5-11 188 QB/FB/DB 123Dontay Rivers 6-0 175 OLB 114Chris aootio 6-1 220 OLA,В 125D.J,Rice 6-1 225 LB 126Dewayne Collins 5-10 180 WR/LB 128Rocshon McNeil 5-10 175 DB/WR 119Terrell Wilson 5-11 205 DL 12 10 Bryson Brown 6-3 180 DB 1212Julian Johnson 5-9 170 WR 1114Brad Corriher 5-10 175 QB 1116Justin Brown 6-1 195 RB 12 20 Duslin Morgan 6-2 220 OLB 1222Jaspen Oray 5-10 180 OLB 1123ReShaun Parks 5-9 175 DB/WR 1124Kurt Bivins 5-10 170 DB 12 26 Jon Britt 5-9 185 OLB 1230Jamar Bratcher 5-9 185 RB 12 31 Timmy Downs 5-9 180 OLB 1132Zac O’Brien 6-1 195 OLB^B 12 33 Corey Chambers 5-9 190 DL 1234Harry Brown 5-10 200 DL 12 41 Joseph Phillips '5-10 170 DB 12 42 David Stein 6-0 180 К 12 44 Jonathan Dvyiggins 5-8 170 СВ И 46 Brock Flowers 5-11 180 LB 11 47 Logan Buchanan 6-1 180 LB 11 50 Earnest Mayfield 6-0 220 OL 11 52 Dion Cody 6-3 310 OL 12 54 Ben Kuhn 6-2 240 OL/LB 11 55 Jordan Fowler 5-11 230 DL 11 59 Tony Booe 5-9 200 OL 11 61 Brent Abendroth 6-0 225 OL 11 62 Jonathan Chaplin 5-9 190 DL 11 63 Jordan Grimes 5-10 205 OL 12Zach Yokley 5 11 200 OL 12. , .?■ Bubbn Boger .'¡'I 5 9 205 DL, ' " '' ‘á líiu ii;*67 •Ryan Boehm 6-2 260 OL 12 76 Casey Griffin 6-0 240 DL 11 79 T.A, Steele 6-2 265 ^ OL 12 80 Phillip Scolt 6-1 150 WR 11 81 Jamar Howell 6-1 165 WR И 82 Jonathan Mayfield 6-1 160 WR 11 84 . 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P u t th e p r o fe s s io n a ls o n y o u r te a m a n d y o u t h r o u g h s e llin g y o u r a t H o w a r d R e a lt y w e 'l l h e lp g u id e b u y in g o r p r o p e r ty . H 0 W A M > i^ftv» . R E A L T Y J i 330 s. Salisbury St. (Comer Hwys. 601 & 64). Mocksville, NC 27028 Office Hours; Monday-Friday 8-i • Saturday 9-12 • Sunday By Appl.CONNIE J KOWALSKE w w w .h o w a r d r e n lty .c o m w h iit l o c k•' 7К1.я5лп EVELYN HAYNES 7S1-8563 USAWISE 909-1434 .. Ч t,- V 4 Ч V. Football ‘04 Thursday, Aug. 19, 2004 P ag e 4_______ BAVIB COUNTY E N T E R Pm /fâiSC O R D Arnold Already Holds Records, But Remains Quiet And Humble Jiimcs "Cooler" Arnold is in llic spotlight lilcc pcriiaps no oilier Davic rootball pluyer has been. Thai's whal happens when you SCI Ihc record for most records sel in your junior year. But don't Ihink Arnold's bal- lyhooed image - he's lisled among seven 4-A running backs on Ihc preseason all-stale leam, and he's received scholarship offers from Auburn. Clemson, North Carolina and East Carolina • has gone to his head. He worked harder than ever lo prepare for his senior senson. "He realizes Ihc polcnlial Ihis season has, the potential he has and every day he's outworking anybody on Ihis field," Coach Doug Iliing said. "He's worked hard lo gel where he's at, and everything he's gelling he deserves," run­ ning backs coach Barry Whitlock said. Arnold is an cicclric runner. He looks lo be exerting little ef­ fort as he sails over yard stripes. He has ihc ability to run full speed. Slop, cul, then run full speed uguin. His field vision, cutback moves and ad-libbed plays urc a gift, they cun'l be taught. "When wc showed the (2003) highlight film at our banquet, it seemed like he did something spccial every game lo pick us up.” Whitlock said. "I don't know how many limes wc had u play called Ihis way. and he saw it wasn’t there and bounced it uround the olher way.” Tcanimalcs go bonkers when Arnold escapes and sleamrolls 20 yards after contact. "You sec him run east to west and breaking tackles und bend­ ing over and people fulling over his shoulders," .said senior cor­ nerback Kurt Bivins, a 10-year leammuic daling buck lo the Cooleemee Redskins. "Il looks . like he's down, but you heur Ihc ; funs in Ihe stands and you sec him run up the sideline. When you sec something like lhal, it gets you pumped up und rcady to play.” "Cooler's not all that fast in top-end speed, bul his feet are so quick," junior cornerback Rac,s- hon McNcil said. "He cnn cut­ back on you so quick. He runs to one side of the field, the guy's on him, he spins, cuts and comes back all Ihe way across Ihe field nnd scorcs,” Offensive line coach Matt Sain said the one againsi West Rowan, in game two of last year, left him gasping the most. "He runs enst and west for about 20 yards, then breaks aboul a 60-yard run," he said. "On one cutback his face mask gets un- situuted. As he's nmning down Ihc field and cutting through guys, he's adjusting his fncc musk in full stride and runs fora touchdown. He's amazing to watch.” Arnold has to be considered Davie's grentcsl runner. Last year he set single-season rccords for TDs (26), points (158), rushing yards (1,921) and nishing/pa.ss- ing yards (2,249). He already owns cnrecr rccords in TDs (37), points (228) nnd rushing/passing yards (4,149). What records he doesn't have are teetering on shaky shelves. At 2,892 carcer rushing yards, he needs 32 to pass David Dnyc (1994-96) for sccond and 205 lo pass Ricky While (1996-99) for first. Few - if any - have ever af- fcclcd a game as much as Arnold, whoso duties includc quarter­ back, tailback nnd cornerback. He threw for 929 yards and eight TDs in 2002, pickcd off five passes last ycnr (only two hnve intercepted more, 10 by Scott Cornatzer in 1997 nnd eight by Thud Bullock in 1981) and rnadc the most ferocious hit of 2(K)3, n body slum of a Page receiver lhat made the Channel 2 highlights. How docs slcepy-oyed Arnold feel ubout thejiypc around him? It's hard to tell. He won't tell you much. He doesn’t care if you know. He's modest and humble. His expression never changes, nnd his voicc in interviews barely exceeds a whisper. "I don't really like putting myself out there," he said. "I’m not Ihc type of person that gets the big head when something hnppens. To me it's not n big deal. My dad (James Arnold) always tells me not to get the big head, but I don’t ever anyway. "Il's nol about the yards or whntcver. It's nboul winning u game. If I score, I score and that's good. Hopefully I beat the records, but if 1 don’l, then oh well, it'll be alright. It's no big deal, as long as we make il to the state championship and win.” Even when Arnold rode with Sain to rehab and with Tilden Carter to Raleigh to watch N.C. State play, he wns quiet nnd soft- spoken. "I took him to rehab (last year) nnd Ihe only thing he would sny is: ‘Cnn we go to Bojnngles?' “ Sain snid. “If we do something in crunch-time .situations, you can .see jusl n little .something. He’s nol very emotional al all. He's nol going to do much if he scores." In last yenr’s 24-22 loss lo North Forsylh, Arnold scored on a 77-yurd run, a 73-yard recep­ tion and nished for 181 yards. He would have traded it ull for u win. "I look him to N.C. Stute u bunch last fall. Most of the time he slept all the way or most of the way," Carter, the defensive line conch, said. "During Ihe coursc of (198 rushing yards, two TDs nnd Iwo INTs in a 28-7 win over W. Rownn), you wouldn'l hnve known if Cooler rushed for 10 ynrds or 300 ynrds. The firsl time I snw any emotion on Ihc field wns Sinlesvillc, when he had two long scores in a back- nnd-forth gume. That’s the first time I've ever seen him do so much ns a fist pump. He's So Inld- back. He doesn't like the attcn- Cooler Arnold, who is rcady to add to his list o f school records, said he's leaninn loward Auburn University, one o f fo u r D ivision I scholarship offers. lion. He doesn't like the prni.se. He doesn’t like to talk about his nccompUshments, Chnnnol, 2 made a big ^eal about h\ii'hU against Page, He was very non­ chalant nbout it. He even made the commcnt: ‘Well, Billy ; (Ridcm) ttirned him around.' Even though It wns such a spec­ tacular pluy, he wns trying to shed the light on somebody else, “He’s just so quiet. But when he steps between Ihe lines on Fri- ^ dny night, he's not quiet, Ihut’s for dung sure.” Football ‘04 M a c h o T ig h t E n d H a s A C C P ro file To G o W ith Style Every football team hns a macho man. Every football team has nn intimidator und a big smack-lnlker, Pregamc stares and mind- game tricks ain’t worth a dime if the brash bully can’t walk the talk, and that’s why every coach would give up their scouting re­ ports for Davie’s senior tight end. Tod Randolph is cool and cocksure. Few players in Davie’s archives have looked a,s physically intimidating (6-4, 255). All that would amount to mere style points if Randolph didn't have substance,, if he didn't have another name that validnlcs his monster presence; Mr. ACC. Randolph, who shut down coast-to-coast attention, phone calls and visits from Division I suitors by verbally committing to Wake Forest, imagined him­ self reaching a pedestal us a North Davie seventh grader. The only question was whether he would sport a cap or helmet. "I eitlier wanted to do base­ ball or football," he said. ‘‘It just happened that football worked out better nnd I couldn't be any happier. I'm excited I'm going to be uble to go lo college and play foolbnll and do a lot of things other people want'to do but can’t. But to me I’m still a high-school football player, und that won’t change until I gradu­ ate.” Randolph has a cold­ blooded gonl when ho fires off the Uhe; Bent up the defender physically nnd toy with him Thursday, A ug. 19, 2004 Page 5_____ DAVIB COUNTY e n t e r p r i / U e c o r d mcntully. "I’m going out every play lo try to - not put somebody out of the gnme or injure them - but maybe knock the wind out of them or get them thinking twice every play: ‘Is he coming or is he not?’ " he snid, "To me the game's like 85 percent mental and 15 percent physical. If you come off the ball the first two plays and whip somebody’s butt, then he starts guessing and second-guessing himself, nnd then you have him beat the rest of the game," Randolph, who mude a 1080 on the SAT, was named to the prescason 4-A all-state team. The other two tight ends are Bradley Davis of Independence and Johnathan Hannah of South View. He’s a dominating blocker, but he’s not a third tackle. Last year he averaged 17 yards on 10 catches, so he's al.so a dan­ gerous receiving threat. Offensive line coach Chad Groover loves Randolph’s men­ acing attitude, but he wants him to box 12 rounds, not . 10. “There’s a lot of potential. Whether he uses that potential is on him,” Groover said. “Can he keep that domination up ev­ ery play? That's going to be the key for Ted. He's just now start­ ing to put true muscle on, where before he relied just on his 6-4 frame. Now he's got muscle to go wilh it, so we'll see what happens this year. If Ted goes out and dominntes every pluy like ho should, then he'll bo all- stute easily." D J . Is T h e F in a l C h a p te r In 1 0 Y e a r R ic e E r a D.J. Rice has never been just D.J. Rice. When brother J.J. was starring at South Davie und luter ut Dnvie,- expectations were automalicully high for D.J. When brother Neil wns slurring nt Soulh Davie and Ihen al Dnvie, expectations climbed even higher for D.J. When D.J. began blossoming into a star on Ihe Cooleemce Redskins, he knew comparisons lo his older brothers would fol­ low him every step of the way. His brothers were four-year rocks for Davie's varsity foolball team and “little brother” was ex­ pected to carry the torch to the finish line and muke sure the “ Rice” nume became forever synonymous with Dnvie football. Even though expected exccl­ lcnce forced him lo live under ihc niicroscope, D.J. has lived up lo the udvunced billing. Ho has ex­ tended the fumily legacy to 13 years (J.J. introduced himself to Cooleemce as a 1992 sixth grader). J.J. is regnrded as one of the best defensive tackles of nil time. He made Ihe all-conference team three times, his shot at a certain fourth ruined by n senior injury. Neil also made nn inslnnt impuct on defense ns a freshman, and he rushed for 715 yards as a senior fullback despite a bad ankle thnt rcslriclcd him Ihc entire season. Senior D.J. has made a name fpr himself at linbbucker, racking up 279 tackles and helping PIcusc See D.J, Rice - Page 6 The 6-4, 2S5-poiwd Ted Randolph is an imposing presence. He (.S' a preseason all-state tifilit end who has verbally com- m illed lo play at Wake Forest. The 2004 sea.ion, the 10th ,<!traii<ht year with Davie featnrina a star named Rice, marks the end o f an era../../. Rice (middle in 1995 photo) started the fam ily legacy, N eil Rice (le ft) con­ tinued it and D.J. Rice (rif;ht) hopes to end it in memorable fashion. C o a c h , W e 'r e R e a d y T o o ! i C o a c h , W e 'r e R e a d y T o o ! 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Continued From Page 5 Davie win 16 games in two years, "1 knew J.J. was doing what ; nobody else hnd ever done, and that gave me a lol of inspiralion," D.J. said of growing up In n world full of foolbnll and head­ lines. "Al Ihe snme lime, I wnnied to make a name for my­ self, and my brothers Inspired me, for me lo be known jusl like J.J. and Nell." When D.J. swaggers into the huddle Friday night nt Wnr Eagle Sladium. it'll mark the 10th straight year that Dnvie hns fea­ tured a Ricc. When the 2004 music comes to a stop, it'll mark the end of the Rice Era, an era that coincides with Davie's greatest stretch of success. "It’s Ihe Rice's lust go-round with us," defensive coordinator Devore Holmnn snid. "(Oppos­ ing conches) sny; ‘My gosh, il seems like y'nil hnve had a Rice for the last 20 years.' I'm going to lell you whnt, there's some­ thing lo be snid for Iheir mother (Marilyn) and father (Johnny) because those boys are raised the right way. They know what Iheir parents expcct, and their parents won't take nothing less than the very besl. And that’s in the class­ room, in the community nnd on the football field. “I’ve toUl his mother before, they need to get busy and have some more Rices." The brothers' similarities run deep. D.J. Is nn intimidating hit­ ler (146 sophomore tnckles, 133 junior tnckles, 41 tackles for losses in 2002-03, 75 solo tnck­ les Inst year). He never show­ boats. He tnlks softly. And by nil presenson indications, the 6-1, 22S-pound Inside linebacker is on track to fulfill his enormous senior promise. Keilh Whitnker, the oulside linebnckcrs coach, delivered a message straight inlo Rice’s enr. He views him as an indicator of the team's direction. The defense will rise or fall on his brond shoulders. "I saw a lot of improvement in his altitude and leadership nt (Cntawba team) cnmp," Whi­ taker said. "He took a stronger presence in Ihc huddle. When D.J. wants lo, he's a manchild oul Ihere. J-Ie can be the man. Be­ cause we do a lot of things lo pro­ mote the inside llnebnckers, nl the end you might be nble to sny Davie wns successful because Rice was successful. I Ihink he means that much to pur defense." When Ihe Friday night clock hits 7; 15, a rage stirs inside Ryan Bociim. His focus is like a tun­ nel, He growls nl tenmmnles. He turns red. He can'I wait for7;30. "In pregamc he's very in- lensc," offensive line conch Mntt Sain snid, "Sometimes he's maybe a little too inlense to some people. But when he comes out of that locker room and steps on lhat field, he is rendy to go. When he secs the other lenm, it's like pouring fuel to the fire. He's one of the most intense people in get­ ting fired up for a game, and that gets our other players fired up." "1 watch a lot of film during the week and 1 build everything up like a personal feud," said Boehm, a senior cenler and the glue of the OL. "The other guy probably doesn’t know who I am, and probably doesn't carc, but I'll pretend il's something. I'll try lo find them when they're stretching, and I'll make a fight up in my head. Then I jusl start yelling at people. I've worked myself up loo much and then felt about sick." Boehm is a classic leader, treating every practice play as if it were a gnmc. . "I've never seen him take a piny off - never," Sain said. "And that's not blowing smoke up his rear end. If he gets his responsi­ bility blocked, he’ll be 15 yards up field looking for somebody else to hit, trying lo make that exiro block to break a long run." Coach Doug Illing gave Boehm the ultimate compliment. “ If you had a bunch of Boehms every year, with his in­ tensity and motivation In prac­ tice, Ihls program would take off real easy," he said, Nol only is the 6-2, 260- pounder as lough as nails, he’s a true student of the game. "He’s a perfectionist," OL coach Chad Groover said. “He’s going lo get U right whether he's got to go home and praclice il or stay af­ ler and practice it. Whatever it lakes, he’s going to get it right the nexl day." Boehm represents a star sludenl and star athlete wrapped in Ihe same package. Last year he achieved a 3.69 OPA lo go with a 1230 SAT. On top of lhat, he won the 215 state champion­ ship last winter in wrestling, he’s a two- time discus state qualifier in track and he’s irreplaceable in football, drawing Di­ vision I-AA recruit­ ers from The Citadel, Wofford, Furman and Davidson. “ If you had my dad, you’d have lo keep your grades up,” he said. “ If I don't gel B's, I don't I play. So I do it out of | fear. My liltle brother (sophomore Kevin) has the brains. He gol a 1000-something (on the SAT), nnd he took it in the eighth grade." Boehm, who moved to Advancc from Chicago in third grade, never lacks color and wit. Last Boehm is a standout in football, wre.uling and track, as well as year he got one magi- ^ enough stiident to score 1230 on the SAT. cai dny off between foolbnll and wres­ tling. “I didn’t know what to do,” he said. “I didn’t know people had lo drive home in traffic afler school." Boehm hns Ihe will nnd skill to play Division I-A foolball. Un­ fortunately, he has Division I- AAsize, "If Boehm was Ted Randolph’s size, he’d bo getting looked at just like Ted," Groover said, "I put Boehm In the same boat ns Ted as far as blocking, nnd he’s the best (Dnvie) cenler that I’ve ,seen, I don't know be­ fore 1999, but I don't think there could have been c^e much bet­ ter. He's the best high-school center I’ve seen in a while. "Tliere’s nol a lot of 6-1 cen­ ters in Division I. Cun he play Division l-AA? Yeah. Can lie play on n high level of Division l-AA? Yeah. Because of his toughness, he'll get in there and play with anybody." C o a c h , W e 'r e R e a d y T o o ! 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Zac's probably a better athlete tlian Bradford, but he's got to get that leadership. If he does that..." Ivey Inspired the ‘99 War Eagles lo a perfect conference record and lo 10 wins. Like Ivey, O'Brien is one of Davie's more candid and animated characters. The boiling point of last season was a 14-6 loss to West Forsyth, In the aftermath of the fourlh straight loss, O'Brien pledged that he fully intended to win the next eight games. People would have scoffed if they overheard O’Brien yapping with Dnvie sinking nl 4- 4 and 0-1 in tiie Central Piedmont Conference. But Davie backed up most of O’Brien’s bold promise, winning the next five and making the stale quarterfinals. He’s more confi­ dent and talkative than ever as Davie enters Friday’s season opener. "We're not going to lose a game," he said. "I know the schedule’s tough, but have you seen what we’ve got coming back? We’ve got so much speed. Our defense Is a 4.67. That’s un­ real for a high-school defense. There’s skill everywhere,” O’Brien (6-1,195) was fourth lust year wilh 73 tackles, and he's the No, 2 returner tackier behind ' D.J. Rice. Hta best trait Is tie knows his school bootca as welt as his playbook. He posted a 3,7 OPA last year and scored 1100 on the SAT, a mark he wasn’t pleased ThurstJay, A ug. 19, 2004 Page?_____ D A V IB C O U N T Y EMTERPRI/i^ECORD D a v ie T h e O v e rw h e lm in g C h o ic e T o W in T h e C P C Zac O'Brien, sportiiia a new-look Mohawk, brinf’.': confidence and intensity to the defense. He also gels it done in the class­ room. with. “I’ve got to get thut up," said O'Brien, who is being recruited for football by Davidson and Princeton, “ 1 don’t waste time, 1 don'l sit around and hang out when they give us free time, I try lo do as much homework us I cun at .school,” O’Brien is nniltitalcnled. He also devotes lime to swimming and ciiecrlcading. He took tlie rib­ bing about cheerleading in stride, "1 used to get a bunch of crap, especially in this county,” he said, "I still get some, but it’s getting less and le.ss. It’s like a 40-to-l ratio (girls to guys). That’s abso­ lutely insane. It’s awesome, I went into Ihe gym one night and the coach from the team lhat I ended up being on wus there. He was llko! ‘We'te going on a trip to Atlanta nnd I‘tl pay for every­ thing if you join the team.‘ I wus like; ‘Heck, whatever. I’m going fo be around girls.’ " On the football field, away from Ihe energetic, smiling girls, O’Brien gets wound up. He of­ ten directs his fearless attitude at the biggest dude on tlie lenm,Ted Rnndolph, “Ted and me, we don’t ever get along lU practice,” he said, “We don’t like.euch otiier. We don't get nIong out there bccuuse we bolh want lo be the best and don't like anybody being better thun us. We’ve always hated each olher wlien we play sports, “ But everybody’s fine witli each other by tiie end of practice. None of us take it to heart. We're fine 20 minutes later. 1 give Ted more crap tlian anybody, but I'm so huppy that he got Wake For­ est. I'm ecstatic for him,” O’Brien’s passion suits Whi­taker Just fine. ‘ "He's a grent kid," ho suid. "He’s kind of a throwback to old football players. He likes to smack It nround,” Rival coaches added to the already iiigh expectations for the War Eagles by overwhelmingly selecting tliem to win the Cen­ tral Piedmont 4-A Conference, Mike Propst of Reynolds and Russell Stone of West Forsyth both said Davie’s stockpile of seniors and the return of Offen­ sive Player of the Year Cooler Arnold - along wilh a vastly ex­ perienced conching stuff - urc what tip tlic balance in Davie’s favor. The predicted pecking order is Davie, West For.sytli, Soulh Rowan, Reynolds and Nortli Davidson, Tiic preseason race was determined by tiie CPC coachcs, who were iiol allosveil lo vote for their own team, "Davie’s Ihe best team in our conference, bar none," Propst snid, "No question aboul tliat, Davie is by far the best team, es­ pecially with Cooler. They’ve got all those starters buck and Doug (Illing, head coach) does the right thing with Cooler - he puts the ball in his iiands. Devore (Holman, defensive co­ ordinator) docs a grent job on Class 4~A Preseason PoW 1, Independence 2, Richmond Senior 3, New Bern 4, J.M, Rose 5, Scotland Counly 6, Mount Tnbor 7, Southcusl Raleigh 8, Soutli View 9, Freedom 10, A.C. Reynolds 11, Rocky Mount 12, Butler 13, Wesl Charlotte Honorable Mention: Jack Brill, Douglas Byrd, E.E. Smith, Davie Cunnl,v, Garner, Norlh Mecklenburg, Northern Durham, Norlheni Nash, Pugc, Providence and Wesl Forsylh, lleiul couches in the state stih- m ittci! the votes. defense. They do smart Ihings wilh Ihelr kids. Plus, lliey've got better lalcnl lhan they've had in the past. When you have well- coaciied talent, you've got a good leam.” Slone has couched ut neigh­ bor West For.syth for 14 yeurs, and he said he’s never seen Davie have this kind of talent. “Davie is the heavy favorite,” he said, “ 1 know they’ve got a lew holes to fill, but liiey've got really good players back. They've got tiie best back and the besl lineman in (Ted) Randolph, That's a pretty lough combination. When you've got a coupic Division I players on your leam, you shouldn't lose much. Cooler is big-time and so is Randolph, And I think the (Justin) Brown really good. “We’ve been ahead of Davie liie lasi two years because of ex­ perience. Now the siioe’s on the otjier foot.” The War Eagles might be an easy prcscason pick for first - the CPC has six preseason 4-A all- state players, nnd two of Ihem are Arnold and Randolph - bul that doesn’t mean it’ll be easy for tliem lo reigri. Parity made every Central Piedmont Confer­ ence week of 2003 challenging, PIcusc Sec CPC - Page 8 N W G u i l f o r d C o a c h F r e t s F r i d a y ’s O p e n e r A t D a v i e Football coaches arc con­ stantly fretting, cspeciiilly in tlie week ofthe season opener. But Northwest Guilford coach Greg King took fretting to a new level. To hear the Vikings’ sev­ enth-year coach talk about Fri­ day night’s 7:30 opener at Davie, this could be a good op- ■ portimlly for a Dnvie mauling. That’s how much praise ho Uw- ished on the War Eagles, ,, “It’s a great program, a first- class program,” King said. “ We're looking forward lo try­ ing our best to compete. Hope­ fully wc’ll make it a good (game), I know It’ll definitely be a very difficult test. We’re certainly not at (Davie’s) level athletically, strength-wise or anything else. So it’ll definitely be an uphill battle. “ I’m anxious lo see how wc stack up against one of tho bel­ ter teams in the slate.” Last year the Vikings went 3-2 in the Metro 4-A Confer- ence, good for third behind Mount Tabor and Page, and fin­ ished 5-7 overall. But they only return seven starters, three on offense und four on defense. Conversely, Ihe War Eagles have 13 starters back (five of­ fense, eight defense) from a team that went 3-1 in the Cen­ tral Piedmont 4-A Conference . ■ nntl9-5 overall.Tliey lied Wesl Forsylh for firsl. Please See Northwest - Page 8 C o a c h , \ N e ^ r e R e a d y T o o ! JL Л , •. 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In 2002, Wesl Forsylh was clearly the besl leant at 5-0, but Davie, North Daviclsoti and Rey­ nolds ull finished second al .1-2. Lasl yeur one game separated four teams, with West and Davie co-ch»nips at .1-1 and North Davidson and South Rowan lied at 2-2. Reynolds was 0-4 bul gave Davie a furious fighl, los­ ing on a long Arnold run in Ihe closing minutes. Illing dismi.ssed Propst and Stone's predictions as standard preseason smoke. Wilh a chuckle, he said Ihcy were do­ ing their best lo .set Davic up for a hard fall. “They're throwing corn out there for our guys to pick up," Illing said. “We know West For­ sylh yenr in and year out is go­ ing to have great athletes wilh great coaching. Reynolds, re­ stocks athletes. They're going to be fast and quick. “What i\ lol of people are see­ ing is our seniors liave been to­ gether for two years, this is their thini year on varsity and Ihere's a lol of potential on paper." Northwest Guilford Visits Davie Friday Night Continued From I’lige 7 advanced to the lliird-rountl quarterfinals, and this looks lo be one of Iheir most exciting teams, Moreover, NWG is picked lo finish fourth in Ihe six-leam MC, while Davie is picked to win the five-team CPC. Although King bemoaned NWO's chances for Friday, Davic coach Doug Illing didn'l buy his .sad song. After bt'lling Alexunder Centrul 49-6 in the ‘01 opener, the War Fugles were extremely conndent going into Ihe '02 opener uguinsi AC. und AC shocked Duvic 13-7. Illing said it will be no picnic taming Ihc Vikings’ Wing-T of­ fense und thwarting their sUinl- ing defense. "It’s nol going to be an easy game by any means," he said. "King's a great coach and he's gol very athletic kids. They whipped Norlh Forsylh lust yeur und North For.sylh cume over here and took it lo us. Afler North beat us (24-22), Northwest Guil­ ford physically whipped North. So they’re capable of being a real good leam. They’re going lo be a tough leam lo beat." Nolc.s: The Wur Eagles open their 49th year wilh a record of 2.‘i6-237-I.S. This is their 509th game, but Ihe firsl ugainst NWG. ... Illing begins his seventh year at 4.‘i-29. His .608 winning per- centuge is No. 1 uniong couches who led Duvie ul leusi three years, and lie is No. 2 in wins.The niiiniii}; hacks, from left; front - Ja m ir Bratcher, Cooler Arnold, Juslin Brow n; hack ■ Coaches Harry Whitlock and Ron Bivins. T h r e e ^ s C o m p a n y O ffe n sive B a c l^ e ld Is O n e O f T h e B e s t In T h e State The outside linebackers, from lefl: from - Timmy Downs, Jon Britt, Jaspen Gray, Donlav Rivers; b ack - Coach Keith Whitaker and Dustin Morfitni. r " Outside Linebacker Coach Raves About Dustin Morgan Dustin Morgan is often over­ shadowed in the glow of cel­ ebrated loaniniates. Morgan doesn't have a surname like Rice, lie doesn't have an ACC scholarship like Ted Randolph. Me doesn't huve records like Cooler Arnold and Justin Brown. And he doesn't liave a wrestling slate clmmpionship in one hand and a likely ticket lo college football in the olher like Ryan Boehm. Bul Morgan (6-2, 220) has many aitribuies, und ihrough re­ lentless delemiinulion the senior drop end/slrong safely has blos­ somed into u uiiii|ue und invalu­ able Inlenl, somelhing folks in Ihe stands increasingly realized us lasl season wore on. While the 2(X)I Morgan was overlooked, the 2004 Morgan is overpower­ ing. "He's one of the best defen­ sive players in the conference," outside linebackers coach Keith Whitaker said. "You’re talking nboul a guy thnt plnys defensive line nt times, going against 2.S0, 260-pound people, and you’re talking aboul nguy that lines up and covers some of the better uthletes man-to-mnn on verti­ cals. "People that recruit olher kids, the ‘big’ names, they ul­ ways ask who thut No. 20 is. I think when people lenve that sta­ dium, they’ll say, ‘Who’s that 20?’ because lie’s something.’.’ Morgan's story is nn inspirn- lion to young players struggling lo find their wny. Davie didn’t hnve big plans for Morgun when they met him ns n freshmnn. But he becume a workout maniuc nnd developed into n complete package of size nnd quickness. He broke inlo the stnrting lineup halfway through his sophomore year, and lasl year he made 49 solo tackles nnd 11 tnckles for loss. ■’He's put on I.‘i-20 pounds lUid he’s gotlen luster niong with thnt weight," Wiiitaker snid. "He’s the hardest working guy Plea.sc See Miirgun - Page 9 Offensive coordinator Barry Whitlock has n ruther unique problem. Davie’s rushing attack is a Ihree-heuded monster, und how does he satisfy all Ihree ap­ petites? It’s a beauiiful mess. Lust year Cooler Arnold, Juslin Brown und Jamar Bratcher com­ bined for .1,445 yards and nver- aged 6.1 yards a pop, and now Whitlock is trying to mesh their talents into the most dangerous rushing nitnck In bovlo's 49- year history. Whitlock hates the .senior trio musl share one bone, but he loves all lho.se options. "I’d love to give il lo ull three of Ihem every down, bul we've only gol one football to shure lUTiong Ihree great bucks." Ihc running bucks couch/pluy-caller snid. "They wanl the bnll every down. If they didn’t, that’s when I’d be concerned about 'em. That’s n good problem to have. "We can give one a blow. One playoff game (33-14 win over Charlotte Harding) all three got 100 yards. It could be one of the better backfields in the state. Nol often do you have three guys capable of gelling the job done at a high level. Lust year we had some big drives wiih Bratcher nnd Brown in the backfleld, nnd there's going to be limes when it’s Brad Corriher (al qunrtcr- buck), Bratcher (nl fullback) nnd Brown (nl luilback). It’s gol the ability to be one of the most lul- enled buckfields in n long lime." The county’s never .seen n runner quite like Arnold. The 5- 11,188-pound QB/tailback is one of seven runners on the prc­ season 4-A nll-slnie tenm, and he already sinnd.s mop nearly every .school rushing record. He cun do it nil. He can slice between the tackles for bruising yards, and he can bust outside for 50-y«rd bnckbreukers. His instincts at maneuvering through and around defenders are unbeUeyablo, As a junior he rushed for 100 yards in 12 of 14 games, finished witii 1,921 nnd averaged 6.7 a carry. Two ACC schools (Clcm- son, UNC) have offered schol­ arships, but Whitlock snid Ar­ nold is growing closcr nnd closer to taking Auburn’s offer. “ People say. ‘How did he break thnt tackle?' " Whitlock said. "Hey, he’s one of the stron­ gest players we’ve gol on the team. He benches 345, squats over 400 and weighs 185.” While Arnold makes ’em miss, his elite running male runs over people. Brown, n 6-1, 195- pound tailback/fullback, isn't exceptionally fast, but he moves the chains ns efficiently ns nny- one In Davie history. Brown’s thundering runs have electrified crowds for Iwo years, and afler rushing for 1,087 yards as a sophomore and 1,058 ns n junior, Ihe hammer is in position for an unprecedented feni of three 1,000-ynrd sensons. Last year Arnold and Brown became just the second duo lo reach four digits in Ihe same season. Brown may not be a game- breaker, but he seems to flourish in big gumes. When West For­ syth dealt Arnold his only sub- par gnme of 2003 (53 yards). Brown took over with 89 yards and provided a lead thnt stood until the fourth quarter. Big- game Brown hns averaged 84 yards In six postseason games. “He would rather run over. you thnn run around you,’"Whit­ lock said. “ He’d rather try to punish the tnckler. He’s going to lower the shoulder, nnd the tenm feeds off thnt." Arnold nnd Brown made so much noise Inst year that Bnitcher played third fiddle de- .spile opening the .season with 102 yards on 11 carries. The 5- 9, 185-pound fullback would have picked up way more than 466 yards if he didn’t hnve to settle for 5.9 carries a game, and he would be a senior stnr for al­ most nny olher leam. “Everybody knows aboul Cooler with the hype he’s get­ ting," Whitlock snid, “Brown’s got a chance lo do whal no bnck hns ever done in school history. And then Bratcher is kinda in the shadows." The 2003 offense put up the second-most yards in recorded history (22 years), and Please See Triple ■ Page 9 C o a c h , W e y e R e a d y T o o ! 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Offensive coordinator Barry Whitlock feels this year will be different. “ We've got receivers thnt overnll mny be the best group we’ve hnd in n while," he said. “ I’m not saying the best re­ ceiver, but as n whole we've got four pretty good receivers. We hnd Brian Hunter and Lnrry Hudson (in 2002), and that was two good ones. Now we’ve got four or five good ones, nnd if we can throw a little bit, that will open up the run that much more.” ' The projected starters are se­ nior Dewayne Collins and jun­ ior Jamar Howell. The list in­ cludes seven juniors: Anthony Gndson, Julian Johnson, Jonathan Mayfield, Phillip Scott, Zach Vogler, Riieshon McNeil and ReShaun Parks. It’s presumably a good sign that receivers coach Chris Cal­ lison expects Parks, who made 14 catches last year, and McNeil to play lots of defense and little offense. For when you have two players with their speed nnd skills working almost exclu­ sively on defense, it shows how good Collins, Howell and the others are. "We've got two good ones on the defensive side," Cnjlison snid. “When I get to work with them, I love having them. We welcome Parks whenever he comes because he’s explosive and he’s got good hands. Mc­ Neil runs great routes and has great hands to go with it - so 1 love having him as well. But (Coach Doug Illing) might think we’d be better as a team with them on defense,” Collins, who plnyed both wnys in 2003 in his second year ns a varsity starter, is a star just M o r g a n S e t F o r A M o n s t e r Y e a r Continued From Page 8 athlete that I’ve ever coached. He lias just a trethendous desire ^ ip succeed, and he’s ^ado lilm- ! solf into'a very good iithlete. He’s a legitimate 4,6 40 guy. His freshman year he was probably o5.6 40 guy. You've got to real­ ize how not good he was as a freshman to how special he is now. You can't tench somebody to pluy all-out, to hustle. That comes naturally. “ I guess I’m putting a lot of pressure on him, but he’s pretty special." THE STARTER AT strong safety, junior Jaspen Gray (5-10, 180), received an amazing as­ sessment of his own. On the J V, he wns fnst nnd strong enough nt tnilback to nvernge 7,7 yards on 83 carries, “I’m ns athletic as I’ve been at Dnvie. We’ve hnd n trndilion of good outside linebackers and hard workers, but Morgan and Gray nre hnrd workers nnd good athletes," Whitaker said. “With Gray’s nthleticism nnd attitude, he’s going to be succcssful. His eyes were big the first day of camp when he hnd to come up and toke on n block from offen- 279 N. Маш .Sj,, Mocksviiie Hwy. 801 at^Re*iidJd., Advance 880 Yadkinville Rd, Mocksville 998-4250. S E E T H E A C m N ! With The War Eagles Every Friday Night F o s t e r D r u g C o . 495 Valley R oad • M ocksville, N C 336-751-2141 The wide receivers, from left: front ■ Anthony Gadson, Zach Voi;ler, Jidlan John.wn, Jam ar Howell; hack - Dewayne Collins, Phillip Scolt, Jonathan Mayfield and Chris Callison. waiting to break out. Conches hnve been drooling over his awesome potential - a nnturni tnlent with a superior blend of power nnd speed - since the first day of his high-school career. But there’s nlwnys been n ques­ tion nbout consistent effort. Will thnt awesome potential comc to senior fruition? If so, the chances for huge improve­ ment in the pnssing game will multiply. “Collins is just a bomb ready to explode," Whitlock said. “ Il’s just a matter of when it clicks in. When he decides, 'I'm the mnn out here nnd they cnn't slop me,’ they’re not going to be nblc to.” “He has n tendency to have mental Inpses here nnd there," Callison said. “We’re expecting a lot from him and he needs lo mnke plnys. He’s nble lo go up nnd get bulls. He’s strong and he’s got explosion off the line of .scrimmage. And when he gels the ball nnd explodes up field, he seems to huve a sccond und third gear. “ But again, he’s got to learn how to be a pliiymnker every play” The other stnrting spot ap­ pears to be Howell’s job to lose. Although the North Rowan trnnsfer is new to Davie, there’s no doubt he cnn bundle it, ns his 2003 numbers al North nttest; 18 receptions for 344 yurds, n 19.1 uvernge. His sopliomore high­ lights were 117 ynrds on two cnlclies ngainsl Soulli la'dell and 70 ynrds on three catches againsl West Rownn. “He’s renl Innky, he cnn re- nlly go up nnd gel the bnll, nnd sive linemen. Then the last day ho wns holding his own in there. “ He’s a grent kid. I requested him. I think the world of Jaspón Oray. 1 think he’s one of U|o bot-. ter nthi'etes we've got nt the school. His momma and daddy have done something right be­ cause they’ve rnised nn out- stnnding young mnn." The subs nre senior Jonathnn Britt and juniors Dontay Rivers and Timmy Downs. Rivers (6- 0, 175) laid some pretty mean licks from the JV secondary. He will get minutes. “He’s a lot like Jaspen,” Whi­ taker said. “He’s adapting (to drop end). It’s going to take some time becnuse he’s used lo backpedaling (al safety). But he’s a good athlete who I expect lo push fora starting job. He’s a heckuva tackier." On Britt, Whitaker said; “Ev­ ery time we’ve put him in the game in his three yenrs he’s done whnl we’ve nsked. Hopefully he’ll be fighting for some piny­ ing time." On Downs, he snid: “ He got my most-improved award ut camp. From where he started lo where he ended, tremendous im­ provement." he hns exccplionul hands," Callison snid. “The bnll jusl seems to stick to his bunds. It’s effortless. The bull just sinks in his hands." Vogler might hnve to wait his turn, but he’s definitely a future nsset. Last year on J V, he led in all four categories: 19 catches, 334 yards, 17,6 average and seven touchdowns. While Scott was a jayvce last year, the olhcr backups (Gadson, Johnson and Mayfield) nre un­ knowns ns first-year Davie play­ ers. “They won’t play unless they cnn block,” Cnlllson said of the eight-man group. “They’ve gol lo be on the corners making plnys so wc cnn spring our bucks once they gel past the line of scrimmage. Being n receiver’s not nil nbout cntching a ball ev­ ery time.” Triple Threat Exists In BacJ<field Continued From Page 8 Bratcher’s fingerprints were till over it. But Bratcher was under­ appreciated becnuse his job was the grunt work. “People don’t realize the liule tilings he does," Whitlock said. “ People don’t realize how key n block the fullback’s got in some of our plnys. People in Ihe crowd don’t rculize; If Jnmnr didn’t mnke Ihnt block, Arnold or Brown wouldn’t hnve scored, A lol of people get cnught up in the ynrdnge nnd touchdowns, Bul coachcs look at the liltle things. A fullback hns lo be a blocker firsl, nnd that says a lot aboul him being a tenm playcn” Bratcher made dramatic strides in the second half of the yenr, nnd he rnised more eye­ brows in the opening week of practice. He’s noticeably more agile, and if opponents pay too much attention to Arnold or Brown, Bratcher will thrive, “ He’s squnUing 500 pounds,” Whitlock said in astonishment. “ He’s made himself n lot better, nnd he’s going to get the tough ynrds.” When you henr Bratcher’s analysis of Ihe three-headed monster, you understand why Whitlock looks at him as the ul­ timate leam player. "We should nil put up big numbers. Bul even if il goes like it did Inst year. I’ll still do what­ ever it laites,” Bralchcr said. “ I believe I’ll gel morc caaies than I got la.sl year because I feel I’ve gotten better. We’ll see. But I’ll do whatever il takes and I’ll be proud of whatever I do." 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Rice and Chris Goode and juniors Brock Flowers and Logan Buchanan. And you know your linc- backer situation is strong when offensive starters Dewayne Col­ lins and Jamar Bratchcr weren't mentioned above. "We've got more depth than we've ever hnd there, and some athletes that can play," lineback­ ers coach/defensive coordinator Devore Holman said. "One thing about it, we ought to be fresh. If you get tired, stick your hand up and we'll get somebody else in there. And we wouldn't miss a beat." The star of the show is Rice (6-1,225). The third-year starter is primed for a devastating se­ nior season after making 146 tackles as a sophomore and 133 last year. Tlic numbers includc 41 stops behind the line of scrim­ mage. In the Doug Iliing cru, Davie's most decorated tacklers arc Patrick Lowery (457 tackles between 1999-01) and Billy Riddic (381 between 2001-03). Now Rice, who has 279 and needs 102 to catch Riddic, is ready to take his place alongside the greats. “ He's going to do the head­ hunting for us,” Holman said. “He’s gone from running a 5.0 40 to n 4.7. That shows you he's been working. He squats 500 pounds weighing 230 pounds, and to still be able to run a 4.7 is pretty doggone good. I’m look­ ing for him to be Ihe field gen­ eral. I want him to direct traffic and have total control of the huddle.” Three linebackcrs will be on the field, and Holman has tre­ mendous options in splitting two spots between Goode (6-1,220), Buchanan (6-1,180) and Flow­ ers (5-1 It ISO). Goode, boasting 124 tackles in two years, is one of the team’s biggest X factors. “Wc need him lo have » spec­ tacular year. We really do,” Hol­ man said. “ You talk aboul the Rice (brothers), the Goodes go three-deep also and he hus some pretty good siblings himself (in Justin and Jon). I wouldn’t take nothing for any of ihem.” The defense will be fine if Buchanan and Flowers line up The linebackers, from left: front - Dewayne Collins, Brock Flowers, Janiiir Bratcher: back - Logan Buchanan, Chris Goode, D.J. Rice and Devore Holman. together. Buchanan was pulled up a month inlo his sophomore sen­ son, and he cnme through big time, nnishing sixth in tackles (71). Flowers wns a ball-track­ ing menace (89 tackles) for the 9-1 JV team, nnd he has Ihe in- stincts lhat all conches look for in a linebacker. “Flowers hns an ability lo get to tiie foolbnll," Hohnnn snid. “Like the saying ‘Jesus is every­ where,’ Brock is everywhere. He is going to Tmd tiic ball, and he's going logcl there in a hurry. And when he gets there, he’s about half (ticked) off about tlie situa­ tion, and he lays the wood down pretty good. “The'same with Logan. Lo­ gan gets lo the foolball like a madman. If both of lho.se boys work hard nnd prepare them- .selves, there’s no telling what they cnn become.” Collins (5-10,180) is n won­ derfully gifted nthletc who last year amassed 63 tackles (nine for losses), four sacks, three forced fumbles nnd four blocked kicks. Similar to last year, he will play mostly receiver and join the defense in certain situations. Bratcher (5-9,185) is a fullback first nnd nn emergency bnckup| on defense. "I hope we don't have to play them very much because they're going lo be helping our offense a whole lot,” Holman said. “But if somebody were to go down, I don’t feel bad nbout seeing Col­ lins and Bratcher and saying: ‘Let’s go.’ Because they're go­ ing lo know whnt's going on." G r o o v e r H a s T w o E s t a b lis h e d S t a r s U p F r o n t The good news aboul the of­ fensive line and tight end is Davic retums four players wilh starting experience on the varsity level. The bad news is two of the four were off-and-on starters. More bad news Is Justin Nor­ sworthy, Zach Jakob and Mall Markland left big voids when they graduated. And the other bad news is this year’s blocking unit has to live up to pretty high standards after last year’s confer­ ence-champion and state-quar- tcrfinnl team compiled tho sce- ond-most yards oroffcnso in a record book that dates to 1981. But if you know 0-line coach Chad Groover, the 6-fooi-5 drill sergeant who doesn’t need a whistle in practicc, you know he won't accept any dropoff. "My expectations are still high, but there's also that won­ dering factor,” he said.. "Jakob was 310 pounds. He could ju.st cover a guy up. This year we’ve got to drive people off the ball. We've got to really roll our sleeves up and really get to couching. We're nol as dominat­ ing, so they've really got to have fundamentals and technique.” While the guards are green and Ihc tackles are entering Ihcir first year as full-time anchors, Davie has two top-fiighl escorts in seniors Ted Randolph and Ryan Boehm. Randolph is a classic tight end. A third-year starter who has signed wilh Wake Forest, the 6- 4,255-pounder is a blend of fe­ rocity and finesse - having the ability lo not only block Ihe best defensive tackles and ends around, bul embarrass Ihcm, and nvcrnging 17 yards on 10 recep­ tions last year. Davie's third- longest completion of2003 went to Randolph for 40 ynrds. “Ted can dominate anybody who steps in front of him. He proved lhat last year," fellow O- iine coach Matt Sain said. "One of his toughest assignments was Jeff Bradley from West Forsylh, nnd he absolutely dominated someone who was voted the best defensive player In our confer­ ence. Teddy absolutely domi- mitcd him all nlghl." ‘‘Defenses aro going to have to scheme two players because he's a thieat catching the ball and blocking," Groover said. Boehm (6-2, 260), n relum­ ing starter, gives Davie's offense nn emotionally fiery cenler who knows how to back up his pre- game bravado. “He's going lo go every play like it's his Inst piny," Snin said. “He's very voiceful. He's a true leader. He's not got (Randolph's) 6-4 frame, but I'm going to tell you what, when he brings the mail he brings it. He's one of those that doesn'l quit unlil he hears a whistle." Around the established stars, Davie has .several players ready lo break oul. Seniors Dion Cody (6-3, 310) and TA. Steele (6-2, 265) arc prototypical tackles who split time us starters and reserves last year. Davie needs them to comc Ihrough. "Tlicy've had reps, ihcy know what it's like and they know what to cxpect,” Sain said. "It's Iheir time to .shine. Il's Ihcir lime to step up and be leaders. They've been in Ihe wings of seniors and The offensive linemen and light ends, from lefl; front - Tony llooe. Earnest Mayfield,Chris Goode, Zach Yokley, Brenl Ahemlrolh, ,/ordan Grimes and Coach Matt Sain; back - Coach Chad Groover, Zac O 'lh ien, D ion Cody, Hen Knhn, Ted Randolph, TA. .Steele, Ryan Boehm and Tyler Hayes. now it's Ihcir lime lo anchor their spots to make the line go." Like Cody and Steele, senior guards Jordan Grimes (5-10, 205) and Zuch Yokley (5-11, 200) are key's lo Davie's success. Grimes and Yokley pnid their dues Inst year, endured the chur- ncter-buiiding process of playing understudy roles, and now il's Iheir lum to live the fun part of football, owning stnrting roles on a potentially powerful team. "They’ve been in the foot­ steps of some pretty good play­ ers, and it’$ time for them lo step up and get Ihe job done," Sain said, "I've got no doubt in my mind lhal Ihey.'rc rciidy logo. No doubt in my mind at ail.” Norsworthy professed his be­ lief in Grimes Ihis summer, say­ ing Grimes would have been a starter last yeur on n lol of olher teams. "He jusl happened to be play­ ing behind Norsworthy," Snin snid. "He's nol Ihe biggest guy on the line, bul if you line up in front of him, you better be rendy bccnuse he's going to come at you nnd give you everything lie's gol.” If the line needs a lift. Groover will turn lo one of the lenm's wild cards, .senior Chris Goode (6-1, 220), a projected second-ycur stnrter nl linebacker. "Cliris is going lo hnve to help us," he said. "He’s got size and speed. He's faster thnn (all-con­ ference performer) Norsworthy off the ball." The backups are nil under- clnssmen; tnckle Ben Kuhn (6- 2,240), tight end Tyler Hayes (6- 0, 220), guard Tony Booe (5-9, 200), center Brenl Abendroih (6- 0,225) nnd Eurtiest Muyfield (6- 0,220). 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Kicking nnd punting nrc issues nfler Kevin Winters, n 2004 graduate who was killed in an aulo acci­ dent July 22. handled both du­ ties for two years. While Dewayne Collins or Cooler Arnold, or both, will do the punting. David Stein and Brad Corriher are auditioning at kicker. None of the four hns much or any experience in those roles. Stein, a star keeper for the soccer team, is npparently a guy who’s not afraid of n good chnl- lenge. Thnl becnmc obvious when he decided to give kicking n try in his senior season. He saw David Wooldridge, North Carolina's starling punter, and Winters gravitate from soccer to football and become vital parts of championship lenms. But while Wooldridge and Winters begnn forming ihcir niche ill middle school. Stein is plnying football for the first lime. So give him admiration for hav­ ing the guts to dive into a tough situation. “I guess I had Ihe interest of playing football becnuse il looked fun nfler seeing Woold­ ridge nnd Winters do it,” he snid. "So I said r il give il a Iry.” Although Stein is obviously raw, there’s nolhing wrong with his leg power. If he continues to progress al the current rate, Davie could have itself quite a find; “ My kickoffs nre aboul 5 yards short of the goal line con­ sistently. and 1 made n 50-yard field goal.” snid Stein, who works oul with Coach Doug til­ ing each afternoon before head­ ing to soccer practice. “Wc tried another 50-yarder, but I guess I wns so pumped that I shanked it to Ihe side. Wooldridge worked with me al Ihe end of (last) school year for a week or so. and he showed me a lot. He was drill­ ing them off the ground from like 60 yards nnd I was just nniazcd. I was in owe.” Stein has displayed enough promise that Illing doesn’t ap­ pear lo be panicking over the likelihood of a guy with ab.so- lutely zero experience holding Ihe keys to extra points and three- pointers. “He’s gol a real lively and natural leg.” the fonner Wnke Forest kicker said. ’'He has a natural leg swing. It's just a mat­ ter of kicking, kicking and kick­ ing until it’s kind of automatic. It’s just n matter of repetitions and leaching him how to kick up on the ball.” Slein is anxious to see how he reacts to screaming fans nnd fire- breathing defenders. One thing thnt mighl help him: Unlike the cast around him. he'll do his chore without Ihe burden of ex­ pectations. "I’m jusl ready for our first game when you walk out there and everybody’s watching.” Slein snid. “That’s n whole lot different than a PK in soccer when there’s only like 10 people in Ihe slands. In football you have an extra point with like 3,000-plus watching. I’m really looking forward to seeing how we do, bccause I know they're really awesome and this is my first year being «part of this. So I hnve to show my.sclf and prove someihing." Corrihcr’s edge in Ihc kicking competition is experience. The junior converted 22 PATs nnd one FO for last year’s JV. But with the exception of a cnmco appearancc on a successful PAT T/ie kickers and punters, from left: Coach Coach Doug Illing, Dewayne Collin.i, Cooler ArnoU David Slein and Brad Corriher. in one 2003 varsity giune. he’s still untested under the lights. “Corrihcr’s got experience wilh people rushing al him. but I didn’t get to work with him dur­ ing Ihe summer because of base­ ball,” Illing said. “We’ll have lo work with Ihem both and see who can come through for us under pressure.” THE DEVELOPMENT OF seniors Collins and Arnold al punter is crucial, loo, because pinning Ihe offense deep sets the lone for llie defense. While both are question marks, both blue- chip athletes are scary for de­ fenses to face in short-ynrdage fourth downs or fourth downs in opponent’s territory. The probable No. I punter i Collins, whose biother Kenn Collins punted in 1998 and a\ eraged 39.5 yards. “ Both can put up pretty goo kicks, nnd both can throw the ba nnd run the bnll." Illing snic “Mnybe we won’t gel n lot of 1( mnn rushes nt us because w could run a fake real easily.” 2 QBs Keep Defenses Guessing Defensive coordinators might hnve to sleep nt the office the week of the Davie gnme. Cootpr Arnold in Ihc shotgun with Jus­ tin Brown and Janinr Bratcher lined up on his wings is a hand­ ful. The owner of half Ihe record book (Arnold) nms a draw here and passes there. The only run- iier to ever rush for l,(KX) yards as a sophomore and junior (Brown) takes Ihc ball on a mis­ direction. One of the great 400- O -yard rushers of nil time (Bratciiisr) pounds up the middle for 4 yards. That formula was good enough lo devour 75 percent of the first-half clock in lust year’s 34-14 playoff pasting of Greens­ boro Pnge. As if thut’s not enough to leave defensive coordinators asleep with the remote in their hand, here comes Brad Corriher, u passer who will add another dimension to nn nlready-strong' offense. Lasl year Ihe War Eagles churned oul 3,450 yards on llio ground, bul only 853 ihrough the air. It’s imperative to establish better balance if they're going lo climb new heights (they’ve never finished first in the confcrcncc in consecutivc years, nnd they’re 0 for 3 in Ihe state quurterfinals). Arnold gives Davie considerable QB experience (184 pass nl- tcmpts in 2002-03), and Corri­ her gives Davie an arm that pro­ duced 36 TDs between South Duvie Middle und Duvie JV. "We’ve gol to gel better at throwing the bull," offensive co- Coach Doug Illing wilh quarterbacks Cooler Arnold and Brad Corriher. ordinutor Burry Whillock suid. "We’ve got to lake the pcessute off Arnold. Bratcher. Brown and the offensive line, Mount Tabor showed us last year (in Ihc quar­ terfinals) you can put enough kids in the box to stop the run. “Our quarterback situation is going to be similar to lasl year, the way Andrew McClannon und Cooter interchanged. Corriher’s going lo gel acllon al quarter­ back. nnd we’re still going lo run Ihe shotgun (lo Arnold) with two bucks. Thnl keeps (Arnold, Brown and Bratcher) in the game together. The good thing nbout Cooler at quarterback is he’ll have the bull in his hands every play. Is he going to roll oul? He is going to give it to Justin or keep il? We’ve gol them guess­ ing." Although Arnold is not known ns a superior passer, he holds the record for most career nishing/passing yards ut 4,119, he’s lo.ssed Iwo TDs in n gnme four times, his 929 yards in 2002 runk No. 4 nll-lime nnd his eight TDs in 2002 rank sccond. On Ihe olher hund. tiil three of his 100-yard passing games came in 2002. and last year he threw for 601 fewer yards than he did ns a sophomore. All told, he’s 73 of 184 wilh 11 intercep­ tions. 12 TDs and 1,257 yards. '’Cooler has learned how to release the ball in n consistent way.” Conch Doug Illing said. “When he started quarterbacking as a sophomore, he hud 14 dif­ ferent relea.sc points. From whut I’ve seen Ihis summer, he’s very consistent where he’s releusing PIcnsc See Cooler - Pngc 13 The defensive line, from left: front - Jordan Fowler, Buhha Boger, H arry Brown, Jonalha Chaplin, Corey Chambers; hack - Tilden Carter, Casey G riffin, Zac O'Brien, TedRandolpi Terrell VVi/.soii ami Ramly Athey. D e fe n s iv e L in e H a s D e p th A n d S o m e P ro v e n P la y e rs Evet^ though Davie’s defen­ sive line, ns a whole, is slightly undersized. Tilden Carter secs no reason why il cnn’l get the job done. After all, three starters are established lop-sholf players - senior tncklcs Tod Ramlolph and Znc O’Brien nnd senior nose guard Terrell Wilson - and several others arc more lhan capable of holding their own. The backups are senior Harry Brown nnd juniors Bubba Bo- ger, Casey Griffin. 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"We’re real deep,” Curler, the DL couch, suid. “Unlike last year nl Mount Tabor when wc hnd two or three injured and wc had lo jusl put bodies out there. We’ve got several ready to play. Boger ctm come in and help us quite a bit.” The front will lurn oul to be more than solid, if Randolph shows he's going lo be a slar on bolh sides of Ihe ball. The 6-4. 255-pounder opened lasl year at starting tackle, but quickly faded from the picture ufter making nine tackles. He was allowed to focus solely on tight end, where he’s earned a scholnrship lo Wake Forest, because others emerged to re­ lieve him of the two-way bur­ den. “He’s going to have lo play 85 percent of Ihe snaps on de­ fense in order for us lo do whal wc want lo do.” Carter said. “We’re going lo depend a lot on him going bolh ways. Last year it jusl so happened olher guys filled in and he didn’t huve to play as much defense. But he cnn be a dominaling threat just like he is on offense. He understands what the offen­ sive linemen are trying to do by bcin^ on that side of the ball. Thnt gives him a real advan­ tage as far as defeating a block." Randolph has two proven players around him. Last year O'Brien (6-1.195) wns fourth in lackles (73). nnd Wilson (5- 11,205) accumulated 47 tact les, nine tackles for loss and si sucks. "O ’Brien’s a greut alhlete. Carter suid. “If I cun jusl gi him to stop thinking so muc and worrying aboul being pe feci every time... He just neec to make plays and have fun dt ing it. He’s athletic enougl he's going lo make a bunch ( plays.” There’s a reason Wilsoi coming off offseason shouldi surgery, started two years ag as a sophomore, He can be force as long us ihe should» holds up. “Wilson’s been lifting an working oul and things seei to be going well,” Cnrter sail "Last year he had a real goc season. He started off res quick, struggled a UHle an then came on strong at the er until he gol hurt.” Carter has seen far moi lhan he expected from Chan bers (5-9. 190), a first-yei Davie player. The junior wei to Davie as a freshman, Iran ferred to West Rowan an moved back lo Davie la’ spring. “He’s a package of dyni mile.” Carter said. “He’s smal quick and as sirong as an o: He’s going lo create a lol i havoc, kind of like Brandc Pane did. He’s a heckuva all lele. real coachable nnd we’i going to utilize him al the no.* and hopefully make ihe offei slve line double-team him i order to stop him," Football ‘04 Thursday, Aug. 19, 2004 ________P ag e 13________ DAVIB COUNTY e n t e r p r i/ M e c o r d A l l S ix C o r n e r s IF r e e S a fe tie s C a n B e C o u n te d O n There isn't u Billy Riddle in the sccondury bunch, but coachcs John Bullins und Mike Rominger hnve good options from which to choose as six pluy- crs nrc buttling for three stnrting spots nt cornerbnck nnd free sufcty. While you cun't replitce Riddle’s 165 tackles at free safety in 2003, u major plus is all six have varsily experience and five of the six hnve starting experience on Fridny nights. The group includes seniors Cooter Arnold. Kurt Bivins. Joe Phillips and Bryson Brown, und juniors Rueshon McNeil, ReShuun Pnrks and Jonathan Dwiggins. The cornerbucks are Arnold, McNeil, Bivins, Phillips und Dwiggins, nnd Ihc free safeties ure Parks und Brown. Bivins could slide over und play some FS. Last year the idea was to play Arnold ul comcrback in pressure and crunch-time sinuitions. He hud his rocky monienis while concentruting mostly on offense, The cornerhacks and free safetie.'i.fivni left: front - Coach Mike Rominger, ReShaun Parks; hack - .lonathan Dwiggins, Raeshon McNeil, Cooler Arnold, ,lo.wph Phillips, Btyson Brown, Kurt Bivins and Coach.lohn Btdllns. but he also showed greal nashcs. intercepting five passes and bringing thunder as a tackier. Look for the ball-currying slar to carry much more double duty Ihis yeur. The other corner spot is u derby between McNeil. Bivins und Phillips. McNeil, u wire-to- wire starter for two years, hnd four INTs as a fre.shman and one last year. Bivins stnrted most of 2(X)3 opposite McNeil. Phillips stnrted n couplc times lute in the yenr nnd hud one INT. "McNeil's gol lots of e.'cperi- ence, so hopefully he’ll deliver," Bullins said. "Bivins is a very smart player. He always has good technique, he’s nlwnys very coachable and he’s nlwnys pre- purcd for the situntions. Phillips is u very inteHigenl plnycr nnd very conchublc.” Parks look over one of the safely jobs halfway Ihrough his freshman year, nnd he plnyed fenrlcssly. Lust year he’wns n backup receiver. Rominger was relieved when Coach Doug Ill­ ing decided Parks would play more defense than offense this year. "1 suggested putting Cooter al corner Instead of safety nnd working Pnrks nl free safety.” Rominger said, “ When Illing gave us Parks, thnt mitde me smile becausc 1 didn’t know if we were going to have Pnrks on de­ fense nl nil. He’s a pretty sure luckier." Brown, ehnllcnging Parks at FS, has cumcd the conches’ nd- mirnlion. He’s seen spot duty nil three years, but he has kept work­ ing. He hns trained feverishly with the team and by himself at the YMCA in hopes of earning significant plnying time us a se­ nior. "Brown will find his role." Bullins said. "Whether it’s a starting role or n backup role, he’ll mnke the most of It. Every single pluy. he’s going to make Ihc most of it." “Brown’s hung in there for three years," Rominger snid. “He’s got a greal attitude and that’s whnt we need' tenm play­ ers like .him. When he gels his chance, I hope he comes Ihrough wilhihcm." . No matter who starts, the ' coaches snid nil of them could get rolnled nroi/rid. ; "Some of Iheiti nre playing offense, and when we need to rest Some, other ones should be able to step In and do Ihe job.” Rominger snid. “1 think we could be comfortable plnying any of Ihem. We need three comers that ure like co-stnrlers,” Cooter Arnold, Brad Corriher Are Tag-Team Quarterbacks The Coaching Staff The War Eagles coaches, from left: seated - Barry Whitlock, M att Sain, ^ Doug Illing, John Builitis, Mike Rominger, Chris Callison; ¡yack - Tilden Carter, Keith Whitaker, Randy Athey, Chad Groover, Ron Bivins, D evore Crmtlmicd From I’agc 12 the ball. That comes with expc- ricncc. throwing thousands of times and throwing in pressure situations." When Arnold moves to tail­ back or takes a break after playr ing defense, opponents will have to regroup for Offense No. 2. Corrihcr’s credentials nre solid. At Soulh Davie, he threw 21 TDs in 15 games, averaged 92 yards a game and completed 45 per­ ccnt. After a broken collarbone marred his freshman yenr, he helped guide last year’s IV tb 9- l and 4-0 In the conference, go­ ing 36 of 7l wllh lO TDs, two INTs nnd 557 yards, , The junior is smart. sav\^ and can make things happen willi a feathery leflhanded touch. On the dark side of the street, it's impos­ sible to predict how he’ll faro as a varsity rookie. On the bright side, he dockn’t need to be a star. • for Ihe talent nround him should ease the transition from JV. “He’s going to get some lime. Wc need him.’’, Whitlock said. "Wc don’t hnve.uhy problem with him taking snaps and get­ ting the job done.” ; "He’s a very intelligenl'quar- terbuck. so he undcrstonds what defenses are trying to do and un­ derstands whiit open windows are," Illing said. Holman. I) Л \ 1 n S о N с о il N г Y c o M M U N ГТ V C O L I. I: Ci I; N e w H o r n e S i d e M a y , O r M a y N o t B e R e a d y F o r F r i d a y N i g h t ’s G a m e Construction workers are mashing Ihe pedal trying to get the new home side reudy for Fri­ day night’s Davie High football season opener at 7:30. Whether the construction will be complete by Friday is up in the air, so sev­ eral different scenarios are pos­ sible for the first game. , When the 15-row home side becomes a finished product, there will be u 2,000-senting cn- pucity, n concession stnnd nnd buthrooms, There will be Iwo uccess gates, one for Ihe visiting side and one for the home side. The home side will be fenced in. The bleachers are expected to be large enough for everyone lo have a sent. After gnmcs. the gates will be opened so funs cnn wnlk onto the field. It will be n smoke-free facility. If Ihe bleachers nre usable bul the concession stand and bath­ rooms arc not. the home side will not be fenced in. If Ihe bleachers urc not rendy. funs will comc in the left gale and watch tho game from the visitors side, or tlie old home side. Look for signs. They will be po.sted to let you know if you cnn sit on the home side or not. Davic officinls hope you benr with Ihem unlil the product is finished. Also, this is ati endoWmeni gnme. mcnning Ihe N.C. High School Athletic Associntion gels half Ihe gate. So Ihe only passes thnl will be ncccplcd nre NCH­ SAA passes. Go Davie IffEagles! BB&ET You can tell we watit your business. TWO MOCKSVILLE LOCATIONS; 119 Gaither Street • 751-5951 — and — Willow Oak Shopping Center • 751-5956 t s l t:iiml lltmlnii ttemlia'I'OIC. G e t T h e S c o o p Can’t make it to tiie game? Want to know wiiy the coach made the call? Where do the War Eagle play next? You may not know a ll the answers, but Sports Editor Brian Pitts w ill find out foryou as he covers the War Eagles from the locker room to the playing field week after week. Read about the heroics o f Davie's football players - and other athletes - each week in the Enterprise Record. D A V I E C O U N T Y enterpri /G ^ecord l.V i Ч, Л, ■ > . ' 1 Feature DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 19,2004 - Dl 4 - H F u n J a p a n e s e E x c h a n g e S t u d e n t E n j o y s D a v i e F a m i l y By Mike Gunning Davie County Enterprise Record John nnd Kim Crowley of Merreli Lake Road in Moclcsviile felt tile need lo add some cuiture to the lives of their children. Thdy wnnted to give Josh, 13, and Casey, 16, an opportunity to see how other children their age live in the world, but ns a self employed roofer, John couldn’t • tnke the time to travel intemation- nlly. Even though the cost of international travel is the cheapest it has been in years, Ihe prospect of stretching the family budget to accommodate such a trip never entered their minds. So they did the next best thing. They brought the world to them. The Crowley’s played host to Yusuke (pronounced You-Ski) Saeki, a 14 year old who hails from, Yamaguchi, Japan, n small city just south of Hirosiiimn. Yusuke is in the United States for n month of educational nnd culturnl exchange through a program fncilitated by the 4H club, an organization the whole Crowley family has become involved with. "I think we’ve learned more about him then he’s learned ubout us,” Kim snid. "Ils been such n pleasure to have him here with us,” Tlie Crowleys first heard of LABO, a Japanese acroriyin that looselj; translat^s.vlQ “learning;..r cultural differences”, through and immediately became interested in participating. "We’ve spoken about doing this for some time, but most exchange programs ask for a yenr’s commit­ ment,” Kim said. “We weren’t ready to commit to a yenr, nnd this progrnm cnme along asking for a month’s commitment, nnd we thought il would be pcrfect for us.” "I can do anything for a month." Kim said she was concemcd about finding enough activities to keep her son nnd Yusuke busy, but she needn’t hnve worried. Members of her church family at Fork Baptist have come forward and offered the use of horses and n driving rnnge lo keep them busy, und Yusuke hus shown a keen Interest in bowling. "He’s been a lot of fun to hang around with,” Josh said. "He likes to play bnskelbnll, and we bounce on the trampoline n lol. He also brought me Kendo sticks (Bamboo fighting sticks popular in Japan). Diet was also a concern for the Crowleys. Kim wns worried that Yusuke might not adapt well to American food. Once again, her concerns were unnecessary. Yusuke has gained seven pounds since his nrriynl two weeks ago. "In his country the refrigerator is considered sacred, and it is impolite to go into someone else’s fridge,” Kim said.”We told him not to worry about that here. He’s learned to overcome thnt quickly.” Yusuke snid he is especially fond of pizza and rice. Yusuke’s trip wns pnid for by his ’ pnrents, and tho Crowleys only expense thus far has been feeding nn extra mouth at the table, some­ thing Kim says is n fnir, trade-off. "Having him liere with us has been a great experience,” Kim said. "He’s been such n wonderful pnrt of our fnmily these last few weeks,” Casey agreed. “It hns been definitely interest­ ing having him around,” Casey said. "Maybe we can keep Yusuke nnd send Josh buck.” Casey arid Josh Crowley of Fork talk to their new friend. Yusuke Saeki of Japan. ■ Photos by Robin Fergusson The Crowleys enjoy the month-long exchange program offered through 4-H. Jumping on the trampoline is one of many activities Casey and Josh Crowley enjoy with their new Japanese friend, Yusuke Saeki. 'M l, . ,1 • — ... ..'U.”. D2 ■ DAVIK COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 19, 2004 Davie 4-H Seeks Members, Clubs And IVIore Volunteers Davie 4-H linows riimiiy is important. "Wc nlso know liow (liiricult il is to fil worli, I'amily and home life Inlo a demanding scliedule," said Tracy Carter, Davie 4-H Exlension aBcnl. Often, parents spend lime driving their children from one activity to another and miss oul on lime jusl spent lo- gelhcr. 4-H works to solve this prob­ lem. "Wc encourage fainily in­ volvement in 4-H. It’s not just a youth organization, it’s a family organization. That's one of the reasons we are one of the largest national youlll organizations in Ihe couniry for boys and girls ages 5-18.’’ 4-H provides children and Iheir parents wilh more lhan 20() projects and activilies designed 10 help you lean) and grow lo­ gelher. "Imagine liie fun in develop­ ing interests and hobbies as a family. 4-H is not jusl aboul cows and cooking anymore," Carter said. "Toilay’s projects also in­ clude areas ranging from elec­ tricity and photography to horti­ culture and health." A 4-H club; • is an organized group of five or inore youth age 6-18 (but may focus on a specific age range); • lead by a trained volunter with the help of other parents and Ihe 4-H ageni; • meets al least once a monlh throughout most of tlie yean • has planned programs which may cenlcr on a single subject, or a variely of topics, which pro­ mote life skill devclopmcnl; • provides leadership roles for youlh; and • offers opportunities for com­ munity .scrvicc, citizenship, indi­ vidual or group projeci work. member sliow-and-tell, and par- ticipalion in programs sponsored on Ihe county, dislricl and state level. You !ind your family can take part in 4-H by joining one of the clubs locatcd throughout the counly or forming a new club. At Ihis time, Davic Counly 4-H is conducting tt major club cam­ paign. This includes organizing new clubs, recruiting new mem­ bers and training volunteers. An information session for adulls who wanl lo leam more about clubs, how they function, expectations of leaders and how 10 gel started, will be held on Sept. 2 ut 6:30 p.m. al the counly ofnee building. Conlaci Carter al 751-6297 if your family, communily group or church is interesed in receiving more informalion aboul liie in­ formation session or clubs in general. ND Knights Get Off To Great Start The Knight Team at North Davie Middle School is off ip a greal slarl. In .social studies, stu­ dents will learn aboul Europe, Russia, and Latin America. Sincc the Olympics arc taking place in Athens, Greece, Ihe first week in social sludies will focus on Ihe history of ihe Olympics and present day events. Each student will design a banner de­ picting European countries lhal arc pan of the international Olympic committcc. Scicncc classes will rotate llirough four unils - spacc, soil, ecology, and energy. During the unit on spacc, sludenis will read the novel. The Green Book, which has ai> setting in space in the future. This year in math, the sixth grade will be using tlie Saxon Math Program, incorporating Accelerated Malii. Accelerated Math is a computerized math program lhal allows independent pacing by cacli student. Language Arts classes are studying .story elements and lit­ erary terms. Each sludenl will design a poster thal teaches a term. The first unit in ihe lilera- lurc book will be on Ihc Iheme of "Growing and Changing." Each week, students will have a take-home slory for homework. Acceleralcd Reading point sheets have been assigned and .students .should read 20 minutes cach nighl. The first .sel of points is due on Oct. 4. In grammar, Parts of Speech will begin. Each Tuesday and Thursday, students have Prime Time from 8:05-8:30 a.m. There we will icarn character education con­ cepts. Honesty is the first unit. Each Prime Time designed gift boxes lhal show cach sludcnl's special gift. The team will or­ der T-shirts soon. ^ W a n t ^ u T J To Know All About "Bis D Country" Davie County IS ^ “Big D Country" and the Davie County Enterprise Record covers everything you need to know/ about "Big D Country” like it’s people, places, sports teams, businesses and morel If you love “Big D Country" like we do and want to keep up to date on all the happenings in Davle County we encourage you to subscribe today. All the news about Davie County will be deliverea right to your mailbox each week rain or shine. Just send in this form today to start your subscription. t m I Yes. I want n subscription lo Ihe Davie Counly Enterprise Recordll I □ One Year In State = $20 □ One Year Out Of Stale = $25 I Name:_______________________________________________________ I Ж Address:_____ City/StalB/Zip:_ Phone:_______ S im ply m a il Ihis lo rm along w ilh a check in ihe a m o u n l in d lc a le d a bove lo : Davio County Enterprlso Record - P.O. Box 99, Mockavllle, NC 27028 Davle 4-Her Zach Yokley was named to the Honor Club at the state 4-H Congress. Davie Youth Named To State 4-H Honor Club A Duvie County youlh was named to the 4-H Honor Club al Ihc recenl annual slale 4-H Con­ gress. Congress, Ihe high poinl of Ihe 4-H year, brings young people from across the slale lo the North Carolina State Univer­ sity campus and Kaleigh for a week of aclivily. This year’s Congress was July 19-23. Zach Yokley, 17, son of Lynn and Dale Yokley of Mocksvillc, was induclcd into the 4-H Honor Club, one of Ihe highest honors a 4-H ’er can achicvc. New Honor Club members were tapped dur­ ing a candlelight ceremony, Monday, July 19. Honor Club members is based on service lo Iho 4-H program, leadership, moral standards, 4-11 activities and project achievc- menl. Less lhan one-half of one pcrcenl of North Carolina 4-Hers aro sclecied for membership each year. Members must be al least 16 years old, wilh a minimum of tiiree years 4-H experience. In addition, Yokley was named a 2004 Application, Re­ sume, Interview ’(ARI) winner. The ARI compelilion is designed lo simulale Ihe process of secur­ ing a job. In this case, the job is lo represent NC al National 4-H Congress in Atlanta laler this fall. Yokley, a rising senior at Davie High School, is a memtier of Dnviu Counly Animal Science and DavicTeen Associalion 4-H clubs. Over Ihe past year, he ha.s served as Norlhwcsl District 4- H treasurer. He has been active in Ihe N.C. 4-H program for 11 years. Approximately 800 4-Hers, volunteer leaders and North Carolina Cooperative Extension agents attended 4-H Congress. Davic Counly was represenled by 4-Hcrs Ashieigh Byrd, Ben Calhoun, Tara Calhoun, Casey Crowley, Josh Crowley, Wade Gough, Katie Jacobs, Zach Yokley, volunteer Lynn Yokley and agent Tracy Carter. •The Pinebrook Trojans Booster Club will hold a golf toumamenl Aug. 21 at Pudding Ridge. It begins wilh a lunch al 1 p.m., followed by a sholgun slarl al 2. Rcgislralion is $50 per player or $200 per Icam. Contact Jeff Pardue at 998-8246. • Sign up for a men's open fall baskelball league. To pul a Icam in the league, call Brian Pitts at 751-4677 or 909-0474, DAVIS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER • www.davisrceional.com m in - ■ - DAVIS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER HEALTH 2004 COMMUNnY EDUCATION SERIB LEGS FOR LIFE SCREENING Saturday, Sept 11 • 8am-12noon • Davis Reg'onal Medical Center Outpatient Oink • Reservations required If your legs hurt when you walk or exercise, you may have PVD (Peripheral Vascular Disease). is a warning sign for heart attack and stroke. When diagnosed early, FW can often be treated successfully., PVD Symptoms include cold feet or legs, numbness and tingling, pain during walking that is relieved by rest, or ulcers or sores that won’t heal. Men and women over age 60, smokers, and anyone with a family histoiy of PVD are at risk for PVD. ifyou have a femily histoiy ofcardio vascular disease, or experience symptoms, please call 704-838- 7154 to schedule your free screening. Reservations are required, and all screening participants will have blood pressures taken in the legs and arms, and have a fiie ultrasound. ^ D A V IS REGIONAL 2 1 8 O L D MOCKSVILLE «OAD 4 0 , EXIT 15 4;, SI ATES VILLE • ( 7 0 4 ) Н7Д-02В1 • The Mocksville-Davie Rec­ reation Depariment is taking reg- islralion for a U6-U12 coed soc­ cer program. The divisions are U6, U8, UlOand U12. The fee is $35. The deadline is Aug. 20. Games will be played al Pine­ brook on Saturdays and Sundays. Play will begin in mid-Scplem- ber and continue ihrough the first of November. • There will be a socccr clinic Aug, 21 al Pinebrook liy Davie's staff and players, wilh U6 and U8 going 10-11 a.m. and UlO and Ul2going 11:15a,m.-12:15p.m; Players need to be al the field 15 minutes before iheir scheduled lime. Call Joe Boyette al the rec at 751-2325. • Mike Herndon, Davio High's ba.seball coach, is starling a 12-undcr AAU baseball leam. If you’re inleresled in trying oul, contacl Herndon at (704) 239- 5357. • Davie Lillle League ba.se­ ball has extended its fall ball reg­ istration due to lasl Saturday’s weather. If you did nol have a chancc to sign up your child, you can do so on Salurday, Aug. 21 from 10 a.m.-noon al ihe Davie Youth Complex on Famiinglon Road. The cosl is $30 per child for l- ball and $40 per cliild for base­ ball and softball. DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 19,2004 - D3 Kelsey McDaniel and Brittany Hill check their hands for germs. Dr, Dalamyer, Ambar Pareira, Brittany Hill, Ellen Carter, Dillon Manship and Brandon Landreth talk about the patient simulator. C a m p M e d T e a c h e s S t u d e n t s A b o u t H e a l t h C a r e e r s The week of June 1-4 brought a new experience lo Davie High School. Sludenis with an interest in health care participated in Camp Med. The camp, funded by a grant from North­ wesl Area Health Education Center of Wake Forest University School ofMedi­ cine, targeted rising lOih graders who had expressed an interest in a health care career. Students had lo meet application deadlines, have a minimum GPA of 2.5, and have a genuine inlercst in a career in health care. The camp was coordi­ nated by Paula Allen, heallh occupations Icacher wilh assislance from Debbie Vogler, VOCATS coordinator. Camp Med began on Tuesday with a teamwork activity and introductions. Students learned about bloodbome pathogens, safety and the importance of patient privacy. Students then signed confidentiality staicmcnis. Students completed personality/ca­ reer inventories to determine if a heallh career matched Iheir personality. These inventories were administered by Rex Hobson, career development coordina­ tor at the high school. In Ihc afternoon, Dwayne Smith and Jerry Myers of Davic County EMS ar­ rived at the school to discuss the role of Ihe emergency medical service and to allow students to tour an ambulancc. On Wednesday, sludenis received Ihcir while lab coals courtesy of AHED and had the opportunity to shadow heallh care professionals in Ihe local mcdical community. Davie County Hospital served as the community partner for the camp and Lynne Doss, hospital administrator, led a session on the history of the hospital and a lour of the facility. Students were Ihen allowed lo ob-scrve health care pro­ fessionals in various areas. Students also shadowed at Dr. Kevin Armbrechi's of­ fice and were introduced lo public hcallh by Caroldine Winebarger, director of nursing at Davie Counly Heallh Depart­ ment. Marty Cooper of Health Care Careers Code Blue spoke aboul shortages in health carc in this area and carecrs where professionals are mo.st needed. The highlight of the week was a day spent at Wake Forest University Bap­ tist Mcdical Center. The 10 sludenis slarlcd the day in Ihc Patient Simulation Lab. Here, they saw tlw simulator used by mcdical sludenis and residents as Ihey pursue Ihcir train­ ing. Sludenis were able lo perform CPR and intubate the patient when a cardiac arrcsl was experienced liy Ilic simula- lor. They worked under the supervision of Dr. Dalamyer, a resident in anesthe­ sia al Ihe hospilal. They were Ihen taken on a lour of the laboratory facilities and the Sleep Center. During lunch they had the opportu­ nity to meet and talk with a senior medi­ cal student. The week concludcd wilh a session on study skills, and college applications. Students participating in Camp Med were Ellen Carter, Robbyn Dingey, Rachel Goin, Brittany Hill, Tiffany Kelly, Brandon Landreth, Dillon Manship, KeI.sey McDaniel, Ambar Pareira and Janna Seamon. Jerry Myers of Davle EMS lets Brandon Landreth and Ambar Pariera check their EKG. Janna Seamon, Dillon Manship, Robyn Dingey and Tiffany Kelly practice CPR under Dr. Dalanyer’s guidance. C iv ita n B lu e g ra s s C o n v e n tio n A u g . 28 The second annual Old- Time Fiddlers' and Bluegrass Convention will be held Saturday, Aug. 28 beginning ut noon al the Clemeni Grove Arbor/Picnic Grounds at 201 Poplar St. just off North Main Street in Mocksville. Band und individual registration will start at noon. Registration for individuals will run until 2:30 p.m. Competition for the individuals will be from 2:30- 5 p.m. Bands will register for competition until 6 p.m. with competition for bands beginning then. This year's convenlion Is going to have stiffcr competition than ever. Last year, there were morc than 65 bands and individuals competing al the convention representing five slates. There will be competition in the following categories: Best Blu.egruss Bands Best Old-Time Bands Best Bluegrass Fiddler Best Old-Time Fiddle . Best Bluegrass Banjo Best Old-Time Banjo Best Mandolins Best Bass Best Guitars Best Dobros Best Vocals Best Vocal Groups Best Buck Dancers Most Promi.sing Talent 12 & Under Most Promising Talent 13- 18 Best Miscellaneous Category Cash prizes and ribbons totaling over $2,000 will be awarded to the winning contestants. Admission for adults will be $8, children ages 6-12 $2 and under 6 get in free. Bands, individuals, buck dancers, and others are invited to compete. There will be no clogging competition. Plenty of concessions will be available on the grounds that will be provided by the Cooleemee Civitans. Coolers will not be allowed. Door prizes will be given away throughout the evening. This evenl will be held "rain or shine” at the arbor In the picnic grounds. Sealing is available, however, a lawn chair Is suggested for more comfort. Proceeds will go to the Cooleemee Civitan charities. Checks will be presented lo the following charities al this year’s event: Storehouse for Je.sus, Davie Counly Special Olympics, Duvie High School and Davie Counly Hospice, Money and volunteer support has been give thus far this year to the Cooleemee Fire Department, Camp Manna, and Special Needs Class al Cooleemee Elementary, just to mention a few. If you have any questions, call William Davis ut 284- 4167; or send an e-mail ti Ige Cooleemee Civilan Club at cooteemeeviv@yailtel.iwi. “Don’t forget to invite your friends and neighbors to come to this convention and help us to help our communily,” Davis said. 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M o c k s v i l l e F u i * n i t u r e & A p p l i a n c e s , I n c . 59 C o u rt S qu are • D o w n to w n M o c k s v illè W W W . m o c k s v ille fu r n itu r e . c o m I »4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug. 19,2004 Senior Services To Celebrate 20th Anniversary In cclebralion of 20 years of scrvice, Dnvie Counly Senior Services is liosting an open house on Friday, Aug. 20 from 2-3:30 p.m. ’Hie community i.s invited lo slop by for refreshinenls and so­ cialization. Share your memo­ ries of the pasl 20 yeans, or leam aboul Senior Services for ihc first time. Although formally recog­ nized as a Senior Center in 1984, the history of Ihis organi­ zation dates back much farther. Details about Ihc early years are sketch: however, it appears that Ihe first concept of an or- ganized place for Davie County seniors to gather dates back to the 1970s, when Yadkin Valley Economic Development Dis­ trict, Inc. (YVEDDl) had started Ihe lunch program for seniors in the county. Several activities that interested the seniors were organized and a group of vol­ unteers got together to form a council, Tliis volunteer group worked tirelessly lo increase the amount of activities for seniors and ad­ vocated on behalf of the .seniors for the counly lo fonn a true Se­ nior Center. Their efforts were recog­ nized by then county manager Charles Mashbum. During the fiscal year of 1983/1984 the county applied for, and re­ ceived, a gram of $24,000 lo renovate the old school cafete­ ria into whal is now called the B.C. Brook Building. A new kitchcn, sewing room and craft room were constructed. Other activities for seniors conlinucd and there becamc increasing interesicd in creating a formal Senior Cenler. In 1984, a formal Senior Center Advisory Committee was formed. According to records, original members of this group were Rosie Carter, Mary Buchanan, Wilma Smith, Marie Miller, Louise Stroud, Grace Shurley, Ruth Brock, Vir­ ginia Plott, Henrietta Holman, Prudence Johnson, Rebecca Zander and Eva Walden. Louise Stroud remoincd continuously on the council for 20 years, re­ signing her position in May of Ihis year. In 1985, the counly wos awarded a second grant lo be­ gin Phase 11 of the construction and renovation of the Senior D a v ie S e n io r C e n t e r D ir e c t o r s Kathy Tomlinson - December 1985 - July 1987 Christine Parks - July 1987 - December 1987 Barbara Basham - December 1987 - August 1988 Ruth Helderman - September 1988 - June 1993 Ginger Morrison - Seplember 1993 - Februory 1995 Tina Agejew - February 1995 - December 1995 Kim Shuskey - December 1995 - present Power boat poker run participants, Caleigh Couch, Shieiia Goodman, Terrie Couch, Johnny Stewart, Danny Tuttle and Rodney Couch. Davie Fam ily Enjoys Boating Poi<er Runs Poker runs on the waler can be a lol of fun, according to a Mocksvillc couple who has been muking the runs for four years, Rodney und Terric Couch re­ cently returned from a poker run in Buford, Ga., on Lake Lanier outside of Atlanta, as part of u summer tour for the Florida Powerboat Club in Ft. Lauder­ dale. They brought home the winning hand, and prizes in­ cluded u free poker run from Miami lo Key West in February, “ It doesn't have to be sum­ mer to enjoy Ihe waler,” Terrie Couch said. “Florida Powerboat has events in November and De­ cember and February lo get rid of the winter blues. “Get your boats ready and join in on the fun.” For more informalion, go lo Florida Powerboat’s website at www.Flondapowcrhoat.com and mention the Couches. Center. Al that time Davie County hired their first Senior Center Director, Kathy Tomlinson, and made plans to add on another meeting room, office facilities and more restrooms. With the completion of construction and a paid staff person to direct the Senior Cen­ ler, activities and opportunities for seniors continued lo in­ crease. Over the last 20 years, many changes and continued im­ provements have occurrcd at the Senior Ccnler. In 1997, the nu­ lrilion program, which had been instrumental in thé earliest be­ ginnings of the agency, came under the management of the Davie County Senior Center. More services for the seniors continued to be added, and in 2002, the county commission­ ers voted to formally change the name of the organization lo Davie Counly Senior Servies. The name changc more ad­ equately described the scope of offerings by the agency. Today, Davie County Senior Services plays a vital role in the community, said the director, Kim Shuskey. The mission is to provide se­ niors with accessible services and opportunities for fellow­ ship, fun and leaming Ihrough activities and programs lhat en­ rich lives. Thnt mission is ac­ complished through numerous programs und activities inlcuding exercise classes. yoga, Tai Chi, social events, day and overnight trips, educational seminars, inter generational programs, health screenings, community events, the daily lunch program, seasonal parties and volunteer opporluiiities, she said. Services include homebound meals, caregiver support pro­ gram, telephone reassurance program, legal assistance, insur­ ance assistance, and a profes­ sional social worker who can assist seniors in obtaining a wide variety of information nnd services. As the focal point for aging services in Davie Counly, they serve the community by providing information and edu­ cation on aging related topics. “The future of Davie County Senior Services seems lo be jusl as exciting as the past 20 years," ‘ Shuskey said. Recently, Julia Howard . anounced a gift of $50,000 from the NC General Assembly lo be used as seed money to construct a new facility. A lask force has been formed and pluns aro be­ ing made to see that this project comes to fruition soon. “With a now, larger facility, Davie Counly Senior Services can continuo to increase tlie amount of programs and ser­ vices offered to the seniors of our county,” she said. Davie Senior Services is lo­ cated at 622 N-. Main St. in Mocksville in Ihc bottom level of the B.C. Brock Building. Ule're just a mouse-click away... D A V IE C O U N T Y ENTERPRI/E^ECORD G o t o th e D a vie C o u n ty E n te rp rise R e c o rd w e b site at w w w .e n te rp ris e -re c o rd .c o m fo r a co n ve n ie n t link to o u r latest e d itio n . It’s y o u r o n lin e co n n e ctio n to D a vie C o u n ty . ^Г Features С Obituaries (^Classifieds:^ ^Subscription^ Reader’s PolQ f lUeither ii) ®*®«=5==3s=ssa Davie County... W e V e G o t You Covered Online! P a r tn e r s h ip F o r C h ild r e n S u p p o r ts A r e a E d u c a to r s On Tuesday, Aug. 10 many professional childcare providers in the county were gathering infonnation on the Education for Slurs and Quality (ESQ) program. The Davie Counly Partnership for Children held nn infonnational meeting and give­ away for all childcare Icachers und directors to go over the ESQ bonus program. “The program is designed lo reward and encourage childcare professionals to advance their education,” states Anna Eichhorn, executive director. Statistics show Ihal childcare professionals that pursue higher education, which includes associates, bachelors, or masters degrees, provide a belter quality learning environment for the children in their care, she said. The ESQ program has been successful the last two years and is continuing to grow. “This program offers a bonus to childcare professionals, meeting specific criteria, who success­ fully complete early childhood college coursework,” said Tracy Ducole, program udminislralor. “ This year some of the criteria changed so we wanted to make sure nil providers were given the changes nnd hnd the opportunity lo nsk questions." The Partnership's early childhood specialist, Paula Burton, was on hand to work with the providers on pro­ fessional development goals. Burton was recently hired to work with the Davie Counly childcare programs when they request assistance wilh . professional development, technical assistance, und to provide support bnsed on their needs. “Paula is a wonderful asset to our team. She brings years of experience in Ihe field of early childhood leaming to our counly and is a huge proponent of developmentally appropriate, quality childcare programs.” saiil Eichhorn, Any childcare professionals unable to attend the meeting who are inleresled in applying to Ihe bonuses are encouraged to contacl Burton at the Partnership officc 751-2113 as soon as possible. The application deadlines are 60 days from the start of classes, no exceptions, so Ihc paperwork needs to be pricked up soon. The new deadline is one of Ihe changes in Iho program from last year. "We nre constantly seeking oul and supporting ways to improve Ihe lives of Davie County children and their families. We are a non-profit set up exclusively to ensure that all Davie County children enter school ready for success,” Eichhorn suid. "To do this we cannot start with just Ihose children entering school next year, preparation for success starts at birth and that positive pattern of learning continues for a lifetime.” P la n n e r s T o M e e t T u e s d a y The Dnvie County Planning Board will discuss a plat review and a rezoning request when il meets nl 7 p.m, Tuesday, Aug. 24 in the second fioor commis­ sioners room of the Davie Counly Administration Building in Mocksville. Adams, Egloff, Avanl Prop­ erties has submitted for prelimi­ nary plat review a 66-lot single­ family residential subdivision tilled Kinderton Village Phase 2. This 26.22 acre tract is located off Ihe norlh side of North Forke Drive and the end of Bcllhaven Drive, adjoining ihe Kinderton Village Phase 1, and is a portion of Parcel 3.01 of Duvie County Tax Map C-8. This request was wuiw.enterprise“ recqr(l.com Register Now For Sept. 1 Floral Design Show, Luncheon A luncheon and floral design show by .Susan M. Jackson will be held at Bermuda Rnn Counlry Club on Sept. I, The day includes garden market shopping, demonstrations and a silent auction, sponsored by the Bennuda Run Garden Club in celebration of its 20th anniversary. Tlie cost is $20. Cull 998-5247 by Aug. 25 for more details. conlinucd from the July 27 meet­ ing. Emory Crawford and Rich­ urd Scnts have applied lo rezone approximately 10 acres of land from Highway Business Special U.se (H-B-S) to Highway Busi­ ness (H-B). This request would remove the special conditions restricting the uses of the prop­ erty put in place in August 1993, This property is located at 120 Beechtree Place and is Parcels 36.01,36.02, and 36.05 of Davie County Tax Map F-5. The meeting is open to the public. Prior to the meeting, more information may be obtained from Planning Director John Gallimore at the Development Services Depunment, 751 -334,0. HOUSEHOLD SIZE YEARLY MONTHLY TWICE PER MONTH EVERY TWO WEEKS WEEiaY 1 17,724 1,436 718 663 332 2 23,107 1,926 963 889 445 3 28,990 2,416 1,208 1,115 - 558 4 34,873 2,907 1,454 1,342 671 5 .40,756 3,397 1,699 1,568 784 6 46,639 3,887 1,944 1,794 897 7 52,522 4,377 2,189 2,021 1,011 8 58,405 4,868 2,434 2,247 1,124 For each Household member add: +5,883 +491 +246 +227 +114 Register For Cub Scouts This Tliursday Attention all Davie boys from firsl ihrough fifth grade: There will be a Cub Scout signup at Ihc cafetcria at South Duvie Middle School at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 19. Any boy wanting tojoin the Cub Scouts, regardless of whal school they allend or if Ihcy ure home schooled, will be uble lo register at that time. Each child musl be accompanied by a parent or guardian. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Aug, 19,2004 ■ D5 T ree ServiceSeni tredj I & Yaa [ Counti M e Residential & Cofflmsrlcal 75>Working HeightBucketTruck Above are the household size and income standards to determine eligibility for the Head Start food programs. ^sylh» ffnTtgiiynyiiyiiy Lot Clearing • Tree Feeding Tree Removal Fertilization Slump tklndbig • Hazardous Selective Trlmnilng Renioval tPnmlng • Skid Sleer tVork Storm Damage 3 3 6 4 9 2 - 2 9 4 4 Toll FreiiJL-SQfirin-.UKP (8733) Complete Clean up ' FullyInsured æ iü ï, Y V E D D l O p e ra tin g L o c a l H e a d S ta rts The Yadkin Valley Economic Development Dislrici Inc. Head Start announces the sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Agriculture-funded Child und Adult Care Food Program, The same meals w ill be available at no separate charge to enrolled participants at the centers below. In accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color. Class Of ‘94 Plans Reunion The Davie High School Class of 1984 20th-year reunion will be held Salurday, Oct. 23 al 7 p.m. at The Piedmont Club in Winslon-Salcm, Addresses and telephone numbers of classmembers are needed. Send them to email ^ Hmv.davle84reiinion.lhost4ii.nel ^ or cull 998-3996, Z a c h a r y M ille r C o m p le t e s B a s ic Air Force Airman Zachary S. Miller has graduated from basic militaty training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. D u rin g the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission, or­ ganization. M iller mililnry customs and courtesies; performed drill and ceremony marches, nnd received physical training, rifle marks­ manship, field training exer- ci.ses, and special training in hu­ man relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits towurd nn associate de­ gree through the Communily Collcge of the Air Force, He is the son of Amy Goodin of Becktown Road, and Kip Miller, both of Mocksville. Miller is a 2003 graduate of Duvie High School. CAFJTNER ANGUS FARMS INC. We m u Treat You Right! SAND 8i GRAVEL HAULING DOZING J.P. Cartner Donnoy Stroud (336)492-5764 (704)883-2182 (704)880-0166 (336)492-""-‘' FOR SALE: Cars • Trucks Utility Buildings Carports: All Sizes, All GalvanizedAll Size Dog Lots 336-751-3442 Mocksville. NC national origin, sex, age or disability. To file u compluinl of discrimination, write USDA, Director, office of Civil Rights, Room 326-, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250- 9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice and TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. 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A matching bonnet topped off the look thut was fit for a fairy tale. M y mom must have beamed brighter thun the August sun as shc visited rela­ tives and showed o ff Cyndi dressed more beautifully than a lily of the valley. Ond sailed the seas nine months out o f the year those days and they did not have n (ler- manent hotne or church, but the dress made any day special. A f­ ter bidding farewell to the Navy and settling into a home in Cleveland, NC, 4-year-old Cyndi was a bit too large for the newborn sized gown on her bap­ tism day. Mom tucked the special dress into the ccdar chest that Papaw made, thinking that mnybe some day it could be used. Only her mo.sl treasured possessions found residence in that wooden box. And the dress stayed there us Mom gave birth to a son and then another boy a few years later. They would be baptized ... but nol in the dress. M y parenls did nol plan to have more chil­ dren; it wus beginning to look like the dress would never be worn for nn ofncial baptism. Then 1 came along. And Mom remembered Ihe Abigail is the second of Katrena Wells’ daughters to wear the baptism dress. Grandaddy Shack and Granny Polly with Katrena in her sister’s baptism dress. Rick Wells holds daughter Hannah on her baptism day. The family poses for a photograph on an important day. tiny dress carefully folded in thul box for neariy 10 ycurs. I hour Ihut tnonis have a knack for re­ membering important things like Ihut. So 1 had the great honor of wearing Cyndi's dress for my R E A L E S T A T E W E E K L Y By Debbie Prachel Owner/Broker Premier Caroline Proporne» W IL L C R ED IT CARD S AFFECT YOUR LOAN? Most people know thal a chcckvrud credit history cun disqualify you for n home loan. Making monthly payments on credit cards churged up to their limit cun do the sume tiling. 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Debbie is un uwurd-winning full-time professional real esiule broker in Davie County. ¥oT proJessUmal uikicc on all uspects of buying and sclliiin real esialc, you can reach Ocbhie ai Premier Carolina Properties, 336- 998-7777 or 336-909-i284, or visit her wehslte at www.pcpnc.com. baptism ut Cleveland Methodist Church. Then the w aiting began again. M y sister married and gave birth to a son. Did Mom open Ihe cedar chest and chcck on the gown before Cyndi had Caleb'? r u probably never know. Then Cyndi shared news of another child on the way. Eli just wouldn't look right in a lacey little dress, either. So the dress remained in lhal cedar box on their baptism days. M y brothers dated but wed­ ding bells did not ring for them before I married. My husband, Tim, and 1 bolh worked. We paid off school loans. We bought a truck. We planted flowers. For seven years it was just the two of us in Mocksville ... Ihcn we shocked the stuffing out of the fnm ily with an announcement Ihut our first child would arrive in September. It Wasn’t Him Robert Vernon Potter of 220 W. Church St. in Mocksvillc is not Ihc Robert Potter of Easl Bend listed in district courl last •week with driving while liccnsc revoked. Hannah was born in 2001, nnd wc prepared for her buptisni. I decided to mnkc her buplism dress. It had to be perfcct for such a holy occasion. I had greal inlentions, but my Intentions .seem to perpetually remain that way. I couldnt find, tho perfect pattern, material,' lime ... so finnlly I decidcd I ' must buy n baptism gown. 1. looked at shop after shop but not one o f them hnd a gown that .seemed just right. I was nol sure what the piirfcct dress would look like, but I was sure I had not yel seen il. I shared my plight w ith Mom. She hesitated just a bit then lold me of the baptism dress wom by Cyndi and myself. I was surprised thal Mom had kept any of our clothes. She usually gave our clothes lo friends or fnmily members after we outgrew them.