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10-OctoberT h e R a g e Rhonda Vincent And Band To Perform At The Brock Page D1 I n T h e P r o s Merrifield Finishes Strong; Still Playing Page Bl D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I / i # E C O R D \:a USPS 149-160 Number 40 Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010 44 PAGES - y n The Dragonfly House Coordinator Brandi Reagan lool<s at one of ttie t-stiirts done by an abuse survivor tliat liangs on the wall as part of the Clothesline Project. Kim Craver holds a blanket donated by Project Linus that will be given to a child brought to The Dragonfly House. - Photos by Robin Snow A Place To Heal C h ild ren ’s A d v o c a c y C en ter O p e n s In M ock sville B y Ja c k ic S e a b o lt Enterprise Record , III Japun the dragonfly is a symbol of courage, strength and happiness - symbols that survivors of child abuse use and seek out in their daily lives. I t ’ s n o w o n d e r th is w in g e d creature is the m ascot fo r the n ew c h ild r e n ’ s a d v o c a c y c e n te r in M o c k s v ille that opened its doors last w e e k . T h e D ra g o n fly H o u se is a w a rm , com fortable safe iiaven tliat focuses on n inking sure abused children get the h elp the y deserve in D a v ie and near-by D a vid s o n counties. A c c o rd in g to statistics fo u r ch il­ dren diè e ve ry d a y in the U n ite d States as a result o f c h ild nbuse and three o f those fo u r vic tim s are u n d er the age o f 4 . A b u s e d ch ildren are m ore Ijkely to g ro w u p to abuse the ir o w n c h il­ dre n . In te rve n tio n at a yo u n g age is the best hope to brenk the cycle o f abuse. C lients are referred to T h e D ra g ­ o n fly H o u se b y la w en forcem ent and social services. O n c e a report is received a forensic in te rvie w is scheduled at the center. T h e s e in te rv ie w s are v id e o ­ taped to h e lp reduce the n u m b e r o f tim es a cliild hns to ta lk about their abuse. W h a t fo llo w s is a m edicnl exam and therapy i f necessary. D ire c to r C in d y H e n d ric k s says a d o c to r w ill be nt D ra g o n fly to a d m in is te r m e d ic a l a tte n tio n to P lea se See D ra g o n fly - P a g e 4 B ’ R u n Growing Comnnercial, Residential A nnexations On A genda B y Ja c k ie S e a b o lt En te rp rise R e c o rd B E R M U D A R U N - T o w n co u n ­ cil m em bers here are loo kin g at tw o annexation requests - one co m m er­ c ia l, the oth ér is residential. In A u g u s t the co un cil ap proved a resolution o f in tent to consider nn ne xntion fo r co m m ercia l areas that arc contigu ou s to o r surround the to w n ’s .lim its . A c c o rd in g to T o w n M a n a g e r L e e R o llin s , the purpose o fth e an- ' n exation o f the com m ercial proper­ ties is that it fixes the “ donu t iiole Ple a se See A n n e x - P a g e 1 2 F o u r O a k s Funder Adds Production Line; 40 Jobs Fu n d e r A m e ric a is exp an d in g at its M o c k s ville location on Fu n d e r D r iv e , and it co u ld brin g ns m nn y as 40 n ew jo b s . A n ew m u lti-m illio n do lln r p ro ­ du ction line fo r p o w d e r conted w o o d products hns been installed. “ T h e p ro d u c tivity o f D a v ie ' C o u n ty ’s skilled, and stable w o rk ­ force helps us keep labor costs lo w and ou r strategic lo c a tio n , w ith in ' m inutes o f 1-4 0 , 1 -7 7 and 1-85 helps us keep trnnsportntlon costs lo w ,” said Peter Fu n d e r, president. “ M o c k s ville w ns nn ensy decision fo r this state-of-th e-art pro du ctio n fa c ility.” Fu n d e r A m e ric a cam e to M o c k s ­ ville in 19 73 and has m ain ta ine d a stable w o rk fo rc e , snid T e rry B ra l­ le y , president o f the D a v ie C o u n ty E c o n o m ic D e ve lo p m e n t C o m m is ­ sio n . “ B e in g a lo w cost producer has n llo w e d Fu n d e r' A m e ric a to continue in vestin g in the fu tu re , creating jo b s nnd o p p o rtu n ity fo r people in D a v ie C o u n ty .” Fu n d e r invested severnl m illio n dollnrs this ye a r as it prepares to m an ufacture the n e w products. T h e p o w d e r co ating process has en viro n m en tn l ndvnntages to tra­ dition al liq u id paint coatings. T h e oversprn y is re c yc le d , reduc­ in g v.aste to near ze ro . In addi­ tio n , p o w d e r coated products nre resistnnt to viru se s, bncterin nnd m o istu re , m a kin g the m ideal fo r healthcare, e d u c atio n , fo o d ser- vic e and household e n viro n m e n ts. Fu n d e r snid. Fu n d e r is one o f the tw o largest sites in N o rth A m e ric n w here pa n ­ els w ith m elam ine resin im p re g ­ nated decorative paper, the rm a lly fused tp particleboard o r m e d iu m de nsity fiberbonrd are m nnufnc- tu re d . T h e pnnels m nde here nre re c yc lab le , biodegradable nnd F D A -n p p ro v e d fo r fo o d contact. Le a rn m ore at www.fimeramer- F e s t i v a l S a t u r d a y D o w n to w n M o c k s ville w ill h o ld its first F o u r O a k s Fe s tiva l Satu r­ d a y w ith nrts nnd crnfts u nd er the trees nnd n il-d n y entertninm ent d o w n D e p o t Street nt Ju n k e r’s M ill. T h e festival starts at 10 a .m . on the sq uare, w h ic h fentures those huge fo u r o n k trees. Th e re w ill be n k id ’s nren, rnffles and fo o d . B e n t N ic k e l opens the stage entertninm ent at 1 1:3 0 n ,m . w ith bluegrass m u s ic , fo llo w e d b y D a ­ vie S ch o o l o f D a n c e , T h e B ry le c - rem es w ith ro c k a b illy at 1 :3 0 , co u n try m u s ic , and en din g w ith the ro c k m usic o f F iv e Fig h tin g Irish . A ll entertninm ent is fre e . B rin g a la w n chair fo r seating. F a m i l y R e m e m b e r s C h a r l i e C o z a r t : A Q u i e t H e r o B y K y le S w ic e g o o d Special to the En terp rise A s n yo u th fu l Ind g ro w in g up in the 3 0 s, M a in Street M o c k s ­ ville w as as w id e as 1-40 in the m in d o f C h n riie C o za rt. T h e road that sent tobacco fam iers to W in s to n -S a le m w as the sam e rond thnt to o k this yo u n g m nn to M o c k s ville H ig h Sch o ol nnd legion bnsebnll prac­ tice w here his tnlents served up the first n o-h itte r in D a v ie legion h istory. It w as said that he hnd n m ean righ t hand kn u ckle b a ll. La te r, w o rk in g ns n cnrpenter fo r his father, H n p p y C b zn rt, yo u n g C h a rlie learned n trnde thnt w o u ld help h im support his w ife M n rg ie B u rto n C o zn rt nnd their five ch ildre n. B u t, before C h n rlie m nrried the love o f his life nnd stnrted rnising tliose k id s , there w as a test o f determ inntion and va lo r nhend o f h im ; nn ordeal that u ltim ately w o u ld take his talent fo r p la yin g the ba n jo and m an ­ d o lin nnd cnuse h im to In y them d o w n . L ik e so m a n y in his genern­ tio n , he accepted the call o f his co u n try. O n D e c . 7 ,1 9 4 1 , C h n rlie C o ­ zn rt w ns a m ere 19 '/i years o ld . E ig h t m onths and 2 7 days nfter the nttnck on the U n ite d Stntes in Penrl H a rb o r, this yo u n g m nn w h o strolled the quiet streets o f M o c k s v ille becnm e pnrt o f the U n ite d Stntes A r m y , C o m p a n y C , 120"' In fa n try . H e w as n o lon ger the pitcher fo r Le g io n baseball, but instead he w as a technician in his u n it. B e fo re he left D n v ie C o u n ty , his m o th e r gn ve h im a g ift. T h e g ift w as n sm all N e w Testam en t. Ple a se See C o z a r t ■ P a g e 1 2 The Swicegood family honors the memory of Charlie Cozart on a visit to France. r 4 ........-4------- F r ie d P i c k l e s , W a r r e n B u f f e t t , L a w n M e c c a 2 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 Editorial Page OMAHA, Neb. — The worst lawn in Omaha is better than mine. Kentucky bluegrass dominates the city landscape, and last week lawns were a lush, deep green. Like walking on shag carpet. This is the mecca for good lawns and .„jobs. Unemployment is four percent. Stores are busy. Industrial plants are humming. Billionaire Warren Buffett is in charge. Elizabeth and 1 came for the National Newspaper Associa­ tion’s 125th anniversary convention. This newspaper has long been a member of NNA, but it had been years sincc 1 had gone to a convention. This is where I picked up our zany Santa Claus promotion 25 years ago. And the football helmet idea. I came shopping for new ideas to steal. Omaha, the nation’s 40th largest city, had never been on my bucket list of places to visit. But once here, I was mighty impressed. ' Except for the mayor’s tax. On Friday, an additional 2.5 percent tax was assessed on restaurant sales. That meant a total 10 percent sales tnx on every hamburger ... and steak. The mayor had wanted a four percent. Restaurants tagged the fee as the ‘‘Mayor’s Tax” on their sales receipts. A recall , petition had been started by Saturday for his job. Gov. Dave Heineman addressed the convention and ex­ plained how Nebraska had managed to fare better than many other states. “We don’t spend money we don’t have,” he said. Run that man for President. Eating steak will never be the same again after Omaha. On Thursday night we ate at Piccolo Pete’s, a shifty-look- ing place across the railroad tracks. The salad was wilted. The soup was bad. Bread was n single slice of white. But the steok ... Oh my. While paying, we saw pictures of previous patrons Buffett and fellow billionaire Bill Gates arm-in-arm with the restaurant owner. The two richest men in America, together worth about $120 billion, ate in this same joint. ' We drove to Warren’s house, the one he bought in 1957 and still makes home. Easily accessible. The billionaire him- ielf drove to our hotel on Friday, delivering a guest. One of the other newspaper publishers spotted him and got a photo. Buffett is the affable grandfather of Omaha. He shows up oil around town. He was featured on commercials for the Nebraska Furniture Mart, saying it was a good time to buy. He owns the huge store that spreads out over four or five city blocks. We also ate at a little place called the Twisted Fork, and I ordered the fried pickles. The wedges arrived stacked like Lincoln Logs, fried in batter. I gave one to a gawking woman at a neighboring table. Pretty good. Omahn water, however, tastes terrible. 1 ordered something, to wash down the pickles: Moose Drool beer. With a name like that, it will never go far. Compared to some, 1 was a media mogul at the conven­ tion. Ptiblishers from South Dakota and Nebraska and Mid­ western states described their tiny towns, population 1,000 or so, and the tight finances they must navigate to produce newspapers week after week. Their readers and advertisers have been loyal, keeping them in business during difficult times. Omaha overlooks the Missouri River. Explorers Lewis and Clark came here on their joumey through the Louisiana Purchase. How they navigated the Missouri is remarkable. It was fast and strong last week. We walked a 3,000-foot pe­ destrian bridge spanning the river to Iowa. Lewis and Clark didn’t have the comforts of hotels and Interstate 80. They did meet the Otoe natives here, finding them living in earthen huts. Trains are mighty important to Omaha, moving the corn , and grains from the remote fields. We saw lots of trains. We didn’t see many cows, but we did enjoy their steaks. One night we ate USDA prime grade. 1 didn’t know steak could be so good. We did not “eat more chicken” in this town. Omaha also has a peculiar affinity for Tudor style homes. We drove down a long street with scores of nearly identical Tudor homes built in the 1960s. — Dwight Sparks DAVIE C O U N T Y USPS 149-160 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mooksvllle, NC 27028 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by the Davie Publishing Co. Dwight Sparks..................................Editor/Publisher Robin Snow.......................................General Manager Mike Barnhardt.................................Managing Editor Ray Tutterow.....................................Advertising Director Brian Pitts..........................................Sports Editor Mocksville Enterprise Davie Record Cooleemee Journal 1916-1958 1B99-195B 1901-1971 Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rntes Single Copy, 50 Cents '' $20 Per Yenr In N.C., $25 Outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to; Davie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 In The Mail ... Too Many ‘Driving While Stupid’ - h -......» To the editor: In light of the recent increased instances of pedestrian nnd cy­ clist accidents of lnte, I can not help but wonder if I'm next on the list. It is not known if the drivers who nre responsible for these deaths were impaired when they struSk down these citizens, be­ cause they left the scene. Some even stopping, getting out of the cnr, nnd seeing the horror'thnt they've created, got bnck in and drove nwny. It is my contention thnt you don't have to be drunk or high to be considered impaired. My job requires me to stand in the middle North Mnin nnd Cemetery streets in Mocksville every dny and direct trnffic to help everyone get to school or work on time. Fol­ lowing nre some of my observntions over the Inst three yenrs. The best drivers nre the professionnls. Truck drivers, bus driv­ ers, YVEDDI drivers, anyone who drives for n living. They have the most to lose by DWS. (Driving While Stupid). Sccond best! nre the high school kids on their wny to Dnvie High. (\yho|dn thunk it?) They nre the most cnutious, courteous, frieiidliest drivers with only n few exceptions. (I'll get to thhl'in a minute.) The vnst mnjority of drivers do not know the proper wny to use their lurn signnis, if they use them nt nil. The Inst observntion is that if a driver is DWS, 99 percent of the time they are on the cell phone. The other one percent nre prob­ nbly just truly stupid. This letter is renlly nbout two things; turn signni use nnd cell phone use. The easiest is how to properiy use your turn signnis, so I'll cover thnt first. When you depnrt on your joumey to your destination, you nor­ mally know where you nre going. You know where you will turn, stop nnd so on. Even if you've never been to your destination, you have either schooled yourself on your route or you figure it out on the way. The point being that you, the driver, determine where and when you are going to turn. No one else that you will encounter on the roads know what you are up to or where you ate going. As a licensed driver in North Cnrolinn, you nre supposed to know that you are required to use your turn signnis to let all those other drivers out there know of your intention to turn. This is not optional, h is the inw. Now you mny sny, "Well, I always use my signals." Well that's grent, and it is a good start. But how do you use them? Are you the driver I'm following at 55 mph who slams on your brakes, and then waits until you're 20 feet from the road you're turning down to put on your signal? Whnt nm I supposed to. do? Just guess at whnt you nre up to? Did nn nnimnl just run out in front of you? Did you drop your cigarette or coffee in your lap? Who knows? Well, of course, you know. Put your signni on well in advance of your turn before you ap­ ply your brakes. Give the folks behind you some time to plan for your deviation in direction of travel. Let the folks approach­ ing you from the front know, too. If you turn left onto Cemetery Street every day and wonder, "Wliy does this guy stop me every moming? He lets everybody else turn without waiting. It's just not fair." You are right. It's not fair to keep the drivers behind you guessing. It is also not fair for you to not give me fair wnming of your intention to turn left in front of oncoming traffic. I don't know to stop them if I don't know until the last minute of your intent to turn, so put your signni on hs soon as you can see me in the distance. I will see you and know what you intend to do. If you don't signal to me, I think you are going straight, and so docs everyone else, v Now, about the use of your cell phone. Most of the time while I am directing traffic, if someone is exhibiting DWS nctions, when If It’s Raining ... Slow Down To the editor: On Wednesdny I wns driving from Chnpel Hill back to Dnvie County during n pouring rnin. I saw about 10 accidents which were, most likely, caused by hydroplaning. My advice to every driver, wear seatbelts and, if it is mining drive under 60 mph to reduce your chance of hydroplaning. I nlso served ns n mililnry policeman and learned that many accidents nre cnused by follow­ ing nnother vehicle to closely. Plense drive carefully so you can see your grandchildren, wntch your children grndunte nnd (for me) wntch TV. Jere Dailey Advnnce I ' they pnss by me I see thnt they are on the phone. I call it Driving While Stupid because they are just acting stupid. They sit still when directed to go. They keep chnrging townrds me nfter I've put my hnnds up to slop them. They nre wandering all over their lnne of trnvel. Driving While Stupid. DWS. It is a proven fact that trying to drive whilo talking on the phone has the same affect as being legally drunk or impaired, whether or not you hnve n hnnds free device. This affect is even worse if you nre texting. It got to the point thnt it is now illegni for teenagers to use the cell phone while driving. It should be for all drivers. To the young lady go­ ing to school this past week in the green Hondn with the Duke ■ plnte in front; As you approached me I noticed your head was down. As you passed me I saw why. You were texting. Do you not know that you were breaking the law or do you just not cnre? Do you think thnt the Inw does not npply to you, just everyone else? Thnt you nre somehow specinl? l am glad I survived your pnssing by me. Mnybe next time I won't lie so lucky. How would your pnrents feel if you rnn me down on your wny to school? And just becnuse you wnnted to let your friends know what you were wenring to school or one of the other enrth shattering bits of in­ formntion you hnve to impnrt. I nm not picking on teenagers. As I snid enriier, you guys are among the best drivers that I encounter everyday. I urge you to keep it that way by resisting the urge to get on that cell phone. I feel that it is time for our law enforcement to check the driv­ er's cell phone use if they are involved in an nccident. If they were on the phone nt the time if the nccident, they should be charged with DWI, Driving While Impaired. They surely are, just as if they had a skin-full of booze. Stop tnlking on the cell phone while you are driving. Nothing you have to say to someone is worth the loss of someone's life. Don't get caught DWS. It mny not be the lnw, but it mnkes sense. Please cut this out and share with your friends, kids and grandkids. Tim Tradgeon Mocksville D e m o c r a t s A ls o A t T e x tile F e s tiv a l To the editor: As much as 1 enjoy reading the Enterprise, I was very disap­ pointed thnt the reporter covering Cooleemee's Heritnge Festivni wns either given the wrong informntion or didn't hear the very loud and clear announcement of the other prominent candidates ninning for local office who found a way to cool off in the dunk­ ing cage. 1 know that Mayor Rumley made a concerted effort to invite and schedule nil the locnl cnndidntes including.the incumbent. Sheriff Andy Stokes. I'm sure the sheriff enjoyed his dunking as much ns John Coley, Democrat, running for Dnvie County Sheriff nnd Jeff Plott, Democrnt, mnning for Davie County Commissioner. Nei­ ther of them received any notice in Ms. Smith's report, but were in attendance as candidates, meeting the voters, eating good food, listening to the down home music and having a wonderful time. How about giving your readers a fair and balanced shake next time by acknowledging nil the candidates nnd their political af­ filiations. Gracia M. Littauer Cooleemee Letters Welcomed 'I’he En te rp rise R e c o rd w elcom es letters fro m Us readers on topics o f lo c a l, state, national o r international issues. A n e ffo rt w ill b e m ade to p rin t all letters, p ro vid e d th e y are n ot lib e lo u s , vu lg a r o r in p o o r taste, T h e ed ito r reserves the rig h t to ed it letters fo r g ru tn m ar and fo r space. A l l letteirs sh o u ld in clu de the n am e an d a d d re ss'o i the w rite r, in clu d in g a sig natu re. A telephone n u m b e r, n ot to be p u b lis h e d , is also requested. Please h ave letters in the new spaper o ffic e n o later than 4 p .m , M o n d a y o f the w e e k to be published. D a v ie C o u n ty En terp rise R e c o rd P .O . B o x , 9 9 , M o c k s v ille , e m e w s@ d a vie -e n te rp rise .Q o m . In The Mail ... D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - 3 D a v ie C a n D o B etter: K n o w W h o Y o u ’re V o tin g F or N o v . 2 To the editor; • ■ 3000 Davie County residents did not sign a petition in opposition to the Locnl Government Commission (LGC) issuing bonds to Da­ vie County to build the proposed high school back in the summer. 2,504 signatures were submitted on 160 pages. Of that number: 170 were duplicates where people signed more than one time; 14 pages or 278 signatures were copies; there were 4 fictitious signers such ns Peter Pan; 15 people from other counties signed; 50 signa­ tures were signed by someone else; 248 were not verified by name, address or telephone number; 305 signatures were not the property owners of the property listed; 7 signatures were renters In an apart­ ment cohiplex; 1,427 signatures were verified. Ms. Dirks, county manager, went with the total of 1,739 signa­ tures, assuming the renters were registered voters. Why wns this S ick And Tired O f P rofession al P oliticians To the editor: It is evident thnt those svlio hnve been in charge of our federal government hnve been destroying smnll businesses, expnnding regulntipn over*iinything they cnn think of, and nre on the verge of blowing up our economy. Just like the Grent Depression, Democrats are convinced we can spend our way out of the trouble they created lo begin with..It wns Freddie and Fannie thnt crented the finnncinl crises we now face, and it was the Democrats who forced financial institutions to crente home loans for Ihose who would never have qualined under prior rules. • It was the federal government which hns forced mnny corpo- rntions to move oversens through tnxntlon nnd tegulntion. Cheap overseas labor actually played a small pnrt in their decisions to move. It wns nlso the Inbor unions with their illegitimnte retirement nnd henlth plans that played a big role. When the bottom falls out of Ihe dollar, nnd it will, who will the Democrats blame? It will be a direct result of their policies and their spending. Government needs to get out of our lives, needs to reduce spending in a menningful way, nnd reduce the control of our economy. Small businesses crente wealth. Small business drives our econ­ omy, not the government. The government does not produce any­ thing, except more spending of our money. Frankly, I’m sick and tired of professionnl politicinns on both sides of the nisle. Let’s return the government to the people nnd get rid of this cnreerist who need to find new cnreers. Common sense, the Constitution and we the people need to take back the control we nre supposed to hnve. Dan Shaw, Mocksville D on ’t Like T h e Stick Fam ily: D on ’t R ead It To the editor: Over the last few weeks 1 have follbwed the amusing adven­ tures of The Slick Fnmily. I hnve nlso rend the letters from nngry residents cnlling for Mr. I3nhnson's head on a platter. Here's n little advice for those who are offended by thd satire; Don't read it. You have the same options with newspapers as you do with other me­ dia. If something offends you, exercise your right to ignore it. I personally nm not n fan of the vncntion photos of people holding up n newspnper in exotic locntions. When I get to those pnges, I just shnke my hend, sigh, and turn to the next page. If you feel compelled to protest what you perceive to be offensive, bum your paper, cancel your subscription, nnd get on with your life. Spnre' yourself the ulcer. All of this uproar over a "bigoted, ignorant, nnd hntefui" column mnkes me wonder; Where was this righteous indighntlon a few months bnck when a select few residents of Advance were accus­ ing the rest of the county's residents of being stupid nnd backwnrd for opposing'n new high school Hint they could not nfford? In both of the aforementioned issues that hnve been the subject of so mnny letters to thd editor, I have noticed the common thread seems (to me. anyway) to’be natives and long-time residents vs. transplants nnd their visions of whnt their new home should be. I too am a trnnsplnnt. I hnve lived in a very mral and scenic pnrt of northwestern Virginin for over 17 yenrs. I cnme here knowing the vnlues nnd mindset of the mnjority of the nren's residents nnd 1 tried to blend in. As n result I have been nccepled ns pnrt of Ihe community. The problems begin when people move here from ur- bnn locnies such ns the District of Columbin to enjoy the country life. No problem there until they begin to notice there nre no street lights, sidewalks, or shopping centers. Then they feel they must enhance the lives of everyone by trying to bring these amenities to their rural setting, thereby changing their new surroundings to ■ resemble tho ones they just fled from. One by one many scenic places and ways of life have been damaged or destroyed in the nnme of progress, Dnvle County is n wonderful plnce 1 still think of ns homo. Plense luindle cncefully, Cindy Bean Candenquist, Amissville, Va. D em ocratic Party W ants To S e e P ro g ress To the editor; - ' • The people in the Democratic Pnrty of Dnvie County wnnt to see progress mnde in this county. Thnt menns jobs, nccess to qunlity public henlthcnre, nnd qunlity public educntion for our children. Virginin Foxx cnme bnck to the 5"' District nfter the spring recess of Congress lnst yenr with the Americnns for Prosperity Group espous­ ing lies to her constituents about the^ health care reform bill that was . being discussed, saying it woiiid nilow our government to kill seniors using her "denth pnnel thrents." She Inter apologized for using that senry Inngunge. She's tho one who stood up on the US Houso Floor nnd snid Mntthew Sheppnrd’s murder, which wns duo to his sexual orientation, wns n hoax. She npologized to Sheppard’s mother for that ambiguous remark. She |s the one who five yenrs ligo voted against aid for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Most recently she along with our Sen. Burr voted against extending the unemployment benefits and legislation that would enable small business owners greater and easier access to business loans. She voted against funding school lunches for our children. This representative has been an embarrassment to the people of Davie County nnd to nil the people of the District. She hns gnmered up a storehouse of money from lobbyists, insurance companies, bankers, and big business, including Las Vegas Hotels nnd Cnsino owners. She is known in our Democratic Pnrty here in Dnvie County ns "Mrs. No Vote." She hns no intentions of working with anyone who offers valid proposals for moving this county and this country forwnrd. She is nn obstmctionist. Now, she is aligned with a smnll group of ultrn right wingers known ns the Men's Federntion Republicnn Party of Davie County. They call themselves the Men’s Federation Republicans, when In fact they are the “Tea Partiers.” A few members of our Democratic Party attended a meeting at Blaise Baptist Church last year when Dick Armey, founder of Freedom Works, which sponsors the Tea .Party, met with this ultra right-wing group. Members of this group include Andrew Brock, our state senator, who has been named the most ineffective senator in the NC Senate, Robert Wisecarver, Sher­ iff Andy Stokes, and Mark Jones. “The Three Musketeers," Foust, McDaniel, and Mintz, better known in Davie County, as "The Three Stooges" because of their relentless antics and adamant opposition to the construction of a mucli-n'eeded high school here in the county, have succeeded in dividing Iho residents of Dnvio County on the issue of educntion. By tho wny, nt this introductory Ten Party meet­ ing, rnffie tickeis were sold nt the door for the chnnce of winning n gun, not a sot of pots and pans to prepare a monger n\eal,or a.lawn- mower or something useful, but a gun. Members of this group nre . the,ones responsible for cnusing the division of people in tlie county by offering and advancing the ideii of people in one section of the county being treated differently from others. They are Ihe ones, just like Virginia Foxx, who oppose any progressive movements In the county at all. They are the ones who would like to dismantle public education completely as witnessed by their actions and their choice of homeschooling their children, the ones who want to privatize social security, and the ones who, if elected, will promote the idea of repealing the health care reform laws, and the ones who fibut the . stimuhis packages which have kept our teachers in the cinssroom, provided jobs in Ihe construction of bridges nnd highwnys, nnd havo kept many smnll businesses from hnving to declnre bnnkmptcy. Yet, when nsked for their idens about solütfons Ibr problems we face hero jn the county, they hnve none. Wisecarver and Humphrey both sny the county needs to hire an expensive consultant or consultants to help solve tho problems facing Davio County, such as budget, infrastructure, finding ways to support an aging population, provid­ ing services such as sewer, waste management, providing medical facilities, and creation of jobs. Citizens of Dnvie County think tho people elected to the commissioner’s bonrd should hnve idens nd- drossing those issues. Even modernte Republicnns in the county know thnt our county cannot remain stagnant and hope to attriict businesses which produce jobs without fixing our educntionni problems, our healthcare pioblems and our diversity problems, We nil must work together, do nwny with the negntive nttitude's, nnd propel our wonderful county townrd pros­ perity. In order to do this we must elect nil our Democrntic cnndidntes, Elnine Marshall for US Senate, Bil|y Kennedy to the US House of Representatives, Chris Andersort and Jeff Plott to Ihe Davie County Commissioner, and John Coloy Sheriff of Dnvio County. . Jenn Senford, Mocksville not reported in the DC Enterprise? You reported there were 3,000 signatures against it. Where wns the report about the false signn- tures? How do I know this? My son ahd I attended the meeting as con­ cerned Davie County residents. Don’t believe mo? Ask Mrs. Dirks for the validntion of petition signatures she presented to the LGC onJune 1. , ' Don’t rely on what “Davie Citizens for a Responsible Govern­ ment” (“3 Musketeers”) say. They are not being responsible with the future of Davio County children. Our children's education will determine their success and ours. Already one high school (DCECHS) is facing possible closure because of this group, which wiil only increase the numbers at the other. Don’t blame the Mo- bnne Charhable Foundation. They were clear on the requirements for their $3.8 million contribution. Thank you, Mebane Charitable Foundation for trying to help. Feb. 2, we had the privilege to vote for or agaipsti' leyy of “local sales and use tax at the rale of twenty-five percent (6.5S%) in ad­ dition to all other state nrid local snles and use’tales’’.; There were 2,820 people to vote; 1,756 were against it. ' There are 31,562 poopio over age 18 in Davie County allowing 1,739 (65% registered voters) to make very important decisions for us. Dnvic County, we can do better. Vote Nov. 2. Know who you’re voting, for nnd where they stnnd on importnnt issues. If you wnnt someone concerned about our schools, our property values, our economic outlook, who Wiil make decisions based on what’s best for the entire county - vote Chris Anderson for county commis­ sioner. Teresa Apperson, Mocksville Bahnson Just ‘Pokin’ Fun’ To the editor: We say good for Bert. I like the Stick Family. He has fun with our stereotypes and po­ litical correctness. In a humorous way, he shows the differences nnd perceptions of two extreme ends of our culture. Mr. Bnhnson’s columns nro short and to a point thnt loaves you thinking. As for those who feel offended, remember, he’s just pokin’ fun. Frank Marx Mocksviiie Constitution Deserves More Than Foxx’s One-Word Label To the editor: Reading the" We the People” article by Jackie, DHS journalism student cnrriod mo bnck lo my high school civics clnss nnd the nc­ tive discussions we hnd on local, state, and federal govejnment. Of ' course, that wns long before nnyone had passed a Inw estnblishing "Constitution Day". But we certainly learned the in nnd outs of the great document in the above mentioned class, which wns required in Ihe senior yenr for grnduntion. In this regnrd, I feel thnt Ms Virginin Foxx's stntement, "The'word Democrncy does not appear once in the constitution" is somewhat disingenuous. It's tme, that's a fact. But the constitution provides ' for whnt is called a representative democracy, the form upon which oiir counlry is governed. The constitution is a serious nnd complicnted document worth more than one-word labels or ambiguous sayings for personnl or political gain. The word democracy does not infer that we nre nil Democrnts nny more lhan the word republic labels us Republi­ cans. ' Jusl a thought from Fairfax High School, class of '51 John V. Bonnes Cooleemee Farming At V-Point-1939 - The Hursey family Is shown in this photo from the V-Point community In Iredell County, Just across the line from Davie County, in 1939, and includes boys Linuel, Donald and Gary, girls Ruby and Mildred, and Noah Hursey. The family name was also known as Hussey. The farm workers are unidentified. The Enterprise Re­ cord welcomes old photos of Davie people and places. Bring them by the newspaper office on South Main Street in Mocksville, across from the courthouse, or send jpeg images to emews@ davle-enteprlse.com. K o m Pad B u d d y S is Sheba T lu > S u c h S - a m J U lii b> Bert Bahnson G u n f i r e Dad comes home and Mom is visibly shaken. "Whnt’s wrong Denr?" he meekly inquires. “You hnve got to do something! Thnt uneducated hick down the road has been shooting guns ail aftemoon,” she blurts. Dad responds, “Mom, how can you be so mean spirited and. hateful? Let’s hnve n ginss of Pinot Grigio and talk about this; you need to calm down. It’s this type of stress that brings on your issue problems.” After hearing her baggage-filled story, Dnd remembers thnt dove senson is in nnd he tells her so. “You mean they kill them?” she asks in disbelief, “Yes, Dear, and then they eat them,” he responds. She whines, “I think that's disgusting. Buddy and Sis are afraid to play in the yard, plus it upsets Sheba. You need to talk to tho property owners association and seo if they cnn lobby the County Commissioners to pnss nn ordinance to cease this dangerous behavior." Dnd reminisces the happy times hunting with his father and how getting a pigeon-grade Fox Steriingworth for his 18th birthday was the best day of his life. He hnd to get rid of it since Mom wont allow a gun in the house. Dad feels this is a bad suggestion but snys he will look into it since it’s close to election time. WARNING/DISCLAIMER; If reading fictional ^0 ire about a cartoon fam ily causes agitation, nausea, headaches, deliri­ um, suicidal thoughts or increased worry, discontinue and seek professional help immediately^ ■■ .1 <rl ’^1 4 - p À V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 Dragonfly House Director Cindy Hendricks explains some therapies used to help counsel abuse victims. Volunteer Felicia Correll works on a sign. ■"-r-• • If 1 ‘ t 1 1 - ‘ — T-r ' ' O n m n y ’s K i t c h e t u Hwy. 601 North 1/2 Mile North of Wal-Mart M ocksville, NC • Ph. (336) 492-5068 ★ ★ D A I L Y S P E C I A L S ★ ★ Hours: Monday-Saturday 5nm-8pra & Sunday 7am-4pm FRESH - NEVER FROZEN All our Beef and Pork Products are made fresh dally. They have not and never will be frozen or contain any preservativesi These products have been USDA Inspected on location and are processed from top quality stock. I will not look for a lower cessed . quality .product in order to sell it to you at a cheaper price. We will only provide you with the best food ' at the most affordable prices that I can. M eat Processed by D isher’s, 40 Years in Business Located in Yadkinville, NC This Is My Personal Guarantee. É '# V ;ià K î| # ’ ’ '' : The Dragonfly House Children’s Advocacy Center In Mocksville opened last week. D r a g o n f l y ... ■ Photos by Robin Snow Continued From Page 1 clients and a counselor will talk to clients in one of the center’s two therapy rooms. All needed personnel can work through the center - law enforcement, district attorney, social services, and mental health workers - to make a difficult experience less traumatic and smoothdr for the child. As Hendricks walks through the halls of the newly decorated center she stops at n chest in the hallway. Inside its drawers are blankets hand-sewn and donnted by volunteers. Hendricks snys ench child that comes to Tlie Drngonfly House will receive one of the blnnkets. “We have been given so many things,” Hendricks says. Though the center is nn extension of Dnvie Domestic Violence Services nnd Rnpe Crisis Center, it wns funded by n grant from the Gover­ nor’s Crime Commission Victims of Crime Act nnd gives all services to fnmilies free of chnrge. Furniture, a medical tnble, and artwork in the center were nil donated. Coordinator Brandi Rea­ gan points to two smnll t- shirts hnnging on a make-shift clothing line in the hall area. The shirts are decorated with pictures and messnges from child nbuse survivors nnd nre pnrt of the Clothesline Project - a national progrnm thnt helps victims express their emotions by decorating a shirt. Rengnn snys The Drngon­ fly House is open two days a week from 8 n.m.-5 p.m. “As we see n need to be open longer we’ll expnnd to more dnys a week.” Elaine Miller stands qui­ etly in the hnllway, She is wenring a bright pink t-shirt with brenk the pattern stop domestic nbuse written ncross the front. Miller is n survivor of abuse - both as a child and as an adult. “It was really bad,” Miller snys as she reflects on the pnst. But she snys thnt she be­ cnme a self-tnught survivor because she didn’t want her children to suffer the snme fate ns she did. Reagnn says Miller is the model that The Dragonfly House was built around. Miller now spends her dnys volunteering to help others. “Childs rights advocate,” Miller snid. ‘‘Thnt’s me.” If you would like more in­ formntion on The Drngonfly House cnil 336-753-6155, Ч S * ■ rt, . . . . Marcy Goshorn volunteers at The Dragonfly House and prepares food for the facllltle’s open house last week. ыг Brandi Reagan, Dragonfly’s coordinator, and sun/Ivor Elaine Miller discuss the services offered at The Drag­ onfly House. Hendricks shows one of the rooms during the open house. Let m e help you get th e best coverage to fit your needs. Knowing you're covered is just a call away. Hayrfa^sj Keith Hiller 1109 Yadkinville Rd. Willow Oaks Shopping Ctr, Mocksville 751-6131 Ш C A L L M E F O R A Q U O T E TO D A Y N ationw ide* On Your Side to Where the WiU Tilings Are Shosts and fiobllns along the Hoyrlde Trail TW49 P f« W « « K « n d ff: o e t . 6:30-9*30 PM 1 1 ^ , SPONSORED BY; Yadkla M ley Hounds, Inc. * ' $5 per person Concessions: HAMBURGERS, HOTDOGS - RAIN Oft SHINE - Woltz Lane, Advance'*'♦NC 801 Soulh lo People’s Creek Road @ Elbaville Church.People’s Creek to Burton Road to Woltz Lane. Follow Signs, i gMAPS, etc.i www.y Aulo Home Life Buslntst D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - 5 The following cnses were disposed of during Dnvie Dis­ trict Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: John Bnndle and Jnmie Laprad, assistant'DAs. - Eddie Bost, misdemean­ or larceny, sentenced to time served. - Christopher Bowens, manu­ facture schedule VI controlleti' substance, reduced to possession of marijuana greater than one- half ounce to one arid one-half ounces, possession of driig para- phemnlia, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 18 months', obtain, substance abuse assessment/ treatment, $162.50 attorney fee, cost. ■ - Todd Chandler Bridges, driving while license revoked, prayer for judgment'continued, cost; operating vehicle with no insurance, dismis.<ied, cor­ rected. - Dnvid Bruce Cam pbell, driving while license revoked, sentenced to 120 days, suspend­ ed six months, .$50, cost, not operate vehicle until licensed. - Ashley C. Coble,' misde­ meanor probation violation out of county, probntion termi­ nated. -■ Roy John Cutter, reckless driving to endanger, hit/run failure to stop after causing property damage, dismissed per plea; DWI, sentenced to M days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, surrender licensc, not operate vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assessment/treatment, $100, cost, - Erik Matthew Dnvis, speed­ ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost; expired registration, dismissed, corrected. ' - - Bryan S. Dent, speeding 96 in a 70, reduced to careless and reckless'drivingt $200, cost, - David Bryan Foster, DWI, sentenced 60 days, suspended 36 months, 24 hours community service, surrender licensei not opernte vehicle until licensed, $1,306.25 attorney fee, $100, cost. , i - William Richard Foster, expired registration, expired/ no inspection, dismissed per indictment. : ' - James O.weii Gray, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to imprüper equipment, $50, dost. -Jason Michael Gray,obtain- ing property by false pretense, dismissed, victim paid. - Kerry. Gene Hutchins, em­ bezzlement, reduced to misde­ meanor larceny, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 18 months, ,write letter of apology to victim, $633 restitution, $500 attorney fee, cost; embezzlement, re­ duced to misdemennor larceny, sentenced to 45 days at expira­ tion of previous sentence, sus­ pended 18 months; two counts embezzlement,' dismissed per plea. - Marisa Johnson, misde­ meanor probation violation, probation extended 24 months; misdemennor probation viola­ tion, probation continued; two counts misdemeanor probation violation but of county, proba­ tion extended 12 months on cach count. - Cicero Henry Jones Jr., as­ sault on a female, communicat­ ing threats, dismissed, prosecut­ ing witness failed to appear. - Tommy D. Katsoudas, speeding 80 in a 70, rcduced to 79 in a 7 0 , $ 10 , cost; speeding 80 in a 70, dismissed per plea. - Mandy C. Lawson, simple possession schedule VI con­ trolled substance, dismissed per plea; possession of drug paraphernalia, prayer for judg­ ment continued, cost, $200 at­ torney fee, all evidence ordered destroyed. - Kevin Paolo Martinez, speeding 88 in a 70, dismissed per plea; driving while license revoked, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $25, cost, $200 failure to ap­ pear fee. Leesa Masten, two counts Worthless check, dismissed, corrected.' Felton Lee Mayfield, misde­ meanor probation violation i prb- biition terminated; five counts Worthless check, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 mpnths, $541'15 restitution, $275'attor­ ney fee’; two.cpunts canceled/re­ voked/suspended certificate/tag, two counts driving while license revoked, operating vehicle with no insurance, no liability insur­ ance, dismissed per plea. - Dustin Rynn Moon, mis­ demeanor probation violation, probntion revoked, sentenced to 45 days. - Gina Lynn Nixon, driving while license revoked, sen­ tenced to 120 days, suspended 18 months, not operate vehicle until licensed, $275 attorney fee, cost. - Matthew Perrell, DWI, sen­ tenced to 120 days, suspended 18 months, 48 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse assess­ ment/treatment, $200, cost, $350 attorney fee; possession of drug paraphernalia, simple pos­ session schedule IV controlled substance, dismissed per plea. - Leslie George Poole, cru­ elty to nnimals, reduced to mis­ demeanor animnl cruelty, sen­ tenced to 120 dnys, suspended 18 months, $800 attorney fee, cost; felony larceny by. em­ ployee, reduced to misdemeanor larceny, sentenced to 1,20 days at expiration of previous sen­ tence, suspended 18 months; abandonment of an animal, simple possession schedule VI contrpiled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed per plea, evidence ordered de­ stroyed. - Johnny Wayne Potts, worth­ less check, dismissed, cor­ rected. ‘ . - Timothy Swiergiel, siitlpl’e possession schedule VI jcoli- trolled substance, sentenced lo 15 days, suspended 12 months, obtain substance abuse assess­ ment/treatment; cost. - Robert C. Tijerina, misde­ meanor probation violation out of county, probation revoked, sentenced to 120 dnys. - Mesha Lashae White, also known as Mesha Lashae Wike, expired/no inspection, expired registration, failure to wear sent belt, driving while license revoked, dismissed per plea; misdemeanor larceny, prayer for judgment continued, cost, $10,87 restitution, $275 attor­ ney fee, - Tracy Lavanda Wilson, re­ sisting public officer, no license, dismissed per indictments in superior court. Failure To Appear- - Wendy B. House, simple worthless check. ' - M atthew J. Masterson, driving while license revoked, possessjort/displrty of. altered/ flctitioiis/rpVoked license;' reck­ less driving to endaiiger. - Jessicii Gay Parks, misde­ meanor liirceny. ' . O p e n i n g O c t o b e r 1 4 t h 1 0 :0 0 a m C h « c k N v K t W e e k * « P a n » r G O S P E L M E E T I N G S p e a k e r - K e n F o r r e s t O c t o b e r 1 0 - 1 3 i Sunday--— 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM M onday------ 7:00 PM Tuesday------ 7:00 PM Wednesday-- 7:00PM E V E R Y O N E W E L C O M E North Main Street Church of Christ 605 North Main Street Mocksville, North Carolina 751-2866 nmcofc.org : i i l ÍI ' i •* i i 6 ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 Public Records Land IVanfsers The following land transfers were filed with the Davie Reg­ ister of Deeds, listed by parties involved, acreage, township nnd deed stamps purchased, with $2 representing $1,000. - Jnmes Lee Reynolds Jr. and Polly M. Reynolds to Law­ rence J. Impellizeri, 2.74 ncres, Mocksville, $300. - Heather L. James nnd Mnt­ thew A. James to Jnmes R White and Doliie B. White, 1 acre, $220. - Evelyn Bondiirant Sim­ mons to Cameron Batton Sim­ mons, 1 lot, Mocksville. - Tracy Mnrie K. Wilde nnd Wendell G. Wilde, John A. Kol- lins III and Mnry A. Cryan Kol- lins, and Scott H. Killins and Katharine W. Kollins to Dennis Crnig Michael nnd James P. Mi­ chael, 1 lot, Mocksville, $274. - Richard J. Keshian, trustee and administrntor lo William E. Clayton Sr. and Leslie Clnyton, 1 lot, Farmington, $270. - Virgil C. Lessane and Ey- vanna R. Lessane to Matthew A. James and Heather L. James, .71 acre, $378. - Willie Mne Brncken and Lindn B. Bnrnette and Ronnie Barnette to H. Lewis Vannoy, .54 acre, Clarksville, $120. - WASLAW, trustee, to Cnro­ lina First Bank, 2 acres, Mocks­ ville, $114. - Edward T. Shipley III, substhute tnistee to Chnrles F. Enton, 10.66 acres, $86. - Robert S. Bnmhardt nnd Glenda S. Barnhardt to Sid­ ney Joe Ashburn nnd Corindin F. Ashbum, 3 lots, Calnhnln, $120. - Linda J, Rnboii nnd David J. Rabon to Kenneth R. Vis- ser and Aileen D. Visser, 1 lot, $38. - Timothy S. Day and Karen P. Dny to Charlene N. Hard­ wick, 1 lot, Fnrmington, $945. - Stanley Leon Smith to Di- nnnn S, Stephens, 4 pnrcels. - Michnel J. Brill nnd Snlly A. Brill to Ruth Daniels Liv- ■ ing Trust, 1 villa, Mocksville, $277. - Westphnlin Construction td Daniel G. Barnes and Hayden D. Bamcs, 1 lot, Fnmiington, $950. ■ - Colene P. Miller to Jnmes Richnrd Miller, Rnndy Eugene Miller and Bobby Lee Miller, 2 tracts, Jerusalem. . - Brook & Scolt, subslitute trustee to Branch Banking & Trust, 1 lot, Farmington, $378. - Eagle Developing Co.- to Bermuda Village Retifcment Center, 1 villa, Fannington, $560. - D.R. Horton Inc. to Alisn Nuwnr, 1 lot, Farmington, $421. - Pnul H. Mnson III nnd Tama B. Mason to Mnrk D. Sheets, 10 acres, $200. - Ellie Dunn Foster and Sean Matthew Kelly to Ellie Dunn Foster, 1 lot. Shady Grove. - Mattie M. Renegar to John C. McEwen or Pauline M, McEwen, 7 acres, $50. - Fannie Mae to Todd Halver and Cheryl Halver, 1 lot, Farm­ ington. - John H. Pounds to Cynthin R. Carter and John H. Pounds, Hot. - Robert L. Spillman to Kev­ in Joseph Adams nnd Lisn Bcn- nick Adnms, 1.07 acres, $46. - Michael E. Whicker nnd Richard C. Whicker, co-trustees lo Norbert E. Rieg nnd Jenn M. Rieg, 1 lot, Fnrmington, $386. - Drenmbuili Inc. to Jon J. Dnmazo and Dari L. Damazo, 1 lot, Sliady Grove, $734. - N.P. Dodgo Jr., trustee to Christopher Garcia nnd Celeste Garcin, 1 lot, $920. - Fannie Mne lo Jean O. Vis­ ser, I lot. - Ricky Allen Swaim to Tim­ my Allen Swaim, 10.05 acre, Clarksville. - Fannie Mne to Thomns Powers, 1 lot, Farmington. - Jerry M. Crews and Pamela Crews, and Carol Rothrock to David M. Crews, 3 trncts, $194. - Anibel Cruz to Noemi Cruz, 1.57 ncres, Clnrksville. umeosTATes Statomont of Ownorehip, Management, and Clreutatlon pó'stá'LSE'ñvíce» (All Porlodlcali PublloaUona Divio County EnUfpflo-Rtcofd wttkly I Except RaquMtef Publlcotlona) 1 |4|g|.|l|t |o| I 0ct1,20t0 HÜfl. PO8e« M. ITI 8. H«lneinMMkivllK, NO3702» PO BOI H, ITt 8. Miln «I,. MecktvKM. NO ПО» Pb»Mf<a> (Л4 юпгм* ЛМАЧ МП<|^ OwlehlA.ep«r1i« Owl9htA.tp<rfca ,ДДмГ" PMtWiNne Co. - ««n,HymaiU»Wor»l«a»»rHowwOwnUM» tWM I P*r(M « U4» («TCMIДЛПМ i< IMI. иолми. W Ш Còlumbui tu Chtri«ilon, SO 2M0) IL inwx M Mlur« й CtruMMH ,,,| ГгммНвпМЯММ«* I« onWHiiiiíMl ' смммт)пы^ммп(<«.тк1и«1м| -Í22Í- ■ ».У9 OctT.»QH ir. UM WUw, PwSÑ OwleMA.8f>MM ill иму M МИ11* иг*«т - Cody Lnyne Wilson nnd Karen Christine Wilson to Na­ tional Transfer Services, 1 lot. - National Transfer Services to Joel R. Selchell and Lori R. Setchell, 1 lot, $876. - Donnld L. Pnge nnd Gnil S. Pnge to Gnil S. Pnge, 1 lot, Fnrmington. - Donald L. Page and Gail S. Pnge to Gnil S. Pnge, 1 lot, Fnrmington. - Butler & Hosch, substitute tnistee to ВАС Home Lonns Servicing, 1.12 acres, $300. - Betty J. Crowe to Wnyne T. Overnker and Bnrbnrn M. Overnker, 6.95 ncres, $711, - Robert C. Everhnrt and An­ nie Hendrix Everhart to Eddie Lee Everhart nnd Steven Clyde Everhart, 4 tracts. - Eric Christopher Smith to Brndley Reese Smith, 1 lot, Calahaln. - Julia Faye Cope to Edu­ ardo Hernnndez Rodriquez nnd Ynmlet Nntividnd Pacheco, 1 lot, Mocksville, $160. - KHS Lmtd. to Timothy B. Nestor, 1 lot, Fnrmington, $158. - Amy R. Petros and Michael J. Petros to John B. Cole and Melissa W. Cole, 1 lot, Fnrm­ ington, $462. - Carl E. Flynn and Virginin Faye Flynn to Deana C. Barker nnd C. Todd Bnrker, ,2.2 ncres, Clnrksville. - William Junior Revels nnd Eunice Revels to Mnry Lou Revels Hampton, 1.07 acres, Clnrksville. - 'fiiylor Development Group to Betty F. Petticord, 1 lot, Mocksville, $330. - Jonnthnn Lindsny Merrell nnd ThI Hillard to Thomas Le­ roy Enton Jr. and Benin Enton, 1.29 ncres, $84. Mocksville Police The following nre from Mocksville Police Department reports. - A fight was reported Sept. 29 in n parking: lot off Snlisbury Road. ,, - A women reported Sept. 30 she thought someone hnd used her identity lo.get medical treatment. Arrests - Jacob Luke Linhnrt, 17, of Ginny Lnne, Advnnce, wns chnrged Sept. 9 with possession of dnig paraphernalia. Trinl dnte: Oct. 28. - Amelin Deni.se Etchison, 19,of Scottish Inn, was charged Oct. 1 with Inrceny. Trinl date; Nov. 5. - Migel Angel Zacnries Felix, 28, of Yndkinville, was charged Sept. 19 wilh speeding, driving without a license nnd giving false information to an officcr. Trial dnte; Nov. 5, - Snmmy Joe Rush, 54, of Winston-Snlem, wns charged Sept. 29 with DWI, driving while license revoked, having an open container of nicohol in a vehicle and operating a ve­ hicle with a fictitious tag. Trial dnte; Nov. 19. lVa№c AccIdcnts - No charges were filed af­ ter n three-vehicle wreck Sept. 30 at 4:35 p.m. on Yadkinviiie Road. Jeffrey Seaford Lambe, 52, of NC 801 S., failed to stop the 2004 Chevrolet he was driv­ ing before it struck the renr of a 1997 Honda driven by Mi­ chael Jeffrey Farmer, 48, of Deep Gap, knocking it into the renr of a 2007 Suzuki driven by Patricia Rnnkin Long, 57, of Snlisbury, reported Officer Reuben J. Ijames. - William Prentice Camp­ bell, 60, of Woodhaven Lane, wns driving n 2007 Hondn, nnd Robert Folger Brooks, 72, of Cooleemee, was driving a 2008 Chrysler on South Mnin Street nt 7:36 p.m. Sept. 2 7 'when the vehicles struck n pressure wnsher in the road, reported Officer Michnel R. Willnrd. - No charges were filed after a wreck on Avgol Drive at 3:15 p.m. Sept. 27. Aaron Lee Doby, 18, of US 158, Advance, was driving a 1997 Acurn thnt went off the rond to the right onto a field, re­ ported Officer Chris J. Hefner. - No chnrges were filed nfter a wreck on Salisbury Street at' 8;30 a.m. Sept. 28. Lynn Sawyer Hodges, 56, of Hodges Drive, had driven n 1999 Ford from Wilkesboro when the bnck tire was struck by a 1996 Toyotn, which had just been driven onto the street by Mirida Crowell Coish, 38, of Daniel Road, reported Offi­ cer Chris J. Hefner. - Jnnder Garcin, 21, of Ynd­ kinville, wns driving n 2002 Ford on Campbell Road at 3:06 p.m. Sept. 26 when It went off the rond to the left, down an embankment nnd stnick a tree, reported Officer Keith L. Hur­ ley. Fires Davie County fire depart­ ments responded to the follow­ ing cnlls; Sept. 27: Smith Grovo, 6:51 p.m., NC 801 North, fire nlarm; Fnrmingtonassisted;WilliamR. Davie, 8:39 p.m., Bopzie Lane, tree across road; William R. Da­ vie, 8:50 p.m., Angell Rond,tree,, in road; Mocksville, 10:22 p.m., Crestview Drive,fire nlarm; Fork nssisted. Oct. I: Mocksville,7:31 p.m, Yndkinville Rond, nutomobile accident; Mocksville, 8:58 p.m.. Deer Run Drivo, smoke investigation. Oct. 2: Jerusnlem,7:57 p.m., US 601 South, illegnl burn. Oct. 3: William R. Davie, 7;38 p.m., Mnin Church Road, fire nlarm; Center assisted; Mocksville assisted; Mocks­ ville, 7:45 p.m.. Quality Drive, fire ninrm;.Willinm R. Davie nssisted. Arrests The Dnvie County Sheriff’s Depnrtment mnde the following nrrests: - Donnie Lee Benver, 27, of Nolley Road, Mocksville was arrested Sept. 27 for simple as­ snult. Trial date; Nov. 4. - Mark Edward Benvcr, 25, of Nolley Rond, Mocksville wns nrrested Sept. 27 for simple as­ snult. Trinl dnte; Nov. 4. - Joy, Noel Sutton, 21, of Lewisville Was arrested Sept. 27 for reckless driving to endnnger nnd misdemennor child nbuse. Trial dnte; Nov. 4. - Pamela Renee Hedrick, 44, of Cross Street, Cooleemee wns nrrested Sept. 30 for snfe crnck- ing and nllempled larccny. Trial date; Oct. 14. - James Deviti Montgomeiy Jr., 41; of Yadkinviiie Road, - On Sept. 28 an assnult wns reported nt a home on Greenfield Rond, Mocksville. - Larceny from a motor, vehi­ cle and a burglary were reported at a home on NC 801 North. Advance on Sept. 28. . - On Sept. 28 Inrceny of a Mocksville wns nrrested Sept. 30- motor vehicle wns reported at a for snfe cracking nnd nttempled home on US 64 West, Mocks- S h e l l S t a t i o n f o r L e a s e C l e m m o n s , N C Three bay auto seivice facility witti a convenience store iocated at 2397 Lewisville Clemmons Road at 1-40. A qualified Dealer applicant must have automotive maintenance and repair knowledge, be financially responsible, have previous retail marketing experience and the desire to control own destiny by being self employed. Investment in automotive repair equipment, store fixtures and inventory is required. Contact: Danny Brown, Quality Oil Co. (336) 722-3441 Inrceny. Trinl date; Oct. 14. - Robert Jacob Lucas, 28, of Grubb Rond, Mocksville wns nrrested Sept. 30 on an order for arrest. Trial date; Oct. 26 in Stokes County. - Norman Eddie Bost, 54, of Cleveland wns arrcs^ted Sept. 30 on an order for arrest. Trial date: Oct. 8 in Orange County. - Lnrry Dnie Hedrick, 40, of Cinremont was arrested Sept. 3,0 for snfe crncking nnd nttempted Inrceny of n firenrm. Trial dnte: Oct. 14. - Chad Edward Hall, 39, of ' Clevelnnd wns nrrested Sepl. 30 for harassing phone call. Trial date: Oct. 28.' - Katelln Cook, 17, of Onk Grovo Church Road, Mocks­ ville was arrested Oct. 1 for misdemeanorlarceny.Trinldate: Nov. 4. - Sandra Cheek Norman, 48, of Underpass Road, Advnnce was arrested Oct. 1 for second degree trespassing nnd commu­ nicnting thrents. Trinl date: Oct. 19 in Guilford County. - Isidro Aquero, 51, of Un­ derpass Rond, Advnnce wns ar­ rested Oct. 1 for second degree trespassing and communicnting thrents. Trinl date; Oct. 19 in Guilford County. ' - Hobert Lee Carter, 47, of Bcnuchamp Road, Advnnce wns nrrested Oct, 2 for worthless checks. Trial date: Oct. 28. -Joseph OdellFulpJr.,54,of Somerset Court, Advnnce wns arrested Oct. 3 for assault on a femnle. Trial dale; Oct. 21, - Tnmmy Dinne Wooten, 37, of Legion Cemetery Rond, Cooleemee wns nrrested Oct. 3 ville. - Harassment was reported at a home on Zimmerman Road, Advance on Sept. 28, - bn Sept. 29 identity theft was reported at a home on Dutchman’s Trail, Mocksville. - Larceny wns reported at a home on Dianna Lnne, Mocks­ ville on Sept. 29. - On Sept. 29 fraud was re­ ported at a home on Hank Lesser Rond, Mocksville. - A break-in of a motor ve­ hicle was reported at a home on Emily Drive, Advanco on Sept, 29, - On Sept. 29 a burglary was reported at ii home on Will Boone Road, Mocksviiie. - Larceny wns reported at an office building on Peoples Creek Road, Advnnce on Sept. 29. - On Sept. 29 Inrceny from a motor vehicle wns reported nt a home on Hidden Creek Drive; Advnnce. - Larceny from n motor ve­ hicle wns reported nt n home on Talwood Drive, Advance on Sept.'29. - On Sept. 29 larceny from n motor vehicle wns reported at a home on Femhaven Lnne, Mocksville, - Larceny from a motor ve­ hicle was reported at n home on Hidden Creek Drive, Advnnce on Sept, 30, - On Sepl, 30 liarassing phone cnlls were reported nt a home on US 158, Mocksvllie, , - Larceny and forgery were reported i>l a liome on Cherry Hill Rond, Mocksville on Sept, 30, ; - On Sept, 30 a brenk-in wns forcommunicating threats,Trinl reported nt n locntion on Duke dale; Oct, 21, Whitnker Road, Mocksviiie, J ...............^A brenk-in and larccny were reported nt n home on Phillips Lnne, Mocksville on Sept, 30, - On Sept, 30 Inrceny from n motor vehicle wns reported at a home on S. Clay Drive, Advancc. - Identity theft was reported at Bermuda Run Retirement Center, Advance on Sept. 30. - On Sept. 30 hnmssing phone cnlls were reported nt a home on Lydin Lnne, Advance. " - Larceny from a motor vehicle wns reported nt a home on Freedom Drive, Advance on Sept, 30, - On Oct, 1 a burglary, inrce­ ny nnd dnmnge to property were reported nt a stornge building on US 158, Mocksville, - Vnndnlism and trespass­ ing were reported at a location on Ridge Rond, Mocksville on Oct. 1. - On Oct. 1 bntteries were re­ ported laken from a locallon on Sheffield Road, Mocksville. - Larceny of n motor vehicle wns reported nt a home on Pnrk Avenue, Mocksville on Oct. 1. ' - On Oct. 1 a fight wns report­ ed at a home on McClamrock Road, Mocksville. - The larceny of a motor ve­ hicle was reported at a home on Davie Academy Rond, Mocks­ ville on Oct. 1. - On Oct. 2 vnndnlism wns reported nt n home on Oak Meadow Lane, Mocksville. - Thrents were reported nt a home on Oak Ridge Lane, Mocksville on Ocl. 2, - On Oct, 2 trespassing was reported at a home on Leather- wood TVail, Mocksville, - A burglary and Inrceny were reported nt a home on Sheffleid Road, Mocksville on Oct, 2, - On Oct. 2 a burglary was re­ ported at n home on Stonewood Lnne, Mocksville. - A brenk-in nnd Inrceny were reported at a home on Neely Street, Cooleemee on Oct, 2, - On Ocl. 2 a burglary wns reported nt a home on Mnrtln Lane, Advnnce. Highway Patrol The following traffic wrecks in Dnvie County were listed by the N.C. Highway Patrol. •ADavie woman was chnrged with safe movement violation after the vehicle she was driving hit nnother Sept. 30. , Pamela Michelle Spaugh of Covington Drive, Advnnce was stopped in 2005 Nissan in the parking lot of Advance Dance fncing south, Sandra Carew Fishel of Rosewaik Lane, Advnnce wns stopped in her 1998 Ford in the pnrking lot of Advnnce Dnnce and stnrted backing, Fishel’s vehicle col­ lided with Spaugh’s, Trooper M,W, Whitener re­ ported the nccident occurred nt approximately 6:39 p.m. nnd there were no injuries. Sheriff’s Department The following incidents were reported to the Davie County Sheriff’s Depnrtment. - On Sept. 27 n Inrceny wns reported afler vehicle wore tnken from n gnrnge on Lnkev- iew Road, Mocksville without permission. - An nssnult on a female was reported nt a home on Liberty Church Road, Mocksville on Sept,27, - On Sept, 27 vnndnlism wns reported at n home on Oak Val­ ley, Advance after signs were spray painted, - Damnge to property was reported at n home on Mr, Henry Rond, Mocksville on Sept, 27. - On Sepl. 27 Inrceny wns reported nt a home on Sheffield Road, Mocksville. -' The brenk-in of n motor vehicle nnd Inrceny \vere re­ ported at a iiome on Wills Rond, Advance on Sept. 28, - On Sepl. 28 identity theft wns reported at n home on Gor­ don Drive, Advance. - A break-in and larceny were reported at a storage building on US 601 North, Mooksville on Sept. 28. Surprise, Surprise Honneowner Holds Suspected Thief At Gunpoint D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - 7 By Jackic Scabolt Enterprise Record A thief’s attempt to brenk into a local home wns ruined when he wns surprised to find the homeowner wns nt home nnd armed. According lo Davie Sheriff’s Chief Deputy J.D. Hartman, n call wns rdcelved around 2 p.m. on Oct, 4 from a residence on Annie Lane in Advnnce, Daniel Hall reported he was home sick for the day when he heard a vehicle in his driveway, according to Hartman. Hartman said thnt Hall re­ ported no one ever came to his front door nnd when he looked out he saw a person at one of his cars, Hnrtmnn snid that Hnll got his shotgun and caught the per­ son coming out of his outbuild­ ing and held him at gunpoint, “When the deputy arrived Mr, Hail hnd his shotgun point­ ed at the suspect who was sented on the ground,” Hart­ man snid, Claude McCormick, 54, of Mt. Airy was taken into custody and charged wilh two counts felony breaking/enter­ ing of a molor vehicle, 1 count breaking/entering, and felony larceny. McCormick was plnced in Davie Detention Center in lieu of a $15,000 secured bond. He is scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 14. Hnrtmnn snid authorities nre looking into McCormick’s involvement in other brenk-ins in the area. Annual C ooleem ee C leanup D ays Oct. 18-20 Edd Ray Lewis for this service. All items placed at curbside for pickup, either before or on the above dales, will be picked up only by Mr. Lewis. Anyone else seen picking up these items (including metal) will be subject to arrest. COOLEEMEE - The town will hold its annual fall cleanup Oct. 18-20, for town residents only. Residents should hnve un- wnnted items curbside prior to their, street’s designnted dny. Mondny, Oct, 18: Allen, Gladstone, Hnlifnx lane. Hicko­ ry, Marginal, Neely, Rocky Hill TVail, Ruffin nnd Westview. — _ b hajr„7.cs,'s Advance/Clemmons Tea Joyner, Midway, Rnmar’s Court and Watt, . Wednesday, Oct. 20: Church, Croks, Davie, Duke, Erwin, items nfter your street’s nssigned pickup dny hns pnssed. If you are handicapped or n senior citizen needing help with getting items out to the curb'or needing help with ilems thnt you wnnt picked up on your street’s nssigned dny, or if you wnnt to know if you qualify for this scr­ vice, call town hall nt 284-2141, ' prior to your street’s assigned pickup day. The following will not be picked up: garbage, brush or limbs, grnss clippings and leaves, paint or paint cans, toxic or hazardous chemicals. The town has contracted wilh Party Growing Quiclcly Junction Road, Main, Riverside Drive and Yadkin. Place items at the curbside in front of your house. Items cnn be plnced at the curbside sev­ ernl days prior to your street’s assigned pickup day, at least be­ fore 8 a.m. on the dnte nssigned for pickup. The town will not be responsible for picking up any An Advnnce-Clemmons Ten Party has formed, meeting the second Tuesday of the month at the Redland Pentacostal Holi­ ness Church fellowship hall on US 158 and Bnliimore Road. The next meeting will be Oct. 12 nt 7 p.m. Scott Cumby of Winslon- Snlem, Republicnn cnndidnte -4- Cooleemee Briefs Speed Limit Signs At this month's town meeting the council wns told by Police Chief Bobby West there was some issues of people speeding on certain streets within the town. West suggested 25 mph speed limit signs be posted along streets where the problems were occurring. He told the bonrd thnt approximately 45 signs were needed throughout Cooleemee. Commissioner Chris Branham made a motion to nllow Town Clerk John Chnndler and West to spend up to $2000 dollars for street sign purchase nnd inslnll- ment. The motion wns npproved unanimously. Code Enforcement Review Branham presented an update on code enforcement restruc­ turing in Ihe town. He told Ihe board most town ordinances seemed lo be acceptable, but lhat there may be some updat­ ing needed. The bonrd needed to decide whctiier they wanted code enforcement for the lown to be complain driven or by proactive inspections. Branham said he felt the board needed to give the code enforcement personnel a clenr cut direction of whnt’s expected. "We need lo give full support from this town bonrd on enforcement efforts and financial support to back up needed abatement activity." The board will address the issue at their next meeting. Recreation Director Report Commissioner Chuck Taylor told the bonrd the funds hnd been set aside in the budget to hire a part-time rccrention di­ rector. Taylor snid he’d like to move on the project nnd see n proposal for Ihe job description for Ihe position so it could be advertised nnd the hiring process could begin. Taylor said he knew there was some locnl interest in Ihe position. Brnnham nsked if there wns n possibility of hiring nn intern from a nen'r-by college. “I think we’re looking for someone nround here who hns ties with the children,” Mnyor Lynn Rumley snid. The board took no nction on the mntter and plan to discuss the subject further at other meetings. Fall Clean-up Days The board npproved fnll clean-up days for Iho town for Mbnday-Wednesdny, Oct. 18-20, for 12th district U.S. Congress, will speak on the Constitution and the Declaration of Indepen­ dence. Don Miller of Advance, par­ ty chair, can be reached at 909- 3081. The party was formed last month, “We’re growing,” he said. “We have people coming from Surry County and other places, I cnn’t believe the luniTOUt we’re hnving. It’s new to me. We need to pull people together for God nnd country just ns ev- D a vie ’s U n e m p lo ym e n t Rate C o n tin u e s D e clin e Davie County’s unem­ ployment rate continues on a gradual decrease, going from 9,4 percent in July to 9 percent in August, according to figures released last week by the Employment Security Mocksville Plans Fall Cleanup Day Saturday, Oct. 16 Clean up your house, ga­ rage - and even your yard, Mocksville residents are asked to participate in the annual “Fall Clean Up Day” from 7 a,m,-l p,m. on Satur­ day, Oct, 16, Just bring those unwanted items: furniture, appliances, lumber, metal and more to Rich Park, A limit of four tires (off the rim) per address will be accepted. Items not accepted include paint, pesticides or chemi­ cals. The town’s compost site will be open that day, as well, taking grass clippings, leaves and small limbs. On-site assistance for un­ loading will be available. Want to feel even better than just cleaning up your property? 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M a i n S t , M o c k s v i l l e (In the old American Café building) 3 3 6 - 1 5 3 - 1 1 1 4 Hours; tAon.-ftl & Sot 9anhHoon Ad paid for by the Davie County Repubucan Men’s Federation f Oak Grove United Methodist Church Porii Bar-B-Que & Chicken Pie Supper &CraftSaIe Saturday, October 16 th 5:00 pm until we run out Dine-In or Take-Out Fellowship Hall • 1994 US Hwy, 158 Mocksville ' ä]o c c z 3 o c x x > c o o o c c c c c c c c c o o c o o o c o o c eryone else is doing. There nre so many people who have no iden whnt’s going on. "A lot of people, as long ns they hnve two cnrs in their gn- rage, don’t, pay attention. We need to open Iheir eyes and lead people to vote and wake up. That’s what Ten Parties are do- •ing. The Tea Pnrty is not a po­ litical pnrty. It’s just people.” Miller, 51, is nn ordained minister who hns served ns a foreign missionnry fomierly lived in Clemmons. Commission of North Caro­ lina, August jobless rates for surrounding counties; Yadkin, 8,9; Rowan, ll;6; Iredell, 11,3; Forsyth, 9,4; and Davidson, 11,4, Wetmore Farms W OODLEAF PEACHES BRUSHY MTN APPLES READY NOW HOMEGROWN TOMATOES, SOUAShl, ZUCCHINI, CUCUMBERS, PEPPERS, EGGPLANT, ACORN SQUASH, BUTTERNUT SQUASH, SW EET POTATOES O th e r p r o d u c e a s It b e c o m e s a v a ila b le Open IVIonday-Frlday 8:00am -6:00pm Saturday 8:0Q am -3:00pm • Closed on Sundays From ModaiflllB M b SOI Sautli to 801 Intersection, turn rigM at light. 4 mile» to caution light In ¥/oodleaf. . Follow signs to farm. 70 4-2 78 -20 2 8 MOCKSVILLE Elem entary School 295 Cemetery Street, Mocksville T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 5 - 8 P I V I ■ m G G E R j^Q .JE n EB_GAMES Six Inflatables Basketball Hair/Makeup Station Skeet Ball Football Chicken Bingo T-Ball Cake Walks and Many More! Hayrldes W A L K D O W N T H E E X T E N D E D H A U N T E D H A LLW A Y ,..IF Y O U DARE!!!!!!!!! D O N ’T FO R G E T TO CO M E H UN G R YI H a m b u r g e r s . H o t d o g s , F r i e s , f r i e d P i c k l e s , F r i e d G r e e n b e a n s ALL FUNDS GO TO THE MES PTA Get outstanding low prices on quality products. ANDBUILDINQ SUPPLIES162 SHEEK STREET 751-2167 У Ы П А х В и л . H«)p и Jm t AmufMi t h * С о л м г.', M OCKSVILLE'S COM PLETE BUILDERS’ SUPPLY Open Dally Weekdays 7:30 • 5:00 • Sal, 7:30 -12 noon p 8 ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 Eddie Leagans, from Davie County Farm Bureau, stays busy presenting awards. Andrew Lambert receives his trophy for his showmanship sl<llls in the Yadi<in-Da- vle 4-H Livestocl< Show. BR Center Classes Listed The Davidson County C om m u­ nity College Duvle Education Cen­ ter In Berm uda Run will offer the following cliuises. R efer lo the wivir. (lavUlsoiiccc.c<lii, click on A cadem ­ ics, then on the link Non-curriculum Courses. Refer lo Ihe CID num ber w hen registering. F acilities are avnilnble for organlxalional m eet­ ings. Cnll 336.249.8186, Tho Davic Education C enter is nlso offering college credit courses. Cnll 998-3220. Sm all B usiness M arketing fo r S u c c c ss-C ID #22229 This will focus on the m arketing plan and Im portance o f analysis in projecting sales. Participants Identify m arket tools and prepare a plan for a sam ple business. Nov. 9,. Tuesday, 6-9 p.m ., 3 hours. C nsh M anagem ent fo r the E n ­ tre p ren e u r nnd Sm all B usiness -C ID # 22228 Lenrn tho instrum ents in the banking system for nn entrepreneur or small business. Nov. 2, Tuesday, 6-9 p.m ., 3 hours, U nderstnnding th e B anker - C ID #22226 Understand whnt the banker is looking for when planning tu start or im prove n b u sin e ss,0 c t. 19, Tuesdny, 6-9 p.m ., 3 hours. O btnining n Lonn - C ID # 22227 This Is nn interactive presenta­ tion on how to prepare a business loan package. Tlie class will review local loan program s, SBA prognuns, buth Show Off Work At Annual Livestock Show The Annual Yndkin-Dnvie H Livestock Show provides Lm avenue for locnl youth to howcnse their animals ns well Sas the knowledge they gained ihrough this project. Several llocnl youth exhibited winning Sentries nnd/or project record books. ^ The show was held nt the Dixie CInssic Fair Cattle Bnrn ¡where iuitneroiis area youth ixliibited more than 60 entries they hnve been caring for, over the past several months. "This project teaches the kids lessons in responsibility, sportsmanship, care of ani­ mals and budgeting," said Phil Rucker, livestock Extension for Davie and Yadkin counties. Before the show began, an educational Skillathon contest wns held. The participants must identify breeds, feeds, equip­ ment and cuts of ment, ns well as nnswer questions on cattle, swine, sheep and goats. “This contcst challenges the kids ns well as helps them learn more about their projects," Rucker said. Tiien the show judge Brent Jennings, youth livestock spe­ cialist at NC Stnte University, had the task of sorting through nnd placing the entries, The Cloverbuds (5-8 years old) entered the ring with their lambs. Those kids are not in direct competition but get time to show their entries ns well as somo one-on-one attention and advice from the judge. Davie County’s Andrew Lambert - displayed his lamb in this class. ‘.‘This year’s show was a successful educational event with many new participants and new faces in the crowd wntch­ ing these young people present their projects. These youth have worked hard and deserve much crodit for their accomplish­ ments,” Rucker said. Tho Yndkin-Dnvie 4-H Live­ stock Association thanked the individuals and bjisiness thnt supported tlie event. “The N.C. Cooperative Extension in Davie and Yndkin countics nnd fnmily and friends support our local youth to help them have a bright nnd positive future," he said. ollege Offering Classes At Davie Campus The Davie Cam pus o f Davidson C ounty C om m unity C oilcge In M ocksville will offer the following continuing education cla!)ses. Refer to wwwxlavUlsonccc.edu, click on A cadem ics, then on tne link non­ curriculum courses for n com plete listing. R efer to the CID num ber w hen registering. F ncilities nro available for orgaiyzntional meet- ing.'i.Call249.8186! N ursing A ssistant I This introduces bnsic nursing, skills to provide personal cnre for patients, residents, or clients in a health cnre setting. Upon com ple­ tion, the student is eligible to np­ ply for the Nntionni N urse A ide A ssessm ent Progrnm (N N A A P) E xnm inntion fo r listin g on the N.C.Nurse Aide 1 Registry. Convic­ tion o f crim es m ay prevent students from o btnining trnining nnd/or employment.TrttdUionnl nnd hybrid fonnnts.Spcclnl ndm lsslons proce­ dures, 336.224.4791 or 751.2885. N ursing A ssistant II This prepnres graduates to per­ form com plex nursing skills for pntients or residents In n health caio setting. Upon com pletion nnd skills/ com peteney evaluntion, Ihe gradu- nte mny apply for listing by tho N.C. Board o f Nursing as a Nurse Aide II. You m ust have: copy o f high school diplom a or GED ; proof o f N urse A ide I (certificate o f com pletion or transcript from training school); listing as a Nurse Aide 1 (from w iw . iiciuir.orgy, C PR card; Photo ID and governm ent issued ID. Call 336,224,4791. H ealth U nit C o o rd in ato r This prepnres students for c lerl-' cnl positions in hospitals nnd long­ term cnre facilities. The coordinator A nnual M ocksville L ions C lub " H o i h ^ a y F r u i t S a l e Oranges, Grapefruits, jangerines & More! , Taking orders now anfdl until Nov. is, 2010 Call; Dale Brown House of Styles Barber Sliop 3 3 6 - 7 5 1 - 3 8 6 4 u m s s m m m T H M R T Y H E L P T A K E B A C K O U R C O U N T R Y ! TUESDAY, OCT 12,7 RM. REDLAND PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH fair»”'’ U.S. 158atBa№moreRoad, Advance Speaker: Scott Cumble of Winston-Salem Topic; US Constilulion, Declaration of Independence For details: D on Miller, 9(»3081 p erfo rm s n o n -n u rsin g , o rgnni- zational duties nnd coordlnntion o f henlth cnre nctivities. Content Includes term inology, scheduling, o rder entry, nnd recordkceping. Specini adm issions procedures re­ quired. Call 336.224.4791. H om e C om panion A ide This Is a 60-hour course to pre­ pare the student to render nsslstnnce to nged persons nnd their fam ilies w ho need support w ith personal care. Special adm issions procedures requifcd.C nll 336.224.4791. M edication A ide , T his is designed to m eet the training requirem ents for becom ing n M edicntion A ide. The courso will cover tho six rights o f m edication ndm lnistrntion for non-llcensed p erso n n el. T opics w ill in clu d e m edication ndm inlstiation via the oral, topical and instiilntion routes, medicnl nsepsis, hand hygiene, ter­ m inology, and iegnl im plications. U pon com pletion, students m ay tnke tho exnm nnd dem onstrate skills necessary for listing on the N.C. M edicntion Aide Registry, Call 336,224.4791. E m ployability C o m p u ter L ab' D avie C om m unity B uilding, Room 203, O pen Tuesday, Tiiurs- dny, 1:30-4:30 p.m .; Instructor: Shelia T ribble. E nrollm ent open thro u g h o u t sem ester. F or m ore Inform ation: Traci Crisco, director, Basic Skills, 751.2885, ticrisco® davidsonccc.edu. E nrollm ent feO wnlved for those w ho nre unem ­ ployed, have been notified o f nn im pending Inyoff, or m eet eligibil­ ity requirem ents. S tudents cnn: utilize com puters nnd instructor guidance; im prove sk ills to be m ore em pioynbie; access com puter resources needed to get n job; work independently nt their ow n pace. O p p o rtu n itie s include: propnro for College by Im proving skills in ninth, rending, w riting, o r grnm - m nr; career exploration; create n re.sume; jo b senrching, com plete online jo b applications, lenm typ- ing/keybonrding; lenrn com puter basics; lenrn com puter npplications (W ord, Pow erPoint, Excel); enrn n cnreer rendincss certificnte. B uilding L evel III S ta n d ard In sp e c tio n -C ID #21628 $125, N ov. 5-14, Fridny, Snt­ urday, Sundny, 8 n.m .-5 p.m ., 40 hours. Textbooks; Required. M echanical Level I S ta n d ard Inspection ■ C ID # 18913 $ 1 2 5 , N pv. 6 -1 4 , S nturdny, Sundny, 8 a.m .-5 p.m ., 32 hours. Textbook: Required. P lum bing C o n trac to r’s L icense R e n e w a l-C ID #216 0 6 $70, Oct. 16, Sniurday, 8 a.m .- 3 il5 p.m .,6 iiours, Instructor; W il­ linm W hnley. Textbook Required: 2009 Plum bing Code. C om puter S kills fo r T oday’s W orkforce - A dvanced C ID # 21800. $125, Nov. I-D ec. 6, M ondny & W ednesdny, 5-8 p.m . Lnw & A dm inistration (C ode E nforcem ent C oursc) • ' C ID # 19670 This provides basic understnnd­ ing o f governm ental and legal sys­ tem s that every code enforcem ent official w orks. $70, O ct. 23, 24, Snturdny, Sundny, 8:30 aim ,-5 p,rn,, 15 hours. Textbook: Required. E lectrical Level III S ta n d ard Inspection C o u rse • C ID # 19655 Tills course fulfills the C ode O fficials Q unlificntion B o n rd ’s prescribed trnining course to gain ndm ission to the qualifying exam i­ nation for a Staadard Certificate at Level 111. $125, Oct. 30-Nov. 14, Saturday, Sunday, 8 a.m .-5 p.m ., 32 hours,Textbook: Required, H eating C o n tra c to r’s L iccnse R enew al - C ID # 21 6 0 7 This 6-hour course is a review of tiie N C Energy and M echanical codes. T his course hns been ap­ proved by the N.C. Stnte Bonrd of Exnniiners o f Plum bing, H cnting & Fire Sprinkler C ontractors for continuing education credit tow ard license renew al for 6 hours. This co u rse is nol spon so red by tho board. A pproved for license types: H l-I, H -l-ll, H -2, H -3-1, H-3-11. Textbooks required: M echanical Code 2009 and Fuel G as Code 2009. This course is self supporting, all students pay registration fees. $70, Oct. 23, Snturdny, 8 n.m.-3 p.m ., 6 hours. Instructor; W illiam W haley. Textbooks: Required 2009 Energy Code; 2009 M echanical Code. TVuck D riv er 'IV alnlng A pplications being nccepted. S tudents com plete 384 hours o f classroom mid behind-the-w heel instruction. Tuition nnd fees nre ap­ proxim ately $750. Day and evening classes scheduled each sem ester. Call 336.249.8186 (D avidson C am ­ pus) or 751.2885 (D avie Cam pus), ext. 6252. ’ A dult B asle E ducation (A BE) Designed to instruct ndults who did hot com plete education through public schools. W ork is done in bnsic rending, English, m nth, spell­ ing, writing. Classes for non-readers available. N o registration fee and books are freo. Students m ay en­ roll nt any tim e. C all for dates and tim es, 751-2885. Dnvie Cnm pus: M onday-Thursday, 8:30 n.m .-I:30 p.m .; T uesdny/ T hursday, 5:30- 8:30 p.m .. Room 204; Cooleem ee Elem entary; Tuesday & Thursday, 5:30-8 p.m ., 5"' G rade B uilding Teachers’ Lounge. ness plan in the proccss. Oct. 26, Tuesdny, 6-9 p.m ., 3 hours. W ilton M ethod C ake D ccornt- ing-L evel H -C ID # 22481 Instm ctor Jean Gathings teaches a continuation o f W ilton M ethod Cnke Decorating Bnsic. $55, Oct. 5-26,Tuesdnys , 6-8 p.m ., 8 hours, M nterinls Required: Instructor to m akeli.st. W ilton M ethod C nke D ecorat­ ing- Level II - C ID # 22483 $55, O ct.7-28, Thursdays, 9-11 a.m ., 8 hours. M aterials Required: ln.stm ctorto m ake list. P rotcct Y ourself O nline • C ID # 21097 U a rn to safely use the internet. T opics include; protecting your com puter from viruses and worm s, choosing secure pnsswords, protect­ ing yourself from cyber thieves, smnrt and safe shopping. $20, Oct. 15, Fridny, 9 n.m .noon, 3 hours. H oliday C ouponing C ID #22597 Join m nster couponer Cnrm en Pnlnier as she delivers couponing strategics. Learn to m axim ize offer­ ings in Ihe pnper, mnilers nnd other opportunities on w ebsites. $5, Nov. 2, Tuesdny, 7-8 p.m ., 1 hour. Excel: Spreadsheet Basics II - C ID #21605 Learn to perform basic tnsks in M S Excel 2007. This is designed for students w ho need to m aster basic Excel concepts and becom e proficient in setting up and using sprendsheets. Prerequisite; 'Excel Spreadsheet Basics and fam iliar­ ity with MS Office and W indows environm ent. $70, Nov. 4- Dec; 16, Thursdny, Thursday, 10 n.m.- noon, 24 hours. Textbook: recom ­ m ended. Spnnlsh 4 H ealth C are - C ID # 2 2 6 6 7 This course is designed to help m edical personnel with the w ords, phrases, and questions needed In the health care field. The student wiil lenrn sim ple gram m ar, elem entary vocabulary, and pronunciation of everyday Spanish/M exican lan ­ guage. Tuition free to EM S, fire safety and law enforcem ent person­ nel. $65, Oct. Il-N ov. 17, M onday, W ednesday, 6 p.m .-8 p.m .,24 hours. Textbook required. Plcln A ir Painting - C ID #22600 Plcln nir is a term derived from tho French phraso en plein air, which menns "in the open nir." This experience is siiitnble for tho begin­ ner and experienced painter. $46.25, O ct. 2 1 -Nov. 4, Tuesday, Thursdny, 6-8 p.m., 10 hours. BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER CORNATZER-DULIN VOL. FIRE DEPT. LADIES AUXILIARY SATURDAY, OCT. 16 6:30-10 a.m. Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Country Ham, Grits, Gravy, Hot Biscuits, Frosh Coffee, Milk, Ice Tea & Juice D in e In - D o n a tio n s O n ly , Otiis itiL^ S7.00 C o m e S u p p o r t Y our V o lu n teer F irefig h te rs ______1532 Cornatzer Road • 338-998-2395 “ F a d a k B y F t a n c e s ” M o c k sv ille 's C o m p le tp F arial S alo n . F a d a l-B o d y W axing 562 Valley Road, Suite 109, Mocksville, NC Locateti ne.xt to Glama's Boutique, AT&T Phone Center, and A DMiie Touch Phone (336) 751-0147 or (336) 793-7461 Bmall; france8marle3@earthllnk.net 1Ue8,-Sat. • Appts. • Walk-Ins Frances Benge Licensed Esthelician C o u rt D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T i i u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - 9 The following cases were disposed of during Davic Ad­ ministrative Court. Presiding: Mngistrote Kevin D. Hendrix. Prosecuting; Jim Hedrick, as­ sistant DA. - Don AInn Abernethy II, failure to slop for steady red light, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Edy Nicolas Aguilar, speeding 85 in a 70, dismissed per plen; no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of ad­ dress chnnge, $50, cost. - Eugene Martin Aiken, unsafe lane change, dismissed, civil, - Monique N. Andrade, nl­ lowing unlicensed person to drive, dismissed per plea of co-defendant. - Harry Gene'Bailey II, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $25, cost! - Noella C, Bentley, expired registrntlon, expired/no inspec­ tion, dismissed, corrected. '- Michael Earl Boone, oper­ nting vehicle with no insurance, cancelod/rovokcd/suspendod certificate/tag, dismissed, cor-, rected. ' - Terry Anthony Brewer, expired registration, expired/ no inspection, dismissed, cor­ rected. - Travon Akeem Bullock, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $25, cost, - Kristin D. Cardwell, ex­ pired registration, dismissed, corrected. - Matthew Leo Carter, oper­ ating vehicle With no instirance, cnnccled/revoked/suspcnded certificate/tag, dismissed, cor­ rected. -, Shelley R, Engelkins, ex­ pired registration, expired/no inspection, dismissed, correct­ ed; failure to secure passenger •underage 16, $25, cost. - Jasmine N. Fortune, failure ’ to stop for stop sign/flashing red light, redttced to unsafe move­ ment, $25, cost. - Richard, Alan Franco, speeding 83 In a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25,' cost. - Charles Hampton Frick, fnilure to roducc speed, dis­ missed, civil. - Emily Ann Gomez, speed­ ing 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $25, cost. - George M. Granados, PATE! May 21, 2011 Community Yard Sale a t M ocksv\\\e Elem entary Parking Lot Call 3 3 6 - 6 9 2 - 7 6 0 1 for info speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Jodi Brooke Hatijc, speed­ ing 70 in a 55, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. - Dennis Earl Holcombe, operating vehicle with no insur­ ance, fictitious/altered title/reg­ istration, dismissed, corrected. - Amber Nicole Hollar, fail­ ure to reduce speed, dismissed, civil. - Sally Konns Jarrett, speed­ ing 88 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $ 100, cost. - Linnn C. Johannaber, speed­ ing 80 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. - Justin Demian Koerber, speeding 78 In o 65, dismissed per plen; driving while license revoked, reduced to fnilure to notify DMV of nddress change, $50, cost. - Kristian A, Lambert, speed­ ing 89 in a 70, reduccd to 79 in a 70, $25, cost. - Robert C. Legg, failure to reduce speed, dismissed, civil. - Brady Wayne Link, expired. registration, expircd/no Inspec­ tion, dismissed, correctod. - Ricardo J. Lipscomb, speed­ ing 80 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $25, cost; no license, dis­ missed, corrected: possession/ display of altered/fictitious/ revoked license, dismissed per plea. - Brian C. Longworth, ex­ pired registration, expired/no in­ spection, dismissed, corrected. - Deanna L. Maiavet, speed­ ing 83 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $25, cost. - Jose Antonio Mancilla, opernting vehicle with no in- surtince, canceled/revoked/ suspended certificate/tag, dis­ missed, corrected. - Michael W. Marroquin, ex­ ceeding safe speed; dismissed, civil. - Karen Melissa Mateo, ex­ pired registration, expired/no in­ spection, dismissed, corrected. - Stacy Hamilton Matlock, exceeding safe speed, unsafe tires, dismissed, civil. - Keithn M. McKenzie, speeding 83 in n 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Jose A, Montenegro, speed­ ing 51 in a 35, reduced to im­ proper equipment. - George W. Momson, speed­ ing 87 in a 70, reduced io 79 in a 70, $25, cost. - Desirae Nichole Mdses, failure to reduce speed,- dis­ missed, civil. - Sherry Elaine Neilson, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost,, - Marvin Owens, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $25 i cost, - Madeline Rose Pnrker, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Mi Frnhclsco-Pascual, al- lowing unlicensed person to drive, dismissed per plen of co-defendnnt. - Shannon Marie Plowman, expired registi^tlon, dismissed, corrected. - Phillip Carter Plyler, unsafe movement, dismissed, civil. - Justin Edwnrd Pope, driving while license revoked, operat­ ing vehicle with no Insurance, dismissed, corrected. - Michael Ryan Rankin, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $25, cost. • Dnnn John Rider, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70', $25, cost. - Robert David Rimmer, ex­ ceeding safe speed, dismissed, civil. - Charles'T. Robertson, ex­ pired registration,explred/no in­ spection, dismissed, corrected. - Michael T. Roseboro, fail­ ure to reduce speed, dismissed, civil. - Darren Branson Sell, ex­ pired/no inspection,expired reg- istratloii, dismissed, corrected; speeding 82 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. . - Dav|d Jordnn Serling, cnn- celed/revokod/suspended certlfi- cnte/tag, dismissed, corrected. - Heatheir Rianne Smith, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to Improper equipment, $25, cost. - Abhinnv Srivastava, cah- celed/revoked/suspended cer- tlflcate/tng, no license,operating vehicle with no insurance, ex­ pircd/no inspection, possession/ displny of altered/fictitious/ revoked license, dismissed, corrected. - Joshua.Rny Stillie, fnilure to wear sent belt, disrnissed,' corrected. - Michael R. Strickland, expired registration, expired/no inspection, operating vehicle with no insurance, fictitious/al­ tered title/registration, canceled/ revoked/suspended certificnte/ tng, failure to notify DMV of nddress change, dismissed, cor­ rected. - Mnry Ruth Suggs, driving while license revoked, dis­ missed, corrected. - Susnn M. Throckmorton, expired registration, dismissed, corrected. - Lisa Choe 'Hicker, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Markeese E. W hiters, speeding 94 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $100, cost. ,. - Dylan Kane Whitesides,ex­ ceeding safe speed; dismissed, civil. - Cntina Marie Whitley, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipiiient, $25, cost. - Audroa R. Whittington, expired registration, dismissed, corrected. j r Jeffrey S. Williams, unsafe passing yellow line, reduced b unsafe movement, $25, cost.; - Robert James Williams, expired registration, dismiss^, corrected. - Biilie C. Worley, speeding 88 in a io, reduced to 79 in a tJo, $25, cost. ; - Brian C. Yarborough, oper­ ating vehicle with no insuranfje, canceled/revoked/suspendid certificate/tag, dismissed, cor­ rected. I - Elizabeth Anne Youngs, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced;to Improper equipment, $25, cobt. ( o l o r h s i ^ S A L O N S 336-778-2282 г 1 4 7 9 L e w is v ille C le m m o n s R d . ! ( B e s id e M a r io 's P iz z a ) C le m m o n s , N C 2 7 0 1 2 $6.99 Haircut N o ln lld iilth o tlxrip M U Ia Eip. IIVM/IO $19.99 w w w .c o lo r f a s t s a l Q n s j :o m I Nolvali(rwlihotKtr»peciabK*p. lO /li/10 ^ The leaves are £ and so is our rent! Г' Months Rent FREE C a ir ib d a y l' Wi- Northiiooil* Apartments 800 Northridge Court (o il Milling Rd) ____Z5J_-_41_4J_____ Paul Ijames Lti Concert at Center United IVlethociist Churcli 6142 Lake Brandt Rd. GREENSBORO, NC 27455 Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. for more info: ,336-681-5667 or 336-909-5053 Coupon not vmlfwWBipifwwlBranfl musl se presantad al time ol transaction. No,miiliip|slransaclions per coupon. Expires 12/31/10' Specials o£ the Week Act II Popcorn PHOTO SPECIAL One Hour Processing at Next Day Prices O n e W e e k O n ly Everyday Low Price Digital Prints 100 Photo Processing Hours; M-F 9-6, Sat 8:30-4, Sun. Closed 1 I'or iiiiormalioii on 1 [)(»irt Korj>el Y(uir IVlu.scadiiies! |1 drills hciillli prohieiiis, цо to 1 www.lo.sli'rdniyoo.coiii _>. Regular H o u rs : M -F 8:30-8 • Sat 8:30-4 • Sun 1 ;30-5 Foster Drug Co. 495 Valley Road • Mocksville • (336) 751-2141 w w w .fosterdrtigco.com A d v a n c e F a m i l y a n d S p o r t s M e d i c i n e C e n t e r , P L L C Welcoming New Patients W a l t e r A . E z e i g b o , M D Practicing Family Medicine with a Specialty in Sports Medicine f Accepting major Insurance, iitcliidliig Medicare & Medicaid • • Graduate of Eastern Virginia Medical School • Connpleted his Resicjency in Family Medicine at Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine ' . • Completed a Fellowship in Sports Medicine at Wake Forest . University Graduate School of Medicine • V\/orked for Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Community Physicians forthe past 12 years • pig believer in lifestyle modification • Partnered with Somae Health to offer prescribed weight loss and wellness to his patients 1 6 9 Y a d k in V a lle y R o a d A d v a n c e , N C 2 7 0 0 6 p h o n e : 3 3 6 - 9 4 0 - 2 6 5 9 f a x : 3 3 6 - 9 4 0 - 2 6 5 8 1 E ic><¥i: / '! t I ExItieOB eoiN ' / w ^ 8018 * Walter A. 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If you or someone you know needs help check oul Angel Food M inistries nt Jericho church o f Christ. a n J a m Local host site: .Jericho Church of Christ, 124 Davle Academy Kcl For information: call 492-5291, visit www.jcrichotoclny.com Orders muy be pliiccd online (hrougli October 17 or nt tiic followiiiR tinie.s & locntion.<i: Thursday. Oct. 7 & Oct. 14, from 11-12:30 or Snlurdny. Oct. 9 & Oct. Ifi, from 11-1:00 at tlio lliililliil Ri-.Sliiro or Sundny. Oct. 10 gi Ocl. 17 from 12-1:00 n t, Menus and inl'o also uvailabic: Jcricho ciuirch building, Storehouse for .Icsus, nnd Davie Co. Senior Center. Laat dav to order is Sunday. Oclober 17"' KQltii.FlckH» is Saturday. Octolicr 23 -9:30-11:00 A.M. Richard Honeycutt r 19*19-20,10 WILMINGTON . ' ’ J u ^ A. Brinkley■ : 1942 - 2Ò10' ' ' LEXINGTON : Elizabeth C. Boger . . .1?3S'. 2010' MOCKSVILLE ' Stelk R. Livengood 1919-2010 , , MOCKSVILLE ' ® Roger E. Woodniin . . 1929-2010' MOCKSVILLE Dorothy A. Cheek ■ ‘ 1933-2010 1 ; . 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O20l0The Sherv>1n-№lliam] Company s N SHemiN-muAMs.' 3 5 7 7 ? lll7 7 1 4 .1 W e ’ r e O p e n 1743 Hwy 601 N orth Ä 1 M o c k s v i l l e I“"“ “’! 3 3 6 - 7 5 1 - 0 2 3 4 ■ • ,Mon-Fri 7am-epm■ Sat 7am-4pm Sun 10ar|i-4piri sherwin-williams. com D eborah W . G illiland Deborah Wyrick Gilliland, 53, of M&D Lime, Mocksville, died on Snturday, Oct. 2,2010 nt Forsyth Medicnl Center. Born in Beckley, W.Vn., on Sept. 12, 1957 she was the dmighter of Florence Lngo Wyrick of Dnnese, W.Va, and the late Weldon Wyrick. She was ¡1 CNA.nt Dnvie Placc and wns ofthe Bnptist faith. Also surviving: a sister, Brenda Wyrick Forren of Da- nese; 2 brothers, David Wyrick and Timothy “Tim" Wyrick, both of Statesville; her fian­ ce, Michnel Eugene Mnrrs of Mocksville; and .several aunts, uncles, nieces ami nephews. She wns also preceded in death by a bfother, Weldon I3u- gene Wyrick. A service to celebrate her life was 10 be held Thursday, Oct. 7, at 2 p.m. in the Davie Funeral Scrvice Chapel, Burial was in Rose Cemeteiy. The family was to receive friends on Wednesday, Oct. 6 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the funernl homo. Online condolences: wiftt', tluvieftiiieralservice.coin. R uby W ilson P iper Mrs. Ruby Wilson Piper, 93, formerly of Walt Wilson Road, Mocksville, died Wednes­ dny, Sept. 29, 2010, at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston-Snlem. She was born March 26, 1917, in Dnvie County to the late Walter Bynum and Ella Margaret Qabnrd Wilson. Mrs. Piper was retired from Dn­ vie County Hospital. She was a member of Liberty United Methodist Church and for­ mer member of Davie County Homemakers Club. Mrs. Piper enjoyed gardening, growing (lowers, reading nnd spending time with her family. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Alexan­ der Abbey Piper; And 2 sisters, Erlene Wilson Roberts and Nellie Wilson Angell, Survivors: a daughter, Mar­ tha Piper McMillan of Mocks­ ville; a stepdaughter, Mnry Susan Piper Koch of Adelphi, Md.; '2 granddaughters, Kris­ tin nnd Kathryn McMillnn; a great-granddaughter, Sophie Ann McMillan; a sister, Eth­ el “Cricket" Poland (Bill) of Rochester, Mich.; a brother-in- law. Bill Roberts of Mocksville; and 3 stepgrandchildren, Rich­ ard, Linda and Diane Koch. A funeral service wns con­ ducted nt 3 p.m. Sundny, Oct. 3 nt Blaise Baptist Chiirch, with the Revs. Timothy Wolf, Glenn Sellers and Ken Furches offici­ ating. Burini followed in Lib­ erty Uilited Methodist Church Cemetery. The fnmily received friends nt the church one hour before the service. Memorials; Knte B. Reyn­ olds Hospice Home, 101 Hos­ pice Lane, Winston-Snlem, 27103. Online condolcnces: vciwv, eiiidnfimenilservice ,cnm, L arry D ean N orris Mr. Larry Dean Norris of Yadkinville died Sept. 29, 2010 at Kate B, Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston-Salem nfter a long illness. He was born Oct. 12, 1939 in 'Yadkin County to Steve B. and Flora Holcomb Norris, He was a life member of Courtney Baptist Church where he served as a dencon nnd treasurer. He traveled on mission trips with the Yndkin Baptist Men Mis­ sion Group, and coached little league baseball. He hnd been a volunteer with Courtney Fire Departnient ahd wns a found­ ing member of the Courtney Ruritan Club. He retired from the engineering department of Wake Forest University Bnptist Medical Center. He was pijcccdcd in death by his parents. Surviving: his wife of 50 years, Yvonne Call Norris of the home; 3 sons, Jeffrey (Mary) Norris of Winston-Sa­ iem, Todd (Patricia) Norris of Yadkinville, Steven Norris of Yadkinville; a dnughter, Karin Mendenhall of Yndkinville; 6 grandchildren, Christine, Al­ exandra nnd Caroline Norris of Winston-Snlem, 'Hunter Nor­ ris of Yndkinville, Chase nnd Dakota Mendenhall of Yndk- inville; n brother, Harry (Chnr­ lotte) Norris of Yndkinville nnd Abby. A celebration of life service wns held nt 3 p.m. Sundny, Oct. 3 nt Gentry Family Chnpel with Dr. Ricky Atifins officinting. Burini followed in the Court­ ney Bnptist Church Cemetery. Memorials: Hospice/Pailin- tive CareCenter, 377 Hospitnl St„ Mocksville; or Yndkin Christinn Ministries, PO Box 204, Yadkinville, 27055. , .- Online condolcnces; ivii’»>. geniryfiineriilservlce.com. D A f l f I E M edicQ i E quipm ent Y o w H o m e C are C o m p a n y You Have the Right to Choose Your Home Medical Equipment Company - Davie Medical Equipment. Especially if you go to a neighboring hospital. Federal law guarantees you the right to choose your home care agency after you are discharged from the hospital, There are many choices available, buj only one Is in vour backvardi Davle Medical Equipment Is an accredited home medical provider right here in Davie County, and has served its residents faithfully for over 15 years. Come in to see our extensive inventory of medical equipment in our newly renovated showroom. One of our service experts wlll be there to discuss your needs and be sure that you find the right equipment for your needs. 9 5 9 S a lis b u r y R d , • IV Io c k sv ille ( 3 3 6 ) 7 5 1 - 4 2 8 8 • t o l l f r e e (8 6 6 ) 7 9 7 - 4 6 8 8 f a x ( 3 3 6 ) 7 5 1 - 4 6 8 8 • t o l l f r e e f a x (8 8 8 ) 7 9 7 - 4 6 8 8 C o m m u n ity B re a k fa s t O c t. 9 A t F irs t P re s b y te ria n C h u rc h On Saturday, Oct. 9 from 7-10 a.m. First Presbyterian Church in Mocksville will host a community breakfast. This is donation only meal and proceeds will go toward the Winter Warmth Proj­ ect that helps heat the residentinl homes at Barium Springs Homes for Children. Plates full of scrnmbled eggs, biscuits and gravy, grits, country ham, bacon, sausage, spiced npples and a beverage will be avail­ able. H i l l s d a l e B a p t i s t F r e e F a l l F e s t i v a l S u n d a y Hillsdale Baptist Church is having a free Fall Festival Sundny, Oct. 10 at 6 p.m. There will be a hotdog roast with all the fixings, games, prizes, sweets, treats, and The Bounce House. There will also be iiayrides. This festivnl is for the community. Eveiything is free and open to the public. The church is nt 4815 US 158 in Advance. For more informa­ tion cail 940-6618. G re a te r M o u n t M o ria h B a p tist To H o n o r T h e S e n io r P a s to r Greater Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church wlll cele­ brnte the third pastoral appreciation Service for our senior pnstor, the Rev. Artie R. Campbell,on Sunday,'Oct. 10 at 3 p.m. Specinl guests will be the Rev. William J. Purvis Sr., and congregation from Greater St. Mntthew Baptist Church in Winston-Salem. Lunch wiil be served at 1;30. Everyone is invited. S o n s O f T h u n d e r T o B e A t E l b a v i l l e M e t h o d i s t On Sunday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m., the quartet, "Sons of Thunder" from Clemmons United Methodist Church will sing at Elbaville United Methodist Church, 2595 NC 801 S., Advance. A love offering will be taken to benefit Elbaville’s 10th annual “Angel Project.” U provides Christmas gifts for underprivileged children from the local elementary school. Clothing and toys will be purchased for the children nnd presented on Dec. 4 at a brenk­ fnst at the church. Light refreshments will be served following the progrnm. Oa/c G r o v e T o H o s t B re a k fa s t A community breakfast wiil be held at Onk Grove United Methodist Church, 1994 US 158, Mocksville, from 7-10 n.m. Sat­ urdny, Oct. 9. Donntions will be accepted. The menu will include eggs, biscuits and grnvy, sausage, country hnm and grits, Fulton P la n s P o o r M a n ’s S u p p e r Fulton United Metiiodist Church, 3689 NC 801 S., Advnnce, will host a poor man’s supper on Tuesday, Oct. 12 from 4-7 p.m. The menu will include chicken and dumplings,pinto beans, stewed potatoes, slnw, npples, rolls, cornbread, desserts and drinks. Do­ nntions will be nccepted. C e n t e r B r e a k f a s t S a t u r d a y Center United Methodist Church, US 64 West at 1-40, Mocks­ viiie, will iiost a country ham and sausage breakfast from 6-10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 9. Proceeds will benefit Benny Powell, who is suffering from Guillain-Barre Syndrome. B a z a a r , S u p p e r S a t u r d a y A t C o n c o r d M e t h o d i s t Concord United Methodist Church, Cherry Hill Road just off NC 801 South, Mocksville, will hnve its nnnual chicken pie and countp' hnm supper and bazaar on Snturday, Oct. 9 ffom 4-7:30 p.m. Plates will be $8 for adults nnd $3 for children age 12 nnd under. Crafts and baked goods will be on sale from 10 n.m.-8 p.m. Hotdogs will be sold during lunch. Take out plates will be avail­ able. To learn more, call 998-2429. Proceeds will go to missions. T r a s h To T re a s u re s ' To p ic O f C h ris tia n W o m e n ’s E v e n t A “Trnsh to Treasures” bmnch will be held on Thursday, Oct. 21 at 11:30 a.m. at Bemuida Run Country Club by the Winston- Salem Christian Women’s Club. Cost js $12, with reservations necessary by Oct. 18. The annual silent auction will be held, nnd speaker will be Karen Brewer of Marion on “Secrets and Myster­ ies.” For reservations, call 940-6885 or 7604253. R e f u g e R e v i v a l O c t . 2 0 - 2 2 A fall revival will be held Oct. 20-22 at 7 nightly at liefuge Community Church in Cooleemee. Speakers; Wednesday, Pastor Ricky Cope, Trinity Baptist Church, Fort Mill, S.C.; Thursday and Friday, Pastor Tommy Steele, New Life Baptist Church of Concord. C hicken F rid a y A t E rw in Tem ple A Port-A-Pit barbecue ehicker> dinner will be served from 10 n,m.-7 p.m. Fridny, Oct. 8 at Erwin Temple CME Church on Needmore Rond in Rownn County, To lenrn more, call 704-433- 2483 or 940-7155. D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - 1 1 T h i s m e s s a g e b r o u g h t t o y o u b y t h e s e l o c a l b u s i n e s s e s w h o e n c o u r a g e y o u t o w o r s h i p a t t h e c h u r c h o f y o u r c h o i c e . CAUDELL LUMBER COMPANY 162 Sheek Street Mocksville, NC 27028 336-751-2167 д р я г AUTO MRTS MOCKSVILLE AinOMOTIVE 884 S. 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Continued From Piigc 1 in our town.” Wendy’s resfnurant and Wa­ chovia bnnli, wliicii aren’t in town, are located next to com­ mercial areas thnt nre. A public informatioii meeting was held Sept. 28 and the coun­ cil will hold a public iiearing on Tuesday, Oct. 12 at 7 p.m, On Sept. 28, residents of Kinderton Vilinge presented a pethion of annexation. Rol­ lins advised the council of two options: they can ignore the petition or they can look at the possibility of adopting a resolu­ tion of consideration. Rollins said Kinderton has nn estimnted popuintioil of 700 residents nnd 72 percent of those wnnt to be annexed. "That’s ■■.•eil over the 51 percent needed.” Por the annexation to be considered n mnjority of the Kinderton’s residents have to be in favor of it, since Bermuda Run’s charter does not allow for involuntary nnnexntion. The annexation process takes time. At the earliest it would be Mny 2012 if the nnnexntion were approved by council . If council ndopts a resolution of considerntioh n one year wnit would follow. Then npprovnl of n resolution of intent would have to be adopted, followed by n public informntion session and a public hearing. Cozart... Continued From Pngc 1 She wanted him to keep it during his deployment. The bible came with a brass plate on the front. Charlie kept thnt bible with iiim in his left chest pocket, over his henrt. After the war, he said "this bible is whnt snved his life”. ' There is no doubt thnt .on the moming of June 6'\ 1944, Chnriie entered his landing crnft with n huge lump in his throat. Ono cnn only imngine Ihe thoughts that must hnve gone through his hend. As the boats cnme closer and closer to thè shores of Omahn, he could see the Gennnn fortifications thnt arc still there to this dny. Dodging bullets and seeing many of his fellow soldiers dying on the snndy benches of Omaha, Charlie survived thnt morning nnd began to > work his way into the hedge row country of Normnndy. As the wnters of the English Chnnnel thnt sonked this soldier’s clothes began to dry, he wns paired with a partner. As tlie days passed nfter Operation Overlord, they were instructed to build foxholes as n defensive measure to shield themselves at night from German snip­ ers. One would shovel, the other would stand guard. One evening, as Charlie had just finished his shift sliovel- ing tlie foxhole, a mortar 1 2 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 wns fired toward his unit. It landed a direct hit on his Foxliole.' Fate had it that Charl|e had just finished digging nnd was replaced l?y his partner who was in the hole, Tlie close proximity to this hit caused Cozart to receive shrnpnei wounds to his face, legs, lower abdomen, chest nnd both nrms. The blast knocked the young Dnvie County boy unconscious. The 120"'remnining soldiers took up defensive positions and more mor­ tars were Intniched. A close friend thnt Coznrt mnde in. the military was Orie Knight, from Kershnw, S.C. He hnp­ pened to be close by and wit­ nessed this horrifying event. Years later, Knight said "he watclied the medics retrieve the bodies and carry the two men from the battle field.” He went on to say "I was sure they both were dend”. This single mortar shot’s fate wns to be that one man would live and the other would die. Cozart was evacu­ ated to a medicnl station and then later to England where he was'stabilized. Dreams of pitching, play­ ing the banjo and mandolin must hnve left this soldier’s mind ns he renlized thnt both of his arms were seriously injured; not to mention his ability to swing a ham­ mer. He wns Inter airiifted bnck to Alnbnma where he .spent 15 months in recovery. A’fter the wnr, Coznrt’s close friend, Orie Knight mnde it back to Kershaw, a sleepy little town just northeast of the cnpitnl, Co­ lumbia. Years later, he told Chprlie’s family thnt he felt compelled to ninke his way to Mocksville. He wanted , to tell Chnriie’s family thnt; , he served with him until his death in France. Orie made the long journey (back then for sure) to the town of Mocksville, It was said that when he nrrived in Mocksville, he didn’t know nnyone or where Chariie’s fnmily lived. So he asked the first resident of Mocksville that he cnme upon if they knew where Av- cry “Happy” Cozart lived. The stranger told Knight thnt he didn’t know Avery Coznrt, but he could direct him to a Chariie Coznrt’s Iwuse, Thinking that Charlie wns killed in action, Orie though it was strange thnt he received the directions to Charlie’s house. He made it to Mumford Drive, knocked on the door, nnd behind the door stood his good friend, Chnriie Coznrt. WJiat n moment. A soldier who hnd mourn­ ed the denth of a fellow com­ rade in nrms, now embraced thnt snme soUl, One cnn only imagine the flood of emo­ tions tlint passed between these two friends, Knight found out that Cozart was healed but the signs of his injuries were still evident, Chnriie hnd to give up his mnndolin nnd banjo plnying nnd pitching baseball was n distnnt pnstime. However, he reentered ' life in Dnvie with vigor and ■determinntion. Losing the ef­ fective use his arm, he began to relearn cnrpentry skills with his new found hnndi- cap. He went on lo become known iis a master craftsman in the carpentry business; a trade that was handed down to his son, David, Orie nnd Geneva Knight went on to be lifelong friends of Charlie.and Margie Co- zart,They were even given the honor of being nnmed Godparents to the Cozart’s children; Dale, Dnvid, Knthl, Gelee and Janet. And about the bible ,„ when the mortar hit his foxhole, shrapnel pierced the corner of thnt brass plated bible in his left shirt pocket That deflection kept the piece of German metal from hitting his heart which probnbly would hnve killed him. Yenrs later when his oldest son Dale left Dnvie for a tour in Southeast Asin, Chariie gave him thnt tnttered bible. Charlie Cozart (left) was an accomplished musician when he answered his country's call. Charlie Cozart In uniform. He said “son, this protected me, nnd 1 know it will you”. Dale carried that bible with him on every flight in Vielnnm. Yenrs later, Dale would retum the bible to his father. Today, that treasured possession is bnck in Dnie’s cnre. The fnmily nlso prizes n beautiful shadow box which displays Charlie’s Purple Heart, Good Conduct Mednl, and the European, African & Middle Eastern Service Medals. Chariie Cozart never had the chnnce to visit the Worid Wnr Il memorinl in Wnshing- ton, D.C, On the Trind Honor Flights, though, I iiave seen his counterparts over nnd over; meek, mild mannered men who “did what they were told to do”. Through my business partner, Kathi Cozart Wall, I hnd the opportunity to leam about her father’s incred­ ible story. Wny before the first wheels rolled off the Greensboro tarmac bound for nnother Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., Chariie Franklin Cozart died. 1 regret thnt he wns unnble to be one of our heroes tak­ ing part in the Triad Flights of Honor for veterans of World Wnr II. My son’s love of World War II history over the yenrs wns the inspirntion for my family to travel to Normnndy France this pnst August. We toured the cemeteries, monu­ ments, battle fields nnd mnny of the museums. A photo­ graph wns given to me Of Chnriie before we left. While there, we nil wnlked out onto the bench of Omaha. It was low tide, jusl like h was the morning of June 6,1944. Ceremoniously, we all stood and placed a photo of the late Chariie Cozart in the sand. I wrote his last name in the sand. As the tide begnn to chnnge its direction and the waters slowly crept townrd this private make shift memorial, we retreated from the beach front up the steep incline to the main land. The engraved words at the St. James, Normandy cemetery were fresh in my mind. Those words were a Chris­ tian prayer that read, “Al­ mighty God, our sons, pride of our nation, this day liave set upon a mighty endeavor. A struggle to preserve our republic, our religion, and our civilization. They will be sore, tried by night and by day, without rest until the victory is won. Some wiil never return, embrace these Father and receive them. Thy heroic servants into Tiiy Kingdom,” I hope you will read this nrticle taking great pride in one of our “treasured son’s of Davie County”. 1 have written this to honor Chariie Cozart, a quiet hero whose story needed to be heard, to honor the Unknown Soldier who died in that foxhole and to Orie Knight, whose love of n friend persuaded him to come to nn unknown town to seek out his fnmily nnd pay respects. Visit YouTube online to seen video clip of the memorial we made that day on the beach for Charlie Coznrt at www.youttibe.coml watch?v+nbyC3cGqD4s. I POOR QUALITY PRINT S p o rts D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - B l R e a l S e a s o n S t a r t s F r i d a y A t R e y n o l d s By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record After six nonconference gnmes, everything chnnges this Fridny, After two months of test runs in practice and gnmes, visiting Davie and Reynolds nnd the rest of the CentrnI Piedmont Conference will stnrt pursuit of first plnce. Kickoff nt Reynolds will stnrt nt 7:30 p.m. Davie and Reynolds nre both 2-4, but nny wounds they had from the nonconference schedule nre henling in the knowledge that everyone is 0-0 in the conference. The Wnr Engles hnve n lot of hard- knocks experience from plnying one of the state’s toughest schedules. Thai should help when the pressure begins to build Friday. On the other side of the field, the Demons hnve reason to believe they cnn lick their wounds nnd respond with a win. After all, they’re a fftw whiskers from being 4-2 or 5-1. ■ They lost 27-24 in overtime to High Point Central after lending 21-7, After drilling hnpless Atkins 35-6, they blew n 14-6 fourth-qunrter lend in a 20-14 loss to Parkland. Pny little nttention to the 39-14 loss to Carver, Jake Gainey, the CPC’s offensive pinyer of the yenr in ‘09, did not play, nor did nnother prime wenpon in defensive end/receiver Alex McCalister, Then they coughed up n 20-7 lend in a 34-27 double-overtime loss to Enst Forsyth, Reynolds finally closed the deal in a 13-12 win over Southwest Guilford, but not without adding gray hairs to firsl-yenr conch Pnul Hall, SW Guilford missed a 30-ynrd field gonl with 25 seconds left. "We’ve lost in overtime, we’ve lost in double overtime and we lost to Parkland on n Hnll Mnry,” Hall told the Winston-Salem Journnl. “We’ve led three times in the fourth quarter and lost.” Davie will hnve to deal with mnybe the most electrifying offensive player in the CPC in Gainey, who had three catches for 143 yards - all touchdowns - in last yenr’s win over Dnvie. The TDs went for 58,51 nnd 34 yards. Gainey is a do-it-nll workhorse. He hnd three rushing TDs against East Forsyth, He caught a 70-yard TD pass ngninst SWG. "He plnys receiver, quarterback, running back, punt return, kick return and I think he’s at DB at times,” Davie coach Doug Illing said. When Gainey’s nt receiver, corner­ bnck Kevin Crnwford and the second­ ary will be tested like never before. “Wherever he’s at, they’re going tp try to get the bnll to him and let him mnke big plnys,” Illing said. “So we’re going to be very awnre of where he’s nt,” It’s hardly a surprise that Reynolds has plenty of speed. It nlso hns n thick playbook. “They do n little bit of spread. They run the I. They run the single wing,” Illing said. “They’re giving you a little bit of everything. They’ve got some kids lining up at fullback that are going to smash you in the mouth, nnd their line looks bigger thnn it’s been. So (Hnir^) making you defend a lot of dif­ ferent formations and defend sideline to sideline,” Kevin McMoore,who had 119rush- ing yards on 16 carries against Park­ land, and Vance Matthews, who plays in the secondary and at quarterback, are two Demons to watch. ... ■ c- ' Davie can ill-afford an 0-1 start with Senior Ashley Joyner of Davie’s volleyball team stretches for a dig as Kelsey Tifft looks on.- Photo by James Barringer B i g W i n , B i g L o s s Varsity Volleyball Has Roller Coaster Week Last week the Davic vnrsity vol­ leyball team’s emotions rnnged from euphorin to dejection. The Wnr Engles stnrted the week with n mornle-boosting 3-1 win over visiting North Davidson, But it was a short-lived smile on Dnvie’s fnce. In the next match, the War Eagles lost an ugly 3-0 decision at West Forsyth. The split left Duvie 12-7 overall nnd 2-4 in the Central Piedmont Con­ ference. When Davie liosted North, a col­ lapse seemed inevitable. No. 1, Davie was i-3 in the CPC. No, 2, Davie had lost 3-0 to West and North had drubbed West 3-0, But Davie threw ail the form sheets out the window, satisfied ils starving appetite and made some amends for n season that had turned south. It was Davie’s lOth win over North in 11 tries, “We moyed our lineup around and played extremely well,” coach Becky Miller said. “We moved Brittani Stew­ nrt outside nnd Chelsea Young to the middle. We like the new lineup, I think the giris have lot of confidence in it. We were spinning our wheels and I think this is something that’s going to help us the rest of the season.” Young (5 kills, 5 blocks, 3 digs) and Stewart (9 digs, 7 kills) played major roles in their new roles. Miller said. "Plus, Young played on a sprained ankle,” she said. “We weren't sure if she wns going to be nble to go, nnd she did an awesome job. She blocked renlly well. She stepped up her piny completely. “Stewnrt pnssed the ball extremely well. When you move someone who usually plays middle to the outside, it’s obvious she’s versatile.” Kristinn Pnrrish grabbed the spot­ light right off the bat, serving Davie from a l-O deficit to a 6-1 lead. Four of her six points were aces. “That set the tone for the day,” Miller said. Leslie Fulton (8 kills, 6 blocks, 3 solo blocks, 5 digs), Clara MacDo­ nell (11 kills, 10 digs, 6 aces), Kayla Cornatzer (13 assists, 4 digs). Heather Kimel (6 digs, 2 kills), Kelsey Tifft (6 digs, 2 aces), Katrina Maine (4 blocks, 3 digs) and Ashley Joyner (17 digs) did their part, too, “Fulton stepped up her play,” she said, "MacDonell made some pivotal plays - hitting, digs and serves. She really stepped it up. Comatzer served consistently like she has' all year. She hardly ever misses.” In a twist Miller did not expect. Please Sec Big - Page B8 Merrifield Shows Resolve In Minors By Brian Pitts Dnvie Enterprise Record Whit Merrifield hit .370 in Septem­ ber nnd closed the senson with n bang while playing with the Class A Buri­ ington Bees in the Midwest League in Buriington, Iowa. After hitting .321 with 13 homers nnd 42 RBIs ns o jiinjor for the Uni­ versity of South Cnrolina, including the clinching hit in the nntionni champion­ ship game, Merrifield decided tb forgo his senior year and enter the Major League Baseball Draft. He was picked in the ninth round by the Kansas City Royals, Merrifleld stnrted blistering liot for the Bees, who were starting the second hnlf of the senson when Merrifield nr­ rived, Then his nverage took a dnrk turn and fell well below ,200, But he had the resolve to climb back to .253 (47 for 186), He finished with five homers and 26 RBIs for a team that finished 46-90. Merrifield played in 47 of those games. “It was definitely the wny I wnnted to go out,” Merrifield snid lnst week while riding n bus to a gnme in nn Ari- zonn lengue. “Our manager was telling us what they're going to remember in the offseason is how you ended up playing. It was important for me to play well at the end,” Merrifleld hit ,326 (14 for 43) in tlie last 10 gnmes, closing with n six-gnme hitting strenk nnd going 3 for 5 in the finnl gnme, . ( “When my average took a dive, 1 felt really good at the plate,” he snid, “It was the best I’d felt in a while and I wasn’t getting nny hits. All you cnn do is feel good up there, try to make solid contact and see what hnppens,” The righthanded hitter hit .230 vs. righties but ,297 versus lefties. He hit , 198 on the road but ,318 nt home. As he got more comfortnble in his surround­ ings, his offense flourished, hitting ,174 in July, ,257 in August nnd then ,370 in September, One more thing: While Merrifield hit .200 with the bases empty, he hit ,348 with ninners on and ,372 with ninners in scoring position. That’s clutch, "I just kept with it, made some ad­ justments and bails stnrted finding the holes,” he snid, "1 wns happy about it, , It was just litde tweaks here and there, Bnseball is a game of adjustments,” Merrifleld, who played all over the outfield for Burlington but no infield, is working out nt second base in Arizona. The lengue will run through Oct, 22, "It's like 109 degrees out here,” he said, "It's pretty hot.” He thinks he'll retum to the East Coast next year and play in Wilm­ ington, Delaware in a high Class A league, "I've heard Wilmington, Delaware,” he said, "But I guess nothing is written in stone. It depends on how spring train­ ing goes is what I’m assuming,” West Forsyth and Mt, Tabor, both un- benten, looming nround the comer. Notes • After missing two gnmes enriier in the season for medicnl rensons, line­ bncker Jnred Barber, the heart-nnd-soul leader of the Davie defense, played roughly'every other series in n 19-14 win over Salisbury in the last game; His return to full strength or near full strength was accelerated by last week’s bye. He made 15 tackles in limited duty agninst Salisbury. "He’ll be close to (an eveiv-series player),” Illing said. "I think itfs going to take some time just to gej him in shape. He’s at risk now at getting in­ jured by not being able to do anything weight room-wise or condition-wise. He’s got to slowly get himself in condi'; tion. We’re going to take care of him. Please See Real - Page B7 F l y i n g H i g h J V s W in 4th S tra ig h t By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Rccord Russell Anthony is feeling unstop-' pable as Davie’s JV football team; collected its fourth strnight win for n, 4-1 nonconference record last week, pulling out a 12-7 win at Reagan. •" This was a nonconference game, even though Reagan is a conference rival. Both teams had an open week and decided to play a few days before the Sept. 29 game. Anthony rushed for 87 yards on 11 carries, giving him 348 yards on 34 carries in the last three games, A 10.2 pcr-cariy nvernge, thnt’s nimost ridiculous'. As usunl, the passing gnme produced explosive plnys. Cnleb Martin went 9 of 16 pnssing, offsetting two picks with 144 yards and a go-nhend TD pnss. His completions were a senson high. Cody Martin had three catches for 61 yard^, Cameron Heaggins three for 49 anà Seth Dunn two for 27, ; But this was not nn ensy gnme, Reagan led 7-6 at the half nnd hnd thè bnll in Davie territory in the closing minutes. A Nathan Howard inlercej^ tion senled it. But in the end, coach Todd Bum­ garner had a payback win over n team Please See JVs - Page B6 Worth Noting Russell Anthony of Davie JV football has 348 rushing yards on 34 carries in the last three games,' including Inst week’s 12-7 winovei; Rengnn. Caleb Martin completed n 15-ynrd, game-winning TD pass to Cameron Heaggins.^ Nathan Howard sealed it with a late INT. Todd Bumgarner said of Alex Gobble; “Every time we kick off and somebody steps up to block him, they get destroyed,” In the Davie varsity football team’s 19-14 win over Salisbury on Sept. 24, Jordan Farmer had 16 tackles, Jared Barber 15, Jacob Barber 12 and Anthony Ressa nine. Davie golfers Gabby Chaloup; kova and Caitlyn Brake entered the week first and third, respective-j ly, in the CPC race. Chaloupkova; shot a 2-under 34 last week. ' Justhln Servellon of S. Davie‘ soccer scored two goals, including one that tied the match, in a 3-3 tie at Thomasville, Miguel Rodriguez scored twice in a 4-0 win over N.: Davie. Cameron Coleman, IVey Red­ mond and Cedric Wilson com­ bined for 225 yards on 11 corries: as S. Davie football buried Summit; 36-6. Cpleman scored three TDs. ; ’ В 2 ■ P A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 Baylor Stewart tries to hang on while tiding a mlnl-bull.Seth Ring riaes a duii as an exniDition at the Davis Ranch Arena. Young Davie Cowboys Show Skills At Professional Event The ultimate gonl for nny young bull rider is to make it to the PBR, the Professionnl Bull Riders. Equivalent to the Super Bowl in football is competing in the PBR World Finals in Lns Vegns for bull riding. Throughout the yenr rodeos nre held ncross the country to nilow riders to gain points nnd enm money to qiinlify for the World Finals. On Sept. 3 nnd 4, Jerome Davis, a former PRCA World Chnmpion, held n rodeo nt his rnnch in Archdale. TSvo young Davie County bull riders were given the opportunity of their young lives nnd were invited to ride exhibition bulls nt his rodeo. They iisunlly spend their weekends competing in rodeos themselves, wntching the PBR nnd their fnvorite riders per- fonn on television, however Labor Dny weekend, Seth Ring nnd Baylor Stewart were toe to toe behind the bucking chutes with their heroes. Seth Ring, 12, ofMocksville began riding horses when he wns 18 months old nnd begnn competing in horse events at the nge of 6. Seth moved up to riding calves when he wns 7. He hns advanced.to compet­ ing in the Junior Bull division. Seth competes in several rodeo associations including Yadkin Seth Ring and Baylor Stewart In front of the bull bucking chutes before they ride. Vnlley Youth Rodeo Associn­ tion, Tri-State Youth Rodeo As­ socintion, Rnfter K Bull riding _ in ¡Statesville, and Circle K Bull ' riding in Mt. Pleasant. Seth’s goal is to qualify for the PBR tour. In 2007, ho placed ninth in the national in Shawnee, Okla. with the National Junior Bull Riders Association. Seth hns won more thnn 20 buckles by competing in rodeos and bull riding. He won both nights at the Jerome Davis Rodeo. Soth is the son of Johnny Ring of Harmony nnd Amy Ring of Mocksville nnd the grnndson of Roger nnd Nancy Baker of Winston-Salem. He is in the seventh grade at North Dnvic Middle School. Bnylor Stewnrt, 7, begnn riding sheep when he wns 4 yenrs old nnd hns progressed to riding mini btUls nnd calves. He competes in several rodeo nssocintlons including Tri-Stnte Youth Rodeo Association, Raf­ ter K Bull riding in Statesville, and the National Junior Bull Riders Association. Bnylor is ranked first in his division in the state with the NC Junior Bull Riders Association. Holding the first place position in the .state has qualified him for nationals in Shawnee this November where he will com­ pete against nearly 100 other riders for the nntionnl title. Baylorcomes into bull riding honestly since his father was n former bull rider as well. Bay­ lor’s sister, Salem Montgomery (8) is a barrel racer, nnd his two younger brothers, Cnleb (5) nnd Knson (3) nlso ride sheep. Bnylor is in sccond grade at Shady Grove and is the son of Adnm nnd Shen Stewnrt nnd the grnndson of Richnrd nnd Cnrolyn Markland of Advance, Bobby nnd Debbie Hnrris of Sulphur Springs, Texns nnd Rick nnd Rebeccn Stewart of Holly Lake Rnnch,Texns. Both boys were honored to get the invitation to ride nt the Jerome Dnvis event. They rode bulls as exhibition and enter­ tainment for the spectators to see some younger riders nnd the future of bull riding. They met severni riders Ihey admire such as J.B. Mauney, Cord McCoy (from The Amaz­ ing Rnce), Colby ,Yntes nnd Brian Cnnter. Most bull riders do not get the exposure or experience of riding nt such rodeo until they nre 18 or older. This event wns nn opportunity to see'how mnk- ■■ ing n living ns n bull rider re­ nlly is nnd the determination and jienrt it tnkes to mnke it to the professionnl level. The weekend only motivnted and encouraged these young riders to continue to ride nnd follow their drenms. F u ll S e r v i c e C a r W a s hFOR SALE Location;Car-Go-Clean, LLC 922 Yadkinville Rd. Mocksville, NC 27028 (Beside Walgreens) Asking Price: $370,000 Land, Building, and Equipment Tum Key Operation O pened New in 2001 Possible Lease Options Available Possible Owner Rnancing Available Only Interested and Quaiifled Patties Call: 336-244-1080 North Softball Gets 2 Easy Wins The North Davie softball team eased the sting of four straight losses by pummcling host Thomnsville in n double- hender lnst week. With both games going three innings, the scores were 18-0 nnd 13-0. “I pinyed my (seven) seventh graders both games, and I filled in with two eighth graders,” coach Jnmie Lyerly snid. In the first game (18-0), the Wildcats nearly scorpd as many nms ns they hnd put up in six games (22). Julie Gough made quick work of the Thomnsville offense, striking out 7 of 11 batters. She allowed a hit and n wnlk.Gough pitched the sec­ ond game as well, striking out flve and walking one. She held Thomnsville to two harmless hits as North evened its record at 4-4. 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Angel Salmerón had an nssist. “Eddie wns a big lender on the defense,” conch Louise Diemer snid. “He hns n huge foot to boot the bnll up to our forwards.” The Tigers improved to 4-1 -1 with the shutout of North Davie, In the past two years they hnve defeated North five times by a combined score of 32-2. Miguel Rodriguez scored two goals, while Corbin Koi petzky and E. Rodriguez had one ench. Franco Lopez nssisted a M. Rodriguez corner kick thnt made it 3-0. "Lopez hustled his butt off nnd wns nble to get us n corner kick,” Diemer snid. Kevin Pnstor hnd the nssist on E. Rodriguez’s tenm-high sixth gonl of the season. Diemer wns impressed by the second-half goal keeping of Kurt Durner. “He made some awesome saves, some diving saves,” she said. “There was a breakaway, nnd he cnme out nnd was just able to get a hand on it to where it went toward the ground in­ stead of in the gonl. And then he wns nble to cntch it. It wns n pretty awesome save,” Diemer snid North fought hard, especially during a 2-0 first hnif. "North hnd a few good cltnnc- es to score,” she said. "They got one but it was called back by offsides. It wns n close cnll, so we were lucky there.” South Football Ambushes Summit FinancingAvailable South Dnvie’s football team ambushed visiting Summit by 30 points in the first half nnd coasted to n 36-6 victory. South’s second strnlght win lifted it to 2-1. The finnl score wns also the hnlftime score as conch Perry Long called off the dogs. The ynrds-per-cnrry nvernges of Trey Redmond (28), Cedric Wilson (18.3), Cameron Coleman (17.2) and Dustin Bulatko (10.5) re­ flected South’s dominance. Coleman had 86 ynrds on five cnrries, Redmond 84 ynrds on three cnrries, Wilson 55 on three carries and Bulatko 21 on two cnrries. Colemnn racked up three touchdowns, while Redmond sprinted 58 yards to pay dirt. It’s tough to get too fired up after a win over Summit. A big game comes this week against Lexington. “We did some things right,” Long said, keeping things in perspective. "I’ve seen improve­ ment from North Dnvidson to Central Davidson to this game. We were mentally better than we were (in the previous game) two weeks ago. Now they’re seeing the syslem of what we’re doing.” Kerwyn Wilson, who coaches defense, feels encouraged by whnt he’s seen from rush end Anthony Hunckler; linebackers Wilson, Blnise Bennett nnd Cole­ man; and DBs Daniel Forrest and Caleb Wallace. "Hunckler did a good job,” Wilson said. “He’s not the big­ gest kid in the worid, but he’s got a nice motor on him. He’s going to keep working, and he’s going to keep coming. And I appreciate that. Thnt shows thnt he’s stnrting to mnture nnd grow into his game. “The linebackers nre getting better at working downhill. We were laternl nil the time. But now all of them nre understanding that we have to get downhill nnd run our Innes. The next pnrt of it is once we get there, now let’s mnke the tackle. “Forrest is doing a fine job, along with Wallace. Despite being undersized, Wnllnce will bring what he’s got.” Notes: Unbeaten Ellis (2:0) was rained out. It has two games this week. ... Lexington avenged 2009’s 50-14 loss to North Davie by mashing the visiting Wildcats 40-6. North’s second straight loss dropped it to 2-2. D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - B 3 Reynolds Dominates For Varsity Rams With 171 Yards • Chris Reynolds rushed for a whopping 171 ynrds and three touchdowns on a mere eiglu cnrries as the varsity Mocksville Rams rolled over Shady Grove Blnck 46-6. Reynolds hnd a 58-yard TD on an interception return as the Rams stayed unbeaten. Brendnn Steele ndded 51 rushing yards and n TD on 6 cnrries, nnd Jnck Little chipped in 36 rushing ynrds and a TD on 5 attempts. The Rams got successful ■ two-point conversion nms from Steele, Cooper Wnll, Joshua Hnll and Austin Brister, and Dawson Daniels completed a two-point pass to Nick Starnes. The Mocksville defense was paced by Hunter Akers (five tnckles), L.J. Doulin (five), Corey Heiner (three) and Devon Mnrtin (three). Jnlen Redmond recovered n fumble. •The JV William R. Dnvie Raiders turned three first-quarter fumbles into 20 points and held on to defeat Pinebrook 20-12. Pinebrook rallied in the Second hnif behind a 90-ynrd touchdown run by Cnrson Whisenhunt, who used the blocking of Cnrson My­ ers, Victor Perez, Capone Scott, Caleb Wntson, Trey Ellis and Joseph Stnnley, Upcoming Games Wednesday, Oct. 6 Dnvie tennis nt home against North Davidson at 4:30. Davie cross country nt West Forsyth nt 4. Davie JV soccer nt Rengnn nt 5:30. Dnvie vnrsity socccr nt Rengan nt 7. North Dnvie volleybnli at Thomasville at 4:30, . South Davie football at home vs. Lexington nt 4:30. . South Dnvie tennis nt Ellis at 4. South Davie volleyball at Ellis nt 4:30. Thursday, Oct. 7 Davie JV football at home ngninst Reynolds nt 6. Dnvie JV volleybnli nt home agninst Reynolds nt 5. Dnvie vnrsity volleybnli nt home vs. Reynolds at 6:30. North Dnvie football at home agnirist Ellis at 4:30. North Davie soccer at Thomasville nt 4:30. North Dnvie softbnll nt North Dnvidson nt 4. South Dnvie soccer nt Ellis at 4:30. Ellis softbnll nt Thomnsville nt 4. Friday, Oct. 8 Dnvie vnrsity footbnll nt'Reynolds nt 7:30. Snturday, Oct. 9 Davie cross country nt Beeson Pnrk. Monday, Oct. 11 Davie JV volleybnli'at home ngainst Cnrson at 4:30. Davie varsity volleyball at home vs. Cnrson at 6. Davie JV soccer nt home vs. North Davidson at 5:30. Davie varsity soccer at home vs. North Davidson nt 7. Dnvie golf nt Pine Brook nt 4. North Davie volleyball at home at 4:30. North Dnvie jennis at South Davie at 4. Ellis volleyball nt Thomnsville at 4:30. Tuesday, Oct. 12 Davie JV volleyball nt home ng.ninst Rengnn nt 5. Davie varsity volleyball at home vs. Reagan at 6:30. North Davie soccer at home vs. Lexington at 4:30.' North Davie softbnll at Tyro nt 4. • South Dnvie softball at Ellis at 4. Ellis soccer at Thomasville at 4:30. Wednesday, Oct. 13 Dnvie tennis in CPC Tournament nt South Dnvie nt 4. North Davie volleyball nt home vs. Summit nt 4:30. South Dnvie footbnll nt home vs. Thomasville at 4:30. Sbuth Davie volleyball at home vs. Thomasville, 4:30. Ellis footbnll nt home vs. Lexington at 4:30. Ellis'volleyball nt Lexington at 4:30. The Pinebrook defense had 14 plnyers with multiple tackles, led by Whisenhunt (10), Antho­ ny Azar (five), Noah Bohannon (five), Rynii Smith (five) and Owen Brown (four). • The JV Mocksville Rams pulled out a hnrd-fought 16-12 win over Cornntzer. Nick Pinkos was the difference with 105 rushing ynrds on nine cnrries. Ben Crenshnw ndded 60 ynrds on seven carries. Pinkos and Crenshaw had the touchdowns. 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Tennis Loses To Reynolds Junior Kate Bennett has a solid 8-3 record at No. 5.- Photos by James Barringer The Davic tennis lenm lost 8-1 to vniinted Reynolds last week on the road. The Demons took n hnlf-gnme lend in the CentrnI Piedmont Conference rnce with a 7-1 league rccord, just nhead of Mt. Tabor’s 6-1. Davie fell to 7-4 overall and 4-3 in the CPC, but coach Sandra Boyette dwelled on the positives. . • Ashley Dowell and Lenh Oryder accounted'for the win at No. 3 doubles, 9-7. • Kate Bennett would not quit in a 6-7, 6-7 loss at No. 4 singles. "She had a good match,” Boyette snid. • Nadia Gregory put on a show during a 6-1 win in the first set at No.5. But she hurt her wrist and the injury ultimately took its toll as Gregory lost the sccond set 4-6 nnd the tiebreaker 0-10. “The longer she played, the worse it got,” Boyette said. ".She won the first set easy, but her right wrist was bothering her. Slie had that one under con­ trol, nnd I think she could have| won if she hadn’t been suffering with her wrist.” • Freshman Laura Kinder mnde her starting debut against' the top team in the conference. She hung around nnd plugged along in n 5-7,3-6 loss. Kinder played with Bennett in n 6-8 loss at No. 2 doubles. “She had a real good showing, considering it was her first match,” Boyette said. "She was definitely in the game. I think any time you win at least four games, you’re in the match.” Interestingly enough. Kinder was Bennett’s fifth doubles partner of the season. 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Davie’s Gabby Chaloupkova ended last week with a two- stroke lead over Victoria Allred of Reagan. Davie’s Caitlyn Brake is third and five off the pace. Three-time defending champion Kristi Ingram of Mt. Tabor is six back in fourth place. As a team in last week’s match at Reynolds Park, the War Eagles went 4-1 against the CPC for the second time in as many tries. Reagan liad 118, Davie 125, Reynolds 132, North JVs... Conthmcd From Pngc Bl that stunned Davie 21-14 in 2009. That was one of Bumgar­ ner’s six losses in four years. “They had 75 players dressed out, so they’ve got something going on over tiiere,” Bumgar­ ner said. "They did some things defensively that we haven’t seen. They ran a 3-4 and we hadn’t seen a lot of that. They ran a lot of cover two and disguised their coverages pretty good. It was a challenge for us offensively, and we weren’t able to get our run game going. We didn’t execute as well as I would like, but give Reagan some credit. “We battled enough to get aW.” Davie grabbed a 6-0 lead on its second play from scrimmage as Anthony mmbled 46 yards for the touchdown. “He broke a tackle on an in­ side zone play,” he said. “Then they tightened up. They blitzed us a lot.” Rengan took the halftime lead by retuming an interception to the house. Davie punted early in the third, but the defense got the ball Davidson 141, Mt. Tabor 145 nnd West Forsyth 146. Chaloupkova shocked the field with a 2-under 34. Brake finished In a three-way tie for fourth at 38. Davie’s third score came from Carmen Grubb (53). Rengan left with a 10-stroke lead over Davic, which leads third-place Reynolds by 33 shots. The girls battled it out in unpleasant conditions - a steady rain. “(The rain) let up every now and then, but there was usually a mist falling,” Davie coach Jerry Callison said. "But there were some good scores.” Chaloupkova carved out her amazing score beliind three bird­ ies and just one bogey. She bird- led two par-4s and one par-5. Brake was averaging 41.2 on the season before her season- best 38. Sho had one birdie. Her scorecard read straight 4s with the exception of a bogey on a par-5 in which the tee shot failed to carry the creek. “She hit a 5-wood off the tee. She probably should have gone ahead and hit driver,” Callison said, “It’s downhill and there’s a little creek down there, I think she was afraid of going in there with the driver, and she hit the 5-w'ood in the creek. But that bogey was a pretty good recov­ ery - after taking a penalty.” back. That’s when Davie drove for the game-winning touch­ down . The drive was a testament to Heaggins, who made a vital third-down catch before making a 15-yard TD reception. “He caiight a big third-and-12 pass and got the first down by half a yard,” Bumgarner said. “He’s been real steady. Last year he was a spot-duty guy. We had a lot of veterans in our receiving corps, so,he bided his time and never complained a bit - just worked hard. This year he earned a starting position.” In the end, Davie made it a little too exciting. After having a punt blocked earlier in the game, Davie botchçd another punt to give Reagan prime field position. Thé punter dropped the snap, and the Raiders took over nt the Davie 35 - albeit with only two minutes left and no timeouts. Howard, an outside llne- backcr/safety, finished things off with an interception. "The defense saved the day,” Bumgarner said. Linebacker Cody Hamptoii played another strong game. Davie also got key contribu­ tions from outside linebacker Sam Nesbit, a d-llne led b|r Kyle Bullins and d-lineman Alex Gobble, who forced and recovered a fumble with Davie trailing 7-6. “Nesbit made a lot of plays,” Bumgarner said. “Bullins and those guys up front (Cameron Peebles, Jamal Lackey and Gob­ ble) played another good game. Defensively we controlled the line of scrimmage.” Assistant coach Tim Dever­ icks added: “Bullins had a great game. He might not have had a lot of tackles, but he was really getting after it." Notes; When Gobble lines up for a play on special teams, there’s.no one more fun to wntch. He’s a mad man. “Every time we kick off nnd somebody steps up tp block him, they get destroyed,” Bumgarner said. "That’s a fnct. (When Thomas­ ville) tried to block him, four out i of five times the first thing that i hit the groimd was the .back of his helmet. The only time that didn’t hnppen, the guy dodged him,” •■A.».t, -Л ..T .. Real... Continued From Page Bl give him some plnys off and structure his reps in practice. But I think he’ll be good to go.” • Linebacker Jordnn Fnrmer took his game, to a new level ngainst Salisbury, piling up n career-best 16 tackles, includ­ ing 10 solos. "1 think this (3-5) defense we went to really feeds his strengths,” Illing snid. “He’s not having to plug a gap. Now he can run more freelance and has the ability to make a lot more plays. I think he was set D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - B 7 a lot of times to the call (ngainst Snlisbury). He was nnticipating what side they were going to based on strengths and tenden­ cies, and he had a lot more plays come to him.” • A loss to Snlisbury and a 1-5 record would have been a cnishing disappointment for the War Eagles. But they rallied in the fourth, and now their energy level will be skyrocket-high for Reynolds, “We were able to hang in there through adversity,” Illing said. “To be able to make a big play at the end to win was big both offensively nnd defen- sively." . One thing’s for stire: Reyn­ olds will not throw any talent nt Davie that Davie hasn’t seen many times. “A lot of people don’t realize that Salisbury was our fist game against a leam that wasn’t un­ defeated,” receiver coach Chris Callison said. "Everybody else wns undefeated when we played them.” • Davie can take comfort in the fnct the offensive line is coming off its finest effort; The unit of left tackle Trip McNeill, left guard Blake Hess, center Cole Blankenship, right guard Rickey Bell and right tncklc Jawaugn Arnold came together. Mick Spillman played some right guard. “That was the first week we had five offensive linemen at practice for all four days,” Illing said. “In the past we’d have somebody out and have to shuffle them around. Then you get an inconsistent com­ munication and feel for what you’re doing. You do more thinking than playing, (Against Salisbury) We looked like we were confident up front coming off the hnll,” • Davie learned during non- spariiGHT DropTlne Archery opens In Advance For anyone who has ever wanted to know or learn more about archery, DropTine Archery in Advance Is the place you need to be. Opening last August, DropTine Archery Is an 1800 square foot archery retail store complete with everything concern­ ing archery, Owned and operated by Pamela and Robert Brookman and Tim and Pam Burton, DropTine Archery is a full line archery pro shop, DropTine offers warranty service and re­ pair on the manufacturers equipment they sell. They offer shooting Instructions, archery rentals, layaway, gift certifi­ cates and financing, “We are big on helping kids learn the craft of archery ¿long with safety," explained BrooKman In a recent Inten/lew, “We believe In hunters helping kids," Brookman, who has 21 years of archery retail experience, managed some of the largest archery pro shops in North Carolina, He has also shot competitive 3D archery on a na­ tional level and Is a level II archery Instructor, Tim and Robert are also the founders of Tombstone Out­ door Archery Experience for kids. "My wife Pamela has also worked In the outdoor Indus­ try for years as an archery sales representative for a ma­ jor products distributor," Brookman noted. "She shot com­ petitive 3D archery traveling the southeast and competing against the worlds best archers." Burton has been an avid hunter since he was a Kid. He N O W O P E N Davic County’s onh Full Line Archery Pro Shop Tu0S-Frl 11-7, Sat 10-3 Closed Sunday & Monday 100 Webb Way, Advance • 336-940-3260 www.droplinearchery.com OuWoors A ll your travel needs from cruises to hunting trips.' 100 Webb Way, Advanco • 336-940-3254 www.tombstoneoutdoors.com grew up in Surry County and now lives in Stokes County. DropTine Is also getting Involved in “Hunters Helping Kids" by training kids how to shoot arrows and all-around hunting safety," said Burton. Tombstone Outdoors, a production company for Dirtnap TV, Is creating an archery adventure and hunting show that will run on the Sportsman’s channel in 2011. Tombstone Outdoors also operates Tombstone Travel Agency, a full sen/ice travel agency, specializing In hunting trips. DropTine Archery’s mission Is to promote and foster the sport of archery through education and application. They strive to preserve the history and tradition of archery by ed­ ucating others of its benefits and to be honest, ethical and show respect for the environment and Its wildlife. Some of the sen/ices that DropTine Archery offers are: • Arrow repair • Custom arrows • Bow tuning and repair • Hunting & target shooting consulting • Public & private lessons • String & Cable serving & repair • Bow preventative maintenance • Warranty sen/ice They also offer school discounts for archery clubs and teams. “We do anything we can to help the NRA shooting teams .in the local middle and high schools," said Brookman. DropTine Archery is located at 100 Webb Way In Advance. Their hours are Tuesday through Friday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm and Saturday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. 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I ; â Ashley Joyner (3) and the War Eagles celebrate a point during last week’s match. Big... .... Clara MacDonell goes low for a dig Continued From Page Bl Davic barely resembled the lenm thnt bent North Dnvidson when il traveled to West (7-5,3-3 CPC). West, which hns won l3ofl7in the series, blanked Dnvie for the second time this yenr. “We just couldn’t get any­ thing going enrly in each set,” Miller snid. "We plnyed cntchup the whole time. Our pnssing wns off on serve-rcceive, due partly to strong serving by West but nlso due to П' Inck of focus. We also hnd more hitting errors thnn usunl.” • Dnvie will hold the Dig for ihe Cure on Oct. 7 nt home. Wenr nn event T-shirt nnd get in free. There will be n triples tourna­ ment nnd n rnffie for prizes. Event T-shirts are on sale for $10. Contnct Miller nt millerb® dnvie.kl2.nc.us. All proceeds to benefit the Triad Affiliate of Women for the Cure, • Davie’s JV tenm bent North Dnvidson 2-0 for its fourth win in five mntches. But then Davie lost 2-1 to West Forsylh. The JV is 11-6,3-3. Junior Clara MacDonell follows through for a big kill. At right, sophomore Kristina Parrish digs the baii out of the net.- Photos by James Barringer Rachel Ruble hits for the JV, Alile Maine sets. Rachel Ruble hits as Allie Maine covers. At right, Kendal Tifft makes a pass. The JV’s record is 11-6 overall and 3-3 in the Central Piedmont Conference. 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Davis Mossmnn had n tremendous rnce, joining Johnny Zarbock, Alex Fleming and Jacob Whitaker in the under 18-minute club. Mossmnn improved 2:02 from his time last yenr nt the Wendy’s meet. Lnst year Mossmnn ran' yenr- round nnd hns certainly seen the benefits of thal. Davie now has four runners under 18. Zarbock (57th overall) bounced back from an off rnce at Boone, lowering his time from last yenr’s meet by one minute. He rnn a smart race nnd kicked il hnrd nl the finish. Davie has attended this meet since ‘05, and 25 of the 29 boys who ran this course ended with their best time of the season. In the open junior-senior race, Steriing Tkach finished 12.5th out of 350, finishing wilh his best time of the senson nl 19:17. “Sterling is one of our cnptnins nnd hns been n grent lender on the team,” conch Dnric Belter said. "He continues to improve and ran his personnl- record lime by 32 seconds. With so mnny athletes on the tenm, and only seven who are able to run in the vnrsity rnce al the conference meet, it is Importnnt that seniors like Steriing nnd Josh show the younger nthletes thnt everyone qii^the team has the opportunity to build on their best times.” A lot of people had much better limes than last year: •Jacob Whitaker by 1:02, Karch Arey 48 seconds, Juslin Johnson 1 ;48, Josh Oupton 2:29, Jimmy Piper 1:21, Mntthew Hursey 32 Gantt seconds and Samuel Newman 1:06. "It’s grent to see so mnny runners having such drastic improvements in tlieir times,” Belter, snid. “These guys nre running hard in the workouts and are seeing that work pay off. Qtipton dropped the most time. He is finishing his senior year and mnking sure he won’t Slabach hnve nny regrets.” The Dnvie giris pinced fourth out of 34 schools. "At different times of the yenr, botii Lake Norman and Providence hnve finished higher thnn our giris tenm,” Beiter snid, "So when the results were being announced, nnd Lake Norman was sixth nnd Providence wns fifth, coach (John) Clevenger and I became n little worried about where we finished. Finishing fourth out of such n lnrge field is a grent nccomplishmenl. Finishing ahead of two teams who havo lopped us enriier in the season shows the improvement that our tenm hns made,” Annn McBride finished eighth out of 191 runners with n time of 19:19, The time wns better thnn lnst yenr, but not ns good ns her lime enriier in the season on the same course, “Anna was extremely nervous prior to the start,” he said, “Going bnck to her freshman year, I have stressed two key components for Anna having the success thnt she wants nnd hns the nbility to nchieve. Those two keys nre to stny healthy nnd to have fun. She turned the rnce into too stressful of n situnlion, Annn will lenrn over time thnt she hns to just go out nnd run. Stressing before the race will just tnke nwny loo much of her energy. The girl from Lake Norman thnt Annn ran wilh at Statesville finished third inn time of 18:35, I know Annn can run with her, and thal is who she should be running with in these races. With thnt nil said, the team’s fourth-place finish would nol have happened without Anna’s eighth place overall.” . Blakely Gantt (24th overall), Kaitlyn Hutchins (27th) and Holly Thompson (29th) all finished within six seconds of ench other. "Il is great to have this group running strong,” he said, "I chnllenged this group to see if one of them could tnke the lend nnd move the pnck up. Knitlyn met thal challenge by going out strong and led the pnck for thei mnjority of the ince. Holly and Blnkeiy kept Kaitlyn in sight, nnd nt the finish, in the lnst 200 meters, Blnkeiy hnd a great kick lo catch up arid pass several girls, including Kaitlyn. in these large races, there nre several people finishing every second, and having a good sprint nl the end can be the difference of several places, Amy Steller cnme through in 68"' place, less than two minutes behind Anna to be our fifth runner, Allie Slabnch and Shelby Weatherman finished close together in 21:52 and 21:58 to complete our top seven.” Davie had four runners under 21. Last year it only had iwo athletes drop (jelow 21 during the entire season. Nineteen of the 35 runners hnd their best times ofthe senson, Allie Slnbach dropped two minutes from last year’s, time. Her times continue lo place her in the top seven, and she has made almost n niinute improvement from her personnl best of2009. Chelsea Whitaker led the way in the open race for Davie. Her,time of 22:19 was nlso'her best time of the yenr, coming down from 22:53. V a r s i t y S o c c e r T e a m D e v a s t a t e d B y I n j u r i e s Dnvie’s vnrsity soccer tenm has n long history of nightmnres in the CentrnI Piedmont Confer­ ence, nnd last week Davie had lo open lengue play ngninst West Forsyth nnd Mt. Tnbor. Thnt’s n difficult wny to start the CPC. Davie came in 2-40 against West since 1989 and 0-35 all time agninst Tnbor, The Wnr Engles were coming off a 5-7-1 showing in noncon­ ference - good for the most wins in four years - but they were pretty much helpless lo compete nt West and against visiting Tn­ bor, Both mntches ended up 5-0, extending Dnvie’s CPC losing streak to 14, What made the Wnr lEngles’ tnsk nil the hnrder is they’re a skeleton crew missing several plnyers wilh injuries. ■ "Going into the (West) gnme I didn’t renlly know what to ex- pccl with only two subs,” coach Lnnce Everette said. “With the people we’ve gol oul wilh injuries, we’re trying lo move people around to find something thnt works nnd we’re struggling right now to gel everybody iieaithy and get to where we were plnying before conference. It’s real frustmting. We’re trying to get things going, nnd it’s nol pnnning oul for us right now the wny we want it to.” Goalie Daniel Bates did as well ns Eyei'ette could expect. He can’t hold off teams of that caliber bul so long. "On at least three (West) goals, there was no wny for Dnniel to stop them the way the bnll wns plnyed,” Everette snid. “Their midfield really ,domi­ nated offensively. “(Against Tabor) it was de­ fensive stabbing that cost us probably two goals, and two came because people back side were jusl losing track of their man. There was maybe one or two that Daniel could have With Dnvie in a quick hole saved. When your defense gets and an underdog in maybe every beat and it’s the offensive player CPC match, there’s only one versus the goalie, the offensive thing it cnn do. player should score nine times “We’ve got lo continue to out of 10.” work nnd try to get better.” JV Soccer Slumps In CPC Start After n rousing 5-1-2 show­ ing in nonconference piny, the Davie J V soccer team came bnck to enrth lnst week. It wns the first week of the CentrnI Piedmont Conference, nnd Dnvie wns humbled by host West Forsyth (3-0) nnd visiting Mt,■Tabor (3-1), At West, the Wnr Engles were shut out for the first time. "Wo were disappointed," coach Jesse Ledbetter said. "It wns a tough tenm nnd we were in the rnin. (Wost) wns more prepared and hnd n home-field ndvantage. Our biggest chnl­ lenge wns mnking qunlity shots on gonl nnd putting them on frame,” Fullbacks Oniver Candido, Chariie Muchukot, Devon Du­ laney and Connor McManamy kept the match from getting out of hand, "They were hugo assets nnd kept the score down,” Ledbet­ ter said. "I look forwnrd to a different scenario next lime we play.” Against Tabor, Isnac Dunn created positive vibes by scoring a second-half goal on a break­ away and cutting the deficit lo 2-1. Unfortunately, the Spailans spoiled Dunn’s moment by an­ swering with a goal. " We had a lot of momentum until they scored n third goat,” he said. “We passed .the ball around well during the second . half nnd hnd more shots on goal. We played really woll, bul we gave up two fouls in the box lhat gave them two goals.” J Ч.-ïjWl. * J Л, CONSIDER YOUR O P T I O N S during this Medicare Advantage enrollment period! BCBSNC has the plan for you! $0 monthly premium plan available with prescription coverage’’^ PPO Enhanced Plan gives you the flexibility to see the doctor of your choice, for as little as $62.00^ a month premium Our network of contracted health care professionals and hospitals. Monthly premium plan available with prescription drug coverage'' Learn more. Attend an upcoming Medicare Advantage meeting. Wed.,0 ct13, 10:00 a.m. Davie County Public Library 371 North Main St. Mocksville (Off Hwy 158 turns into Main St.) Thurs., Oct. 14, 10:00 a.m. Kemersville YMCA 1113 W. 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U7208,7/10 ■ ' ' ^Y0079J945, CMS approved 082S2010 \ i I ti B I O - D A V I E C O U N T V E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 I'I < T h e C le m m o n s C o u rie r F all H om e Im provem ent Thursday, Oct. 7,2010 Page 2 D a v ie C o u n ty E n te rp ris e R e c o rd Make sure those smoke alarms are in working order The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recom­ mends smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside all sleeping areas, and on every level of the home, including the base­ ment. According to the NFPA, which develops NFPA 72, National Smoke Alarm Code, many homes still don’t have that level of protection. Unfor­ tunately, almost two-thirds of home fire deaths per year re­ sult from fires in homes with no smoke alarms at all or no working smoke alarms. “Many U.S. homes may still only have one smoke alarm,” says Lorraine Carli, NFPA’s vice president of communi­ cations. “That is simply not enough.” Smoke alarms must be installed in all bedrooms. not just near them, to ensure that everyone is alerted in time to escape safely, she said. Smoke alarms can cut the chance of dying in a fire in half, but they must be work­ ing properly lo do so. NFPA’s data shows that mnny homes have smoke alarms that aren’t working or maintained prop­ erly, usually because of miss­ ing, disconnected or dead bat­ teries. According to NFPA, inter­ connected smoke alarms of­ fer the best protection; when one sounds, they all do. This is particularly important in larger or multi-story homes, where the sound from distant smoke alarm? may be reduced to the point that it may not be loud enough to provide proper warning, especially for sleep­ ing individunis. -Intercon­ nected smoke alarms can be hard-wired or wireless bat­ tery-operated interconnected alarms are now available. NFPA offors the following tips for making sure smoke alarms are maintained and working properly; • Test smoke alarms at least once a month using the test button, nnd make sure every­ one in your home knows their sound. • If an alarm chirps, warning the battery is low, replace the battery right away. • Replace all smoke alarms, including alarms that use 10- year batteries nnd hard-wired alarms, when they’re 10 yenrs old (or sooner) if they do not respond properly when tested. Learn more at mvw.firepre- ventionweek.org. Fall a good time to maintain trees in the landscape Trees arc often overlooked during the summer when it comes to watering. 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Young trees planted in locations subject lo harsh weather should be staked un­ til their root balls have grown strong enough to support them. Protect against nibbling nnimals by placing a smnll fence around the base. Be sure to check with local jurisdictions on permits needed or other restrictions. Remove troublemakers If a tree is located next to a foundation, path or fence, or along an irrigation, sewer or utility line, fall is a good time ,to move it, or even remove it. To remove a tree quickly, nnd effortlessly, n chainsaw can be used to cut the tree down piece by piece (consult an arborist for larger projects or when tree falling has the potential to harm property or people). For safety and efficiency, keep the chain­ saw chain sharp. Prune Fall is the time lo prune most trees. 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Requiring little mnintennnce in the fnll, trees provide strong focal points to landscapes. De­ ciduous trees present colors and appearances throughout Ihc year, and evergreens breathe life and color year-round. Take care of your trees and you will enjoy them for years lo come. Article provided by OREGON. THIS TIME I WANT SOMETHING s T i H i : m m ^ Soiling Brand of Handheld ’ ' OutdoorPoworEqulpment ^ I i n A m e r i c a ! ' ■"'Number one selling brand" is based on syndicated ; Itwin Btoh Rasuarcli (cQmmaiclal landscapersl as well as i ’ Independent consumer research of 2009 U.S. sales and market share data for the gasollnB-pawared handheld qutdoor power equipment category combined sales to consumers and commorciai landscapois. 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When the couple moved into their new home on Cedar Ridge Road in Mocksville, the walk­ way wasn’t pretty. It wasn’t even safe. Greemann moved those stones to the side and started to work on the walkway. He removed the grass, He shov­ eled out the walkway, installed side rails nnd added leveling snnd. Then he went to work on the walkway. Using the same stones that had been haphaz­ ardly placed in a row, he cre­ nted n design. More than that, he created something his in-laws can be proud of. Their backyard went from “forlorn” to “lovely.” “He look the mater into his hands and built one of the most beautiful walkways in the area,” Malcolm Cummings said, “The pictures show the progression of the work, which wns literally done by one person. No, he is not in the constniction busi­ ness,' but all who see this testify that he did a beautiful job, “We’re greatly appreciative of this work.” Greemann stands beside the walkway he flnished. 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This reduces glucose production, which en­ ables the yellow, red, purple, and orange pigments to become visible during the fall. • Tiie weather can influence how brilliant the fall color is from year to yenr. The idenl weather conditions for brilliant red autumn colors are warm sunny dnys followed by cool nights with temperatures below 45 degrees. The explanntion of this occurrence is becnuse the warm, sunny days encourages glucose to be made in the fo­ liage, and then the cool nights prevents the glucose that was made from moving out of the leaves. Therefore, glucose is trapped in the lenves; the red pigment cnlled anthocyanin is . formed. Sun and shade can influence the variation of color from tree to tree. For example, leaves on a tree in direct sunlight may tum red, while leaves on the same tree that are shaded turn yellow. Soak away your tired, achy, muscles in a soothing, relaxing hot tub. Wake up refreshed, ready fo r a new day. 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To­ day's residential flooring mnkes ; a statement, not only of fashion, but of homeowner philosophy that transcends taste and space. ■ For example, floors to­ day feature recycled leathers- and suedes, woods that are not merely "exotic" but also "green,”; self-cleaning ceram­ ics, nnd carpets made from cpm sugars. For wood flooring, tropical looks tliat are environmen­ tally friendly are the rage ns mnnufncturcrs show an under­ standing of newly established environmental': standards. Hardwoods from sustainnble forests undergo natural staining and aging treatments that leave them looking much like their highly sought but endangered rainforest cousins. Unfinished vintage looks and high-gloss, piano-finish con­ temporary wood planks arc also growing in popularity. Coconut palm floors resembling zebra- wood nre n new trend - nnd they nre eco-friendly, durnble and affordable. The ever-populnr plush cnr- pet nppenrs in a wide variety ' of alternative and sustainable mnterinls and styles, including n new. luxurious hemp weave thnt looks and feels like silk and a cozy "fisherman-style" wool weave rug that's like a sumptu­ ous sweater for your floor. Neutrals will also hold their place in plush flooring but the color du jour in carpet and rugs is turquoise, bringing a clean, fresh representation of water and sky into the home. To add a bit of sparkle to your plush floors, n number of manufacturers hnve woven shiny tinsel into new carpets Prevent carbon monoxide poisoning Carbon monoxide kills hun­ dreds and sickens thousands of Americans every year. The poi­ sonous gas cannot be smelled, which is why mnny stntes re­ quire carbon monoxide detec­ tors in homes and apartment ■ buildings. A little planning combined with n smnll investment can, protect you nnd your fnmily from this odorless nnd invisible Jciller. Carbon monoxide fumes cnn come from mnny sources, in­ cluding stoves, faulty fumnces or cnr cxhnust. Thnt’s why you should hnve nil fuel burning npplinnces instnlled by profes- sionnls - nnd never use n stove or oven to heat a home. Techni­ cally, carbon monoxide is pro­ duced when fuels do not bum completely. Whether you use nnturnl gns, liquefied petroleum (LP gns) ; oil, kerosene or wood as fuel in your home, you are producing carbon monoxide. To delect this poisonous gas leaks consumers should equip their homes with carbon mon­ oxide detectors. “It is very important to hnve a carbon monoxide detector in your house," snid Allstate spokesman John Held. 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Test carbon monoxide detectors twice n yenr to mnke sure the circuitry is working. The Consumer Product Snfety Commission offers more informntion on the dan­ gers of carbon monoxide and the proper use of carbon mon­ oxide detectors on ,its website; http:llwww.cpsc.gov/cpscpiih/ p»h.'!/466,html. The particular risk carbon monoxide presents is that it can happen while you aré sleep- ing—people can liternlly sleep right through fntal poisoning with carbon monoxide. “You won’t know you are being poi­ soned until it’s too late,” warns Held. Other quick lips to remember are; • Never leave a car running in an attached garage, even wilh the garage door open. • Never use gas applianc­ es such as ranges, ovens, or clothes dryers for heating your home. / • Cnrbon monoxide detectors are made for boats and recre­ ational vehicles as well. ' and rugs. Giving American homes an international look for less, lam­ inated floors are made to look like exotic woods inspired by tropical varieties from Hawaii, Honduras and Africa. ' One new line of wood-look lami­ nates offers an altcmntive to timbers thnt cnn no longer be hnrvested without hnrming the environment-nnd brenking the law. Homeowners cnn enjoy nn exotic look underfoot without hnving to fenr for the rainfor­ ests becnuse of it. Tiles are nvnilable in every color, texture, shape and size imaginable. In fact, a rapidly developing trend in the cat­ egory is to design your own. Many companies are now of­ fering completely customizable tiles in a wide assortment of mnterinls and a rninbow nrrny of colors. Many will even crcr ate custom dyes for consumers who send in swatches of fabric or paint to be matched. Then there’s this feat for your feet; A new tile line in­ fused with antimicrobial pro­ tection that won't wash off or wear away provides a layer of defense from, stain- and odor- causing bacteria. The resilient category - which includes vinyl, cork nnd linoleum, nmong other surfaces - offers new looks that closely resemble travertine, limestone, concrete and slate but leave out the high price and high mainte­ nance. New lines of rich-look­ ing leather and suede tiles are made from recycled car seats and jackets. To help, you find flooring to suit your sense’ of style, the World Floor Covering Associa­ tion website, www.WFCAxirg, has answers to floor-covering questions. It also offers a prod­ uct catalog nnd practical tips on manufacturing details, variet­ ies and styles available, things to consider before you buy and how to prepare for installation, plus a database of retailers to help you find a store nearby. 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Clemmonsville Rond • Winston-Salem, NC www.blacksandco.com (336) 788-6411 VISA С б ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , ?' b i r v s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 / : í I . * ! il í í ll P e o p l e C o u p l e M a r r i e d I n J a m a i c a Lindsey Monet Hutchinson and Jacob Austin Garner, both of Wilmington, were united in marriage on May 20 at Tensing Pen Resort in Negril, Jamaica in a sunset ceremony on the cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sen. The Rev. Joseph Cnmpbell of­ ficiated. Wedding music Was provid­ ed by tho Cnbot Pnul Steel Pan Band nnd Island Soul Choir of Church of God in Hanover, Ja­ maica. The bride is the daughter of Betty Hutchinson and Don­ ald Hutchinson, both of Fay­ etteville. Her maternal grand­ parents are Mildred Hicks of Fayetteville nnd the late Mr. William Hicks. Paternal grand- porents are the late Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchinson Jr.. The bride graduated from Cape Fear High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in commu­ nications from East Carolina University. She is employed as a sales representative for Astra­ Zeneca in Wilmington The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gamer of Mocksville, He is the grandson of Dorothy Gamer and the late Cecil Gamer of Gaston and Mr. and Mrs. Graham Tunstall of Belhaven and Curnie Hopkins • of Brunswick, Ga. The groom graduated from Davie County High School and enmed a bach­ elor’s degree in constniction management from East Caro­ lina University. He is employed as a project manager with John S. Clark in Wilmington. The bride was escorted and given in marriage by her par­ ents. She wore a white Gavin Michaels strapless silk dupoini gown. It featured a sweetheart neckline wilh a ruched bodice Mr. a n d M rs. Ja co b A ustin G arner which opened to pleats on the side of the skirt and back of the chapel length train. A Paloma chapel length veil wilh a sntin edge complimented her gown. She carried a bouquet of phn- leonopsis orchids wrapped in white satin ribbon. , The maid of honor wns San­ dra Hicks, the bride’s ount, of Greensboro. Bridesmaids were Christie Jones of Norfolk, Vn., Brianne Kelso of Chatlolle and Ashley Moser of Ml Airy, Hon­ orary bridesmaids were Lisa Lucas and Melisa IVndall, both of Fayetteville, and Rebecca Frazier of Chariotte. The best' man was the groom’s father, Dick Garner of Mocksville. Groomsmen were Dave Poplin of Raleigh, Philip Nesheim of Wilmington and Adam ^ain of High Point. Honorary groomsmen were Ty­ ler Bumgarner of Norfolk, Va., Lee Tillett of Raleigh nnd Jared Moser of Mt. Airy. Following the ceremony, the bride’s parents hosted a cock­ tail hour pool side to the mu­ sic of the Cabot Paul Steel Pan Bnnd. Dinner and dancing were held at the Tensing Pen Resort Lodge. Entertainment for the evening was provided by DJ Paul Dilworth of Sound Illu­ sions in Negril, The wedding was directed by Evelyn Smith of Negril, Jamaica. A rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom’s parents, was held at Rockhouse Resort and Restaurant in Negril, Jamaica on the eve of Ihe wedding. After a honeymoon trip to Pnlm Island Resort in St. Vin­ cents and the Grenadines, a cel­ ebration of their marriage was held on July 31 nl the River Room in Wilmington, The cou­ ple will reside in Wilmington, Social Events • On Dec, 12,2009, and en­ gagement party was hosted by Christie Jones nnd Paula and Perry Dunkum nl Ihe couple’s home in Wilmington. • March 27, a bridal shower was hosted by Snndra Hicks, the bride’s aunt, in Greensboro. ■ • March 28, a bridal shower to honor the couple, was hosted' by Hardison United Methodist Women and Ladies’ Circle at the Hardison UMC Family Life Center. • On Mny 20, n lunchcon to honor tho brideshiaids and out of town guests was hosted by the bride’s parents nt the Lodge nl Tensing Pen Resort. • On May 20, a golf outing to honor Ihe groomsmen and oul of town guests was hosted by Ihe groom’s parents at Ne­ gril Hills Golf Club. H E A L I N G W O U N D S I S If you have a wound that isn’t healing lil<e it should, you deserve special treatment. The Wound Healing Center at Davis Regional Medical Center specializes in the latest treatments and techniques for hard-to-heal wounds, including hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Our si<iiied physicians are experts In the field and wori< in tandem with your primary physician to get you bacl< to your life. ROBERT ARYEETEY,M.D.GERALD COCHRAN, M.D.TRISHWANTGAflCHA,M.D.JOHN NICHOLSON, M.O. i'l „.«.J . " Л PAULSWANEY.M.D.MARCUS WASHINGTON, M.D. ANTHONY ZOUO, D.O. Wound Healing C enter ^ D Ä V I S R E G IO N A L Ш :Our oah:ls covered by m ost Insurance plans and Medicare, For an appointment, call 704-838-7461 ■218 Old Mocksville Road 1-40, Exit 154, Statesville P r e s t o n - B l a k l e y E n g a g e m e n t A n n o u n c e d Brendn and Chris Culler of Mocksville nnnounce the engnge­ ment of their daughter, Ashlea Nichole Preston to Christopher Lane Blakley, the son of Dena and Tony Wilson of Mocksville nnd Ihe late Mark Allen Blakley. ' Tho bride-elect is a 2007 graduate of Davie High School. The groom-to-be, the grandson of Ann nnd Allen Blakley of Mocks­ ville, is a 2004 graduate of Dnvie High School. A June 11,2011 wedding is planned nt Sandals Resort, Jamai­ ca. S i g n U p N o w F o r R è e R i n g P o n g T o u r n a m e n t Aping pong toumament will be held nt 5 p.m. Mondny,Oct. 25 at Ihe Brock Gym off North Mnin Street in Mocksville. Cost: $5. Pre-register by Ocl. 20 wilh Snndra Boyette at 751- 2325. F is h F r y To B e n e fit O rp h a n a g e A “Fish Fry by Ted” will be held Oct. 9,5-11 p.m. at Harmon Masonic Lodge nt Rny T. Moore nnd Coiutiiey Huntsville ronds in Yndkin Counly. Donntions will be acccpled I'or the Oxford Orphnnage. A d v a n c e B e n e f i t C a r , T r a c t o r S h o w S a t u r d a y The Advnnce Benefit Cnr & Trnclor Show will be held on Snl- iirdny,Oct. 9 al Shady Qrove Elementary School. There will be trophies for the lop 25, including best of show, best Chevrolet, best Ford, best non-Chevy OM, besl import, best orphan, best Mopar, best trnctor and best paint. Tractors will be nllowed on a trailer, cars will not. Gntes open at 10 a.m. Food will be avnilable. There will be door prizes nnd n 50-50 drnwing. To lenrn more, call Terry Brnnch nt 998-6136. Proceeds will go to veternns and n needy couple in the community. T a k i n g I n T h e S c e n e r y A n n u a l F a l l T r a c t o r R i d e S a t u r d a y I n C o o l e e m e e The 4"' Annual Fall Charity Trnctor Ride and Tractor Show will be Snturdny, Ocl 9 hosted by the Cooleemee Civitnn Club. The 35-plus mile tractor ride for chnrily will tour southwest­ ern Davie and eastern Rownn counties. “This trnctor ride will al­ low us to enjoy some different scenery nnd notice thing we would normnlly miss traveling nl a faster pace,” said William Davis. "We will make a couple of pit stops to fellowship with each other, check oul every­ one’s tractor, get' n snack and use the facilities.” There will be a tractor show for the folks who don’t wnnt to make the ride but would like to show their tractors. Money will got to participants’ favorite charilies. Entry fee is $20. There will be sausage bis­ cuits and coffee, hotdogs and ‘ % drinks, phis doors prizes, Den­ nis Cnrpenter tractor catalogs and “Red Belly” posters. The ride will start and finish at the Cooleemee Civitan Ar­ bor just inside the city limits on NC 801. Registrntion and sing­ ing will stnrt at 8 n.m. The ride will lenve Cooleemee between 9 and 9:15, A sepnrate event will be held at Ihe Civitan Arbor during the trnctor show, fresh off the pit pork barbeque will be for sale. "So shine up your trnctor, pack a stack for the ride, make plans to come oul for something thnt should prove lo be n grent time and support your favorite charity, Dnvis said. Ride niles,. application, route and a list of charities can be found nl www.cooleemeevic- ilans.com, or by calling 284- 2975, 284-4167 or sending nn email lo cooleemeeciv®yadtel. net. Domestic Abuse Agency Ready To Fight Problem D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - C 7 Throughout October, victims of domestic abuse are recognized by the staff and volunteers of Davie Domestic Violence Services and Rape Crisis Center (DDVS/RCC) Agency members are ■ avaiiable to talk lo community groups to encourage them lo support victims of domesiic violence and to inform Ihem of the many reasons why victims remain in these toxic relationships. The agency brochures states, “Love Should Not -Hurt”; however, il often does when one partner tries to maintain control over Ihe olher. According to the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence, there havo been 50 domestic violence homicides in Ihe slate this year. “This does nol begin lo capture the number of victims who suffer daily from emotional, financial, psychological, religious or physical abuse,” Hendricks said. “Please open your eyes to those around you..” Dario Beiter, Jeff Wallace, Heath Slabach, Lal<e Slabach, Allie Slabach, Angie Slabach, Emma Slabach, Gary Giabach Jimmy Myers honor Lai<e’s selection as Hilisdaie Sunrise Rotary Student of the Month. | R o t a r y N a m e s L a k e S l a b a c h S t u d e n t O f T h e M o n t h Lake Slabach has been named Hillsdale Sunrise Rotary Club’s first recipient of Ihe Student of Ihe Month aword. He is the son of Gary and Angie Slabach of Beach Music Show Is Next Saturday The Part Time Party Time Band will play for Ihe Junker's Outdoor Tliealer beach night on Saturday, Oct. 16 from 7-9:30 p.m. The show at Ihe venue in Downtown Mocksville is re­ scheduled from a roin-oul in September. The Four Oaks Festival will be held from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9 wilh a craft fair downtown and all-day en­ tertainment at Junker’s Mill, including Bent Niclcel, The Brylecremes and Five Fighting Irish. There will also be a chil­ dren’s area. To leam more, visit wvvv./iis- loricdowntownmocksville.com or call 909-2263. S u d o k u 1 2 3 2 4 5 3 6 7 8 4 1 3 3 2 9 4 3 7 9 3 1 4 6 5 6 4 8 S olutio n O n P ag e C l l Hi Everyone My name Is Braydon Tim­ othy Shinault. I was born August the 19lh at Forsyth Mcdlcal Center. I weighed 8 lbs. 6.4 oz. and wns 21 and 1/2 inches. My parents arc Julie Re­ nee Thomasson and Timmy Shinault. I have two sisters, Alyssa Thomasson, 14, and Riley Shinault, age 1. My ma­ ternal grandparents are Kim and Shelia Young. My pater­ nal grandparents are Terry and Ihe late Wayne Higgins, and the late Larry Shinault, all flrom Mocksville. My maternal great-grand­ parents are Sadie Burton of Mocksville and Worth and Janice Snipes of Erwin, NC. My great, great grandpar­ ents arc George and the late Thelma Johnson, also from Erwin. My paternal great grand­ mother Ls Mamie Dale Bowles Hauser, also from Mocks­ ville. C r o s s w o r d P u z z l e P^tty Cash ACROSS 1. Declines, to a Wall Streeter 5. Crooner Jerry 9. Knock-_ 14 . -à-porter (ready-to-wear clothing) 15. Agenda listing 16. Like many seals 17. Ides of March rebuke 18. Designer Chanel 19. Belgian battio site 20. Adds to the language, in a way 23. Teacher portrayed by Kaplan 24. Thus far 25. Polo Grounds legend 28. Narc’s find 31. Baseball , yearbook page 33. Wagering loc. 36.__club (singers’ group) 38. _ Dame (French cathedral) 39. Purpose of a trip, perhaps 43. Old Testament • book 44. Kett of old comics 45. They follow dos 46. Political refugee 48. Monica of tennis 51. Cartoon Chihuahua 52. Grapefruit league loc. 54. Regales ■ 58. Bit of ammo for the Lone Ranger 61. Nominee list 64. Neighborhood • 65. The O'Hara home 66. Go by tandem 67. Enjoys brandy 68. Related 69. Tony or Oscar 70. New Age musician John 71. Privation DOWN 1. Tiny bit 2. _-Detoo ("Star Wars" android) 3. "Understand?" 4. Doubles' Jobs 5. Cleric's residence 6. Perched upon 7. Poland's Walesa 8. Atlanta university 9. Mack Sennett's studio 10. Back of the neck 11. Drop an easy one 12. Shoebox letters 13. Cavlty-flller's deg. 21. Putin rollers 22 . LIngus 25. Playful mammal 26. _ Haute 27. Deuce toppers 29 . gin fizz 30. Tests for weight 32. Ill, to Jr. 33. Autumn color 34. Jim in the 500- homer club 35. Washbowl 37. Italy's Villa d '_ 40. Battery term, 41. Jim Davis cat 42. Durante's "Mrs." 47. Conduit bend 49. Cassowary kin 50. Ottoman ruler 53. Nautical "Haiti" 55. Satisfy, as thirst 56. Creepy 57. Cede one's seat 58. Brigadier general's Insignia 59. Toledo's lake 60. Gym Iterations 61. Mineral spring site 62. "Ben-Hur" novelist Wallace 63. Critic__Louise Huxtable Advance. Lake and his family attended the club’s meeting on Sept. 30 lo accept the award. Lake is a senior at Davie High School and has excelled in academ­ ics, athletics, and service to his community. He is a scholar athlete, con­ sistently in tho top five percent of his class whilo participating in basketball, cross country, and track. He is a member of the National Honor Society, Sports Leadership Club, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He is Ihe president of his youtli group at Hillsdale United Methodist Church. Lake has narrowed his college search to Iwo choices and intends to pur­ sue a degree in business. DCHS Principal Jeff Wal-i lace and Lake’s cross country' coach Daric Belter were pres-', ent to celebrate this honor. Film W esley’ To Be Shown At 1st Methodist The award-winning independent film “Wesley” will be Ihe featured entertainment al a special event on Saturday, Oct. 23 to raise funds for holiday mission projects in Ihe community sponsored by the Pacesetters Sunday School Clnss at First United Methodist Church of Mocksville. This will be the firsl screening of Ihe inlemntionolly recognized movie in this area. Tho movie, released in 2009, documents the personal simggles of John Wesley, whoso work and ministry would transform Ihe face of England in Ihe 18"' century. “Through Ihese, we experience the young Wesley’s doubts, simggles and the heart-wrenching search for peace that haunted him even as. he poured himself into a life of service and evangelism,” said Angie Jordan. “Now, for Ihe flrst time, Wesley’s fascinating spiritual stmgglo is presenled in this award-winning feature film based on John’s own private joumals.” These joumals, kept in a secret code, were not translated until. Ihe early 1980s; previous books and one 1950s feature film were based only on Ihe public record, and did nol have access to Ihe private thoughts and doubts of this great spiritual leader. Young John Wesley works hard to earn his own salvation, but cannot find lasting pence. His headstrong ways and self- righteous attitude brings conflict and rejection wherever ho goes. Follow his joumey across the stormy seas lo tho colony of Georgia where he fails as an evangelist, while breaking the heart of Ihe beautiful Sophy. In defeat, Ihe newly humbled Wesley returns to England in search of genuine faith - and the discovery of God’s grace. “John Wesley is known as the spiritual father of Methodism. A nsw ers O n P ag e C l l David and NIcolc Koontz announce the birth of their son, Nathan Harrison Koontz. He was born on Friday, Sep­ tember, 24,2010 at 4:06 pjn. at Iredell Memorial Hospital In Statesville. He weighed 7 pounds 5 ounces and was 21.5 inches long. In addition to his parents, he was welcomed to the world by his big brother Dylan and big sister Annal Maternal grandparents are Hal and Cherie Monsees of Mocksville. Paternal grandparents are Helen Myers and Bill Koontz, both of Mocksville. T His heartfelt simggles, his passion for authentic fnith expressing itself through meaningful kingdom work, and his message of saving grace resonate wilh nudiences of all ages and denominations,” Jordan said. The movie has been featured al several inlemaiionnl film festivals, including the Gideon Film Feslival, the International Christian Film Festival in Wales, the Heart, of England Film Festival in Iho UK, Iho Phoenix Iniemaiional Christian Film Festival, and the CEVMA Film Feslival in Milan, Italy. It has won a number of awards, including the Silver Telly Award in the “Religion and Spirituality” category and the Silver Crown for “Besl Picture” at the Iniemaiional Christian Visual Media Association’s nnnuni Crown Awards. Unusual for n Christian fllm, Ihe movie hns won recognition for, cinematography and speciar effects, including the Americnn; Pixel Acndemy’s FEXY Awards for COI effects. ; | Tho special fundraising; screening is hold by, arrangement with Foundcry; Pictures. The event is free and: open to the public; a freewill; love offering will be taken to! raise money for outreach and; mission projects sponsored by; tho Pacesetters. Each holiday| season, this class supports a holidny parly for children and families of inmates through the; Prison Ministry, nnd the class, also supports locnl prograins' for needy families in tli^' community around the holidnyi; The movie, which is about Ij hours in length, will be shown at 7 p.m. nl the Family Life Center- on North Main Street. Formoro; informntion, contact 751-2503, www.firstiimcmocksville.org. RABIESCLINIC Thursday, Oct. 7 • 9am-12pm Friday, Oct. 8 • 9am<5pm Saturday, Oct. 9 • 9am-12pm > Call tor an Appointment or Walk-Ins Welcomed • fli/locksville Animal Hospital 1138 Salisbury Road • 753-8438 (close to Davle High) C h ild ren ’s C lo th in g & E q u ip m en t S A L E S p o n so red b y Blaise B aptist M OPS (M others o f P reschoolersj F r i d a y , O c t o b e r 1 5 9 a m - N o o n & 5pnn - 8 p m 1/2 price sale on S a tu rd a y , O c to b e r 16 8 a m - N o o n Please n o te o u r NEW LOCATION: B laise B aptist C h u rc ti 134 Blaise C h u rc ii R oad fv\ocksville N C 27028 For m ore Info call Blaise Baptist Church: 336.751.3639 êxxz> » . Ч 'ч v.» i * ! ' , 'v< t :V :•. vv :.V t>C8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Oct. 7,2010 Sheffield-Calahaln News , By Janice Jordan Sheffield-Calnhain Correspondentzr> 'a;Even without a named hurri- Sane, most of the área received will be luncK, raffles, prizes, n Creative Memories consultant, and items for sale. The PTO will receive a percentage of the proceeds. Call 492-6364 if you are interested in participating ^plenty of rain during the last or have other questions. ^^days of September. Everyone The Sheffield-Calahaln - ’'is grateful that all of it did not Community Center will have a she, too was a beautiful baby with lots bf black hair looking much like her own daughter does now. Calnhaln Friendship Bap­ tist Church invites everyone to homecoming and revival on Sunday, Oct. 10. Lunch will be enjoyed following the morning worship service. The Rev. Tonyarrive on the same day. Our Game Night on Nov. 5. It will ‘^■'weather hns been anytliing but be n specinl Christmas edition Bunton from Statesville will be ' predictnble, but so fnr no one of the games usunlly offered, the speaker. Sundny evening’s so the prizes will be extra nice. More informntion will be pro­ vided ns the date gets closer. , The musicians of Crusher ' has complained too much nbout ' leaving the 90-plus degree tem- ^•^^peratures behind'for a while. The weather for Sheffield- '■"Calahnln Volunteer Fire De- Run invite you to henr them on _^j'partment’s fall barbeque fund- Saturday, Oct. 9 \yhen they play ^ raiser on Saturday fit the bill nt the New River Community jjperfectly. The turn-out and sup- College in Dublin, Va. from . port were exceptional. 6-6:45 p.m. nnd 7:30-8; 15 p.m. The firefighters, nuxlliary, Harold Bumgnrner nnd .si,nnd volunteers from the com­ munity all worked hard, many Friends played for a second week in a row at the Sheffield Music Hall Inst Snturdny eve-^"behind the scenes, for severnl , ^^dnys prior ns well as on tlie ning, but band member, Mona day of the meal to pull every- Jo Griffin, was away again " ,thing together. The food was a “’ a success, except for being un^ ’'■'able to serve the people who ar- ‘.’■'nved ofter the food was gone. Regretfully, the department ' 'js limited on the amount of „ . '^‘food thnt cnn be cooked during many in the crowd participated, ’ the overnight period leading up including the kids. Jody Ren- ■'to viihen it is ready to serve. The egar was thanked for baking a sell-out, making the fundraiser playing with Carolina Rose Bnnd, this time in Nashville. Larry Jurney filled in and did a wonderful job singing and playing the banjo. John Henry Reeves pleased eveiyone by cniling the squnre dnnces, and (IVicookers were all filled to capac­ ity on the preceding night. The lemon pound cake for the cnke walk which was won by Polly service will begin at 7 nnd ad­ ditional services will nm Mon- dny-Wednesdny nt 7:30 nightly. Special singing will be enjoyed nt each service. They ask that you add these people from their church to your prnyer list; Pnt Gobble, Melody Wngner, Tom Wright, Rose Wright, and Ten­ nyson Anderson. Additional nathes from the community for consideration arc: Junior Dys­ on, David Richardson, Norman Richardson, Lena Mae Allen, David Allen, Hnzel Frye, plus any others in our communities who have health issues and all those who have been victims of crime. Your prnyers arc also nsked for our law enforcement members as they face their dai­ ly challenges. There are several fall wed­ ding anniversaries this week be­ ginning on Oct. 7 with Delbert and Wendy Ramsey’s and Todd and Shelly Corvin’s. Clinton >> ■У'•'•¿¿‘■"A.*-; Sheffield's Steve Mason is on a winning streak this racing season. "^ pork and chicken require the Thompson. Yvonne Richardson and Holly McDaniel and Roy long, slow fire to produce the . tasty result that has become so ''' populnr with the community. '^jiEverj'one’s support was greatly ' ‘appreciated. My thanks go lo Brandi .Drye for supplying photos of the event. Within a Httle more thnn y week, the fire department ^Vill present its Second Annunl won the free pnss nnd Cody Ferguson won the children’s free pnss, ns well ns the hnlf and half drawing. At 13 years old, Cody does an impressive squnre dnnce and n grent jpb clogging. JoAnn Renegnr’s brother, Rny Livengood, needs ndditionnl prnyers, as he is home again after undergoing more surgery. Scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 9 and Melody Wagner celebrate anniversnries on Oct. 9. Oct. 10 are anniversaries for Tennyson and Shirley Anderson and Ter­ ry and Kerri Trivette. Birthdays for the week are Landon Ot­ tone and Lynn Lnws on the 7th; Wincie Reavis on the 9th; Amy Kenton, Thmmy Bryson, nnd Lee Bnmey on the lOth; Justin Dnywnlt on the 12th; and Deb-I« v .a v m U» u u w u iiu r \ im u iii OCilCU UlVU lU I W U l. У L /liy w u u ÜI1 UlC l^ U i; JinU L/CD- Womanless Benuty Pngennt nt is SugnrLonf Ramblers. Every- bie Hobbs, Wanda Bniley, nnd Jnyme Devnult on the 13th. The Republicnn Men’s Fed­ eration co-sponsored a fish fry with Sheriff Andy Stokes nt the picnic grounds on Fridny eve- ' the stntion nt 435 Dyson Rond, one is invited to find out whnt '•'On Oct. 16 will be a supper of the fun is all about nt the Shef- H'^hicken stew, chili benns, nnd field Music Hnll.' ^^^iother accompaniments, com- Ijames Bnptist Church hns . Tbined with the show for $ 10 per begun its collection of new toys Hl'jperson or $5 per person for Ihe. and monetary donations for ning, Oct. I. J.T. nnd Marthn ■'show only. Arrive enrly for the (he South Yndkin Bnptist As- Smith attended, ns did Jim nnd sociation Toy Store. This will continue through Nov. 14. Col­ lections for Snmnritnn’s Purse shoe boxes will be held' on Oct. 17. Church members look Viibest sents. Serving of the menl starts at 5:30 with the show be- ■girining at 7. It will be an eve- *'"'ning of lots of Inughter.provld- ed by the brnve men from Da- %ie County who hnve ngreed to forward to n community wide pnrticipnte ns chnracters in tlie chicken stew nnd fall festival " show. The profits will be used with games planned for Oct. 'to help pay expenses for the 23 beginning with the serv- annunl Children’s Christmas ing of stew at 5. Everyone in ‘'Party in December, kaffie tick- the community is invited. You els are being sold by firefight- are asked to bring your lawn "'^‘'ers and auxiliary members wilh chnir and n fnvorite dessert to '^proceeds benefiting the nnnuni shnre. The youth of Ijnmes nt- Hi children’s pnrty. The rnffie win- ‘.’ner will receive n Remington , '^Model 11-87 Sportsman Camo “12-gauge nutomatic shotgun 'with a 28 inch vent rib barrel,)tli; .be •‘.“Mossy 3 inch chamber, and in the Oak New , Break Up ji,finish. The drawirtg will take “place on Sundny, Dec. 5 during ‘■'the pnrty nt the fire stntion, but _j, the,winner does not hnve to be '^'present. Rnffle tickets will be sold for $1 ench or 12 for $10. For other questions, contnct Brnndi Drye at 462-1416. Sheffield-Cninhnin firefight­ ers will ngnin cook Boston Butts pork roasts for Thanks­ giving. Still only $20 each, you should order by Nov. 15 at the latest. They will be ready for pick up on Nov. 24 between 4 nnd 6 p.m. Contnct nny of the ‘ firefighters to purchnse a ticket, ior cail Teresa Campbell nt 704- •546-5603. An all dny Cropping for the jCure Scrnpbook event thnl will ¡benefit the Susan G. Komen SFoundation anti the W.R. Dnvie Elementary School PTO will be Saturdny, Oct. 16 nt the school starting nt 10 a.m. Registration tended the Dixie Clnssic Fnir on Sunday nfternoon with their leaders, Todd nnd Shnron Mc­ Daniel. Enriier nt Ihe worship service, everyone enjoyed see­ ing Nicole Blnckwelder Hnr­ ris who brought her new bnby, Reese, The infant slept through the service while being held by her grandmother, Mnry Blnck­ welder. Mnny church members remember Nicole nt thnt nge, as Pnt Reilly. Pnmein Brnnhnm wns nmong the volunteers who helped lo serve. The men will hold a chicken stew nt the snme locntion on Oct. 23. They are selling raffle tickets for four guns nnd a crossbow. Locnl resident. Mike Branliam is a member. He or any other mem­ bers can be contacted for infor­ mntion nbout these projects. Steve Mnson hns been rne- ing his motor bike this season with Ihe N.C. Hare Scramble Association and hns a big winr ning strenk going, having won his lnst four rnces. Wilh four more rnces remnining, he is only two points nway from winning the season. Steve nnd his proud wife, Cheri, nre Shef­ field residents. Contnct me by emniling y'l»/- jonlan@hotmail.com or call 492-5836 with informntion for our column. ¡Three year old Colt Melton, son of Robbie and Kayla Melton, likes sitting on Sheffleld-Calahaln’s fire truck during the bar­ beque supper. Sheffield-Calahaln Fire Chief David Beck collects money for the station’s barbeque supper. ■ Paul Beck is in the middle of the fire department kitchen with, from left, Sharon Lawson, Ashley Fulp, Summer Lawson, Betty Beck and Amy Trent. dendline is Oct. 9. Fentured Sheffield firefighters Josh Beaver (left) and Nathan Serving take-out customers' are, from ieft, Lucille Myers, Karen Whitaker Ellie South direct parking at the department's fundraiser. Drye, Teresa Campbell, and Jerry Keller. ' D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - C 9 Cooleemee News Mike Garner, Deondre Johnson and Daphne Beck participate In Big Sweep. Statesviiie Transmission took home first in a Cooieemee softball tournament. By Knrcn Chundlcr Smith Cooleemee Correspondent ^0n Sundny, 1 pncked up my iMac and headed for my Tree- house. I look nil of my photo prints, a small rug and my notes for next week’s column. As I was driving slowly down Watt Street, I saw a mnn wenring n pinid jncket, jenns and boots. Ahh, fall hns finnlly arrived nnd the cool nir quickly rejuvenates my soul. Johii wns in his ynrd again digging up this and that and moving them to where he thought wns a better place for it to flourish. My next-door neighbor in Lexington gnve me some vniunble ndvice one time. I hnd bought something and 1 couldn’t make up my mind where I wnnted to put it and she snid, “if you don’t like where it is, just move it to nnother place later." She said she did it nil the lime. Whnt fun to receive some irises from John’s ynril, they were from my grandmother’s home, Cosby Sales, and I will plant tliem nt my Trechouse. Irish got some goodies too nnd while she stnyed to help John in his ynrd, he later went down to hers nnd helped her move n few things nround nnd pinnted the irises he had given her. That is what it’s all nbout, fnmily helping nnd sharing with one another. The 4th Annual Fnll Charity Tractor Ride and Show is Sat­ urdny, Ocl. 9 nl the Cooleemee Civitnn Arbor on NC 801 North. A 35-mile trnctor ride is for charily and Ihe tour in­ cludes Southwestern Davie and Eastern Rowan counties. Your tax-deductible check is written to your favorite charity for $20. There will be sausage biscuits and coffee, hot dogs and drinks, plus door prizes and Dennis Carpenter tractor catalogs and “Red Belly" posters. There will be pit cooked pork barbecue for sale. The campers were back at the Cooleemee ballpark for an­ other all nighter softball tour­ nament. Hamburgers, hotdogs, country ham biscuits, sausage and egg biscuits, hot coffce, hot chocolate, snacks and drinks were available at the conces­ sion stand. Larry Thies said tliere were at least 500 people at the ballpark off and on, they were sleeping in their cars, under the trees and some had tents. Ten teams were involved in the tourijarhent. Each wns guaranteed four games with 26 games played and there is only 2-5 minutes between games. The Statesville Transmission team won first place and they played throughout the 24 hours. The players were; Keith Ayers, Scott Wiggins, Jamie Bare, Greg Bates, Chris Chilton, Bri­ an Carter, Malt Haines, Scott Cline, Drew Burris, and Alan Reed, Travis Jenkins, Roger ( The E&R Golf Cart team was second in the all-night softbaii tournament.Cooleemee’s new t-shirt is for sale. Can you name these young football players from Cooleemee teams of the past ? The names will be printed next week. Four Comers News Jenkins and Dean Pitts. Chad Stewart was the sponsor. \ The second place team was the Haw Creek Farms: Jess Maloney, Warn Young, Gregg Blevins, Mitch Jenkins, Justin Walker, Shaw Winble, Chns Kelly, TVler Morgan and Levi Reynolds. The third place team was E&R Golf Carts: Robbie Thies, Todd Lagle,Ray Tutterow,TVler Wooten Junior Hendren, Brian Campbell, Terry Leonard, Tony Leonard, Chris Almond, James Whitaker, and Andrew Beck. Austin Thies, Justin Lagle and Camden Leonard were the little boys holding the winning tro­ phy in the group picture. Not pictured were Jack Fowler and Matt Childress. Once a year, countywide, there is a Big Sweep event that takes place in surrounding parks. On Saturday, Daphne Beck, the president of Cool­ eemee’s River Park, was pick­ ing up trash along the roadside leading into Ihe park. She was accompanied by Mike Oamer, who is on the River Park board and is Mocksville’s park and recreation director and also De­ ondre Johnson, 17. Three peo­ ple from South Davie entered the Yadkin at the Cooleemee trestle and were traveling down the'river to pick up trash along the banks and exit right before Ihe dam at the River Park. The clean up day for fall is set for Monday-Wednesday Oct. 18-20. Please check with Town Hall about specific items that can be picked up. The Sth Annunl Catfish Fry is scheduled for Oct. 16 from 11 n.m.-2 ||).m. You have never been to Ihe Bull Hole or have never had a taste of the catfish cooked at the park, you must come. The best looking guys in Cooleemee do the cooking and many adorable people will be serving. What a great time to come and have fellowship with old friends and new while listening to bluegrass music by the Little Brook Band. The Textile Heritage Week is an annual commemoration of the lives of southern cotton mill people and is sponsored by The Southem Textile Heritage Corridor, which began in 2007 by the Textile Heritage Cen­ ter in Cooleemee. Thursday, Cooiedme'e fifth graders will arrive at the Legion Cemetery on Thursdny al 11 a.m. where storytellers will be telling about their background of living in old Cooleemee. Jim Rumiey will be taking lo students about the many unmarked graves that are located there and talking about how the graveyard got started, Davie Senior Chorus will sing a few tunes and a memory cir­ cle is formed as a closing of Ihe event and those who wish can sing Amazing Orace. Contact me at cool- eemeenews@gmail.com or 336.250.1133. P h ilC a r A u to m o tiv e & T ir e By Mnrlc 'While Four Corners Correspondent A large crowd nttended the homecoming service Simday nt Courtney Bnptist Church. Bettie Smith hns returned home after spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hnmm at Cnrolinn Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Joe White at­ tended the nnnuni chicken stew Snturdny nl the home of Frnn­ ces Gough in Lewisville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Grndy Beck at­ tended the Dixie Clnssic Fair in Winston-Snlem on Friday. We extend our sincere sym- pnthy to the Denn Norris family in the loss of Dean. Your Full Service Vehicle Maintenance Center • CE^IFlEO CNCqKl^m^ • GARIMB PR0FE9SI0NAL SERVICE • TIRE SUES, SERVICE MS WHEEL 1628 Hwy.'601 S. • Mocksville'- 751-Ì800 №, AUm, Orna “P k tlc a rfo r yoiiT Car."________________ [{ШдигПШМ!!! M!lllt?r t ì- ’ ÉELiiininit Comatzer News N e i g h b o r h o o d A w a r e n e s s ( i r o i i p «Sheffield-Calahaln's truck bay is transformed into a dining area for the barbeque supper. By Dottic Potts Comntzer Correspondent Lena Wall turned 90 years old on Sept. 27 and Dottie Potts turned 81 on Sepl, 30. They celebrated their birthdnys nt the liome of Pam nnd Derick Hnrpe on Bnltimore Road with a deli­ cious supper. Others attending were Dottie’s brothers, Don­ nld Hinkle and wife Debbie of Creedmoor, nnd Bruce Hinkle FARM FRESH PORK All Natural G R S f fiF iS tT E FBY omens OHiY- DeuvmAmiMtM Jerry & Cindy Foster (336) 9 9 8 -7175 nnd wife Christine. Dottie’s grnndson, Brandon Harpe’s birthday, was Oct. 3, and he nlso attended the celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Potts visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Nnthnn Allen lnst Thursdny. ■ Willie Mne Jones returned home from Bnptist Medicnl Center where she wns tremed for a kidney infection. Nonnnn Smhh visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Potts Fridny night. W ill he Imklm y и Nt-'ijjlihorhooil Mcoi ;il ihc I'iim iinylD ii ( ( 'l'iiU-i I ЧI ( 11 Com m iuiity Breakfast F U I V D R A I S E R S aturday, O cto ber 9 7:00am - 10:00am Includes; Counlry Ham, Sausage, Eggs, Biscuits, Gravy, Grits NO SET PRICE • DONATIONS ONLY Oak riiiovi] Unitki) Metiiouist Ciiiìiich (In the Fellowship Hall) 1994 US Hwy. 158 Mocksville T rii:s M ocliiii: is \o plan am.1 m lorm ;ill 1 )a\ ( 'nmiU irNiHrni ■ ,il the I luman Sers ¡cc ,Alli;riK\' ,ika I lie ( 'i-iiu i li и l’iirposeliil i i\ mu. riic D avic c4)iniminit) ncocis c\ers onc s siippon in 1к1р р и м i Olir (.Humly's rural cluiraL lei- aiul lx aiii\ IMcasi.- plan to a lle n ii.'I’hc more Davie C oiiiiIn ivesuknis vm- Гм lo help us. the sironizer ue are lo save I )a\ le ( 'mumiv \ U'. - r. - .• i- 't M*V1 »4 »»t-.« -..- •(>. <\ C I O - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d n y , O c t . i , 2 0 1 0 . D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - C l l : The Raider Varsity Cheer Squad inciudes, from left: l<neeiing - Courtney Neeiy; The Wiiiiam R. Davie Raider JV Cheerieading Squad inciudes, from left: front - and standing - Samantha Smith, Lexie Rossman, Cassi Shires, McKenzie Reavis, Betheny Hail, Logan Sherrill, Lauren Shore, Morgan Gothren and Lillian Allison; Dayanna Neely; and Coaches Olivia Smith and Jessi Dillinger. Not pictured: Ser- and baci< - Desiree Johnson, Hannah Keller,,Glnny Mason, Klalre Allen and Alice ena Shull. Grubb. Clarksville News The JV Raider football team, from left: front - Logan Ballou-Tomei, Tanner Hartness, Justin Chaffin, Josh Wag- ! ner, Ty Bivins, Gabriel Clark, Austin Stroud, Grayson Keaton, Chase Carter; middle - Peyton Sherrill, Alex My- ; ers, Anthony Olmedo-Griffin, Jesus Oimedo-Griffin, Ben Davis, Paul Pow/eli, Victor Johnson, Landon Swisher, I Zach Payne, Colton Dehring; back - Mike Hartness, Jimmy Summers, John Bivins, Donnie Chaffin. The Raider varsity footbaii team, from left: front - Chase Johnston, Chase Alder, Alex Jones, Austin Dillinger, Thad Vandiver, Daniel King; row 2 - Broc Barnette, Ben Summers, Trey Killian, Matt Nesbit, Bailey Sloan, Logan Williams, Jesse Carter; row 3 - Dalton Lehotta, Zacii Clubb, Corbin Stiller, Joseph Cregar, Evan Mang; back - Allen Vandiver, Michael Hanna, Greg Barnette, Steve Carter, Chris Tomel. By Mnrcia Bcck Lnmbe Clarksville Correspondent The 1945 grnduuting clnss of Fiirinington High School met for a wonderful reunion lunch last week at Aries in Mocks­ ville. Joe White led in the open­ ing prnyer nnd specini greetings from one of their tenchersi Mrs. Ruth WagnerShort ofWinston- Snlcm. Attending were Joe nnd Mnrie Shelton White, John nnd Mnry Brock, Stncy nnd Frnnces Atkinson Beck, Minnie Riddle Cornatzer, Nellie Beck Dull, Frances Spnrks , Gough and Eunice Gough, all from Davic County; Charlene Clontz Wil­ liams from Hickory; Robert Rhine from Las Vegas, Nev. Sara Eure enjoyed tnking pic­ tures for the event. They nlso hnd a litlle game “IN 1945 Remember When?” Ons wns 9 cents n gallon, 5,000 homes in Ihe US had a television, ball point pens, Tupperwnre and frozen orange juice hit the mnr- kets, and a postage stamp wns 3 cents. Please mark Nov. 19 on your calendars. The William R. Da­ vic Fire Department is selling Port-A-Pit chicken plates for .$8 with proceeds going to the Mnson family. To purchase a ticket, cnll Ihe fire department at 492-7772 or see nny fire­ fighter. Pick up tinies will be 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The William R. Dnvie Raiders were in action this,past weekend. The JVs won 20-12 over the Pinebrook Trojnns nnd the vnrs\ty lost to the Cor- natzerCougars 28-6, The JVs will have a bye this week nnd the varsity will play nt noon vs. the Mocksville Rnms. . Reinember in your thoughts nnd prnyers; Kenny Mnson, Rhonda Snow, Margaret Al­ lison, Hnrding Blnckwclder, Bernie Cagle, Polly Fiveconts, Jeny Hnnes, Dnvid Hnrris, Nel­ lie Jolly. Birthdnys: Lynette, Pierce, Oct. 1; Knye Cnll, Oct. 2; Ste­ ven Carter, Oct. 3; John Coloy Jr., Oct. 6; Rnchel Lawrence, Bill Shelton, Oct. 10; Hnrry Booe, Clnrence Elmore, Oct. 11; and Dot Rollins, Oct. 13. William R. Davie Elemen­ tary will host a "Cropping for a Cure" scrapbook event on Snt­ urday, Oct. 16 at 10 n.m. This will be nn nil dny event with ■■ prizes, lunch, rnfflcs, Creative Memories consultant nnd snle items for snle with n percent­ age of the proceeds will go lo the Susan G. Komen founda­ tion and the PTO. The registra­ tion deadline is Oct. 9. Contact 492-6364 if interested. Call Marcia Lnmbe at 492- 2235, or send an email lo man- (lyi>rissy@y<i<llel.nel. County Line News By Shirley Thorne County Line Correspondent The recent rains and cooler temps have been n welcomed relief in County Line, The rains have helped to reduce the dan­ gers of fire, Oct, 3-9 is National Fire Prevention Week. Please be sure to check your smoke and heat detectors in your home and make sure they nre in good working condition. Also, check for fire hazards such as frayed extension cords, overlondcd outlets, nnd use and location of space heaters. If you don't have a fnmily fire escape plah, now is a good time to plan one nnd I have a prnctice run. The 164th annual interde­ nominational Harmony Hill Cnmp Meeting will be Thurs­ dny, Oct. 7-Sundny, Oct. 10, nt Hnrmony Baptist Church at 135 Little Wilkesboro Road just off US 21 North. Services will begin nightly at 7 Thursday- Saturdny nnd at 4 p.m. Sunday., A youth crusade in conjunction with Bonfire Crusades will be 3-5:30 p.m. Snturday. Through the years many hundreds of lives have been dedicated to Christ nt Ihc camp meeting and many churches in Ihc surrounding counlies have been started as a result of those conversions. Piney Grove AME Zion Church was founded by the Rev. J.B. Turner, who was saved nt the camp meeting in Ihe 1800s and founded mnny churches in the I^iedmont. Ev- er>’one in ihe'nrea is inviled. The Baptist Men of Soci­ cty will meet at 7 n.m. Saiur- dny, Oct. 9, in the fellowship hall. The men invite others for breakfast and prnyer. Salem United Methodist Church, will cclebrnte "Chil­ dren's Sabbnlh" Sunday, Oct. 10, nt the 9:30 a.m. worship service. The children will pnr- ticipate in the service iis the United Methodist Woinen lead. Salem members invite others to join them ns they honor their children in this spccinl service. . The United Methodist Wom­ en of Clarksbury will meet at 7 p.m. Mondny, Oct. 11, in the fellowship liall. Cnrol Brnzel will continue to lead the Bible study followed by refreshments and fellowship. Hosts will be Cnrrie Ezkorn ond Daphne Marshall, The women invite others. The Women on Mission of Calvary Bnpti.st will meet at 7 p.m, Tuesday, Oct, 12, in the fellowshi]) hnll, Tho women invite others in their study of stale mission work followed by refreshments and fellowship. The United Methodist'Wom­ en of Snlem will meet nt 7 p,m. Wednesdny, Oct. 13, in the fel­ lowship hall. Peggy Winfrey will lend the nnnual pledge program. The women invite others. Upcoming community events include a church-wide yard sale from 7 n,m,-noon Saturday, Oct, 16, at Calvary Baptist Church; County Line VFD fall barbecue and chicken pie supper Saturday, Oct. 30; Tnmk or Trent at Clnrksbury United Methodist Church from 6-8 p.m. Siiturdny, Oct. 30; V- Point Ruritan country ham and sausage breakfast from 6 -10 piney Grove AME Zion Church will celebrate homecoming Sunday, Oct. 10. A am Saturday, Nov. 6, at Ihe covered-dlsh dinner will be at 1:30 p.m. followed by a 3 p.m. service featuring 7ng S d ay“Nov®7 S Z y '' ^ion Church of Hickory, Baptist Church; and’-Pampered accompanied by his choir and congregation. Revival services will be held at 7 ■ Chef'^ party Tuesday, Nov 9, at P'^^- Monday-Wednesday with the Rev. J.C. White of Columbus Chapel AME Zion Cnivary. Church of Charlotte. Our community sends con­ gratulations and best wishes to David Lee Johnson and April Steele, who were married in a 4 o'clock ceremony Satiir- diiy afternoon at South River United Methodist Church. Tho Rev. David Childress of Soci­ ety Baptist performed the cer- emony. April is the dnughter of Joel Steele nnd the Inte Shelby Gniliher Steele. Dnvid Lee is the son of David nnd Edith Stroud Johnson nnd n grnndson of Pnuline Johnson Stroud nnd the Inte Othn Lee Stroud, both of Ridge Road. Upon returning You are alw ays w elcom e at First United Methodist Church 310 North Mani Street Historic Downtown Mocksvilic Contemporary Worship 8:45 a.m. Traditional Worship 10:55 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 9:50 a.m. ww.firstunicniocksville.org Telephone: 751-2503 F r e e B i b l e C o u r s e “Getting To Know .Jesus’’ is a FREE Home Bible Course to assist you in the study of your own Bible. You will learn at your own pace and In the privacy of your own home. All lessons are handled by mail. Enroll today. ' Mall Toi , Church of Christ 605 North Mnin Street Mocksville, NC 27028 nmcofc@)’adlel.nct ■ -, ЛР.- from their iioneymoon, the cou­ ple will reside in Woodienf. We also send congrntuln­ tions nnd best wishes to Scott nnd Reginn Johnson Gunter, who were mnrried in an after­ noon ceremony in Mocksville Friday, Sept. 3. Regina is the daughter of Dnvid nnd Edith Stroud Johnson nnd the grand­ daughter of Pauline Johnson Stroud and the late Otha Lee Stroud. Since honeymooning at Oak Island, the couple has been resitling on Mattie Lane off Ridge Road. Our community sends get-, well wishes to Dennis Ketchie perating at home. Buster had shoulder surgery last week and is recuperating at home. Lois S. Harris remains at Iredell Memorial Hospital and Harold Campbell remains at Forsyth Medical Center. Norman Rich­ ardson has been recuperating at home since Sunday afternoon. Join us in prayer for the Lord's divine healing and comfort in the lives of Dennis, Buster, Lois, Harold, Norman, and others who are having health probleins. Also, please pray for Glenn "Buster" Hendricks as he adjusts to changes in his life. If you have news or memo- and Buster Richardson. Den- ries to share, please call Shirley nis was, hospitalized for back on492-5115oreniail.vi////H/t@ surgery last week and is recii- hotntail.com. 1 Sean and Riley Kirkpatrick of the 4-H Clover Club help with the games. ' i,-''/ ' S' » i ^ * ‘^ îw îî! ,................................, W.A. Beck with his vintage Allis Chalmers Industrial IB Tractor at the Farmington Expo. Jerry Armsworthy, Arthur Bostick, David (Shorty) Boles, and James Howard with an antique engine.James Hendrix rides kids in his homemade train. Farmineton News Phillip and Sydney Beauchamp sell bird houses. People have fun on the hay ride By Laura Mathis Farmington Correspondent On Sept.25, the Farming­ ton Community Center hosted the second annual Farmington Expo. It was a beautiful day for the expo which provided lo­ cal families with fun activities, great music nnd food, ni^d nn opportunity to gel a hend stnrt on holidny shopping. Members of the Piedmont Antique Pow­ er Associntion cnme out with some benutifui antique tractors. There wns nn old hit nnd mis- sengine on displny ns well ns a collection of old tools. James Hendrix- of Mocks­ ville brought out his home­ made train for the kids to ride. He even let me t<ike it for a spin and it was a lot of fun. The shell of the engine is covering an old lawn mower Hendrix hns had for yenrs. He constructed the cars from barrels in which the kids can ride in. His train ride is nlwnys n fnvorite nctivity for the kids and 1 believe Hendrix gets as much fun out of it as the kids. Wee Brock provided a hay • ride that was enjoyed by nil ages. We npprecinte Dnvid (Shorty) Boles for being the designated driver for the day. 4 4-H Club Leader Merit Kirk­ patrick of the Clover Club came with several of the club mem­ bers to provide games and face painting for kids as part of their community service project. This was the first year the center had tried a No Left Tum Hay Maze for the kids and it was a success. The maze was sponsored by Shore Farms and Custom Fencing. They brought out Inrge bales of hay and ar­ ranged the bales to form the maze. It was a lot of work that created a lot of fun for the kids and their parents. We appreci­ ate their hard work. Along with the activities outside, there was a gym full of vendors inside selling items such as jewelry, dishware, pocketbooks and other hand­ made items, bakery ' items, clothing, and more. There were several non-prof­ its there to talk about the orga­ nizations as well as providing helpful information. Carolyn Freeman of the Feed Bag Sandwich Shop and Jim­ my Sink of County Line Beef were cooking sandwiches as well as other volunteers who did a great job making sure ev­ eryone had plenty to eat. Women from the community brought in their best soups and desserts for the center to sell. As usual, everything wns tasty and much appreciated. Last but not least, the Moun­ tain Flats Band nlong with Jim nnd Peggy Watson, Sonny Carter, and S.T. Snow provicled some great music and fnmilinr favorites for the crowd. The staff of the community center would like to thnnk ev­ eryone who pnrticipnted in the Fnrmington Expo nnd to nil who cnme that day. They would also like to thank Anna Beauchamp who volunteered to help organize the event, which raised around $ 1,400 for much- needed projects at the center and at the same time, provide fun for local families. The Feed Bag Sandwich Shop at Farmington Road and NC 801 will sell pumpkins this coming week and all the pro­ ceeds will go toward the new community playground to be built at the community center. The next Preserve Farming­ ton meeting will be Oct. 12 at C rossw ord A nsw ers Sudoku S olutio n 7 p.m. at the Farmington Com­ munity Center. Wc would like ' to see as many residents from the Farmington area to attend as possible. Subject to be dis­ cussed will be a group called the Human Service Alliance which hns purchased the Sugar Valley Airport and are possibly trying to pii^rchase Innd at Pine­ brook and Pinebrook School roads. They were denied a zon­ ing vnrinnce request lo build duplex units on the property. As many of you know, the Pre­ serve Farmington Group has not only worked toward pre­ serving farmlAnds, our historic stnictures, and the integrity of Farmington. Oct. 16 looks to be a big day in Farmington. It will be the day for the first Tour of Farm­ ington Bike Ride, beginning nnd ending at the community center with 20,40, nnd 60 mile routes. Registration informa­ tion cnn be obtained at Active, com or by calling Garry Steele nt244-1080 or emniling him at gnteel@yadllejtet. Proceeds will benefit the Farmington Community Bicycle/ Horse and Nature Trails. Oct. 16 will also be the day of the Farmington Ruritan Port- a-Pit chicken sale. The menu will consist of 1/2 chicken, baked benns, slnw, a roll and dessert for $8. Pick up.tinie will be between noon and 3 p.m. at the Farmington Fire Station. Tickets are being sold through Ruritnn members or by calling Neal Essie nt 998-0800. I have n beautiful young Sia­ mese cat hnnging around my house. 1 discovered that 1 had her locked in my basement for a couple of days. She had evidently went in there to get out of the rnin while I wnsn't looking. If you have lost her or would like to give her a home, please call 998-2912. 6 7 1 8 2 4 5 3 9 2 4 5 9 3 1 7 8 6 8 9 3 5 7 6 2 4 1 7 8 2 4 6 9 1 5 3 5 3 6 1 8 7 9 2 4 9 1 4 2 5 3 6 7 8 4 5 8 6 9 2 3 1 7 3 2 9 7 1 8 4 6 5 1 6 7 3 4 S 8 9 2 Jean Barlow, Jeanette Waugh and Bonnie Vergason are among the vendors. . RKPRtCSlCN I Al IX к Julia Howard N C House 79th Disliii t Plense contact me in: MOCKSVILLE; (336) 751-6567 RALEIGH; (919) 733-5904 State Legislative Building 16 W. Jones Street, Rm 1106 Raleigh, NC 27601-1096 Email; Juliah@ncleg.net HMD FOK iiyJuiM Howard i C 1 2 ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 1:1.^ 1'^ :■ h : Mike DePeuw and staff of Sandie's Smoothie Sliacl< are ready to serve treats. Lash and Cyrette Sanford enjoy Taste of the Town. Residents Get A ‘Taste’ For Senior Services Davie County Senior Ser­ vices lield its Eiglitii Annual Tnste of tlie Town on Sept. 2hvitii a crowd of about 185. “Tiiere was iin excellent variety of food this year, in­ cluding returning favorites and new restaurants,” said Kim Sluiskey, director of senior services. Participating restaurants were Ketchie Creek Bakery, Alice Qlpntz entertains with piano music. Deano’s Barbecue, Marco’s Pizza, Chick-fil-A, Subway, Dynasty Chinese Restau­ rant, Zeko’s Village, Sandie’s Smoothie Shack, and Miller’s Restaurant. Participants were enter­ tained with piano music by Al­ ice Faye Clontz. Because the restaurants donated all food and labor, all proceeds went to Davie County Senior Services to sup­ port the programs and services offered to the older adults of Davie County. "1 would like to thank tlie restaurants, sponsors and those who came out to support the event” said Shuskey. ‘‘Because of tlie generosity of tliose in our community we cnn continue to meet current needs of Davie County seniors and expand the services and programs to meet future needs. “The event was n lot of fun and a great success,” she said, Christina and Nlckolas Redfearn have fun. ■* 'A J '* ’ A S t . F r a n c i s C e l e b r a t e s St, Francis of Assisi Catholic Church celebrat­ ed its 50th anniversary as a parish on Sunday, Oct. 3 with a picnic, music, his­ tory excerpts from parish­ ioner Bob GInther, and a blessing of the new St. Francis Memorial Garden sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council 2610 In Mocksville. Pastor, the Rev. Andrew Draper, t.O.R, Is shown blessing the garden and statue. C o ffe e H of/se S u n d a y A t L ib e rty U M C Liberty United Methodist Church, off US 601 South, Mocksville, will host n coffee house at 6 p.m. on Sunday, Oct, ,10, Benita Finney will sing gospel music, and light re­ freshments will bd served. Advance News By Edith Zimmerman Advance Correspondent There will be a spaghetti fundraiser supper at the Advance United Methodist Church fellowship hall Sot­ urday, Oct. 9 from 5-7 p.m, sponsored by the after-school program. Price is ,$7, kids un­ der 5 years eat free, A variety of sauces, tossed salad, garlic bread, drinks and dessert wiil be available. Brenda Zimmerman nnd friend Maxine Glenn of Long Island, N.Y, arrived Tuesday to spend through Friday with Brenda’s mother Edith Zim- tjiermon. They were en route to Maxine’s home in Florida for the winter, Michael DeLucia and wife Laura of Tampa, Fla, spent the weekend with his uncle nnd aunt Rick and Leila DeLucia and his grandmother, 97 year old Mrs, Nancy DeLucia, Many Barney relatives from this community attended the Barney reunion Sunday at the Bixby Presbyterian Church fellowship hnll. [ F e a t u r e s D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - D l Pearls of Empowerment members share a laugh while learning about problems facing teens.Pearls Darlene Fuller, Marlene Shamel, Elette Owen. G a n g s , D r u g s , V i o l e n c e ‘Pearls’ Learn About Pressures Facing Teens Pearls of Empowerment hosted an education forum on Sept, 23 called “Pressures Fac­ ing Adolescents." Marlene Carter, Pearls chair, welcomed attendees and intro­ duced Gladys Scott to introduce the panelists. Presentations were made by seven panelists who work with adolescents; Carlton Irving from CareNet Counseling of Davie; Sgt. John •Coley and Detcctive Jerry Med- lin from the Mocksville Police Department: Cindy Hendricks from Davie Domestic Vio­ lence Services: Mary Freeman from Davie Social Services; Beth Weathennan, principal of Central Davie Academy and director of student services; and Dee Ann Rcavis, a school counselor. Irving shared that although teens have different challenges such as technology, drugs, and violence; many are asking the same question adults asked when they were teens, “Who am n ” There are three things that impact teens when answer­ ing this question; relationships, empathy, and encouragement. Adults can build trusting rela­ tionships by focusing on what teens are gifted at, identifying their strengths; by letting teens know they have been heard and felt; and by taking advantage of teachable moments to give teen choices, he said. Cóìey and Medlin discussed the findings of the Dovie Coun­ ty Gang Task Force which has completed an assessment. “Adults are not aware of the gongs in the county but kids ore,” Medlin said. “Many kids join gangs because they don’t have structure in their lives and they ore looking for o home, a sense of family.” According to the officers, there are seven gangs operating in Davie County. After sharing examples of the colors, sym­ bols, and hnnd signs from the gangs, they encouraged audi­ ence members lo report any signs of gongs or criminol activ­ ity to the new toll free hotline; 1-866-719-5890. Hendricks stated that Davie Domestic Violence is seeing more teens with dating vio- lence.Most offenders learned the behaviors in their childhood where they saw or experienced violence at home, she said. Bullying is a growing prob­ lem in the middle schools. Hendricks said one in four girls and one in six boys nre abused before the age of 18. Many abused yoimg people tum to gongs in their search for a safe haven. She also shared that The Dragonfly House Children’s Advocacy Center will be used to interview children in one ploce for sexual and physical Plcusc See Pcarb - Pnge D3 Central Davie Academy Principal Beth Weatherman speaks to the group. Rhonda Vincent and The Rage At The Brock Oct. 22 Rhonda Vincent and The Rage will bring their music to the Brock Performing Arts Centcr on Fridoy, Oct. 22 ot 7;30p.m. Crowned as “the new queen of bluegrass” by the Wall Street Journal on Sept. 29, Vincent’s music incorporates contem­ porary touches while drawing from the mountain soul of clas­ sic Monroe-styled bluegrnss, said Sidniee Suggs, executive director of the hosting Dovie County Arts Council. With more than 70 awards to their name, Rhondo Vincent and The Rage honors include on Entertainer of the Year award from the International Bluegross Music Association (IBMA) and seven consecutive IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year awards. “Mocksville will be wel­ coming visitors from fnr and near for Rhonda’s concert,” Suggs sold. “Rhonda Vincent hns earned nnd benefitted from n lifetime’s worth of experi­ ence, gathered in a remarkably short time.” After a series solo record­ ings in/the 1980s for bluegrass label Rebel Records, Vincent signed to Giant Records for a pair of major-label country projects - nn experience that furthered her understanding of the music business. Her return to bluegrass began with her 1999 signing to Rounder Re­ cords, and continued through a series of releases which grew her audience and made her the recipient of acclaim, commer­ cial success, and heightened visibility in the media, includ­ ing n top-five video on CMT for “You Can’t Take It With You When You Go.” “Her Rounder recordings established her as on inventive, intuitively ingenious nrtist, blending the best of the classic and modern, and led her to col- loborntions with country music stors including Dolly Porton nnd Alison Krauss,” Suggs snid. For her latest album Token (2010), she reasserts herself as an instrumentalist, playing all of the mandolin. “Her playing on ‘Taken’ is o reminder that she Is a stylist on the instru­ ment, capable of everything from funky, driving Monroe- styled breoks on Court of Love to the ringing, intricate cross­ picking on Tonight My Baby’s Coming Home.” The Rage, Vincent’s backing band, consists of Hunter Berry (fiddle), Mickcy Harris (bass), Ben Helson (guitar), and Aaron McDaris (banjo, guitor). Berry joined Vincent in 2002 0S a teen fiddler. He’s won the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrnss Music of America honors for Fiddle Performer of the Year four consecutive years, ond hos twice been nominated Intemationol Bluegrass Music Association’s Fiddle Player of the Year. “He is doing a re­ markable job of carrying on a most basic and important port of our cuUure-the old-time fid­ dle tunes ond traditional songs which were the soul of eoriy country and bluegrass music,” Vincent said. McDaris, who plays the banjo, hnd been performing as a member of The Grascals prior to joining Vincent. Helson, on guitar, broke into the professional bluegrass worid in July of 2007 by joining The Larry Stephenson Bond. Soon nfter, he was hired on os o member of the Kentucky Thun­ der, led by Ricky Skaggs, tour­ ing the worid, moking multiple network television appearances, and performing countless times on the Grand Ole Opry, Harris, who plays bass and performs vocals, joined in Au­ gust 2002, He is featured on lead vocals os well during the shows, “Mickey’s solid boss playing ond harmony singing are a welcome addition to The Rage,” Vincent said. Tickets are reserved seoting with adults $36 and students/ seniors $34, Tickets are avoil- able by calling the Box Office nt 3751.3000 Monday-Friday from noon-5 p.m. Rhonda Vincent and The Rage will be on the ^rock stage Friday, Oct. 22.Rhonda Vincent Is back to playing more mandolin. . . 1 : t . i ! Í I .1 Í ,l ; Tit ; i it . . .J.-.-.' . ’Л .« ^ - D 2 ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 Davie Schools Pinebrook Elementary Kindergarten clnsses begnn n farm unit, lenming about farm animals. Students nre using this information to crente n fnrm book that tells nbout fnrm life. Next students will get to see a working farm in real life on a field trip to Patterson Fnrm. First grnde students of Mrs. Drnne nnd Mrs. King hnve been leaming about realistic fiction stories while reading “Get the Egg” in bnsnl books. Remem­ ber! Children should have their group books Monday-Wcdnes- dny. They should bring home the big, hnrdback, basal book with the story for the week on Thursday. Tenchers started as­ sessing some students (if they nre rendy), giving them a new word sort, Thnt means that they will not have an officinl test on Fridny. They will be assessed ns frequently ns needed so thnt ench child is receiving instruc­ tion on his or her level nnd moving on. Students not show­ ing mastery on n certnin word study unit will repeat thnt spe­ cific unit and will be required to send in spelling homework daily. In mnth, students hnve been exploring “pocket” prob­ lems. Students have solved shirt pockets 'plus pants pockets, nnd then were chnllenged ns they solved the “missing pocket” problems. The unit hns been n study of apples, lenves, nnd fnll. The clnss completed writ­ ing nnd art activities dealing with the new season. Some par­ ents signed up for a conference time nt the PTO meeting nnd many others' have signed up by emnil, Thnnk you. If you hnve not signed up for a time, fill • put a conference schedule sign­ up ASAP. This is the time thnt you, will receive your child's jirst report cnrd. Ench month teachers will send a Book-It sheet for your child to list the books that he or she is reading nt home.Thesc are due nt the end of each month, Ench child who rends nt lenst 25 books in a month will receive a coupon ' for n free personnl pan pizzn. If nil 23 students pnrticlpnte Oc­ tober through Mnrch, then the class will receive n pizza party. Each child hns n minimum of 16 books/stories in a month that ore required homework read­ ing. Collect Sunny D labels nnd send in by Fridny, Nov. 19. , Second grade classes of Mrs. Hnrpe, Ms. Hownrd, nnd Mrs, Potts have been working on ad­ dition fncts, counting money, problem solving, nnd mensur- ing in mnth. Their reading story, “The Strongest One” reminded them that they different strong talents. Some have begun rend­ ing enrly chnpter books, like The Mngic Tree House, In sci­ ence they nre discussing the fall season. They declared Friday, Apple Doy, They are using ap­ ples to enhance studies of math measurement, art stamping, reading comprehension, con­ tractions, and describing words in writing. Students in Mrs. Culler's third grnde class nre lenming nbout story elements during rending. In mnth, students hnve completed n unit on rounding nnd nre beginning a unit on money. Students are c'ontinu- ing to learn nbout skeletons in science.« Fourth graders .hnve been studying North Cnrolina nnd the three regions. In science they stnrted to study rocks nnd minernis. In mnth students nre lenming the properties of nddi­ tion and multiplication, K-2 have been playing with the pnrnchute this week nnd dancing. They learned the Chicken Dnnce, Macarena, Cha Cha Slide. 3-5 havo been playing with the pnrnchute and playing Hex bnll. Bus riders of the week are Harrison Shives on Bus 15, Snrnh Rogers on Bus 19, Annn Johnson on Bus 132, Jnsmino Crawford on Bus 134 nnd Dan­ ielle Meyer on Bus 179, These students are recognized during morning announcements with a “Bus Rider of the Week" ribbon and become part of our year of bus ridej-’s wall. The following students are being recognized for positive behavior through the PBIS progrnm: Wnlker Jones, Lnn- dyn Ellis, Lexie Moore, Jo­ seph Stnnley, Kyah Eastwood, Tommy Lee Gibson, Edwnrd Cunnings, Ben Foster, Kny- ■ lee Dumnn, Lisbette Snnchez, Stephen Shoemaker, Marc Winfrey, Ethnn Price, Nicholas Aznr, Anna Johnson, Kailey Dennis, Jose Contreras, Kirsten Dwyer, Mntthew Hill, Blnke Little, Lexie Vaughn, Znc Cart­ er, DeeAnnn Tritt and Colten Correll. These students will enjoy nn nfternoon of bonrd games and puzzles. North Davic Middle News from Extreme Teams / and II Seventh grade students on both tenms are reading, writ­ ing, calculating, nnd discover­ ing more and more about the world in which they live. “PROWL Students of the Month” forSeptember: Jnke Ba­ ity, Alex Bollinger, Snrnh Buie, Jnke Cnudle, Lindsey Custer, Caroline Davis, Payton Hub­ bard, Sarah Jnmes, Jnke Kitch- one, Seth Little, Cnnrie Logan, Madison Marrs, Aspen Marsh, Shnnnon Martinez, Adam Nay­ lor, Logan Prysaizniuk nnd Av­ ery Williford. There nre several reminders: Oct. 25, Box Top drawing; Oct. 25-27, Spirit Days; Oct. 27 is an enrly release dny nnd Octo­ ber 28-29 nre conference dnys. Shndy Grove Elementary Third grnders hnve been learning' about citizenship nnd roles in tho cinssroom, school and community. Tliey hnve been working hard in math learning the importance of place vnlue and rounding num­ bers. They have been reading the novel, Flnt Stnnley nnd are excited nbout the project that goes nlong with the book. First, they made their own flnt char­ acter. Then they practiced letter writing skills by writing a letter to a friend who lives in another community. The letters have been mniled nil over the world - from Sweden to Cnlifornin to Texns, Students nre anxiously awaiting replies froni letters that will tench them nbout the community their chnrncters trnveled to. The third grnd­ ers nre enjoying learning more about the world as the school embnrks on n mission to pro­ mote globnl nwnreness. As the yenr progresses, students will lenrn about life in Egypt. William R. Davic Elementary Tlie second graders in Dinne Ireland’s clnss hnve been working on SMILE behnvior.The focus has been the monthly character traits, respect and citizenship. Students wrote class rales for a friend, the monster. They talked nbout how words nnd deeds cnn cause wrinkles in the henrt. They are P O W E R A S S O C I A T I O N M O C K S V I L L E , N C Piedmont Antique Power Association would like to thank all the sponsors for suppotting P.A.PA. this year. Our spring lavimmower pull, the July 4th show and parade, and the fall tractor pull - all being a huge success with your help. The generosity of the sponsors helps to raise money for local charitable causes and the Oxford Orphanage. When you need a product or service, purchase from these businesses and thank them for their support to make this community a better place to live and wori<. Foster Drug Southern Farm Supply West Davie Power Equipment The Station on Main Street Fannington Road Wrecker Service Gene's Auto Sales Eaton Funeral Service Snider Automotive Memory Lane Auto Restoration Larry McDaniel Builders Davie Farm Service Davie Funeral Service Joe's Tow Cozart's Handyman Service Daniel Fumiture Davis Landscaping Speer Auctions Piedmont Stmctural Heatmor Water Stoves Sink Farm Equipment Lakey's Backhoe Service Osborne's Tire & Automotive Advance BariDer Shop Davie Large Animal Hospital Fuller Welding & Fabricators Whitnee's Variety Store Bank of the Carolina's Mocksville Automotive Triangle Insurance James River Equipment Piedmont Landscape Design Anderson Land & Timber Miller's Restaurant Phllcar Automotive Rivetdell Large Animal Hospital Promotional Graphics Tractor Supply, Clemmons Carolina Farm Credit Custom Concrete Foundations Stroud Grading Also a special thanks to all the people that attended the events this past year. With your support P.AP.A, can continue to provide wholesome, family entertainment for the community. Hope to see yoii next year. The Piedmont Antique Power Association meets the first Monday night of each month at the Davie County Senior Center, 6:00 pm. Come Join usi Arthur Bostick, President trying not to do this to cach other. They have n “Toucnn” (I Can Attitude)'. In math, students have been exploring numbers, number sense, nnd place value. In social studies, they have been leaming continents along with map skills. Google Enrth hns been fun. They have been traveling all over the world. The next focus of study is community. Reading groups nte off to n grent stnrt. Physicnl education clnsses covered the skills of sport stnck- ing nnd rope jumping. Students are completing tho Presidential Fitness Chnllenge by doing the distnnce ran, the shuttle ran, the pull up, the sit and rench flexibility test, curl-ups nnd the flexed nmi hnng. The 3-5 students will tnke a health nnd netivity survey pro­ vided by the state departmen to be completed by Oct. 15. The before nnd nfter school clubs began. Tho children in 2-5 interested in unicycling cnn attend club on Tuesday mornings from 7:30-8. Chil­ dren wishing to participate in the sport stacking club come to school on Thursday mornings from 7:30-8, The PE Club has 161 new members, PE Club begins with fifth graders staying after school on Tuesdny, 2:50-4, Fourth grnders hnvo'club on Wodnes- dny nnd third grnders on Thurs­ day, Their first field trip will be going to Stone Mountnin hik­ ing on Thursday, Oct, 28. To be a member of the PE Club, students hnd to write nn essay on “Why physical educntion is Importnnt,” be nomlnnted by their cinssroom tencher and ac­ cepted by Knren Umberger nnd Snndrn Smith; The clubs meet once a month plus nttend five field trips throughout the year. The Bouncing' Bullfrogs had try outs and- have 15 new members which completes the • team with 35 in all. The Bull­ frogs will have their first team practice on Mondny, Oct. 11 nnd the Sizzling Cyclers begin tenm prnctices on Wednesday, Oct, 13, The next units of study fol­ lowing fitness testing will find the K-2 students working on movement exploration nnd soc­ cer/striking skills and the 3-5 students will be studying soc­ cer nnd flag football, Mocksvlllc Elementary Kindergarten News by Mrs. Vandiver Fall is in the nir in Mrs, Vnndiver and Miss Walker’s kindergarten clnss. Students have been lenrning nbout types of npples and what cnn be mnde with npples, ns well as tasting apples. Many students bring apples for snack or chose npples nt lunch. The children learned about a fascinating chnrncter nnmed John Chapman, or the fun-loving Johnny Appleseed, nnd wrote stories about him. In literacy, Ms. Sale, stu­ dent teacher, has been discuss­ ing Alaska nnd where the main chnrncter in the book, Julius, cnme from. They enjoyed rçnd- ing nnd retelling thé story and writing nbout' the beginning, middle, nnd end. In math, Ms. Sale has been doing fun activi- ties with shapes nnd positionni/ directionni words. Students will lenrn nbout fife snfety nnd will visit the fnrm to leam nbout fnrm life and nni­ mnls. First Grade News by Mrs. Mann Mrs, Mnnn/Mrs. Callison’s first grnde loved dressing up before the Book Fnir ns their favorite book character. Many of the girls were dressed as princesses and the boys were dressed aS pirates, bnllplnyers ond The Cat in the Hat. Mrs. Mann looked funny ns Amelin Bedelin nnd Ms. Pnrnell looked exnctly like D.W, in Mnrc Brown’s Arthur Book series. Students hnve been diligent in leaming to bringing bnck homework and reading each night to porents. The children leamed most of the short vowel sounds. These sounds hnve been reinforced in the computer Inb ond in the Waterford Computer Program that is being used daily in the closs. The students hnve been prncticing log in numbers in the computer lab, identifying parts of the computer, novigat- ing to the Mocksviilo Elemen­ tnry homepage nnd beginning keybonrding skills. In socinl studies the children iinve been lenming nbout citizenship, fnll and the four seasons, nnd cal­ endar skills. The new focus in science will be studying living and non-living things. Second Grade News by Mrs, Fletcher Mrs, Fletcher’s second grade class is working on Apples ond Pumpkins, The closs read a book obout Johnny Appleseed ond worked on o ort(»nctivity. They enjoyed rending n book by Gnil Gibbons cnlled Apples and Arnolds Apple Tree, The class leamed about the four seasons and made fnll trees to decornte the classroom. Third Grade News by Mrs. Lanl^ord Third graders stnrted work­ ing on story elements. The first element began with n study of chnrncters. Students looked'nt chnrncter trnits throughout sto­ ries they read this year, They- comp'ared them and crented new characters for their own new stories with traits they- wanted them to hnve. In mnth students finished on in-depth unit on nddition nnd subtraction strategies with line puzzles and magic squares agnin looking nt strategies for organizing numbers to crente patterns. They will begin look­ ing nt muitiplicntion strntegies. Fourth Grade News by Mr. Strickland The clnss trnveled to the west coast to meet great groves of sequoias. They met the natu­ ralist John Muir and lenmed of his desire to preserve the wil- demess. They resenrched nnd wrote about the park ranger and all of his/her many respoiisibili- ties. They discovered what hnp­ pens to land that is not protect­ ed and what cnn be lost. The clnss enjoyed rending about their country and how National Parks nnd Historic Sites nre pnrt of whnt mnkes it grent. They hope to continue to lenm about parks and explore the state os they learn North Carolina’s ge­ ography nnd places to visit. Fifth Grade News by Mrs. Carter Students in Mrs, Carter’s fifth grade class nro finishing n unit on ecosystems. Students nre working in groups to re- senrch biomes. The groups will present their PowerPoint les-; sons to classmates. Students are working on mnth skills thnt will prepare tiiem for fifth grade. Division, multiplication, and word problems nro some of tho skills thnt the students nre working on. Cooleemee Elementary Fifth grade students read taught the importance of help-, ing others for the right reasons.’ Students talked about mak­ ing predictions within stories,' forming genernlizntions nnd re­ viewed cnuse nnd effect. They will begin n socinl studies unit discussing geogrnphy. The stu­ dents will lenm mnjor geogrn­ phy terms nnd make a booklet to present these terms. ; Each class finished a unit oil multiplication; using 1 digit fac­ tors, 2 digit fnctors nnd round to find products. The upcoming unit wiil involve multiplying decimals. Upcoming events: Fnll Fesf tival Oct. 8: Thursday Oct. 7, third grade field trip with the Cooieemee Historical Asso: elation;-Nov. 10, Veterans Dny Celebration of Patriotism (This is not just for veterans who hnve served during conflict. It is'to recognize nnyone who has or is serving in nny brnnch of the nrmed forces. Plense contnct your Veteran or nctively serv­ ing personnel so that they can save that date. Forms about this event will come homo soon.).- Cornatzer Elementary ; ' Guidance classes aro being taught weekly to all grade lev­ els. Tlie focus of the lessons has been Bully Awareness nnd Prevention. Students leamed hovy to recognize bullying be­ havior, what they cim do to stop nny bullying they encounter, ns well as, whnt everyone cnn do to prevent bullying from hap­ pening. In oddition to guidance classes, individual and small group counseling sessions are being provided to students. Common issues facing students can include divorce, grief and loss, friendship difficulties, orid self concept. The Book Bags for Hope program is providing food for neorly 70 students eoch week through community churches and groups. The medio center had a suc­ cessful Scholastic Book Fair. It was held during Grandpar­ ent’s Week. It was a privilege to havo grandparents visit the book fair with their grandchil­ dren. The money from the fair will be used to upgrade the Ac­ celerated. Render progrnm. Students are leaming nbout the Dewey Decimnl System nnd how to find their fnvorite titles in the medin center. *In last week’s issue a picture of Trevor Richardson showed him with his great-grandmotli- er, not his grandmother. Cornatzer Eietrientary Cougars of the Week of Sept.''27, fr^ left: front^avannah Frasier, Reagan Brooks, Amber McCullough, Jacob Terpenning, Christina Sammons, Evelln Flores, Zaira Hernandez, Landon Knight; row 2 - Brianna Howell, Jeremy Parada, Savannah Hoots, Zy'IVIIer Lewis, Emma Patterson, Sam Dequenne, Evan Steele, Amber Myers; row 3 - Chloe Sammons, Cierra Simmons, Lauren Grooms, Nicholas Loj, l^ody Walser, Madison Carter. D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 ■ Mrs, Hendrix and Mrs, Plyer’s third grade class proved they are Super Heroes by Christy Kenney’s second grade class at Shady Grove Elementary are eager to ask coming in a close third for fund raising, questions about United Way. * S h ad y G rove S tu d en ts B eco m e ‘S u p er H ero es’ For U nited W ay Davie County United Way Executive Director, Mary Beth Scebold, speaks to Ms. Ausbon’s 5th grade class about how giving to United Way benefits even them. Tlie campaign theme for the Dnvie County United Wny this year is to find your inner liero and thnt by contributing to tlie agency, you nre being a hero to someone else. Shady Grove Elementary began a campaign to involve students to help roise funds for the United Way, Eoch class began collecting pennies and change to see which class was able to roise the most money. The winning closs received a pizza party and the ranner-up received n popcorn party. It was n close rnce. Tho stu­ dents were excited nnd worked hard to be the top clnss. Slindy Grove raised more thnn .$960 to be given to Davie County United Way. Jessica Ausbon’s fifth grade class won the pizza party by raising $164.17. They dis- plnyed their own Super Hero powers by dressing up for the pizzn pnrty in their costumesi Christy Kenney’s second grade class won a popcorn par­ ty by coming in second with a contribution of $153.74. In a close third was Mela­ nie Heiidrix’s third grade class, which raised $152.32. Davie County United Wny Executive Director Mnry Beth Scebold presented ench clnss with their pizzn nnd popcorn. She arrived in super hero form by dressing up as Super Girl. Scebold spoke to the classes about the agency, fundrnising, and the plirpose of United Way. She discussed how tho students giving even pennies, added up to a large gift that will be nble to touch the lives of mnny residents in Dnvle County. She nlso explnined how United Way helps even the students nt Shady Grove by funding the YMCA, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. Ms. Kenney and Mrs. Wilson and their second grade class with "Super Girl." Mrs. Ausbon’s 5th grade class show their super powers by being the class which raised the most money for United Way. The Shady Grove Elementary students pictured above and below celebrate good character. G o o d K i d s S G E S S tu d e n ts H o n o red F or B eh a v io r Pearls... Continued From Page Dl abuse cnses. Freemnn discussed the need for foster cnre for teens nnd ndolescents. "Often times teens nre unfnirly judged,” snid Freeman, "which makes them harder to plnce in fosler care.” Forty children nre in foster care. Weatherman reported that Central Davie Acndemy works with students ranging in age from 12-18 who nre the most behaviornlly challenging kids. The academy works to “pull them up academically” and teach them successful social skills. Reavis told the group that counselors througfiout the system identified the follow­ ing probleijis for adolescents: bullying, pressures to fit in a group, conflicts in families, kids living with other fam­ ily members, gossip nnd ra- mors, competition over grades, schedule nnd information overload. Middle school stu­ dents are showing more of in­ tolerance for differences. She reinforced the need for young people to hnve someone they tra^t in their school nnd in their lives. Dr. Tnknshi Hirntn finished the presentntions by reinforc­ ing the need for ndolescents to have nn ally they can trust. He suggested that often their med­ ical doctor can .Tssumo the role of that nlly. Hirnta hns many young people who open up in discussions with him about the challenges they nre fncing in tlieir lives. If n relationship has, been 'built, the doctor can be n terrific partner to concerned parents while protecting the privacy of the patient, he said, Scott thanked ench of the presenters with n smnll gift from Penrls of Empowerment and invited everyone to enjoy brownies while asking follow- up questions of presenters. I To lenrn more’nbout Pearls of Empowerment contnct the Davie Community Foundation at 753-6903, Mo@daviefoun- dation.org or visit www.davie- foimdation.org. Be Respectful, Be Respon­ sible, Be Ready. This is the motto for Shady Grove Elementary students. During September tenchers se­ lected students from each grnde level who demonstrated whnt it mennt to be a Shady Grpve student nnd ndherlng to these chnrncter trnits. These students were honored with nn ice cram ' celebration. During September, the stu­ dents focused on the character . trait of being trastworthy. The school guidance counselor, Christine Orgnon, provided lessons thot defined the trait, gave examples of how to dem­ onstrate being trastworthy, and encouraged the students that being trustworthy would set a good example for others. The following students were honored: Pre-Klndergar- teli - Sawyer Creamer, Tatum Childress; Kindergarten - John Speas, Caroline Ynrbrough, Isabella Pan, Brodie Smith, Case Swan, Colby Moore, Leslie Newsom, Meredith Lo­ pez, Caleb Stewnrt, lyier But­ ler, Snvnnnnh Normnn, Nicole Korczyk; First Grade - Daniel Relchard, Cnleb Mnthis, Sierra Rivera, Eli Sniith, Mnry Cnin, Andrew Brown, Zoe Carlton,. Coulter Kressevich, Zoe Bud­ die, Blake Sheffield, Evan' Barr, T«te Carney, McKenzie Aguilnr, Chandler Allen, Olivia Campbell, Noah Chaffin, Ethan Deas; Second Grnde - Mnson Hire, Hollie Dix, Luke Stillson, Jordan Comer, Hunter Bodford, Gavin Kernstine, Brooks Shef­ field, Annn Orliz, Joseph Bed- dington, Maddy Purvis, Reid Cunningham, Rhyne Wntts, El­ ena Lopez, Samantha Perdue, Owen Gulledge, Presley Jones, Rebecca Peterson, Frank Hale IV; Third Grnde - Jordnn Dnvis, Cnsey Cnrpenter, Jooy Boyle, Korri Steeimnn, Hunter Leroy, Noah Teeter, Cnmeron Sim­ mons, Znchnry Watson, Olivia West, Jessica Crosby, Wnlker Fentherngill, 2Cnch Smith, Bec- cn Edwnrds, Emerson Frantz, Nnthnn Coley, Hnyley Joumey, Anthony Perdue, Grace Smith; Fourth Grade - Jazmin Kern­ stine, Bailey Hall,Austin Mock, Summer Burton, Damian Gar­ cia, Michael Walton, Samantha Gibson, Sydney Smith, Tj Mc- craw. Beau Atkinson, Addison Lewis, Dmitriy Oliveri, Lylah Swan, Emmn Hicks, Susie Douglas, Laura Jester, Sydney Harris; Fifth Grade - Hunter Show, Jncob Byrd, Kntherine Wntts, Brianna Reed, Chad Minor, Holly Koevél, Fields Hnllidny, Lnndon Bnndy, An­ drew CInybrook, Hniley Mnl- loy, Snm Jones, Fnith Bokeno, Olivin Gray, Xnnder Sancrant, , Brady Vest. Ellis's Everything & More Opening October 14th 10:00 am C h e c k N e x t W e e k ’s P a p e r Ш З Ш М В Ш 119 Beechnut lane • Statesvffle, NC www.lstCholceStatesvllie.com '• ^ 7 0 4 -8 8 3 -8 2 2 8 I D4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Oct. 7,2010 F u n d i a i g e r g Friday, O ct. 8 Fall Festival, at Cooleemee El­ ementary School gym, 3:30-8 p.m. Food, gnmes, prizes, bingo, nnd cnko walk. Annual Pancake Supper Fund-* raiser, presented by Farmington Masonic Lodge, 5-7 p.m. Proceeds to support lodge ciinrities. S aturday, O ct. 9 Country Ham & Sausage Break­ fast, at Center UMC's Fnmily Life Center, 6-10 a.m. includes country ham, sausngc, eggs, nnd all the trimmings. Procecd lo benefit Benny Powell (who issiiffering from Ouillain-Bnrre syndrome). Community Breakfast, nt First Presbyterinn Church, Mocksville from 7-10 n.m. Donations only. Proceeds lo Presbyterian’s Women’s Winter Warmth project. Advanco Benefit Car & 'IVaclor Sliow, gnte open 10 n.m. nt Shady Orove School, Advnnce, with fifty- fifty drawing.door prizes, food. For info; 998-6136. Annunl Chicken Ple/Country HamSupper& Bazaar,nt Concord UM C,4-7:30 p.m. (Cherry Hill Rd., Just off NC 801 S., Mocksville). Plates $8 ndults,$3 children 12 nnd under. Crafts* baked goods 10a.m. til 8 p.m. Info: 998-2429, Proceeds to missions. Community Brealifast Fund- roiser, nt Onk Grove UM C, 7-10 n.m. Menu: eggs, biscuits, gnivy, sniisnge,coimgtry hnm,grits. Dona­ tions only. Tuesday, O ct. 12 Poor M an’s Supper, at Fulton UM C, 4-7 p.m. Donations. S aturday, O ct. 16 'Hilent Show Competition, spon­ sored by Davie Heritage Founda­ tion, 6 p..m., VFW in Cooleemee, with prizes. Cnll 336-692-8632 or 704-650-6140 for registration detnils. Tickets; $5 in ndvnnce, $7 at Ihe door. Oak Grovo Church B B Q & Chicken Pie Supper & Craft Sale, 5 p.m. until, 1994 US 158, Mocksville. tiropping For A Cure, nt WRD Elementary, begins 10 n.m. All dny event with prizes, limch; niffles, nnd snlo items. All proceeds to Susnn O. Komen Foundntion nnd PTO. Register by Oct. 9 by cnlling 492-6364. 9lli Annunl Catfish Fry, nt River- Park, Cooleemee Falls “The Bull- hole”, 11 n.m. til 2 p.m. Tickets; $7 a piece,kids fish pintes $3.To benefit “The Buiihole". S unday, O ct. 17 Sons of Thunder, gospel quartet nt ElbnvilleUMC,2595NC801 Soulh, Advance,7 p.m. Love offering to be takento benefit Angel Project. Light refreshments served. S aturday, O ct. 23 SIh Annunl Davie Hospitnl Golf Tournament, al Pudding Ridge Golf Course, 12 lunch, l;30 shot gun start, donations nccepted. For more info:www.dnviehospitnl.org or cnll 998-4409. Fundraiser & Movie,nt First UMC, Mocksville, 7 p.m. nt Fnmily Life Center. “Wesley” nwnrd winning independent film fentured nt specini event to raise funds for holidny mis­ sion projects. For info: 751-2503. S aturday, Nov. 13 Church YnrdSaie.nt Engle Heights, 852 US 64 West,Mocksville (behind Sonic), 7 n.m. til 2 p.m. For table rentnls nnd donntions cnll (336) 753-8384. W ednesday, Nov. 2 4 Boston Butts Pork Roasts Fund- ralser,sponsored by Sheffield Cnln- hnln VFD, $20 ench. Must order In advnnce before Nov. 15. Ready for pick-up Nov. 24 between4-6p.m.nt stntion, 435 Dyson Rond. To order: 704-546-5603. S unday, D ec. 5 Raffle, to benefit nnnunl Sheffield- Cnlnhnn Vol. Fire Dep.t Children’s Christmas Pnrty, drawing at party, need not be present to win, tickets $1 each or 12 for $10. For info: 462-1416. O ngoing Cooleemee Clvitnns BBQ Chick­ en, 3rd Fri. of each month, at Cool­ eemee Civitan Bldg., Cooleemee. Serving 1/2 chicken, BBQ slnw, baked beans, roll & pound cnke. $7 per plate. Reserve your plate, sign up nt Cooleemee Hnrdwnre or cnll 284-2196 or 284-2030. Will deliver order of five (5) or more. Proceeds to help pny for Cooleemee Clvilnn Comm, Bldg, fle J.ÍC Ü .Q -0 T hursday, O ct. 7 Biblical Counseling Foundation Self-Confrontation Course, of­ fered by A Storehouse For Jesus beginning 6 p.m. Course is $30 per student. For info; 336-753-8081. S unday, O ct. 10 3rdPnstaralAppreclallonServlce, at Greater Mt. Morlnh Missionnry Bnpt, Church, 3 p.m. with special guests. Lunch nt 1:30 p.m. T liu rsd a y, O ct. 21 TVash to Treasure Brunch, pre­ sented by W-S Christian Women’s Club nl Bennuda Run Country Club, 9:30-11:30 n.m., $12, re.Krve place FIRSTCHOICEAUCTION - REALTY - HOME IMPROVEMENT 336-399-1073 Firm License #7229 firstchoiceauction.com A U C T IO N Estate o f Jerry, K . and C in d y Foster (living) 9 5 1 D u lin R d , M o c ltsville , N C S a tu rd a y , O c to b e r 9 , 2 0 1 0 - 10 a .m . 5 5 + - A C R E S in D A V IE C O U N T Y , N C L A N D S O L D W IT H N O R E S E R V E IN C R E D IB L E O P P O R T U N iT Y IH I DRIVING OlRECTlONSiFrom Winslon-Salom; 140W to Exit 174 (Farmington Rd). Turn Loft, go 4/10 milo ond turn Loft onto Hwy 158E. Travel 1 2/10 milo and turn Right onto Dulin Rd. Travel 2/10 mile to sale on Loft (Watch for Signs).From Statesvlllo: WOE to Exit 174 (Farmington Rd). Turn Right, travel 4/10 milo and turn Left onto Hwy 156E. Travel 1 2/10 mile and turn Right onto Dulin Rd. 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Co.) with gauge**Store scales**Hanglng scale wilh pan**Hanginq scaTe#**Sausage grindflr(Berkol)**Time Clock (Amano)**100,000 BTU Propane Reddy Heater with thormostat -brand new- still In box - never usod**6ox of 9-Kocf) Furnace hillers - 20x22.25x1 ^*4 in. pump & electric motor**Fuel Tank**New Kerosun Healer (never used) * 5- .e&tan'"’-"-““'’'’ ......................-.gallon K-l kerosene 5-O.B.*' ■ йёьГ ........... - - __ *‘Pallets**25-304 stainless steel feeders**Double B Guns-all S&0.B.*'12 QBuae Richards Belgium-RabbK Eat**12 Qauop.lthaca-SmoVeless Powder Steel lthaca)**16 gauge (old type llhaca) Smokeless Powder Steel**12 gaugo Essex - CONSIGNED ITEMS: Brakes. Lincoln EngIno); 1995 fvlack Wreckor (w/2000 Century 7035 Wrecker Body, Installed Nev/ In 2001, Roady to work, still using dally); Aluminum Head AC Ranks; Ford 4610 DIosol Tractor (Over SOHP, good tires ana paint, runs good, 2 WO w/ Great Band 440 Quick Attach Loader and Pallot Forks); 6' Matori» Bucket (Quick Attach fits GB330.and 440 Loaders); Galvanized Slant-Bar Round Bale Feeder; Round Bale Feeder w/ Hay Cone Insert; 7' CPC Heavy Duty Scrapo Blado w/ 3 Point Hitch; Come-A-Longs; Trailer Pins; Chain Binders; Cast Iron Bells; Hammers; ChainHooks: Quick LI ' " ‘ •*' ’ ..... - - - ..............Wrenches;"lido ^ 'Running Gear; Forcf6' Bush Hog (3 point Hitch); 9’ UtillJ/.^ed; Sweco Manure Spreader; Calr/VearStalls; Irrifrance Irrigation Reel (1000 f^pt w/travellng gun); Houle Irrigation Pump; Irrigation Pipe tr Aluminum (w/fittings and elbow); John. ................ f^ndler Trash Pump;Flalbed W/'\^ry G ........llty Trailer w/ 2' Sides (Has Title); Ford i59 5' Mower Deere Disc (24'); Waste Handler Neckover Cattle Trailer; 4x6 Utillf Hitch 14-72; Woods Mowor RMSi . .FOR COMPLETE DETAILS and PHOTOS, VISIT http://AUCTION2IP.COM/ID«9470 Good Hoist; 20’ ■ Hayrake w/3 Pt by Oct, 18 by culling 940-6885 or 7604253. Special Events S aturday, O ct. 9 Four Oaks Festival, 10 n.m. til 6 p.m. Crnfters, kids nren, entertnin- ment. Cnll 909-2263 or go to www. historicdowntownmocksville.com S unday, O ct. 10 Fall Festival, free event sponsored by Hillsdnle Bnpt. Church,4815 US 158,Advnnce,6 p.m. Hot dog roast, gnmes, prizes, sweets, hnyrides, Bounce House. Info: 940-6618. S aturday, O ct. 16 Rescheduled Beach Concert, Part- Time Pnrty Time Bnnd, 7-9:30 p.m. nt Jimker's Outdoor Thentre. IVIonday, O ct. 25 Ping Pong Tournament, 5 p.m. at Brock Oym , cost $5. Musi pre-regisler by Oct. 20 by cnlling 751-2325. Sunday, Nov. 21 Christmas with Emile Pandolfl,7 p.m. nt Brock Performing Arts Ctr., 622 N. Main Street, Mocksville. Adulls $15, student.s/.4eniors $13. Box oflice; 751-3000. O ngoing Livf Music & Dancing, every Snt. night bluegrass, nt Sheffield Music Hall.cnil 704-546-3099 for info. Coffee House, 4th Suii. ench month, 7 p.m., at Cornntzer UMC. Good coffee, good fellowship, & good music. Farmington Farmer’s Market, Saturdays 8 a.m. til I p.m. Dgtgg.tPR em ^ m bgr O ngo ing Spny-Neuter Clinic, 2nd Wed. of ench month by the Humnne Society of Dnvie County, nffordnble spny- neuter surgery for cats and dogs. Cnll 751-5214 to mnke reservntion and for detnils. Free Monthly Dlabete.s/Blood Prcssure/Chalesterol Screenings, Inst Fri. of ench month in 2009 nt WnlMnrt,9 a.m. til 12 noon. Spon­ sored by Dnvic Lion’s Club. Farmington Farmers Market, now open Snt. 8 n.m. til 1 p.m. and Wed. 5-8 p.m. Local produce & homemade items. Location: 1723 Fnrmington Rd., Mocksville, Visit Cooieemee’s M ill Villnge Museum, 14 Church St„Wed.-Snt. 10n.m.til4p.m.Toursalsoavailnble by appt. Call 284-6040. Storytimcs, nt Davie Co, Library: Tues. 10a.m. & Fri. 11 n.m.-stories, songs, fun for preschoolers. 1st Snt. of every month - slories/nclivitics for kids of all nges. At Cooleemee Brunch: every other Fri. I0;30n.m. (cnll or check websile for dntcs). At Hillsdnle UMC: every olher Fri. 10 n.m. (cnll library or check website for dntcs). , Special Olympics ofDavie County, piny nctivities & fun nile, Wednes­ days at Brock Bldg. Play activities 6-7 p.m. Fun Nite 7-8:30 p.m. Open to all persons with disabilities & their fnmilies. Thursday, O ct. 7 Mocksville Gnrdcn Club, 7 p.m.. First UM C fellowship hnll. O ngoing Davlc Beekeepers Association, sccond Monday of every monlh, 7 p.m., 114 Doctor Sinte Drive, Mocksville(EMS building). Visitors welcome. To flnd out more info; www.daviebcekeepers.org Dnvic Quilters Guild, 3rd Mon. of^ ench month, for info; 492-2000. V FW Post 4024,7 p.m., 2nd Tues. ench month, VFW Hut, Sanford Av- enue,Mocksville.Eligiblemembcrs welcome. Come early for refresh­ ments. For info cnll 492-7521. Trium ph Parenting Classes, Wednesdnys, 10:30 n.m., cnll for info: 751-5636. Humnne Society of Davlc Co., bi­ monthly meetings 2ndTues.of every even-numbered month, at Humane Society Adoption Center, 290 Enton Rd. Cnll 751-5214 for info. Advance Garden Club, 2nd Tues. cnch month, Bnnk of tho Carolinas, N C801,lp.m . Hillsdale Sunrise Rotnry Club, every Thurs. al 7 a.m., Bermuda Village, , Dnvic Co. Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 94,3rd Tues, of every month, 7 p.m., Zeko’s Restaurant. Davie Co.RcpublicanParty,evcry third Tues. of month, 7:30 p.m. in Dnvie Co. courthouse. Duvic Amnteur Radio Club, 1st Tuesdny of cach month, 7 p.m., Dnvie Co. Hospital Training Room. Public welcome. Davie Co, Republican M en’s Federation, sccond Thurs. of every month, 6:30 p.m., Ari's Rc.stnurant, Mocksville. For info; 909-3534. Davlc Historical & Genealogical Society, 4th Tues., 7 p.m., Dnvie Library. Cooleemee Womens Civitan Club, meets 4th Thurs. of cach monlh, 7 p.m. Cooleemee First Bnpt. fellow­ ship hnll, 204 Mnrginal St., Cool­ eemee. All aren Indies invited. For further info: 336-284-4795. Stitch-In, n gathering of craftcrs nt Mocksville Library, second Wed. of cnch monlh, 7-8:15 p.m. Bring your portable project.fln,n|l, yoi|r, best tips nnd tricks to shni^e. Info: 751-2023. Cnmnnmlly Foundntion of Dnvic County Bonrd of Dlreclors, 2nd Mon., 5 p.m. Rolnting meeting. For info/monthly location call 753-6903. Mocksville Gnrdcn Club, 1st Thurs. of each month, 7 p.m.. In former fellowship hall behind First UM C, Main Street, Mocksville. North Davie Ruritnn Club,month­ ly dinner meetings, second Mon. of ench monlh, 7:30 p.m. Cnll 782- 4276 for Info and locntion of next meeting. Smart Start ofDavie County bonrd meeting, 3rd Tues. of every other month (begins Jnn.) nt SunTrust on Yndkinvillc Rd., 9-10:30 n.m. Questions; 751-2113, Alzheimer’s Support Group, 2nd Tuesday of each moiuh, 5:30 p.m., at Dnvie Sr. Services, Mocksviiie, Info; 753-6230. , Davlc Civllan Club meets 4th Thurs. of ench month, Feb.-Oct., 7 p.m., nt Hillsdnle Bnpt. Church, Hwy. 158. All visitors welcome. NAACP Community Awareness Meeting, every 4th Mon. of cach monlh, 7 p.m., at Shiloh Bapt. Church. Dnvie County Diabetes Support Group, first Thurs. of every'monlh, 7-8:30 p.m., nt Dnvie Co. Public Library Smnll Conference Room. Info; 751-8700. OavicCo.MSSupporlGroup,2nd Mon. of cnch monlh, 6 p.m., Davie Co. Hospital. YMCA For more informntion, cnll 751- 9622, visit www.dnvie.ymcnnwnc, org, or come to Iho YM CA for n tour. Y outh B asketball Foi boys & girls (nges 3-4), Intro lo gnme along with skills nnd develop­ ment drills. League mccis Sal, nt YM CA rncquctbnll court. Cost: $40 members, $50 potentinl members. Registration: Sept, 1-Oct. 21, S w im Lessons For nges 6 months to 100 yenrs we hnve ongoing swim lessons. Snt. morning, Tues. nnd Thurs. evenings, Mondny mornings or private lessons. Cheerleading (Ages 5-12) Pnrticipnnts will bo placed on squad with volunteer conch. Will practice every dny. Youth B asketball For girls 5-15 & boys 5-18. Pnrtici­ pnnts will be placed on tenm with volimleer conch & hnve scheduled gnmes. Indoor S occer (4-15) Lenge formnt .participants will be on team with volunteer conch niid hnve 5chcdMled,gn|nes on Sa|.......... Seniors All Senior Activities lake place nt Dnvie Counly Senior Services locnted nt 278 Meroney St., Mocks­ ville unless otherwise noted, Cnll 753-6230, O ngoing Sr. Lunchbox, M ,T,W , ll;30a,m., Th. & Fri., II a.m., lunch served daily. Quilting Club, every Mondny, 10 a.m. Bridge, every Fridny, 2 p.m. SKIPBO, Wednesdnys, 1 p.m. Scrapbooking, every 2nd Tuesdny, 2 p.m. Dr.Dunn,Podlairist,ntSr.Scrviccs every three weeks, 8;30a.m.,picnse cnll for dales. Free Blood Pressure Checks, oncc a month, nt 10:30 n.m. in the Nutri­ tion Site. Singing Seniors Chorus, Thurs- dnys, 10 a.m. Scrabble, I p.m. every Mondny. Texas Hold’Em -Thursdays, 1 p.m. Grief Support Group, 1st cSc 3rd Tuesdays nt 6 p.m. Sr, Book Club, every second Tues. ofthe month, 12:30 p.m. Computer Classes - nre available, call for informntion. Arthritic Exercisc • every other Wed. 10:30 n.m. Low Impact Acroblcs • Tues. & Thurs., 11 n.m, Fitness Equlpmenl Room • open Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. Ill 8 p.m. Fri­ days 8 a.m. til 5 p.m. & Sat. 9 a.m. til 1 p.m. Tnble Tennis - every Tues. 1-4 p.m. Art, Mondays 9 u.m. til 12 p.m. Dll Chi, Tuesdays (cnll for scss- sion dates) Woodcarving, Wed. 9-11 a.m. Advanced SllvcrHealth Exercises, Mon., Tues., Wed., 8:30 n.m. Mnnicures/Pcdicurcs,every Thurs. cnll for nppt. & prices. Massage Therapy, every 3rd Tues. Call for appt. & prices. Current Social Dancing,Thurs. 11 a.m. Ill 12 noon. Yoga, cnll for dnics nnd sessions. Dance Parly Aerobics, 5:30 p.m. on Tues. & Thurs. Friday, O c t.’l5 Oclober Gathering, Welcome in Fnll nt our nnnual event beginning 2 p.m, The cost is free nnd refresh­ ments will be served, T uesday, O ct. 26 Pumpkin Carving,nl Iho Fnrming­ lon sito, l0;30n.m.Seeexpertcnrver TimTrudgeon cnrve delightful fnces out of pumpkins. Report Davie Dateline Items By Noon On Monday Items’for Dnvie Dnlellne should bo reported by noon Monday of the publicntioh week. Cnll 751-2120 or drop il by Iho office, nt S. Mnip St. ncross from Ihe courthouse. of Davie Count Executive Director Smart Start of Davie County, Inc. seeks a talented leader. Accountable lo Ihe local paitnership Board ol Dlreclors, Ihe Execulive Director provides professional leadership ol elfective strategic planning anS collaboration within the communié lo address Ihe needs of children, financial oversight of all funding, and supen/islon ol stall. The Exequllve Director works at the direction of Ihe Board lo achieve the mission and goals ol Smart Start while ensuring compliance wllh all applicable regulations and policies. Administrative/ Resource Specialist Smart Start seeks talented team member. Tfie Ideal candidate has strong lead administrative experience and communlcallon skills and a background In early childhood education. We desire an Individual i wilh a personal commitment lo excellence, and a passion lor helping families guide their children lo achieve success. For more details about bolii www.davletmartetart.org. L E G A L N O T IC E S NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF BERMUDA RUN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to G.S. 160A-364 that the Town Council of Bermuda Run will meet at 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday, October 12,2010 at the Town Hall, located at 120 Kinderton Blvd, R A N D Y M ILLER & SONS SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 295 Miller Road • Mocksvillc (336) 284-2826 • We Pump Septic Tanks stale Certllled litspector SIdd Steer Work Trencher Work Hauling Items Suite 100, Bermuda Run, N0 27006, to hold a public hearing and to receive public comment on the following Item: 1, The Town Council welcomes public comment to a proposed enactment of a three percent hotel occupancy tax to be used for tourism marketing and development In the Town ol Bermuda Run, It is proposed that a Tourism Development Authority would also be established. The public Is Invited to attend the hearing al which lime there will be an opportunity to be heard in lavor of, or in opposition to, the above Items, Addltlonai Inforrnatlon Is available at Bermuda Run Town Hall. 10-7-1 tn ^ S T R O U S E H O U S E A U C T IO N S A14124 In d u a tr lE k I Dr.. S t a t e s v i l l e , NC 28825 Phono: 704-672-0444 AUCTIONECH: mike 8inOU3E. n c lic . #7465 w w w .s t r o M s e h o u a 9 a M C t lo n a .c o mCh€€h us out on F»eebook 9 S(n>UM Houto 4ifo(tonf ^ Thun., Oct, 7 • 6i30PM • IhKkloKi Suq>liii/SihiM-OiildooriRMiMllonal S<l«l: OEEn STANDS • 1 S' Duo UiU« sund'v^f CMm. I f Trwidi, 250 b Ortw, S M«ui Qunuiet J *** ® »„ShcoM Bucti. Mc)0 b#cov*. CroutxM Scope, Qimt Cali. Urn 19 M«at QiWJ«.AUOW Qvr«Cwn«(u,Frsd[M:«&MvwCcrN)ou«JQowi,SonUwrSitf«! CVoadHeKli.OoMbM M l Rrt tW Sew«, 5m» Bern C»m. Tuealt SpMKMrt. flalw Jadui« WmS«, Iav D»n»iy'"**** KU, Popl* Dirdi, Anmd Trap«, BdTKlMMt S«w OHILLS« SUrieuliiMlGi« SUiMuCi« &ik --------------------------- miliir Frl„ Oct, a • №30PM • Cenerai Merchandlt* & TOOL.SII^ - Sola. QortW Рал, Fm ŸAmtxmm. DVD PÙywt. Boom Do.«,HaKntvenC)ocorationi,ВалетуCrum«ra,Coi(S«uOnliOehumkU«ft Lnhlf____________________»ai »WM OM T V «teme Л MÓlíilU___________________________ , Oct. 9 • 6:30PM • FOOD SALEIll ' Oxkvt, С NORTH CAROLINA DAVIECOUNTY Harris Pool & Supplies CleMi«>(Mcab>NtS|HMililiM Tommy Harris/Owncr-Over 20 Yrs. Exp. 211 Plei№»nt Acre Dr., Mocksvillc Home 1336) 284-4817 .Business (336) 909^7, NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate ol JOLETHA B. WEST, late ol Davie County, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or belore the 7th day of January, 2011, being three (3) months from the first day of publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted lo said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 7lh day of October, 2010. WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE 4138 NC Highway 801 North fi/looksvllle, NC 27028 10-7-4tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC SALE Public Sale: Mocksville Mlnl- Storage Intends to sell tha contents of the following units In attempt to collect unpaid rent and expenses. #114 Gina Foushee Teague, #161 Frankie Dale Bolen, Jr., #235 Cecilia Lane, #247 Myra Wilson, #258 Beatrice Vaughters. Public sale date: October 22, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. Household Items. No personal checks. Balance must be paid by Oct. 20, 2010 to avoid sale. 124 Eaton Rd., 336-751-2483. 10-7-2 SEPARATIO N? D IV O R C E ? J . L a R o s s K e t n e r A t t o r n e y a t L a w Family Law since 1996 336-940-3984 rossketner@gmail.com NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY 10SP244 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of a Pow­ er ol Sale contained In that cer­ tain Deed of Trust exec\ited by Greg Vanderbrook and spouse, Kelly Vanderbrook to Samuel Thaddeus Goforth, attorney at law, Truslee(s), which was dated December 30,2002 and recorded on January 3, 2003 in Book 457 at Page 659, Davie County Reg­ istry, North Carolina. Delauit hav­ ing been made In Ihe payment ol the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the un­ dersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, having been substituted as Trust­ ee In said Deed ol Trust, and Ihe holder of the note evidencing said Indebtedness having directed that the Deed of Trust be fore­ closed, the undersigned Substi­ tute Trustee will oHer lor sale at the courthouse doorol the county courthouse where Ihe property Is located, or the usual and custom­ ary location at the county court­ house for conducting the sale on October 13, 2010 at 10;00AM, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated In Davie County, North Carolina, to wit: Tract 1; Beginning a point, a p/k lying in the center line of State Road 1808 (Twin Cedars Golf Road), said point of begin­ ning being the Southwest cor­ ner ol a 3.299 acre tract and the Southeast corner of the within described tract; thence Irom said point and place ol beginning along the northern right ol way ol SR 1806 Soulh 77 deg. 10 mln. 36 sec. West 239.69 It. to a rail road spike lying in the Northern right ol way of SR 1808, the Southwest corner of the within described tract; thence North 04 deg. 43 min. 51 sec. East 29.21 It. to an Iron; thence North 76 deg. 33 mln. 45 sec. East 213.56 It. to an Iron; thence North 04 deg. 59 min. 01 seo. East 214.10 It. to an Iron; therice South 76 deg. 49 Min. 47 sec. West 214.23 It. to an Iron; thence North 04 deg. 43 mln. 51 seo. East 134.58 It to an Iron; the tlorthwest corner of the within de­ scribed tract; thence North 68 deg. 46 mln. 36 seo. East 175.78 ft to a Twin Poplar tree; thence North 53 deg. 29 min. 49 sec. East 78.42 It to an Iron, the Northeast cor­ ner ol the within described tract; thence South 03 deg. 12 mln. 56 seo. West 405.11 It. to an Iron; thence South 03 deg.'12 min. 56 seo. West 33.0 It to the point and place of beginning and containing 1.051 acres as taken from sur­ vey of Grady L. Tutterow, R.L.S. dated October 19, 1993 and re­ vised April 9, 1999. Tract 2 Be­ ginning at a new Iron In the north­ ern right of way of NCSR 1808 In the Southeast corner ol the within ' described tract common corner with W.F. Benson, Deed Book 86, page 434, which iron is lurther lo­ cated North 19 deg. 10 mln. West 44.56 It. Irom an old Iron In the Western right ol way of Twin Ce­ dars CT, St, the Northeast corner ol Lot No, 9 of Twin Cedars, Plat Book 4, Page 94, thence from the . beginning wilh the right ol way of NCSR 1806 South 73 deg. 23 min. West 214 ft. to a new iron In the right of way of said road Southwest corner ol said tract; thence with a new line of W.F. , Benson North 01 deg, 23 mln. East 214 ft. to a new iron North­ west corner of said tract; thence with a new line of W.F. Benson Nonh 73 deg. 23 min. East 214 ft. to a new Iron Northeast corner of said tráol; thence wilh a new line ol W. F. Benson South 01 deg. 23 min. West 214 ft. to Ihe point and place of beginning one acre, more or less, as shown on a sur­ vey dated July 16, 1975 entitled Tony D. Mullis and wife Bobby B. Mullís by Otis Jones, Surveyor. Save and except any releases, deeds of release or prior convey­ ances of record. Said property Is commonly known as 191 TVvIn Cedars Golf Road, Mocksville, NC 27028. Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and the court cqsts of Forty-Five Cents (450) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A oash deposit (no personal checks) of five per­ cent (5%) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever Is greater, will be required at the time of the sale. Following the expiration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are Imme­ diately due and owing. Said prop­ erty to be offered pursuant to this Notice ol Sale Is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance "AS IS WHERE IS.” There are no representations of warranty re­ lating to Ihe title or any physical, environmental, health or. salety conditions existing in, on, at, or relating to the property being of- D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - D 5 L E G A L N O T I C E S fered for sale. This sale Is made sublect to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid land Irans-' fer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encum­ brances or exceptions ol record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of tho undersigned, the cur­ rent owner(s) of the property Is/ are Qregg Vanderbrook. An Or­ der for possession of the property may be Issued pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 In favor of Ihe purchaser and against the party or parties In possession by the clerk of superi­ or court of the county In which the property Is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, afler receiving the no­ tice of sale, lermlnate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written notice to the landlord, The notice shall also state that upon termi­ nation of a rental agreement, the tenant Is liable lor rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termina­ tion, If Ihe trustee Is unable to convey title to this property lor any reason, the sole remedy ol the purchaser Is the return of the deposit. Reasons ol such Inability to convey Include, but are not lim­ ited to, the filing ol a bankruptcy petition prior to the'conlirmatlon ol the sale and reinstatement ol the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the trustee. In their sole discretion. If they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no lurther remedy, , Brock & Scott, PLLC Substitute Trustee Jeremy B, Wilkins, NCSB No, 32346, 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-4988 FAX; (910) 392-8587 File No, 10-20508-FC01, 750626 9-30-21П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administrator of the Estate of PRINTIS HUSTEN BARNEY- CASTLE, late of Davie County, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or belore the 30th day ol December, 2010, being three (3) months from the first day of publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment lo the undersigned. This the 30th day of September, 2010, CHEYRELG, BARNEYCASTLE 733 Bear Creek Church Rd, Mooksvllle, NC 27028 ■ 9-30-4Ш NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having quaiifled as Executor of the Estate of PE(3GY WILSON CORNATZER. aka Peggy Wilson Warden, late of Davie County, this Is lo notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 30th day of December, 2010, being three (3) months Irom the lirst day ol publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment lo the undersigned. This the 30th day of Septembei, 2010. A U N JOYNER SYKES 1382 Pebble Drive Graham, NC 27253 9-30-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualilled as Executor of the Estate of CAROL U M A R TEETER, late of Davie County, this Is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before December 30, 2010, (be­ ing three (3) months from the first day of publication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 30th day of Septem­ ber, 2010. KAY L. TEETER Executor of the Estate of Carol L. Teeter c/o Teeter Law Firm 315 N, Spruce Street, Suite 275 Winston-Salem, NC 27101 ' . 9-30-4tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of LILLIAN CAIN, late of Davie County, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them lo the undersigned on or before the 30th day ol December, 2010, being three (3) months Irom the first day of publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This Ihe 30th day ol September, 2010. MAGALENE D. GAITHER 1938 Hwy. 64 E Mocksville, NC 27028 9-30-4tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor ol the Estate of SUE R. VAUGHN, late of Davie County, this Is to notily all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or belore the 7th day ol January, 2011, being three (3) months Irom the lirst day ol publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will pleasa make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 7th day ol October, 2010. CHRISTOPHER D. VAUGHN 158 Guy Gaither Road Harmony, NC 28634 10-7-4tp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIECOUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualilled as Executor ol the Estate ol SARA WALKER SCOTT, late of Davie County, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them lo the undersigned onorbeforethe7thdayol January, 2011, being three (3) months from tfie first day of publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to Ihe undersigned. This the 7th day of October, 2010. JAMIE S. PARKER 1017 Yellow Daisy Dr. ’ Stallings, NC 28104 10-7tp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the requirements of Article 20-B of Chapter 153-A of the General Statutes of North Carolina and Section 155.236 of the Davie County Code of Ordinances, thatthe Davie County Board ol Adjustment will hold a Hearing In the Commissioners Room ol the Davie County A'dmlnlstratlon Building, 123 South Main Street Mocksville, NC on Monday October 18, 2010 at 6.00 p.m. to hear the following request: A) Jesse M. Gentry Jr. has appealed a decision by the Zoning Enforcement Oflicer pursuant to §155.263 of the Davie County Zoning Ordinance. The subject use/property Is located at 2992 NC Hwy 801 North, Mocksville, NC 27028 and is further described as Parcel of the Davie County Tax Map C400000062. All parties and Interested citizens are Invited to attend said hearing at which time they shall have an opportunity to present facts and testimony in support of, or In opposition to, the eppeal. Prior to the hearing, additional Information on an appeal may be obtained by visiting the Development Services Department weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, or by telephone at (336) 753-6050. ' Andrew Meadwell Planning Departmen 10-7-21П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 4590 10-SP-S3 AMENDED NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the power and authority contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed and delivered by Tommy Ray Gaddy and Julie S. Gaddy, dated April 7, 2003 and recorded on April 7,2003, In Book No. 475, at Page 461 and re­ recorded bn August 1,2005 In the Office of the Register of Deeds of Davie County, North Carolina; and because of default In the payment ol the indeb-itedness secured thereby and lallure to carry out and perlorm the stipulations and agreements contained therein and, pursuant to demand of the holder of the Indebted-iness secured by said Deed ol Trust, the under-tslgned Substitute Trustee will place for sale, at public auclion, to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of salo at Davie County Courthouse, Mocksville, North Carolina on October 21, 2010 at 1:30 PM that parcel ol land. Including -improvements thereon, situated, lying and being In the City of Mooksvllle, County of Davie, State of North Carolina, and being more partlculariy described as follows: U N D SITUATED IN DAVIE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA DESCRIBED AS; BEING KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS LOT 13 AS SHOWN ON THE MAP OF DEACON'S RIDGE AS RECORDED IN P U T BOOK 6, PAGES 60 AND 61 IN THE OFFICE OF THE. REGISTER OF DEEDS OF DAVIE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, REFERENCE TO WHICH IS HEREBY MADE FOR A MORE PARTICULAR DESCRIPTION Address of property: 247 Deacon Way, Mocksville, NC 27028 Present Record Owners: Tommy Ray Gaddy and Julie S. Gaddy The terms of the sale are that the real property hereinbefore described will be sold for cash to the highest bidder. A deposit of five percent (5%) of Ihe amount of the bid or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever Is greater. Is required and must be tendered in the form of certified lunds at the time of the sale. In the event that the Owner and Holder or Its Intended assignee Is exempt Irom paying the same, the successful bidder shall be required to pay revenue stamps on the Trustee's Deed, and any Land Transfer Tax. The real property hereinabove described Is being offered for sale “AS IS, WHERE IS" and will be sold subject to all superior liens, unpaid taxes, and special assessments. Other conditions will be announced at the sale. The sale will be held open for ten (10) days lor upset bids as by law required. If the Trustee Is unable to convey title to this property lor any reason, the sole remedy ol the purchaser Is the return of the deposit. Reasons ol such' Inability to convey Include, but are not limited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the sale and reinstatement ol the loan without the knowledge ol the Trustee. II the validity ol the sale Is challenged by any party, the Trustee, in Its sole discretion, II It believes the challenge to have merit, may declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The piirchaser will have no further remedy. Additional Notice Where the Real Property is Residential With Less Than IS Rental Units: An order lor possession of the property may be Issued pursuant to Q.S. 45-Si .29 In favor of Ihe purchaser and against the party or parties In possession by the clerk of superior court ol the county In which the property is sold, A ny person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or alter October 1, 2007, may, after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice to the landlord. Upon termination ol a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a bona lide lease or tenancy may have additional rights pursuant to Title Vll ol 5.896 - Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act which became elfective on May 20,2009. Dated: March 18,2010 Posted: Witness: Assistant/Deputy Clerk of Superior Court David A' Simpson, P.O., Substitute Trustee Attorney at Law Rogers Townsend & Thomas PC Attorneys lor David A. Simpson, P.C., Substitute Trustee 2550 West Tyvoia Road Suite 520 Charlotte, NC 28217 (704) 697-5809 10-7-2tn MILLER EQUIPMENT RENTAL FALL IS HERE! Bobcat, aerator, core plugger & more lor rent today! Hwy 60! S, nort/lMocksvllla (3361 751-2304 M ETAL R O O F IN G 3’ Coverage • 40+ Colors oun COLORS m mnoy m u mko 40 Year Warranty •1,500°° TAX CREDIT AVAILABLE Cut I for price.'!/ 1-888-278-6050 M ID -S T A 1 1 M E T A L S of the Carolinas. 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All persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the under­ signed. This the gth day of September, 2010. DAHLQREN ETCHISON UPDEQRAFF 1196 Cana Road Mocksville, NG 27028 , MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law Ten Court Square Mocksville, NC 27028 ■ 9-16-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE OOUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled Executor of the Estate of MILLICENT C. SIMS, late of Davle County, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 23rd day of December, 2010, being three (3) monlhs from the first day of publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 23rd day of September, 2010. CLAUDIA SIMS 3104 Wynnewood Dr. Greensboro, NC 27408 9-23-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified Executor of the Estato of GRETA A. SMOLOWE, late of Davle County, this Is to notify all persons, first and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or . before the 23rd day of December, 2010, being three (3) months from the first day of publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 23rd day of September, 2010. I RICHARD E. SMOLOWE 22 Bayberry Placce Advance, NC 27008 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law Ten Court Square . Mocksville, NC 27028 9-23-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor ol the Estate of Timothy Joseph Sullivan, Jr., late of Davle County, North Carolina, the undersigned does hereby notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate ol said decedent to exhibit them to the. undersigned at the offl.ce of their attorney at 110 Oakwood Drive, Suite 300, Winston-Salem, NC 27103-1958, on or belore the 23rd day of December, 2010 or this no­ tice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms, and corporations Indebted to the said estate will please make Immedi­ ate payment to the undersigned. This the 23rd day of Septem­ ber, 2010. Mary P. Sullivan, Administra­ tor Estate of Timothy Joseph Sullivan, Jr. Craige Brawiey Lllpfert & Walker, LLP 9-23-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 3634 10-SP-246 NOTICE OF SUBSTI­ TUTE TRUSTEE’S FORE­ CLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROPËRTY UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the power and authority contained In that certain Deed of Trust ex­ ecuted and delivered by Greg C. Robbins, dated May 16, 2007 and recorded on May 18,2007, In Book No. 713, at Page 1075 In the Office of the Register o( Deeds of Davle County, North Carolina; and because of default In the pay­ ment of the Indeb-itedness se­ cured thereby and failure to carry out and perform the stipulations and agreements contained there­ in and, pursuant to demand of the holder of the indebted-iness se­ cured' by said Deed of Trust, the under-islgned Substitute Trustee will place lor sale, at public auc­ tion, to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at Da­ vie County Courthouse, Mocks­ ville, North Carolina on October 14, 2010 at 1:30 PM that parcel of land, including Improvements thereon, situated, lying and being in the City ot Mocksville, County of Davle, State of North Carolina, and being more particularly de­ scribed In tho above referenced Deed of Trust. Address of property: 4271 Highway 601 North, Mocksville, NC 27028 , Tax Parcel ID: ' D300000035A/D30000003501 Present Record Owners: Greg C. Robbins The terms of the sale are that the real property hereinbefore described will be sold for cash to the highest bidder. A deposit of five percent (5%) of the amount of the bid or Seven Hundred Fllty Dollars ($750.00), whichever Is greater, is required and must be tendered in the form of certllied funds at the time ol the sale, in the event that the Owner and Holder or Its intended assignee Is exempt from paying the same, Ihe successful bidder shall be re- qulred to pay revenue stamps on www.YORKAUCT10N.coni "NO BUYER'S PREMIUM" A U C T I O N Sat. Oct. 9 @ 10 am Marie Stroud Vaughn - esl (iicc.) 136 Imperial Heights Rd., Statesville, NC MO exit 0151 lake Hwy. 21 N. to Jane Sowers Rd, R. to Wildwood Loop, then L. lo Imperial Heights Rd 2 Oak Dressers * Oak Pump Organ * Oak Organ Stool * early Sofa ♦ nice old rcfinislied Tnmk * old Ice Box Chest ♦ Oak Mission Rccliner & Rockcr * Wal. 3 pc. Bedroom Suile * Dep. Era High Chest ♦ 6 Dep. Era Dining Chairs * Oak Bow Front China Cabinet ♦ Uph. Furniture * Child’s Roll Top Desk * Marx metal Motor Grader • Tonka Toys ♦ NyLin melal Crane • Toy Train ♦ Madam Alexander Dolls * Barbie Dolls * Schwinn Bikes * 1965 Harmony H. Sch. Washington Picturc * 3 Bob Tiinbcrlakc Prints • Colton Ketchie & Dempsey Essick Prints ♦ large Apollo 11 Print * small Antiques & Collectibles * Ironware ♦ Lamps ♦ Glassware * China ♦ Appliances * Kitciienware • Household • wood Heaters ♦ Gas Generator ♦ Snapper Comet Lawn Mower ♦ Stihl gas hand Leaf Blower • Ryobi Weed trimmer ♦ Crollsman 74 pc. Tool Set ♦ Yard Tools ♦ Many Olher Items notice of upcoming 2 Days @ 2 different locations www.YORKAUCTION.con, "NO BUm'S PREMIUM" A U C T I O N Rodney Lynn Broyhill -»/. Sat. Oct. 16,2010 @ 10 am ami Wed. Oct. 20,2010 (g 1 pm 246 Troutman Shoals Rd. and 352,358,402 N. Center St, * Statesville, NC 2 Chev. Corvettes • +/-15 olher Autos. * 2 Trailem * Tractor ♦ Fami Mach. * 6 Boats ♦ Shop Tools ♦ Spas ♦ Swimming Pool * vintage Store Items ♦ Antiques & Modem Furniture • Antique Smalls & Collectibles for lisling A color piclurts, please visit www.YORKAUCTION.com 704-546-2696 ♦♦Hamiony,NC ncal//74****.v/«cc/«5 AucllonZlp.coni # 4569 the Trustee’s Deed, and any Land Transfer Tax. The real property hereinabove described is being offered lor sale “AS IS, WHERE IS” and will be sold sublect to all superior Hens, unpaid taxes, and special assess­ ments. Other conditions will be announced at the sale. The sale will be held open for ten (10) days for upset bids as by law required. If the Trustee is unable to con­ vey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the de­ posit. Reasons of such inability to convey include, but are not lim­ ited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the sale and rein­ statement of the loan without the knowledge of the Trustee. If the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the Trustee, In Its sole discretion, II It believes the challenge to have merit, may de­ clare the sale to be void and re­ turn the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy. Additional' Notice Where the Real Property Is Residential With Less Than 15 Rental Units; An order for possession of the property may be Issued pursu­ ant to Q.S. 45-21,29 in favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties In possession by the clerk of superior court of the oounty In which the property Is sold. Any person who occu^ pies the property pursuant to a rental agreemerit entered Into or renewed on or affer October 1, 2007, may, after receiving the no­ tice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice to the landlord. Upon ter­ mination ol a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement pro­ rated to the effective date of the termination. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a bona fide lease or tenancy may have addi­ tional rights pursuant to Title Vll of 5.896 - Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act which became effective on 1Лау 20,2009. Dated: September 21,2010 Posted: Witness; Assistant/Deputy Clerk of Superior Court David A. Simpson, P.O., Sub­ stitute Trustee By; Attorney at Law Rogers Townsend & Thomas, • PC Attorneys for David A. Simp­ son, P.O., Substitute Trustee 25S0West1Vvola Road Suite 520 „Charlotte, N C 28217 (704)697-5809'9-30-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 1665 TABS #8806.0000597 10-SP-163 NOTICE OF SUBSTI­ TUTE TRUSTEE’S FORE­ CLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the power and authority contained in that certain Deed of Trust ex­ ecuted and delivered by Paul S. Agrlllo, Jr. and Maria J. Agrlllo, dated April 13, 2006 and record­ ed on April 19, 2008, In Book No. 658, at Page 502 In the Olllce of the Register of Deeds of Davle County, North Carolina; and be­ cause of default In the payment ol the indeb-itedness secured thereby and failure to carry out and perform the stipulations and agreements contained therein and, pursuant to demand of the holder‘of the indebted->ness se­ cured by said Deed of Trust, the under-islgned Substitute Trustee will place for sale, at public auc­ tion, to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at Davle County Courthouse, Courthouse Steps, North Carolina on October 14, 2010 at 1:30 PM that parcel of iand, Including Improvements thereon, situated, lying and be­ ing In the City of Bermuda Run, County of Davle, State of Nortii Carolina, and being more particu­ larly described In the above reler- enced Deed of Trust. Address ot property: 143 Pembrooke Ridge Court, Ber­ muda Run, NC 27006 Tax Parcel ID: 09010A0018 Present Record Owners: Marla J. Agrlllo The terms of the sale are that the real property herelnbelore described will be sold for cash to the highest bidder. A deposit of five percent (5%) of the amount of the bid or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($760.00), whichever Is greater. Is required and must be tendered In the form of certllied funds at the time of the sale, in the event that the Owner and Holder or Its intended assignee Is exempt from paying the same, the successlui bidder shall be re­ quired to pay revenue stamps on the Trustee’s Deed, and any Land Transler Tax. The real property hereinabove described Is being ollered for sale "AS IS, WHERE IS” and will be sold subject to all superior liens, unpaid taxes, and special assess­ ments. Other conditions will be announced at the sale.-The sale will be held open for ten (10) days for upset bids as by law required. If the Trustee is unable to con­ vey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy ,of the purchaser Is the return of the de­ posit. Reasons ol such inability to convey include, but are not lim­ ited to, the Illing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the sale and rein­ statement of the loan without the knowledge of the Trustee, if the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the Trustee, in Its sole discretion, If it believes the challenge to have merit, may de­ clare the sale to be void and re­ turn the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy. Additional Notice Where the Real Property is Residential With Less Than 15 Rental Units: An order for possession of the property may be issued pursu­ ant to Q.S. 45-21,29 In favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties in possession by the clerk of superior court of the county In which the property Is sold. Any person who occu­ pies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, after receiving the no­ tice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written ■ notice to the landlord. Upon ter­ mination ol a rental agreement, the tenant is liable lor rent due under the rental agreement pro­ rated to the ellectlve date of the termination. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a bona fide lease or tenancy may have addi­ tional rights pursuant to Title Vll . of 5.896 - Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act which became ellectlve on May 20,2009. Dated; Septen)ber 21, 2010 David A. Simpson, P.O., Sub­ stitute Trustee By: Rogers Townsertd & ,, Thomas, PC Attorneys for David A. Simp­ son, PC., Substitute Trustee 2550 West Tyvola Road Suite 520 Charlotte, NC 28217 704-442-9500 9-30-2tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY 09 SP 22 AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained in that certain Deed of Trust executed by Jerry Nelson Freyer and Erica Danielle Fryer AKA Erica Danielle Freyer to LandAmerica Transnation Title insurance Com­ pany, Trustee(s), whlclj was dat­ ed August 10, 2007 and recorded on August 13, 2007 In Book 725 at Page 807, Davle County Reg­ istry, North Carolina. Default hav­ ing been made In the payment of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the un­ dersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, having been substituted as Trust­ ee In said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said Indebtedness having 'directed that the Deed of Trust be fore­ closed, the undersigned Substi­ tute Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the county courthouse where the property Is located, or the usual and custom­ ary location at the county court­ house for conducting the sale on October 11, 2010 at 12;00PM, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated in Davle County, North Carolina, to 'wit: BEING all ol that certain Lot or parcel of land situated In City of Mocksville, Davle County, North Carolina and being, more ' particularly described as follows; B e r m u d a M in i's S e lf S t o r a g e 146 C om m erce Dr., H illsdale (Behind A Cleaner World) 3 1 6 -9 9 8 -9 6 6 1 5x5 up to 10x20 S tandard & C lim ate C ontrolled C A L L F O R O U R S P E C IA L S ! BEQINNINQ at a corner In the right ol way of U.S. 601, said cor­ ner being 25 feet northwest In the right of way of U.S. 601 from the John T Lamb northwestern most corner as seen In Deed Book 124, Page'831, Plat Book 1, Page 35 of the Davle County Registry, and running thence with the right of way of U.S. 601 North 33-02-50 West 98 feet to a new Iron; thence a new line North 60-36-36 East 210.02 feet to a new iron; thence South 33-03-35 East 97.3 feet to a new iron in the edge of a 25 foot roadway; thence South 60-25- 10 West 210 feet to a point and place of BEGINNING, containing .470 acres, more or less, as sur­ veyed by Sam P. Hail, Registered Land Surveyor, August 7, 1990. Parcel ID: L5100B0001 Property Address; 2197 S US Highway 601 Mocksville, NC 27028 D&Q File NO; 2007075879 Save and except any releas­ es, deeds of release or prior con­ veyances of record. Said property Is commonly known as 2197 US Highway 601 South, Mocksville, NC 27028. Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and tho court costs ol Forty-Five Cents (45C) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to NCQS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five per­ cent (5%) of. the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fllty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, will be required at the time of the sale. Following the expiration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are Imme­ diately due and owing. Said prop­ erty to be offered pursuant to this Notice ol Sale Is being offered lor sale, transfer and conveyance ”AS IS WHERE IS.” There are no representations of warranty re­ lating to the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing in, on; at, or relating to the property being ol- fered for sale, This sale Is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid land trans­ fer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights ol way, deeds of release, and any other encum­ brances or exceptions of record. .To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the cur­ rent owner(s) of the property Is/ are Jerry Nelson Fryer and wife. Erica Danielle Fryer. An Order for possession ol the property may be Issued pursuant to Q.S. 45- 21.29 In favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties In possession by the clerk of superi­ or court ol the county |n which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, alter receiving the no­ tice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice to the landlord. The notice shall also state that upon termi­ nation of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the elfectlve date of the termina­ tion. If the trustee is unable to convey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser Is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such Inability to convey include, but are not lim­ ited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the conllrmatlon of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the trustee, In their sole discretion, 11 they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy. Brock & Scott, PLLC Substitule Trustee Jeremy B. Wilkins, NCSB No. 32346, 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 PHONE; (910) 392-4988 FAX; (910) 392-8587 FileNo.09-01402-FC01, 749418 9-30-2tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY 10SP188 NOTICE OF FORECLO­ SURE SALE Under and by virtue ol a Pow­ er ol Sale contained in that cer­ tain Deed of Trust executed by Charies Kenneth Martin, a mar- С I . K A R Y A l ) r c > S A I . i : S FOR SALE: C a rs • T ru c k s U tility B uildings C arports: All Sizes, All Qalvanlzed All Size Dog Lots 336-751-3442 M ocksville, NC ried person and Mona Martin, a married person to Stuart Clarke at Thorpe & Clark, Trustee(s), which was dated May 28, 2003 and recorded on May 28, 2003 in Book 486 at Page 511, Davie County Registry, North Carolina. Default having been made in the payrrwnt of the note thereby se­ cured by the said’ Deed of Trust and the undersigned. Brock & Scott, PLLC, having been substi­ tuted as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said indebtedness having directed that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the under­ signed Substitute Trustee will olfer for sale at the courthouse door of the counly courthouse where the property Is located, or the usual and custornary loca­ tion at the county courthouse for conducting the sale on October 11,2010 at 12:00PM, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situ­ ated In Davle County, North Caro­ lina, to wit: Being Known and designated as Lot No. 38, Section 3, Woodlee, as set forth in Plat Book 4, Page 169, Davle County Registry, to which reference Is hereby made lor a more particular description. Subject to Restrictive Coveriants In DB 97, Pg. 398, Davle County Registry, and any other ease­ ments and restrictions of record. For back title, see DB 207, Pg. 620, Davie County ReSistry, See also Tax Map C-7-10, A, Pci. 31, located In Farmington Township, Davle County, North Carolina. Sa\/e and except any releases, deeds of release or prior convey­ ances ol record. Said property Is commonly known as 117 Brook Hill Court, Advance, NC 27006. Third party purchasers must pay the éxcise tax, and the court costs ol Forty-Five Cents (45e) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursu­ ant to NCQS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Filly Dollars ($750.00), whichever Is greater, will be required at the. time of the sale. Following the ex­ piration ol the statutory upset bid period, ali the remaining amounts are Immediately due and owing. Said property to be olfered pursu­ ant to this f^otlce of Sale Is be­ ing olfered for sale, transfer and conveyance "AS IS WHERE IS." There are no representations of warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing in, on, at, or relating to the property be; . Ing offered for sale. This sale is I rnade 'subject to all prior liens, ' unpaid taxes, any unpaid land transfer taxes, special assess­ ments, easements, rights ol way, deeds of release, and any othor encumbrances or exceptions of record. I To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owner(s) of the proper­ ty Is/are Charles K. Martin. An Order for possession of the property may be Issued pursuant to Q.S. 45-21.29 In favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties in possession by the clerk ol superior court of the county in which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the prop­ erty pursuant to a rental agree­ ment entered Into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, : after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written notice to the landlord. The notice shall also state that upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant Is li­ able for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the elfec­ tlve date of the termination. If the trustee Is unable to convey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser Is the return of the deposit. Rea­ sons of such Inability to convey Inclüde, but áre not limited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior j to the confirmation of the sale and 1 reinstatement ol the loan without. the knowledge of the trustee. II ' the validity of the sale Is chal-1 lenged by any party, the trustee, ' In their sole discretion, II they be- ¡ lleve the challenge to have merit, ¡ may request the court to declare; the sale to be void and return the ; deposit. The purchdser will have'' no further remedy. Brock & Scott, PLLC Substitute Trustee Jeremy B. Wilklns, NCSB ' No. 32346,' 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 > PHONE: (910)392-49881 FAX: (910)392-8587' File No. 10-12371-FC01, ' 749894 9-30-21П EXPERIENCEDRESIDENTIALPAINTINGIntorior nnd Exterior. Top q w ility w ork n l roasonnblo ralos 336-782-5445 D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 7 , 2 0 1 0 - D 7 L E G A L N O T I C E S NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE 10SP107 Under and by virtue of a . Power of Sale contained in that certain Deed of Trust executed by . Roman Hernandez Vargas and Elender Grey Johnson to PRLAP, Inc., Trustee(s), dated August 14, 2008, and recorded In Book 768, Page 601, Davle County Regis­ try, North Carolina. Delauit hav­ ing been made fn the payment of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the under­ signed, haying been substituted as Trustee In said Deed ol Trust by an instrument duly recorded In the Office ol the Register of Deeds of Davle County, North Carolina, and the holder of the note evi­ dencing said Indebtedness hav­ ing directed that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Substitute Trustees will offer for sale at the Courthouse Door in Davle County, North Carolina, at 2:00PM on October 12, 2010, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property, to wit: Being all of Lot Number Forty four (44) Section Two Charleston Ridge two as set forth In Plat Map 7, Page 87 Davle County regis­ try to which reference-is hereby made for a more particular de­ scription. Subject to restrictions olrecord. Said property Is commonly known as 159 Cloister Drive, Mocksville, NC 27028. Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, pursuant to N.C.Q.S. 105-228.30, In the amount of One Dollar ($1,00) per each Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) or fractional part there­ of, and the Clerk of Courts fee, pursuant to N.C.G.S. 7A-308, In the amount ol Forty-five Cents (45) per each One Hundred Dol­ lars ($100.00) or fractional part thereof or Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00), whichever Is greater. A deposit of five percent (5%) ol the bid, or Seven Hundred Fllty Dollars ($750.00), whichever Is greater, will be required at the time of the sale and must be , tendered In the form of certllied funds. Following the expiration of the statutory upset bid period, all Ihe remaining amounts wlll'be Immediately due and owing. Said property to be olfered pursuant to this Notice of Sale Is being of­ fered for sale, transfer and con­ veyance AS IS WHERE IS. There are no representations ol war- ,1 ranty relating to the title or any, physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing In, on, at, or relating to the property being olfered for sale. This sale is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, special assess­ ments, land transler taxes. If any, and encumbrances of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the cur­ rent owner(s) of the property is/ are Roman Hernandez-Vargas. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: An or­ der for possession ol the property may be Issued pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 In favor ol the purchaser and against the party or parties In possession by the clerk of superi­ or court of the county in which the property Is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or alter October 1, 2007, may, after receiving the no­ tice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written notice to the landlord. The notice shall also state that upon terml- natlotj of a rental agreement, that tenant Is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated lo the effective date of the termina­ tion. Nationwide Trustee Services, Ino. ' Substitute Trustee 1587 Northeast Expressway Atlanta, QA 30329 (770) 234-9181 Our File No.: 432.1002236NC/DMH 9-30-2tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE QEfJERAL COURT OF JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVI­ SION DAVIE COUNTY 10SP248 IN TH E MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF A DEED OF TR UST EXECUTED BY TONY R. HUTCHINS AND BRENDA O. HUTCHINS DATED JULY 18, 1997 AND RECORDED IN BOOK 259 AT PAQE 334 IN TH E DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC REGISTRY, NORTH CAROLINA NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of the power and authority contained In the above-referenced deed ol trust and because of default In the payment of the secured in­ debtedness and failure to perform the stipulation and agreements therein contained and, pursuant to demand of the owner and hold­ er of the secured debt, the under­ signed substitute trustee will ex­ pose lor sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at the county courthouse of said county at 2:00 PM on October 12, 2010 the fol­ lowing described real estate and any other improvements which may be situated thereon, in Da­ vie County, North Carolina, and being more particularly described as follows: BEQINNINQ at a point In the center ol N.C. Highway 801, be­ ing the Northwest most corner of the withln-descrlbed lot which point of Beginning is located South 29 degrees East 100 feet to a point Iri the center ol said highway, Dilllnger's Southwest corner, iri, said highway, as ap­ pears from a description ol said Dillinger property set forth In a deed recorded In Deed Book 83, Page 93, Davie County Registry; runs thence North 63 degrees East 200 feet to a point, the com­ mon corner of said Dillinger and a .22 of an acre tract still owned by Ihe grantors herein; thence South 31 degrees East 100 feet to a point, an Iron stake; thence South 63 degrees West 200 feet to a point in the center of said highway; thence with said high­ way, North 31 degrees West 100 leet to the Beginning, containing 20,000 square feet, more or less, as taken from plat and survey prepai'ed by B. L. Ralbert, Regis­ tered Surveyor, dated March 30, 1972. For title and deed record­ ed In Book 66, Page 271, Davle County Registry. D R I V E R Rc|nihiic Waste .Sci viccs, Inc. is scciving a i'lill-tinic driver I'or its Davic Division. yiKililicil cimclitlalcs sliould possess: • C’liiss-A or li CDL , • .Sale driving rcc()ril • Good woik history • Cxjicricncc jirelcrrcd Rcpiihlic .Scrviccs olicrs coiujx'litivc pay and L'Xfcllcnl hcnelils incliiding heallh anti 40l(i<). A pply in pcisiiii hctwci'M '):()Oiim iiiul .4:(ll)pm al: Republic Services l.^l hidiistiial m vd., MoL-ksvillc, NC' 2702S HH \.\ M I n \ tiiiillhit'j I t, , И.-Д/./,/, , And Being more commonly known as: 1651 Highway 801 South, Advance, NC 27006 The record owner(s) of the property, as reflected on the re­ cords of the Register of Deeds, Is/are Tony R. Hutchins and Brenda O. Hutchins. The property to be offered pur­ suant lo this notice of sale Is be­ ing offered for sale, transfer and conveyance "AS IS, WHERE IS.” Neither the Trustee nor the holder ol the note secured by the deed of trust, being foreclosed, nor the ollicers, directors, attorneys, employees, agents or authorized representative of either Trustee or the holder ol the note make any representation or warranty relat­ ing to the title or any physical, envlronmerital, health or safety conditions existing In, on, at or re­ lating to the property being olfered for sale. Any and all responsibili­ ties or liabilities arising out of or In any way relating to any such con­ dition expressly are disclaimed. This sale Is made subject to all prior liens ahd encumbrances, and unpaid taxes and assess- menttfilnciudlng but not limited to any transfer tax associated with the foreclosure. A deposit of five percent (5%) of the amount of the bid or seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), whichever Is greater, is required and must be tendered In the form of certified funds at the time of the sale. This sale will be held open ten days for upset bids as required by law. Following Ihe expiration of the statutory upset period, all remaining amounts are IMMEDIATELY DUE AND OWING, Failure to remit lunds In a timely manner will result In a Declaration of Default and any deposit will be frozen pending the outcome of any re-sale. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR LEASEHOLD TENANTS: If you are a tenant residing in the prop­ erty, be advised that an Order for Possession of the property may be issued in favor of the purchas­ er. Also, If your lease began or was renewed on or alter October 1, 2007, be advised that you may terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days written notice to the landlord. You may be liable for rent due under tha agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination, The date of this Notice Is Sep­ tember 20, 2010. 03-46921 Qrady I. Ingle Or Elizabeth B. Ells Substitute Trustee 10130 Perimeter Partway, Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28216 (704)333-8107 , http://shaplroattorneys.com/ nc/ 9-30-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 10 SP 238 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed by Bobby Grimes Holt and Vir­ ginia Holt, husband and wife to David L. Brunk, Trustee(s), which was dated February 11,2005 and recorded on February 14, 2005 In Book 593 at Page 624, Davle County Registry, North Carolina. Default having been made in the payment of the note thereby se­ cured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned. Brock & Scott, PLLC, having been substi­ tuted as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said Indebtedness having directed that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the under­ signed Substitute Trustee will olfer for sale at the courthouse door of the county courthouse where the property is located, or the usual and customary loca­ tion at the county courthouse for conducting the sale oh October 13,2010 at 10:00AM, and will sell, to the highest bidder for cash the' following described property situ­ ated In Davie County, North Caro­ lina, to wit; All that certain property situ­ ated in the Township of Jerusa­ lem in the County of Davie and Stale ol North Caroliria, being more fully described In a deed dated 01/03/1994 and recorded 01/07/1994, among the land re­ cords of the county and state set forth above. In deed volume 172 and page 88. Tax map or parcel ID No. N5010E0025 More Pario- ulary Described as: BEING all of Lot No. 161 as shown upon k plat entitled, “A Subdivision for Enwin Mills, inc., Cooleemee, North Carolina, “ by Pickeil and PIckell, Engineers, dated April, 1953, and recorded In the office of Register ol Deeds for Davle County, North Carolina, in Plat Book 3, at pages 11,12,13 and 14, to which refer­ ence Is hereby made for a more particular description. This prop­ erty Is subject to those restric­ tions as fully set forth In Deed Book 55, page 98, In the office of the Register of Deeds for Davle County, North Carolina. For ref­ erence see Deed Book 95, page 19, Davie Registry. Save and except any releas­ es, deeds of release or prior con­ veyances of record. Said property Is commonly known as 216 puke Street, Cooleemee, NC 27014. Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and the court costs of Forty-Five Cents (45e) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to NOGS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five per­ cent (5%) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, will be required at the time bf the sale. Following the expiration of Ihe statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are Imme­ diately due and owing. Said prop­ erty to be offered pursuant to this Notice ol Sale is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance "AS IS WHERE IS." There are no representations of warranty re­ lating to the title or any physical, environmental, heallh or safety conditions existing In, on, at, or relating to the property being of­ fered for sale. This sale Is made subject to ail prior liens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid land trans­ fer taxes, epecial assessments, easements, rights ol way, deeds ol release, and any other encum­ brances or exceptions of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the cur­ rent owner(s) of the properly Is/ are Bobby Grimes Holt. An Order for possession of the property may be Issued pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties In possession by the clerk of superi­ or court of the county In which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after October 1; 2007, may, after receiving the no­ tice of sale, terminate Ihe rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice fo the landlord. The notice shall also state that upon termi­ nation ol a rental agreement, the tenant Is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termina­ tion. If the trustee Is unable to convey title to this property for any reason, Ihe sole remedy of the purchaser Is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such Inability to convey Include, but are not lim­ ited to, the tiling of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee, if the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the trustee, in their sole discretion, if they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy. Brock & Scott, PLLC Substitute Trustee Jeremy B. Wilklns, NCSB No. 32346, 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-4988 FAX; (910) 392-8587 File No. 10-20383-FC01, 750823. 9-30-2ln TR E E SERVICE Top o u t Iro o s. TVoo ro m o vfll n nd Irim m lnQ . S to rm clo n rvu p . R om ovnI n nd h n u lin g o f u n w n n to d llo m s , sh od s, d o cks, o tc. 336-782-5445 ESTATE AUCTION SATURDAY, OCT 16,2010 • 10 AM 1623 DAVIE ACADEMY RD, MOCKSVILLE, NG 27021 Real Estate & Personal Property of the late Ray Draughn REAL ESTATE: I Older 7-Room House HOUSEHOLD-SHOP & TOOLS - VEHICLES SEE COMPLETE LISTING & PHOTOS AT AUCTIONZIP.COM AUCTIONEER ID#10133 S p e e r A u c t i o n s 261 Rag Road, Mocksville, NC 27028 • 336-998-4162 David Spaer, NCAL #2984 Arthur Bostick, NCAL#1363 Eva Boslick, Broker NCREL #52786 • 336-492-5992 ______ AUCTIO N FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15,12:00 5731 Vickie Dr., WliKlon-Snlcm, NC 27106 Lily L. Volz (Deceased) R e a l E s t a t e & P e r s o n a l I ^ o p e r t y Keal Estnte Sells at 12:00 Pnim Winston-SoJcm: 52 North lo Exit 118. then Left (Wcsti lowiinis Hctliiinia.1 Mile to Murrny Rd then Left lo Vickie Dr.. Right to Auction. 5 R(K)m Hrick Ranch: 3 IKxlrooms wiih Hanlwooil Floors, Living Room, Diiiiny/Kilchcn Combination (Cabinet update), Sun Room, I & 1/2 Hallw. Carport cnclowd for a Den, I)a.v;mcnt, Rwpnl I Iwl iHonp. Cily Water. 1991 Biiick Park Avenue Ultra One Owiwr, Loaded (Ncwllres), Collector Dolls, Indian......lg Basket (Navajo), Pair MmIc Comer Cabiiwts, Maple Dining Table with 8 Chairs,Bedroom Suite, LOTS of (ioslume Jewelry, 1 londa ¿013 Riding Mower. Photo» and complete listing available at AiictlonZip.coni #23287 HORACE B. YORK, INC. (336) 682-1648, email: hbyorkJr®lM:lLsoutli.ncl llor»ceB, York, Auctioneer NCAL 6191, NCRHl. 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Chain-saws, lools, hardware, collect­ibles, AB lounaer, bar room Horn», old wash stand, old table, 8 boxes old/new Christmas dec- orallons, treo, winter & tall liomo decorations, & tail & winter clothing. Many ItemsI Too .much lo listi Call 336.99B-5623 lor moro Inlormalion. Clemmons. Langdon Vill­age Dr. (Lowlsville-Clom- mons Rd,. turn on Holder Rd, 1 mile lolt Into Langdon Village) Mulll-Famlly Qar- Sale, Fd, & Sat. Bam- oon. New children's books, 2X ladles' clothes -$1 each. Frames, Iramod ad, housohold Ilems, knick- knacks, glassware, yard banners, metal shelves, games, tote bags, lamps, S small furniture. Lois ol bargalnsi Rain or Shlnol Eflectivo Juno 1,2010 N ew Y ard S a le P ric e s 10 lines $10 15 lines.... $12 20 lines „ „ $15 Othor sizes and prices available upou request. Call 1-877-751-2120 to placa your ad today t Davlo-Clommons Yard Sales Advonco - 5 Family Yatd Sale, Many Items to chooso Irom. Furnlluro and misc. 8am. - Until. 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Davle-Clemmons Yard Salos Mocksvlllo - Garago Salo. Qardon Volloy Subdivision, 200Magnolia Ave. 7am-Untll. Mocksvlilo Big Yard Salo, Saturday, Ociober 9, 7am- 3pm, 156 Poppotstono Drive (oil Danner Rd), Furniture, ' household, clolhes and much moro. C a ll th e C la s s ifie r s 1 -8 7 7 -7 5 1 - 2 1 2 0 Davle-Clommons Yard Sales Mocksville Throo Family Yard Sale, Ftlday 7i20am- Bpnii, Salurday 8am-2pm, 1B6 t/Vlli Boono Rd. Hems Include girl's clothes sizes 3-10, boy's clolhos sizes 8- 16, plus size and missos women's clothing sizes 8- 5X, men's clothes, tools, lutnlluro, toys, glassware, electronics, games, jowolry and much, mucli mors. Wo havo something lor overy- ono, so ploaso slop on tiyl Got a good web sits? Includo the URL I Davie-Clemmons Yard Sales Mocksvlllo Yatd Salo, Ftlday Ocl. 8" and Satuiday Oct. 9". 8am- 6pm. 525 Whllnoy Rd, Routo 158 to Milling to Motso. Dining tablo w/4 chairs, lv stand, small appllancos Including mlcrowavo, vhs tapes and lots ol misc. Mocksvillo Yard Salo,Saturday, October 9, 8am-2pm, 348 Raymond Street. Brand namo Inlanl Items, 3 & a month girls clothes, loys, shoos, oilier Items. No junkl Davle-Clemmons Yard Sales Mocksville.lUEtchlnsonSt.Yatd Salo. Salurday, Oct. 9", 8:30am-5pnL______ Mocksvllie. 357 Magnolia (Garden _ valley)Ave.Sale. Saturday, Ocl.9'’,8am-1pm. Gitls'20' Schwinn blko, boys' 20" Schwinn bike, chlkt's desk, trumpet, wicker chair, dosk chairs, clothing, housohold Items, toys, & moro. To seo moro Classllleds. go lo sallsburypost.com and click on Classllleds at the top ol the homo page Join the IN CROWD W i t h a s u b s c r i p t i o n t o t h e D a v i e C o u n t y E n t e r p r i s e R e c o r d Y O U c a n b e " i n t h e k n o w " o n i s s u e s o f i m p o r t a n c e t o a l l o f D a v i e C o u n t y . K e e p u p t o d a t e o h e v e n t s t h a t a r e h a p p e n i n g i n y o u r c o m m u n i t y . D o n ' t m i s s a s i n g l e i s s u e . S u b s c r i b e t o d a y . 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Building Equip. & Supplies Hugs Salel Quality Steel Bulldlngsl Save thousandsi Factoiy clearance: 16x24. 24x30, 30x601 Amazing opportunity lo save AND earn money with Display ProgramI 1.866-352.046g Steol BuikllngaBuy now ' Savo thousands. Facloty blowout on seconds. Ask about our llrst call epoclQls. www.&cg- grp.com. SoutcoKIFU. B66-609-4321 ~Clothe8 AduU& Children Pants, Malo Coogi Pants 30/34 $2Q/po (3), 2 Evoulutlon $10/pc, RocawQar S20, Ed Hardy $20. Qood condition. 704- 433-8112 or 704•633-7674 Computers & ^ ^ S o ftw a r^ ^ ^ Complete Dell Pentium4 computer system, $100. Ploaso call 980- 205-0947 tor moro Into. Exercise Equipment Wolght mftchlno, Marcy. 200 lbs wolght. bonch proso, butlorlly, tnt pult. Excollont cond. Si 00. 704-92G-5062 JFood&JProduce FREE turnip greens &mixed greens. Also, per­simmons & black walnuts. You pick. 704-764-7421 Persimmon Pulp 2010atroady stralnod In ono pint froozor bags. $5 por bag. Э3в-90д-38в5 Fuel & Wood Firewood lor sale @ $45.00 a Load. Froo Delivery or Pick Up. Salisbury andsurrounding Counties. Call- Jetty a 704-638- 0099 or 704-797-6805 Furniture & Bod. Full Sizo Bod- $150 obo. Wood headboard. Pieaso call 704:803- 7294. Leave Message Couch. Boaulllul cream color couch. 8 ft. long, excellent condition. $100. Call 704-B57-0969 Home Liquidation -Bermuda Run. SBR suites by Honerdon - Living room - china - pictures - ciystal • ant­iques - 15 pcs wicker -Baldwin organ - access­ories - appliances, 338- 998-6843___________ Relrlgerator, GE, 2005. Excellent condition. $275. 704-491-6485, inMocksville. Sola blege, tike new $250: single bed wllh frame $250. Botii In good condition. 704-838-8965 Sola. Slate bluo micro suede $500, 3 yaata old, excellent condillon. 704- 630-6602 leave massage. Tablo & chairs.Boaulllul, large, round glass top picnic tablo wllh umbrella and 6 chairs. Like now. $300 limi. Call 704-636-5275________ Washer/dryer set, Roper.Nice. $350. Older washet works great. $125, 704- 79В-Г Games and Toys Air Heoiys, black atid gtoy, with tho wheels in tho back. Ills many sizes, $25 Kim 704-636-0403, nol worn ____ Games and Toys Box ol all kinds ol loys:cars, airplanes, otc. $20 Kim 704-638-0403mote Inlormalion.lot Dlecsst car ease and 46cats. $40. Please call Kim 704-636-0403 fot moto information Oamocube, silver wllh conltoller, memory card, a/v cord, powor cotd & 15 gamos. $90.704-245-8032 Lawn and Garden CraHsmsn 7HP tillerrear tine 1Г width dual rotation, $475. Please call 704-637-1791 EZ-rake mower voo. Runs greall Havo hand hose too. $150. Call Dan at 7042091376 Machine & Tools Wench. 1^4hp - 1100 Ib oloctric wonch. 1 yoar old. $225. Ploaso cali 704-857-0093. MIsc For Sale Bod. futi tizo, $75. Aluminum adjustablo crutchos, $20. Ploaso call 704-202-6075 LM Birmingham wood stovewith oxhousl plpo and acc0980fl09, $250. Groat for shop. 704-857-00D3 Cookbooii. Tho Joy olCooking hordbound. Novor usod. $15. Cali K)m704«636-0403 Eiectrio wheel chair with chargor. Good conditk)n. $500. Ploaso call 704 200*3208 for moro Info. Firepiace. oloctric log w/ whools, $40. Patio tablo wllh 4 chairs, $75. Wood oater, $45. Now Play­Station 2 High School Musical gamo. Call 704 431-4837 FREE HD FOa..Llf:E! Only on DISIH Notwork) Lowost Prico in Amoiicai $24.00/mo for ovor 120 channolsl $500 Bonusl 1 8B8-679-4049 Let Us Sell Your Stuff! ^ 1 0 Run a Photo in your ad that is in print All Monlh in Iho Davio County Enterprise Record AND in the Clemmona Courier- PLUS- Oniine 30 Days at • aallsburypost.com Check around- Ihere's no boiler deal lo be foundlCall toil free 877-751-2120 Metai ciothes rack.round 3ft. Diamotor. Sturdy with rollois. $25, Ploaso call 704-279- 1903. Lv. msg. Reese hitchea. Ono forChevy & ono for Ford. $50 oach. Call 336-926- 9145 or 336-926-3890 Riding Mower • 18hp B&S riding mower. Runs and cuts great. $375. Call 704-209-1265 Roaches are dead...when you use Hards Roach Killer. Odorioss, non-staining lomiula, kills roaches ior up to one year. Guaranleod. Avail­able al Shallowlotd Hardware, 104 Lowes Food Drivo, 336-945- 5050. Want to Buy Merchandise Timber wanted-Pino or hardwood. 5 acros or moro select or clear cul. Shaver Wood Praducis, Ino. Call 704-278-9291. Cats Csl. 6 month old malo. Great wllh kids and olhet animals. Utter box and olhor Itoms included. 704-310-6209 ______ Freo Indoor kittens to agood home. 2 black - 1 maio & 1 Iemale. 1 black & whito temalo. Utter bo* trained. All 3 love human contact. 704-279-8134 Cats Free cats and kittens.Good homos utgonlly needed. ■ Cali 704-336- 469-6485/704-278-3808 Free kitlen. About 12 wooks old. Fomalo. To good homo only. Houso trained and voty friendly. Coll 704-278-4855 Froe Kitten. Six months old, groy/whlle, long hair, male, boaulllul. Rockwell 828-994-1449 Froo Kiltens & Cat. Mams cal and 3 cute klltons, 10 wooks, love people. Call 704-239-4033_________ Freo kittons. 2 lovable kittons. 3 months old. Litter tralnod & voty sweet. Nood good home togothorl 704-202-5291 Freo kittens. Boaulllul Mends lor Ills, male & lomalo tong & short halted indoor kiltens litter trained. Call Brenda at 336-871-3799 Kitten, boaulllul male, about 3 monlhs old, Needs a good home. Call 704-209-1493 Kittens, free born e/1/2010. OQWormod, 1“ shols. Call Eiaina 336- 881-3165 or . email momadukesspoclaieyah oo.com for details Beagle Puppies. Up lodalo on shots, do- womied. 8 weeks old. $100oa. 336-813-2584 BULLDOG PUPPIESAKC roglstorod. 3 malo, 3 fornaio. $1,500. 704-640-1359 or 704-640-2541 . Free dog. SI. Bomar'd. malo. 4 yoars old. Qroat wllh kids. Now (0 aroa, no loncod aroa. Ploaso call 716-904-2761 Free Dog. TrI-colorod Coiiio, AKC. Loves chlldron. Pieaso call 704- 239-4033 Free puppy. 9 monlh old Lab. Good homo urgently nooded. Caii 704-338- 469-6485/704-278-3808 L o st My J o b Free Yorkshire Terriers, (2) lull blooded wllh papers need good home. Unable to koop them. Pieaso help. 010-528- 0908 Puppies, Chihuahuas.8 weeks. Male & female. Wormod. Parents on-slte. $300 oach. Full-blooded, no papers. 336-900-B885 Homes for Sale Free Stuff Free kittens to safo, loving homea. For moro Information, ploase contact Dobby at 704 762-9068 aftor 3:00 PM Free. Twin size bed.Sofa. 3 yoars old. Ploaso call 704*797-9628 for more information. Kittons. 2 super swoot vory friendly kittens to a good homo. Call Amanda anytlmo 704-433-8557 Refrigerator, works good, you must pick up. Ploaso Call 704-630-9315 Instruction 'AIRLINES ARE HIRING- Train for high paying Aviation Caroor. FAA approved program. Financial aid If qualified. Job piacomontassistance. Cail Aviation instituto of Malntonanco. 877-300-9494. Notices DAVIE PREGNANCY САПЕ Contor offors confidonbal A Iroo prognancy tesla, support sorvicos nnd rolorrata. Make n hoahhy cbolco for your lifol Call 330-753 HOPE lor appt. HIP IMPLANT- if you or 0 iovod ono has boon ln]urod by a faulty OoPuy or olhor hip imp)ant, you may havo a claim. Do NOT sign anythingi Call Attorney Lawrence Egorton al (336) 273- 0508 or (800) 800-4529, Greensboro, NC.www.ogertoniaw.com IF YOU USED TYPE 2 Diabetes Drug AVANDIA botwoon 1099-pre8ont and suffered a stroke, hoart attack or congestive hoart lailuro, you may bo oniltled to compensation. ^ Call Homes for Sale Clemmons, 3BR/1V^BA,3829 Utile Brook Dr., 1260 sf, brick mnch, carport, attic, largo dock, lull basomont with Rec room, kitchon, .69 ac. fixor upper. $125K. 336- 464-6738 To seo more Classifieds, go to saii/.buryposl.com and click on Oasslflods at tho top of tho home pago Homes for Sale For Sale By Owner Will also consider leasing with option to buy 3-BR, 2-BA houso at ond ol long, winding drive on 6- plus acres on U.S. Highway 64 W In Davio Counly. 1,281 sq. II. Two-car garage, 21-by-42 healed basement (oulsldo entrance only), cotlago-type oulbulldlng, ond 10-by-42 coveted back porch oilers place lo entertain, relax and en|oy a boaulllul mountain view. Fence and tow ol Loyland cyptossos ptovldo. Stream at back ol àrea. Call 336-407-3961,$property makos great picnic 75,000 - price negotiable. other Pets Free Three swoot male rats need a good home. Those are pets nol leedets. Their lood, toys, and accessories ate also Included Ireo. 704-310- 0586 Ê u m m Ê ^ Free Stuff Free Black Walnuts.You pick thom up and have them. Call 704-you havo II 636-3439 FREE Firewood, Oldwoodon tiro raQks. 403 N. Main, Salisbury. Call Ed at 704-603-4695 _ ^ g artm en ^ Homes for Sale ACCEPTING SEALED BIDS, 100s ol homes. Bank Spoclais, ALL musl sell. Emailhome4you@rcn.com lor Ireo list ol homes. Include slate, name end phono II lor fast reply and up-lo- date properties in Iho Bid program. 800-261-6320 Land for Sale 32.8 ± acres. .Woodod trad, could divido. Rural sotting. Ownor financing available. 336-492-2144 Щ е Ш Ш Ш Life In the Countryl Davie County acreage.County water. 2 acros. 300' -f road frontago. 5 mlnutos to Inlorstato 40. Wagnor Road. $28,000. 336-751-3612. Mocksviik) 61.25 acs.,two ponds, slroam, 90% cioarod, two pastures, $6,300 por acro or bost offor. 336-414-4759 Mocksvlllo Beautiful Mocl<sville Acreage Easy Qccest to b 601 A 601. 32 aero or largoi parcols availablo. Rolling hUls, pastures, t>ardvvooda and Qtroams. Call JuUo Droodlovo 704-661-9010 Brokor, Kollot Williams meicjCFTTva Yadkin County. Nico lot in Buck Shoals Acros,- lato modol D/Ws and up. Pri­vato wator system, $11,900. Also, 10 ocros al $4,500/ocro. Qood ownof financing for both. Brown Osbomo 336-838-4500 Real Estate Commercial Mocksvlilo 133 Avgol Dr. 50x100 (5,000 sq. ft.) commordal melai building on 1.1 ac, 3 phase eloc- Iricai, 3 bay doors, offlco, breakroom, zonod HC (iHlghway Commercial). Extra nice $210,000. Call 336-391-6201 Resort & BUY N.C MOUNTAIN LAND NOWI Lowest prices ever! Bryson City, 2.5 acros, spectacular views, paved road. High altitude. Easilyaccosslble, secluded. $45,000. - Ownor financing: 1-800-810- 1590.www.wildcatknob.com Apartments Mocksvllie Sunset Terrace Apartmehts, 1& 2 BR, 14 off 1-month’s ront. all appllancos, HVAC. 336-751-0168 Rowan Pointe Apartments Mocksville's Newest Affordable I E *laven Drlvo 1,2 & 3 Bedrooms, Club House, Fitness Center, FREE Internet Cafó Call Todayl • 866-433-3387 Condos and Townhomes ••Tanglewood Farm*Redecorated 2BR/2BA uppor lovol condo, catho-drai celling. F/P. built in bookcase In L/R, all appii- ancosl CLUB HOUSE /POOL. $695/mo. 336-766*4541 Call Houses for Rent Century 21 Triad 336-751-2222 350 McCullough Rd.. Mocksville. 4BR, 1BA farm houso with dining room, den and LR. Oil hoat and conlral air. $725/mo. 300 Campbell Rd.. Mocksvillo. Brick ranch w/full basomeni. Oil heal and central air. $750/mo, 144 Canton Rd., Advance. 3BR, 2VгЪ^, bonus room, heatpump w/con air.$1.150/mo. 2076 Rossmore Dr., Clemmons. Locatod In • Watorford, this home has4BR,3WBA. Rn- Ishod room & fireplace In basomont. Neighborhood pool. $1,750/mo. 138ShulorRd., Mocksville. 3BR. 2BA brick ranch. 2/3 car garago, rofrig., range/oven, fruit trees and privacy. $860/mo. 239 McCullough Rd., Mocksvllie. 2BR, 1BA cottage with LR and spacious kitclien. OII hoat and window air units. $495/mo, 5846 Marty Lane, Clemmons. Conv. lo­catod to Hwy 421 and schools. 3BR, 2BA, great backyard w/ fruit trees and gazebo. $850/mo. Tangiowood Farms. IBR, 1BA uppor level condo. Convenient lo­cation. Neighborhood pool. $595.mo. Avail­able mId-Octobor. 155 Meadows Edge, Advance. 4BR. 3ViBA. Brick. Scroonod porch. Format dining & more. $1,70Q/mo. Available Nov. 1“. Century 21 Triad 336-751-2222 Office and Commercial Rental Houses for Rent Mocksvllie. 2BR, 1BA. Now hoat pump, new windows. $600/mo. Application & doposit roquirod. 704-278-1717 Mocksviiie. 2BR. Slovo, rofrlgorator, washor and dryor providod. $550/mo. Contad John or Angela at 336-406-0865. Mooksville. Hwy 601. 3BR. 2BA. • $750/mo. Cooleemee. 2BR. 1BA. $495/mo. 336-909-0B64 Near Farmington,smoke Ireo 3 BR. 1 Hr BA, kitchen with all appliances, slono firopiaco wllh gas logs, deck, large privalo yard, conlral air, gas hoal. No HUD. $875/month 4 deposit. 336-998-8874 Premier Realty NC Jackie Coulston 336-763-8777 336-998-7777 CLEMMONS • Smoke free. Spacious 3BR, 2BA brick honK) w/spill bod­room plan. Gas log FP In groal room, kilchen wA rango, rofrig., dlshwash­or & microwave, deck & 2-car all garage. No pots. $1,250/mo ADVANCE • Spacious & woli'malnlalned smoko freo SBR. 3.5BA homo, llv rm w/gas log fp, din rm, ig oat-in-kilchon, bonus room over garago, lloor laundry, -bsmt w/gamo nm, full balh & storage rooms w/bulll-lns, front porch, deck, invisible dog (once, slorago bidg. avail Oclobor. $1575/mo LEXINGTON-3BR,1 BA cottage, heat pump & appliances, ulilltlos in­cluded - $600/mo MOCKSVILLE - 3BR, 2BA homo on lorge cor­nor lot, froshly palnted,-k now carpet, appliances,* attached 2 car garage, pallo - $950/mo Office and Commercial Rental OCM OuslnosB Pnrk, Forsalo or loaso, 9,000 sq. fl. building, 1500 lo 4500 sq It units. Commorcial lots for oalo or will build to suit tor>- aril, 330-99e-3t65 Mocksvllie. Offlco spaceavailable with easy access lo 1-40, high visibility, am­ple parking. Small space oi largor depending on your noeds. Terms negotiable. Mocksville. Retail or of­flco space on North Main St. Some hardwoods. 2 baths, storage room - $500/mo. Premier Realty 336-753-8777 Clemmons • Charming 2 story office spaco fully lurnlshed, 2450 sq fl, Kitchen, 2 baths, 9 offlcos, phono system, ample pkg, handicap acoss $1500 per monlh 336-817-3578 Houses for Rent Clemmona area duplex.2BR, 2BA. Oulol area. Doposit required. All appllancos. 336-575-2101 Cooleemee 3BR / 1BA,largo kitchen, conlral heal & air. Section 8 Welcomo. Cali 704-239-2130 Cooleemee. 2BR, 1BA, $550/mo. 3BR, 1BA, central HVAC, newly remodeled. $695/mo. 336-462-8468 Davie County. 2BR near high schooi. Country selling. 3 person limit. No pels. 336-284-4758 Fork area, Phelps Way, 2BR/1BA. Appls, W/D, carport, new wood floors. $350/mo. 338-998-8845 Mocksviiie 3BR / 2BAlargo houso, heat pump, oulbulldlng, nico garage. $750/mo. 336-909-0864 U r g e n t n e w s f o r p e o p l e w h o h a d HIP REPLACEMENT Several hip repUoement lystenM usad since 2003 bava been raoiUad or had salaa auspendad dna to an Inoraasad naad for a aaeond hip taplaoamant. If you had or naad a aacond hip raplaoamant or are having unaxpaoted blp problems, call ua now for a fi'ae consultation at 1-aOO-THK-KAaLB ItoU-freel. No faaa or coata until your case aattlaa. We practice law onW in Arlaona, but associate with lawyers throughout the U,S, G O L D B E R G & O S B O R N E , l-8 0 0 -T H E -B A G b E (1 -8 0 0 -8 4 3 -3 2 4 5 ) лу>у>у. 1800lhooiijllo,com Manufactured Home for Rent Advance/Bermuda Run area. Rent'to-Ownl Ready to movo ini 3BR, 2BA DW. ac. lot$75(Vmo. 704-267-5581 Oavie County Extra nice, fumlshed, 2 BR, private lot In country, no pets. 3 people limit. 336-284-4758 Junction Rd., Davie Co. 3BR, 2BA DW. 2Vi acres $675/mo.-(- dep. No its. Rel. Req. 704-857- “ ‘704-796-1851 Mocksviiie. 2BRA2BA.14'x80' SW. $500/mo. + $500 dop. No HUD. 338- 909-0790 or 336-492-5618 Mocksvllie. 3BR/2BA.14‘x80' SW. $550/mo. + $550 dop. No HUD. 336- 477-4232 or 336-909-0790 Mocksviiie. Ready To Move. In 2BR, 1BA privato lol, also 2BR. 1BA brick house apt. 704-267- 5581 n/lanufactured Home for Rent Shady Acres Mobllo Home Park. 2BR and3BR mobile homes. $100 off I" month's rent. John Crotls Rd, US Hwy 64 East. No pets. 336- 909-2092/336-998-8222 Autos Let Us Sell Your Car! »20 Run a Photo in your ad that Is In print All Month in the Davie Counly Enteiprlae Record AND In the Clemmona Courier- PLUS- Onlino 30 Days at aallsburypoat.com Check around- them's no better deal to be loundlCall toll free 877-751-2120 Auctions Trucl<s, SUVs & Vans Chevrolet 19вGood condition, 4 wheel drivo, powor windows, FM cassetto & CD. $2,200. 304-590-4098 Want to Buy: Transportation DONATED passenger van or bus needed for newly formed Youlh Group. Cali Pastor Rob al 980-721-3371. .Thanks for lotting your love shlnol Auctions ABSOLUTE AUCTION: 3 building k)ls In Charlotte Aroa High-EndSubdivisions. Ready to Build. Prestigious Montreux & Longbrooke. OCTOBER 25. Mike Harper NCAL8286. SCAL3728.www.HarporAucltonAndR oalty.com 843-729-4996 Rowan Auction Ca Pro-fesstonai Auction Senrices: Sails., NC 704-633-0809 Kip Jennings NCAL 6340. Es ta te A n tiq u e A u c tio n Sat. Oct. 9th 10:00 am 655 Lippard Rd. Faith N.C. Collection of Harold Ames (deceased). 1000's of Items incl. R/R, Military, Gold, Silver & Much More QaryYoat NCAU 8714 -Bring a Chair & a Friend www.yoatles.coni Your ad could be seen here! Call 1-877-751-2120 to place an ad. Child Care and Nurseij^Schools ÓareglvlngServices Dependable elderfy caregiver v/ill sit with elderly. Price ' ' dutliitles & location. Please cail 336-391-4461 Child Care and Nurser^_School8 Lady In Shady Grove school district will watch chlldron on all three shifts. Moals included. Part-time or full-time before and afler schooi. Call 336-098-1811 or 336-528-0502 Kountry Korner Learning Center Now enrolling children between the ages of toddlers through pre­ school. Before and after school programs hours 6:30am-6pm. 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PAGES M a n C r i t i c a l A f t e r B e i n g S h o t B y W i f e By Jackic Scabolt Enterprise Record A Davie man sliot by his wife on iVlonday evening remains in critical condition and his wife remains in Davie County Jail facing a felony assault charge. According to Davie Sheriff’s Chief Deputy J.D. Hartman, Mi­ chael Brian Freeman, 40, of NC 801 South, Mocksville was shot by his wife, Tracey Lemly Freeman, 45, of the same address, in the early evening hours of Oct. 11. Hartman said that Tracey shot twice at her husband, but that Michael was hit once in the chest area. Hartman said that authorities are still investigating the situation and gathering statements. So far, Tracey has spoken with officers, but Michael has not been inter­ viewed. Hartman said officers learned from Tracey that on the day of the incident the couple went to the ABC store in Cooleemee and that Michael purchased alcohol against Tracey’s wishes. “They sat in his van at their house on NC 801 and were drink­ ing,” Hartman said. Hartman said that during the couple’s conversation Michael brought up an incident from 20 years ago and then grabbed Tracey by the hair and began hitting her. “At some point he supposedly gets a gun from somewhere and gives it to her,” Hartman said. “He tells her to shoot him, he’s ready to go home.” Hartman said that after firing twice at Michael, Tracey ran from the van. Michael followed and tackled lier and they both returned the van, according to Hartman. “After that the couple drove lo Michael’s mom’s house, then they drove to the hospital in his van,” Hartman said.. Hartman did not say who was the driver of the van. According to Hartman, when Please See Critical - Page 12 TVaccy Freeman Wow, That’s Good William R . Davie Eiem entary student Jacob Weal<land’s first bite of hom em ade applesauce comes as a bit of a surprise - but guess'what? H e loved it. For more photos and school news, please turn to Section D . Complaint Filed Against School System Accusations A Result Of Teacher Accused Of Sexual Misconduct By Beth Cassidy Enterprise Record Board of Education Chair Terry Renegar said at last week’s meeting the board has hired outside counsel to assist in the case involving a for­ mer teacher, Doug Ebersbach. Ebersbach was arrested last October and faces multiple felony School Attorney Resigns Davie-Board of Education attorney Doug Punger has resigned, effec­ tive Monday. Punger, who was hired in February 2008 to replace Dan Womb|e, said, “When I took the job, it was supposed to be on an interim Ijasis. I’ve been there about three years, but I’m looking forward to returning to retirement to spend more time with my family. I have a grandson now, and my wife and I have committed to being the caregiver for him during the day, and I’m looking forward to spending lim e with him,” Attorney Jill Wilson, witli the firm Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Hum­ phrey, and Leonard in Greensboro, will replace Punger as the interim at­ torney. She wns recently retained to assist in the Doug Ebersbach case, Terry Renegar, board chair. Said he wasn’t surprised Punger quit, citing the pressure placed on him as a result of the Ebersbach case. “I want to thank him for all his service. He has been a consummate professional, and I appreciate having had the opportunity to work with him.” charges, including taking indecent liberties with a child, first degree sex offense with a child, sex of­ fense with a student, first degree rape of a child, third degree sex ex­ ploitation of a minor and breaking or entering. Ebersbach is accused of'having inappropriate sexual contact with at least two female students. Ebersbach taught social studies at South Davie. Middle for three years and at William Ellis Middle during the first part of the school year prior to his arrest. He is sched­ uled to be in superior court Nov. 8 and remains in jail. “We have hired outside counsel to assist us in reviewing our proce­ dures, to make sure our policies are up to speed to ensure the safety of our students to the best of our abil­ ity,” Renegar said. “We have had a formal legal complaint - a demand ■ -...........r letter - in regard to the Ebersbach matter, and the firm will represent us in that matter.” Jill Wilson is lead counsel for the school board. She was chosen, Renegar said, on a recommenda­ tion from Allison Schafer, director of policy and lead counsel for the NC School Board Association. The cost for counsel is $240 per hourforpartners,$145 perhourfor associates, and $75 per hour for paralegals. The school board will foot the bill. “Our board’s No. one responsi­ bility is to provide the best educa­ tion for our children based on the resources we have in a snfe envi­ ronment, and we take that respon­ sibility seriously,” Renegar said. Background checks are conducted on anyone hired by the school sys­ tem, but one on Ebersbach did not tum up anything, he said. MichacI Freeman S c h o o ls ’ S h o w c a s e , P a ra d e S a tu rd a y -.■secotÄA.'DavW-!«'^^ Showcase is Saturday, Oct. l6 frbm 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on the Square in Downtown Mocksville. Information about each school will be displayed. Students will show their talent. Each school, department, school cliib and DCS district-wide partner wns inyited to .set up a booth., .. • ' Entertainment at Junker's Mill is scheduled from 9.-1:15. The Homecoming Parade will begin at 1:30 p.m. After the Showcase, the Middle School All-County Band Concert will be held at the Brock Perform­ ing Arts Center at 2;30 p.m. Entertainment Schedule 9 a.m. North Davie Middle School: Cheerieading Routine. 9:30 North Davie Middle School: Improv Drama 10 North Davie Middle School; 8th Grade Chorus ‘ 10:30 South Davie Middle School: Cheerieading . 11 Davie County Early College High School; Singers, comedians and bands 11:30 Davie High School; Drama, improvisation games with audi­ ence participation Noon Davie High School; Drama, skit from Million^Heirs by Del- mar B^urkitt 12:30 Davie High School: Madri­ gals 1 South Davie Middle School:, Drama and Chonis aI ■ ; ■ B e a ch M u sic A t Ju n k e r’s M ill The Part Time Party Time Band will perform their form of beach music from 7-9:30 p.m. Saturday at Junker’s Mill in Downtown Mocksville. Admission is $10. Bring a lawn chair for seating. Food and beverages will be available, and no coolers are allowed inside the venue. /, G o ld R u s h P a t h N o w G r a in B e lt; ‘F a m o u s F i v e ’ 2 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 Editorial Page ON THE CALIFORNIA TRAIL - We hnd this two-lnne ribbon of Highwny 92 virtunily to ourselves on Sunday moming. Big combines and grain trucks were pnrlied in the fields where farmers had left them Saturday evening. Sunday is for church, not work. They have faith here. Faith thnt it will rain, that the crops will grow, that they will survive on this flat prairie where the nearest neighbor is a mile nway. Tourists don’t come this way anymore. Back in 1849, this was a major pipeline to California’s gold rash. For a few years, a quarter million people streamed over this difficult route out of Omaha seeking their fortunes. Eventually, the Union Pacific railroad made the trip faster and easier. But the lust for gold couldn’t wait for tracks nnd mils. In Ihe late 19th century, hardy settlers from Germany nnd the Czech areas came here to farm, determined to survive the cold winters nnd prnirie winds. They hnve turned this Innd into the na­ tion's bread basket, harvesting their own form of gold. Our flight out of Omaha was at 2 p.m. Elizabeth nnd I rented a car at dawn and took off west, determined to see more of Nebraska than its biggest city during a few days here for a newspnper con­ vention. We avoided the interstate and hended for the fnrmlnnds and vast fields of com, soybeans, sorghum nnd alfalfa. Across the landscape, nil we could see were fields and towering grain silos. Lots of silos. We crossed the Platte River, where so many wagons got stuck in the mud 160 yenrs ngo. The mnjor cnuse of denth for those travelers was cholera - drinking polluted water - not Indian nttacks. In Wahoo, Neb., the Sanders County courthouse has a torpedo on the front lawn, pnying tribute to its nnmesnke submnrine, USS Wnhoo, that sank 20 Japanese ships in Worid War II before its own ■ disastrous end in the Sea of Japan in 1943, killing the entire crew. Wnhoo residents once flooded comedian David Letterman with letters nnd a 1976 Ford Pinto to be designated as the "home office” of his Top-10 list. Wahoo, population 4,000, is not a bad place to be from. It boasts of its “Famous Five" native sons: a Hall of Fame bnsebnll player, a Nobel Prize winner, a Pulitzer prize winner, an Oscar winner and a noted children's book author. Its high school boys bnsketbnll team had a'l 14-game winning streak. Further west, I spotted n church steeple nnd grnin silo well .off the highwny-on n Union Pacific spur. We gave chase to the tiny town of Brainard, population 300, At Holy Trinity Church, worshippers were arriving ^or mass, Parishoners invited us to join them for worship, but we h ^ a plnije to catch, Brainard is the home of actor Lyle Talbot, whVi appeared in Shiriey Temple and Mae West movies. ' ' grimmÿJom O tiu iA m A In The Mail... P o l i t i c a l W r i t e r s S h o u l d S t i c k T o T h e F a c t s To the editor: Recently, two letters have been submitted urging folks to do their homework and vote. Admirable letters reminding us of those who nre in harm's way supporting us at home. Sept. 30 had two other letters that stood in stark contrast to the even mindedness of the first two. These two letters contained factual inaccuracies and urged folks in one way or nnother to vote n party line much like communists do. One stated the Democrats took over Congress in 2004 and the other letter stated the Democrnts had an overwhelming congres­ sional majority in 2006. The Democrats had no niajority in ei­ ther legislative branch in 2004 (did my homework assignment). In 2006 the senate was 49 Republicans to 49 Democrats with n couple of independents thrown in. One was a independent Demo­ crat, maybe giving the Dems a slight majority, but nn overwhelm-, ing mnjority? Not, The letter citing 2004 ns the year the Democratic party took control of Congress, whnt a hoot, also accused the present ad­ ministration of coddling our enemies, I would like to know what the previous administration wns doing when it let the murdering scum Bin Inden go free by pursuing n thug in Irnq that posed no threat to us, I think that is the type of coddling of our enemies we shotild abhor. Just come tp Americn nnd kill over 3,000 American civilians. We are too busy’to go after you. This American is not going to vote a party line, I intend to vote American by voting for whoever the heck 1 wnnt, both parties be damned, after doing my homework. One fact my homework has brought to light is the fact my 40IK is a lot better off than it was when the previous administration left at the end of 2008. Now that fact I cnn tnke to the bank. Steve Winston Mocksville After driving west ISO miles, we turned south to' Lincoln, passing the hiige Uni­ versity of Nebraska football stadium . “Big Red" is impor­ tant to Nebraskans. The Nebraska capitol building, an imposing spire with a dome on top, was obviously designed by a man with psychological problems. Turning east, we entered Seward, Ne­ braska’s "4th of July city” with pretty brick streets. Its newspaper listed only two home foreclosures. Wc saw a historical marker on Plum Creek which recalled the hardships fnced by Robert nnd Amelia Gale, who filed the first homestead claim there in 1864. A flood swept away thein home and livestock the next year. Robert died three years later. An infant son died of tuberculosis. Amelia abandoned the claim for Oregon, Nebraskans are tough, — Dwight Sparks A torpedo on the Wahoo courthouse lawn. DAVIE CO U NTY E N T E R P R I/ I^ E C O R D USPS 149-160 171 8. Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by the Davle Publishing Co. Dwight Sparks...................................Editor/Publisher Robin Snow.......................................General Manager Mike Barnhardt..................................Managing Editor Ray Tutterow.....................................Advertising Director Brian Pitts............................................Sports Editor Mocksville Enterprise Davle Record Cooleemee Journal 1916-1958 1899-1958 1901-1971 Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 Cents $20 Per Year In N.C., $25 Outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send A(ldress Changes to; Davie County Enterprise Record P.O, Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 To the editor: Numerous comments in the letter “Democratic Party To See Progress” cnught my attention. The official name of the pnrty is “The Democrat Party.” Rep. Foxx has a voting record that is more with the mandates of the Constitution than any of the people run­ ning for office on the Democrat ticket. In the second paragraph the author resorted to name calling. The people she mentioned are conservatives, the government they support is opposite from the government progressives support, I am a “Tea Party” member and I know first hand that the Tea Party is made up of conserva­ tive Republicans, Independents, Democrats and Libertarians that share a common belief - limited govemment, limited government regulations, low taxes and personal responsibility. As for a new school, 1 have spoken with every person the au­ thor mentioned. Not a single one of them support Davie High School remaining as it is today. They support increasing student capacity at the current location. Their position is economically sound and does not in any way reduce the academic standards available to Davie County High School students. Their position has the support of the majority of Davie County taxpayers. Now, I will speak to the effects of progressive govemment that the author supports. In less than two years, the current President and Congress have increased the federal deficit more than the first 40 presidents combined. Since President Carter created the Federal Education Department, the cost per student has increased tremendously. The number of non teaching “administrative” jobs N e w s p a p e r W e b s i t e N o t W o r t h T h e T i m e , E f f o r t To the editor: I no longer live in Davie County, therefore I no longer sub­ scribe to the Enterprise Record. The last few years I have looked forward to Thursdays when the intemet addition is updated. Even thouglrl don't live there I am still interested in the headlines, gov­ emment, lifestyles and obituaries. The last few months the intemet addition isn't getting updat­ ed as frequently and it is disappointing. I was hoping that when the Enterprise Record was moved to the Our Davie website, that there would be more content and more frequent updates. Neither of these wishes has came true. Judging by the teaser articles, I can tell that you really need us freeloaders to subscribe to read the full articles, which is fair, even though I find it a little insulting, Statesville Record and Landmark, The Salisbury Post and The Stanly News and Press at lenst give the full story for the articles that they choose to publish online. If you cannot manage and update the site any better than it is and you don't want freeloaders like myself taking advantage of it, then do away with it altogether. Thank you for your time Greg Lisk Norwood have increased much faster than the student body, while the num­ ber of classroom teachers have increased little. Simply put, too mnny administrators and not enough teachers. The progressive North Carolina General Assembly has agreed to poy the cost, with taxpayers' money, for a teacher to become a Federal Board Cer­ tified Teacher and give them a $4,000 per year increase in pay for 10 years without any proof that the certification improved the teacher’s ability to teach. North Carolina is one of the leaders in the number of Federal Board Certified Teachers. Test scores indi­ cate this hns not been money well spent. It is a myth that a new school will have a positive effect on the economic conditions of Davie County. A new school will not attract new business, improve anyone’s health or diversity prob­ lems. It will not change the belief or attitudes that conservatives or progressives have. It is not a myth that a new school will in­ crease the tax bill for every fomily in Dovie County. B. Frank Everhart Advance L i g h t e n U p : S t i c k F a m i l y J u s t A S a t i r i c a l C o l u m n To the editor: Poking fun at family life has been the subject of television writers since the T.V, wns invented. For example: Green Acres portrayed city folks moving to the country: whereas The Beveriy Hillbillies gave us a view of country folk moving to the city. Both series were long-running due to the humor we derived from the situations these city slickers and hillbillies got themselves into. Also, let’s not forget nbout “Rosennne,” a look into the lives of a dysfunctional family raled by a dominating battle axe that the viewing audience loved. So, lighten-up and enjoy the humor as seen through Bahnson’s satirical column about the fictional Stick Family (even if it does hit too close tb home), Frank Smithdeal Wipston-Salem Letters Welcomed The Enterprise Record welcomes lèttere from its readeiS on topics of local, state, national or international 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 shoul4 include the name and address ,of the writer, including a signature. A telephone riumber, not.itp be published, is also requested. Please have letters in the newspaper office no later than 4 p.m, Monday of tlie we?k to be published. Davie County Enterprise Recowl PC. Box, 99,Mocksville,emews®davie-eùterprise.com,' > . In The Mail ... D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T l i u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - 3 Q u a l i t y M a t h , S c i e n c e T e a c h e r s M o s t I m p o r t a n t To the editor: Eariier this year. President Obama stated that, “The quality of math and science teachers is the most important single fac­ tor influencing whether students will succeed or fail in science, technology, engineering and mnth.’' As sensoned educntor from Mocksville, I completely ngree. In January , Obama announced an investment of $250 million in'the administration’s “Educnte to Innovnte" cnmpaign with the goal of improving the pnrticipntion nnd performnnce of America’s students in science; math, engineering nnd technology (STEM). This effort can’t come soon enough. In 2006, American students rnnked just 21st out of 30 in science literacy nmong developed countries, and 25th out of 30 in math literacy, according to the Programme for International Student Assessment. This summer, I spent a week at the Siemens STEM Institute, a privately funded professional development progrnm for STEM educntors sponsored by the Siemens Foundation and held at Dis­ covery Education’s headquarters in Silver Spring, Md. Along with 48 other teochers from across the country, I leamed from the top minds in the STEM field, took field trips to local institutions lo see the real world applications of STEM subject matter, and networked and collaborated with peers from across the U.S. We met with thought leaders like Dr. John Holdren, director of the While House Office of Science and Technology Policy, to discuss the opportunities for teachers on the "frontline" to make a positive impact on change. We left the Siemens STEM Institute energized and eager to bring what we leamed back to our respective classrooms for the S t i c k s N o t M e a n t T o B e P o l i t i c a l l y C o r r e c t To the editor: The comments I’ve read in the newspaper, about “The Stick Family” all seem lo be negative. So, I thought I should write in and say that I enjoy reading it. One moming, a co-worker and I were heading out on our job, when a van drove by with their little stick family on the rear win­ dow. I laughed and asked her if she had read any of the articles in the paper but she said she had not. I think it is a good thing lhat the Enterprise prints the writings of Bert Bahnson, Too many papers are overly concemed about being “PC" (politically correct) and offending someone. People don’t always say or do whal we agree with and sometimes feel­ ings get hurt. Move on. Kids these days reijlly do not know how to deal with conflicts, on their own,They run to mommy and dnddy and they, in tum, arc quick to place the blame on the "bullies", like last week with Bud­ dy’s stuffed animal. When I was growing up, if you had a prob­ lem wilh someone you dealt with il yourself. We didn’t run home crying, you figured out how to handle it on your own. Those, I believe, arq called life skills. Regarding the pig slaughter in a previous article when 1 was growing up, my grandparents lived by the stockyards/slaughter house. I remember walking dq\vn there and getting the best last­ ing oxtail and cow tongue ever.’ I was not traumatized by whot I saw because no one made a fuss about it. The animals were raised for us to eat. Now don’t get me wrong, 1 love my fresh fruits and veggies and I respect people who choose not lo eat mpal, but 1 just can’t imagine life without an occasional juicy sleok or some bacon or sausage wilh my breakfast'. Mmmmm, Sue Starre Mocksville new school year. We leamed to work across disciplines to build effective STEM curriculum while using the latest educational technologies to engage today’s tech-savvy students. We dis­ cussed moving beyoiid traditional educational materials like the static textbook and towards classrooms alive wilh dynomic digital content ond hands-on resources. It was an experience that left us all belter prepored to motivate our students. However, we nre the lucky few. The vast majority of teach­ ers in our country will unfortunately never have an experience' like this. If America is to reclaim leadership in technology and science, teachers must have more access lo professional devel­ opment programs like the Siemens STEM Institute, an initiative of the Siemens STEM Academy, These types of programs.allow us to grow os educators and empower us with new methods of instruction lo Iraly reoch our students and inspire them lo pursue further educolion and careers in STEM subjects. The harsh reality we face is that education budgets across the country ore being slashed. School administrators require signifi­ cant support in providing teachers Ihc additional professionol de­ velopment Ihey need lo effect change. Local, slate and federal of­ ficials must work to provide those administrators with Ihe proper resources. Given today’s budget reolilies, we need more organi­ zations in Ihe private sector, such os the Siemens Foundation, to supplement wilh professionol development thot will impact stu­ dent engagement in STEM, and ultimately improve student aca­ demic achievement in this critical, 21st century discipline. Over the next 10 years, boby boomer retirements will cut the science and engineering workforce in half. Meanwhile, according to the National Science Foundation, jobs in science and engineer­ ing will increase lliree times faster than jobs in every other sec­ tor. Will the next generation be prepared lo fill those roles and in­ crease America’s innovation-based economy? Lawmakers and the private sector must work equally hard now to ensure that the answer lo this question is a resounding “Yes." Marty Creech, Mocksville C o w d e n F a m i l y T h a n k f u l F o r Y o u n g P e o p l e To the editor: In a time when many young people moke the news and gel noticed for Ihe bad things Ihey do, I want to sing the praises of our sons and daughters in Davie County. It has been printed in Ihe Enleфrise a few times the plight of our son, Tom Cowden. He is being treated for brain cancer at Sl. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. This letter is not about him. This let­ ter is about the youth of Dovie County who have rallied around Tom and our family during our battle. When Tom’s tumor was first discovered, the students of his team al North Dovie Middle School immediately come lo our aid, especiolly one young man. Hunter McDaniel. Hunter started a Fa­ cebook page for Tom that allowed his fellow students and adults lo keep up with Tom and his plight. His leam in sixth grade, the Mariners, created a video with the help of his teachers and Mrs. Custer and we will forever be indebted to the Wildcats. Nol to lake away what adults hove done, becnuse il iins been so, much, but the kids hnve been fnntostic. Although Tom hns not yet attend- - ed school ot North this yenr, his seventh grnde tenm, Ihe Extreme Tenm has been in contact and continue to send cnrds and goodies 10 keep Tom’s spirits up. Hunter and his fnmily nnd friends nlso orgnnized n ciir wash at Ijames Baptist Church lhat raised money to help us with expenses. They are very special people. More recently, Davie High has come to Tom’s aid. A young lady by the name of Jansen McDaniel contacted my wife and me about n month ngo nnd snid thnt she wnnted to help. Ironicnlly, Jnnsen and Hunter are nol related, to their knowledge. Jansen had heard about Tom from her mother who works al Cooleemee El­ ementary. Tom has a cousin lhat works there as well and word got out nbout Tom. Without ever meeting Tom she nnd her friends in FFA and other clubs nl Dnvie High S.chool orgnnized a camival that was held this past Saturday at the Masonic Picnic grounds for Tom, They had a live band, games, “jumpy” things as my daugh­ ter describes the inflatable moon wolk tents ond olher things. They ,hod ice cream and the best hot dogs 1 have had in somj: 1|ще, Civitan Breakfast A Success To the editor: Thanks lo all our friends who supported Cooleemee Women’s Civitan Club by enjoying our annual Heritage Day breakfast. This annual event got the festivol off to a great start. It wns wonderful to see old friends and new friends who came to spend the day with us. I jeannie Taylor, Secretary ' Cooleemee Women’s Civitans Democrats, President Put Country Into Bankruptcy To the editor: I read wilh interest the letter lo the editor from Jean Seaford. The Democrat Party Wonts To See Progress. Well, wilh the lead­ ership of Noncy Pelosi and Horry Reed, progress does not seem L U future. We remember the health care bill which UfJiddu S i s S b < ? b d was brought to the floor for 0 vote with no one hoving read it. J ---------------------- Nancy Pelosi wos questioned obout no one reoding il, her response wos, we will reod il after we pass it. With the president’s beer parties and his First Lady’s worid trovels, his trip to the Gulf for о swing with his daughter after the 011 spill, I would think that he is not interested about the foct that he, along with his congress, has bankrupted the counlry and he always remembers to blame former President Bush. Ruth Richardson Mocksville T h e , S t ie k З -о п Ш ц S h e b a by Bert Bahnson Sheba is not working out so the Sticks ask around to friends to see if anyone wants a dog, “It’s a good dog, it just needs a lot of room to ran and play, and since you have a form we thought you might be interested,” No takers. One afternoon Sheba rans off while being told to "whoa, slop, come,” etc. The family is worried sick and puts up flyers. The next moming Sheba is on the porch wilh a note attached to her collar that reads, “This dog was in my calves for the last time," “What does this mean?" Mom shrieks, and Dad, like an equally famous cartoon character, “he don’t say nulhin," Loter he suggests just, putting up a dog lot and forget about it. Mom agrees with “Whotever” and rolls her eyes. After a seven thousand dollar fence thot complied with the property owners’ guidelines, Sheba is let out to play. She runs straight to the gate and starts digging, “Sheba, stop! No dig Shebn, Shebn no dig!” Sheba digs. Buddy and Sis run over to pull Sheba back, the dog snarls and bites at Buddy. He and Sis ran. Sheba digs out and rans away leaving its personalized collar hung in the fence. This could be the best day of the year for the Sticks; but no, they hod lo put a microchip ID in Ihe ihing’s ear. Much to their regret Sheba will be back. W A R N IN G / D IS C L A IM E R : I f reading fictional satire about a cartoon fam ily causes agitation, naiisea, headaches, deliri­ um, suicidal thoughts or increased worry, discontinue and seek professional help immediately. ...............................................Y ................' F estiv a l A S u c c e s s ; S u p p o rt D o w n to w n To the editor: The Four Oaks Festival Salurday, Ocl. 9 was a wonderful suc­ cess for Downtown Mocksville and Davic County, We had many crafters, largely from Davie County, wilh a wide variety of crofts. And the entertoinmeni was phenomenol,., Bent Nickel, The Bryle Cremes, The Folsom Prison Gong, Five Fighting Irish ond of course, my students from Dovie School of Dance. A shout out to our'financial supporters and to the Dovie Enter­ prise and WDSL for support of oil our events. As a community. Historic Downtown Mocksville ond the ef­ forts of Historic Davie, continue to promote our retail, services and the people of Davie County. We need our community to come oul to our events. Shop and dine locally, and spend your dollars here in our county. Your involvement and dollars stimulate our local economy. To all downtown merchants, thanks for your support, your shops ond positive energy that ensured the Four Ooks Festival as a grent event. Tnmi Gnrwood Lnngdon Mocksville ns well ns n dunking booth and silent auction. Mnny businesses throughout Ihe county donnted time nnd resources. More thnn I know, but I wnnt to thnnk them nil for Iheir help. By no menns do I wnni to downplny the help from ndults and the many organizations. Center United Methodist Church and the pnrents of Brnndon Koontz did the Christinn Fun Dny nnd our church. First United Methodist, hns had several events and has been a great supporter of us during this lime ns hnve olher churches throughout the area. Relatives organized n wnlk for Tom that was nothing short of phenomenal. But I really want to thank the youth that have come toTom’s side in this straggle and let the people of Davie County know they should be proud of their sons and daughters. I know that I haye probably left someone out, and I apologize. We jusl want the folks thot have been so good to us know thnl we appreciate it and are overwhelmed by it all. I know when Tom gets home, he is truly loved by more people than he will ever be able to thank. Nelson Cowden • . Yadkinville C h r i s A n d e r s o n B e s t C o u n t y B o a r d C h o i c e To the editor: In the upcoming election on Nov. 2,1 urge you to support Chris Anderson. Chris has served all the residents of Davie County in a fair and professional manner. He works for the best interest of the people in all situations, including school projects, economic de­ velopment, providing services and working to preserve the qual­ ity ot life for all Davie residents, Chris is a Christian family man who comes from a family that has served Davie Couniy well and hns always worked for the bet­ terment of our county. Every vote is important. Study the pnst records and vole for Chris. Sarah and Don Wood Mocksville A G o o d E d u ca tio n K e e p s O n G ivin g To the editor: Polilicions today know the best way to win an election is to say they’ll cut taxes; sometimes the better message may be lo ask people to make a personal sacrifice. When it comes to the support of our schools, I hope I’m not the only one who feels this way. A good education is a gift that keeps on giving. When the Hood Constitution of 1868 was drawn up that es­ tablished the North Carolina Public School System "for all the children of all the people”; it was os though spnieone hod read Matthew 25:40. As o community, we don’t need a “you toke core of yours ond I’ll take core of mine” attitude. We all benefit when people volue good citizenship, ore able to get ahead and then con­ tribute to the progress of others. A look ot how American students rank globolly shows there’s work to be done in order for them to compete for 21“ century jobs. While we’re here ploying games with divisive code words, students in countries like Chino and India are widening the gap. Alice G. Brown Mocksville W i s e c a r v e r , H u m p h r e y D e s e r v e D a v i e V o t e s To the editor: Nov. 2 is a very important dale for the survival of our country and on important dale for the future of Davie County. We have a great opportunity and a great responsibility to make our voices heard and elect representatives thot traly do represent Ihe interest of the people. For loo long, we hove been duped by career politicians who sound conservative during the campaign, but govem far differently once Ihey have the vote of the people. They vote for self interest, long political careers and tum a deaf ear to the people. ■ I do not personally know Commissioner Chris Anderson. But people who know him and in whom I have the greatest confidence nssure me he is n fine person. I hnve no renson to doubt thnt. How­ ever, there ore mony fine people wilh political differences on the govemance of our county that are contrary lo the basic tenants that servants of the people should listen lo the electorate. Mr. Anderson seems to fall under that category. Recent events indicate thot Mr. Anderson believes thol the voters wise enough to vole him into office immediately lose that wisdom and no longer should hove o say in their lociil govemment until the next election. He and other commissioners believe that once voted in, they ore Please See Integrity - Page 11 »•■-"•••"-г*’»-’ 4 ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 T r i b u t e s Ryan Hamilton Desnoyers Was A Warrior To The End As of Mondny nt about 4:30 a.m. one of grentest “wnrriors” on this eartli left us to be witli liis savior Jesus Clirist. Ryan Hamii^ ton DesNoyers, wow, what can you say. As most of you may or mny not know Ryan nnd I were joined at the hip from the time we were; weeks old until Monday morning. Ryan wns absolutely the coolest and best friend that 1 hnve ever hnd and will have. Through grade school Rynn and 1 were together every day before . nnd after school and every weekend. We pinyed baseball nt the complex then at Mnndo Field during Enterprise making dnys, we rode miles upon miles down the streets of downtown Mocks­ ville and through Rich Park on bikes, we spent hours trying to figure out how to get from C’s to the Bullhole and Trestle on our 4-wheolers without getting caught in Rowan County by those land owners who liked the “yellow” signs. As Ryan nnd I grew older, went to collegc, and started families the task of being an adult set in nnd we weren’t able to spend the time together thnt hnd once came so easy. I hnd the privilege to spend more time with Rynn during the last 6 months and wow what a great time we hnd'tnlking nbout the pnst, filling each other in on current information regarding our personal lives, and just hanging out. I will never forget the lnst 6 months I spent with him. Our fondest memories together, on the ball fleld, were rekindled this past spring when I persuaded Ryan to play church lengue softbnll on my team, Fnrmington Bnptist Church. Wow, what n “warrior” he wns nt shortstop, he wns nlwnys diving mnk­ ing plnys nnd getting dirty, thnt wns Ryan at his finest. And there were the at bats. Ryan was n sure bet to get on bnse so 1 hnd him nt lead off and I bntted second. More times Ihnn not the fans got to enjoy n DesNoyers bnse denning just like the old days, wow what a "wnrrior” he wns. I owe Dan and Melodie DesNoyers a special thanks for watching the kids so Rynn and I could get back on the field together. Whnt a fnther he was to his children. It was obvious if you saw them together thnt nothing came between Rynn and his “Lay-Lay” (Lagan’s nickname) and Dallas. You see, Ryan wns still their age nt heart and it showed while they were together. As I mentioned enriier Rynn wns a “warrior”. Pnrt how Rynn wns n wnrrior wns through battling kidney disease in 2(K)2. He overcame through mnny months of strenuous dinlysis nncl Ihe willingness of his loving mother, Melodie DesNoyers, he re­ ceived n kidney thnt was healthy and he was able to cnrry on Ihe daring days lhal he lived. With the occurrence of this tragedy I nm processing so mnny memories thnt 1 cnn not write them down. I know beyond a shadow of doubt Ihnt Ryan is with his Lord and I know lhat his Uncle Dnve (my father) gnve him a huge hug once they met nt the pearly gales Monday morning. And 1 also know lhat when my lnst breath is taken lhat I loo will be there giving both of them a hug. Wow, what n “warrior” Rynn wns. I nm going to put forth n chnllenge. I challenge the entire “originnl crowd from ‘98” to remember Ryan for whnt he wns. • and what he managed, through so many adversities, lo accom­ plish wilh his life. I challenge you lo not stopiaiking about Rynn nnd when you see me in Walmart, Food Lion, or anywhere else in town please share those memories wilh me and others thal knew him. Thank you for taking the lime to nllow me lo share these memories wilh you, Ryan Hnmilton DesNoyers wns a “wnrrior” nnd Ihe best mnn thnt I ever nnd will ever hnve known. . ' Jnson Dnniel DesNoyers (Ryan’s first cousin and best friend always) Capt. Fred A. Smith: Foundation Continuing His Legacy In loving memory of Cnptnin Fred A, Smith On Oct. 15, our family woke up to a beautiful fnll morning. Blue skies and so clear lhat you could see for miles. Fred and Shadow (Isaiah) went lo Bojanglcs as they often did for break­ fast. They then cnme home wilh excitement nnd pulled out the J-3 Cub nnd went Ilying, Ihis was Fred’s fnvorite time of year lo fly. They were able lo see God’s pnlchwork of Ihe earth nround Dnvie County. I wns busy in the kilchen working nnd evenlunlly Fred begnn in Ihe hangar for a gathering of fnmily and friends who helped him make his drenm come true. This drenm wns the completion of restoring n World Wnr II Wnrbird, an AT-6. It was a benutifui blue body, red nnd while checked cowling nnd n red nnd while striped stabilizer. To my surprise Fred nnmed Ihis, plnne Miss Rita. Fred flew on and off all dny. He look Crew chief (Gnrry Casey), Butch (Ashley), our dnughter and Sweel-taler (Hannah), our granddaughter for rides. As people began gathering in Ihe hangar lo eat and' for Fred lo lake people on rides, the excite­ ment drew greater. Fred blessed the food nnd afler eating, Ihe flying started again. Fred got in and then Todd Naylor, as they came down Ihe strip lo take off Ihe T-6 mnde its rumbling sound ns all do. It is just a loud plane. This celebrntion turned inlo a very tragic event for everyone there, especially the Naylors and our family. The T-6 ended up in trees with one survivor,’ Todd, This was a miracle lhat only God could hnve performed nnd bolh our fami­ lies praise God for thnt. My husband didn’t survive, but his day of celebration wns greater thnn he nnlioipntcd as God called him home lo be in His presence. He is still greatly missed by his wife, children, grnndchildren, fnmily and friends, but we know lhal we nre only sepnrnled physically by lime as there will be a reunion dny coming soon. Fred was a husband, dad, grandfather, brother, uncle, friend, co-worker of Piedmont nnd USAirways pilots nnd flight attendants, instructor nnd more. While searching Ihe scripture for nn nnswer, I cnme across Philippians 2; Always put others interests and needs before your own, be humble. I realized my husbnnd was a Philippians 2 man as well. Fred was a child of God whom he loved and served. He lived his walk with Ihe Lord. His life's verse was 2nd Corinthians 12:9, My grace is enough for you. When you nre weak, my power is made perfect in you. (NCV). I want lo personally thank Ihe Davie Counly community and those outside our county who were praying for the Naylors and my family. Nol only for your prayers which was Ihe most important, but for your support, food, flowers, cards, fundraisers and so much more. A special thank you to these people on behalf of myself, Ihe Rev. Ed Sears, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wayne Cody, Mr. and Mrs. Jnck Swent, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jerry Murdock, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gnrry Cnsey, Mr. and Mrs, Rich Gessler (Bronna), Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes Alexander, Mr, nnd Mrs, Pal Allen, Mr, and Mrs, David Hicks, Mr, and Mrs, Marty Carter, Mr, and Mrs, Bill Foust, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Allen, Mr. nnd Mrs. Richnrd Bowles, Ms. Robin Robertson, Willing Heart Sunday School Clnss, Green Meadows Church Family, Mission Team of 2(X)7, JB, as Fred called Jimmy Bowles, who wns in chnrge of Ihe project in building n house built in Fred’s memory in Ihe country of Hondurns, Piedmont and USAir pilots and wonderful neighbors. For those who 1 do not know that prayed for us, I want you to know liow much I appreci­ ate your lifting us all up lo Ihe throne of God, Il wns very much needed and felt. Words cannot express my heart, but God knows it goes to Ihe very depth of my soul, God used this tragic event in my life and turned it inlo a Ro-' mans 8;28. We know that in everything God works for the good of those who love Him. We now have n one slop Christinn based gym in Davie Coiinty cnlled In Flight Gymnasium, This gym offers many opportunities for children to be involved in. We have nn Aviator All Star Program with Fred's wings off his uniform put on the girl’s uniform, we also have the T-6 Warbird Wrestling Team and so much more. There is also a Missionary Aviation Fund in Fred’s name through the Davie Life Foundation. These grants will be used to further Ihe Kingdom of God who gels the glory for all things, those who may want to contribute may do so by making Ihe check lo Davie Life Foundation and pulling in Ihe memo Capt. Fred Smith, P.O. Box 546,194 Wilkesboro St., Mocksville, NC 27028, These donnlions nre Inx deductible ns well. . We will be hnving our first fundrniser, Friday, Oct, 15, A spa- ghelli dinner plate for $6 nnd nil proceeds go to Ihe fund. It will be held at In Flight Gymnasium from 4-7. Tickets nre pre-soid and are al Ihe gym, al 162 Hillsdnie West Drive, Advnnce. You mny cnll 940-3148 for more informnlion. We will also hnve a short service brought by the Rev. Timothy Wolf, To nil widows who God hns brought inlo my life since I be­ came one, I wnnt you lo know you are not alone that God never forsakes His own nnd thal my lieart is your henrt. Proverbs 3:5,6, Riln Smith “A F l u s h B e a t s A F u l l H o u s e ' ' Hodaes Plumbing Services Affordable Same Day Service! 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H. Porter, MD, FA AN D ouglas U. Jeffery, MD, PhD 152 E, Kinderton Way, Suite 101 Advance, NC 27006 336940-2781 Conveniently located in the Bermuda Run commumt)' 'i D i s t r i c t C o u r t D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T i i u r s d a y , O c t , 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - 5 The following cnses were disposed of during Dnvie Ad­ ministrative Court, Presiding: Mngistrnte Dnvid T. Miller. Prosecuting; Burt Conley, ns­ sistnnt DA. - Theodore Lee AÎlen II, speeding 52 in n 35, reduced lo improper equipment, $75, cost. - Felicia Denise Arroyo, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Shnin Vinyff Audrey, speed­ ing 86 in n 70, reduced lo im­ proper equipment, $50, cost; license not in possession, dis­ missed, corrected. - Jennifer Mnrie Badger, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Essie Renee Bniley, operat­ ing vehicle wilh no insurance, expired regislrntion, expired/no inspection, cnnceled/revoked/ suspended certifleatc/tag, dis­ missed, corrected. - William Ray Baity, driving left of center, dismissed, civil. - Tarn Catherine Bnrker, ex­ ceeding safe speed, dismissed, civil. - Mitchell B. Bennelt, speed­ ing 52 in a 35; reduced to im­ proper equipment, $75, cost. - Charles G. Bermudez, speeding 82 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost. - Jacintn Leann Blair, speed­ ing 80 in n 70, reduced lo im­ proper equipment, $25, cost, - Jessica Leigh Bledsoe, driving while liccnse revoked, possession/display of altered/ fictitious/revoked license, dis­ missed, corrected. - Anthony L. Brooks, fnilure ’ lo wear sent belt, $25,50, cost. - Auynnna Lashay Brooks, fnilure to wear sent bell, operat­ ing vehicle wilh no insurnnce, dismissed, corrected. - Don Mnrk Church, speeding '68 in n 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Felice G. Collins, failure to stop for stop sign/flnshing red light, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Michnel A. Conlnrino, speeding 83 in n 70, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Joseph Aaron Cook, two counts each expired/no inspec­ tion, expired registration, dis­ missed, corrected. . - Daniel Jake Cooley, expired 'registration, fictitious/altered title/registration, dismissed, corrected. - Larry Daniel Cox, failure to reduce speed, dismissed, civil. - Michnel Jose Cromwell, fnilure lo mainlnin lnne control, dismissed, civil. • - Dorothy Ann Culberson, unsafe movement, dismissed, civil. - Olga C. Decaballero, speed­ ing 53 In n 35, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $100, cost. ■ - Amy Corrine Doby, can- celed/revokedysuspended certifi­ cate/tag, dismissed, corrected. ■ - Shawn Michael Donovan, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. T Teresn Sides Eller, speeding 68 in n 55, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Gary Wayne Falls,speeding 86 in a 70j reduced to improper equipment,.$50, cost. - Timolhy Jnmes Senn Fen­ ton, opernting vehicle wilh no insurance, canceled/revoked/ suspended certificate/lag, dis­ missed, corrected. - Danny Eugene Frye, speed­ ing 78 in a 40, reduced lo 49 in a 40, $15, cost. - Jnime Deuel Gnilan, speed­ ing 80 in a 70, reduced lo im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. - Dennis George Gayda, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Jordan Ashley Harris, speeding 69 In a 55, reduced lo Improper equipment, $75, cost; failure to wear seat bell, dismissed per plea, - Stacy Blane Hauser, fnilure to rediice speed, dismissed, civil. - Debbie Shehan Hepler, failure to maintain lane control, dismissed, civil. - Sarah Rachel Jacobson, failure to wear seal belt, $25.50, cost; failure to secure passenger under age 16, dismissed per plea. - Kevin Gray Jefferson, ex­ pired registration card/lag, ex­ pired/no inspection, dismissed, corrected; failure to wear seat belt, $25,50, cost, - Jason Lee Jones, failure to wear seat belt, $25,50, cost; fail-' ure lo notify DMV of maddress change, dismissed per plea. - Guadalupe R. Julian, fnil­ ure to secure passenger under age 16, dismissed per plea; no license, $50, cost, - Cecile Nichole Kellam, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Dnniel Jamar Kennedy, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost, - Melissn Rholon Kern, fnil- iire to reduce speed, dismissed, civil, - Mnrygrnce Cnrol Kyker, speeding 85 in n 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Paul Andrew. Lnshley, speeding 84 In a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Tonyn Marie Ledbetter, operating vehicle with no insur­ nnce, dismissed, corrected. - Stephen Michnel Lusk, speeding 77 in a 65, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost, - Phillip Edison Maness, expired/no inspection, expired registration, driving/allowing vehicle to be driven with no reg­ istration, dismissed, corrected. - Juan Daniel Mnrtinez, reck­ less driving lo endanger, dis­ missed, civil. - Rotonda Stroud Mason, speeding 83 in n 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $15, cost. - Earle P, McLaurine, spin­ ning tires, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost,' - Daniel D. McPherson, can- celedyrevokedysuspended certifi­ cate/tag, dismissed, corrected. - John Paul Mua, speeding B L U » EVERYTHING t MORE O^ing Thuiwlcv Octob«r МШ am v lta u Stop by 5 ohiote ws out. ¿jrwt buys every day Dt^ first oLflss S A viN i^S ! 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CALL TODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATE A N G E L L P A V I N G C O M M E R C IA L & R E S ID E N T IA L 336-751-3759 w w w .angelipaving.com Queen Bed $ 4 9 9 , Made in America FumiturB • Accessories • tjmps • Mattresses • RugS' m e g b r o w/ n ' h o m e fu rn i sh i n gs On l-lwy, 158, 1,3 miles yyest of Janglewood ■ 336:998,7277 ■ wv/w,mogbrownhome,com I , г [ 1 6 ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 Public Records 1, ■ J, ' Building Permits The following building permits were issued in Dnvie County, listed by applicant; type of building, estimated cost and location. - Ryan Tod Noble, porch roof addition, $8,000, US 64 W., Mockjville. - Don nnd Lois Brown, new pre-fab commercinl building for produce, $15,000, Foster Rd., Mocksyille. - Town of Cooleemee, two picnic shelters, $5,000, Duke Street, Cooleemee. - Vocntionnl Rehabilitn- tion, upfit building for office, $20,000, Hospital Street, No. 100, Mocksville. - Sal Construction Co., com­ mercinl lipfit for Pnpa Johns Pizzn, $36,300, Yndkinville Rd., Mocksville. - Select Homes, modular home, $155,000, Will Boone Rd., Mocksville. - Select Homes, modular home, $150,000, Milling Rd., Mocksville. - Wade Dennis Grubb, sun­ room nddition, $ 18,000, Shndy- brook Rd., Mocksville. - Pilcher Enterprises, de­ tached gnrnge, $35,000, Dea­ con Wny, Mocksville. - Pilcher Enterprises, two- story addition, $35,000, Fnll- ingcreek Dr., Advnnce. - Eric Brown Construction & Remodeling, detached two- car gnrnge, $30,000, Deacon Way, Mocksville. -Tim Moss & Sons Home . Improvements, Ireplace win­ dows nnd rotten wood, $20,000, Cnnyon Rd., Mocksville. - Green Creek Construction ■ Service, single family dwell­ ing, $200,000, Dublin Rd., Ad­ vance. - Rnndy Grubb Construc­ tion, single fnmily dwelling, $86,400, Children’s Home Rd„ Mocksville. - Miller Building & Remod­ eling, demolition of accessory structure nnd replace retaining wall, $15,710, Aviara Dr., Ad­ vnnce. ,- Decked Out of the Triad, add screened porch on existing deck, $15,000, Meadows Edge Dr., Advnnce. - Boggs Building Com­ pnny, single fnmily dwelling, $51,000, Stone Wood Rd., Mocksville. • Ronnie Jones Plumbing, addition, $34,000, Underpass Rd., Advnnce. - Southern Shelter, deck nd­ dition, $2,000, Kingsmill Dr., Advnnce. - Larry McDnniel Builders, repnir house due to cnr running through gnrnge, $7,252, US 64 W., Mocksville. - Miller Building & Remod­ eling, replnce failing floor sys­ tem, $10,373, Riverbend Dr., Advnnce. - Morgnn & Pnrker Build­ ers, screened porch nddition, $11,000, North Forke Dr., Ad­ vnnce. - Ryan Tod Noble, nttnched gnrnge nddition, $15,000, Winding Creek Rd., Mocks­ ville. - Ronnld Dodson, nbove- ground swimming pool and nccessory structure, $15,000, Wnndering Lnne, Mocksville. - Rynn Tod Noble, sunroom addition, $15,000, East Lnke ■ Dr., Mocksville. - Pool By Design, inground pool, $26,000, Cnnyon Rd., Mocksville. Land TVansfers The following land trnnsfei's were filed with the Davie Reg­ ister of Deeds, listed by parties involved, acreage, township and deed stamps purchnsed, with $2 representing $1,000. - Nntionwide Trustee Ser­ vices, substitute trustee to Sec­ retnry of Veternns Affairs, I lot, Mocksville. - Sue Comatzer Tucker to Sunni McKnight, 49.32 acres. Shady Grove. - Grady L Ingle, substitute trustee to Secretary of Hous­ ing nnd Urbnn Development, 4 lots, Jerasnlem. - David B. Miller (md Mnr­ gnret S. Miller to Jason D. Melchert nnd Micnh A. Ebert, I lot, Farmington,$416. - Gnry W. Marshall nnd Jenn- nie Y. Mnrshnll to April D. In- grnm, I lot, Farmington, $428. - Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Alfonso Espitin-Hemandez and Marinnn Jasso Moreno, 2 tracts, Mocks­ ville. - Katie Seaford Ritchie and Jnson Christopher Ritchie to Jeffrey D. Seaford and Donna J. Seaford, 4.06 acres, Calahaln. - Lnnd First Development to Paula Softye, 1 lot, $50. - Federal Home Lonn Mort­ gage Corp. to David W. Lan­ caster and Pnuln F. Lancaster, 14.1 acres. - Secretnry of Housing nnd Urbnn Development to Debo- rnh Kny Goins and Jnrell Dnvid Hendrix, I lot. - Doris Sales Lnkey to Ste­ phen Wnyne Lnkey nnd Sybil Lnkey Stroud, I tract, Mocks­ ville. - Elnine W. Armsworthy and Mao' F. Jordan, trustees of Wil­ linm W. Angell Trust to Seyed Ali Mousnvi nnd Susnn Ser­ geant, 63.08 acres, Mocksville, $500. - Tnmern E. Olson and Todd L. Olson to Jnmes L. Frnnk nnd Knthryn L. Frank, 1 lot. - Clyde L. Whitnker nnd Lindn M. Whitnker to Clyde L. Whitnker, 1 lot, Mocksviiie. - Clyde L. Whitnker to Dnr- D a i r i e C o u n t ySheriff The duties of a Sheriff are man)^, varied, and complex. The programs and policies implemented by your sherilf are what provide our citizens with protection from criminals and irnprove the quality of fife for all and it's what makes Davie County such a wonderful place to live, work, play, and raise a family. It has been said that people may doubt what you say...they may question what you say...but they will believe what you do. What we have done in the last four years is to give the people of the County a Sheriff's Office they can truly relieve in. Four years ago I came to you with a Vision and a Plan for your Sheriff's Office. I told YOU what I stood for; I told you what I would do, and how I would do it. You now know, without a doubt, that I said what I meant and I meant what I said. In November I'm asking for your vote not based on PROMISES MADE but on kOMISES KEPT. For the last four vears it has been my honor and privileige to serve the people of Davie County as your Sheriff and it is with a great deal of humility and pride that I ask for your vote and support to continue the progress. PAID FOR BY STOKES 4 SHERIFF C A M PA IG N rell W. Donnhue, 1 lot. - Jonnthan Trent Owings and Kathy T. Owings, administra­ tor of estnte of Ethel E. Cloer to Ronald D. Knight and Linda O. Knight, 77,800 square feet, Mocksville, $140. - Bayne E. Miller nnd Inez F. Miller to Brent Miller, 7.84 acres. - Vincent J. Fabricatore and Debra A. Fnbricntore to Dan­ ielle A. Virtue and Willinm E. Virtue, 1 condominium, Farm­ ington, $220. - Nationwide Tmstee Ser­ vices, substitute tmstee to Bank of Americn, 20,000 squnre feet, Mocksville. - Secretnry of Housing and Urban Development to Mnrthn McCrnw, I lot, Mocksville. - Federal National Mortgage Assoc, to Michnel Bryan Cudd, 2.79 acres, Clarksville. Mocksviiie Police The following are from Mocksville Police Department reports. - The larceny of a license tng from a vehicle on Boxwood Village Drive was reported Oct. 4. - The larceny of n contniner of chnnge from n contniner at a restaurant wns reported Oct. 5. - A person I’eported missing from Durham wns found in a Mocksville hotel on Oct. 6. - The breaking nnd entering of n vehicle nnd Inrceny of n pocketbook was reported Oct. 8 at n business off Yndkinville Road. - The breaking, entering nnd Inrceny of n screw gun from n building off South Main Street was reported Oct .7. - Some fraudulently obtained pre-paid phono card numbers Oct. 10 nt n locnl business. - A womnn reported Oct. 3 she wns sexunlly nssaulted at a residence on Mill Street. Arrests - Tabithn Corrine Lowe, 22, of Snlisbury, was charged Oct. 6 with shoplifting. Trial dnte; Nov. 18. ‘ - Robert Lewis Ebright, 67, of Juney Beauchamp Road, Ad­ vnnce, was charged Oct. 8 with shoplifting. Trial date: Dec. 18. Cooleemee Police The following are from Cooleemee Police Depnrtment reports. - Aisha Monica White, 29, of Westview Avenue, Cooleemee, wns charged Oct. 9 with unau­ thorized use of a motor vehicle. Trial date; Oct. 28. - Ronnie Dean Williams, 60, of Neely Street, was chnrged Oct. 6 with disorderly conduct. - Damage to a house on Da­ vie Street was reported Sept. 30. Fires Dnvie County fire depnrt­ ments responded to the follow­ ing cnils; Oct. 5: Mocksville, 11:21 n.m., US 64 East, hazardous materials; Willinm R. Dnvie, 6:36 p.m., Benr Creek Church Road, illegni bum. Oct. 6: Mocksville, 7 a.m., Westside Drive, automobile ac­ cident; Mocksville, 7:50 a.m., Dnvie Place, fire alarm; Center assisted; Advance, 8:39 a.m.. Burton Road, automobile ac­ cident; Fork assisted. Oct. 7: Mocksville, 7:40 p.m.. Tot Street, hazardous conditions. Oct. 8: Center, 12:24 a.m., 1-40 West, automobile accident; County Line assisted. Arrests The Davie County Sheriff’s Department made the following arrests: - James Nnthan Johnson, 20, of NC 801 South, Mocksville was arrested Oct. 4 for failure to appear. Trial date: Nov. 4. - Gregory Leon Bolden, 26, of Zebulon was, arrested Oct. 4 for failure to appear. Trial date: Oct. 28 in Nash County. -DennisMitchellLndd,32,of Thomasville was arrested Oct. 7 for failure to appear.'Trinl dnte; Nov. 17 in Guilford County. - Delln Mny Crnnford, 18, of Fnirfield Road, Mocksville wns arrested Oct. 8 for possession of schedule II controlled substance. Trial dnte: Nov. 18. - Jncob Wesley Page, 17, of Pine Street, Mocksville was ar­ rested Oct. 8 for misdemeanor possession of schedule VI con- ' trolled substance nnd possession of drug paraphemalin. TrinI dnte: Nov. 18. - Kelly Teddler Owens, 41, of Daniels Rond, Mocksville was arrested Oct. 10 for resist­ ing a public officer nnd second degree trespassing. Trial dnte; Nov. 18. - Cnmryn Nichole Smith, 20, of Buck Hill Rond, Mocksville wns nrrestcd Oct. 10 for simple assault. Trial date: Nov. 4. -Daniel Wnyne Mnsten,23,of BuckHlll Road, Mocksville was arrested Oct. 10 for assault on n fehinle. TrinI d'nte:'Nov. 4. Highway Patrol The following traffic wrecks in Davie County were listed by the N.C. Highwny Patrol. • A Mocksville woman wns charged with failure to reduce speed after the vehicle she was driving hit nnother Oct. 4. Lindsny Allison McDougnll of Oakshire Court was driving a 2000 Pontiac west on Koontz Rond in the left tum lnne. Shir­ ley Sonijn Sellers of Clnrk Road, Mocksville wns stopped in a 2008 Dodge on Koontz Road in the left turn lnne wniting to turn onto US 601. McDougnll failed to reduce the speed of her vehi­ cle and it collided with McDou- gall’s. Trooper M.W. Whitener reported the accident occurred at approximately 3:50 p.m. and there were no injuries. • A Davie womnn wns charged with failure to yield nfter the vehicle she wns driving Ha«n§g01 H a y i i d « s j to Inhere the Willi Things Are Ghosts and Sobllns along the Hayrltie Trail fri.ASat. Oct. 19 A16 m * S a | . O c | i . 2 2 A 2 3 6*30-9*30 PM ; SPONSORED BY: Yadkin VaUey Hounds, Inc. $5 per person Concessions: HAMBURSERS, HOTDOSS - RAIN OR SHINE - Woltz Lane, Advance* •NC 801 South to People’s Creek Road @ Elbaville Chuith, " iple’s Creek to Burton Road lo Wota Lane. Follow Signs. * \PS, ctc.: www.yadkinvallcyhounds.com 998-3346 hit nnother Oct. 10. ' Lori Jncobs Wnller of Davie Street, Cooleemee was stopped in her 1992 Pontiac on Swice­ good Street wniting to make a left tum onto NC 801. Jerry Lee Goins of Lexington wns driving his 1993 Ford pick-up north on NC 801. Waller fniled to yield, begnn mnking a left tum onto NC 801,nndhervehicle collided with Goins’. Trooper M.W. Whitener re­ ported the accidcnt occurred at approximately 9:40 p.m. and there were no injuries. Sheriff’s Dejpartment The following incidents were reported to the Davie County Sheriff’s Depnrtment. - On Oct. 4 thrents were reported at a home on Fletcher Street, Mocksville. -An assault wns reported at a home on Wall Street, Mocksville on Oct. 4. - On Oct. 4 harassing phone calls were reported at a home on Hunting Creek Lane, Mocks­ ville. - Trespnssing was reported at a home on Cednr Creek Rond, Mocksville on Oct. 4. - On Oct. 4 larceny wns re­ ported at a home on Snin Rond, Mocksville. - Identity theft was reported at a home on Yadkin Valley Rond, Advance on Oct. 4. - On Oct. 5 nn attempted burglary wns reported nt a con­ venience store on NC 801 South, Advance. - Lnrceny wns reported at n home on Hope Lane, Mocksville on Oct. 5. - On Oct. 5 nn assnult on a female was reported at a home on Ijames Church Rond, Mocksville. - Littering was reported at a .. home on Gun Club Road, Ad­ vance on Oct. 5. - On Oct. 5 larceny wns re­ ported nt n retail establishment on NC 801 South, Advnnce. - Trespnssing was'reported nt n retail estnblishment on US 158,AdvanceonOct.6. - On Oct. 6 a burglary was reported at a location on Lake­ wood Vilinge Drive, Mocks­ ville. - A burglnry was reported nt n home on US 64 East, Mocksville on Oct. 6. - On Oct. 6 an nssault was reported nt n home on Baltimore Downs Rond, Advnnce. - A burglnry was reported at n home on Ijnmes Church Road, Mocksville on Oct. 6. - On Oct. 7 a burglary was re­ ported nt a home on Swicegood Street, Mocksville. - Larceny wns reported at a home on Shirley’s Wny, Mocks­ ville on Oct. 7. - On Oct. 7 a burglary was reported nt a home on Dnniel Road, Mocksville. - Trespassing wns reported nt a home on Gun Club Road, Advnnce on Oct. 8. - On Oct. 8 larceny wns re­ ported nt n home on Snin Road, Mocksville. ' -A break-in nnd larceny were reported nt a home on Jones Road, Mocksville on Oct. 8. - On Oct. 9 frnud wns report­ ed nt n home on Rnlph Rntledge Road, Mocksville. - Larceny wns reported nt n home on Ridge Rond, Mocks­ ville on Oct. 9. - On Oct. 10 a burglary was reported at a home on Bear Creek Church Rond, Mocks­ ville. - Larceny wns reported nt n home on Longwood Drive, Advance on Oct. 10. - On Oct. 10 n brenk-in was reported nt n home on Jemsalem Avenue, Mocksvillei. FARM FRESH PORK шгояовчошг- авлтлшиишиJerry & Cindy Foster- (336) !-----------------19 9 8 -7175 WWW. ourdavie.com M a n S h o t W a l k i n g T h r o u g h T r u c k S t o p P a r k i n g L o t A Middlesex man was shot in the shoulder while parked ■at Horn’s Truck Stop. James Michael Capps wns taken to Davie County Hospi­ tal, where he was treated and released. He told Officer J.D. Walk­ er he heard something that sounded like an air gun, then felt the pain in his shoulder. Further investigation revealed that the windows to two trucks had also been shot. One witness said there was a white Lincoln in the parking lot about the time of the shoot­ ings, around 8 p.m. Thursday. 1 Arrested After Fight At The Glen A Mocksville mnn was charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting se- rioius injury afler a fight in The Glen Apartments parking lot on Oct. 9. Shawn Micheál Ijames, 18, was taken into custody in lieu of a $5,000 bond, pending an Oct. 21 hearing in Davie Dis­ trict Court. The disturbance was a do­ mestic dispute, according to police reports. C’Mee Plans Leaf Pickup Days Leaf pickups for Cooleemee residents begins TUesday, Oct. 26. The company providing this service will begin picking up leaves early on the moming on leaf pick up days so residents need to have leaves raked in a pile and placed at curbside or on the right-of-way (at edge of pavement or ditch line) prior to the scheduled leaf pick up day. If the leaves are not raked in a pile at curbside or on the right-of-way, they will not be picked up. To avoid stopping up storm drains nnd to prevent potential flooding cnused by this, it is important that raked leaves are not placed in the actual ditch-line. Place raked leaves away from any objects such as parked cars, low hanging tree limbs, catch basins, or drain pipes. Raked lenves should not be placed in the traveled por­ tion of the road where traffic would be impeded. No containers or bags of any kind will be picked up nor' emptied and no grass clippings will be picked up. Do not mix other items such as grass clip­ pings, brush/limbs, household trash, nor sticks, stones or dirt (soil) in with leaves. The company providing this service will pick up leaves only one time, on each.street, on Tuesdays Oct. 26-Dec. 28. Christmas trees will be picked up only on Tuesdny, Jan. 4 (no leaf pickup this day); Tbesday.Jan. lI;andT\iesday, Jan. 25. Tuesday, Feb. 1 will be the . last leaf pick up date for season. Direct questions to Cool­ eem ee Town Hall at 284- 2 I4 I.' D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - 7 Dub Potts Smart Start Interim Director Smart Stnrt hns announced that WG "Dub” Potts will serve the locnl non-profit as interim executive director. The announcement comes after Corey Miller announced he is stepping down after four yenrs to move on to other chnllengcs in the non-profit sector. "Although we nre snd to see Corey go, 1 am hnppy to be able to offer my time during the tran­ sition," snid Potts. “As n board member, we know how lucky Smnrt Stiirt wns to hnve Corey over the pnst four yenrs. He has been nn outstanding leader for us and hns done many grent things for Smart Start of Davie County, and our community. It won’t be ensy to fill his shoes, even if it is tempornry. We wish him the best with his new endenvors. He will be missed." Potts, who recently retired from Davie County Schools, has been on the Smart Stort Board since July 2008. He has more than 37 yenrs of experience in public schools as a teacher, coach and administrator, includ­ ing serving as superintendent of Davie County Schools from July 2001 to January 2006. For pnrt of thnt time he wns the interim superintendent. “Learning doesn’t begin in kindergarten, or even Pre-K. Our goal is to serve all children from birth to 5 in Dnvie County with our programs and services. We would love for every child in the county under five to receive free books in the mail each month from onr Imagination Librory progrnm, we want to see parents nnd child cnre tenchers using our resource center and we want to visit with as many fami­ lies ns possible with our Pnrents ns Teachers program. “There are so many wonder­ ful things Smart Start has to offer fnmilies in Davie County, nnd I look forwnrd to working with the stnff and Board in this role,” Potts snid. 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' Mocksville 751-6131 Ш CALL us FOR A QUOTE TODAY Nationwide* On Your Side Auto Home Life ■ Buu'ncss Ф !1№1Ю(№*«к|1*(1«Н>14ГХ*СоЛЧШ7 KWT»i>(IOnVuu(Si(l««r«fr<lrt*IVrrtjit<*">>WVVe Ben Franklin Family Owned Since 1981 H a l l o w e e w / F a l l P é c o r•Щ •# Ш V « |l w 2 5 R egular Prices Davie 4-Hers collect food for A Storehouse for Jesus. G r o w i n g L e a d e r s 4-Hers Collect Food For Needy; Recognized By Board Last week was Nntional 4-H week where thousnnds of young people celebrated by holding nctivities nnd pro­ grams in tlieir communities. In Dnvie County, ndult volunteers and youth from each of the 4-H clubs set up ■ an infomiational booth in front , of Walmnrt. They handed out brochures nbout 4-H nnd spoke with community members nbout tlieir clubs. Davie 4-H also collected non-perishable food items for their NC 4-H Hungry to Help initiative. Sixty pounds of food was col­ lected nnd will be taken to A Storehouse for Jesus. In addition to having an informntiohal booth, Davie 4-Hers nttended the Oct. 4 county conimissiori meeting where they led the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H Pledge. . Also, a proclanintion was made for Oct. 3-9 to be Nntional 4-H Week in Dnvie County by the ‘ Davie County Board of Com­ missioners. Four-H is n youth devel­ opment program that teach­ es young people life skills through experiential learning and hnnds-on nctivities. Pro­ grnms nre conducted through clubs, ns school enrichment, through camps and ns specinl interest programs through NC Cooperative Extension. If you would like more in­ formntion nbout 4-H, contnct Lyndsie Young at 753-6100. County Commission Cliair Richard Poindexter (right) poses with 4-Hers and leaders after the board adopted a proclamation honoring the 4-H program. County Commission Candidates To Be At Public Forum Oct. 19 The Davie High School Youlh nnd Government nnd Dnvie Associntion of Educators will host II forum for the four cnndidntcs for Dnvie County Commissioner on Oct. 19 nt 6:30 p.m. in the school medin center. Brnd Deni nnd Perry Ferrell, YAO members, will be mpd- erators. Voters will elect two from incumbent Chris Ander­ son and challengers Jeff Plott, Robert Wisecnrver and Cnrl Humphrey. ‘‘This is an-exciting time lo be part of the political proccss," snid Deal, a senior. “Every elec­ tion can be likened to a turning point. Just ns I nm nt a crucial point in time in my life, so our county sits at a juncture. My hope is that the community will support our efforts to give the cnndidnte,s n forum to speak." Youth nnd Government, n club sponsored by the YMCA, is in its third yenr at Davie High. “It provides a grent learning ficlcl for students to become politically active," said Keith Richter, Davie High advisor to the club. “Mnny of our club pnrticipnnts will be our future stnte nnd locnl lenders." “Come nnd join us to lenm more about the candidntes and how they will serve our coimty if elected,” Deal snid. “I hnve found through my involvement in politics on the locnl level thnt often times mnny issues in locnl government do not fnll along ¡{cpublicnn-Dcmocrat partisnn lines. Therefore, voters cnnnot be content to vote bnsed solely on the party they nre'registered with." Tonyn Kerr, vice president of the DCAE, is hnppy to help with the forum. “This is nn excellent lenrn­ ing opportunity for many of my former students," she snid. “It is exciting for me to see these students step up and begin to put democrncy in prnctice." 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Ph. 336-760-0706 vvwvv.prcrcrredpylnmanugcmcnt.com S t o r e h o u s e S e e k s S p o n s o r s F o r T h a n k s g i v i n g A n d C h r i s t m a s For the pnst 17 years, A Storehouse For Jesus has been blessed to have the support of Davie and surrounding coun­ ties in sponsoring local families in need with Thanksgiving din­ ners, Christmas gifts for chil- . dren, special needs adults, and seniors, also Christmns dinner for senior fnmiiies. “If you would like to partici­ pate in these holiday programs, Davie County fnmiiies need your help," said Marie Collins, director. “The current economy, with lost jobs and decreased salaries, has mnny not nble to mnke ends meet and unnble to provide for their fnmiiies. These nre fnmiiies who only come for help nt Christmas be­ cause they do not hnve the extrn funds to provide gifts for their children." Becnuse of the community’s support in 2009, the Storehouse wns able to provide Thanksgiv­ ing dinners' for 544 families (2,119 individuals); Christmns gifts for 323 families (1,131 children, 58 specinl needs adults and 110 seniors); Christ­ mas dinners for 43 seniors (113 individuals). “We pray for hearts to be moved to respond generously agnin this yenr," Collins said. “If you would like to participnte we humbly ask for you to consider providing for those who would otherwise go wlihout at Thanksgiving nnd Christmas." Sponsors are needed for Thanksgiving dinners and Christmas dinners for seniors. Christmas sponsors will be needed through Dec. 16 to help flillast-minute requests. Thanksgiving sponsors are given n suggested menu to purchnse food items for unpre­ pared meals. This allows fami­ lies to have a Thanksgiving meal nt home with their loved ones. Sponsors bring the meal to Storehouse, Sunday, Nov. 14 between 1-3 p.m. Find the menu nt A StorehouseForJesus. org. Fnmiiies will pick up Sun­ day, Nov. 21 between 1-3 p.m. Christmns sponsors of chil­ dren, newborns through 12th grade, are given four sugges­ tions of needed clothing items with sizes and four suggestions of toys or non-clothing items. For special needs adults and seniors (age 65+), sponsors are given four clothing suggestions with sizes nnd four non-cloth­ ing items. Four suggestions are given to give sponsors more choices, however, we only nsk for two clothing nnd two non­ clothing items. Christmns sponsors bring their gifts to Storehouse, Dec. 2 from 9 n,m.-2 p,m,; Dec, 7,9 n,m.-6 p,m.; or Dec, 8 nnd 9,9 n.m,-7:30 p,m. To qunlify for Christmns as- sistnnce, clients must; live in Davie County, not receive help for Christmas through nny other ngency, church or school, bring proof of residence (ex,; current electric bill), pixiof of house­ hold income for the last four weeks, if family has hnd any. The client needs to also bring the completed Christ­ mns forms filled out in English for the interview. New clients must come into the Distribu­ tion Ministries during the week to be interviewed nnd fill out a "New Client” npplication. New clients are not nccepted on a Fridny interview. If n client does not speak English, they must bring an interpreter with them. Interviews are on Fridnys through Nov. 19 from 9 n,m,-11 n,m, Fnmiiies who work mny set up,an appointment for n Tues­ day or a Thursdny evening from 6:30-8 p,m. Clients nre re­ sponsible for correct sizes, nnd that items they request nre not too expensive. Requests nre not taken for nnything dealing with the occult, violence-and music thnt has innpproprinte lyrics. Due to lack of space, requests for bicycles or tricycles nre not taken. Clients are encouraged to sign up early. Schools, nursing homes and churches nre welcome to re­ fer Davie County children or seniors they are nwnre of who will not.be receiving help for Thanksgiving pr Christmas, It is our prayer that everyone who needs help can be matched with a sponsor," Collins snid. If you would like to be a sponsor for Thanksgiving and/ or Christmns cnll the Store­ house, 753-8081 or 751-1060, Hours nre Mondny-Thursdny 9 n,m,-5 p,m., or email Store- hoiis<;hope(Syalwo.com, -Sponsors are encouraged to call early. Fnmiiies are waiting. A Storehouse For Jesus Mocks­ ville is also on Fneebook. “We would like to take this time to also thnnk everyone who has ever prnyed, been n sponsor, or n volunteer for Storehouse nt Thanksgiving nnd Christmns. We would not be nble to offer these progrnms without your support nnd prayers. May God bless ench of you abundantly," Collins said. Distribution Ministries closed Nov. 24,25 & Dec. 20- 30. The phones will be checked dnily, ns well as a local agency will be nvnilable to cover nny emergencies. Pharmacy closed Nov. 23- 25; Deo. 21-23, 28 and 29. Pliarmacy open Dec. 20, 27 and 30. Medicnl Clinics closed Nov. 25 and Dec. 23. Medicnl Clin­ ics open Dec. 30. Chronic Cnre Clinics closed Nov. 23; Dec. 21 nnd 28. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Marginal Street, COOLEEMEE, N.C. "Proudly Presents In Concert" 'The Man With A Tear In His Voice" TONY GORE D a t e : O c t o b e r 1 7 , 2 0 1 0 T i m e : 6 : 0 0 P M F R E E A D M IS S IO N Buta love offering will be received. For Information & Directions Call: 336-284-2626 D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 ■ 9 """d m o A fflÉ IItliC a ré w e lco m e s » ' ' ' . 1.0. G o n z a le z , M D ' Internal Medicine 'S pecialties: •, General Family and Adult Medicine • Geriatric Medicine ' ' • PreventiveMedicine and Screenings ^ ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS BACKGROUND SUiVIMARY FOR DR. J.D. 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Cameron Williatns, MD I hü 1 0 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 Pull Over, Please You never know what you might see on a Sunday drive through rural Davie County. A local couple caught this scene - a couple of lazy horses loose on N C 801. A N .C . Highway Patrol trooper is shown coaxing the, horses into a parking lot - and out of harm ’s w ay F o r S a l e The Personal Property of Fonzo Shore (deceased) 1 7 5 R . S h o re Dr. (from Mocksville - Hwy 601 N ,3 miles past WR Davle School & left on R. Shore Drive) Sat.y Oct. 16, 8am-2pm 1996 V6 Dodge Dakota Truck, Kenmore washer & dryer, apartment sized range, old niistal bed, old Victorian table, fold- up Lllestyler treadmill, sofa (like new), Electrolux vacuum, lamps, old advertisements, signed & numbered Shore Jug Print, clothes & other household Items. For more Information call (336)463-5172 or 469-5566 B R E A K F A S T F U N D R A I S E R CORNATZER-DULIN VOL. FIRE DEPT LADIES AUXILIARY S A T U R D A Y , O C T . 1 6 6 : 3 0 - 1 0 a . m . Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Country Ham, Grits, Gravy, Hot Biscuits, Fresh Coffee, MHk, Ice Tea & Jiilce D ine In ■ D o n a tio n s O n ly Come Support Your Volunteer Firefighters 1522 Cornatzer Road • 336-998-2395 Family Meals, Together, More Than Nutrition The trnditional fnmily menl be a healthier meal than a salad seems to be going the way of eaten in solitude, in front of a the dinosaur. screen? Busy schedules for busy pat- “We want niir children tp eat ents, mixed families living in their vegetables and drink their split homes, busy kids with ac- milk,” Patty said. “We beg, tivities every night of the week we plead, we threaten them to ... who has time to sit down for make good choices, to eat what dinner? Sbmetimes hnving any we put in front of them. But dinner at all is a challenge. ' , what do we really teach them? As long ns all get fed,does it What do they leam when we really mntter when and how? pile their plates high with broc- “We tench our children so coli ... nnd we leave our own much with the habits we form plate bare of anything green? nnd the choices we make,” snid Is it fnir or reasonable to expect Brnndi Patti, henlth educator a child to try something mom with the Dnvie County Henlth won’t even touch?” Department. "Study after stiidy gives scientific backing to whnt grandma already knew - it’s important for the henlth of ev­ eryone in the family to sit down together for a meal ns often ns possible.” Thnt’s everyone, not just the kids. "It is necessnry for our fam­ ily bonds nnd mental well­ being to take time from daily demands to just sit, tnlk, and be together. It is importnnt that we show our kids how to assemble A recent study published in the Journal of the American Di­ etetic Associntion suggests thnt it is not just the act of eating together that protects agninst future obesity, but equally im­ portnnt is the foods children see their pnrents eating. The first nnd most important step of healthy eating is tnking the time to ent together. It’s ok to stnrt simply - talk together nnd pick one day a week when everyone can find time to tear themselves awny from their D Y N A S T Y CHINESE RESTAURANT We’ve added a Japanese Menu! Come try our NEW Japanese Food in addition to our regular menu. 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It is vital to our chil­ dren’s health - now and in the future - that we teach them how to plan, purchase nnd prepare a healthy menl. But flrsl we hnve to sliow them what that henlthy meal might look like." Nutrition is more than va- snme table together for a meal. The time doesn't mntter - it can be Sundny morning brenkfnst, Wednesdny night supper, or n Snturdny nfternoon lunch. It is importnnt that this is mandatory -you cnn be flexible with every aspect of your meal, except for participation. The next step is to plan to­ gether what to hnve to ent. Be riely nnd qunlity of foods. For easy on yourselves - if just gel- sure, nil know n'crisp, fresh ap- ting to the tnble is a chnllenge, pie is n fnr henlthier snack thnn a bag of cheese puffs. But sometimes a frozen In- sngnn shared as n fnmily cnn Introducing FaceTime’video calling. Smile. Only on the IPhone* 4. 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All olher DawiBiCjDunijijB6DulilicaniМЙШШВЙЙШ Invites you to a S a lu r d a y , O c io b e r 2 3 • 4 :0 0 P M a tth e MasBnlG Picnic Grounds In Mecksvilla ' ‘ , Come out and mept your ' Republican Candidates and enjoy some, Chicken Stew and PaWtlc Music! 1. i For More Info Call: RepubUcan Headquarters at 336-753-17/4 Ad paid for by the Davie County Republican Men’s Federation go ahead and order a pizzn, or make some sandwiches. Righl now it doesn't matter what you eat - it just matters that you’re doing il together. Evenlunlly you will be ready to work on the quality nnd vnriety of your meal. Involving the kids in the plnnning process increnses the chnnces thnt they will eat well at these meals. Once you nre ready to in­ clude some variety with your menls, try introducing a vegeta­ ble or two, but let the kids pick wliich Ihey wnnt to see on Iheir piate. It is vital for children tu lenrn how to plnn healthy meals oij Iheir own if these benefits n/e to lnst lo ndulthood. This fnmily fun might extend all the way to the grocery store to in­ vestigate (as a family) nil Ihe mnny vegelnbles nnture nnd Ihe frozen foods section hns to of­ fer. Tiie family menl might be­ come n fun nnd enjoynble time when new foods cnn be snmpled niong-side more fnmiliar fare. The final step is to stay positive nnd keep it going. The day and time may change each week, but at the end of Ihe meal, before everyone has the chnnce to pnrt ways again, de­ cide when the next fnmily meal will happen, and encournge ev­ eryone lo stnrt thinking nbout ideas for that meal. You might also want to come up with n back-up plan, in cnse something, interferes with your first choice for n menl lime. The point is to keep il going. Don’t let life get in the wny nnd push your menl by the wnyside. Also, don’t let fnmily issues or arguments crowd in on the fnmily menl. This is a time to enjoy being to­ gether- the disagreements will still be waiting for you when this time is over. You may find you’re nble to tnlk things out n little easier with a full stomach nnd well nourished henrt. "The fnst pace of modem Americnn life does nol show nny signs of slowing," she said. “We hnve only a few yenrs with our children to nurture nnd teach them, nnd prepnre them for lending Iheir own lives one dny. When we tnke the time to eat together - to shnre good food nnd good times, we take the time to invest in ourselves nnd in each other. We strength­ en our bodies nnd our bonds.’’ I n T h e M a l i D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - 1 1 I n t e g r i t y ... Continued From Page 3 t o Z a ^ U f r e “ OfDavie Coun­ty, you shyuld hnve n voice in local govemment beyond Election Day, you must vole to elect Robert Wisecarver and Cnrl Hum- «^ornmissioners. Bolh are men of integrity, hones- ty and work diligemly for Ihe good ofthe people nnd the progress of Dnvie County. T^ey hnve both pledged to listen lo the people and allow the people to vole on large expenditures before indcbl- ing the laxpnyers, They also understnnd thnt outside council of It’s your choice, either silence your voice nfter the election or continue lo hnve n say in how your local govemment works. Mike Branham Mocksville J o h n C o le y W ou ld B e T h e B e s t S h eriff To.the editor; "John Coley Is running for sheriff of Davie County. I have ’rkhown Jobti for over 30 years. I find John to be one of the most i^ijistworthy nlid caring people I know, i , 1 renlember ninny years ngo when Wnlmnrt wns in Ihe old building. I snw John a^;a checkout with a Hula-Hoop in his hand. 1 nsked,him when thnt becnme sinndard issue for Ihe Mocksville Policé Department. He replied that he had been called out lo the Olen Apartments on ^íiilirig R6ad to respond to a disturbance. When he arrived, two girls were fighting over a Hula-Hoop. John ■ told Ihe little girl who didn't have one that if she was good, he would get her one. Tlial is why he was there, Also I remember many years ngo there was a young girl miss­ ing. It was reported to Ihe Davie County Sheriffs Department. Af­ ter three days there wns no word on her whereabouts. The family contacted John to sec if there was nnything he could do. John snid he had no idea she was missing and lhat the Mocksville Police Department was never notified. John took it upon himself to get the word out about her disapearance. TVenly four hours later she was found in Myrtle Beach. These nnd mnny olher stories I can tell are the reasons I believe John Coley should not only be our sheriff, but he would be the besl sheriff this county has known. 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Credit I i: I » t %> W.Ì < 1 2 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 The water area of River Park can be seen from this photo from the Rowan County side.- P h o to s co u rtesy of Textile H eritage C enter A rchives Bullhole Benefit Catfish Fry This Saturday COOLEEMEE They piece and turn at tiie Erwin grew up togetlier and a lot of Temple CME Church, their early memories cluster Tickets nre on sale at the around time spent at n spe- Cooleemee Town Hall, Os- cial place on the South Yad- home’s Service Statjon and kin River. the Zachary House jn C|ool- Those cherished memo- eemee. In Mocksville they ries have motivated Ron nre nvailable at the Davie Bivins, Ronnie Shoaf, Ron Webb and their friends they’ve dubbed “The Bull­ hole Gang” to show up ev­ ery year to raise money for RiverPnrk nt Cooleemee Fnlls. No one in these pnrts has ever disputed thnt they fry ^ the “best catfish you’ll ever eat” nnd on Snturdny, Oct. 16 from 11, n.m.-2 p.m., n plnte will include fries, hush Chamber of Commerce nnd in Snlisbirry at The LandTrust office nt the: train depot. A kids plate will cost $3. An average weekend day last summer saw more than 150 people enjoying nature at the park, ihc,luding the water for swimming, fish­ ing and sliding on the rocks. Park-goers are encournged to wenr hri old pair of ten- puppies, slnw, n drink nnd nis shoes to protect agninst dessert for $7. Held on the third Snturdny every October, this gnther- 'ing hns become an nren trn- dition in Dnvie and western Rownn counties. Fall nt this nature pnrk cnn be brenthtnk- ing nnd when the old-time biuegrnss music is added, it becomes the place to be for fellowship and n good time. “We’ve been feeding just over 400 in past years,” says Ron Bivins, whose wife Te­ resa is, he ndds, “in charge of everything other thnn the frying.” This yenr the Bivins hope to brenk the 500 mnrk. This yenr there nre more than 25 business sponsors who provide the' event’s profit mnrgin. RiverPnrk is locnted nt the end of Erwin Temple Church Road in Rowan County just past the NC 801 river bridge from Cooleemee. The catfish fry takes plnce nt the Mnrga- ret C. Woodson picnic shel­ ter. From nny direction, take Needmore Road just a short sharp iocks nnd stnbilize walking ; on slippery bed­ rock. , ■ Owned by thliJ^TcfWn of Cooleefee^, the pnrk' is op- ernted by the’ non-profit Ri v- erPnrk,' Inoj Whose bonrd of directors hns representntion from * local governments, environmental and tourism agencies in Dnvie nnd Row­ nn counties. Governments help support about hnlf of the park’s nnnual operating expenses nnd the rest nre rnised through donntions and events like the fish fry and the new “Grent Bullhole Duck Rnce.” Plnnning con­ tinues for n big push to com­ plete the 80-plus ncre nnture pnrk on the Davie side; Volunteers nre nlwnys needed to work on these events. They nre also en­ couraged to sign up to “wnlk the park,” greeting visitors, doing spot clenn up nnd to help on occasionni pnrk enhancement projects. For more information, call 284- 6040 or (704) 647-0302. Folks say the !‘Threa R’s" ¡and the B iillhole Gang fry,the best catfish around. Members of the Little Brook Band will be on hand again this year to provide some bluegrass music. Uuy any « t of (air new MICHEUH' brand panengof w light tmck tif« botwoon October 14 and Novembtr 15, JOtO, « ta il a rtdanplion Icm and 0« a >70 Prepaid MastHCard" Card via rnail ln rcbatt COME IN TODAY AND SEE HOW THE RIGHT TIRE CHANGES EVERYTHING, P h ilC a r A u to m o tiv e & T i r e 1 в Щ H w y . 6 0 1 S. •, M o c k sv iiie 751^18'QQ.. ; Davie CountY Transportation Drop-In Session CONTACT IN >0! MARC ALLRED; TEL 3 3 6 -7 6 1 -2 1 1 1 The Northwest Piedmont RPO is wnnling your opinion on Ihc new Draft Slate Transportation ImprovemenI Progrnm for Davie Coimly. We will hnve n list of the projects willi mnps nnd comment slieel for you. Plense let us know if you would like to see n projcci ndded or removed. A iisl of liiese projects can be found nl htlp.’/Avww.ncdol.gov/projccls. Tiien click on Davic County. Come in nnylime between 11— 1 on Oct. 26. DAVIE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CHAMBERS; OCT. 26,11 AM -1 PM Ш1есат Ц" ’ M Internet telephone Video Wiretess vwvw.ÿadtel.com Visit itne of our retail mtarem for Ca-ap Day Free refremhmentm Friday, October BS, BO IO ■ y.'':. 0 a.m. - B ^ »«krtonPUct$hoppir«Cn«fl9KooptfCii«*Otiyi AdvwiNCJW«iJwujwi JJ6461.WH . C r i t i c a l ... Continued From Page 1 they arrived at the hospital Mi­ chnel was yelling tliat he’d been shot and Tracey was yelling thnt she’d .shot him. Hartmnn snid thnt hospitnl personnel at Davie called EMS for assistance nnd once treatment hnd begun on Michnel he began yelling thnt he hndagiin. Harimn(i snid thnt n memr ber of EMS retrieved the gun nnd secured it, then cnlled law enforcement for nssislnnce, Mi­ chnel was transferred to Bnptist Medical Center in Winston- Salem for surgery, Hartmnn said thnt Tracey gave a statement to officers nnd admits thnt she shot Michnel, A .25 caliber handgun wns recov­ ered nt the emergency room, nnd investigntors recovered two bul­ let cnsings from the vnn, Tracey was charged with nssnuit with a dendly wenpon with intent to kill or inflict se­ rous injury and pinced in Dnvie Detention Center in lieu of a $25,000 secured bond, Michnel was listed in critical coiulition at noon on 'Hiesdny. D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - B l F i r e w o r k s Herndon Hits Watson With 99-Yard TD By Brian Pitls \ Davie Enterprise Record No one possibly could have been prepared for whnt Davie’s varsity footbnll tenm did at Reynolds Friday night. After weathering a turbulent non­ conference season, the War Engles pinyed like their lives were on the line and plastered Reynolds 34-0, Now the 0-3 stnrt nnd 2-4 record during non- conference piny seems like a distant memory. This is why conch Doug Illing lined up Alexnnder Centrnl, Pnge, West-Row- an, Rose, Thomasville nnd Snlisbury, one of the toughest nonconference lineups you could find. Dnvie, with two strnight wins nnd three wins in four games, improved to 34 by peaking at the perfect time - in the Centrnl Piedmont Conference opener, Reynolds, losing to Davie for the first time since '07, fell to 2-5. “We really executed well on both sides,” Illing snid. “We can cnll it crazy (for scheduling those nonconference teams). We were on the fence, and a bunch of them quit. This crew right here didn’t quit. They believed in What we were doing, and now they’re battle-tested. We’re seasoned and ready to play.” Ii wasn’t just the fnct thnt the Wnr Eagles won. It wns the WAY they won. No one tumed more heads than run­ ning bnck Stephon Smoot, The running gnme has been much maligned, but the sophomore came up with the game of his life, rushing 22 times for 123 yards as Davie generated 239 yards on the ground, or 126 more than it hnd man­ aged in a gnme, “In practice our defense whips our tail every time, but Reynolds wasn’t really anything compared to our de­ fense,” Smoot said, Smoot was averaging 39 yards per game, including an 18-cnrry, 30-yard effort in the previous game. Smoot’s running and Carson Herndon’s passing kept Reynolds’ defense off bhlance all night, “With the opponents we’ve been playing, it’s been tough sledding for him,” Illing said, “But our offensive line is playing a lot better. When you get the line making a push, it gives the running back a lot better vision. I’m going to tell you, that would be big if Smoot can play with that kind of effort. He’s as lough as a pine knot. He took a hit real awkwardly. I thought it blew his knee out. Daggone if he didn’t pop right bnck up.. He was determined not to go down on that fir?t hit like he’s been doing. I think (running back coach Todd Bumgamer) challenged him, and he accepted that challenge.” Hemdon and receiver Joe Wntson teamed up for a classic moment on the flnnl piny of the flrst quarter, A Reyn­ olds punt had pinned Davie at its 1, On first down Hemdon play-actioned and hit Watson on the left seam, Watson burned one-on-one coverage and went 99 yards - yes, 991 - for a 10-0 lead, “No. 1, our offensive line did a Please See Fireworks - Page B8 North Davie's Logan Guinn (72) gives chase as Cade Carney of Ellis racks up big yardage.- P h o to s by Ja m e s B arringer Carney Runs For 211 ; Scores 4 TDs The offensive stats - 211 rushing yards on 11 carries, n 65-yard kickoff return and four touchdowns in last week’s 36-13 rout of host North Davie - don’t come close to doing justice to Cade Camey’s impact on the Ellis foot­ ball tenm. He might be a bigger force as a linebacker on defense. The only thing thnt could stop Cnr- ney wns the bnck of the end zone, nnd Ellis remnined unbenten whh its first- ever win over the Wildcats. Eariier in the week, the Jaguars notched another first in a season full of firsts. They drilled host Thomnsville 32-14. Thomasville came in 3-0 against Ellis, outscoring Ellis 65-12, North outscored Ellis 97-32 while beating the Jaguars three straight years, but this is a new year and a different El­ lis. The Jaguars improved to 4-0 while posting the most points in a game; the record was 32. North's third straight loss dropped it to 2-3, North struck first, Austin Thomas ran over a defender and raced 30 yards to the end zone. North had a bad snap on the extra point, but Thomas picked it up and completed an impromptu pass to Dakota Ritchie for a 7-0 lead. ‘ North’s lend Insted all of 11 sec­ onds, Carney took the ensuing kickoff 65 yards, bursting up the middle un­ touched and cutting North’s lend to 7-6. It wns thnt kind of dny for North, North faced fourth down on its sec­ ond offensive series, Thomas got the hnndoff on the same play thnt went for 30 yards eariier. This time Will Myers brought him down for no gain. Four plays later, Carney was in the end zone, running 15 yards and barely getting touched. Parker Correll’s point- after kick gave Ellis a 14-7 lead, Thomns completed an 18-yard pass to Forrest Barber on a trick play, but North wound up facing a fourth-and-32 predicament, and Camey ripped off a 25-yard punt return. North was fortunate to get out of the half only down 14-7, ns the hnlf ended with Ellis at the North 1. Uhimately, the end of the hnlf hnrdly mattered for Ellis. On the second play of the second half, Carney swept around left end for 53 yards, stiff-arm­ ing defenders right and left. Ryan Heath finished the drive with a 3-yard plunge, and Correll’s kick made it 22-7. Please See Carney - Page Bll Defense Smothers Reynolds’ Gainey By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record j In Friday’s Central Piedmont Con-'~ ference opener at Reynolds, Davie’s:; electrifying offense - Carson Hemdon^ had TD throws of 99 yards to Joe Wat-jj son and 70 yards to Darius Wilson,'; nnd Stephon Smoot ran for 123 yards'; - overshadowed a tenacious defense;; that tumed Jake Gainey nnd Reynolds’,* offense inside-out. ; Oniney was Ihe ‘09 offensive playeri of the year in the CPC and is Mr. Ev-i erything for the Demons. But he was;,' absolutely no factor in Davie’s 34-0,’ tnke-'em-behind-the-woodshed beat-; ing, Gainey got injured and didn’t playj in the second hnlf, but the dnmnge had! been done. Reynolds was trailing 24-0 by that point. Gainey's first touch came on fourth-^ and-2 at midfield with the game score-| less. He took a direct snap in the wildcat' formntion. He started one way. There’ was nothing there, so he reversed fields and went the other way. Nothing there^ either, AJ. Blaskievich was among ai host of War Eagles who stuffed Onineyj forn 10-ynrd loss, ) The tone was set. "Coach (Devore) Holman and those guys had them scouted up," Davie; coach Doug Illing said, “We had to know where (Gainey) was at all times, and no question everybody on that de-, fense knew where he was, I credit Joe Watson because he was Jake Gainey all week in practice on the scout team.” Reynolds running bnck Kevin Mc- Moore knew exactly how Gainey felt; The first time he touched the ball he lost 5 yards because Anthony Ressa and Jared Barber were all over him. Jared sacked Matthews on the next play. ' The whole game was a highlight reel for Barber, the future West Virginia Mountaineer. He had 14 tackles, 11 solo, tackles, four tnckles for losses and a sack as Davic limited Reynolds to 33 ■ rushing yards and 137 total yards. The. Demons barely managed more first' downs (11) than punts (seven). While the defense recorded the first shutout in 20 games, dating to a 27-0 decision over North Forsyth in ‘08, the; Davie offense piled up 448 yards. If Jared is not at or right at 100' percent after missing two games ear-! lier in the season, then he’s going to be borderiine illegal when he ii at full; strength. “I’ll tell you whnt. I’m glnd Jared’s ■ ■ on our team because he was all over the field,” Illing said. “He outquicked everybody. Gosh, what a tough kid to; block. He had a great, great game. I. think a lot of frustration hns been in there from not being able to play for; such a long time.” Please See Smothers - Page B8 Worth Noting... Carson Herndon threw 99- and 70-yard TDs to Joe Watson and Darius Wilson, respectively, as Davie varsity football thrashed Reyn­ olds 34-0. Stephon Smoot added 123 rushing ynrds. Jared Barber mnde 14 tackles, including four for losses. Clara MacDonell had three stellar matches for Davie varsity vol­ leyball. “She’s just been on fire,” Becky Miller said, “She’s a coach’s dream.” Caleb Martin went 10 of 14 for 190 passing yards, throwing two TDs to Cameron Heaggans, who had five catches for 136 yards, as Da­ vie JV football trashed Reynolds 42-18. Hunter Aref, Russell Anthony and Devon Parks combined for 212 yards on 26 carries. Cameron Peebles had a sack for a snfety, and Corvonn Peebles had an INT. Kate Bennett and Laura Kinder cemented a 5-4 Davie tennis win over Reagan with a 9-8 win in doubles. Dnvie JV volleyball went 3-0 last week. “Kendal Tifft’s defense is carrying us,” Diane Hillyer said. “Summer Smart has been good offensively and defensively. Allie Maine was all over the court.” The Ellis volleyball team is 6-0. “I have really been impressed with Laura Barney’s play,” Beth Hall-Love said. “Emmie Tkach and Payton Beaty’s serving has carried us in several gnmes, Allie Carter has been superb with her all-around piny.” Sarah Myers of N. Davie softball pitched a 5-inning 1 -hitter in a 4-2 win over Ellis. Myers had four hits in two games, including a 7-4 win over Ellis. Jenny Dodd had a two-run, go-ahead hit in the 4-2 game. Franco Lopez and Miguel Rodriguez scored goals as S. Davie soccer shocked undefeated Lexington 2-1. Cade Carney rushed for 211 yards on 11 carries, retumed a kickoff 65 yards and scored four TDs as Ellis football routed N, Davie,36-13, Parker Correll threw an 18-yard TD to George Mitchell. Jags Unbeaten In Volleyball^ The 2010 Ellis volleyball team has taken a page from 2008 and started 6-0, The Jaguars have already matched the win total from a 6-6 season in 2009 and is trying to achieve a second perfect season in three yenrs. The Jaguars started the season with four straight 2-0 wins, beating North Davie, South Davie, Thomasville nnd Lexington. They didn’t lose a game - much less a match - until the first game against North Davie in the second meeting. The score was 29-27 in North’s favor, Ellis stormed back 25-13, 15-11 to remain undefeated, and it has Julia Gratchcn, Emmie Tkach and Allié; Carter to thnnk, :: "This wns the first time we playedj from behind and were going lo have; to go three games," conch Beth HalU'l Love said, “My young Indies hnndled^ Please See Jags • Page BIQ b f Ellis' Laura Barney makes a pass while teammate Carly Howard looks on., i '-У ' / ‘4 :<4i / I V . ' i- i / \ ; ;*i r ■I 1 « B2 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Oct. 14,2010 North Davie’s Myers Dominates Against Ellis The North Davie softball team swept a doiiblehender from visiting Ellis last week to defeat the Jaguars for the fourth straight time in two years. Sarah Myers pitched a one- hitter in the first game, a 4-2 . decision, Ellis’ lone hit wns a fourth-inning triple by Faith Peterson. By contrast, North put up seven hits, including two by the do-it-all Myers. Jenny Dodd, Ashton Parrish, Elizabeth Heaf­ ner, Jeannie Mullies and Lindsey Custer ndded one each. Ellis led 1-0 when it retired the first two batters in the third. But the top of the lineup gave North the lead with a two-out rally. After Myers singled, Kayla Peak walked. Dodd drove home both with a single. North ndded insurance in the fourth. Heafner and Mullies had singles and scored on Custer’s two-run hit. That made it 4-1. “It was a good game all the way till the end,” North coach Jamie Lyerly said. “(Ellis coach Shannon Wood’s) got a scrappy little team. And she’s got a lot of young ones. They played good defense. They cnme to play. We had to play hard to beat them.” The Wildcats had nn easier time in the second game, jump­ ing ahead 5-0 in the first two in­ nings nnd winning 7-4, North’s fourth straight win made it 6-4. Ellis’ fourth straight loss dropped it to 2-6, Parrish (three innings) and Myers (two innings) combined on a three-hitter. The blazing Myers had two of North’s six hits. Peak, Dodd, Parrish and Sarah Foitescue had one each, . Later in the week, North’s winning streak evaporated when it ran into powerhouse North Davidson, The Wildcats lost 7-2 and 8-3. • South picked up its first wins, hammering Thomasville at home 10-0 and 17-2. South Soccer Pulls Upset Win Over Lexington Hillyer South Davie’s soccer team pulled out a win it will surely remember for a long time. South rallied past undefeated Lex­ ington 2-1 at home, turning the tables on an opponent that defeated South 4-1 in the first meeting. And it was no fluke. “W6 were controllitig the game (in the first half, which Lexington led 1-0) and had many shots on goal. But none went in,” coach Louise Diemer said. “The boys focussed at half- time and went out and demanded victory. It was a great game. Our boys outplayed Lexington.” The first hero was Franco Lo­ pez, who tied Ihe match at l-l. “He hod a much-angled shot from the right end line, and the keeper let the ball go by thinking it was going out,” Diemer saidi “But then it crept in the gonl.” The second hero was Miguel Rodriguez, who wns tripped in the box nnd nwnrded n pen- nlty kick. He cnpilnlized, giving South the 2-1 mnrgin. Sweeper Eddie Rodriguez, gonlie Kurt Durncr nnd center midfielder Leo Perez played key roles in Ihe memornble win thnt lifted South to 5-1-1. ' “Eddie snved n Lexington shot with n diving hender,” she said. “Kurt made great saves. Leo had grent field sense nnd wns able to redirect the bnll back to the forwards multiple times.” The Tigers had a letdown Inter in Ihe week, tying Ellis 2-2 - quite a performnnce by the host Jnguars, who lost to South 4-1 earlier but never trailed in this one, “It was a well-fought game,” Diemer snid. Ellis scored first, “We were plnying sloppy nnd needed to pick it up,” Diemer snid. South tied it on n Mnrio Mnrtinez-to-Miguel Rodriguez connection, “Martinez had a beautiful cross to Rodriguez,” she said, Ellis regained a 2-1 lead, but South snlvnged the tie on n gonl by Justhln Servellon, He wns nssisted by M, Rodriguez. South Football Loses In Final Minute Of Game While Lexington was cel­ ebrating n pulsnting win, South Davie’s football tenm wns left to think about one that was in its grasp but gof away. Lexington scored with 16 seconds left to break n lie and beat South 26-18 here last week. Soulh had a two-game winning streak before slipping to 2-2. The way South lost is what made Ihis one sling. Wilh Ihe score 18-18, Lexington assumed possession wilh jusl 38 seconds left. On a third-and-6 play from the South 15, South had every chance in Ihe world lo stop Lexington’s running bnck. But he just wouldn’t go down, “We hit him three times in the backfield," coach Perry Long said. “Then he broke nwny nround the end nnd ended up scoring. I thought we had Ihem.” Il was a game full of excite­ ment. South scored first on an II-yard run by Qunmeak Lewis. Lexington got a break when South fumbled deep in its territory. Lexington took advantage, tying Ihe game al 6. Cameron Colemon’s 3-yord nin gave Soulh a 12-6 lead, but Lexington answered for a tie at 12. Trey Redmond’s 18-yard pass lo Caleb Dyer set up Cole­ man’s secondTD, nn 8-yard run, as Soulh took an 18-12 lead. Lexington cnme bnck again lo tie it al 18. Then, wilh time running oul and potential over­ time looming, Lexington’s tack­ le-breaking ball carrier caught lightning in a bottle. But not every loss is a bad loss. The Tigers gave everything Ihey had. “It was a real good game,” Long said. “The kids worked hard. It was one of Ihose lhat could have gone either way. The lost two yeors we beat Ihem (38- 14 and 38-0). Hey, they came to play. We came to play. The clock just got us at the end. If we’d hnd time, we could have run it down there and scorcd.” Running behind Cole Allen, Travis McDaniel, Josh McCrary, Dalton Trawitz and Kameron Spillman, Coleman rushed 14 times for 96 yards, Redmond contributed nicely wilh 58 pass­ ing yards and 53 rushing yards. Dyer had 43 receiving yards. "I fell like we did the right things to win,” he said. "Some­ times things happen.” Notes: This marked Long’s first loss against a team other thnn North Davidson. He'was 15-0 against everybody else in three years. North Volleyball Searching For Consistency North Davie’s inconsistent volleyball tenm is 6-5, marking the most losses in nine years and matching the number of defeats Ihe Wildcats had in 2008-09 combined. ' The good news from the past two weeks: The Wildcats beat Mooresville twice in a doubW- header, then followed wilh wins over Forbush and Soulh Davie. The bad news: They lost the next three matches, once to Ellis and twice lo Thomasville. The 25-21, 25-13 win over Forbush gave conch Trish King reason lo be excited. ‘They crushed us lnst yenr nnd gave us our only loss for Ihe season,’’ she snid. “The match went just as I expected with bolh teams serving hard, hitting hard aiid blocking at the net. I watched my team do all those things we had been working on, and for some reason this match everything seemed to click. We played incredible.” Lexy Benge and McKayla Bohannon were outstanding. “Our net play was Ihe best il hns been wilh Benge gelling more than five blocks nnd Bo­ hannon getting some ns well while double blocking wilh Benge,” King said. Brinnnn Locklenr nnd Terra Stanley were equally potent, “Bohannon and Locklenr did great jobs at the selling position as we were nble to get a lot of hits off good sets,” she said. "Stanley kept us in the game wilh several saves and seemed lo alwnys be in the right plnce nt the right lime. The chemistry wns perfect. I couldn’t hnve asked for Ihe girls lo play bet­ ter.” Later in the day, the Wildcats pulled oul a 2-1 win over South Davie, “McKenzie Folk served nnd played well, os did Abby Kerr, Mnknyla Hartness and Loken Hunt,” she sold. "I wos thrilled to see everyone get playing time,” The Wildcats continued their strong play ngninst Ellis, win­ ning the first set 29-27, But they could do nothing right the rest of the match, losing 13-25 ond 11- 15: Their four-match winning strenk ended in Ihe second loss of the season lo unbeaten Ellis, "I’m not really sure what happened, bul it wns as if Ihe lights had been turned out and we were playing in the dark,” she said, “Ellis played well. Their serves were difficult to retum. We lost focus nnd were intimidated by the hnrd serves of Ellis’ players. Great job lo Ellis. They nre hord to bear.” The nosedive continued against Thomosville, losing 2-0 and 2-1 in a doubleheader, "We did exactly tho same thing,” she snid, "Lack of focus, nol working as a leam and lack of communication cnused us lo lose both matches. This hns been n very inconsistent senson,” Varsity Rams Cruise Again In Youth Football • The vnrsity Mocksville esi victim was Willinm R, Dnvie Rnms nren’t just winning, they in a 30-6 blowout, are crushing everybody. The lat- Chris Reynolds rushed four E ver g e t lo s t lo o k in g for a yard s a le ? W o u l d y o u l i k e t o s e e / g o t o s a l e s o u t s i d e y o u r a r e a b u t d o n ’t k n o w h o w t o g e t t h e r e ? We've made it simple. We can put your yard/garage sale on an Interactive online niiap that shows turn-by-turn directions to your home, church or business! Increase your traffic, increase your sales! If you love to go to yard sales - increase your shopping area without getting iosti See all the great sales in your area and surrounding areasi Ori Friday and Saturdays - whenever there's a yard sale, go to the link below to see the sales and get directions I , http://www.markotplacemlner.com/oarage8ale8/ Want your naxt yard sale nn the map? Affordably priced for 1-week or 2-week sales. C a l l U S t o d a y f o r d e t a i l s ! 1-877-751-2120 limes for 84 yards nnd a touch­ down, Cooper Wall mshed two times for 47 yards and a TD, The Rnms also got 35 yards on six carries from Brendon Steele, 33 yords on two carries from LJ. Doulin and a 1-yard TD on a sneak by Dawson Daniels, Wnll had one of the biggest highlights, a TD on a 70-yard kickoff return. Reynolds ran in two conversions. Another conversion was good on a pass from Hnll lo Justin Crolts. Chnse Johnson starred on defense with a fumble recov­ ery, nn interception and four tackles. Among Ihe top Incklers for Mocksville were Tn’Snun Mnrtin (four), Rnkim Clinton (three), Devin Mnrtin (three), Jnlen Brown (two), Kyree Dnvis (two), Steele (two) nnd Jnlen Redmond (two), • The vnrsity Shndy Grove Red rnced post Pinebrook 26- 8. USSSA Tryouts To Be Nov. 7 Tryouts for n USSSA basket­ ball lenm will be held Nov. 7 nl Dnvie High nt 4:30 p.m. The nges nre 9-12. For more infor­ mation, contact Tracey Amold nt 336-477-4300. U K I’U I .S K M V H \ 1. Julia Howard \ ( ' U tm sv 7*J!h i Piease contact me in; MOCKSVILLE! (336) 751-8567 RALEIGH: (919) Pinebrook scored in the third quarter on a 19-yard pass from Lane Bolmer to Tristón Bran­ non. Then Bolmer completed a two-point pass to Avery Vin- ing. Defensively, Vining had 11 tackles, Cnleb Johnson nine nnd Harrison Huff and George Cuthrell eight ench. Chase Sul­ livan hnd seven. Pinebrook’s Angell Perez had three carries for 64 yards. Jacon Watson and Amari Quick had good games, according to' coach Tim Dunn. 16 W. Jones Street, Rm1f06 Raleigh, NC 27601-1096 Email: lullah@iKleg.net Pmd roK orJuuA Howm> Upcom ing Gam es Wednesday, Oct, 13 Davie tennis in CPC Tournament at Soulh Dnvie nt 4. North Dnvie volleybnll nt home vs. Summit at 4:30. South Davie footbnll nl home vs. Thomasville al 4:30. South Davie volleybnll al home vs. Thomasville,4:30. Ellis football at home vs. Lexington at 4:30. Ellis volleyball al Lexington al 4:30. Thursday, Oct. 14 Dnvie JV footbnll nl WesI Forsylh at 6. Davie tennis in CPC Toumament al Soulh Dnvie. Dnvie JV volleyball nt North Davidson at 5. Davie varsity volleyball nt North Davidson at 6:30. Davie JV soccer at home vs. West Forsyth al 5:30, Davie varsity soccer at home vs. WesI Forsyth al 7. North Davie soccer nl Summit nt 4:30. South Dnvie soccer nt home vs. Thomasvillfc at 4:30. Ellis soccer at Lexington al 4:30. Ellis softball at home vs. South Davidson at 4, Friday, Oct. 15 Davie varsity football nl home vs. West Forsyth nt 7:30. South Dnvie soccer at Summit at 4:30, Saturday, Oct. 16 Davie cross country in CPC meet at W. Forsylh. Monday, Oct. 18 Davie vorsity volleybnll in CPC Tournnment. Davie JV soccer at Mt. Tabor nt 5:30. Dnvie varsity soccer nt Mt. Tnbor nl 7. Dnvie girls golf in CPC Tournament. l\iesday, Oct. 19 Davie varsity volleyball in CPC Toumament. Middle school soccer toumament at Ellis. North Dnvie softball nt home vs. CentrnI Davidson at 4, Soulh Davie softball at home vs, lyro at 4. Ellis softball at Brown at 4. Wednesday, Oct. 20 Davie.varsity volleybnll in CPC Toumament. North Davie football at Thomasville at 4:30. Middle school soccer tournament at Ellis. South Dnvie footbnll nt Ellis nt 4:30. Middle school volleyball toumament nt| Ellis, " , r ■ Tifft, JVS steal One From Tabor Thanks to nn improbable comeback againsi Mt, Tabor, the Davie JV volleyball leam went 3-0 InsI week. The War Eagles defeated visiting Pnrklnnd 2-1, host Ml, Tnbor 2-1 nnd visiting Reynolds 2-0 to mnrk Ihe third time this senson Ihey hnve reeled off at lenst three strnight wins, Pnrklnnd wns n nonconfer­ ence mntch.The run lifted Davie to 14-6 overall and 5-3 in the Central Piedmont Conference. "The whole leam contrib­ uted,” an elated coach Diane Hillyer said. ‘The entire bench played. It was a greal week for us.” Kendal Tifft, Rachel Ruble, Anne-Marie Harvey, Summer Smart and Allie Maine all drew praise from Hillyer. “Tiffi’s defense is carrying us,” she said. “Ruble’s middle hitting has definitely produced points for us, and Harvey’s hilling. Smart has been good for us offensively and defen­ sively. Maine was all over the court. She does a good job of keeping the enei;gy up. It’s not just one player taking care of business.” The War Eagles had to huff and puff to overcome Tabor. With Tabor leading 18-8 in the decisive third game, the situation looked grim for Da­ vie. Undaunted, the War Eagles charged back for a 25-23 win. Tifft’s serving wns huge. Sum­ mer Scardino completed the comeback by serving Ihe last Iwo points. "Tifft probably served six points lo bring us out of lhat hole," she said, "We’ve done thal a lot this year. We don’t roll over. We fight out every point.” Davie Golf Still In 2nd It doesn’t look like Reynolds is going lo be easy to fend off, but Davie's golf team remained in second place last week. Ren­ gnn hns a commanding lead in first. In a meet at Pine Brook, Ihe War Eagles^ went 4-1 against the Cenlral Piedmont Conference for the third lime in as many tries. Reagan was first at 121 and Davie was next al 125. Davie’s Gabby Chaloupkova was the No. 2 individual with an even-par 36, three behind Mt. Tabor’s Kristi Ingram. Davie’s Caitlyn Brake lied for eighth at 43. Later in the week at Salem Qlen, Davie finished below second for the first time in the CPC. Reynolds’ 9-over 116 led the way. Reagan had 119 and Davie 121. Brake led the War Eagles with a 3-over 38, good for fifth. The pace was set by Reynolds’ Erica Cllnard, who fired a 32. Chaloupkova was sixlh Wilh ,a 39. Davie’s Carmen Grubb was ninth at 44. Sierra Foster Wins Tennis Tournament In Reidsville Sierra Foster of Mocks­ ville won the USTA, U.S. Tennis Association, tourna­ ment in Reidsville recently. The 2010 TAR Clnssic was held Oct. 8-9. She com­ peted in the Girls lO-year- old division as a 9 yenr old. She was victorious in her semi-final match by 6-1,7-5 and she defeated her finals match opponent by a score of 6-2,6-0, Sierra has competed in numerous lournnments throughout the state this past stunmer and is ranked in the top 30. She hns also compel- ed in the Girls 12 division against older and larger op­ ponents. Sierra is a fourth grade student at Mocksville El­ ementary and is the daughter of Allen nnd Marjorie Foster. She is coached locally by USPTA Professional Barry Kennedy nnd has been play- Sierra Foster Is ranked In the top 30 tennis players in fetinis for the past two her age group In North Carolina.years. W a r E a g l e s G o i n g P i n k F r i d a y N i g h t October is breast cnncer nwnreness monfli,and Davie hns teamed up wilh Iheir footbnll ri- vnl this week, West Forsyth, to do ‘Think Pink.''Cheerlenders nnd footbnll plnyers from both teams nre involved. Ail Ihe money collected dur­ ing the 50/50 rnffie is being do­ nated lo breast cancer research, and anyone wearing pink will have n chance to gel a discount for a local businesses. The game will start at 7:30 p.m. at Wnr Engle stndium. D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - B 3 H o s p i t a l G o l f T o u r n a m e n t I s O c t . 2 3 The fifth annual Dnvie Coun­ ty Hospital Golf Tournament will be Oct. 23 at Pudding Ridge, whh lunch at noon and a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. This Is a foiir-mnn cnptain’s choice,and the cost is $250 per tenm. Call Craig Allison at 998-4409 or email nt cnlli.son@yndtel.net. Go Lions .Kristy Hite, a junior elementary education ma­ jor, has been selected for the, 2010-2011 Mars Hill College Cheerieading Squad. Hite Is the daughter of Maureen and Jim Gildein and Keith Hite and cheered for DavIe County High School and Bishop McGuiness Catholic High School. Mars Hill Cheer­ leaders are coached by Amy Miller. 'ST' ÍH )< \ ...... Riding the course is a lot more fun when you don't have to. ■ If knee pain and decreased range of motion are keeping you from doing the things you love, you should see an orthopaedrc specialist. At Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, our experienced physicians and advanced technology mean less invasive procedures, less pain and shorter recovery times. Call 888-716-WAKE today for a free iriformation kit and to make an appointment to see a Wake Forest Baptist orthopaedic specialist. 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ROWAN POINTE APARTMENTS _ 2l CIMARRON STEAKHOUSE ' • _ 22. LINDSAY & GARDNER _ 23. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD_ 24. PERK-A-LATTE _ Tic BrcnlwrPredict Ihe lolal scare in the rollowing game. In cnses of ties, the tiebreaker will be used lo dclcmiln« the winners. Total PointsTie Breal(er Davie vs. West Forsytii Scored. NAME:_______________________ ADDRESS: DAY PHONE:.. NIGHT:. ^ Entries IVIust Be Received Before 5 pm Friday j I $ Ì Í B 6 . D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 I ■".< t Jamal Lackey clocks a Reynolds ball carrier. Cody Martin (22) blocks tor running back Russell Anthony during a lopsided win over Reynolds. Tim Devericks talks to linebacker Cody Hampton. . Cameron Heaggans makes one of Iiis five catches for 136 yards. At right, Carson Bishop (10) and Curtis Banner (20) defend the pass. D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - B 7 Defensive back Caleb iVlathis makes the tackle. At right, a Demon defender pulls on the Jersey of Russell Anthony - Photos by James Barringer Heaggans Burns Reynolds With 136 Receiving ! Russell Anthony pass protects for quarterback Caleb IVIartin. At right, the cheerleaders perform a stunt.Photos by James Barringer “ ( , By Brian Pitts Dnvie Enterprise Record Davie’s JV footbnll tenm is piling up lopsided wins. Last week the War Eagles whupped up on visiting Reynolds 42-18, the third blowout by 20 or more points in four games. This was the Central Pied­ mont Conference opener, and Davie’s fifth straight win pushed it to 5-1 overnll. It posted the most points in 29 games, dating to a 42-36 win over Mt. Tabor in 2007. Dnvie led 23-6 at the half nnd immediately extended the margin in the third quarter. "We’re getting better every week,” coach Todd Bumgnmer said. “We’re a much better tenm thnn when we stnrtcd the senson.” All fncets of the offense were terrific. « Caleb Martin completed 10 of 14 passes for 190 yards and two touchdowns. He enjoyed season highs in completions and yards. “He threw a couple balls thnt were renlly impressive,” Bumgnmer snid. “We called a 10-yard oul to make sure we got it out of bounds. He threw it right on the (receiver’s) break from the opposite hash and com­ pleted it (for 12 ynrds to Lognn Hendricks).Thnt was a big-time throw. That let me know he’s got the arm strength to really be a good one. One of his best throws was a ball that was dropped. It should have been a touchdown. He did a better job of not drifting nround nnd not throwing off his back foot.” •, R eceiver C nm eron Henggnns hns been good nil year, bul nothing he had done compared to this gnme - five ^ catches for 136 yards, includ­ ing two scores. He hnd nn ab­ surd 27.2 average. Seth Dunn had two catches. Cody Martin and Hendricks had one each. “Heaggans is a classic example of a kid that just goes out nnd plays," Bumgarner said. “He doesn’t say a word. I haven’t henrd him sny hardly anything in two years.” • And then there was the running game. Hunter Aref hnd modest numbers in recent weeks,but he showed ngnin thnt he’s pretty dnm good, rushing for 88 ynrds on 15 carries. Rus­ sell Anthony added 68 yards on a mere seven cnrries. Devon Parks ran for 56 yards in just four tries. Bumgnmer could pick his stniler out of n hnt nnd feel good about it. “I’ve said it before, we’ve got a lot of ex­ plosiveness at running back,” he snid. “I feel confident with nny one of them. Russell’s initial burst througii the hole is renlly good.' Hunter has good moves and nms it hard. I feel confident that I can put Devon in there and get the same thing. So mnning back is not n' problem.” The defense didn’t disnp- point. Cameron Peebles got a sack in the end zone, resulting in a safety. Corvonn Peebles got an interception. “We had a swarming de­ fense,” assistant coach Tim Devericks said. Reynolds’ offensive line hnd no answer for Jnmnl Lackey. Nothing new there. “Lnckey hnd nnother good game,” Devericks said. “He’s a quiet guy who always has a good game. They don’t double-team him, but I do notice they will run away from him ns they find out nbout him. We saw some­ thing on film after the game. He covered 15 yards in six steps. That burst is ridiculous. And he doesn’t say two words. He’s got his own motor inside that always runs, always competes.” Notes; The little things mat­ ter when coaches break down film. Hendricks understands there’s more to a receiver’s job than catching passes. “I cnn’t say enough about his blocking downfield,”,Bumgarner snid. “Every time the ball is snapped, he’s after somebody. I mean Lognn is after somebody from the snap to the whistle. 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As nice as the win over Reynolds was, the War Eagles will have to put it behind them quickly in preparation for Fri­ dny’s home gnme ngainst arch rival West Forsyth. Davie is 3-4 overnll nnd 1-0 in the CentrnI Piedmont Confer­ ence. It hns won two straight and three of four. West is 6-1 overall and 0-1 in the CPC. It suffered its flrst loss Fridny to North Dnvidson. This is n huge gnme. Dnvie doesn’t wnnt to drop to I-I with lengue fnvorite Mt. Tnbor com­ ing next. West cnn’t stand the thought of 0-2. “It’s always a great rivalry regardless of what the records nre,” Illing snid. “It’s going to be a grent game. We just need to play consistently. Hopefully we have the same effort in practice that we had Inst week." The backbone pf West is run­ ning back Bobby Clark, who has 864 yards on 132 carries, good for n 6.5 nvernge. But West also hns two big receivers, including the 6 ^ Ricky Brown. In other words, West’s of­ fense cnn strike nt nny time. “They move the bnll nround,” Illing snid. “They get it in (Clark’s) hnnds. They’ve got two grent receivers that make you defend them sideline to sideline because they’re going to throw the ball to No. 1 on the left side and to No. 3 on the right side. They’re both about 6-3, 6-4. You’ve got to defend the run first nnd stop (Clark) because he’s a game-breaker nt nny time. Then they’ve got two gnme- Fireworks... Continued From Page Bl job of blocking the blitz becnuse they were coming with eight of them,” Illing snid. "We executed it as a team,” Watson said. "Conch said you know what 1 like right here nnd he cniled it,” Herndon snid. “The plny-nction held their guys nnd Joe got in­ side of them.” Herndon, looking inci'eas- ingly sharp week after week, mnnnged the gnriie perfectly, completing 7 of 10 passes for 200 yards in the first hnlf alone. If thnt wnsn’t enough, he ran for ■ 72 ynrds on seven keepers, in­ cluding a season-best 37-ynrder. He hns committed (o Liberty on n bnsebnll scholnrship, but he could hnve n footbnll future on Snturdays if he wants to go that route. “He’s stnrting to come into his own, nnd I wouldn't be sur­ prised if people stnrt looking nt him (for football),” Illing said. Dnvie marched 77 ynrds in 11 plays to bump the margin to 17-0. Smoot was relentless on thé drive, gaining 60 of the yards on seven runs. He scorcd on a nifty I5-ynrd nm in which he made two spin moves. The offensive line of Trip McNeill, Blake Hess, Cole Blankenship, Smoot Rickey Bell and Jawnugn Ar­ nold cleared the way for Smoot and gave Herndon ample time to find receivers. "They did grent,renlly great,” Smoot said. “I can’t say anything bnd about them.” “Smoot hnd a great night,” Herndon said. "That helps so. much having n running gnme lo open up the passing game. Blnn­ kenship is sick and he pinyed his butt off all night. Everybody else pinyed so good.” The Hemdon-Darlus Wilson combination served ns the gas to the fire. Dnvie was nt its 30 on the final play of the first half. Herndon fired a laser deep over Herndon the middle that Wilson caught at the Reynolds 25 and took in for a 70-yard TD and 24-0 lead. It was a thing of beauty. “When 1 was running, me and Joe were crossing each other, and Joe was like: ‘Catch the ball,’” Wilson said. “When Carson started rolling out, the safeties pulled up. Carson put that on the money.” “Carson did a good job keep­ ing his eyes down the field, avoiding pressure nnd staying with the play,” Illing said. “And Darius did a good job of not giving up 9n the route. We stole one there.” Backup quarterback Adam Watson Smith added an exclamation mark with 68 seconds left, bolt­ ing 47 yards around left end for the fourth TD to go along with two Woody Porrish field goals. Smith went crazy on his fifth carry of the year. "We worked together the whole time,” Hess said of the o-line. “We got after them all night and didn't let up. (In the second half), we came out with the mentality that it was 0-0. We kept wearing them down. In the fourth quarter they gave up,” Davlc 10 14 3 7-34 Reynolds 0 0 0 0-0 First Qunrlcr P-Pnrrish 26 FO, 4:08. D - Wnlson 99 pnss from Mcrndon WHson (Pnrrish kick), 0:00. Sccond Qunrlcr D - Smoot 15 run (Pnrrish kick), 4:01. D - Wilson 70 pnss from Herndon (Pnrrish kick), 0:00.. Third Qunrlcr D-Pnrrish 26 FO, 2:16. Fourth Qunrter D - Smith 47 run (Pnrrish kick), 1:08. breakers out wide, too. They’re going to stretch our defense thin trying to slop the long ball and also defend thenm." Notes; West hns won the pnst 2 meetings for n 17-11 series edge. It won 37-20 in ‘08'nnd 13-7 in overtime Inst yenr. Dnvie quarterback Carson Herndon was limited to 58 passing yards by West in ‘09, while Clark was held to 4 yards on 10 rushes. TEAM STATISTICS ' D R FD 14 ,11 Rushing 40-239 29-33 Pnssing 209' . 104 C-A-I 8-12-0 9-23-2 Punts 3-31 7-33 F-L 5-2 l-l Pcnnltics 8-90 8-60 3rd conv. 4/11 2/11 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Dnvic RUSHINO - Smool 22-123, Herndon 7-72,Smith I -47,A. New- ninn 1-13,Bmnd 5-13, Wntson 2-2, tcam2-(-3l) PASSINO - Horndon 8-12- 0-209 RECBIVINO - Wntson 2-102, Wilson 2-81, Smoot 2-17, Holder 1-5,Bcmichnmp 1-4 Rcj'nolds RUSHING - Mntthcws 10-31, Jnmes 5-16, Booker 6-5, Booe 2-3, Smith l-(-l), McMoore 3-(-l), Oniney2-(-20) PASSINO - Mntthews 9-23- 2-104 RECEiyiNO - Booker 2-37, Jnmes 2-26, Tensdnii 2-17, Mc- Moorc l-ll, Hoskins 1-7, Oniney 1-6 Davie Football Statistics Record: 3-4,1-0 CPC at Alexander Central L10-7 ' Smothers... Continued From Page Bl When Vance Matthews went deep with Dnvie lending 10-0, Jawnvin James didn’t have n prnyer bf cntching it with Alex Newman nnd Kevin Crawford forming tight coverage. Now- mnn batted nwny three passes, ■and Crawford intercepted one, refusing lo go down while.pull- ing three guys a good 10 ynrds. Big Christian Peebles gol after it. On an Incomplete pnss, Peebles hit Mntthews first nnd Jnred ndded n hit. Jnred overran a handoff to James, but he was so quick he recovered and made the tnckle before James could manage more than 3 yards. Jordnn Fnrmer pulled down speedster Jonnthan Bookerwith a fine open-field stop from behind. A two-play sequence in the fourth summed up Davie’s defensive effort. Jacob Barber came on a jailbreak blitz and Peebles sacked Mntthews for n 13-ynrd loss. On the next play, Jared provided n jarring hit that will be replayed in the coaches office a hundred times. The instant that Jnmes cnught n screen pnss, he wns leveled by Jnred., “We’ve got the Bash Broth­ ers ^in there now,” Illing said. "Those two are starting to feed ^ S tro M s e H o M s e T a c k le & O u ta o o rs 2254 N. 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Thnt’s Jnred hnving n vision nnd knowing whnt’s going on.” “I snw the quarterback drop­ ping bnck, nnd the offensive linemen came forwnrd, so obvi­ ously it’s a screen,” Jated snid. “My tenmmates did a grent job as well putting pressure on the quarterback and making him throw it before he wanted to.” Reynolds’ first-year conch, Paul Hnll, wns exasijerated. “It seemed like they knew whnt we were trying to do, and Ihey were really fast to the ball,” Hnll told Ihe Winston-Snlem Journal. "They were aggressive, physical and really just pushed us nround all night. We just couldn’t get anything going.” Notes • The d-line of Andrew Bu­ chanan, Ressa and Peebles over­ whelmed Reynolds up front. "It was like going through wnter,” Illing snid. • Outside linebacker DeVonta Scott got the defense rolling on Reynolds’ first piny, It was a sweep to Bopker, and Scott grabbed him with one hnnd nnd ynnked him down for n 6-ynrd loss. “DeVontn's plnying with pnssion nnd henrt," Illing said. “You can tell it the wny he's ruti- ning nround nnd making plays. He’s playing with a whole lot of physicalness that we hadn’t seen.” • Herndon only needed seven gnmes lo become Ihe sixth dif­ ferent pnsser to reach 1,000 yards in Dnvie’s 55-yenr history. At 1,097 ynrds, he joined Gnr­ rett Benge, Znch Illing, Brnd Corriher, Drew Ridenhour nnd Tommy Ennes. • Stephon Smoot nnd the of­ fense rushed for 239 ynrds nfter fniling to post more than 113 through six gnmes. It wns the most rushing ynrds in 26 gnmes, dnting to 315 in n 38-20 win over Providence Dny in ‘08. • Woody Pnrrish had a big' night, going 4 for 4 on extra points nnd drilling’n pnir of 26- ynrd field gonls. • This was Dnvie’s Inrgest CPC win since n 62-7 pnsting at Reynolds in ‘06. • Receiver Dnrius Wilson hns nlwnys played in Watson’s shadow, but Illing wouldn’t trade him for anybody. He might be Dnvie’s most iinderrnted pinyer. “He’s hidden,” Illing snid. "Nobody worries about him. They worry about No, 6, and we put Darius on the other side so he’s capable of making thnt (70-ynrd TD on the final play of the first half). Not only does he do that, we line him up nt tight end and he’s blocking the Mike linebacker nnd he’s renching the defensive end. He’s probnbly one of our most vnlunble plnyers becnuse of the multiple positions he cnn piny. It’s just phenomennl,” at Page West Rowan Rose at Thomasville Salisbury at Reynolds RUSHING Smoot Herndon A. Newman Jac. Barber Davie Opponents PASSING Herntdon A. Newman Smith Davie Opponents PASS R EC Watson Wilson Smoot Beauchamp Neely J. Peebles Holder Davie Opponents Watsop Smoot Parrish Herndon. Wilson A. Newman Jac. Barber Smith Davie Opponents D EFEN SE Jar. Barber Farnner Ressa Peebles Scott Jac. Barber Buchanan A. 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Newman, Smith Wilson FUM BLE RECOVERIES Jac, Barber, Bell, Herndon, Hurt, S. Newman, Peebles, Ressa, Spillman, Hess '' Kicking Parrish PUNTING S. Newman PAT FG Lg 20-29 30-39 40-49 10-12 3-4 42 2-2 0-1 M Att Avg, Long In 20 32 37.3 '55 4 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Tliursday, Oct. 14,2010 - B9 Kinder Provides Sparlc Forüavie Tennis i r ii. Mi! ^ By Brian Pitts Dnvie Enlerpt^ise Record After Dnvie’s tennis tenm wrnpped up n thiulling 5-4 win nt Reagan, you could see it in coach Snndrn Boyette’s eyes nnd henr it in her voice; The elation. The relief. The pride. Dnvie hnd nil but locked up third plnce in the CentrnI Pied­ mont Conference, the clincher coming inter in the week ngainst Inst-plnce North Dnvidson. “It wns n grent win,” Boyette snid. "I think we’re doing good for n young tenm and with all those tenms hnving ringers nt N o.l.” While Rengnn slipped to 8-5 overnll nnd 3-5 in the CPC, the Wnr Engles improved to 5-3 in the CPC, Reagan'hnsn’t beaten Dnvie in eight tries. In the first meeting with Rengnn, Caroline Cozart went three nnd a hnlf hours wilh her opponent before pulling out n , win. This lime No. 2 seed Coznrt wns in no mood to trnde blows. She was brilliant in a 6-0, 6-0 victory. "Her ground strokes were Cozart grent,” Boyette snid. "She hnd n lot of volleys at the net. 1 mean she was just everywhere. She wns mnking every shot. She hnd very few unforced errors.” Knte Bennett nnd Nndin Gregory pickcd tip convincing wins nt Nos. 4-5, respectively. It was a super-sized win by Bennett. “Bennett was working re­ ally hnrd and was keeping the bail in play,” she snid. "The girl wns gelling frustrated. (The Reagan girl) hits it renlly had. Bennett She’s one of the hardest hitlers on that team and can be n little intimidnting. But Knte hnndled it very well. She never ncted like she wns worried or upset. The next thing I know she’s won the mntch (6-4,6-2). Siie had n good hend gnme the whole time.” One of the stnrs of the dny turned out to be nn unexpected one - freshmnn Laurn Kinder. Not only did she pick up her flrst high-school win at the perfect time (6-3, 6-2 at No. 6), she tenmed up wilh Bennett for n Kinder henrt-pounding, match-sealing 9-8 win nt No. 3 doubles. Simply put, Kinder’s dny provided one of the defining moments of the senson. And just think - Kinder wasn’t even in the starting lineup until a few weeks ago. “1 always felt confldent that we were deep,”. Boyette said. “She was nctually No. 8 the week thnt we had one to quit. She doesn’t show nerves. She’s not an emotionnl girl, so you don't know where she is some- linies, how .she's feeling about things,” When the Kinder-Bennett doubles mntch wns tied nt 8 and the tiebreaker wns under way, “you would have never known it. Kinder was cool as n Cucum­ ber,” Boyette snid. “You’d hnve never known it wns her second or third time plnying in n high- school mntch. I told them to let them mnke the mistnkes nnd play conservative if you need to. But Kinder was going for the winners and had very few unforced errors.” , And Bennett? “She pinyed her typicnl stendy gnme,” she snid. “It wns n huge win.” Davie’s 8-1 loss to visiting Tabor was hardly a surprise. Tnbor is the league’s co-leader nlong with Reynolds. Gregoiy got the lone win with n 7-5,7-6 decision. Dnvie (9-5,6-4 CPC) locked up third for the second strnlght yenr whh a 6-3 home win over winless North Dnvidson. Whnt’s more, Dnvie locked up a 12th straight winning record, the last flve under Boyette, who is 57-23 overnll nnd 28-18 in the CPC. Third is no- smnll fent for n lenm that doesn’t have a single senior in the starting lineup. “We’ve got third in a real tough conference,” Boyette said. “1 feel good about it.” The winners vvere Allie Bill­ ings, Cozart, Ashley Dowell, Bennett nnd Gregory in singles and Billings-Coznrt in doubles. Notes; Boyette unloaded the bench against 0-16 North Dn­ vidson. She hns 18 plnyers nnd used her 17th different doubles combinntion. “I played some other girls thnt hndn’t gotten in,” she snid. “One of my goals every yenr is to get everybody in, nnd 1 didn’t think I wns going to be able to do it just because of oUr numbers.” ... Boyette feels bad for her No. 1 pinyer Billings, who faces brutal competition week after week. “They sny (Reagan’s top seed) is not even going to play at Rengnn next yenr becnuse she’s watiling to piny in college,” Boyette snid. “Thnt’s the level thnt she has to piny ngainst. Allie renlly hnd n good second set.” MacDonell Starts During 2-1 Stretch By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Rocord Davie’s varsity volleyball team played three matches last week, and junior CInrn MncDo- nell supplied three entries into her pcrsonni highlight reel. “CInrn had her a week,” coach Becky Miller said nfter Dnvie won two of three, sand­ wiching wins over Parklnnd nnd Reynolds nround n loss to Mt. Tnbor. Dnvie shut out Parklnnd nnd •Reynolds 3-0 in a pnir of home matches. Dnvie lost 3-0 lo first- plnce Tnbor, Pnrkland wns n nonconference match. The 2-1 week left Dnvie nt 14-8 overall nnd 3-5 in the Central Piedmont Conference.- MacDonell wns superb in nil three mntches. She had 14 kills, eight digs and two aces ngainst Parkland; lOkillsagainslTabor; nnd 10 kills, eight digs, fournces and an excellent pnssing per- centnge ngainst Reynolds. She hnd the 10 kills ngainst Reynolds even without plnying front row in Ihc second set. “She’s just been on fire nil week,” Miller snid. “She’s smart about what she does with the ball. She stnys behind the ball and gets off the net. When you get farther off the net, you cnn figure out n wny to get nround a block. She hns a pretty jump serve. She gets in the nir. It’s as if she is hitting from thb back row, and It’s hnrd to pick it up. She’s solid all the wny nround. If she mnkes a mistake, she wnnts to know, but yet she doesn’t let it get her down. She’s n conch’s ' drenm.” Brittnni Stewnrt (11 kills) nnd Kristina Parrish (14 nssists, 10 digs, 7 kills) complemented MacDonell iji the Pnrkland win. ‘ Dnvie hnd little to cheer nbout nt Tnbor, which improved lo 19-2 overnll nnd 6-0 in Ihe CPC. Then Dnvie hnd n get- well win over Reynolds, which lost to Dnvie for Ihe 13th time in a row, "We played, really well,” she said. Chelsea Young (6 kills, 2 blocks), Leslie Fulton (4 kills, 2 aces), Stewart (7 digs, 4 kills), KelseyTifft (7 digs,3kills),Par­ rish (II nssists, 8 digs, 2 aces) nnd Kayla Cornatzer (14 assists, 8 digs) shared the load. Miller was especially pleased with Young. “Young hns been doing well,” she snid. “She is effective from Ihe middle. She doesn’t hnve a big block, but she’s smart about what she does with the ball. When she gels opportunities, she finds a way to get the ball lo the floor.” Notes; The Reynolds mntch wns nbout more than volleyball. It wns Dig for the Cure dny ns Dnvie honored brenst cancer survivors. Davie also honored John Didenko, who recently died from cnncer. “John wns our big­ gest fan (when daughters Van­ essa and Grace Didenko played for Davie),” Miller said. MacDonell Young X C T u n e s U p F o r C P C M e e t e r s S k l a Davie's boys cross country tenm was missing key guys and placed 17th out of 18 schools in a meet at Beeson Park in Kernersville. “It wnsn’t n meet thnt we were too concerned wilh how we placed,” coach Daric Beiter said. “We used this meet for the athletes , to have a chnnce to preview the course for the regionni meet.” This wns the finnl tuneup for the Central Piedmont Conference championships. , Four guys did run their best times of the senson; Dnvis Mossman nt 17;52,' Knrch Arey nt 18:02, Michnel Mebel nt 18:12 nnd Jnson Johnson nt 25:30. “(That) means they nre penking nt the absolute right time,” Beiter snid, Johnny Znrbock led the wny for Dnvie once ngnin, finishing 55th out of 131 runners with n time of 17:49. He lisis been Davie's lop runner in five of his seven meets. Mossman was second for Dnvie nnd 58th overnll nt 17:52. Arey (67th at 18:02), Jacob Whitaker (73rd, 18:14), Johnson (84th, 18:35), Wilson Rowe (102nd, 18:44) and Jimmy Miller (109th, 18:55) rounded out Dnvie's top seven. “Arey came so close to running under 18,” he said, “He always seems to hnve n strong finish. We cnn count on him out-sprinting one or two in Ihe final stretch every meet.” In Ihe freshmnn-sophomore rnce, Mebel plnced eighth out of 158 runners with n time of 18:12. “His time would hnve placed him as our fourth varsity ninner if he were in the snme race,” Beiter snid. “Michnel hns continued to impress us in the meets he competes in.” Arey The Davie girls were 10th out of 20 schools. Just like the boys, the girls were triissing some key people. Annn McBride wns 20th out of 133 runners nt 20:04. Blnkely Gnnit wns 34th nl 20:37. “Wilh two of our three pnck runners out, it wns n great chance to see whnt Gnntt could do without Kaitlyn Hutchins and Holly Thompson mnning with her,” Belter said. “Whnt we found out is thnt she can be just as strong when she links up wilh runners from other teams.” Amy Steller (66th, 21:55), Shelby Wenthermnn (77th, 22:12), Allie Slabach (88th, 22:27) and Chelsea Whitaker .(106th, 23:07) rounded out the top six. Maigie ' Leszczuk rnn n personal-best 30:50, benting her previous best by 20 seconds. Habitat for Humanity of Davlc County R e s t o r e Did you Know...? The Restore has OiKount Priées on Furniture, Books, Appliances, filastware, Household Items, •gilding SupptIêÊ, Lighting, Hardware 4 More Wê alM aeee|>t doflotloni of the above nwntioned Itemi. Call for more Information or to Khedule a plek-up. Now under new management with new hours of openrtloni 9am to 5pm Tuesday through Saturday 1035 yadkinville Road, Mocksville 3 3 6 -7 5 3 -1 4 3 8 e-mall restore@davlehobitot, org follow us on FaceBook at Restore Habitat for Humonlty - t>avle County Proceeds from the Restore help to build decent, affordable housing right here in bavie County • ' V v ^ r .i. B I O ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d n y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 Carly Howard of Ellis makes a pass, while Payton Beaty lool<s on from the bacl< row. At right, middle Asiah Peterson attacks the ball for South Davle, Jags... Continued From Piigc Bl it beautifully. They were cnlin in the second game, hnd gotten tiic jitters out nnd plnyed like 1 knew they could, Grntchen cnme off the bcnch nnd plnyed itn excel­ lent bnck row.Tknch nnd Cnrter hnd some grent digs nnd saves (in gnme three).” In the next mntch ngninst South Dnvie, the Jngunrs rolled in typical, two-set fnshion. Hnll-Love snid Lnurn Barney, 'I'knch, 1‘ayton Benly nnd Cnrtcr hnve mnde importnnt impacts. "1 have renlly been impressed with Bnrney’s play. She hns stepped up nt setter,” she snid. “Tknch. and Benty’s serving hns carried us in severnl gnmes. Cnrter hns been superb with her nll-nround piny.” Notes: The Jngunrs nre look­ ing to mntch whnt the ‘08 tenm did, going 16-0. ... Hall-Love is 40-9 in four years. ... The, 20-girl roster includes Carly' Hownrd, Afton Tillman, Vic­ toria McNeill, Brcnnnn Parker, Jaclene Kinyoun, Erin Weather­ man, Morgnn Sessoms, Emily Ruble, Mndison Stnkely, Allie Cunninghnm, Caitlyn Peebles, Aubrinnnn Peebles, Pntterson Jones, Claire Devernux nnd Hnnnnh Dove. There nre eight eighth grnders nnd 12 seventh graders. “We had 40 try out,” Hnll-Love snid. “We hnd n, lot thnt showed potentini, so we , decided to keep 20 to give tliem n chance to improve on their skills nnd to keep them involved in extrncurricular activities.” Reyanne Wilkie makes a pass, with Jessica Randolph looking on. Emmie Tkach passes the ball from the front row. - Photos by James Barringer Setter Reyanne Wilkie of South tries to tip the ball over the net. j.aura Barney controls the ball for Ellis, alongside team m ate Carly Howard. At right, Ellis coaches Beth Hall-Love and Robin Seam on offer Instructions DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Oct. 14,2010 - B ll The visiting fans from Ellis celebrate a Jaguar touchdown during Ellis’ 36-13 win. Carney... Continued From Page Bl The Wildcats were hnnging by n thread, but they responded with n nice drive. But on fourth- nnd-l from the Ellis 9, Thomns wns stopped for no gain. Dillon Plowman mnde the tnckle. North tried in vain lo get bnck in the gnme. On a foiirth- nnd-3 piny from the Ellis 7, Thomns looked lo pass, tucked it and took off. He lowered the boom on a Jngunr and pickcd up 5 ynrds. Thomns hit Jordan McDnniel with n 2-ynrd TD pass, with McDaniel making a spectnculnr cntch by diving nnd reeling it in with one hnnd. But to sum up North’s day, the score wns tempered by whnt hnppened next. The kick was blocked, leaving the score 22- 13, or two scorcs down. Carney put North away on the very next piny, rumbling 53 ynrds over left tnckle. Brett Hughes’ kick mnde it 30-13. For good measure, Correll threw an 18-yard TD to George Mitchell with 50 seconds left. Notes: Cuyler Devine is a grent complement to Cnrney. The fullbnck hnd 29 ynrds on five cnrries. ... Correll hnd one of Ellis’ biggest hits, knocking Thomas bnck for a 2-ynrd loss. ... Thomns led North with 58 yards.on 18 cnrries. His stats were hurt by a 10-yard loss on a pnss play thnt wound up being a fumble.... Bnrber rnn hnrd for North, gaining 49 ynrds on 14 cnrries. ... Cnrney, n seventh grader, touched the bnll three times in the first quarter. The results; 65-ynrd kickoff retum, 15-ynrdrunnnd 15-ynrdTDrun. His fourth touch went 51 yards to the end zone, but it wns nul­ lified by a nng. Keion Joyce (20) breaks up a pass to Jordan Earle. iii« I h ' 1 1 ; ;! { Cade Carney tries to turn the corner on North star Austin Thomas. At right, Carney is gone on a 53-yard touchdown scamper. Austin Thomas breaks free, with Avery Williford helping as a blocker. At right, Ellis’ Ryan Heath attempts to break a shoestring tackle by Thomas Jacob Keaton of Ellis reaches for North bail carrier Jordan McDaniel. At right, Forrest Barber finds room to run for North ■ Photos by Jam es Barringer B 1 2 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d n y , O c t . 1 4 ^ 2 0 1 0 D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 ■ C l I ? r 'ri',■T V '* - '.* - > - •.--f-. л . .............................. ;. 1 , i i i i I í C 2 ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 B o w d e n - W o o l d r í d g e C o u p l e U n i t e d I n M a r r i a g e Alyse Anne Bowden of Mocksville and Dnvid Marks Wooldridge of Advance were united in marriage at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9 at First United Methodist Church in Mocksville. The Rev. Joe Col­ lins officiated. The bride is the daughter ' of Jeff and Beth Bowden. Her maternal grandparents are Reba Holt of Cooleemee and the late Alton Holt. Her paternal grand­ parents are Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Bowden Jr. of Mocksvilje. A 2004 graduate of Davie High School, she earned a bach­ elor’s degree from Appalachian State University in 2008. While at ASU she was a member of Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society and the Delta Zeta So­ rority. She is employed with the Davie County School Sys­ tem in the business education department at Davic High. She is the varsity Lady War Engle softball coach. The groom is the son of Darrell and Nancy Wooldridge of Lake Norman. His maternal grandparents are Jeanne No- akes of Advance and the late William Daniel Noakes. His paternal grandparents are Joyce Wooldridge of Sutherlond, Va. and the late Harold Edward Wooldridge. A 2002 graduate of Davie High School, he earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2006. While at Carolina he was a member of the Tarheel football team as their punter. He is employed with Nationwide Insurance as a property claims adjuster. The bride was escorted by her father and given in mar­ riage by her parents. She wore a slim A-line formal gown with a sweetheart nccklino. The short satin bodice was asymmetri­ cally pleated with a rhiriestone and beaded embellishment at the waist. The body of the gown was Alencon lace. There was English netting with Alen­ con lace appliques gathered be­ low the waistline in the back to form a chapel length train. Her veil was a double layer of illu­ sion. She carried a Bible that was a gift from her patentai great­ grandmother Caudell to her. mother that she carried in her wedding. She also wore an opal necklace that her mother wore on her wedding day. The matrons of honor were the bride’s sister, Ashley Bowden of Mocksville, and Me­ lissa Chaffin, the groom’s sister of Advance. Maid of honor was Hayley Oliver of Huntersville, the bride’s college roommate. The bridesmaids were Jordan Johnson of Stokesdale, Madi­ son Junker and Dawn Singleton of Mocksville, Stacy Schaubert of Charlotte and Lily Tallent of Cherryville, all friends of the bride. Honorary bridesmaids were Amanda Oarman of Atlanta, Ga., Jessica Lagle of Cool­ eemee, Martha McOarity of Winston-Salem and Amanda- Morgan of Wallburg, all friends of the bride. The groom chose his brother, Chris Wooldridge of Raleigh, as his best man. Serving as groomsmen were Taylor Gill of Braselton, Ga., Jon Noakes of Winston-Salem, Philip Noakes of Richmond, Va., all cousins of the groom, and Patrick Low­ ery of Mocksville, Jeff Reed, Greg Warren of Pittsburgh, Pa., friends of the groom. Honorary groomsmen were Seth Correll of Mocksville, John Derkits of Palatine, III,, Justin Goode of Advance and Michael Murphy of Richmond, Va., all friends of the groom. Flower girl was Addison Chaffin, niece of the groom of Advance. Ring bearers were Adam Szewczyk of Mocksville, nephew of the bride and Noah Chaffin of Advance, nephew of the groom. The guest register was at­ tended by Brittani Stewart of Mocksville, family friend and thè program attendants were Alexis and Dain Irvy of Colum­ bia, Md., the groom’s cousins. The wedding director was Pam Buie. Music was per­ formed by Anita Long, organ­ ist, and soloists Hayley Oliver, Amanda Garman, Lily Tall- ent and Meg Hale, the bride’s cousin. Reader was Cnrrie Wooldridge, .sister-in-law of the groom. Following the ceremony, the bride’s parents hosted a reception at Triple J Farm in Mocksville. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tribble welcomed guests to the reception. Entertainment was provided by DJ Kevin Kerr of Advance. After a honeymoon trip to Antigua, the couple will reside in Mocksville. Special Events • An engagement party was hosted by the,bride’s parents at their home on .Saturday, June 26. The wedding party, family and close friends attended. • A bridal shower was given at Bit Shotz Tavern in Winston- Salem Aug. 15 hosted by Jessi­ ca Lagle and Martha McGarity. • A bridal shower was given Aug. 22 by Cathy Kofke, Deb­ bie Rowell and Suzie Phelan at the Rowell home in Onk Val­ ley. • A lingerie shower was given on Sept. 11 by the brides­ maids while attending the bach- elorette weekend at the Bowden House in Cherry Grove, S.C. • A bridesmnid luncheon was given by the bride’s aunt, Glenna Bowling on Sept. 18, in the garden room at the Wrenn House in Salisbury. The bride chose this time to give her gifts to the bridal party. A f r i c a n - A m e r i c a n H i s t o r y Earl Ijames To Speak At Oct 20 Symposium Earl Ijames, African-Ameri- can historian, will be the key­ note spenker for the African- American Community History Symposium on Wednesday, .Oct. 20 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the Davie County Public Li­ brary, Mocksville. Ijames is a curator and archi­ vist at the N .0. Museum of His­ tory in Raleigh. He will provide a lecture and slide presentation detailing the history of African- Americans in North Carolina. . He received the 2001 Jeffer­ son Davis Award for his histori­ cal resenrch. Ijnmes hns been guest lecturer for Duke Univer­ sity Center for Documentary Studies, N.C. Military History Society, and the Department of Public History at North Caro- lina Centrnl University. He wns filmed by PBS with Dr. Henry Louis Gntes in Con­ cord for the film, "Looking for Lincoln” nnd WUNC-TV Blnck Issues Forum “Behind the Ve­ neer”, Thomas Day, Master Craftsman. Ijames served as host panel­ ist for the 2009 African-Amer­ ican Genealogy and History Forum and the National Genea­ logical Society Conference. He earned his bachelor’s de­ gree in history and minor in Af­ rican-American Studies from N.C, Stale University, This event is free, no ad­ vance registration is required, nnd seating is limited. For fur­ ther information contact Avis Smith at (910) 890-2535,Earl Ijames will speak at the Davie library on Oct. 20. S h a n e H u m p h r e y P a r t i c i p a t i n g I n ‘S p i r i t O f A m e r i c a ’ Army Pfc. Shane A. Hum­ phrey is one of more than 300 soldiers who will participate in the "Spirit of Americn 2010" as the Army celebrates its 235th birthday. The show is one of the Ar­ my's largest community out­ reach events presented by the U,S, Army Military District of Washington, D,C, The event celebrates the spirit, strength, and history of the nation with Spirit of America. Performers pny tribute to the selfless ser­ vice, resilience, sncrifices and triumphs of the American Sol­ dier. ( p offgst ^ SALONS 336-778-2282 Я A I O HS Г ' 1 1 $6.99 I Haircut I Not valid n llh oth irip tcU b I I__________Eip. ЮДУЮ j 1479 Lewisville Clemmons Rd. 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Ele­ ments of the Old Guard include the Fife and Drum Corps, the Caisson Platoon, the Com- mander-in-Chiefs Guard, the Continental Color Guard and the U.S, Army Drill Team, Humphrey, a drill team catcher, is assigned to the 4th Battalion, 3rd Infantry Regi­ ment, Fort Myer, Ariington, Va. He has served in the mili­ tary for one year. He is the son of Louis E. Humphrey of Bowles Road, Mocksville, and Janice M. Hol­ land of Idlewood Court, Win­ ston Salem. The private is a 2009 gradu­ ate of West Forsyth High School, Clemmons. # • FORK^PTlst^CHURCH(Hwy 64E 1/4 miles west of 801) , 1 Shell Station for Lease Clemmons, NC Three bay auto service facility with a convenience store located at 2397 Lewisville Clemmons Road at 1-40. A qualified Dealer applicant must have automotive maintenance and repair knowledge, be financially responsible, have previous retail marketing experience and the desire to control own destiny by being self employed, Investment in automotive repair equipment, store fixtures and inventory is required. Contact: Danny Brown, Quality Oil Co. (336) 722-3441 Mrs. David Marks Wooldridge • A bridal shower was given by Torri Trexler and Ashley Bowden on Sept. 19 at the Ber­ muda Run Hampton Inn Con­ ference Room. •A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s parents on Friday night, Oct. 8 at Ber­ muda Run Country Club. The dinner was attended by the wedding party, as well as close friends nnd family. The groom chose this time to give gifts to his party. Extension Agent and Master Gardener director Col­ leen Church with i\/largaret Jo Brock at the Davle County Retired School Personnel meeting on Oct. 7. R e t i r e d S c h o o l G r o u p L e a r n s A b o u t M a s t e r G a r d e n e r R r o g r a m H e r e I Davie County Retired School Personnel met on Thursday, Oct. 7 at noon nt Bermuda Run Country Club. President Barbara Owens presided; Carolyn Beaver gave the inspiration and grace; and Mike Hendrix played the piano during lunch. There were several visitors at the meeting: Tara Lowery, Dub Potts, Jane Beaver, Karen Kirkpatrick, Jackie Williams, Linda Bradford, and Peter Gal­ lo. Our seven new members are Alyce Bagshaw, Linda Dorsett, June Johnson, Dub Potts, Peter Gallo, Tara Lowery and Jean Markland. Margaret Jo Brock intro­ duced Colleen Church, the NC Cooperative Extension agent for Davie County and who heads up the Dnvie County Master Gardener's program. She talked about how one be­ comes a Master Gardener, the requirements, and the things thnt they do, such as beautifica­ tion projects around the county, social and community activi­ ties, the spring plant sale, and their Junior Master Gardfcner program. After lunch committee chairs presented their reports, and Mike Hendrix did the hu­ mor for the day. Alice Barnette reminded members that the flu clinic will be held at Centrnl Davie on Wednesdny, Nov. 10. The next meeting will be on Nov. 4 after which there will be a meeting of the executive committee. A N IM A L H O S P I T A L I H I AS I l) \ \ 11 O c t o b e r C u s t o m e r A p p r e c i a t i o n 5 OFF V M eU ness E x a m Dr. Emily Roberson Dr. Deanna Lindsey Dr. Julie Williamson M -F 7 :3 0 -C * S at 8-12 5162 U .S . H w y 158 • A dva n ce 940-3442 Full Service Veterinary Hospital Dogs * Cats * Rabbits • Ferrets * Pocket Pets р я ш г ш а D A V I E , C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - C 3 S o o / c / e i Offers Wisdom From Retired Teachers It was a labor of love span­ ning two years; however, late this spring members of the Davie County Unit of Retired School Personnel produced Voices of Experience, a heri­ tage booklet of Dovie County educators. The booklet features color pictures of retired educntors nnd includes their educntionni backgrounds, years of service, positions held and locations where Ihey served. The advice that they would like to share with today’s educators was also included. The booklet was the brain­ child of Dr, Robert Landry, superintendent of Davie Coun­ ty Schools, Landry came up through the ranks of the Da­ vie school system as a teacher, principnl and now superinten­ dent, Ho mentioned his vision of a heritage booklet to a mem­ ber of RSP, He stated that the foundation thnt was laid by the retirees of this coimty hns mnde the Davie County School sys­ tem what it is today, RSP members liked the iden and a committee was formed. Members of the committee were Carolyn Beaver, Jeanne Foster, Lois Rose, Betty Grif­ fith nnd Linda Barnette, A form was created and distributed to RSP members. According to Carolyn Bea-‘ ver, the hardest part was try­ ing to identify and get forms to retirees who were difficult to locate. The committee used past yearbooks and information from programs of end of year retiree banquets-to help iden­ tify past retirees. An article and form was also put in the local paper to help find Ihese educa- tors. Getting Ihe forms turned in wns a problem for the commit­ tee, “Like students, teachers were slow in turning in their homework,” stated Beaver,,Af- ter the forms were turned in. Emma Alcesc Hare cel­ ebrated her flrst birthday on Sept. 29,2010 at her home In Yadkinviiie. She Is the daugh­ ter of Joey and Julia Hare und little sister to Cortiand Phillips. She is the grand­ daughter of Donna and Jerry Hare of Mocksviiie and Car- oii and Janet Llneberry of East Bend. Her great-grand­ mothers are Aieese Jakovec of Mocksville and Virginia Finney of Yadkinviiie. Emma had a party at her home on Wednesday with family, then another party in the park for extended family and friends. S u d o k u 1 2 3 4 3 5 6 7 8 8 1 4 2 7 '6 3 8 2 9 9 3 4 8 5 7 8 4 3 Solution On Page C9 Ryland Zachary Willard celebrated his 3rd birthday on Sept. 9 with his Heavenly Father and elder brother, Je­ sus, In heaven. The heavenly choir sang especially for him; relatives and friends who are already in heaven Joined In the celebration and everyone really had a wonderful time, Ryland’s earthly parents, Blaine and Danielle Willard; his baby sister, Mckenzie; his grandparents Dallas and Linda Willard and Lols De- Mars; along with aunts, un­ cles, cousins and friends all remembered Ryland’s special day here on earth by releas­ ing balloons at his graveside. Ryland would like to invite you to join him for a future birthday celebration. The invitation has already been sent by his Heavenly Father and ali costs have been paid- In-full by his elder brother, Jesus, But, instead of bring­ ing a gift you will be the one to receive the most wonderful gift ever given, eternal life in heaven. All you have to do Ls to accept the fact that you are a sinner; ask God to forgive you of your sins and save you in Ihe name of Jesus Christ, His Son, and you arc guaran­ teed a place atRyiand’s future parties. Your invitation will also include the gala event of all eternity, Ihe Marriage Supper of Ihe Lamb. Please don’t delay, make your res­ ervation today because you are not guaranteed to have a tomorrow, if you need more information please call: 336- 751-2859 or 336-492-7522. Ryland will be very disnp- poinled if you don’t come to one of his parties, so please make your reservation now. C r o s s w o r d P u z z l e Small Ammo XCROSS 1 . Regular or high- test 4 . Chicago Bears founder G e orge 9. Fa t eschew er of rhyme 14 . Gardner o f film 15 . Novelist Jong 16 . U se a pattern' 1 7 . C o p's w eapon 19. Put on the radio 20. Dow n In the dum ps 2 1 . Hypnotic state 23. "Bullitt" director Peter 25. O ld Scratch 28. Atlantic City gam e 30. Coastal region 3 1. P ln c e -_ glasses 34. Cily near Tahoe 36. Eighteen-w heeler 3 7. Y O U _ H E R E 38. Sm oke y, w hen he w as rescued 42 . M odern-day trial evidence 43. Roll-on nam e 44. P r o __(free. In legalese) . 45. Actor's w orkplace 46 . Diffuses, as through a membrane 5 1. Rude dude 53. Scavenge, in a w a y 55. Playwright Capek 59. Disco light 60 . Le e cakes 6 1. Curriculum__ (r6sum 6) 63. Fine performance 6 7. Upturned, as a box 68. Iroquois tribesmen 69. Commotion 70 . Merchandise 1 2 3 14 ■ 17 ie 20 23 Am*ric4n PtoWe Hometown Content 7 1 . 'T h e Inferno" author 7 2 . Th e Beaties' "And I L o v e _ " DOWN 1. H ayes of old w estern s 2. W alled city of Spain 3. Port-__cheese 4. "You therel" 5. Rainbow shape 6. Dogpatoh diminutive 7 . Less than right? B. Buffalo hockey team 9. Ballad part 10. Does som e comparison shopping 1 1 . Unique individuals Answers On Page C9 12 . Aviation hero 13 . M ack o f old T V 18 . VIchyssolse veggie 22. Tankard filler 24. Belgrade resident 25. _ fide 26. City northeast of Venice 2 7 . Sired, biblically 29. Fom ierly nam ed 3 1. W ealthy one 32. W ipe clean 33. Revered Buddhist 35. Celestial body 39. Baseball's "Georgia Peach" 40 . Big-selling card game 4 1 . Th row th e__at (punish severely) 4 7 , Fuel rating 48 , Reduces to confetti 49 , Environm entalist’s p re fix, 50, Blubbered ' 52, Coarse file 54, Stiller's riiate 56, Big Indian 5 7 , W ear dow n 58, Cabinet department 6 1, "I do," e ,g , 62, PIg-poke connection 64. Diarist AnaTs 65. Com prehend • 66. Pu t to work Jeanne Foster took as many pic­ tures as possible of the retirees. Betty Griffith then typed the information and got the pages copy ready for printing. Printing was done by Davie High School students in Char­ lie Wilkins’ graphic arts class­ es, They printed, laminated the backs, and bound the complet­ ed booklet. Copies of the book­ let will be placed in each school media center and the public li­ brary in Mocksville, Copies of the booklet are on sale for $10 a copy to RSP members, former students and nnyone interested in preserving the legacy of teachers in the Davie County School System. "We are so proud of Voices of Experience,” stated Beflver, "It was a lot of work, but it was well worth the effort. If we do not preserve the legacy of these former educators now, Iheir faces and voices will be lost forever. These folks represent many years of experience and they have affected the lives of many citizens in our commu­ nity.” Davie RSP hopes other units will follow. "It is well worth the effort,” ndded Beaver. M i c h a e i B u r t o n F i n i s h e s C a d e t T r a i n i n g A t V T Michael Burton of Advance, majoring in general engineer­ ing in Ihe College of Engineer­ ing, has finished the new cadet training week wilh the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets.' The first year cadet experi­ ence at Virginia Tech is unlike the experience of most first year college sludents. The corps first year starts in August with new cadet week held the week prior to the start of clnsses. During new cadet week, incoming stu­ dents undergo a series of chal­ lenges lhal build character and leadership .skills. For these incoming sludents, Ihe academic year is broken into three phases: red, white, and blue. Red phase opens wilh the start of new cadet week and goes until October, New cadets are taught the basics of being active and successful members of the corps during this phase. Students fine tune their skill set during the while phase. Cadets begirt formal training as a leader in the blue phase. Sludenis are recognized ns completing their first yenr of trnining in April. M e e t L y n x Meet "Lynx", a solid gray (looks Ilka a Russian Blue) neutered cat, with golden eyes and an estimated birthdate of Aug. 7, 2009. He enjoys being held and purrs with contentment, Is up-to-date on shots,^ litter box trained and available for adoption through the Humane Society of Davie’s cat "Adopt-a-Thon" program which means that his $60 adoption fee has been paid by an anonymous spon­ sor. There Is a selection of other well behaved, social­ ized cats available for adop­ tion./Stop by the adoption center at 291 Eaton Road, In Mocksville fo see them all. Kittens are available for tho normal cat adoption fee of $60 which Includes spay/ neuter surgery, up-to-date shots and litter box training. All cats and dogs available for adoption can be seen at www.davlenchumane. org. The pet adoption pro­ cess requires approval of an adoption application. Furniture Mcittreâs Connection 1 5 0 0 N o r t h IV Ia in S t . 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New Drawora tor Cabinets Belt Sanders Nall Guns C-Clamps Hodge TtimmeiR Eiectnc Grinders. Acetylene Torch PLUS M UCH MOREI Salo la being conducted for Joyce Nomian.Tem^s'. Cast) or Good Ctieck. Evcryihing sold As Whor« ts. Aucttonoera are nol responsible tor any discrepancies or inaccuracies In advertising or for any deletions or additions. Not responsible for accidents. • Announcements sòie Day tako precedence over all other advertisen>ents. Food available. F o r m ore Inform ation, visit Tu ttleau ctlons.com . I ARCHIE MATTHEWS #1773 Easl Bond, NO (ЗЭв)2'14-19‘1^ Auclloneors: Mernbars oi the NC Auclionenrs Associalion Joy TuUlQ «6503 Kino, NC (336) 983-2329 « I 'i i' I Ì ! SI Of' il ■K I’ е-'.л? u .. чч:::и’;ч-Ь л ,^ 'H C 4 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . U , 2 0 1 0 Holy Cross Lutheran Is celebrating Its 50th year Sunday.Dr. Boyce Whitener, Pastor Conrad and Glenn Travis take part In the original groundbreaking. Holy Cross Lutheran Celebrating 50th Year On Sunday Holy Cross Luthernn Church will mark n milestone in Its history when it celebrates its 50th nnniversary Sundny, Oct. 17 with a special scrvice at 4 p.m. followed by dinner ht 5. All former and current members, friends nnd the community nre invited. “This is a celebration we have been planning for the lnst yenr. We hope thnt nil former members nnd their fnmiiies will be able to celebrate this event with us," snid Jane Anderson, president, Luthernn Church Women. Holy Cross’s first pnstor, the Rev. Boyce D. Whitener, will deliver the messnge. The history of Holy Cross, > at 1913 US 601 S., Mocksviiie, began to emerge in the spring of 1958.The Rev. Charles R. McCombs, pastor of Bethel Lutheran Church in Rowan County, was ministering to the congregant at St. Mntthews Lutheran Church in the Dnvie Academy nren when he renlizcd thnt a group of Lutherans living near Mocksville wns interested in establishing n mission here. As a result. Seminarian Boyce D. Whitener was nppointed as student pastor during the summer of 1959. , The first service was held on June 7, 1959, nt tlie Nntionni Guard Armory in Mocksville with 33 members present. As the summer progressed, the permanent church building site wns selected. The purchnse price of the lnnd wns $6,100 with the North Cnrolinn Synod providing nn additional $3,000. Beginning in the fnll of 1959 nnd continuing through the winter months, the group held services nt tiie nbnndoned Reformation (Cherry Hiil) Lutheran Church. Pastornl services were provided by students from the Lutliernn Seminnry nt Columbia, S.C. On June 1, i960, Whitener, now a fully ordained minister, cnme to Holy Cross as its mission developer. His official call to become the church’s minister was extended on Dec. 4, I960, and became effective on Jan. 1,1961. Holy Cross Luthernn Church wns officially adopted as the nnme during October of I960. On Nov, J3, 1960, nt 2 p.m. the congregntion was formally organized with 72 ndult members nnd 23 child members. Dr. F.L. Conrad, North Cnrolinn Synod President, rend the newly ndopted constitution and declared the congregntion formally orgnnized. Groundbreaking for the church building wns held June 25, 1961. The opening and consecration of the building was conducted on Jan. 21, 1962. The cost of the building was approximately $50,000. A 'lot for the parsoiinge was The Holy Cross sanctuary after a renovation. donated by Hubert Enton. The pnrsonnge wns constructed in 1963 nt n cost of $18,000. It WHS sold in 2007. The originni church building wns remodeled in 1997 at n cost of $75,000. A new roof. terrazzo tile llooring, and stone work in the sanctuary were just a few of the chnnges made in this mnjor renovation. The church begnn its nssocintion with the Boy Scouts of Americn in the eariy 1970s by sponsoring Boy Scout Troop 525. Holy Cross is a member of the Evangelicnl Luthernn Church in America. The Rev., Susan Bame conducts regular Sunday services at 8:30 n.m. TIMES ARE TOUGH, but [have found a way to get groceries, gas, etc. FREE And you can too while earning a significant Income! Monday evening, October 18th, 7 P.M.- Davie County Library Auditorium To reserve your seat call 336-492-6043 Coats For Kids Chicken Dinner Scheduled The Conts for Kids annual chicken dinner will be from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Snturdny, Oct. 23 nt St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Mocksville. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, the cost will be $8, or $6 with the donntion of a cont for n child. Conts should be in good condition, nnd will be distributed by A Storehouse for Jesus. Meals will include a hnlf n chicken, sinw, baked po- food drive for A Storehouse tato and roil. Snturdny, Oct. 16 nnd Sunday, The Knights will sponsor n Oct. 17 at tlie church. C o o l e e m e e C a n t a t a S e e k s S i n g e r s All singers age 13 and older are invited to Cooleemee Com­ munity Christmas Cantntn re- You are always welcome at First United Metliodist Church 310 North Main Street Historic Downtown Mocksviilc Contemporary Worship 8:45 a.m. Traditional Worship 10:55 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 9:50 a.m. www.firstumcniocksville.org Telephone: 751-2503 Free Bible Course “Getting To Know Jesus” is a FREE Home Bible Course to assist you in the study of your own Bible. You will ienrn at your own pace and in the privacy of your own home. All lessons nre handled by mail. Enroll today. hlaiMLMall To: Church of Christ 605 North Main Street Address Mocksviilc, NC 27028 nmcofc@yndtel.net ________Zlp_ liearsnls. A Christmas pnrty and hearsals will be weekly nnd the introduction to the cnntata, “It’s cantata will be presented on The Most Wonderful Time of Sundny, Dec. 12 nt 7 p.m. The Yenr" will be held Monday, For more informntion, cnli Oct. 18 nt 7 p.m. nt Cooleemee Pat nt 751-0211 or Sue at 284- United Metliodist Church. Re- 2351. C e n t e r M e t l i o d i s t H o m e c o m i n g S u n d a y Center United Methodist A covered dish lunch will Church will cclebrate home- follow the 11 a.m. worship ser- coniing on Sundny, Oct. 17 vice. Tlie church is at 1857 US witii the Rev. Don Routh ns 64 W., Mocksville. specini guest. A d v a n c e F a m ily a n d S p o rts M e d ic in e C e n te r^ P L L C NOW OPEN W e l c o m i n g N e w P a t i e n t s Walter A. Ezeigbo, M D P r a c tic in g F a m ily M e d ic in e w ith a S p e c ia lty in S p o rts M e d ic in e Graduate of Eastern Virginia Medical Schooi < Compioted his Residency In Family Medicine at Eastern Virginia Graduate Schooi of Medicine Completed a Fellowship In Spoils Medicine at Wal<e Forest University Graduate Schooi of Medicine Worked for V/ake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Community Physicians for the past 12 years • Big believer in lifestyle modification • Partnered with Somae Health to offer prescribed weight loss ' and wellness to his patients 169 Yadkin Valley Road Advance, NC 27006 phone; 336-940-2659 fax; 336-940-2658 e<it leos __¿ • Accef ling malor ¡ткпмсе, liicliirlliigMedlcare&МеЛсаШ • 1 7 Concrete Drhieways M a y N o t C o s t A s M u c h A s Y o u T h in k T h e A v e r a g e D r i v e w a y c a n b e p a v e d a t 4 ” ih ic l< w ith F i b e r g l a s s R e e n f o r c e d c o n c r e t e f o r a p p r o x i m a t e l y $2.25 per s q .ft. CALL FOR DETAILS! Shoaf Concrete Go. Mocksville, NC 336-751-1989 Mon-Fri 6:30am - 3:30pm D A V I E C O U N T V E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - C 5 While checking out the 702 culinary entries at the Di- Some of those who attended Society when the Rev. Neal “Eddie” Eller Jr. was there as a chljd pause for a xie Classic Fair, Pauline Thorne takes time to visit with reunion" picture. former neighbor Naomi Stroud Sloan of Ridge Road. County Line News By Shirley Thorne County Line Correspondent and footbaji games. The fail barbecue nnd chicken pie sup- color spectnculnr is beginning per. to peak nt certain elevations, in Hns the bnd economy got The sunny warm dnys hnve cnse you are counting, it's just .you searching for super deals been perfect for going to fnll two weeks nnd two dnys'til our nnd bargains? If so, tiien be festivnls, fnirs, homecomings, delicious County Line VFD fnll sure to grnb the bargnins nt tho After worship It was time to sample the buffet. yard snie from 7 n.m. - noon Snturday, Oct. 16, nt Cnlvnry Bnptist Churcii on Dnvie Acad­ emy Road about n mile or so from US 64 West. Doors open nt 7 a.m.; so get there early to get the best denis. Mnny items nre just n quarter, 50 cents, or a dollar. You may find that "searched-for" treasure for just pennies on the doiinr. Shopping at n yard sale is n great wny of going green and recycling. Proceeds wiil benefit mission projects. Pleasant View Baptist Church will celebrate "Pastor Appreciation Month" with a covered-dish dinner in honor of the Rev. Brnndon Gwaltney in the fellowship hall follow­ ing the 11 n.m. worship service Sunday, Oct. 17. Church mem­ bers invite others. There will be no Sunday evening worship service later that day. The Clarksbury Seniors will take a dny trip to the Whip- por\vill Acndemy in Ferguson, Society members and friends enjoy food and fellowship. Tuesdny, Oct. 19. Those pinn­ ning to go should be at the church no later than 8:45 a.m. The Kappa ECA will meet nt 7 p.m. Tuesdny, Oct. 19, nt the Dnvio Acadcmy Building on , Mr. Henry Rond. Sara Koontz will host the meeting. After a progrnm on fnmily life the group will enjoy refreshments ond fellowship. Members in­ vite others and always welcome new members. The Women on Mission of Socicty Baptist wiil meet nt 6 p.m. Thursdny, Oct. 21, in the fellowship hall. The meeting will begin with refreshments ond fellowship followed by a progrnm on internntional mis­ sion work and needs lend by Mary Jo Lewis. Julin Binck- welder will host the meeting. The women invite others in the community. Salem Uiiited Methodist Church will begin n multi-week "Andy Oriffith Show" Bible study at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21, in the fellowship hnll. Ev­ eryone is invited. Society Baptist hns chnnged the Sundny night progrnm. There is no Sundny night wor­ ship service. Instead there ore Bii^ic studies for children of nil nges plus nn ndult Bible study. All clnsses meet nt 6. The Youth of Clnrksbury United Methodist Church (6th- I2tli grnde) meet at 6 p.m. the sccond and third Wednesdnys of cach month in Ihe education building. They enjoy on eve­ ning of progroms, rccrention, refreshments ,ond fellowship ond invite other youth in the oreu. Upcoming commimity events include !i fundroiser dinner at New Hope Baptist Church for Jerry Campbell of Vnughn Mill Rond Snturday, Oct. 23; foil festival ot Salem 'United Methodist Church Saturday, Oct. 23; American Red Cross Blood Mobile Drive from 3 - 7:30 p.m. Mondny, Oct. 25 at Clnrksbury United Method­ ist Churcii; our County Line VFD fnll bnrbecue nnd chicken pie supper Snturdny, Oct. 30; "Trunk or Trent" sponsored by Clarksbury United Methodist Church from 6-8 p.ni. Sotur­ doy, Oct. 30, in the parking lot; V-Point Ruritan country hom and sausage breakfast from 6 -10 o.m. Snturdny, Nov. 6, ot the V-Point Building; home­ coming Sunday, Nov. 7, ot Col- vory Bnptist Church; Pampered Chef party Tuesdny, Nov. 9, ot Colvory Baptist Church; and wildlife banquet sponsored by Society Baptist, Church Sntur­ day, Nov. 13, in the fellowship hull. Our community sends get- well wishes to Brenda Boger . Swisher and Bnrline York. Brenda had back surgery lost week ond is recuperating ot home. Eorline twisted her ankle and sprained it and is required to rest. Lois S. Hnrris remnins nt Iredell Memorinl Hospitnl nnd Harold Campbell remains nt Forsyth Medicnl Center. Join us in prnyer for the Lord's divine healing and blessings upon Brendn, Eorline, Lois, Hnrold, and others hnving henlth problems. If you hove news or memo­ ries to shore, please call Shirley on 492-5115 or email sdllink® liomiaU.com. Pino News By Nora Lathiini Pino Correspondent The next breakfast nt Wesley Chnpel is Snturdny, Oct.l'6 from 6:3-10. Proceeds go to sponsor Clyde Murrny and Vemon Dull who nre going on the Flight of Honor on Oct. 30. Clyde nnd Vemon nre Worid Wnr II veter­ nns. Everyone is invited. Those needing specini prayers this week nre Mattie Ward and Betty West. Mnttie broke her leg lnst week. Betty hns had knee surgery recently but is improving daily. Gene Miller celebrated his 88"' birtiiday Suiidny. His fami­ ly treated him to lunch nt Clem­ mons Kitchen. The Fnrmington Red Hats monthly luncheon wns Tues­ dny, Aug, 31. Tib Hoots, Os­ tine West, Janice Hord, Rilla Gregg, Jo Cheek, Eva Enton, Rachel Brock nnd Norn Latham enjoyed lunch at Clemmons Kitchen. They always enjoy be­ ing together, talking nnd laugh­ ing. Gray and Phoebe Smith hosted a chicken stew nt their home in Clemmons Snturday night. Along with the delicious stew was almost any kind of dessert you nnyone could wnnt. After , the menl everyone was entertnined by C.J.’s iiouse bnnd. They played and sang for nbout 3 hours. Approximntely 65 guests attended. Those from this area were Nora Lathnm, Frnnk and Norma Hyder and Rick and Judy Wilson. Bob nnd Knthy Ellis spent tho weekend in Wilmington. Their son, Robert, got mnrried on Snturdny on Kure Bench. He mnrried Mnricel Anyn from the Phillipines. Otlier out-of- town guests nttending were his mother nnd stepfnther, Pnt nnd Kenny Marks, nnd his sister, Amy Knto nil of Jncksonvillc, Floridn, also, her sister, broth­ er-in-law and niece, Karen, Mark and Alexis Morley from Snn Antonio,Texns. i t fOak Grove United Methodist Church Pork Bar-B-Que & Chicken Pie Supper & Craft Sale Saturday, October 16th 5:00 pm until we run out Dine-In or Take-Out Fellowship Hall 1994 US Hwy, 158 Mocksville oooooooocoocooooooooo Annual Mocksviilc Lions Club ay FVuit Sale Oranges, Grapefruits, angerines & More! ndvK and until Call: Dale Brown House of Styles Barber Shop 3 3 6 - 7 5 1 - 3 8 6 4 I ел». F a ll F e s t i v a l O i^ b e r 2 3 ,2 0 1 0 • 3 -5 p in I Hayrlde • Crafts • Sanies • Cake Walk • Refreshweiits Moow Walk • Obstacle Course • PuMklwg Pooth No charge for admission or games P o o r M a n ’s S u p p e r 2 b B e n e f i t W o r l d H u n g e r O c to b e r 2 3 • 5-7 p .m . at tlie First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall Adults *S • Ciiildren *3 F i r s t B a p t i s t C h u r c h 3 9 0 N . M a in S t • M o c k s v ille (across fro m the D avie C o u n ty P u b lic L ih ra iy ) ''I I И C 6 ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 Descendants of Jacob Allen fill the Farmington Community Center at a reunion on Sept. 19. Farmineton News By Laura Mathis Fnrmington Correspondent The descendnnts of Jncob Allen met Sundny, Sept. 19 nt Farmington Community Cen­ ter. It hns bccome n yenrly trndition to meet on the third Sunday of September nl the community ccnter. Ench yenr they hnve h grent tum-out. This yenr, they hnd 138 members of the family who gathered for n wonderful covered dish dinner nnd fellow­ ship. A number of Ihe family’s oldest members who attended were: Evelyn Caudle Langford, 88; Willinm Lnshmit, 88; Rulh White Whitefield, 86; Ruth Lnshmit Baity, 85; John Cau­ dle, 84; Rose Tnylor Cnudle, 84; Luln Mne Gough Smith, 83; Jessie Rulh Allen Boger, 83; Joe White, 82; Mnrie Shel­ ton White, 81; Nancy Ander­ son Caudle, 81. Prizes were awarded to the member who traveled the furthest nnd it went to "Steve Binkley Sr." who trnveled 75 miles, the youngest member wns "Elln Alexus Sim­ mons", age 7 weeks, nnd Ihe oldest members were Evelyn Caudle Langford nnd William Lashmit, both 88. John Cnudle of Farmington hns grown .wvernl bnnann trees in his bnck ynrd paradise. He and his wife Rose enjoy gar­ dening nnd it shows. When you drive up to their bnck ynrd, you John Caudle stands beside his 18-foot banana tree (ieft) and explains how the flowers turn Into bananas (right). nre plensantly surprised by their beautiful yard. You will find more than just islnnd beds of shrubs nnd flowers. They' hnve put in a benutiful wnter fenture, rnised beds for vegelnblesi nnd with n renl eye for detail, you will find n little surprise nround every corner. This year, one of Mr. Cau­ dle's Bnnnna trees grew to be .nround 18 feet tnll. He showed me how some bananas grew on one of the trees. They form from a beautiful Inrge red flower bud. As the petnis fnll off of the flower, n clump of bananas form. It is quite benuti­ ful. Becnuse of the wenther in this nrea, the bananas usually do not grow to harvest size. Bven'though, the plants foliage makes a benutiful nddition to nny landscape. Mr.Cnudle grows the trees by plnhting rhizomes ench Spring nnd this yenr you could find close to 10 bnnnnn trees of dif­ ferent sizes, placed all nround the ynrd. They add n nice "trop­ ical" touch and go well wilh the other plants the Caudles have pinnted. What makes it all renlly nmnzing is lhat the Caudles are in their 80s. 1 think lhat while Mr. and Mrs. Cnudle were busy keeping their gnrdens henlthy, their garden was in turn, keep­ ing them healthy. Just Ihe way life was meant to be. The Tour ofFarminglon Bike Ride will be Saturdny, Oct. 16. Anyone interested in register­ ing Inst minute cnn cnil Gnrry Steele al 336-244-1080. The Farmington Ruritans will hnve its nnnuni Port-n-Pit Chicken Snle. The menu will consist of 1/2 chicken, baked beans, slaw, roll, and dessert for $8. Pick up will be between noon and 3 p.m. nt Ihe Farm­ ington Fire Department. On Oct. 21, Davie Senior Services will offer flu shots free, for the following insur­ ance. Shots are free for Ihe following insurnnce holders: Original Medicare Part B (not Medicare Advantage plans),' Advnntrn Freedom, Aetna (flu shot only - not pneumonia), Blue Cross Blue Shield, Huma­ na Gold Choice, and Pnrtners (flu shot only - not pneumonia). Bring your insurnnce card. If you do not hnve one of these insurnnces, the cost will be $30 for the flu shot & $50 for the pneumonia shot. Sheffield-Calahaln News By Janice Jordnn Sheffleld-Cnlnhnln Correspondent Snlurdny, Ocl, 16,Shcffield- Cftlahnln Volunteer Five De­ pnrtment will present its Sec­ ond Annunl Womnnless Benuty Pngennt nl the stntion nl 435 Dyson Road. Il begins wilh nn opiionni supper of chicken slew, chili benns, nnd other nccompn- nlmenls, which combined wilh the show is $ 10 per person. The cost of n ticket for just the show is $5 per person. Come enrly for the besl seats. Serving of the menl begins nt 5i30 with Ihe entertninment stnrting nl 7. II will be nn evening of comedy ns eight contestnnts try to con­ vince Ihe judges who should be the next Miss Sheffield-Cnln- haln VFD. Profits will be used to help pny expenses for the nn­ nuni Children’s Christmns Pnrly in December. Rnffie tickets nre being sold by Sheffield-Cnln- hnln’s firefighters nnd nuxiiinry members wilh proceeds lo ben­ efit the nnnuni pnrty. The rnffle winner will receive n Reming- ton Model 11-87 Sportsmnn Cnmo 12-gnuge nutomnlic shotgun wilh n 28 inch vent rib barrel, a 3 inch chamber, and in Ihe Mossy Oak New Break Up finish. The drawing will tnke plnce Dec. 5 during the pnrty, but the winner does nol have lo be present. The shotgun will remain in Ihe possession of a local gun shop where the win­ ning ticket holder cnn make ar­ rangements to claim the prize. Raffle tickets will be sold for $leachorl2for$10,Forolher questions, contact Brandi Drye at 462-1416, Sheffield-Calahaln firefight­ ers will continue lo slay busy wilh projects as they plnn lo cook Boston Bull pork ronsts forThanksgiving, Still only $20 ench, you should order by Nov, 15 at the Intest, nnd quantities nre limited. They will be rendy for pick up on Nov, 24 between 4 nnd 6 p,m, nt the station on Dyson Rond, Contnct any S-C firefighter, or cnil Teresn Cnmp­ bell al 704-546-5603. The Sheffield-Cninhnin Community Center will have “ F a c i a l s ByFrances” Mocksville's Complete Facial Salon. Facial-Body Waxing 562 Valley Road, Suite 109, Mocksville, NC Locatei next to GImiim's Boutique,AT&T Phone Center, andADMne Tbucli Phone (336) /51-0147 or (336) 793-7461 emalh franceamarle3@earthllnk,net 1\ies.-Sat. • Appts. • Walk-Ins F r a n c e s B e n g eLicensedEsthetlclan a Game Night on Friday, Nov. 5 wilh the doors opening at 6 p,m, for concession sales. Bin­ go will stnrt al 7p,m, It will be a Christmas edition of Ihe gnmes usually offered with especially nice prizes. New Union United Method­ ist Church will hold n Trunk or Trent on Salurday, Oct, 30 be­ ginning nt 6 p,m, in the parking lot on Sheffield Rond, adjacent to County Line Rond, The Davle High School Clnss of 1975 will gnther for its 35th-yenr reunion on Snturdny, Nov, 6 nt Carolinn Bible Camp in Mocksville, Chicken slew will be served beginning at 6 p.m. For more informntion, cnil 492-5528, People were'wall to wall at the Sheffield Music Hall lasl Saturday enjoying the blue­ grass and gospel music of Ihe Sugar Loaf Rnmblers, A special treat for everyone was food prepared and served by JoAnn Renegar nnd Polly Thomp­ son thnt included snndwiches, chips, dip, cheese nnd crnck- ers, pickles, peanuts, coconut cnke, and cream cheese pound cake, John Henry Reeves was appreciated for once again call­ ing Ihe square dances. Both kids and ndults enjoyed the broom dance. Barbara Bamey conlribuled a homemnde butler pecnn pound cnke for the cnke wnlk, nnd it went home with T e l l u s w h a t y o u t h i n k with a letter to the editor Details, Page 2 DAVIB COUNTV ENTERPRI/i^liECORD Flo Combs. Polly Thompson won the free pass and Sydnee Dnvis won the .children’s free pnss. The half and half drawing was won by Arnold Broadway. While you keep Ray Liven­ good on your prnyer list, nlso ndd JoAnn Renegar, as she fell and broke her hand, Next Sat­ urday’s featured group will be Cimarron. Jack Bniley and Crusher Run will play on Friday, Oct. 15 nt Redding’s Country Kitchen in Ronda from 6:30-8:30 p.m, Ijames Baptist Church con­ tinues with its collection of new toys and monetary donations for Ihe South Yadkin Baptist Association Toy Store through Nov, 14, Collections for Samar­ itan’s Purse shoe boxes will be held on Oct, 17. On Saturday, Oct. 23, the church will hold its annual Fall Festival/Chicken Stew beginning nt 5 p.m. There will be gnmes nnd trent bngs for the kids, plus hny rides nnd lots of other fun. The stew will be •served nt 5, nnd the gnmes will begin at npproximntely 5:45, Everyone in the community is invited to. You are asked to bring your lawn chair and a fa­ vorite dessert to share, Calahaln Friendship Baptist Church enjoyed a good crowd nnd fellowship at their home­ coming last Sundny, They ask lhat you add Randy Anderson lo your thoughts and prayer lists, as he is recovering from sur­ gery, Randy is the son of Ten­ nyson nnd Shiriey Anderson, The olher names for your lists are: Pal Gobble, Melody Wag­ ner, Tom Wright, Rose Wright, and Tennyson Anderson, Mnrvin Dyson, also known ns Junior, passed nwny on Snt­ urday, Oct, 9, He was a member of New Union United Method­ ist Church where he sang in Ihe choir, was Sunday school su­ perintendent, a Sunday scliool teacher, and a trustee. Three children survive: sons, Ricky Dyson (Sherri) nnd Mnrty Dy­ son (Cnthy), nnd dnughter, Tinn Prevette (Tony). He lenves seven grnndchildren nnd two grent-grnndchildren. Services were Tuesdny, Oct, 12, The fnmily requests that memori­ als be considered for the New Union Cemetery fund. Mr, Dy­ son’s contributions to Ihe com­ munity were extensive, and he was well known and appreci­ ated by many. Condolences are offered to his family members nnd friends for Iheir loss, Additionnl names from the community' for your prayers are; David Richardson, Normnn Richiirdson, Hnzel Frye, plus nny others in our communities who hnve henlth issues, Plense nlso remember the militnry nnd nil emergency response person­ nel. The Republican Men’s Fed­ eration will hold a chicken stew al the picnic grounds in Mocks­ ville on Oct, 23, Additionally, they are selling raffle tickets for four guns and n crossbow. Locnl resident, Mike Brnnhnm is n member. He or nny other members cnn be conlncted for further informntion nbout these projects. Hnppy wedding nnniver­ snry this week to Nonh nnd El­ lie Drye on the 14"' nnd on the 20"' to Dnvid nnd Susnn Beck, Everette nnd Brendn Glnss- cock, nnd Luke nnd Cnndnnce Reeves. Birthdnys will be Tyler Hobson; Bobby Thompkins Jr., nnd Knrenn Butler on Ocl. 15; Shelin Triplett on Oct. 16; Pon Pnyne, Hannah Keller, Devon- nn Ijnmes, Libby Shoffner, and Freddie Mnrtinez on Oct.17; Lee Ann Brown, Klnire Allen, Emily Bracken, and Sherry Willinms on Oct, 18; Mi­ chnel Hamilton, Haven Nicole Tomel, Chnriie Cagle, and Jody Powers on Oct, 19; and Richard Hunt on Oct, 20. Each week I fenture events nnd specinl occnsions that com­ munity residents report lo me, plus topics that should be of general inlerest to our readers. If you would like to send news about your church, family, or organization, please contact me by emailing jvfjordan® holmail.com or call 492-5836. Photos are also welcome. Four Corners News By Mnrlc Wiiltc Four Comers Correspondent Mr, and Mrs, Joe White vis­ ited Mr, and Mrs, Billy Shelton Salurday afternoon. We wished him a happy birthday. Billy’s birthday was Oct. 10. Darrell Murray visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Murray during the weekend. Glenda Sapp visited Mr, and Mrs, Joe While Sunday after­ noon, Mr, nnd Mrs,. Grady Beck and Mr, and Mrs. Joe White at­ tended the Dixie Classic Fair in Winston-Salem lasl week. Terry Craft of Winston-Sa­ lem visited Mr. nnd Mis. Grndy Beck during the weekend. i D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - C 7 Advance News John Seaford talks with brother Bill at the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of Bill and Pearline Seaford. Clarksville News By Edith Zimmerman Advnnce Correspondent Harold and Nancy McKnight spent last weekend in the NC mountains at Cherokee, They went especially to visit Nnncy’s niece Michelle Minery Reagan and husband Dennis Rengnn, They also saw Michelle and Dennis’ daughter Jessie nnd husband and grandson Dakota who live in Asheville. There will be a bingo night Saturday, Oct, 16 sponsored by the Transformers Kids’ Club of Advance United Methodist Church, starting at 7. Everyone is encouraged to attend this fun event which will feature a des­ sert bar, a chance to fellowship and lots of bingo. All attendees are ask to bring a prize ($5 or less) for the fun table. Thirteen people of the com­ munity enjoyed a Monday trip to the mountains. They had lunch nt Shntley Springs then to Glendnle Springs where they shopped and went to the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church to see Ihe Frescos, In Wesl Jef­ ferson Ihey went to the Saint Mary’s Episcopnl Church Ib see more Frescos, which were done by Artist Ben Long from Statesville. On their return trip they stopped nt a Trnding Post out of Wesl Jefferson where there wns n display of fall pro­ duce of pumpkins, jellies, etc, nnd unique gourds in shnpes of swnns. The trip wns under the direction of Medford and Nancy Shoaf Using the church activity vnn for trnnsportntlon. Sympathy is expressed to Eva Jurgensen in the death of her sister, Stella Livengood of Hickory Hill. Janie Hendrix spent the week­ end in Myrtle Beach visiting her daughter Andrea Hendrix. She accompanied her dnughter and son-in-law Amandn nnd Scott Fortin of Snlisbury, whose son Brandon Fortin participated in a soccer toumament during the weekend. 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Go and support some Davie Coun­ ty football. ...Saturday, Oct. 16 from II a.m.-l p.m. the Chestnut Grove UMW will hold a drive-through hotdog sale al2812 US 601 N. Donntions will be nccepted for local missions. Also on Saturday, the Crop­ ping for n Cure Scrnpbook event nt WRD begins at 10 a.m. Tliis will be an nil dny event with prizes, lunch, raffies. Cre­ ative Memories Consultant, items for sale and n percentage of the proceeds will go to the Susan G. Komen foundation nnd the Fro. Bill and Pearline Seaford greet visitors. Pearline visits with her brother, Lewis Beck Birthdays ; Cccil Speer, Oct. 15; Colby Cranfill, Oct. 16; Donnie Boles, Ocl. 17; Tama Mason, Mark Atwood, Orace Smllh, Oct, 18, Please remember in your ihbughts and prayers the fol­ lowing; Rhonda Snow, Mar­ garet Allison, Harding Blnck- welder, Louise Biackwelder, Bemie Cagle, Jerry Hanes, Da­ vid Harris, Nellie Jolly, Kenny Mnson, Cecil Speer. 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Roger’s father got the no­ tion about moving, south when he learned the prices for milk were much higher here. Six weeks hnd pnssed since Roger’s fnther and mother left for the Deep South to take a look nnd the family bnck home were nbout to contnct the State Pntrol to see if something hnd hnppened. Roger \vas picking com on the com picker nnd his brother brought an empty wagon out to him. They saw a cnr coming down the dirt road and they knew it was their mom nnd dnd. His Dad reached his arm into the back seat into n brown pnper bng nnd asked his two boys to hold out their hands. He poured red dirt into ench nnd Roger’s brother looked perplexed' be­ cause he had never seen red dirt before. “Thnt’s dirt from our new fnrm.” Roger said his father never nsked he nnd his brother nbout the iden of moving, they both hnd fnmilies but their fn­ ther seemed to hnve researched the move quite cnttsfully. Mr. Gnbbert hnd insight for he tnlked to several county agents and visited Iredell, Ra­ leigh, and Forsyth county seats. He passed by Davie County twice but then hnd a talk with Leo Williams and fotnid out Carl Tntum might sell the farm in Cooleemee. Carl Tatum was the supervisor of all the milk fnrms; they , hnd nbout 4,000 acres in Cooleemee. Mr, Tatuin hnd bought the old compnny, farm headquarters; later hnd a henrt nttnck and things weren’t going so well. It was the first week in Oc­ tober of 1955 when Roger’s father bought the 409 ncres nt nbout $160 nn ncre. There were cows, mnchinery, and three households thnt hnd to be moyed nnd they decided to hend down south the flrst of Mnrch but Roger and his fnther were going to go down a month aliead to get things set.up flrst. Without even knowing if they.would hnvo a house to live In, everything wns pncked up nnd the wheels of the 1947 Ford cattle truck were to start tijming nbout 4 in the morning, Roger’s RCCISTEHKQ HO LSTEIN CATTLE G I L K E Y F A R M S , UKONARO a W. OAODBRT. ;f*ROPRtCTOn * о W Л T O NNA. MIN N В S О T Л HAMPSHIRE HOQS ,,,:.... The Gabbert family left this farm In Minnesota to move to Cooleemee. Toptoce'^^r 'WANT AD dial <^36-4231 , • £'»y. To P b cc, ' .• • Pot) Resulti, EV SokttM/ry. H o «« Coun'y. Nl »ATU»0^t, \ F o a ls In S p rin g 's H ig h G ra s s Bight of foals rompi greengraaso' Barringer at Ig than (ho > Cooleemee, There were several other llttje colts on th« in »he bright farm'but Bnrrlnger says he Is no cowboy and couWn’ ai^en araas ot 8wi j vf'ttade ' round them up green graas pggy gablwrt da Irv near There's no more attrac^^ fntlier and mother iffnde a visit to one of their good friends’ home that night and Roger got a phone call from them about 9 p.m. He wns told his fnther hnd an emergency appendectomy nnd he wns in the hospitnl. His fnther nsked him whnt he wns going to do nnd he told him he wns loaded up nnd ready to go. He hnd households of furniture in the I4-- by 8-foot cattle bed and didn’t know where he was going to put it. His dad asked him how much monoy ho waned and he snid, "$1,200.” Roger remem­ bered when his dnd hnd sent him different times to pick up cnttle with $100 - $150 and coming home on a wing nnd n prayer. That wns something he wnnted to avoid this time nround. Of coursc his dnd said that’s n lot of money. Roger told him, “Well look. I’m going 1,200 miles from home, I don’t wnnt tp be down there some­ where flat broke. I’m not going, to wnste it or throw it away,” Oas was 26 cents per gallon nnd the truck only got 6 miles to the gallon. He wanted enough money lo get down there and to be able to mnke it back. It was half a blizzard when Roger left, snow was blowing across the rond nnd 1957 was one of their worst winters. He wns 25 years old nnd nil alone wilh a hnndwritten mnp by his side. It was 5 or 10 degrees be­ low 0 with 2 feet of snow, He kept driving imtil he got to-Co­ lumbus, Ohio. There were no interstates in those dnys; he had looked al the mnp with his fn- tlier when he hnd retumed from his first trip down south nnd his dnd didn’t know nbout the West Virginia Turnpike. When he traveled back someone told him he should go to Mount Airy instend of Asheville next tirne. Roger went ncross the river in Charleston, W.Va, He said once you got on the turnpike, you didn’t get off. The state monitored your starting time on the pike nnd if you got lo the end of il loo fnst, they gave you a ticket. On the' second day of Febmnry ho cnme out of Mount Airy and he looked down and snw nil of Ihis green grass instend of snow, daffodils were blooming, nnd trees were budding. Ho went down to ' Mocksville nnd ho snw n sign thnt snid Squire Boone cem­ etery, ho thought, "Oh my God, this is Dnniel Boone territory,'' He found oul Inter that Daniel Boone hnd camped out along the river bnnk nt his farm, HWY 601 of course, took him to HWY801, which lead him to Cooleemee, His dad hnd told him to go on 801 until ho snw the big Erwin Mill on the right side. He snid you’ll see n bridge nhend but don’t go over the bridge, turn left on Center Street. While Roger wns cranking up tho hill, he noticed none of the houses were underpinned.' He could see right under ench one, some had a cow,or pig un­ der the house nnd he thought it niust get cold in the winter, ■ Thnt night, he went lo Mr, Tnlum's house nnd his mnid Buella cnme to the door. He wnsn’t home yet so. Roger Pleaso Sec CoolcGnice • Pape C9 James Barringer made this photo of the Gabbert farm that first appeared In the Salisbury Evening Post, DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Oct. 14,2010 - C9 Kayla PIrk makes her way through one of the Inflat­ able games at the Cooleemee Elementary School Fall Festival. Alyssa Campbell gets a witch face - on her face.Timmy Page shows off his bowling skills. Holly Angus, Dylan Angus, Dianne Snider and Corbin Angus share hotdogs and smiles. Cooleemee A student picks a duck for a prize. Continued From I’agc C8 walked around and saw he had 35 cows. Mr, Tatum snid that his wife wanted him to eat din­ ner with them that night, Roger said since he didn’t know of restaurnnts or where to ent he agreed to stny. They said grace nnd stnhed enting nnd Mrs, Tatum snid to Cnrl, "we're go­ ing to hnve to go over yohder nnd start building our house." Roger laughed when he said Mr. Tntum had jokingly said that Yankee is never going to move down here. I got his mon­ ey nnd thni's it. Mr. Tntum got a contractor tho next day and started building a house. The house was finished by the first of Mnrch, After being in Cooleemee 10 dnys, he started back home witli an empty truck. Ho drove non-stop for 36 hours, which included going through an ice storm in Wisconsin, Ho nnd his' fnther pncked up more stuff and mnde Ihe trip again. Roger stayed in Cooleomee whilo his father mnde tho trip back to pick up his wife; mnchinery nnd cattle while the rest of the fam­ ily came Inter. They traveled through a horrible ico storm nnd Roger’s wife Alice was so happy to have arrived safely. They said trnveling in thoir country wns easy because the land was divided into squares but when they came here you hnd roads like Potneck Road find it was curvy and ensy to gel confused until you saw some­ thing familiar. People would ask if he was lost? Roger would sny, "I'm not lost, 1 just don'l know where I'm going.” Alice snid the three Gabbert women wore viewed ns outsid­ ers nnd were thought lo bo Ihe laziest women on earth becnuse they didn't work outside the home. They did bnil hny nnd other duties of the fnrm. Roger said ono time John Chandler asked his dnughter. Jennifer how long her mother wns in the army. She said her mother wnsn't in the army, John said, "She comes to the post office in her bools," Roger said John didn’t realize she had been up The young and older take advantages of the hayrlde. Roger and Alice Gabbert relax at home Families play bingo at the fall festival. since 3:30 in the morning milk­ ing cows and taking cnre of Ihe calves, driving Ihe tractor, etc, Alice said one of Iho hardest adjustments she had to make besides leaving her family was going to Snlisbury to buy groceries nnd things nnd when she got there Ihe store would be closed on certain dnys. Sep­ tember 2010 was her first time trying crowder peas. She will sure cook them different next; time because she was told to put them in a pot and boil them and that’s whal she did. She wasn’t told whal seasoning to put in but now knows if you put n hnm hock in there it makes it taste better. She wns told back in the day when she went lo n homemaker’s dinner for their Christmas Pot Luck, nol to bring green benns because she didn't know how to cook them. In Minnesotn they cook Ihe green beans in a half hour lo 45 minutes until they are done; but they still looked like green beans. Here she snys, “they put them on nt 6 in the morning in that three legged blnck pot and cook them nil day, they inight be ready for dinner but they will sure be ready for supper. Well, they looked like somebody had chewed them up and spit them out ngnin,” She had never seen self-ris- ing flour before. Up in tho Mid­ west, they wouldn't know whal we are talking'about. Alice brought oul a box of cornmeal that a friend sent her for Christ­ mas, ll had never been opened , and I guess she is saving it for a special day, Alice went inlo the down­ town drugstore with her sister in lnw and ordered an ice cream cone. But whal she got was n fountnin Coke. She nnd her sis­ ter in law laughed and agreed thnt wasn't what she ordered bul didn't say nnything becnuse they felt they would hnve just gotten nnother Coke. Roger stnrted laughing when he remembered the first lime they heard, “Failin' up a right I' smnrt.” They finnlly figured out whnt people were snying, ils sure getting fall fast. Alice wrote to her mom and dad once nnd thal was Ihe first line of her letter. It's failin’ up n right sinnrt down here. Her mother fired a letter right back and said, "Whal in tho woi-ld has happened lo you?” Alice said she had lo leam how to put her ornaments on differently at Christmas be­ cause the cedar trees in Cool­ eemee were floppy and the or­ naments slide off. In Minnesota Week nt tho American Legion Cemetery. This event is cel­ ebrated all across southern mill communities with It’s origi­ nation starting in Cooleemee. Story readers were present lo talk nbout Iheir life ns a child and Inter nil gnthered together to remember the children thnt passed nway as the vlllnge wns beiiig developed by placing flags in,the ground. The Davie Counly Singing Seniors were a nice addition to tho celebra­ tion, Cooleemee School celobrat- Ihoy were used to going out in, ed their Fall Festival and boy the woods and cutting down was it a huge success. Popcorn, sproco treesr which had firm branches right to tho end, It isn’t easy to leave the Gab- borts because onfc story con­ nects to another and it’s all so interesting, plus I love to hear Iheir accent. The Gabberts are happy and friendly people and I’m so glad I had a chance to sit nnd gel to know them n bit. The Gnbbert name is still used a lot when referring to the farm down the long dirt rond. I hope somedny they get n recorder nnd start talking to someone thal hasn't begun lo know their joumey. Their life history would make a good read and il would be a treasure for genera­ tions to come. • Fifth graders from Cool­ eemee School took pan in cel­ ebrating the Textile Heritage hotdogs, bouncing castles, go fish, bingo, cnke wnlks, stomp­ ing balloons, bowling, basket­ ball, and a hayride wore some of tho things you had to chooso from. , Dickie Hendrix nnd: son Rynn Hendrix from RB Ma­ sonry were nt the playground finishing up the brick pillars for the shelters. All we need now are Ihe roofs and n covered ce­ mented nren. The Davie High School Class of 1975 will have its 35th- yonr reunion with a chicken stew dinner Saturday, Nov, 6 at Carolina Bible Camp in Mocks­ ville. Please call492.5528. Please contact me at 336.250,1133, cool- eenieeiiew.i® ginaU.com. C r o s s w o r d A n s w e r s S u d o k u S o lu tio n gJiiЕ9ППВВ 1 5 8 4 2 9 7 3 6 4 7 3 6 5 1 9 8 2 6 9 2 7 3 8 4 5 1 8 6 9 1 7 4 3 2 5 2 1 7 3 9 5 6 4 8 5 3 4 a 6 2 1 7 9 7 2 5 9 1 3 8 6 4 3 4 1 2 8 6 5 9 7 9 8 6 5 4 7 2 1 3 ' И i-i >V. " Г’ «t' ' 1 < ^ " C I O ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 Obituaries Ryan Hamilton Dcsnoycrs Mr. Rynn Hnmilton Desnoy- ers, 30, of Abbey Lnne, Ad- , vnnce, died Monday, Oct. 1 i, '2010, nt Cnrolinns Medicnl 'Center in Chnrlotte. ; He wns born Oct. 8,1980, in ■Dnvie County to Dnniel Pnul nnd Melodee Anne Hamilton ■ Desndyers. Ryan was a reliabil­ ity engineer with Volvo Trucks North Americn. Rynn loved Ihe outdoors, golf, bnsebnll, wnter sports, snowboarding, music but nbove nil he wns nn excel­ lent fnther who loved his chil­ dren., • Survivors; his pnrents, nnd ;his sister, Erin Joy Desnoyers, I all of Advnnce; his children, ; Lngnn Strnnd nnd Dnilns Hnm- •ilton Desnoyers bf the home; ! their mother, Bnhnie Strnnd ; Desnoyers; their grnndpnrents, i Greg and Bleeker Strand, all of ¡Advnnce; his mntemnl grnnd- , mother, Joy Hnmilton of Salis- ' bury; and a family of mnny friends. A memorinl servicc will be ¡conducted nt 4 p.m. Fridny, ; Oct. 15, nt Mnndo Field nt Rich ' Park in Mocksville with Dr. ; David Oilbrenth officiating.The I fnmily will receive friends fol- j lowing the service on the bnse- : ball field. I Memorials: Lagan and Dallas ; Desnoyers Trust Fund c/o Sun- ; trust, 5361 US 158, Advnnce. Online condolences: vvivif. caionfimeralservice .com. Classifieds 1-877-751-2120 Hannah E. Godbey Miss Hnnnnh Elizabeth God­ bey, 16, died Sept. 30,2010. She wns born April 26, 1994 in Forsyth County to Donna Taylor Godbey of Salisbury and Jerry Wayne Godbey of Cooleemee, She attended Trin­ ity Baptist Church in Cool-' eemee. Survivors: her pnrents, broth­ ers, Michael Joyner (Wendy) of Coolepmee and Anthony God­ bey of Salisbury: sister, Casey Godbey of Salisbury; paternal grnndmother, Dolly Brown of Winston-Snlcm; mntemnl grnndpnrents, Janie Taylor of Snlisbury nnd Donnid Tnylor of Salisbury; her special maternal nunt, Mary “Snookie” Myers of Kannnpolis; nnd many aunts, uncles and cousins. ’ Visitation was Monday, Oct. 4 at Lyerly Funeral Home. A .graveside service was held at 2 p.m, Oct. 4 at Rowan Memorial Park conducted, by Rev. Chris Williams. ^ Online condolences: wifif. lycrlyfiineralliome .coin. , Margaret Elma Borden Mrs. Margaret Elma Wray Borden, 87,of Crestview Drive, Mocksville, died Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010, nt Forsyth Medi­ cal Center in Winston-Salem. She was born March 15, 1923, in Steuben County, N.Y. to the late Albert James and Tressie Backus Wray. Mrs. Borden was retired from the Da­ vie County Public Library and was a member of Blaise Bnptist Church. Mrs. Borden wns nn excellent cook nnd homemnker nnd n generous nnd giving per­ son. She enjoyed trnveling nnd spent several years overseas with her husbnnd while he was on work assignment. She wns nlso preceded in death by 2 brothers, Roy Wray and Richnrd Wrny. Survivors: her husbnnd of 68 years, Francis B. Borden of the home; n dnughter, Mnrgnret Medlin (Henry) of Chariotte; a son, Phillip Borden (Leslie) of Florida; 7 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters, Lena Ely and Phyllis Jones, both of New York; a brother, Thomas Wray of New York; several nieces and nephews; and many friends, A private graveside scrvice was conducted at Rose Cem­ etery with the Rev. Glenn Sell­ ers officiating. . Memorials: American Can­ cer Society, 4-A Oak Branch Dr,, Greensbora, 27407; or Hospice/Palliative CareCen- ter of Davie, 377 Hospital St,, Suite 103, Mocksville, Online condolences: имун». etttoi\ftmeraliervtcc.com. A d v a n c e ¥ F D C o m e S e e O u r N e w F a c i l i t y ! OPEIVHOUSE S u n d a y , O c t o b e r 1 7 ,2 0 1 0 2 p m - 4 p m E veryone is In vited 1 8 6 9 H w y 8 0 1 S , A d v a n c e S p e c i a l s o i t h e W e e k O a t m e a l C a k e s 00 ( lo o s e ) V / h . I Limit 2 Boxes . While Supplie.'! Lasi PHOTO SPECIAL FREE 5x7 with Digital Prints OneWeekOnly Everyday Low Price D i g i t a l P r i n t s 1 0 0 Photo Procesalng Hours; M-F 9-6, Sat 8:30-4, Sun. Closed l<'or цгса! iiiloriniilion on (li iij>.s i4 hcallii problc in.s, до to «>v».('o.sli44lruí>co.i'oiii Regular H o u rs : M -F 8:30-8 • Sat 8:30-4 • Sun 1 :30-5 Foster Drug Go. 495 Valley Road • Mocksville • (336) 751-2141 www.fostcrdnigco.coni I n L o v i n g M e m o r y o f J e r e m i a h “Jake” A r n o l d 1 year ago today you left us to go be with Jesus. W eloveyou and miss you very much. , -YourFamily Patrick Wayne Kelly Mr, Patrick (Pat) Wayne Kelly, 61, of Sanford Avenue, Mocksville, died Monday, Oct, 11, 2010, at Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem, He was bom July 31,1949, in Horry County, S.C, to the late Harjand David Kelly and Alene Gaynell Hobbs Kelly who sur­ vives. Pat was a member of First Baptist Church of Mocks­ ville and spent more than 40 years living at the Davie Coun­ ty Group Home, He never met a stranger, loved miislc, dancing and coloring. He was an active participant in the Dnvie County Specinl Olympics where he was consecutive mednl winner of bocce. Pat loved spending time with family. Also surviving: 3 sisters, Mir­ iam Ann Kelly (Dick Greene) of Atlanta, Gn„ Shnron Kelly Tillmnn (Rick) of Lancaster, S,C. and Cynthia Kelly Rho­ des (Jny) of Charlotte; n niece, Mndison Rnchel Rhodes; n nephew, Spencer Cole Rhodes; nnd 2 niuits, Elma Kelly Smith and Shiriey Kelly Wilson, both of Slier City, A memorial scrvice will be conducted at I p,m, Sunday, Oct, 17 at Grace Luthernn Church, 426 Onklnnd Ave., Rock Hill, SC 29730, The fnm­ ily will receive friends nnd fnmily following the service nt the church. Memorinis: Specinl Olym­ pics of Dnvic, c/o Parks nnd Rec. 644 N. Main St., Mocks­ ville. Online condolences:, ifific. eulonfimer<ilscrvive.com. Farris Junior Bailey Mr. Fnrrls Junior Bniiey of No Creek Rond, Mocksville, died on Oct. 6,2010 at his resi­ dence. Born on Feb. 6,1936 in Dn­ vie County, he wns the son of the Inte Farris Bniiey Sr, nnd Myrtle Gullett Bniiey. Educated in the Dnvie County Schools, he wns a charter member of Cornerstone Bnptist • Church where he wns n dencon, Mr, Bniiey served his country in the National Gutttd, He owned and operated Jenn's Lake' where he was able to do his favorite pas­ time - fishing. He loved to fish nt the const and attending and being active at his church. Surviving: his wife, Jenn Hnmlltoii; sons Bobby Bailey, Snmmy Bniiey (Lisn), nil of Salisbury; sister. Ruby Bniiey Rlcketson of Salisbury; grand­ children,. Chad, Gina, Tonya nnd Joshua Bailey; nephews Donnie Hnrris nnd Davic Bai­ ley; nieces Mary Jane Cook, Shariene Hclmsletler, Donnn Greene, Cnthy Owens; cous­ ins Cntherine Wngner, Jerry Lee Bniiey, Cnriton Bniiey and Bonnie Sue Bniiey; nnd grent niece Alishn Cook, Visitntion wns Friday nt Cornerstone Bnptist Church in Lnndis with services on Sntur­ day at.l p,m. nt the church with Hnzel Rollins, minister, Burinl followed nt West Lawn Memo­ rial Pnrk, Memorinis: Comerstone Bnptist, 500 E, Ryder Ave,, Lnndis, 28088, Online condolences: iriviv’. liimhoiicycullfuneralhomc .com. Lillie Mae Coley Teague Lillie Mne Coley Tengue, 82, of Ken Dwiggins Drive, Mocksville, died on Thursdny, Oct, 7, 2010 at Dnvie County Hospital, Born In Stokes Coun­ ty on May 29,1928, she wns the daughter of the late Jeffrey and Cora Westmoreland Coley, She was retired from Duplan, Her husbnnd, Roy Lee Tengue, preceded her in denth, ns did d sister, Ethel Bostic and 2 brothers, Paul nnd Hownrd Coley, Survivors; n daughter, Gnil ^ Tengue Melton of Mocksville; a sister, Mary Kiger of Ru­ ral Hall; 2 grandchildren, Roy Madison Melton nnd Hnnnnh Brie Melton; n specinl niece, Jnnice Cnudle of Winston-Sn- lem, nnd severni other nieces nnd nephews. Thé service to celebrate her life wns Sunday, Oct, 10 at 3:30 p,m, in the Dnvic Funernl Ser­ vice Chnpel wilh Pastor Larry Hollifield offlclntlhg, Burinl was in the Believers Sonship Tnbernncle Church Cemetery, Tho family received friends on Sunday nt Ihe funeral home. Online condolences: m m , claviefimeralservlce.com. ÜP ii'K i'im 'iiilh u iu c f C h ild ren ’s C lo th in g & E q u ip m en t S A L E Sponsored b y Blaise Baptist MOPS (M others o t Preschoolers) Friday, October 15 9am - Noon & 5pm - 8pm 1/2 price sale on S a tu rd a y , O c to b e r 16 Sam - Noon Please note our NEW LO C A T IO N ; Blaise Baptist Church 134 Blaise Church Road Mocksville N C 27028 For more Info call Blaise Baptist Church: 33«.751.3639 Marvin M. Dyson Jr. Mr. Marvin Macon Dy­ son Jr., 72, of Duke Whittidcer Rond, Mocksville, died Sntur­ dny, Oct. 9,2010, at WFU Bap­ tist Mcdical Center in Winston- Salem. He was bom May 31, 1938, in Davie Counly to the lote Wnshington Mnrvin and Ode Cassell Dyson. Mr. Dyson was retired from Ingcrsoll-Rand afler 37 years and was a vet­ eran of Ihe US Amiy. He was a member of New Union Uniled Methodist Church where he sang in the choir, was Sundny school superintendent, Sundny school teacher and Iruslee. He was a member of Ihe Yadkin­ ville Beekeeper Association, ' enjoyed'fishing, gnrdening nnd all sports, having coached Do­ vie County Little League and Babe Ruth baseball. He was preceded in dealh by a granddaughter, Erica Eliza­ beth; and n brother, Henry Dy­ son. Survivors: his wife, Lindn Lou Steelmnn Dyson of the . home; 3 children, Ricky Dyson (Sherri), Marty Dyson (Cathy) nil of MocksviUe nnd Tlnn Prevetle (Tony) of Hnrmony: 7 grnndchildren, Allen Dyson, Kelsey Dyson, Matthew Dy­ son, Cnndnce Vnughn (Chris), Chad Dyson (Emily), Brndley Prevette nnd Rynn Prevette; 2 greal-grondchildren, Bniiey Vnughn and Ty Dyson; 2 sl^ ters. Iris Lookoblll (Bill) Mocksville and Nellie Reavis \ (Sammy) of Harmony; a broth­ er, Wayne Dyson (Freida) of Mocksville: a sister In low, Hn- j zel Smoot; nnd his special pet, / Buffy, a Boston terrier. A funernl service wns con­ ducted nt 2 p,m, Tuesdny, OctJ 12 nt Enton I’unernl Chapel with Dr, Sieve Rainey officiating. The family received friends on Mondny, Oct, 11 nt Ihe funern( home, ! Memorinis: New Union' Methodist Cemetery fund, 115 New Hampshire Court, Mocks­ ville, . Online condolences: it'it'tv, eaUmfuneralservice.com. Wayne and Gina Stewart will perform Saturday eve nIng at Bailey's Chapel United Methodist Church. F a l l F e s t i v a l S a t u r d a y A t B a i l e y ’s C h a p e l Bnlley's Chnpel United Melhodist Church in Advnnce will hold • its Fnll Feslivnl on Soturdoy, Oct, 16 from 4-7 p,m. There will be free prizes nnd gnmes for Ihe children, n hny- ride ot 4, nnd enterlnlnment. The United Methodist Men will hnve hnmburgers and hotdogs for sale with nil the trimmings. At 6 Wnyne nnd Glno Stewort v/ill perform Christian counlry gospel Bring 0 Inwn chnir. H o l i d a y G i f t F a i r S a t u r d a y A t M o c i < s M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h A hofiday gift folr will be held Saturday, Oct, 16 from 9 n,m,-2 p,m, nt Mocks Uniled Melhodist Church Fellowship Hnll, Mocks Church nnd Benuchnmp ronds, Advnnce. It will fenlure cosmetic, cnlertninlng, cooking, and gift giving idens from Avon Products,The Pnmpered Chef, Thirty One, Dnd- dln’ Connin’, Creative Memories, Mnty Kny Cosmetics, Cindy Smllh Selections of Jewels by Pnrk Lnne, nnd more. R a i n b o w T e a S u n d a y A t F r i e n d s h i p B a p t i s t The Friendship Missionnry Bnptist Church in Cooleemee will be hnving its annual Rninbow Ten on Sundny, Oct, 17 nt 4 p.m. Churches will be inking pnrt In Ihe progrnm. The public is in­ vited. ■ For more informotion, coll Denconess Cnthy Clement ot 284- 2413. The Rev. Ervin Baker Is pnstor. N e w B e t h e l P l a n s R a i n b o w T e a New Bethel Bnptist Church, Mocksville, will have Its nnnuni ' rainbow tea progrnm with guest talent on Sunday, Oct. 17 at 3 p.m, Wcnr red, blue, green, purple, yellow and orange, Edgewood Baptist Revival Oct. 17-20 Edgewood Baptist Church, NC 801, Cooleemee, will have re­ vival Ocl, 17-20 wilh the Rev, Tony Bunion, It starts ot 6 p,m, Sundoy, and continues at 7 nightly Monday-Wednesday, C h e s t n u t G r o v e W o m e n T o H o l d D r i v e - T h r u H o t d o g S a l e O c t . 1 6 Chestnut Grove Uniled Methodist Women will hold a drive- through hotdog snie Snturdny, Oct, 16 from 11 o.m,-l p.m. Pro­ ceeds will go to local missions. Donations will be nccepled. The church is ol 2812 US 601 N., Mocksville. S o n s O f T h u n d e r T o S i n g S u n d a y A t E l b a v i l l e U M C The Sons of Thunder quartet from Clemmons Unlle‘3 Method­ ist Church will sing ot Elboville United Melhodist Church, 2595 NC 801 S., Advance, at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17. A love offering will be token for Elbovllle’s lOlh annual Angel Project, when Chrislmos gifts ore purchased for underprivileged children from locnl elementary schools. Clolhing and loys will be purchased for the children, and distributed on Dec. 4 ol n breok- fost at ttie church. Light refreshments will be served following Ihe program. Sons of Thunder will sing Sunday night at Elbaville, D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - C l l H e that hath m v c o m in u n d m e n ts an d k eep eth tn em h e it is that p v e th m e: an d h e that lo v eth m e sh g b e lo v e d o f m y F ather, und 1 w ill lo v e h im , c \ n d w ill m a n ifest m y se lf to h im . f.lohn 1 4 :2 1 ) № ■' .1 ' Í ! )1 T h i s m e s s a g e b r o u g h t t o y o u b y t h e s e l o c a l b u s in e s s e s w h o e n c o u r a g e y o u t o w o r s h d p a t t h e c h u r c h o f y o u r c h o ic e . C A U D E L L L U M B E R C O M P A N Y 162 Sheek Street Mocksville, NC 27028 336-751-2167 d j^ sr AUTO MKT* M ocKsvtuAimMNmvE 884 8, Main SI. Mocksvillo, NC 27028 336-751-2944 G E N T L E M A C H IN E & T O O L I N C . 2718 Hwy, 801 N Mocksville, NO 27028 336-492-5055 Fax: 338-492-6048 JERRY'S МШ PROCESSING We Custom M»«t Proe««« Beef-Pork-Омг 30 years experience e02 RaJph RaUKlga Rd ■ Moduvlllg 336-492-5496 DAVIE LUMBER & LOGGING 872 Main Church Rd. Mocksville, NC 27028 336-751-9144 W.G. WHITE & C 0 . 2119 Hwy. 601 N. MocksvlllQ, NC 27028 336-723-1669 HAYWORTH-MILLER > ^ 4 I-'llNKRAl. MOMF. 108 Enst KImlerloiiWa)' K w lJ r AJran™, NC 27006 336.940.S S S S F U L L E R ttasii Preolilon Later Cutting & Metal Fabrication 980 Salisbury Rd. Mocksville, NC 27028 336-751-3712 FOSTER DRUG COMPANY 495 Valley Road Mocksville, NC 27028 336-751-2141 Prescription Call In: 336-753-DRUG P u t T h is S p a c e T a W o tk F o rY o u C all 336-751-2129 r ^ R T E R V eU lL D i R8 167 Yadkin Valley Road • Suite 210 Advarwo, NC 336-940-2341 BullJ4r o/Quallty Cusiom H om tt/orow JO Ytm Chi|A.Cincr.PiwkfcnnKUnii>CCiilg.Vk«Ptet P u t T h is S p a c e T toW ork F o rY o u C all 336-751-2129 F U L L E R Architecture6B Cm(1 Sqwar« Soil« 200 Moel4vJk NC 27028 p: 33i.751.0400 PROUDLY DESIGNING DAVIE CHURCHES 336-751-0400 UlPalletOneA PALEX COMPANY 165 Turkey Foot Road Mocksville, NC 27028 336-492-5565 MUTUMNCARE MOCKSVILLE 1007 Howard St. Mocksville 751-3535 1441 Deadmon Road • Mocksville J O E 'S T O W 24 Hours Roadttcto Rollback Service Smali & Medium Duty Towing Joseph Crotts, Owner 336.998*2693-Office 336-940‘7256 • Mobile P u t T h is S p a c e T toW ork F o rY o u C all 336-751-2129 P u t T h is S p a c e TtoW oifc F o rY o u C all 336-751-2129 E A T O N F U N E R A L H O M E SINCE 1951 32S North Main Street Mocksviile, NC 2702B 336-751-2148 C a l l 7 5 1 - 2 1 2 9 T O A d v b s t i s e Y o u r B u s i n e s s o n t h e C h u r c h P a g e . V ti; l l I y \ ¥ ii. C 1 2 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 v i a d u c t were able lo climb out on,the rocks and watch the cars slow­ ly, slowly creep along the via­ duct as the drivers took in the fall colors. We drove U.S. 221 to the trnil head and the viaduct bnck home. The view of leaves on U.S. 221 past Blowing Rock was my favorite. One church posted this sign; “Autumn lenves, Jesus doesn’t.” By Dwight Spnrks Enterprise-Record ON THE TANAWHA TRAIL While thousands of cnrs nnd motorcycles snaked along the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway vinduct on Sundny, my son nnd I were hiking an­ other engineèring mnrvel, the Tanawhn Trnil thnt mean­ ders ^ndernenth the rondwny, acrosi and through boulders in the shadow, of Grnndfnther Mouritnin. Xhlf ,isj>;'kqce-busli an- kieVt^lsfing; troll lhat mixes equal . portions of nature’s benuty with mnn’s engineering m a r v e ls ,•■■■. We didn’t'hèÿr a single bird’s song. Bm weilienrd plenty of noisy motorcycles. This is not the trail to get away from it all. Except for a brief paved por­ tion nt the Linn Cove overlook, we ' had thi^.' expensive trail, part of the (ylpuntains-to-the- Sea trail network, nimost lo ourselves. The leaves were nenrpenkon Sunday — mnybe not as spectaculnr this yenr due to thé drought but very nice. There were some vibrnnt reds ,and ycllowl Tliis trail " U al o giVè'sj th|i apd at» upjclp: the .diffloulf|es; nl„ . the btijlders'iaijic'dr ' ^ Î At; h' cÿupl in d e n ts D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - D l ■ 4 Cornatzer Students Learn Fire Safety Tips Flames on your clothes? Stop, drop and roll. Smoke in the house? Stny low, and get out via the pre-determined fire escape plan. Where do you go when you get out of the house? To the designated place, so that all of your family members can be accounted for. Students at Comatzer El­ ementary School know the an­ swers to all of these Are safety questions and more after a day of safety training sponsored by the Comatzer-Dulin Volunteer Fire Department. Firefighters, some in full gear so that students won’t be fright-j ened if they ever see one during an emergency, were at school to tench the snfety lessons. The Advnnce, Fork, Jerusalem and; Mocksville fire departments! also helped, as did the N.C.1 Forestry Service. ! And, of course, it was funi Sparky the Fire Dog and FredJ die the Fire Truck kept the^ students entertained as they^. learned potentially life-saving; skills. : I tji i ornatzer Elementary istudents dnjoy playing with FrediJle'the Fire Truck. f u □ • f Cornatzer-Dulln Assistant Chief Ricky Sparks and Firefighter l^ark Bailey explain how the engine works. Firefighter Seth Phillips with (i/llchael Allen as Sparky the Dog and Freddie the Fire Truck take time to greet the young Cornatzer students. Firefighter Darren Hepler shows students equipment on the fire engine. H i Fork Assistant Chief Mitch Wyatt and Firefighter Casey Wyatt show students equipment on the engine. Michael Allen as Sparky the Fire Dog shows a student some love. !■ S Î I t .... rx- Leaves were near their peak on Sunday at Grandfather Mountain, ' f i : . The emergency vehicles are lined up for Corntazer students to Inspect, ''■■'nty D 2 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 Davie Schools Shady Grove Elementary Although the fourth grade conservation field trip was can­ celled; another is being planned, for the spring. October 15 will be a busy day. Students will visit the DC firehouse and leam about flre safety as well as hnving a visit from the Wright Brothers. The 15"' is also the fall festival. Af­ ter a visit with the firefighters, fourth graders wil! begin work on a five paragraph essay about flre safety. Teachers will select a few exemplary works to send in for the essay contest. Students continue to work on sciehce this quarter and will make a switch to social studies ; in the second quarter. ■ Bullying has been the topic when Mrs. Orgnon comes to classrooms for guidance. Trust­ worthiness is the character trait for the month. Continue to work on math facts nightly at home, and don't , forget to read the newslettepon- ; line for events. The PTO v/ill sponsor a ' Scholastic Book Fair beginning with Family Night on Oct. 19 ; from 4:30-6:30. It will be open ■ from 8:15-3:30 0?t. 20-21, and Oct. 25-26, Stop by and see all the books. This year, families have ac­ cess to the medin center's on­ line catalog, Destiny. Just go to the Shady Grove website nnd wonderful job working in coop­ erative groups to create a poster illustrating the water cycle. In math they have been studying place value, multipli­ cation, frnctions, division, and problem solving. Students hnve been working hnrd to prepare for the first quarterly assess­ ment. Students had a wonderful dny with grnndparents Sept. 17. Grandparents had lunch with their grandchildren and then iced nnd decornted cook­ ies. Fifth grnders hnve begun volunteer moming nnd (ifter- noon jobs. Students must ap­ ply for jobs and hnve teacher recommendations to be placed in a program. Moming buddies nre assisting younger students with impncking and finishing their moming work. Flag patrol raises and lowers the school's flags dnily. Media assistants are helping collect and reshelf library books. The safely patrol members nre monitoring the hnlls for good nnd bad behav­ ior. The Wee Deliver program has started. Students involved in this progrnm deliver mail sent through the school post of­ fice. The talented news cast hns begun delivering school news on Fridays. There is a new job T h o D /lU tf O I * r t f D i n l r ’ this yearforfifthgraders. se- I I IC r I " W W C I W l T i l IIV leet students are in the peer tu- S tudents and Staff at S hady G rove E lem entary w ent pink on O ct. 1 to sho w th e ir su p p o rt o f breast toring program. These students ca n ce r aw areness. T h ese giris and sta ff m em bers jo in to d isp la y th e ir pink attire, prom ote aw are ness, scroll down the screen to see it assist younger students in the gnd display their h o p e for a finding a CUre. listed in the pink nren. This will nftemoon with ncademics. give you nn opportunity to talk with your child about books available for check-out. Fourth nnd fifth graders in-, leresled in participating in the Elementary Battle of the Books (EBOB) will meet in Novem­ ber. Students cnn get n list of books from Mrs. Johnson thnt .will be used in the competi­ tion. Cornatzer Elementary The flfth graders begnn ■ the yenr with n science unit on weather. Students leamed about the water cycle, types of clouds, weather instruments, and winds. The students did a English Lnnguage Learn­ ers have been assimilating into what for some of them is n new environment. There nre 14 kindergnrten ELL students: Jnson Aguila-Cnrrillo, David Benitez-Torreblanca, Carlos Calderon-Sanlamarin, Eric Cas­ tro-Analco, Anahi Cienfuegos- Cnstafieda, Daniela Oiaz-Bolel- lo, Jonathan Garcia-Andrnde, Anthony Oiron-Cuadrn, Ynrelis Hemandez-Lemus, Cara How­ ard, Lyra Howard, Quinn How­ ard, Pedro Lopez-Juarez, and Rnquel Snnchez-Teran. These students are leaming survival skills for school, including the names of school supplies nnd school rooms. First Grnde ELL students nre reviewing school vocnbu- Inry by rending a story about another school and compnring il lo Cornntzer. Second graders hnve been studying hnbilals nnd nnimnls. Third grade English Lan­ guage Lenmers plnnned aiid wrote a story about a visit to a farm, nnd fourth graders are lish Lnnguage Learners study n wide rnnge of ncndemio vo­ cabulary and skills in order lo be ns successful in school as possible. Mrs. San Filippo and Mr. Carios would also like to con- gratulnte students who were grndunted from Ihe ELL pro­ grnm over the summer: Andy Flores Pnrnda, Allison Fonse- ca-Lobo, Jennifer Hernandez- leaming socinl studies vocabu- Avila, Odalis Mnriche-Flores, lary about maps and their state. Mnrtha Rangel-Sanchez, Cris- They found n vnrieiy of ways to classify buttons: size, shape, color, nnd number of buttons to nnme n few. In science, the second grnders trnveled to Mrs. Yount’s classroom and con­ ducted nir pressure experiments ns part of their weather unit. Third graders in Mrs. Faulkner and Mrs. Hursey's class are enjoying their new program, Reading Workshop. Students ttre going to continue Mnyb-Miguel, Snmmy Rosen- quist, Ben Crenshnw, Jncob Enmhnrdt. Julie Miller, Will Southern, Kntie Hnger, Jnckson Cartner, Luis Martinez. North Davie Middle In science class the Mariners nre exploring ecosystems. The focus of the studies is how they . affect their own ecosystems as well ns other global ecosys­ tems. The Mariners learning Fifth graders completed a unit on weather ih which they got to be meteorblogists and give weather forecasts. Eng- tnl Romero-Benitez, nnd Joan Sanchez. To exit ELL, students must pass four difficult tests in working on story elements,, community is in the explora- such as character, setting, and tion stage and will soon share plot. The most exciting part pf with students across the country rending workshop is their in- the uniqueness of ecosystem in English: listening, speaking, dependent reading time where North Carolina while leaiiiihg Cornatzer Elementary Cougars of the Week of Oct. 4, from left; front - Logan Miller, Emma Hayes, Eric Castro, Sean Froellch, Kayle Pacheco; row 2 - Mason Carter, Bethany Cline, Ethan Page, Rachel Devereaux, Emily Moreno, Man/elyn Ramirez; back - Jesse Hernandez, Zack Bartlett, Robert Marlche, Kevin Araniva, CIndy Sanchez, Hunter Strickland, Michael Dalton. Not Pictured: MalachI Woodward. Cooleemee Elementary Star Students for the week of Op\. 4, from left; front - Kayden Burton, Emma Jones, Jamarius Washington, Hannah Holloway; middle - Yosari Rodriguez. Michelle Johnson, Jackie Policarpo; back - Kentrell Tatum, Chris Cornele, Briannah Freyer, Christina Riddle. reading and writing. Mocksville Elementary Kindergnrten students have been learning nbout fire preven­ tion nnd snfety. They leamed how to stop, drop, and roll if their clothes were to catch on fire, how to stay low and go to get out safely, and the impor­ tance pf practicing flre drills nt home with a common meeting plnce. Mnth has been full of AB al­ ternating pnttems. Kids copied, extended, nnd crented many AB pattems using a variety of math materials. They even utilized their bodies to include motion with the concept. Harry Hat Man nnd Munch­ ing Mike visited kindergnrten classes and helped the children practice looking nnd listening for letters Hh nnd Mm. Mrs. Flyun and Mrs. Cook's first graders did an “eggs-per- iment.” They put one egg in vinegar, one in Coke, and one in fluoride toothpaste. They observed their eggs for a week. The egg in vinegar was rub­ bery nnd bouncy. The egg in Coke was sparkly nnd bumpy ... it felt rough. The egg in toothpnste wns ns smooth ns it could be. The children loved doing science. They have gone on a Snfnri and looked for wild nnimnls. Then they drew their hnbitats nnd put lions, and ti­ gers and elephants in their ad­ venture. Ms. Hockaday's clnss begnn rending Tnra nnd Tiree, This is a true stoiy of how two dogs rescued their owner nfter he fell into nn icy pond. The class enjoyed reading non-fictionnl texts. To go along with the story, the children wrote sto­ ries about a time they helped a friend or someone helped them, Ms. Hoffman tnught a lesson on Flat Stanley and had him trayel home with each student. In mnth the students have been sorting nnd classifying buttons, they travel to new and excit­ ing pinces in their own books, n mnth, the children nre be­ ginning multiplicntion. In sci­ ence, they will.be switching cinsses for the first time. Mrs. Fnulkner's class will go to Ms. McMillan's blass to lenm about healthy living. Eveiyone is ex­ cited about changing classes for the first time this school year. Fourth grnders hnve been rending the story "Coyote School News." Students have been practicing their drawing conclusions skills, The students lenrned nbout common nnd proper nouns throughout the week. During math, students hnve learned nbout the distribu­ tive property nnd order of op­ erntions, Lastly, students have been learning nbout nutrition, the flve food groups, the nu­ trients in ench group, and how many servings students need for a bnlnnced diet. Mr. Shepherd's clnss won the Mr. Billy nwnrd for the clenn- est classroom. The children have worked hard to clenri their einssroom nnd keep materinls orgnnized. The lnst few weeks in rend­ ing, Mr. Shepherd's class hns gone to the computer Inb to complete webquests. A web- quest is like nn intemet scnv- enger hunt. The students have lenmed n lot of diverse infor­ mntion nbout the history of the Negro Leagues and immigra­ tion. The students have enjoyed leaming new things and work­ ing wilh pnrtners. Students of the week: Dan­ ielle Brown, Ariana Romero- Ibnna, Nolberto Vnrgns-Mnr- celino, Tenin Davis, Jnhyrn Young, Cnrsen Vetter, Aidan Foley, Jamie Clement, Yovnni Junn Frnncisco, C Crenshnw, about other diversity of ecosys­ tems in Michigan, New York, Colorndo nnd Hnwnii. Students will compare data from each ecosystem nnd exnmine wnys to reduce our ecologicnl foot­ print. In math class the Mariners have done n lot of review les­ sons. Lessons 1-10 were mostly review for the students. Some of the concepts covered nre add­ ing/subtracting and multiply­ ing/dividing whole numbers, order of operations, perimeter, ordering nnd comparing and sequences. Students started an Accelerated Math progrnm.The students need 10 points for the first qunrter. Students hnve been busy in Inngunge arts. They reviewed pnrts of speech ns well as study­ ing and identified homophones in writing. They examined cause and effect in literature, personal lives and globally. Ench student got an opportu­ nity tp write their pwn fable using cause nnd effect. These fables are being published in n book for ench clnss. Students continue to work on writing skills ns well ns rending com­ prehension. Eighth grnde TopCats have been workinp on n fnmous Americnn nuthor in langunge nrts. Mrs. Callnhnn, media spe­ cialist, nssisted in the choice of nn nuthor and provided ns- sistance as students researched in the media center and lab to get information to write their research pnper. Mr. Tnbat has taken his sci­ ence students tP the Cpntempp- rary Science Center in Durham to see biotechnology. This sci­ ence field study is developed by Syngenta, a biotechnology firm in the Research Triangle Park. Rudy Hernandez, Nathan Mon- Students learn the develppmem tenegro, Jphn Bnltnznr, Dnniel process of a new GMOj Bt Rodrigue?, Mndelyn Whitt, Mnx Junker, Laren Phillips, Mlah Chalmers, Cren Rosen­ baum, Olivia Wooten, Oscar i com, at Syngentn Biotechnol­ ogy, They leam the importance of com, how com rootworms Please Sec Schoolii - Page D3 Schools... Continued From Page D2 , can be stopped by the modified ■ protein Cry3A, how gene trans- , formation is done, and how 1 to fun n gel. This fleld study tnkes students through the full process nt n biotech compnny. i Students finished with pipetting n gel nnd reading the results an • hour later with QuikGels. Mrs. ■ Delaney's science cinsses will i be going nt n Inter date. I Student nthletes nre wprking I hnrd, keeping up their grades as ; they participate in sports during ' the fall senson. ; Cooleemee Elementary ; Kindergarten students, and ; tenchers hnd a wonderful field I trip to the Dixie Classic Fair. I Students watched Swifty Swine ; Swimming nnd Rncing Pigs, I Pets Overboard, nnd the Cus- ; tom Stock Dog shows. They ; saw many fnrm nnimals and I lenrned how hnrd fnrmers work to tnke care of those nnimnls, I They snw mnny of Ihe fruits I and vegetnbles fnrms provide, I Their favorite wns the Bnrnynrd . 1 Petting Zoo. Students thnnk the Jerusnlem nnd Cooleemee fire i Depnrtments for n fun-filled ! flre safety presentation, ! First grade is learning lo add ! in math using ten frames, Stu- 1 dents are learning lo write 1 number sentences. In rending ! students nre learning to use reading strategies to figure out unknown words. Students are practicing “Chunky Mon­ key." Tiiey identify chunks in words. In spelling students are rending nnd wrhing short vow­ el “1" words. They have learned ■ digrnph th nnd ck. In socinl I studies students nre lenming ■ nbout families, groups, and dif­ ferent cultures. Sccond grade hns been working with money. Students identified nnd counted groups of coins. In social studies they discussed fire snfety nnd en- . joyed n visit from the fire de­ partment. They are looking , forwnrd to a unit on matter in science. In fifth grnde students rend . They were nble to pick out the i;iexaggcrntions nnd figures of speech used in the story. They . tnlked nbout fnct nnd non-fnct , nnd how it relntes to the story . they are rending. In social stud- , ies, students will be learning nbout the five themes of geog- rnphy nnd ench will mnke their , own booklet nbout the landform . terms. They have been working , on multiplying decimals. Stu- , dents worked with multiplying • them with nnd without round- . ing, A unit on division is next. Upcoming events: Davie , County Schools Shpwcnse- . come see the CES tent down- , town Mocksville Saturday, 9-2; - Oct. 27, Early Release; Oct. 27- - 29, Teacher Workdays. , Students who remained on ' level four for September got to • hnve free play on the field. That • means that they d|d not hnve - to sign more than three infrnc- • tions in one week or turn cnrds in the lower grnde. Students played jump rope, hoola hoops, kickball, or just hung out whh friends. Congratulations to the Fantastic Fours. Soutli Davie Middle ' Tnmmy Essie is the new ns­ sistnnt principal. She replaces Candice Johnson has taken nn , elementary assistant principal . position in Forsyth County. South Dhas earned the status of Exemplar School ih the N.C. - Positive Behavior Intervention . & Support Initiative nnd will be recognized at n workshop Inter this yenr. Sixth graders on the Rockets team have been studying Greek mythology. Students completed projects in whicli they designed a product or service thnt n Greek god or goddess would advertise todny. Students crented n com­ mercial for the product. Many presented crentive videos nnd ,, the clnss enjoyed presenta­ tions which included Zeus' En­ ergy Drink, Demeter's Whole ; Grain Bread, Ares Exterminn- tors, Hades,Uitderground Hotel ,, and Apollo's Music Lessons. D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 - D 3 In seventh grade language nrts, students nre rending nr- ticles from an online mngn- zine. Tween Tribune, nnd tlien commenting on them. The students love it becnuse tliere is something for everyone’s in­ terests. Plus, they renlly enjoy posting their own opinions on the Internet nlong with other teens ncross the country. In seventh grade science, students took the C2Test which needs n pnrentnl signnture to ns­ sure the school is communicat­ ing students' needs. The next unit is on the ocean. Equation skills-building is the next mnth unit. Seventh grnders completed cnreer exploration activities us­ ing Futures 4 Kids (F4K), a web based program'designed to help students explore careers and clarify high school and college plans. Students met in a com­ puter lab nnd were led through exercises using F4K's Cnreer Cruising. They were given in­ terest and skill inventories,' and completed nn activity thnt linked middle school courses to careers. Students lenmed how they could translate their skills and interests into a career. Krysta Gary, counselor, provid­ ed students with login informa­ tion and encouraged students to visit the site often for more research. Mrs. Crowe's students are working on, 7 steps to being a good render. Tliey did a proj­ ect on sensory images where they read n descriptive pns.- snge nnd drew n picture of their pnssnge. They prncticed mnk­ ing connection to their rend- ing. Oct. 4 Knren Crowe held a session for parents on how • they could help their students be better readers.. Beta Club induction was Mondny night during P'rSA. The club is prepnring to Inunch its nnnunl food drive for the Storehouse fpr Jesus. The Tiger Singers will be one pf the mnny grpups tp tnke the stage at the Dnvie Counly Schools Showcase on Oct. 16 nt I p.m. Sixth, seventh, and eighth grnde choristers will combine for'this performnnce highlighting Americnn Jazz music. The cast of the winter musi­ cnl thentre production will per- fonn h number from The Big Bnd Musicnl.. Brenda Mosko, choral director, iiivites every­ one. Ten students have been se­ lected to serve as peer media­ tors. They learned active listen­ ing skills, negotiation slrnt'e- gies, nnd hnve prncticed prob­ lem solving techniques in a mini-workshop conducted Oct. 7. Mediators will work with fel­ low students to resolve conflict and improve peer relationships. Krysta Gary nnd Knrn Senford, art teacher, will assist with the program. Junior' Civitan Club is col­ lecting Toys for Tots during November. Nov. 20 from 8 n.m.-noon, South Dnvie nnd Junior Civi­ tan will host the annunl county Snncks for Snntn. Veternns nre invited to n Vet­ ernns Dny Assembly Npv. 4 nt 1:30 p.m. If you'nre n veteran and able to nttend, notify the school by Oct. 27. A reception will follpw in the medin center. Young children from thew community will be in Trncy Cnrter’s eighth grnde 4"' & 5"' period classes on Oct. 13 and 15 for "piny school” ns n cul- minntion of child development activities. South has been selected by NC Beautiful to receive a beautification prize of 40 azaleas for use in the group's 2010 Bentitification projects. The avynfd is pnrt of NC Benutiful’s 25"> nnnunl Aznlen Celebration, which rewards North Cnrolina Community groups for improving their cpmmunities thrpugh creative landscape prpjects. ‘■‘Azaleas will help beautify the campus and allow our students the opportunity to enhance the school groimds," snid Keitii Whitnker, principnl. South will plnnt its azaleas the week of Oct, 17.'The gonl is to show pride in being a SDMS Tiger nnd give bnck to the school. The annual Aznlen Celebrntion, developed nnd ndministered by NC Benutiful nnd sponsored by WRAL-TV5 nndMix 101.5 Rndioin Rnleigh, has awarded more than 210,000 pinnts to npproximately 3,200 non-profits in its 25-year history. For more informatipn about programs in which coitimunity, schools, and residents can pnrticipnte, contact NC Benutifiil nt PO Box 10155, Raleigh,, NC 27605, or visit WWW,ncbeaiilifiil.org. Pinebrook Elementary Kindergnrten cinsses are Please See Schools - Page D5 Davie Family YMCA Exercise your muscles and your heart. J o i n t h e Y . Donate 5 or more canned/bgjted food items for a local child and save up to $50 o ff the joining feel* Doniitions l)»Mit‘fit A Storehouse for Jesus, bolpinjj fc'ed loi .il I D 4 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d n y , O c t . 1 4 , 2 0 1 0 Laura Schwiebert and Elizabeth Hill Instruct Shady Grove teachers on the benefits, techniques, and tools of the IVC. Karen White, Autumn Anderson, Dana Queslnberry, and Allison Callahan see how the IVC al­ lows their students to travel areas of the US and the world from right here in Davie County. Shady Grove Teachers Learn Technology Benefits Kindergarten teachers, Laura Foster and Sharon Godbey, enjoy watching students interact with other classrooms using IVC. Shndy Orove Elementary is progressing quickly in the world of technology with the help of IVC, the Internet Video Conferencing. Previously, when studying certnin locntions or issues, stu­ dents only hnd nccess to books or videos, If they wnnted hnnds on experiences, n field trip would be pinnned. Yet even this wns limited due to expens­ es, locntions, nnd time. With the IVC, students nre able to tnke n virtuni trip to n locntion, hnvo personnl inter- nction with others, nnd experi­ ence live video communicntion witli others not only in Dnvie County, but nround the world. IVC is n menns to connect the cinssroom to other clnss­ rooms and locntions nround the world. It nllows students to talk with others and perform exper­ iments with other student who mny be in nnother country. Shndy Orove hns partnered with Mocksville nnd Willinm R. Dnvie elementnries to be nble to communicate with ench other in the classroom. Students nre nble to tnke a virtual tour of places such as the Cleveland Metro Pnrks Zoo nnd have in­ teraction with a pnleontologist. Dr. Dinn Might. They would actually be speaking fnce to face with the students nnd the students would be nble to nsk nny questions. IVC permits tenchers to ex- pnnd on tenching methods nnd permits students to visit places and discuss issues with stu­ dents thnt they mny otherwise never hnve opportunitie.s to do so. Other locnlions include Ihe Smithsonian American Art Museum, NC School of Sci­ ence nnd Math, NASA Digital Learning Network, NC Mu­ seum of Naturnl Sciences, Co­ lumbus Zoo, Ihe National Park Service. This system collaborates wilh the classroom nnd the agency lo be able to do inter­ active cxperimenis ns well. Recenlly a clnss ordered items nccessnry for nn experiment on mntter. They were nble to use IVC to connect with the NC School of Mnth nnd Science and perform the experiments in their cinssroom with assis­ tance from the instructor who wns locntcd nl Ihe NC School of Mnlh nnd Science. The stu­ dents received hands on expe­ rience, were nble lo perform their cxperimenis, nnd lenrn about matter nil from their cinssroom. They would not hnve been able lo hnve such n Icnning experience without Ihe help from IVC. Shady Grove’s goal is to increase Ihe use of internctive video wilhin Ihc cinssroom. This will not only further Ihe educntion of Ihe students on local or state issues, but permit . Ihem lo experience areas of Ihe world tliey may nol have an opportunity lo visit in Ihe near future. I The teaching staff learn how their students are able to visit places such as the Grand Canyon threw the National Park Service without ever leaving their classroom. Hailee Dunn, Christine Page, Savannah Beeker, Jaylen Dalton show what they've Nathan Brooks, Joni Baker, Garrett Surratt, Sandi Lipscomb and Zymier Lewis are learned about apples and pumpkins at Cornatzer Elementary. ready to taste one of the fall treats. CZE 2nd Graders Learn About Fall You know Ihal Fall is in the air when second graders at Cornntzer Elemen­ tnry School hnve their nnnuni Pumpkin nnd Apple Dny. The students hnve been lenrning nbout the life cycle of these Iwo fruils, nnd Apple nnd Pumpkin Dny is n time for them to lenrn more new fncts. Wilh the help of a team of pnrent volunteers, students moved around to specinl centers, where they weighed nnd measured pumpkins, gol lo tnste npple nnd pumpkin food products nnd then graph their favorites, played bin­ go, mnde npple pnint prints, lenrned about some of the vnrieties of apples, and even visiled a touch nnd feel center where Ihey hnd lo guess whnt gooey mystery foods they were feeling in a covered bowl. , The morning wns n huge success nnd n grent wny for pnrents, sludenls and lencliers lo internet in n positive lenrning environment, tenchers snid, ) ^ >■ J musi be presented at time ol stion: No miilllplslransacilons per coupon. Expires Ш1/10 Zamari Summers, Pacey Correll and Au­ tumn Williamson Inspect pumpkins. Schools... Continued From Pngc D3 lenrning nbout the fnrm nnd farm animals. Students arc writing about these animals in . journals. It is exciting to see students use Letlerlnnd chnrnc- lers in their writings, Students are lenrning how lo write letters nnd say the nnme of Ihe letter nssociated wilh the.Lelterland- ers. The students are beginning lo feel like readers hs they use sight work and Ihe Letteriand sounds they learned. In math, students are learning Ihrough cnlendnr time ench morning. First grnders in Mrs. Hen­ drix’s and Mrs. Levan’s class have been working hard ori the writing process. They began by brainstorming things they enjoy about fall. Sludenls cre­ ated flow maps with a begin- • ning sentence, three idens with details nnd an ending sentence. Next the children wrote their rough drafts and then it flnni copy. During reading Ihe chil­ dren lenmed nbout nnimnls you might see on a safari while rending "Animal Park”. Stu­ dents enjoyed the songs nnd nctivities Ihnl went along wilh the, slory. The children have' been learning math concepts including adding two nnd three numbers together, finding missing addends, and identi- . fying odd and'evin numbers. October is Fire Siifeiy Month. Sludenls are learning how to prevent fires and how lo slay safe if there is a fire. They are completing a booklet, doing Smart Bonrd activities nnd will gel lo visit with firefighters from tho county. Tho second grnde classes of Mrs. Harpe, Ms. Howard, and Mrs. Potts have boon work­ ing on addition fncts, counting money, problem solving, nrid measuring iri math. The rend­ ing slory, “The Strongest One” •reminded that all hnve differ­ ent strong talents. Ms. How- ard’s class perfqnned a play. Some have be'gim rending eariy chapter books, likfc'The Magic Tree Hotise, In science they aro discussing Ihe fall season. They declared Friday “Apple Day” and nre using apples lo enhance studies of math mea­ surement, art stamping, read­ ing comprehension, contrac­ tions, and describing words in writing. In math students hnve been working on addition and subtraction number sentences, telling lime, counting money, making and reading bar graphs. Ms. Howard’s class completed an experiment comparing stu­ dents’ height to their arm spnn. Students mensured ench other wilh links nnd compnred their results ns a class. This week in Ms. Micale’s class Ihe sludenls will be working in groups to perform short plnys. The plnys include “Where the Wild Things Are”, “Ooldilocks". “The Red Bal­ loon” and, “The Lion and the Mouse”. Christine Bralley, the town manager of Mocksville, spoke to the class about local government, which is what students are reading nbout in socinl studies. They nre con­ tinuing a unit on money, im­ plementing real life situations, by using catalogues nnd menus in activities. Students in fourth grade gol to experience a visit from Sen, Andrew Brock. He discussed aspects of his job, as well as information related to North Cnrolina. Students learned wliere ideas for bills origi­ nate; some of Ihe bills Brock has worked on, and a little bit about the process of how a bill becomes a law. Students got an opportunity to ask questions nbout Brock’s job. During October, Pinebrook will collecting coats, scarves, hats and gloves for kids at Pinebrook and A Storehouse for. Jesus in Mocksville. Dur- Ing November the school will collect cnnned food for the Storehouse. Career Month will be in No­ vember and Cultural Aware­ ness Month will be in Febru­ ary, More information will be coming in ^ture releases. The following are PBIS Award Winners for Ihe week of Oct. 4; Tyler Hutchens, Kendal Carter, Madison Riggs, Naa Smith, Cotly Beane, Da- vin Knuserud, Aldan Dixon, Maz Bnhgat, Tyler Dny, Hnn­ nnh Newman, Ethnn Woolnrd, Xnvier Steed, Jncob Lucas, Jnson Sink, Pnrker Lipscomb, Lizzie Jones, Kavin King, Tif- fani Lengerich, Cyrus Win­ chester, and Joseph Patlcrson. They will be receiving exirn time nl Ihe bnsketbnll courts. The school sold almost .$9,500 nt Ihe fnir for n profit of nimost $2,400. Mrs. Young wns pleased lo be nble to give nwny $225 in books to stu­ dents. The nmount sold is n little less thnn Inst fnll. : o o ^WASHESd I ^ T o u c h le s s or<^ I B r u s h w a s h I ^ M o c k s v i l l e ^ , A u t o P r i d e ", C a r W a s h ★ O P E N 24 H O U R SI * N. Yadkinville Rd. 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Angel Food Ministries, a nationwide program оГГеНп); low cost food relief to anyone who would like to .save money on their sroccry bill, cnn make a difTercnce! If you or .someone you know nee<ls help - check out Angel Food Ministries at Jericho church of Christ. Local host site: .lerieho CImrch of Christ, 124 Davic Academy Rd For information: call 492-5291, visit www.jcrichotoday.com O rd e rs m ay b e p lac e d o n lin e tiiro u R h O c to b c r 17 iir a t tlie follow ing tim es & locntlnn.s: 'I'h u rs d a v . O ct. 7 & O c t. 14, fro m 11-12:30 o r .S niurdnv. O c t. 9 & O c t. 16, fro m 11-1:00 a t th e H iih ltu t R«St<ii-t! iir S im ilui:, O c t. 10 & O c t. n fro m 12-1:00 u l .le ric lio c h u rc h o f C h rist Menus and info also avuiiubic: Jcricho church building, Storehouse for Jcsus, and Davic Co. Senior Ccnier. Last duV to order is Sunday. October I?'" Food-Plckun-is Saturday. 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S _ 2 w w w .B en M y n a tlN issa n .co m m Fundraisers Saturday, Oct. 16 'Client Show Competition, spon­ sored by Davic Heritage Founda­ tion, 6 p..m„ VFW in Cooiceincc, witii prizes. Cnii 336-692-8632 or 704-650-6140 for registration details. Ticitcts: $5 in advnnce, $7 nt tiie door. Onk Grove Church BBQ & Chickcn P)c Supper & Crnft Snic, 5 p.m. iintii, 1994 US i58, Mocksviiie. Cropping For A Cure, at WRD Elementary, begins 10 n.m. Aii day event witii prizes, iuncii, rafiics, nnd snie items. All proceeds to Susnn b. Komen,Foundation nnd pro. Register by Oct. 9 by calling 492-6364. 9th Annuni Cntfish Fry, nt Rivcr- Park, Cooleemee Falls "Tho Bull- iiole", 11 n.m, til 2 p.m. Tickets: $7 npieco.kids lish piatcs$3 .To benefit “Tlio Builhoie". , Ynrd Sale, 7 n.m til 12 noon, at CalVnry Bnpt. Church on Davie Acndemy Rd. Ail proceeds to mis­ sions. Ynrd SnIc, begins 8 a.m. lo 1 p.m. at Church of Ood of Prophecy, 2323 US60I S.,Mocksviiie. Holdop wiii bo'sold. Proceeds to church building fund. Info; 704-637-8814. Drive Thru HoldogSnlc,at Chest­ nut Grove UMC, 2812 US 601 N„ 'Mocksviiie from 11 a.m. til 1 p.m. Donntions nccepted. Proceeds to lo­ cal missions. Sponsored by Chestnut Grove UMC Women. Hnm & Snusnge Brenkfnst, nt Wesley Chnpel Church. Grits, red eye gmvy, snusnge gmvy, eggs, bis­ cuits nnd baked apples • $6. Serving 6:30-10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 1 7 Sons of Thunder; gospel quartet at ElbavilloUMC,2595NC801 Soulh. Advance, 7 p.m. Lovo offering to be taken to benefit Angel Project. Light refreshments served. Monday, Oct. 18 Fundraiser, spon.sorcd by Davic Co, Qiiiit Guild, 6:30, Davio Sr. Cenler, Mocksvillo. Boutique items, lumdmnde quilted items, nnd more. For info; 940-3186. Saturday, Oct. 23 '5th Annuni Dnvie Hospitnl Golf Tournament, nt Pudding Ridge Golf Course, 12 lunch, 1:30 sliot gun start, donations ncceplcd. For moro info:www.daviehospilal.org or call 998-4409. Fundrniscr & Movie, at First UMC, Mocksville,? p.m. at Family Life Centcr. “Wesley" award winning- independent film featured at special event to niise funds for holiday mis­ sion projects. For info: 7.51-2503. Saturday, N ov. 6 Chicken Stew,sponsorcd by Farm­ ington Fire Dept., 4-7 p.m. at Ihc dept. Donations wiil go townrds fire . dept, auxiliary. Saturday, Nov. 13 Church Ynrd Snie, at Engle Heights, 852 US 64 West, Mocksville (behind Sonic), 7 n.m. til 2 p.m. For tnbie rentnis and donntions cnli (336) 753-8384. W ednesday, Nov. 24 Boston Butts Pork Ronsts Fund- rniser,sponsorcd by Sheffleid Caia- haln VFD, $20 each, Must order in udvance before Nov. IS. Rendy for pick-up Nov. 24 betvveen4*6 p.m.at station, 435 Dyson Road. To order: 704-546-5603. Sunday, Dec. 5 Rnfile, to benefit nnnual Sheffieid- Calnhan Vol. Fire Dep.t Children’s Christmas Party, drawing nt party, need not be present to win, tickets $1 each or 12 for $10. For info: 462-1416. Ongoing Cooleemee Clvltnns BBQ Chick­ cn, 3rd Fri. of each monlh, nt Cool­ eemee Civitan Bidg., Cooleemee. Serving 1/2, chicken, BBQ slaw, baked beaiis, roll & pound cnke. $7 pet plate. Reserve your plate, sign up at Cooleemee Hardware or call 284-2196 or284-2030. Will deliver order of five (5) or more. Proceeds lo help pay for Cooleemee Civitan Comm. Bidg. Reunions Sunday, Oct. 1 7 Gnither Reunion, descendants of iJoah Spurgeon Gaither & Mnry Ann Gnither Nichols, 12:30 p.m. nt Clarksbury UMC fellowship hall. Picnic lunch 1 p.m, (paper products will be furnished). Family records wiil be updated during reunion. ■Religion Sunday, Oct. 17 Annuni Rninbow'n!n,nl Friendsiiip Missionary Bnpt. Church, Cool­ eemee, 4 p.m. For info: 284-2413, Sons of Thunder, gospel quartet nl Elbaville UMC.2595NC 801 Soulh, Advnnce,7 p.m. Love offering to be , taken to benefit Angel Project. Light refreshments served, Sun.-W ed., Oct. 17-20 RevivnI, nt Edgewood Bnpt. Church, Cooleemee, wilhguestspeaker, Sun. night begins 6 p.m. nnd each night after begins 7 p.m. W ed.-Frl., Oct. 20-22 Fall RevivnI, at Refuge Community Church, Cooleemee, 7 p.m. nightly wilh guest speakers. Thursday, Oct. 21 Trash to Treasure Brunch, pre­ sented by W-S Christian Women’s Club at Bermuda Run Country Club, 9:30-11:30 n.m., Si2, reserve place by Ocl. 18 by calling 940-6885 or 760-4253. Ongoing AfterSclioolCnre, Advance UMC, K-5lh,Aug.25,2009-June 10,2010, 3-6 p.m., Cost: $140 per month, for more info or to register: 998-0199 or 998-4872. MOPS (Mothers ofPreschoolers), 1st and 3rd Fri. of every monlh during traditional school year,9:30- 11:45 n.m., Cornerstone Christian Church, 1585 NC 801 North, Mocksville, 998-0600. H 20 (His to Own), new minislry at Jenisalcm Bapt. Church, 3203 US 601 S..Mocksviilc, On Wednesdays at 7 p.m. for 18-29 year olds who are college, single, or mnrried. We cover topics pertinent & interesting to Ihis nge group. Awnnn, every Wed, evening 6:30-8 p.m. nt Eagle Heights Church. The Life & Tenching of Jesus, presented by Mocksville Scventh- Dny Adventist Church, Mon. & Thurs. nt 7 p.m., nt 407 Milling Rd., Mocksville. Free ndmission. For info; 704-876-3665. AWANA & Youth Progrnm, iit Ijames Bapt. Church, ench Sun. evening 5:45-7:30 p.m., ages four through sixth grade. Info: 492- 6434. Women’s Discussion Clnsses, two classes held weekly at Jericho Church of Christ, Tues. 10:30 a.m. and Wed. 7:30 p.m. No cost for malerials. Ail women invited. Women’s Bible Study, every Wed. 5-6 p.m., in a homo nenr Milling Rond nrea, All women welcome. Info; 751-5229. Women’s Study Group, Phase 2, on Biblical women, presented by Hannah's Ministries. Free & held every sccond Snt. of cnch monlh, 10-11 n.m. Ail welcome, info: 940-5149. CnrcNct Counseling Centers, nt First Bnptist Church, 390 N. Main St., Mocksviiie. Offers inter-de- nominntlonalcOunseiing.'Academi- ' cailylrained, certified counselors & menlnl henlth professionals. Info. & appt. 751-2041. Prcscliool/Pnrents Morning Oul, Bethlehem United Melh. Time; 9 a.m.-noon. Ages 1 & 2 - M.W or T, Th. Ago 3 - M,T, Th. Ago 4 & Pre-K - three or four days per week. Call 998-6820. Preschool, nt Cenler United Melh. , Church, 2 dnys per week or 4 dnys per week (4 yr. oid class); 2 days per week (3 yr. old class); 2 dnys per week (2yr. old class) 8:30-11:30 a.m. Phone 940-3753. Awnnn & Bible Study, Wednes­ days nt 7 p.m., Hope Bnptist Tab­ ernacle. Spe_cial. Events Friday, Oct. 15 Fnll FestlvnI,6-9 p.m.at Believer’s Sonship Tabernacle, 1705 Angell Rd., Mocksville. Saturday, Oct. 16 • Rescheduled Bcach Concert,Part- Time PartyTime Bnnd,7-9:30 p.m. at Junker’s Outdoor Theatre. Holidny Gift Fnir, 9 a.m. til 2 p.m'. nt Mocks UMC fellowship hall .Ad­ vance (cornerof Mocks Church and Beauchamp roads). Lots ofgift giv­ ing idens and featured products. Fnll FestlvnI, nt Bailey’s Chnpel UMC, 4-7 p.m. Gnmes, hnyrides nt 4 p.m., entertninment, liotdogs, hnmburgers, gospel music 6 p.m. Bring Inwn chairs. W ednesday, Oct. 20 Afrlcnn-Americnn Community History Symposium, 1:30-3:30 p.m. nt Davie Co. Library. Event is free, no registration required. For info: (910) 890-2535. . Monday, Oct. 25 Ping Pong Tournnment, 5 p.m. at Brock Gym, cost $5. Must pre-register by Ocl. 20 by cniling 751-2325. Sunday, N o v 21 Chrlstmns with Emile Pnndolfl, 7 p.m. nt Brock Pcrfonning Arts Cir., 622 N. Mnin Strcei, Mocksviiie. Adults $15, sludenlsAseniors $13. Box office; 751-3000. Ongoing ' Live Music & Dnncing, every Sal. night bluegrnss, at Sheffield Music Hall, call 704-546-3099 for info. Coffee House, 4th Sun. each month, 7 p.m., at Comatzer UMC. . Good coffee, good fellowship, & good music. Fnrmington Fnrini|r’s Mnrket, Saturdays 8 a.m. til I p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14 Living Will & Henlth Cnrc Power ot Attorney, free informntion ses­ sion, 1 p.m.at Davie Library. Please RSVP to 753-0212, Presented by Hospice & Pallatlvc CareCenter. Tuesday, Oct. 26 Red Cross Blood Drive,’2-6;30 p.m., Davie Public Library, Mnin Street,Mocksviiie.Sponsored by 1st Presbyterinn Church.CnII 751-1506 for appt. time. Greal snacks. Dnvie Co.TVnn.sportntion Drop-In Session, Northwest Piedmont RPC wants your opinion on new draft state transportation improvement program for Davie, come by Davie Co. Commissioners Chamlicrs, II n.m til 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28 FREE Adulls Bnck to College Workshop, 1 p.m. nt the Brock Performing Arts Cenler, 2nd floor conference room. Sponsored by Educntionnl Opportunity Center. Ongoing Spny-Neutcr Clinic, 2nd Wed. o ench monlh by tiie Humane Society of Davie Counly, affordable spay- ncuter surgery for cats and dogs. Call 751-5214 to mnke reservation and for details. Free Monthly Dlnbetes/Blood Pressure/Cholesterol Screenings, last Fri. of ench month in 2009 at WnlMnrt, 9 a.m. til 12 noon. Spon­ sored by Dnvie Lion’s Club. Fnrmington Fnrmers Mnrket, now open Snt. 8 a.m. til I p.m. nnd Wed. 5-8 p.m. Locnl produce & homemnde items, location; 1723 Fnrmington Rd., Mocksviilc. Visit Cooleemee’s M ill Villnge Museum, 14 Church St., Wed.-Sat. 10 a.m. til 4 p.m.Toiits alsoavnilable by appt. Cnii 284-6040. Storytlmes, at Davie Co, Library: Tues. lOn.m. & Fri. 11 n.m.-.stories, songs, fun for presciiooiers. 1st Sat. of evety monlh - stories/activities for kids of all ages. Al Cooleemee Branch: every other Fri. 10:30 n.m, (cnii or check website for dntes). At Hillsdnle UMC; every other Fri. 10 n.m. (call library or check website for dates). Specini Olympics of Dnvie Counly, play nctivities & fun nite, Wednes­ dnys at Brock Bidg. Piny activities 6-7 p.m. Fun Nite 7-8:30 p.m. Open to nil persons wilh disabilities & Iheir families. Meetings Tuesday, O ct. 19 Dcmocrntlc Women of Dnvie, 6 p.m. at Mocksville Library. Friday, Oct. 22 Dnvie High Clnss of 1976, meet for supper al Sagebrush, 7 p.m. Ongoing Dnvie Beekeepers Assoclntion, second Monday of every month, 7 p.m., 114 Doctor Slate Drive, MocksvilIe(EMS building). Visitors welcome. To find out more info; WWW,daviebeekeepers.org Davie Quilters Guild, 3rd Mon. of each month, for info; 492-2000. VFW Post4024,7p.m„2ndTues, each montli, VFW Hut, Snnford Av­ enue, Mocksville. Eligible members welcome. Como early for refresh­ ments. For info call 492-7521. Trium ph Parenting Clusscs, Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m., call for info: 751-5636. Humnne Society of Davic Co., bi­ monthly meetings 2ndTues. of every even-numbered monlh, nt Humnne Society Adoption Cenler,290 Enlon Rd. Cnii 751-5214 for info. Advnnce Gnrdcn Club, 2nd Tues. each monlh, Bnnk of Ihe Carolinas, NC 801,1p.m. Hillsdnle Sunrise Rotnry Club, ever)’ Thurs. at 7 a.m., Bermuda Village. Dnvie Co, FrnternnI Order of Police Lodgc94,3rdTues. of every month,? p.m.,Zeko’s Reslauranl. Dnvie Co.Rcpubllcnn Pnrty, every third Tues. of monlh, 7:30 p.m. in Davie Co. courthouse. Dnvic Amateur Rndio Club, Ist Tuesday of each monlh, 7 p.m., Davie Co. Hospital Training Room. Public welcome, Dnvie Co, Kcpublicnn M en’s Fcderntlon, second Thurs. of every monlh, 6:30 p.m., Ari’s Restaurant, Mocksviiie, For info; 909-3534. Davic Historical & Genealogical Society, 4lh ^^les.. 7 p.m., Davie Library. Mocksville Lions Club, I st Thurs­ day, 7 p.m., fellowship hall of St. Francis of Assisi, Yadkinviiie Rond, Mocksviiie (bonrd meeting contin­ ues ist & 3rd Thurs., 6 p.m.). Al-Anon Fnmily Group, at Mace­ donia Moravian Church, N.C. 801 N., Advanco, Sundays 8 p.m., Rm. 225 (above feliowship luill), Al- Anon is n group lhat helps families & friends of nlcohollcs. Cooleemee Womens Civitnn Club, meets 4lh Thurs. of each month, 7 p.m. Cooleemee First Bapt. fellow­ ship iinll, 204 Mnrginal St., Cool­ eemee. All area ladies invited. For furtlier info; 336-284-4795; Stltch-In, a gathering'of crafters at Mocksviiie Librnry, second Wed. of cach month, 7-8:15 p.m. Bring your portable project an all your best lips nnd tricks to share. Info: 751-2023. Alzheimer’s Support Group, 2nd Tuesday of each month, 5:30 p.m., at Davic Sr. Services, Mocksvllie. Info: 753-6230. Davie Civitnn Club meets 4th Thurs, of ench month, Feb.-Oct., 7 p.m., at Hillsdale Bapt. Church, Hwy. 158. All visitors welcome. NAACP Community Awareness Meeting, every 4th Mon. of each month, 7 p.m., at Shiloh Bnpt, Church. Center ECA Cluh meets 3rd Tues­ dny of ench monlh, at CenlerComm. Bidg., 7:30 p.m. Plense join us. Dnvie Co. Hospilnl Auxilary, every second Tues., in bonrd room, 6 p.m, Dnvie Business Women’s Associn- lion, 1st Wed. of cnch month, 12 noon,atSunTnistBnnk, Vnlley Bank Brnnch location. Open to all Indies interested in networking. Davie County Horse Emergency Rescue Team, 7:30 p.m., down- slnirs at the Agricultural Building, Mocksviilc. Every 3rdTuesday ench month. For info; 940-2111, Dnvic Co. Bnnd Boosters, meets 2nd Tuesday of month, 7:30 p.m., Davic Higli Band Room. Christinn Dusinessmcn’s Comniit- teeofMocksviile,Tluirsdnys,7a.m. Mocksviiie Rotary Hut. Gold Wing Touring Assoclntion, Red Pig Barbccuc, Greasy Corner, N.C. 801 al U.S. 601,6 p.m. 284- 4799. Cooleemee Recrcntion Assocln­ tion, Znchnry House, 1st Tuesdny, 7 p.m. Centcr Community Develop­ ment, 3rd Mon.,7 p.m. Community Bidg. Cooleemee Town Bonrd, 3rd Monday,Town Hall, 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Cooleemee AA, behind, Good Shepherd Episcopal, Tues. & Fri., 8 p.m. North Cooleemee nnd CInrk Rond Council, 2nd Wednesdny, 7 p.m. Meeting in different members homes. Mocksvllie AA, closed non-smok­ ing meeting, nt St. Francis of Assisi Ciiurch fellowship hali, 862 Yadk­ inviiie Rd., Mocksviiie. Thursdny, 7 p.m. Info; Jan 753-6863. Dnvic Doii)estic Violence Services nnd Rnpe Crisis Ccnter. Offers weekly support group for domestic violence & sexual assnult victims. ThegrinipmcetseveryTucs.evenlng from 5:30-7 p.m. Plciise cnll office for locntion, 751-3450. Sons of Confederate Veternns, ist Mondny, Cooleemee Historical Building, 7 p.m. Mock-svillcRolary Club,Tuesdays, 12; 10 p.m., Rotary Hut. Fnrmington Mnsonic Lodge No. 265,2nd Mondny, 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Dnvic Co. United Wny Bonrd of Directors, 4lii Mondny, 5:30 p.m., Brock Cenler Annex, Conf. Room 208. Dnvic High Athletic Boasters, 3rd Mondny, 7 p.m., school cafeteria. Fnrmington Ruritnn Club, 2nd Thursdny, 7:30 p.m., Fnrmington Melhodist church. HELPS Ministries, Christian re­ covery program forwomensexually abused as children. Mondays, 7:30 p.m.,41 court Square, Room 210. YIVICA For more information, call 751- 9622, visit www.davie.ymcanwnc. org, or come lo the YMCA for n lour. Youth Basketball For boys & giris (ages 3-4). intro to game along wilh skills and develop­ ment drills. League meets Snt. at YMCArncquelbnll court.Cost: $40 members, $50 potential members. Registration: Sept. l-Oct. 21. Swim Lessons For ages 6 months to 100 years we have ongoing swim lessons. Sat. morning, Tues. and Thurs. eivenings, Mondny mornings or privnte lessons. Cheerleading (Ages 5-12) Pnrticipnnts wiil be placed on squad willi volunteer coach. Wiil practicc evety day. Youth Basketball For girls 5-15 & boys 5-18. Partici­ pants wiii be placcd on lenm wilh volunteer coach & hnve scheduled games. Indoor Soccer (4-15) Lenge formal,participants wiii beon tenm with volunteer coach nnd have scheduled games on Sat. at Dnvie County Senior Services located at 278 Meroney St., Mocks­ ville unless otherwise noted. Call 753-6230. Ongoing Sr.Lunchbox,M,T,W, 11:30a.m., Th. & Fri., II a.m., lunch served daily. Quilting Club, every Monday, IOa.m. Bridge, every Friday, 2 p.m. SKIPBO, Wednesdnys, I p.m. Scrapbooking, every 2nd Tuesdny, 2 p.m. Dr.Dunn,Podintrist,ntSr.Services every three weeks,8:30n.m..plense call fordates. Free Blood Pressure Checks, once n month.nl 10:30 a.m. in the Nutri­ tion Site. Singing Seniors Chorus, Thurs­ days, 10 a,m. Scrabble, I p.m. every Monday. Texns Hold’Em -Thursdnys, 1 p.m. Grief Support Group, 1st & 3rd Tuesdnys nt 6 p.m. Sr. Book Club, every second Tues. pf the monlh, 12:30 p.m. Computer Clnsses - nre nvnilable. call for information. Arthritic Exercise - every olher Wed. 10:30 n.m. Low Impact Aerobics • Tues. & Thurs., 11 a.m. Fitness Equipment Room - open Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. til 8 p.m. Fri­ days 8 a.m. til 5 p.m. & Snt. 9 a.m. til I p.m. Tnbic Tennis - every Tues. 1-4 p.m. Art, Mondays 9 a.m. til 12 p.m. 'Ш Chi, Tuesdays (caii for sess- sion dates) Woodcnrving, Wed. 9-11 a.m. AdvnncedSilverllenlth Exercises, Mon., Tues., Wed.. 8:30 n.m. Mnnicures/Pedlcures,every Thurs, call for appt. & prices. Massnge Therapy, every 3rd Tues. Call for appt. & priccs. Current Social Dnncing,Thurs. II n.m, til 12 noon. Yogn. call for dales and sessions. Dunce Pnrty Aerobics, 5:30 p.m. on Tues. & Tiiurs. Friday, Oct. 15 October Gnthering, 2 p.m. nt Mocksville site, cost is free, with program on becoming more creative. Refreshments, Tuesday, O ct. 26 Pumpkin Cnrvlng,at the Farming­ ton site, 10;30a.m. See expert carver TimTrudgeoncarvcdelightful faces oul of pumpkins. Report DavIe Dateline Items By Noon On Monday Items for Davie Dateline should bo reported by noon Monday of the publication week, Cail 751 -2120 or drop it by Ihc office, at S. Main St. across from the courthouse. L E G A L N O T IC E S NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE COUNTY OF DAVIE SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY The County ol Davie has declared the following vehicles surplus and will oiler these vehicles lor sale at public auction at 5;30 p.m., Wednesday, October 27, 2010 at Ellis Auto Auction located at 2668 US Highway 601 South, Mocksville, NC, 1998 Ford Wlndstar- VIN; 2FMDA51U4TBB51273 1999 Ford Crown Victoria- VIN: 2FAFP71W0XX175514 1999 Ford Crown Victoria - VIN: 2FAFP71WXXX175522 1999 Ford Crown Victoria r M ETA L R O O F IN G 3’ Coverage • 40-h Colors OUR COLORS AHI ENCROr STM meo40 Year Warranty•I.SOO« TAX CREDIT AVAILABLE Call for price.s! 1-888-278-6050 MID-STATE METALS ol th e C arolinas, LLC www.mldslaleinelals.com VIN: 2FAFP71W2XXZ38676 2000 Ford Crown Victoria • VIN; 2FAFP71W8YX205665 2000 Ford Crown Victoria - VIN:2FAFP71W1YX204598 2001 Ford Crown Victoria • VIN: 2FAFP71W81X174909 2003 Ford Crown Victoria • VIN: 2FAFP71W53X110930 2003 Ford Crown Victoria - VIN;2FAFP71WX3X134107 2003 Ford Crown Victoria - VIN: 2FAFP71W93X109458 2003 Ford Crown Victoria - VIN:2FAFP71W73X110959 . 2002KlaSedona- VIN;KNDUP131526318252 2001 Mitsubishi Diamante - VIN; 6MMAP67P01T000544 2005 Ford 500 - VIN; 1FAFP28165Q172844 10-14-1tn H anis Pool & Supplies OpefdvlCtosl«*№Hli)er№|)b(^ Tt)mniy Ilms/OwnerOver 20 Yrs. 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SIMS, late of Davle County, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 23rd day of December, 2010, being three (3) months from the first day of publication or this notice will be pleaded in bar ot their recovery, Al| persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 23rd day of September, 2010. Cl^UblASIM S 3104 Wynnewood Dr, Greensboro, NC 27408 9-23-4Ш NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified Executor of the .Estate of GRETA A. SIHOLOWE, late of Davle County, this Is to notify all persona, first and corporailons having claims against said estate to present them to the undorslgned on or before the 23rd day of December, 2010, being three (3) months from the first day of publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of Iheir recovery. All persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 23rd day of September, 2010. RICHARD E, SIHOLOWE 22 Bayberry Piaccs Advance, NC 27006 fHARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law Ten Court Square Mocksville, NC 27028 9-23-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of Timolhy Joseph IRAHDY MILLER! &SONS SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 295 Miller Koad* Mocksvilic (336) 284-2826 • We Pump sceptic Tanks' Slate Cerltlled Inspector Skid Sloor Work Trencher Work Hauling Septic Syilems Foollngs Loader Work Sullivan, Jr., late of Davle County, North Carolina, the undersigned does hereby notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of said decedent to exhibit them to the undersigned at the office of their attorney at 110 Oakwood Drive, Suite 300, V\/lnston-Salem, NC 27103-1958, on or before the 23rd day ol December, 2010 or this no­ llce will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms, and corporations Indebted lo the said estate will please make Immedi­ ate payment to the undersigned. This the 23rd day of Septem­ ber, 2010. Mary P. Sullivan, Administra­ tor Estate of Timothy Joseph Sullivan, Jr, Cralge Brawley Llipfert & Walker, LLP 9-23-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administrator of the Estate of PRINTIS HUSTEN BARNEY- CASTLE, late of Davle County, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 30th day ol December, 2010, being three (3) months Irom the first day of publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. Ali persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 30th day of September, 2010, CHEYRELQ, BARNEYCASTLE 733 Bear Creek Church Rd. Mocksville, NC 27028 9-30-4Ш NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate ot PEGGY WILSON CORNATZER. aka Peggy Wilson Warden, late of Davle County, this Is to notify ail persons having claims against said estate present them to the undersigned on or before the 30th day of December, 2010, being three (3) months from the first day of publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar bf their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment lo the undersigned. This the 30th day of September, 2010. A U N JOYNER SYKES 1382 Pebble Drive Graham, NC 27253 9-30-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having ■qualified as Executor of the Estate of CAROL LAMAR TEETER, late of Davle County, this Is to notify ali persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before December 30, 2010, (be­ ing three (3) months from the first day of publication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded in bar ot their recovery. All persons, firms and corporations indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 30th day ol Septem­ ber, 2010. KAY L. TEETER Executor of the Estate of Carol L. Teeter c/o Teeter Law Firm 315 N. Spruce Street, Suite 275 Winston-Salem, NC 27101 9-30-4Ш S TE V E ’S RESIDENTIAL PAINTING Inlortor ЛП(1 EKtorior. Top qunlity w ork л< голвоплЫ о гл(оя. 336-782-5445 B e r m u d a M i n i ' s S e l f s t o r a g e 146 Commerce Dr„ Hillsdale (Behind A Cleaner World) 316-998-9661 5x5 up to 10x20 Stantdard & Climate Controiied CALL FOR OUR SPECIALS! NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of LILLIAN CAIN, late of Davle County, this Is to notify ail persons having claims against said estate lo present them to the undersigned on or before the 30th day of December, 2010, being three (3) months from the first day ol publication or this notice will bb pleaded In bar of their recovery. Ali persons indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 30th day of September, 2010. MAQALENE D. GAITHER 1938Hviy.64E Mocksviile, NC 27028 9-30-4Ш NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of SUE R. VAUGHN, late of Davle Counly, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 7th day of January, 2011, being three (3) months from the first day ol publication or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate wiil please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 7th day of October, 2010. CHRISTOPHER D. VAUGHN 158 Guy Gaither Road Harmony, NC 28634 10-7-4tp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of SARA WALKER SCOTT, late of Davle County, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned FIRSTCHOICEAUCTION - REALTY - HOIVIE IMPROVEfVIENT 336-399-1073 Firm License #7229 firstcholceauction.com ESTATE A U C T IO NREAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY ANTIQUES, GUNS, TOOLS, W/WII COLLECTIBLES Estate of JP Richardson, living & Wargie F. Richardson, deceased 400 Clayton Ave., Winston-Salem, NC Saturday, October 16, 2010 - 10a.m‘. DIRECTIONS (FROM WINSTON-SALEM); US52N lo Akfon Dfivo (Exit И2). Tufn Left onlo' -* .w ...,.^ u.,%1 .................... VIItxj U lu lan ti f nlonto Clayton Avonuo, (Watch for Sign») fltM -tS ia iE ; W«N cared ior homo with now thgrmo pano tilt-out windowf throughout, Four bodfo^omi, baiharid a half, Oifico with loparato «ntranco, Unattachod doublo car garano and singlo Mfpoft. Till* proporty Includoi anothor lot with Itt own city walor and lowor. Ifoom», bath and a half, Oifico wilh i< jlo, carport. Thl* proporty Includoi anotl Routor and Planer: Crafttman Routor Table and Biti’ S i r ' S i 5 " '2 Vd, Spolll9huA..o,,.d Pow.; CompfCMor; CfOM Cut Saw; Old ^Ooxo»; P’ ■" ............ jco &it Diivor Sol; Voctof 12 Volt SpotNoht; Ajiortod Power Propano Portable Heater; Soan Portablo 12 Volt Air r pow; yid yice; Tool Dokoi; Fiihlng Rod» & Roel»; Fl»hing Lure»; TackleOoxo»; Ploce Concrete WotVino Tool»; Yard Tool»; Carpentry Tool»; Antlquo Solderlna Iron; Hand Tool»; 8 Stop ladder; 2(J‘Exten»ion Ladder; Homellt« Chain Saw; Work Boncho»- Car > Chalr»(For Doll«); Lid»|; Old Camofa»: Msonod Cork» and Bottle Opener»; Old Cool er; CooVIo Pro»»; Mmlature Car»; Surround Sound Sy»teni»; Co»tun tr Miniature Antique Wood Stove; Old Po»tcard»j Old Sowino 8a»k< cW«»<ocordf:iayer;1920.Spool»; Antiauo Ty»; Se t & Popper Shaker»; Chlld'i Record Player;_______________ Jioin RnQ.no Wiftd Up Train EnQlno w/C#f* and Track; AnVque Cail Iron Griyhoun^Door St9p: Head .& Shculderi Clock; liO ’, 6' High Glilnot; FolcJinn Motal Mioh Chair;Framed Piin{i;X)il Painting»; Dollt; 49 Pioco Sot “Trola ;et; Woódón Thread Tubo Radio; Electric Greyhound - - . . ,------------------Jin Truck; Elvl»_____Zinc Lidy; Old Camera»: Assonod Cork» an<Grater; .Boko«; Sot: Silver Bowl»; Sterilrig Silver; Tom Claike Gnome»; Gla»> Lantern»: Oil Lamp»- Firekino- ^tiquo G a»»waro; Hobnatl; Enamolware: Antique Uton»ili (Somo Wooden Handle»): Coca Co a Coo or: Afrny Cot; Pyrex: ^ack oUucky Strike Cigarette» (Unopened In Sealed Lpckei’floK '^(| l'^^m unition and Monoy Pouch; US Navy WootJon Foot Locke for 8 plu» Serving Ploce»): W\\'ll Momorabilia; ,Old Fiddle;I- ... 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This the 7th day of October, 2010. JAMIE S. PARKER 1017 Yellow Daisy Dr. Stallings, NC 28104 10-71P NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the requirements of Article 20-B of Chapter 153-A of the General Statutes of North Carolina and Section 155,236 of the Davle County Code of Ordinances, thatlhe Davle C9unty Board of Adjustment will hold a Hearing In the Commissioners Room of the Davle County Administration Building, 123 South Main Street Mocksviiie, NC on Monday October 18, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. to hear the following request: A) Jesse M. Gentry Jr. has appealed a decision by the Zoning Enforcement Officer pursuant to §155,263 of the Davle County Zoning Ordinance. The sub)eot use/property Is located at 2992 NC Hwfy 801 North, Mocksviile, NC 27028 and Is furtherdescribed as Parcel ol the Davle County Tax Map C400000062. All parties and Interested citizens are Invited to attend said hearing at which time they shall have an opportunity to present facts and testimony In support of, or In opposition to, the appeal. Prior to the hearing, additional Information on an appeal may be obtained by visiting the Development Services Department weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and S:0o p.m. Monday through Friday, or by telephone at (338) 753-6050. Andrew Meadwell Planning Departmen 10-27-21П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE CO UN tY 4590 10-SP-63 AMENDED NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the power and authority contained In thal certain Deed of Trust executed and delivered by Tbmmy Ray Gaddy and Julie S. Gaddy, dated April 7, 2003 and recorded on April 7,2003, In Book No, 475, at Page 461 and re­ recorded on August 1,2005 In the Office ol the Register of Deeds of Davie County, North Carolina; and because of default In the payment of the Indeb-itedness secured thereby and failure lo carry oul and perform the stipulations and agreements MOVING SALE! its ii m e i o p i a m t . Hydrangea BECKNERSTREE NURSERY, CLEMMONS (US 1^8 jiist wtsi of Qmamm Rcstaun»nt,’î\irn on Sides St., riglit on Dcckner to private Uiive. OrectÜKHtseonritjit) HMim MJM. 9>l 14 V arieties All colors. Plants 2 years & older 7664590 399^378 rnike ofii/wiiml/iK 2 Days @ 2 (НГГсгеп! laculloiis YORKAUCTION.r»„, "NO ttV m 'S PREMIUM" A U C T I O N Rodney Lyim Broylilll «/, ш -.j Sat, Oct. 16,2010 @ 10 am 246 Troulmun Shoals Rd. * Statesville, NC 1-40 exit / /144, taki: Old Mt. Rd. South to ВиП'а1о Shoals Rd„ Right 10 Troutman Shoal.s Rd. 2 Chev, Corvcltes ♦ +/- 15 vlnlnue & modem Auto • 1950’s Cocn- Cola upright Vcmling Machine * vintnge Royal Crown Drink Цо.ч w/ raised letters * small Black Dliimond wood Cook Stove * 1930’s palmed Slepbaek Cupboard * Oak S Roll Top Desk • small Oak Dresser * vintnge Washing Maehino • II 92 National Cash Register * vintage “McCnskcy" Onk Store *1913 vintage Store Seales • Wnl. & Onk desk Chairs * 5 Oak Dressur.4 * Dep. Era Dresser, Dining Table, China Cabinet, Sideboard * Cedar Wardrobe • vintage I’hileo TV ♦ small vintage Emerson table Radio w/ wooden Art Deco cabinet • 2 vintage Coca-Cola Dottle Carriers • 2 vintage nictal Ice Chest • vintage Milk Shake Machine • old Fireplace Mantles * early 1900s' Ynckety Yack Year Books • modem Furniture * Spn.s ♦ Swinnning Pool * 2 Trailers ♦ Traclor * Farm Mach. • 6 Uonts ♦ Shop Toots unil AUCTION Wed, Oct. 20,2010 @ 1 pm 352,358, and 402 N. Center St. • Statesville, NC ' wo will selling Ihe remaining contents of these 3 houses fo r listing & color pictures, pkuse vlsU ««w.YORKAUCTION •I'um 704-546-2696 •• Harmony, NC ncal H 74 **•* shicc /9SS AuctionZip.com It 4569 contained therein and, pursuant to demand of the holder of the Indebted-iness secured by said Deed of Trust, the under-islgned Substitute Trustee will place for sale, at public auction, lo the highest bidder lor cash at the usual place of sale at Davie County Courthouse, Mocksville, North Carolina on October 21, 2010 at 1:30 PM that jiarcef of land, Including improvements thereon, situated, lying and being In the City of Mooksvllie, Counly of Davie, State of North Carolina, and being more .particularly described as follows: LAND SITUATED IN DAVIE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA DESCRIBED AS; BEING KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS LOT 13 AS SHOWN ON TH E MAP OF DEACON'S RIDGE AS RECORDED IN P U T BOOK 6, PAGES 60 AND 61 IN THE OFFICE OF TH E REGISTER OF DEEDS OF DAVIE CO UN TY NORTH CAROLINA, REFERENCE TO WHICH IS HEREBY MADE FOR A MORE PARTICULAR DESCRIPTION Address ot property; 247 Deacon Way, Mocksville, NC 27028 Present Record Owners: Tommy Ray Gaddy and Julie S. Gaddy The terms of the sale are that the real property hereinbefore described will be sold for cash to the highest bidder. A deposit ol five percent (5%) of the amount of the bid or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever Is greater. Is required and musl be tendered In the form of certified funds at the lime of the sale. In the event that the Owner and Holder or Its 'Intended assignee Is exempt from paying the same, the successful bidder shall be required to pay revenue stamps on the Trustee's Deed, and any Land Transfer Tax. The real property hereinabove described is b^lng offered for sale "AS IS, WHERE IS" and will be sold subject to all superior liens, unpaid laxes, and special assessments. Other conditions will be announced at the sale. The sale will be held open for ten (10) days for upsel bids as by law required. If Ihe Truslee is unable to convey title lo this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the deposll. Reasons of such Inablilly to convey include, but are nol limited to, the Illing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the sale and reinstatement of the loan wllhoui the knowledge of the Truslee. If the validity of the sale Is challenged by any-party, the Trustee, In Ils sole discretion, if It believes the challenge to have merit, may declare the sale to be void and relurn the deposit., The purchaser will have no lurther remedy. Additional Notice Where tho Real Prdperty is Residential With Less Than 15 Rental Units; An order for possession pf the properly may be Issued pursuant lo Q.S. 45-21.29 in lavor ol the purchaser and against the pai^ or parties In possession by the clerk of superior court of the county In which the property is sold., A ny person who occupies the property pursuant lo a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007,' may, after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreemenl upon 10 days' written notice to the landlord. Upon termination of a rental agreemenl, the tenant Is' liable lor rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination Any person who occupies the properly pursuant to a bona fide lease or tenancy may have additional rights pursuant to Tilie VII of 5.896 - Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act which became effective on May 20,2009. Dated; March 18, 2010 Posted: Witness: Assistant/Deputy Cierk of Superior Court David A. Simpson, PC., Substitute Trustee Attorney at Law Rogers Townsend & Thomas PC Attorneys for David A. Simpson, P.O., Substitute Trustee 2550 West Tyvola Road Suite 520 Charlotte, NC 28217 (704)697-5809 , 10-7-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of JOLETHA B. W EST late of Oavie County, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 7lh day of January, 2011, being three (3) months from the first day of publication or this notice wili be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 7th day of October, ■ 2010, WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE 4138 NC Highway 801 North Mocksviile, NC 27028 10-7-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC SALE Public Sale: Mocksviile Mlnl- Storage Intends to sell the contents of the following units In attempt lo collect unpaid renl and expenses. #114 Gina Foushee Teague, #161 Frankie Dale Bolen, Jr., #235 Cecilia Lane, #247 Myra Wilson, #258 Beatrice Vaughters, Public sale date: October 22, 2010 al 1:00 p.m. Household Items. No personal checks. Balance must be paid by Oot. 20, 2010 to avoid sale. 124 Eaton Rd., 336-751-2483. 10-7-21П S E P A R A T I O N ? D I V O R C E ? J. LaRoss Ketner Attorney at Law Family Law since 1996 336-940-3984 rossketner(ggmail.com Ï -- A U C T I O N O V E R 2 0 0 G U N S SUNDAY OCT. 17 AT 2:00 PM DOORS OPEN AT 10:00 AM West Central Community Center 6130 Yadkinville Rd PFAFFTOWN, NC 27040 SHOTGUNS - RIFLES - PISTOLS RARE WINCHESTERS - COLT PYTHON & 4Vs - SMITH & WESSONS - ROGERS LOTS OF MILITARY RIFLES W/BAYONETS - Ml GARANDS - CIVIL WAR CANNONS AND MUCH MOREII N.W,T,F. GUN RAFFELS ON THE HOUR L E I N B A C H A U C T I O N & R E A L T Y , L L C “THE ESTATE SETTLEMENT PROFESSIONALS” OWNER / AUCTtONEERy BROKER / APPRAISER - TODD A. LEINBACH ANTIQUES - COUECmiMS - FARM MACHINERY • REAL ESTATE (336) 764-5146 NCAL #5871 NCAFL #6856 NCREDL #19992 FQR MORE INFO, PHOTOS & DETAILS, PLEASE VISIT; ” ^ P i £ ] ^ [ ] ^ [ ^ ^ [ j 2 i n b a c h i | u c t i Q n s .c o m / 1 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY IN TH E GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR CO UR T DIVISION DAVIECOUNTY 10SP265 IN TH E MATTER O F TH E FORECLOSURE OF A DEED OF TR U ST EXECUTED BY DENNIS J. DRAMAN DATED MARCH 13, 2003 AND RECORDED IN BOOK 471 AT PAGE 529 IN TH E DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC REGISTRY NORTH CAROLINA NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of the power and authority contained In the above-referenced deed of trust and because of default In the payment of the secured indebtedness and failure to perform the stipulation and agreements therein contained and, pursuant to demand ol the owner and holder of the secured debt, the undersigned substitute trustee will expose for sale at public auction to the highest bidder lor cash at the usual place of sale at the county courthouse of said county at 10:00 AM on October 26, 2010 the foliowing described real estate and any olher Improvements which may be situated thereon, In Davie County, North Carolina, and being more particularly described as follows: Lying and being in Shady Grove Township, Davie County, North Carolina and beginning at an Iron lound, said Iron being the Northeast corner of Robert L. Fisher, Deed Book 71, Page 128, Parcel 7 and being the Southeast corner ol Randy G. Davis, Deed Book 170, Page 868, Parcel 6; thence with said Davis line North 00 degrees 20 minutes West 104.46 loel lo a nail at bent Iron: Ihence with said Davis line North 84 degrees 13 minutes 40 seconds West 105.44 feat to a nail at bent iron: thence wilh said Davis Line North 84 degrees 21 minutes West 103.93 leet to an Iron lound, said Iron lound being the Southeast corner of Larry E, Vogler, Deed Book 125, Page 280, Parcel 5; thence 'vyith said .Vogler line North 04 degrees 44 minutes East 148,94 feel to an Iron placed; thence a new line North 88 degrees 41 minutes 40 seconds West 221.65 leet to an iron placed, said iron placed being localed In the eastern right of way ol NG 801; thence North 01 degree 49 minutes 09 seconds East’85 feetlo a point; thence with said right ol way North 01 degree 37 minutes West 185.17 leet lo a nail placed, said nail placed being localed in the southern Intersection of Peoples Creek Road SR 1650 and NC 801; Ihence wllh said Peoples Creek Road North 81 degrees 30 minutes 50 seconds East 445.00 feet to a point; thence with said road North 85 degrees 39 minutes East 124.18 feel to a point; thence South 02 degrees 13 minutes 45 seconds East 762.43 feel wilh Roger E. Musgrave, Deed Book 17l, Page 18, Tract 1, Parcel 3 lo an Iron placed, said Iron placed being located in the Northern line of Michael L. Stacey, Deed Book 107, Page 804 Parcel 11; thence with said Stacey’ line North 83 degrees 11 minutes West 174.43 feet to a nail bent iron, said nail at bent iron being the Southeast corner ol Robert L. Flshel, Deed Book 71 Page 128, Parcel 7; ihence wilh said Flshel line North 00 degrees 14 minutes 30 seconds Wost 116.32 feet to the point and piace of beginning and containing 6.407 acres as surveyed by C. Ray Cates, on March 10,1994, Save and except thal 0.092 acre parcel conveyed to Yadkin Valley Telephone Membership Corporation In Deed Book 346, Page 138, Davle County Registry. And Being more commonly known as: 1807 People’s Creek Rd, Advance, NC 27006 The record owner(s) ot the property, as reflected on the records of the Register ol Deeds, Is/are Dennis J. Draman, The property to be oltared pursuant to this notice of sale is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance "AS IS, WHERE IS,” Neither the Trustee nor the holder of the nole secured by the deed of trust, being foreclosed, nor the officers, directors, attorneys, employees, agents or authorized representative of either Trustee or the holder of the nole make any representation or warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmental, health or salety conditions existing in, on, at or relating to the property being offered lor sale. Any and all responsibilities or liabilities arising out of or in any way relating to any such condition expressly are disclaimed. This sale Is made subject lo ali prior liens and encumbrances, and unpaid taxes and assessments including but not limited to any transfer tax associated with the foreclosure. A deposit of five percent (5%) of the amount of the bid or seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater. Is required and must be tendered in the form of certified funds al the lime of the sale. This sale will be held open ten days for upset bids as required by law. Following the expiration ol the statutory upset period, all remaining amounts are IMMEDIATELY DUE AND OWING. Failure to remit lunds In a timely manner will result In a Declaration of Default and any deposit will be frozen pending the outcome ol any re-sale. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR LEASEH OLD ;, TEN AN TS;.. If you are a tenant residing In the property, be advised thal an Order for Possession of the property may be Issued in favor of the purchaser. Also, if your lease began or was renewed on or after October 1, 2007, be advised that you may terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days written notice lo the landlord. You may be liable for rent due under the agreement prorated lo the effective date of the termination. The date of this Notice is Octobers, 2010. 10-007401 Grady I. Ingle Or Elizabeth B. Elis Substitute Trustee 10130 Perimeter Parkway, Suite 400 Charlotte, N0 28218 (704)333-8107 http://shapiroattorneys.com/nc/ 10-14-21П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIECOUNTY IN TH E GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIE COUN TY lOspSI IN TH E MATTER OF TH E FORECLOSURE OF A DEED OF TR U ST EXECUTED BY WAYNE MARTIN DRAUGHN, JR. AND PATRICIA H. DRAUGHN DATED JUNE 27,2006AND RECORDED IN BOOK 672 AT PAGE 364 IN TH E DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC REGISTRY, NORTH CAROLINA NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of the power and authority contained in the. above-referenced deed of trust and because of default In the payment of the secured Indebtedness and failure to perform the stipulation and agreements therein contained and, pursuant to demand of the owner and holder ol the secured debt, the undersigned substitute trustee wiil expose lor sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at the cgunty courthouse of said county at 10:00 AM on October 27, 2010 the lollowing described real estate and any olher Improvements which may be situated thereon. In Davle County, North Carolina, and being more particulariy described as follows: Beginning at a railroad spike in the center of SR #1313; northwest corner of Ricky L. Draughn (Deed Book ISO, Page 579) and lollowing SR #1313 the following courses and distances: North 29 degs 57 min 23 sec West 39.99 feet to a point; thence North 33 degs 18 mln 44 seo, West 53,54 feet to a railroad spike, southernmost point of the tract of Wayne H. Draughn (Deed . Book 132, Page 250); thence leaving SR #1313 and traveling North 61 degs. 21 mln. 05 sec. East 220.00 feet to a pin; thence North 61 deg. 21 min. 05 sec. East 156.34 feet to a nail; thence North 61 degs 21 mln 05 seo East 58.65 feet to a nail; thence South 36 degs 23 mln. 13 see. East,305.07 feet to a nail; thence South 85 degs 17 iiiin.'02 sec West 515.08 feet lo the point and place of beginning and containing 2.000 acres, more or less. And Being more commonly known as: 394 Calahaln Rd, Mocksville, NC 27028 Tho record owner(a) ol the property, as reflected on the records of the Register of Deeds, Is/are Wayne Marlin Draughn, Jr. and Patricia H. Draughn. The property lo be offered pursuant to this notice of sale Is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance “AS IS, WHERE IS." Neither the Truslee nor the holder ol the note secured by the H O W A R D R E A L T Y 40001/- sa It In Domxida Run on Mini Farm on 4,074/-ac. 30R^5BA. 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Salisbuiy St., Mocksville • 336-751-3538 iwi For additional lisllngs, please caii 33&-751-3538 or visil our website at vmw.liowardreally.coni D—lM£l deed of trust, being foreclosed, nor the officers, directors, attorneys, employees, agents or authorized representallve of either Truslee or the holder of the note make any representation or warranty relating lo the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing In, on, at or relating to the property being oflered for sale. Any and ail responsibilities or liabilities arising out of or in any way relating to any such condition expressly are disclaimed. This sale Is made subject to ail prior liens and encumbrances, and unpaid taxes and assessments Including but not limited lo any transfer tax associated with the foreclosure. A deposit of live percent (5%) ol the amount ol the bid or seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, is required and must be tendered In the form of certified funds al the time of the sale. This sale will be held open ten days for upset bids as required by law. Following the expiration of the statutory upsel period, all remaining amounts are IMMEDIATELY DUE AND OWING. Failure to remit funds in a timely manner will result in a Declaration of Default and any deposit will be frozen pending the outcome ol any re-sale. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR LEASEHOLD TENANTS: if you are a tenant residing In the property, be advised that an Order for Possession of the property may be Issued in lavor of the purchaser. Also, il your lease began or was renewed on or after October 1, 2007, be advised that you may terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days written notice lo the landlord. You may be liable for rent due under the agreemenl prorated lo the effective date of the lermlnatlon. The date of this Notice is July 29, 2010, 10-000928 Grady I. ingle Or Elizabeth B. Ells Substitute Trustee . 10130 Perimeter Parkway, Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28216 (704) 333-8107 http://shaplroaltorneys.com/nc/ 10-14-21П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 2421 10-8Р-216 NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S FOREQV,OSURE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY UNDER AND BY VIRTUE ol the power and authority contained In thal certain Deed ol Trust executed and delivered by Antonio Garcia, dated July 20, 2006 and recorded on July 24, STEVE’S TREE SERVICE Top o u t Iro o s. Troo ro m o va l and trim m in g . S lo rm clo an -u p . R o m o val nnd h a u lin g o f u n w a n te d ito m s, sh od s, d o cks, o tc. 336-782-5445 2006, In Book No. 672, at Page 286 In the Office of the Register of Deeds of Davie County, North Carolina; and because of default in the payment of the indeb-itedness secured thereby and failure to carryout and perform the stipulations and agreements contained therein and, pursuant to demand of the holder of the indebted-iness secured by said Deed of Trust, the under-isigned Substitute Trustee will place lor sale, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at Davle County Courthouse, Mocksviile, North Carolina on October 28, 2010 at 1:30 PM that parcel of land,. Including Improvements thereon, situated, lying and being In the City of Advance, County of Davie, State of North Carolina, and being more particularly described as follows: Being all of Lot 267 of KINDERTON SUBDIVISION PHASE 2A, as same Is shown on map thereof recorded In Map Book 8 at Page 149, Davle County, North Carolina, Deed Reference: Book 629 Page 499 • The improvements thereon being known as 109 North Field Drive, Advance, NC 27006 Address of property: 109 North Field Drive, Advance, NC 27006 Present Record Owners; Antonio Garcia The terms of the sale are that the real property hereinbefore described will be sold for cash to the highest bidder. A deposit of five percent (5%) of the amount ol the bid or Seven Hundred Fllty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, is required and must be tendered In the form of certified funds at the time of the sale. In the event thal the Owner and Holder or Its intended assignee Is exempt Irom paying the same, the successful bidder shall be required to pay revenue stamps on the Trustee’s Deed, and any Land Transfer Tax, The real property hereinabove described is being offered lor sale -AS IS, WHERE IS” and will be sold subject to all superior liens, unpaid taxes, and special assessments. Other conditions will be announced at the sale. The sale will be held open for len (10) days for upset bids as by law required. If the Trustee Is unable to convey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser Is the return of the deposll. Reasons of such Inability to convey Include, but are not limited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior lo the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the Trustee. If the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the Trustee, in Its sole discretion. If It believes the challenge to have merit, may declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will hava no further remedy. ’ Additional Notice Where the Real Property Is Residential Wllh Less Than IS Rental Unlls: An order for possession of the property may be issued pursuant to Q.S. 45-21.29 In favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties In possession by tlie clerk of superior court of the county In which the property Is sold. A n у person who occupies the property , pursuant lo a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, alter receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written nollce to the landlord. Upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreemenl prorated to the effective date of the termination. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a bona fide lease or tenancy may have additional rights pursuant to Title VII of 5.896 - Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act which became effective on May 20, 2009. Dated: August 24, 2010 Posted: Witness: Assistant/Deputy Clerk of Superior Court David A. Simpson, P.O., Substitute Trustee By: Attorney at Law Rogers Townsend & Thomas, PC Attorneys lor David A, Simpson, P.C„ SubstltuteTrustee 2550 West Tyvola Road Suite 520 ' Charlotte, NC 28217 (704) 697-5809 10-14-21П D R I V E R Rc|nihlic Waste .Scrviccs, Inc. is seeking ruil-tim e driver for its Davie D ivision. (,)ii;ililli4l t';iiiiliil;iles slioiilil possess: • ('l;is s -/ \ o r H C ’D L • .Siil'c ilriviii^; rccoiil • (io o d w ork hislory • l-Apcriciic'c pivl'crroil K opiiblii' SfiA k'l's olTcrs i(m iiK 'iili\с p;iy ;iml lici\clils iik liu liiii; Ik m Ij Ii ;iiui -U )l(k ). Appis III pfiM iii IxMuoi’ii ‘):0();iiii ;iinl ,!:(l()piii ;it: K eptihiic Services I.VI liK liisinal H K .I , M iK k s M lIc , N C '2 7 0 2 X ESTATE AUCTION SATURDAY, OCT 1 6 ,2 0 1 0 • 10 AM 1 6 2 3 DAVIE ACADEMY RD, MOCKSVILLE, NC 2 7 0 2 8 R e a l E s t a t e & P e r s o n a l P r o p e r ty o f R a y D r a u g h n (d e c e a s e d ) Directions: From Mocksville. Hwy 64 W. approx 5 miies, turn lelt onto Davie Academy Rd. Sale approx 2 miles on right REAL ESTATE: Older 7-Roorn house, Vinyl siding. Replacement windows,2 Battis, Central heal and alr,Side-by-slde fridge,Electric Rang, front and side porch, 3-Out buildings, Localed on 1,3 ac +/-, Real estate wili be offered at 12:00 noon. HOUSEHOLD: Solas & chairs, Entertainment center, Small chest, Chest-of- drawers. Dining room table & chairs. Gun case, Kitchen items,Pots & pans. Stem ware, China, Gai<e stand. Cake plate, Desk & chair, 31-Day clock. Oil lamps, tVliik bottle. Nut cracker. New Charbroil gas grill, Washer & Dryer, SHOP AND TOOLS: Crallsman combo set, Band saw, Bench grinder, Battery charger. Pressure washer, Bench drill press. Portable air compressor. Table saw, Vise, Parts bins, Tool boxes, fVliter saw, B&D Workmate 400, Shop vac, Craftsman loot box - new. Reciprocating saw, 4 1/2 & 9 in. Side grinder, Battery boosters, Air tools. Craftsman tool set, C-ciamps, 1/4; 3/8,1/2 Drives and sockets. End wrenches, impact sockets. Pipe wrenches, Adjustable wrenches, Screwdrivers, Vise grips, Tap & die set. Bolt cutlers, Impact driver, Brace & bit, Saw blades. Hand saws. New lire changer. Bottle jacks, Jack stands, Chain hoist. New load rams. Delta truck tool box, Appliance hand truck, Reece truck hitch, Car polished, Old wooden carpenter's tool box, Old porcelain knobs, Mote and steel traps, Boat trolling motor, Post driver, Greenlee 110 V AC volt meter, Extension ladder. Two sels of ramps, Gas cans, Metal saw bucks. Landscape limbers. Slack of pine lumber. Dump cart, Several parts tiding mowers, Weedeater, Ford traclor bell pulley, Top link & drawbar. , VEHI1!LES; E-Z GO Electric golf cart w/new batteries & charger, 1971 2-dr Mark 111 Lincoln Continental, 1987 Ford LTD Crown-Vicloria full power, 1990 LTD Crown-Victoria LX full power 63,330 actual mis, 1989 Ford Ranger AC, Long bed extend cab straight drive, 1991 Ford Ranger AT & AC complete rebuild, and 1985 Ford F-150 4x4 AT HIGH-STANDARD REGENT 22 LR REVOLVER - PERMIT REQUIRED FOR HANDGUN, TERMS: Real Estate: 10% non-retundabte day ol sale - balance due at closing, approx 30 days. Personal properly: Cash, Credit Cards, Checks, Day of Sale, Out-ol-state Buyers Cash or Credll Cards Only. SEE COMPLETE LISTING & PHOTOS AUCTIONZIP.COM. 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Experience with antiques, col­ lectibles, coins, pre­ cious metals and sales are highly de­ sired. Must be wiiling to travel and potential­ ly relocate. Earn 35K- 125K. To apply go to www.thrassoclatos.- com/careers Employment Land Surveying Personnel Exper. helplul bul will train. Some travel re­ quired. E-mali resume: dougholirsObollsoulh.not Police Officer Cooleemee Police De­ partment will have a full time police ollicer position opon ellectiva January 1", 2011. Ap­ plications are avail­ able at the Cooleemee Polled Dept, or at Cooleemee Town hail. Paid vacailn, holid: says, 'retirement/401 k. Starting pay will de­ pend on experience (27k-30k) Coiieemee PD 336-284-4098. Cooleemee Town Hall 336-284-2141 Yard Sale Area 4 MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALESalisbury Inoar QO). 7tB W. CQmpboll Avo.' Sot* urdny, Oct. O'* 7:30am- 12:30pm. Chrlslmaa, ciothlng, bodding, kitchen, TV, colloctiblos, toys and moro. No oorly shopplngl Yard Sale Area 6 FARMER'S MARKET FLEA MARKET 300 BERRIER AVE., LEXINQTON 27296Tuosday, Salurday & Sunday, 7AM*2PM. Saturday $5 sol up, froo sot-up on Sunday on a lirst como first sorvo basis. 336-240-6Q70 DavlO’Clemmons Yard Satos Advanco •5 Family Yard Salo. Friday, Oct. 15 - 9am- 4pm and Saturday, Oct. 16.0am*4m Advanco Multi'Family Yard Sole, Friday & Saturday, Oct. 15 & Oct. 16, 8am-4pm. 256 Brontwood Drivo. In Creekwood. Clothos, tablos, Christmas Itoms, monltOTS and lots moro Advenco Yard Solo, Saturday, October' 16, 8am-1pm, 288 Comancho Drive (Fork-Blxby Rd lo Indian Hills Rd bosldo Twin Lakos Airport). Clothes, shoos, games, deco­rations, housowaros and more. Must solll Clommons Hugo Yard Salo & Car Wash. Advanco Auto Paris, Oct. 23"*. 50/50 Drawing, Bako Salo to bonofit 45 County Broncos Choor & Football Compotltlon travol fund. Do not havo to bo prosoni to win 50/50 Clommons Yard Sate, Friday & Saturday, 8am- noon, 125 Havon Qrovo Trail (Sprlngfiold Farms). Holiday docoratlons (Snowbablos), ladlos plus sizo clothing, books, movlos, housohold Itoms and much moro. Fall Open Houso at Cohslgnmont Unllmltod. 200 WilKo&bbro St. Frl. 10/15, 10am-7pm & Sat. 10/10, 10am*4pm. Froo Hot Dog Lunch with purchaso. Hatiowoon costumos, decoralions and lols of handmade Itoms for salo. Discounts up to 60% Insldo storo. Happy Fall Yn’lll Harmony Qarago Salo,Frl., & Sat., 10/15 & 10/16. 665 Rock Springs Rd., 7am*3pm.Something for ovoryono. M ocksvlllo -< 138 QodlMy Rd, at Contor Community Bidg. Sholtor. 5 family Yard Salo. Saturday, 8am-2pm Ocl. 16*. Clothing, housohold ItoiTis, ft« big varlolyl Don't M ISBThltCnol 2 5 % OFFDELUXE H ALLO W EEN CO STU M ES T O T S T O P C O N S IG N M E N T Oentfy U5ed Item s from BABY to ТЕЕП5 1300 Y^clKlnvllle Rd. 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LIMIT 4 FORM S PER H O U S EH O LD P ER M ONTH The Salisbury Post reserves the right to edit or reject any ad copy which does not qualify for the offer Form not valid for any ads in any other classification outside of Salisbury Post Classifieds or as payment for any other advertising. Ads run for up to 7 days depending on space available. Davls-Clemmona ■ Yard Sale« Mocksvlllo Five FamilyYard Sals, Salurday, October 16, Bam-2pm, 946 Yadkin Valley Road, Winter ctolhes and coals, housewares & much morel Mooksvllle MuHI-FamllyYard Ssle, Salurday, October 16, 7am-1pm, 164 Popperslone Dilvo. Fumlturo, household, and oWldron'9 toys. Mocliivllls Mulll-Fsmlly Yard Sile, Fri. & Sol,. Ocl. IS & 16, 0am-2pm, 446 Jack Booo Rd, (OH Hwy 601 N. bolwoen Mocksvlllo & Yadklnvillo). Baby oqulp- moni, kids clolhos, aduli ctolhos, housohold goods, books, collocllblos and much moral Mooksvllls Three Familyawsge Sale, Friday, Oclobor 16, 6am-4pm, Salurday, Ocober 16,6am- 11am, lee Horsoshoe Trail (7/10" mllo oil Hwy 64 W (rom Valloy Rd Intar- soctlon). Boys clolhlng size 4T-7, gills’doming s&e 6- 16, ladlos dolhing lo size IX, Lols of housohold Itoms In this ealo. Including TV, nigs and toys. Rain or Shlnol Mocksville Two Family Yard Sale, Fdday and Saturday, Octobor 16 & 16. Bnm-Spm, 132 Klunlo Road (601 S to McCullough, (ollow signs). Lots ol miscoiianoous. Last salo ol Iho season. Prlcod to soil. Mocksville Yard Sale Sat. Oct. 16, 7:30am- 12pm. Dutchman Hills Devolopmenl, 601 N. and Eatons Church Road. Lawn equipment, tools, dishwaro, housewares, mona 26" bl|(0, womens clolhlng - snnall polite. Plonty morel Mooksvllle Yard Sale Salurday, Octobor 16 8:00 am-2:00 pm ' 734 Wlllbooro Road Mocksville Ysrd Sale.Saturday, October 16, Bam-12noon, 680Qroonhlll Road (right oil Highway 601). Toys, kids •and adult' ckithea' (all sizes), housewares, toy train table (In . go<^ condlllon) and much morol Como and sool Mooksvllle Yard Sale.Saturday, October 16, 7:30am-12:30pm, 206 Lonomeadow Road (lum oil Country Lano). Lots ol children's olothoa plus a variety ol Hems. Mocksville Yard Sale,Saturday, October 16, 7:30am-11:30am, 122 Pino Valley Road. Children's clolhos and, lurnilure, njg, housohold Itoms, train table, and moro. Mocksville. 731 Com- alzor Rd. Yard Sale. Sat. Oct. 16'", 6am-untll. Boys' clolhos, toys & housohold Hems. Baby Crib, whto, with 1 underneath drowor, pur­chased at Bablos R Us, In good condlllon, 704-93B- 3452 In Kannapolis, $100. Crib, LargoContemporary white crib complele w/bumper & storago drawer. New Cond. $95 704-401-4743 Building Equip. _& _S u g g lle 8 __ Huge Salsi Quallly Stool Buidlngsl Save thousandsi Facloiy claaranoo: 16*24, 24*30, 30*601 Amazing opporiunlty lo save AND eam monoy with Display ProgramI 1-666-352-0469 Computers & ^ ^ S o ttw a r^ _ _ Computor. Complete Doll Computer. $100. Internel ready, burner. 980-205- 0947 _______ Laptop. Acer, 15.5' Screen, Win. Vista, WI-FI, 1 yr. Old. $275. Touch Panel Phone $12 704- 401-4743. Electronics Keyboard/Piano,woridng, wilh multiple tones. Has no power cord. Selling tor $50 OBO. 704-213-1237 Exercise Equipment _ M r T » 70 4-4 01 -4 74 3^____________ Fuel & Wood Firewood for salo. $75 a truck load and dollvorod.l have all sizes. 6 loads avallablo. Call Mike at 704-765-1061 • Furniture & _A £gliance^ Armolr« - Oak Tall, Clothlno/T.V. Armoire, sldo snotving, sldo rod pocket, upper sholl (or T.V. or tilolhing $95. 70't-401-4743 Cedar Chosl wllh honey colored exterior (Inlsh. 4 (t. long Boat. $175. 704- 762-9197 Comer china cablnol. Flawless finish, medium cotor finish. $175 OBO 704-762-9197 Нота Liquidation -Bemiuda Run. 3BR sullos by Honordon' - Living room - china - E os - crystal - anl- - 15 PCS wicker win organ - access­ories - appliances. 336- 998-6643 ReWgoratot, Whlripool, 21 cu. ft, Ice maker. Frigidaire Stove, bolh 5 yeara old, clean and woridng, $250 lor bolh. 704-640-0839 side, ^50. Fl stovo, $225, l ._ $75.704-798-1в26 QE lido byFrigidaita Hat lop i, Kenmore diyer. Table - Boaulllul outside lablo, oval brown glass with umbrella ond 6 chairs. New. $300. Call 704-836-6275 anylimo TV Enlerlainment Sland $S0 Please Call 704-636-8549 Umbrella, 9 Fl Wooden Umbrolla $60, Qranlte base $65. Never usod. Brand Now. Call 704-762-0345 Games and Toys Foosbail tablo, ExcollonI condition. Call for more Inforrruitlon. $55.00 704- 028-5062 Lawn and Garden Mower, Craftsman Mowor Walkbohind 550 Sorlos $125 OBO Call 704-762*0345 Tlllor. Bolons. new condition $290. Call 336- 751-7795, locatod In Mocksville. Machine & Tools Cub Cadet, 42" Front Blade (or QT series model 302. Purchased now, usod twico, now cond. Has 3 poslllon angle blade. Op. manual & malnl. Instnicllons. $350, 704-546-7717 Qenerator - Portable 3500 wattSubam/Coloman gonorator, 7hp engine. Never usod, $350, 336- 998-6325 leave message Medical _E2U¡E¡2S2L new,Hospital Bed, electric with bar and rails. $500. Ploaso Call 704-835-5275 Mise For Sale Barrette, 55 galfôn motal & plastic $10 oach. 15 to sell. Pieaso Call 704-857-1867 Caipper top lita 1997 S* 10 short bod. $250. Call Walter 704-636-3008, loavo message. Have a Seat! Benches, wood,backless, (4) 4-6 (1. long, $9-$13 each. Call 704- 431-4550 alter 10am L e t U s S e ll Y o u r S tu ff! MO Run a Photo in your ad that is in print Ail Month In lha Davle County Enterprise Heeord and in lha Clemmons C ourier- PLUS■ Online 30 Days at stHsburypost.com Check mound- there's r\o better deal lo be loundl Call toll free 877-751-2120 Mise For Sale Dretier, $65IPOD Headset, $35 Please Call 704-637-5416 Hot Tub, e*$350 OBO Pieaso Call 704-279-1076 Kerosene Heater, Cabinet stylo, Sleglor. $100. Ploase Call 704-636-3533 Oxygen Acotylono Tanks Complete outlll with cart. $450. Firm. Ploase Call 704-938-4948 Roaches are dead...whon you use Harris Roach Killer. Odorlesa, non-staining (onnnula, kills roaches (or up lo one year. Guaranteed. Avall­ablo at Shallow(ord Hardware, 104 Lowes Food Drive, 336-945- 5050. Tires (4) wllh custom rims, $500. Please Call 704-637-5410 Toddler Bed, wooden. Can use a crib mattress, low 10 Ihe (toor. Good condlllon. Call 704-938- 3452 In Kannapolis, $40. Trampoline - Like New Trampoline Bounce Pro $200 OBO Call 704-762-0345 Want to Buy Merciiandise Timber wanted - Pine or hardwood, 5 acres or moro select or clear cut, Shavor Wood Products, Inc. Call 704-278-9291. Birds RlngiPieaso cair 704-279-4105 or 704-855-7911 for more Infomiation. , Cats Free .|<ltton. Six months old, g'royAvhlto. long hair, malo, boautifi^. Rockwell 828-994-1449 Free kittena to good home. 3 females. 1 gray. 1 gray with white paws, 1 whito with butterscotch. Sweot. loving, litter trained. 336-284-2781 Free klttona. Female calico, litlor. box trained, dewormed. Ptoase call 704-855-5623. Leave mossage If no answer KITTEN, Mato about 4 months old. Adorable, Froo to a good home. 704-209-1493 LOST; Yellow / butt colored tabby cat. East Rowan High School Area Call 704-279-4650. IS Beagle Puppies. Up todale on shots, de- wonnod. 8 weeks old. $100 ea. 338-813-2564 BULLDOG PUPPIESAKC roglstorod, 3 maio, 3 (omalo. $1,500, 704-640-1359 or 704-640-2541 Dog, FREE to Good Homel Playlul, lovir mixbreed, 4 mo Loves kids, 704-642- 1473 Dvingoli Found dog. Rod Hound, noutorod male lound Sepl, 26, Advance/Feri<. Call to Identity. 336-998-7220 Free dog. Female Jack Russell, spayod. To good home only. Friendly & loving. Must lind home quickly or may have lo take to shelter. Call 704- 526-5454 Free puppy. Labrador Retriever, nine month old puppy to a good homo. caS 704 636 1054 Goldendoodlss FibMinis & Standards low shod raised wllh love $800-$1000. www.caraladoodles.com 336-751-2934 Homes for Sale Homes for Sale Fo r Sale B y O w ne r will also consider leasing with option to buy 3-BR. 2-BA houso et ond of long, winding drtvo on 6- plus acres on U.S. Highway 64 W In Davio Counly. 1,201 sq. it. Two-car garago. 21-by-42 boated basomont (outside entrance only), coltage-type outbuilding, and 10-by-42 covorod rack porch offers placo to entertain, relax and onloy a boautiful mountain vIow. Fonco and row ol Leyland cyprossos provide privacy. Siroam al back ol property makes groat picnic area. Call 336-407'3981. $175,000 • price negotiable. _Dogs_ femalo Sfack lab mix. All shots and preventatlves. Croat wllh kids and olher pets. 704-431-4299 Free Shlh-Tzu/Peklngesemix. malo, two yoars old, black with some white. 704- 640-9877 Pit Bull Pupplos. 6 wooks old. Nooding a loving, caring homo. Blue Fomalo-$350, Bluo Fawn Malo $300. 336-682- 5497 or 336-629-6760 Puppies, Chlhuahuaa.6 wooks. Malo & femalo. Wormed. Paronts on-slto. $300 oach. Full-bloodod. .no papers. 336-909-88в5 Ê Ê im Ê ^ Free Stuff Freo Kittens. Gray & While, Black & While, Orange. Long hair and shdrl hair. Males and (omalos, 704-657-1579 Lost & Found FOUND at Sam's Car wash. Largo cat w/black stripes down hor back & black swirl designs on hor sides. Vory unusual. 704-209-3927. Notices DAVIE PREQNANCY CARE Contor oflors confktonUai & a hoaithy choice for your lilol Coll 336-753 HOPE for appl. Land for Sale Life In tho Countryl Davle County acreago.County v/alor. 2 acros. 300' + road frontago. 5 minutos to Intorslaio 40. Wagner Road. $28,000. 336-751-3612. Mocksville 61.25 acs..two ponds, stream, 90% cloarod, iv/o pastures, $6,300 per acre or bost offer. 336-414-4759 Mocksvlllo Beautitui Mocksviiie Acreage IS é b JÉ asy'acceottobothH w y. 801 & 601. 32 aero or largor parcela availobk). Rolling hUia, posluros, hardwoods and stroams. CaS Julo Broodksvo 704-661-geiQ Broker, Kollot Willtarra Yadkin Counly. Nico lol In Buck Shoals Acros, lalo modol DAVs and up. Pri­valo walor systom, $11,900, Also, 10 acros al $4,500/acro. Good ownor financing (or bolh. Brown Osbome ЗЗв-8Э8-4500 Real Estafe Commercial FREE HD FOH LIFEt Only on DISH Notworki Lowest Price In Amorical $24.99/mo (or ovor 120 channolsl $500 Bonus11- 888-879-4649 Homes for Saie imona, 3BR/1V^BA. 3620 Uttle BrooK Dr., 1260 sf. brick ranch, carport, attic, largo deck, full basoment with Roc room, kllchon, .69 ac. lixor uppor. $125K. 338- 464-6738 _Agartment^_ _J\jÆrtments Mocksville »3 Avgol50x100 (5.000 sq, (I.) commoroai meiai ouiiaing on 1.1 ac. 3 phase oloc- Irlcal, 3 bay doors, office, broakroom. zonod HC (Highway CommorciaO- k m nice $219,000. Call 336-391-6201 Resort & Vacation Property N,MYRTLE BEACH OCEANFRONT CONDO, Upscale 4BR/3BA In central OD, ALL now (urnlshlngs. Lazy River plus many amonllies. 1/13th Interest - Use 4 Woeksft’oar. $34,900 BeachBuddles (704) 634- 4006. NC MOUNTAINS- Log Cabin Liquidation. New 1200*. s( genuine log cabins w/acreaga $70,900. Plenty ol windows, docks, need IlnlShlng. 866-738-5522. Rowan Pointe Apartments ivlocksvilie's Newest Affordable aven Drive 1,2 & 3 Bedrooms, Club House, Fitness Center, FREE Internet Cafó CallTodayl* 866-433-3387 t i ) ^^gartm ents^ Mocksvllls Sunut Terrace Apartments, 1& 2 BR. off 1* month's rent, all appliances, HVAC. 336-751-0168 Condos and Townhomes •'•TanglewoodFarm’Rodocoralod 2BR/28A Uppor lovol condo, cnthrvdral coiling, F/P, built In bookcase In L/R, ail sppl- ancosl CLUB HOUSEPOOL $695/пю. 336-766-4541 CaD Houses for Rent Century 21 Triad 336-751-2222 350 McCullough Rd., Mookavllla. 4BR.1BA fann houso with dining room, don and LR. Oil hoat and contrai air.S725/mo. 300 Campbell Rd., Mockavllle. Brick ranch w/tull basomont. Oil hoat and contrai air. $750/mo. 144 Canton Rd., Advance. 30R, 2HiBA. bonus room, hoalpump w/con air.$1,150/mo. 2076 Roaamora Dr., Ciemmona. Locatod in Walorford. this home has4BR.3V^BA. Fin­ished room & fireplace In basomont. Nolghborhood pool.$1.500/mo. 5846 Marty Lane, Ciemmona. Conv. lo­cated to Hwy 421 and schools. 3BR.2BA. groal backyard w/ fruit trees and gazebo. $850/mo. Tanglewood Farms. 1BR. 1BA uppor lovol condo. Convonloni lo­cation. Nolghborhood pool. $595/mo. 155 Maadowa Edge, Advance. 4BR, 3KBA. Brick. Screened porch. Formal dining & more. $1,700/mo. Avaiiabio Nov. 1“. Century 21 Triad 336-761-2222 Houses for Rent Mockavllle 3BR / 2BA Mockavllle. 2BR, 1BA. New hoot pump, new windows. $600/mo. Appllcnllon & doposil required. 704-278-1717 Mockavllle. Hwy 601. 3BR, 2BA. $750/mo. Cooleemee. 2BR, 1BA. $495/mo. 336-909-0864 Near Farmington, smoko froo 3 BR, 1 li BA, kltchon with all appliances, stono firoplaco with gas logs, dock, large private yard, control afr. gas heat. No HUD. $875/month + doposlt. 336-998-8874 metw iìT IT T l Premier Realty NC Jackie Coulston 338-753-6777 336-998-7777 CLEMMONS-Smoko (roe. Spadoua 3BR, 2BA brick home w/splll bed­room plan. Gas log FP In groal room, kitchen w/ range, roWg,, dishwash­er & microwave, dock & 2-car all garago.No pots, $1,250/mo ADVANCE-Spack)us& woll-malnlalnod smoke (reo 3BR, 3,5BA homo, llv rm w/gas log (p, din rm, Ig eal-ln-kllchon, bonus room ovor garago, г™" door laundry, bsml w/gamo rm, (ull balh & storage rooms w/bullt-ina, Iront porch,' deck, invisible dog (once, storago bidg. avail Octobor. $1575/mo MOCKSVILLE-3BR. 2BA homo on large cor­ner lol, (reahly palntod, new саф01, appliances, attached 2 car garage, putto-$675/mo Office and Commercial Rental Office and Commercial Rental Mocksville. Olfice spaceavailable with easy accoss lo 1-40, high visibility, om- plo parking. Small space or larger doponding on your noods. Terms nogollable, Mockavllle. Rotali or ol­flce spaco on Norih Main St. Some hardwoods, 2 baths, Storage room • SSOO/mo, Premier Realty 336-753-8777 Clemmons - Charming 2 story oHIce spaco (ully lumlshod, 2450 sq h, kitchen. 2 baths, 9 otilcos, phone system, ample pkg, handicap acess $1500 per month 336-817-3576 Houses for Rent Clemmons area duple«.2BR, 2BA. Oulol aroa. Deposit required. All appliances. 336-575-2101 Cooleemee area 3SR / 1BA, large kitchen, contiat hoat & air. Section 8 Welcome, 704-239-2130 Davle County. 2BR near school. Country person limit. No .264-4758 high set setting. 31 pots. 336-1 la e tiC E EC a Hillsdale area. 2BR, 1BA cottage. Singlo garage, outbuilding, acreago, private. Perfect for single or couple. $550/mo. 336-970-1352 or 336-998-5787 AUCTION Tuesday... Oct. 26th... 11am Fonner KFC Restaurant ' Downtown Business District (26) parking (52) seating 1010 W. D St., N. Wilkesboro, NC Call IVIark Rogers, Sale (lianager or see our website (or details:. NOAl.«085 WWW.RogerftAUCtlonGrOUp.COm QAAL#1923H1722S Thursday... Nov. 4th... Noon Zone B1 Contrai Business District 3,465+/-a( on 0.65+/-Acres .(42) parking (62) sealing 106. N. Main, LaFayotto, OA ,PO§!|RS^ (800) 442-7906 Manufactured Home for Rent Advance/Bermuda Run area. Ront-to-Ownl Roady to move inl 3BR,2BADW.V«dc. 1о1$75(Уто. 704-267-5561 Davle County Extra nice, furnished, 2 BR, private lot In country, no limit.people II ) pots. 336-284-4758 Manufactured Home for Rent Mockavllle 2ВП,1ВАЗЛ«. Priv. lot. now updates, ap­pls. Ind., now onorgy oil. hoat/AC unii. $450/mo S450 dop, rofs. 336-492-7811 Mockavllle. 2BR/2BA.14'x80' SW. $500/mo. + $500 dop. No HUD. 336- 909-0790 or 336-492-5618 MQck8V(lle.3BB/2BA. .14'x80' SW. $550/mo. + $550 dep. No HUD. 336- 477-4232 ОГ335-909-0790 Mockavllle. Roady To Move In 2BR, IDA privato tot, also 2BR, 1 BA brtok houso apt. 704-267- 5581 Shady Aorea Mobile Home Park. 2BR and3BR mobile homes. $100 olf I* month’s ront. 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The teacher - Doug Ebersbach - is the same man who is in the Davie County Jail awaiting trial on charges of breaking and enter­ ing and having inappropriate sex­ ual contact with a different female student. The letter from the attorneys - Edward L. Powell and Clyde R. Cash - was sent to Dr. Robert Landry, superintendent of Davie County Scliools, on Sept. 10. The attorneys represent the parents of the girl, and the letter outlined what they claimed happened in Febniary, 2009. Ebersbach had rubbed his hand on the upper, inner thigh of the giri, the letter said, and it was wit­ nessed by another teacher. That teacher notified their supervisor, who notified the principal, who notified Landry and other admin­ istrators. "Mr. Ebersbach received only a minor private personnel action,” the letter stated. School officials never noti­ fied the child’s parents, or police, as required by law, the attorneys said. Her parents leamed of the incident in October from the Da­ vie County Sheriff’s Department, after Ebersbach had been charged with other offenses. “The matter was totally con­ cealed and covered up,” Powell Dr. P eter Brew/s talks to D avie H igh students about the econom y. ■ Photo by Robin Snow T h e P a r t y I s O v e r P r o fe sso r T ells D a v le H igh S tu d e n ts A m erica n s Living B ey o n d M ea n s © T U nIO C A Л О Ю wW y/.TuM pi^ço/Vvicô.c:c>/VN By Beth Cassidy • Enterprise Record The reason the economy is in such ,bad shape? Americans have been having a party for the last 20 years, according to Dr. Peter Brews, Brew s, associate dean and professor of UNC-Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, spoke to a group ofDavie High stu­ dents in the media center, captivat­ ing their attention for about an hour and a half, as he discussed issues facing the US and its citizens. “When people write nbout this time in history, it will be known as ‘the golden age of conspicuous consumption.’ I am very angry at my generation, and I apologize for the mess we’ve left you with,” Brews said. A world-renowned speaker and award-winning teacher. Brews is considered an expert in many aspects of global economics and corporate and economic change. He studies the structure and evo­ lution of the global economy, and how globalization and the internet are changing the corporate world. He is a native of South Africa and holds two PhDs, a master’s degree, a bachelor’s of law degree and a bachelor’s of commerce degree. He and Superintendent Dr. Rob­ ert Landry met at a conference in Chapel Hill, and Brews came here to speak as a favor to Landry. The student audience, made up of junior and senior honor and AP students, asked questions ranging from what jobs would be available to them when they graduated from college, to why the economy has tanked, to energy issues, "I’ve been accused of being depressing,” Brews began, “but my intention is to scare you. Because if not, then we will just continue to stumble on, the way we have been. With my own two children, my job is to make sure when the dust setdes, they’re on the right side of the wave and not the wrong side. ......'- A y And that is n^y intention today.” The party Brews spoke about is, as he said, the fact that Americans, consumers and the government, have been living beyond their means for the past 25 years. “Since about 1970, the govern­ ment has been running a deficit. Our govemment has been spending more than they have been taking in, and to balance that, they have been borrowing. Citizens have been do­ ing the same thing. To sustain our choices materially, we have been borrowing ... we have borrowed our way to prosperity; we have not eamed it, And as we have been borrowing our way to prosperity, China grew,” The relationship between Amer­ ica and China has been somewhat beneficial. Brews said, in that China is "doing stuff [jobs] we didn’t want to do in the first place,” but we’ve been "enabled by the imbalance to consume more than Please See Economy - Page 6 ..............................^.....- and Cash wrote. The school ad­ ministration’s decision to handle it as a private personnel matter was “unlawful,” they said. The school system, the letter said, was “negligent (in) super­ vision and retention of a proven sexual abuse employee who weeks later went on to commit other felonious sexual acts with other minor students.” The attorneys said the child is having emotional difficulties, and that the parents want to resolve it privately to protect their child. The school attorney at the time, Doug Punger, retired earlier this month. Jill Wilson has taken over those duties, including respond­ ing to the letter from Powell and Cash. Terry Renegar, chair of the Da­ vie Board of Education, said the board expects to discuss the letter with Wilson next week. “I think a lot of the information is certainly sensationalized, but I won’t sit here and say there is no element of tmth to it,” Renegar said. M o c k s v i l l e P h a r m a c y R o b b e d A t G u n p o i n t Police are looking for a man who robbed a Mocksvillc drug! store of narcotics at gunpoint on\ Sunday afternoon. { The suspect, described as a i white man, about 5-7 to 5-10 tall. 25-30 years old, entered the drug store on Yadkinville Road about 4 pm . He walked through the store, looked at some items on a shelf, then jumped the counter at the pharmacy and while wielding a dark revolver, demanded all ofthe "osy” drugs out of a locked cabi­ net. Since the pharmacy is at the bacic of the store, the susjwct had to walk back through the aisles to exit. He did so calmly, said Mocksville Police Detective Nel­ son Turrentine. He told the clerk at the front to “have a nice day” on his way out. 'Ibat clerk didn’t know he had just robbed the phar­ macy. The suspect was spotted soon after coming out of the woods on Gamer Street, near Mumford Drive, Turrentine said. Dogs were used to track the suspect at the drag store and on Gamer Street, but were unable to locate him. Similar pharmacy robberies A surveillance cam era got this shot of a suspect robber at W algreen’s in M ocksville S unday afternon. have occurred in Boonville, Pfaff­ town and Winston-Salem, Turren­ tine said. On Sunday, the suspect was wearing blue jeans, white and blue sneakers, and had a “scroffy” complexion. Advance Fire Dept. Opens New Building Ronnie Robertson and Danny Chandler stand at the traditional fire pole at the new Advance Fire D epartm ent building. - Photo by Robin Snow By Jackic Seabolt Enterprise Record The new Advance Fire Depart­ ment has officially opened its doors. Two open houses were held last week to commemorate the new flrehouse’s completion. The 18,000 square feet building has four bays that can hold up to eight fire trucks. Upstairs there are eight bed­ rooms, an exercise room, and an of­ fice that the Davie Sheriff’s Office will use as a satellite location^ “This will be a valuable resource not only to us, but to the people in this area of the county,” Sheriff Andy. Stokes said. Advance Fire C hief Rodney Miller snid there are 41 volunteer’s Plense See Advancc - Pnge 12 i ' ................. f t i ' S -Г’ 2 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 Editorial Page In The Mail ... To the editor; Last night, I was in a 10-mi!e traffic jam on eastbound 1-40 in Davie County. After n 30 minute delay, I reached the lane closure barrels and was guided into a single lane. No one was working. No equipment was in use. There were not excavations, no pave­ ment removal. The lane should not have been blocked. The lane was blocked at 4:30 p.m, and 9:45 p.m. I called the Highway Patrol. They knew nothing and did noth­ ing. Tho NCDOT construction line made no mention of the clo­ sure, It is reprehensible to inconvenience and endanger the traveling T he R oad To S u c c e s s U nder C onstruction D a n c i n g P a i n s : S h u f f l i n g B a d l y T o T h e M u s i c About twice a year, the obligation of marriage re­ quires a sacrifice: I have to dance. I hate it. For a combined 30 minutes a year, I have to pretend to dance with Elizabeth. Otherwise, we have a wonderful marriage. An occasional wedding. Or a party. We take to the dance floor, and 1 pretend to be Patrick Swayze, Fred Astaire or John Travolta. Nobody is fooled. Water boarding couldn’t be worse than this. Saturday, an otherwise perfect day, was one of my dance days of the year. A young man, alone at the wed­ ding, asked me whether a song being played was a shag tune. Imagine, someone asking me about dancing? I leveled with him. “I dance the same way with every song, no matter what the tune or beat. I stand there and shuffle.” Youngest son Michael is now in middle school, where an occasional dance is held. He has refused to go despite my encouragement. “You don’t actually dance at a dance,” I said. “You stand over by the wall to hold it up ... and eat the free pizza.” Middle son Robert was a four-time graduate of the Floretta Baylin Cotillion, my attempt to ease the pain for the next generation and give him a leg-up (forgive the pun) on the terrors of dancing. He is now skilled at all the ballroom dances. But, chances are, his future dance partners won’t be able to tango, rumba, foxtrot or waltz. He might, however, be a candidate for the wildly popular TV show, “Dancing With The Stars.” I had steadfastly refused to watch the show until young Bristol •Palin joined the cast this season. I like Mama Grizzly Sarah. 1 watch for political reasons. As soon as Bristol is eliminated. I’m done with the show. Women don’t have my dancing phobia. At the wed­ ding, women largely gave up on their awkward husbands and danced in large groups. They had a blast. Husbands went back to the bar, enjoying themselves too. I did not wear out my shoes. N o M ore Pit S to p s For M ilk sh ak es At C a ssid y ’s S to re Cassidy’s Store on U.S. 158 closed several months ago in the hottest part of summer, leaving me without my traditional milkshake pit stop. There was a roof problem. Proprietor Ken Cassidy found closing to be economi­ cally prudent. I didn’t buy that many milkshakes. An auction was held, and I thought it was a great opportunity to buy the.best part of the store: The milk­ shake machine. No luck. Ken took the big green blender home with him to make milkshakes in his old age for the grandchildren Family Touched, Thankful and relatives. I’m searching the family tree to see if I qualify fora ............................. . f 'Hi- h Ir Melodee, Enn and I, along withihis family and friends, are so •KOI touched and thankful for the outpouring of support from our - Dwight Sparks J>avie County friends and neighbors. We thank you, Ryan was DC bom and bred. Our wonderful community in­ vested in Ryan such outstanding qualities: integrity, strength, sen­ sitivity, sensibility, conservative values, true friendship, self-less giving, moral fabric, love-of-life, true character and conviction. Although he had opportunities to leave DC for other places, painted "bigger" and "better," he knew there existed no such place. He wanted his children here. His life ,., here. Because of all of you, he was here with us for all of his short 30 years. We are so grateful. And we also wish to express our sincere thanks to all those that assisted us With Ryan's Memorial Celebration last Friday after­ noon. It was appropriately beautiful and an exact mirror refection of Ryan's home, . Ryan was feariess. No need. He had already experienced the tree-lined, blue-blanketed, smiling faces ,.. of heaven, Dan DesNoyers Advance LOOIfSUKE T H E V R e A m ? T 1 N 6 TO teA w vÊ O R O U N D , grimmy.com 1-40 Traffic Jam Wasn’t Necessary public bccause some NCDOT engineer was too lazy to get out of his chair and check the job. All NCDOT people do is drive around in yellow trucks. It would have been easy for a staffer to get cof­ fee and ride by the site. But no. It was a weekend and they went home early, 1 would appreciate it if you would take action to fire the Davie County NCDOT regional engineer; fire the underling lackey engi­ neer responsible for the project; fine the contractor $10,000. I contacted Davie County Reps, Brock and Howard. Jones Abernethy Winston-Salem To the editor: I must apologize for n "typo" made in my letter of Sept. 30.1 had stated that the Republicans had token control of the congress in that year. It was actually in 2006, which I had meant to state. The following statement is accurate: The 2006 US House elec­ tion was hel(I Nov, 7, 2006 to elect members to the U.S, House of Representdtives. All of the 435 seats in the House were up for election. Those elected served in the 110th United States Con­ gress from Jan. 3,2007 until Jan. 3,2009, The incumbent major­ ity party, the Republican Party had controlled the house since the 1994 election and were defeated by Ihe Democrats who won a majority in the House ending 12 years in opposition. On election day. Democrats gained 31 seats in the House, enough to take control, and Republicans became the minority party after 12 years of control. In addition, two seats went to De­ cember runoffs, and one seat was still unresolved at the open­ ing of the new Congress. In one Louisiana runoff, a Democrat incumbent defeated a Democrat challenger. In a Texas runoff, a Democrat challenger defeated a Republican incumbent. The Re­ publican candidate in the Florida 13th was eventually certified as the winner, and was seated by the House pending judicial and congressional investigation into voting machine irregularities. All issues of expenditure are conceived and bom in the U,S, House of Representatives, not the U,S, Senate, It has been since thnt time that we have accumulated a $2 trillion defipit in fiscal 2009 and an additional $2 trillion deficit in fiscal 2010. The public debt has risen from $5,8 trillion at the end of 2009 to $9,9 trillion at the end of this year. This is nlmost a doubling in just the last two years. What’s the point? As near as I can determine we cannot continue with this uncontrolled spending. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRI/^ECORD USPS 149-160 . 171 S, Main St., P,0, Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (336) 751-2120 Published weekly by the Davie Publishing Co, Dwight Sparks...................................Editor/Publisher Robin Snow........................................General Manager Mike Barnhardt..................................Managing Editor Ray Tutterow,....................................Advertising Director Brian Pitts...........................................Spotls Editor MocKsvllle Enterprise Davie Record Cooleemee Journal 1916-1958 1899-1958 1901-1971 Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 Cents $20 Per Year In N,C„ $25 Outside N.C.- POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to; Davie County Enterprise Record • P.O, Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 Demagoguery; 2dth-century American social critic and humor­ ist H, L. Mencken, defined a demagogue as "one who will preach doctrines he knows to be untme to men he knows to be idiots." This is,what bothers me the most about this adminUtrationi 1 honestly detest being treated like an idiot. From his failure to prosecute som^ thugs in Philadelphia who were intimidating vot­ ers at a polling station in 2008 lo having the same attitude about prosecuting illegal aliens to accusing the U,S, Chamber of Com­ merce of using “secret foreign money" to inlluence our elections. It goes on “ad nauseam.” It’s all about the vote.s. People who had money salted away in the stock market for retirement, saw a severe erosion two years ago. It has since made a decent comeback. In 22 months we have seen an equal erosion of values in this great country of ours. With less than two weeks to go we need to think about what direction that we want to head,. It may take longer than two years ifor the country to get back on it’s feet, but you have to start somewhere. The road to success is always under construction, Dennis Shea Advance Stokes Makes Davie Safer To the editor: Sometimes we fail to say thank you to those who take care of us from day to day. We go about our busy day without really noticing all that goes on nround us, I would like to thank Sheriff Andy Stokes and his department. for making Davie County a sofer place to live. Living in today’s society lakes more than knowledge to try to keep lip with criminal activity. Sheriff Stokes has brought our law enforcement depart­ ment into the age of technology making for better communication not just within our county but certainly in our state. We are living in hard times nnd people often take desperate measures to acquire what they need or to support a drug addic­ tion, I have been amazed nt the amount of dmgs and the number of nrrests in what used to be an innocent liltle farm county. Law enfbrcement has certainly been a calling for Sheriff Stokes, in­ deed, I would say he has a passion to protect nnd serve. I thank him and his department for the long hours and effort they put forth to insure our safety, I thank them for the work they put into the DARE program that will hopefully impress upon our youth the devastation that can be brought upon their lives by drugs. We are fortunate to have a man of his integrity who upholds the law and also respects the rights of each individual, I will thank Sheriff Stokes again when I cast my ballot for his re-election in November, Judy Bailey Mocksville Stick Family Good For A Laugh To the editor: We love Bert Bahnson's Stick Family, We have a good laugh eveiy week. After all, laughing is a good healthy thing to do. Thanks, Bert, Wayne and Linda Hemphill Mocksville Letters Weipomed The Enteiprise Record welcomes letters from its readers on topics pf local,stateinationalorintemational issues. An effort will be made to print all Iptterf, provided they iu« not libelous, .vulgar or, in poor taste. The editor reserves the right to edit letters for grammar an^ for spai?e. All letters should include the name and address pf the writer, including a signature, A telephone numbc;r, not to be publishedi is elso requested. Please have lettви^ in the newspaper office no lajer than 4 p.ip. Monday pf the week to be published. Payie County Enterprise Record P,0. Bojc, 99, Mopksville, emews®dayie-enterprise,com. In The Mail D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 - 3 W riter Q u ick ly L o st C red ib ility: It Is T h e D e m o c r a tic P a rty To the editor: The writer of the letter titled, “New School Not Ihe Answer," lost all his credibility in the sccond sentence of his tirade by an­ nouncing the official nnme of the Democratic Party is the "Demo­ crat Party,” The American Heritage College Dictionary defines the noun', “Democratic Party,” as “One of the two major US political parties, owing its origin to a split in the Democratic-Republican Party under Andrew Jackson in 1828. It defines “Democrat" as “A Democratic Porty Member" and “Democratic odj,” as “of relating to, or characteristic of the Democratic Party," The ungrammatical conversion of the noun “Democrat" to an adjective was the brain­ child of Republican partisans, presumably in nn attempt to deny Ihe opposing party the claim to being "democratic,” Now, in an important election season, I don’t want to spend too much lime educating uninformed Ten Partjers about grammar, but this is a perfect lime lo seize Ihe opportunity to point out Ihe typical Tea Partlcr is one who usunlly talks in a loud uninformed way about issues which he knows llllle. Of course Tea Party na- tionnl leaders like Sarah Palin, the ex-governor of Alaska, who an­ nounced to the world that she could see Russia from her stale; and Glen Beck, the self proclaimed alcoholic, known for his tirades on Ihe Fox News Channel, always practice making outrageous misin­ formed statements as fads. Rep. Virginia Foxx falls into Ihe same category when she mnkes her many outrageous slalemenls, which are partisan in color and lone nnd only tend to highlight hor lack of diplomacy. Chance Hendrix BBQ A Success To the editor: We'd like lo thank everyone in the communities of eastern Davie County for all of the hnrd work and contributions at the Sept. 18 BBQ chicken fundraiser. All monies rnised benefit young Chance Hendrix's education fund. From the strike of the first mntch to the Insl dish denned, we thnnk everyone for Iheir labor of love. Carter Robertson, Advance Hospital Golf Tourney Saturday To the editor: Salurday, Oct, 23 is the fifth annual Davie County Hospital Qolf Tournnment. This tournnment is the focal point for raising funds nnd awareness for the Dovie Counly Hospilal, Last year’s event helped Ihc hospital purchase an electrosurglcal unit for the operat­ ing'room ond wheelchairs for Ihe polient care units, Dovie County is blessed to have n home lown hospital lo pro­ vide necessary care for our county residents. The success of the Dnvie County Hospilnl is critical to maintaining a way of life mnny enjoy in Dayle Counly. Our hospilnl is entering an exciting time. With the arrival of a new facility in the future this is the perfect lime lo provide communiiy support to a common cause. The toumamenl starts with a lunch nt noon and play begins wilh a l:30.p.m. shotgun start. Golfers will be able to enter the morning of tho event. Even if you don't play golf a small donation would be greatly appreciated. For tournament information or to provide a donation you con e-moil me ot callison®mdtehiet or call at 998.4409. We are looking for\vard to an outstanding event and hope to see you Ihere. Craig Allison, Advance, Advisoiy Board Event Choir 1 dp think Ihnt some of these outrageous statements may possi­ bly hnve some core of truth lo them, bul Ihe slalemenls Ihemselves are made by fruslrated, angry and often misinformed people who have no direction or ideas of their own. They tend to be loud, al­ ways trying lo obslraci everything positive the party in power is trying lo do to move Ihis counlry, stale, nnd county forward. After geUing beyond the first pnrt of Ihis uninformed writer’s nmbiguily, I did skip on down to the sentence, "It is a myth that a new school will have a positive effect on the economic conditions of Dovie County.” My, my, everyone knows the school building itself is nn inanimate object, but the building will, house children with eager yoting minds who will be developing progressive ideas and helping solve Ihe problems that our county is facing right now. I wonder how many businesses or companies would consider mov­ ing inlo an area where it is general knowledge the school System is not functioning up to its copocity, Would polenlini employees of these componles move into on nrea knowing Iheir children might be exposed to a less than perfect public educntion? Employers want educated employees. When people move into the county, they con­ tribute lo the tax revenue in many wnys and people already in Ihe county may get some of the jobs, adding to the economic growth. How cnn one say that providing the building for educntion will not have 0 positive effect on Ihe economy? If Tea Partiers occupy the seats of authority in Ihis county, the residents will hnve to wait at least two more years for progress to be considered again. All economic indicators show an upward trend in the economy, and now is the time lo be planning for Ihe future growth of Davio County. That’s wliy we must re-elect Chris Anderson nnd elect Jeff Plott to seats on the county commission­ ers board. They are young, inlelligeni, energetic, business-minded people nnd hove positive ideas and pinns for Ihe county. While we’re thinking nbout the future of Dnvie County, we need lo elect John Coley as sheriff so the bridge of understanding, fair­ ness, inclusiveness, and communlly building can be constructed. I’m not snying Tea Partiers are bad people, Ihey are frustrated people just like many of us, and they often grasp upon ideai and Issues that get attention, rather than upon sound ideas that need research and bi-porlison action. It’s lime oil Davie County rosidenls get n fair chance nt living the Americnn Dream, That means hnv­ ing jobs, having excellent educational opportunities, having decent housing, being nble lo shop al local stores for all necessities, being B a rb e cu e & C h ic k e n P ie O n O c t. 30 To the editor:' The County Line Volunteer Fire Department will have its fall pork barbecue and chicken pie fund raising supper al Ihe fire sta­ tion on Snturday, Oct. 30, Barbecue sandwiches will be available starting at 9 a,m. The supper wili slart at 4 p,m. Take out plales will be available. The menu will be pork barbecue, chickcn pie, groon benns, black eye peas, potato salad, slaw and homemade desserts of all kinds. ■ The fund rnlser is being sponsored by the County Line firefight­ ers and auxiliary. Funds raised will be usod for the training, opera­ tion and maintenance of the fire depnrtment. The County Line Fire Department is nt 1819 Ridge Road, just off US 64 West in southwestern Davie County near the Iredell County, line, serving Davie and Iredell counties. For more informntion, call Jnck Koontz ot 940-7293, Jnck 0. Koontz, board chair, CLVFD, Mocksville able to go to n nearby doctor or hospilal when facod wilh illness, and above all having trust in one nnother. Mazie Laurence, Advnnce Chnir of the Davie County Democrnlic Party \ 11 I Pâà Bvidduj^ S is S K e b a 7 Í£ > S u c J c 3 - a ir ú J li¿h y lle rt Bahnson T he chain saw Dnd is on Ihe exercise mnchine talking on his iPAD when Ihe doorbell chimes. He answers the door to a young man who politely soys, "Sir, you hove a deod tree in your yard thot is dangerous and needs to come down: we can do that ifyou ore interested,” "How much,” Dod responds. "We can pul It safely on the ground for three hundred or we can haul off the wood for another two," is the reply. Dad asks, "Are you licensed, bonded and insured?" “No Sir, but it’s not a rjsky job. We do this all the time,” the young man stoles. That seemed high lo Dad so he curtly declines the offer. Thnt night he recants Ihe story lo the family. “Why I can buy a chalnsaw for five hundred? I’ll chop down Ihe tree, and the children can sell the firewood since we have gas logs. It will be 0 nice family work day,” Dod buys 0 chainsaw, steel-toed bools, helmet, gloves, chaps ond leaves the store about eight hundred dollars lighter. He gets it cranked. Mom is videoing, and the children have invited friends over to wntch their dad save five hundred dollars, Dnd has cead all about cutting trees on the Internet so he sinrts making chips. Sadly he never looked up so when the dead tree started falling it snagged a live tree, broke off a large limb, fell backwards, and totaled tho BMW, tho dog lot, two English boxwoods, and the “rain barrel." 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Î 4 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 Public Records \ Civil Lawsuits The following civil lawsuits were filed with the Davie Clerk of Court. - Connie Dnie Shoffner vs. Connie Regina Potts and Jo­ seph Kellam, custody. - Dnvie County Hospi­ tal, collection on account, vs.; Kristina R. Randolph, $3,851.64; Lisn Dinnne Steele, $3,015.24; Johnathan ■ Mntthew Soots, $2,546.24; Jonathnn Lee Riccinrdelln, $5,093.47; Eric Miles Schmid, $3,424.06; Mnrvin Lewis Sul- livnn, $9,081.21; Allnn Wnne Summers, $3,621.96; Franklin Dean Swink, $11,285.73; Fred­ erick Chnd Tnlbert, $48,457.16; Mnry Elnine Tntum, $5,239.77; William Franklin Tatuin, $6,123.44; Algenn Taylor, $3,983.02; Elissn R. Tnylor, $4,436.82; Jnmes Robert Taylor, $4,076.17; Richnrd Jake Tny­ lor, $2,171.49; Robert Penrson Thompson, $15,377.23; Tony Dnie Thompson, $4,244.70; Joe Wayne Tittle, $8,164.18; Rob­ ert Lewis Torrence, $4flS3,40; Cnndidn Nunez Trevino, $6296.30; Jill Connnt Triv­ ette, $5,146,44; Richnrd Lee Vnn-TUyl, $8271.56; Jose An­ dre Velez, $3,935.83; Michael Dale Wafford, $4,307,26; Jill Michelle Wnlker, $12,804,60; ■ James Eugene Williams, $2,805,37; Joseph Mark Wil­ liams, $24,724,49; Dnvid Lee Wilson, $2,892,99; Gernldine R, Womack, $21,580.70; Julie Lynn Wyatt, $4,848.36; Amnn- dn Lynn Yonker, $5,471,17; Crystal Dawn York, $3,679,89; Jnvier Delgndo nnd Julin Guadalupe Delgado Ruano, $8264.95; Kevin Rny Fo­ ley nnd Gloria Ellen Foley, $31,039,47; Ted Johnson nnd Janice Mnye Boger Johnson, •$24,570.18; Randy William Lineberry and Diana Michelle Lineberry, $19,768,07; Harold Mnricle and Paula B, Maricle, $11,484,68; Brian Scolt Nel­ son and Trishn Mnrie Nelson, $5,037.09; Brian Scott Nich­ ols, Jr. and Vickie Lee Nichols, $1,383.; Romero Junn Nunez nnd Kristin Benge Nunez, $8,634.75; Michael Olive and Sandra Kay Olive, $2^53.70; Chadwick Lnne O’Neill and Maki?ha Absher O’Neill, $14,710.02; Fernando Adolf Orozco and Mindy Amanda Clark Orozco, $1,908.54; William Eric Overcash nnd Suzanne Elsa Overcnsh, $7,488.18; Derrick Fitzgernid Parks nnd Lisn Dawn Chappell Pnrks, $2,004.81; Michnel Jo­ seph Pnssmore nnd Debrn Mn­ rie Passmore, $3,882.94; Roger Franklin Penland and Sherry Eliznbeth Penland, $2,706.95; Jeremiah Christopher Phil­ lips nnd Trncey Myers Phil­ lips, $2,793.79; Garry Steven Pirk, Jr. nnd Wendy June Pirk, $4,162.18; Tony Eugene Pope nnd Wnnda Pope, $5,572.96; Clarence Mnrvin Potts and An­ gela Christine Goforth Potts, $8,532.41; James Michael Priestley and Tameln J. Priest­ ley, $2,686.59; Jose Luis Ramir­ ez nnd Glndys Flores Ramir­ ez, $3,794.79; Ravi Damien Rampersad nnd Tina Ann Smith Rampersad, $4,066.29; Mnrk J. Rnnney nnd Tonya Crowell Rnnney, $10,515,40; Jeffrey Mnrk Renvis nnd Mnrgnret Knthy Renvis, $2,622,36; Jona­ than Dnvid Reeves nnd Megan Brnnley Reeves, $4,381,98; Mi­ chael W, Richards and Angela Renee Richards, $3221,19; Joshua Jnmes Richnrdson and Nikki S, Richardson, $1,950,; James Scott Roberts ,and Jessi­ cn Church Roberts, $8,474.27; Byron Neel Rodgers nnd Jamie M. Rodgers, $1,966.87; Scottie Lee Rogers and Wendy Kim- mer Rogers, $3,037.80; Gerry Paul Royal nnd Betty Thomp- son Royall, $6,606.35; Tommy Clnyton Rupard and Brenda Shepherd Rupard, $5,771.89; Harold Sanders nnd Reginn Bo­ ger Sanders, $2,499.03; Cletus Daniel Seamon, Jr. and Susan Corriher Seamon, 2,686.42; Paul Russell Sheppard and Gwyn Sheppard, $3,535.36; Jerry Lee Sidden nnd Angela Boger Sidden, $4,927.97, Marriages The following were issued mnrringe licenses by the Dnvie Register of Deeds, - John Hoyle Pounds, 57, and Cynthin Leigh Carter, 41, of Advnnce, - Justin Keith Lnthnm, 26, of Mocksville, and Amelia Rene Grubb, 24, of Advnnce, - David Lee Johnson, 28, nnd April Dennna Steele, 31, of Woodleaf, - Justin William Welbom, 23, and Ashlie Nicole Sanders, 27, of Advance, - Dnvid Mnrks Wooldridge, 27, of Advance, nnd Alyse Anne Bowden, 24, of Mocksville, - Joshua Harding Foser, 24, of Mocksville, nnd Eliznbeth Maty •Michelle Burke, 24, of Walnut Cove, - Brndley Jnmes Rngnn, 30, of Englehard, nnd Kristin Car­ leen Clapp, 24, of Mocksville, - Kristopher Paul Spillman, 28, and Constance Joanne Chickering, 22, of Charlotte. Mociisville Police The following nre from Mocksville Police Department reports. - The Inrceny of n gold nnd diamond ring, n West Virginin Police Acndemy ring and n jewelry box from n residence at Northridge Apartments wns reported Oct. 17. - The brenking, entering and larceny of pool supplies, pho- A V o t e F o r C a r i H u m p h r e y I s  V o t e F O R : П O p e n n e s s i n G o v e r n m e n t ★ I m p r o v e d C o m m u n i c a t i o n ★ H n a n c i a l R e s p o n s i b i l i t y ★ C o o p e r a t i v e S p i r i t S ÿtC a ri , H u m p h r e y R e p u b l i c a n C a n d i d a t e f o r D a v ie C o u n t y C o n m iis s im m H o n e s t ★ C o n s e r v a tiv e i r B u s in e s s E x p e r ie n c e PAID FOR BY CARL HUMPHREY FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER tos, seasonal decorations nnd other items from n residence on Cloister Drive was reported Oct. 17. - A womnn reported Oct. 16 she was assaulted at a residence on Crestview Drive. - A man reported on Oct. 16 his daughter was assaulted at n restaurnnt on Yndkinville Road. - A window to a residence on Northridge Court was broken, it wns reported Oct. 14. - The larceny of n remote pump box from a business on - Industrial Drive wns reported Oct. 13. - An nssault on n minor at n store was reported Oct. 12. - A woman reported Oct. 11 she was threatened in a pnrking lot on North Mnin Street. Arrests - Lisa Renee Wishon, 42, of Cloister Drive, was chnrged Oct. 17 with nssault. TrinI dnte; Nov. 4, - Adolfo Batton Moreno, 46, of Edison St., wns charged Oct. 14 with driving while license revoked. Trial date; Dec. 9. ,- Ricky D. Stamper, 51, of Russell Springs, Ky. was chnrged Oct. 17 with posses­ sion of marijunnn nnd drug par­ aphernalia. TrinI dnte; Nov. 4. - Tnbithn Corrine Lowe, 22, of Snlisbury, wns charged Oct. 6 whh shoplifting. Trial date; Nov. 18. IVaffic Accidcnts - A Mocksville woman was charged with failure to reduce speed nfter n wreck oh Yndkin­ ville Rond at 12:02 p.m. Oct. 4. Corynnne Daniel Knnbnr, 21, of Hoose Lane, fniled to stop the 1998 Hyundai she wns driving before it stnick the rear of n 1995 Chevrolet driven by Jern' Robert Jordnn Jr., 35, of Hunting Creek Drive, reported Officer E.M, Pnrker. - A parked vehicle was stnick on Montview Drive nt 9 p.m. Oct. 5. Oshea Marica Peck, 18, of Fnirfield Rond, wns backing n 1999 Ford from n drive when it struck n parked 2008 Hondn belonging to Jennifer Lynn O’Brien, reported Officer J.D. Walker. - A Yadkinville mnn wns chnrged with fnilure to reduce speed after a wreck on Yndkin­ ville Road nt 5 p,m, Oct, 5, Jeffery Shnne Goins, 46, failed to stop the motorcycle he wns driving before it struck the rear of another motorcycle, driven by Anthony Jnson Burke, 23, of US 158, reported Officer B,S. Nichols Jr. - No chnrges were filed nfter n wreck on Hospitnl Street at 10:47 a.m. Oct. 12. Annie Carter Moore, 87, of Grey Street, drove n 1987 Buiek from Raymond Street, cnusing it to strike a 1996 Mercury be- were reported; Lnuren Unique Wilkins of Dalton Road, Mocksville wns driving a 2004 Chrysler north on US 601 when it collided with a deer.. Trooper M.W. Whitener re­ ported the accident occurred nt npproximntely 2:30 n.m. on Oct. 11. Roy Nenl Eddlemnn of Enst p.m., Mnttie Lnne, structure fire; Center assisted; Smith Grove, 10:16p.m.,I40East,nutomobile accident. Oct. 17: Scotch Irish, 9:23 a.m., Rntledge Road, fire alarm; County Line nssisted; Cool­ eemee nssisted, Jerusalem as­ sisted; Mocksville, 11:25 a.m., County Home Road,nutomobile nccident; Mocksville, 11:58 p.m, Bend wns driving his 1999 Tot Street, cnrbon monoxide Dodge pick-up south on Liberty alarm; County Line,Cornwallis Church Road when it collided with n cow. Trooper M.W. Whitener re­ ported the nccident occurred at npproximntely 7:50 n.m. on Oct. 14. Sheriff’s Department The following incidents were reported to the Dnvie County Sheriff’s Depnrtment. Drive, fire alarm; Cooleemee, NC 801 South, automobile ac­ cident. Arrests , The Davie County Sheriff’s Department mnde the following arrests: - Mitchell Frnnklin Dnmron, 38, of Vnldese was arrested Oct, 11 for brenking/entering, snfe - On Oct, 11 Inrceny wns cracking, nnd nssnult with n reported at a location on Ridge deadlyweapon,Trinldates; Oct, Rond, Mocksville. - Vnndnlism was reported nt n location on Twin Cedars Golf Course Road, Mocksville on Oct. 11. - On Oct. 11 a burglnry wns reported nt n home on Onklnnd Avenue, Mocksville. 25 in Yndkin County nnd Nov. 29 in Burke County, -JosephAnthony King, 19,of Rocky Knoll Lnne, Mocksville wns nrrestcd Oct, 11 forhnrassing phone calls, Trial dnte: Oct, 28, - Erika Nicole Hickson, 26, of Yadkinville wns nrrested Oct, - The larceny of n bicycle • 11 for misdemennor Inrceny nnd wns reported nt n home on Snin fnilure to nppenr, TrinI date: Rond, Mocksville on Oct. 12. . - On Oct. 12 the Inrceny of n vehicle wns reported nt n home on US 64 Enst, Mocksville. - The Inrceny of jewelry wns reported nt a home on Hollybrook Drive, Advnnce on Oct. 12. - On Oct. 12 vnndnlism wns reported nt n home on Gordon Drive, Advance. - A brenk-in nnd burglary were reported at a home on Red Bud Lane, Mocksville on Oct. 12. - On Oct. 13 thrents nnd cyberstnlking were reported nt a home on Hinkle Drive, Mocksville. - The Inrceny of n vehicle wns reported nt a home on Dnvie Acndemy Rond, Mocksville on Oct. 13. - On Oct. 13 tools were re­ ported stolen from n home on Kilboume Road, Advance. - Fraud wns reported at n hopie on Lonesome Dove Lnne, Mocksvilleon Oct. 13: -On Oct. 13 dnmnge to prop­ erty wns reported at a home on Shallowbrook Drive, Advnnce. - Lnrceny wns reported nt Nov. 4. - Jnson Dnniel Dnvis, 25, of Wnll Street, Cooleemee wns nrrested Oct. 11 for nssault on a female. Trial date; Nov. 18. - Ricky Dale McCrary Jr,, 30, ofLonnie’sWny,Cooleemeewns nrrested Oct, 11 for nssnult nnd battery. TrinI date: Nov, 4, -Angeln MickleStokes,42,of Germnnton wns arrested Oct, 11 for non-support of n child. TrinI dnte; Oct. 19. - John Frnnklin Thornton, 36, of Lewisville wns nrrested Oct. 12forpossessionofnlcohol under 21. Trial date: Nov. 3 in Wataugn County. - Daniel Willinms Henderson, 19, of Hownrdtown Circle, Ad­ vance wns arrested Oct. 12 for failure to appear. Trial dates: Oct. 27 in Yndkin County nnd Nov. 2 in Forsyth County. - Leon Samuel Tnylor, 30, of Fletcher Street, Mocksville wns nrrestedOct. 13 for cyberstnlking nnd communicnting thrents. Trial dnte: Nov. 18. - Jimi Tnwane LaShawn McCandies, 30, of US 158, Mocksville was nrrested Oct. 13 fordriving with license revoked. a home on Pine Ridge Road, Trial dnte; Nov. 19. Mocksville on Oct. 14. - On Oct. 14 trespnssing wns reported nt n locntion on Tifton Street, Advance. - The Inrceny of jewelry wns reported at n home on Benr Creek Church Rond, Mocksville on Oct, 14, -On Oct: 14ntrespnsserwns reported nt n home on Vilinge Rond, Mocksville, - The Inrceny of a motor vehicle and n burglnry were re­ ported at n home on US 64 West,ing driven on Hospitnl Street by Yvonne Dnvis Richnrdson, 74 ■ li^TcTsvill^on OcU7. of Rnymond Street, reported Officer Joey Reynolds, - No chnrges were filed after a wreck on Wilkesboro Street nt 11:15 n,m, Oct. 12, thomns L, Nicolls, 89, of Avon Street, drove his 2000 Buiek from Meroney Street into the path of n 2000 Toyotn driven by Amnndn Sigmon Keaton, 33, of Bnity Rond, re­ ported Officer Chris Hefner, - On Oct. 17 n brenk-in was reported at a home on Jerusnlem Avenue, Mocksville. - Counterfeit money wns reported nt a supermarket on NC 801 North, Advnnce on Oct. 17. Highway Patrol The following traffic wrecks in Dnvie County were listed by the N.C. Highwny Pntrol. • Two animals were reported hit by automobiles in the county Inst week. In the following re­ ports no injuries to the drivers Fires Davie County fire depart­ ments responded to' the follow­ ing calls: Oct. 11: Mocksville, 7i06 p.m., Rnymond Street, smoke investigntion; Willinm R, Dnvie, 7:38 p,m,, Richie Rond, vehicle fire; Advnnce, 10; 17 p,m„Rnbbit - Kelly Tedder Owens, 41, of Daniels Road, Mocksville was arrested Oct, 13 for simple ns­ snult, TrinI dnte: Nov, 18, - Amnndn Sue Abshire, 25, of Cam vnn Lnne, Mocksville wns nrrested Oct. 14 for non-support of n child. TrinI date; Oct. 19. - Timothy Estine Whittington, 27,ofCasaBellnDrive,Advnnce was nrrested Oct, 15 for nssault on n female and simple nssnult, TrinI dnte; Nov, 18. - Michnel Qregoiy Ingino,59, of Riverview Townhouse Drive, Advnnce wns nrrested Oct. 15 for operating n vchicle with no insurance.Trial date: Nov. 30 in Bladen County. - Stephanie Christina Tra­ pani, 32, of Old Towne Drive, Advnnce wns arrested Oct. 15 forcommiinicating threats. TrinI dnte: Dec. 2, - Jose Alberto Perez, 32, of Windsong Rond,Mocksville wns arrested Oct, 16 for possession of a firearm by felon, nssnult by pointing n gun, nssnult with n dendly wenpon, TrinI date: Nov. 4, - Clyde Eugene Trexler, 58, FnrmTrnil,firenlnrm;Comntzer- ofPineRidgeRond,Cooleemee Dulin assisted, Oct. 13: County Line, 9:38 н т а т ш ш ^ N O W O P E N I ^ 114 N. M ain s u M ocksville (In the old American Café building), ЗЗВ-75Э-1714 Horn; Mon,-frtNoon^(im 4 Sat,9am-Noon Ad paid for by the Davie C ounty Republican M en’s Federation was arrested Oct. 17 for assault on a female. Trial dnte; Nov. 18. - Michnel Peter Laroque, 24, of Joy Trail, Mocksville was nrrested Oct. 18 for nssnult on a femnle and interfering with emergency communicntion. TrinI dnte: Dec. 2. C l a s s i f i e d s 1-877-751-2120 D i s t r i c t C o u r t D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 - 5 The following cnses were disposed of during Dnvie Dis­ trict Court. Presiding: Judge Cnrlton Terry. Prosecuting: John Bnndlc and Burt Conley assistant DAs, - Amnndn Sue Abshire, shoplifting concenlment of goods, sentenced to three days, - Michnel Shnne Bnrber, inisdcmeanor larceiiy, dis­ missed, insufficient evidence. - Austin Tyier Bell, speeding 122 in a 65, dismissed per plen; reckless driving to endnnger, $500, cost, credit for 50 hours Community service. - Robert A. Binckwelder, possessing a certificnte of title to vehicle, prayer for judgment continued, cost. - Justin Clanton Bracken, second degree trespass, dis­ missed, insufficient evidence. - Frederick S. Brown, mis­ demennor probntion violntion, sentenced to nine months; felony probntion violation out of county, sentenced to 11-14 months at expiration of previ­ ous sentence. - Christopher R. Burch, mis­ demennor probntion violntion, sentenced to 60 dnys; misde­ mennor probntion violntion, sentenced lo 12 months nt expi- rntlon of previous sentence. - Christopher F. Cnmp, fnil­ ure to obey trnffic officer, re­ duced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Darlene S. Cnmpbell, mis­ demennor Inrceny, dismissed per plen; simple nssault, sen­ tenced to 60 daysl suspended 18 months, not go nbout Fnmily Dollar, $75, cost, $285 nttomey fee, - David Keith Campbell, speeding 85 in a 70, dismissed per plea; DWI, sentenced to 12 months, suspended 12 months, 7 days active, surrender li- 'cense, not operate vehicle until licensed, 72 hours community service, credit for substance abuse nssessment/follow trent­ ment, $400, cost. i - Becky liolgh Combs, un­ licensed prnctice of veterinary medicine, prnyer for judgment continued; unlicensed.prnctice of veterinnry medicine, dis­ missed per plen. « - John Frnnklin,Coriey, driv­ ing nfter consuming under nge 21, $75, cost; open contniner nfter consuming nlcohol, pos­ session of malt bevernge/un- fortified wine by person not 19/20, fnilure to report nn nc- cident, exceeding snfe speed, dismissed per plen. - Cnrios Antonio Cruz, driv­ ing while license revoked, guilty; speeding 80 in n 70, fnilure to secure pnssenger un­ der nge 16, dismissed per plen; DWI, sentenced lo 12 months. Appealed. - Fnith B. Dnughtery,simple possession schedule VI con- .trolled siibstance, sentenced to 10 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community scrvice within 90 days, $50, cost, $285 attoriiey fee, evidence ordered destroyed. - bekeith O. DeBerry, sim­ ple possession schedule VI controlled substance, $50, cost, $210 nttomey fee, $200 Inb fee, evidence ordered destroyed; driving while license revoked, fnilure io dim hendlnmps, dis­ missed per plen. - Clnrence Driver, littering 15 to SOO pounds, dismissed at request of prosecuting witness. - Quentin Lamiar Dulin, possession of mnrijunnn up to one-hnlf ounce, dismissed in the interest of justice; felony possession of cocnine, dis­ missed, insufficient eviddnce, nil evidence ordered destroyed; DWI, sentenced to 60 dnys, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle un­ til licensed, crcdit for subslance abuse assessment/follow treat­ ment, $ 100, cost; failure to stop for stop sign/fiashing red light, dismissed per plea. - Michael Deane Eariy, breaking or entering, injury lo real property, activate 10 days, - Rose Ellen Edwards, driv­ ing while license revoked, dis­ missed, correcud. - Adnm Lnwrencc Elledge, DWI, sentenced to 60 dnys, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, surrender driver’s license, nol opernle ve­ hicle until licensed, credit for subslnnce abuse assessment/ follow treatment, limited driv­ ing privllege/$100 fee, $100, cost; motorcycle/moped helmet passenger violation, dismissed per plen. - Chnse Dillpn Finch, brenk­ ing or entering', injuiy lo reni property, dismissed per compll- nnce. - Christy Ann Frogge, DWI, sentenced to 12 monlhs; driv­ ing while license revoked, dis­ missed per plen. Appealed, - Thomns F, Glnsscock, ob- Inining property by fnlse pre­ tense, dismissed, civil, - Dennis Lnvon Haile II, speeding 83 in n 55, reduced lo exceeding safe speed, $35, cost, - Angela Marie Hnneline, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost; driving while license revoked, dismissed per plen, - Dana Lee Hnyes, consum­ ing alcohol by person under nge 19, dismissed per compliance, - Paula Cook Hnyes, speed­ ing- 80 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost; driving while license revoked, dismissed, corrected, - Daniel Lee Henning, con­ suming : alcohol by person 19/20, dismissed per compli­ ance, - Thomas Miller Jackson, DWI, sentenced to 120' dnys, suspended 24 months,48 hours communily service, obtnin sub- stnnce nbuse assessment/fol­ low trentment, FIRST progrnm, $200, cost; fleeing to elude nr- rest with vehicle, sentenced to 45 dnys, suspended 24 months, 48 hours communily service, cost;, possession of stolen goods/property, sentenced to 45 clays, suspended 24 months, 48 hours community service, cost, 155 days jail credit; careless and reckless driving, speed­ ing, possession of stolen goods/ property, dismissed per plen, - Gregory Martin Jessup, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle un­ til licensed, credit for subslnnce nbuse nssessment/follow treat­ ment; reckless driving to en­ danger, dismissed per plea, - Cody Lee Johnson; com­ municating threats, dismissed nt request of prosecuting wit­ ness. - Jamie Dale Johnson, com­ municating thrents, guilty, hnve no contnct with victim. - Renee Lynn Johnson, com­ municnting thrents, dismissed nt rccjuest of prosecuting wit­ ness, ’' - Thomns Neil, Jones, brenk­ ing or entering, sentenced lo time served, - Jennifer Blnckweldfer Joyce, use of foreign license while driving while license re­ voked, dismissed, correcled, ,- Mntthew Jnson Kluttz, re­ sisting public officer, sentenced to time served. 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Mendenhall, DWI, sentenced to 24 months, suspended 24 months, 30 days active, 72 hours community service, submit to random tests for alcohol/do not use nlcohol, nny olcohol in system will be a violntion, surrender license, not opernle vehicle until licensed, obtnin. lubstnnce abuse assess­ ment/follow treatment, $610 attorney fee, $500, cost; pos­ session of drug parnphernnlin, sentenced to 45 days at expira­ tion of previous sentence, sus­ pended 24 months; simple pos­ session schedule VI controlled substance, failure to burn headlamps, simple possession schedule III controlled sub­ stance, aid nnd abet impaired driving, possesslon/displny of nitered/ficlilious/revoked li­ cense, dismissed per plen, nil evidence ordered destroyed. - Justin Pnul Miller, three counts domestic violence pro­ tective order, dismissed nt re­ quest of prosecuting witness. - James Wesley O'Guinn, nssnult on n femnle, reduced to simple nssault, prayer for judg­ ment continued. - Rosibel Vnsquez Perez, nllowing unlicensed person lo drive, aid nnd abet impaired driving, dismissed per plen of principle defendant.. - Martha Proctor,Titteririg 15 10 500 pounds, dismissed at re- quest of prosecuting witness. - Brittany Ivana Roy, speed­ ing 97 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, credit for four hours driv­ ing school, $100, cost. - Christine Rector, misde­ meanor probntion violntion, probation revoked, sentenced to 60 days; DWI, sentenced to 18 months, DART program recommended; driving while li­ cense,revoked, reckless driving lo, endanger, failure to comply wilh license restrictions, dis­ missed per plen. - Bmndi Mnrie Reid,' driving while license revoked, reduced lo failure to notify DMV of ad­ dress change, sentenced lo 45 dnys, suspended 12 monlhs, $50, cost, $210 nllomey fee; expired registrntion, dismissed per plea. - Michelle S. Shndroui, de- fendnnt’s motion lo be trans­ ferred to unsupervised probn­ tion, probntion continued. ■ - Wniter Stephen Sikorn, speeding 102 in a 70, driving while license revoked, pos- session/displny of nltered/ fictitious/revoked license, dis­ missed per plen; reckless driv­ ing lo endanger, $500, cost. - Destin Lnmnr Slonn, mis­ demeanor Inrceny, reduced to shoplifting, sentenced to 15 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, cost, not go to Wal Mart. - Jordan Howard Smith, misdemennor Inrceny, reduced to shopliftingi sentenced lo 10 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, cost, $135 attomey fee, not go to Wal Mart. - Crystal Annette Strunk, felony conspiracy, dismissed per pleo of principle defendnnt. - Jeffrey Lynn Talbert, pos­ session of open container/con­ suming nlcohol in pnssenger area, dismissed per plea; sim­ ple possession of schedule VI controlled substance, $75, cost, evidence ordered destroyed. - Randy Travis Turner, as­ sault on a femnle, dismissed due to failure of prosecuting witness to n'ppeor after two sub­ poenas issued. - Joel Wagner Sr., harassing phone coll, dismissed due to foilure of prosecuting witness to appear. - Rusty Shawn Welbom, possession of drug parophema- lio, deferred prosecution, obtain substance obuse assessment/ follow treatment, 24 hovrs community service within 90 doys, $210 attorney fee, cost, if in compliance charges may be dismissed in 12 months; simple possession schedule VI controlled substance, dismissed per plea, evidence ordered de­ stroyed. - Ronald Gene White, com­ municating threats, dismissed al request of prosecuting wit­ ness. Failure to Appear - Cathy Jean Brown, pos­ session of drug parnphemnlia, simple possession schedule II conlrolled subslance. - Callison T. Comerford, speeding 83 in a 70, driving while license revoked. - Holly Anne Finefrock, speeding 92 in a 70. - Kathleen Csnnk-Holey, speeding 83 in o 65. - Elber Hernandez, driving while license revoked, expired registration. - Tiffany B. Lawson,driving while license revoked. - David Bnhena Novo, pos­ session of drug paraphernalia, felony possession of schedule II controlled substance, posses­ sion with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, - Scott Allen Roberts, driv­ ing white license revoked. Tliis vveelc, Forbes magazine ranlied Nortli Carolina tiie tiiird Best State for Business in America, an improvement from last year’s ranking of fifth. i W M y ' Meanwhile, figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics told of even more dramatic improvement in the state’s econonuc outlook. T h e in d ic a to rs : • U n e m p lo y m e n t d e c lin e d fro m 11.1 p e rc e n t in J a n u a ry to 9 .7 p e rc e n t now . • C o rp o ra te p ro fits a r e u p 10 p e rc e n t. • N o rth C a ro lin a is fifth in th e n a tio n fo r p e rs o n a l in c o m e g ro w th sin c c J u n e 200 9 . • T h e sta b iliz a tio n o f th e c o n stru c tio n ^ a n d m a n u fa c tu rin g in d u strie s, w h ic h a r e n o lo n g e r lo sin g jo b s. The Davie County Democratic Party urges everyone to go to the early voting polls and make the choices that w ill continue to lead Davie County, North Carolina, and the United States on a course of sustainable prosperity. MVe u rg e y o u to vote f o r the fo llo w in g : United States Senate: Elaine Marshall U.S. House of Representatives: Billy Kennedy Davie County BOARD OF Commissioners: Chris Anderson and JefT Plott Davie County Sheriff: John Coley N.C. Supreme Court Associate Justice: Robert C. (Bob) Hunter N.C. Court of Appeals: Jane Gray N.C. Court of Appeals: Martha Greer N.C. Court of Appeals: Cressie Thigpen Ad Paid For By The Davie County Democratic Party ; )i 'I ''.î-' 6 ■ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 I'i ,i f D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 - 7 Dr. Peter Brews keeps the'attentlon of Davle High students as he talks about the problems facing the U.S. economy. Economy... Continued From Page 1 we produce, Two years ago, wc suddenly realized that’s not sustainable. What we have to do now is leam to live within our means.” Brews said Americans need to tighten their belts, literally and figuratively. “Americans have to lose 20 percent of their body weight.' If they did, healthcare costs would dissipate and disappear. Sixty percent of our society is either overweight or obese. We have to leam to bring down our levels of consumption. "What you, as the next generation, need to take with you is that you must not live beyond your means. Don’t go into big debt with your education unless you are absolutely sure of the payoff. It’s going to take probably a decade from 2007, about the time you folks are getting out of college,until the economy finds a new balance. It’s going to take the govemment even longer to rebalance, and depending on the political state, that may not happen. But if you will take every dollar you earn, save 10 cents, put 10 cents toward something else, and spend 80 cents, we’ll all be flne.” Brews snid dov^nsizing everything by 20 percent' - Community and school officials are on hand to hear Brews speak. food, clothes, smaller houses, fuel consumption - would all have a positive effect on the economy and is doable, because most people wouldn’t notice or be bothered by a 20 percent reduction. He also talked about home foreclosures, saying Americans have been using their homes as ATJvIs, borrowing against them until their debt hns grown larger than the value of their homes, nnd that is the cause of so many of the foreclosures. "You need to realize who you are and tlie value of you as human beings has nothing to do with the amount of stuff you have. It has to do with surrounding yourself with the people you love nnd who love you. And the good news is you will still hnve more than most people in the world.The annual income per person iri India ' Photos by Robin Snow is about $3,000. The nnnual income per person in China is about $6,000. And the annunl income per person in the U.S. is about $40,000.” Brews talked about the issue of machines replacing humans, that in most factories now, robots have taken the jobs once occupied by humans. He encouraged the students to be innovative and to get involved with organizations that are building the future. "We have to innovate at a faster rate thnn the Indians and Chinese can replicate. The good news Is we've all basically been doing thnt.” Brews told the students they needed to do as well as possible on SA'ft, get into the best colleges they are able to, and leam as much as they can, ■" focusing on math, science, nnd technology. ■ 'I;■ 'I Introducing FaceTime* video calling. Smile. Only on the iPhone* 4. With the nation's largest Wi-FI network.* 41 iPhone 4 iat&t A Night To Remember Form er D avie Girl W est Q u een It was a night to re­ member for Kloi Irving. On Friday night, she was crowned homecom­ ing queen at West For­ syth High School, where she is a senior. 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'Based on AT&T branded and ooetaled liotspols. Requites a 2-year wireless service agreement. IM S ©2010 Apple Inc All lights reserved. 1-вОО-ШРР1Е or www.app(e.com/lphone. Screen Images simulated, ©2010 ATSI Intellectual Prapetty. Service provided by ATil Mobility, All rlglits resetved. AT&T and the АТИЦо are trademarks ol At&T Inlellectual Property, All olher ■--------'—‘herein are the property of thelr respective owners.marks contained Davle County Transportation Drop-In Session C O N T A C T I N F O : M A R C A L L R E D ; T E L 3 3 6 - 7 6 1 - 2 1 1 1 Tho Northwest Piedmont RPO is wanting your opinion on the new Drofl I Stnte Transportntion Improvemont Program for Davic County, Wc will have n list of Iho projects wilh mnps nnd commcnt sheet for you. PIcose lot us know if you would like to see a projcct added or removed, A list of these projects can be found nt http://www,ncdot,gov/projccts. Then click on Davie County, Como in anytime between 11— 1 on Ocl, 26, DAVIE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CHAMBERS; OCT. 26,11 AM -1 PM Scliool Cultural Arts Director Brings Experience By Beth Cassidy Enterprise Record Noël Orndy-Smith has joined the Dnvie school system as the director of cultural nrts K-12 and professional develop­ ment, Orpdy-Smith comcs to Da­ vie from the Winston-Salem/ Forsylh'Còùhty system,|Where she worked for 22 years as dance, teacher, grant writer, arts education: teacher and assistnnt principal. Qrady-Smith’s diities; here will be two-fold, : ; As director of cultural arts, she will work with the arts educators in thè county to help develop and cultivate ways teachers can'engage students in forms of learning, “There is a huge focus about the lack of creativity of the stu­ dents in the United States as compared to students in other countries. We want to give students here the opportunity to invent nnd create using self- expression,” • One example of how stu­ dents can use art in their other clnsses, Grady-Smith said, would be if students are learn­ ing about cell division in sci­ ence class. The typical method of teaching is tp use visual aids, tut another way students can leam is to act out cell division. In that way, Grady-Smith said, they are engaged in the activity, not just seeing it displayed on a board in front of them, "You Wouldn’t necessarily use that with every concept, but with things thnt require a deeper understanding, it cnn be a really big help to use methods like that. We don't need stu­ dents who can use rote metviory anymore. We need out-of-the- box thinking, kids who can cre­ ate and invent.” There will be mnny nrts in education events Inking plnce during the school yenr nt nil the schools, Grady-Smith said nt a recent board of education meeting, during which she in-;. troduced some of the system’s 22 nrts educators, “Einstein said, ‘The greatest scientists are; always nrtists us well,”’: : As, director of professioHal development, GradyrSmith completes a foUrrpersoh cur­ riculum deparWent,that works as a collaboration for "daily problem solving, idea sharing, responsibility sharing, nnd so­ lution-generating activities to beneflt the entire system. We function in support of the prin-' cipnls, teachers, students and families ... to help move our students toward achieving the skills needed to succeed and compete in the global market­ place,” One of Grady-Smith’s proj­ ects is working with tenchers. on a new tcacher evaluation instrument. The project wns piloted in the Winston-Salem/ Forsyth system nnd is designed to. examine teaching practices and the theory behind them. It will help make what is being taught relevant io what students ■ learhed in the yeai^ibeforei and' what they wilj leam iii‘;tlle years after a p<nrtidij|ni:,cburse'.'!;, f; “This Will.give.: a Whole new range cif/iikccountability for teachers, an'd'it;ik;all being done online,” she sai'd; .Vv Superintendent Dr. Robert Landry said, "We were creating a leaner nnd yet more compre­ hensive curriculum department after the departure of several key folks. We knew we had to' have a strong K-12 person, someone to work with AIG, someone to; work with profes­ sional ongoing growth, techni­ cal education, technology and cultural arts. “Cultural arts has been on its own for n long time, although we have provided support, but I wanted lo explore the pos­ sibility of moving the nrts to a new horizon. We encourage the embedding of the arts into our core courses as a menns lo en- hn(ice:the,lesl&ons taught. Noël ■ was already trained in North Carolinil:’s’ nçw. teacher evalu­ ation,' sti'„^e did. not miss any time in juniping* intb this arena . èlectronically. She 'birifi’gs with her a vast knpwiedge^and ac- .‘tufil inyolvemçnt in the arts and will beiable to utilize her strong c o i n * , . to the NC School of the help the nrts staff here. ' “Creativity ond imagina­ tion, cotnbined with teclinol- ogy, make America whnt it is. As we continue to raise the bar for our students academically, it is most important that' we also recognize the need for the arts to be valued, Davie County supports strongly the arts, and Noël working collectively with Please Sec Arts - Pnge 8 Noel Grady-Smith VOTE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2""^VIRGINIA FOXX irg in ia F o x x understands th a t m a n y fam ilies are stretching the ir budgets to m a k e ends m eet. T h a t’s w h y she’s w orlcin g in C on gress to ju m p s ta rt the e c o n o m y b y p u ttin g m o re m o n e y in the h an ds o f h ard-w ^orking fam ilies a n d entrepreneurs. V irg in ia F o x x ’s p la n to strengthen the e c o n o m y includes creating p riva te sector jo b s , lo w e rin g ta xe s, a n d red ucin g w astefu l govejriim ent spending a nd t:he naitionia^ debtii, ’ ’ -rri-i-Tî I ; r ' ; ; ' M ; : и ; ! Í ' V IR G IN IA F O X X ’S P L A N Carolina’s Ètàure C r e a tin g J o b s . ...'"I, Virginia Foxx knows that unerhplo^rt}’^^^ hurtiiigioHr iaitiife^^ our community and that creating private sector jobs is the only remedy. Virginia Vigili fight against the burdensome regulations that hurt small business, which is the economic engine that creates jobs. T a x R e lie f f o r O u r F a m ilie s a n d S m a ll B u s in e s s e s Virginia Foxx knows that keeping taxes low is the best way to help hard-w orking families and small businesses in N orth Carolina. She has repeatedly voted to lower taxes for, middle-class families and will continue to oppose all job-killing tax increases. S to p W a s te fu l G o v e m m e n t S p e n d in g a n d R e d u c e th e N a tio n a l D e b t As a fiscal conservative, Virginia Foxx has fought against increased wasteful government spending and remains committed to her no-earm ark pledge. W ashington’s tax-and-spend model of government is broken, and Virginia is working to reduce the wasteful spending and the national debt. CON r/\c: r VIR(ilNl/\ FOXX: PO. Box 1100, C.'lcmmons, NC 27012 - T()ll Free: 877-253-086 I WWW.VIRCINIAFOXX.COM facebook YoulffliTll Paid for by Virgmia h'oxx for Cougress 8 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 Arts Continued From Pnge 7 the teachers nnd community members will expand our stu­ dents’ and stnff achievements.” Grndy-Smith is serving on the State Board of Educntion, as one of the members of the arts educntors tnsk force, and will work with senators, super­ intendents nnd other lenders of higher educntion to recommend n K-12 nrts implementation policy. She served on the governor’s tencher advisory committee for 10 years nnd wns the first person in the US to become nationally bonrd certified ns nn enrly ndo- lescent genernlist, with n spe­ cialty in sixth-ninth grnde. Grndy-Smith grew up in Rn- Political Forum Thursday At Davie Senior Services Davie County Senior Servic­ es will host a “Meet The Candi­ dates” forum on Thursdny, Oct. 21 at 5:30 p.m.nt the Mocksville site, 278 Meroney St., beside tiie Davie County Hospitnl and the EMS stntion. Beginning nt 5 p.m., there will be n time of refreshments nnd meet nnd greet. The forum will begin nt 5:30 nnd will end by 7:30. “Before you enst your vote this year, come hear from the cnndidntes nnd nsk the questions that you want answered,” snid Beth Haire of Senior Services. Candidates from the US Sen­ ate, US House of Representa­ tives (Dislrict 5), Dnvie County Sheriff, Dnvie County Commis­ sioner nnd Soil & Wnter Conser­ vntion District Supervisor hnve been invited to the forum. All local candidates were invited to the meet nnd greet. During the forum, there will be n time for each candidate to speak, followed by a time for the audience to nsk questions. The forum will be moderated by Rob Raisbeck. To learn more, cnll Senior Services nt 753-6230. leigh and studied nt the College of New Rochelle in New York, where she wns rin English and performing nrts mnjor,' doing intensive studies in dnnce. She completed her college educn­ tion nt UNC-Chnpel Hill, enm- ing n bnchelor’s degree in edu­ cntion with n concentration in specini edticntipn, She earned a master’s degree in school administration from NC A&T University. She has been dance educator of the year in NC and nation­ ally, been tencher of Ihe yenr nnd wns n finnlist for Ihe Terry Snnford nward for creativity nnd innovntion in teaching and innovation. After graduating from UNC- , she opened n privnte dance studio In Chapel Hill that is still in operation, and she taught in the system there as a specini educntion teacher. Grndy-Smith hns four chil­ dren, two boys and two girls, ranging in age froin 19 to 29, and she hns one grandchild, with nnother on the wny. She is n brenst cnncer survi­ vor nnd is, ns .she said, n lover of the nrts nnd user of the nrts in Healing Friends'workshops, for cancer survivors nnd brenst cancer pntients. Slie is married to Frank Smith, who is n professor in the dnnce department nt the NC School of the Arts, nnd they live in Winston-Snlem. Shiloh Bnptist Church will celebrnte its 125th anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 24. Pnstor Joe Clark will bring the 11 a.m. messnge nnd mu­ sic will be provided by the chancel choir under llie di­ rection of Mngnlene Gnither. Bishop James E. Ijnmes of Mt. Zion Holiness Church will be speaker for the 3 p.m. service, accompanied by his congregn­ tion. Music will be by soloist. .■ I i; DAVIE RV & BOAT STORAGE caEsaj • E n c lo s e d S to r a g e • C o v e r e d S to r a g e • O p e n S to r a g e REASONABLE RATES 8 1 4 S . M a i n S t r e e t , M o c k s v i l l eCall Will Marklin for more information 336-7S1-2492 Locally Grown, Hydroponic T o m a t o e s O p e n in g O c to b e r 2 1 st! We now have Large Slicing Tomatoes & Grape Tomatoes. Come Taste IlOtUSi TllURJi. & I'’RI. NOON-Sl'M AND S,\T. 8,\M-N0()N Dew Drop Farm 302 Foster Road, Mocksville (Foiilcr Rd. Ih just off Ridge Rd. in Western Dnvio Coimty) Call Fo r Directions (3 3 6 ) 4 9 2 -5 2 6 3 Shiloh Baptist Celebrating 125th Church Anniversary Pnt Peoples nnd saxophonist Justin Lackey. Lunch will be nl 1:30 p.m. Pregnancy Care Center Plans Open House At New Site The Dnvic Pregnnncy Cnre Center will host nn open house nt hs new locntion, 491 Mndi­ son Road, Mocksville, from 2-5 p.m. Sundny, Oct. 24. It had been located on Depot Street since its inception. N A A C P B a n q u e t F riday The nnnunl Freedom Fund Bniii|uet sponsored by Dnvie NAACP will be Friday, Oct. 22 at Da,vie Senior Services begin­ ning at 7 p.m. Music will be by the Rev. Rick Mayes nnd Rnphnel Haus­ er. ' Cnll Bnrbara Seawright nt 998-6043 or Priscilln Willinths .. al 782-6138 for more informn­ tion. a ^ V The Difference! | •‘^ R E i L E C T W S t e Republican Candidate For DAVIE COUNTY SHERIFF “ A s d e t e r m i n e d a n d d e d i c a t e d a s a n y m a n y o u ’l l e v e r k n o w t o r e d u c e o u r k i d s ’ e x p o s u r e t o l U e g ^ D r u g s , I m p r o v e S c h o o l S a f e t y , a n d R e d u c e C r i m e i n D a v i e C o u n t y . ” j A n d y Stokes' ♦ The Experience and Training... Over 35 years combined service to tho citizens ofDavie Countj^ as a North Carolina Highway Patrolman, Davie County Magistrate, and 4 years as your Sheriff. I, \yithout question, have more training and oxperionce in both the Civil and Criminal sides of the Law. > In the Community... Active with tho yoiith of DaWe County for many years, Little League Baseball Coach, Director and Prosidont of Youth Football League for 2 years. Served as Dcacon, MembDr oi Church Council, Chairman Building and Grounds Committee, currently active in my Church, ♦ Why VOTE FOR “Andv” Stokes for Sheriff? Four years ago I came to you with a vision ond a plan for your Sheriff’s Offico. 1 told you what I stood for; I told you what I would do and how I would do it You now know, without a doubt, that I said what 1 meant, and I meant what I said. Doing what you say is what builds trust. ♦ A New Direction for the Davie County Sheriff’s Office... For the last four years the Davie County SherifTs Office has set the standard for character, hard work, ethics, integrity, and accountability to those we serve Davie County is now a safer place to live, work, play and raise a family. Your tax dollars are being spent more wisely. There are more ofRcera worldnc they are better equipijed for their protection and yours, they aro better paid, but still underpaid, their morale has never been higher, coverage is better resDonsa time IS down, your schools are safen your kids are better educated on the dangers of illegal drugs, bullies, and gangs, and the availaklity of drugs is wav;wav down. The words, Davie County ShenfTs Oflice has become synonymous with the toughest, most aggi-essive, most successful illegal drug enforcement nolitw believe mr iLrTHM^^ at'fheln^^®®"'® approach to illegal drugs is also a miyor deterrent to illegal immigrants and to gang activity becausr My Promise... L 7 st'aT ^ e n lh ey “ adL^^^^ «««nomic times, I am so proud ofthe dedication and accomplishments of For the last four years your SheriiTs Oflice has been in a constant state of change, growth, and improvement and wo are meeting the challenges ofn chaniriniT society and an exploding population because of hard work and strong leadership. My promise to you, if re-elected, ia that commitment will never change “People will doubt what you say...They will believe what you do.” www.stokes4sheriff.com Paid for by Stokes 4 Sheriff Campaign . ... . v:- V. " .V U n i o n C h a p e l B r e a k f a s t S a t u r d a y Union Chnpel United Methodist Church, US 601 North, Mocksville, will hnve nn nll-you-cnn-eat breakfast Snturday, Oct. 23,6:30-10 a.m. for $6 a plate. The menu will include eggs, ham, sausage, grits, grnvy, npples, biscuits, drink. G M M M B C S e r v i c e T o B e n e f i t B u i l d i n g F u n d On Sundny, Oct. 24 nt 3 p.m., Grenier Mount Morinh Mission­ nry Baptist Church will be having a fellowship service to benefit the building fund. The special guests will be Ihe Rev. Gary Milton and his congregntion from Boxwood Bnptist Church. Everyone is invited. F a l l F e s t i v a l / C h i c k e n S t e w S a t u r d a y A t I j a i v e s B a p t i s t Ijnmes Bnptist Church will hold n Fnll Festival/ Chicken Stew on Saturday, Oct.’ 23 beginning nt 5 p.m. nt the church shelter. Join for a fun-filled evening with gnmes nnd prizes, hay rides and homemade chicken slew. Bring chnirs for fellowship. Ijnmes is nt Sheffield nnd Ijnmes Church ronds. Y a r d S a l e B y Y o u t h S a t u r d a y A t M a i n v i l l e A M E Z i o n The youth of Mainville AME Zion Church will sponsor a ynrd snle on Snturdny, Oct. 23 from 8 n,m.-2 p.m. Tnbles will be nvnil­ nble for rent for .$10 and you keep proceeds. There will be hotdogs, chips nntl drinks for snle. All proceeds go toward purchasing n drumset for the church. Contact Hnzel Diilnrd nt 336-399-9214 or Ethel Wilson nt 998-3196 for any questions. M i s s i o n a r y B e n e f i t L u n c h S a t u r d a y I n M o c k s v i l l e A Missionnry Benefit Lunch will be held from 10 n.m.-2 p.m. Salurday, Oct. 23 at Mocksville Church of God, US 64 Enst be­ side the Nntionnl Gunrd Armoiy. Pintes wilh hamburger or hotdog with the fixings, nnd beans, chips and a dessert will be $5. Four individunis are going to the Philippines in June, 2011 ■ Aaron Hollifield, Daniel Hollifield, Fnith Hollifield and Amanda Earley. They will hold youlh crusades, open market evangelism, church services nnd shnre Christ. Direct questions to Aaron Hollifield at 9094609. T r u e L i g h t P l a n s A n n i v e r s a r y True Light Christian Ministries will have its 10th church nnni­ versnry celebration nt the Davie County Public Library on Satur­ day, Oct. 23 at 4 p.m. Bishop James E. Ijames, pastor of Mt. Zion Holiness Church, will deliver Ihe evening message. The public is invited. Daraja Children’s Choir To Be At Blaise On Oct. 27 Cultures unite when The Daraja Children’s Choir of Africa will perform at Blnise Bnptist Church in Mocksville on Wednesday, Oct. 27 nt 6:30 p.m. lo bring a message of joy nnd hope through Africnn song nnd dnnce. Darnjn menns "bridge” in Swnhili, nnd the choir, mnde up of 24 orphnns and vulnerable children from Kenya, serve as a bridge to connect the people of Africn nnd America. This is a life-changing opportunity for these children to leam and experience the Ameri­ can culture, as many of them have never experienced life outside of Kenya. At the same time, Americans have the opportunity to step into the lives of these Kenyan children by hearing their testi­ monies and experiencing traditional Africnn song nnd dnnce. "We hnd the opportunity lo host this group of wonderful chil­ dren Inst year,” stnted Jeremy Amick, associate pastor of disciple­ ship nnd outreach. “We were incredibly blessed. Their joy nnd enlhusinsm nimost mnsks the reality of Ihe situation they hnve momentnrily left in their homelnnd. Their music nnd message is an inspiration for all nges.” The choir is embarking on two U.S. tours this yenr, which in­ cludes a stop in Mocksville. In spite of dealing with unimagi­ nable hardships, these children nre overflowing with joy nnd love, which they nre enger to share, as is evident in their performnnce, Amick snid! The Daraja Children’s Choir of Africa is part of The 410 Bridge, n non-profit orgnnizntion focusing on mission work in Kenya. The 410 Bridge exists to connect people within the body of Christ to contribute to the self-developing capabilities of the people of Kenya. The concert will be held in the Blaise Family Life Center and admission is free. Donations for the 410 Bridge will be accepted. For more information, call the church at 751-3639 or visit wmv. BlaiseBaplisl.com. W e s l e y a n H o m e c o m i n g S u n d a y Homecoming will be Sunday, Oot. 24 at Mocksville Wesleyan Church, with a concert by the local group "Pnid For” and a pot- luck dinner on the grounds. There will be no service that night. Everyone is asked to wenr old-time clothes to church thnt dny. F e s t i v a l S a t u r d a y A t O a k G r o v e A fall festivnl will be held from 6-9 p.m, Saturday, Oct, 23 at Onk Grove United Methodist Church, 1994 US 158, Mocksville, There will be chicken stew, trunk or trent, gnmes, prizes, n bon­ fire, cotton candy, hay rides nnd more - nil free. Cnll 751-2453. 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Owner 336-998-2693 • Office 336-940-7266 • Mobile Put This Space lb Work ForYou Call 336-751-2129 Put This Space ToWoilc ForYou Call 336-751-2129 E A T O N FUNERAL HOME SINCE 1951 325 North Main Street Mocksville, NC 27026 336-751-2148 C a l l 7 5 1 -2 1 2 9 t o A d v e r t i s e Y o u r B u s i n e s s o n t h e C h u r c h P a g e . • " ''- t к i>\ \V .:a , . ï - V.,'.« ......................... . y »''i-vV- B obby G ray B edford Mr. Bobby Orny Bodforcl, 79, of Deadmon Rond, Mocks­ ville, died on Mondny, Oct. 11, 2010, nt home surrounded by fnmily. He wns born Feb 12, 1931, to the late Oscar Franklin and Mattie LeBertha Spainhour Bodford in Forsyth County. He wns' a fnrmer, owner and operator of a country store and part-time worker at Food Lion until his henlth declined. He loved to chat with people, customers, nnd church folk nt Trinity Baptist, friends on the telephone and family mem­ bers. His children and grnnd­ children will always remember th.e stories of yesteryear he told while sitting in his recliner. He was also preceded in death by 3 brothers, Grndy Bodsford, Tip Bodsford, nnd Heni7 Bodford; nnd 2 sisters, Ruth Cnudle and Mary Simp­ son. Survivors; his wife of 60 yenrs, Fannie Emmn Ornnt Bodford of the home; 2 sons, Orny (Wnndn) Bodford of Ad­ vnnce and Eddie (Debbie) Bod­ ford of .Mocksville; 2 sisters, Mildred Miles of Clemmons nnd Betty Whitman (his twin sister) of Advance; 5 grandchil­ dren, Biyan Bodford, Kntrinn Wright, Jennifer Hilton, Tricia Mulgrew, and Perry Bodford; 7 great-grandchildren. Hunter Bodford, Lane Wright, Jared and Jnyderi Hilton, nnd Alex, Riley and Emma Mulgrew. A funeral service was con­ ducted at И n.m. Thursdny, Oct. 14 nt Trinity Bnptist Church with Dr. Dnrrell Cox officinting. The fnmily receive friends on Wednesdny, Oct. 13, nt the church. •' Mcmori(ils: Rownn Re­ gionnI Hospice, 720 Grove St., Salisbury, 28144; or Trinity Bnptist Church, 2722 US 601 S. Mocksville; Online condolences: wifii'. eatonfiineralservlce.com. W W W . ourdavie .com C atherine M . G riffin Cntherine M. "Kny" Grif­ fin, 83, of Fremont, N.Y. died enrly Sunday afternoon, Oct. 17, 2010, With tier family by her bedside at tho home of her dnughter, Betty Haenisch of Arkport. Bom in Manhattan on Nov. 11, 1926, she wns n dnughter of the Inte Jpmes and Cath­ erine Cullen DeVito. She hns resided in Fremont since 1962 nnd hnd been employed by the former Big N, at the Ponce de- Leon Restaurant as n waitress nnd nt Wegmans in Hornell nnd retired from the Ounlocke in Wnyland. For 15 years she received, enjoyment from the students and tenchers nt Ark­ port Central School where she served ns n foster grnndpnrent with the Livingston County Foster Grandparent program. She attended St. Ann's Chiirch of Our Lady of the Valley Par­ ish in Hornell nnd was a pnst member of the Arkport Memo- rinl American Legion Post Aux- iliao'. Her pastimes included embroidering, candle wicking, cooking, baking and trnveling lo North Carolinn to spend time with fnmily. Survivors; 5 children, Jnmes Yeznrski of New Bern, Betty (Mnrk) Hnenisch of Arkport, Albert Yeznrski of Arkport, Lindn (Jim) Harris of Mocks­ ville and John Yezarski of New Bern; II grnndchildren; 3 great-grnndchildren; her sis­ ter, Eiiznbeth "Betty" Foley of Staten Islnnd; nieccs nnd neph­ ews; nnd her dog, Chico. She wns nlso predecensed by her brother, Michael 'DeVito nnd 2 sisters, Josephine Lntino nnd Margaret Sullivnn. Cniling hours were Wednes­ dny nt the Bishop & Johnson Fu­ nernl Home in Homell, where n funeral seiVlce took place nt 10 n.m. Thursdny with Deacon Robert McCormick officiating. Commhtnl prnyers nnd burinl followed nt St. Mnry's Cem­ etery, Town of Fremont. Memorials; Southern Tier Hospice, 1I75I East Corn­ ing Rd., Corning, NY 14830; or Dialysis Unit at Mercycnre, 1 Bethesda Dr., Homell, NY 14843. Online condolences; wii’ii’. hisliopancljulm sonfiiiieral- lioiiie.com. r a g o n s P iz z a 2 5 Any Pizza - Any Size Ô with 25 Wings ^50plus tax AM itiomì $3.00 OFF with couponi COMING SOON Lunch ana Dinner Pizza Buffet 1358 Salisbury Rd • Mocksville, NC 3 3 6 -75 3 -1776 • W E D E L I V E R ! C o n c r e t e D r i v e w a y s M ay Not Cost As Much As You Think The Average Driveway can be paved at 4” thick with Fiberglass Reinforced concrete for approximately $2.25 per sq. ft. CALL FOR DETAILS! Shoaf C M c n ie Co. Mocksville, NC 336-751-1989 Mon-Fri 6:30am - 3:30pm B enny T hom as Powell Mr. Benny Tliomas Powell, 60, of US 64 West, Mocksville, died Tuesday, Oct. 19,2010, at W.G. Hefner VA Mcdicnl Cen­ ter in Snlisbury. He wns bom Jnn. 4,1950, in Forsyth County to the Inte Fred Thomns and Dorothy Irene Tut­ terow Powell. He wns a mem­ ber of Center United Methodist Church in Mocksville, and was retired from Kosa of Salisbury after 37 yenrs. He served in the U.S. Navy and was a member of the American Legion Post 54. He wns n golfer and a mem­ ber of the Davie Senior Bowl­ ing Team. Survivors; his aunt, Minnie Lewis of. Asheville; a specinl cousin. Gall Jordnn nnd hus­ bnnd Clyde of Mocksville; nnd severni other cousins. A funernl service wns to be conducted at 2 p.m. Thurs­ day, Oct. 21, nt Center United Methodist Church with the Rev. Robin Fitzgernld officint­ ing. Burinl was to follow in the church cemetery. The family was to receive friends Thurs­ day from 1:30-2 at the church. Memorials; Center Melhod­ ist, c/o Linda Owings, 728 Wil­ kesboro St., Mocksville. Online condolences: ii'iv»'. eatonfimeralscrvice .com, M axine ‘B ird ’ Sw eatt Maxine “Bird” Swentt, 67, of River Road, Advnnce, died on Sunday, Oct. 10,2010 ns the result of n motorcycle accident in Surry County. Born in Fort Dodge, lown, on Feb. 6, 1943, she wns the dnughter of the late Willnrd and Hazel Hamann Peterson. She was a medical technologist nt Wake Forest Bnptist Medi­ cnl Center and was a member of Fountnin of Life Luthernn Church in Kernersville. She wns also a member of the Chris­ tian Motorcycle Riders. Her husband of 36 years, Ivnn Curtis Swentt, preceded lier in death. Survivors; 5 sisters, Cnryl (Dnve) Wilson of Snn Diego, Calif.; Marilyn Flick of Lake Havasu City, Ariz.; Connie (Wnyne) Turner of Manchester, lown; Phyllis (Grnnt) Olds of Mounds View, Minn, nnd Marcia Wenver of Advance; 4 nephews; 3 nieces; and numer­ ous friends. A celebration of life service was held on Salurday, Oct. 16, nt 5 p.m. nt the Fountnin of Life Luthernn Church with the Rev. Keith Speaks officinting. The fnmily received friends Sntur­ dny. There wns n gnthering of friends in the church fellowship hall following the service. Memorinis: Fountain of Life Lutheran Churcii, 323 Hopkins Road, Kernersville, 27284; or Cnmp Carefree,’ 275 Carefree Road,Stokesdale, 27357. Online condolences; w h’ii>. (Iaviefimerahervicv.com. R alph E d w ard C all Ralph Edwnrd Call, 94, of Fairfield Rond, Mocksville, died on Sundny, Oct. 17,2010, at Rownn Regional Mcdical Center. Born in Dnvie County on June 7, 1916, he wns the son of the Inte Taylor B. and Corn Phelps Cnll. He wns n retired salesman for 50 yenrs from J.P. Green Milling in Mocksville and W.A. Davis in High Point. He was a member of Liberty United Methodist Church nnd Mocksville Mnsonic Lodge 134. Mr. Cnll served in the US Army, receiving n ribbon with four Major Battle Stars, the Bronze Star for meritorious service, and Thè Purple Henrt for wounds in action. He was the oldest Worid War II veternn in Dnvie County. Survivors: his wife of 69 years, Margaret Mayberry Cnl- lof the home; 3 daughters, Bar­ bnrn (Jerry) James of Anderson, S.C., Jnnet (Floyd) Lewis of Mocksville, Snrnh (Mike) Sur­ ratt of Salisbury; 1 sister, Edna Janowski of Jacksonville, Fin.; 6 grnndchildren; nnd 5 great- grnndchildren. He was also preceded in death by 5 brotliers, Graham, Oscar, Clarence, Charies and Jimmy Call, nnd n sister, Ruby Call McDaniel. A celebration of life service will be held on Wednesdny, Oct. 20 nt 10 n.m. nt Liberty United Methodist Church with the Rev. Knren Roberts officint­ ing. Burinl with military honors by the VFW Memorial Honor Gunrd will follow in the church cemetery. The fnmily received friends on Tuesday, Oct. 19 at Davie Funernl Service, with Mnsonic Rites. Memorials: Liberty Method­ ist Cemetery or Mniiitennnce Fund, 141 Liberty Circle, Mocksville. Online condolences: ti’tt’ii'. ilaviefimeralservicc.com. ..J V t -I V j.,..:, I / , .4Ì. V ictoria Sue R atchford Mrs. Victorin “Vicky” Sue Feimster Ratchford of Stnnley died Sundny, Oct. 17, 2010 at home. A celebration of her life wns held nt 10 n.m .Wednesdny, Oct. 20, nt Emmnnuel Luther­ nn Church in Lincolnton with the Rev. Dennis Hacker nnd Dr. Trncy Jessup officinting. The fnmily received friends in tiie North Wing of Emmnnuel Luthernn Church on Tuesday. Burinl was at Center Methodist Church, Mocksville at 3 p.m. on Wednesday. Mrs. Ratchford wns bom in Iredell County Feb.4, 1944 lo the Inte Ralph nnd Frnnccs Holmes Feimster. Her family, moved to Mocksville when she was a young child. She gradu­ ated from Davie High School and attended Lenoir Rhyne College where she was a mem­ ber of Della Zetn Sorority, Site completed her undergrnduate degree nt High Point Universi­ ty, enrning n bnchelor’s degree in English nnd licensure in sccondnry educntion. She Inter earned a mastér’s degree in curriculum from tho University of North Carolinn at Chariotte nnd a doctorate in educntionni leadership from the University of North Carolina at . Greens­ boro. Mrs. Ratchford served in the public schools for 30 yenrs ns n tencher nnd school admin­ istrator working in Randolph, RoWan and Lincoln counties. In' Rowan;‘ shtì was the' direc­ tor of secondary education. In 1997, she was named Lin­ coln County Principnl of the Year. She retired from Lincoln County Schools in 2003, hav­ ing served as principal of East Lincoln High School nnd as the director of secondary edu­ cation. From 2003-2010, she taugiit in the Graduate Sciiool of Education nt GnrdneriWebb University, Boiling Spring. Site was chosen as the Outstanding Graduate Faculty Member in August 2006. Mrs. Ratchford wns a dissertation committee chair for Nova Southeastern University in Florida. In her years in public school service, Mrs. Ratchford was an nctive pnrticipant in community and professional organizations including the Denv?r-Lake Norman Rotary Club nnd the Bnst Lincoln Betterment Asso­ cintion. She held memberships in the Association of Supervi­ sion and Curriculum Develop­ ment, Delta Kappa Gamma, Kappa Delta Pi, nnd served on the Bonrd of N-C. Tenchers of English. Survivors: her husband of 45 yenrs, Rny L. Rntchford of the home; their son Craig and wife Joanie of Greens­ boro; nnd their son Chris and wife Aubrey of Chariotlé; sis­ ter, Kny F. Allen and husband Johnny of Mocksville; Craig nnd Jonnie’s children, Jason, ■Hollie, and Lillie; Chris and Aubrey’s child will be born in April of 2011. Memorinis: Emmanuel Lu­ thernn Church, 216 S. Aspen St., Lincolnton, 28092; Lenoir- Rhyne University, Hickory, 28603; Gardner-Webb Univer­ sity, Boiling Spring, 28017; or the Ovnrinn Cancer National Alliance,910 17"'Street, N.W., Suite 1190, Wnshington, DC 20006, S e l l i t f a s t with a classified a d . 1-877-7S1-2120 ' t / R oger D ale Yokley Mr. Roger Dale Yokley, 53, of Rainbow Road, Advance, died Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010, at Kale B. Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston-Salem. He was born April 27,1957, in Forsyth County lo Virginia Wenvil Yokley nnd the Inte Chnriie Lindsay Yokley. Mr. Yokley nttended Dulin United Methodist Church, wns the owner of Yokley Lnwn Cnre nnd worked nt RJ. Reynolds. He wns a member of the Farm­ ington Masonic Lodge and had been with the Smith Grove Fire Department for 15 yenrs. Survivors: his wife, Ginger Robertson Yokley of the home; his mother of Winston-Salem, who' had lived with him tlie last two years until his illness; a daughter, Elizabeth Yokley (Chris) Noles of Salisbury; a son, Eric Thompson (Tiffany) Yokley of Mocksville; mother- in-law, Ivn Dorse of Mocks­ ville; n sister,. Debbie (James) Cox of Fountain Inn, S.C,; 3 brothers, Mnurice (Jnnice) Yokley and Michael (Robin) Yokley, all of Winston-Salem and Mahlon (Shnrron) Yokley of Richlnnds; 2 grnndchildren, Austin and Logan; 2 stepgrand- children, Madison Noles and Emily Wntts; Keighley CninJ 4 nieces; 4 nephews; 5 great- nieces; nnd 5 grent-nephews, ■' A'fuitornl sirvlco was tO'be' conducted nt 2 p,m„ Thurs­ dny, Oct. 21, nt Enton Funeral Chnpel with the Revs. Mnrilyn Weiler nnd Rny O’Ferrell offi­ cinting. Burinl wns to follow in Dulin United Metliodist Cem­ etery with Masonic graveside rites conducted by Fnrming­ ton Masonic Lodge AF&A M 265. The family was to receive friends from 6-8 p.qi. Wednes­ day, Oct. 20, at tlie funeral home. Memorials; Dulin Methodist, c/o Jerry Hendrix, 2112 Mill­ ing Road; or Hospice/Pnllinlive CnreCenter of Dnvie, 377 Hos­ pitnl St., Ste. 103, Mocksvilie. • Online condolences: www. ealonfimeralservice.com. Joe C alvin H ellard Mr, Joe Cnivin Hellnrd, 55, of Turrentine Church Rond, Mocksville, died Fridny, Oct. 15, 2010, at Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem. He wns born Sept. 29, 1955, in Rownn County to the inte Reuben nnd. Ruth Peacock Hellnrd. He wns n member of Turrentine Bnptist Church nnd . had been employed wilh Hanes Distribution and Wal-Mart. Survivors; his daughter, Kimberiy Jo Clark; 4 grandchil­ dren, Summer, Toby, Tyler and Aden; 2 sisters, Margie Hellard nnd Knthy Rogers (Pntrick); n brother, Johnnie Hellard (Lola), all of Mocksville; and several nieces and nephews. A grnveside service wns con­ ducted nt 3 p.m. Mondny, Oct. 18 nt Turrentine Bnptist Church Cemetery with the Rev. Fred Cnriton nnd Johnnie Hellnrd officinting. The family received friends from 12:30-2:30 Mon­ day at Enton Funernl Home. Memorinis; Dnvie County Humnne Society PO Box 153, Mocksville, 27028; or to Hos- pice/Pailiative СагеСеШег; 377 Hospitnl St., Suite 103, Mocics- viile. Online condolences; eaumfmieralservice .com. O b i t u a r i e s D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 - 1 1 All-Steel Buildings, Roofing, Panels, Trims and Roll-Up Doors B obby M axw ell F oster H enry A rth u r Johnson Dr. Bobby Mnxwell Foster, Henry Arthur Johnson, 89, 77| of Pinehurst, died on Oct. of Winston-Snlem, died unex- 13, 2010 surrounded by fam- pectedly on Oct. 13,2010 at his home. He was bom in Statesville on March 15, 1921, the.eldest child of Ihc late Lee and Mabel Johnson. When he was n teen, ily. He was bom Dec. 7,1932 In Mocksville to the late Robert Lee and Sue Deadmon Foster of Davie. Dr. Foster attend­ ed Mocksville High School, his family moved to New York Cntnwbn College, and entered where he completed his edu- Wake Foster University Col- cation. He served in the U.S. lege of Medicine nt age 19. In Army during Worid War II, and mcdical school, he earned аса- enmed commendnlions includ- demic honors nnd grndunted in ing the Americnn Servicemnn’s 1957. He completed post-grnd- Medal, Asiatic Pacific Service uate training nt the U.S. Public Mednl, Good Conduct Medal, Health Hospital on Staten Is- Philippinn Libertnrinn Ribbon, lnnd, N.Y., nnd the U.S. Public nnd the WWII Victory Mednl. Henllh Hospital in Cherokee. Soon afler, he met Lois Porte’ He pnrticipnted in n tulorini whom he mnrried in New York in cnrdiology at N.C. Baptist on Jan. 16,1948. To this union Hospital in Winston-Salem. A 15 children were bom. He em- native of Mocksville, Dr. Fos- ployed by Pan-American and ter retumed home in I960 to British Airways until he retired practice medicine nnd estnb- at the age of 65. In 2005, he lished the Davie Family Medi- and Lois relocated to Winston-, cal Center where he served Salem, where he continued to as president. He wns medical enjoy his retirement with fam- directpr/physician of Davie ily. He enjoyed solving jumble Health Department and Da- puzzles and was a life lover of vie Health Care and Wellness jazz music, especinlly Snrnh Center in Mocksville, nssistnnt Vnughn, Louis Armstrong, clinic professor of family medi- Duke Ellington, John Coltrnne cine at Wnke Forest Universiiy nnd his favorite, Billie Holiday, •College of Medicine, iind a fel- One of his favorite hobbies was low of the Americnn Academy working on cars with his sons, of Family Physicians. From He spent many Snturdny’s with 2001-2003, he was a physi- his Uncle Hugh sharing a drink clan at Physicians Elder Care over jazz and blues. He enjoyed in Winston-Salem, nnd In 2004 hanging out with his best friend became owner and medical di- Leroy Johnson. He loved all his rector of Sandhills Hospitality fnmily nnd friends, but held n Medicnl Associntes in South- specinl pince in his heart for his em Pines. Dr. Foster was a cer- cousin, Robie Jr., with whom tlfied mcdical director, earned he and his family spent many certification of ndded qunlificn- summer vncntions. He hnd a lion in geriatric medicine, and special love for his brother and wns recertified n diplomnt of sister Bill nnd Yi and developed the American Board of Family close relationships wilh their Practice. He was a life.member children Glen, Judy, Steven of the Alpha Omega Alpha Na- and Laura. He was a protector, tlonal Honor Medical Society, teacher, motivator, comedian, Phi Chi Mcdical Fraternity, and best friend, and hero. He pro­ participated in medicnl soclet- vided guidance to his children ies/associations. He was dedi- using humor and led by exam- cnled 10 n quest for professionnl pie. Whnt most will remember development to better serve pn- wns his 100-wntt smile. During tients. He hnd n pnssion forge- the lnst few yenrs Henry spenl rintrics, wns n fentured speaker most of his lime hanging out at community events on pre- with his youngest grandchild ventative medicine for the el- and buddy Chey. derly, and volunteered on the He was preceded in death by medical staff of Heart Y’s Pro­ gram and West Forsyth Family YMCA. An active member of First Baptist Church in Mocks­ ville for years. Dr. Foster led his eldest son, Lee Johnson, nnd his brother. Bill Johnson. Survivors; his wife of 62 yenrs, Lois; 4 sons, Derek Johnson (Valnrie), Duane the Men’s Bible Study Group, Johnson, Terence Johnson, nnd snng in the choir, nnd donnted Pnul Johnson;' 10 daughters, the land for the parsonage. He Elvena Johnson, Henrietta But- was n Rotary Club member, a ler (Raymond), Pameln Dun- scrntch golfer, bridge nnd chess cnn, Shelln Johnson, Wnndn plnyer, nnd a reader. Dr. and Fowler, Lois Wardlaw, Rhon- Mrs. Foster retired to Pinehurst da Johnson, Donna Johnson, where they attend The Village Dorn Johnson, Shnnn Johnson Chnpel. Dr. Foster wns one of and Karen Laland-Hayden; 40 the developers of the Plnewild grandchildren; 60 great-grand- Community in Pinehurst. children; and 5 great-great Survivors; his wife, Joy Spin- grandchildren; a sister, Leona ner Foster; 3 children, Stepha- Lowe; a sister-in-law, Violet nie Lynn (Basil Hudson), Ste- “Mimi” Johnson; 2 uncles, Le- phen Wade Foster (Monie), toy Campbell (Lillie), Ernest Sabrina Mnxwell (RB Blnck), Cnmpbell (Eva Mae); a host of and their mother Colean Smith nieces, nephews, other relatives Foster; 2 stepchildren, Lisa nnd friends. J. Spinner nnd Jeff Spinner Funeral service was Tues- (Carla); 4 grandchildren, Sean day,Oct. I9at9a,m.inthecha- Maxweii Hudson, Blair Fos- pel of Graham Funeral Home, ter. Hunter Foster (Abby), nnd Henry Thompson officinled Tyler F. Blnck; 3 step-grnnd- and burial followed at National children, Justin, Brianna and Cemetery in Salisbury. A wake Austin Spinner; his caregiver, was held on Monday evening nl Mnry Ann Cook; nnd fnther-in- the funeral home, inw Robert E. Anderson. Online condolences; Qraha- A memorial service will be mFimeralHome.net. conducted on Oct!.30 at 2:30 p.m, nt the Hayworth-Miller Kinderton Chapel, 108 E, Kinderton Way in Advance, Fnmily will receive friends fol­ lowing the service. WWW. o u rd a v ie .c o m N eal Stone G ordon Sr. Mr, Neal Stone “Pop” Gordon Sr., 60, of Advance died Oct. 15, 2010 at his residence. He wns bom June 12,1950 in Forsyth County to Donnie Stone Gordon and Zena Alda Norman. He was preceded in death by his fnther. Mr. Gordon founded Gordon and Sons Fine Grading in 1996. He put his family first, and loved to hunt nnd fish with his sons nnd grnndsons. Another pnssion wns beekeeping. Surviving; his wife of 40 yenrs, Linda Ralhbone Gordon of the home; 2 sons, Neal Gordon Jr. and wife Shana, and Jeremy Gor­ don and wife Jennifer, all of Advance; 3 grandchildren, Nathan, Stephen and Cameron Gordon; his mother, Zenn Aldn Norman Gordon of Spartanburg, S.C.; 2 sisters, Cina Fero of Spartanburg, Shnron Collins of King; nnd 2 brothers, Wnyne Gordon of Char­ lotte and Normnn Gordon of Blountville, Tenn; The fnmily received friends Monday, Oct. 18 at Hayworth- Miller Silas Creek Chapel. The Funeral Service was at 2 p.ni. Tuesday, Oct. 19 at Hayworth-Miller Silas Creek Chapel offici­ ated by the Rev. Keith Beckner. Burial followed in the Westlawn Gardens of Memory in Clemmons. I I Iii- $ 1 , 6 4 9 Asson)hlo(J .in B clivpm l • Galvanized base with wood lloor optional. S'B"mlt-up door, trim pacliage and 40- Yoar Warranty on a ll painted aurtacei. • Call or visit ua for your m elal roofing, panels, trim and roll-up door needs. BETCO Is ait Emroy Star partner. 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Miller says that other de­ partments in the county are invited to use the new station for training courses. “We’re fortunate to be able to do this.” Advance responds to ap­ proximately 600 colls a year and the new building’s design is a plan for the future. “In 20 or 30 years frpm now we’ll still be mpdern says Advance Fire Depart­ ment Bpard President Danny Chandler. “This was planned fpr the future,” . .. , Ч,- -»i . - -V '■ -X-.sr. !f, f ,4 . Svorts D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 - B l Joe Watson jumps over the West corner for a touchdown. At right, Stephon Smoot runs wide during Davie’s crucial victory.- Photos by James Barringer C l u t c h W i n Davie 2-0 In CPC After Stopping West 21 -17 By Brinn Pitts Davie Enterprise Record ' Davie football coach Doug llling could have used some Tyicnol nnd Rolnids when his offense kept fniling to put away visiting West Forsyth in Friday’s mnssiye showdown. With Mt. Tabor coming up next, this wns n game 'Dnvie absolutely needed to win. . |,Blit Di\yi(5’s kwanning defense re- lil^ed'to buckle in the fourth quarter, Jfiid llling cam? away wearing a broad smile. JI^e(2jr|7,y^ the most grat- ntj;Confe^nce K viri||ji,'|i)ij^;^i^^|ie ;>^r;Eiigles, with a‘tliird straight Winjii^iJrpyed to 4-4 ovfroil and 2-6 in the CPC. They .<!cnt;West’s senson into criticni condi­ tion at 6-2,0-2. “I put it on (defensive coordina­ tor Devore) Holmnn because we just couldn’t gel a first down at the end,” Worth Noting... Carson Herndon threw two TDs to Joe W atson as Davie varsity fwtball defented W. For­ syth 21-17; Jared Barber had 11 tackles, while Anthony Ressa had two sacks. V Juan H ernandez had two goals and two assists in a 4-0 romp as Davie Varsity soccer beat N. Dnyidsoti for the first time since ‘02. Woody Parrish also had two goals, / ' ’ ' Kayla Cornatzer (18 assists, 17 digs) and Brittani Stc>vart {10 kills, 6 blocks, 4 digs) came up big as Davie varsity volleyball secured a playoff berth with a 3-1 win over N. Davidson. Senior Holly Thompson and freshman Blakely Gantt of Dnvie girls cross country earned all-CPC honors by placing 10th and 14th, respectively, in the CPC meet. Caleb M artin threw for 275 yards in the Davie JV s 32-19 loss at W. Forsyth, hitting Cody M ar­ tin five times for 147 yards. In N, Davie softball's 6-1 win at T^ro, Ashton Parrish struck out 11 and walked none in a one- hitter, Cedric Wilson scored two TDs - by catching a 50-yard pass from IVey Redmond and by blocking a punt and recovering it in the end zone - as S, Davie football rallied for a 14-6 win over Thomasville, Caitlin Hill homered twice, including a grand slam, as Ellis softball drilled S, Davidson 14-1 for its sixth straight win, Ellis had four homers in all, including one each from 'Faith Peterson and Savannah Ferguson. Hannah Runge has reached base in 26 of 37 at-bnts. llling snid. “This reinforces to our kids thnl we cnn piny nnd win through a lot of ndversity. We needed reinfprcement and it wns big lo get this one.'' West's fourlh-down incompletion from the Dnvie 42 with 22 seconds left touched off n mucous celebrnlion, Da­ vie has a 2-0 CPC start for the first lime since ‘04, it hns revenge for a crazy 13-7 overtime loss at Wesl in ‘09 nnd it hns its first win over West since ‘07. “To bent Wesl feels so grent,” out­ side linebncker Kenyatta Brand snid, “I wns determined to bent them my lnst yenr nt Dnvie.” “I'm new. to thiSi but I heard a lot about (theirivalry), so I’m glad' We beat Ihetii;'' said corrierbnck Kevin Crnwford, who moved in from Georgin lnst spring. “This is what I expected of these guys the whole senson, nnd this is the senson I wns expected to have,” snid receiver Joe Watson, who scored two West Ends JV Win Streak Not every gnme is n diamond. The Dnvie JV foolbnll tenm’s gnme nl West Forsyth last week was a lump of coal. The Wnr Engles couldn’t hnve stnrted nny belter, but the defense nnd nmning game fell apart ns Dnvie lost 32-19. Davie’s five-gnme winning strenk ended as the War Engles slipped to 5-2 overnll nnd 1-1 in the CentrnI Piedmont Conference. After nllowing just 44 points in the previous five gnmes, they watched West put up the most points against Davie in 16 gnmes, dnling to a 35-7 loss to Page in the ‘09 opener. West improved to 5-2, North Dn­ vidson, n future Dnvie opponent, is one team thnt has defeated Wesl. “We plnyed our hearts out. We competed. But we were never able to run the ball very well,” conch Todd Bumgarner said, “The inability to run the ball cost us in the end. They mnde us one-dimensional,” Dnvie cnme oul like gnngbusters. The defense got n three-nnd-oul nnd the offense stmck on the second piny from scrimmage, Russell Anthony car­ ried the bnll 18 ynrds lo the end zone, n touchdown set up by Cnieb Mnrlm’s 32-ynrd pass to Cody Martini Garrett Nestor’s point-after kick made it 7-0, But before the hnlf wns over. West Please Sec Ends - Page B7 TDs, “So it’s fun nnd I’m enjoying the moment,” The first three qunrters resembled a roller-conster ride, wilh the tenms ink­ ing turns in the driver's seat. West’s explosive running back, Bobby Clark, fumbled the opening kickoff to Davie kicker Woody Parrish, but Clark redeemed himself during nn ■ 82-ynrd drive, Clnrk covered 59 of those yards on five carries, and West hnd a 7-0 lead. West’s next drive wns slopped nt the Davie 35 when A.J, Blaskievich broke up a fourth-down pass. It was a textbook.example of how to deflect a ■pass from behind without committing pass interference. ’ ’ “That’s the athlete he is,” llling snid. “'V'ou go through some youth movements with (n sophomore), but boy he’s n grent nthlete. Conch (Tim) Devericks wnnted to bring him up from JV because he thought he could make those plays.” QB Cnrson Herndon’s mnrvelous tnrget, the 6-3, 209-pound Wntson, mnde his presence fell with a.44-yard catch-nnd-run to the West 21, then a 14-yard score on a fade route in which Watson soared over a 5-6, 140-pound comerback, Pnrrish’s point-after kick lied thé gnme at 7. “I’m wny inller than that guy, and I jusl gol up on him,” Watson said. Jacob Barber blitzed and upended Clark for a 5-yard loss, and Craw­ ford made a fine tackle in space on a completion. Moments Inter, Davie was in front 14-7, Hemdon converted one third down wilh a 12-ynrd dump-off to Stephon Smoot'. He'converted another third down with a 7-y«rd strike to Wni- son. Smoot’sTDmade it 14-7 with 2:27 left in the half. West, though, responded wilh nn 11- play, 94-yard drive tlmt gave the Titans iialftime momentum, QB Brad Rooney went 6 of 7 for 75 yards on the drive, including a 22-yard TD lo Ricky Brown with three scconds left in the half. Brown leaped over Adnm Smith nnd. stole the ball, tying the game al 14, ' "We gave them a gift,” llling said; “Wc were trying to linker around, get the bnll back and callcd timeouts. Dangy if we didn't let them score. That was, 5 bad on our behalf,” ^ Holman's crew rolled up its sleeves; al hnlflime, Clark (101 yards on 22 cari ries for the game) ran like a beast in the^ first half, but he was stymied in the sec-' ond half (18 yards on 11 carries). After, going 12 of 18 for 128 yards in the first- half, Rooney was held in check in the second half (6 of 12 for 40 yards), . “It look our linebackers titiie to ad| just to it," llling said of slowing Clark.’ “As the game went on, we settled in nnd gol used to it." ;; Please See Clutch - Page B‘7 "/л íí:. ..... Í.M ‘y V 1 \ 'f . - i i , . « » i t v i - . \{jr t'-' r f i South Davie third baseman Kasey Potts puts the tag on Eiiis’ Hannah Runge. Hill, Runge Dominate For Ellis Softball Team By Brian PItls Davie Enterprise Record Caitlin Hill of the Ellis softball leam added anolher chnpter lo her amnzing senson lnst week. You can say the same thing about Hannnh Runge. The Jngunrs swept doublehenders from South Davie and South Dnvidson, stretching their winning streak to six nnd mnning their record to 8-6, All four Ellis victories lasl week were home blowouts. Hill homered and doubled in a 12-2, ihree-inning win over Soulh Davie, Runge reached nil three times and scored twice. Faith Peterson (two rans) and Kirsten Freeman (2 for 2, two runs) contributed. Courtney Cornatzer handled the pitching. Comatzer went the distance again during n 14-1, four-inning win over South Dnvie, Runge gol two hits, two walks and two nms, while Hill doubled, tripled nnd scored twice, Ellis also gol two runs from Mndison Hines, three runs from Peterson, two hits and two runs from Freemnn and two nms from Ruby Dennard, Eiiis continued the onslaughts against Soulh Dnvidson, winning 8-0 and 14-1, Cornatzer pitched two more complete gnmes. In the 8-0 game. Hill and Emily O’Connor slammed home nms, Runge (two walks, two runs), Hines (1 for 2), Jessica Ritter (reached base in both at-bats) nnd Tayler Collins (reached in both nt-bats) played supporting roles, Bllis cranked four home runs in the 14-1 game, including two by Hill. One of Hill’s homers wns n grnnd sinm. One of Peterson’s two hits wns n home run; Snvnnnnh Ferguson’s one at-bat was a home run, Runge (two hits, walk); Hines (two hits, three runs), Freeman (three hits, two runs) and Lauren Coat^ (hit, walk, two runs) gave Ellis plenty of offensive balance, S “We hit the ball better than we ever have,” coach Shannon Wood said. Hill has been n hitting mnchine nl] season. The scary, thing is she's just a$ good with the glove al third, j “When she comes up, I have all ihp confidence in the worid that she's goi ing lo score whoever’s on base, if no] herself,” Wood said, “She’s as solid id the field as she is al the plate. She’s a wonderful third baseman and mnke'§ super cntches, 1 never hnve to worry Please Sec Dominate - Page BIO H. > - • ~ D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 - B 3-th . Ellis Completes Perfect Volleyball Season A South Dnvie football tenm hasn’t experienced three losses in a season since the 2004 seventh-grade team went 5-3. That strealc stnyed alive last week when the Tigers improved to 3-2 with a 14-6 victory over visiting Thomasville. There wasn't a lot of of­ fense. South’s leading rusher was Cnmeron Colemnn with 26 yards on three carries. But ;South somehow managed to bounce back from n 26-18 loss to Lexington. “Both teams played good de­ fense,” coach Perry Long said. "We did what we had to do to get the win." . The Tigers trailed 6-0 nt the half, and Long wasn’t happy. “We didn’t come to play (in ;the first half),” he said. “I told ¡them everybody plays thoir best |game ngninst us, so don’t think ¡you can play down with certain people.” Cedric Wilson refused to lot South lose. He took over in the second half. South turned the tables when P O W E R S P O R T S Trey Redmond completed a 50- yard TD pass to Wilson. The pass traveled around 20 ynrds and Wilson did the rest. Caleb Dyer’s point-after kick gave South an 8-6 lead. “Wilson got behind the safe­ ty,” Long said. "We ran the ball about the whole time, but they were lining everybody in the box.” Wilson added to South’s lead with n defensive gem. He blocked n punt and fell on the bnll in the end zone for n touch­ down and 14-6 lend. “He came off the edge,” Long said. “Thnt was a big-time piny. Once he cnught (hat pnss, tho momentum went to us and we played from there.” With Thomnsville pinned deep. South nimost had another defensive toiichdown. Marcus Anderson, a nose gunrd, picked up n fumble and returned it all the way. Only one problem; An official had blown the piny dead with an inadvertent whistle. That wns too bnd for Anderson. A nose guard doesn’t get mnny chances to score. “They fumbled,” Long said. "Anderson picks it up and goes down the sideline for a touch­ down. But the officinl wns looking for the bnll nnd An­ derson’s already at the 5. The officini blew the whistle, so the bnll was dead. The officinl just lost the bnll. They gnve us the bnll, but we would have scored. There was nobody around An­ derson.” N o r t h D a v i e ’ s P a r r i s h F a n s 1 1 North Dnvie’s softball team got a clutch double from Sarah Myers, and 11-strikeout perfor­ mance from Ashton Parrish and swept a doublehender at Tyro lnst week. The Wildcats won by scores of 6-3 and 6-1, giving them six wins in the inst eight games nnd an overall record of 8-6. The only losses in the last eight games cnme ngninst North Da­ vidson. The first game wns tied nt 3-3 in the third. Parrish walked nnd Sydney White singled. Myers put North in control with n two- run double. Knyin Penk’s single made it 6-3. Myers nnd Jeannie Muilies each had two hits to pnce North’s eight-hit attack. Jenny Dodd nnd Elizabeth Heafner nlso hnd hits. Myers pitched all four innings and gave up four hits. The second game, n 6-1 win, wns all about Parrish, who struck out 11, walked none and pitched n five-inning one-hitter. “That’s the best she’s ever pitched,” coach Jamie Lyerly said. "We wish she could have pitched that good ngainst North Davidson. She was throwing the Sales Service Parts Accessories A ll prices In this ad are cash prices and INqLUDB TAX. P850 M C - 0 8 - 5 0 * 6 5 0 A T A - H O B * 1 1 5 0 M C 7 5 - 1 5 0 * 8 2 5 A T A - 1 2 5 D * 2 2 0 0 _ \ A T A - 1 2 5 F 1 1925 S. Moin St. Solisbury, NC 704-636-9900 Hours: Tues. & Ulcd. 10 - 8pm / Thurs. & Fri. 10-6pm / Sot 10-3pm D A l f l E M e d ic a l E q u ip m e n t Y our H o m e C are C o m p a n y You Have the Right to Choose Your Home Medical Equipment Company - Davie Medical Equipment. Especially if you go to a neighboring hospital. Federal law guarantees you the right to choose your home care agency after you are discharged from, the hospital. j There are many choices available, feut only one js In vour backyard! 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SG Red Wins Battle Of The Unbeaten • Shady Grove Red nnd Mocksville put their undefented rccords on the line Saturday in a varsity football showdown nt Smith Grove, The Rams struck first, but Shady Grove rnllied for a 12-8 victory. Chris Reynolds had 11 car­ ries for 48 yards. He scored the Mocksville touchdown, and Brendnn Steele (45 yards on eight carries) ndded the conver­ sion ns Mocksville took the 8-0 lead. Reynolds and Steele had seven tackles cach. LJ. Doulin had six. • Avery Vining rushed for 100 yards and scorcd both touch­ downs as the vnrsity Pinebrook Trojans bent William R. Davie 12-b. . Bean Plott, Lnne Bolmer and Luke Bolmer provided solid blocking for the Trojans. Their top tacklers were Tristón Bran­ don (five iackles), Luke Bolmer (four) and Harrison Huff (four). Blake Budd had an interception. Huff recovered n fumble. Knvin King hnd n great kicking game, conch Tim Dunn said. • The JV Pinebrook Trojans scored two touchdowns in cach hnlf and defeated Mocksville 24-12. After finishing third in the regulnr season,.the Trojans will meet Cornatzer in the first round of the plnyoffs. The offensive line^led by Austin Yokley, Owen Brown, Kentrell Tatum, Caleb Knight, Will Taddeucci, Joseph Stan­ ley and Thomas Hurst. They opened holes thnt produced 196 ynrds for the Trojnn running bncks. The defense was led by Mathew King, Aiithony Azar, Ryan smith, Sam Bruebaker, Nonh Bohannon and Caleb Knigiit.They had several tnckles for losses. U p c o m i n g G a m e s Wednesday, Oct. 20 Davie vnrsity volleybnli in CPC Tournnment. North Dnvie footbnll nt Thomnsville at 4;30. Middle school soccer tourna­ ment at Ellis. South Davie footbnll nt Ellis nt4;30. Middle school volleybnli tournnment nt Ellis, Thursday, Oct. 21 Dnvie JV footbnll at Mt. Tnbor nt 6. Dnvie JV soccer at home vs, Reynolds nt 5;30, Davie varsity soccer at home vs, Reynolds at 7. Middle school soccer tourna­ ment at Ellis. Friday, Oct. 22 Davie varsity football at homo vs. Mt, Tabor nt 7:30, Saturday, Oct. 23 Davie volleyball at NW Guil­ ford (state playoffs), Mondny, Oct. 25 Davie JV soccer hom® vs. Reagan nt 5:30, Dnvie varsity soccer at home vs, Rengan nt 7. 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Forsyth^ M E D IC A L C E N T E R H o t Topics Include: • The iatert information on breast cancer screening recommendations • Women and heart disease • Hormone therapy • And much morel F acilitated by: • Pediatrician, Bill Satterwhite, MD P hysician P anelists: • Cardiologist, Robert Prell, MD ’ • Family Medicine, Takashi Hirata, MD • Family Medldne/Sports Medicine, Christine Shugat% MD • OB/GYN, Melissa Helman, MD SjHicc is liiiiitcd, so rcscri’c your scat todny! To rcfiislcr, iiill 5 3 6 ' 7 ())■ ciiuiil th)uittliCH’s((i ìiovdiìtliL’dltlì.oìi^ ' 'r-;— The Ellis volleybnli team remained unbeaten nfter tnking 2-0 wins over Thomnsville nnd Lexington, hnd North Dayie closed the regulnr senson with three straight wins. The conference tournament was enrlldr this week nt Ellis. Ellis won at Thomnsville 25- 18,26-24. The top servers were Cnrly Hownrd, Afton Tillmnn nnd Emmie Tkach, Ellis had to overcome a deficit in the second set, “We played catch-up, but my girls held their composure nnd played ns n tenm,” conch Beth Hnll-Love snid. The Jngunrs improved to 8-0 with n 25-13, 25-6 win over Lexington, The top servers were Lnurn Bnrney, Tknch, Payton Beaty, Allie Carter nnd Morgnn Sessoms, Meunwhlle, North broke a three-match losing streak with a 2-1 win over Mooresville, it wns the fourth win of the senson over Mooresville, North needed n 15-10 deci­ sion in the third set to seal the victory, "We were able to capitalize on some good serves from Bri- annn Locklenr nnd Lexy Benge,” conch Trish King said. King pinyed hersecond string the whole wny nnd bent Lexing­ ton 25-16, 25-12. McKenzie Bishop, Laken Hunt, Mnknyln Hartncss, McKenzie Folk, Abby Kerr and Carrie Logan took ad- vnntnge of ample plnying time. "I nllowed them to gnin more experience nnd confidence,” King snid. “It worked like n clinrm ns my starters remained on the benth for the entire match.” North followed with another win over Lexington, 25-20, 25-15. “Kerr played her best gnme so fnr, serving 10 points in a row in the second game,” King said. North closed the regulnr senson with n 9-5 record. It gnve King 15 winning seasons in as mnny yenrs nt North. E llis 5 -0 A fter U g ly W in V s. L e x in g to n Despite n less-thnii-pretty lnst yenr when Ellis went 5-3. performnnce, the Ellis football “It was nn ugly gnme for us,” tenm held off visiting Lexington conch Johnny Hill said. “We put 14-12 last week. The Jaguars the ball on the ground too mnny lost a bunch of fumbles nnd had a senson lo\\*in points. But they still kept their perfect record intnct nt 5-0. Thnt matchiid the school record for wins with two games to go. The record wns set times - six if my count is cor­ rect - nnd they didn’t. We didn’t put things together like we havo been doing.” The Jngunrs took n 7-0 lend in the first quarter nnd increased it to 14-0 in the second. Lexing­ ton got on the board in the third after Ellis mishandled a kickoff. Lexington cut it to 14-12 in the fourth. Ellis fumbled the ball nwny, but the defense got n big slop with less than a minute to play. “In the end, we held together and made a couple of big stops■ÏÏIMÎTÏSSSPOniGHT Interstate Service Center opens in Clemmons Local folks, born and bred In Forsyth County. Of all of the services and expert knowledge they can pro­ vide to you and your automobile, Mike Feathers and Kahle Schettler of Interstate Service Center want you to know two things — they’re from here and they truly care about the peo­ ple In this area. And It Is precisely due to their commitment that car and truck owners have a locally based automotive repair and ser­ vice center that they can count on. Quite a source of comfort In a time when chain stores and "big box” franchise operators know your checkbook but not your name. It's a philosophy that obviously appeals to many. Currently In their fifth year of operation, owners and technicians Mike and Kahle have expanded from Interstate Shell In Clemmons by moving to the new location at 6300 A-1 Bamada Drive, It may be a new location and a different name but it's the same great, dependable and friendly sen/lce that each and every customer has grown accustomed to, Mike and Kahle opened their new location July 1 of this year N O W OPEN Davie County’s m l}’ Fi'H Line Archery Pro Siiop 100 Webb Wny, Advanco • 336-940-3250 vvww,droptlnearcliery,oom Tues-Frl 11-7, Sat 10-3 Closed Sunday & Monday W ttio o w A iJ f e t^ . 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We want to get the word out there that we are a complete full sen/lce auto repair garage,” . Over the last few months, Feathers has been trying to let folks know about their move, “We would put up funny signs on our sign board to try and get motorists attention as they drove by which Is something that we had always enjoyed doing,” he said. For mentioning this story. Interstate Service Center Is offer­ ing $10 off on anything mechanical or labor related and $5 off of an oil change. For a limited time, they are also offering a coolant system flush for $49.95 plus coolant costs. “We also offer discounts to the people who have three of the most Important Jobs In America - police, flre personnel and teachers,” Feathers mentioned. If you’re a business owner with a fleet of vehicles and are looking for a trustworthy, dependable and well-experienced shop, they also offer commercial discounts. Senior citizen dis­ counts are also available. . 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Anyone can enter exceot employees of (he Davie County Enterprise RecorJ and their fnmilics. Only one ent^ nllosved per person per week. All entries must be on original newsprint or fax to 336-751-9760. 2.' Games in this week's contest arc listed in ench (Advertisement on these two pages. Fill in the contest blnnlc and submit or mail the entry to the Enterprise Record, P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC2im. 4. in cose of ties, the entrant who came closest to the total number of points in the tie breaker wins. If a tie still exists, nwnrds will be divided equally among ihe winners. Entries must be delivered to the Enterprise Rccord before 5 Friday cach week. The office is localcd at 171 S. Mnin St., 3. Tlie first entrant correctly predicting Ihe outcome of nil cm in n week will rcceive a bonus of $2500. Weekly prizes arc $2: Cap for first plnce and $5 for second place. imes!5& 5. pm Friday t Mocksviilc, NC. 6. Winners will be announced followine ench contest. Decisions of judges will be final. 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B o g e r m issed 7 gam es and w as clo se st in the tie- breai<er to cialm first piace and edge out J a s o n M . R o b e r t s o n w ho w as right on his heeis. O n ly 3 points separated th e tw o on th e tie-breal<er. B eginning co n ference play seem s to have been Just th e m agic th e D avie W ar E agles needed. T h e season has now taken on a p ositive note as th e locals have de feate d both R e ynolds and W est Forsyth in the past tw o w eeks. T his w eek is H om ecom ina and an alw ays tough IVIt. Tabor team w ill be th e opponent. T he S pa rtans are have ]u st one loss on th e season (7-1) and are 2-0 in th e C P C . R eagan w ill play at W est Forsyth and N orth D avidson w ill host R eynolds. O ver at W est R ow an now holds the n a tio n ’s lo ngest a ctive w inn ing stre ak a t 55 stra igh t gam es. T h is w eek they w ill pla y E ast R ow an. In the colle ge ranks O regon is th e ne w est team to hold th e title o f #1. T h e w ill p la y U C LA this T hurs. In th e A C C F lorida S tate and Va. Tech are still leading the 2 divisions. F lorida S tate is 4-0 in co n fe re n ce and 6-1 overall. Va. Tech is 3-0 in th e A C C and 5-2 overall. T h is w e e k ’s gam es inclu de: D uke a t Va. Tech, M aryland at B oston C ollege, G a. Tech at C lem son in th e big 1-85 rivalry,. E astern M ichigan a t V irginia, U N C at M iam i. In th e S oC on A pp a la ch ia n rem ains a top the league stand in gs a t 4 -0 w ith a 6-0 overall record. T h e y w ill fa ce W estern C a rolina in C ullow he e in th e B attle fo r th e O ld M ountain Jug. O the r gam e s include: G e orgia S outh ern at T he C itadel, W offord a t Elon, and C hatta nooga at F urm a n. O ve r in D ivision II W inston-S alem S tate Is ranked #21 th is w e ek w ith a 7-1 record. O ver in th e pros th e shake-up o f th e C arolina P anthers co n tinu es th is w eek as rum ors o f a S teve S m ith trad e fizzled and M att M oore w as nam ed th e sta rte r at Q B (again). A fte r losing his starting jo b ea rlie r this season he gets a :han ce again a fte r rookie J im tw C lausen was unable to spa rk the offense. T h is w e e k th e ig e close gam es. S om e gam es o f in terest th is w e ek include; B uffalo at B altim ore, W ashington at C hicago, P ittsburgh at M iam i, N ew E ngland at S an D iego and M innesota a t G reen Bay. B rett and the V ikings return to Lam beau Field and the PX.jf\.*ir E S A C H lA T E E S K F O R y o u H l o h a n c s : t o i a f i n W A T C H F O R T H E W I N N E R ’ S H E R E E A C H W E E K ! Rowan Pointe JV PA R TM EN TS ALL CONTEST ENTRIES MUST INCLUDE A FULL MAILING ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER AND PLEASE, NO NICKNAMES. E n trie s th a t d o n o t m e e t th e s e re tfu lre m en ts w ill b e d is q u a lifie d . WE WILL BE MAILING ALL CHECKS TO THE WINNERS. THANKSI Weekly First Place Winners may pick up their Bail Cap at the newspaper office. E N T R Y B L A I M K SHULEp. Building, Inc. & Painting Co. 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PERK-A-UHE _ WINNER Tic BreakerPrcdici the total score in the following game. In cases of lies, (he tiebreaker will be used to determine the winners. Tie Breaker Davie vs. Mt. Tabor NAME:_______________________ Total Points Scored. ADDRESS: DAV PHONE ^ Entries Must Bo Received Before 5 pm Friday j B 6 - D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 ,2 0 1 0 Ir D A V I E C O Ü N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 - B 7 Jacob Barber puts a solid hit on West Forsyth runner Bobby Ciari<. At rigtit, there's no shortage of intensity from coach Doug iiiing. Freshman ieft taci<ie Trip McNeill (75) throws a big block for Stephen Smoot. 1 ' Kevin Crawford turns the corner on a kici< return Alex Newman makes a diving tackle on West receiver Ricky Brown. Rici<ey Bell (56) pass protects as Carson Herndon fires a pass over the middle. At right, Herndon unloads before the pressure can get to him. D a v i e H o p e s T o Notes & Quotes F i n a l l y B e a t T a b o r Peebles Celebrates With A Cinder Block Davie has grown as a football team. It will find out how far it has come when Mt. Tabor comes to Mocksville Friday night at 7:30 on Davie’s homecoming. Tabor is 7-1 overall and 2-0 in the Central Piedmont Confer­ ence. It has won or shared every conference championship since 2001 (it was in tlie Metro Con­ ference for several years before rejoining the CPC), and it hasn’t lost to Davie since 2000, win­ ning the last six meetings (‘03, ■05, ‘06, ‘07. ‘08 and ‘09). Tabor is that bad itch down your spine that you can't get to. You want to scratch it so bad, and it drives you crazy. The War Eagles have won three straight for a 2-0 CPC record, but they will hnve to play their most complete game to make it 3-0. The spotlight will shine on Davie's offensive line. Tabor brings pressure every play. “Nothing’s changed in that manner," Dnvie coach Doug Illing soid. “They bring six or seven. They bring six every time. What they’re going to do is see if we can handle the blitz. We hove seen them do some softer coverage and play more zone against teams that have handled the blitzes. Again, our previous games have allowed us to be exposed to some blitzes ond leam how to handle those. I think we’ve got a good gpme plan against it.” . Tabor’s only loss was 27-14 in the opener against maybe the state’s finest team, Butler. Blyre Stokes, a 5-8, 160-pound run­ ning back, entered last Friday with 837 ynrds and 13 TDs on 102 carries. “But they’ve got an arsenal of them,” Illing said. “No. 20 (Stokes) is their go-to guy, and he's very explosive. He breaks tackles. But they rotate in and keep them fresh.” Yeah, there’s definitely more to worry about than Stokes. Quarterback Brad Morton had 973 passing yards through seven games, completing 56 of 107 throws. Lawson Furr had 22 catches for 489 yards through seven games. “(Morton’s) got a quick trig­ ger,” Illing said. “He unloods it quick. They like to roll him out. He doesn't like to sit in the pocket very much. He'll roll out ond throw little slonts and fades. He can scramble and make a big play, too. He's that kind of athlete. We’ve got to do a good job of containing him.” Tabor leads the series 13-8. Davie's last win was 14-12 in 2000. Davie Football Statistics Record: 4-4,2-0 CPC at Alexander Central L 10-7 at Page L 28-13 West Rowan L 40-0 Rose W 41-27 at Thomasville L27-7 Salisbury , W 19-14 at Reynolds W34-0 WestForsyth ’ ' W 21-17 • In the spirited aftermath of Davie's 21 -17 win over rival West Forsyth, senior defensive lineman Christian Peebles was the proud holder of 0 cinder block. The big fella raised it up with cose, as if it was a library book. Whot does that symbolize? “We hit them wilh a brick,” Peebles said. “That’s what it symbolizes.” Peebles described the emotiçn of a frantic finish in which Davie's defense preserved the lead by turning back four West possessions in the final 13 minutes. “Wc were scrdaming stuff,” he said. “Coach (Devore) Holman sold; ‘Keep your head straight ond give 100 percent. Don’t get ongry and start doing random stuff.'” • When West’s 6-4,200-pound receiver, Ricky Brown, caught a poss with less than four minutes left, he was close to breoking free. But Kenyatta Brand closed like a madman and held him to 5 yards. “1 was just trying to execute what coach (Tim) Dcvcricks told me to do and fly around," Brand said. “He’s been playing middle linebacker, running back and outside linebacker,” Davie coach Doug Illing said. “He’s a utility player and he’s hung in there and hasn’t quit. And what a character- building moment for that kid. He mode o ploy to help us win.”. • It’s nothing new, but safety Alex Newman delivered a remark­ able effort, spiced by a series of big hits. Illing opened the second half with a little bit of trickery, and Newmon turned an option play into a 40-yord sprint down the sideline. He is o baseball commit­ ment to Gardner-Webb, but he’s pretty special on the gridiron. “The Bluefield (College, Vo.) coach was here, and that was the first person he asked nbout,” Illing said. “He’s chosen baseball, but that kid con ploy college football. He sees the field so well. He's like one second ohead of everybody else.” Newman hos 108 yords on five corries, ond he hits people like he’s 220 pounds insteod of 155. "When we ploy conference, they stort throwing it around and that’s when the big hits stnrt happen­ ing,” he said. “So I was definitely pumped up for this gome.” • Alex’s twin brother, Sean Newmon, came through with o clutch 44-yard punt when Davie was in need of a lift. With two minutes left, Davie was backed up ot its 18. The punt soored over the retumer's head and West started at its 38. He got off three punts under heavy pressure. “That last one, I can’t even explain how big a play that was,” Alex said. • Defensive tockle Anthony Ressa eamed high praise after making three tackles for losses, including two sacks. Resso plays with a calmness. When he mokes o nice play, he acts like it's just another dny at the office. “He’s just o gutsy kid,” he said. “1 don’t care what you do to him, he’s going to find a way to fight and win Peebles Ressa a play. He’s got the heart of a lion.” • Carson Herndon’s passing was out of sync - by his standards - ofter he’d been as smooth os butter for several gomes. He hod no problem letting his legs do the work. Tiiree sacks hurt his rushing numbers, but he rolled up 65 yards on 10 keepers and scrambles. “It definitely shouldn’t hove been as close as it was. I missed some throws,” Herndon said. “But he mode some key runs to get first downs,” Illing soid. "He made the defense honor the bock side with the read. He’s a good othlete. He’s reolly grown inlo his (6-5) body.” • Joe Watson hos seen little double coverage, much to his delight. He caught two TDs, giving him seven in five gomes. “We have other weapons, too, thot they hove to respect, like our running bock, tight ends ond the other guys out there,” Watson sold. “So we’re trying to utilize what the defense gives us.” • West hos had much success throwing the ball this yeor, but it couldn’t moke a big play ogoinst comerback Kevin Crawford, the strong-side comer. “He’s o player who’s been woiting for ploys to come his way, and he came up big against two big receivers,” Illing said. • West coach Adrian Snow was ejected with 22 seconds left. He had been'steoming for o while. It oil started when West was penal­ ized four times during one Davie series. Not that Davie wasn’t hurt by penolties. Darius Wilson had a 20-yord cotch erased by o flag. Crowford’s punt retum to inside West’s 10 was waved off. RUSHING Att Gain Avg. Long Smoot 112 404 3.6 37 Herndon 72 , 167 2.3 37 A. Newman 5 108 21.6 54 Davie 232 727 3.1 54 Opponents 290 1417 4.8 48 PASSING Comp Att Int Pet Yds TD 1 Herndon 89 182 5 .489 1214 10 A. Newman 1 1 0 1.000 26 0 Smith 1 2 0 .500 7 ,0 Davie 91 185 5 .491 1247 10 Opponents 80 156 6 .512 1000 4 PASS REC No. Yds Avg. TD Long Watson 32 591 18.4 7 99 ' Wilson 18 307 17.0 2 70 Smoot 16 104 6.5 1 14 Beauchamp 7 '69 9.8 0.20 Neely 6 87 14.5 0 35 Holder 4 36 9.0 0 20 J. Peebles 3 24 8.0 0 9 Wallace 3 10 3.3 0 8 Davie 91 1247 13.7 10 99 Opponents 80 1000 12.5 4 48 SCO RING TD Conv. Kick FG « Pts Watson 7 1 ' 0 0 44 Smoot 5 0 0 0 30 Parrish 0 0 13 3 22 Herndon 2 0 .0 0 '12 Wilson 2 0 0 0 12 A. Newman 1 1 0 0 8 Jac. Barber 1 0 0 0 6 Smith . 1 0 0 0 6 Davie 19 •2 13 3 142 Opponents 22 0 16 5 163 D EFEN SE Tackles TFL Sacks BrUp CF Jar. Barber 85 9 1.5 2 0 Farmer 76 1 0 1 2 Ressa 61 9 5 0 0 Peebles 53 7 1 0 0 Jac. Barber 48 6 3 0 2 Scott 46 4 0 0 0 Buchanan 44 3 2 0 0 A. Newman 43 0 0 8 0 Crawford 39 0 0 2 0 Brand 26 0 0 1 0 Faulkner . 22 0 0 0 0 99 26 7 99 46 The crowd reacts to a.touchdown by the War Eagles. At right, Anthony Ressa (41) tries to disrupt a Brad Rooney pass.- Photos by James Barringer INTERCEPTIO NS . Blaskievich, Crawford, A. Newman, S. Newman, Smith, Wilson FUM BLE R ECO VERIES Jac. Barber, Bell, Herndon,. Hess, Hurt, S. Newman, Par­ rish, Peebles, Ressa, Spillman Kicking PAT FG Lg 20-29 30-39 40-49 Parrish 13-15 3-4 42 2-2 0-1 1-1 ' PUNTING Att Avg. Long In 20 S. Newman 36 37.5 55 6 Clutch... Continued From Page Bl Parrish’s 42-yard field gool was blocked, and West’s kicker hit 0 23-yorder to put Davie in a 17-14 deficit. But Davie got a big break when West was penal­ ized for roughing punter Sean Newmon. Davie regained the lead - 21-17 - eight plays later on another Hemdon-to-Watson connection. This time it was a 7-yard slant. "I faked a fade Ijecnuse they thought wilh my size I would run a fade,” Watson said. “I cut back in on tho slant and gained separation.” ■ “That comer didn’t hove a chance," Herndon said. “We definitely owed them one (after losing at West in ‘09).” Watson is on a huge tear. In the last five gomes, four of which were wins, he has 23 receptions for 501 yards and seven TDs. “If they’re going to leave him bne-on-one, he’s going to mnke plays," Illing said. “You’ve got Jarrett Walloce, Nick Holder and, of course, Darius Wilson. Ends... Continued From Page Bl was ahead 20-7, leaving Bum­ garner to wonder what hap­ pened. “Sometimes when (good) stuff hoppens early like that, kids drop their guard," he soid. , “I think thnt’s what happened. Before we could get it turned bnck on, we’re down 20-7. We weren’t nble to run the bnll nnd weren't nble to stop the run." Dovie fought back, cutting it to 20-13 ot hnlftlme nnd scoring enriy in the third to mnke it 20- 19. But Davie hod nothing left. The War Engles got the boll twice with the score 26-19. They couldn't find a gome-chnnglng play. “We never stopped them nfter thnt," Bumgnrner said. "They chewed up clock, ran, passed and we didn’t have a lot of answers for them defensiyely. That's just the bottom line." Anthony (31 yords on 11 car­ ries) looked mortal for the first time nil senson. Hunter Aref (8 yards on five carries) found no running room. The loss wnsn't for a Inck of effort from the pnssing gnme. Cnleb went 17 of 33 for 275 yards, with no Interceptions and two TDs. Cody hnd five cntches for 147 ynrds, a whopping 29.4 They're not going to double- cover Joe and leave the rest of them." With the 21-17 lead, Dnvie's offense went fiat, giving West four possessions in the fourth quarter and chances to erase Da­ vie's lend. But the Davie defense would not flinch as West got no closer than the Davie 37. Clark got nothing on n mn, getting sandwiched by Christian Peebles, Jacob Barber and Jared Barber. Anthony Ressa and Jnred Barber socked Rooney. Rooney looked for Biown, bul Crawford had blanket coverage. On the next West series, Clark tried to turn the corner, but Ressa turned him in nnd Peebles helped bring him down for n 2-ynrd loss. Crnwford ripped off n long punt return to inside the West 10, but n flag brought it bnck nnd West hnd new life, Rooney connected with the dangerous Brown, but Brand mode on open-field tackle thnt put West In n thlrd-ond-9 situ­ ation. average. Christian Lathom had six catches for 62 yards and a TD. Logan Hendricks had two catches for 40 yards. And Cam­ eron Heaggans had three for 22 os Davie put up 303 yards. "We converted I don’t even know how mony third downs to give us a chance," he said. "The two Martin boys hnve fire. They are grent competitors. You can see It In their eyes.” Notes; Davie became stron­ ger offensively with the surprise return of Latham. He was a storting receiver on the ‘09 tenm, but transferred to Forsyth Country Day. He transferred “My heart was ticking fast,” Holman said. “But I hod con­ fidence in those kids. We were bending but not breaking.” On West’s next - and final - series, Jacob Barber, Peebles ond Andrew Buchanan stopped Clork for 2 yords. Clork tried to get outside, but Jored Bar­ ber stoned him for no gain. Rooney’s fourth-down pass fell incomplete, the closest person to it being Davie’s Blaskievich. The defense worked like crazy nnd cnme through. Jnred finished with 11 tnckles. Craw­ ford, Jordnn Farmer nnd Alex Newmnn hnd seven ench. Jncob Barber and Peebles hnd six each. Ressn hnd five, including three for losses. “They were putting two nnd three guys on (Jared), but that nllowed other people to mnke plnys,” Illing snid. “They never got thnt long run nnd big pass other thon that one nt the end of the half.” W.Forsyth 7 7 3 0-17 Dnvic 0 14 7 0-21 First Quarter WF • Rooney 3 run (Price kick), 6;28. Sccond Quarter D - Walson 14 pass from Hemdon (Parrish kick), 7:40. D - Smoot 3 run (Parrish kick), 2i27. WF - Brown 22 pass from Rooney (Price kick), :03. Third Quarter WF-Price23FO,6in. D - Watson 7 pass from Hemdon (Patrlsh kick), 1:16. TEAM STATISTICS WF D FD 15 15 Rushlne 26-105 31-126 Pusslnii 168 117 C-A-l 18-30-0 13-23-1 Punls 4-34 4-39 F-L 2-1 0-0 Penalties 12-106 8-55 3rd conv. 5/13 5/12 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS W. Forsylh RUSHING - Clark 22-101, Rooney 4-4 PASSING - Rooney 18-30-0-168 RECBIVINO - Brown 10-86, M. Ross 2-26, Sims 2-17, J. Ross 2-7,Clark 1-17,Monroe 1-15 Duvlc . RUSHING - Smoot 17-48, A. New­ man MO, Hemdon 13-38 PASSING - Hemdon 13-23-1-117 RECEIVING - Watson 8-87, Smoot 2-20, Wallace 2-6, Holder 1-4 back “three or four weeks ngo,” Bumgnrner snid. “He wns n big pnrt of what we did last year. He’s been working hard the last few weeks to'try to get back in the lineup.” ... Dnvle normally plnys 10-mlnute qunrters. This one wns 12-minute qunrters. “Over there they piny 12,” he snid. “Some places do, some don’t. A lot can happen in an extra eight minutes.” FARM FRESH PORKAU Nalwal No AiHflcUi bionidlantsGRAIN FeV beEF«rOMWKOMr- OBjmirAIIUMU Jerry & CIndy Foster (336) 9 9 8 -7175 Let m e help you get th e best coverage to fit your needs. Knowing you're covered is just a call away. U K I'K K .SK N I A I i \ !•; Julia Howard /Vi ' l l i i i i s c 7 ‘^ l / i / ) i \ l i i c t ■Please contact me in: MOCKSVILLE: (336) 751-8567 RALEIGH: (919) 733-5904 16 W. Jones Street, Rm 11^06 Raleigh, N027601-1096 BmatJullah&ncleg.nBt PMD foR BrJuM Howmi Keith Hiller 1109 Yadkinville Rd. Willow Oaks Stropping Or. Mocksville 751-6131 m CALL M E FOR A Q U O TE TODAY N ationw ide* On Your Side Auto Home life Buslnea ,*v-' » I- B 8 - D A V I E C O U N T V E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d o y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 Thompson, Gantt All-CPC In Cross Country The Dnvie boys cross counlry teiim wns plensed wilh n fourth-plncc finish in the CentrnI Piedmont Conference chnmpionship meet nt West Forsyth on Oct. 16. It wns one notch higher thnn It pinced in 2009. The Dnvie girls, on the other hnnd, were hoping for more thnn fourth nfter tnking second in the 2009 meet. ' “It's nmnzing how finishing fourth cnn elicit such different emotions in two different rnces," Davie . conch :■ bnric Beiter snid. The top 14 mnde the nil- CPC tenm, nnd the Dnvie girls put two on the tenm - senior Holly Thompson nnd freshmnn Blnkely Onnlt. The boys' scoring went Thbor 30, Rengnn 30, Reynolds 91, Dnvie 108, West Forsyth 109 nnd North Dnvidson 171. Tnbor won the title vin n tiebreaker. "We know on pnper West Forsyth nnd Reynolds had better limes, but we were going to go out strong and see how Tong we could mnintnin the pnce,” Belter snid. “It cnme down to us nnd West (for fourth). We knew it wns going lo be close, nnd it ended up being just a one-point lend over West," Davic was led by Alex Fleming (17th overnll nt 17:36), Jncob Whitaker (18th at 17:39) and Knrch Arey (19lh at 17:44). “Our pack of Whilnker, Fleming nnd Arey was solid nnd flnished nhend of West Forsyth’s .second runner,'-’ he said.“ This was’a key part bf the scoring. These three ran within eight seconds of each other. With our usual No. 1 mnn, Johnny Zarboek, hurting some, it was grent to see other people step up', “One of the major contributors wns Arey, who rnn his best time of the season. He hns the nbility to turn It on at the end of the season. With more summer Irnining, he could become n top contender In the conference,” Znrbock wns 25th wilh nt time of 18:10, “Znrbock dropped back nnd finished ns our fourth runner, but still improved from his plnce last yenr (30th),” Beiter snid, Wilson Rowe was 29th nt 18:13, Dnvis Mossmnn 31st nt 18:21 and Michnel Mebel 33rd nt 18:26. “Rowe dropped his time from earlier this year on the same course from 20:11 to 18:13," Beiter said. “Mossmnn wns nnother runner who hnd an off day, although he still rnn n quality time.” Dnvie got senson-best times from Arey, Alex Colin, Jimmy Piper, Clny Thompson, Rynn Trudenu, Mnrk Ornhnm, Dyinn LaMott, Tristin Jarvis nnd R.G. Brunsletler. "A one-point win over West means every person contributed in the outcome,” he said. “That is how the boys tenm has been all senson.” When you break down the regionnl, Dnvie's fouith-place finish is nctunlly pretty good. “The boys tenm is rnnked fifth in tlie region,” Boiler snid. “Isn't that something? We finished fourth in our conference, nnd when we look nt the Midwest Regional, wilh 22 scliools in it, we nre fifth.- ’Thnt shows how strong our conference is.” Five guys hnve nm under 18 minutes this senson. About hnlf the lenm hns run under 20. And Dnvie only hns two seniors in the top seven. “It hns been n fnntnstic year for the guys," he said. The scoring In the girls’ meet went Tabor 38, Reagan 57, West Forsyth 77, Davie 83, Reynolds 97 and North Dnvidson incomplete. Davie wns hnmpered by the nbsence of Knitlyn Hutchins. , “We entered knowing it wns going tb be difflcult to mnintnin the snme position we enrned lnst year - second," Beiter said. “We kept Hutchins out. She is recovering from nn iiijury. Without Hutchins, we would hiive to hnve everyone nin their best races to finish second. Whnt we weren't rendy for wns ’n chnrge from West." Thompson mnde nll-CPC by pincing 10th at 20:33. ' "She wns determined to finish in the top 14," Boiler said. “As a sophomore Thompson earned , all-conference by pincing seventh, Lnst yenr she helped our team to sccond, but missed all-conference by one place (15th), She met her gonl, Sho works hnrd in prnctice nnd renlly is one of the motivators Thompson on the team," Gnntt enrned all-CPC by placing I4thnt 20:50, “She wns also the second freshman to finish," he said, “ Ml, Tabor's Vnnessn Bntoson finished third to bo the lop freshmnn," Sophomore Annn McBride, who clnimed second in the CPC ns a freshmnn, slipped lo 16th nt 21:03, Amy Steller (21st 21:44), Allie SInbnch (22nd at 22:14), Shelby Wenlhermnn (28th nt Gnntt 22:28) nnd Chelsen Whitaker (30lh nt 22:54) rounded out Dnvie’s top seven, “We hnd significant Improvement from times on tho snme course just a week and a half ago," he said, “Steller went from 23:12 lo 21:44, SInbach went from 23:25 to 22:14, Whitaker wont from 23:24 to 22:54, And Weatherman went from 23:20 to 22:28," Hannah Keeney, Chelsey Thomns and Maggie Simmons posted senson-best times. Hernandez, Soccer Team End Conférence Skid Hy Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Juan Hernandez of Davie’s varsity soccer team made a huge splnsh, nnd the wnve thnl resulted rode visiting North Dn­ vidson right off the field, Hernnndez orcheslrnted n 4-0 destniclion of North, playing a role in every gonl. At the very lenst, the win put n momentnrj' cop on Dnvie’s CentrnI Pied­ mont Conference misery, . •ThoWnrEngleshnddropped 16 strnight CPC matches, • They were 0-4 in the CPC this year, getting shutout nil four times, • They were 0-14-1 ngninst North in tho lnst 15 meetings. But things chnnged drnmnti- cally on this day. The Wnr Engles improved lo 6-11-1 overall and 1-4 in the CPC, giving them tile most wins since tho 2002 tenm went 9-10-1 under Jim Caudill. It wns their first CPC win since a i-0 decision over Reynolds In 2008. And It was their flrsl win . over North since a 3-2 score in 2002. North foil to 5-9-1 nnd 0-4. All Hernandez did was score two gonls nnd hnnd out two ns­ sists. He was assisted by Bryce Bartelt on the flrsl goal of tlie mnlch, nnd tlint's whore it stood at halftitne, Hernandez mnde it 2-0 nt 52 minutes. He entered the mnlch with three goals. Hemnndez continued to help shred North's defense, assisting two Woody Parrish gonls down the stretch. Pnrrish provided in­ surance after entering tho mntch wilh two gonls. “Hernnndez hns been n big pnrt of our success,” conch Lance Everette said. “To hnve two assists tells me lhat he not V a c c i n a t i o n C l i n i c Dogs, Cats and Ferrets only 3 months of age or older $5 per pet for Rabies shot (cash only) D o g s m u s t b e o n le a s h e s C a ts a n d F e rre ts m u s t b e in c a rrie rs *If you don’t have a carrier loaners will be available S a tu r d a y , O c to b e r 3 0 , 2 0 1 0 11 a .m . to 3 p .m . D m e C la s s ic F a ir g r o u n d s C a ttle B a r n , (Gate 9 oh 27^^ Street) only can score, but he can find other people. To me that’s more Impressive thnn his scoring, “Pnrrish mnde two renlly good mns onto the bnll,” The offense came alive willi 18 shot attempts, torching North from start to finish, “Thnt’s more (shots) thnn we’ve taken in the last three or four gnmes,” Everette said, "We hnd a lot of shots in tlie first half, and they only hnd one shot on gonl in the first hnlf. We moved the bnll. When you move tho ball nnd mnke the defense work nnd shoot, we’ve got a chance lo win, Thoy lost to Reynolds 2-1, nnd Reynolds beat us 3-0, So there’s no renson why we cnn’t playwith other (CPC) teams. Tonight gave us a little confidence.” Everette couldn’t hnve felt nny better nbout his inidfieid - Sergio Fernandez, Clayton McKenzie, Arturo Mouro-Oar- cia. Miguel Cienfuegos nnd Pnul Cassidy saw spot time at midfield, “The midfielders did n bet­ tor job thnn they’ve been do­ ing, which is why wo got our shots,”,said Everette, who also Everette cited Bartelt nnd Mnx Spain- hour, “The midfielders stnrted our offense, trnnsltioning into the attncking mode. Once we 'attacked, we moved tho bnll side to side like wo did ngninst Forbush, Wc cnn scoro if wo get shots,” Lnter in the week, however, the Wnr Engles stunk it up In the enrly going ngninst visiting West Forsyth. Thoy got their net together in the sccond hnlf, but il ^ns too lale. Davle (6-12-1, 1-5 CPC) lost 3-0 10 the Titans (9-3-3,5-1), Parrish “It should have been 1-0," he said, “We didn’t play woll In the flrsl half. If we would have plnyed in the first hnlf like we did in the second half, it would have been a completely differ­ ent gnme,” Notes: Davie’s JV lost 1-0 to North Davidson nnd tied West Forsyth 1-1, ...The North mntch wns Dnvie’s third strnight 1-0 loss. ... Devon Dulaney gave Dnvie a 1-0 halftime lead ngninst West.... Dnvie entered the week 5-6-3,0-5-1. Billings, Cozart Earn Spot In Tennis Regionals The doubles team of Allie Billings nnd Cnroline Cozart finished third in the Central Piedmont Conference Tennis Tournament and ndvnnced to the Midwest Regionnl. Davie tennis did not produce a regional qualifier in 2009, but sophomore Billings nnd junior Coznrt got there by winning two of three mntches. They im­ proved their record to 8-7,. Tho top flvo in singles nnd doubles enrned regionnl berths. The tournnment wns hosted by Davie and played at the South Dnvie courts, Dnvie, the No, 3 finisher In the reguinr senson, pinced fourth in the toumnment. The order: Rengnn 30, Mt.Tabor 21, Reynolds 14, Dnvie 5, West USSSA Basketball Age 9-12 Tryouts Nov. 7 Tryouts for n USSSA bnskol- bnll tenm will be held Nov. 7 nt Dnvie High nt 4:30 p.m. Tho ages are 9-12. For more information, con- ' tact Tracey Arnold nt 336-477- 4300. Billings Forsyth 3 nnd North Davidson 1. After receiving a first-round bye, Billings nnd Cozart mashed West Forsyth In tho qunrterfinnis - 6-0,6-1 .They lost to Reynolds in the semifinals (2-6,2-6), but they hnndled Rengnn in the third-fourth mntch (6-3,6-3). The duo of sophomore Ash­ ley Dowell and freshman Nadia Gregory went out in the first round, losing 2-6, 3-6 to West Forsyth. They finisiied the sea­ son 2-5, Freshman Laura Kinder wns bounced in the first round, losing 0-6, 6-3, 3-6 to West Forsyth’s Lori Anderson, But Kinder wns pinying on house money, bring­ ing n 1-1 season record into the tournnment. . Cozart “She did really good,” coach Sandra Boyette snid. “She’s going to be n good plnyoi^. She works renlly hnrd nt her gnme. She didn’t just hnppen to get that spot. Sho hnd lo earn that, nnd she’s worked hnrd to get that." Junior Kale Bennett fell one win short of qualifying for the regional, placing sixth. She went 1-2 for a setison record of 11-6. After losing In the quarter- flnals (4-6, 3-6) to Reynolds’ Kirsiin Brown, Bennett toppled Tnbor’s Anne Luke in the con­ solation semifinals (6-4, 2-6, 13-11). But West Forsyth’s An­ derson defealed Bennett in the fifth-sixth battle (4-6,3-6). "She had a good nm," Boy­ ette said. “She did really well." D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , O c t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 0 - B 9 Cornatzer, Volleyball Grab Playoff Berth By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Rccord Mt. Tnbor and Rengan ruled tho Central Piedmont Confer­ ence in volleyball this season, but something wns on tho line when Dnvie played «t North Davidson Inst week on the final day of ihe regular season, Tho winner got fourth place nnd the final state-playoff berth. The loser dropped to fifth, Davie seized the opportunity, bmshingiiway North like a piece of lint nnd winning in four sets. The scores wete 25-17, 21-25, 25-12,25-20. The Wnr Engles put homo it together. Everybody wns on. losses to Cnrson nnd Rengan They all hit the ball smnrt. enriier in the week out of Iheir “North hnd a win over (third- minds and played one of the place) West Forsyth. If we best matches of the year. They would have spilt witli North, thnt nctually played good all week, would hnve pushotj us lo five. So There wns no shame in 3-0 wo had to win this.” setbacks to Cnrson and Reagnn. Kayla Comntzer had a superb Dnvie scored 20-plus points li) day wilh 18 assists and 17 digs, all six sels. She also hnd 29 serves whh just “This wns just nmnzing for one error, us,” conch Becky Miller snid “One big difference was after Davio improved to 15-10 Kayla,” Miller snid. “We’ve overnll. “Everything we’ve been working on iier back-row been working on, the girls put defense and digging. She is so Cornatzer Stewart coachable. Whatever you ask lier to do, she’s going to work hard lo do it. A lot of times tenms will try lo exploit the setter when they’re on back row to keep them from sotting. Knyla had a slower step than we needed, but she’s been working and she- led thé loam wllh 17 digs. They were targeting Kayla. Their game plan was hit the ball to the seller nnd tnke her out of play, and Knyin wns like: ‘Bring it on.’ She didn’t bnck down. She mnde good things happen when she dug the ball up.” Kristina Parrish (15 assists, 7 digs, 2 aces), Brittani Stewnrt (10 kills, 6 blocks, 4 digs), Cinra MacDonell (14 digs, 13 kills), Leslie Fulton (8 kills, 3 blocks) and Kelsey Tiffl (9 digs, 6 kills) mado plenty of noise. “I’ve never seen Brittani piny that woll,” she said; “She’s been in double figures with kills before, but the wny sho hit the bnll wns amazing. She got back off the net, nppronched well and kept tho ball in front of her. It was benutiful. “Leslie hit a couple balls straight down, nnd thoy weren’t nt the 10-foot line. They were two or three feet inside the 10- foot line. Kelsey wns effective at finding holes and putting the ball down when we needed big plays." Notes: Tho CPC Toumament sixth. ... Davie defeated North started Monday at host Mt.Ta- fortlie 11th time In 12moetings. bor. Dnvie played No. 5 North ... Tho Davie JV beat Carson Davidson in tiie first round. ... 2-0, lost 2-0 to Rengnn and beat Tabor and Reagan tied for first N. Davidson 2-0 to finish 16-7 wilh 9-1 records. West was third overall and 6-4 in the CPC. at 5-5. Dnvie was fourth nt 4-6. Davie won five of the last six to North wns fifth and Reynolds finish third in the league. Chaloupkova 2nd In CPC Golf Lnter in the week nt Soponn, Dnvie went 4-1 ngninst the CPC field for the fifth time in six tries. Chaloupkova got bnck to form with n 3-over 38. She wns fourth The Davie g