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05-MayHairy SituationDavie High Students Donate Long Locks To Help Others Page Cl Relayjime Fighting Cancer Goal Of Event Page 3 D A V IE C O U N T Y EN TERPRI/ERECO RD U S P S 1 4 9 -1 6 0 N u m b e r 1 8 T h u r s d a y , M a y 2 , 2 0 1 3 3 6 P A G E S Fired Officer Faces Assault Charge A M ocksville police assistant ch ie f fired from his jo b nearly a year and a half ago faces new problem s. A nd the claim He filed w ith the EEO C about his firing m ay have been dism issed. K en n eth L ee H u nter, 5 6 , o f M adison R o$d, M ocksville w as charged A pril 26 for w ith m isde­ m eanor assault on a fem ale. A c co rd in g to D av ie C o u n ty ^Sheriff's O ffice C hief J.D . H art­ m an,officers responded to H unter's residence that Friday around 5:20 p jn . They discovered a 15-year-old fem ale in the hom e's drivew ay, H artm an said. /. “T he juvenile said that her m oth­ er's boyfriend (H unter) had hit her in the face and assaulted her.” H artm an said that officers ques­ tio n e d H u n te r w h o to ld th em the juvenile had m ishandled her step-brother and that an alterca­ tion had ensued. “H e said that he disciplined her and she resisted that discipline.’’ ' H artm an said th e ju v e n ile ’s ' m other w as notified and a report w as taken o f the incident. L ater, the m other and juvenile cam e to the m agistrate’s office w here w arrants P lease See H u n te r - P ag e 10 m m , Tony B lakley w ith h is d o g M ax, a certified se rv ic e d o g tra in e d to m e e t B lakley’s specific n e e d s . - P h o to b y R o b in S n o w A Veteran’s Best Friend From Farm Dog To Service Dog, Max Is A Life Saver For Tony Blakley B y Jac k ie S caboIt Enterprise Record D avie resident Tony B lakley is a m ilitary veteran and business ow ner w ho never knew the im pact a four-footed friend w ould have on his life. A fter dealing w ith som e health issues, including cancer, B lakley found him self left w ith m em ory problem s and difficulty w alking. H e began calling organizations, including those for veterans, to . inquire about a service dog that could assist him . "There w ere organizations that w ould provide dogs to a veteran, b u t w ith all kinds of restric­ tions; like, a w aiting tim e o f one to three years, o r m aking you g et rid o f any o ther dogs in your house." T hat last restriction w asn't one B lakley w as ■‘■willing to com ply w ith. H is four-year-old G erm an - short hair-pointer. M ax, W asnT goinganyw herer ’ T hat's w hen B lakley discovered Paw s 4 Sol­ diers, a K annapolis based organization that helps veterans find and train the right service dog for their needs. B lakley contacted Paw s' founder, B arbara Earnhardt and told her o f his needs. B lakley said th at w ithin a w eek E am hardt scheduled an ap­ pointm ent w ith him and agreed to test M ax to see if he w as a good candidate for training to becom e B lakley's service dog. M ax passed w ith flying colors and training w as arranged to begin as soon as possible. "That's w hen I realized M ax could take care o f m e," B iakley says as he pets M ax's head. P Ie a s e S e e M a x -P a g e S ,j'.. Srri-1V : t v ; tor-* Room To Roam T iffa n y J o h n s o n d o e s n ’t h a v e to g o fa r fro m h e r G la d s to n e R o a d h o m e to fin d s o m e th in g fu n to d o w ith h e r 3 -y e a r-o ld s o n , S ila s . L a s t w e e k , th e y w e re a t R iv e rP a rk a t C o o le e m e e F a lls - T h e B u llh o le. S ila s e n jo y s p la y in g in th e w a te r a n d e x p lo rin g a lo n g th e ro c k y S o u th Y a d k in R iv e r a n d its s a n d y s h o r e . - P h o to b y R o b in S n o w Frozen T-shirts And Sleeping Booty; Festival Promises A Good Time D aniel B oone cam e to D avie C ounty as a teenager. It w as a w ilderness then, and he had plenty o f space to do w hat he liked best - roam the w oods hunt­ ing for gam e o r scouting out paths for new roads. It w as here that he honed his hunting and scouting skills for trips w estw ard. H eju st kept going w est, looking for that w ilderness w hile civilization follow ed him . It w as also here that he m arried Rebecca B iyan in 1756, and that m arriage w ill be celebrated w ith an all-day festival - the D aniel B oone Fam ily Festival - from 10 a.m .-9 p m . Saturday in D ow n­ tow n M ocksville. It starts w ith an arts and crafts fair under the oak trees at M ain and D epot streets. M ore than 50 vendors w ill sell jew elry, organic grass fed beef, collectibles, hum ­ m ingbird feeders, soap, canned goods, candies and m ore - includ­ ing fresh straw berries from C ala- haln Farm in w estern D avie. P lease See B oone • P ag e S * 2 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE R EC O R D fThursday, M ay Z12013 ‘Rescue Irises’ Now Dazzle With Colors L ike a racehorse at the gate* the blue beauty leapt up over­ night, desperate to be seen as the grandest o f the flow erbed. I hadn’t seen its kind in years. It bloom ed tw o w eeks before the others. T his looks to be a W onderful spring for irises. L ast fall I took desperate m easures, thinning and m oving the tubers, rem oving w eeds and m ulch, and even adding som e new va­ rieties. T his w eek they should b e in full flower. T he blue beauty had m oved w ith us from M ocksville 14 years ago, but it had been dorm ant fo r years, never produc­ ing flow ers. I had done ju st about everything w rong. The bed did n 't get enough sun. I had covered the tubers w ith m ulch. This year, w e w ill have irises in full glory. A Turkeyfoot readefr last sum m er gave m e a black iris. T m eager to see it em erge. A W inston-Salem legal assistant last w eek sent a picture o f her “rescue irises.” H er m other’s neighbor had dug up his irises and w as about to throw them aw ay as trash. She volunteered to take them hom e. In a new bed under prim e conditions, her rescue irises are flow ering like m ad w ith dazzling colors. Irises m ay be the easiest flow er to grow and arguably the m ost beautiful. ‘‘L eave them alone,” the *I\irkeyfoot w om an told m e last sum m er. I have listened. I can 't w ait to see the colors. C ountry m usic legend G eorge Jones died last w eek. I in­ terview ed him in 1984 w hen he sang at a sm all b ar in M adi­ son. W e all w ond ered if “N o Show Jones” w ould really ap­ pear. M adison is a long w ay dow nhill from N ashville. A fter all the big arenas in big cities that he stood up , the H all o f Fam e singer did com e to a dive bar in a tiny tow n north o f G reensboro, as far o ff the celehrity path as a big- tim e nam e could fall. " Jones played to a full house that night — 200 people couldn't squeeze inside. H is appearance w as little adver­ tised. M ost didn’t expect Jones to com e. Just out o f rehab for alcoholism , he didn’t have' m uch stage presence that night, but he got through his routine. H e d id n 't have m uch to say to a w ide-eyed new spaper reporter from M adison. H e didn’t say m uch to anybody. H e looked like he w anted a drink, m aybe several. “H e Stopped Loving H er Today.” T hat song and D olly Parton’s ttJolenen are am ong m y country m usic favorites. I played his signature song last w eek w hen I heard o f his death. T he N ew Y ork H m es noted that his checkered life was a country m usic song. U nlike m ale country m usic sing­ ers these days, G eorge Jones never felt required to w ear a cow boy hat. A few generations ago, “O ur Town” w as the trendy play for com m unity theaters across the nation. E very stage, big and sm all, produced the Thom ton W ilder play, noted fo r its absence o f scenery. It w on a Pulitzer Prize on B roadw ay in 1938. T he old Soviet U nion blocked its perform ance in B er­ lin in 1946 because it m ight prom pt a G erm an suicide w ave. Thoughts o f “O ur Town” com e into m y head every tim e I enter the graveyard at m y church. I know those people and figure to join them som eday. O ver the w eekend, I w atched a YouTube film o f the play in w hich the late Paul N ew m an acted as the narrator. I knew it w as sad, but I w asn’t prepared to w allow in the depths o f that m uch despair. A real tear-jerker. Em ily, the m ain character, before taking her place in the grave, says her final good-byes. “G ood-bye to clocks tick­ ing and m y butternut tree and m am a's sunflow ers ... and food — and coffee and new ironed dresses and hot baths and sleeping and w aking up. O h, earth, y o u're too w onder­ ful for anyone to realize you ...” I savored m y coffee on M onday m orning. ;wrs;’- FIPCT PE5 P0 IMDEPS I In T h e M a il Local Marines Forming Detachment To the editor During 1775, a few good men cam e together to form the most auspicious fighting force the world has ever seen, The United States M arine Corps. Since 1775 many have worn the uniform and claimed the tide Marine. Through good times and bad, the M arines stood strong to conquer foe at every clime and place that our great nation would send them. Securing our freedoms from those, who oppose our beliefs by flattening their aggression to­ wards our nation. Those traditions of our Corps that helped mold our country back then, are preserved to this day. The history of our Corps and the sacred memory of the men and women who given their lives to this Nation will not be forgotten. This is done by the Marines, FM F Corpsmen and the Marine Coips League. The Marine Corps League is a M arine Corps oriented veter­ an’s organization comprised of persons who are serving, or have served in die United States Marine Corps. This also includes the United States Navy Cprpsmen who have trained and served with the Fleet Marine Force units together, as a. band o f brothers..To­ gether they preserve the traditions, promote the interest and per­ petuate the history of the United States Marine Corps. To help fit its members for the duties of citizenship and to encourage them to serve ably as citizens as they have served our great nation. We want to bring in this espirit de corps to our local community ■ here in Davie County; this in doing so is our attempt to form a M arine Corps League Detachment of Marines and FM F Corps- nien as a viable veteran’s organization for this community as we have done in 1775 when forming the U.S. M arines. This is done by Marines coming together in an exploratory meeting to see if this has interest in the M arine Veteran Community in Davie County, to move forward. A few good Marines are coming together 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 4 at the Sagebrush Steakhouse in Mocksville, by 1-40 on US 601. The purpose of this meeting is to create/explore if there is interest among the Davie community that would constitute a submission of an application for creating Davie County’s own, - Marine Corps LeaguerDetachment. Ifyou have interest in possibly coming together as those who've came together in 1775, please come to our get together to explore the possibility to further secure those values, traditions, and his­ tory of our. beloved M arine Corps, We look forward to seeing you on May 4 at 11 a.m. at Sagebrush in Mocksville. Semper HdeIis and Keep the Faith. Thom as “Ski” Kopetzky Mocksville 21 st, Century Academic Program Most Important D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P ftl/i^ E C O R D USPS 149*160 171 S. Main St.. P.O. Box 99, Mocksville. NC 27028 (336) 751-2120 Published weekly by the Davie Publishing Co. Dwight Sparks.... Robin Snow........ Mike Bamhardt... Ray Tutterow...... Brian Pitts.. Mocksville Enterprise 1916-1958 ...Editor/Publisher ...General Manager Managing Editor Advertising Director Sports Editor Davle Record 1699-1956 Cooleemee Journal 1901*1971 Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 Cents $20 Per Year In Davie; $25 NC; $30 outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Davie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 Tb the editor M y reaction and comments to Mr. Witte’s letter to the editor in the April 25 Enterprise is: The educational facilities - the bricks and mortar - has never edu­ cated m e in my many years in educational facilities. This includes the'obvious K-12 period facilities. I also spent a lot of additional time in college and university facilities with multiple degrees and as an adjunct (mostly night classes taught at community colleges). I spent about 210 semester hours taking classes in higher educa­ tional facilities of varying types and conditions. This includes old traditional facilities and newer facilities. I also taught evening and a few day classes (all semester) in seven community colleges in five states with facilities of varying types and conditions. I do not think any o f these facilities educated me and the students I taught any better than any other'facility. What educated me was primarily m e, tHe academic programs, and the teachers. Itdefinitely was not the facilities; the bricks and mortar. And the same-for my students. And only to a certain extent the teachers/educators. If the teachers were good and the academic program was good, then die teachers helped m e educate m yself through the academic program. If the teacheis/educators were not so good, then it was left up to me and the academic program. If the academic program was also not so good, then my education was left up to me. You imply that a new grand facility - the proposed new high school will bring our students and teachers in to the 21st Centuiy. I disagree. Educational facilities provide some facilitation, but do not provide an education. Education comes from the academic program and the teachers, but mostly from the student’s aptitude, anitude, and personal efforts. An academic program provided and managed by highly qualified teachers and administrators can stimulate the potential for a student’s 21st Century education. However, it is totally up to the students to take advantage of this 21st Centuiy educational opportunity. Speaking of a 21st Century education, it first requires a 21st Century Academic Program. W hat is a 21st Century Academic Program? Here is a summary from reliable, relevant sources: 21 st-centucy skills generally refer to these core competencies: col­ laboration, digital literacy, critical thinking, and problem-solving. Schools need to help students thrive in today’s world. Implications for schools: prepare all students for postsecondary education or advanced training; do a much better job preparing students to apply the knowledge and skills they are taught (ap­ plied education); until states have more sophisticated assessments, teaching only to state tests is not enough; teaching only the factual knowledge and routine skills is insufficient. Avoid simplistic “either or” thinking about 21st century skills because factual knowledge, the ability to follow directions, and knowing how to find a right answer when there is one remains essential in an ever more complex and demanding world. Teach applied literacy and broad competencies within traditional disciplines. Teach critical thinking in the total'educational process. No stand alone lesson in 21st Century skills. M ore focused curriculum emphasizing slimmer set of concepts A taught in greater depth. Focus the curriculum on 21st Centuiy skills. Athletics and extracurricular activities must provide ample opportunities for interpersonal skills development for all students. Integrate broader competencies. Use clearly defined critical thinking definition throughout the curriculum. Clearly define specific knowledge and skills students are re­ quired to learn. Ensure the learning environment reflects the evolving workplace environment. Simulate the 21st Century evolving work environments in the- curriculum. Continual assess the development of 2 lst Century skills. Inform and educate teachers and state and federal policy makers about the 21st Century skills students need and why. A new high school without a quality 21st Century Academic Program from K-12 and the 21st,Centuiy trained, qualified, and committed teachers is a waste of the taxpayers* money. But most importantly, a 21st Century education cannot and does not start in high school. The question everyone should ask is: Does the Davie County School System have a 21st Century Academic Program from K to 12 and the trained, qualified, and committed teachers for this 21st Centuiy Academic Program? If yes, then ask our board of educa­ tion what a new high school will change? And if no, then also ask this board what will a new high school change? , I cannot think of a new high school changing anything but real estate taxes unless there is a fully implemented quality K-12 21st Century Academic Program with trained, qualified, and commit­ ted teachers, and then, only If the new high school is designed to facilitate a K-12 21st Centuiy Academic Program. And since I know of no such academic program in the Davie County Schools, how can this proposed new high school facility be adequately designed? Ron Keister M ocksville Letters Welcome ' T he Enterprise R ecord w elcom es lettera from its re a d -: ers on topics o f local, state, national or international issues. } A n effort w ill b e m ade.to print all letters, provided they.;, are not libelous, vulgar o r in poor taste.T he editor reserves" the right to edit letters for gram m ar and for space. AU letters should include the nam e and address o f the w riter, including a signature. A telephone num ber, not to be* published, is also requested. Please have letters in the new spaper office no later than 4 p m M onday o f the w eek to be published. D avie C ounty Enterprise R ecord P.O. B o x ,9 9 ,M ocksville, davie3@ centurylink.net. _ m DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, May 2,2013 - 3 F a i t h B r i n g s C a n c e r S u r v i v o r T h r o u g h O r d e a l This aitonymous story was submitted by Da­ vie County Relayfor Life organizers. It is the story o f a person’s struggle with cancer. I am a cancer survivor. I live and work in Davie. M y story began in the mid to late 2000s during an annual physical exam performed by my primaiy care physician and his staff. M y commitment to God, family, our church and employer was and is the guide post that lights the way for what was to come. After the results o f m y physical were in, the doctor asked that I com e back by their office to discuss the results. The message was loud and clear. You have cancer. I was blown away. My wife w asn't with me — I was alone. Such feelings of guilt rose up within me. W hy me Lord, what have I done to deserve this tem ble diagnosis? W hy punish my wife and family? W hy interrupt our lives, our com ­ mitment to the church? W hy change our fam ­ ily? W hy should my employer be shortchanged while we work through this process. Why not just take me home? Answers later. From the initial diagnosis - guilt set in. I was much too em barrassed to talk about this , S u r v i v o r D i n n e r M a y 9 A t W i n M o c k love o f Christ he unveiled their entire trek in T h e surv iv o r d in n e r fo r th e D avie C o u n ty R elay for Life is M ay 9 a t W InM ock Iof ntin£ ,h? treatment options in their B arn, B erm u d a R un. C a n c e r su rvivors sh o u ld R S V P b y M ay 1 a t 1 -8 7 7 -8 7 1 -7 8 4 8 . ~ °........................' ^ ............................ with m y immediate family - those who cared for m e the m ost and too embarrassed to share it with my siblings (both parents were dead by now) during our annual family Christmas gathering, a time to hug each one of them and just reconnect. M y oldest brother was almost a father figure for me growing up and now I’m sick.. W hat will they think of me? W hat kind of counsel could they give me? I had cancer. It could be fatal during or in the final stages of any available treatment options. W ho knew? God did. I told no one who absolutely did not need to know including my employer for some time. But the day cam e when it was necessary to share the news. And we did. Well - to shorten the story, God sent a won­ derful man who belonged to the same church we attend. His.wife is a retired RN from a lo­ cal hospital. Guess what? This man had been diagnosed with the same kind of cancer as me. But I did not know it at that time. After his diagnosis, he and his RN wife had one focus - to find the very best treatment options available to him in all o f the United . States. So their search began. And after weeks of intense phone calls, internet searches, doc­ tor and hospital interviews (including five large boxes of material) their choice was made. They moved out of state temporarily to the treatment center that offered superior service, excellent cure rates and a family atmosphere. This decision served them well. So on a certain Sunday morning and af­ ter the pastor finished his message, this man walked up and said: “Say, I hear you’re going through something, if you’d like to talk about it just give me a call.” Just the fact that any­ one knew was almost insulting. Remember, I was thinking about who may have leaked m y ' prayer request. I had only shared the news with one person in the church - but now who else knew? Would the church look at me as though I had failed morally or otherw ise?. What next. Well, finally I called this man and with the m inds. He suggested we meet so that he could share his cancer journey with m e. His words were - you may Ieam som e things about cancer treatment that you don’t yet know. A fter a few days we met. No one could have been more caring, gracious, and kinder to me than this person. He offered all of their research in haid copy if I wanted - but recommended that I call the same treatment center he chose to schedule an appointment with the chief surgeon and found­ er. Immediately we knew this had to be God and this would be the place. So right then and there our decision was made. We met the doc­ tors and knew without a doubt God was in it. M y wife and I moved as our friends did earlier. Treatment began and 12 years later we remain alive and free o f cancer because of Christ's unselfish love, His healing power thru both natural and supernatural processes. The journey may get rocky, days may seem far too long, but stay the course. God reigns and he will see you through. To Him be all honor and Glory and Power. Amen. Bank Employees Cite Reasons For Supporting Relay Luminary, Tiki Torches Two Ways To Support Davie Relay For Life Bank of the Carolinos is a corporate sponsor of the Davie County Relay for Life. Here are reasons som e o f the em ployees participate. Mandy Bledsoe; “I relay in memory o f my grandfather, Edward Beck. He was diagnosed with Melanoma Cancer back in my early child­ hood. He always supported m e in eveiything that I did in life. I remember one day he had a treatment on the same day that I had a basketball game and he stil] came to m y gam e even-though he was not feeling well from the treatment. He was always Schultz said, making timfe for m e and this is my way of paying Relay event.’ it forward. Amber Crotts: “I am a part of the Relay for Life committee and team because I have lost some very dear people to m e to cancer and I don’t want to see others go through what they had to deal with. These people are missed daily in mine and my The Relay for U fe of Davie County is May 17-18 at Davie County High School. AU activities will begin at 6 p jn . If anyone is interested in purchasing a luminaiy or a tiki torch, in honor or in memory of someone* for the Relay for Life event, please contact Betty Shultz at 336-978-7343. All those people but also the young and the totally innocent, and that’s just wrong and unfair; and I cam e to know some things about how most of the larger tobacco companies operated, particularly as to the smoking and cancer link, and I wanted to fight on the side of the good guys. “Cancer is a horrible disease. What it does to children is criminal. Ifpolio can be obliterated in Life and its cause hopefully one day our kids and grandchildren won’t have to worry about cancer.’ s T i o T a m i r .T h 0: 55' ,WH f0r $8„0r; h™ f0 rJ ‘° A» ,iki (tribu'=> - « 0 - A" every country around ( t e w o r i X italm o^hps8 * IO lammated pholo may he attached to Ihe torch. been, we can do the same to cancer. It will only Please help ris in reaching our goal of IflOO Iuininary for our Relay for Life even! this year,” take time and research. I want to do my part and UltZ said. Please join us for some great food, entertainment nnd a moving experience at our to help those I know and those I will never know." Tammy Surratt: “I have helped with the Relay - ! team for the past three years for Davidson County, Regretfully,1 never knew my grandmother cancer. I walk for three people; my papaw, who one year as part of the Lexington branch team or my great grandmother but as long as I can is a survivor, and two very dear friends who are and the last two years as pan of the accounting remember I have known about cancer taking their fighting the battle now. We need to Ieam as much committee. I was previously involved in Relay for lives which has only made me wony more form y as we can about cancer so we can finally get rid Life Events in Randolph County at my previous mother. Now I have a daughter, and with all the of this honible disease. W ith the funds to do employer. I have been pan of the relay because I had an aunt, Phyllis-Farlow, who passed away 10 years ago with ovarian cancer. I also relay because A .. .. . W * ...V MM® IiWJllMiW UldVllSC. WY (|(| UlC IUllUS Iw OO fiumly Iiyes. If we continue to support Relay for history of cancer in our family, I signed up to be so and a lot of prayer, together we will defeat Life and its cause HnDeniIlv nm> (lav ntirlriHc anH >■ innn n________ ..a long term participate in the Cancer Prevention Study - 3 (CPS-3) through the American Cancer cancer.” Rnhin DiiTfiam. “I nartl^inatn In t c ----------■ -........... Amber Ostrander “I am thankful to be join- i have another aunt, Nancy Gray, who U battling P , J s0^ ty- ing a team for Cabarrus County Relay for Life, breast cancer right now and is taking chemo. I .. ^ h lT M i V n ^ T * h I ' Ij ^ ortunately motherIwho >s “ >w 77 yrare I am participating because I am a thyroid cancer have enjoyed being part o f the community and with livercanceron 1/4/1988. Im iss her every day old, has no signs o f cancer and I can only hope survivor. Evetyone’s lives are touched in different helping out in any way I can.” and I cannot believe she has.been gone 25 years, that this cancer study will help prevent me, m y ' ways, so I am walking for all who are affected by Judy Ward: “Not only is April 15 the dreaded daughter and many others from the heartbreak o f this disease." ' tax day, but that is the day I lost my mother to a devastating diagnosis of cancer.” M egan Patton: “I decided to be a part of the ovarian cancer several years ago. I participated in Lauti Moses: JamesAtkinsvaiIlancourtlSept. Davie Relay for Life Committee nnd rDsam to be- the R elayfor U fein Randolph County before and . 2 1 ,1947-March 12,2008.' In memory of a be- come more involved in the coirm\un5tyfor acause I believe that it is a W onhy1CauBev. I think cvery- loved Son, Husband; Dad, and Grandpa. Forever ‘' TbyilbVe'in. My mcSW i'S'ii thyftiid'cancer survivor body has either had cancer or kriew of someone . in our hearts.” and my grandfather is living with prostate can- who has had cancer. It’s amazing to participate Ann Lane: uI decided to get involved with Davie Relay for Life this year because I was recently talking with m y mother and found out I have five maternal family members that have died from various types o f cancerJ'My' grandmother 'died of metastatic breast cancer when my m om and her twin sister were just 16 years old, my ■ Jessica Nichols: “I wanted to be a part o f cer. I also had two precious great-grandmothers in this program and see all the survivors. W hat a great grandmother died from som e foim of bone die Relay for Life because cancer awareness is who were breast and uterine cancer survivors. I blessing. Relay for Life does make a difference, cancer, a great uncle died o f esophageal cancer something that I feel very .strongly about. Cancer just participated in the Cancer Prevention Study In mem ory - Joyce Fosterpassed a way April 15, and twd,cousins from lung cancer. M y m other's twin sister has m elanom a, but fortunately it is responding to treatment. affects everyone in one way or another, whether it's a parent, grandparent; aunt, uncle, friend, or child; We all know someone who has dealt with RaIeighReponSweeping Changes Taking Place For North Carolina’s Voting Process — 3 (CPS-3). I will provide information about 1997 from Ovarian Cancer.” my family histoiy and lifestyle over the next 30 A m y Young: “I Relay for my m other who lost years. Hopefully, the research from the study will her battle with leukemia in 1999' and for many prevent my son and potential grandkids from be- other family membeis and friends who-have lost ing affected by cancer.'* the battle or who are lighting it now. I would Dan Robertson: mI decided to work for ACS for like to see an end to cancer during m y lifetime, a number of reasons: most of m y family has been Relay gives m e the opportunity to celebrate the By Julia C . H ow ard NC House o f Representatives After more than three years of public discussion around the Beyond the photo identifica­ tion requirement, the bill takes steps to ensure the integrity of provisional and absentee bal­ lots. It directs the State Board issue o f voter identification, of Elecdons to study the use of a bipartisan majority in the modem technology in voting. House passed a bill that moves paving the way for further ef- North Carolina to a photo ID ficiency through digital efforts. voting structure. T he vote is the result of a 10-month process that included public hearings. The House unanimously passed HB452, the “2013 School Safety A ct" is a bi- hours o f testimony by experts partisan piece of- legislation and members o f the public, and that takes several steps aimed at improving the schools, including providing in-depth analysis o f voter ID systems in other states. HB 589, the “Voter lnforma- diagrams and m aster keys of tion VerificaUon Act,” passed each school to law enforcement the House on its second read- to help them respond to inci- ing with a vote o f 81-36 - a dents more efficiency. It ap- bipartisan vote on one of the propriates matching grants for key pieces o f legislation for local school districts to spend the Republican House majority, on'school police officers, psy- The bill is a product of months chologists, and installing panic of work by sponsors and lead- alarms systems and anonymous ership of the House Elections tip lines. It directs schools to Committee. The bill is a sweeping effort to improve North Carolina’s voting process by requiring residents to show photo iden­ tification when voting and will be fully implemented by 2016. The measure utilizes the 2014 elections as a bridge to identify which voters may be without an accepted form o f photo ID and establishes a program to help them acquire a free photo card through the Department of M o­ tor Vehicles. For those, without photo IDs, non-operator photo ID cards will be issued at no cost through the DMV. incorporate more crisis plan­ ning and drills. HB704 will help rural ar­ eas receive the best medical consultations available. The bill, titled wStudy and Encour­ age the Use o f Telemedicine," directs the Health and Human Services Department to study how video teleconferencing in medical emergencies could improve patient outcomes in remote hospitals. HB605 also passed the safety o f House. It establishes a Sub­ committee on Aging to the Joint Legislative Ovenight Committee on HHS to study the state's delivery of services to the elderly. Should you have concerns, do not hesitate to contact me. Legislative Office: 919-733- 5904; Mocksville: 751-8567; E-Mail: JuliaJioward@ncleg. net. touched by cancer and my father died of it; many illnesses and diseases are brought on, to some degree, by those who abuse their bodies for years and don't take care of themselves -cancer affects lives of those who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and support the American Cancer Society’s lifesaving m ission by fighting back against a disease that has already taken too much.” ) O iN U S f Brandon Strawberries I N O W A V A I L A B L E ! I Y o u K c k o r W e K c k Monday - Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM CaIahaInFarm 510 Calahaln Road, Mocksville, NC 27028 = = D avid, G lo ria Sc Kim A n d erso n ■ ■ 336-909-2240 a DnEcnoNsFianMoBAiaitttoHiiMiMwesofMxtede-PBStljfcet^as I Canvgrauil Catahah Rlisontie right WaChior ontne iighi S On tbe web tb www.calihft(iifann.cca Emafc calahalnfann@gmaiLcom 4 th Annual Celebration Fundraiser Sunday, May 5 2:00 - 4:00 pm (Floating) C e n te r U n ite d M e th o d ist C h u rch Fam ily Life C e n te r 1 8 5 7 Hwy 6 4 W. M ocksville F re e A dm ission - D o n a tio n s w e lc o m e d S lIen tA u ctto n Prizes In c lu d e , Colf ot Bermuda Run Country Club Private CuIded Tour of NC Zoo Starbucks Gft Bosket Winston-Salem Dosh Prize Pock And many, many morel ‘Do not hove :o be peient to hv> Dessert and Candy SocJd I Kids’Crafte I SIwitAuction Debut of 2013 Stuffed Animal . B randons B uddies Foundation is a local non-profit-501c3 charity d e d ic a te d to supporting children bqttling ca n c e r Ihiough th e gift of a spiffed anim al b u d d y . an d .b y providing Flnanctai a ssista n c e Io their.Families. : \ Brandon's Buddies FoundationWT wwwbrondorsfoundatioaoro 336.909.1130 - I 4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 2,2013 Full Circle Mocksville Native Tony Bailey Bringing Country Show To Town ‘7 may not ever get there, but Lard knows I'm gonna try. I want to play the Grand Ole Opry before I die." 'Ilie Grand Ole Opry - Tony Bailey By M ikc BarniiurdC Enterprise Record Ycs1 it’s that Tony Bailey - the teen rocker with long blonde hair from Mocksville who has been honing his musical talent since age 12. His hair is a bit shorter. He now wears boots and a hat. He still rocks • to the likes of Jimmy Page and Eric Clapton, but nowadays, the music he • listens to is as likely to be country's Brad Paisley, Brcnt Mason or Keith Urban. The Tony Bailey Band will perform at a 2:30 p.m. show at Junker’s Mill amphitheater in Downtown Mocks- ville during the annual Daniel Boone FamiIyFestivaI. Bailey said he didn’t have much'of a choice when it came to liking mu­ sic. His parents had plenty of records % for him to listen to - the Beatles, Cre­ dence Clearwater and Elvis. And his grandmother, Louise York, was a huge country music fan. And she loved to take her grandson to the live shows. He’s seen Conway Twitty more than once - Johnny Cash, Ernest Tubb, George Jones, Loretta Lynn ... The list goes on, “Mamaw took me to all these coun­ try shindigs they called them at the Greensboro Coliseum. She was a big Conway fan.” He traveled to the Grand Ole Opry with his family, and remembers well when Ernest Tubb turned his' guitar over and it said ‘'Thanks” on the back. It taught him the importance of fans to musicians, As with most teenagers in the early 80s, his attention turned to rock and roll. “7 grew up on country and now I’ve come back full circle,” he said. “Coun­ try pickin’ is a lot more involved than most rock. It makes a better player out of you.” Bailey did 110 shows lust year, some solo acoustic performances and some with his full country band. In Mocks- ville, he's bringing Chuck Church on guitar and vocals, Rick Lael on drums and vocals, Michael Lanigan on bass, and Jim Ashton on pedal steel guitar, 1Tfll be lively and energetic plus family friendly,” he said of a Tony Bailey Band show. “It’s good country music with a little bit of rock and roll in there.” Bailey is a member of the Nashville Songwriters Association Internation­ al, and has learned a lot attending their events. He’s played on the open mic night at The Bluebird Cafe in Nash­ ville. He writes about life experienc­ es (His first CD should be available at Saturday’s show, which includes mostly songs inspired by his upbring­ ing arid grandmother.), and also about things that just pop into his mind. "The songs are about good times and had. Several are based on my grand­ ma,” he said. An electrician in Conover, Bailey would love to make a living playing music - but knows the difficult road that involves. “Nashville wants young and pretty, and I’m way past both of those,” he said. The internet can be a musician’s best friend, he says, and he plans to keep playing as many live shows as possible to build a following. Most shows are at clubs and events near his home. “I do want to do a tour... fairs and festivals with a little bit of travel­ ing ... and just see where it leads,” he said. Bailey had spent 25 years with rock cover bands when he decided to make the switch.'He laid out a three-year plan and is on track to making it hap­ pen. ‘Tm having to prove myself. I’m beating the bushes and trying to get my name out there. “I’m laid back and having fun,” Bailey said. “I just wish my grandma were still here to see this. She is the driving force behind this first CD.” Bailey is scheduled to perform from 2-4 p.m. He’s going to try to arrive a bit early to hear the bond that opens the day’s music at noon - Caleb’s Bridge. That band features locals Tim Elmore and Greg Beck. Bniley said that when he was a freshman at Davie High, Elmore and Beck were seniors and had a rock band. “They were like, my inspiration,” he said. “They were big influences on me and we still remain good friends.” Leam more at tonybaileymusic. M ocksville n ativ e Tony B ailey will perform at 2 p.m . S a tu rd a y s com, or see him perform on youtube, th e D aniel B oorie Fam ily F estival in D ow ntow n M ocksville. C a le b 's B ridge perform s a t a previous concert, an d inclu d es from left: G reg B eck, Kip Snow , R ichard H arris, R alph H oar an d Tlm E lm ore. Caleb’s Bridge Christian Rock Band Debuts New CDAt Saturday Show B ....k o U /-it , . .. »By Jac k ie S eabolt Enterprise Record G reg B eck of M ocksville is all about spreading The Word. A s part of the C hristian rock bapd, C aleb’s B ridge, Beck is ex­ cited about the bands perform ance at the Daniel Boone Fam ily Festival at noon on Saturday and the planned release of their new CD. “This is a big deal for us,” B eck says. B eck says the band has been playing together for a few years now and has five m em bers: Kip * Snow, m andolin; B eck, bass/back­ ground vocals; Tim Elm ore, guitar/ background vocals; Richard Harris, drum s, harm onica, background vo­ cals; and R alph H oar, lead singer, acoustic guitar. Snow, Beck, and Elm ore are D a­ vie residents, w hile Harris is from Lexington, and H oar lives in King. T heir ju st finished CD will be available at a release event at the festival. The C D is 12 original songs and is titled The Seed. A ccording to B eck, Harris cam e up w ith nam e C aleb ’s B ridge - based on Caleb from the Old Tes­ tam ent. “H e w as kind o f like us,” B eck says. “H e w asn’t one of the typical C hristians w ouldn’t go to spread the w ord.” Beck grew up in M ocksville and says he’s played in bands as long as he can rem em ber, but eight years ago he changed his life. “T his is the best band I’ve ever played w ith." Snow says that no m atter where C aleb’s C reek plays they alsvays tell people that M ocksville is their, hom etown. Tlie band has an eclectic sound ' that blends m any genres of m usic. “We all com e from extensive back­ grounds,” Snow says. “So there’s everything in our m usic from rock, to blues, to country, to jazz, and beach m usic influences.” B eck says m ost p eople like their m usic, but when they hear the w ords and the m essage it brings they like it even m ore. “We just want to get the word out there,” B eck says. “It’s going to be a full day of m usic.” The Seed w ill'be available for purchase at the festival for $10. For m ore inform ation about the band and m ore its m usic visit ca- lebsbridge.com.B eck a n d S now talk ab o u t th e d y n am ics o f C a le b 's B ridge. mm C hristians. He w ent places m ost C a le b ’s B ridge will rock Ju n k e r’s Mill beginning a t noon on S atu rd ay , th e d ay of th e g ro u p ’s CD re le a s e ev en t. I U A VIfc, L O U l> l I H r t i r 1R r m a L n r x o n u , i iiu r> u » ), i , ; H is to ric a l T o u r s A t B o o n e F e s tiv a l 10:15 AM, 12:30 PM & at 2:15 PM J o p p a C e m e te ry (burial site o f S q u ire & S a ra h B o o n e) B e a r C re e k B o o n e S ite B o o n e T raij M ark er in F arm in g to n P u d d in g R id g e 11:45 AM J e s s e A. C le m e n t H o u s e (interior) J o p p a C e m e te ry B o o n e M arker B e a r C re e k C e n te rA rb o r 1:15 PM T h e Bull H ole T our of V e a c h 's M u ste rg ro u n d R ev o lu tio n a ry W a r H ero R ich m o n d P e a r s o n ’s G ra v e site H istoric Z a c h a ry H olt H o u s e V illage M u seu m o f C o o le e m e e Tours, coordinated a nd h o sted b y m em bers o f the Davie County Historical a nd G enealogical Society, are $5 each and will b e provided on a b u s or van. 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Continued From Page I DropTineArchery will be at the Junker’s Mill area, where festival goers can try their hand at shooting a bow and anow. There will be a children’s area with infiatables and games, and food will include hotdogs, cotton candy, biscuits, lemonade and fried Twinkies and other sweets. There will be historical tours, visiting many Boone and other notable sites across Davie County. Music starts at noon on the Junker's Mill stage, with Ca­ leb’s Bridge and The Tony Bailey Band playing before an evening performance by The Sleeping Booty Band. An alumni football game is scheduled between Davie High and West Rowan on June I, and the Davie team will have a booth at the festival. Buy a ticket for the game and more money will go to the local team than if bought on game day. They will also kick off the festival games with a frozen t- shirt contest - with five of the former Davie players going against five of the West Rowan players, They’ll be required to thaw a frozen, folded t-shirt and put it on. . Want to win $250? Enter the public frozen t-shirt contest. That and a Hula Hoop contest will start at about 4:30 p.m. AU entertainment is free, al­ though those drinking alcohol after 5 p.m. will be required to purchase a wristband for $5. Beer and wine will be sold at Junker’s Mill, no outside cool­ ers will be allowed. Also during the evening, the North Davie Ruritan Club will be selling hamburgers at Junk­ er’s Mill. “There should be more food and more shopping,” said Mocksville Town Manager Christine Bralley. "It will be a good variety." Max ■ Continued From Page I Earnhardt says that Blak- 'ley's main need is fdifsssis- j;"' j; tancc in balance. Max wears-r a vest with a,handle that can be used by BIakley if he needs help getting up from a fall or just needs support when walking1. "Max also helps him calm down,” Earnhardt says. In • stressful situations Max is acutely aware of Binkley's emotional state and acts as a calming buffer to help relax and relieve stress. "If I'm down and out I don’t even have to call him to me, he just senses it," Blakley says. Enmhardt began Paws 4 Soldiers in 2012, though she's been training dogs for a number of years. Her son is also soldier and after she was approached by another veteran suffering from post traumatic stress disorder who wanted to know if she could train his dog to become his service dog, Earnhardt knew shp had to found her calling. "I knew at that point that's what I wanted to do. To give back a little bit to these guys." Earnhardt's training process meets the Canine Good Citizen requirements of the American Kennel Club and is usually a process of ten weeks for most dogs, but can continue longer if needed. "We take all breeds to train . 'as seryicc dogs," Earnhardt ' sayis’^'We want dogs that are different. We want to show people all dogs can do this." Blakley says that Max went from being a full-time farm dog to his inside house buddy. "When I was going through treatment for cancer, he stayed with me the whole time." Earnhardt says that service dogs from organizations can cost well into the thousands of dollars and most times the dogs are still owned by the or­ ganization. "We want to make sure the'owners actually own the dogs." Even though Earnhardt does train dogs that veterans already have as their pets, she also has dogs at Paws 4 Soldiers (hat are trained and ready to be placed as service dogs in good homes. Blakley says that Paws 4' Soldiers was the best thing that ever happened to him and Max and he wants others to know of the work that EarnIiardt is doing to help soldiers. "I truly feel she's committed to doing this and helping others." If you would like informa­ tion on Earnhardt's work visit Paws4Soldiers.com. t' ■■ \ StTA GyW ! f i l l , , - A ] £ .'TTT-T11) r ■Tony B lakley with his p e t a n d se rv ic e d o g , M ax. “H e ’s m y b est friend," B lakley sa y s. V eteran R o b ert J o h n s o n with P aisley. S h e ’s d em o n stra tin g a co v e r position i s h e w a tc h e s b eh in d Jo h n so n . | | k . '. * ■& , 'f ij P a w s 4 S oldiers fo u n d e r B arb a ra E arn h ard t with D orothy, o n e o t th e serv ic e d o g s s h e h a s trained. E arn h ard t s a y s th a t M ax is train e d to h elp w ith B lakley's specific n e e d s an d th serv ic e d o g s. I b re e d s c a n b e tra in e d a s 6 -PAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 2,2013 P u b l i c R e c o r d s Marriages The following were issued marriage licenses by the Davie RegisierofDeeds. - Matthew Steven Shinault, 26, and Kathiyn Marie Buter- baugh, 26, of Mocksville. - Cariel O'Brien Foote, 32, and Stormy Ellen Hamm, 26, of Advance. - Christopher Scott Kosub; 28, of Winston-Salem, and Lee White, 37, of Mocksville. - Jared Luke Cronquist, 23, of Jamestown, and Lesley Del­ ane Ellis, 19, of YadkinviUe. • Billy Jack Birdsong, 23, and Jessica Ann Plowman, 24, of Mocksville. - Robert Lester Warner, 29, and Jessica Britt Tatum, 29, of Winston-Salem. -G ilm er Astul Martinez, 28, and Jeanneth Emperatriz Guz­ man Mena, 25, o f Harmony. ' - Charles Daniel Davis, 67, of Advance, and Maria Iaci Cavalcante Pequeno, 62, of Brazil. - Scott Caner Dixon, 35, of Advance, and Tracy Jean Vo- gler, 41, of Mocksville. - ChadAshton Caperton, 23, and Lauryn Elizabeth Shulen- burger, 20, of Kemersville. • Oscdr Saul Orellana, 39, and 'Maria Isabel Rodriguez, 42, of Advance. - Andrew Chase Webb, 22, and Hunter Elise Copen, 19, both of Mocksville. CivQ Lawsuits The following civil lawsuits were filed with the Davie Clerk of Court. - Jacquelyn A. McGmley vs. Timothy McGinIey, domestic violence protective order. Sharon Hughes vs. Kevin Hughes, divorce. - Sheny Glass Callahan vs. Wanda Glass Eudy, domestic •violence protective order. - James Thomas Carter Jr. vs. Melanie G . Potkay-Carter1 child support, custody, divorce from bed and board, attorney fees. . - Davie Social Services vs. James R . Marlow, child, sup- port. .• ; - Portfolio Recovery Asso­ ciates vs. Ana Guevara, collec­ tion on account,$1,069.77. • Bradley Martin Holcomb vs. Candice Renee Holcomb, custody. • Eaton Funeral Service vs. Clayton Seamon, contract, $4,618.13.’ - Eaton Funeral - Service vs. Tammy Mays, contract, $1,547.09. - Jerry W. Smith vs. Robert T. Wilson Jr., contract, money owed. - Eaton Funeral Service vs. Bill L. Wyatt Sr., contract, $1375.51. - Davie Social Services vs. Dorothy E. Breeze, child sup­ port. • Portfolio Recovery Associ­ ates vs. Tracy J. Vogler, collec­ tion on account, $2384.90. • Davie Social Services vs. Eddie L. Nunn. Sr., child sup­ port. - Kristin Lea Gillikin vs. John Bradley Gillikin, divorce. - Frank J. Schilagi vs. Sun- trust Banks as executor of the estate of Roger C. Harris, con-. tract, real property, specific performance. - Albert M . Noone III vs. Leslie J. Storey, domestic vio­ lence protective order. • Josey Lane Lunsford vs. Bart Sterling Lunsford, domes­ tic violence protective order. - FlA Card Services NA vs. Thomas P. Sides, collection on account, $3774.50. - Marsha McKnight vs. Sun­ ni Ball and M ike Ball, minor settlement. - Mariah McDowell vs. Ronnie Coble Jr., domestic vio­ lence protective order. - Davie Social Services vs. Samuel L. Lambert Jr., child support. - Davie Social Services vs. Jacob M . Griffint child support. - Jeny Clifton Guplon- vs. Rhonda B. Gupton, divorce.' - Portfolio Recovery Asso­ ciates vs. M ichelle Collins, col­ lection on account, $1,153.49. : • Davie Social Services vs. Juan M. Lopez, child support... ' - Noland R. Mattocks vs. Lindsay B. Smith! judgment* in'* action to recover money or per­ sonal property. - M aria A . Seats vs. William D. Leonard, child support. - Davie Social Services vs. Marcus S. Salazar, child sup­ port. Arrests The-Davte County Sheriff’s Department made the following arrests: . - Brandi Michelle Fleming, 27, of Watts Street, Cooleemee was anested April 22 for posses­ sion/concealing stolen property. Ttial date: M ay 30. - Darren Len Johnson,27,of Legion Hut Road, Mocksville was arrested April 22 for larceny. Trial date: M ay 16. • W ilIi^n Colin Poe, 24, of Elm Street, M ocksville was Arrested April 22 for harassing phone call and cyberstalking. Trial date: M ay 16 in Ashe Cftinty. - James King Hill III, 23, of Bonkin Lake Road, Mocksville was anested April 23 for failure to appear. Trial date: May 30 in Guilford CounQr. • Robert Nathaniel Davis Jr., 33,of Hobson Drive,Mocksville was arrested April 23 for assault on a female and misdemeanor larceny. Trial date: May 20 in Stokes County. -M ichelle Dawn Broome ,28, o f Salisbury Street, Mocksville . was arrested April 24 for second degree trespassing. Trial date: June 13. - Scott Allen Jenkins, 28, of S. Main Street, Mocksville was anested April 24 for failure to appear,possession of marijuana, and possession of drag para­ phernalia. Trial date: May 20 in Rowan County. -Fredy Toribio Cisneros, 18, of Winston-Salem was arrested April 25 for failure to appear. Trial date: May 29 in Fordyth County. - Lisa Ann Summcy, 35, of Tlmberiake was arrested April 25. for failure to appear. Trial date: M ay 16. ' - Lincoln M onroe Brock J r., 18, of Dianna Lane, Mocksville was arrested April 25 for larceny,.. property damage, and assault. . TrialdateiJuhe 13. ............. 'StevenK eithJastrow ,20,of L IV E A U C T I O N 40.28 Acres +/-Divided THE DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 371 NoHh Main Street • Mocksville, NC lfiiirsday, JIIIay 9,2013 @6:00 PM TillableAcreageanaHardwoods DIRECTIONS TO LAND: From Winston-Salem, take HO west Io exit 169, turn left on Hwy. 64 toward Mocksville: Takft second right on Greenhlll Road. Goapproximatefy , 2 miles, turn Iefl on CauntyHomeRood,. Property opproxlmotely 3/4 mile on the left. For more infbrmalion on this auction visit www.swice900daucH0ns.c0m 754 Buyer Premium applies* see website for terms and conditions The Swicegood Group Auctions/Real Estate Auctioneer T. Kyle Swicegood NCAL 8805, NCREL195929 3 3 6 - 7 5 1 - 4 4 4 4 Deadmon RoadtMocksviIicwas arrested April 25 for breaking/ entering and larceny after break­ ing/entering. Trial date: May 2. - Debra Renee Brown, 57,. of Winston-Salem was'arrested April 26 for probation violation and obtaining money/property •by false pretense. Trial dates: May.2in Davie County and May 28 in Forsyth County. - Joshua Paiil Godbey125, of US 601 South, Mocksville was arrestcdApril26forassault.Trial date: June 6. - Randy Eugene Godbey, 53, of US601 South, Mocksville was arrested April 26 for aassault. Trial date: June 6. - Timothy Edwards Cayton Jr.,26,o f Winston-Salem was ar­ rested April 28 for possession of schedule IV controlled substance and possession of drug parapher­ nalia. Trial date: June 13. S h e r i f f ’s D e p a r t m e n t The following incidents were reported to the Davie County Sheriff's Department. - O n A pril 17 harassing phone calls were repotted at a hom e on M ichaels R oad, Mocksville. - An abandoned animal was reported ata medical facility on US 158, AdvanceonApriI 17. • On April 17 property dam­ age was reported at a home on Rabbit Farm Trail, Advance. - The larceny o f a m otor vehicle was reported at a home on Bethlehem Drive, Advance on April 18. - On April 19 a suspicious phone call was reported at a home on Vanzant Road,M ocks-. ville. - Larceny was reported at a hom e on Fish Face Lane, Mocksville on April 22. • On April 22 a break-in and luceny were reported at a home on US 158, Advance. - An assault, vandalism, and larceny were reported at a home on Deer Run Drive, Mocksville on April 22. - On April 23 trespassing was reported at a home on Baileys Chapel Road, Advance.^ - L sm ^ y w a s’rcported at V home on Comatzer Road, Ad­ vance on April 23. - On April- 23 fraud was reported at a home on Godbey Road, Mocksville. - Threats were reported at a home on EIm Street, Mocksville on April 23. - O n April 24 threats were reported at a hom e on Wood Lane, Advance. - Larceny was reported at a hom e on G ladstone Road, M ocksvilleonApriI 24. - O n A pril 24 a break-in and larceny were reported at a hom e on Swicegood Street, Mocksville. - Larceny was reported at a school on William Ellis Drive, Advance on April 24. - On April 24 larceny was reported at n home on Baileys Chapel Road, Advance. - Larceny was reported at n convenience store on NC 801 North, Advancc on April 25. • - On April 25 littering was reported ata location on NC 801 North, Advance. - Larceny was reported at a location on NC- 801 North, Mocksville on April 25. Land Transfers . The following land transfers were filed with the Davie Reg­ ister of Deeds, listed by parties involved, acreage, township, and deed stamps purchased with $2 representing $1,000. • Grady I. Ingle, substitute trustee to Federal National Mortgage Assoc., I acre, CaIa- haln. • Grady I. Ingle, substitute trustee to CitiFjnanciaI Servic­ es, I tract, Mocksville, $58. - Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Biyan C. Thompson and Sharon K. Thompson, 4 lots. - Timothy Virgil Potts Sr. and Peggy Ann Chandler Potts to Timothy V. PoJts Jr. and Katheryne Rhys Myrick Potts, 2 tracts, Shady Grove, $120. - Connie Mae Young Camp­ bell to Robin Lamont Campbell and Kelly Fleming Campbell, I tract, Shady Grove. - Craig Carter Builder to Craig Alonzo Carter Jr. and Geraldine Blakley Carter, I lot, Farmington, $62. • First Federal Bank to Ir­ vine Keith Furman and Me­ linda S. Furman, I lot, Mocks­ ville, $259. - D.R. Horton Inc. to Chris­ topher W. Jones and Lisa M. Jones, I lot, Farmington, $718. - Donna Reeves Whitar ker, administrator of estate of Wanda Faye Royal Reeves to Donna Reeves Whitaker, .38 acre, Jerusalem. - Annie S. Howell to Terry Gray Smith, 10.77 acres, Farm­ ington. - ,Louis Julian Crockett 'S r 1Bnd Barbara J. Crockctvto Dvvight W. Prater and Luarine' M. Prater, I tract, $450. - Fannie Mae to Thomas Ray Sparks and Rebekah Dawn Sparks, I lot, Mocksville. - C. Leonard- Jones and Mary Nell Jones to Janna Ma­ rie Jones Watson, 3J l acres, Shady Grove. - C. Leonard Jones and Mary Nell Jones to Anne Eliza­ beth Jones Osborne, 13 acres. Shady Grove. - Virginia C. Broadway to Kenneth Dale Broadway and Ronald G. Broadway, .93 acre, Jerusalem. - Virginia C. Broadway to Kenneth Dale Broadway, 22.41 acres, Jerusalem. BBQ Chicken ForkFireDepartment Saturday • May 4 12 Noon til Sold Out MENU: 1/2 BBQ Chicken, Baked Potato, SIdw, Roll, Dessert E a t l n o r T a k e O u t * 8 . 0 0 p e r P l a t e - Virginia C. Broadway to . Glen Douglas Broadway, 11.69 iicres, Jerusalem. • Virginia C. Broadway to Glen Douglas Broadway, 4.57 acres, Jerusalem - W. Wyman Yelton and Re­ becca B. Yelton to Bermuda Village Retirement Center, I condominium, Farmington, $360. - Bermuda Village Retire­ ment Center to Bobbie B. Ol­ sen, I condominium, Farming­ ton, $360. - L. Scott Hanes and Julia T. Hnnes to Bermuda Village Re­ tirement Center, I villa, Farm­ ington, $270.- - Bermuda Village Retire­ ment Center to W. Wyman Yel- ton and Rebecca B. Yelton, I villa, Farmington, $270. - East Atlantic Properties to C&B Farms, I tract, Calahaln, $285. - Pamela A. Hazen and as at­ torney in fact for Robert G. Ha­ zed to Childress-Dillon Family, 138.62 acres, Fulton, $1,000. • Wells Fatgo Bank NA to Eric Dean Smith and Kimberly Melissa Dodson, I lot, Farm­ ington, $370. - Robert Spry and Elaine D. Spry to Paul E. Foster, I lot, Je­ rusalem. - James Howard Sain and Christine Shore Sain to Luann Sain Jordan and Donald Frank­ lin Jordan, 1,076.13 square feet, Mocksville. - Dick Anderson Construc­ tion to Bryan S. Lakey and Su­ zanne M. Lakey, I lot, Shady Grove, $826. - Rogers Townsend & Thomas to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Co., I tract. - Linda Lou Dyson to Tina D. Prevette, Ricky Macon Dy­ son and Marty Allen Dyson, 3 tracts, Calahaln. - Bmndy Michelle Smith Beck to Christopher Linn Beck, I tract,Jerusalem. - JPM organ Chase Bank NA to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, I lot. - Richard C. Short and • Yvonne Coleman Short ...to. Richard C: Short, 2 lots; Shady Grove. • Trustee Services of Caro­ lina to JP Morgan Chase Bank NA, I tract, $269. - Keith R. Hunter and Pame­ la H. Hunter by attorney in fact to Jim M. Sanford and Carolyn M . Sanford, I lot, Mocksville, $166. - Fannie Mae to Maria Bethy Casula and Melvin Danilo Romero Lemus, I lot, Mocksville. - Fannie Mae to Jeffery L. Bums and Cheryl L. Bums, 1.05 acres. Shady Grove. - Rogers Townsend & Thomas to Marketplace Prop­ erty Services, I lot, Mocksville, $123. - Bobbitt Farm to Lester P. Martin III, .41 acre, Farming­ ton, $14. • Trustee Services of Caroli­ na to Federal Home Loan Mort­ gage Corp., 3 tracts. - Jeffrey Dee Tutterow, and Sheila S. Tutterow, trustees of Mary Frances Berrier Trust to Jeffrey Dee Tutterow and Sheila S. Tutterow, 9.66 acres, Jerusalem. . - Virginia C. Broadway to Kelly Broadway Kluttz, I acre, Jerusalem. - Lucille L. Furches to Carolyn M . Miller, Teresa L. Cartrette, Nora L. Naylor and Christina F. Hurt, I tract. • Trustee Services of. Caro­ lina to Federal National Mort­ gage Assoc., 1.49 acres, Farm­ ington. - Lynn A. M ather to Steven G. BIIer and Majell Eller, I lot. Shady Grove, $3 10. - Charles Eric Yates to Cipri- ano Chiquito Mendez, 2 tracts. - Vada Boger Beck and Ste­ phen Gray Beck and Sherry Joan Beckto Corey B. Webster, 2 lots, Clarksville, $20. - Michael Pope Bamhardt and Polly G, Bamhardt to Wil­ liam Beeding, I acre, Mocks­ ville, $83. DAVIG COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORDrThursday, May 2,24)13 - 7 D i s t r i c t C o u r t The following cases were disposed of during Davie Dis­ trict Court. Presiding: Judge April C. Wood. Prosecuting: Karen Biemacki and Wendy. J.‘ Terry, assistant DAs. - Joshua Gray Ackerson, simple possession schedule Vl controlled substance, reck­ less driving-wanton disregard, dismissed per plea; DWI, sen­ tenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours communi­ ty service, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treat­ ment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, limited driving privilege/$100 fee, $100 DW l fee, $100, cost. - Sean Nicholas Allen, in­ tentionally harassing someone in the process of taking-game lawfully, prayer for judgment continued, cost, $20 install fee, $225 attorney fee. - Cody Mae Anderson, mis­ demeanor child abuse, sen­ tenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, not assault/ihreat- en/harass victim, comply with parenting classes, cost, $20 in­ stall fee: - Jerry W. Bales, simple worthless check, dismissed, civil settlement. - Tawana- Smoot Cain, driv­ ing while license revoked, re­ duced to failure to notify DMV of address change, sentenced to 20 days, suspended six months, not operate vehicle until li­ censed, $100, cost, $252.50 at­ torney fee. - Joshua Steveri Chesnee, DW I, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, credit for substance abuse assessment/ follow treatment, surrender li­ cense, not operate vehicle until licensed, limited driving privi­ leged 100 fee, $100 DWI fee, $100, cost; failure to maintain lane control, failure to report an accident, dismissed per plea. - Dwayne Eric Chunn, two counts each failure to we?r seat belt and expired registra­ tion, expired/no inspection, driving while license revoked, dismissed per plea; two counts driving while license revoked, sentenced to 45 days. Ap­ pealed. ■ - Joshua Andrew Cleary, ex­ ceeding safe speed, dismissed, civil settlement. - Michael Lee Cline, com­ municating threats, dismissed, mediated. • Matthew Lamonte Cowan, possession o f stolen goods/ property, dismissed, corrected. - Carl J. Doby, domestic violence protective order, dis­ missed, indicted on related matters. • Brandon A. Draughn, driving while license revoked, possession/display of altered/ fictitious/revoked license, dis­ missed, corrected. • - Wanda Glass Eudy, simple assault, dismissed at request of prosecuting witness and in the interest of justice. - Nathan Chara Ford, speed­ ing 80 in a 70, dismissed per plea; driving while license re­ voked, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, sentenced to 20 days, suspend­ ed six months, not operate ve­ hicle until licensed, $100, cost, $20 install fee. - Paulo Ray Fuentes, driv­ ing while license revoked, re­ duced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $100, cost; expired registration, dismissed per plea. - Tevin Lamar Gaither, as­ sault of handicapped person, dismissed per plea of misde­ meanor child abuse; misde­ meanor child’abuse, prayer for judgment continued, cost, not assault/threaten/harass brother, $20 install fee. - Ryan Scott Gore, speeding 63 in a 45, dismissed per plea; driving while license revoked, sentcnced^to 45 days, cost. - Rosaura T. Hernandez, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $100, cost. - Ja’meq Gregory Hill, two counts communicating threats, sentenced to 45 days, credit for 63 days, have no contact with victims, $180, $170 attorney fee; injury to real property, dis­ missed per plea. - Casey Leigh Hunt, DWI, sentenced to 120 days, sus­ pended 36 months, 13 days ac­ tive, credit for 107 days, do not consume drugs or alcohol, sub­ mit to warrantless searches/ran­ dom drug screens, obtain sub­ stance abuse assessment/treat­ ment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, alcohol monitoring device for 120 days, $100 DWI fee, $500, cost, $280 attorney fee; driving while’ license revoked, failure to maintain lane control, failure to stop, for stop sign/flashing red light, dismissed per plea. - Joey Martin Ijames, pos­ session of spring-loaded.knife, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, possession of drug paraphernalia, 'sentenced to 45 days, credit for 62 days, cost, evidence ordered de­ stroyed. - Elizabeth L. Krajeck1 fishing without a license, dis­ missed; corrected. - Andrew Louis Lee, simple possession schedule VI con­ trolled substance, * deferred prosecution, 12 months su- .pervised probation, 24 hours community service, obtain sub­ stance abuse assessment/treat­ ment, get GED, not violate any • other laws, evidence ordered. destroyed, if in compliance charges may be dismissed in 12 months. Brady L. Link, domestic violence protective order, sen­ tenced to 75 days, suspended 12 months, 12 hours commu­ nity service, successfully com­ plete anger management class­ es, not assault/threaten/harass victim, $200, cost. - Adrienne Simone Lynch, speeding 107 in a 70, dismissed per plea; reckless driving to en­ danger, $ 1000, cost. - Callie Olivia M asten, tex- ting/email in Vehicle, prayer for judgment continued, cost; driving while license revoke'd, possession/display of improper license, dismissed per plea. - Ashley Jean McLaurine, simple assault, dismissed at re­ quest of prosecuting witness. • Emma Violeta Perez, DW I, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, obtain sub­ stance abuse assessment/treat­ ment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $100 DWI fee, $100, cost; no license, canceled/revoked/ suspended certificate/tag, dis­ missed per plea. - Richard Eugene Pless, speeding 86 in a 70, dismissed per plea; driving while license revoked, prayer for judgment continued, cost, not operate vehicle until licensed, $115 at­ torney fee. • • Anita Home Proffitt, mis­ demeanor probation violation, probation terminated unsuc­ cessfully. - John Speight Sanford, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $100, cost, $20 install fee. - Amber May Short, posses­ sion o f drug paraphernalia, de­ ferred prosecution, 12 months supervised probation, 24 hours community service, re-enroll and remain in school, obtain substance abuse assessment/ treatment, evidence ordered destroyed, if in compliance charges may be dismissed in 12 months; disorderly conduct at school, dismissed per,plea. - Christopher Smith, simple possession schedule II con­ trolled substance, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, possession of drug para­ phernalia, deferred prosecu­ tion, 12 months unsupervised probation, 24 hours community service, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, remain of good behavior, not violate any laws, evidence ordered destroyed, if in compliance charges may be dismissed in 12 months. • Rudolph Lynn Smyers J r., assault on a female, dismissed, victim faijed to appear under subpoena. - Kiit Edwin Thomas, un­ lawfully passing emergency vehicle, prayer for judgment continued^ cost; speeding 76 in a 70, dismissed per plea. -,Khiry D. Wharton, speed­ ing 74 in a 45,reduced to 54 in a 45, $25, cost; failure to wear seat belt, dismissed per plea! - Julie Ann Wyatt, no li­ cense^ intoxicated and disrup­ tive, driving left of center, dismissed per plea; DW I, sen­ tenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours commu­ nity service, credit for sub­ stance abuse assessment/follow treatment, surrender driver's li­ cense, not operate vehicle until licensed, $100 DWI fee, $100, cost, $280 attorney fee. - Chai Xiong, DW I, sen­ tenced to 24 months, suspend­ ed 24 months, 30 days active, credit for substance abuse as­ sessment/follow treatment, sur­ render license, not operate ve­ hicle until licensed, $100 DWI fee, $300, cost; failure to main­ tain lane control, dismissed per plea. F ailure to A ppear • Shannon Nicole Hann, DW I,'failure to maintain lane control. - Doruh Lee Patterson, driv­ ing while license revoked. Man Convicted Of Absconding After Moving To Randolph A Mocksville man who was accused of violating his pro­ bation by absconding, among other charges, was in Davie District Cdurt last week. Jake Dee Addington, 28, ended up in jail after officers kicked the door in at the Lake­ wood Motel March 8. Adding­ ton has been in jail since. Wearing the jail's orange jumpsuit, with his legs shack­ led, Addington wanted to tell his side of what happened, and on the stand, he explained. his situation to Judge April C. Wood. Addington said he was falsely accused of stealing a M oped and was kicked out of a residence on Brown Drive, where he had been living. Al­ ready on probation, he left the county and moved to Trinity, in Randolph County, living first with his cousin, and then, as his finances improved, renting his own place. “When work fell off in M arch, I came to the Lakewood M otel. I got here and the war­ rant squad came two hours later. and arrested me,” he said. His probation officer. Brad Anderson, testified Addington would call his office late. at night, leaving 4Iong rambling Addington said he did call Anderson from a pay phone that was an 18 to 20 mile walk from where he was living in Trinity, and left messages for Anderson that he needed his probation transferred to Ran­ dolph County. He said he also left numbers for Anderson to call him back, but that he never did. He missed appointments with Anderson, he said, on Jan. 4 and 18, because he had no transportation. He called his move from his cousin’s house to his rental a “transition," and Assistant DA Karen Biemacki noted he had several transitions, not getting approval from his probation of­ ficer for any of them. Adding­ ton admitted that even though he called Anderson, he never got approval to move. He also admitted to being "strung out on heroin” in the month before he returned to the county. Addington's attorney, Clint Dorman, said, “M y client’s abscond. He says he called (Anderson) and the testimony is he tried. He does admit his violations, but he does not ad­ mit he absconded. He wanted to get up and have his say in court today.” Wood told Addington, “Re­ gardless o f why you left, you didn’t get approval to have your case transferred across county lines. You became an- absconder whether you look at it that way or not.” On two counts o f proba­ tion violation. Wood found Jiim guilty and ordered active sentences of 150 days and two years placed into effect, and ordered him to pay court costs. He was given credit for the 49 days he spent in jail awaiting trial. Although he initially indi­ cated he would plead not guilty to misdemeanor larceny, for taking the Moped\ he changed his mind and pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 120 days with a drug treatment program recommended. Restitution for the Moped, $90738, as well as $180 in court costs and $390 in attorney’s fees, was ordered as position is he didn’t willfully a civil judgment. Fight At Apartment Complex Ends With Court Conviction Red Cross Blood Drives Scheduled In Davie County About 38 percent of the population is eligible to donate blood; however, only three per­ cent actually do. The American Red Cross is encouraging indi­ viduals to join those who have stepped up to help save lives by donating blood or platelets with its spring promotion, “Just 3% do, will you?” The Red Cross Corolinas Blood Services Region pro­ vides blood to patients in 103 hospitals. Approximately 1,600 people need to give blood or platelets each week day to meet hospital demands. Blood can be safely donated Clarification On Day Care Licensing There is a clarification from an article printed last week about standards for day care centers. Airnual licensing inspec­ tions include more than basic health and safety checks. The consultants look for program quality-standards required by state child care rules. For ex­ ample, licensed centers (but not' religious-based centers) are required to provide indoor and outdoor activities appropri­ ate to the age and level of the* children, and all centers are re­ quired to provide nurturing at­ tention to children. every 56 days. Platelets can be given every seven days, up to 24 times a year. Upcoming Blood Drives ' • Cooleemee Elementary, Thursday M ay 9,1:30-6 pjn.; * Mocksville Community at DaWe County Public Library, North M ain Street, Mocksville, Tbesday M ay 21,2-6:30 pjn.; and • Rescue House Church, Wilkesboro Street, Mocksville, Wednesday M ay 29, 2-6:30 p.m. For more information or to schedule an appointment to donate, call (336) 413-3311 or visit redcrossbloodxirg. A fight last year spilled over into the parking lot of an apart­ ment complex, and one man who was injured faced his as­ sailant in district court last week. Lorenzo Debique received a cut to his face that required seven stitches Dec. 2, after an altercation with Deondre Jamal Johnson. Johnson was initially charged with simple assauit.but that was upgraded to assault with a deadly weapon. According to testimony by Debique’s wife, Monique, who was nine months pregnant at the tune of the attack, she, her children, and Lorenzo were watching television around1 7, p jn ., when Johnson knocked on their door at'Rowan Pbinite Apartments. “He. asked for my brother, and when I asked him why he was asking for my brother, he said 'None of your business’.” Monique said after she fol­ lowed Johnson downstairs, he pushed and spit on her and then went into what she thought was his girlfriend’s apartment. She called him back down, and he came downstairs with no shirt on. By that time, Lorenzo was on 'the scene and Johnson ap­ proached him, M onique testi­ fied. “He was so far up in my husband's face I thought they were gonna kiss. My husband pushed him and then he came back and swung on my hus­ band. He came down to fight. AU this was planned," she said. She also said her husband tripped over a rock during the fight and fell to the ground. W hen he got up, Johnson said to him that he had “him leak­ ing,” meaning he had made him bleed. Monique testified first, as Lorenzo was holding their baby, out o f earshot, in the hallway outside the courtroom. After she finished, she took the baby and went out of the court­ room while Lorenzo testified. According to Lorenzo, he never touched Johnson, but recounts Johnson spit on Mo­ nique, and when he swung at Lorenzo, he had some type of blade in his hand. He didn’t feel the cut and didn’t realize until later that it went from under his nose across his cheek and was about an inch deep. He said three times he never touched Johnson. F A R M F R E S H P O R K GtS S fe T g irF A neighbor, Amy Allison, testified from her apartment she couid see everything that happened. “I saw Deondie and my neighbor knock on the Debique’s door, and then words started flying between the woman and Deondre. He literally spit on her. My son and I were standing there, and we looked at each other and said 4Did he really just spit on her?”’ She said when Johnson came back down from his friend's apartment, he “came backdown rpady. tofigh t.”,. She recalls that Johnson , threw the first punch and after he swung at Debique, some­ thing metallic flew out of his hand. 4 Oflicer Ruben Ijames of the M ocksvJle Police Depart­ ment never found that metallic object, even though he went tack and searched the grounds. W hen he answered the 911 call 10 the apartment complex, he saw the men circling each other in the parking lot and Johnson hit Debique,-he testified. The girl whose apartment Johnson went to testified she was not his girlfriend, but her aunt is. She said it was the Debiques who were ready to fight and that Lorenzo hid un­ der the steps and as Johnson descended, Lorenzo ambushed him, kicking him. Johnson did not testify. His attorney, Ed Vogler Jr., made several motions to dis­ miss, but those were denied. He argued Lorenzo could have been cut when he fell and hit the-rock, and that there were at least four versions told of what happened that night. Wendy Terry, assistant DA, said, “If four people went 10 lunch together, they would tell different details about lhiat lunch because they were sit­ ting in different areas. But they would all tell basically the ■ same story. JBveiybody says the defendant struck Mr. D ebique' in the face...It’s not credible to believe he cam e down the stairs to fight a woman who was nine months pregnant. He cam e to­ ward the victim, and the victim' testified he was already bleed- . ing when he fell and hit the’ rock. He (Johnson) went to that house looking fora fight.” She also said due to the na­ ture of the injury, it was obvi­ ous a weapon was used to cause the injury. Wood found Johnson guilty and sentenced him to 75 days, suspended 18 months. He must perform 24 hours community service; pay restitution to Davie County Hospital of $535.23, at­ torney’s fees o f $637JO , and was ordered to have no contact with Lorenzo Debique. Specials o f t h e Week LT- O B S V B K i Jerry & Ondy Foster ( 3 3 6 ) 9 9 8 - 7 1 7 5 C b e e r w i i i e $2 . 2 5 six/pack $9 . 0 0 Case Limit 8 Cases Foster Drag Co. 495 Valley Road * Mocksville * 336-751-2141 www.fosterdrugco.com Regular Hours: M-F 8:30-8 • S at 8:30-4 • Sun 1:30-5 e-U A viiL v u u iN i Y UIYibKrKiM *, K UtUK M , i nursuay, M ay z, i v u "I*#****? &Big S is te r B randy D oub w ith d a u g h te r A lan a a n d Little S is te r C am ero n . v\T s' B eth T h o m p so n lets th e ball roll a t th e Bowl for K ids S a k e su p p o rtin g Big B rothers/B ig S isters. Bowl For Kids Sake Raises $37,000 Big B rothers B ig Sisters Services of Davie County com- Big B rothef D avid C lark’s te a m in clu d es Little B ro th ers piete(j t|,e 2013 Bowl For Kids1 B en a n d B ishop. Sake with a record-breaking m m m m m i i i i S i ! fc*«,*sn£ T h e S ta te E m p lo y ees C redit U nion w ins th e K ing P in for b u s in e s s e s . success. • “W ith all of our business sponsors and the participation of over 350 bowlers, we raised over$37,000,” said Amy Board* wine, director. In its ninth year, Bowl For Kids’ Sake proceeds continue to support programs that have provided mentoring services to hundreds of Davie children. “Millions of children in the United Slates face adversity," Boardwine said. “Children who have positive role models are m ore likely to succeed than those who don’t. "B ig B rothers Big Sisters one-to-one mentoring services are proven to help children overcom e adversity and beat the odds. Tlie nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Broth­ ers Big Sisters holds themselves accountable for m easurable outcomes in children reaching educational success, avoiding risky behaviprs and achieving higher aspirations.” A recent survey completed by Harris Interactive on adults who participated in our program as children, found: • 90% agreed their Big made them feel better about them ­ selves; • 81 % say their Big caused them to change what they thought possible in life; • 77% set higher goals than they would have on their own; - * 42% ennjed a degree from a four-year college. Making a difference is sim­ ple. An hour a week... n shared meal, a word of encouragement- all are small gestures that can make a difference in a child’s life. To Ieam more about oppor­ tunities to get involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters or to sched­ ule a presentation for a church, organization or other group, contact Boardwine at 751-9906 or aboardwin@bbbsnc.org. 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B ack in th e day, C o o le e m e e ch ild re n 's m ain su m m e r m em o ries w e re m a d e a t th e local pool. - P h o to C o u rtesy of C o o le e m e e T extile H eritag e C e n te r A rchive Family Fun Saturday Event To Raise Money For Cooleemee Pool COOLEEMEE • A drive to raise $50,000 over the next year to create Cooleemee Splash & Swim center will kick off on Saturday, May 4 at the annual Family Fun Day from 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. Being held on the Zachary House grounds on Church Street, there will be no charge foradmission.There will be free hotdogs, soda, music by Triad Mobile Entertainment, Zumba dancing for kids, face painting, hair decorating, comholc and horseshoe competitions. “Theonly money you’ll need on Family Fun Day,” says Joey Shore, “is some cash to bid in our silent auction organized by Manika Spry Magallanes. She’s put together an incredible gift selection from local merchants and individuals." Tickets for a Pool 50/50 Cash Raffle are being sold until drawing tinie that day at 12:55 p.m. The event is1 sponsored by the Cooleemee Recreation Department with the food provided and prepared by CooIeemee United Methodist Women. The new pool project will create the only public swim facility in Davie County. The town has applied for a $225,000 grant from the NC Parks & Recreation IYust Fund. If awarded, this amount must be matched dollar for dollar. Last week, the Town teamed that the Margaret C. Woodson Foundation will award $25,000 toward that match. “We are on the edge of our chairs,” says Shore, pool committee member. “The awards will be announced in Raleigh at 10 a m on Friday, May 10. We submitted a strong proposal. For now, we’ll wait and pray.” Shore, along with Recreation Director Sandra Ferrell, hope ' to make a few other pledge announcements at the kick-off. What motivates a small community to take on such an enormous project? “It’s the children,” says elementary school assistant Tammy Lagle. A wife, mother and grandmother, Lagle says that last fall many teachers assigned students to write about their summer. In class after class, essays echoed the same theme: - “I didn't do anything because the pool was closed.” Stan Riddle, founder of Camp M anna, says: “Anytime we invest in kids it returns back to us in ways we will never know.” His camp ministry is a testament to that philosophy. Riddle says he has been driving campers to Yadkinville for swimming in past years. “I’d much rather drive them a mile to Cooleemee.” “This campaign will last almost a year,” says Ferrell. “We are asking everyone in and around Cooleemeeto contribute their fair share. We hope that every church congregation and civic group will help. Streets are being encouraged to pair up and compete against each other by holding special events. There will be.larger- scale community fund raisers like a fish fry, a barbecue, a talent contest, turkey shoots, a golf tournament and cow pie bingo.” Pool committee members are hoping some families will respond to their call for $1,000 and $500 donations. “Families may have to save up money and use a portion of their tax return to make such a gift but the .example it will give their children will be invaluable,” says Ferrell. The names of those contributing $100 or more will appear on outdoor ceramic tiles that will become part of the renovated bath house. Donations are tax-deductible. Checks should be made to the “Town of Cooleemee” with “Pool” in the memo line. The address is PO Box 1080, Cooleemee, NC 27014. Lagle has come up with a way to raise funds at Cooleemee Elementary. With permission from its principal, Karen Stephens, there will be “Blue Jeans Fridays” during which teachers and staff will donate $5 to wear their favorite pair of jeans. Lagle says that will amount to about $350 per Friday. Local children are being enlisted to save their pennies and coins until M arch, 2014. Committee members are confident that its year-long planning efforts, that included field trips to other facilities, show that such a modem splash and swim facility will be'able to stand on its own financially. Committee members include Shore and Ferrell, Don Cover, Lynn Vogler, Chris Branham, John Chandler, Ron Bivins, Manika Magallanes, Hellen Daywalt, Candace Ferrell, Tronia Gibson, KC Smith and Tammy Lagle. “Marketing the new Splash and Swim Center will be key,” says Shore.“We'll be marketing a fabulous, new water park as well as the many amenities Cooleemee already has to offer like RiverPark, local heritage museums and outstanding recreation opportunities like the playground and tennis courts on the Zachary House grounds. Cooleemee is definitely becoming a day trip destination for Davie County." To see a list of silent auction items and keep up with the Pool funds campaign events, go to Facebook pages and search for “Cooleemee Pool” and “Cooleemee NOW." Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center will open the first of two buildings on its West Campus in August with orthopaedic, heart, eye and neurology ser­ vices. The four-story, 60,000 square-foot building, visible from 1-40 on NC 801 in Ber­ muda Run, is named Wake For­ est Baptist Health - Medical Plaza I. The building will con­ tain physician offices, physical therapy, cardiac rehabilitation and a pharmacy. Orthopaedics will be the pri­ mary specialty service offered at West Campus along with cardiology, ophthalmology and neurology. “Our research shows these specialized services are needed by residents in this area,” said Dr. John D. McConnell, chief executive officer, Wake For­ est Baptist Medical Center. “In keeping with our mission to improve health throughout the region, our neighbors will have convenient access to high qual­ ity health care services close to their homes and businesses.” One floor of Medical Plaza I will be devoted to orthopaedics. Wake Forest Baptist physicians will provide diagnostic, thera­ peutic and surgical services for patients with knee, shoulder, hip and hand problems, as well as conditions related to sports medicine and podiatry. “Patients will experience the benefits of a small, high- tech medical center on our West Campus,” said McCon­ nell. “Parking is conveniently located near the buildings and patients will quickly and eas­ ily find their way to offices and services.” For the first time, there will be a Wake Forest Baptist car­ diologist practicing in Davie County. Wake Forcst -Bnptist Medical Center’s heart pro­ gram is nationally ranked and recognized with physicians who provide care for all types of cardiovascular diseases and conditions. ; An ophthalmologist from Wake Forest Baptist will have an office in the building, treat- ' ing eye conditions and offer­ ing diagnostic evaluations and treatments. A Wake Forest Baptist neu­ rologist will see patients in ’ Medical Plaza I, offering treat­ ment for brain conditions and creating a customized medi­ cal plan for each patient. More : physicians will have offices in . Medical Plaza I in the future. Coming in October, Medical . Plaza 2 will open, completing the first phase of West Campus. Medical Plaza 2 is a 101,000 square-foot building providing three services offered at Wake Forest Baptist Health—Davie Hospital in Mocksville. They are emergency services staffed 24/7 by Wake Forest Baptist physicians, outpatient suq>ery and diagnostic imaging. Medi­ cal Plaza 2 will house a full service Iab and diagnostic neu­ rology. Diagnostic services, includ­ ing imaging, lab, cardiology and neurology, as well as phys­ ical therapy and cardiac reha­ bilitation services are available to any patient with a physi­ cian’s order. Once both plazas are open, Wake Forest Baptist expects approximately 175 people will be working on West Campus. “Our commitment of a $100 million investment and these jobs will be a catalyst for con­ tinued economic growth in Da­ vie County,” said McConnell. Beginning in October, Davie Hospital will provide limited services until inpatient beds are developed on West Campus later this decade. Wake Forest Baptist will continue to operate the Medical —Pdv/iion-on-t/S'60ivjn<-Mooic*->»' ville, offering urgentcare, fam -‘ ily medical care and occupa­ tional medicine. For more information, visit http://www.wakehealth.edu/ west'Campus/. 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Hartman, officers responded to Polk’s residence around 2:40 p.m. They met the female victim at a nearby business where she told officers thatherlive-in boy­ friend, Polk, had hit her, spit on her, and choked her 14-year-old son after he jumped in to defend her, Hadman said. “She said she had managed to get the kids into the car and tried to leave but that Mr. Polk beat on the car, blocked her from Polk leaving, then opened the door and began to hit her,” Hartman said. “She said Polk then grabbed her son again and began hitting and biting him.” . Hartman said that officers confirmed the. woman’s son did have bite marks and othermarks on him. , W hen officers questioned Polk he claimed the victim and the children had jum ped on and attacked liim.while he was reading a book in the front yard, accordingIo Hartman'. . Polk-was placed in Davie County Detention in lieu of a $700 secured bond. He'is scheduled to appear in court June 27. Hunter... C ontinued From Page I were issued for Hunter’s arrest, according to Hartman. H unter received a $2,500 unsecured bond and is sched­ uled to appear in Davie District Court on May 30. According to Hartman, the juvenile did not receive any medical treatment. Responding officers noticed no visible signs of injury, although the juvenile was holding ice against her face. R eports on Tuesday that H u n te r’s EEO C claim for wrongful firing was dismissed could not be confirmed. “We at the EEOC are strictly prohibited by law from confirm­ ing or denying the existence of discrim ination charge filings, investigations or administrative resolutions," said Joe Olivares, public affairs specialist with the: EEOC Office of Communica­ tions and Legislative Affairs. “Inform ation-about specific cases only becomes public if and w hen the EEOC files a lawsuit - which is usually a last resort." A civil lawsuit against the town by Hunter, Rick Donathon and Jerry MedIio has riot been resolved. kI I Macy Smith Mattilyn Smith Lashmit Three Arrested On Drug Charges The Narcotics Division of the Davie Sheriff’s Office made three ariests last month in ongo­ ing undercover drug investiga­ tions. Macy Berlyn Sm ith,2 1 ,and M attilyn Grace Smith, 18, of Riddle Circle, Advance, were arrested Wednesday, April 17. Several undercover buys were conducted at the residence by Davie County Sheriff’s Office narcotic officers. M acy Sm ith was charged with two felony counts o f sell I deliver schedule VI controlled substance, two felony counts possession with intent to sell/ deliver schedule VI controlled substance, one felony count o f sell/deliver schedule IV controlled substance, and one felony count o f possession with intent to sell/deliver schedule IV controlled substance. She was placed under a $7,500 bond in the Davie County Jail. 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It took Hursey and Evan Lankford’s tiebreaker triumph at No. 2 doubles. Anything less from any of those War Eagles, and the match would have gone the other way, and Davie’s season would be over. Davie and Reagan tied for second in the regular season, splitting two meet­ ings as Reagan won 5-4 and Davie won 7-2. With two CPC teoms receiving state-playoff berths, a Davie-Reagan playoff was held at West Forsyth. It was an exhilarating, emotional, exhausting and an altogether classic contest. “I about had four different heart attacks,” coach Collin Ferebee said. “They’re a good team. I told their coach afterward it’s sad that we can’t both go to the playoffs. I knew they weren’t going to lay down, and I’m just glad we ended up getting that fifth win.” Davie claimed four of six singles m atches, getting wins from its top four seeds. No. I Scott Gallimore dominated 6-1,6-1 to run his record to 13-3. Lankford had to work much harder than Gallimore, but he won just the same (7-5,6-4) at No. 3 to improve his record to 8-5. The other two Davie wins in singles were stomach-churning matches that went to third-set tiebreakers. At No. 2 singles, Hursey cam e through with a 4-6,6-4(10-6) victory as he improved his season mark to 10-4. "I believe that’s the first time (the Reagan player) has lost to anyone in conference that w asn’t Reynolds,” Ferebee said. “David started off really slow, but then he got some steam. He got a mini-break in the tiebreaker by winning a point on the other guy’s serve. And he just took it from there and rolled with it. The (Reagan) kid doesn’t miss and David was able to moke him miss. And that’s what the difference was.” Dowell, 7-5 on the year, scratched and clawed to pull out a 7-5,6-7 (10-6) decision at No. 4. Please See Tennis - Page B2 D av ie sh o rtsto p M att V ernon ta g s o u t a ru n n e r from R ey n o ld s during D avie’s 6-3 h o m e w in.- P h o to s b y J a m e s B a rrin g e r Baseball Splits With CPC Rival By B rian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record . The Davie baseball team ’s 12-hit attack at home against Reynolds was a welcome sight. But Davie’s three-hit 'output at Reynolds was all Ioo familiar. The entire.Central Piedmont Con­ ference race was n roller-coaster ride. The War Eagles went 5-5, going 4-1 in game one of the weekly series against a CPC rival and going 1-4 in game two. In a competitive sense, the six teams couldn’t be any closer. West Forsyth captured the regular-season title at 8-2, but Davie was good enough to beat West. M t. Tabor finished last at 1-9, but Tabor was good enough to come extremely close to taking two from Davie. North Davidson was second at 6-4. Davie, Reynolds and Reagan tied for third at 5-5. The CPC has four state playoff berths. This week’s CPC Tournament at West Forsyth will determine the third and fourth seeds. “(N orth D avidson coach M ike) Meadows said he thought top to bottom it was the best conference in.the state,” Davie coach Bobby Byerly said. “In any o f those games, give up one three- run inning and you’re in big trouble.” There were a ton of wild and wacky games. Ibke the final night last Friday. West beat North 3-2 in 10 innings, and Reaganbeatlbbor 15-6 in nine innings. "Whoever goes the furthest in the tournament is going to get the three seed,” Byerly said.“So it’s going to be an interesting week.” After struggling mightily against CPC pitching, the W ar Eagles’ bats finally found a groove at home against Reynolds. Nick Boswell, Charlie M uchukot, Garrett Nestor and Luke M artin led Davie, which came in hitting .193 in leagueplay.to 12hits as Davie defeated Reynolds 6-3. “We even made loud outs," Byerly said. “We had a couple good days of practice with the sticks, so. hopefully that’s a good sign that we’re peaking at the right time with the bat." Byerly shook up the lineup, throw­ ing a different order at the wall to see if it would stick. His plan worked. Boswell came in hitting .208. Moved to the cleanup spot, he went 3 for 3 with two doubles and lifted his average to .254. “He had three good at-bats,” he said. “I moved the lineup around to see what - happens." M uchukot has m ade a nam e for him self as.a junior.M oving.from the.*. ; nine hole to leadoff, he went 2 for 3. His eight-game hitting streak has raised his average to 350. Please See Split - Page B5 JVBasebaII Dissects Reynolds The Davie jayvee baseball team dissected Reynolds twice last week to put the bow around a sparkling 15-2 season. Davie went 8*2 in the Central Piedmont Conference to share first with North Davidson. “It was one o f the better jayvee teams I’ve ever seen," coach Aaron Hollifield said. Ryan Harrell pitched seven innings in a 13-0 wipeout on the road. Twirling a three-hitter, he added to his all-around terrific season. “He had not thrown in a while, but he had a great game,” HolIifield said. “He’s been doing so good hitting-wise." Lane Snow homered for the second time this season, and Forrest Barber went 3 for 4. “Forrest has been tearing the ball up lately," Hollifield said. “He hit one that was a seed (down the left-field line). He mashed it and it was about five feet foul." Barber was at shortstop because the regular shortstop, Ryan Harrell, was on the mound. W hen Brandon Lankford went from third to the mound. Barber would play third. It seemed like every time Barber’s number was called this u u o n . iit wouJd grab (be opportuni*y.t~ “Forrest works hard,” his said.' “He never com plains. He gives you HO percent. He’s just an excellent kid. He’s Please See JV s • Page B7 W o r t h N o t i n g . . . W ith Davie’s season down to its last point,D avid H ursey and Evan L ankford rallied to w in, 9-8, in doubles against Reagan, and thus D avie w on 5-4 in the playoff for the second and final playoff berth from the CPC. N ick Boswell went 3 for 3 and Jerem y W alker pitched a 4-hitter as D avie varsity baseball topped Reynolds 6-3. C harlie M uchukot has a nine-gam e hitting streak, and he has hit in 16 o f 19 games. Davie golfer C olby C arter shot 2-over 38 to tie for first at Pine Brook. Philip Kelley had a l*oyer 37 to finish second at Salem Glen. ' M organ H endrix of Davie soft­ ball went 4 for 5 to lead a 13-4 win over Reagan. A bby D aniels, S ar­ ah M yers and AUie F ruits had two hits each. M yers slam m ed a home run in a 15-1 win at Reynolds. L ane Snow drilled his second hom er o f the season and F orrest B arb e r w ent 3 for 4 as Davie JV baseball pounded Reynolds 13-0. M itc h ell M cG ee doubled and tripled as Davie romped 18-1 over Reynolds. Je a n n ie M ullies and L exus B ennett were both 3 for 4 in the D avie JV softball team ’s 12-2 drubbing o f Reagan. E laina B u rr and M adison R id­ dle com bined for all the goals as S. Davie soccer defeated N. Davie 5-3. B urr is N o. I in the county with 13 goals. Z ach H udspeth pitched a 3-hit­ ler for seven innings, and his two- ou t, tw o-run single in the IOth broke a 2-2 tie as S. Davie baseball outlasted N . D avie 6-2 in extra innings. C hris Reynolds pitched three scoreless innings in relief and hit his fifth hom e run. M atthew G lass had a game-high three hits. S o u t h O u t la s t s N o r th In 1 0 By B rian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record North Davlc and South Davie have been going at it on the diamond since 1981, but they m ay not have ever played a game like the one last week .at North. The teams were tied at 2 after seven innings, and the game ventured into the 10th, when South broke loose for four runs as the Tigers pulled out the classic contest 6-2. “I have never heard a crowd as loud as that at a m iddle-school baseball game,” South coach Rob Orrill said. “The atmosphere was great and I’m glad I was apart of that gome.” “This m ight have been the best North-South game ever played,” North coach Greg Brooks said. “Each team made big play after big play. We nfade some really good defensive plays. We just couldn’t get the big hit we needed." In Ellis’home game against Brown it was quickly apparent that EUis was going to breeze to victory. The Jaguars erupted for 10 first-inning runs and ultimately settled for a 16-5 decision. It was huge payback for a bitter Ellis loss. In the first meeting, the Jaguars led 8-4 in the final inning before blowing it 9-8. “The only game they've won all year was us," coach Mike Dinkins said. In the big first, Josh Byrd had two hits and James Boyle mashed a three- run homer. For the gam e, Brandon Horton and Tyler Roberts had three hits each, and Roberts drove in four runs. Visiting Tyro m anhandled North Davie 14-0, handing North its first shutout loss. Ellis won at North Davie when it had barely begun. The Jaguars' first-in- ning ambushes continued as they poured across nine runs in the top of the first and administered a 16-0 shellacking in four innings. Roberts’ three-run triple and Boyle’s two-run double were the big blows in the first. Ellis has jumped all over its last three opponents, scoring nine, 10 and nine runs in the first. North has been victimized twice in that span. Horton went 3 for 3 with five RBIs as Ellis, which has won seven of eight, improved to 8-3. It is a couple plays from being 10-1. Roberts and Jesse Draughn pitched two innings each. Draughn only re­ quired 18 pitches even though it was his mound debut at Ellis. Dinkins said Cody Hendrix was im pressive behind the plate for the second straight game. “He’s tough back there,” he said. Etlis is red hot, but you couldn’t tell it from listening to Dinkins, who has seen just about everything in a career that started in'the 1970s. “There’s no telling .what could hap­ pen when we play three games (this) week,” he said. Cody Josey’s pitching raised eye­ brows as South Davie buried host Led­ ford 11-1. His five-inning,eight-strike­ out performance allowed Onill to save Zach Hudspeth for North. “It was a huge pitching performance for us,” OrriU said. “Cody allowed us to save Zach for the North game. We really needed someone besides Zach to step up and have a big pitching perfor­ mance. He had only pitched a handful of innings for us.” Chris Reynolds (3-4, two RBIs, double) continued his torrid hitting. In the last four games, he has two homers, two doubles and 11 RBIs. South also got offensive contribu­ tions from-Josh Hall (2-3), Josey (1-2, two RBIs, two walks) and Jack Little (1-3, walk). Then came the memorable North- South game in Farmington. Please See 10 - Page B6 IilSlftP T yler R o b e rts p itc h e s for E llis.. A t right, Ellis' p o d y H endrix g o e s h e a d first a s N orth s e c o n d b a s e m a n E v an M arshall ta k e s th e throw . B2 - DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 2,2013 ( K TJ Wllliv 1 Jessica Navarro nails a shot during North Davie’s 4-1 win over Thomasville. Navarro is the No. 2 scorer behind Annie Kinder.- Photos by James Barringer Burr, Riddle Lead South Soccer Past North Elaina Burr scored multiple goals for the fourth consecu­ tive game, and South Davie outlasted host North Davie 5-3 last week. North struck first when Jes­ sica Navarro scored in the 15th minute. “North dominated early in the first half,” South coach Melchor Gamez said. Burr forced a 1-1 tie at the half. She was assisted by Mad­ ison Riddle. Buit opened the second-half scoring, and a Jennifer Ngo- to-Riddle. connection gave (he Tigers a 3-1 cushion. Annie Kinder cut North's deficit to 3-2, but Riddle and Burr had goals that pushed South lead to 5-2. Brooke Summers assisted Riddle's goal, and Riddle had the assist for Burr. Kinder capped the scoring for the Wildcats, who slipped to 4-3-1. “We played veiy well in the second half,” Gamez said. The first meeting ended in a 4-4 tie. The Tigers, 5-I-I with three straight wins, are 2-0-2 in the last four meetings after los­ ing 11 straight to the Wildcats. Burr is No.’ I in the county with 13 goals. Gamez said South wouldn’t be anywhere near 5-1 - I without Riddle. “Madison Is the best skilled player we have,” he said. “She has a great vision and understanding for the game with great anticipation. She does not score much because her job is to feed oilier players like Elaina. This is how soccer works. The best players may not score much. She is the best goal keeper in the conference, but I choose to put her at midficld.” Earlier in the week, Kinder scored twice as North Davie topped visitingThomasville4-l. Brianna McGowan and Navarro had the other goals. “My girls did an excellent job and played with great intensity and aggres­ sion,” coach Lauren Skidmore said. “I’m proud of my team and excited for the tournament coming up (this) week.” Annie Kinder (left) hugs Jessica Navarro after Navarro’s goal. Brianna McGowan looks on. At right, Brianna McGowan (12) com petes for possession. Lewis, Mayhew Lead South Davie Track Team Mary Ellen Lewis of the AshlieCampbell and Sadie Mo- South Davie girls track team ses won the 400 relay as South won the 100 hurdles and 165 finished second as a team, hurdles in a three-team meet at Lauren Long (shot put) and Lexington. Lewis (165 hurdles) had first- Taylor Smith, Chely Peoples, place performances as the Tigers finished second in a three-team meet at North Davie. “The girls have been consis­ tently improving throughout the last month," coach Jane Brooks said. For the South boys, Chris Mayhew won twice (shot put, discus) as South finished second to Ellis in the meet at Lexington. Jacob Endicott won the 110 hurdles. Brandon Hendricks, Hunter Akers, Cameron Player and Broc Barnette won two relays (400,800). In the meet at North Davie, Mayhew (shot put, discus) and Anthony Trigueros (triple jump, 800) were double winners as the Tigers placed second to North. 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More than once they faced a do- or-die point. They forced a tie at 8 and then won the tiebreaker. “Reagan actually had two games where all they had to do was hold serve and they would have won,” Ferebee said. “Da­ vid and Evan were able to break them both times to get it back tied. At one point, we were down to the last point of the season. AU Reagan had to do was win ■ one more point and they would have won the whole match. Da­ vid and Evan were able to force an error.” DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 2,2013 - B3 Girls 2nd In Track Meet Lankford The moment when Hursey and Lankford clinched victory wfi thrilling stuff to say the least. The.War Eagles (10-5 overall) reached double-figure wins for the third straight year and improved to 8-1 all-time against Reagan. “After they won, I fell down on the grass because I didn't know what else to do,” Ferebce said. “I was really worried that these seniors weren’t going to make the playoffs. I really wanted a good season for them. Once they won that point,.! was overjoyed and so proud that they were able to stick together. Hursey play as a team and they’re go­ ing to have one last right in-the playoffs.” Notes: The WarEaglcs didn’t bring much momentum into the showdown with Reagan, placing fourth in the CPC Tournament. Reynolds (42 points), West Forsyth (11) and Reagan (10) finished ahead of Davie (8). Mt. Tabor (3) and North Da­ vidson (0) were fifth and sixth. ... Gallimore won two of three matches to earn a regional berth. Lankford and Hursey placed fourth in doubles to advance to the regional.... The top four in singles and doubles advanced. Anna McBride (3200), Elaina Passero (pole vault), Jorie Sin- eath (triple jump) and Hannah Dove (shot put) had first-place showings as the Davie girls track & field team finished second in a four-team meet last week at West Forsyth. West had 86 points to Davie’s 51.5, Reynolds’ 40.5 and North Davidson’s 15. For the Davie boys, Reid Hecht (800), Caleb Mathis (110 hurdles) and Kenyon Tatum (high jump) were individual winners. Clayton McKenzie, Michael Mebel, Nick Simmons and Hecht claimed the 3200 ‘relay. The team scoring went North 76, West 59.5, Davie 41 and Reynolds 15.5. Davie Golf Team Rises To Second In Conference The Davie golf team, led by Colby Carter and Philip Kelley, placed second in both Central Piedmont Conference meets last week, and it was solidly in second going into the final 18 holes of the conference race. The top three teams earn regional berths. At Pine Brook, Carter tied four others for first with a 2-over 38. Seth Morris, who shot 39, tied for sixth as Mt. Tabor finished at 12-ovcr 156 while Davie was second at 158. Chase Moore’s 40 and Kel- ley’s41 rounded out the scoring for the War Eagles, who left the day two strokes behind sec­ ond-place Tabor in the overall standings. “The race for second and third is very tight with three teams (Tabor, Davie and Rea­ gan) within six strokes,” coach Chris Callison said. Kelley carded a I-over 37, good for second place and one off the pace, to lift Davie to second at Salem Glen. Reynolds won the meet at 9-over 153, and Davic was next at 155. Moore, who tied for third at 38, Will Perkins, who tied for fifth at 39, helped the War Eagles surge past Tabor and into second in the standings. Morris and Michael Fouts had 41s. The team scoring entering the week was Reynolds 927, Davie 944, Tabor 951, Reagan 954, West Forsyth 972 and North Davidson 1,008. The final 18 holes were played April 30 at one of Davie’s home courses, Bermuda Run. “The race for second and third is very tight with three teams within IO strokes,” Cal- lison said. 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Penny Lane Boutique Is “Classy Vintage” Opened since February of this year, Penny Lane Bou­ tique owner, Chris Hambrlck wanted to bring some classy vintage to the Clemmons area. “Paige Moorman, my friend and right hand, started our quest by going destination shopping In Winston-Salem,” she said when I sat down with her last week. “We soon re­ alized the shops we loved did not exist in Clemmons.” As a former Vice President of Marketing, Hambrick had a .vision of all the many classy women In the Clemmons and Advance areas and thought a boutique like this would be welcomed and supported. “This is a great place to find unique gifts for teens and tweens as well as moms,” she mentioned. Jewelry, Candles, Furniture and More Some of the items that you will find in Penny Lane Bou­ tique are: ♦Tote bags, hats and aprons with monogramming avail­ able . • Candles - one particular brand is Rewined. 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Davie broke it open with a three-run third. The key hit was Nestor’s two-nin double. Walker was outstanding again on (he hill, pitching a com­ plete-game four-hitter. Reynolds touched him for three runs in the fifth, cutting Davie’s 5*0 lead to 5-3, but Walker responded by sitting down seven in a row. Walker, who improved to 5-1 with a 2.07 ERA, has four -complete games and 42 of the staff’s 85 strikeouts. - “He had a little hiccup in the fifth,”hesaid."Hewas I7of30 on first-pitch strikes, and in that inning it was the Opposite. But - o th e r th an (h at, h e w a s d e a d a n ." Martin, playing third base, closed the book with flair as DaviedefeatedReynoldsforthe 19th consecutive time. “The game ended on an ESPN play by Martin," he said. “It was down the third-base line. He backhanded it, crossed the line, planted and threw.” Reynolds’ Logan Welch was so sharp on the mound it became evident early that Davie would have little margin for error. And Davie was far from flawless, failing to execute the bunt defense, managing just three hits and losing 6-3 at Reynolds. Welch is a 6-0, 180-pound sophomore who gave up the three hits to Martin, Boswell and. Muchukot, who has hit in 16 of 19 games. "He’s pretty spiffy," ByerIy said. "I don't think we had four hard-hit balls the whole game, I really don’t. He kept us offst- ride. He had three different arm angles. Hats off to him.” Reynolds played small ball to put up three runs in the third. With runners at first and second, Reynolds bunted one in the air between the mound and first. When the dust cleared, all hands were safe. “Everybody merged at the same time and two of them kind of collided and took the feet out from under each other,” he said. When Reynolds put up an­ other three-spot in the fifth, the bunt fueled that rally, too. At that point, Davie was looking up at a 6-0 deficit. ‘They bunted a comebacker and our feet shot out from un­ der us while we were planting to make the throw,” he said. ‘Those two plays were crucial. They got bunts down. They played (Doug) Welch ball • did the little things. They hit it a little and we hit it less. We didn’t make the plays when we needed them and they took advantage.” Boswell took the loss as Reynolds beat Davie for the first time in eight years (2005). Elijah Jones’ stretch at first base allows Davie to get a close out. A Davie win would have given the War Eagles the two seed in the tournament. Tristan Comer and Jared Wolfe worked the final I 2/3 innings. “Like we said before, one bad inning can cost you in this league,” he said. “That’s what happened.” Davic 6» Reynolds 3 Unvie ab Mchukot 3 Bullin'! 3 Beeson Vcmon Boswdl Nestor Jones Walker Arey Maitln Totats rbi bu Reynolds OOO 030 0 Dnvte 013 HO x /20 ♦ Boswell 2. SB • Beeson. Arcy. Davfe IP H RERDB SO Walker 7 4 3 2 Elijah Jones squares to bunt Photos by James Barringe Coach Bobby Byerlygreets Luke Martin after his sparkling game-ending play. Matt Vernon, a senior headed to N.C. State, attacks a pitch. At right, Elijah Jones makes a fine stretch to record an out. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 2,2013 • B5 CO UNTY'S NEWSPAPER — S IIV C E 1 8 9 9 — The OT UWC VKtr irteSw-M ss D A V I E C O U N T V E N T E R P R I / E ^ R E C O R D S in c e 1 8 9 9 a n d th e d ay s o f T h e D a v ie R e c o r d w e h a v e b e e n p ro u d to se rv e as D a v ie C o u n ty ’s n e w s p ro v id e r. O v e r th e p a s t 1 1 3 y e a rs w e h a v e m e rg e d w ith o th e r lo c a l n e w s p a p e rs in c lu d in g th e M o c k s v ille E n t e r p r is e a n d th e C o o le e m e e J o u r n a l to b e c o m e th e p a p e r y o u k n o w as th e D a v ie C o u n ty E n t e r p r is e R e c o r d . 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In this one, Hudspeth’s two-out, two-run single in the IOthbroke a 2-2 tie. “It was a shame that one team had to lose that game,” Orrill said. “Both teams played well. I have a special group of .eighth graders who stepped up’and took ownership of the game.” The early momentum be­ longed to North. Cody Smith’s single plated Jake Bameycastle for a I-O lead in the second. In the third, Evan Marshall’s two- out infield hit allowed Matthew Martin to score. South would fight back. In the fourth, Hudspeth hit ahoom- ing triple to right. He scored on Matthew Glass' hit. In the sixth, South tied it at 2 on Reynolds' fifth homer of the season. Orrill called it a “rainmaker.” "In seven years, I've only seen four hit out of our field,” Brooks said. “It’s 330 all the way around. Elijah Jones hit one out a couple years ago, and I’m pretty sure Ryan Harrell hit two out last year. Reynolds hit one that flew In the trees, and I don’t think he got it all. He’s a heck of a player.” After Hudspeth pitched sev­ en innings of three-hit ball, Reynolds came on in relief. North had Reynolds on the ropes in the eighth and ninth. Both times Reynolds doused bases-Ioaded fires to keep the game tied at 2. North stranded 14 runners from the fourth through the 10th. “We had plenty of chanc­ es,” Brooks said. The Tigers finally broke the deadlock in the 10th, scoring four runs with two outs. With Hall on third, Uttledrew a walk. Brooksdccided to intentionally walk Reynolds to load the bases. Hudspeth came up huge, his single knocking in two runs. It was his second game-win­ ning RBl of the season against North.The floodgates opened as Glass and Josey followed with run-scoring hits. Hall, the South second base­ man,supplied the cherry on top, turning an unassisted 4-3 double play to end the game. “Josh made stellar defensive plays," Orrill said. “The ball was hit up the middle (on the final play). Josh ranged to his right, cnught the ball, stepped on second and threw to first." While Reynolds tossed three scoreless innings to get the win, South got multiple hits from Glass (3-5, double, two RBls), Hudspeth (2-4), Reynolds (2-4) and Josey (2-5). Meanwhile, Brooks got su­ perb pitching from Bameycastle (five innings, one run, one walk, seven strikeouts) and Cameron Fuller (five innings). North’s hits came from Mar­ shall (2-4, double), Barney- castle (1-3, two walks). Smith (1-3, walk), Ben Summers (1- 4, walk) and Daniel Gonzalez (1-5). “I was extremely proud of my guys,” Brooks said. “They played their hearts out and never gave up. We have had a few heartbreaking losses. Unfortu­ nately this just added to it. This was the best team effort we have given all year." South (6-5) has won three of four. North (2-11) has lost five straight. Cameron Fuller takes a big swing for North Davie. y, K* / 71 V / ///A/, // III) X yV y / / / / / / ^ ' A . ^ , . - ■ X w C Q CVA/vA.A / A V ilp tK . y * T r- iVfl. VC-7* X y - 1 Cody Smith, a seventh grader, fires a pitch for North Davie. At right, students gather behind the backstop to watch the Ellis-North game, ,? ’ * i - L f ' i \ tJtv f 7 in f 'H f it , 7 4t Softball Eases To Three Wins The Central Piedmont Con: ference regular season was feast or famine for the Davie softball team. TheWarEagIes wentO-feragamstthe l-2teams. North Davidson and West For­ syth. But they went 6-0 against the bottom three (Reagan, Mt. Tabor and Reynolds). As a result, Davie, with a 6-4 league mark, finished third in the regular season, the eighth straight year it finished second or third. At 10-9 overall, it is bidding for its first winning season since 2010. “The girls are upbeat right now," coach Darby Beck said. “They’re not playing bad at all. There’s still room for improve­ ment, but all the way around we’re playing pretty good.” Morgan Hendrix went 4 for 5 with two RBIs to lead the as­ sault in a 13-4 win over visiting Reagan. Abby Daniels, Sarah Myers and Aliie Fruits had two hits each as Davie outhit Reagan 15-5. Elizabeth Holland had a triple. Caroline Miller, Kristina Parrish, Brooke Bali and Ashton Brown had one hit each. “Morgan is feeling it right now,” Beck said. “She’s 7 for 9 with six or seven stolen bases in the last two games. She has really turned it on. She’s batting over .500 In conference, and she’s batting .490 for the whole year.” Myers got the win while going all sevem Beck said his defense is better as a whole when Myers steps in the circle. “When we put Caroline at third and Abby in left, that makes our defense solid.” Hendrix (3-4, three steals), Parrish (3-4), Myers (2-2, triple) and Holland (2-2, three RBls, double) led the way as Davie pounded host Mt. Tabor 11-1. Fruits and Ball added doubles as Davie outhit Tabor 15-2. After Myers gave up a run over three innings, Julie Gough made her varsity debut in the ' circle. She did a very good job, giving up no hits and no walks in three spotless innings. Myers went 4 for 4 with a home run and four RBIs as vis­ iting Davie battered Reynolds 15-1. Ball (2-2, two RBls), Parrish (2-3), Hendrix (2-4, two RBls) and Miller (2-4) had good days as Davie piled up 15 hits. In the circle, Myers (three innings, one hit, one run) and Gough (two innings, no hits, no runs) combined on a five-inning one-hitter. U p c o m in g G a m e s Wednesday, May I CPC Baseball Tournament at West Forsyth CPC SoflbaII Tournament at Rich Park CPC track championships at Mt. Tabor at 3 Ellis baseball at home vs. Oak Grove at 4:30 Mid-South Conference SoccerToumament at N. Davie Middle school girls conference track meet at Lexington Thursday, May 2 CPC Baseball Tournament at West Forsyth CPC Softball Tournament at Rich Park Davie varsity soccer at North Davidson at 6 Ellis baseball at home vs. Tyro at 4:30 Mid-South Conference Soccer Tournament at N. Davie Middle school boys conference track meet at N. Davie South Davie baseball at home vs. Oak Grove nt 4:30 Monday, May 6 Middle school baseball conference tournament Tbcsday, May 7 Middle school baseball conference tournament Wednesday, May 8 Middle school baseball conference tournament Briefs & Dates JV Softball Team Goes Out Strong DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. Mny 2, 2(113 -117 M e n ’s O p e n L e a g u e B a s k e tb a ll @ th e B r o c k Barnette 88 - Isaac Rose 36 Cozart 100 - Michael Key 31 Hatzoft 102 - Mario Hawkins 41 The Association 79 - Ziliar Banks 26 DC Boys 83 - Durant Coles 22 Cobra Kai 94 - Brandon Cook 25 Cozarts 77 - Nate Jones 23 The Association 74 - Zeke Banks 21 Hatzoff 74 - Avery Patterson 20 DC Boys 70 - Antonio McClelland 33 Cobra Kai 85 - Wesley Hsu 28 Barnette 74 - Isaac Rose 37 The Association 57 - Rome Davis 25 Barnette Heating & Air 71 - Isaac Rose 25 The Davie jayvee softball team ended a tough conference season on a good note, routing Reagan (12-2) and Mt. Tabor (16-0) in the final games of the season. In the home game against Reagan, Jeannie Mullies and Lexus Bennett both went 3 for 4 and combined for five RBls. Five players went 2 for 4, including Lindsey Custer, Ka- sey Potts, Kasady Turner, Kayla Peak and Brianna Brewer, as Davie outhit the Raiders 17-5. "Everyone did their jobs and played to win,” coach Dawn Lowery said. “We came alive a little later than I had hoped (fifth Cobra Kai 82 - Harrison Whit 33 Hatzoff 84 - Mario Hawkins 33 DC Boys 68 Cozarts 97 - Nate Jones 43 to get better. We had a lot of girls that played out of position and they did very well. They were always willing to do what­ ever we. asked. That’s always a plus from a coach’s standpoint.” Looking ahead to next year, Lowery added: “We have a lot of work to do in the offseason Standings for regular season to be ready for the next level. HatZOff 8 2 CobraKai 7 .3 Barnette 6 4 Cozarts 5 5 DC Boys 3 7 The Assoc. 1 9 Some of these players will be moving on to the varsity level, which we all know is a different beast. The entire coaching staff plans on putting a lot of time and work in this offseason to get us ready for next year. We’ve got to have dedicated players that are willing to work to get us Alumni Football Game June I Davie will play an alumni football game at West Rowan on June I at 7 p.m.(it was originally scheduled for May 11). The game date was changed because May 11 conflicted with .college graduations . The Davie alumni football team will sell tickets at Junker’s Mill on May 4. Half the proceeds from pre-sell tickets will benefit Davie High. TYi-Cafs Baseball Camp TheTri-Cats Baseball Camp will be held June24-27 from 9:30 a.m.-noon at Rich Park. The camp is forages 6-15. The cost is $75. Davie baseball coach Bobby Byerly is the camp director. N, Davic Booster Club GolfToornament The North Davie Athletic Booster Club Golf Tournament will be held May 11 at Pudding Ridge, with a shotgun start at 2.pm. This will be a captain’s choice. The cost is $65 per player. Lunch and registration will be at noon. For more infonnation, contact inning), but I am still pleased' where we want to be next year.” with the win.” Starter Julie Gough pitched one-hit, scoreless ball for 4 2IS innings. Courtney Cornatzer recorded the final four outs. “We have been working on our consistency, both offensive­ ly and defensively, all season,” Lowery said. “I think we have come a long way, but we still have a lot of work to do.” T o u rn a m e n tsta rts 5 /1 /1 3 DeJah Joyner singled and tripled at Tabor. Custer, Sydney White, Turner, Peak, Allison Carter and Katie Bolmer added hits as Davie outhit the Spartans 8-2. Comatzer handled the pitch- HEY, SAflY, WANMA BUM AVYAY WfTH ME? PONT PO IT. HE USED T n D Deanaat 336-998-5555 or email Pattyatptiemey610@gmail.com. ing, going all three innings. The War Eagles finished 10-5 overall and 4-4 in the Central Piedmont Conference. Lowery is 37-12 in three years. “This was a great group of girls to coach,” she said. "They listen well and are always trying Church, Open Softball To Begin In May Signups for the church and open softball leagues have begun. Both leagues will start the week of May 6. To register a team, con­ tact Mike Gamer of the Mocksville-Davie Recreation Department at 751-2325. JuniorTennisLeagueSignups The Mocksville-Davie Parks and Recreation Department is tak­ ing registration for its Jr. Tennis League for rising seventh-eighth gmdeis and ninth-12th graders. The cost is $15. Bripg two cans of balls. The league is scheduled to start May 30. The deadline to register is May 24. Forms are.available at the rec department. Coll 753-6740. Sertoma Speech & Hearing GoIfTournament ; The seventh-annual Sertoma Speech and Hearing Golf Tour- ;nament will be May IO at Oak Valley Golf Club. The format will gotten playing time here and ;be captain’s choice, and cash prizes will be awarded to first-, there, and he’s had a great !second- and third-place teams. Lunch will be provided at noon. ;The tee time will be I pin. with a shotgun start. The cost: $65 per !entrant or $260 per team. For more information, contact Bill Clapp !at 336-765-4721. ‘Collins Wins Award At Brevard College • Mocksville’s William Collins,a freshman at Brevard, received •the Coach’s Award in men’s basketball. J V s . . . Continued From Page BI year. From start to finish ,he’s beej} one of the most solid kids for me.” The rematch at Rich Park was a bigger blowout, with r THlMk I’D RATHER SE GORED. V R WArTER, THIS DOESN'T TA5TE RIGHT. ARE YOU SURE IT'S TOILET WATER? Award winners were recognized at a campus-wide honors and Mitchell McGee hitting a •awards luncheon at the annual athletics awards ceremony. !Soccer Teams Lose To Tabor, Reynolds ! The Davie varsity soccer team, winless in the conference, lost !4-1 at Mt. Tabor and 5-0 at home to Reynolds. I Brooke Hedgspeth scored against Tabor with 11 minutes left. I TheDaviejayvee lost 5-1 toTaborand8-l to Reynolds. 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Locks of Love is. a public non-profit organization that provides hairpieces to finan­ cially disadvantaged children under age 21 suffering from long-term medical hair loss Cheyenne Daniel, 11, donated Participants in the Locks of Love hair drive held last week at Davie High show their new hairstyles after they made their donations. 14 inches to Locks of Love. Photos by Robin Snow ml W 3 from any diagnosis. ‘‘I don’t have a backstory re­ ally,” Rowe says. “I just picked the number 10 when I was younger after I had my hair cut the ,first time for Locks of Love and said I was going to cut my hair that number of times.” Rowe is well on her way. This is her fourth donation to Locks of Love and she recently organized a hair drive at Davie High and got an impressive turn out. Fellow students and others -4Came by the m ulti-purpose room last Friday to get their tresses trimmed. A total of 20 haircuts were u._ . . . . _ . . -------------------------------------- done by the three volunteer ( * 8 9 fres^man Bnanna Thomas prepares for her haircut. (Right) Thomas after her trim with organizer Christi Rowe. stylists from area salons in the As Rowe helps package the three hour time frame the drive cut ponytails and label them took place. for shipping she shows little Each donor had a minimum apprehension or worry about of an eight inch ponytail cut cutting her hair, for donation, but others gave “I don’t need it,” she smiles, even more. “And it’s for a good cause.” Stylists (left to right) Jessica Smith and Heather Hicks of Gemini Salon gressive Image volunteered their time at Rowe's hair drive. Rachel Potts of Pro- (Above) Laura Kinder, a junior at Davie High, holds up her Locks of Love donation while stylist Rachel Potts watches. (Right) Styl ists discuss cuts with donors at the hair drive last week A few of the participants in the recent Locks of Love hair drive held at Davie High School show their before pics. *-------:--------------------------- :-----------------—rf-------: }--------------------:----- C2 - DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 2,2013 M W C M e m b e r s P a in t O n S ilk The Mocksville W oman's Club recently went to the Sugar Valley Airport where local fiber artist Joanna White greeted them upon arrival and refreshments ■ were served. After viewing creations by White and hearing about the techniques of silk painting, each member got to try their hand at it and experience the gentle flow of the brush against the silk as the dyes formed patterns by being absorbed into the silk. This w as an opportunity to see another specialty area of artistic medium. 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There is a tending meeting^ at NAMI monthly board meeting on Ihe Rowan in 2009 at the recom- first Tuesday at 7 p m at the mendation of a friend. At that Highland Presbyterian Church time Davie County did not in Winston-Salem, open to any- have a NAMI affiliate. one having an interest in Ieam- “It was also at that time that ing more about mental illness another Davie resident, Julie and ways to become involved. ' Whittaker, and I became ac- Louise Whealton is president, quainted. Julie had been and More information about still remains a dedicated men- NAMI can be found on the tal health advocate. She shares website naini.org. knowledge and ideas from the For more information about perspective of a family mem- . meetings and classes contact ber. Smith at connect2glenda© “In 2011 Julie and I ap- gmail.com, Whittaker at miss- proached NAMI Forsyth about julie@mocksville.com, or expanding their affiliate to in- Wheahon at iwhealton@gmail. elude Davie County. Eveniu- com. 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Anderson, Gene Harris, C.W. Foster, Duffy Daniel, Mickel Barnette, John Alexander, Gaii Hauser, Carol Wagner, Jim Gregory. G w e n S m i t h T o L e a d D a v i e P r e g n a n c y C a r e C e n t e r E v e n t Gwen Smith, co-founder of Girlfnends in God, will be the guest speaker and worship leader1 as the Davie Pregnancy Care Center hosts its Ilth an­ nual banquet on Thursday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Blaise Bap­ tist Church Family Life Center in Mocksville. . Smith’s heart is to encour­ age others to think big thoughts about God, pointing to His S u d o k u 1 2 3 4 5 4 6 7 1 6 2 4 5 8 2 7 6 5 1 9 I 4 7 5 3 6 8 9 truth and grace. She is a song­ writer, “Broken Into Beauti­ ful,” author, “Trusting God,” a wife and mother. She describes herself as “a car-pooling, cof­ fee-craving, dark chocolate lover who struggles like many with dirty dishes, messy piles, mountains of laundry, compli­ cated relationships and cellu­ lite." Leam more at gwensmith. net. The evening’s events are free. For more information, to reserve a seat, host a table or sponsor the banquet, call 753- 4673 or Gwen Jones at 940- 2591. W e N e e d F o r e v e r H o m e s Bruno (right) is neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with " dogs. He is an energetic young (estimated DOB 8/28/12) neutered male boxer/ hound mix, arrived at the Humane Sooiety of Oavie PetAdoption Center after be­ ing dropped at the animal control shelter. He is so happy that it's hard to get clear photos. He is playful, he loves people, and he's good with other dogs. Zorro (left) is neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs. Zorro is a friendly adult (estimated'DOB ,11/27/11) neutered malG shsphard/lab : mix, who arrived' at the adoption' 'cerrteFafterbefrig"dropped at the sfiefteK About1 70 pounds, he is great with other dogs and loves people. He's too friendly to be a watchdog. 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I will be making a group pic- ture at the pool of all the kids; so make sure you come out for this fun event. May 10 is Friday Night Out and baked potato and a salad bar will be served. Looking for a good time outside enjoying the warmer weather. It starts at 5:30. The Grimes Parker Invic- tus 5K Run was Saturday and it was a great success. We had 158 runner registrations and 35 walkers. The morning started out cool but the lower tem­ peratures didn’t stop those who wanted to run. The Cooleemee Fire Depart­ ment had its American flag fly­ ing high at the starting line. The overall winner was Greg Dean with a time of 19.41. Overall second place for men was Aaron Prevette, and overall third place for men was Patrick Coffey. Overall first place for wom­ en was 21.15. Overall second place for women was Kristen Prevette, and overall third place was Andrea Mojica. Top finishes for age groups were: Male 5-15: Brooks Johnson, Adam Moreno and Bryceson Cozart. Female 5-15: Desiree Johnson, Annalise Walterman and Dayanna Neely. Male 16-29: iyier Manning and. Gregory Kennedy. Fe­ male 16-29: LaurenPorkerand Lindsay Pfaff. Male 30-34: Matt Carlson and Willie Cozart. Female 30- 34: Erica Bost and Courtney Seese. Male 45-54: Richard Ellis "and David Kennedy. ,Female 45-54; Lee Jarvis and Shirley West. Please See Coolccmce - Page C5 j&cJAjT] liis& sSfeil And yes, running Is a fun sport. Walkers go under the huge American flag from the Cooleemee Fire Department as they help raise money to send children to basketball camp this summer. Iunners take off at the Grimes Parker Invictus 5K Saturday on the streets of CooIeemee I1JfiS., '--.S a i;' Greg Dean (above) and Lucia Eflis (right) are the winners. =Iunners from the William Ft. Davie Elementary “Making A Difference” team cross male and female overall :he finish line. C o u n t y L i n e DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 2,2013 • C5 By ShIrIcy Thorne County Line Correspondent The clouds and rain came in County Line this past week­ end, but that did not dampen the spirits of residents.' The Salem folks appreciate greatly the many who supported their Saturday breakfast. This week­ end we have some more good eating events plus fun activi­ ties and a school reunion on the community agenda Begin your weekend with a delicious and relaxing break­ fast with the V-Point Ruritans from 6-10 a.m. Saturday, May 4 at the V-Point Building on Old Mocksvillc Road about .3 mile from NC 901. The break­ fast buffet will include fried country . ham and sausage, scrambled eggs, grits, commeal mush, baked apples, red-eye gravy, sausage gravy, sawmill gravy, biscuits, and drink for a donation. All proceeds benefit the club's community projects. The Cool Spring High School Alumni Association will hold its 59th annual meet­ ing Saturday in the gymnasium of the Cool Spring Elementary School. The doors open at 5 p.m. for greeting and social­ izing with friends and fellow alumni; dinner will begin at 6. AU graduates, former students, former and present faculty and staff, and spouses are invited. Special recognition will be given to the classes of '43, '53. and '63. The oldest alumnus at­ tending, the alumnus traveling the greatest distance, and the class with the most members attending will be recognized. Doorprizes will be given away. The United Methodist Men of Salem will meet at 7:30 a.m. Sunday, May 5 in the fellow­ ship hall. The group invites others to join them for break­ fast and prayer. Be sure to end your week­ end in County Line with the fun-filled family event Sunday afternoon sponsored by Clarks- buiy United Methodist Church. Bring the family and enjoy the fun activities and good eating. Monday, May 6 is the third meeting of the 6-8 week Bible study sponsored by Clarksbury UMC on Monday nights in the fellowship hall. The topic was changed from "Honest Ques­ tions Women Ask" to "The Book of John." The group meets at 6:30 and is led by Pas­ tor Mandy Jones. Call 704-546- 2473. The United Methodist Wom­ en of Salem will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 8, in the fel­ lowship hall and invite others. Upcoming community events include the Harmony High School Alumni Associa­ tion annual meeting Saturday, May 11, in the Harmony El­ ementary cafeteria; revival at Society Baptist May 12-15; re­ vival at Pleasant View Baptist May 13-15; and^ church-wide yard sale sponsored by the Cal­ vary Baptist Women on Mis­ sions from 7 a.m.-noon Satur­ day, May 18. Our community extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Jessie Ann Sharpe Gaither, who died April 20 at Gordon Hospice House in Statesville after an extended illness. She was bom in 1935 in Iredell County to Tiny Vic­ toria Sharpe and was reared by an aunt,. Elizabeth Lebby. SUc attended Piney Grove Elemen­ tary School and graduated from Unity High School. She then made her home in Queens, N.Y. and worked at Kings County Hospital. Upon retirement 1She returned to Iredell and made her home on Tabor Road in Olin. A service celebrating her life was held this past Saturday afternoon at Piney Grove AME Zion Church, where she had at­ tended in her youth and upon her retirement. She was laid to rest in the church cemetery. We send gel-well wishes to Linda Call, Carol McMahon, Tommie Ross, and Michael Sexton. Linda suffered a serious stroke and has been in intensive care at Forsyth Medical Center; Linda's husband David Call is a reliable and considerate postal B I If I Clarksbury UMC i-jtiiii IdiMl Clarksbury United Methodist Church is having a community-wide Family Day Pic­ nic from 3-6 p.m., Sunday, May 5, on the church grounds. There will be a hotdog supper with all the trimmings plus activities will include fun on inflatables and bingo and other games for the family. The Clarksbury Praise Band will provide music. Ann Cline, Alice Waugh, and the church family invite everyone. carrier for many residents in the Davie area of County Line, Carol broke her ankle last Sun­ day morning and has been hos­ pitalized at Iredell Memorial. Tommie Ross broke her pelvis and is in rehab at Maple Leaf Center in Statesville. Michael is recuperating from a lung transplant. Docker Harris con­ tinues to improve but remains at Iredell Memorial Hospital. Chink Campbell continues to improve but remains in rehab at the Brian Center of Statesville. JuniorThonte continues to im­ prove but remains in the special care center of Forsyth Medical .Center. Clay Cave is now recu­ perating at home. Join us in prayer for the Lord's divine healing and bless­ ings upon Linda, Carol, Tom­ mie, Michael, Docker, Chink, Junior, Clay, and others who are having health problems. Pray for the Lord's blessing upon the family of Jessie as they adjust to life without her. For news and memories to share, please call Shirley on 492-5115 or email sdtlinkQho- mail.com. Ii <3* * These young runners at the Grimes Parker Inviotus learn that it can be exhilarating, tiring and sometimes rougn 10 pin ihe number on your own shirt. C o o l e e m e e . . . Continued From Page C4 Male 55+: Dana Triplett. Fe­ male 55+: Melissa Smith. Coordinator for the William ' R. Davie group was Gretchen •w I Brooks Johnson does his best. Walterman. “Everyone was very nice and patient with us. We had lots of fun. It wasn’t too crowded and we were hap­ py to be able to support Davie County.” William R. Davie had 97 students to register from age kindergarten to 5th grade. Girls on The Run had participated in a much larger event before but for most this was a first time experience. Many thanks go to the vol­ unteers, those who . donated items like apples, and water and everyone else who helped make this event possible. The kids of Cooleemee truly benefit from this event in June when they get to attend, a weeklong basketball camp. Grimes Park­ er and Clement Fleming do an outstanding job each year orga­ nizing a camp that provides 6 hours,5 days of week of coach­ ing, technique, team building, basics of the game, courtesy, respect, control, tenacity, self respect and more. One little girl recently said it all. Recognizing her from past years I asked her if she was go­ ing to be at Ihe camp this year. She said with a smile, “Yes. It’s the best thing I like about my summer. I may not be the best player and may not ever play on a team, but I love it so much.” Feel free to contact me at www.cooleemeetiews®gmai!. com or call meat 336.250.1133, I would love to hear from you. ‘'/ciuJ Completing a 5K race is some- Kristen Prevette stretches her muscles after completing the race on Saturday thing to smile about. morning. Bobcat, aerator, core plugger . & piore for rent today! • Hwy 601.S..-Mocksville. 1336] 751-2304 STEVE !JAMES CARPET CLEANING D I S C O V E R T H E B E A U T Y O F Y O U R C A R P E T ! Residential & Commercial FREE ESTIMATES Carpet & Upholstery Steam Cleaning A A A A A A H Deodorizing & Soil Guard (33$) 4 « /4 a£ t} 4 !) Water Extraction Service Locally owned & operated SERVING DAVIE COUNTY AND SURROUNDING AREAS L'6 - UAVlK CUUfS l Y KINTKKPKISK KECOKL), lhuisday, May 2,2011 S h e f f k l d - C a l a h a l n By Brenda Bailey S he ffi e I d-Calahaln Correspondent Birthday wishes go to those celebrating this week: Jimmy Bailey, Alexis Jordan, Nathan South, Elaine Beauchamp and Candice Foster on May 2; Frieda Dyson and Travis Dy­ son on May 3; Bridgette Evans and Estelle Reeves on May 4; Rev. Carroll Jordan on May 5; Dakota Waller on May 6; Ruby Bailey, Joannah Pierce and CarlDyson onMay.7;and Seann Lengyel and Kara Eliza­ beth Butler on May 8. If you would like an anniversary or birthday posted in this section, please do not hesitate to call or email me. Th® Spring Open House at Poplar Springs School is Satur­ day from I0-a.rn.-2 p.m. Poplar Springs School is on Ijames Church Road between US 601 North and Sheffield Road. Lo­ cal craftsmen will have some unique crafts, and re-purpc>sed and vintage items for sale. A portion of proceeds will go back to the school for pro­ grams. Everyone is invited to come see all the new items for sale, have a glass of lemonade, sit on the porch and enjoy the springtime at Poplar Springs. It’s time to sign up for camp at Poplar Springs. There are three comps scheduled this summer: June 24-27, July 8-11 and July 22-25. The cost per week Monday-Thursday is $70 for the first child and’$60 for each additional child jn the family. Camp hours are 9:3.0 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Camp is open to all children entering first grade and older. Each camper is asked to bring a bag lunch. An afternoon snack will be provided. For more informa­ tion, call Vauda at 492-5277 .or check out Poplar Springs School on Facebook. The next Game Night at the Sheffield-Calahaln Com­ munity Center and Recreation Area will be held Friday, May 10. Doors open at 6 for conces­ sions and bingo begins at 7. The center is at 174 TUrkeyfoot Road. Hope idseeyou'there. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Sheffield-Calahaln VFD will sponsor a country ham and sausage breakfast on Saturday, May 11 from 6-10 a.m. at the fire department for Paul Beck. The department is at 435 Dy­ son Road. Donations will be accepted. AU proceeds from this fundraiser will go to help - with his medical expenses. Paul has always been an active . and well respected member of the Sheffield community. Paul has served the fire department for almost 40 years. We look forward to seeing you on the 11th. Your support is greatly appreciated. The Sheffield-Calahaln VFD meetings are held each Monday night at the station at 7. The North Iredell Training FaciIityAnnual Mud Bogg was S T iiw S W -' r ' > L * -S-Tv “ Timothy Campbell maneuvers his way through the North Iredell Training Grounds Mtid Bog. held Saturday. Many members of our local fire department were working concessions, parking, - pits, etc. Timothy Campbell proudly participated with a truck that was the proj­ ect of he and his dad, Clayton Campbell. We are proud of those who gave of their time and talent for this worthy and fun event. Senior Bible Study at Liber-: ty Wesleyan Church is held the second Tuesday of each month at IO ajn. Evetyone is invited. Hotdog Saturday at New Union got off to a great start. The Men and Women’s Fel­ lowship thanks everyone for coming out and supporting their fundraiser. The next is scheduled for Saturday, May 25. The Women’s Fellowship of New Union will sponsor a Stanley Home Products fun­ draiser. June 4 at 7 p.m. in the fellowship hall. If you can’t at­ tend but are interested in pur­ chasing products, please give me a call at 751-7567. Kid’s Night will be held Wednesday, May 8 from 6-7:30 at New Union. This is an evening of activities (pup­ pets, movies, crafts, music, etc.), Bible-teachings and fel­ lowship. H opetbseealotofj children on the 8th. ' The Christian Motorcyclists Annual Run for the Son fun­ draiser will be held Saturday, May 4. Anyone wishing to con­ tribute to this worthwhile cause may contact Chris or Karen Price at 492-7977. AU money will be used for CMA minis­ tries: Open Doors, the Jesus film project, aiding mission­ aries with transportation; and many other mission projects. Prayer list requests are for Lizzie Reeves, Hazel Smoot, Leslie Rainey, Salem Melzger holding Griffin Metzger and Pastor Steve Rainey enjoy Hotdog Saturday. • ‘ Brian Harris, Taylor Slye and David Kimmer enjoy New Union’s hotdog Saturday, as does Roger Wooten and his daughter (background.) Joann Ratledge, Eloise Ste­ phens, Janice Beck, Pat Gob­ ble, Madeline Lapish1 Melody Wagner, Ray Wagner, Tenny­ son Anderson, Tom Wright, Rose Wright, Joyce Carter, Lincoln Dyson, Marty Looka- bill, Johnny Walker, Robin White, Doug White, Diane Shoffner, Jean Reavis, Ray Livengood, Cheryl Richard­ son, Pat Moore, J.W: Keaton, Don Leonard, Dale Abernathy, Estelle Reeves, Dan Hampton, Bill Shoffner, Tommy Cloer, Tommy Malboeuf1 Melvin Allred, G.H. Goforth, Elsie Simmons, Linda Goforth, Louise - Livengood, Joyce Beck, Donnie Livengood, Tom Bumgarner, Robert Fergu­ son, Ray Cleaiy1 Betty Lanier, Paul.Beck, Roger Anderson, Ernestine Tabor, Bob -McDan-. iel, Steve Sadler, Harold and Ena Johnsorf, Sonny Carter,. Jerry Cope, Polly Lomax, Judy Kiger, Bill Bailey, Mike Lamb and Carolyn Jordan. Our sin­ cere condolences to the Sarah Boyter family. As your correspondent, I need your help to make this a column of interest. If you have memories of Sheffield, please contact me. Please submit items no later than 9 a.m. on Mondays. Contact me at brf• .com, 751-7567. . . . . T , . . -- —,Addison Taylor, on grandmother Renee Vandall’s lap, enjoys her first hotdog event. Pat Reilly and Cora Lee and Edward Gaither catch up on community news. hServing hotdogs are Larry Dyson, David Kimmer, Al Sutphin and Jimmy Bailey (folks) while folks wait their turn in line (right). I --.A- ......... Members of. the Civil Air Patrol escort Boy Scouts from the plane after O A V 1C. C U U lV I X C.IV I f iM 'lU S L R C .C U IW , I IlU TM iay1 IViuy 4 , i V t J • v. I * J k iir; F a r m i n s t o n Scouts make paper gliders to learn the principles of flight. Dy Laura Mathis Farmington Correspondent More than 250 Boy Scouts and leaders from the Rowan District of the Central North Carolina Council held an avia­ tion camporce at Sugar Valley AirportApriI 19-21. • The focus was for the scouts Io complete requirements for an aviation merit badge. Stations were set up around the airport for each participant for learn­ ing about airplane instruments, prcfiighting an airplane, build­ ing a model airplane, learning about careers in aviation and working with a simulator. For 173 scouts, the main event was a free airplane ride provided by volunteers from Chapter 1083 of the Experi­ mental Aircraft Association in Salisbury. The most common comment heard after the flights was: “It was awesome. ‘ It was a perfect day for flying with visibility unlimited. On Friday night the lake at Sugar Valley was used as a backdrop for an Order of the Arrow Tap Out ceremony. The Order of the Arrow was found­ ed by Dr. E. Umer Goodman and Carroll A. Edson in 1915 at the Treasure Island Camp of the Philadelphia Council, Boy Scouts of America. It became an official program experiment in 1922 and was approved as part of the Scouting program in 1934. In 1998, the Orderof the Arrow became recognized as Scouting's National' Honor Society when it expanded its reach beyond camping to in­ clude broader service to Scout­ ing and the community. The ceremony is where boys are recognized for being elected by their peers to become ordeal members. On Saturday night at the air- sT 2615 US Highway 158MocksvHle, NC Call in your order 336-940-2519 Open 7:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday - W ednesday Thursday - Saturday 7:00 am to 9:00 om NEW HOURS Our Daily Specials for week of May 5th Breakfast - - ■ • Lunch ClosedSunday M onday Eggs Benedict Mile High Turkey Sand Chicken & Dumplings T uesday Blueberry Pancakes Grilled/Fried Shrimp Salad Chicken Fried Steak W ednesday-Chicken Biscuit Wing M adness .55 cent/ea. Bourbon PorkRibs Thursday Friday Saturday G arden Omelet W hoIeW heat Minimum 6 wings Tuna Melt, fries, drink Michael'receives his log book and certificate after a Young Eagle flight. Students learn about airplane instruments in the classroom at Sugar Valley Airport, port’s Friendship Fire Circle cadets participated in African drumming and were enter­ tained by a live band.The night ended with a traditional flag ceremony. Sugar Valley Airport pro­ vided the venue for the event without charge. The Farmington Farmers Market will open on Saturday, May 11. There is still plenty of vendor space available so if you are interested in selling at the market this season and have not yet registered, you may • email at /amingtoncc@gmail. com or call 998-2912. Allyson Sawtelle, member of the FCA board of directors and cyclist, has started up weekly bike ride on Tuesdays at 6 pjn.. Riders meet at the.Farmington ■ Community Center and enjoy cycling through the Farmington area. The ride is open to anyone who would like to participate. If you need more information,. call the community center at 998-2912. The Winston-Salem Dog Training Club will host an AKC Agility Trials competition at the community center May 3-5. They will begin in the morn­ ings and run until around 5 p jn. The event is open to the public so if you love to see dogs in ac­ tion, stop by and watch. When you get tired of sitting, take a hike on the new nature trail, lo­ cated near the North entrance. Dinner Chipotle Chicken Breast Pancakes . - . .;i., Chocolate Chlp1Orll . 2-hptdogs, fries drink- '*• Pecan Pancakes Salt & Pepper Catfish M arinatedBeefTips Tl-'*'- w r I '-I-1 ’r.iW'Tl < n l > ! * ' - j I*-',Prime Rlb or Never- Ending- PastaBowI Bring'us In this ad and get 5% off your total order. (Must have new spaper ad no copies) Every Thursday we oive 5% of our proceeds to Special Olvmolca Davle C ounty Dav. So com e on In and let’s helo them out together. You’ll be Qlad vou did ■ The Palozzolo Family Thanks’ you for your patronage jj.o H T .A A > A d v a n c e POWER ASSOCIATION M o c k s v i l l e 1NC By Editb Zimmerman Advance CoiTespondent Advance First Baptist Church had quite an eventful week. Prior to the "Lay Re­ newal Weekend," prayer ser­ vices were held in. homes of the members of the congrega­ tion. A 24 hour prayer vigil was Thursday-Friday at the church. On Friday night, April 26 there was a small dinner in the fel­ lowship hall. Saturday morn­ ing coffee was at a member's home followed by dinner at the church. The evening service consisted of a learning session and a special worship program. This learning session contin­ ued in the Sunday School and the worship service on Sunday morning. Lay people came F o u r C o r n e r s from places in the area to give talks on spiritual growth and enrichment to strengthen the ministry and encourage the congregation to bond together. The United Methodist Youth will have a car wash on Satur­ day, May 4 from 9 ajn.-noon. On Sunday, May 5 there will be a Missional Network meeting at the church at 2 p.m. Garman and Juanita Dale of Texas and Morganton met with Anna Lee Myers, Cathy and Rommie Barney, Marcia Gos- hom and Dale Myers for lunch Monday at Pete’s in Clem­ mons. .’Juanita and Gorman brought birthday gifts to Anna Lee since they had missed her 91st birthday on April 10. Rick and Leila DeLucia re- By Marie White cards, and food as I recover at FourComers Correspondent home. I am doing well. Bettie Smith returned home I would like to thank every- after visiting her daughter, Pa- one for their prayers, phone tritia Hamm at Carolina Beach, calls, hospital and home visits, Glenda Sapp visited Mt. and Mrs. Joe White. turned to their home in Hickory Hill from a three-week visit to their home in Rockledgc, Fla., going especially to celebrate Rick DeLucia Jr.’s birthday, who also lives in Rockledge. Visitors of Edith Zimmerman last week were Adeta Rescigno on Friday and Lucy Barney on Sunday afternoon. We express sympathy to the family of Mary Myers Wil­ liams. She died this week and was the widow of the late El­ gin Williams of the Bixby community. Harmony VFD Sponsoring BBQ This Saturday The Harmony Volunteer Fire Department, 3351 Harmony Hwy. (NC 901) will hold a pork and chicken barbecue fundrais­ er beginning at 11 am. Satur­ day, May 4, dine in or take out. Pork or chicken plates will be $7, a pound of pork $7, barbecue sandwiches $3 and chicken sandwiches $5. For information, call 704- 546-2300. jjpHT aatjv , County-Wide Y A R D S A L E POWER ASSOCIATION c U ld m o c k s v i l l e NC Q fljJp ^ p M E E T Friday, May 24th & Saturday, May 25 th, 2013 M o c k s v i l l e , N C M asonic Picnic G rounds 201 Poplar S treet G ates Open at 12 Noon on Friday and 7 AM Saturday Until... 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Sarah was bom Aug. 5, . 1993 in Winston-Salem to the late Gina Watson Carter and William Andrew Boyter III of Mocksville. Sarah attended Davie County Schools and due to her inability to attend school her senior year, she earned her high school diploma from Da­ vidson County Community College. She was a member of Coolecmee Church of God. She loved Jesus, spending time With family and friends, Elvis and his music, vacations in the mountains and the beach. Sarah loved life and when able, enjoyed it to the fullest. She hqd a huge heart with an endless capacity to love and never met a stranger. In addition to her mother, Sarah was preceded in death by pa­ ternal grandparents, William A. Boyter Jr. and Becky Cook. In addition to her daddy, surviving: her sister, Lauren Boyter Lashmit and husband Mike of Mocksville; step-mother Barbara Boyter, step-father Chris'Carter; maternal grandparents Jim and Peggy Watson of Mocksville, Uncle Greg and Aunt Renee Wat­ son; Aunt Wonda and Uncle Gary Goforth; Uncle Chuck and Aunt Sondra Boyter; cousins, Victoria and Salem Watson, Andi Boger, Heather Riddle; Caleb and Alyssa Boyter; special family friend, Angela Mitchem; her cats Amour and Mija; numerous extended family members; her Lake flyers family; and hundreds of friends. A funeral service was held at 2 p.m. Monday, April 29 at Hay- worth-Miller Kinderton Chapel with Pastor Alan Miller officiat­ ing. Burial followed in Westlawn Gardens of Memory. The fam­ ily received friends Sunday evening at the funeral home. Memorials: Brenner Children’s Hospital, Medical Center Blvd., Winston-Salem, 27157; or The MakeAWish Foundation, 212 S. TYyon St., Suite 1080, Charlotte, 28281. Online condolences: wwwJiayyvorth-miUerxoin. Free Classifieds ; . G e t th e d e ta ils i 1-877-751-2120 SEPARATION? DIVORCE? *No office visit required for simple divorce* Ross Ketner Attorney at Law Family Law since 1996 Advance, NC 336-813-1173 rossketner@gmail.com G a l l i h e r F a r m u c M o c k s v i l l e , N C Z 0 1 3 C S A S h a r e s S till A v a ila b le l o c a l l y G r o w n C e r t i n e d O r g a n i c F r u i t s a U e g e t a b l e s S ervic es o ffe re d : P a s tu r e R a is e d 9 CSA U m m u u u C m a a D e liv e ry & & C h ic k e n Comeseeus UilsSaturdayatthe Philiip A. Beauchamp Mt. Phillip Anderson Beau­ champ, 76, of Spillman Road, Mocksville, died Friday, April 26, 2013, at Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem. He was bom on Jan. 5,1937, iii Davie County to the late John Anderson and Alberta Nola Seats Beauchamp. He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and had attended Yadkin Valley Baptist ChuTch in Advance. Mr. Beauchamp was a licensed pi­ lot and a gencralcontractor. Survivors: 4 children, Anna Beauchamp, Tony Beauchamp (Vickie), Jacob Beauchamp (Sharon), all of Mocksville and Josiah Beauchamp of Advance; and a granddaughter, Sydney Beauchamp. A funeral service was con­ ducted • at 2 p.m., Monday, April 29 at Yadkin Valley Bap­ tist Church with the Revs. Will Pryor and Ronnie Craddock of­ ficiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery with military rites conducted by the VFW Memorial Honor Guard. The family received friends at the church one hour prior to the service. Memorials: Yadkin Valley Baptist, 1324 Yadkin Valley -Road, Advance, 27006; ALS Assoc., 4 N. Blount St., 2nd floor, Raleigh, 27601; or Har­ vest Baptist Fellowship, PO Box 2145, Advance. Online condolences: wviv. eatonfimeralservice.com. -r Virginia C. Broadway Virginia Cook Broadwdy, 84, of Broadway Road, Mocks­ ville, died on Friday, April 26, 2013, at her home. Bom in Davie County on May 23, 1928, she was the daughter of the talc Sol Cook and Connie Burton Cook. She had worked in the textile in­ dustry at Erwin Mills and was a member of Edgewood Baptist Church. Her husband of 67 years, Roy Baxter Broadway, preceded her in death on Nov, 15,2012. She was also preceded in death by 3 brothers. Ransom, Johnny, and Oscar Cook, and a sister, Elsie Beck. Survivors: 3 sons, Ronald (Mary) Broadway, Kenneth Broadway, and Doug (MariIee) Broadway, all of Mocksville; 4 grandchildren, Julie Broad­ way (Michael) Byrd, Kelly Broadway (Eddie) Kluttz, Lee Broadway,and Adam Broad­ way; 3 great-grandchildren, Micah Kluttz, Cassidy Kluttz, and Alex Byrd. A celebration of life service was held Sunday, April 28 at 2:30 p.m. in Ihe Davie Funeral Service Chapel with the Rev. Frank Blankenship officiating. Burial was on Tuesday, April 30 at the Salisbury National Cemetery. Honorary pallbear­ ers were Jimmie Harwood, Robert Cook, Michael Byrd, Eddie Kluttz, Lee Broadway, and Adam Broadway. The fam­ ily received friends on Sunday, April 28 at the funeral home. Memorials: Edgewood Bap­ tist, 7483 NC 801 S., Mocks­ ville. Online condolences: ini'W. (JavieJ1W Leralservtcc .com. Leroy Jackson Byerly Mr. Leroy Jackson Byerly, 86, died Saturday, April 27, 2013 at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Mr. Byerly was bom March 18, 1927, to Joseph Fred and Sina Fishel Byerly. Mr. Byerly was a retired machinist from Dakota MtUs and a member of Reeds Baptist Church where he served as deacon, Sunday School superintendent and treasurer. He enjoyed farming, fixing everything, and joking. He never met a stranger, He was married to Carrie Morphis Byerly for 55 years who pre­ ceded him in death, along with a son Charles Leroy Byerly. Survivors: 2 daughters, Car­ ol Mycrs (Evan) of Winston- Salem and Cathy Byerly of Mocksville; 2 grandchildren, Alisa Myers Henderson (Mike) and Charles Myers, 2 great­ grandchildren, Brian and Caro­ line Henderson, all of Winston- Salem; and a special friend; Marilyn HiU of Clemmons. A celebration of his life was held on Tuesday, April 30 at Reeds Baptist Church at 4 p.m. by the Rev. Keith Edwards and burial followed in the church cemetery. The family received friends Monday night at David- .son Funeral Home. Memorials: Hospice of Da­ vidson, 200 Hospice Way, Lex­ ington, 27292. Jimmy Gray Keaton Jr. Jimmy Gray Kenton Jr., 38, of Hampton, Ga., formerly of Mocksville, died on Tuesday, April 23,2013. Born in Iredell County on Sept. 6, 1974, he was the son of Jimmy Gray Keaton Sr. and Elizabeth Faye Troutman Keaton. Before becoming dis­ abled he had worked at Unifi and attended Wyo Bible Meth­ odist Church. Also surviving: a sister, Pa­ mela Faye Keaton; 2 uncles, Tim Keaton and Carl Ray Ke­ aton; 4 aunts, Kay Keaton, Faye (Ed) Flynn, Linda (Buck) Hanes and Susie (Bob) Chris­ tie; a cousin, Teresa (Billy) Nance; several other cousins. A celebration of his life was held Saturday, April 27 at 2 p.m. in the Davie Funeral Ser­ vice Chapel with the Rev. Da­ vid Stetler officiating. Burial followed in the Bear Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. The family received friends on Sat­ urday at the funeral home. Online condolences: tvinv. davicfimeratservice.com. James Henry Campbell James Henry "Baby Jim” Campbell of Mocksville died on April 26,2013. He was bom in Forsyth County on Feb. 6, 1928 to * the late Lee Alden and Pearl Gilmer Campbell. He attend­ ed school at Double Springs and Old Carver High School in Forsyth County. After high school, -he pursued his dream of becoming a dry wall installer and home builder. Later, he be­ came a contractor and \yorked in the building and carpentry business for many years. He built two of his own homes, of which he was proud. He was also employed by RJ. Reyn­ olds Tobacco Co,, from which he retired.' Mr. Campbell was a friendly man who never met a stranger. He enjoyed living a simple, comfortable life. He was proud of his children and grandchildren and enjoyed tell­ ing stories about them to ev­ eryone. He was a member -of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, where he attended as long as his health permitted, and was a member of the Assisi Bunch. He was also preceded. in death by 2 brothers, a sister, Anna Shore; and a son, James Edward Campbell. Survivors: his wife, Loretta McMillan Campbell of the ’ home; 4 sons, Curtis Campbell of Denton, Henry M. (Yvette) Campbell of Jonesville, Ron­ ald (Lisa) Campbell of Kem- ersville, and William (Aileen) Lynch of Winston-Salem; 3 daughters, TahnyqiBowsef and Stefanf L. Jarrett of Winston- * Salem, and Patricia Hairston of Raleigh; 17 grandchildren, two of whom he raised from infan­ cy, Dr. Iyam (Olivia) Lynch and Ishum(Emily)wIken Lynch; 13 great-grandchildren; a sister-in- law, Connie Campbell of Ad­ vance; several nieces, nephews, and other relatives. His funeral service was held Tuesday, April 30 at 11:30 a.m. at St. Francis of Assisi in Mocksville. Burial followed in Rose Cemetery. Tlte family re­ ceived friends at the church 30 minutes before the service. Online condolences: wmv, GrahamFtmeralHome Jtef. Mary Myers Williams Mrs. Mary Myers Williams, 86, of Advance died Monday, April 29,2013 at Forsyth Med­ ical Center. Mrs. Williams was bom in Davie County on March 25, 1927 to William Lincoln and Lille Hepler Myers. She was a member of Trinity Baptist Church in Mocksville. Mrs. Williams was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Elgin V. Williams; a daughter, Kathy Parnell; and a brother, W.E. Myers. Survivors: 2 daughters, Mar­ tha Gail Long and husband * Doug, and Wanda Evonne Hil- boum and husband Jerry, alt of Advance; 4 grandchildren; and 7 great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be con­ ducted at 2 p.m. Friday, May 3 at Trinity Baptist Church with the Pastor Darrell Cox officiat­ ing. Burial will follow at Davie Baptist Church. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Trinity Bap­ tist Church. Memorials: Trinity Baptist, 2722 US 601 S., Mocksville. Online condolences: Wmv. haywonU-miUer.com. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 2,2013 - CV Music & Eats At Community Community Baptist Churchy Gladstone Road, will have music and eats on Saturday, May 4 starting at4:30 pan. AU are welcome. New Bethel Plans Gospel Fest New Bethel Baptist Church, 3727 US 601 S., will celebrate its annual Gospel Fest singing program on Sunday, May 5 at 3 p.m. Groups, choirs and praise teams are welcome. The Rev. William S. Cowan is the host pastor. Tb Ieam more, call 284-2990. Blaise MOPS Selling Chicken Meals Friday At Lunch, Dinner Blaise Baptist MOPS group will hold a Port-A-Kt chicken din­ ner fundraiser Friday, May 3 from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. The meals are $8.50 per plate and include half chicken, barbecue slaw,, baked beans, roll and dessert. Take out meals may be picked up at Blaise from 11-7 or special lunch delivery is available. Proceeds will go to benefit the Mothers of Preschoolers wom­ en’s ministry. For more information, contact Kim Angell at 414- 3598. N a t i o n a l D a y o f P r a y e r S e r v i c e T h u r s d a y E v e n i n g A t M a c e d o n i a Macedonia Moravian Church is hosting a National Day of Prayer Service on Thursday, May 2 at 7 p.m., co-sponsored by The Good Shepherd Church and Cornerstone Church. Visitors are welcome to this special time of prayer for the nation, it leaders and people. Macedonia is at 700 NC 801 N., Advance. If you have any ques­ tions or need further information, call the church at 998-4394. C o r n a tz e r U M C P la n s H o m e c o m in g , R e v iv a l The Illth annual Homecoming Sunday and Revival is planned for Sunday, May 5 at Comatzer United Methodist Church begin­ ning with the 11 ajn. service. A covered-dish meal will be served after the service. Revival will begin that evening at 7 and continue on May 6 and 7. This year’s guest speaker will be the Rev. Jack Luther. Comatzer is at 1244 Cornatzer Road, Mocksville. Visit wmv. cornatzerumcrcom or call 998-0687. 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Zentangle is an easy-to-leam, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns, Almost anyone can use it to create images. It increases focus and creativity, and provides ar­ tistic satisfaction along with an increased sense of personal well being. The ZentangIe method is enjoyed all over this world across a wide range of skills, interests and ages. “I discovered Zentangles in' a serendipitious way, after hearing the name repeated in a number of settings, I decided to check it out and try my hand at creating beautiful images. It was fun and relaxing and discovered that these amazing detailed images could be created just one stroke This Zentangle on batik silk scarf is created by Joanna at a time,” White said. White. “As a fiber artist I searched for ways to incorporate Zcntan- gle designs in my wearable art. I ’start drawing the designs with, soy wax on silk and Ihen painting the' spaces with fine French dyes. The scarves and soon-to-be jackets turned out beautifully.' It was a marriage of graphic design with my hand- painted silk art,” she said. To see more of her work, visit www.fiber-visions.com. To Ieam more about Zentangles and the founders, Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts, go to umw. zentangles.com. Joanna White wears one of her own silk creations. She wiil lead a Zentangle class at the Davie County Public Library on May 11. S u p p o r t C h i l d r e n S u n d a y Brandon’s Buddies 4th an­ nual celebration and fundraiser will be Sunday, May 5 from 2^4 p.m. at the Center United Methodist Church Family Life Center, 1857 US 64 W., Mocks- ville (just west of 1-40). • Admission is free, and dona­ tions will be accepted to pro­ vide a stuffed animal buddy for children battling cancer and to provide financial assistance to their families. : There will be a dessert and candy social, kids' crafts, a si­ lent auction and the debut of the 2013 stuffed animal. Silent auction items include golf at Bermuda Run Country Club, a private guided tour of the NC Zoo, a Starbucks gift basket, a Winslon-Salem Dash prize pack and many more. Come by and make a bid - you do not have to be present to win. To learn more, visit wivu\ brandonsfoundation .org, D a n c e S h o w c a s e S a t u r d a y The Fred Astaire Dance Stu­ dio will present its semi-annual showcase titled "Once Upon A Time” at the Brock Perform­ ing Arts Center on North Main Street in MocksviIIe on Satur­ day, May 4 at 7 p.m. Visitors are welcome for the night of ballroom, latin and show dancing. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Call 336-766-9233 for further information. n : SsiS*!: ? . J i t l T h e s e d a y s , p e o p l e c a n ’t s t o p t a l k i n g ' a b o u t h e a l t h c a r e . W e c a n ’t s t o p l i s t e n i n g ' . It’s sim ple, you know people b etter w hen you spend tim e together. 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Books were closed and the classrooms abandoned as every­ one boarded the buses and headed for the ballfield where they watched the Dash play the Lynchburg Hillcats. “I'm very proud of all our students because they had to earn the oppor­ tunity to go to the'ball game. It was great to see them enjoy the game. The weather was perfect, the students were well-behaved, and the staff at the ball field were wonderful. It was a great day,” said ComatzerAssistant Principal Justin Marckel. E Shannon Niland, Ashley Lipscomb and Chaylen Dendy are ready to catch a ball.Bryson Parker and Kevin Morgan are ready to watch the game. to # ;:'* # Jacob Terpenning, Jay Ntland and Michael Galliher get ready for the game. Cornatzer Principal Dr. Cinde Rinn, enjoys the gam e with third graders. Dash mascot, Bolt, welcomes Garty Jaycocks, Zy'mier Lewis and Zeb Chapman to the ballpark. iff: :;"f# N o r t h D a v i e J u n i o r B e t a C a n D r i v e A S u c c e s s The North Davie Junior Beta Club sponsored a canned food drive for Storehouse for Jesus April 15-19. Students who contributed could, receive a pass for free lunch seating, a free hat day, and be entered in a drawing for $25. The winner of the $25 was Krystyna Johnson. Pictured are Beta officers: Jay Davis, secretary; Claire Myers, treasurer; Jessie Beck, vice president; and George Haire, president. D2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 2,2013 D a v i e S c h o o l s Shady Grove GIemeDtary Second graders have spent two weeks at the Davie Fam­ ily YMCA learning pool safety and swimming. They worked on rescue techniques in and out of the water as well as boating skills. Learning basic swimming skills was a favorite with floating, basic strokes and jumping off of the side of the pool. Students had classroom activities where a Y employee showed them videos about safety and gave them quiz­ zes on what they had learned. They stressed showing their . best character traits when away from school. Students have been learning about plane shapes and solid figures in math. They learned to identify shapes with the fol­ lowing attributes: angles, sides, vertices, edges, faces. There were fun learning activities in each classroom using Play-Doh games and art projects using the new knowledge. In social studies students have been learning about the environment and the effect that humans have on their environ­ ment. They discussed ways in which they can preserve it for future generations. i They have been working on comparing and contrasting in math and reading, comparing one story to another uisirig pri­ mary and secondary sources. / In honor of . national poetry month, /they have been writing and reading types of poems. I ‘ Spanish / kindergarten stu­ dents learned about farm ani­ mals, food arid family. First graders ■ learned about farm animals; family and clothing, second and third graders com­ pleted a. unit, on family, with portraits m'.second grade and ,family trees in third and are beginning a unit on clothing. Fourth and fifth grades did a research project on the flags of countries that speak Spanish, and are beginning work on the sounds of the Spanish alphabet. r'Art-classes. incorporate lit­ eracy by reading a.book, Stu­ dents are also .introduced to an arf masteir p they begin a hew project.' Y r : Kindergarten art students are creating water lily paintings’ in the style'of-Monet; using paint and paper. In first grade, students read the story “Verdi” about a 6punky little snake, and created their own little snakes and grass. Second graders read a story called “Giraffes Can’t Dance” and created some crazy giraffes in mixed media, which are dancing up and down the hallways. Third graders are learning about Native American weav­ ing, and completed a proj­ ect with burlap weaving us- . ing yam, beads and feathers. Fourth graders learned about the tragic life of the prolific Vincent Van Gogh, and created landscapes in the style of his paintings of cypress trees with pastels and watercolor. Fifth grade classes (plus one fourth grade class) are creating a mu­ ral of birds, working in teams, which they hope will be a col­ laborative display for the Arts Smart Festival. Fifth graders were able to meet new friends at the annual 5th Grade Fun Day in Mocks* ville. Students were placed in groups of 10-11 students from all of the elementary schools. They participated in field day events such as hockey, 3-legged races, hexball, relays and soccer kick. At the end the student's had a tug of war tournament. They met students who will be going to their new middle schools next year. Preschool students enjoyed a field trip oh April 29 to Pat­ terson Farm in Mount Ulla. Students watched a puppet show, dressed up in costumes to show the growing sequence of the Strawberty plant, fed farm animals, went on a wagon ride, and enjoyed a picnic lunch followed by a fun time on the playground. Due to a colder than usual March , the strawber­ ries were not ready for picking, so they were rewarded with strawberry ice cream.' Students are coming to the end of Letterland exploration. The last letter to meet is Yel­ low Yo-Yo Man and then they will meet all of the VoWel men. They will end the school year with a review of the alphabet by reading books featuring each letter. Pincbrook Elementary Mrs. Harpe’s kindergarten class read the book The Veo1 Himgry Caterpillar and stuffed a hungry caterpillar for the kin­ dergarten hallway. Students read the book and discussed the sequence of the food items that the hungry caterpillar ate in the book. As a follow up activity for recall, the students discov­ ered the four parts of the life cycle of the butterfly - egg, cat­ erpillar, pupa, and adult butter­ fly. In math, students are con­ tinuing to review solid shapes (cylinder, cone, sphere, cube) as well as flat shapes (square, .circle, triangle, rectangle). ■ Mrs. Hendrix and Mrs. Redd’s first grade class has been learning all about taking care of the earth. The children learned about reducing, reusing, and recycling as well as conserving natural resources such as water. The class enjoyed hearing the story of The Lorax by Dr. Se- ■uss.They then had die opportu­ nity to write how they can'care for the earth. They made their own earth creations using green and blue paint pnd,xnorbles,. Mrs-SpadeiSclassieanied all about natural resources and how they can conserve them. They read, viewed* and wrote what it means to reduce, reuse, and recycle and shared why it is important for everyone to do their part. The class is work­ ing on during its part by us­ ing reusable water bottles and containers, making sure they turn the water and lights off, and recycle. In math, students are learning how to partition circles, squares, and rectangles into halves, thirds and fourths. Mrs. Orsillo’s third grade class researched space top­ ics. Each student is doing a report about their own topic. Researchers are using ency­ clopedias, reference books and websites to gather the informa­ tion for their graphic organizer. Topics include the planets, the sun, our moon, asteroids, com­ ets, astronomers, astronauts, spacecraft, and exploration. Fifth grade students are con­ tinuing to study poetry. Ms. Walker’s and Mrs. Shelton’s students are creating a large poetry portfolio. In math, stu­ dents are working with geom­ etry. Students took* a trip to North Davie to prepare for next year. Students met their future teachers. Many fifth grade girls have been preparing for a Fam­ ily Fit 5k with the Girls on the Run team. The' girls washed cars to raise money to assist the Mocksville Woman’s Club. The money collected will be You a r e a lw a y s w e lc o m e a t F ir s t U n ite d M e th o d ist C h u rc h 3 1 0 N o r t h M a in S tr e e t H is t o r ic D o w n to w n M o c k sv iU e Contemporaiy Worship 8:45 a.m. Traditional Worship 10:55 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 9:50 a.m. w w w .fir s tiu n c m o c k s v iU e .o r g T e le p h o n e : 7 5 1 -2 5 0 3 used to help support a local dia­ per drive. Cornatzcr Glementary Kindergarten students learned about all kinds of weather, and how it influences where they live, how they live, what they do and what they eat. They celebrated the beginning of spring and talked about how unpredictable the weather can be at this time. Kindergaxtners went on a field trip to Lazy 5 Ranch where they saw, petted and fed . many of the exotic animals. They rode on a wagon pulled by horses stopping occasion­ ally to let the animals come up and eat food out of their hands. - They took that knowl­ edge of the animals from Lazy 5 Ranch and started zoo animal group research projects. Stu­ dents gathered research from books, magazines, and inter­ net resources accessed through computers and iPads. They will present findings at an end of the year picnic. Students had the opportunity to choose an animal to conduct independent research projects. The students have been learning about habi­ tats and ecosystems, especially ponds. Spirit Week included a trip to a Winston-Salem Dash game. Students will visit to Tweetsie Railroad to see all the Letter- Ianid characters. In the Letter- land program, students have been working with short vowel word families and blends such as “S” blends, “L" blends, and “R” blends. In maththeyhave been focused on adding and subtracting numbers 0-10. The children must be able to add arid subtract 0-5 automatically. Cougars of the Week: Na­ dia Rankin, Kyleigh Smith, Charlie Beam, Jonathan Mar-' iche-Flores, Ishmael Williams, Deapna La-Rose, Hunter Jam. Coolccmce Elementary ' Second graders completed a study, of weather by designing a ,,diorama, representing their , favorite type of weather Theif v they wrote a story explain­ ing why they like that weather condition. Students wrote a cinquain poem about weather, using some of the descriptive words they learned from read­ ing “Wild Weather, The Cloud Book” and other weather relat­ ed books. In math, students used pattern blocks and geoboards to learn how to partition shapes into halves, thirds, and fourths. As a reward for memorizing number facts, students earned a pizza party. The toppings added to the pizza depended on the number of addition and sub­ traction facts students learned. To begin a study of sound, stu­ dents used an AIMS activity to' try to distinguish sounds items make, such as rice, cotton balls, marbles, and thread. They fo­ cused on learning about sound waves, volume, pitch, and parts of an ear. This unit will culmi­ nate with a trip to SciWorks in Winston Salem. Mrs. O’Neal’s fourth grad­ ers finished reading the book, Lawn Boy, based on economic principles and shows how a 12-year-old boy becomes an entrepreneur. As an end of the book project, they completed RAFT (Role, Audience, For­ mat, Topic) projects. Students wrote either a jingle, a press release about the closing of Duane's Lawn Service, a per­ sonal note thanking the compa­ ny, a diary entty from the point of view of blades of grass, or a talk show about entrepre­ neurship hosted by Oprah. On Wednesday, Mrs. O’Neal made videos of each group’s project. Fifth graders met with the rest of the fifth graders in the county for a fun-filled field day, playing games and meeting new friends. Students were honored for their third quarter accomplish­ ments and motivated by Cap­ tain Jim during his magic show to finish the year. W- William R. Davie kindergarten students have been learning about jobs of people In the community. Amanda Barnette, Mattie's mom, took shares with Mrs. Evans’ class about her job as a dental hygienist. . Students received u baby tree to hopefully be planted in honor of Artior Day. They were taughfaboiit the uses that trees have and learned fun facts about their own small tree.. They will visit South Davie Middle SchooI this week. William R. Dnvte Glemcntary At the PTO Pirate Day, fourth graders read plays and wrote poems about pirates. They enjoyed Pirate Jim’s mag-, ic show. He used lots of music, doves, students and other props to guarantee the student were attentive. They are studying the human body in science and geometry in math. Students are reading novels in small groups. Mrs. Souther and Mrs. McKnight’s second grade stu­ dents have been writing their autobiographies and learning about the steps a writer goes through to publish a book. Stu­ dents will illustrate their books and practice reading them to each other. They have been reading “Pirates Past Noon” and studying all things pirate. In matii’,'they have been work­ ing on.skip counting ahd:How that relates to multiplication. Students practiced measuring skills by computing distances between pirate locations during math. They wrote stories tell­ ing what they would do if they found a treasure chest. Mocksville Glcmentary Students of the Week: Joshua Orrill, Annie Benton, Jaylene Rivera, Angie DeJesus-Lon- geres, Kez Stockton, Deanna Montoya, Peyton Green, Adam Poindexter, Zariah Maddox, Sydney Dirks, Andrew Law, Silas Fuller, Faith Robeson, Reagan Estep, Baily Smith, Edgar Jaimes-Ramos, Cynthia Hemandez, Bailey Holland, Abigail Brown. Mrs. Doub’s second grade class is studying the life cycle of ladybugs, ants and frogs. The class is working in math with measurement. Students practiced measuring all kinds of objects in the classroom and at home with inches, feet, yards, centimeters and meters. The stoiy of the week is called “Horace, Morris, but Mostly Dolores.” Three. friends Ieam the importance of getting along and working out problems in­ stead of getting upset with oth­ ers. The class is working to prepare for a Mother’s Day Tea program. Students are rehears­ ing songs and preparing special gifts for their mothers. Kindergarten students learned about Earth Day. They were excited about being an earth hero. They learned that to be an earth hero, one would need to reduce, recycle, reuse, pick up litter, as well as work to keep the land .(air and wa­ ter too) clean. Tliey are more., aware of how to care for the earth and make it a better place. They discovered that they can’ plant trees or other plants to help the earth. Miss Hendrix’s and Mrs. Helm’s class planted seeds and they are watching to see when the seeds will grow into plants. In Letterland, the children learned about “r" blends - words that have “r” as the second letter like “br,” “cr,” “dr,” “fr,” “gr,” “pr" ahd “tr.” Thechildren wereable to read any word teachers threw at them with on V ’ blend and all of the words with an "s" br “I” blend they learned about last week. In math students have been reviewing old kindergar­ ten skills and introducing a few first grade skilts for the oncfc who were ready for a challenge. Kindergarten students had two days of international day. They learned about the coun­ try their classroom teacher se­ lected and were able to attend a Skype session with Mr. Gobble, who was in Egypt. The children learned about the time differ­ ence, the foods, clothing, and more. Afterwards Mr. Gobble’s wife and older daughter shared some items from Egypt with the children. The kinders were able to touch real money from Egypt and view artifacts. There wjere some magnets available for the children to view. On the magnets, there were pictures of fish. The fish on the magnets were fish that could be found in the Red Sen. Tlte students were eager to ask questions about Egypt. The children then visited the classrooms repre­ senting places from around the world. The students “visited” Japan, South America, Spain. Australia, and Sodth Africa. Each place had its”owh adven­ ture and' the students received a stamp in their “passports.” Students were interested in the craft projects they were able to make and take with them. William R. Davie Elementary SMILE students, from left: front - Emily Reynolds, Abby Boger, Victoria Gray; back - Peyton Davidson, Ethan Hedrick, Kaden Cas­ tle, Austin McClure. Cooleemee Elementary Star Students for the week of April 22: Eileen Catala Blake Hartsell, Sarah Waller, Ashlyn Chavis, Elizabeth McGowan, Johnatht Moore. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 2,2013 - D3 i ! The William R. Davie gym is full of pirates as Capt. Jim comes to promote reading. C a p t . J i m L e a d s W R D P i r a t e L i t e r a c y N i g h t Captain Jim came to William R. Davie Elementary School to kick oiT Pirate Literacy Night. Students loved his magic show and motivational discus­ sion of the importance of re­ ceiving an education and, most importantly, reading. Many stu­ dents were* able to help with the magic tricks. Students attended Pirate Lit­ eracy Night and participated in a variety of presentations. Some read stories, some sang pirate songs, some participated in Reader’s Theater, and some participated in other activities. Mrs. Julie from the Davie County Public Library kicked off the night by reading a pirate story to all the children who at­ tended. The night was full of learn­ ing as each grade level offered strategies related to reading comprehension that parents can use at home with their child. u 'KIUO^ONSC h/ " B, Corpora*I ”c > > |KS!§§ Shane Driver enjoys his time helping Capt. Jim at the William R. Davie Elementary School Pirate Literacy Night. ;ic & Motivation * D.J./M.r. * Adult, Teeu & Children’s^^? mm iorate * Family ■' Church *■ ’"'V * ’ A s E O T - H lStS f- I f \ Principal RexAIIen gets in on the pirate theme, and Gabe, Sidney and Paul have fun with Capt. Jim.Kendall helps Capt. Jim perform some magic. LEGAL NOTICES NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BERMUDA RUN TOWN COUNCIL 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, May 14 at the Town Hall, located at 120 Kinderton Blvd. Suite 100, , Bermuda Run, NC 27006, to hold a public hearing and to receive public comment on the following items: REZ 2012-01 HiIIsdaleWest Business Park Administrative rSzoning tor Hillsdale West Business Park from CM Commercial Mixed to GB General Business. Includes all properties along Hillsdale West Drive. Davie County Parcels: D7O10COOO3. D700000186, D700000187, D7010C0002, D7010C0001 REZ 2013-01 Kinderton Cen­ter Administrative rezoning for Kinderton Center from CM Com­ mercial Mixed and OS Open Space districts to VM Village Mixed-use district. Includes all properties along Royal Troon : Lane. W. Kinderton _ Way, E. Kinderton Way, Kinderton Bou­ levard, Cromwell Way, Dom- ach Way, Gleneagles Way, Ab- ercorn Way. Carnoustie Way. and York Way. Davie County Parcels: C80000017702,, C80000017701, C80000017703, ' C90000000801, C80000017704, C80000017705, C800000177.: C900000001, C900000002.C900000004, C900000005, C900000006. C900000007,C900000008, C900000009, : C90000000401. C900000999,C90000000301, C90000000302, C90000000303, C90000000304, C90000000305, C90000000306, , C800000184, C800000186,C800000178, C80000017802,' C80000017803. 080000000302. ' and C8OOOOO17801.AU interested parties are in­ vited to attend'the public hearing and present their comments to the Bermuda Run Town Council. Please call Town Planner Erin Burris at 1-800-650-3925 X104 il you have questions. Please call the, Bermuda Run Town Hall at (336) 998-0906 if you need special accommodations for the meeting. 5-2-2tn STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Executor .of the Estate of SUSAN P. KR- ENACH,- late of Davie .County, this is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before August 2, 2013, (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. AU persons, firms and corporations indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 2nd day of May, 2013. COURTNEY KRENACH GROOME Executor of the Estate of Susan P. Krenach T DANWOMBLElAttorneyat Law 3802 Clemmons Road, Suite A PO Box 1698 CIemmons1NC 27012 5-2-4tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION FILE NO. 13 CVD 101 North Carolina State Emptoyees Credit Union, Plaintiff, vs.Joe N. Reavis, Defendant NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION TO: Joe N. ReavisTAKE NOTICE that a plead­ing seeking relief against you has been filed in the above entitled action. The nature of the reliel be­ing sought is as follows:The Plaintiff North Carolina State Employees Credit Union has tiled a Complaint for monies owed.You are required to make de­fense to such pleading not later than the 13th day of June. 2013, said date being forty (40) days from the first publication of this notice and upon your failure to do so the party seeking service agaist you will apply to the court for the relief sought. This the 25th day of April, 2013. BY CHAD C. FREEMAN ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF 26 COURT SQUARE MOCKSVILLE. NC 27028 (336)751-2918 5*2*3tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIE COUNTY19Cpfie IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXECUTED BY JONA­ THAN BOLMER AND AMY BOL- MER DATEO MAY 31, 2006 AND RECORDED IN BOOK 665 AT PAGE 593 IN THE DAVIE COUN­ TY 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 of the secured debt, the undersigned substitute trustee will expose for sale at public auc­tion to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at the county courthouse of said county at 10:00AM on May 17. 2013 the following described real estate and any other improvements which may be situated thereon, in Davie County, North Carolina, and being more particularly de­ scribed as follows:Beginning at a point, said' point lying In the eastern right-of- way margin of State Road 1427 (known IocaJIy as “North Pino Road*), said point being located. North 07 deg. 14 min. 39 sec. East 300.04 feet from a point, said point begin the southwest comer of Jonathan Bolmer ahd wife, Amy Bolmer (DB 207, PG. 914, Davie County Registry); thence from the POINT AND PLACE OF BEGINNING North 06 deg. 27 min. 28 sec. East 106.44 feet to a point; thence South 88 deg. 05 min. 02 sec. East 30.09 feet to a new iron rod; thence South 88 deg. 05 min. 02 sec. East 339.99 feet to a new iron; thence North 01 deg. 54 min. 58s sec. East 315.16 feet to a new iron, said new Iron lying in the southern line of J.H. McCIannon (DB 69, PG. 175, Davie County Registry); thence South 68 deg. 04 min. 08 sec. East 544.30 feet to an exist­ ing axle, said existing axle being the southeast comer of J.H. Mc- Clannon (DB-69, PG. 92. Davie County Registry); thence North 03 deg. 21 min. 00 sec. East 839.99 feet to a stone, said stone being the northeast comer of Billy Wayne McCIannon (DB 71, PG. 92, Davie. County Registry); thence South 88 deg. 25 min. 24 sec. East 158.38 feet to a stone, said stone being the northwest corner of Luther W. West and wife, Ostino W. West (DB 120, PG. 511, DavieCounty Registry); thence South 00 deg. 08 min. 52 sec. East 1065.94 feet to new Iron rod; thence South 77 deg. 32. min. 39 sec. West 786.71 feet to a new iron rod; thence North 88 deg. 16 min. 40 sec. West 30.11 feet TO THE POINT AND PLACE OF BEGINNING, containing 10.073 acres, more or less, as surveyed by Donald J. Moore, RLS1 on January 27, 2006. File No. 000BDA06-Subject to easements, con­veyances and restrictions of re­cord.And Being more commonly known as: 318 North PIno Rdr Mocksvllle, NC 27028The record ownerfe) of the property, as reflected on the re­ cords of the Register of Deeds. Is/are Jonathan Bolmer and Amy Bolmer.The property to be offered pur­ suant to this notice of sale is be­ ing offered for sale, transfer and conveyance “AS IS, WHERE IS." Neither the Trustee nor the holder of the note 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 note make any representation or warranty relat­ ing to the title or any physical, en­ vironmental, health or safety con­ ditions existing in, on, at or rotat­ ing to the property being offered for 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 to all 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 at the time of the sale. This sale will be held open ten days for upset bids as required by law. Fqlfowing the expiration of the statutory upset 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 of 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 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 to the landlord. You may be liable for rent due under the agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. The date of this Notice is April 26,2013.Grady I. Ingle or Elizabeth B. Ells Substitute Trustee 10130 Perimeter Parkway, Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28216 (704) 333-8107 httpy/shapiroattomeys.com/nc/ 07-92420 5-2-2tn NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE COUNTY OF DAVlE SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY The County of Davie has de­ clared the following vehicles and equipment surplus and will of­ fer these items tor sale at public auction at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at Ellis Auto Auc­tion located at 2668 US Highway 601 South, Mocksville, NC.2002 Lincoln LS VIN: 1LNHM87A32 Y6766112002 Buick Rendevous VIN: 3G5DA03E52S5925592003 Cadillac CTS VIN: 1G6DM57N1301380302003 Ford Explorer - VIN: 1FMDU73K53UA930052004 Mitsubishi Endeavor VIN: 4A4MM31S04E068971 2004 Ford Crown Victoria VIN: 2FAHP71W04X107119 2004 Ford Crown Victoria VIN: 2FAHP71W74X166121 2004 Ford Crown Victoria VIN: 2FAH P71W24X104187 2004 Ford Crown Victoria VIN: 2FAHP71WX4X107905 2005 Ford Crown Victoria VIN: 2FAHP71W25X1025682005 Ford Crown Victoria VIN: 2FAHP71W45X1025692005 Ford Crown Victoria VIN: 2FAHP71WX5X1025272006 Ford Crown Victoria VIN: 2FAHP71W66X124820 2006 Ford Taurus VIN: 1FAFP56U66A23077628 Snow Tires on 16" & 17" Wheels 5-2-1tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTOR’S NOTICE Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of RONALD LEE COLEMAN, deceased, of Davie County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, firms and cor­ porations having claims against said decedent to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 2nd day of August, 2013, being three months from the first day of publication of this notice, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. AU persons, firms and'corporations indebted to said estate are notified to make im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 2nd day of May, 2013. RONALD SPEED COLEMAN 873 Gladstone Road Mocksville. NC 27020PIEDMONT LEGAL ASSOCI­ ATES. PA Lynne Hicks, Attorney 124 West Depot Street Mocksville, NC 27028 (336) 751-3312 5-2-4 tn D4 - PAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 2.2013 LEGAL NOTICES NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE OP NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIE COUNTY 13SP30 IN THE MATTER OF THE FORE­ CLOSURE OF A DEEO OF TRUST EXECUTED BY DANI­ELLE C. BRUCKER DATED SEPTEMBER 15, 2008 ANO RECORDED IN.BOOK 771 AT PAGE 571 IN THE DAVIE COUN- TY PUBLIC REGISTRY, NORTH CAROUNA 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 In­debtedness and failure to perform . Uie stipulation and agreements '!herein contained and, pursu­ant to demand ot the owner and holder of the secured debt, the undersigned substitute trustee win expose for sale at public auc­tion to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at the county courthouse ot said county at IAOPM on May 6,2013 the fol­lowing 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: • BEING LOTS Thirty (36) and Thirty-Seven (37) as shown on Map # 1, Block “B" of Boxwood Acres Subdivision according to Maps or Plat thereof prepared by G. Sam Rowe, Surveyor. April 14, 1967, said plats being recorded In Map Book 4, pages 4 and 49, Davle County Registry, Also conveyed herein is county water line easement from Pleasant Acre Drive across Lot #93, Map I, Block "B* of Box­wood Acres Subdivision Map Book 4, pages 48 and 49, Davle County Registry to hereinabove described property.Together with a security in­terest in that certain 1997 60x24 Oakwood Home, Serial Number HONC05528261AB.And Being more commonly known as: 2907. US Hwy 601 "South, Mocksvlllet NC 27028 The record owner(s) ot the property, as reflected on the re­cords of the Register of Deeds, 18/are Danielle C. Brucker. The property to be offered pur­ suant to this notice of sale Is be­ ing offered for sale, transfer and conveyance "AS IS, WHERE IS.’ Neitherthe -Trustee nor the holder of the note 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 note make any representation or warranty relat­ing to Ihe title or any physical, en­vironmental, health or safety con­ditions existing In, on, at or relat­ing to the property being offered Ior sale. Any and all responsibili- • lies or Gabilities arising out of or in any way relating to any such con­dition expressly are disclaimed. IWs sale is made subject to all 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 ($750.00), whichever is greater, is required and must be tendered in the form of certified funds at Uie time of Ute sale. This sale will be held open ten days for upset bids as required by law. Following the expiration of the statutory upset period, all remaining amounts are IMMEDIATELY DUE AND OWING. Failure to remit Iurtds In a timely manner will result in a Declaration of Derault and any deposit will be frozen pending the outcome of any re-sale.SPECIAL NOTICE FOR LEASEHOLD TENANTS: H you are a tenant residing in the prop­erty, be advised that an Order for Possession of the property may be Issued in favor of the purchas­ er. Also, if your lease began or was renewed on or after October 1,2007, be advised that you may terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days written notice to the landlord. You may be liable for rent due under the agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. The date of this Notice is April 4.2013. Grady I. Ingle or Elizabeth B. Ells Substitute Trustee 10130 Perimeter Parkway, Suite 400 Charlotte. NC 28216 (704) 333-0107 http-J/$hapiroattomey$.com/nc/ 13-036026Client Code: CWF Posted: '____________ By: _______________ STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Execu­ tor of the Estate of DOROTHY IRENE SHORE CHEEK, late of Davie County, this Is to notify all persons, Rrms and corporations having claims against said Es­ tate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before July 25,2013, (being three (3] months from the first day of publication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Ali persons, firms and corpora­ tions indebted to said Estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 22rtd day of April, 2013. TALMADGE C. CHEEK. JR. 270 25th Avenue NW Hickory. NC 28601 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law 10 Court Square Mocksville, NC-27028 4-25-4tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICEthe Individuals.with Disabili­ties Education Act (IDEA-Part B, Public Law 108.446) Project Is presently being amended. The Project describes the special education programs that Davle County Schools proposes for Federal funding for the 2013- 2014 school year. Interestod per­sons are encouraged to review amendments to the Profect and majw comments concerning'the implementation of special educa­tion under this Federal Program. AR comments will be considered prior to submission ol the amend­ ed Project to the North Carolina Department of Pubttc Instruction in Raleigh, North Carolina. The IDEA-Part B Project Is open to Uie public for review and com­ ments during the week of May 20- 24,2013 In the office of Elizabeth Phillips,. Director of Exceptional Children, located at Central Oavie Education Center, 220 Campbell Road, Mocksville, NC 27028. - 5-2-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING BEFORE THE .. . BERMUDARiINTOWN " COUNCIL TO CONSIDER THE PROPOSED FY 2013-2014 BUDGET NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Han, 120 Kinderton Boulevard, Suite 100, the Bermuda Run Town Council will hold a Public Hearing to re­ ceive public comment regarding Uie proposed Fiscal Year 2013- 2014 Budget. The proposed budget is avail­ able for public, review at www. townolbr.com . A copy of the budget is also available for public review at the Bermuda Run Town Hall. Propo&d BudgetSummary General Fund; Revenues $1,522,400Expenditures $1,522,400 Gate Operations Fund: Revenues 9512,470Expenditures $512,470 Utilities Fund: Revenues $493,200 Expenditures $493,200 Additional Information is avail­ able at the Bermuda Run Town Hall weekdays from 9:00 am. - 5:00 p.m. or by telephone at 336.998.0906. 5-2-1 tn 11-SP-377 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 Tracy Raxter, dated Septem­ber 26, 2006 and recorded on September 27,2006 in Book No. 681 at Page 552 in the Office of the Register of Deeds ol Davie County, Noith Carolina; and be­cause of default In the payment of the indebtedness secured thereby and failure to carry out and perform the stipulations and agreements contained therein and, pursuant to demand of the holder of the Indebtedness se­cured by said Oeed of Trust, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will place for sale, at public auc­tion, to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at Davie County Courthouse, Mocksville, North Carolina on May 10. 2013 at 11:00AM that parcel of land, including improvements thereon, situated, lying and being In the City of Cooleemee, County of Da­ vie, State of North Carolina, and being more particularly described In the above referenced Deed of Trust Address ot property: 246 Watt St, Cooleemee, NC 27014. Tax Parcel ID: N5010C0031 Pres­ ent Record Owners: Tracy Rax­ ter. 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 Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, is required and must be tendered in the form of certi­ fied funds at the time of the sale. The successful Udder shall be required to pay revenue stamps on the Trustee's Deed, any Land Transfer Tax and costs of record­ ing the Trustee’s Oeed. The real property hereinabove described is being offered for, sale “AS IS, WHERE ISa and wilt be sold sub­ ject to all superior liens, unpaid taxes, and special assessments. OUier conditions Wiii be an­ nounced at the sale. The safe will be held open for ten (10) days for upset bids as by law required. If for any reason the Trustee is un­able to convey title to this proper­ty or the sale is set aside, the sole remedy of the purchaser Is the re­turn of the deposit Furthermore, 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 In either event the purchaser will have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee, the Mortgagee’s attorney or the Trustee. Additional Notice Where the Real Property is Residential With Less Than 15 Rental Units: 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 parlies 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 the rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice to the landlord. Upon ter­ mination of a rental agreement,. the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement pro­ rated Io the effective date of the termination. Any person who oc­cupies the property pursuant to a bona fide lease or tenancy may ,have additional rights pui^uantto Title Vil of 5.896 • Protecting Ten­ants at Foreclosure Act which be­came effective on May 20,2009. Rogers Townsend & Thomas, PC, Substitute Trustee (803)744- 4444,113081-00824 P1033214 5-2-2tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIE COUNTY 13SP36IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXECUTED BY OR- LENS TOfiANZO AND MAY- ELIN TORANZO DATED APRIL 23, 2010 AND RECORDED IN BOOK 824 AT PAGE 765 IN THE DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC REG­ ISTRY. 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 Uie payment of Ute secured in­ debtedness and failure to perform the stipulation and agreements Uiereln contained and, pursu­ant to demand of the owner and holder of the secured debt, the undersigned substitute trustee will expose for sale at public auc- • tion to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at the county courthouse of said county at 1:00PM on May 14, 2013 the following described real estate and any other Improvements which may be situated thereon, in Davie County, North Carolina, and being more particularly de­scribed as follows: Being all of Lot 3, The Pop­lars Subdivision, recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 132, Davie County Registry.And Being more commonly known as: 2529 Comatzer Rd, Advance, NC 27006The record owners) of the property, as reflected on the re­cords of the Register of Deeds, la/are Oriens Toranzo and May- elln Toranzo.The property to be offered pur­suant to this notice of sale is be­ing offered for safe, transfer and conveyance ‘AS IS, WHERE IS." Neitherthe Trustee nor the holder of the note 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 note make any representation or warranty relat­ing to Uie title or any physical, en­vironmental, health or safety con­ditions existing in. on, at or relat­ing to the property being offered for safe. 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 to all 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 at the time 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 funds 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 prop­erty, be advised that 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 to the landlord. You may be liable for rent due under the agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination.The date of this. Notice Is March 18,2013.Grady I. Ingle or Elizabeth B. Ells SubstituteTrustee 10130 Perimeter Parkway, Suite 400Chartotte1 NC 28216 (704) 333-8107 htip-J/shapiroatiomeys.com/nc/ • 13-038539Client Code: CWF Posted: By: -----------------------5-2-2tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY 13 SP 33 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed by Ro- gelio Mojica and Eva Mojica to TRSTE, Inc., Trustee(s), which was dated May 15,2006 and re­ corded on May 16, 2006 in Book 662 at Page 381, Davie County Registry, North Carolina.Default having been made of- the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and Uie under- signed, Trustee Services of Caro­lina, LLC, having been substi­tuted as Trustee In said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said default having di­rected Uiat the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Sub­ stitute Ijrustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the county courthouse where the property is located, or the usual and custom­ary location at the county court­house for conducting the sale on May 15, 2013 .at 10:00AM. and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated in Davie Coun­ty, North Carolina, to wit:Being known and designated as Lot No. 3 as shown on the Plat Map of Sheffield Acres, recorded in Plat Book 8, Page 222 In the Office of the Register of Deeds of Davie County, North Carolina to which reference is hereby made for a more particular description.Save and except any releas­es, deeds of release or prior con­veyances of record.Said property Is'commonly known as120 Mollle Road, Har­mony, NC 28634. Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and the court costs of Forty-Five Cents (45c) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to NCGS 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 of the sale. Following the expiration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are Imme­ diately due and owing. Said property to be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale is being offered 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 exist-. Ing in, on, at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any un­paid land transfer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or ex­ceptions of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owners) of the property Is/are Rogello Mojica and wife, Eva Mojica.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 superior court of the county in which the property Is sold. Any person who occu­ pies. Ihe 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. The notice shall also state Uiat upon termi­ nation of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of Uie termina­ tion. 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 de­posit. Reasons of such inability to convey include, but are not lim­ ited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of Uie 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.Trustee Services of Carolina, LLCSubstitute Trustee Brock & Scott, PLLC Attorneys for Trustee Services oi Carolina, LLC 5431-Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-4986 FAX: (910) 392-6587 File No.: 12-31534-FC01 5-2-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 12 SP 173 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALEUnder and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained in that certain Deed ol Trust executed-by Carlos A Parada-Dlaz and Maria Rodriquez-Ramirez to Shapiro & Krelsman, Trustee(s), which was dated July 9, 2003 and recorded on July 11, 2003 in Book 496 at Page 904, Davie County Regis­ try, North Carolina.Delault having been made of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the under­ signed, Trustee Sen/ices of Caro­ lina, LLC, having been substi­ tuted as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said default having di­rected that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Sub­stitute Trustee will offer for sale at Uie courthouse door of the county courthouse where the property is located, or the usual and custom­ary location at the county court­house for conducting the sale on May 15, 2013 at 10:00AM. and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated in Davie Coun­ty, North Carolina, to wit:Being known as Lot # 2 ol Sal- He Acres Subdivision as appears in Plat Book 6, Page 159 and 160 in the Davie County Registry sub­ject to all restrictions contained In "Declaration of Restrictive Cov­enants for Sallie Acres Subdivi­sion" recorded in Oeed Book45G, Page 826. Save and except any releas­ es, deeds of release or prior con­veyances ot record.Said property is commonly known as 288 Michaels Road, Mocksville, NC 27028.Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and the court costs of Forty-Rve Cents (45«) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to NCGS 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 of the sale. Following the expiration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are imme­diately due and owing.Said property to be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale Is being offered 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 exist- . ing In, on, at, or relating to Uie property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any un­paid land transfer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way. deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or ex­ceptions of record. To Ihe best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owner(s) of the property is/are Carioa A Parada Dlaz and Maria Rodriguez Ramirez. An Order for possession of the property may be issued pur­suant Iol G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of,the purchaser and against Uie party or parties in possession by the clerk of superior 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 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 liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termina­tion. If the Irustee is unable to con­vey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser Is the return of Uie de­ posit Reasons of such inability to convey include, but are not lim­ited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of Ihe loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sale is challenged by any party, Uie trustee, in their sole discre­tion, if they believe the challenge to have merit may request the court to declare the sale to be vpld and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy.Trustee Services of Carolina, LLCSubstitute Trustee Brock & Scott, PLLC Attorneys for Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC ' 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 26403 PHONE: (910) 392-4988 FAX: (910) 392-8587 File No.: 12-07902-FC01 5-2-2W NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY INVITATION TO BID MWBE Subcontractors & Suppliers Davie Construction Company is requesting proposals from cer­tified MWBE subcontractors & suppliers for the following project: GTCC Science Hall Renova­tion, Jamestown Campus for divi­ sions 1.2.3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9,10, 12,14,15,16. AU MWBE must be certified or eligible for MWBE certification. Sub bids are due in the office no later than 5:00 PM, Wednesday, May 15,2013. Plans are available for review at the following locations: DCC Office. Carolinas AGC in Char­ lotte, local McGraw Hill Dodge, Reed Construction Data in Nor- cross, GA, HCAC in Charlotte (877) 227-1680 and Plan & Re­ source Centers of NC in Durham (336) 833-3574. Interested sub­contractors should contact Brant­ley Smith, (336) 940-6600, PO Box 1724, Clemmons, NC 27012. All contractors will receive consideration for employment wilhout regard to race, creed, color, or rational origin. 5*2*2tn STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Executrix of the Estate of HAROLD CON­ WAY SHOUGH, late of Davie County, this is to notify all per­ sons, firms and corporations hav­ ing claims against said Estate to present written claim to the un­dersigned on or before August 2, 2013, (being three. [31 months from Ihe first day of publication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corpora­ tions Jndebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 26th day of April, 2013. PATRICIA GATEWOOD SHOUGH HZPark Place Court Mocksville, NO 27028 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law 10 Court Square Mocksville, NC 27028 5-2-4tn DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, May 2,2013 - D5 LEGAL NOTICES NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORSThe undersigned having quali­ fied as Executor of the Estate of CURTIS W. EUBANKS, De­ceased, late of Davie County, North Carolina, gives this notice to all persons, firms, and corpo­rations having claims against Ihe estate to exhibit Uiem to the undersigned at the office of DA­ VIS & BREWER ATTORNEYS, 104 Stadium Oaks Drive, Suite C, Clemmons, North Carolina, 27012, on or before the 15th day of July, 2013, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to the estate will please make immediate pay­ ment. This the 11th day of April, 2013. SUSAN E. PIERCE Executor of Ihe Estate of Curtis W. Eubanks By: GILBERT T. DAVIS, JR. PO Drawer 786 104 Stadium Oaks Drive, Suite C Clemmons, NC 27012 4-11-4tn STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of DWIGHT LINNIE MYERS, late of Davie County, this is to notify al persons, firms and corporations having claims against said Estate to present written claim to Ihe undersigned on or before July 11, 2013, (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. Al) persons, firms and corporations indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the under­signed.This the 8th day ol April, 2013.DONALD G. BOWLES 654 Valley Road, Suite 300 Mocksville, NC 27028 MARTIN & VAN HOY. LLP Attorneys at Law IOCourtSquare Mocksville, NC 27028 4-11-4tp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY PERSONAL REPRESEN­ TATIVE’S NOTICE Having qualified as Personal Representative of the Estate of THELMA MAELENE TEAGUE SNYDER, deceased, tate of Da­vie Qounty, Uiis Is to notify all per­ sons, firms and corporations hav­ing claims against said Estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 18th day of July, 2013, said date being at least three months from Uie first day of publication of this notice, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons in­ debted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 18th day of April, 2013, the same being the first publication date. JERRY W. SNYDER and PATRICIA D. PAYNE, Co-Personal Representatives Estate of Thelma Maelene . TeagueSnyder Grady L McCIamrock Jr., NCSB #7666, Attorney for the Estate 161 South Main Street Mocksville, NC 27028 Telephone: (336) 751-7502 Fax:(336)751-9909 4-18-4tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICEHaving qualified as Executor of the Es&e of CARL D. MC- CULLOH, late of Davie County, this is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before July 18, 2013, (be­ing three |3j months from the first day of publication of this notice)' or this notice will be pleaded in . bar of their recovery. AU persons, 'firms and corporations indebted ' to said Estate win please make immediate payment to the under­signed.This the 18th day of April, 2013.TERESA COUCH 578 Junction Rd Mocksvllld, NC 27028 4-18-4tn NORTH CAROUNA DAViECOUNTY CREDITORS NOTICEHaxnng qualified as Co-Ex­ ecutors of the Estate of FRAN­ CES WESLEY JORDAN, late of Davie County, this Is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said Es­ tate lo present written claim to the undersigned on or before July 25,2013, (being three (3J months from the first day of publication ol this notice) or Utis notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. AU persons, firms and corpora­ tions indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 25th day of April, 2013. JOHN DICKSON JORDAN JR. 100 CaIumetCt Carrboro, NC 27510 RONALD BURTON JORDAN 269 Lodgecrest Or Winston-Salem, NC 27107 4-25-4tp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ail persons, firms and cor­porations having claims against WILLIAM GEORGE SUMMERS, deceased of Davle County, North Carolina, are notified to exhibit the same to: BRENDA JANE SUMMERS, Executor 6561 Hearthstone Drive Raleigh, NC 27615 on or before July 25. 2013, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Debtors of the Decedent are asked to make Im­ mediate payment. This 16th day of April. 2013.DIANNE A. WALLIS of Wallis Law Rrm1 PA, Attorneys for BRENDA JANE SUMMERS, Executor Estate of WILUAM GEORGE SUMMERS 5500 McNeeIy Drive, Suite 102- Raleigh, NC 27612 (919) 763-8118 4-25*4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 12 SP 361 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of a Pow­ er of Sale contained in that cer­tain Deed of Trust executed by James H. Mills and Rebecca Mills to Tamara A. Fleming, Trusteed), which was dated May 3, 2005 and recorded on May 3, 2005 in Book 606 at Page 215, Oavie County Registry. North Carolina.Oefault having been made of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the under­signed. Trustee Services of Caro­lina. LLC. having been substi­tuted as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said default having di­rected that Uie Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Sub­stitute Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door of Uie county courthouse where the property is located, or the usual and custom­ary location at the county court­ house for conducting the sale on.May 10, 2013 at 12:00PM. and will sell to the highest bidder for cash Ihe following descrfoed property situated In Davie Coun­ ty, North Carolina, to wit: BEGINNING at an iron in Ihe southern edge of Poplar Street. Section of the TL. Spillman Sub­ division, comer of Lot ff 16 (see Tax Map Book 3, page 122); Uience with the Southern edge of Poplar Street North 87 deg. West 100 feet to an iron pin. cor­ ner of Lot No. 14; thence SouUi 3 deg. 30 min. East 200 feet to an iron pin; Uience North 87 deg. 40 min. East 100 feet to an iron pin, Southeast comer of Lot No. 16; thence North 3 deg. 30 min. West 200 feet to the point and place of BEGINNING, and being Lot No. 15 of Section 1. of the TL Spill­man Subdivision according to a plat duly recorded In Map Book 3, page 122, Davie County Reg­istry, to which reference Is hereby made for a more particular de­scription.Subject to easements and re­strictions of record.For back title, see Deed Book 522, page 635; Deed Book 113, page 652; and Deed Book 83, page 21; Davie County Registry. Note: Hazel Harpe died intestate (see Estate Re 80-E-67) and her only heirs were Judy Harpe and William A. Harpe. See Estate of Judy A. Harpe (died 11-6-02) In Estate File 02-E-304 In the Of­fice of the Clerk of Superior Court In Davie County. North Carolina. See also Tax Map K-5-9 APcI 31, located in Jerusalem Township, Davie County, North Carolina.Save and except any releas­es, deeds of release or prior con­veyances of record.Said property is commonly known as 172 Lakewood Cir­cle, Mocksville, NC 27028.Third parly purchasers must pay the excise tax, and the court costs of Forty-Rve Cents (45c) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five per­cent (5%) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, will be required at Uie time of the sale. Following the expiration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are imme­diately due and owing. Said property to be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale Is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance "AS IS WHERE IS.” There are no representations of warranty relating Io the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions exist­ ing In, on, at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject Io all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any un­ paid land transfer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or ex­ ceptions of record. To the best of (he knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current ownerfs) of the property Is/are James H. Mills and wife Rebec­ ca L. Mills. An Order for possession of Ihe property may be issued pur­ suant to G.S. 45-21.29 In favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties In possession by the derk of. superior court of the county in which the property Is sold. Any person who occu­ pies Uie property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, after receiving Uie no­ tice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written notice to the landlord. Thenotice shall also stale that upon termi­nation of 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, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of Ihe de­posit. Reasons of such inability to convey include, but are not lim­ited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior Io the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. H the validity of the sale is challenged by any party, Ute trustee, in their sole discre­tion, Il lhey 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. Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC Substitute Trustee Brock & Scott, PUC Attorneys for Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC 5431 Oleander Drive SuHe 200 Wilmington, NO 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-4988 FAX: (910) 392*8587 Rle No.: 08-03310-FC03 4-25-2tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY 13 SP 22 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALEUnder and by virtue ol a Pow­er of Sale contained In Uial cer­tain Oeed of Trust executed by Raymond W. Simpkiss to William R. Echols, Truslee(s), which was dated July 30,2008 and recorded on August 4,2008 In Book 767 at Page 141, Davie County Regis­try. North Carolina.Default having been made of the note Uiereby secured by Uie said Deed of Trust and the under­signed, Trustee Sen/ices of Caro­lina. LLC, having been substi­tuted as Trustee in said Deed of TrusL and the holder of the note evidencing said default having di­rected that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Sub­stitute Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the county courthouse where the property is located, or the usual and custom­ary location al the county court­house for conducting Ihe sale on May 8,2013 at 10:00AM, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated In Davie County. North Carolina, to wit:Beginning at a T-bar Iound In Ihe line of Douglas H. Coun­ cil (Deed Book 120, Page 407) and being the Southeast cor­ ner of the within described tract; thence North 63 deg. 59 min. 07 sec. West 150.42 feet to a T-bar with cap found in the line of B.C. Brock, Jr. (Deed Book 75, Page 251) and being the Southwest comer of the within described tract; thence North 06 deg. 33 min. 58 sec. Easl 65.65 feet to a 3/4" existing Iron rebar found; thence continuing with the Brock line North 06 deg. 32 min. 29 sec. Easl 230.37 feet to an iron rebar set 1/2" in the line of Raymond Simpkiss (Deed Book 382, Page 177) and being the Northwest comer ot the within described tract; Ihence South 83 deg. 27 min. 31 sec. East 144.60 feet Io an iron rebar set 1/2* and being Uie Northeast comer ol the within described tract; lhence South 05 deg. 25 min. 02 sec. West 294.69 feet to the point of begin­ ning, containing 1.00 acre, more or less, as surveyed Ity George Robert Stone, PLS and shown as Lot 2 on Job and Map No. 4502 dated 3/15/02. Save and except any releas­ es. deeds of release or prior con­ veyances of record. Said property is commonly known as 12ft Abbey Lane, Mocksville, NC 27028. TNrd party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and the court costs of Forty-Five Cents (45c) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(l). A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five per­ cent (5%) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Rfty 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 property to be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale is being offered 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 exist­ ing in, on. at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any un­paid land transfer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way. deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or ex­ceptions of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owners) of the property Is/are AU Lawful Heirs of Raymond W. SImpWss.An Order for possession of Uie property may be issued pur­suant Io G.S. 45-21.29 In favor of Uie 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 occu­pies Ihe property pursuant to a rental agreement entered into or renewed on or after October I, 2007, may, after receiving the no­ tice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written notice to the landlord. Thenotice 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 effective date of the termina­ tion.If Uie trustee is unable to con­vey Otle to this property for any reason, Ihe sole remedy of Uie purchaser is the return of Uie de­ posit Reasons of such InaUHty to convey include, but are not Iim- iied to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to Ihe confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of tha loan without the knowledge of Uie trustee. If the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the trustee, In their sole discre­tion, if they believe the challenge Io have merit, may request Ihe court to declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy.Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC SiibstKute Trustee Brock & Scott. PLLC Attorneys for Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington. NC 26403 PHONE: (910)392-4988 FAX: (910) 392-8587 Re No.: 12-27551-FC01 4-25-2tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY 11 SP144 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of a Pow­ er of Sale contained in that cer­ tain Deed of Trust executed by SUSAN J. DENNIS AND ERIC . P. DENNIS to GARY L LACKEY. TniStee(S), which was dated Oc­ tober 10, 2002 and recorded on October 16.2002 In Book 443 at Page 410, Davie County Regis­try, North CarolinaDefault having been made of Ihe note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the under­signed, Trustee Services of Caro­lina. LLC, having been substi­tuted as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said default having di­rected that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Sub­stitute Trustee wifi offer for sate at the courthouse door of the county courthouse where the property is located, or Uie usual and custom- ary location at the county court­ house for conducting the sale on May 8,2013 at 10:00AM. and will seN to Uie Nghest bidder for cash the following described property situated In Davie County, North Carolina, Io wit:BEGINNING al a point, an iron pin In Annie Ruth Earnhardt's Unrf, James V. Jones Southeast corner and being the Southwest corner of the within described tract and runs thence North 9 degs. 31 min. 50 sec. East 327.67 feet with said Jones' line to a point, an iron phi; thence SouUi 89 deg. 43 min. 20 sec. East 309.32 feet passing with the right of way of SR 1658 to a pin; lhence South 0 deg. 13 min. 30 sec. West 345.04 feet to a point, an iron pin in Annie RuUi Bamhardt line; thence North 86 degs. 18 min 20 sec. West 362.96 feet to the Beginning containing 2.58 acres, more or less. Save and except any releas­ es, deeds of release or prior con­ veyances of record. Said property Is commonly known as 245 Jarvie Road, Ad­ vance, NC 27006. Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and the court costs of Forty-Five Cents (45c) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to NCGS 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 Uie time of the sale. Following the expiration of the statutory upset Ud period, aH the remaining amounts are imme­diately due and owing. Said property to be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance "AS IS WHERE IS." There are no representations of warranty relating Io the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions exist­ing in, on, at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any un­paid land transfer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or ex­ceptions of record. To Uie best of Uie knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owner(s) of Oie property is/are Eric P. Dennis and wife, Susan J. Dennis. An Order for possession of the property may be issued pur­ suant Io G.S. 45*21.29 In favor of Uie purchaser and against the party or parties in possession by the derk of superior court of U>e county In which Ihe property is sold. Any person who oocu- pies the property pursuant to a ’ rental agreement entered into or renewed on or after October 1. 2007, may, after receiving the no­ tice ol sale, terminate Ihe rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice to the landlord. Thenotice shall also slate that upon termi­ nation ol a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under Uie rental agreement prorated to the effective dale of the termina­tion.If Uie trustee Is unable to con­vey title Io this property Ior any reason, Uie sole remedy of the purchaser is Ihe return of Uie de­posit Reasons of such Inability to convey include, but are not lim­ited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of Uie sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party. Uie trustee, in their sole discre­ tion, 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. Trustee Sen/ices of Carolina. LLC Substitute Trustee Brock & Scott, PLLC Attorneys for Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-4988 FAX: (910) 392-8587 FiIeNo.: 11-04622-FC01 4-25-2tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICEOF NORTH CAROUNA SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIE COUNTY 12SP343 IN THE MATTER OF THE FORE­CLOSURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXECUTED BY JERRY WILSON AND WiLDA WILSON DATED APRIL 29. 2008 AND RECORDED IN BOOK 756 AT PAGE330 IN THE DAVIE COUN­TY PUBUC REGISTRY. NORTH CAROUNA NOTICE OF SALEUnder 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 oi the owner and holder of the secured debl, the undersigned substitute trustee win expose for sale at public auc­tion to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at the county courthouse of said county at 1:00 PM on May 9, 2013 Uie following described real estate and any other improvements which may be situated thereon, . in Davie County, North Carolina, and being more particularly de­scribed as follows:Lying and being in Mocksville Township, Davie County, North Carolina and beginning at an iron found, said iron found being the Northeastemmost comer of Louis Savage, Oeed Book 121. Page 617, Parcel 6, and being located in the southern right of way of Oak Street, Uience with said right of way SouUi 66 degrees. 54-min­utes, 53 seconds East 66.04 feet to an iron found, said iron found being the Northernmost corner of Cecil C. Smith, Deed Book 154, Page 362, Parcel 4. thence with scud Smitti line South 19 de­grees, 58 minutes West 100.45 feet to a solid iron found, said solid iron found being the North- easternmost comer of Paul C. Spanos, Deed Book 153, Page 744, Parcel 9, lhence with said Spanos line North 64 degrees, 54 minutes, 50 seconds. West 69.79 feet to a one-half inch iron found, said one-half iron found being Uie Southernmost comer of said Louis Savage, Uience wilh Savage line North 22 degrees, 03 minutes. 35 seconds East 97.68 feel to the POINT AND PLACE OF BEGINNING as surveyed by C. Ray Cates, June 7,1993. For back title see Deed Book 164, page 734, Office of the Reg­ ister of Deeds. Oavie County, Ndrth Carolina. Also identified in the Davie County Tax Office as being Tax Map 15,08, Group E, Parcel 5. And B ein g m ore com m only know n a s: 110 Oak S t, M ocks- VllIet NC 27028 T h e record o w n ers) of th e property, a s reflected o n th e re­ co rd s of th e R egister of D eeds, Isfere Jerry W ilson and W ilda W ilson.The property to be offered pur­suant to Uiis notice of sale Is be­ing offered for sale, transfer and conveyance "AS IS, WHERE IS." Neither the Trustee nor Uie holder of the note secured Ity the deed of trust, being foreclosed, nor the officers, directors, attorneys, employees, agents or authorized representative of either Trustee or the holder of the note make any representation or warranty relat­ing to the title or any physical, en­vironmental, health or safety con­ditions existing In. on, al or relat­ing to the property being offered for sale. Any and all responsibili­ties or liabilities arising out of or in any way relating to any such con­ dition expressly are disclaimed. This sale is made subject to ail prior liens and encumbrances, • and unpaid taxes and assess­ ments including but nol limited to any transfer tax associated with the foreclosure. A deposit of five percent (5%) of Uie amount of Uie bid or seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, is required and must be tendered In the form ol certified funds at the time of the sale. This sale will be held open ten days for upset bids as required tty law. Following Uie expiration of the statutory upset period, all remaining amounts are IMMEDIATELY DUE AND OWING, Failure to remit funds in a timely manner wi result In a Declaration of Default and any deposit wiH be frozen pending the outcome of any re-sale.SPECIAL NOTICE FOR LEASEHOLD TENANTS: H you are a tenant residing in the prop­erty, be advised that 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 Uial you may terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days written notice to ' the landlord. You may be Sable for rent due under the agreement prorated to Uie effective dale of the termination. Hie dale of this Notice is April 9,2013. 12-036090 Jonathan Blake Davis Attorney for the Substitute Trustee10130 Perimeter Parkway, Suite 400 Charlotte. NC 28216 (704)333-8107 httprfshapiroattomeys.com/nc/ 4-25-2tn 6D • Thursday, May 02,2013 THE DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD JOWE-CttMMOHSBDJNE-CttMMOHS Q gBQ m classifieds1-877-751-2120 ElCIUFltADaPB wie-.pnc«0SKI in* Mim WICi «CTOBM PB SM t» « • Employment OpportunIBes Drivers ' AVERITT Offers CDL- A Drivers a Strong, Stable, Profitable Career. Experienced Drivers and Recent Grads. Excellent Benefits, Weekly Hometime. Paid train­ing. 888-362-8608. AverlttCareers.com. Equal Opportunity Employer. Class A CDL Ratbed Drivers wanted. 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' YaidSale Parte County Advenes Family Ybrd Sale. Friday. Msy 3rd & Saturday. May 4th, 7am- 2pm. 1339 Baltimore Road. Lols Ol items. Something for Everyone! Drivers- HIRING EXPERIENCED/INEX­PERIENCED Tbnker Drivers! Earn up Io $0.51/Mllet New Fleet Volvo Tracloral 1 Year CfTR Exp. Req. -Tanker Training Available. Call Today: 877-882-6537. www.OakleyTransporl. com CLEMMONS KIWANIS ANNUAL YARO SALE Lots ol skiff, Including PLUS size women's clothing. Sat., May 11 Ih1 6em- 2pm. At Clemmons Village Shopping Center (Across from Clemmons Post Office on Clemmons Road-US 158) Drivers Drivers: Top Pay & CSA Friendly Equip, Claes A CDL Required. Recent .CDL grads wanted. 877-258-8782. www.ad-drivers.com Gypsum Express. Regional Hauls for Flatbed Company Driver Terminal In Roxboro. Ask about Performance Bonus coming April 1st & more. 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(Cool Spring • MO exit 162) Sal. May 4th, 7am*lpm. RuralChurch Membor wide Yard sale. Plant sale. Bake sale. Clothing, household goods, rusty stufl, chipped paint.________ HUGE MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALEMocksville. 163 Boone Farm Rd. (Just off MO at Exit 168), Fri., 5/03 & Sal., S/04 8am-2pm. Baby iloms. men's, women's & children's clothes, housohold items, antiques, toys, lots of canning jars & much, much morel EVERYTHING PRICED TO SEUi Mocksville Multi-Family Yard Sale. Salurday. May 4, Sam-lpm. Hwy 801 & Hwy 601 N Inlereoction. Baby Items and Iois of girls clothing from birth to size 10 • name brand, consignment quality. N OW RECRUITIN G !! General Laborers Assembly Une Material HandlersVarious Shifts $8.40 hr.-$10.00 hr. Advance, Mocksville Don? Delay, Apply Today! Call 336-776-1717 for details or Apply in Person:4431 N. Cherry Si.. Winston-Salem, NC Never'a Fee EOE ----------------------------r ------------- Mocksville, Jack & Myra Hollard's Home, 474 Will Boone Rd. Multi-Family Yard Sale. Ttuirs, & Fri. May 2nd & 3rd, 8am-6pm and Sal. May 4th, 8am- 2pm. -Grandchildren Growing - Up* Lots of mechandlso: Beauliful Bassett baby furniture, truck cover Silverado tits 1992-1996, fishing rods, great children's Hems, clothes oi varied sizes, bike buggy seat, baby cradle, walker, lots of gospel cassettes, CDs, movies. Mocksville. Marbiook Development (off John Crolta Rd.) Community Yard Sala. Sat. May 4th. 8am-12pm. Several antiques, quilling sup­ plies, kids* toys, knick- knacks, cratts and much, much more. Lemonade stand. Salisbury Rd., Sat., 5/04 8am*1pm. DHS PTSO Scholarship Fund Yard Sale - Toys. Books, Movies. Clolhes(Children’s to Adull XXL), housewares, gift items, furnishings, tools, PLUS MUCH MORE. Mocksville. 133 S.Hazelwood Dr. (In Heritage Oaks 64 • past Hickory Hill), Sat., 5/04 8am-l2pm. Furniture, household items, clothes, some baby items Moeksvltta. 880 Green Hill Yard Sale. Sat. May . 8am-l2pm. 5 dining room chairs, 6 small TVs, clothes and home goods. STREET-WIDE YARD SALEon Pepperstone Drive Mocksville. Fri.. 5/03, 3- 8pm & Sat, 5/04 7am- 1pm. Motorcycle gear & accessories, 1999 Honda Shadow motorcycle and lots of oilier great itemsl YARD SALEAdvanee. 149 Griffith Rd. (off Ybdkln Valley Rd.) SaL, May 4th.7am-untw. Babyslulfi lots of miscellaneous! Come check us out! Computers & Software: Dell Oesktop Computer w/ 17* tlat monitor, key­ board, mouse. 2GB. $90. Call/text 704-787-5781 Farm Eq r ASupplies Ford New Holland 6810 Tractor, 1097. Less than 600 hours. $15,000. Call 336-998-6970 Furniture AAppIIances Bedroom suiie, double bed, 4 drawer chest of drawers, 4 drawer vanity w/mlrrot 5 SIOOI. SI 25. 336-998-3338 or 336-998-6928 DInIngTabIe, Checkerboard parquet design, brownish- pecan color, seats 10. $75. Call 336-998-3338 or 336- 998-8928 GE washer, used only 4 mos. Like new! Only S250. Call 704-699-5592 B AM-8 PM. MachineryATaols SAWMILLS from only $3997.00 • MAKE & 5AVE MONEY with your own bandmill. Cut lumber any dimension, In stock ready to ship. FREE I n f o / D V D : www.NorwoodSawmills.c om. 1-600-578-1363, Ext. 300N. Medical Equipment ATTENTION SLEEP APNEA SUFFERERSwith Medicare. Get CPAP Replacement Supplies at Iittlo or NO COST, plus FREE homo doliveryl Best of all, prevenl red skin sores and bacterial infec­ tion! Call 1-877-763-9842. Mlsc For Sale Greonhouse for sala. $499. Please call 704- 639-9870 for more Infor­mation. Hand Fainted Glass Covered Cake Plate with Hummingbirds, $30. Call 704-276-2880 LIKE NEW Unfinished French Doors, hardware included. S150. Cell 704- 640-0424 Oil drum, 275 gallon, $100. Call 704-603-8617 for more Information. Outdoor wood gym - slide, playhouse set. S350 Call 704-633-1150 for more Information. Paintball gun, $75. Futon. $100. 43 walk/e lalkies, $50. Please call 704-637- 5416 for more Info. Push Mowers (4) • Craftsman. Prices $100, S75, $100, S200, used. Please call 704-310- 0879 STEEL BUILDINGS Perfect for Homes & Garages. Lowest Prices, Make Offer and LOW Monthly Payment on remaining cancelled orders. 20x24, 25x30. 30x44, 35x60. CALL I- 800-991-92^1 Ashley. Hut 70's Show, seasons 1-5 DVD-original cases, boxes, book. $50. 336- 940-3134 TTampollne for sal? $50; Unfinished French Doors $125. Call 704-640-0424 for more Information. Wrestling (pro) vintage mags, 1980s. WWr. IWA, WCW. ECW. Good condi­tion. Box of 60. $59.336- 766-5096 In PM. IBSS Colaman, 11'Crawdad boat w/3.3 Mariner motor and a Bill Dance trolling motor 45 thrust. $500. Call 704- 603-8617 TVj DVD & Video DIRECTV Official TV Deal- America's lop satel­ lite provider! DIRECTV Plans starting at S29.99/mo for t2 months after instant rebate. Gel the besl In entertainment. 800-318-5608 DISH Network. Starting at Sl9.99/month (for 12 mos.) & High Speod Internet starting at Sl4.95/monlh (whero available.) SAVE! Ask About SAME DAY InsiaHadlonl CALL Nowt 1.888-627-8038 Fros JVC color TV, good plcture.You hall. 704-633- 6654 before 9pm for more Information. Highspeed internet EVERYWHERE By Satellite! Speeds up to 12mbps! (200x faster than dial-up.) Starting at $49.S5/mo. CALL NOW & GO FAST11-808-714-6155 TV, DVD & Video i Instruction SAVE on Cabte TV- Internet-Olgital Phone. Packages start at S09.99/mo (for 12 monlhs.) Options Irom' ALL major service providers. Call Accellor today to learn more! CALL I-077-715-4515. AIRLINES ARE HlRfNG- TraIa for hands on Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial Slid if qualified. Job placement assis­ tance. Call Aviation institute of Maintenance. 077-300-9494. SAVE on Cable TV- Intetnot-Olgltal Phone- 1 Satellite. You've Qoi A Choice! Options Irom ALL ma[or service providers. Call us to Ioarn moral CALL Today. 877- 656-9137. ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from home. Medical, - Business, Criminal Justice, Hospitality. Job placement assistance. Computer and Financial aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. Call 868'899-6918, WantTo Buy: Merchandise wwiv.CenturaOnline.com MEDICAL OFFICE TRAINEES NEEDED. Cast\ paid for coin end stamp collections. I also buy Civil War, WWI and WWtI items like uniforms, helmets, swords, models, documents, letters, pho­tos, relics, elc. Also Indian reties, sterling sil­ver Items and more. Call Sieve 336-692*8155 Become a Medical Office Assistant al CTII NO EXPERIENCED NEED- EDI Online Training gets you job roadyt HS Dlploma/GED 4 Computer needed. For program disclosures, go I o Caroertechnical.edu/nort hcarolina. 1*888-512- 7122Timber wanted • Plno or more select or clear cut. Shaver Wood Products, Inc. Call 704-276-9291. ' Lostand Found Wanted To BuySilver Dollars & Old Silver Coins Bud Hauser 336-998-8692 Found cat. Adull femalo. Mainly grey wilh 4 white feet, white on face, orange markings. Near Dan Nicholas. 704-637-6699 .We buy small and largotracts ol standing thnbef. Free estimates. Also fire­ wood for sale. 704-680-1729 Found puppy, approx. 6-8 months old, In vidnlly of Bosllan Rd., .China Grow. 704-656-1427 or 704-273-6948 Found white male pit bull, 2- 3 years old, white w/brown head & brown spot on back on Graham Rd,. Mt. Ulla. 704-270-2914 Cats Lost Cat 4/16, Caublo Rd. & 601 Hwy. Female, Wack body w/white face, spayod, housocat. 704- 640-3591Mate Spayed Mainecoon | I Cat. Lilter-box trained.Approx 2 yrs old. Needs to be the only pel! 704- , 314-6693 LOST small mate Yorkle, black & tan, has a collar, no tags, missing for three days. REWARDI 704-636- ■Oogs • - 3256 2 dogs found' near Kannapotis.Ono is brown and I white. For more Infocall 704-856-1530 AKC Lsnghair Dachshund pups (or sale. Call 336* 909-2311. Notices DONATE YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR BOAT to Heritage for the Blind. Free 3 Day Vacation, Tax Free to loving owners - large black part pit bull adult male dog • very friendly & energetic. Good guatd dog, 5 years old. Prefer someone wilh fenced in backyard. Call 704-239-8304 after 6 pm. AU Paperwork Taken Care Of. 877^762-0496.. Other Pets 'Homes RirSaIe Mocksville 2 BR home for sale. Needs work, but liv­ able. Cash sale. Close Io 1-40. Call .Tlm 336-469- 9058 Chinchillas looking for a furever home. 4 gray males - 2 are 15 mos. old and 2 are 10 mos. old. Human' handled since birth. Rehomlng fee of S125 ca. or discount on mote than one. SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY. Call VIcW © 336-940-NEW ROOF! Notices Free Ads Free cow manure. Plenty of it. Must movel Please call 704-640-4224 or 704-279-7S20 3BR 2BA. 1,600 sq. ft. home In great neighbor­hood close to all tn-town amenities. Lois of extras Including large lot, priva­cy fence, porches. NEW HP/Central, roof & paint. Lease option available; call Ior details! JENNIFER MARTiNEZ with BOB HUL- LET REALTY INC 336.4925685 mP^VJeTreal You Uke Family/ • Save Money on DIY Aboveground " and Inground Pool Kits & Supplies ♦ Rnancing Available! * A Great Way to Spend Time Together! • Excellent Service. Fast Shipping! Family Owned & Operated Since 1990! a m i l y P o o l F u n .c o m KllchenAld dryer, 4 temp. 4 cycle, E-capaclty. H/D, looks and runs Iilra new, hooked up and running. $125.704-638-0498 Huntfng & Fishing Rihlng pole, one Shakaspaace Pro Am & 2 n gage R2F 120sp reels fishing pole, $50. Call 336-940-3134 Summit Viper SD Climbing Treosiand S200 Never used Call/Text 704-224-9679 Lawn& Garden Riding MowerS500 Please Call 704*310-0879 ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE FROM HOME •Medical, 'Business, 'Criminal Justice, 'Hospitality. Job placement assistance. Computerand Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. Call 8 8 8 -8 9 9 -6 9 1 8 w w w .C en tu raO n lin e.com C e n t u r a COLLEGE A I R L I N E S A R E AM. H l R l N Q i Z / . Train for hands on Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance 877-300-9494 -------------------------j.--------------------------------------------------------------EliBS . C-vLaiid; l'4j ForSaIe ; Reduced to $24,000 RSSSisSia Davie County County water. 2 300' + road frontage. 5 minutes to Interstate 40. Wagner Road. Now reduced Io $24,000. Cal 336-751-3612 Resortfr Vacation Prep: Brand New) Mountain GoK Cottago only $129,900. Sale Saturday. May 4th. Incrodlblo 3 bed/2 bath home In Ioothills of Blue Rldge Mountains at spec­tacular 18 hold QOlf course resort. Must soel Call now 866-334-3253, X2770. Apartments M ocksvlllo-SunsetTortace Apts., 1 & 2 BR. all appl. Central H/A. Calf . 336-751- 0166 for specialSI Houses ForRent Advanco. 3BR FUIS office, 2.5BA. GARAGE, fireplace, stainless steel appts., 2.000s sq. ft., 100% financ­ing, 0 down. VERY HtCfI $929.50/rh0.704-630-0695 • Century 21 ITiad 336-751-5555WwwxenluryZltriadcom 219 MCCULLOUGH RH MOCK SVl UI 4BR, I BA. $62S/mo. 1743 FORK DIXBY RD.ADVANCE 3BR, I.5BA. S850/mo. 1324 UINEtUCKORY YAOKlKVfLLI 3BR, 1.5BA. $795/mo. HTedotthBhassteof managing your rental property? CALL Century 21 Triad today for details on how simple & affordable our property manage­ment services are. Call Century 21 Triad 336-751-2222 and ask for KatM or Allcla.' Century 21 Triad 336-751-5555 Cooleemee 2 bedroom. I bath house for rent, $450 per month. Please CeU 704-798-7417 Lease to Own Option Advance BeiuUfuI 38 R, 2.5 BA cottage home on 211 Bridle Lane. Located on a private road In Rabbit Farm community. S acres, Iols ol privacy, available Immediately. S1200/mo. + security deposit. Contact Bethany Blizard at 336- 909-4642 HousesForRent MockSVHIe. 2BR, 1400 MO & WalMarL $700/mo. + dep. 336-941-7084 Premlor Realty NC 336-998-7777 IBBHfckorySLl Coofoomea2BR, ISA.$495/mo. 130 Brave Ln., Advance3BR, 2BA. $995/mo. 114 Matts FlacelAdvance3BR, 2BA. $995/mo. 897 OaWumn Forest Or., Wfeslon-Saiotn 3BR. 2BA. $1295/mo. 2522 StraHoid Cretslng Dr* Winston-Salem 3BR, 2BA. $1095/mo. 350 Gwyn SL1 Mocksvlla 3BR, 2BA. $850/mo. Coil 336-996-9345 LandforRerit OaWe Coonly LandfarLease 45 acrc9 for Ioase for making hay. Lake Myers area. Spilng and Fall cut­ ting ol hay. For moro InformaHon call Slophen at 336-998-8903 or 336- 817-0142 Lv. msg.. Officefr Comm. RentaL DCM 8uslnoss Park, For sale or lease, 9,000 sq. ft. building, 1500 Io 4500 sq It units. Commercial lots Iorsalo or will buHd to suit tenant. 336-998-3165 Manufactured i Homes FerRent' Cooleemw2 BR. SIOOMk, $400 dep. on 1/2 ac lot. 336-998-8797, 704-975- 1579 Or 704-489-6840 Ddvle County. 3BR, 20A. No pots. Secluded. Dep. required. HUD accepted. 336-391-6437 Mobllo Iioma for rent 2 BR SW. Shady Acres MHP. John Crolts Rd., Mocksville. Urge outbuild­ing, carpoiL HUD accept­ ed. No pels. 336-900-2092 or 336-998-8222 Transportation Autos REGARDLESS OF Honda 200S Accord, fully loaded. $300 down. Good credit, bad credit, no credit, no probteml Call 704-872-5255 www.tagofnc.com Old care & Inicks for parts & restoration. '60 Ford pick-up, '72 Chevy pick­up, *68 Chevelle Malibu & other. Call 336-098-8374 after 5pm for more details. RecraaHonal Vehicles 16' Lark Camper, Nice interior, sleeps four. $500.00 FIRM Call 704- 603-8617 Partsfr \ AccessorteSa Chavy Nova, 68-74,. chrome Irim/motding complete set. $350 obo. Call 336-940-3134 Dodge Dakota, 1997- 2004, chrome tailgate protector. $40 obo. CaU 336-940-3134 Feur aluminum rims from 2007 Cadillac CTS, $200 Contact Tammy © 704- 603-8617 Trucks/SUVs I frVans : Cheyrolot Blazer, 1996. In good condition. Please call 336-998-4017 for moro Information. Services AucHons GOING. GOING. GONEI Promote your auction wilh a classified ad pub­ lished In 100 North Carolina newspapers with over 1.3 million cir­culation. A 25-word ad Is only $330. For more Infor­ mation. call NCPS at 919-789-2083 or visit www.ncpsads.com home Im provem ent & TOOLS AUCTION- Saturday, May 11 at '10 a.m. 103 Locust Ave. Locust. NC- Cabinet Sets, Doors, CarpeL Tile, Hardwood, Balh Vanities, Windows, Lighting. Name Brand Tools. NC Sales Tbx applies.www.ClassicAuctlons.co m 704-507-1448. NCAF5479 ChIkICarefriv Huraety SchMti In Home DaycareAvailable. Mon-Frl. 1st & 2nd Shift. Mocksville school district. Call for details 336-692-3606 Flriariclal'Services "We can erase your bad credit-100% guaranteed* - The Federal Trade Commission saye any CtedU repair company that claims to be able tc Iagafly remove accurate ssid timely Information from your credit report is lying. There’s no easy Ilx for bad credit. M takes time and a con­ scious effort io pay your debts. Learn about managing credit and debt at ftc.gov/credi1- A message from the Sdhbury Post S the FTC. Home Improvement; Carolina Energy Sauers Total Home Remodeling Any size job! Gloss replacement 336-816-7470 . H NlgMly from H u n d re d sT o C hooseF rtfn! E L L K C T T ^ I -5 B e d r o o m C o n d o s 3-5 B e d r o o m H o m e sOU»rOMriOAAirtniHThrvHftr Mifc OCC QTO O-Vf-n . Swnm mirtfflgw mpir Coil torotwn. ODbtO/O -ftlvO ' Soe WQbsito "Specials’* page forothor discounts: N o r tH I V I y r tle B e a c h T r a v e I .p p jp p MTAXtogetherI NC VEHICLE TAG AND COUNTY TAX PAYMENT PROGRAM iwV*4- V Vlsll w w w .ncdotiov/dm v and click on ' I . “Tag and Tax TogeUier" fo r m ore InIorhiaUon , I Call 1319) 814-1779 for questions about ‘ ! registering your vehicle with NODMV ScanvnllisinDfIplKine Ior more infomiBlioii. D a t e l i n e ‘DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, TIitirMltiy. Mav 2.2013 -1)7 F u n d r a i s e r s Friday, May 3 Port-A-Pit-Chlckcn Dinner, U a.m. til 7 p.m. at Blaise Bapt, Church. Half chicken, BBQ slaw, bakes beans, roll, dessert.Take-out or special lunch delivery available. Call414-3S9S.Sponsored by Blaise Bapt. MOPS. Friday, May 10 Gome Night, at Shcflield-Calahaln CommunityCentcr, l74Turkeyfoot Rd. Doors open 6 p.m. for conces­ sions, bingo at 7. Saturday, May 11 Golf Tournament, by N. Davie Middle School Athletic Booster Club, shotgun start 2 p.m. at Pud- dingRidgeGolfCourse.Fullcoursc • capt. choice $65/playcr. Lunch & registration begins 12 noon. For info: 998-5555. 1st Annuol Walkathon, 11 a.m. til 2 p.m., Rich Patk Shelter #5. Ages 13 -and up $iO, ages 5-12 $5. Percent­ age of proceeds to David "Speedy” Redmond who was in car accident. For info: 751-0333. Community Breakfast, at First Presbyterian Church, 7-10 a.m. Donation only. AU you can eat, Dine-in or take-out. Proceeds to Davie Domestic Violence Services & Rape Crisis Center. Tuesday, May 21 FoorMan’s Supper,4*6:30pjn.al Fulton UMC. R e l i g i o n Thursday, May 2 National Day of Prayer Scrvi Ce,at Macedonia Moravian Church, 700 NC 801 N. Advoncet 7 p.m. Co­ sponsored by The Good Shepherd Church & Cornerstone Church. Info: 998-4394. Music & Eats,at Community Bapt. Church, Gladstone Rd. Starting 4:30 pjn. Sunday, May 5Shroud of Turin, video showing at First Presbyerian Church, 9:45 a.m. Location: 261 S. Main Street. Mocksville. In fellowship hall on bottom floor. Illth Annuol Homecoming & 'Revival, at Comatzer UMC, 1244 'Comatzcr Rd., Mocksville, begins Sun. 11 a.m. service (covered dish meal to follow). Revival Mon. & Tues. 7 p.m. nightly with guest •speaker. For info: 998-0687. !Annual Gospel Fest 2013 Sing* ;ing Program, at New Bethel Bapt. ;Church,3727 US 601 South,Mocks* •ville.3 pan. Groups! bhoirs, praise !teams welcome. For info: 284-2990. !Day in the Park, Hardison UMC, !special service,Dan Nicholas Park, ,'leaving church 9:30 a.m., worship, •10:15. !Wednesday, May 8!Kids Night, 6-7:30 p.m. at New 'Union UMC, 1869 Sheffield Rd.. ^Mocksville. Evening of various ’activities, Bible study Si fun. Sun.-W ed., May 19-22 'Revival, at Jerusalem Bapt., 3203 US 601 S., Mocksville. Sun. 6:30 p.m., Mon.-Wed. 7 p.m. Guest ; Ongoing ; Bible Study, study Bible wilh Les •Feldick on DVD, Davie YMCA, !each Tues., 10-11 a.m. & 6-7 p.m. !Also each Sun. 2 pan. on WDSL ! AM radio. ComeAs You Arc, church service, Fulton UMC,3689 NC 801 S., Ad­ vance,8:30-9:l5a.m.eveiy Sunday. GricfShorc Recovery Sc Support Group, at Hillsdale UMC, 5018 US 158 ,Advance. Second & fourth Sundays of each month 4 p.m. For info: 998-4020. Klds for Christ, at Liberty UMC, 141 Liberty Circle.Mocksville, each Wed. 3-5:30 p.m. For kindergarten* 5th grade. No cost, just a time for play, snacks, Bible stories,&music. Info: 940-7246. Summer DayCarejAdvance UMC, K.-5lh/More at 4, open enrollment, competitive price & reasonable rates, for more info or to register. 998-0199 if no answer Iv. msg. MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers), Isf and 3rd Fri. of every month during traditional school ycar,9:30- 11:45 a.m., at Blaise Bapt. Church. H20(Histo Own), new ministry at Jerusalem Bapt. Church, 3203 US 601 S., Mocksvilic.On Wednesdays at 7 pjn. for 18-29 year olds who are college, single, or married. We cover topics pertinent St interesting to this age group. Awana, every Wed. evening 6:30-8 p.m. at Eagle Heights Church. The Life Se Teaching of Jesus, presented by Mocksville Seventh- Day Adventist Church, Mon. & Thurs. at 7 p.m., at 407 Milling Rd., Mocksville. Free admission. For info: 704-876-3665. AWANA & Youth Program, at ljamcs Bapt. Church, each Sun. evening 5:45-7:30 p.m., ages four throughsixthgiade.Info:492-6434. Women's Discussion Classes, two classes held weekly at Jericho Church of Christ, TUes. 10:30 a.m. and Wed. 7:30 p.m. No cost for materials. AU women invited. Women’s Bible Study,every Wed. 5-6 p.m., in a home near Milling Road area. All women welcome. Info: 751-5229. Womcn’sStudy Group,Phase2,on Biblical women, presented by Han­ nah’s Ministries. Free Si held every second Sat. of each month, 10-11 a.m. AU welcome. Info: 940-5149. CarcNct Counseling Centers, at First Baptist Church, 390 N. Main St., Mocksville. Offers inter-denominaiional counseling. Academically trained, certified counselors Si mental health profes­sionals. Info. Si appt. 751-2041. Preschool/Parcnts Morning Out, Bethlehem United Melh. Time: 9 a.m.-noon. Ages I & 2 - M1W or T, Th. Age 3 - M,T, Th. Age 4, Si (Pre-K-Ihreeorfourdays per week- Call 998-6820. Preschool, at Center United Meth. Church, 2 days per week or 4 days per week (4 yr. old class); 2 days per week (3 yr. old class); 2 days perweek(2yr.oldclass)8:30-ll:30 a.m. Phone 940-3753.Awana & BibleStudy1Wednesdays at 7 p.m., Hope Baptist Tabernacle. S p e c i a l E v e n t s Saturday, May 4Once Upon A Time, semi-annual dance showcase presented by Fred Astaire Dance Studio, 7 p.m. at Brock Ajiditorium. Tickets $15 in advance, $20 at the door. A night of ballroom, Latin, & show dancing at its finest. For info: 766-9233. Thursday, May 9Davlc County Survivor Dinner, 6 pan. at WinMock, Kinderton. For cancer survivors and caregivers. RSVP by May 1st to 1-877-871- 7848. Relay for Life event; Saturday, May 11 3rd Annual Arts Smart Festival, begins9a.m. with opening ceremo­ nies at N. Davie Middle School, Farmington Rd.,Mocksville.Ends I p.m. with concert by Davie Schools Combined Chorus. Admission free, refreshments available.' Ongoing CofTce House, 4th Sun. each month, 7 p.m., at Comatzer UMC. Good coffee, good fellowship, & good music. Datesto Remember Saturday1M ayH PublicShrcd Day,9 a.m. til noon, St.FrancisofAssisiparkinglot.You can shred large grocery bag for $5 tax deductible donation (per bag). Info: 336406-1089: Thursday, May 16 Business AfterHours &lhbIetop Expo, at WinMock @ Kinderton, 168 E. Kinderton Way, Bermuda Run, 4-7 p.m. For info or to RSVP: call Davie Co. Chamber at 751- 3304. W ednesday, May 22 Free Skin Cancer Screening Clinic, 8-11 a.m. at Davie Co. Health Dept. Participation by appt. only. Call 753-6750 to schedule. Ongoing Spay-Ncutcr Clinic, 2nd Wed. of each month by the Humane Society of Davie County, affordable spay- neuter surgery for cats and dogs. Call 751-5214 to make reservation and for details. Footloose Friends, every Tues., 7-9 p.m. (first time dancers should arrive 6:30). Cost $4 each night, opentocouplesorsingles.CallLink 413-5204 or 972-2659. Boot Camp in the Park, w/Jessica Lagle, upper shelter Rich Park, Sat. 8:30&.m.Co5t: $6($10for couple). Free Monthly Diabetes/Blood Pressure/Cholesterol Screenings, last Fri. of each month in 2009 at WalMart,9a.m.til 12 noon. Spon­ sored by Davie Lion's Club. Farmington Farmers Market, now open Sat. 8 a.m. til I pjn. and Wed. 5-8,pjn. Local produce & homemade items. Location: 1723 Farmington Rd., Mocksville.Visit Cooleemee’s Mill Village Museum, 14ChurchSt., Wed.-Sat. 10 a.m. til 4 p.m. Tours 3I50 avail­able by appt. Call 284-6040. Storytimes, at Davie Co. Library: Fri. U a.m.atMain Library (story time). M e e t i n g s Ongoing Mocksville Garden Club, 1st Thurs. of each month, 7 pjn., in fellowship bldg. behind First UMC, Main Street, Mocksville. Davie/Mocksville AA,closed non­ smoking meeting, at First Bapt. Church, 390 N.Main Street (across from Davie Co. Library). Thurs­days, 7p.m. Info: Jan 753-1838. Davie County Planning Board, 4th Tues. of each month, 6 pjn. in commissioners chambers ,2nd floor, DavieAdministnition Bldg., 123 S.- Main Street. Davie County Board of Adjust­ ment, 3rd Monday of each month, 6p.m.,incommissioners chambers. 2nd floor, Davie Administration Bldg., 123 S. Main Street. Davic Beekeepers Association, second Thurs. of every month, 7 p.m., 412 N. Main Street (First Bapt. Church). Visitors welcome. To find out more info: www.da- viebcekcepcrs.org DC Networks, 2nd Tues. each month, Davie Library, Mocksville, 7:45-9 aan. Networking/referrals group hosted by Davie Chamberof Commerce. Info: 751-3304. DC Networks, 4th Tues. each month, Hampton Inn, Bermuda Run,7:45-9a.m.Networking/refer­ rals group hosted by Davie Chamber of Commerce. Info: 751*3304. Davie QuiIIcrs Guild, 3rd Mon. of each monlh, for info: 492-2000. VFW Post 4024,7p.m.,2ndTues. each month, VFW Hut,Sanford Av­ enue,Mocksville.Eligible members welcome. Come early for refresh­ ments. For info call 492-7521. Triumph Parenting Classes, Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m., call for info: 751-5636. Humane Society of Davie Co., bimonthly meetings 2nd Tues. of every even-numberedmonth,at Hu­ mane SocietyAdoption Center, 291 Eaton Rd. Call 751-5214 for info. Family & Friends of the Mentally ’ 111 Support Group, 2nd Tues. of each month, 6 p.m., Hillsdale Bapt. Church, Advance. Call 751-5441 for info.Advance Garden Ciub,2ndTucs. eachmonth,Hillsdale Bapt.Church, US 158,1:30 pan.Lion’s Club, meets 1st Thurs. of each month, 6 p.m. board, 7 p.m. general. At Hardison United Meth­odist Church. Codlecmec Recreation Associa­ tion, Zachary House, I st Tuesday, 7 p.m. The Artist Group, Davie County Libnuy,7 p.m. last Tues. Call Bon­nie at 998*5274. Center Community Develop­ ment,3rd Mon.,7p.m.Community Bldg. Coolccmee Town Board, 3rd MondaylTown Hall, 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted. North CooIccmcc and Clark Koad Council, 2nd Wednesday, 7 p.m. Meeting indifferent members homes. Davie Domestic ViolcnceScrviccs and Rape Crisis Center. Offers weekly support group for domestic violence & sexual assault victims. The group meets every Tues. eve­ ning Trom 5:30-7 p.m. Please call office for location, 751 -3450. Sons of Confederate Veterans, 1st MondaytCooIeemee Historical Building,7 pjn.Mocksville Rotary Club, Tues­ days, 12:10 p.m., Energy United Education Center, 182S.Salisbury St., Mocksville. Farmington Masonic Lodge No. 265,2nd Monday. 7:30 p.m. at the lodge.Davie Co. United Way Board of Directors, 4th Monday, 5:30 p.m.. Brock Center Annex, Conf. Room 208. Davie High Athletic Boosters, 3rd Monday, 7 p.m., school cafeteria. Farmington Ruritan Club, 2nd Thursday, 7:30 pjn., Farmington Methodist church. HELPS Ministries, Christian re­ covery program forwomen sexually abused os children. Mondays, 7:30 Sandra Tucker's class at William R. Davie wins cupcakes by collecting supplies for the Humane Society. WRD S tu dents C ollect S u p p lies For H um ane S ociety p.m.,4l court SquarepRoom 210. Parents Resource Organization (PRO) support group for families of children with disabilities, 2nd Tuesday, 7 p.m. Call Rosemar)' Kropfelderat998-33l I forlocation. Jcricho-Hardison Ruritan Club. 2nd Tuesday,7 p.m.,club building. Health Dcpt- clinic hours: Mon.- Fri., 8:30-11:30 a.m., 1-4:30 p.m. Davie County Board of Social Services, 4th Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. at DSS. NarcoticsAnonyniousAgainstAI! Odds Group, First Bapt. Church, 390N.MainStrcet(upslairs),Thurs. 7p.m.,Sun.6p.m.DrugProblcm? Helpline, 336-785-7280. Mocksville Civitan Club, 7 p.m., 2nd & 4th Mondays, at First Pres­byterian Church. Advance Memorial Post 8719 VetemnsofForcignWarsandLadies Auxiliary,4thTues.,7:30p.m., post home. Feed Mill Road. Davie County Right To Life, 7 p.m., 3rd Thursday, grand jury room, courthouse. 751-5235 or 492-5723. Coolccmee Memorial VFW Post 1119,2nd Sal., 10a.m., VFW Hall. N.C. 801. Corinthian Lodge No. 17F&AM, 2nd, 4th Fridays, 7:30 p.m. at the lodge.Mocksville Lodge No. 134. 1st Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Coolccmcc Civifan's Club Meet­ ing, 1st and 3rd Mon. each monlh, 7p.m..Civitan Property,801 North, Coolecmee. Davie Co. Multiple Sclerosis Support Group, 2nd Mon. of each monlh, 6 p.m., Davic Co. Hospital. ■ S e n i o r s AU ScniorActivities take place at Davie Senior Services Iocaled at 278 Meroney St.,Mocksvillcunless otherwise noted. Call 753-6230. Ongoing Sr. Lunchbox.M,T,W, 11:30 a.m., Th. Si Fri., 11 a.m., lunch'served daily. S T R O U S E h o u s e a u c t i o n sSURPLUS/SALVAGE SALES EVERY FRI. & SAT. @ 6:30 PMIrt2*1 Incfuatrial Dr.. SlatosvlllQ. NC 28625 ~Phone: 704-872-0444 |A!*: iicfM 111 WKf sinous:. ncalck: #mgs ? www.strousehouseauctions.com9 Quilting Club, every Monday. 10 a.m. Bridge, every Friday. 2 p.m. SKIPBO. Wednesdays, I p.m. Scrapbooking, even 2nd Tuesday. 2 p.m.Dr.Dunn, Podiatrist .at Sr. Services every three weeks. 8:30 a in. .please call for dates. FrccBIood Pressure Chucks, once a monlh, at 10:30 a.m. in the Nutri­ tion Site. Singing Seniors Chorus, Thurs- , days, IO a.m.Scrabble, I p.m. every Monday. TexasHoldTini- TIiursdiiys. I p.m. Sr. Book Club, every third Tues. 0! Ihc month, 2:30 p.m. -ConipuIer Classes - are available, call for information.Artliritic Exercise - every other Wed. 10:30 a.m. Low Impact Aerobics • l ues, ik Thurs., 11 a.m. Fitness Equipment Umim • open Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. til,S p.m. Friday s 8a.rn.lil5p.Tn.iV:Sal.*)a.ni.lil I p.m. TableTennis-every Tm>. I--I p.m. Art, Mondays 9 a.m. lit 12 p.m. Tai Chit Tuesdays (call for sess- sion dales)Woodcurviug,Wed.‘/-!I a.m. Silver Health, Mon.. lues.. Weil . 8:30 a.m.MasstigcTherapy,every Isuk 3nl Tues. Call for appl. & prices Ynga.e-.dl for dates and sessions. Dance Party Aerobics. 5 30 p in 011 Tues. &. Thurs. Silver Health, Mon.. Wcd.. & Fri. al 8:30 a.m. Report Davie Dateline Items By Noon On Monday Hems for Davie Dateline should be reported In noon Monday of Ihe pub!ication week. Cal 1751-2120 or drop it by the office, at S. Main Si. across from the couritinuse. Hurtis Foot'I & Supplies I Cteaning * Chemkah • Pool & Spa kistifiation E I 6p«ingJiQoang*VinjlAjMffe[bcenieri- f I Tommy HaiTKOwwf-Over 20 Yrs. Iixji 077 Pleasant Alt: Dr.. MtK-Lsx ilk- Home (336) 2844817 x Business 1336) 909-4027 . 82 COURT SQUARE MOCKSVtLLR.SC -Lt-=W1I [T ground level uare foolaground level office ______ suite fueine court I] f°r rc~n’‘ Cull 751-IWWl for DOWNTOWN MOCKSVILLE mori' O F F I C E S P A C E F O R R E N T i: V I Special Thanks to Family and Friends ForBirthdayCelebration Gathering at Golden Corral in Winston-Salem, NC an behalf of Bishop James E. Ijames & Mother Josephine ljames of Old AgeP \s the Humane Society sup- drive, sponsored by Sandra ker’s class, came to an end, ’as discovered that all of the A work had paid off, and that Jents had won the Humane Society cupcake party by col­ lecting the most supplies. *'We were proud to load up the back of Mrs. Bumgarner's truck - and we do mean toad up - and deliver the supplies to the Davie County Humane Soci­ ety,” Mrs. Tucker said. “While there we enjoyed our cupcake party, but also enjoyed being given time to play with the pup­ pies and kitties at the facility. “Thanks to Shea Ketcham and the Davie County Humane Society for giving my students a chance to experience giving back to our community in such a meaningful way.” Broken The average 2,000+ sq. ft. driveway can be removed & replaced with Hi Grade concrete for approx. $ 3 . 9 5 per sq. ft. Unpaved driveway can be poured.' for approx. $ 2 . 7 5 per sq. It. CALL FOR MORE DETAILS & EXACT ESTIMATE! Slwaf Concrete to. Mocksville, NC 336-751-1989 Mon-Fri 6:30am - 3 30pm — Stxoins Ijou. ffot, Vmi- 60 Ljiexs — l i g h t p r i n t i n g 3962 http://www.ncdot.gov/dmv/vehicle/tagtax/ DB - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD1Thutsday, May 2,2013 Joanna Haire talks with Adrianna Barber and Scottie Lyons. Alexis Cook uses the iPad to research information for her flag, Fifth Graders Learn About Latin American Countries On Thursday, April 25, Mocksville Elementary fifth graders celebrated Interna­ tional Day by participating in rotations centered around Latin America capped off by an after­ noon of busting piftatas. The rotations took them to parts of the world. In Joanna Haire’s rotation students learned about the meaning and origination of flags from different countries. w--. - m Lachlan Jennings shows off her finished product. They were able to choose the flag they Jiked the best, re­ search it on the iPad and then create it. In Tammy Essie’s class the students learned about a popu­ lar drink that street vendors make in Latin American, a ba­ nana smoothie. Sticking with the theme of food, students in Bethany Cart­ er’s rotation tried some chipdf salsa and cheese dip. In Jenny Rosier’s rotation students danced their feet off with Luis Munoz and learned popular dances from different cultures. After they danced they went to Kristopher Shepherd's class to make a popular craft called thegod’s.cye. The students watched mov­ ies that talked , about Latin America culture. Martha Rooney Shady Grove’s TA Of The Year R |T f F - - , f Martha Roohey has been named Shady Grove Elemen­ tary School’s Teacher Assistant of the Year. Rooney was bom in Wash­ ington, D.C. but grew up in Mocksville. She graduated from Davie High School.and went on to Greensboro College where she earned a bachelor’s degree in religion and philoso- . phy- She has a varied background in the educational field. Before coming to Shady Grove, she worked as a substitute teacher, a remedial reading tutor, an adult high school instructor, and an ESL instructor. Rooney was honored as Volunteer of the Year at Mocks­ ville Elementary School sever­ al years ago, and she states that “the experiences I had leading up to that honor were what sparked my passion for work­ ing in education.’’ Rooney is a reading assistant working with Kolleen Sullivan, exceptional reading specialist. “I absolutely love every­ thing about my job at Shady Grove,’’ Rooney said, “Work­ ing with our wonderful stu­ dents and seeing them succeed and blossom is the best feeling in the world, That’s what it’s all about." Madisyn Cockerham, Alexis Riddle, Evan Little, and Carley Green work on their flags at Mocksville Elementary Fifth Grade Latin American Day. DCHS Auto C IassT o Hold Car Show On May 18 The Davie High School au­ tomotive technology class will sponsor a car show on Satur­ day, May 18 from 10 aan.- 2 p.m. on the front parking lot of . ihe school on Salisbury Road in Mocksville. Registration is from 9-10 a.m. with a $10 fee. Judging will be at noon. Proceeds will benefit the.class and the Davie Stonn 13U traveling baseball team. To Ieam more, contact Seth James at 336^77-4198. jamess®davieJil2jicjis, or Tim McKnight at 36-909-2892, mcknishtt@davh,J(J2jicMS. Shady Grovs teacher assistant of the year Martha Rooney (back, right) with teacher kolleen Sullivan and students. t , J o S tw m E S b Mrs. Petty teaches Mocksville Elemen­ tary students the Japanese word for rab­ bit. International Day at Mocksville Elementary includes this display about Japan.Kaitlin Hall teaches the students about Australia during one of the rotations. M o c k s v i l l e E l e m e n t a r y S t u d e n t s L e a r n A b o u t O t h e r C u l t u r e s Brandy Doub’s and Lindsey While’s class are on (he count down. There are 30 days until these first grade students be­ come second graders. They have spent the last few weeks learning how to measure items in the classroom with non-standard units of measure­ ment. Their favorite was mea­ suring with marshmallows. They measured with big ones and little ones. They learned 1 that the bigger the unit of mea- Students celebrated inter- surement the less it takes. The national day and Angela Petty students loved measuring with talked to them about living in the robots that Julie Marklin Japan. She did a 45-minute pre­ brought in. sentation on the culture, food, * Students have been work- traditions, dance, dress. They ing on revising the stories they learned that Japan has four al- have written. They brought in phabets? She also taught first colored pens from home and . grade students how to speak use these to make corrections to some Japanese words. In the their writing. They have been afternoon the first grade classes adding details IO the stories. rotated and learned even more .about Japan. I, Third graders dress from a specific country for International Day. H i s t o r y A n d M o r e D a n i e l B o o n e F a m i l y F e s t i v a l A H it W i t h A r e a R e s i d e n t s P a g e D 1 T u r k e y L o v e B o y E n j o y s G a r i n g F o r P o u I t r y P a g e C l D A V IE C O U N T Y E N T E MOCKSVltLC E C O R D USPS 149-160 Number 19 ThursdayjjM ayte; 2013i,' 40 PAGI=S ; ” , r 2 Shot, 1 Dead; Authorities Seek Answers By Mlke Barnhardt Enterprise Record Mocksville police investiga­ tors aren’t sure what happened, but they know this: one brother is dead and another is recovering from a gunshot wound. And the brother who died had apparently been dead for days at the home of his brother, who was recovering from a gunshot wound himself. * A sister called police after visit­ ing the Roiling Hills Lane home WednesdaymomingfM ayl. The first officer found Samuel Pearcy on the sofa, moaning, with a small wound to his upper arm that had “scabbed over." Another similar wound was later found on his back. He told officers that his broth­ er was downstairs. “He’s dead.” They found Michael Andrew Pearcy, 43, dead with a gunshot wound to the head. “I found him Saturday ... tried to put him in a cool place ... so I moved him downstairs,” Samuel Pearcy said. Please See Death • Page 7 Mocksville Police Detective Stuart Shore (right) and Capt. Nelson Turrentine (second from right) talk with SBI agents at the Rolling Hills Lane home. - Photo by Robin Snow High School Issue Again A Topic; No Decision On Vote I t ’s M o m ! B y M ik e B a r n h a r d t Enterprise Record Davie County commissioners were under more pressure Mon­ day night to put a referendum on the ballot in November to build a replacement for Davie High School. The issue didn't even make it past the adoption of the agendq • as it wasn’t included in the board’s ' original agenda published late last week. After that agenda was pub­ lished, County Manager Beth Dirks on Friday sent Dr. Danin Hartness a list of questions about the issue. After Monday night’s county commission meeting, she said the questions had come from some of the commissioners - she was passing them along. Commissioner Terry Renegar Sara East surprises her children - Emily, Grant and Anderson - last week at Cornatzer nIadeJ woamotI0Il' at th! be,fn" Elementary School during a school assembly. She had been deployed for nearly a year to HMnesTrimrto answer” tho^ Kuwait with the N.C. National Guard. Ftead more on page 6. - Photo by Robin Snow questions. and Jhe other t0 a,low Accused Murderer Found Incompetent For Trial more than the 20 minutes allotted for public comment. TTie amendment for more time failed on a 3-2 vote - with chair Robert Wisecarver, Carl Hum­ phrey and Mark Jones voting against it, and Richard Poindex­ ter joining Renegar in favor. The amendment to allow Hartness to answer the question passed 3-2, with Jones joining Renegar and Poindexter. Hartness was to the point with his answers, saying many of the questions had already been an­ swered and at one time, asked who had asked the question about cost per square foot. That ques­ tion indicated other high schools across the state were built at a sig­ nificantly higher per square foot cost. Humphrey sai'd he had asked the question. Hartness asked him his source. Humphrey replied: “It doesn’t matter.” Please See Questions - Page 9 B y B eth C assid y EnterpriseRecord Despite .testimony to the con­ trary by two expert witnesses, ac­ cused murderer David Earl Hughes has once again been declared inca­ pable of proceeding to trial. Hughes, 58, is charged in the 2011 murder of Patricia Yvette Swaim. The two were living to­ gether on Serenity Drive when Swaim was reported missing by her daughter on March 10.Herremains were found about 200 yards from the home on March 23. According to Greg Brown, as­ sistant DA, Swaim had been shot in the head, and her body dismem­ bered and burned, before being partially hidden under a stump in a field. Hughes, a former demolitions expert, was arrested for murder hours after the body was discov­ ered. S waim’s daughter is believed to be the last person to have com­ municated with Swaim, on Feb. 20. Hughes’ attorney, Vince Rabilt sought a bond for Hughes, who has been held at N.C. Central Regional Hospital in Butner, as well as in Davie Detention Center, since his arrest. In July, September, and October 2011, and in May 2012, Hughes was found incapable of proceeding to trial, after doctors at the hospital in Butner, including Dr. Mark Ha- zelrigg, found him to have severe cognitive mental impairment. Hazelrigg, the director of outpa­ tient forensic evaluations, testified last week before Judge Mark E. Klass in Superior Court that he conducted numerous evaluations Murder suspect David Earl H ughes, escorted from the court­ house by Detention Officer G ene Ray, w aves to the photogra- PIcase Sec Hughes • Page 7 pher. - Photo by Robin Snow 689076382120 I - D A V IE C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D 1T h u r sd a y , M a y 9 ,2 0 1 3 E d i t o r i a l P a g e O J U Wedding Jitters, Marriage Advice The most nervous people at a wedding are the parents of the ring bearer and flower girl. Not the fathers or mothers of the bride or groom. Not the bridal couple. That's the way it was Saturday. OurSweet Nancy married a nice fellow that hails from Marion. Both seemed calm as could be during the ceremony. Crandchildren Whit, 5, and Cayden, 4, served the important functions of walking down the aisle and looking cute. Their parents had practiced and rehearsed with them and threatened, coerced, bribed and promised them the riches of favorite toys if they performed to high expectations. The Friday evening rehearsal was a bit shaky, prompting thoughts of the popular YouTube video of a little flower girl screaming down the aisle with the mad ring bearer stomping behind her. There was none of that foolishness at show time. The grandchildren performed flawlessly, earning the bribes and high praise. Their parents sighed in relief and Could enjoy the rest of the wedding knowing their part was over. Ben Holiifleld is the lucky groom. The first time Naticy brought him to the house I invited him into the den to watch the football game. I hud to apologize for the TV picture. I had been tweaking the remote control for a month trying to get the picture to properly fit the frame. Ben asked for the remote and fixed it in 10 seconds. That's when I knew he was the one. He had me at hello, to steal a line. Anybody who can work aTV remote is a serious marriage prospect and handy to have aroiind the house during family gatherings and on holidays. Months later at the beach, Ben brought a wooden box kite that he had made in elementary school. It still flies. That is another rule of mine: If he can fly a kite, marry him. Kite flyers make good husbands. I don't know if he can fish, but that is also an important test on the marriage meter. The wedding was in Durham, and we spent three days in the recently proclaimed uTastiest City in the South" by Southern Living magazine. We saw a little of what charmed the magazine. We didn't have time to sample the many food trucks that now prowl the city, but from the aroma, they must be good. The Daughter of Davie and Son of McDowell were wed at the beautiful First Presbyterian Church, and young Robert flew in from Oklahoma to sing for them. Four years of college and a Tittle instruction have seasoned his voice, and I was mighty proud. He now has a mane worthy of Samson. I no Iongeranticipate his performances and recitals with the same trepidation experienced by the parents of the ring bearer and flower girl. Call It the Save the Post Office Toll Road. Elizabeth received a bill for $ 1.23 this week for driving down a section of N.C-540 near Durham during the wedding preparation days. A camera took a picture of her license plate, found our address and mailed the bill. There are no toll booths to collect the fee. If motorists register a credit card with the state, they can avoid paying for the stamps. Otherwise, half of the expense of the toll road will be in postage. Our lawmakers at work. The wedding lasted 20 or 30 minutes. Preparations took months. I had never glimpsed the bride's side of things — picking the dress, the colors, the photographer, the flowers, the invitations, showers, food for the reception, hundreds of little things that are part of a wedding. S t a l l i n g F o r T i m e ? Taking a page from legendary Coach Dean Smith of UNC, three Davie County commissioners are apparently planning a stall offense against the school board's request for a bond referendum to pay for a new high school. The school board has requested a November vote. Three commissioners blocked the issue from being on their Monday agenda. If they stall long enough, there ' won't be time to complete the' paper work necessary for a ref­ erendum. Solving* the high school dilemma will be delayed for another school year. TWo of them voted against allowing Superintendent Darrin Hartness time to answer their laundry list of questions about the school project. This is what they call public service? • Dwight Sparks . Vo Y o U T F W A / R i • CRWIftMLG WHO BOV W I lU ! Submit To ■ A g A C j i - G O O D epoUND 0KC7I0N. WHAT DO YOU THIAlU) Row ev? NoW He’s,u&stm> W I T H Y o U I n T h e M a i l Som e Facts From An Educator DAVIE C O U N T Y ENTERPRI/S^ECORD USPS 149-160 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by the Davie Publishing Co. Dwight Sparks ................Robin Snow................... Mike Bamhardt /.... Ray Tutterow..................Brian Pitts..................... ....Editor/Publisher ....General Manager Managing Editor ....Advertising Director Sports Editor Mocksviile Enterprise 1916-1958 Davle Record 1899-1958 Cooleemee Joumsl 1901-1971 Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 Cents $20 Per Year In Davie; $25 NC; $30 outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Davie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 Tb the editor: Was anyone else highly offended by the letter that Mr. Keister regarding 21" Century academic programs? He slates: uHe knows of no such program in the Davie CounQr Schools." He goes on to question whether we have the trained, qualified, and commit­ ted teachers for this program. He also said: "A new high school without a quality 21" CenturyAcademic Program for K-12 and the 21" Century trained, qualified, and committed teachers is a waste of the taxpayers' money." Mr. Keister, os a teacher at Davie High I would like to set rite record straight with some facts. This is my 12th year of teaching high school. I was bom and raised in Davie County and graduated from Davie High in 1997. I went onto NC State and graduated in 2001.1 am a career and technical education teacher with a bachelor's degree in technology education from NCSU. I’ve taught in Forsyth and Iredell counties. I teach multiple courses: drafting, technology, engineering and design, scientific & technical visualization, and we will be adding a hew course next fall called game art and design. I am the head coach for the cross country and swim teams. I am certified to teach all of those courses and attend multiple trainings over the summer to stay up to date with die latest technology. I'm proud to be a teacher and coach in the Davie County School system. Mr. Keister mentioned that the core competencies of a 21 * Cen­ tury Academic Program are collaboration, digital literacy, critical thinking, and problem solving skills, I want to invite you to the next Davie County Roboticscompetition our district just recently held. Unfortunately you missed some exciting activities involving LEGO Mindstorm Robots that over 20 teams were using to solve problems. I had the pleasure of judging this competition because of my prior experience from a workshop (There were attendees from surrounding school districts) I attended this past summer that DCS held on these robots. I used these robots in my classroom this year to teach about the technology systems. In this competition, there were students from 4-8 grade from all of our elementaty and middle schools. Each school had multiple teams (collaboration) that had programmed their robots (digital literacy) to perform as many of the tasks listed on the problem sheet (critical thinking and problem solving skills). It was amazing to watch these kids work with the robots and compete. Teams (collaboration) from North Davie and Davie High com­ peted in the Science Olympiad competition at the Atkins Science and Technology High School in Forsyth CounQr. The teams from North Davte and Davie High waxed the competition from For­ syth, Davidson, Yadkin, and Suny counties and came home with many awards (I" overall middle.school and high school) and other individual recognitions from magnet schools that are focused on STEM and other educational disciplines.These competitions were heavily focused on science and technology (digital literacy, critical thinking and problem solving skills). The teams went to the state competition with one of those teams finishing fifth in the state. Mr. Keister, I invite you to come in and checkout my Scientific ' and Technical Visualization II class to see the ProjectsaIniey learned how to use several industry standard software programs (digital lit­ eracy) such as 3D Studio Max,Adobe PremierelAdobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Microsoft Office. They have been assigned four major projects on simple machines, plate tectonics, animal cells, and DNA Electrophoresis. In these projects they worked in groups (collaboration) where they had to take their software knowledge and create 3D animations,2D designed layouts, charts, and graphs discussing these, topics. In that process they decided on how to model the topic so their presentation would provide an accurate description of what is taking place or the topic they were discussing (critical thinking and problem solving skills). Once they had their project created, they recorded voice overs explaining the science behind it, combined with background music, sound effects, video titles and transitions to create a final edited video to present. Theirproducts were amazing. These are just a few examples of what happens on a weekly basis in our school system. I think you get my point that we do in fact have a 21" Century Academic Program that incorporates col­ laboration, digital literacy, problem solving and critical thinking. If these examples don't fall into the 21 st century category Mr. Keister, then what does? I’m tired of our school system getting attacked by folks like you who do not want to support education and fail to recognize the wonderful things that go on in our schools. This is an awesome school system, with great teachers that are highly qualified and committed, wonderful students, and great academic programs. Our schools are over-performing when you consider the fact that we are one of the lowest funded school systems in the state. Recently in the State of Davie speech, Dr. Hartness shared that our county is in the top 10% of the top performing schools systems ( 115 total) in the state of North Carolina. In fifth grade reading our students ranked ninth, fifth grade math ranked Mlh1 eighth grade reading ranked third,eighth grade math ranked second, high school Algebra I ranked fourth, English I ranked sixth. The sad thing is, we have a high school that is overcrowded and in desperate need of being updated and repaired. Fortunately our Board of Educa­ tion decided along with the State Board of Education that the best - option for all the students of Davie County is to build one new high school for all. Yes, it Is going to cost taxpayers money, but I want my tax money to be a long term solution for the future of our students and not a multi-million dollar Band-Aid. Remember that when the study was done last spring by the Little group, the architects and engineers stopped evaluations of what would need to be done to the current high school campus when they reached a figure of $44 million. That is a fact. Ifyou don’t think we need a 21st century high school then you are out of reality with what's really happening in Davie County Schools. When I graduated from NC State in 2001,1 couldn't get a teach­ ing job at Davie High because there were not any openings.. I was blessed with a job in Forsyth, but it wasn’t my first choice. Back then teaching jobs at Davie were sought after. Once you started at Davie, you taught for 30+ years because of the great atmosphere anda great area to raise your kids.Think about all the teachers that taught their career or the large majority at Davie. They stayed here because they loved it and back then the high school was sufficient and crowding wasn’t an issue. We have to realize that our amazing teachers that have poured their heart and souls into a leaching career are getting close to retirement or have already retired. Enticing a young brand new teacher out of college is important. We want to recruit the next great generation of teachers to keep the excellence that Davie High is known for. We also want them teaching their careers here. Good teachers are hard to come by. If new teachers from the outside see that we are not committed to supporting our school system, do you really think they are going to choose to move here to teach? Even you have mentioned that one of the key components to the 21" century program is to have highly qualified, effective teachers. I couldn't agree more. At the last commissioner's meeting; you argued that the pro­ posed cost estimate was too low and that the total would be much more. Now you claim that a new building won’t influence the education of our kids and even if we did have the new building we don’t have the proper education plan in place. I assume you are OK with 28 trailers (most in horrible shape) on the school property. ,Are you satisfied with not having an auditorium and having to use funds and raise more funds for our fine aits department to use lo­ cal facilities? Have you experienced the major traffic congestion in the mornings and afternoons and lack of parking? Do you think having dozens of entrances to the building would never impose a threat should we have an intruder? Is it OK for our science labs not to be 100% compliant due to not being able to remodel an old building? Are our locker room showers sufficient with only a few nozzles that work and broken tiles? Are 15 -20 minutes plenty of time to stand in line to buy lunch plus sit down and eat it? With no available land to expand on, plus no space to displace students, would that cause educational issues if you were to renovate? Our gym seats a little over 1,200, so again we have no area to house the student body. These are a few of the issues that faculty and students face on a daily basis. Howeveryou say that bricks and mortar won’t affect the education process. I beg to differ. I care deeply about my students, athletes, and fellow staff. I am committed to this school district and will do eveiything in my power to make sure it’s successful whether it’s academic or athletics. What I will not do is sit by and let our school system get bombarded with false attacks. I am In full support of the new high school plan because it’s the right thing to do for all students of Davie County. Stop coming up with excuse after excuse and support our education system. Stop using stall tactics and let the people vote in November. I slaod firm on the ground that I will continue to defend our system and stand up for what is the right thing to do in our county. David Koontz Mocksville U A V lt L -uuivi Y t n t t x r K i a t K t t u K u , iiiurBuuy, winy y, au io • j Cuts To Services For Elderly Should Be Exem pt By Frcd Vorch and Allison Brown Davie County is not exempt from the negative effects of the Budget Control Act of 2011. Congress has dealt a serious blow to frail, vulnerable older adults with chronic illnesses who rely on a home- delivered meal, a ride to a medical appointment, or in-home aide to help with.simple activities they can no longer perform, such as housekeeping or bathing. Servicesprdvidedtoour cherished elderly should be exempted from the sequestration immediately. On April 4, the N.C. Division of. Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) relayed to the Piedmont Triad Re­ gional Council (PTRC) Area Agency on Aging (AAA) the final federal decisions about program funding re­ ductions for each of the 12 counties in the PicdmontTriad region. Davie County is slated for a fund­ ing cut in services to the elderly of nearly $3,000 for this fiscal year July 2012-June2013; and $5,800 in re­ ductions will be taken July I- Sept. 30. • In fulfillment of the federal regula­ tions of the Older Americans Act of 1965 (OAA) and North Carolina state statutes, the AAA administers the al­ location of a pool of funds, the Home and Community Care Block Grant (HCCBG), which is used to provide an array of services to persons age 60 and better. In the state fiscal year 2012-2013, slightly more than $9.5 . million was budgeted for allocation to the 12 counties of the Piedmont Triad Regional Council. These funds are used by agencies to provide critical services so seniors can age in place, staying in their homes as long as pos­ sible and avoiding the disruption and expense of institutional care. There are 17 categories of services funded by the HCCBG, including home- delivered meals, congregate meals, medical and general transportation, in-home aide, respite, and adult day care, among many others. In the directives received from DAAS, Davie’s agencies receiving HCCBG funds must cut $2,995 in services by July I, For the first time in the HCCBG process, reductions arc being mandated by federal and state authorities within specific ser­ vice categories, namely die nutrition programs hosting home-delivered meals and congregate meals, which account for $ 1,775 of the $2,995 cut to be absorbed this year. Of the ad­ ditional $5,800 cut to be taken in the following three months, $3,43P will be taken in the nutrition programs. More reductions are anticipated with the enactment of sequestration of the Budget Control Act of 2011 with the start of the federal fiscal year in October. Davie County Senior Services provides approximately 476 home- delivered meals each week. The agency utilizes HOCBG funds for approximately 37% of the meals, the majority of which are delivered to persons over age 80. The Meals on Wheels program is mandated to take a cut of nearly $450 this year between now and the end of June. Whilethis might not seem like much, it factors to nearly 140 meals for which Senior Services will be required to use alter­ nate funding sources within the next two months. In July, the Meals on Wheels program will start its fiscal year with about $860 less than the year before, which translates into a loss of 263 home-delivered meals. The county’s congregate nutri­ tion program received three times the cut of 'the Meals on Wheels program. Funding for nearly 407 meals - approximately $1330 - must be stripped from the budget by June 30. Between July and September, the congregate meals program will lose additional funding of nearly $2,600, representing a loss of 790 meals. While cuts for the specific nutri­ tion programs were mandated, the remaining reduction amounts were negotiated by the Davie County Ag­ ing Services Planning Committee (DCASPC). Thisgroupiscomprised of residents appointed by the county commissioners, including represen­ tatives from the faith community, health care, public entities, private entities, caregivers, the disabled, and representatives from the three agen­ cies in Davie County that receive HC­ CBG funds: Senior Services, Davie Home Health, and YVEDDl. The DCASPC met on April 11 to make difficult decisions. An ad­ ditional reduction of $1,574 had to be absorbed among the agencies for this state fiscal year. For next state fiscal year beginning July I, the DCASPC decided to allocate the remaining reduction amount of $2361 evenly among the three agencies for a net of $787 each. ForDavicHomeHealth, $787 equates to about 32 hours of in-home aide. ForYVEDDI,$787 factors to nearly 50 one-way trips for medical transportation (such as dialy­ sis) or 94 one-way trips for general transportation. While these dollar amounts and numbers of meals may appear small, decreases in services could not come at a worse time, as growth in the older population segment swings into high gear with the aging of the Baby Boomers. In Davie County, from 2000 to 2030, the 60+ age group is projected to increase 128%, from nearly 6,500 to more than 14,800 individuals, comprising 32% of the total popula­ tion. Of these, the most frail (age 85+) age group will grow 88%, as. will the moderately frail age group (age 75-84), also at 88%. Wliat will be the impact of the col­ lision between decreasing funding for services that support aging in place and the drastic rise in the number of elderly needing those services? Does it means that some may go hungry, some may not receive in-home aide services for tasks they cannot do themselves, some may not receive transportation to medical appoint­ ments, and some may be denied other important services that promote aging in place? Davie County must respond with an emphatic “No.” Kim Shuskey is the director of Davie Senior Services and a member of the DCASPC. “No one who is re­ ceiving nutrition services is going to be denied a meal in our county," says Shuskey. “We have not had a wait­ ing list for either Meals on Wheels or congregate meals. We will utilize our broad base of resources, such as do­ nations from individuals and church­ es, proceeds from our fundraisers, and earnings from our endowment through the Davie Community Foun­ dation. We will not cut any Services." Nick Beamer, president of the Na­ tional Association of Area Agencies on Aging, said: “Given the high costs of nursing home care, which average $72,000 a year nationwide, compared to the much lower costs of in-home and community based care, estimated to be a third of the cost of institution­ al care nationwide, you might think it is a no-brainer to exempt from the sequester those services that support aging in place." A study published by Brown University researchers in De­ cember 2012 substantiates that “for every additional $25 a slate spends on home-delivered meals per person over age 65, the low-carc nursing home population decreases by a per­ centage point." Davte County was allocated $4331,873 in Medicaid funds for 147 recipients of nursing home care dur­ ing state fiscal year 2012. Cbmpare that to $174,051 allocated for 409 participants in the county nutrition program. Which shows greater stew­ ardship of the funds: $28,788 per nursing home resident or $426 per year to feed one of our elderly who is aging at home, where they prefer to be? “Cuts to critical programs pro­ vided through the OAA will lead to a rise in the number of frail older adults with chronic illnesses who are cut off from in-home supports and services," states Beamer. “More older adults will suffer from poorer health due to lack of nutrition and preventative services, leading to greater Medicare and Medicaid spending, as well as reduced independence. Ironically, the consequences of sequestration may be more expensive titan the ’savings' generated by it." Unless Congress acts to curtail the sequestration, HCCBG budget reductions will be taken every year through 2021. Civic groups, the faith- based community,county leaders, and concerned citizens must exercise their creative energy to design and implement programs to supplement services for our cherished elderly and disabled. Davie County, we must act so that no older or disabled resident goes without the help they need to age in place with dignity and indepen­ dence. “We must call upon Congress to change course and reach a better compromise that I) makes invest­ ments, not cuts, in cost-effective home and community-based services and supports, and 2) provides for flexibility, not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ ap- . proach to funding cuts. The current and future well-being of our nation’s growing older population hangs in the balance," Beamer said. If you agree, contact your congres­ sional representatives. For more information about your congressional representatives and die work of the Davie Cpmtty Aging Ser­ vices Platming Committee, contact Chair Fred Voreh at fvoreh@yadtel. neor 753-3282, or Allison Brown, Aging Program Planner for Davie Comity, at abrown@ptrcj>rg, (336) 761-2111. Hollis Smith ATrue Ambassador For Senior Games Tothe editor The 2013 Davie County Senior Games are over for this year and with wonderful friends there to encourage me and have fun, I got through it with­ out my dear friend .Hollis Smith. She left us on Dec. 23,2012 to continue her many talents in Heaven. '■ . I signed up for Senior Games the first year it started in Davie County because I was asked to and I thought it was something I would try out, al­ though I never went out for sports in high school. Hollis found out about the games at.a meeting we were both attending and was ready to sign up that day. Hollis was competitive. I was in it for the fun. I soon learned from her that I was going to have to practice and get more involved than I had intended. Hol­ lis wanted competition so she etacour- aged me, told me I could do all these things with just a little practice. And so we practiced. She helped me with the things she knew how to do and we both worked at the things that neither one of us had ever done before. Hollis won a medal the first year went to the State Senior Games. It took me three years to win one. The State Games,wereiour goal.. Since she was two years older than me we did not always compete with each other on the state level. We always tried to beat each other but were always Sp SANFORD ilQTflR COMPANY , FORD PtALFRS-SDiCR 1113 Sates Service S t i l l W o r k i n g A f t e r M o r e T h a n 7 5 Y e a r s William “Bill” Brown of Mocksville holds an old advertising thermometer from Sanford Mo­ tor Company in Mocksville (the local Ford deal- erJ.The thermometer has a picture of President Franklin D. Roosevelt at the top and includes logos for the National Recovery Administra­ tion which President Roosevelt established in 1933 to stimulate business recovery through fair-practlce codes during the Great Depres­ sion/According to Mr. Brown, the thermometer still works after all these years. The Enterprise Record welcomes old photographs of Davie people, places and artifacts. Bring them by the newspaper office in Downtown Mocksville or send jpeg images with information to davie3@ centurylink.net. P t f O $ E 7 7 , j -T ltO C K S V I L L E , N iv C YmJnCsntaest a Fftrd £ 4*120 I ^l(K) V',I HO £ 90 * 70 21 AfiUiOJY PEOPLE CANrT BE WRONG happy when the other one won. Because of Hollis I really got in­ volved in the games. Each year we would add more games to the ones we were already competing in. We worked off and on all summer to get ready for the State Games in September. TTiese , two.old (anti getting older all the time) ladies did not know any better. We were playing other ladies in our age category and our intention was to beat them if all possible. I owe a lot to this wonderful lady who would not let me say no to any of these games she suggested and she also got involved in a couple of games that I had decided to tiy on my own. , In the 2012 State Games Hollis came home with nine medals. I came home with seven. Thankyou Hollis fora wonderful 20 years in the Senior Games and for the special friendship we had. Thanks also to Kathy Streit and Sandra Boyette for your help and encouragement along the way. There are so many other friends we made who helped us in this 20-year journey. Thanks to all of you for your friendship and for taking care of two old ladies who truly had the time of their life. I am not going away until I have to so I will be expecting the same care and love at State Games in September. I encourage anyone 55 and older to try Senior Games. Start next April with the Davie Seniors. Nancy Tutterow, Mocksville T h a n k Y o u F o r B e i n g H o n e s t To the editor: ITtis is to thank the young man in the beige truck who noticed my wal­ let lying on the bumper of my cor on Friday, April 26. He followed and stepped me before I realized it was missing. I was so surprised I’m afraid I didn’t thank him properly. He abso­ lutely refused a reward and I didn't think to ask his name. I hope he sees this and knows just how grateful I am for his wonderful act of kindness. Diane Peoples Harmony H i g h S c h o o l I s s u e T h e M o s t I m p o r t a n t O n e To the editor County commissioners have stated strongly in the past they want "to let the people vote." So, I urge you the let the residents of Davie County vole this November on the proposed new high school plans. To delay the vote is purely a selfish, political decision. By delaying the vote, you will potentially cost taxpayers much more money and. will delay the school opening by a year. There is no reason to delay this vote. I understand you have other items that you are working on, but this is one of the most important things in the county right now. As 30-year resident, voter and tax­ payer, I am paying attention to your actions and decisions. Gary C. Martin Sr. Advance More Letters Page 4 L e t t e r s W e l c o m e T h e E n terp rise R eco rd w e lc o m e s letters fr o m its read ers o n to p ic s o f lo c a l, sta te , n ation al o r in tern ation al iss u e s . A n effo rt w ill b e m a d e to p rin t a ll letters, p ro v id ed th e y are n o t lib e lo u s , v u lg a r o r in p o o r ta ste - T h e ed ito r re se r v e s th e righ t to ed it letters f o r g ra m m a r a n d fo r s p a c e . A U lettera sh o u ld in clu d e th e n a m e an d a d d ress o f th e w r ite i, in ­ c lu d in g a sig n a tu re. A tele p h o n e n u m b er, n o t to b e p u b lish e d , i s a lso r eq u ested . P le a s e h a v e letters In th e n ew sp a p e r o ffic e n o la ter th an 4 p m . M o n d a y o f th e w e e k to b e p u b lish ed . D a v ie C o u n ty E n terp rise R eco rd P .O . B o x , 9 9 , M o c k sv ille , d a v ie 3 @ c e n tu r y lin k .n e t. 4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 9,2013 R a le ig h R e p o r t House Working On Problems Ignored For Too Lowg By Jalia C. Howard NC House of Reprcsentalives The first 50 days of the 2013 legislative session have been in* credibly productive. The House of Representatives has been hard at work solving problems that have been ignored in state govern­ ment for too long. We began by tackling unemployment insurance rcfomi Jindthe $2.4 billion debt North Carolina businesses owed to Ihc federal government. Tlie reforms we nuide will result in a $1 billion re­ serve fund to ensure that such a debt never happens again. We also look immediate action to provide assistance to group home residents who were in danger of losing their Medicaid-cov­ ered personal care services. And wc made the fiscally respon- ' sible decision to opt out of Medicaid expansion and a state-based health care exchange, instead determining lhal future Medicaid decisions will be mndc by the state of North Carolina. We have begun working to fix Medicaid as U currently exists before ex­ panding a broken program. The House passed a bill improving North Carolina's voting proccss by requiring residents to show photo identification when voting. And we passed legislation protecting property owners from government overreach by proposing an amendment Io the North Carolina Constitution preventing stale and local govern­ ments from seizing private property for anything other than pub­ lic use. Education has been a top priority in the House the first 50 days of the session. The House passed HB 719, the Education Improve­ ment Act of 2013, replacing leacher tenure with n probationary system. It creatcs a system of annual report cards for ccvcli school system. The 2013 School Safety Acl, one of the strongest pieces of legislation in the country, passed the House unanimously. The steps North Carolina House has taken so far this session will have a long-term positive effect on our economy and will put North Carolina in a better position for job creation. Por the remainder of the session, we will be focusing our attention on working towards comprehensive solutions on tax reform, regula­ tory reform, and balancing the state budget without raising taxes. B e P r o u d A n d V o t e F o r O n e N e w H i g h S c h o o l lb the editor: The board of education, along with Davie High School ad- ministrators and county office staff, has done their homework. Their work addressed the needs of our students, was thorough, and made financial sense. They turned it in to the county com­ missioners who now need to make a decision. Tliis assignment should not be difficult to grade and it shouldn’t take long to grade. E m e r g e n c y P e r s o n n e l A r e P r o s To the editor: Thursday morning, May 2,1 had no idea that my day would soon be turning into an emergency. - ■ I am a 57-year-old ladywith Multiple Sclerosis, so lamused to experiencing pain and all kinds of symptoms. I felt clammy and' started having chest pain. The pain was severe <ind going all the way into my back. I thought maybe it was indigestion. I took Alka Seltzer and waited to see if I would see any results. No relief. My pain radiated down my arm and I knew this was different from anything I had ever experienced. My husband gave me an aspirin. It was no better. He called 911. The dispatcher gave him ideas to help. The paramedics were here in minutes as well as first responders from Smith Grove Fire Department. They have excellent triage skills and equipment. They got to work immediately and transferred me to the hospital. They all were knowledgeable and the same time working to calm everyone. Thank the Lord, it wasn't a heart attack but it's better to be safe than sorry. I am so happy to know that wc have these profession­ als in our county. My husband and I want to personally thank Davie County EMS paramedics, dispatcher and Smith Grove Fire Department first responders. These pros don’t get the praise they 'deserve. The next time you see them, thank them for all they do for our county. Kathy Coble, Advance A vote to have an election in November for a bond referendum to build one new high school for Davie County (and repurposc K building at the current high school site) would be an outstanding grade for everyone in the county (not just families with children in the school system). There have been many tours of the current high school campus, plenty of magnets given out and placed on our vehicles and sever­ al meetings held to see the renderings and hear the real facts of the plan. They say the third time is the charm - (lie people of Davie County are ready to vote in November and put this assignment in Ihe grade book. Do not be afraid to grade Ihe board of education’s plan. There is much to be proud of in Davie County and wc are ready to build one new high school for all in Davie County. Elizabeth Bumgarner, Mocksvillc C o o l e e m e e F e s t i v a l A S u c c e s s To the editor. Despite the mist cold weather and wind wc had a good turnout for the CooIeemee Family Fun Day. We would like to thank the Cooleemee Methodist Church for providing the hotdogs, Dustin Boger for donating cookies and the donation of drinks. . Thanks to everyone who donated items for our silent auction and bought 50/50 tickets. Congratulations Bob Benson on win­ ning the 50/50 and donating it back to the pool. Thanks for the music, Daphne Fiye for the jumping castle, Camp Manna for the sno cones Cooleemee and Jerusalem fire depart inents, Coolcemee Police Dep>artment and Davie EMS for bringing their equipment for our children to explore. A big thank you to everyone who donated money to help us restore our pool. When we invest in our children we invest in our future: Thanks to everyone who helped to make this event a success. There was over$13,000 raised for Jhepool at this event. Hellen Daywalt, Cooleemee Tlic House passed two bills reforming and protecting the voting proccss. House UilI 460 requires lhat funeral directors include the paperwork needed to remove the deceased from voter rolls in their documents given to families. Beyond the photo identification requirement, the bill takes steps to ensure the integrity of provisional anil absentee ballots. It directs the State Board of Elections to study the use of mod- riea.se See Howard - Page 5 W a t c h O u t F o r C h e m i c a l s To the editor: In a recent article, Triclosan was highlighted as a chemical up for further review by the FDA. Triclosan was noted to be "un­ safe and ineffective- in I97S by the FDA. So, why nre wc here 35 years later debating this? In "Slow Death By Rubber Duck," copyright 2009, (a book for ihc average person about all the po­ tentially dangerous chemicals found in our everyday products), Triclosan is mentioned in about 30 entries. It shows up in breast* miik, urine, toolhpastc, sunscreen, shampoo, deoderant, furniture, soaps and just about everything else we come into contact with everyday. We slather it on our hands, our hair and we eat it (tooth- . paste) and play with it (toys). U has been shown to be a hormone disrupter and linked to infertility and early puberty. Have you wondered why high school football and basketball players are bigger than NFL and NBA players were years ago? Wondered why girls arc maturing at 9-12 years old? I remember that there was only one fat kid in my elementary school. There was not one single kid with mental disabilities. There was no ADHD or autism. Asthma was rare. We have an annual kid friendly event here on our farm each fall and, out of about 25 kids, there are half a dozen with disabilities, a staggering number to me. TJic link between these chemicals and disabilities coincidcs with the time frames of their iniroduciion into our daily lives about 50 years ago. We cannot count on our government to protect us. There is no need to make signs and parade around town rniuing and raving. There is no need to vote the bums out. It is simple. As an indi­ vidual become more aware of the toxic soup you are swimming in' all day, everyday, and start to avoid all these products. As a consumer yon have safe choices, at reasonable prices, for your­ selves and your children. If wc'quil buying this stuff they will quit making it. We do not need more regulaiions. We can steer the market ourselves. On a related note, wc can also steer jobs back to the USA by demanding higher quality products. The junk manufactured over­ seas is flooding our market and chemically killing us. There are -articles, on a I1CguIar basis, about the toxins coming in on our goods shipped from overseas. For all of us who still wear overalls I would like to point out Ihni (here arc still two brands made in the USA: Pointer Bnuid is made right up the road in Bristol, Tenn. and Roundhonse overalls are made in OkIahoma-vTheir prices are competitive with the Chinese made Libeny overalls sold at the tractor supply stores. 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G r a n d J u r v r » • . >i^ues S u p e r i o r C o u r t DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE KECUKU, Thursday, May % ZUU - o Indictm ents The following were indicted by a Davie Grand JuryApril 29. - Debergerac JayQuan Alli­ son, conspiracy to commit rob­ bery with a dangerous weapon, attempted robbery with a dan­ gerous weapon. Jacob Colby Backstromt two counts each breaking and entering and larceny pursuant to breaking/entering, larceny of vehicle, conspiracy to com­ mit robbery with a dangerous weapon, attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon. - Isaac Lavon Bryant, break­ ing/entering, larceny pursuant to breaking/entering, possession of stolen goods, larccny of a firearm. - Anthony Leon Calhoun, conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon, at­ tempted robbery with a danger­ ous weapon. - David Darrell Duncan, Jr., sex offender employment violation. • Robert Lee Ervin, common law uttering of forged paper, resisting public officer. - Joe Rodger Gentry 111, fi­ nancial card theft, three counts larceny. - Reginald Anthony Glover, habitual felon, larceny from a merchant. - Lewis Scott Hayden, em­ bezzlement. - Michelle Dee Kinsey nkn Michell Kinsey Greiner, break­ ing/entering, larceny pursuant to breaking/entering, financial transaction card theft. - Carl David McKinney* taking indecent liberties with a child. - Willie Edward Patterson Jr., breaking/entering larceny pursuant to breaking/entering, possession of stolen goods, •larceny of a firearm. - Christopher Ray Payne, larceny. . - Roy Lee Pelote, four counts cruelty to animals. / - Lucas Paul Phillippe, cru­ elty,to aijunals.'' : • Madison Lynn Roland, conspiracy to commit robbeiy with a dangerous weapon, at­ tempted robbery with a danger­ ous weapon. - Devonte Alonzo Scott, conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon, at­ tempted robbeiy with a dan­ gerous weapon, discharging weapon in occupied dwelling/ moving vehicle. - Jennifer Kay Thurmond, five counts obtaining property by false pretense. H o w a r d . . . Continued From Page 4 technology in voting, paving the way for further efficiency through digital efforts. HB 648 allows individual counties to decide whether they open only early voting places in the case of second primaries. Currently, counties are required to open all voting polls for ev­ ery election, including, runoffs. The new measure would allow the counties to save costs by only opening voting centers for such votes. The House passed HB 839.. This legislation came about as a result of a working group of superintendents from across the state hosted by the speaker and other House leaders. Tlie bill eliminates burdensome reporting requirements for ad­ ministrators in our schools and instead allows them Io focus more time and resources edu­ cating our children. The bill’s authors worked closely with the NC Depart­ ment of Public Instruction to guarantee removing these re­ porting requirements would not have any negative effect on stu­ dent outcomes. Should you have any con­ cerns, do not hesitate to contact me. Legislative Office: 919-733- 5904; Mocksvilie: 751-8567; Julia Jloward® iicleg Jiet. The following cases were disposed of during Davic Su­ perior Court. Presiding: Judge Mark E. Klass. Prosecuting: Greg Brown, Rob Taylor, and Wcndy Terry, assistant DAs. - Amy Lynne Adams, em­ bezzlement, dismissed, civil settlement. - Donnie Lce Beaver, felony probation violation, probation revoked, sentenced io 10 to 12 months. - Dairon Gray Beeding, fi­ nancial card theft, reduced to wrongful retention of a mis­ placed card, sentenced to four to 14 months, suspended 18 months, submit to DNA testing, cost, $570 attorney fee. - Aron Joseph Burleson, fel­ ony obstructing justice, reduced to misdemeanor obstructing justice, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 12 months, have no contact with victim, cost. - Christopher Michael Davis, felony probation violation, pro­ bation terminated. • Derek Wayne Englert, two counts each breaking and/or entering and robbery with a dangerous weapon, sentenced to 51 tp 74 months, obtain mental health assessment, DART rec­ ommended, 316days jail credit, risk reduction sentence for treat­ ment on drugs/alcohol, $6155 restitution to victims jointly and severally with co-defendants; larceny after breaking/entering, felony conspiracy, first degree burglary, conspiracy to com­ mit robbery with a dangerous weapon, three counts second degree kidnapping, first degree burglary, conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weap­ on, two counts larceny after breaking/entering, conspiracy to commit breaking/entering, breaking and/or entering, dis­ missed per plea. - Katelyn Felix aka Katelyn R. Cleary, intentional child abuse inflicting serious bodily injury, dismissed, co-defen­ dant’s father pled guilty to felony child abuse; insufficient evidence that defendant is re­ sponsible for injuries. - Danny Patrick Geraghty. possession of stolen goods/ property, sentenced to six to 17 months, suspended 36 months, have no contact with victims, $5592 restitution to victims, submit to DNA testing, $450 attorney fee; breaking and/or entering, sentenced to six to 17 months to run at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 36 months; felony larceny, obtain­ ing property by false pretense, breaking and/or entering, dis­ missed per plea. • William Gibson, probation violation,probation terminated. • Karen Michele Hayes, DWI, sentenced Io 12 months, suspended 12 months, seven days active, not operate vehicle until licensed, credit for sub­ stance abuse assessment/follow treatment, $200, cost, $200 DWI fee; possession of drug para­ phernalia, sentenced to IOdays suspended 12 months; posses­ sion with intent to manufacture/ sell/deliver schedule I controlled substance, misdemeanor child abuse, dismissed per plea. - Raymond Thomas Miller, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community service, surrender license,not operate vehicle until licensed,$100,cost,$100 DWl fee; failure to maintain lane con­ trol, dismissed per plea. - Elizabeth Anne Myers, felony maintaining vehicle/ dwelling/place for controlled substances, reduced to misde­ meanor maintaining vehicle/ dwelling/place for controlled substances, prayer for judgment continued, cost, all personal items seized from defendant are to be returned to defendant; possession with intent to sell/ deliver cocaine, simple pos­ session schedule VI controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed per plea. , - Aaron Michael Ortiz, DWI, sentenced to 120 days, sus­ pended six months, 48 hours community service, not operate vehicle until licensed, $100, cost, $100 DWl fee; possession schedule III controlled sub­ stance, sentenced to 25 months, suspended six months; traffick­ ing in cocaine, possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, dismissed per plea. - James Ray Panis, 12 counts statutory rape/sexual offense with child more Ihan 4 and less than 6 years old, dismissed per plea; assault with a deadly weapon,communicating threats, assault by strangulation, dis­ missed per plea; second degree kidnapping, sentenced to 20 to 33 months, 155 days jail credit, obtain mental health evaluation, enroll in sex offender treat­ ment program, satellite based monitoring not required, $942 attorney fee; second degree kid­ napping, sentenced .to 25 to 39 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended three years, have no contact with victim, reg­ ister as sex offender, complete sex offender control program, satellite based monitoring not required; second degree kid­ napping, sentenced to 25 to 39 months to run at expiration of previous sentence, suspended three years. • - Christopher Perkins, injury to real property, statutory rape/ sex offense wiih child older than 4 but younger than 6 years old, dismissed per plea; tak­ ing indecent liberties with a child, sentenced Io 15 to 27 months, obtain mental health assessment, enroll in sex of­ fender control program, work release, permanent no contact order with victim, 319 days jail credit, satellite based monitor- , ing not required, $900 attorney fee;felony probation, probation revoked, sentenced to eight to l9months, 133 days jail credit. -Anita Home Proffitt, felony probation violation, probation terminated unsuccessfully. - Tony R. Rhinehardt aka Tonie R. Rhinehart, obtaining property by false pretense, mis­ demeanor larceny, sentenced to 10 to 21 monihs, obtain mental health assessment, DART rec­ ommended, obtain GED, work release, 30 days jail credit, $855 attorney fee; misdemeanor pro­ bation violation, probation re­ voked, sentenced to 24 months; two counts felony probation violation, sentenced to eight to 10 months each. - Glenn Thomas Smith, three counts statutory sex offense, three counts statutory rape/sex offense with person older or equal to six years, dismissed per plea; attempted second degree rape ,‘sentenced to 38 to 55 months, obtain mental healih assessment, DART program, enroll in sex offender control program, 409 days jail crcdit, $2000 attorney fee; taking in­ decent liberties with a child, sentenced Io 16 to 20 months to run at expiration of previous sentence, suspended three years, have no contact with victim, 10 days jail credit, satellite based monitoring not required; taking indecent liberties with a child, sentenced to 16 to 20 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended three years. • Deborah Kay Stokes, felony larccny, sentenced to five to 15 months, suspended 12 months, have no contact with victim, continue mental health treat­ ment, $500 restitution to victim; safecracking, dismissed per plea. - Jeffrey Lynn Talbert, two counts first degree sex offense with a child, dismissed per plea; misdemeanor sexual bat­ tery, sentenced to 75 months, suspended three years, enroll in sex offender control program, permanent no contact order with victim, $1565 attorney fee. - Christopher Taylor, pos­ session of a firearm by a felon, felony breaking/entering, sen­ tenced to 13 to 25 months, obtain mental health evaluation, DART program recommended, work release when DART com­ pleted, 52 days jail credit, $7125 restitution, $590 attorney fee; larceny after breaking/entering, dismissed per plea. - Chad Everette Viars, peti­ tion for termination of sex of­ fender status, petition granted. •Jonathan Todd White, rape of a child (bond motion), bond reduced to $97 JDOO secured, no drugs or alcohol in system while on bond, have no contact with victim or victim’s family. Case continued to May 28. D i s t r i c t C o u r t The following cases were disposed of during Davie Dis­ trict Court. Presiding: Judge’ April C. Wood. Prosecuting: Karen Biemacki and Wendy J. Terry, assistant DAs.- - William R. Armsworthy, driving while license revoked, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, sen­ tenced to 20 days, suspended six moriths.notoperate vehicle until licensed, $100, cost. - Michael Shawn Atkins, as-1 sault on a government official/ employee, sentenced to 30 days, cost; resisting officer, speeding 70 in a 55, two counts driving while license revoked, posses­ sion of open container/consum­ ing alcohol in passenger area,* failure to secure passenger under age 16, dismissed per plea; DWI, sentenced to 24 months, suspended 24 months, 30 days active,surrender license, not op­ erate vehicle, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, not consume alcohol, $500, cost, $100 DWI fee, $500 at­ torney fee. - ChristopherBaztukvassault on a female, dismissed,deferred prosecution completed. • Ashley M. Blanton, driving after consuming under age 21, sentenced to 30 days, suspended 12 months, complete substance abuse treatment program, not operate vehicle until licensed, limited driving privilege/$100 fee, $100, cost, $280 attorney fee! - Cynthia H. Burch, DWI, sentenced to 60 days.suspended 12 months,24 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse as­ sessment/follow treatment, limited driving privilege/$100 fee, $.100, cost, $100 DWl fee; speeding*77 in a 65, dismissed per plea. • John Martin Canter, misde­ meanor probation violation out of county, probation continued 12 months, continue treatment and report to probation officer, 48 hours community service, attend and successfully com­ plete family services program as directed; injury to real prop­ erty, dismissed per plea; DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24. hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle, credit forobtain substance abuse assessment/fol­ low treatment, $36 restitution, limited driving privilege/$100 fee, $100, cost, $100 DWI fee. - Manual H. Carranza, allow­ ing unlicensed person to drive, dismissed per plea of principle, - Candace D. Collett aka Candace April Darnell, two counts driving while license re­ voked, dismissed per plea; mis­ demeanor larceny, sentenced to 20 days, suspended 12 months, not-go back to Four Brothers. - Angelice C. Curry, mis­ demeanor probation violation, probation revoked, sentenced to 7 days CRV, attend all team management meetings.concem- ing minor child. - Melanie Renee Davie, speeding 90 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $25‘, cost. - Jennifer Elizabeth Deal, inhaling toxic vapors, deferred prosecution, 12 months su­ pervised probation, 24 hours community service, not be con­ victed of similar offenses, con­ tinue current treatment program, cost, $293.75 attorney fee, if in compliance charges may be dismissed in 12 months. - Matthew R. Dennision*, speeding 74 in a 55,reduced to exceeding safe speed,$25,cost. • Quentin Larmar Dulin, communicating threats, dis­ missed, prosecuting witness failed to prosecute. - M. Luna-Gonzales, speed­ ing 67 in a 55, dismissed per plea; no operator’s license, re­ duced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $100, cost. - Frank Edward Gordon, speeding 90 in a 65, dismissed per plea; driving while license revoked, sentenced to time served. • Curtis Lamonte Gray, pos­ session with intent to marni- facture/sell/deliver cocaine, maintaining vehicle/dwelling/ place for controlled substances, felony possession of cocaine, dismissed, defendant is in fed­ eral custody and cannot be produced for trial. - Anesha Harris, harassing phone cajl, dismissed, victim jeftcourt. * v* -!Corey Allen Hickman, driv­ ing'while license revoked, sen­ tenced to 120 days, suspended 12 months, not operate vehicle until licensed, $200, cost, 520 install fee, $170 attorney fee. -Amanda Gail Home, DWI, sentenced to 24 months, sus­ pended 24 months, 30 days active, surrender license, not op­ erate vehicle, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, do not use illegal substances', submit to warrantless searches/ random drug screens,.$800, cost. $100 DWI fee, $335 at­ torney fee; driving while license revoked, reckless driving to endanger, dismissed per plea. - Clinton Eugene Kellam, speeding 91 in a 70, prayer for judgment continued, cost. - Alton Randall Lane, two counts driving while license .revoked, sentenced to 120 days, suspended 18 months, not oper­ ate motor vehicle until licensed by DMV, $200, cost; driving while license revoked, dis­ missed per plea. - Kimberly Ann Mabe, driv­ ing while license revoked, re­ duced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $75, cost, $170 attorney fee. - Kathryn Brown McKee, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Dennis Ray Meadows, as­ sault on a female, sentenced to 150 days, suspended 36 months, 86 days jail credit, follow treat­ ment plan, have no contact with victim, $390 attorney fee; com­ municating threats, dismissed per plea. - Michael Milevoi, assault on a female, dismissed,prosecuting witness failed to appear. • Jessica Leeann Parker, failure to stop for steady red light, expired registration, ex­ pired/no inspection, dismissed per plea; driving while license revoked, sentenced to 120 days, suspended 18 months,24 hours community service, not operate vehicle until licensed, $200, cost, $280 attorney fee. - Donald Ray Perras, assault on a female, reduced to simple assault, prayer for judgment continued, cost, noi conimit similar offenses, $20 install fee, $223 attorney fee; second degree trespass, dismissed per plea. - Ivey Michael Prcscott, speeding 86 in a 65, reduced to exceeding safe speed,$25,cost; no license,dismissed.corrected. • Chad William Reavis, DWl, felony possession of stolen fire­ arm, reduced Io misdemeanor possession of stolen goods, sen­ tenced to six months, suspended 24 months, 72 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle, obtain sub­ stance abuse assessment/treat­ ment, not use illegal substances/ no medication unless prescribed, submit to warrantless searches/ random drug screens, $300, cost; simple possession schedule VI controlled substance, pos­ session of drug paraphernalia, reckless driving to endanger, canceled/revoked/suspended certificate/tag, dismissed per plea; misdemeanor child abuse, sentenced to 75 days, suspended 24 monihs, cost. - Matthew S. Reynolds, hit/ run failure to stop after prop^ erty damage, resisting officer, consuming alcohol by person 19/20,dismissed per plea; DWI, 120days,suspended 18 months, 48 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, $200, cost, $100 DWI fee. - Tony R. Rhinehaidt, DWI, sentenced to 24 months at ex­ piration of sentence serving, DART program. $225 attorney fee: misdemeanor child abuse, motorcycle/moped helmet viola­ tion, dismissed per plea. - Joshua Keith Roesch, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse assess­ ment/treatment, $100, cost, $100 DWl fee, $225 attorney fee. - James Joshua Rogers, as­ sault on a female, communicat­ ing threats; dismissed, mediated. - Falecia M. Shedriek.simpYe assault, dismissed, victim not present/spite warrant. -• Bobbi Jo Scheller, misde­ meanor probation Violation, pro­ bation ,revoked. sentenced to 45 days, nine days jail credit, cost. - Bennie Hughes Sims, felony fleeing to elude arrest wiih motor vehicle, reduced to misdemeanor fleeing to eliide arrest with vehicle, failure to heed light or siren, sentenced io 45 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, write letter of apology to of­ ficer, $500, cost; no motorcycle endorsement, fictitious/altered title/registration, unsafe pass­ ing yellow line, exceeding safe speed, dismissed per plea. \ - Donnie Eugene Vestal, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, crcdit for substance abuse assessment/follow treat­ ment, $100, cost, $ 100 DWI fee. - Cody David Wright, driv­ ing while license revoked, dis­ missed, corrected. • Austin Christopher York, speeding 87 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $25, cost. F ailu re to A p p ear - Nicholas Ray Culler, speed­ ing 80 in a 70, expired license, two counts no license, speeding 83 in a 65. - Manhew Thomas Denton, speeding 57 in a 45. - Bryan Daniel Edwards, no operator’s license, failure to bum headlamps. - Christina G. Jackson, mis­ demeanor larceny. - Angela Dawrt Lowery, pos­ session of drug paraphernalia, simple possession schedule VI controlled substance. - Phillip Paul Macy, posses­ sion of drug paraphernalia. • Ebony Renea Oliver, speed­ ing 93 in a 70. - Brian Lanc Simpers,speed­ ing 85 in a 70, driving while license revoked, expired regis­ tration. expired/no inspection. - Teresa M. Winstead, driving while license revoked. , / i 'll : : s : nj / • fl: i f I W 1E 1 m ! I i f :' ,II' 11 I-: i - ! ' i I: i; ■f ’ i iI ■: I « - D W lE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 9,2013 f i l l ! ' M tf eiTp1 ffit.ilw.AAft*-"- . ' . . j. !l" . - . y^j.Vto>K)W#a.„ iJffH. OMdivutwt-L ___ _____ Sam Linville (right) presents the grant check to The Clover Glub 4-H Hampton Smith and Nick Sinopoli present the grant RacheIBakerpresentsthegrantcheck Puppet Team. ■ . check to representatives of the Hunger Fighters. to the Wardrobe Warriors. Y o u t h - L e d P r o j e c t s G e t H e l p F r o m S U R F B o a r d The SURF Board Youth Grontmakcrs held their 20)3 grants celebration in April at the Davie Campus of DCCC. Quests enjoyed refresh­ ments and heard reports from the 2012 grantees about proj­ ects completed with last year’s grantmonies. • ; Following Ihe reports, 2013 grantsl. were •,announced; and large.’checks ’were presented to each of the recipients. All of the projects supported by the SURF Board are youth-led and must impactyouth in Davie County. In; 2012, the Davie High Hunger Fighters used a $4,000 grant to provide daily meals during the summer for 32 Da­ vie High students. The Davie County Young Filmmakers were able to pur­ chase an iMac for film editing purposes with a $1,300 grant. As part of their report, the film­ makers showed the audience a sampling of the videos edited with, the new iMac, including a commercial for A Full Mea-. sure in Advance, portions of their documentary about the old Farmington. School (now the Famungtqn ^.Community . Center);- arid a7music video 'from SURF’s PdpsicIe 5K in February. 2013 G ran ts Davie County 4-H Clover Club received $500 to purchase puppet show supplies, includ­ ing a stage for performances. The club presents entertaining -and educational puppet shows for pre-school and elementaiy students. - Davie County 4-H Ward­ robe Warriors received $1,000 to purchase stylish clothes that will be donated to A Storehouse for Jesus to be distributed spe­ cifically to teens. This project aims to bolster the teens* confi­ dence and help them fit in with peers. The ambitious young women of the Wardrobe War­ riors came up with the idea af­ ter realizing how quickly teen­ agers judge one another based upon appearance, and how harsh others can - be towards those who dress differently. The Davie High Hunger Fighters Stockings for School program received $500 to purchase school supplies that will be distributed mid-way through the year in order to re­ plenish materials for students. Following the celebration, board members met to discuss a new grant to the Davie High Odyssey of the Mind tcnm,, which was recently selected to compete in May at the World Finals at Michigan State. Sev­ eral SURF members recused themselves from the discus­ sion as they arc members of the team. The remainder of the SURF JBoard voted to help the OM Team reach this opportu­ nity by granting $2,000 to go towards registration fees. Guests commented on the excellent choices the SURF. Board had made in awarding the proceeds from the Popsicle 5K. “It is great to see young people organize an event to raise money and then award that money to help other youth and make a difference in their community”, said Phil Fuller. ‘These young people are pretty amazing.” Members'of-ljro Davie SURF, board, from left:,front - Molly Haitness, Rachel Baker, Grace Cain. Taylor Nelson, Katie Allison, Morgan Fuller, Brooke Summers; back - Hampton Smith, Ssiul'Navarro, Allison Staley, Salem Carney, Cassidy Webb, Sam Linville1 Nick Sinopoli, Noat * MacDoneII. ""Vi H “- 4 A family hug is the perfect reunion for Sara East and her children as she surprises them during their day at Cornatzer Elementary School. - Photos by Robin Snow 51SS3 ! , V ^ ' 4 ^ ' * < J ' i i « “ *. jW tt‘t 'f ^ ' Y , - SSf » 1 < • . 1 kW jW -V , h ■’ Sara East with her children - Grant, Anderson and Emily. M o m S u r p r i s e s C h i l d r e n For almost a year, Sara Esist has been in Kuwait • serving her country on a deployment with the N.C. National Guard's 882nd Engineering Unit based out of Mocksville. Her children - Emily, 11, Grant, 9, and Anderson, 6 - were here, going to school ev- ery day at Comatzer Elemen­ tary. Last week, after she arrived back in the states, East sur­ prised her children. During a school assembly, she walked out onto the floor. At first, the children just watched. Then after an OK from principal Dr. Cinde Rinn, they rushed to give their moth­ er a hug. East said that while she sent emails to her children regularly, she only got to Skype (a live online video chat) about once a month. ‘*1 did get to watch them open their Christmas presents (via Skype)she said. Tlie children thought it was cool when she called on New Year’s Day - because of the 18-hour time difference, it was already the new year in Kuwait. Life in Kuwait wasn’t easy. It was hot, and whils the men were allowed to work in shirt sleeves, in Kuwait, the women are not. At times, temperatures reached 136°. “I wanted to go,” she said. “I wanted to help and see what it was like.” Now, East hopes to go back to college, studying something in the forensic science field.Sara and Anderson have a happy reunion. H u g h e s . . Continued From Page I of. Hughes, and said Hughes suffers from neurological and physical impairments. His main areas of impairment at the time centered around problem solving, concentration and memory. HazeIrigg said Hughes has an arterial venous malformation (AVM), a tangled mass of blood vessels in his brain that prevents proper blood flow and infringes on areas where healthy brain tissue should be located. Hughes has a history of strokes, seizures, depression, anxiety, and limited use of his dominant right hand, Hazelrigg said. He was on a number of medications when he was admitted to the hospital, and those were changed and controlled as needed, as part of his treatment plan. The plan included cognitive rehabilitation, and Hazelrigg said although Hughes responded slowly at first, over time he made strides in his mental abilities. “The most notable improvement was in his ability to respond. Given time,he could usually come up with an answer to a question, but it would take him one to two minutes. (After therapy), the delay was much diminished, and often there would be no delays at all. His mempry, long and short term, improved, and his problem solving improved...all areas he ' had experienced problems in the past,'* Hazelrigg said. He attributed the improvement in part to the decrease in anxiety Hughes, seemed to experience, and on Nov. 2, 2012, Hughes was found capable of proceeding to trial, with another evaluation on Feb. 20,2013, yielding the ‘same recommendation. PAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 9,2013 - 7 HazeIrigg said while the process of preparing for trial could produce additional anxiety for Hughes, he believes he is capable of assisting his attorneys in his defense for trial. While he still seems to have no memory of the alleged murder or of the days and weeks before or after, “he can participate in a recreation of the events. His ability to participate in the reconstruction is important. He can look at the evidence and say ‘This happened.’ He can take the evidence and the theory from the prosecution and relate it to other aspects of his situation that he can understand,” said Hazelrigg. Hazelrigg said increased anxiety could once again impair Hughes* cognitive capabilities, making him again incapahle of being tried, and that because he “dislikes being in jail,” a lengthy jail slay could trigger anxiety. Dr. Claudia Coleman, a private-practice psychologist in Raleigh, said when she first evaluated Hughes, he understood the charges against him and the possible outcomes, but was confused about “a lot of his history” and could not recall events in the correct chronological order. He had right side weakness, problems walking and standing, dizziness and difficulty using his right hand, but has shown improvements, she said. “Walking is still difficult for him, but not to the extent it was, and he is able to move his right arm more...my opinion is being at Central Regional was totally therapeutic," she testified. She said his seizures -are mostly under control but he needs to stay on his medication and continue to be followed by W i n e r y H a s N e w V a r i e t i e s Misty Creek Farm & Vine­ yards in Farmington has intfo- duced three new sweet fruit wines: Chambeny made from Chambourcm with raspberry, blueberry, raisin, cranbcrry and strawberry fruit extracts; Rhap­ sody in Blueberry made from Cabernet Sauvignon and pure blueberry fruit extract; and Blackberry Cobbler made from Merlot and pure blackbeny fruit extract. “The addition of sweet wines to our cellar is a careful­ ly considered next step in our evolution as a winery,” said co- owners Kathy and Marge Nich­ ols. "The year-plus of intense preparation was well worth the effort." “Our customers and friends have patiently waited for these wines, and we are so pleased Ihat we can now meet their expectations," said co-owner. a doctor.for that. Coleman said she ' believes Hughes would be better off either at home or at the hospital as opposed to being in jail. "He is experiencing stress now that he is in jail. He is not getting enough exercise and he feels his medications are not being administered on the same schedule as they were at the hospital. If he can’t get his anti-seizure medicine on time, it can be life-threatening, and he knows that, and that is a concern for him.” Despite some ongoing memory problems, Hughes is capable of proceeding to trial, Coleman said. Hughes’ sister, Linda, testified she took care of Hughes prior to his arrest and would be able to do so again, if he was allowed bond. Rabil told Klass: "It’s clear he continues to suffer from problems...it’s hard for me to work with him. I have difficulty explaining things to him to get a rational response for evidence. The court needs to determine if he legally and rationally is able to assist me in his defense. There's still a serious question as to if he’s able to proceed.” Klass ruled Hughes is still incapable of proceeding to trial and ordered him recommitted to the hospital. There, Brown said, “Hughes will receive further treatment and rehabilitation toward the goal of having him achieve or return to capacity to proceed to trial.” Hughes waved at family members before he was led out of the courtroom. * * j ,, ■, Murder suspect David Hughes is escorted from the courthouse by Detention Of­ ficer Gene Ray. ., -PhotobyR obInSnow This home on Rolling Hills. Lane in Mocksville be­ comes a crime scene when a body is found. -PhotobynobinSnow D e a t h . . . Continued From Page I Samuel Pearcy said the'two. had been drinking the previ­ ous week, and that his brother was twirling a gun around, said Mocksville Police Capt. Nel­ son Turrentine. Samuel said he tried to get the gun away from ' his brother when he was shot. Michael Pearcy occasion­ ally stays with his brother. His wife has cancer and he some­ times is overwhelmed by car­ ing for her, Turrentine said. Officers recovered a 357 re­ volver^ which is consistent with wounds to both brothers. Two rounds of ammunition were also recovered. Samuel Pearcy was treat- ing himself for his wound, and his speech was slurred. He was admitted to Bajptist Medi­ cal Center, and investigators are waiting until he is off pain medication before conducting more interviews. Turrentine wouldn’t say whether Samuel had indicated why he didn't call authorities when the inci­ dent occurred. The SBI was called to help process evidence at the crime scene. Too much time had passed to conduct a gunshot residue test on the deceased brother, Turrentine said. The gun, however, was recovered next to the dead body. Investigators are waiting on doctors to tell them wheth­ er Samuel’s wound entered through his arm or back, Tur­ rentine said. Barry Nichols. . 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BeBone Hearing Care Centers are independenfy owned end operated. © 2013 Beltone. 8 -DAV Ili COUINH ISNTISKl'KISb; HtCUKU.TIlursday, May!), 2013 Building Permits • The following building permits were issued in Davie County, listed by applicant, type' of building, estimated cost, and location. ; - Shelco Inc., warehouse addition, $25,000,000, Ashley Furniture Way, Advancc. - Jimmy R, Lynch & Sons, storage building, $17,700, Ash­ ley Furniture Way, Advance. • Parker General contractors, 50-unit apartment complex, $3,254,467, Yndkinville Rd., Mocksvillc. - Davie Construction, Farm Bureau insurance building, $409,700, US 601 N., Mocks­ ville.. v - Homes by Vanderbilt, off- frame modular home, $147,700, Sheffield Rd.,Mocksville. - Clayton Homes of Winston- Salem, on-frame modular home, $170,000, Daniel Boone Trail, Mocksville. • R.S. Parker Homes, single, family dwelling, $178,000, Meadows Edge Dr., Advance. ' - Sears Home Improvement Products, replace 13 windows, $11,964, E. Renee Dr., Advance. • William Sawrey, storage building, $25,000, Howardlown Rd., Mocksville. - Champion Window of Greensboro, cnclose porch, $12,500, W. Eden Course Dr., Advance. • - Pilcher Enterprises, single family dwelling, $675,000, Dan­ ner Rd., Mocksville. - David Anderson, garage, $25,000, County Home Rd., Mocksville. - Michael Odell Pearce,ren­ ovation, $47,782, ExcaIibur Lane, Mocksville. - Ken McDaniel, addition, $170,000, DavieAcademy Rd,, Mocksville/ - Joseph Design and Con­ struction, house being moved from Forsyth County, $35,000, Woodlee Dr., Advance. - Morgan & Parker Build-, ers, landscaping/retaining wall, $65,000, Arnold Palmer Dr.,. Advance. - Ken McDaniel, single fam­ ily dwelling, $295,000, Milling Rd., Mocksville. - Champion Window of Greensboro, enclose porch, $8,900, 112 Wi Eden Course Dr., Advance. . - Justin Shaver, home foun­ dation,$4,000, Jamestowne Dr., Mocksville.. / • Ronnie Bivins, extension of bedroom, $14,400, U.S. 601 S., Mocksville. - BearCrcek Log Homes,sin­ gle family dwelling, $331JOOO, Lakeview Rd., Mocksville. - Samco General Contrac­ tors, retaining wall, $21,713.04, Latham Farm Rd., Mocksville. - Michael Anthony Chamber- lain, pool house, $ 15,400, Essex Farm Rd., Advance^ - Deckcd Out of the Triad roof, dog ramp, rescreen porch, $10,000, Baltimore Rd., Ad­ vance. - John Dillon, addition,. $30,000, Gun Club Rd., Ad­ vance. - Ralph Redmond, play­ house, $2,900, County Line Rd./ Harmony. - David Atkins, porch addi­ tion, $7,157, Yadkin Valley Rd., Advance. - Craig Carter Builder Inc., enclose carport, $16,000, N. Claybon Dr., Advance. - Ben’s Construction, ad­ dition, $27,000, Fescue Dr.,. Advance. -Timber&Stone,move toilet, add whirlpool, widen header in kitchen, $ 12,348.08, Hollybrook. Dr., Advance. • Craig Carter Builder Inc., single family dwelling, $275,000, Brookstone Dr., Ad­ vance. - Precision Decorating Cen­ ter, kitchen remodel, $40,000, Bermuda Run Dr., Advance. • Dianna Triplett, remodel, $5,400, Holman Street, Mocks­ ville. - Antonio Garcia, porch and storage building, $700, Sunset Dr., Mocksville. - Barefoot Pdols & Designs pool, $18,000, Bing Crosby Blvd;, Advance. Arrests The Davie County Sheriff’s Depaitment made the following arrests: •Aaron Lee Black,49,of US 64 West,Mocksvillewasancsted April 29 for felony conversion, continuing criminal enterprise, and larceny. Trial date: May 13 in Cumberland County. -MickeyWaiyneRosemanJr., 18, of Cummings Lane, Mocks­ ville was arrested April 30 for breaking/entering and larceny. Trial date: May 9. • Benjamin Lewis Hawotte, 33,ofSummitDrivc,Mocksville was arrested May I for failure to appearand harassingphonecnlls. Trial date: June 12 in Rowan County. - Matthew Holland Walker, 16, of Cummings Lane, Mocks­ ville was arrested May I for breaking/entering, larceny, nnd conspiring breaking/entering. Trial date: May 9. • Decarlo Fitzgerald Phifer, 41, of Troutman was arrested May I for failure to appear.Trial date: May 30. •Jonathan Paul McArthur,40, of Asheboro was arrested May I for failure to appear. Trial date: May 28. Sheriff’s Department Tlie following incidents were reported to the Davie County Sheriff’s Department. -OnApril 19 harassment was reported at a home on Ijames Church Road, Mocksville. • Fraud was reported at a home on Elm Street, Mocksville onApril 19. • On April 19 threats were reported at a location on Beau­ champ Road, Advance. • Larceny was reported at •a home on Deadmon Road, MocksviIIeonApriI 19. - On April 19 a disturbance and trespassing .were reported , at a home on Dcer Run Drive, Mocksville. -Abomb threatwas reported at a location on NC 801 North, Advance on April 20. • On April 20 threats were reported at a home on Richie Road, Mocksvillc. - Larceny was reported at a home on Willow Creek Lane, Mocksville on April 20. - On April 25 a break-in was reported at a home on Ijames Oiurch Road, Mocksville. - A break-in and larceny were reported at a location on Fred Lanier Road, Mocksville on April 26. - On April 26 a break-in was reported at a home on Sain Road, Mocksville on April 26. - On April 26 fraud was re­ ported at a home on Lakeview Road, Mocksville. - Vandalism was reported at a home on US 601 South, Mocksville on April 26. - On April 27 vandalism was reported at a location on Lake­ wood Village Road, Mocksville. - Vandalism was reported at a home on Daniels Road, Mocks- ville'on April 28. - On April 29 larceny was reported at a home on NC 801 North, Mocksville. • An assault on a female was reported at a home on Rhynedar- dt Rtpad, MocksviIIeonApril 29. - On April 29 larceny was reported at a home on Ben An­ derson Road, Mocksville. - Harassing phone calls nnd harassment were reported at a home on Liberty Church Road, Mocksville on April 29. • On April 29 larceny was reported at a home on US 601 South, Mocksville. - Harassing phone calls were reported at a home on US 64 East, Mocksville on April 30. - On May I the unauthor­ ized use of a motor vchiclc was A r e y o u a “ P e o p l e P e r s o n ” ? A r e y o u l o o k i n g f o r a w a y t o g i v e b a c k t o y o u r c o m m u n i t y ? C a n y o u e x p l a i n t h i n g s e a s i l y t o o t h e r p e o p l e ? If you answered YES to these questions, SHIIP needs you! SHIIP counselors help educate Medicare beneficiaries about Medicare, Medicare supplements, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D prescription drug plans and other issues involving Medicare. If you would like to leai;n more about becoming a SHIIP volunteer, call or visit: Davie C ounty Senior Services 2 7 8 M e r o n e y S t r e e t M o c k s v i l l e , N C 2 7 0 2 8 3 3 6 - 7 5 3 - 6 2 3 0 d a v ie ' ervices reported at a home on Deadmon Road, Mocksville. - Harassing phone calls were reported at a home on US 64 East, Mocksville on May I. Mocksville Police The following are from Mocksvillc Police Department reports. - The larceny of a chainsaw was reported April 30 from an outbuilding off Sanford Av­ enue. - Items were reported miss­ ing from a pocketbook left at a local business on May I. - Tlie larceny of money from an account at a local bank was reported May I. • A trespasser at a residence on Harding Street broke a glass door, it was reported April 23. - A vehicle parked at Rich Park was damaged, it was re­ ported April 22. - A truck parked off Avon Street was damaged, it was re­ ported April 20. ■ - The larceny of medication from a residence in Winward Circle was reported April 29. - The larceny of a John Deere riding Iawnmower from prop­ erty on North Main Street was reported May 2. - The larceny of copper wire from an air conditioning unit off YadkinvilIe Road was re­ ported May 2. Arrests - Olivion Alexander Brown, 34, of Northwood Apartments, was charged April 30 with as­ sault on a female. Trial date:1 May 16. - Jamie Michael Sheets of McCullough Road was charged April 19 , with two counts of breaking, entering and larceny from a vehicle. Trial date: May 9. • Eda Suyapa Bonilla, 38, of Winston-Salem, was charged May 2 with larceny. Trial date: Juiiefi.' \ ;- • - Cheryl Ann Dimaggio, 53, of Sunset Drive, was'charged . May 5 with' shoplifting. Trial date:Jui\e6. ••• M ocksville P lanners To D iscu ss G oals For Town C enter The Mocksville Planning Board will meet at 6 p.m. Thurs­ day, May 9. . .Board members will review a text amendment to the Zoning Ordinance in 8-3.7.16 Noncon­ formities. They will also discuss de­ velopment goals for the Town Center zoning district. The meeting is open tQ the public. A full copy of agenda items will be on file at the Mocksville Town Hall and the Davie County Development Services Department. Learn more by visiting the Develop­ ment Services Department on weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. or by telephone at 753- 6050. 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According to Rob Taylor, assistant DA, Hendricks was a PE teacher and coach at what was then South Davie Junior High, when he began a friend­ ship with a student who is now in her 40s and no longer lives in the county. The dates of the offenses were between Aug. I, 1983 and June I; 1985, when the student was in seventh and eighth grades. Taylor said the victim, a gifted athlete, and Hendricks became friends first through sports. “All of her home issues, she would confide to him ... as a young teenager, she was not getting along with her Dad,” Taylor said. Hendricks would leave notes to her in her locker, nnd the relationship progressed lo kissing in his office. At some point, Hendricks went to the teen’s home, when her. parents were away, and there was physical contact. Taylor said the victim said her “memory is cloudy” but that she docs not believe there was intercourse. Around" the end of the school year in 1985, another student reported something had happened between she and Hendricks, and an investigation was started. The school board and superintendent at the time decided the best course of ac­ tion was to fire Hendricks. Taylor said, “The victim and her parents didn’t think it was Q u e s t i o n s . . . Continued From Page I Hartness said the cost es­ timates were made by pro­ fessionals, and that the other schools mentioned may have included the cost of land (Da­ vie has a site on Farmington Road.) and were in Wake and coastal counties. “We’re build­ ing a school in Davie County," Hartness said. “The longer the project is pushed out, the more it will cost.” He said costs will also be lower because Davie is con­ sidering a replacement high school, not a new high school. That means some soft costs won’t be necessary, since many •items already exist. One of the questions referred to the $5 million included in the plan from county commission­ ers, not included in a proposed bond amount. Hartness said that was based on the commis­ sioners' past commitment - and that he understands all or part of that may have to be bor­ rowed.The board had indicated. that amount could be borrowed without a tax increase, he said. Jones asked if the school board's resolution . request­ ing the issue go to the voters would have to be changed if • the amount to be borrowed changed. County Attorney Gd Vogler said he wasn't sure. Another question was how much of the land at the cur­ rent site would be deeded to the C h a p m a n S h u tt D a v i e C o n s t r u c t i o n N a m e s T w o N e w V i c e P r e s i d e n t s ADVANCE - Davie Con­ struction Company recently announced that Rickie Shutt has been named the company's vice president of operations and Brad Chapman has been promoted to vice president of preconstruction services. According to president and CEO, Carl V. Carney, the new appointments were necessitated by the company’s growth as it celebrates its 20th year in busi­ ness. “Exceptional client ser­ vice is the key to our longevity, and both of these experienced . construction professionals have proven their commit­ ment to exceeding expectations while staying on budget and on schedule.” Shutt’s new responsibilities include project management and field operations including profit maintenance, evaluation and improvement of company processes and assurance of cli­ ent satisfaction. He brings four decades of construction experi­ ence, serving most recently as executive vice president of the in her best interest to pursue” the matter criminally. As a result of the relation­ ship, Taylor said, the victim went on lo have a tumultuous high school and young adult life, and has dealt with sub­ stance abuse issues. Sometime last fall, rumors about the incidents found their way to the sheriff’s department, and Capt. Chris Shuskey began an investigation that included examining the minutes from a school board meeting and per­ sonnel file related to Hendricks, and also interviews, with Ute victim. Taylor said another al­ leged victim was contacted,but she did not want to be involved'. Shuskey interviewed Hen­ dricks, who admitted having physical contact with the stu­ dent, but' he also said sexual intercourse did not occur. In courts Hendricks’ attor­ ney, Grady McCIamrock, said, “I don’t often say I am proud to be standing next to somc.one in court, but I am proud to be standing beside Ricky Hen­ dricks.” county when the new school is built. Hartness said it would be roughly 31 acres, and that the school board had included de­ molition of buildings and grad­ ing in cost estimates. That donation, Hartness said, would count as a match for grants should the old site be used for recreation purposes. “But there’s no guarantee a grant would occur,” Humphrey said. “I don’t believe I stated that,” Hartness replied. There were questions about how a new high school would impact renovations or additions at other schools. Hartness said the education board had priorities, and that a new high school is on top of the list. Maintenance will continue on all schools, and a recent re- districting decision will allevi­ ate overcrowding in a couple of elementary schools. * And if a new high school is built, maintenance costs for the high school would be very low for at least five years. There was mention in the questions of the county hir­ ing its own architectural firm to make a proposal. Hartness said the current plan has input from the community, students, teachers, state officials nnd in­ dependent consultants. “How much more money do we want to spend on studying?” He said the question indicated that the commission don’t trust teach­ ers, administrators, parents and experts. There were questions about the site, including a quote from a former superintendent that McClamrock said Hen­ dricks , who was bom and ra ised here and except for college has lived here all his life, has led an “exemplary life except for one bump in the road. He has paid dearly and will pay dearly go­ ing forward.” Hendricks, abandoned by his mother at a young age and raised by a stem father, was “emotionally immature” when he started leaching and wanted to be friends with all (he stu­ dents. Although at the time he was 29 and the victim was 13, • the “intention was for this to be a long-term relationship ” Mc- Clamrock said. After his employment was terminated and he turned in his teaching certification, Hen­ dricks worked factory jobs, coached Little League base­ ball teams and has been active in church, earning him a good reputation in the county, Mc- Clamrock said. “He is a humble man, not cocky, not loud, a good man. This bump in the road has been a hold-back in his life. I’m ask- the site “scares me to death.” The site is the same as pro­ posed for a split high school, and was OKd for construction in 2010, Hartness said. “This site has been one of the most extremely studied sites In Da­ vie County.” A question asked why they thought this issue would pass when three had failed while the current campus is deteriorating. This vote, Hartness said, is the only one for a single new high school. 44aHie current high school has not been allowed to deteriorate,” he said, going over hundreds of thousands of dol­ lars worth of projects over the past several years. “That is an insult to our maintenance staff. I don't understand how you can claim that (with the money spent) holding it together ” He said there is no intention of proposing another plan for the current site unless the bond vote fails. “Pvjj answered these 13 questions. My question to you: what more information do you need on whether to let the peo­ ple of Davie County vote on a school bond in November?” Wisecarver stud the board is in the middle of a difficult bud­ get. 'That’s our first priority. After that’s tak.en care of...” Jones said the tax impact needs to be decided. “There are other questions that have to be answered that don’t come from you,” he said to Hartness. “I hope you can multt-task over the next month,” Hartness said. *'We have a solution and we’rtf ready to give the people an opportunity to vote.” ing you (Klass) to let him lead as normal a life as he can with the label of sex offender taped around his neck for the rest of his life.” • The maximum sentence for the charges is 10 years on cach charge, for a total of 20 years in prison, but Klass sentenced Hendricks to three years and suspended that for two years of supervised probation. He is to submit to DNA testing, enroll in the sex offender control pro­ gram, register as a sex O!Tender, and have no contact with the victim. He is to pay court costs. Hcndricks has to receive special permission from his probation officer and from the superintendent to attend any school events related to his children. Taylor said none of the ad­ ministration from South Da­ vie nor the school system who were involved in the case are still with the system, and that the mindset 30 years ago was different than it is today in terms of how these cases are handled. The People Speak - Again A majority of the people al­ lowed to speak encouraged the board to put the issue on the ballot in November. “I think it’s time to let the people of Davie County be heard - not a year from now, but in November.” said Don Routh. ‘The board of education has brought the best plan... and they have the backing of Davie County.” 44People have had faith that you will do the right thing for all of our kids,” said Julius Suiter. '4That decision is not yours alone. It is the decision of all people in Davie County. Give them the opportunity to vote ... as soon as possible.” “Work together,” said former superintendent Dr. Bill Steed. “It’s a win yin. Come out of this and surprise some people. Put this on the ballot in Novem­ ber.” ; Shane Nixon read from the U.S. Constitution, and said the nation’s founding fathers want­ ed us to live in harmony. 4aLet them vole as early as you can. It might be the only path to do­ mestic tranquility.” Johnny Millen “I do feel we have a proposal that does merit a vote.” Two people spoke against the proposal - Rachel Helm and James Kowles of Farmington. I VJ? F Icn d rick s 44The board then made a de­ cision based on the information they had, and it was handled the way they and the victim’s parents wanted it to be handled. Obviously, now it would be handled differently, because the law requires a criminal investi­ gation.This was not handled by current administration at South Davie nor inuhe central office. Tlie current board has nothing to do with this decision from 30 years ago and it shouldn’t be a reflection on them,” he said. Supporters of the proposal remind Helm of the tactics of Democrats on the national level. “We’re being manipu­ lated and tricked. Ii sounds like Benghazi or Obamacare. This new high school is eight miles to the East... in the richer part of the county. Who should drive further - the richer or the poorer?” About the square foot cost estimate: “Dream on,” Helm said, “especially to make it safe.” Kowles said that senior citi­ zens have been under-repre- sentcd at meetings about the issue, and gave stats that the elderly is the fastest growing segment of Davie's population. “When you raise taxes, you take away other choices. Pretty soon, there’s no chance for any­ one to get ahead.” Charter anc private schools offer more op­ tions for students, and teacher salaries are more' important than bricks and mortar, KowIes said. Randy McDaniel Sr. said if one project (the new high ; school) is done after a compre­ hensive study, then all projects should be done. Fred Voreh said his comment wasn’t for or against a new high school, but commission­ ers should consider the impact on the aging population. John S. Clark Company. He is a graduate of N.C. State Uni­ versity. Before his promotion,Chap­ man served for 10 years as a project manager with Davie Construction, with increasing management responsibilities. His new position involves the coordination of architectural and engineering plans, estimat­ ing and contract negotiations. He is a graduate of the Univer­ sity of North Carolina at Cha­ pel Hill,and'has held LEEDAP credentialing for five years. Celebrating its 20* anni­ versary, Davie Construction, based in Advance, is a general contractor licensed to operate in seven states in the Southeast. The company's projects include design/build, upfit/renovations and sustainable construction to LEED standards. 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Projects completed before April 27: toiletry item drives for Davie County Cancer pa­ tients led by the DHS Jr. Civi- tan Club, plumbing work at a local home that had been with­ out a working tub for several months, and the staining of the wheelchair ramp at the Dragon­ fly House. And there is more to come. Threewheelchairrampswill ___________________ __ ____ be built. A group will paint the Master Gardener volunteers Sue Howard, Pat Tilley and Blair Gardner spruce up the landscaping around the Davie County Courthouse as kitchen floor and door at Fatm- part ot the Day of Caring sponsored by the United Way of Davie County, ington Community Center as well as some general landscap­ ing. Another project to be done is the weeding and placing of edging material around the . UnitedWayButterflyGardenat Rich Park, in addition to a bird , bath fountain in that garden to attract butterflies and birds. “Davie County United Way is thankful for each volunteer, who took the time and will take the time to inspire hope for a better tomorrow in our community and help neighbors in need,” said Melinda Beau­ champ, director. 44This is what United Way means by Living United.Thank you.” The mission of the Davie United Way is to advance the common good of Davie County by uniting the resources of the community to identify and ad­ dress the most pressing human nee s' Volunteers Judy Young and Darinka Burke from Walmart work on landscaping at a group home. Young volunteers are hard at work. M wm Ssr8 HUE WBIEO UtfUWlED W “««*»£*!i, I' : l, UtfE IWWTEO ’ Jordan Earle, Parker Correll, George Mitchell and Ryan Heath, Davie High School War Ea- Volunteers pressure wash a group home, and then T.J. Daniels gets a gles, unload the van for KidsFest. They also helped direct traffic for the annual event support- hug for his efforts from resident, Chris. jng Davie families. Business After Hours M a y 1 6 E v e n t A t W i n M o c k T o S h o w c a s e D a v i e B u s i n e s s e s TheDavieCountyChamber ing event for Thursday,-May Many chamber members of Commerce has scheduled a 16 from 4-7 p.m. at WinMock will showcase their products Business After Hours (BAH) at Kinderton, 168 E. Kinderton and services and offer discounts and Tabletop Expo network- -Way, Bermuda Run. and free samples. Restaurants Monday- Thursday 7:00AM- 3:00 PM Breakfast & 7:00AM- 8:00 PM 7:00 AM- 3:00 PM THE FEEDBAG RESTAURANT 9 9 8 -1 1 0 9 D a i l y F r e s h S o u p s MAY SPECIAL; Steak or Sausage Biscuit $.99 Mother's Day Special Ior MOMi1T-I FREE Miik Shake Saturday. May 11th r l l l l FarmmgtonFreshFrenchFries ttfj B e s t B u r g e r I n T o w n ! Farm Fresh & Fast! Dine in or Out Catering & Outside seating At the Crossroads of Farmington Road 998-1109 and vineyards will be on site to offer food samplings as well as wine tastings with the option to purchase bottles of wine.‘This event is designed to accomplish two key goals: first, it provides a networking oppor­ tunity for our chamber mem­bers; and second ,.it provides business-to-business and busi- ness-to-consumer interaction for our display vendors so that they may develop new aware­ ness of their products/services and ultimately increase their customer base” said Carolyn McManamy, president of the chamber. “Based on our cur­ rent vendor reservations, we’re expecting the upstairs loft of WinMock to be very busy that evening.“Hosting a large event at WinMock which is located on the county line provides a great venue for a regional net­ working event. Since business doesn’t stop at the bridge, we have extended invitations to other area chambers for their members to join us that eve­ning. We encourage any busi­ ness men and women to join us on May 16 who are interested in learning more about the Da­ vie County Chamber of Com­merce and/or looking to make a lot of business connections in one location.” Business After Hours are informal networking meet­ ings that allow members and prospective members to meet. Hosting businesses showcase their business to guests nnd have an opportunity to speak about their business during the announcements portion of the evening. These events are one of several networking opportu­ nities organized by the cham­ ber of throughout the year. For more information or to register, email c/jatnber@ daviecounty.com or call 751- 3304. A n n u a l M a s t e r G a r d e n e r P l a n t S a l e T h i s F r i d a y The Davie County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association’s annual Spring PIantSnIe is Friday1May IO from 8 a.m.-l p.m. in Downtown Mocksville, beside the Coopera­ tive Extension Center at 180 S. Main St. Plants will include shrubs, perennials, annual flowers, herbs, and houseplants. Most are divisions or have been pro­duced by the MasterGardeners. Perennials make up a majority of the selection, with plants such as daylily, iris, hellebore, and many more. Prices are reasonable, so get there early for best selection, said Davie County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association PresidentBIairGardner. Atlas garden gloves are available for $550 n pair or $15 for three pairs. Again, this year is a raffle for two mixed containers. RafHe tickets will be $1 eoch or $5 for six tickets. The Spring Plant Sale is the Master Gardeners’ primary fund raising effort for the year. Tlte Master Garxtsners work on many projects throughout the county, and their fund raising efforts allow them Io contribute to these projects. DAVIE COUNTY EN I EKFKIbt KtLUKu, xnunuui, maji., m JoAnn and Earl Lester and another resident look at an aerial Davie Economic Development Commission President Terry Bralley speaks at the rally that kicked off map of the area at the Mill Open House last February.the Mill Project in Cooleemee. Cooleemee Still Seeking Input On Mill Project COOLEEMEE • If you have an idea about what the com­ munity needs or wants to see in the old cotton mill, then you need to share them at the Mill Design Workshops being held on Saturday, May 18. 4There are many local peo­ ple who dream of starting their own business or have amazing ideas about what would draw people here to the mill,” says Mayor Lynn Rumley. “The ideas we hear from people at these workshops will have a significant influence on the di­ rection of this project over the next decade." Tbking place at the VFW Post 1119 on NC 801, three sessions will be held that Sat­ urday - at IO a.m., noon and 2 p.m. There will be plenty of morning refreshments, sand­ wiches for lunch nnd afternoon snacks. “We are only asking for two hours of your time,” Commis­ sioner Jean Snead said. “We plan to write down each idea on its own index card and these ideas will be used to pursue po­ tential business and institution­ al tenants to fill the mill.”, Snead believes everyone can take two hours out of their schedules to help determine Cooleemee’s future. Each session will be orga­ nized into five stations where smaller group conversations can take place. Those attending will move from one station to another about every 20 minutes. Mill designer Mac Jordan and architect Andrew Idatridis will be at one station to explain the stages necessary to redevelop a mill—from design, marketing, finding investors and utilizing historic tax credits. Local architect John Fuller and Cari Hopson, a commu­ nity planning advisor from the Department of Commerce, will be running a station that asks residents to think about how to preserve the places and streetscapes they most cherish in Cooleemee. “You really have to plan how to keep what is most important to you,” says Fuller. “If each of you would bring a photo to the workshop of a Cooleemee vista or streetscapc you think is most beautiful or unique, that will help.” “How will the Mil Proj­ ect affect you and your, fam­ ily?” That is the question John Chandler’s station will explore. While there is a lot of excite­ ment in the town about the mill project, many want to know whether or not mill redevel­ opment will result In a tax in­ crease. Rumley, who is also the mill project manager, will run a sta­ tion. “I want to share our list of the mill project's long range goals. If there’s no consensus on what we hope Cooleemee will look like 20 years from now, it will be hard to guide this huge effort.” A copy of the project’s tenta­ tive list of goals can be found on the town bulletin board near the Post Office, at the library in the shopping center and on the town’s website. “Over 350 people turned out for the February Mill Open House,” says Town Planning Board Chair Peggy Foster. “But now we need your voice is heard and your voice re­ corded. Think about how much foresight was needed by those who first built the cotton mill. Its economic impact built our town and kept it going strong for a half a century. Now it’s our time to envision a new eco­ nomic force for our future,” says this Cooleemee native who grew up on Watt Street. “I hope I live to see it fin­ ished.” Bm Refrigerator magnets advertise the upcoming Com­ munity Design Workshop for the Mill Project on May 1 8 . 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That’s when Davie’s at its.best. * Davie didn’t win Inst week's Central Piedmont Conference Tournament, but the War Eagles sure did make their presence felt at host West Forsyth. They hit two walk-off home runs in a span of throe days, courtesy of Ben Beeson and Malt Vemon, to emerge with the No. 3 playoff seed. Davie, Reagan and Reynolds tied forthird in the regular season. The tour­ nament was the tiebreaker, and Davie came out on top in that battle. Reagan got the fourth and final berth from the CPC, while Reynolds called it a year. “You’d rather be lucky than good sometimes,’’ coach Bobby Byerly said. “It’s not good for your heart, though. We did it twice in one week. Holy cow. (Senior Nick) Boswell said it pcifcctly. He said: ‘I’ve never, ever been apart of a walk-off home run and we’ve had two this week.’ It’s pretty wild. What a season.” In the first round,No. 3 Davie faced .No. 6 Mt. Tabor. The teams split in the regular season, with each winning by Please Sec Baseball - Page B5 ic.-c : A sliding Morgan Hencjrix of Davie’s varsity softball team beats the throw to West Forsyth’s Taylor Ferrell. E ye O p e n e r Davie Beats West, Gives No. 1 ND A Scare By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record The Davie softball team didn’t have much to smile about when it faced West Forsyth and North Davidson - the 1-2 teams in the Central Piedmont Confer­ ence - in the regular season. Davie was swept by both, giving the War Engles a four-game losing streak to West and a 31-game drought against North. In last week’s CPC Tournament at Rich Park, the War Eagles needed something positive to happen when matched against a formidable oppo­ nent. And they got the breakthrough they’ve been waiting for. ' In the semifinals, the War Eagles jumped on West with both feet and rolled 13-3. They lost 5-1 to North Davidson in the final, but they led 1-0 after five and a half innings and slowed down a 23-2 power. Davie has won five. of six to improve its record to 12-10 . “This team has matured so much this year,” coach Darby Bcck said. “We’re peaking at a good time.” The first round was a gimme for the third-seeded War Eagles, who drubbed No. 6 Reynolds 15-0 in three innings. In the semifinals against No. 2 West, they played like Beck thinks they’re supposed to after losing 4-3 and 7-2 to West in the regular season. Davie led 6-0 after two innings and 9-0 after five. "The girls hit the ball and they did all the little things," Beck said, “if we needed a bunt to move a runner, we did it. We were really aggressive running. It was a Iotof fun." Davie outhit West 11 -7, getting two hits from AUie Fruits (2-3), Brooke Ball (2-3), Sarah Myers (2-4, three RBIs) and Kristina Parrish (2-5, two RBIs). Morgan Hendrix reached base four times, going I for I with three walks and a sac bunt. She scored four times. “We’re playing really well right how,” he said. “In the first game with West, walks killed us. In the second game, the score didn’t indicate the game at all. We had runners on and couldn’t get them across. This lime it all clicked. “Kristina played really well. That girl’s got an arm. I’m talking about she threw some bullets to first base. Caroline Miller did too. “Sarah has been key all year. Her batting average is way up there. Shejust gets it done. When she comes up, you know she’s going to put the ball in play. Very seldom does she ever strike out.” Hendrix and Abby Daniels drew walks to spark Davie’s three-run first. After Caroline Miller dropped a sac bunt, Parrish came through with a two-out, two-run single. Lauren Taylor followed with an RBl single. Davie put up three .more in the second, chasing West pitcher AUie Wooten in the process. Fruits walked, Ball singled, Hendrix singled to knock in a run, Daniels walked and Myers- provided a two-run hit. Myers went the distance in the circle, allowing one earned run and dropping West’s record to 15*6. “Sarah was able to get through some spots she wasn't able to get through in the past,” he said. One inning when West had runners at first and second. Miller, the third baseman, made a play that sapped some life from the Titans. “Kristina was getting to third but couldn’t gel there in time, and Allie couldn't get to second in time,” he said. “Caroline went ahead and got an out at first. So she looked at two bases before she made a throw.’’ With Elizabeth Holland attending a funeral, Beck decided to put jayvee freshman Kasey Potts at first. Potts validated that decision. “She did a real good job,” he said. . Ball was 2 for 3 and even her out was fun to watch. “She hit a rope,” he said. “I’m Please See Softball • Page B4 Runners take off in the mile race in the middle school conference meet at North Davie. tephon Dallon never lost in the 165 hurdles. • Photos by Jam es Barringer Hough, Dalton Lift Ellis Middle To Track Title Covey Hough and Stephon Dalton dominated in the boys track Sc field conference meet and helped Ellis place second as a team, and Brenden Steele of North Davie was the only double . winner individually in the county. Hough, an eighth grader, won the long jump at 16 feet, six inches to complete an undefeated season. Earlier in the season, he set the school record at 18-2. Dalton, an eighth grader, remained unbeaten in the 165 huTdles as he ran 24.03. His school-record time is 22.31. Dalton added a pair of second-place finishes (100, 200), while Hough was second in the triple jump. David Jones, Chris Mathes, Alex Crotts and Vincent Bellomo placed sec­ ond in the 1600 relay as EUis finished second behind Asheboro. For North Davie, which finished third as a team, Steele captured the 100 and 200. The eighth grader set a M o r e P h o t o s P a g e B 2 conference record in the 200 at 24.47. North claimed two relays. Steele, Buddy White, Avery Vining and Zach Noriega won the 800, while Ricardo Mojica, White, Vining and Kyle Mc- Cune won the 1600 with a season-best time of 4:19.78. Vining and Noriega were second in the 400 and long jump, respectively. Chris Mayhew (discus) and Jacob Endicott (HO hurdles) paced South Davie with second-place finishes as the Tigers checked in fourth as a team. Two relay teams - 800 and 400 - placed second, and the same foursome did it both times - Hunter Akers, Broc Bamette1Cameron Playerand Brandon Hendricks. Worth Noting... Caleb Matbis of Davie boys track & field won the CPC in the 110 hurdles for the second time. Boyce Seals (triple jump) and KenyonTbtum (high jump) also won CPC championships on the boys side. For Davie’s girls, freshman Hannah Dove captured the discus. Davie junior golfer Philip Kelley won the CPC’s 18-hole tournament, shooting an even- par 72. He made all-CPC for the second time. Sarah Myers gave up one earned run in seven innings; Al- He Fruits, Brooke Ball, Myers and Kristina Parrish had two hits each; and Morgan Hendrix reached base four tiroes as Davie softball smacked W. Forsyth 13-3 in the CPC Tournament semifinals. The Davie baseball team won twice on walk-off home runs. Ben Beeson's two-out, two-strike, three-run shot beat Tabor 5-3; and Malt Vernon’s grand slam lifted Davie past Reagan 7-6. Scott Gallimorc, the Davie tennis team’s No. I seed for four years, went 15-4 this season and 60-22 for his career. Jam es Boyle and Jesse Draughn pitched brilliantly in relief, and Brandon Horton, Boyle and McKay Chamberlain combined for seven hits as Ellis baseball defeated Tyro 6-4. Cameron Fuller sparkled on the mound in N. Davie’s 10-1 win over Brown, pitching a com­ plete-game 4-hitter. He also went 3 for 4, as did Evan Marshall. Covey Hough (Iongjump) and Stcphon Dalton (165 hurdles) of Ellis won first place in the league’s track Sc field meet. N. Davie's Brcndcn Stcelc was a double winner (100,200). Steele, Buddy White, Avery Vining and Zach Noriega won the 800 relay, while Ricardo Mojica, White, Vining and KyIe McCune claimed the 1600 relay. B2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD; Thursday, May 9,2Q13 m r. £ *v MatlAIIen (right) runs the 800 meters! In middle. Trey Ferguson long jumps for South Davie. At right. Chris Maynew throws the discus for South South Davie's high jumper is seventh-grader Broc Barnette.Photos by James Barringer C h n s M a v h e w th ro w s th e s h o t o u t fo r S o u th South’s Jacob Endicott (left) and Ellis’ David Jones (middle) run in the mile relay Chris Mathes competes in the shot put. SD s Jacob Endicott and ND’s Chns Wall in 110 hurdles I?f-JW fvr» Brenden Steele and Stephon Dalton run the 200. Austin Miller and Caleb Johnson run 110 hurdles. Taylor Robertson. Kinston Whitener and Zach Noriega in 4x2 relay DAVIE COUNl Y ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursdny, May 9,2013 - B3 Ik, m V/*f e W * * ■ ^ ' * I I n ?is- I I • •: : ; I I i' BO TI Kelley Cards Even Par 72* Wins Match NIT Champs The Davie Fastbreak 7th grade USSSA basketball team won the 2013 National Invitational Tourna­ ment in Greensboro last weekend. The Fastbreak won a total of four gam es on May 4 and 5 to win. From left: Nick Winter, Austin Arne, Curtis Gray, Will Shepherd, Coach Rac Carmer, Tyler Carmer, Mason Wilson, Cliff Harris, C hase Spittler, Ross Starnes, and Coach Tracey Arnold. Philip Kelley and the Davic golf lcam capped a successful Ceniral Piedmont Conference season In the league's 18-hole grand finale al Bermuda Run East last week. The War Eagles tied lor sec­ ond on the day and protected second in (he IinaI standings. That means Davie earned one of three berths to the Midwest Regional. Kelley was the star of the day. winning medalist honors with an even-par 72. The junior made the all-CPC team for the second time, while senior team­ mate Chase Moore made it for the first time. Reagan won the 18-hole competition with a 22-over 310. Davie and Reynolds lied for second at 317. In the overall standings, the War Eagles finished second for the second straight year and the third time in four years. 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Davie lost 5-1 to North Da­ vidson in the tournament final, extending its CPC'title drought ■toi2 years, but Bcck could take solace in the fact the War Eagles Allie Fruits, a junior who plays second, puts the bat on the ball as Davie routs West in the CPC Tournament. - Photos by Jim Barringer Caroline Miller takes a swing. At right, coach Darby Beck talks to Caroline Miller, Sarah Myers and Abby Daniels. F r e e C l a s s i f i e d A d s ! F o r I n d i v i d u a l s S e l l i n g S o m e t h i n g F o r L e s s T h a n $ 5 0 0 _____________1 -8 77-751-2120 were so close to beating North for the first time since 2001 they could taste it. They carried a 1-0 lead into the bottom of the sixth. That’s after losing 12-0 and 6-0 to North in the regular season. “Our girls played a heck of a game,” he said. “We were five ouls away. It was a fun game to watch. That was a ballgame.” Myers stymied the Nodh bats - for five innings and allowed two earned runs. Miller relieved in the sixth. uSarah is pitching awesome,’* he said. “We use four pitches, there's four speeds and she keeps everybody olTbaiance. You don’t know if it's coming hard or soft or in between." With the game scoreless • in the third, a close call went against Davie. Ball hit a double. With two outs, Daniels smoked a single up the middle - but Ball was gunned'down at home. "I thought she was safe,” Beck said. Parrish roped a two-out triple in the fourth, but Davie could not get her home. Davie finally broke on top in the fifth. With two outs. Ball singled. After Hendrix reached on an error, Daniels plated Ball with a single. Daniels (2-3). Parrish (2-3) and Ball (2*3) had the Davie hits against Mackenzie Hauser, who improved her record to U-1. The top-seeded Black Knights denied'Davie in the sixth. A single, error and two-run double forced the lead change. A walk and single followed as the floodgates opened. While North coach Mike Lambros picked up his 766th career win, Panish put on quite a show at shortstop - not to men­ tion her lone out was a 9-3 play in which the right fielder gloved the shot and threw to first. “Kristina has been great over four years; but this was the best game of her career," Beck said. “She made play after play after * play. I don’t even know how to describe the plays she made. She . caught a ground ball behind sec­ ond base. She dove Tor it,rolled over on her belly and tagged the base with her glove to get a force out. It was ESPN stuff all night.” Notes: Beck said Fruits is playing excellent defense at second. “She makes plays and I don’t even know how she does it," he said. “She’s like a vacuum cleaner." ... Beck couldn't say enough about his defense. “Hol­ land has been strong at first and Miller at third," he said. wOur outfield is unreal wiih the speed we have. Daniels,HendrixtBall and (Jenna) Hummer - there’s a lot of balls that get caught that arc typically doubles." DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 9,2013 • IiS Mathis, Seals, Tatum, Dove Win CPC Track Titles B y B rid h F itts . Davie Enterprise Record Caleb Mathis, a senior on the Davie fcioys track & Held team, is working on a new chapter to a compelling story. Last winter, Mathis won the indoor state championship in the 55-meter hurdles. Last week in the Central Piedmont Confer­ ence outdoor meet at Mt. Tabor, Mathis repeated as champion in the HO hurdles. Becky Miller, who coaches Davie track along with John Bullins, raved about Mathis’ work ethic. "Caleb works so hard,” she said. uHc has gotten so good at his technique just because of working at it. His work ethic has far surpassed anything Pve ever seen with a hurdler." Last year when Mathis won the 110 hurdles, he ran a 15.10. He repeated as champ with a time of 15.16, clipping Tabor’s Wayne Patterson (15.72). “That 15.16 was with him skimming the last two hurdles," Miller said. “He knocked one down. Usually he has a pretty clean run. With a clean run, he could easily go under 15.” Mathis was among four champions from the Davie boys and girls. Junior Kenyon Tatum did what was expected in the high jump, snatching first with a personal-record 6*3. “We expected him to win,” Miller said. "Hegot 6-2 a couple weeks ago. He just keeps get­ ting better. Tliis is the first year he's ever high jumped, so how eXciting is that? Kenyon is usu­ ally pretty laid-back, but he was grinning and excited about it.” Tatum distinguished himself as a basketball player this year. Now he’s a two-sport standout. "This is something he is really enjoying,” Miller said. “I know he’s probably going to play basketball in college, but I hope this is something he gets to keep doing as well because I don't think he realized how good he could be.” A year ago, no one could have foreseen Boyce Seals star­ ring in the triple jump. The top* two finishers make the all-CPC team, but Seals couldn’t crack the top two on his own team. • But Seals has made enor­ mous progress, As last week’s performance attested. The junior won the triple jump at 40*8 J . "Last year he never did score above (two teammates),” Miller said. “I think he was still grow­ ing and trying to catch up with himself. And I think he took it a lot more serious this year.' He was out there everyday working really hard. He neyer missed practice. He’d'be the last one coming out of the pit. He wanted to accomplish something this year, and obviously he did.” Hannah Dove of the Davie girls ruled the discus with a personal record of 90 feet, three inches. The scary part for rivals is that Dove is still learning. DAVlE Mathis She's a freshman. But she's an extraordinary freshman. A year removed from Ellis Middle School, Dove beat the runner-up by five inches. “She had thrown over 100 feet in practice, so we knew she was capable of it,” Miller said. "She had one that was out of bounds that was about 103. “The cool thing is she did shot put all winter. She just Tatum started discus when this season started. So the sky is the limit for her. She is going to do big things in Ihe next few years. What she’s learned in one year is amazing. She’s not doing simple, begin­ ner technique. She’s doing the spin. She’s got a natural talent for this.” Senior Jorie Sineath cracked the all-CPC team by placing sec­ ond in the triple jump at 33-09. Seals The first-place mark was 34-6.5. "We knew there were some good triple jumpers in our con­ ference," Miller said. “Jorie did a great job. There’s just some really good jumpers in our con­ ference." Notes: Both Davic teams finished fifth out of six teams. The championship teams were Reagan (boys) and Mt. Tabor (girls). B a s e b a l l . . . Continued From Page BI one run. This was another great battle, a 5-3 win that Beeson authored in the bottom of the seventh. But first thcslory of the game was Vemon and his turnaround from a slump. He went 3 for 3 to bump his average from .254 to .290. After homering in the first two games, he went 17 games without a longball. He broke that unwanted streak, then hit a “missile in the five-six hole that I could hear sizzling as it went by,” Byerly said. With Davie trailing 3-2 in Ihe last of the seventh, Vemon start­ ed things with a walk. One out later, Luke Martin hit a grounder that was thrown away at first. With two outs and runners at "second and third, up stepped a pinch-hitter, Beeson. He didn't start because of a slump that dropped his average to .226. Beeson got behind in the count 1-2, but he turned a tough situa­ tion into a memorable moment, hitting his first home run of the season and his second career varsity homer. “He fouled off four or five pitches," Byeriy said. “He kept fouling them off to the left side. He got one low and in and he cranked it over the (batting) cage in right field. He mashed it. “We rolled Ihe dice and put Ben in there. He's been a good contact hitter, he usually puts the ball in play." Beeson's clutch drive didn’t come off an ordinary* arm. It came off ace Thomas St. Clair, who took over in the fifth. “He hit it off a D-I kid, and did it in a big, big situation,” Byerly said. Byerly described the raucous scene of Beeson circling the bases. “Oh my gosh, it was elec­ tric,” he said. “It went from almost no air at all to absolute mayhem. I know Ben will never forget it, but we won't either. It Sr. Legion Opens May 13 At Mando Field The Mocksville Legion baseball leam, the defending Southern Division of Area III champion, will open the 2013 season May 13 at Rich Park’s Mando field against the Northern Division’s Winston-Salem of the Northern Division. On May 14 Asheboro will come to Mocksville. Both games are at 7 p.m. Charles Kuffees will return for his fourth season as team manager, along with assistants Todd Bumgarner and Dan Lawlor. Mocksville will play a 28-game schedule before the playoffs begin July 2. Mocksville will also play June 4 at Shelby, site of the 2013 American Legion World Series. Mocksville will also play host to two weekend tripleheaders with Burlington, Albemarle, Winston-Salem and Western Forsyth. TheLegionteamwillpracticeMay U at 2 p.m. at Rich Park. May 18 vs. Winston-Salem at 7 19 vs. Asheboro at 7 20 at Asheboro at 7 24 at Western Forsyth at 7 25 at Rowan County at 7 26 vs. Burlington at I 26 vs. Winston-Salem at 7 27 vs. Lexington at 7 29 vs. South Rowan at 7 30 at Eastern Randolph at 7 June I vs. Eastern Randolph at 7 2 at Shelby at 4 ' 3 at High Point at 6 5 at Winston-Salem at 7 6 at Lexington at 7 7 vs. High Point at 7 9-vs. Kannapolis at 7 13 at Kannapolisat 7 14 vs. Rowan County at 7 15 vs. Stanly Counfy at I 15 vs. Weslem Forsyth at 7 • 16 vs. Mooresville Legends at 7 18 at South Rowan at 7 20 at Wilkes County at 7 21 at Mooresville Legends at 7 23 vs. Mooresville Post 66 at 7 25 at Mooresville Post 66 it 7 27 vs. Wilkes County at 7 29 All-Star Game/Showcase at Asheboro * July 2 first round of playoffs (best of 5) 8 second round of playoffs (test of 5) 14 third round of playoffs (best of 5) 20 Area III championship series (best of 5) 25 state tournament in Wilson Aug. 8 Soutlieast Regional in Asheboro 15 Legion World Series in Shelby was one of those things that can absolutely give you a shot in the arm and propel you to the next level. It can do so many good things for your team. I think it brought the team together.” Nathan Howard went 2 for 3 as Davie (14-6) ended Tabor’s hard-luck season at 7-18. Jeremy Walker turned in another dominant performance, checkingTabor on four hits. His fifth complete game moved him to 6-1 with a 2.06 eamed-run average. “He struck out seven of nine batters (down the stretch),” he said. “So he got stronger and stronger." The momentum failed to cany over. The semifinal against NO. 2 North Davidson was a for­ gettable 7-3 loss in which Davie trailed 7-0 through six innings. North (15-8) blasted three home runs while handing Tristan Comer his first loss in four de­ cisions, and Davie couldn’t do anything against complete-game pitcher Josh Roberson, who. walked one and struck out 11. “I have to give it to their pitcher,” Byerly said. “He’s good. He doesn’t make many mistakes. He locates almost to perfection, and he controls three pitches.” Martin went 2 for 3 and Karch Arey prevented Davie’s first shutout loss by slamming a three-run homer in the seventh. It was his first varsity dinger. In the third game in three days, Davie and Reagan met to decide the No. 3 seed for the 4-A playoffs. They split in the - regular season and tied for third. It looked as if Reagan was going to coast to the third seed, but Vemon’s grand slam gave Davie an improbable 7-6 victoty after Davie trailed 6*0. "We were flat early and le­ thargic,” Byerly said. “I can’t figure out this bunch." Davie floundered for most of . the game. With two outs, nobody on base and the game scoreless in the third, the Raiders ex­ ploded on top with a three*run homer. Reagan’s three-run fifth began the same way • two outs and nobody aboard. “We gave them six outs,” he said. After failing to get a hit for four innings, the War Eagles managed to cut the 6-0 deficit in .half in the fifth. Martin’s leadoff single broke up the no-no. Two outs later, Arey walked. Muchu- kot got Davie on the board with a double, and two runs scored when Beeson’s grounder to first was errored. Howard, Muchukot, Beeson and Vernon were apart of a memorable finish. Howard led off with a single up the middle. “That was huge,” he said. "If they would have got the first out...” With one out, Muchukot took one for the team (hit by pitch)'. Beeson walked, loading the bases for the future N.C. State player, Vemon. “They went and talked to their pitcher,” Byeriy said. "Ver­ non came down there and said: ‘Are you going to give me the take?’ Because we had taken a strike to that point. I said: ‘If the first pitch is a fastball and it’s in the area code of the plate, you’re ripping it.”‘ Vemon got a first*pitch fast­ ball, and it resulted in his I2th homer in two years. While Da­ vie improved to 15-7, Reagan fell to 15-9. “He hit it a mile,” Byerly said. “The other night when Ben hit (his homer) we went nuts. This one was different because we were in shock. Even when we got on the bus. you could tell everybody was thinking: ‘Did that really happen?”’' Martin went 2 for 3 with “two amazing at-bats," he said. “I mean he had two strikes, bat- . tied, battled, base hit. He made two great plays at third. I love that kid.” AU six Reagan runs were unearned against Boswell, who went five innings, and Elijah Jones, who improved to 2-1 in his seventh relief appearance. Davic 5, Mt. Thbor 3 Davle ab r h rbi bb Mchukot 4 0 0 0 O Nestor 3 1 0 0 0 Vemon 3 2 3 1 1 Boswell 2 0 1 0 2 Tennis Falls In 1st Round The Davie tennis team posted double-figure victories for the third straight year. Unfortunate­ ly, it also lost in the first round of the 4-A playoffs for the third year in a row. Unbeaten T.C. Roberson, the No. I seed from the Mountain Athletic Conference, beat visit­ ing Davie 5-3 last week to im­ prove its record to 14-0. Davie, the No. 2 seed from.the Central Piedmont, finished 10-6. No. I Scott GaIlimore (6-3, 6-1) and No. 5 Stephen Dan­ iel (6-2, 6-1) were winners in singles. Bccson Manln 3 1 0 1 0 Jones 3 0 1 0 0 Beeson 1113 0 Howard 3 0 2 0 0 Walker 2 0 0 0 0 Arey 2 0 0 0 I . Totals 26 5 8 5 4 Tabor 101 100 0 - 3 Davie 101 000 3-S HR - Vemon, Beeson. HPB • Nestor. Dovic IP H RERBU SO Walker 7 4 3 2 3 8 - North Davidson 7, Davic 3 DavIe ab r h rbi bb Mchukot 4 0 0 0 0 Beeson 4 p 0 0 0 Vemon 2 0 0 0 1 Boswell 3 0 1 0 0 Nesior 3 0 . I 0 0 Martin 3 1 2 0 0 Howard 3 0 0 0 0 Walker 2 0 0 0 0 Jones 1 1 1 0 0 Arcy 2 1 1 3 0 Totals 27 3 6 3 I Vernon Davle 000 000 3 -3 N. Davidson 111 301 x -7 - HR - Arey. Loss - Comer. Davic IP H R ER DB SO Comer 3 5 5 5 3 3 Wolfe I G 2 2 I 4 Davie 7, Reagan 6 Davie ab r h rbi bh Mchukoi 2 2 1 1 I Beeson 2 1 0 0 I Vemon 3 I ' I 4 0 Bosweil 1 0 0 0 2 Nestor 3 0 0 0 0 Martin 3 1 2 0 0 Jones 3 0 0 0 0 Howard 3 I I 0. 0 Arey 2 1 0 0 I Totals 22 7 5 5 5 Reagan 003 030 0 -6 Davie • 000 030 4-*7 HR - Vemon. HPB « Muchiikoi. Win -,Jones. Davie IP Il RERBD SO Boswell 5 3 6 0 4 2 Jones 2 1 0 0 2 2 You a re a lw a y s w elco m e a t First United Methodist Church 310 North Main Street Historic Dountomi Mocksvillc Contemporary Worship 8:45 a.m. Traditional Worship 10:55 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 9:50 a.m. mnv.firstumcmocksvillc.org Telephone: 751-2503 Com e Find Out Why They Call It; tj: T H t M A t > » e > U S t Davie had to sweep doubles to prevail, but it didn’t happen. Gallimore and Evan Dowell did win 10*2 at No. I. Watauga and Lake Norman ousted Davie in the first round in ‘11 and ‘12. In the Midwest Regional, Gallimore went 1-1 to close his season at 15-4. 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The Jaguars have won six straight games By Brion Pitts Davic Enterprise Record The Ellis baseball team ac­ celerated its joyous season last week, winning three home games to finish second in the regular season behind unbeaten North Davidson. Eliis is 11 >3 this year and 22-8 over two years. “I’m aw­ fully proud of them,” Mike Dinkins, the only coach Ellis baseball has ever known, said. Against Oak Grove; the Jag­ uars (railed 3*0 before taking a 6-3 lead. They were leading 7-6 when they busted things open in a five-run sixth. Brandon Horton led off with a single, Tyler Roberts had a two-run single and McKay Chamberlain put down a safe- ty-squeeze bunt to plate Roberts. “It was perfect," Dinkins said. “Probably the best it’s been run in three years. McKay also made two great catches in center field.” Cameron Thomas capped the five-run uprising with a two-run double. Boyle went 3 for 3 with three RBls.while Horton went 3 for4. The pitching was split be­ tween Roberts, who went four innings to get the win, and Boyle, who went three to get the save. The signature moment in El­ lis' 6-4 win over TVro belonged to Boyle, who got the win as a relief pitcher. In the Tyro third, Boyle en­ tered the mound with the bases loaded, no outs and the game tied at 3. Boyle got out of the inning with one run scoring and wound up getting the win after three innings of work. Jesse Draughn was just as good in two innings. He faced the minimum and earned the save. He walked the first batter of the seventh, but catcher Cody Hendrix erased him trying to steal. Horton (3-3, two RBIs), Boyle (2-2, two RBIs) and Chamberlain (2-3) led the way as EIIis scored the last three runs of Ihe game. IVro is 0-2 against Ellis and 9-2 against everyone else. ' HuntShelton(2-2),Boyle(2- 3, thrce-run double) and Horton (2-4, two-run double) rapped two hits each as Ellis extended its winning streak to six with a 12-2, five-inning romp over Central Davidson. Not only did Horton produce . at the plate, he pitched all five innings. North Dnvie lost five in a rt>w to find itself in a playoff to settle the final berth for the league’s eight-team tournament. But coach Greg Brooks couldn't be happier with how the Wildcats responded to the win-or-go-Uome scenario. They pounded visiting Brown 10-1. It was Utc first win for North (3-11) since a5-3 decision over Brown. “It definitely feels good to get a win,” Brooks said.“We played well. We put the ball in play and for the most -part we made the defensive plays we are supposed to make. It’s a confidence-build- er for the tournament and can also roll over into next year.” Cameron Fuller was out­ standing on the hill* going all seven and throwing a four-hitter with one walk. “Cameron threw the ball well,” he said. “He was around the strike Zone and made them put the ball in play. That’s what you need from your starting pitcher.” Fuller went 3 for 4 at the plate. Evan Marshall was his co-star on offense, going 3 for 4 with two RBIs. North got one hit from Cody Smith (1-2, two RBIs), Davis Bishop (I-2), Daniel Gonzalez (1-3), Ben Summers (1-3) and Lane Bolmer(I-3, three RBIs). And.then there’s Ben Foster, * who capitalized on his start at second base. Although he went O for 2, he had four putouts, drew two walks and scored twice. “I was really proud of Ben,” Brooks said. “He hasn’t played a whole lot this year, (but) he was grinning ear to ear. That’s always fun to sea.” Ellis is not the only county team on a good streak. 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Team members include El- jah Gregory, William Orrell, Ren Fouts, Austin Peters, Jack Messick, Andy Renegar, Cole Overstreet and Dillon Cox,' coached by John McNitt. Elijah Gregory was the con- . ference champion for the sec­ ond consecutive year. William Orrell was runner-up. Austin Peters won the exhibition sin­ gles. Tell u s what y o u th in k with a letter to the editor D e ta ils P a g e 2 3 _ wmnsuNp/ucouKSMM, G e t i t w e e k l y with an annual subscription to the Enterprise Record O n ly $ 2 0 P /Y r. I n D a v ie C o u n ty 1 -8 7 7 -7 5 1 -2 1 2 0 Briefs, Dates Davie W restling C am p The Davie County Wrestling Camp will be held June 25-29 ; at Combat Athletics (182 Farmington Road, Mocksville, 27028). *' Early Registration paid to Combat Athletics by June 7 is $65. ; Email JoshStanleyatjoshstanley@combat-athletic.comtopre-reg- ; ister. Late registration paid to Combat Athletics after June 7 is $75. ; A lum ni Football G am e June I Davie will play an alumni football game at West Rowan on * June I at 7 p.m. j The alumni team is selling tickets at Smith Grove Fire Depart- ’ ment each day from S a jn.-8 p jn. or at Davie High until May 31. j HaIf the proceeds from pre-sell tickets will benefit Davie High. TVipIe Play Baseball C am p July 25-27 ; The Triple Play Athletics Summer Baseball Camp will be held I July 25-27 from9a.m.-3 pjn. at Mando Field in Mocksville.The ; camp will feature Trot Nixon, former Boston Red Sox outfielder, and Wes Helms, former Atlanta Braves third baseman. Lunch will • be provided each day. The cost is $ 145 per camper, $115 with early _ registration before July I. The cost is $200 for two campers in the - same family. The cost is 5100 for returning Triple Play campers. - Tri-C ats Baseball C am p S The Tri-Cats Baseball Camp will be held June 24-27 from 9:30 “ a jn.-noon at Rich Park. The camp is for ages 6-J5. The cost is $75. S Davie baseball coach Bobby Byerly is the camp director. * N. Davie Booster C lub G olfTournam ent • The North Davie Athletic Booster Club GolfTournament will; be held May 11 at Pudding Ridge, with a shotgun start at 2 pjn." This will be a captain's choice. The cost is $65 per player. Lunch • and registration will be at noon. For more information, contact« Deana at 336-998-5555 or email Patty atptiemey610@gmail.com. I Junior Tennis League Signups The Mocksville-Davie Parks and Recreation Department is , taking registration for its Jr. Tennis League for rising seventh-eighth - graders and ninth-12th graders. The cost is $15. Bring two cans j of balls. The league is scheduled to start May 30. The deadline : to register is May 24. Forms are available at the rec department, j Call 753-6740. Sertom a Speech Sc H earing G olfTournam ent The seventh-annual Sertoma Speech and Hearing Golf Tour- nament will be May 10 at Oak Valley Golf Club. The format will * be captain's choice, and cash prizes will be awarded to first-, i second- and third-place teams. Lunch will be provided at noon. - The tee time will be I p.m. with a shotgun start. The cost: $65 ; per entrant or $260 per team. For more information, contact Bill I Clapp at 336-765-4721. * ] Cooleemee Civitan G olf Tournam ent A t Foxwood • T h e s e v e n t h - a n n u al Cooleemee Ci-; vitan golf tournament will be May 18 at ’j Foxwood Golf Club in Woodleaf. The captain’s choice will begin ; at I p.m. Registration and lunch will start at noon. The entry fee I is $50 per person. Cash prizes are $200 for first place, $150 for second and $100 for third. To enter a team, call David Jordan * (336-909-2192), Edgar Osborne (336-655-8937), David Hancock * (284-2821) or Freddie Carter (284-6257) ; Jam es IIIing Scholarship Golf Tournam ent The James Uling Scholarship golf tournament will be May 18 at. 9 a.m. at Fox Den Country Club in Statesville. The cost is $65 per; person or $260 per team. Sons Chad and Doug Illing and fellow' coaches are raising money to give a scholarship to a Davie High - football player in honor of James llling. Contact Chad IUing at. ' 704-728-8151 or Doug llling at 336-692-7500. M ocksville-Davie IVack & Field Gam es Hershey's Track & Field Games, sponsored by the Mocks-; ville-Davie Parks and Recreation Department, will be held June 4 at 6:30 pjn. at a location to be announced. There is no charge • for this event. This is for boys and girls ages 9-14. For more in­ formation,call 753-6740. 1(S - DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 9,2013 PICKLES BYBRIAN CRANE 1 » HAPPV MOTHER'S IM \ WW1 OfALi I C t o N 't f i / ^ T t ilf i v e RV OFTiEWl ^U-Tov VOliAREAfiREAt M FeiMOTHERAM? fiR A W P M O ta E R , AMP VOU PESERVE A MliCM B E T tE R HliSBANP r> \ THAN M E. K s 1- V - ^ - V - I V i— — \ # i BUT VOOR TRAPE-IN VALliE is shot; SO ItH IM K ltLtO fiT HAVEtO KEEP SbO1 VOO AlARE AfiOOP POINT. DUSTIN BY STEVE KELLEY & JEFF PARKER MY CELL PHONE. IT'S LOST IN OKAYr ALMOST NOBOPY IT'S A NEEPLESS EXPENSE ANP NOBOPY PEALLY Bisbp AI?E YOU CALL» Reallv , IT'S NOT cIiO O l I T ^ N A R C IS S U S BREW-UPCINeSCrianf1 Inc. EhMnbuUil by king FfMino Incgr sM B te S t. JU S T ARCHITECT'S MODEL 1 HISTOPY'5 FIRST I STILL LIFE L Stf ITiM^ Sttfifc ,fAft''iT-r.VNf. -s'-ur'iM=, F.Y.I. - GARMENTS MAPE OF 100% COTTOW SHOULPW’T SE PRIEP OW HISH HEAT. M H E B S S DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, l liursday, May 9,2IJ1J - Cl Bailey McCook enjoys taking care of his turkeys, Spike and Sal­ ly. . - Photos by Robin Snow G o b b l e , G o b b l e L o c a l Y o u n g s t e r E n j o y s C a r i n g F o r T u r k e y s By Bcth Cassidy Enleiprise Record' Bailey McCook has lots of inter­ ests. He loves history. British soldiers fascinate him. Learning about presi­ dents is one of his favorite pastimes. When he was younger, anything pirate is what he was all about. He’s ‘ recently discovered how much he enjoys art. But for the past 10 months, his main interest has taken him to Ra- Jeigh and to his grandparents’ back yard, where he spends spare time with Spike and Sally, his pet turkeys. Bailey is 9 and is the son of Lisa and Doug Rivers of Mocksville and Meade McCook of China Grove. He . is in third grade at Mocksville El- - emeritaty; He likes school but doesn’t like homework very mu'chf, l)ut he’s pretty crazy about his turkeys. It was last June when Bailey, who is in 4-H, decided to participate in the Youth Market Ttirkey Program, and he got two turkeys from the ppultry division of NC State University. Both were females and both about three days old. One of them was Sally, the other Ginger. Bailey’s project was to raise the turkeys to show one at the state fair last October, along with other 4-Hers. Bailey worked hard to keep them healthy, and by the time of the fair, he knew Ginger was the one he wanted to show; she weighed 20.6 pounds. Dale said most of the turkeys other 4-Hers got died. Bailey’s grandparents. Dale and Doug Wall, as well as his mom and stepfather, and great-uncle and aunt, Lanie and Susan Wall, took Bailey to Raleigh, and on Oct. 12, Bailey sat with Gingcrquietly waiting with him, fora judging which would involve a thorough examination of her breast size, feathers, legs, and weight. In a group of 14, Bailey placed 10th, earning him a little prize money and a ribbon. He had to leave Ginger behind, as the turkeys that are raised and shown are sold. But he still, had Sally. Dale remembers while waiting for the judging, Ginger just Stood calmly, waiting her turn, while some of the other turkeys had to be restrained. Bailey had done a good job with Ginger, spending a lot of time with her and making her feel comfortable beside him. Sally, the white turkey, and Spike, . the darker one, are so used to Bailey that when he lets them out of the pen, they walk up io him and follow him' wherever he goes, making little chirp­ ing sounds and pecking at the grass as they walk. He feeds them, gives them fresh water, makes sure they have bedding and a few times a week, col­ lects the prizes they leave, fresh eggs. They have eaten the eggs, although Doug says they have more of a wild taste than chicken eggs. When asked what he plans to do with them, he says, “Keep them," and Doug adds, “He won’t let us have them for Thanksgiving.” When they are loose, they wander around the'yard and will fly, but don’t go far. Coyotes are a concern, as is the busy road in front of the house, so Bailey keeps a close eye on them when they’re out of the pen. Shooing Sally toward the pen, Bai­ ley rubs her back and says: “They’re fun.They’ve been good turkeys." Bailey shows the ribbon his turkey won In the 4-H Youth Market Turkey Program. Bailey plays with the turkeys, and shows off one of the large speckled eggs. 1 , 0 0 0 A t t e n d K i d s F e s t On Saturday, April 27, Kidsfest: Fun for the County, and the Mocksville-Davie Parks and Whole Family provided families with a great Recreation. opportunity to have some fun at the Brock Gym Kidsfest offered interactive activities geared and Masonic Picnic Grounds. towards children and families; live entenain- Nearly 1,000 children and adults braved the ment, bouncers, petting zoo, crafts and games cool, overcast day to attend this free community event, co-sponsored by Smart Start of Davie Please See Kids-Page C12 Bah ts excited to see “Ranger” at the Davte County Public Library booth at KidoFcai.Ethan McDaniel and Eli Brickley watch the magic show. Dakota Swaim is intent on filling his Smart Start big with some goodies.V u C2 - DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 9,2013 S n o w - C l a y t o n C o u p l e M a r r i e d A t H o p e C h u r c h Mr. and Mrs. AbeI Cesar Diaz Jr. N e b o s k y - D i a z C o u p l e M a r r i e d Whitney Paige Show of Ad­ vance and Michael Don Clay­ ton of Binningham, Ala. were united in marriage at 2 p.m. on April 20 at Hope Community Church, officiated by Bishop Paul Lanier. The bride is the daughter of Teny and Joan Snow of Ad­ vance. She is a 2007 gradu­ ate of Davie High School and graduated with honors from the University of North Car­ olina at Charlotte, where she was a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. She is employed as a merchandising specialist at Lowe's Corporate in Moores- ville. The groom is the son of Steve and Donna Smith and Robert Clayton of Nashville, Tenn. He is a 2007 graduate of Davie High School and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He will begin Tar­ get’s management program In July. Best man was Andrew Smith, and Tatum Snow was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Tara Snow and Danielle Under­ wood, and groomsmen were Patrick Deckbar and Kyle Gal­ lo. Ushers were Keith Fullk, Kenneth Fullk and Craig Mock. They arc taking a wedding trip to Playa Del Carmen in May. They made their home in Cornelius. Cassandra Ann Nebosky and Abel Cesar Diaz Jr. of Fay­ etteville were married on May 12, 2012 at Nags Head in a beach ceremony followed by a reception. ITte bride is the daughter of Ray and Kim Birdsong of Mocksville and Jack and Re­ nee Nebosky of Salisbury. She is the granddaughter of Janice Eller and Sally and Roger Ne- bosky of Salisbury and the late Elon Dennis and Bill Eller. The groom is the son of Able Sr. and Maria Diaz of Eagle Pass, Texas and Robert and Martha Strong-of Et Paso, Texas. He is the grandson of Amulfo and Dora Elia Diaz and Romelia Rodriguez of Ea­ gle Pass. Adam Deal of Pfafftown was man of honor and Stefanie Steele was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Trisha Clark and Caitlin Strauhal. Matt Beaty was the best man. Groomsmen were the groom’s brothers, Chris, Bob­ by, Daniel, David and Sheldon. The bride was given away by her dads, Ray Birdsong and Jack Nebosky in the 4 p.m. cer­ emony officiated by Chaplain David Myer. The couple cel­ ebrated their first anniversary with a dinner at the bride’s par­ ent’s home on May 4. Davie EMS Training Director Joseph Ashburn speaks to the Davie County Retired School Personnel. R e t i r e d S c h o o l P e r s o n n e l L e a r n A b o u t E M S S e r v i c e s H a i r c u t M i n i s t r y Diana Ijames, Larry Campbell and Lib Peppers are volunteers with the A Storehouse for Jesus haircut ministry, as are Ruth Brown and Ashley Matthews. Free haircuts are given on W ednesday mornings for Storehouse clients. More volunteers are needed. Call Larry Campbell at 998-8222 or 909-2092, or Marie Collins at A Storehouse, 753- 8081. W e owe it all to you. Thank you for making us the #1 auto insurance provider In North Carolina for over 20 years’. We couldn't have done it without you. If you need a quote on auto, home, life or business, call us today so we can protect the things that are most Important to you. Matt Hiller Insurance 1109 Yadkinville Rd., Mocksville 751-6131 Nationwide* On Your Side Nationwide Is On Your Side* The Davie County Unit of the NC Retired School Person­ nel met on Thursday, May 2 at 11:30 a.m. at the First Method­ ist Church Family Life Center for lunch and a program. President Jennifer Godbey presided. Sonja Russell had the inspiration and grace, and Mike Hendrix played the piano during the meal. Ilie speaker was Joseph Ashbum, Davie County EMT training director. Davie has a population of 42,000 and four ambulances and handled 6,635 calls last year. The EMT pro­ gram began in 1969 and has 35 full-time and 19 part-time em­ ployees. Ashbum talked about the fact that EMTs are trained in the latest technology, which includes doing Woodwork and other things in order to evaluate a patient before transporting him/her to the hospital. They are in constant contact with doctors at area hospitals when dealing with patients. Davie CounQr Hospital even has a robot connected to Baptist Hospital to evaluate suspected stroke victims. He said the new hospitals would enable them to take pa­ tients to closer facilities, thus increasing the chances of sav­ ing lives, which is the whole purpose of emergency services. Nancy Terry, Community Participation Chair, announced that Ruby O’Neal had the most volunteer hours for 2012. Jennifer Godbey recognized the passing of former member Natalie Cash. The next meeting will be on June 6. Don Clayton A l l e n - B l a n k e n s h i p E n g a g e m e n t A n n o u n c e d Nathan and Aliso Allen of Mocksville announce the engage­ ment of their daughter, Ashley Nicole Allen to Chad Ray Blan­ kenship, son of Sue Blankenship of Statesville and the late Jesse Smith. The bride-to-be is a 2004 graduate of Davie High School and a 2009 graduate of Forsyth Technical Community College with a degree in accounting. She is employed as an assistant customer service manager at Food Lion. The groom-to-be is a 2003 graduate of Statesville High School. He obtained a Class A commercial driver’s license through Cald­ well Community College and Technical Institute and is employed by Lowe’s Home Improvement. The wedding ceremony is scheduled for June 8 at 4 p.m. at Edgewood Baptist Church in Mocksville. G a m e N i g h t F r i d a y A t S h e f f i e l d - C a l a h a l n HUlsdaleMettHXM Presdiool W e lc o m e s Y o u w ith O p e n A r m s Hosting anOPENHOUSE Monday, May 13th, IOAM Hillsdale U nited M ethodist Church Tour Our Spacious Facility Smvi^ OiSifrni ops I-Sycan did with 2 leadtmperdass A Ocadw Curriathcn with Child btitiacd and TcadicrDirectedLessotis and Acthitia Weekly Qutpd Lcxsomatid Bl-WeetJy Spanish andStoryTbneSasions Ltoidi Bnotdt eadt Monday, WednadayandFriday Question and Answer with Director, Heather Nardone For more information contact Heather Nardone at 336-998-1098 or hmrdone@hillsdcdemic.com 5018 US Hwy 158, Advance Game Night at the Shef- field-Calahaln Community Center and Recreation Area will be Friday, May 10. Doors open at 6 for conces­ sions and bingo begins at 7. In addition to bingo, there will be cakewalks, a 50/50 drawing and a chance at a grand prize. The charge for bingo is $5 per card for 20 games. The cake walks, 50/50 drawing and the chance on the grand prize are Slper ticket. The center is at 174 Turkey- foot Road, Mocksville. R e g i o n a l G r a n t s A v a i l a b l e F o r A r t i s t s Davie County Arts Council has made arrangements with Winston-Salem/Forsyth Coun- M E T A L R O O F I N G 3 ’C o v e ra g e • 4 0 + C o lo rs AU COtOAS ARE ENEROV STAR RATED 4 0 Y e ar W a rra n ty U P TO*500°° TAX CREDIT AVAILABLE CaU for prices! 1-888-278-6050 MID-STATE METALS ot the Carotlnas, LUC { wyyw.mldslat6melals.com 5 ty’s Arts Council to have a rep­ resentative come to Mocksville May 29 at 6 p.m. to help local artists apply for regional proj­ ect grants. Dara Silver will doa presen­ tation in the Brock Performing Arts CenterTheatre and will be available to answer questions such as: what type of grants have been awarded in the past? What are the most common mistakes made while preparing a grant? For more information con­ tact the arts council at751.3112. 'i DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 9,2013 - C3 TffJ Katherine M cCaiston Anna Bcrricr Nadia Gregory Julianne Strauch Ashley Smith L o c a l T e e n s W i n I n S t a t e M u s i c C o m p e t i t i o n The stnte finals for the Na­ tional Federation of Music Clubs Junior Festival Program was recently held on the cam­ pus of UNCG. Several Davie students placed first and second. The Sara Copley Moore Folk Singing award was won by Ashley Ellen Smith, daughter of Darrell and Caroline Smith. She won first place with her performances of "Poor Wayfar­ ing Stranger” and "Homeward Bound.” A homeschooled stu­ dent, she will graduate in May and attend Appalachian Slate University in the fall. The second place honor was won by Katherine McCuiston, daughter of Brian and Barbara McCuiston. She sang “Shenan­ doah” and "Land of the Free.” She is a senior at Bishop Mc- Guiness High School and will attend N.C. State University in the fall. Both study voice with the Teresia Ann Queen Studio of Music. The first runner up in the Carolyn Jones Summerlin Hymn Cup Class I event was Julianne Strauch, daughter of Jack and Dana Strauch of Ad­ vance, an eighth grade student at Forsyth Country Day School. In the Class II event, Nadia Gregory placed was first run- nerup. SheisajunioratDavie High School and the daughter of Laura and Paul Gregory of Clemmons. Anna Berrier also placed in the hymn cup finals in the Peggy Robinson Matthews Class III Hymn Playing Event. She was first runner up and is the daughter of Roger and Julie Berricr of Advance, and attends Salem Academy. These piano students are members of the Teresia Ann Queen Studio of Music in Ad­ vance. The NFMC has grown into one of the world’s largcstmusic organizations since its found­ ing in 1898. It is chartered by the U.S. Congress, and is the only music organization with membership in the United Na­ tions. The organization pro­ vides opportunities for musical study, performance and mu­ sic appreciation to more than 200,0(10 members nationwide in its 6,500 music-related clubs and organizations. The organization is dedi­ cated to finding and fostering young musical talent and spon­ sor nationwide Junior Festivals with more than 117,000 par­ ticipants. North Carolina hosts 13 events from Asheville to Wilmington. This year more than 4,000 music students from across the state competed in the area Junior Festival competi­ tions. The mission of the NFMC is to advance and develop Ameri­ can music and musicians. It is a non-profit philanthropic and educational organization dedi­ cated to music education and the promotion of the creative and performing arts in Ameri- Sudoku 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 7 8 2 1 3 6 8 7 5 8 9 2 4 8 9 6 8 5 2 4 3 2 5 0 H o t d o g s & F r e e M u s i c I t ’s F r o n t P o r c h S i n g i n g T im e A t S m i t h G r o v e R u r i t a n B ld g . Front Porch Singing at the 25 cents each. S o lu tio n O n P a g e C U Smith Grove Ruritan Building, 4126 US 158, Advance, will include a free concert from 5-7 p.m.Saturday,May II. Sons of Thunder, Robert Til­ ley & Hard Times with Mona Jo Griffin, and the Smith Grove Quartetwill perform. Hotdogs and drinks will be Howard Reunion. Set For May 19 The annual Howard Re­ union for descendants of Julius Smith Howard and Thomas Kelly Howard will be at I p.m. Sunday, May 19 at Bethlehem United Methodist Church Fam­ ily Life Center, Redland Road, Advance. Bring a lawn chair for seat­ ing and canned good for A Storehouse for Jesus. If it rains, the event will be held inside the building. 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Your ticket will be mailed to you. $40 per couple $10 per extra guest ■ Name: 1 Afidmv Cltv:ZId : ' I Fnrlosed*Giedc #: A n s w e r s O n P a g e C U 1 6 2 H ills d a le W e s t D riv e A d v a n c e , N C 2 7 0 0 6 3 3 6 - 9 4 0 - 3 1 4 8 C4 - DAVIU COUNTY EN'1ISRI»K1SI£ RECORD, Thursday, Mny 9, 2U1J C o u n t y L i n e • By Shirley Thome County Line Correspondent. The month of May in County Line means end-of-ycar school events * proms and class/school reunions. Even the rainy and cold weather did not keep Cool Spring folks from seeing for* mer classmates or the North Iredell young folks from get* ting dressed up for their junior- senior proms. Another school event is planned this weekend. The Harmony High School Alumni Association will hold its annual meeting Saturday, May Il in the cafeteria of the Harmony Elementary School. The doors open at 5 p.m. for greeting and socializing with friends and fellow alumni; din­ ner begins at 6. AU graduates, former students, former and present faculty and staff, and their spouses arc invited. The Class of '63 will host the event, and those attending will be en­ tertained by DJs playing popu­ lar music from the '50s and ’60s. Special recognition will be given to the oldest alumnus attending. Society Baptist Church will hold revival Sunday, May 12 - Wednesday, May 15. The Rev. Matt Munday of Maiden will be the featured speaker at the 11 a.m. worship service Sun­ day.; there will be no Sunday evening Bible study. Revival services will be at 7 p.m. Mon- day-Wednesday and Munday will bring the message each night. Everyone is invited to the fellowship hall after service Wednesday night for, snacks and fellowship. Pleasant View Baptist Church will hold revival Mon­ day, May 13 ♦ Wednesday, May 15. Services begin nightly at 7 and will include special music by area church choirs. The Rev. Jim Holbrook of Shiloh Baptist Church in Hnmptonvillc will bring the message each night. Church members invite others for this special time of renewal and rc*dcdication. The Baptist Men of Socipty will meet at 7 a.m. Saturday, May Il in the fellowship hall. They invite others for breakfast and prayer. The men plan to do some repairs at the church after breakfast. Tltc Women on Mission of Society Baptist will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday, May 16 in the fellowship hall. Mildred Bcn- fteld will present a program on meeting the needs of sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world. The women invite others. . Upcoming community events include a church-wide yard sale sponsored by the Calvary Bap­ tist Women on Missions from 7 a.m.-noon Saturday, May 18, and a fried countty ham and sausage breakfast sponsored by the V-Point Ruritans at the V- Point Building from 6 - lOn.m. Saturday,June I. This past weekend was eventful for many County Line folks. The Cool Spring High School Alumni Association held its annual dinner meeting Saturday evening in the school gymnasium. The gym was filled with more than 225 alumni and guests. The class with the most alumni present was the Class of '63, which had more than 25 there. First timer George Poole, who lives in Ohio and graduated in '60, was recognized as travel­ ing the greatest distance. At age 95 Frank Everhardt of the Class of '37 was the oldest alumnus t m The classes of ‘44 & 48 Included Paul Brendle, Lawrence Cartner and wife Betty, Jimmy Brendle, and Joanne Williams Barringer and husband. attending while Kathleen Fox McCoy (’37) and Mary Starrett Warren f'38),both age 92, were the second and third oldest, re­ spectively. Helen Page Cren­ shaw ('32) of Mocksville is the oldest living alumnus; she was unable toattehd. The Class of '63 reunited Friday evening at the fellow­ ship hall of Abilene Church of Christ to celebrate the 50th an­ niversary of their high school graduation. As most of you know, I graduated in 1963. I had seen only a few classmates since our reunion in 1983. I couldn't believe there were so many that I did not recognize. They had changed a lot since 1963 or 1983. But, then again, I am sure they probably thought the same of me. The guys wore no madras shirts and belts with match­ ing solid socks. The gals wore no wrap-around or inverted pleated skirts with matching tops plus oxford shoes or pen­ ny loafers. Some of us carried more pounds or fewer hairs on our heads. We marveled how minor our escapades in school seemed compared to those in schools today. But, there was one thing for certain: we nil had a great time and plan to meet much more often in the future. Wc had 26 graduates plus one former high school class­ mate who attended. Sadly, of 43 seniors in '63, nine are'de­ ceased: Steve Allison, Linda Atwell Marlow, Vema Dean Campbell Snow, Jane Fletcher Spry, Richard Horton, Edna Moose Rose, Ken Overcash, Randy Waugh, and Carol Turn­ er Forest. A monetary gift in their memory was presented to A full house, including many County Liners, attend the Cool Spring High School Please See Reunions - Page CS Aiumni Association dinner Saturday night. T vf. m The Glass of '37 was recognized as having the three oldest alumni attending: From left Frank Everhardt (oldest), Kathleen Fox McCoy (2nd oldest) and Mary Starrett Warren (3rd oldest). In May 1963 class members signed annuals and said good-byes to the good times at dear "Ole Cool Spring High.” ■(. rflSrW.i.TLrfiT'-'t- The Cool Spring High School Class of '63 celebrated its 50th-year graduation anniversary Friday evening. Pic­ tured from left: seated - Linda Shoemaker Parker, Margaret Ann Harbin Finger, Bessie Tomlin Josey, Bessie Poole Johnson, Sherry Johnson Ayers, and Joanne Kelly Moose; row 2 - Gladys White Smith, Curtiss Freeze, Frank Harmon and Johnny Barker hold the red-tailed Sandy Carter Josey, Marie Williams Steele, Renny Holton, Johnny McCoy, Tim Holthouser, Roger Jones, Shir- hawk, Cool Spring mascot; mounted by Frank and ley Thorne, Jimmy Crider, Elaine Fletcher Brown, and Maurice Jenkins; back - Dorothy Warren Woodfin1 Nancy given to the school more than 50 years ago and now. Moore Aley, Garry Ballard, Johnny Barker, Mack Josey, Sonny Dellinger, Allen Swicegood, and Frank Harmon, displayed in the school library. (Attending but not pictured Carolyn Parks Harmon). r i r The Class of ‘63 posed in May 1963 in front of the Capitol on their senior trip with stops in Virginia, Washington D.C., New York City, and Niagara Falls Canada. Pic­ tured, from left: front - Sherry Johnson, Brenda Lockman, Marie Williams, Bobbie Morrison, Bessie Poole, Peggy Lloyd, Linda Shoemaker, Carol Turner, Linda Atwell, Gladys White, Mary Frances Fox, Sandy Carter, Verna Dean Campbell, BessieTomIin1 MargetAnn Harbin, and ShirIeyThorne; row 2 - Johnny Barker, Roger Jones', Jimmy Crider, Johnny McCoy, Carolyn Parks, Billy Robertson (science teacher), Grady Lloyd (English teacher), Grady Lewis (principal), Marjorie Swann (math teach­ er), bus driver, Nancy Moore, Joanne Kelly, Randy Waugh, Allen Swicegood, Mack Josey, and Sonny Dellinger; back - Jimmy Guffy, IMaurice Jenkins, Joe Justice, Tim Holthouser, Garry Ballard, and Frank Harmon.. H V . - f c . V DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 9,2013 - C5 Everyone enjoys his comments as Garry Ballard takes classmates at the reunion down "memory lane.” R e u n i o n s . . . the school. Our community extends its deepest sympathy to the fam-‘ ily of Jeny Lowtharpe, who died Wednesday of last week at Forsyth Medical Center after a brief illness. He was born in Ire7 dell County in 1939 to the late Thomas Roy and Emma Haire Lowtharpe and attended Cool Spring High School. In 1969 he married County Line native Betty Seamon of Ridge Road at Society Baptist Church; the couple settled on Jefferson Farm Road off Old Mocksviile Road near Cool Spring Road. A retired carpenter/maintenance worker and dairy farmer, he enjoyed camping, fishing, and other outdoor activities with his family. He was a member of New Hope Baptist Church and had attended Society Baptist. A service celebrating his life was held Sunday afternoon at Soci­ ety, and he was laid to rest in the church cemetety. Linda Call remains in in­ tensive care at Forsyth Medi­ cal Center. Carol McMahon is recuperating at home. Tom­ mie Ross remains in rehab at Maple Leaf Center in States­ ville. Docker Harris continues Roger Jones, Garry Ballard, Maurice Jenkins, Frank Harmon, and Alien Swice­ good share a good laugh before leaving George Poole ('60 Class), who traveled from Ohio and the greatest distance, catches up on the news from classmate Eddie Porter. to improve but remains at Ire­ dell Memorial Hospital. Chink Campbell continues to improve but remains in rehab at the Brian Center of Statesville. Ju­ nior Thome has improved and health problems. Pray for the Lord's blessing upon the fam­ ily of Jerry as they adjust to life without him. Also, remember in prayer former CLVFD Fire ChiefWendell Sain and family; is in rehab at Autumn Care of his father Cecil Sain died last Mocksvillc. Join us In prayer for the Lord's divine . healing and blessings upon Linda, Carol, Tommie, Docker, Chink, Ju­ nior, and others who are having Friday. For news and memories to share, please call Shirley on 492-5115 or email sdtlinkQho- lmail.com. Carol Haithcox Jones, Johnny Barker, and Johnny and June (Harmony High '63) McCoy share some memories. L a n d o n P a r k e r T o P e r f o r m A t D a v i e R e l a y F o r L i f e " Landon Parker will perform at the Davie County Relay for Life May 17-18 at Davie Coun­ ty Highi School The event begins at 6 p.m. Yadldn County native Parker viyill knows what it is like to see someone' suffer with cancer. He has lost a grandmother and grandfather to cancer. : At the age of 15, his dad bought him a guitar a few weeks prior to him finding out that his Grandpa Hobson “Pa’* had pancreatic cancer. Shortly thereafter, Paker taught himself how to play the guitar and sing. This started out to be a cop­ ing mechanism and became a daily ritual. During this time, he also had to cope with his Grandpa Parker’s diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Not long after losing his Grandpa Parker, his Grandma Hobson “Gonme1' was diag­ nosed with stage 3 breast can­ cer. She never let her treat­ ments keep her from a single performance until she died in January 2012. His 2012 album called “Country Side’’ is dedicated to the passing of his grandparents. With his brother, 'Nathan Parker and another songwriter named Jill Gilliam, he’s co­ written and composed 20 origi­ nal songs. Through all of his losses, he believes his music should touch people by giving back to those in need. He does this by doing benefits for those going through hardships and illnesses, At least each member of his band has a family member battling cancer. This gives them all the drive to give back to the communities and let people know they are not alone in this fight. The Relay for Life Survi­ vor Dinner will be held at Win Mock Bam on Thursday, May 9, beginning at 6 pm. Doors will open at 5:30. Maurice Jenkins and wife Glenda, Curtis Freeze, Renny Holton and wife Carol Ann enjoy good food from the covered-dish buffet. Landon Parker . If anyone is interested in purchasing a luminary or a tiki torch, in honor or in memory of someone, contact Betty Shultz at 336-978-7343. Luminaries are I for $5, 2 for S8 or 3 for $10 donation. Tiki torches are $50. An 8x10 laminated photo may be attached to the torch. “Please help us in reaching our goal of 1000 luminary for our Relay for Life event this year," said Betty Schultz. REPRESENTATIVE J u l i a H o w a r d I .VC IIotisc 79th Oisthct Please contact me in: MOCKSVILLE: (336) 751-85671 RALEIGH: (919) 733-5904 State Legislative Building 16 W. Jon es Street, Rm 11061 R aleigh,N C 27601-1096 Email:jufiah@ndeg.net Look for us on Facebook at: RepJuIIaHoward j Paid for by Juua Howard Si S u b s c rib e T o d a y! 1-877-751-2120 GENTS TITANIUM SM WEDDfNGBANDS DIAM ONqY^y COLD GALLERY MOCKSVILLEtNC (beside Peebles) «751-3747 W e d n e s d a y s Ai W ieM ock . . . Connecting Sunday to Monday . . . men s breakfast group Join us from 7-8 am each Wednesday in the Davie Room at WinMock(coffee Jiul a light breakfast -arc provided) T I M O T H Y K E L L E R E v e ry G o o d ■ E n d e a v o r as we learn and discuss how a Christian view of work can provide a foundation for a thriving professional & personal life D u e y & B u t t e r s c o t c h Butterscotch (right), a shy but loving adult (estimated DOB 11/15/11) spayed female, arrived at the Humane Society of Davie Pet Adoption Cen­ ter after having been dropped at the animal control shelter. She is sw eet and loves to be petted but is still a bit wary about new people. She is up to date on vaccinations. Duey (left), a happy young adult (estimated DOB 4/4/12) neutered male beagle mix, arrived at the adoption center after having been left at the shelter, At a year, he still has plenty of playfulness and loves being with people. He is housetrained. Duey will do better if leashed or behind a fence to avoid following his beagle nose to unknown adventures. He is up to date on vaccinations. Call or visit the adoption center, 751-5214, Eaton Road, Mocksvilie1 to inquire about these or other pets. Many of us go to eluirch for a few Iiours on Sumlay1 hut how does your faith change the 50-60 hours you spend at work each week? In a work world that Is increasingly competitive; and insecure, people often have nagging questions: “Why ant I doing this work? Why Ls it so hard? And is there anything I can do alxiut it?” Join its as we seek to answer these and many other questions for a 18 week study of God’s will work. We'll l>e using Tim Keller’s Ixxik Lvery (hxxUindeuvor as the launch point for our study. For more information: wv \.ucdnevlays.\Tuinmock.eom inh. ^Wednesdays. V rwimnock.com C6 - DAVlK COUNTY ENXUKfKlStt KblCOKU, Thursday, May 9,201S S h e f f i e l d - C a l a h a l n By Brenda Bailey Shetfield-Calohaln Correspondent Birthday wishes go to those celebrating this week: Coyte Jackson Prevette on May 9; Mark Reavis, Evan Cave, Faye Church and Clarence Draughn on May il; Jane Tutterow • and J.W.'Keaton on May 12; Tammy Keller, Emily Brown and Stephen Kelleron May 13; Brian Swainl Tom Wrighl and Amber Thutt on May 14; and Kiley Evans'and Junior Dunn on May 15. Congratulations to the following couples who will celebrate anniversary this week: Dale and Debbie Ijomes on May 9; Gory an^ Alisa Al­ len on May 14; Greg and Cindy Gobble on May 15; and Dennis and Yvonne ljames'on May 15. If you would like an anniver­ sary or birthday posted in this section, please do not hesitate to call or email me. The congregation of Cala- haln-Friendship Baptist Church surprised the Rev. Carroll Jor­ dan with a birthday party at the SheffieId-Calahaln Community Center after the worship ser­ vice on Sunday. Rev. Jordan was 76 dn May 5. His two sons and grandson join in his cele­ bration. We would like to thank Penny Dunlap for making a big delicious fresh strawberry cake for his birthday. Everyone in the community wishes Rev. Jordan a very happy birthday. On Friday, I had the pleasure of being a part of the Agricul­ ture Day field trip for second' grade Davie students at Jim Eaton's farm. The buses began arriving shortly offer 8:30 for a day of learning about life on a farm. There were stations to teach the children about dairy cows, beef cattle, goats, sheep, horses,' chickens* other poultry, bees and the importance of hon- 'ey, animal feeds, by-products, planting, nutrition and veteri­ nary medicine. Each station's attendaht(s) was knowledge­ able in their respective areas and were eager to answer the children's questions and share comments. I want to thank Jim Eaton for letting his farm be an inspiration and learning tool for the children of Davie County. I believe I had as much fun os the students and teachers. Spring Open House at Pop­ lar Springs School Saturday was the place to be to do a Httie browsing and shopping and for meeting new and old friends. Local craftsmen had some unique crafts and there were also re-purposed and vin­ tage items for purchase. A por­ tion of the proceeds go back to Please See S-C - Page C7 Vauda Ellis helps a customer at the Poplar Springs open house Saturday. Sherri TroHer checks out the birdhouses and yard art. Boots have more uses than just protecting the feet.Linda Harpe and Annie Ingram talk w.ith Bonita Snyder. Students learn about dairy cows at Farm Day at Eaton Farms.Renae Lail and Linda Harpe at the open house. '.T T - M a w w V Students gather around to see the inside of a beehive. Students look inside one of the chicken cages Lucas Shoffner shows off his character education award to parents Staci and Leonard Shoffner. Learning about planting and farm machinery is the focus of this exhibit. Animal nutrition Is the topic of this exhibit. Students wait in line to learn about life on the farm at an annual event at Eatons Farm. Jack Bailey, Brian Custer and Dennis Miller are ready to help. P i n o UAYlb tUUlll I LplCiKrfMOL KC.WAU, IIIUIiUH)', mUJ 7, «U1*> • Cf By Katie Collette Pii(o Correspondent “What did you find out about the milk bottle?" my out- of-town uncle called to ask. “What milk bottle?” “The Twin BrookFarmmilk* bottle we left with you last Sep­ tember. Yousaidyouwoulddo some research on it.” * I prefer to call it a junior mo* ment. The senior moment term when one has tripped a few past 50 doesn’t quite get it. Or maybe it's the age is an ottitude thing. But my podiatrist uncle is close to 85 and l’m not and he's remembering important details and I’m drawing a bottle stopper blank. I felt I was standing in the 13lh cow stall. uLct me look around,“ I said. “I’m sure'it’s in a safe place. In the meantime I’ll see- if I can find out any- thing on it." ( A week later a second phone call came. ‘Tm sure it’s here- somewhere,” my most credible voice uttered. “I’ll try to find it” And so I did, hidden away behind a big jar high on a top shelf. • Whew. A few minutes spent milk­ ing several research engines revealed vintage pint size clear glass milk bottles from dairies across the countty going for .99 to $4.99 to $199. It revealecf milk bottle associations, milk bottle dealers, milk bottle col­ lectors and milk bottle sites I would have to join to find out more. Itrevealedhowtowash a milk bottle and it revealed “udderly" nothing about milk bottles from Mocksvillei N.C. So I started asking. Surely.a ‘handful of locals would know something about Twin Brook Farm Guernsey milk bottles. Within the hour I had reli­ able information. Twin Brook Farm was located where the Twin Brook housing develop­ ment is, just as you’re going out US 64 East on your right before the Armory in Mccks- ville. Bottles like these, my Mocksville friend informed, “were what the school children drank chocolatc milk out of and they would sit them outside on the windowsill to keep them cold.” A couple days later, anoth­ er friend, a Washington D.C. self-proclaimed cow-fanatic and now a resident of Davie County, swished by me more cow info than I could hold onto. Retaining at most the tail end of a few of her informative comments, most Davie dairy bams are of o turned-over ship design and more narrow rather than wide. She emphasized this architecture as unique to this area, unlike any other regions in or out of the state she has ever seen. And bams around here are taller and have smaller doors to facilitate heating and cooling. Also, to get a better per­ spective on the history of cows and the difference between Guernsey and Jerseys and how, why and when these animals crossed the ocean to arrive on American soil, my friend sug­ gested visiting the American Guernsey Cattle Association online site. And more particu­ lar, she suggested a 2008 Dial Press book titled “The Guern­ sey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society " a novel written by co­ authors Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. “It is worth taking a day’s vacation just to stay home and read it, and I did," she said. Kindle prices usually start at $3.91. DavieCountyLibrary where I checked out mine: priceless. Sunday afternoon’s History Room library assistant searching through file drawers for anything on Twin Brook Farm history: better than price­ less. Our DC librarian made me a copy and said ten cents please. I pulled out of my pock­ et a worthless but treasured blue token and an orange life- saver and offered them in jest and she politely said no. She then smiled and said please do not make a trip out to the car to get a dime. Priceless. Named one of the IO best books of the year by Tlihe and USA Today, The Boston Globe and Charlotte Observer along with many others give the book a terrific rating. TheGlobestat- ing, “The letters that make up this novel shed light on the suf­ fering of the Channel islanders during the German occupation, but there is also a rich vein of humor. After [Juliet] moves to Guernsey to work on her book, she finds it impossible to leave the island and her new friends, a feeling readers may share when they finish this delightful novel.” Not yet. having a day of vacation to read the novel, its brief synopsis by my cow-lov­ ing friend is: during the war, Germany captures the channel isles of Guernsey and Jersey. These islands lie in the English Channel south of the United Kingdom and north of France and they wanted the cows. While under Nazi Occupa­ tion, the island people become so desperate that, as means of nourishment they invent po­ tato peel pie. And in theirplight they also invent a new means of societal living, literary and book club oriented so to speak, to help protect their lives and hide a roast pig from the Ger­ mans. And Juliet, an aspiring English news and war journal­ ist who has moved there, writes their stoiy. . A great new book on my car seat and a page of factual information with which to sub­ stantiate my uncle’s milk bottle curiosity, I exited the library in the rain to drive Qut to what was once Twin Brook Farm. The obit of John C. Sanford, 1953, age 67 and a well-known Mocksville businessman states, “He was a founder of Twin Brook Farm in this city, but disposed of this property some time ago.” As determined by my cow- loving friend and avid milk bottle collector, an embossed, meaning 1940s and earlier, clear glass Twin Brook Farm pint milk bottle “is not too rare in this locale and carries a Tair market value of about $32 .or so.” A Pino resident and friend knowledgeable of local dair­ ies said: “Though there were a number of dairy farms in the Pino community, there are no Pino milk bottles, as all milk was sent out elsewhere for bot­ tling.” One more friend, a pilot, has flown over the Channel Islands many times. Asking if from the air you can see cows he said, “Not at 30,000 feet.” Prayer concerns go to Bob Ellis, involved Saturday in a wreck at the Farmington Cross­ roads. Injured and as of this writing in the hospital, his re­ covery is expected. Betty West spent last week­ end with her sister Marty Bab­ cock and husband Bill in Ra- A miik bottle from the old Twin Brook Dairy - not too rare but still worth about $32. ■ Ieigh and attended Sunday wor-; ship service at Duke Chapel. ; The United Methodist; Women meet 9 a.m. for break- ; fast Saturday moming at Farm- * ington Methodist Church’s ; monthly breakfast and then' hold their meeting. Any clues for. the Pino news please call 751-2296 or pino-t newsJJJ@gmail.com. S C . . . Continued From Page C6 the school for future programs. It was a good time to find out more about the summer comps. For those unable to attend, there is still time to shop for that special gift for Mother’s Day. or just for you. Items will be for sale through May 15 by .appointment. Call Vauda at 492-5277. It’s summer camp sign-up time at Poplar Springs. There are three camps scheduled for your enjoyment this sum­ mer: June 24-27, July 8-11 and July 22-25. The cost per week Monday-Thursday is $70 for the first child and $60 for each additional child in the family. Camp hours are 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Camp is open to ail chil­ dren entering fiist grade and older. Each camper is asked to bring a bag lunch. An afternoon snack will be provided. . For more information, call Vauda at 492-5277 or.check out Poplor Springs School on Facebook. The next Game Night at the Sheffield-Calahaln Community Center and Recieation Area will be held Friday, May JO. Doors open at 6 for concessions and bingo begins at 7. The cen­ ter is at 174 Turkeyfoot Road. There will be a grand prize, 50/50 drawing, several cake­ walks and 20 games of bingo. Bring the family and come out for a night of fun and fellow­ ship. See you on Friday. Individuals wishing to pur­ chase a Sheffield-Calahalri Community Center calendar can contact me at 751-7567 or email brjbailey@msn.com. The deadline for ordering a 2014 calendar is,July 15. The cost is $5 each. Businesses may pur­ chase an advertisement. If in­ terested, please contact me for more information and details. The Ladies Auxiliary of the. Sheflield-Calahaln VFD will sponsor a country ham and sau­ sage benefit breakfast Saturday, May 11 from 6-10 a.m. at the fire department for Paul Beck. The department is at 435 Dys­ on Road. Donations will be ac­ cepted. All proceeds will go to help with his medical expenses. He has been an active and well respccted member of Sheffield. He has served the fire depart­ ment for almost 40 years. We look forward to seeing you on the 11th. Your support is great­ ly appreciated. Sheffield-Calahaln VFD meetings are held each Monday night at the station at I . There will be no Jr. Explor­ er's meeting at the SCVFD in May. Leonard and Staci ShoHher are proud of their son, Lucas, a first grader at William R. Davie for receiving the Character Ed­ ucation award. The SheffieId- CalahaIn community congratu­ lates Lucas on his achievement of being a caring, responsible young man of good behavior, who is always willing to help others. If you have a student that you would like recognized in this column, please do not hesitate to send your photos and information. The Fox Nfountain Enter­ tainers performed at The Ko- mer Deli in Harmony on Satur­ day night. Fox Mountain musi­ cians are Dave McLelIand on harmonica, Doug Prevette on dobra, Cynthia Shatzel vocals, Calvin Prevette on mandolin, Tom Cloer on guitar, Jimmy Paschal on banjo and Rodney Gordon on upright bass. They had a special guest, Wade Baynes, Nashville record­ ing artist, join them for a few songs. Senior Bible Study at Liber­ ty Wesleyan Church is held the second Tuesday of each month at 10 aon. Everyone is invited. Kid’s Night will be held to­ night May 8 from 6-7:30 p.m. at New Union UMC. This is an evening of activities (puppets, movies, crafts, music), Bible teachings and fellowship. Hope to see a lot of children on the 8th. Many asked for an update on Ray Livengood. He faces each day with pain, but thanks everyone for their love and prayers. Ray will leave for John Hopkins Medical Center on May 8. He has appointments scheduled for Thursday, May 9 and possibly Friday. His broth­ er, Donnie and their wives wiH Students learn how a veterinarian .works. F a r m i n s t o n By Laura Mathis Farmington Correspondent Mother’s Day is around the corner and Farmington is a /.great place for unique gifts. /Support our local businesses when thinking about that spe­ cial Mothers Day gift. Happy Mothers Day to all the motjiers and to my mother. Novella Champion of Salis­ bury, who keeps a watchful eye on the weekly Farmington News. accompany him on this jour­ ney. Please keep all of them in your prayers. Prayer list requests are for Lizzie Reeves, Hazel Smoot, Joann Ratledge, Eloise Ste­ phens, Janice Beck, Pat Gob­ ble, Madeline Lapish1 Melody Wagner, Ray Wagner1Tennyson Anderson, Tom Wright, Rose Wright, Joyce Carter, Lincoln Dyson, Marty Lookabill, John­ ny Walker, Robin White, Doug White, Diane Shoffner, Jean Reavis, Ray Livengood, Cheryl Richardson, Pat Moore, J.W. Keaton, Don Leonard, Dale AbernathyiEstelle Reeves, Dan Hampton, Bill Shoffner, Tom­ my Cloer, Tommy Malboeuf, Melvin Allred, G.H. Goforth, Elsie Simmons, Linda Go­ forth, Louise Livengood,Joyce Beck, Donnie Livengood,Tom Bumgarner, Robert Fergu­ son, Ray Cleary, Betty Lanier, Paul Beck, Roger Anderson, Ernestine Tabor, Bob McDan­ iel, Steve Sadler, Harold and Ena Johnson, Sonny Carter, Polly Lomax, Bill Bailey, Jerry Keller and Carolyn Jordan. Our condolences to the Fred 0. El­ lis Jr. family. As your correspondent, I need your help to make this a column of interest. If you have memories of Sheffield, contact me. 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(M ust h av e n ew sp ap e r a d no copies) Every T hursday w e give 5% of our p ro ceed s to S p e c ia l O ly m p ics D avie C o u n ty D av. S o co m e on in a n d le t's help them o u t to gether. You'll b e glad you did T he Palozzolo Fam ily T h an k s’ you for your p atro n ag e C8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 9,2013 *4 There were a lot of activities at Cooleemee’s Fun Day. At left, a girl gets blue hair extensions from Candace Ferrel; the middle photo shows Waylon Waller with his black widow spider face paint; and at right, a girl gets her face painted. C o o l e e m e e By Korcn ChandIcrSmUh Cooleemee Correspondent Friday Night out is May IO and baked potatoes and salad will be served. Please contact Sandra Ferrell at 336-749-1951 if you are planning to come. Don’t forget to bring'a friend. Saturday, June 15 is the Ole Timers Games. Men 50 and oyer and women 30 and over need to call Sandra Ferrell to sign up: 336-749-1951. The Fun Day Saturday was cool at first but that didn’t hin­ der anyone from having fun. Tliis was also a kick off to start the Cooleemee Pool Fundrais­ ing. So far, through private . donation, pledges, silent auc- . tion and the 50/50 raffle, a to­ tal of $14,000 has been raised, including a single donation of $5,000. • ' Sandra Ferrell, the recre­ ation director said at one point the tennis courts were full, the bouncing castle was going full speed, .families were at the park, lots of people were enjoy­ ing the com hole toss and many were munching on hotdogs. Everything was free. ; Bob Benson won the 50/50 raffle.' Mark Smith put his crafts­ manship to work and made a swing to be sold at auction. It brought in $125. . Candace FcrTeIt was putting in blue hair extensions for $5 or two for $8. All proceeds went to support the pool and each person was encouraged to wear them to show their continued support. Stop by Hello Gor­ geous on NC 801 South to get blue extensions to show sup­ port. “To see the support was awe­ some,”. Ferrell said. She and other committee members are going to Raleigh to And out if the PARTF grant came through for the pool, which would be a total of $25,000. The $25,000 Woodson Foundation Grant is contingent on the grant. On Saturday, June I, from 8 a.m.-noon, a consignment yard sale will be held at the Zachary House. Spaces are $10 and pro­ ceeds go toward the Pool Fund­ raiser Goal. Many of you are probably thinking of a great fundraiser and if you need help let us know. Young kids could take someonels trash out, wash someone’s car, do chores for their parent’s or set up a lem­ onade stand. Let me know how creative you have become to help do your part in raising some money. If you raise only S5, that’s OK because that puts us $5 closer to our goal. No one or any amount of money is too small. We are trying to archive as many events and people who are making a difference to reach our goal. So call me, let me know what you are doing. AU surrounding neighbors and communities will ben- efit from this public pool and is . i Henry Corriher watches as we are excited about having a great, clean place for. our families to enjoy a day in the , sun.. It’s eveiyone’s pool and we need help from everyone to help raise money so we can start splashing by next summer. The excitement in the air is contagious and it’s spreading like wild fire. How wonderful to see people step forward and give back to a community that Nathan Shores helps son Jacob. gave them wonderful child­ hood memories. The children of this and surrounding com­ munities have something to look forward to. This is only the beginning. Lynn RumIey got it right when she said, “We are a town that refuses to die.” To those of you who have helped already and those that are about to get on board, thank you for helping us put a splash back In our summer. Feel free to contact me at www.coolecmcenews@gmail. com or call me at 250.1133.1 would love to hear from you. Hallie Head watches others play games. Tanner Sechrest blavs ladder ball. Johnny Singleton stands in front of the fire trucks for the children to see. Mark Smith, Ronnie Chapman and Patrick Marion stand ready at the grill. W o m e n ’s C i v i t a n B a k e S a l e S a t u r d a y The Cooleemee Women’s Civitans will sppnsor a bake sale beginning at 9 a.m. Sat­ urday, May 11 in front of the Cooleemee Post Office and in Front of Dollar General on NC 801. 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Gregodft I D A V ltS C U U tN I Y JSIV I tsltrK lS J S K C L U K I/, I lu iih u a y , ivm j 7 , * v u • w Walkers participate in the Davie Domestic Violence Services Rape Crisis Center fundraiser last month. A breakfast Saturday at First Presbyterian of Mocksville will also raise funds for the agency. B r e a k f a s t T o R a i s e M o n e y F o r D o m e s t i c V i o l e n c e S e r v i c e s The mission of Davie Domestic Violence Services and Rape Crisis Center is.to end domestic violence nnd sexual assault in the community through empowerment, advocacy, education, aware­ ness and action for social change. On Saturday, May 20 the agency had its Th Annual Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Awareness Walk and raised more than $7,000 for victim services • but still needs donations to meet the needs of Davie residents. First Presbyterian Church of Mocksville, 26l S. Main St., Mocksvillc will hold a country breakfast on Saturday, May 11 from 7-10 a.m. Donation will be accepted for Davie Domestic Violence Services and Rape Crisis Center to help domestic vio­ lence victims. 4 G u e s t s T o S p e a k A t J e r u s a l e m B a p t i s t R e v i v a l Dave Wilcox, Teny West, MichaelTaylorand Eddie Spry will speak at revival at Jerusalem Bap.tist Church, 3203 US 601 S., Mocksville. Services will be at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, May 19, and at 7 p.m. Monday-Wcdnesdny. Offerings will go to an upcoming mission trip to Brazil. M o c k s B r e a k f a s t S a t u r d a y Mocks United Methodist Church, Mocks Church and Beau­ champ roads, Advance, will hold a country ham and tenderloin breakfast, eat In or take out, on Saturday, May 11 from 6:30-10 a.m. The menu will also include eggs, grits, sausage gravy, bis­ cuits and beverages for $6. Sponsored by the Mocks United Methodist Men. proceeds will benefit their ministries and projects. P u b l i c S h r e d D a y S a t u r d a y A t S t . F r a n c i s O f A s s i s i St. Francis of Assisi will host a public shred day on Saturday, May 11 from 9 a.m.*noon in the parking lot, 862 Yadkinvillc Road, Mocksville. Personal and confidential papers will be shred­ ded for a $5 tax-deductible donation per large paper grocery bag size. To Icam more, call the church at 406-1089. N e w L i f e A p o s t o l i c P l a n s W a l k - A - T h o n F o r S a t u r d a y New Life Apostolic Church will sponsor a walk from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. Saturday, May 11 at Rick Park Shelter 5. There will also be music, face painting and an area for children. A percentage of . proceeds will go to David “Speedy” Redmond, who was in a car accident last month. To Jeam more, call 751-0333. YardAnd Bake Sale Saturday At Macedonia Moravian A church-wide yard and bake sale will be held Saturday, May 11 from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. at Macedonia Moravian Church, sponsored by the women and men’s fellowships. Proceeds will go to church projects. F a r m i n g t o n B r e a k f a s t S a t u r d a y Farmington United Methodist Church, 1939 Farmington Road, Mocksville, will hold a breakfast Saturday, May-I I from 7-10 a.m. The menu will include pork tenderloin, sausage and sausage gravy, eggs, grits, stewed apples, biscuits, breakfast casserole, coffee and orange juice for a donation. Proceeds will support the activities of the church. Breakfast SaturdayAt Center Center United Methodist Church will host a breakfast from 6-10 a.m. Saturday, May Il with proceeds going to Brandon’s Buddies Foundation. The menu will include countiy ham, sau­ sage, eggs and more. The church is on US 64 West, Mocksville, at Godbey Road and 1-40. B l o c k P a r t y S a t u r d a y I n C o v i n g t o n C r e e k Advance First Baptist Church will host a community block party on Saturday, May 11 from 11 a.m.-2 pjn. in Covington CreekatthetenniscourtsinAdvance. There will be sports, games, crafts, hotdogs, popcorn, snow cones, and cotton candy. Stan Lake from Catching Creation will share his live animal friends and speak to kids about topics such as diversity, conserva­ tion, salvation and more. \ W>V V h o i s a w i s e m a n a n d e n d u e d w i t h k n o w l e d g e a m o n g y o u ? L e t h i m s h e w o u t o f a ; >d c o n v e r s a t i o n h is w o r k s w i t h m e e k n e s s o f w i s d o m . (James 3:13) This scripture message brought toyouby these local businesses who encourage you to worship at the church ofyour choice. (S^Esr AUTO PARTS MOCKSWLiE AUTOMOTIVE 894 S. Main Si. Mocksville. NC 27028 336-751-2944 FOSTER DRUG COMPANY 495 Valley Road Mocksville, NC 27028 . 336-751-2141Preicrlpiion Call In:336-753-DRUG H A Y W O R T H -M 1 L L E R ^-assN FUNIrRAI. 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Pearcy Sr. of Bluefield; his mother, JuIa Gay (Bob) Jen­ nings of Lexington; his wife, Cathy Pearcy; a sister, Lena (Roger) Reinsvold of Mocks- ville; 3 brothers, Jerry (Cathy) Pearcy Jr., Samuel Pearcy and Jon (Wendy) Pearcy, all of Mocksville; and many nieces, nephews and grand nieces and nephews. He had many hobbies, loved nature, and would hunt, fish, and catch snakes with his bare hands. He had a vast collec­ tion of knives and swords and could show how to use each.He played the guitar and loved to share a tune. Watching wres­ tling and playing video games was a favorite past time. He was willing to help anyone who needed it, and never asked for anything in return. He was a giving person who loved to 'spend time with family and was a good friend. A celebration of his life was held on Sunday, May 5, at 2:30 p.m. in the Davie Funeral Ser­ vice Chape) with the Rev! Tim­ othy Wolf officiating. Burial followed In the Believers Son- ship Tabernacle Cemetety. The family received friends on Sat­ urday, May 4 at Davie Funeral Service. Online condolences: www, daviefimeralservice.com. MILLER EQUIPMENT RENTAL I SPRING IS HERE! B ob cal, aerato r, core plugger & m ore for rent today! Hwy. 601 S., nnnMMocksville |336) 751.a2304 Jettic Dawn Patton Jettie Dawn Patton, 28, of Lois Lane, Mocksville, died on Saturday, May 4, 2013, at her home. Bom in Davidson County on Oct. 5, 1984, she was the daughter of Jerry Patton and Janice McCrary Patton of Mocksville. She was a member of Liberty United Methodist Church. She loved her family, friends, and aher animals. Her smile could light up a room. In her short life, she touched many people. She was a.breath of fresh air. No matter how many doctor appointments and how much pain she was in, she could always crack a joke just to make you laugh. Jettie cher­ ished her mom; they had a bond like no other. Jettie loved her father. The relationship they had was unique. They could joke around about anything and she could always make him laugh. She has two younger sis­ ters whom she taught so much. From grade school, they were known as "the Patton girls.” In addition to her parents, Jettie is survived by: her pater­ nal grandfather, James Patton of South Carolina; 2 sisters, Jessica Patton (Brian) Justice of Mocksville and. Julie (fiancd Kelly) Patton of Advance. She was preceded in death by her paternal grandmother, Mary Patton and her maternal grandparents, Foster.and]Au­ drey McCrary. A celebration of life service will be held on Saturday, May U at 2 pxn. at" Liberty United Methodist Church with the Rev. Brad Cunningham, Hospice Chaplain Brenda McCaIop, and the Rev. Shelby Harbour offici­ ating. The family will receive friends after the service. Online condolences: nnvw. daviefimeralservice.com. FARM FRESH PORK AllNatural No Arttfltdal InoatflentsGRAIN FED BEEFBV OflMBS ONUT - DWVBIY JUtA UABtgJerry & Clndy Foster (336)998-7175 Jerry Lee Low tharpc - Jeny Lee "Bub” Lowthar- pe, 73, of Statesville died on Wednesday, May I, 2013, at Forsyth Medical Center follow­ ing a brief illness. He was bom May 27, 1939, in Statesville and was a son of the late Thomas Roy and Emma Haire Lowtharpe. He was a retired carpenter, main­ tenance worker with Outrigger Harbor in Lake Norman and dairy farmer. He enjoyed fann­ ing, fishing, and going camping with the grandchildren. He was a member of New Hope Baptist Church and attended Society Baptist Church. He was also preceded in death by 2 sisters, Katie Over­ cash and Dean Rash; an infant brother, Jimmie A. Lowtharpe; and a brother-in-law, Carl P. Cartner. Survivors: his wife, Betty Seamon Lowtharpe, whom he married on Jan. 1, 1969; 3 chil­ dren, Louie (Lorri) Lowtharpe, Loretta Lowtharpe Bowers, and Lalney (Judy) Lowtharpe; 6 grandchildren, Lauren, Lind­ sey and Landon Lowtharpe, Meredith-Ann, Clint and Grac- ey Lowtharpe; a sister, Ann L. Cartner, all of Statesville; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services celebrating his life was held at 3 p.m. Sun­ day, May 5 at Society Baptist Church with the Rev. David Childers officiating. The body lie in state 30 minutes prior to the service and burial followed in the church cemetery. Kelly Overcash, Cliht Sweatman, Ja­ cob Miles, Tyier Wooten, Brian Welbom, and Johnny Holton will serve as pallbearers. The family received friends Friday, May 3 at Bunch-Johnson Fu­ neral Home. Online condolences: iimnt’. bunchjohnsonfuncralhome. com. Memorials: Society Baptist Cemetery Fund, do Dianne Smith, HO Feather Road, Har­ mony, 28634. Lena Potts Wall Mrs. Lena Potts Wall, 92, of Advance, died Thursday, May 2,2013, with her family at her bedside. She was bom one of nine children on Sept. 27, 1920, to the late Luke and Mattie O'Telia Potts. She was mar­ ried to the late Clarence Wil­ liam Wall on June 8, 1940. She was a faithful member of Comatzer Baptist Church, Mocksville since her childhood and joined the church in 1931. She taught the “Beginners" children Sunday school class for 26 years and always had a special love for the little ones. She was a graduate of the Class of 1937 of Shady Grove High School. She was a basketball player for Shady Grove and at­ tended many of her high school reunions. She was employed by Hanes Knitwear for 36 years and then worked for the Blu- menthal Jewish Home in Clem­ mons for 23 years. She was an inspiration and loved her Lord. She was also preceded in death by her husband, who died on Feb. 2,1969; 4 older sisters, Leona Bowens, Pearl Frye, Eva Potts and Mae Carter Laird; and 3 older brothers, Harvey Potts, Ray Potts and Worth Potts. Survivors: a brother, Homer Potts of Mocksville; a number of nieces and nephews; and a special niece and husband, Pam and Derek Hnrpe and their sons, Brandon and Brent Harpe, all of Advance. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 3 p.m., Sunday, May 5 at Comatzer Baptist Church with the Rev. Jeff Beverly offi­ ciating. The body svas placed in the church one hour prior to the service. Burial followed in the church cemetery. The family received friends from Saturday, May 4, at Comatzer Baptist. Memorials: Victory Junc­ tion Camp, 4500 Adam’s Way, Randleman, 27317. Online condolences: unm eatonfimeralservice.com. Pauline Nail Fleming Pauline Nail Fleming, 94, of Woodleaf, died Sunday, May 5, 2013 at her home surrounded by family and friends Mrs. Fleming was bom in Davie County on Sept. 3,1918 to the late FIoyd Alexander Nail and Eva Elizabeth Allen Nail. She graduated from Cool- ecmce High School and was a homemaker. Mrs. Fleming was an active member of Unity Presbyterian Church as long as her health permitted. She sang in the choir and taught Sunday school for years. She enjoyed growing roses. She was also preceded in death by her husband of 61 years, Junius S. Fleming, Sr., on Oct. 5,2000. Survivors: a daughter, Pa­ tricia Ann Swiccgood (Aldene) of Waynesboro, Va.; her sons, Junius S. Fleming Jr. (Karen) and David A. Fleming (Debbie) of Woodleaf; 5 grandchildren, Stephen Swicegood (Shannon), Scott Swicegood (Renee), Traci Fleming (Rick)5Amanda Huss (Greg) nnd Julie Reavis (Brad); 6 great-grandchildren, Jake Swicegood, Mackenzie Swicegood, Gracie Swicegood, Maelin Huss, Seth Swicegood and Emeiy Huss; and a special niece, Nancy Hylton (Billy). The family was to receive 1 friends from 6-8 p.m. Wednes­ day at the Summcrsett Funeral Home. Funeral services were to be conducted at 2 p.m. TTiurs- day. May 9 at Unity Presbyte­ rian Church with the Rev. Phil Hagen officiating, with burinl following in the church cem­ etery. Memorials: Unity Presbyte­ rian Capital Campaign Fund, PO Box 28, Woodleaf, 27054; WHPE Christian Radio, 1714 Tower Ave. //I, High Point, 2726Q; or Rowan Hospice/ Palliative Care, 720 Grove St., Salisbury, 28144. Online condolences: mt’tv. summersettfimeralhomexom. Classifieds 1 - 8 7 7 - 7 5 1 - 2 1 2 0 C U S T O M E R AvCustom ...... ... KU T.*r: "*■ NoW/Is m s s m V I-4 0 E K IT 1 4 8 F red OrreII Ellis Jr. .. Mr. Fred OrrelI EUis jr., 36, of Riverdale Road, Mocksville, died Sunday, May 5,2013. He was bom July 5, 1976, in Davie County to Fred O. El­ lis Sr. and Marie Cope Ellis. He was a member of Bethany Baptist Church and Mocksville Masonic Lodge 134 AF&AM Mr. Ellis was an auctioneer and an officer of Ellis Auto Auc­ tion. Survivors: his wife. Heather Fisher Ellis of the home; and his parents of Mocksvilte. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 2 pjn., Tuesday, May 7 at Eaton Funeral Chapel with the Revs. Tim Wolf and Shelby Harbour officiating. Burial fol­ lowed in Liberty United Meth­ odist Church Cemetery with masonic graveside rites. The family received friends from on Monday, May 6, at the funeral home. Memorials: Oxford Masonic Children’s Home, 600 College St., Oxford, 27565; or Shriners Hospitals for Children, PO.Box 31356, Thmpa, FL 33631. Online condolences: wwiv. eatonfimeralservice.com. Cecil Sanford tR cdf Sain Mr. Cecil Sanford “Red” Sain, 87, of Mocksville, died Friday.May 3,2013. He was bom Jan. 18, 1926, in Davie County to the late Dewey Sanford and Margaret Elizabeth Bowles Sain. He was of the Baptist faith. He served in the U.S. Navy on the Catoc- tin Navel Communication Ship during World War 11. He was aboard the Catoctin for the in­ vasion of France and served on the Flag Ship when Normandy was invaded. He retired from Drexel Heritage Furniture. He loved to fish, hunt, and was a Braves baseball fan. He was also preceded in death by his wife of 62 years, Marjorie Elizabeth Winters Sain; and a brother, Leonard Sain. Survivors: 2 sisters, Mary Sparks and Ora Mae Miller, both of Mocksville; a brother- in-law, Bill and Frances Winters of MadjsonlAIa.; 2 sons, San­ ford and Gwen Sain and Wen­ dell and Tlna Sain; 2 daughters, Diane and David Crotts, all of Mocksville, and Lynn and Gary VogIer of Cooleemee; 9 grandchildren, Stacy, Joel and Cindy Sain, the Rev. Darren Crotts, Brian Crotts and Me­ lissa Crotts, Allan Crotts, Julie Carter, and Elizabeth Snow; 18 great-grandchildren, Teighlor and Seth SainrAveree Everton, Emilee Bustle, Noah Sain, Bri- anna and Bailey Brewer, Lynd- say, Payton, Nathan, Justin and Lexi Crotts, Elloree, Riley, and Piper Crotts, Braeden and Dea­ con Carter, and Katie Pitts. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 4 p.m., Sunday, May 5 at Eaton Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Darren Crotts officiat­ ing. Burial followed in Con­ cord United Methodist Church Cemetery with military grave­ side rites. The family received friends Sunday at the.funeral home. Memorials: Gideon’s Inter­ national, Statesville Camp, 423 Saint Andrews Rd, Statesville, 28625 Online condolences: mvw. eatonfimeralservice.com. L w w w .1 s tc lio iG e s ta te s v ille .c o m 7 0 4 - 8 8 3 8 2 2 8 HAMS GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH IOOTH ANNIVERSARY FREE ( Donatiom Accepted) SabudajrMay 18th 202 Hams Grove Road, Statesville Corm Help us CMrcue with an OW FasIibned Tent Singing Bring jour Lawn Chairs, Blanket and Piadc Basto and enjoy the Greal Goepd Mielc NewGraee IM P M The G ospd Plowboys 1-2PM G ospdFriends 2-3PM M istyRirarBand 3-4PM D onJohnson 4-430 PM MountoinIUdge 430-550PM IreddlRatribIen 5-30-630 PM iJdKaltdNearCentrxdSdmAHwy IlSNji Kay Freem an C arter Kay Freeman Carter, 65, of Grey Street, Mocksville, died on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home. Bom in Rowan County on Jan. 27, 1948, she was the daughter of the late Arthur Edward Freeman and Betty Jean Koontz Freeman. She had worked at Fiber Industries and attended Oak Grove United Methodist Church. She was also preceded in death by a daughter, Kimberly Lynn Patterson, and a grand­ daughter, Kandi Lynn Jones. Survivors: a daughter, Kathy Ann (Anthony Craig) Smith of Salisbury; a sister, Karen De­ nise Freeman of Mocksville; an aunt, Faith Elizabeth Free­ man of Cleveland, NC; and 3 grandchildren. Coleton Edward Smith and Kylie Marie Smith of Salisbury and Kendra Nich­ ole Kimmer of Mocksville. The family will have, a gath­ ering from 2-5 p.m. Saturday, May 11 at her home on Grey Street. Memorials: Davie Hospice/ Palliative Care, 377 Hospital 'St., Mocksville. Online condolences: mvw. daviefimeralservfce .com. Kathy Ladd Baity Mrs. Kathy Ladd Baity, 61, of Yadkinville, died Saturday, May 4,2013 at her home. She was bom Dec. 30, 1951 in Forsyth County to the late Herman and Patty Jean Ladd. Mrs. Baity attended Huntsville Baptist Church and had retired from K&W Cafeteria. She is also preceded in death by a brother, Marty Ladd and a grandson, Andrew.Cleary. Surviving: her husband, Douglas Baity of the home; 2 daughters, Michelle B. Bryant and husband Adam of Mocks­ ville and Rhonda B. Cleary and husband Chad of Yadkinville; a sister, Joni Whaphnm and hus­ band Kenny of Winston-Salem; and 5 grandchildren; Kacey Cleary, Matthew Cleaiy, Tyier Bryant, Karleigh Btyant and Luke Cleary. .A funeral service was con­ ducted at 3:30 p.m. Monday, May 6 at Hayworth-Miller Kinderton Chapel by the Rev. Dennis Shaw. Burial followed in Westlawn Gardens of Memo­ ry. The family received friends Sunday at the funeral home. . Memorials: Huntsville Bap­ tist Playground Fund in Honor of her grandchildren, 4901 Courtney-Huntsville Rd, Yadk- invllle, 27055. Online condolences: Ivmv. hayworth-mWer£om. LIoyd Amos Smith Lloyd Amos Smith, 68, of Winston-Salem, died early Fri­ day moming, April 26, 2013 at Hospice Home in Winston- Salem after a long bout with cancer. He was retired from Har­ ris Teeter where he worked for more than 20 years in loss prevention. After retiring, he spent his days preaching the Word of Jehovah God with the • Kingdom-Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, who, along with his family, supported him in his time of need. He was a sports fan of teams like the UNC Tar­ heels, New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves. He traveled the US, and had a passion for growing flowers, plants and vegetables and was often told that he could make anything grow. Surviving: his wife of 43 years, Bonnie Smith; siblings, . Bill Smith, Sandra Sours and Vickie Barnes, all of Warner Robins, Ga., Glenda Lawrence of Mocksville, and Lona GiIe- spie of High Point; his chil­ dren, Selena, Lorie, Amos, Jacob, Kelly; grandchildren, Paris (Ashley), Lindsay, Phil­ lip, Stephen, Safah, Mary, Abi­ gail, Catherine and Anna; and 3 dogs, Blackie, Brownie and ,Hazy. W andaB aIley Flippin Ms. Wanda Nell Bailey FJip- pin, 63, of Buck Hill Road, Mocksville, died Monday, May 6,2013, at her home. She was bom June 17,1949, in Davidspn County to Bonson Leon Bailey and the late Nel­ lie Mae Danner Bailey. She was a member of Fork Baptist Church. She was a graduate of Davie County High School, Class of 1967 and retired from U.S. Airways after 25 years. Her passion was her children and grandchildren Survivors: her father of Mocksville; a son, Kevin Gil­ bert of Mocksville; a daughter, Lauren Flippin of the home; 4 grandchildren, Gracen, Gary and Shayna Gilbert and Lane Foster; and a brother, Tlm Bai­ ley (Debbie) of Advance. A funeral service was to be conducted at 2 pjn., Thursday, May 9 at Fork Baptist Church with Chaplain Randy Hillman officiating. The body was to be placed in the church 30 min­ utes prior to the service. Burial was to follow in the Church cemetery. The family was to receive friends from 7-9 p.m. on Wednesday, May 8 at Eaton Funeral Home. Memorials: Fork Baptist Cemetery Fund, 3140 US 64 E, Mocksville. Online condolences: tvmv. eatonfimeralservice .com. K atie Cam pbell Gibson Mrs. Katie Campbell Gib­ son, 78, of Advance died Mon­ day, May 6, 2013 at Somerset Court of Mocksville. She was bom Sept. 16,1934 in Layland, W.Va. to Jessie Er­ vin and Alma Fox Martin. Mrs. Gibson retired from Hanes Narrow Fabrics and was a member of New Visions Bap­ tist Church, formerly Victory Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Everette Wyatt Campbell; a grandson, Chris' Harp; and a brother Kenneth Martin. Surviving: a son, Charles Campbell and wife Ardis of Canton; 3 daughters, Cindy Johnson and husband Vic of Advance, Cathy Gill and hus­ band Carl Ray of Clemmons and Melinda AngeII and hus­ band Chris of Advance; 8 grandchildren; 8 great-grand­ children; and 3 sisters, Marjo­ rie Ness, Audrey Hatfield and Patricia Vandall. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, May IO at HayworIh-MilIcr Kinderton Chapel with Dr. Mike Duffield officiating. Burial will follow in New Vision Baptist Church cemeteiy. The family will re­ ceive friends one hour prior to the service. Memorials: Hospice/Pallia­ tive CareCenter of Davie, 377 Hospital St., Suite 103,Mocks­ ville. Online condolences: kwh'. hayworth-miiler.com. Louie ‘Pee W eef Beal Jr. Mr. Louie “Pee Wee” Beal Jr., 68, of County Home Road, Mocksville, died Monday, May 6,2013, at his home. He was bom Aug. 28, 1944, in Davie County to the late Louie Beal Sr. and Viola Ran­ som Beal. Mr. Beal was a mem­ ber of Mocksville Wesleyan Church. He was retired from Ingersoll-Rand and a graduate of Davie High School, class of 1964. Oneofthehighlightsof his life was when he was in­ ducted into the Davie County Sports Hall of Fame. Mr. Beal was a sports fan and he loved fishing, baseball and softball. He was also preceded in death by a sister, Edith Melton; and 3 brothers, Alton Eugene Beal, Edward Beal and Jerry Beal. Survivors: his wife, June Jones Beal of the home; a daughter, Gelee Beck (Shawn); a son, Brack Beal (fiancd Tra­ de Seaford), all of Mocksville; 4 grandchildren, Makayla Beal, Chloe Beal, Karrigan Beal and Logan Williams; 2- stepgrand- children, Jacie Hiboum and Brittany Cottle; K-9 compan­ ion, Zippy; numerous nieces and nephews; and special friends, Ed and Wanda Rosser, and Stephanie Whitaker. A funeral service will be conducted at 2 p.m., Thursday, May 9 at Eaton Funeral Chapel with the Revs. Alton Beal and Floyd McVey officiating. Buri­ al will follow in Dulin United Methodist Church Cemetery. The family was to receive friends from 6:30-8:30 pun. on Wednesday, May 8 at the fu­ neral home. Memorials: Mocksville Wes­ leyan, PO Box 1021, Mocks­ ville. Online condolences: www. eatonfimerahervice.com. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, May 9, iuio - t u F i s h F r y F r i d a y A t M a i n v i l i e The Home Missions Depart­ ment will sponsor a fish fry at Mainville AME Zion Church, 210 Main Church Road, Mocksville, on Friday, May 10 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. or un­ til sold out. Plates will consist of fish (whiting), baked beans, cole slaw, bread and dessert for a donation of 57 for plate or $3.50 for a sandwich. The pastor is Rev. Dorothy C Kelley. OrdersoffiveormorewilIbe delivered. Call 940-7471, 336- 671-6098 or 336-482-1678. Y M C A G e t s G r a n t UnitedHealthcare awarded a $1,000 grant to the Davie Family YMCA for a youth-led project that address childhood obesity. UnitedHealth HEROES is a wellness initiative devel­ oped by UnitedHealthcare and YSA (Youth Service America) designed to encourage young people, working with educators and youth leaders, to create and implement walking, running or hiking programs aimed at help­ ing fight childhood obesity. The YMCA’s Middle School Running Club is a 12-week program sixth grade students developed to foster sports/well­ ness, with training in running. The program will culminate in a 5K run/walk event. Obesity a leading cause of preventable death. The direct medical costs associated with obesity in 2008 were estimat­ ed at $147 billion. America’s Health Rankings is an annual state-by-state assessment of the nation’s health.Tt is: pub­ lished jointly by United Health Foundation, the American Public Health Association and Partnership for Prevention. Sudoku Solution 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 8 2 3 8 8 7 S B 9 2 4 8 9 6 8 5 2 4 3 Cros'sword Answers EH9QEI DRHBB HHH1 Bunn BHnaii rann B B B B naB B B n BflB BBOHB BBflHBB Bfllin BHHBH BBB BflB D BflBll DHBB BB HBBBB BflBBB ABflBBB DRBBBB ABflBBfl DBB HB BBBnBBBBBHB BH BflBHD BHflBB S B BDBflB BBHBB Lillian Taylor Borio Lillian Lorain Taylor Borio, 94, of Davie Street, Cooleemee, died on Tuesday, April 30,2013, at her residence. Bom in Macoupin County, 111. on April 9, 1919, she was the daughter of the late Roy Taylor and Mary Poole Taylor. She was a homemaker and was of the Catholic faith. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Angelo Borio, and a daughter, Carol Schuerman. Survivors: a son, Harold (Willie) Borio of California; 6 grand­ children , including Angela Islam of Cooleemee and Brian Schuer­ man; and 7 great-grandchildren. There will be no local services. Burial was in the Benld Cemetery in Benld, III. Online condolences: wwwdaviefimeralservice.c&m. RANDY MILLER & SO N S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 295 Miller Road • Mocksville (336) 284-2826 • We Pump Septic Tanks StateCerttfled inspector SkIdSteerWorkTnneher WorkHawing LoaderWork J e ttie D a w n P a tto n 1 9 8 4 -2 0 1 3 Oct. 5, 1984, Jeray and Janice Patton welcomed a beauti­ ful baby girl, Jettie Dawn Patton, weighing 6 lbs. 9 oz. at 21 inches long. At 6 weeks old, Jettie was diagnosed with Alpha I Anti-Trypsin Deficiency. She was in and out of hospitals and doctors’ offices. Jettie’s parents were told she would need a new liver. April 1, 1990, Jettie was airlifted to Chicago - the doctors had found a match. That Sunday, Jettie received her new liver. This was the beginning of an amazing life Jettie would lead. In 2002, Jettie graduated from Davie High School. After high school, she went on to make many more friends and touch so many lives. In April 2008, doctors discovered a brain tumor located on the brain stem. Jettie underwent her treatment options - radia­ tion and chemotherapy. The tumor continued to grow and im­ paired her abilities. Jettie never let this tumor bring her down. She still enjoyed shopping and playing with her many animals. In 2010, Jettic and her mom ventured to New York City to meet make-up artist, Bobbi Brown. Jettie was treated like a celebrity; from make-up and hair to a private photo-shoot, Jet- tie was in her zone. She talked to Bobbi Brown about make-up tips and gave Bobbi her opinion on make-up. They enjoyed The Lion King on Broadway and sight-seeing in the city. Jettie was strong in her faith and was not scared of death. She knew her Savior and knew she would be with Him when she was called home. On May 4,2013, Jettie was called home. Though we are sad Jettie’s life has ended here on Earth, she lives among the angels in Heaven. We miss Jettie terribly but she is no longer in pain and we find comfort in that. Jettie, my big sister, best friend, I miss you so much already. You were in every way the perfect definition of a great big sister. I wish so bad you could have had a healthy, normal life. You went through so much and throughout all of it you stayed strong and never questioned your faith. You were always so funny, even through the tough times. I will never forget any- : thing about you. I will see you soon. I love you, Jettie. - Jess A smile that I will always remember, a love that will never expire - Jettie Dawn Patton, I love you always. I looked up to you; you taught me so many things. What to do and what not to do, how to put on make-up and coordinating clothes. You were always so pretty and coordinated - make-up was al­ ways perfect and clothes were matched flawlessly. You had the best personality; you were so funny and loved making people laugh. My beautiful sister, I miss you so much. 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Calahah FW. is on thengf* Watcti tor sign on tie right \ On the web at www.calahalnfannxom Email: calahalnfami@gmafl.com ^03511 5445 C12 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 9, M em b ers of th e D avie S ch o o ls C o m b in e d E lem en tary C h o ru s fill th e s ta g e a t th e M asonic P icnic A rbor during K id sF est. Kids... C ontinued From Page C l Many of the agencies and orga- provided by community non- nizations also shared informa- profits and service agencies, tion on programs and services for families. “Kidsfest is a big opportu­ nity for us to find families who * + W O ur re s p e c t a n d g ra titu d e w ill fo re v e r b e w ith o u r fa lle n m ilita r y h e ro e s a n d th e ir fa m ilies. W e w ill n e v e r fo rg et th e ir d e d ic a tio n to o u r c o u n try a n d o u r * freed o m . To a ll th e m e n a n d w o m e n w h o s e rv e In u n ifo rm to d ay , w e th a n k y o u fo r y o u r c o m m itm e n t to p re s e rv in g fre e d o m a t h o m e ^ n d a ro u n d th e w o rld . Y ou a r e a n in s p ira tio n to a ll o f u s, a n d m a k e u s p ro u d to b e A m e ric a n s. W e s a lu te y o u a n d y o u r fa m ilies, a n d p ra y fo r y o u r safe r e tu r n h o m e. Yoxir Name-. __ A d d ress:_______ Y our Phone: __ Y ourM essage: , Please send this ad with your greeting and check payable to: SALISBURY POST P.O. Box 4639, Salisbury, NC 28145 For more information call 704-797*4220, Mon.-Fri. 6 AM-5 PM. Photos and copy may be emailed to classads@salisburypost.com NEW- Add on Davie Enterpnse-Record and Clemm ons Courier Salisbury Salisbury Post, Post Only: Davis & CIemmDns 1X3 .............$ 2 0 ..................$ 3 0 2 X 3...............$ 3 0...................$ 4 5 3 X 3...............$ 4 0...................$ 6 0 4 X 3...............$ 5 0 ...................$ 7 5 Salisbury Post deadline for subm ission is Wednesday, May 23 and ads will run Monday, May 27, 2013 Davie and Clemmons deadlines are May 17 and ads will run on Thursday, May 23, 2013 aren’t aware of our programs and services,” said Mary Beth Scebold, executive director for Smart Start. “We want to make sure that families know about all the organizations, including Smart Start, that offer programs in our community that benefit families. So many families are missing opportunities because they just don’t know that they are out there. W hile Kidsfest is meant to be fun, it serves a much greater purpose for con­ necting families with organiza­ tions that serve their needs.” “Smart Start would like to thank all of the participants, volunteers and committee members that make Kidsfest a success, including the Davie High School Future Teachers of America, Hillsdale Baptist Church, the staff at the Mocks- ville-Davie Parks & Recre­ ation, and the board of directors and staff of Smart Start,” said Scebold. "We really appreciate lhe community coming togeth­ er to help us make this event possible.” Smart Start of Davie is a 501(c)(3), 'non-profit organi­ zation serving all children in Davie, from birth to 5, by pro­ viding resources and services for families and child care pro­ viders so that children arc pre­ pared for success in school and beyond. Smart Start is a United Way PartnerAgency. Call Smart Start at 751 - 2113, follow it on Facebook or visit wwwxlaviesimnstart.org for more information. A ubrey W a y n e a n d Taylor Sm ith w a tc h R y an S h o rt m a k e a balloon creation. Salisbury? • Post Honoring Their Service. & Sacrifice Ja y la J o h n s o n c u d d le s w ith a n ew friend a t th e petting zoo.C h lo e H aw otte en jo y s h e r n ew balloon hat. S h a n ia B row n p lay s with a kit from {he E arly C hildhood R eso u rc e C enter. Daniel Boone Festival Held Annual Event Is A Success T h e S leep in g B ooty B an d provided m usical en te rtain m en t a t th is y e a r's D aniel B o o n e F estival o n S atu rd ay . l5 lo r ic Q L K M rS 7 / v \ / ■ S am B ow ers, 5, battled chilly w e a th e r a s h e v is­ ited w ith g ra n d p a re n ts, ■*--— - . M artha a n d Bill B ow ers. T ony B ailey p erfo rm ed at J u n k e rs Mill. L inda L eonard e n c o u ra g e d festival g o e rs to ta k e a d v a n ta g e of th e w alking history to u rs th a t w e re offered. Jim a n d S h aro n M yers m an n e d th eir tab le of T hirty-one p ro d u c ts a t th e festival F estival g o e rs en jo y ed a d a y of activities a t this y e a r’s festival B ridge m e m b e rs g a v e th e crow d a t Ju n k e r’s Mill so m eth in g to h ear. R A FTS^{,Lcrtu Smcuzck EU*MCKM ,.704-393-2467 L inda S m e ltz er of L inC rafts p o ttery visited w ith h e r au n t, P eg g y W allace (right). T his y e a r s D aniei B o o n e F estival drew a crow d to dow ntow n M ocksville for th e w e e k e n d . - P h o to s b y R o b in S n o w G alliher F a T T a U h e f e s d ! ^ 8961313165 DZ - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 9,2013 P ln e b ro o k E le m e n ta ry fo u rth ' g ra d e rs J a k e Hill (left) a n d B lak e Little (m id d le) show , d isp la y s th e y m a d e o f E a s t C a ro lin a a n d W e s te rn C a ro lin a u n iv ersities, a n d A lex P e tro s d is c u s s e s th e m e rits of N .C . S ta te U niversity w ith sc h o o l s u p e rin te n d e n t, Dr. D arrin H a rtn e s s . T h e s tu d e n ts h a d w ritten le tte rs to th e a d m is s io n s d e p a rtm e n ts o f a c o lle g e o r univ ersity a sk in g for in fo rm atio n , th e n m a d e d is p la y s tp s h a r e w ith c la s s m a te s , fam ily a n d v isito rs. D a v i e S c h o o l s MocksviIIc Elem entary Students of the Week: Alex Del-Cannenl Felipe Flores- Hemandez, Isabel Osborne Johnston, .Christian Arroyo, Maya Barcenast Elijah Steele, Stephen Vernon, Candice Trent, Genesis Antunez, Louis Lopez, Itzel Cebrero, Vemon Prater, Adrianna Carter, Kay* anna Caldwell. The children in M rs. Van­ diver and Mrs. Anderson’s kindergarten class continue to review sight words and read books daily to improve word recognition and fluency. Tn reading and science, the class read many books about seeds and learned about how they grow. The children ob­ served that all seeds do not look the same, nor do they produce the same kind of plant. They learned that plants are. living things and all living things 'heed air, water, food, and light to help them grow. They are planting seeds and keeping a journal on the plant’s growth and learning how insects help plants to grow. In math, they practiced making 2-D and 3-D shapes and finding them in the environment. Angelina Etter and Grace Forrest’s first grade class has been learning about being a de­ tective. They have helped look .for clues to solve a mystery. The story for the week was Dot and Jabber and the Great Acom Mystery. In this story the mice Dot and Jabber have a mystery to solve. In math, the students have been learning about tally marks and pictogmphs. They used data to answer questions about graphs. Fifth grade classes are com­ pleting the last science rotation and will complete a review of all material in the weeks lead­ ing' up to HOG tests. In math, students nTe working on ge­ ometry and.measurement. Stu­ dents in Mrs. Essie's math class constructed three-dimensional shapes using newspaper as they discussed attributes of polyhe- dra prior to learning about vol­ ume. Students took part in the fifth grade county field day, a trip to Buck Steam Plant, and a tour of South Davie Middle. Shady Grove Elem entary Kindergarten-second grade PE students are working on 2-square and practicing for fit­ ness testing. Grades 35 are working on football skills and preparing to play flag football. All are finishing spring fitness tests. After testing, classes will begin recreational sports. Sports Ihat the students will Ieam about, and play are teth- erball, badm inton,. bowling, com-hole, shuffle board, deck tennis, 4-square and hex ball. This unit teaches the skills of the games as well as the good sportsmanship and cooperation needed to be successful. The children had a opportu­ nity to take part in the physical education classroom’s talent show on April 22 and 23. They could sing, jump rope, Hula Hoop, tumble, cheer, dance, play an instrum ent... This was an opportunity for children to share their special gift or talent unknown to their classmates. There will be a school talent show on Wednesday, June 5, that will include certain perfor­ mances selected from the PE performances. Funday is Monday, June 3. This is a time that all children take part in station activities. Tlie kindergarten-second grad­ ers have 40 stations to partici­ pate in and the 3 5 grades are challenged with 50 stations. Each age group gets 90 minutes to complete their activities and then each class takes part in a tug of war for each grade level. Pinebrook Elem entary ■ Kindergartners are explor­ ing their homes, school, town, county, state and world through maps. They are learning to draw simple maps and locate places on those maps. TIiey are learning about landforms. They can identify and describe land­ forms. Mrs. Miller and M rs. Swaim’s first graders, dur­ ing whole group reading time, have been reading a funny story about -Henry and Mudge. Students discussed cause and effect and how to look at what they are reading to find out why a character acts the way they do. In math they learned the at­ tributes of shapes. They began learning about equal shares. In science, the class started a unit on animals and will begin to do research in the library in the next few days on a chosen ani­ mal. They will use resources at school to collect their informa­ tion, and will transfer that into a writing that they will be'able to share with classmates, along with a visual aid they will com ­ plete at home Second graders are learn­ ing about the environment and natural resources. Students WOW Winners W o o d m e n o f th e W o rld L o d g e 3 2 3 m e t a t t h e D a v ie A c a d e m y C o m m u n ity B u ild in g , T u e s d a y e v e n in g , A pril 2 3 to re c o g n iz e t h e s ix D a v ie H ig h s tu ­ d e n ts a n d th e o n e E a rly C o lle g e s tu d e n t c h o s e n to r e c e iv e a $ 7 5 0 h ig h e r e d u c a tio n s c h o la r s h ip fo r th e s c h o o l o f th e ir c h o ic e P re s id e n t R u b y O ’N e a l re c o g n iz e d : B ra n d o n K o o n tz , J o e l C a rtn e r1 W illiam C a rtn e r, S a r a h S p o - ra u g le , J e n n ife r W e s t, D a v id L e e H u rse y , o f D a v ie H ig h , a n d T y ler G a d d y o f th e E a rly C o lle g e . F ifty -fo u r s c h o la r s , fam ily, a n d L o d g e m e m b e r s e n jo y e d h a m b u rg e rs a n d h o td o g s a lo n g w ith all th e trim m in g s a n d a d e s s e r ts . devised plans to make the earth a better place. In math, they are learning about three- dimensional shapes. Students enjoyed making shapes with marshmallows and toothpicks. They wrote creative stories about shape monsters that they created. Students in Mrs. Culler’s third grade class completed research projects about the so­ lar system. They presented the information to classmates and made models to represent the research. The projects are suspended from the peiling. Student teacher Bethany Little finishedher work. She brought lots of energy and enthusiasm to the classroom. Mrs. Hartman’s and Mrs. Mnrtin’s fourth grade language ‘ arts students have been re­ searching North Carolina col­ leges and universities. Each stu- ’ dent chose a school and wrote a letter to (he admissions office requesting information. Most received a reply that included brochures, pencil, pens, pen­ nants, and even some 1-shirts. The students compiled infor­ mation into written reports as . well as tri-fold display boards. On Friday April 26 the children assembled their display boards and hand outs and hosted a College Fair. Third, fourth, and fifth crade students visited the fair along with parents, teach­ ers and administrators. Each students had prepared a two to three minute presentation to share during the College Fair. Fifth graders in Mrs. Croits’ math class are finishing geom­ etry. Students created geomet­ ric aliens using 2-D .and 3-D shapes. M rs. Walker's language arts classes are working on po­ etry projects. Students created books of their own poetiy. Mr. Devericks1 math classes are learning about measurement. They are studying the custom­ ary units and the metric units. M rs. Shelton's language arts classes are focusing on parts of speech. DCHS Auto Class To Hold Car Show The Davie High School au­ tomotive technology class will sponsor a car show on Satur­ day, May 18 from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. on the front parking lot of the school on Salisbuiy Road in Mocksville. Registration is from 9-10. a.m. with a $10 fee. Judging will be at noon. Proceeds will benefit the class and the Davie Storm 13U traveling baseball team. To Ieam more, contact Seth James at 336-477-4198. jamess@davieJil2 Jic.us% or Tim McKnight at 36-909-2892, mcknighit@davie-kl2nc.us. A R e a l B a r g a i n K e e p u p w i t h a l l t h e n e w s w i t h a n a n n u a l s u b s c r i p t i o n t o t h e E n t e r p r i s e R e c o r d . It’s only $20 per year if you live in Davie County C a l l T o d a y 1 - 8 7 7 - 7 5 1 - 2 1 2 0 :-----------------------------j---------------------------------------------------- C o rn atz er E lem en tary C o u g a rs of th e W eek of April 2 2 a n d 29, from left: front - M arissa A b sh ire, K yleigh S m ith, V a n e s s a C ie n fu e g o s, R afael L ag u n e s, D e an n a L a-R o se, H u n ter J a m e s , C h arlie B eam , Isaiah Sm ith; m iddle - Irving R om ero, A aron H arding, E rlcka A rellano, Jen ife r R odriq u ez, C h ristin a G ad d y , T yler W arren, D evon C o lem an , A utum n D avison; b ac k - B ryson R obinson, E th an H arrison, S a ra B ishop, T .J. S m ith, W illiam D eato n , Tyler S n y d er, B rae S can lo n , P ie rre V alentine, M ahaley A b sh ire1 S a v a n n a h King. SEPARATION? DIVORCE? ‘N o office v isit re q u ire d fo r sim ple divorce* R o s s K e t n e r A t t o r n e y a t L a w Family Lw since 1996 Advance, NC \------- 336-813-1173 rossketnei^gmailcora OOOFFWATCH BATTERIES DMAlON GOLD G A LL E R Y * M O C K SV IL L E (dcjt Peebles) • 751-3747 Students Go 4WiId' At Education Site The£Jmh grade students of Beth 'Carter and Tammy Es­ sie at Mucksvillc Elementary School enjoyed a field trip to the WILD Education Site last week. The students identified scat from animals, tracked animals, checked bird houses for nests and eggs, and visited the ash pond to look for blue herons. The students had fun while trekking through the woods looking for tree frogs and other types of animals. The students were able to enjoy the beautiful weather as well as Icam about the habitats of animals. The W ILD Education Site is sponsored through Horizons. U A v ik c o u m x u n i t n r K i o u . iihiim ju r , i*»«i m I m x -- S kylar G rubb c h e w s o n s o m e p in e n e e ­ d les for h er daily V itam in C . M ocksville E lem en ta ry fifth g ra d e rs H aley J o n e s an d E den S am m y R o sen q u ist g e ts a d o s e H arris look a t s o m e ’s c a t. of V itam in C from p in e n e e d le s. A dam G ledhili, M cK enzie T om berlin, B ryceson C ozart, R y lea C arter, a n d C arle y G reen identify s o m e sc a t. S tu d e n ts look th ro u g h th e bird blind to try a n d find th e blue h ero n s. S tu d e n ts in T am m y E ssie ’s (left) a n d B eth C arte r’s c la s s e s a t M ocksville E lem entary p o s e a t th e a s h p o n d a t th e H orizon's W ild E d u cation S ite. S S S S 4 B ailey M cK night ex p la in s to n ew k m d erg a rtn ers a n d th eir p a re n ts th e p ro c e d u re in th e office for ch e ck in g in or ch ecking o u t a stu d en t. Learning About School Incoming Shady Grove Kindergartners Get A Tour J e s s ie C ro sb y s p e a k s to th e n ew k in d erg artn ers a n d p a re n ts a b o u t th e m ed ia cen ter, ch eck in g o u t b o o k s, a n d m ed ia tim e e a c h w eek. m Shady Grove Elementary won’t seem like a scary place in August for the incoming kin- dergartcn students. The school hosted a lunch and tour for the new students to come see how fun and exciting kindergarten will be. Tlie fifth grade student council members guided the guests around cam­ pus and answered their ques­ tions. The students and parents were taught the Shady Grove motto of the 3 Rs: Be Respect­ ful, Be Responsible, and Be Ready. Students explained these character traits and how they should be represented dur­ ing the school day. The tour guides then shared their opin­ ion and views of Shady Grove. The tour continued to the playground where students learned about recess, running laps, and the mile club. Tliey saw the gym and were told how important physical exer­ cise is to staying healthy. Then, the Waterford Lab and the K-2 Computer Lab were visited. The guides explained that the new students would spend n lot of time learning Computer skills and lessons in the com- puter labs. The guests visited the Span­ ish, music, and art classrooms. They were told how they will be learning to speak Spanish, sing songs, keeping rhythm and beats, and the various projects for art. They then proceeded .0 the media center. Future Shady Grove students were instructed about media time, checking out books, and the importance of reading. The next slop was the bus. They were able to sit on the bus and learned about safe­ ty and being quiet so the driver can concentrate. TJie final stop was the most anticipated. They visited a kin­ dergarten class. They were able to see what the students were learning, how to behave, aiid all the new and exciting things they would experience.T an n e r B atten d is c u s s e s w h at th e stu d e n ts will b e learning in m u sic c la ss. Earn Some Extra Cash With A Free Ad That’s right, no cost for ads from individuals on items less than $500 Call today for details 1-877-751-2120 1)4 - UAVlt CUlJNiY tiNTttKl'KlSlS KliitUKU, Thursday, May 9,2U13 LEGAL NOTICES D avie H igh Jr. C ivitan w ith club m e m b e rs, J e s s ic a W hite a n d M eredith R atled g e in front; a n d H a n n ah D aniel, S a ra h F o rst, S u m m e r S m a rt, M attie B o w Ie san d A d v iso r M s. B o rd n er a t back. Davie High Jr. Civitans Elected To State Offices OnApril 27, the Junior Civi- tan District Convention was held at North Davie Middle School, sponsored by the North Davie - Junior Civitan Club. The theme was “On ihe road to Charlotte.” This theme was chosen because the International Junior Civitan Convention wilt be held in Charlotte this June. Jessica W hite was elected JuniorCivitan District Governor forthc2013-2014year. Sheisa juniorat Davie High. Sheserves as co vice president of the club and district deputy governor. This her sixth year in Junior Civitan. Jessica, nominated b y ' District Chair Pat Laney, also won the District Junior Civitan of the Year Award. M ered ith R atledge w as elected Junior Civitan District Deputy Governor for the 2013 «- 2014 year. She serves as co vice president o f the club and district lieutenant governor. She has been in Junior Civitan for the past* six years. Meredith won runner up for District Junior Civitan of the Year Award. Summer Smart was runner up for president of the year. She serves as co-president o f the club, is a junior, and has been a Junior Civiten for the past six years. Allison Smithwon runner up. for the club officer of the year. She serves as co vice-president. She is a junior. The Davie High Junior Ci­ vitan Club won runner up for the Joint Junior-Senior Project Award. The club assisted its sponsoring club, the MocksviIIe Civitan Club, with the Food for His Flock food drive. They participated in both drives by manning a door at Wal-Mart and a second location on the March food drive.'Their attendance for this project was exemplaiy and much needed,” said Mocksville Civitan Lean Reinsvold. “T he D avie High Junior C ivitan club m em bers have worked hard this year in lheir community and school.The club members are to be commended 'for all their efforts this year/' Reinsvold said. They participated in 26 ser­ vice projects, held fundraisers and donated funds to several worthy causes. Club members have volunteered m ore than 1,700 hours in club projects this year. 'T hey have been dedicated, loyal and hardworking.-They truly care for those in need and are willing to go the extra mile to help our community. They are an example for us all.* V 9 M ocksville E lem en tary first g ra d e rs D aniel P m a A rroyo a n d K en d al G entry (Iett) u s e te d d y b e a r co u n te rs to m e a su re th e d ista n c e o f a ro bot; w hile a t right, C arte r C uthrell a n d M aggie R u ssell co u n t how m a n y p a p e r clip s it ta k e s to m e a su re th e d ista n c e a ro bot traveled. First Graders Use Robots In Measurement Lesson Kristin Cnllison and Stepha­ nie Davis' first grade class at M ocksville Elementary recent­ ly completed a science unit on plants. Students learned about plants, the parts and what plants, need to survive. The children observed bean plants over several days and recorded observations of what changed Carbone Earns Award Elizabeth M . Carbone oi Advance is among this year s National Merit $2300 Scholar' ship winners. The Merit Schol-. ardesigneesfwere chosen from a pool of more than 15,000 fi­ nalists. Carbone is a student at the N.C. School o f Science and Math in Durham. She is con­ sidering a career in law. as the beans began to sprout. They also worked in groups to create a flower, label the parts and identify the roles of each part. In math, the students have been working on the concept of two digit addition with and without regrouping. The stu­ dents learned to identify when they need to regroup. J a k e C a rte r They are beginning a unit on measurement. Students learned about standard and non-stan­ dard measurement tools. They had fun measuring tons of things in the classroom using a variety of non-standard tools. They even measured them­ selves. Julie Marktin led a robotics measurement lesson. J a k e C a r t e r T o T a k e A i r F o r c e T r a i n i n g Former Davie High School student Jake Carter will leave July 1 5 fo rU 5 . Air Force train­ ing in Texas. He is the grandson of Anita Morgan of Mocksville and Da­ vid Carter of Ai;jona, Colum­ bia, South America. He graduated from, high school in Illinois. NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EX ECU TO R'S NOTICE Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of RONALD LEE COLEMAN, deceased, of Oavid Counfy, North' Carolina, this is to notify all persons. Firms and cor­ porations having claims against said decedent to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 2nd day of August, 2013, being three months from the first day ol publication of this notice, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Alj persons, firms' and'corporations indebted to said estate are notified to make im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 2nd day of May, 2013. RONALD SPEED COLEMAN * 873 GMdstone Road Mocfcsville.'NC 27028 PIEDMONT LEGALASSOCI- ATESr PA Lynne Hicks, Attorney 124 West Depot Street Mocksville, NC 27028 (336) 751-3312 5*2*4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 12 SP 291 AM ENDED NOTICE OF FO R ECLO SU R E SALE Under and by virtue of a Pow­ er of Sale contained in that cer­ tain Dead of Trust executed by Michael A. Crafford and Saman­ tha Jo Crafford to David B. Craig, Tru$lee(s), which was dated No­ vember 9,2001 and recorded on November 9,2001 in Book 394 at Page 140, Davie County Regis­ try, North Carolina. Default having been made of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the under­ signed, Trustee Services of Caro­ lina, LLC, having been substi­ tuted as Trustee In said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said default having di­ rected that ihe Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Sub­ stitute Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the county courthouse where the property is located, or Uie usual and custom­ ary location at the county court­ house for conducting the sale . on. May 22, 2013 at 10:00AM, end will sell to the highestbidder for cash the following described property situated In Davie1Coun' ty, NorQt Carolina, to wit: Being known and designated as Lot Number. 22 of Section 3, Creekwood-Estates as shown in Map Book 5, Page 23, Office of the Register of Deeds «of Davie County, North Carolina reference to which is hereby made for a more particular description. Save and except any releas­ es, deeds of release or prior con­ veyances of record. Saltf property is commonly • known as 112 Wills Road, Ad­ vance, NC 27006. Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and the court cosfs of Fbrty-Five Cents (45c) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00)' pursuant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(l). A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five per- cent (5%) of Ihe purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, will be required at the time of the sale. Fotiowingtheexpirationol the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are imme­ diately due and owing. Said property to be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale is being offered 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 exist­ ing in, on, at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any un­ paid land transfer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or ex­ ceptions of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owner(s) of the property Is/are Michael A. Crafford. An Order for possession of the property may be issued pur­ suant to G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of the purchaser and against Ihe 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. Thenotice 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 effective date of the termina­ tion. If the trustee is unable to con­ vey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of ihe purchaser is the return of the de­ posit. Reasons of such Inability to convey include, but are not lim­ ited to, the Iiling of a bankruptcy petition prior to .the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge ol the trustee. If Ihe validity of the sale is challenged by any party, the trustee, in their sole discre­ tion, if they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sate to be void and return the deposit The purchaser will have no further remedy. Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC Substitute Trustee • Brock & Scott, PLLC Attorneys for Trustee Ser­ vices of Carolina, LLC 5431 OieanderDriveSuite , 200 Wilmington. NC 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-4988 FAX: (910) 392-8537 File No.: 12-23397-FC01 5*9-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIE COUNTY 13SP90 IN THE MATTER OF THc FORECLOSURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXECUTED BY ANASTACIO H. GONZALEZ- HERNANDEZ AND ESTELA ROMERO CAJA DATEO‘MAY 25, 2004 AND RECORDED IN BOOK 553 AT PAGE 53 IN THE DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC REG­ ISTRY, NORTH CAROLINA . . NOTICE O F 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 in­ debtedness and failure to perform the stipulation and agreements therein contained and, pursu­ ant to demand of the owner and holder of the secured debt,-the undersigned substitute trustee will expose for sale at public auc­ tion to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sate at the county courthouse of said county at 2:30PM on May 24, 2013 the following described real estate and any other . improvements which may be situated thereon, In Davie County, North Carolina, and being more particularly de­ scribed as follows: BEGlNNtNG at a railroad spike In the center of SR 1332 right of way (locally known as Elmore Road) located North 78 deg. 52 min. 00 sec. East 45.00 feet Irom the southeast comer of W. B. Sharpe, Jr., DB 106, Pg. 346, and runs thence SouUi 11 deg. 08 min. 00 sec. East pass­ ing through an iron in the south­ ern right of way margin of SR 1332 at 30.00 feet for a total dis­ tance ol 700.00 feet to an iron; thence South 78 deg. 52 min. 00' sec. West 235.00 feet to an iron; thence North 11 deg. 08 min. 00 sec. West passing through an iron in the southern right of way margin of SR 1332 at 870.00 feet for a total distance of 700.00 feet to a railroad spike in the center of'.SR 1332 right of way; thence with the center of SR 1332 right of way North 78 deg. 52 min. 00 sec. East passing through spikes at 25.00 feet and 190.00 feet for a total distance of 235.00 feet TO THE BEGINNING, containing 3.776 acres, more or less, as sur­ veyed June 12,1991, by Grady L- Tutterow, and being a portion of lands described by DB 130, Pg. 480, Davie County Registiy. And Being more commonly knoym as: 239 Elmore Rd, Mocksville, NC 27028 The record owner(s) of the property, as reflected on the re­ cords of the Register of Deeds, la/are Anastaclo H. Gonzalez- Hemandez. The property to be offered pur­ suant to this notice of sale is be­ ing ofiered tor sale, transfer and conveyance “AS IS. WHERE IS." Neither the Trustee nor the holder of the note 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 note make any representation or warranty relat­ ing to the title or any physical, en­ vironmental, health or safety con­ ditions existing in, on, at or relat­ ing to the properly being offered for sale. Any and all responsibili­ ties or liabilities arising out ot or in any way relating to any such con­ dition expressly are disclaimed. This sale is made subject to all prior Hens and encumbrances, and unpaid taxes' and assess­ ments including but not limited to any transfer tax associated with the foreclosure. A deposit of live percent (5%) of the amount of the bid or seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), whichfeVerHsigreater, is required and m usttj^ijdered 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 the expiration of the statutory upset 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 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 Ihe property may be issued in favor of the purchas­ er. 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 to the landlord. You may be liable for rent due under the agreement prorated to Ihe effective date oi the termination. The date of this Notice is May 3.2013. Grady I. Ingle or Elizabeth B. EUs Substitute Trustee 10130 Perimeter Parkway, Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28216 (704) 333-8107 bttp/Zshapiroattomeys.com/nc/ 13-040761 Posted:__________________ By: ---------;--------------------- 5-9-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Co-Ex­ ecutors of the Estate of FRAN­ CES WESLEY JORDAN, late of Davie County, this is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having -claims against said Es­ tate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before July 25.2013, (being three (31 months from the first day of publication of this notice) pr'thls notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. AU persons, firms and corpora­ tions indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 25th day of April, 2013. JOHN DICKSON JORDAN JR. IOOCalumetCt Carrboro, NC 27510 RONALO BURTON JORDAN 269 Lodgecrest Dr Winston-Salem, NC 27107 4-25-4tp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS AU persons, firms and cor­ porations having claims against WILLIAM GEORGE SUMMERS, deceased of Davie County, North Carofina1 are notified to exhibit the same to: BRENDA JANE SUMMERS. Executor 6561 Hearthstone Drive Raleigh, NC 27615 on or before July 25, 2013, or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. Oebtors of the Decedent are asked to make im­ mediate payment. This 16th day of April, 2013. DIANNE A. WALLIS of Wallis Law Firm, PA., Attorneys ror BRENDA JANE SUMMERS. Executor Estate of WILLIAM GEORGE SUMMERS 5500 McNeeIy Drive, Suite 102 Raleigh, NC 27612 (919) 783-8118 4-25«4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY PERSONA L REPRESEN* TATIVE’S NOTICE Having qualified as Personal Representative of the Estate of THELMA MAELENE TEAGUE SNYDER, deceased, late of Da­ vie County, this is to notify all per­ sons, firms and corporations hav­ ing claims against said Estate to present, them to the undersigned on or before the 18th day of July, 2013, said date being at least three months from the first day of publication of this notice, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. AU persons in­ debted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 18th day of April, 2013, the same being the first publication date. JERRY W. SNYDER and . PATRICIA D. PAYNE, Co-Personal Representatives Estate of Thelma Maelene Teague Snyder Grady L. McCIamrock Jr., NCSB #7866. Attorney for the Estate 161 South Main Street Mocksville. NO 27028 Telephone: (338) 751-7502 Fax: (336) 751-9909 4-18-4tn UAVAILCUUiNAt fcftlaKrKiat.KfcLutu/, Aiiuryuay1IViay - w LEGAL NOTICES ing three [3J months from the first day of piiblication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. AU persons, C800000177. C900000002, C900000005, C900000007, C900000009, C900000999, and being more particularly de­ scribed as follows: Beginning at a point, said point lying in the eastern right-ot- way margin of State Road 1427 (known Iocalty as "North Pino Road”), said point being located North 07 deg. 14 min. 39 sec. NORTH CAROLINA tion, to the highest bidder for cash suanl to this notice of sale is be- pursuant to this Notice of Sale Kinderton Way, Kinderton Bou- county courthouse of said county DAVlEiCOUNTY ' atthe usual place of sale'at Davie Ing offered for sale, transfer and is being offered for sale, transfer levard, Cromwell Way, Dom- at'l0:00AM on May 17.2013 the CREDITORS NOTICE County Courthouse. Mocksville, conveyance "AS IS, WHERE IS / and conveyance "AS IS WHERE ach Way, Gleneagles Way, Ab- following described real estate Having qualified as Executor North Carolina on May 10,2013 NeHhertheTrusteenbrthehoIdBr is." There are no representations ercorn Way, Carnoustie Way, an d'any other improvements of the Estate of CARL D MC- at 11:00AM that parcel of land, of the note secured by Ihe deed of warranty relating to the Iitle or and York Way. OavieCounty which may be situated thereon, CULLOH late ol Davie Countv lncludinS improvements thereon, of trust, being foreclosed, nor any physical, environmental, Parcels: C80000017702, In Davie County, North Carolina, this is to notify all oereons firms seated, lying and being in the the officers, directors, attorneys, health or safety conditions exist- C80000017701, C80000017703, end colorations havinn daima Olty of Cooteemee, County of Da- employees, agents or authorized ing in, on, at, or relating to the C90000C00801, C80000017704, aqainst said Estate to present Vfe- s,ale of N^ h Carolina, and representativeoleitherTrusteeor property being offered for .sale. C80000017705, rnnnnnni77 written claim to the undersigned beln9 more Particular|y described the holder of the note make any This sale is made SubJect to an C9000000Q1, on or before Julv 18 2013 (be- in ,he above referenced Deed of representation or warranty relat- prior liens, unpaid taxes, any un- C900000004. • - Trust. Address of property: 246 ing to the title or any physical, en- paid land transfer taxes, special C900000006, Watt St, Cooleemee, NC 27014. vironmental, health or safety con- assessments, easements, rights C900000008. Tax Parcel ID: N5010C0031 Pres- dilions existing In, on, at or relat- ol way, deeds of release, and C90000000401, v, u.=.. .o -u v n u oi ■ ent Record Owners: Tracy Rax- ing to the property being offered any other encumbrances or ex- 090000000301, C90000000302. East 300.04 feet from a point, said firms' and" Mraorattons' IixIebJod ter-The terms of the sale are that for sale. Any and all responsible ceptions of record. To the best C90000000303. C90000000304, point begin the southwest corner ■ to said Estate will olease make ,he real ProPertY hereinbefore lies or nabffitlesarising out of or In of the knowledge and belief of C90000000305, C90000000306, of Jonathan Bdmer and wife, immediate Dflvment to the unrter. described will be sold for cash to any way relating to any such con- the undersigned, the current C800000184, C800000186, Amy Bolmer (DB 207. PG. 914, sioned highest Udder. A deposit of dition expressly are disclaimed, owner(s) of the property Is/are C800000178, C80000017602, Davie County Registry); thence T h isth eieih d av o fA D riI ^ e percent (5%) of the amount. T hissaleism adesgbjecttoall CarlosAParadaD lazandM arIa C80000017803, C80000000302, from the POINT AND PLACE OF 2Q13 ‘ of the bid or Seven Hundred Fifty prior liens and encumbrances, Rodriguez Ramirez. and C80000017801. BEGINNING North OS deg. 27 TERESA COUCH 001,9,5 ($750.00), whichever is and unpaid taxes and assess-. An Order for possession ot All interested parties are In- min. 28 sec. East 106.44 feet to 578 Junction Rd 9rea,er,‘ is required and must ments including but not limited to the property may be Issued pur- vited to attend the public hearing a point; thence South 88 deg. 05 Mocksville NC 27028 be tendered in the form of certi- any transfer tax associated with suant to G.S. 45-21.29 In favor and present their comments to min. 02 sec. East 30.09 feet to ' 4-ie-4tn fied ,unds at 1'™* of the sale, the foreclosure. A deposit of live of the purchaser and against the the Bermuda Run Town Council, a new iron rod; thence South 88 The successful bidder shall be' percent (5%) of the amount of the party or parties In 'possession Please call Town Planner Erin deg. 05 min. 02 sec. East 339.99 required to pay revenue stamps bid or seven hundred fifty dollars by the clerk ot superior court of Burris at 1-800-650-3925 xt04 (eet to a new iron; thence North on the Trustee’s Deed, any Land ($750.00), whichever is greater, the county In which the property if you have questions. Please 01 deg. 54 min. 58s sec. East Transfer Tax and costs of record- is required and must be tendered is sold. Any person who occu- call Ihe Bermuda Run Town Hall 315.18 feet to a new iron, said ing the Trustee's Deed. The real Intheformofcerlffiedfundsatthe pies the property pursuant Io a at (336) 998*0906 if you need new iron lying in the southern STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Execu­ tor of the Estate of DOROTHY IRENE SHORE CHEEK, late of property hereinabove described time of the sale. This sale will be is being offered for sale 'AS IS, held open ten days for upset Uds rental agreement entered into or renewed on or after October 1, WHERE ISn and will be sold sub- as required by law. Following the 2007, may, after receiving the no- special accommodations for the meeting. 5-2-2tn lice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice to the landlord. The notice _ . _ .... . , ... „ Ject to all superior liens, unpaid expiration of the statutory upsetDavie County, this >s Io notify all taxeSi and speC}a| assessments, period, all remaining amounts persons firms and corporations Qther C0nditi0ns wili j* are IMMEDIATELY DUE AND , „ „ ^ 1« .,« having claims against said Estate nouno9(j at the sale. The sale will OWING. Failure to remit funds shall also state thal upon termi- to present written claim to the un- be heW open f0r (en days for In a timely manner will result in nation of a rental agreement, the o n S ?n/hii0n °/h t ivi The upset bids 88 by law required. Il a Declaration of Oefault and any tenant is liable Ior rent due under . — — . —2013, (Wing three I3j montns *or any reason the Trustee is un- deposit will be frozen pending the . the rental agreement prorated to of the Estate of SUSAN P. KR- 839.99 feet to a stone, said stone from the fiist day of publication of able to convey title to this proper- outcome of any re-sale.•Mft AP tkld FiaIUa ../III ha . . ' _______ ______ •line of J.H. McCIannon (DB 69, PG. 175, Davie County Registry); thence South 88 deg. 04 min. 08 sec. East 544.30 feet to an exist­ ing axle, said existing axle being the southeast comer of J.H. Me- Clannon (DB 69, PG. 92, Davie County Registry); thence North Having qualified as Executor 03 deg. 21 min. 00 sec. East STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE CRED ITORS NOTICE this notice) or this nolice will be pleaded in bar ot their recovery. AU persons, firms and corpora­ tions indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 22nd day of April, 2013. TALMADGEC. CHEEK, JR. 270 25th Avenue NW Hickory, NC 2860 ty or the safe !s set aside, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the re­ turn of the deposit. Furthermore, if the validity of the sale is chal­ lenged by any party, the Tiystee, 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 ENACH, late of Davie County, being the northeast comer of this is to notify all persons, firms Billy Wayne McCIannon (DB 71, and corporations having claims PG. 92, Dawe County Registry); against said Estate to present thence South 88 deg. 25 min. 24 written claim to the undersigned sec. East 158.38 feet to a stone, on or before August 2, 2013, (be- said stone being the northwest the effective date of the termina­ tion. If the trustee is unable to con­ vey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of Ihe purchaser is the return of the de­ in its sole discretion, H It believes be issued In favor of the purchas- posit. ReasonsofsuchinaUIity Ing three (3] months from the first corner of Luther W. West and the challenge to have merit, may er. Also, If your IOase began or to convey indude, but are not Iim- day of publication of this notice) wife, Ostino W. West (DB 120. declare the sale to be void and was renewed on or after October Ued to, the filing of a bankruptcy or this notice will be pleaded In PG. 511, DavieCountyRegistry); return the deposit. In either event' 1,2007, be advised that you may petition prior Io the confirmation bar of their recovery. All persons, thence South 00 deg. 08 min. 52 the purchaser will have no further terminate the rental agreement of the sale and reinstatement of firms and corporations indebted sec. East 1085.94 feet to new n&DTiM®. »mm u rtv 11D r8COUrse against the Mortgagor, upon 10 days written notice to the loan without the knowledge of to said Estate will please make iron rod; thence South 77 deg. MARTIN* VAN HOY, LLP the Mortgagee, the Mortgagee’s the landlord. You may-be liable the trustee. Hthevalidityofttie immediate payment to ttie under- 32. min. 396ec. W est788.71 feet AttorneysatLaw attorneyortheTrustee.Addllional for rent due under the agreement sale is challenged by any party, signed. to a new iron rod; thence North 88 10 Court Square Notice Where the Real Property prorated to Ihe effective date of Mocksville, NC 27028 [s Residential With Less Than the termination. . 4-25-4tn j 5 n enta| units: An order for The date of this Notice is 1 possession of the property may March 18,2013. be issued pursuant to G.S. 45* Grady I. Ingle or Elizabelh 0. EllsSTATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE CREDITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Expcu- ,tor of the Estate ot BETTY R. HEGE, late of Davie County. 21.29 in favor of the purchaser and against Ihe 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 this is to notify all persons, firms a rental agreement entered Into and corporations having claims or renewed on or after October 1, against said Estate Io present 2007, may, after receiving the no- Posted: written claim to the undersigned tice of sale, terminate the rental By: on or before August 9,2013, (be* agreement upon 10 days' written Ing three 13] months from the first notice to the landlord. Upon ter- day of publication of this notice) mlnatton of a rental agreement, or this notice will be pleaded in me tenant Is liable for rent due the trustee, in their sole discre­ tion, 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. Trustee Sennces of Carolina, LLC Substilute Trustee Brock & Scott, PLLC htipS/shaplroatlomeys.com/nc/ AttorneysforTrusteeServicesof Carolina, LLC Substitute Trustee 10130 Perimeter Parkway, Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28216 (704) 333*8107 This the 2nd day ol May, 2013. deg. 16 mm. 40 sec. West 30.11 COURTNEY KRENACH feel TO THE POINT AND PU C E GROOME OF BEGINNING, containing ExecutoroftheEstateof 10.073 acres, more or less, as Susan P. Krenach surveyed by Donald J. Moore, T DAN WOMBLE. Attorney at RLS, on January 27. 2006. File Law No. 0008DA06. 3802 Clemmons Road. SuiteA Subject to easements, con- PO Box 1698 veyances and restrictions of re- Clemmons, NC 27012 cord. Client Code: CWF bar of their recovery. AU persons, firms and corporations indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 9th day of May, 2013. STEVE HEGE NORTH CAROLINA under the rental agreement pro- DAVlE COUNTY rated to the effective date of the 12 S P 173 termination. Any person who oc­ cupies the property pursuant to a bona fide lease or tenancy may have additional rights pursuant to Title Vll of 5.896 • Protecting Ten- NOTICE O F FO RECLO SU RE SALE Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained In thal certain DeedbfTnistexecuiedby * 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 PHONE: (910)392-4988 FAX: (910) 392-8587 FiIeNo.: 12-07902-FC01 5-2-2tn STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE CRED ITORS NOTICE Having qualified as Executrix of the Eslale of HAROLD CON­ WAY SHOUGH. late of Davie County, this is to notify all pen- 5-2-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVliE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION FILE NO. 13 CVD101 NorthuCarpIina Slate Employees CreditUnion, Plaintiff, vs, Joe N. Reavis, Defendant NOTICE O F SERVICE O F PR O C E SS BY PUBLICATION . TO: Joe N. Reavis a, 3099HK , r ^ ? ants at Foreclosure Act which be- % £ A P a ^ t e ^ M a S ^ J U T a n d h ^ , --------------------------------------------Advance, NC 27006 came effective on May 20 2009. Rodriquez-Ramirez to Shaplro S, Ingclalm sagainasakIEstaIeto representative of either Trustee or And Being more commonly known as: 318 North Pino Rd, Mocksville, NC 27028 The record Owner(S) of the property, as reflected on the re­ cords ol the Register of Deeds, Is/are Jonathan Bolmer and Amy Bolmer. ...... The property to be offered pur­ suant to this notice of sale is be­ ing offered for sale, transfer and conveyance ‘AS IS, WHERE IS.” Neither the Trustee nor the bolder of the note secured by the deed of trust, being foreclosed, nor the officers, directors, attorneys, employees, agents or authorized NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE The Individuals with Disabili­ ties Education Act (IDEA-Part B, Public Law 108.446) Project is presently being amended. The Project describes the special education programs that Davie County Schools proposes for Federal funding for the 2013- 2014 school year. Interested persons are encouraged to re­ view amendments to the Project 5-9-4tn Rogers Townsend & Thomas, PO, Substitute Trustee (803)744- •4444,113081-00824 P1033214 5-2-2tn been filed in the above entitled NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIE COUNTY 13SP36 IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF A DEED Ktelsman. Trustae(s), whicii was present written daim to Ihe un- aS en.'The nature otTh^reiier be" dated July 9, 2003 and recorded derslgned on or before August InasouHhtisasloIIows- representation or warrant/ relat- on July 11, 2003 In Book 496 at 2. 2013, (being three [3] months 'T h e plaintiff North Carolina '"9 to the title ot any physical, en- Page 904, Davie County Regis- Iiom Ihe Iirst day of publication Ol state PmnInvnQR Credit Union vlranmenlal' health or safelIf con~ Iry North Carolina. this notice) or this notice will be S l l e d a Compl^nt tor rentes f«ons listin g in, on, at or relat- Default having been made of pleaded in bar of their recovery, ^wec. ing to the property being offered Ihs note thereby secured by Ihe All persons, Iirms and corpora- You re[)U|rat| t0 make de- !?r sal° *n,y and aIl '“ Ponsibili- said Deed ol Trust and Ihe under- tions indebted Io said Estate will fense Io such pleading not later J s 9 Z or signed, Trustee Seivices of Caro- please make Immediate payment Wan the 13th day ol June, 2013, T Z way1 f S 9 ^ SU? , “ i ' lina, U.C, having .been substk to Die undersigned. 8aid Hgt0 being forty f40) days ^11Hon e^P V .afe disclaimed, tuled as Trustee In said Deed of TOs the 26ll> day ol April. (I0m lh0 fiIS, Publtoalton ^ tWs ™ s sale is made subjecl J o all Tnist, and Ihe holder of the note 2013, notice and upon your .failure to P"or te n sa n d encumbrances, PATRICIA g aIEWOOD party seeking service ^ agaist you will apply to Ihe court 11J L ^ for ^he fe,ief souQht-Mocksvllle, NC 27028 - MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law 10 Court Square Mocksville, NO 27028 5-2-4tn evidencing said default having di­ rected that Ihe Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Sub­ stitute Trustee wHt offer for. sale at NORTH CAROLINA OF TRUST EXECUTED BY OR- _____________________________ and make comments concern- LENS TORANZO AND MAY- the courUiouse door of the county Ing the implementation ol spe- ELIN TORANZO DATED APRIL courthouse where the property Is dal education under this Federal 23, 2010 AND RECORDED IN located, or the usual and custom- Program. All comments will be BOOK 824'AT PAGE 765 IN THE- ^ location at the county court- considered prior to submission of DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC REQ- ^ousa for conducting the sale the amended Project to the North ISTRY, NORTH CAROLINA May 15, 2013 at 10:00AM, Carolina Department of Public In- NOTICE O F SA LE and will sell to the highest bidder struclion in Raleigh, North Caro- Under and by virtue of the for cash the following described DAVIE COUNTY lina. The IDEA-Part B Project power and authority contained property situated in Davle Coun- NOTICE O F is open to the public for review in the above-referenced deed of ty, North Carolina, to wit: PUBLIC HEARING and comments during the week trust and because of default in Being known as Lot # 2 of Sal- BERMUDA RUN of May 20-24, 2013 in the office the payment of the secured In* Q9 Acres Subdivision as appears TOWN COUNCIL ol Elizabeth Phillips. Director of debtedness and failure to perform. inPlatBookS. Page I59and 150 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Exceptional Children, located at the stipulation and agreements In the Oavie County Registry sub- pursuant to G.S. 160A-364 that CentralDavleEducationCenter, therein contained and, pursu- }ect to all restrictions contained in Ui© Town Council of Bermuda Run 220 Campbell Road. Mocksvilie, ant to demand of the owner and "Declaration of Restrictive Cov- Will meet at 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday. NO 27028. holder of the secured debt, the enants for SalHe Acres Subdivi- May 14 at the Town Hall, located 5-2-2tn undersigned substitute trustee slon’ recorded In Deed Book 456, at 120 Kinderton Blvd Suite 100 will expose for sale at public sue- Rage 826. Bermuda Run. NC 27008, to hold11-SP-377 AMENDED NOTICE tion to the highest bidder for cash Save and except any releas- OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S at the usual place of sale at the es. deeds of release or prior con* FORECLOSURE SALE OF county courthouse of said county veyances of record. REALPROPERTYUnderandby at 1:00PM on May 14, 2013 the Said property Is commonly virtue of the power and authority following described real estate * contained in that certain Oeed of and any, other improvements Trnst executed and delivered by which may be situated thereon, Tracy Raxter, dated September in Oavie County, North Carolina. 26, 2006 and recorded on Sep- and being more particularly de- court costs of Forty-Five Cents tember 27, 2006 in Book No. scribed as follows: (45e) per One Hundred Dollars 681 at Page 552 in the Office of Being all of Lot 3, The Pop- ($100.00) pursuant to NCQS JJrive^ -Davie County Parcels; the Regisler of Deeds of Davie iars Subdivision, recorded in Plat 7A-308(a)(1). A cash deposit D7010C0003, D700000186, County, North Carolina; and be* Book 5, Page 132, Davie County (no personal checks) of five per- D700000187, D7010C0002, cause oi default In the payment Registry. cent (5%) of the purchase price, O7010C000l' of the indebtedness secured And Being more commonly Qt seven Hundred Fifty Oollars r e z 2013*01 Kinderton Cen- thereby and failure to carry out known as: 2529 Comatzer Rdl ($750.00), whichever is greater. ter and perform the stipulations and Advance, NC 27008 will be required at the time of the AdminisbaUve rezoning for agreements contained therein The record owner(s) of the. gale. Following the expiration of KjntJerton Center from CM Com- and, pursuant to demand of the property, as reflected on the re- the statutoy upset bid period, all metCja( Mixed and OS Open holder of the Indebtedness se- cords of the Register ol Deeds, the remaining amounts are irrime- space districts to VM Village cured by said Deed of Trust, the is/are Orlens Toranzo and May- dlalely due and owing. Mixed-use district Includesall undersigned Substitute Trustee eilnToranzo. Said property to be offered properties along Royal Troon will place for sale, at public auc- Thepropertytobeofferedpur- [ane. W. Kinderton Way. E. This the 25th day of April, 2013. BY CHAD C. FREEMAN ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF 26 COURT SQUARE MOCKSVILLE, NC 27028 (336) 751-2918 as required by law. Following the D*&*wUl svniralifin nf Iha etati ilniv ■ m«ol and unpaid taxes and assess­ ments Including but not limited to any transfer tax associated with the foreclosure. A deposit ot 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 Ihe time of the sale. This sale will be held open ten days for upset bids NORTH CAROLINA OAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIE COUNTY 13SP65 IN THE MATTER OF THE expiration of the statutory upset 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 win be Irozen pending the outcome ol any re-sale. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR LEASEHOLD TENANTS: If you are a tenant residing in the prop- Sava and m eant anv releas ------------— :---------— 7 " FORECLOSURE OFA DEED OF erty, be advised that an Order for S s ^ r e S S r l n . Possessionofm epropenym ay known as 288 Michaels Roadt Mocksville, NC 27028. Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and the public comment on the following items: REZ 2012-01 Hillsdale West Business Park Administrative rezoning for Hillsdale West Business Park from CM Commercial Mixed to GB General Business. Includes all properties along HIsdale West THAN BOLMER AND AMY BOL- MER DATED MAY 31,2006 AND RECORDED IN BOOK 685 AT PAGE 593 IN THE OAVlE COUN­ TY PUBLIC REGISTRY, NORTH CAROLINA NOTICE O F SA LE Under and by virtue of Ihe be issued in favor of the purchas- 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 to the landlord. You may. be liable for rent due under Ihe agreement power and authority contained prorated to the effective date ot in the above-referenced deed of the termination. trust and because ot default in The date of this Notice is Apr*t the payment of the secured in- 26,2013. debtedness and failure to perform Grady I. Ingle or Elizabeth B. Etts the stipulation and agreements therein contained and, pursu­ ant to demand of the owner and holder of the secured debt, the undersigned substitute trustee will expose for sale at public auc­ tion to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at the Substitute Trustee 10130 Perimeter Parkway. Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28216 (704) 333*8107 /jflpy/s/jap/roaftomeys.com/nc/ 07-92420 5-2-2tn «D • Thursday, May 09.2013 THE DAVJB COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD DAViE-GLEMMONS REACH OVER 29,000READERS EVERY WEEK! Call Monday-Friday 8 AM-5 PM TOLL m W I W - H i n a FAX: 704-630-0157 EMAIL: CLASSADS@SALISBURYPOST.COM F R E E A P S i:G lvm g aw ay so m eth in g o r sellin g an item valu ed at $ 5 0 0 or le ss ? F o u n d a lo st p e t? • R U N IT . F O R FR EESiW M A taav(U V )M *. ■ P IC T U R E A P S Sell your pets, car/truck or stufl with a photo ad & run it for 4 weeks for $ 2 0 . Sell your house with a photo ad for $ 3 0 for-4 weeks. 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VA Benefits Eligible. 1-866-362-6497 Saios WANTED: U FE AGENTS. Potential to Earn $500 a Day. Great Agent Benefits. Commissions Paid Daily. Liberal Underwriting. Leads, L eads, Leads. Life Insurance, License Required. Call 1-808- 713-6020. S iS ij Y a r d S a le D a v le C o u n tr MoeksvIIlB Backyard Treasures Inside Yard Sale. 2656 Llbdrly Church Ra. Friday. May IOth & Saturday. May I1lh. 8am-2pm. Furniture, appliances, small tom s and more items added for this sale. 336-463-5471 or 336- 403-4507 Mocksvllle Mega Vdrd Sale. Friday, May 10lh, 6am-6pm. 2364 Hwy 601 South. Childrens clolhes, toys, purses, collector cards 1990 & up. dishes, mystery books, house­ hold ilems and much more. Mocksvllle Yard Sale. Saturday. May 11 lh, Bam- 12pm. 166 Spruce St. oft Main St. Glassware, fur­ niture, antiques. Cub Cadet riding mower, tools & other misc. items Mocksvllle. No Crook Rd. Yard Sato. Sat. May 11th, 7am-unlll. Lois of men’s & girls'clothing, construc­tion materials, electron­ ics, furniture & moro. New S used. Mocksvlllo. Wall Wilsof) rd (oil ol • Deadmon), Saturday, May 11th, 6am- Until. Furniture, clothes, household item s, bed­ ding sets, baby Ilems. 2002 Ford truck hood/running boards Mocksvllle, 177 Cable Ln. (601 South, otf Qtedstone Rd. Follow signs.) Mulll-Famlly Yard Sale. Fri. S/10 & Sat. 5/11. Bam-until. Spring Clean-Ouit Household Items, curio cabinet, toys, Barbie dolls, etc. Mocksvllle. 213 Connie Ln. {oil Howardtown Circle Rd.) Yard/Estate Sale. Thurs. 5/9, 7am- 10am & 4pm-7pm. Fri. 5/10 A Sat. 5/11. 7am* 12pm. Lots Ol groat stutt) Mocksvlllo. 436 Avon St. Multi-Family Yard Sale. Sat. May 11th, 8am-lpm. Baby clolhes. boy & girl clothes, household ilems. RostawanVFocd Servico FEEDBAG Restaurant In FARMINGTON NOW HIRING SMIUNG FACES S eeking th o se ready to p rep g reat food & S erv e friendly folks a t our tables. D rug F ree w orkplace. Apply In perso n to b e p art of team . 2339 Hwy 801 N @ C rossroad. ITliliWiIttiMiIitIdi- W e a re looking for a perso n that loves h o rses a n d is willing to work. W e have a show jum p­ ing stable an d n eed a show groom . T h e posi­ tion requires feeding, m ucking stalls, turning ou t, groom ing, tacking, so m e exercising an d riding. T here is so m e traveling to h orse show s. T he position Is a six day a w eek job. H orse experience is required. Email resum e to m w estO vartechsystem s.com . Customer Service Representative S en eca M edical in Mocksvllle h as an Invnediate opening Ior a custom er service representative. D uties to include order placem ent, problem res­ olution, a s well a s assisting with vendor returns and cycle counts. Must p o sse ss strong Interper­ sonal, analytical and cognitive skills; previous data entry, custom er service experience and m edical products know ledge strongly preferred. W e offer outstanding benefits Including profit sharing, health and dental insurance. Afiply in person a t 276 E nterprise W ay In SouthpoInt Industrial Park or fax resum e to 865-281-4132. PLEASE no phone callsl Equal O pportunity Employer D N fW F and . drug-free w orkplace. . ________• Y a rd S a le D a v le C o u n ty Macksvllls. 481 Ralph Aatledge Rd. (ofl Sheffield Rd.) Yard Sale. Rf., May 1<Mh & Sat. May 11tt*, 8am- 4pm. Weathor permitting. Y A R D S A L E Many Houses, Many Families tflocksvino. Gladstone Rd., Sfll., 5/11/13 Sam- 1pm. Y A R D S A L E Mocksvllle. 2578 Hwy 64 West, Frt., 5/10 & Sat., 5/11 7am* 12pm. RAIN OR SHINEI ChIldron1S cloth­ ing, Jewolry, exercise equipment, ladies clothing (lots ol 1X & 2X sizes). Mary Kay products A n tiq u e s & C o lle c tib le s SmaU UIinir l^alfer for sale, $150, Floase call 704-639-1671 for more information. C e m e te iy L o ts & M o n u m e n ts < Ciommons Gardens of oiy; 2 beautiful plots. Section 57C, 3 & 4. Reasonable. 336-766-9999 -C lo th in g & F o o tw e a r 5 pc. boys suits • NEW, sz 3T, 7, 14, 16, all black, $125 for all; NEW shoes, all black, sz 1,7,5.6.5,9.5 S32toral. 704-213-6201 E le c tr o n ic s Highspeed Internet EVERYWHERE By Satonnot Speeds up to ISmbpsI (200x Iasler than dial-up.) Starting at S49.95/ma CALL NOW & GO FASTI 1-086-714- 6155 SAVE on CatAe TV- Intemel-Dlgitel Phone, Packages start at $89.99/mo (lor 12 months.) Options from ALL major service providers. Call Acceller today to learn morel CALL 1-877-715-4515. SAVE on Cabte TV- Intornet-Digital Phone- Satellite. You've Got A Choicel Options from AVL major service providers. Call us to learn morel CALL Today. 077- 656-9137. E x e rc is e E q u ip m e n t Like Bland New! Healthrider exercise bike. Cost $375 new. Sell tor $150. CaN 336-470-2951 ’ F u rn itu r e & A p p lia n c e s AnUqne oak 2 drawer chest Si 00; gKdor rocking chair $75. Please call 336-936-9520 Couch, very nice. Light groen, mauve & beigo. S75 negotiable. No deliv­ ery. 704 “131-3297 OOWN SIZING • 2 antique double bods • I black Iron I wood 4 poster S200 each. Call 336-936-9520 Free computer cabinet. 4x6ft. With doors. Oark finish. Must pick up. 704- 213-9268. U-Z-Boy Queen Slesper Sofa. Brown mutli color. Good condition. $450. 704-278-2294,10am-7pm WbUlpceI dishwasher, while, bottom tray is in poor condition. Works groat $50.704-633-4755 G a m e s K T o y s ClUldruft cart 12 volt Black Cadillac ride on. Excellenl condition. Comes with extra bailery and charger. $100. Call 7M-633-9057. K u n tln g & R s h in g Hunting Clothes: Fu!1. suit (L) $50. Camo sui. (L), S40. Jacket (L), S35- C al 704-657-0093 L a w n a . G a rd e n lawn EdQor TroyBUt Model TBE515 4-Cycle G as engine. U sed 4 times. $60. 704-798-7756 Riding Mower $500 P IeaseC all 704-910*0879 IMKerf 10 Cult steel dump for yard tractor. Brand new. Rog $129. Sale $60 704-796-7756 M e d ic a l E q u ip m e n t ATTENTION . SLEEP a p n e a Su f f e r e r s with Medicare. Get CPAP Fteplacoment Supplies at IiHle or NO COST, plus FREE home delivery! Best of all, prevent red skin soras and bacterial infection! Call 1-677-763- 9842. M ls c F or: S a le tue Ifqtnr bottls In a wooden box, $500. Over 100 years okf. Call 336* 492-3060 BIgKerosait Healerl SIOO. 336-492-3060 BS (4), 18-. with lug nuts <5-lug). Rts m ost cars. $225. Catl 704-857-0093. Commercial Grado Tanning Bed. Good Condition. $495. Can 704-278-2294 between I0a-7p. Dodge Dakota. 1997- 2004, chrome tailgate protector. $40 oba Call 336-940-3134 2*24"x76*, 2-20’ K 76*, 2 accordan, $10ea. Outside, 36”x78* w/gtass inserts on top. $20.704-754-3187 ' Fishing pole, one Shakespeare Pro Am & 2 n gage R2F 120sp reels Ushlpg pole, $50. Call 336-940-3134 Inside roll around air con­ ditioner, like new, $100. Ploase Call 704-637" 0237 Magic Ctwl broiler & bak­ ing oven v/flop w/fan & light, 20*Hx30'Wx25*D. .White. $40.704-754-3187 W a n tT o B u yMerchandise Marbte vanity sink with IauceL 23*Wx3rL $20. Please caH 704-754- 31B7 lor more Into. OM Cabbage Patch dolls, Barbies, old dolls and old Barbie doll house. Can 336-284*4679 (4) • Craftsman. Prices StOO, $75, $100, $200, used. Please call 704-310- 0679 STEEL BUILDINGS for Homes a G aiagos. Save THOUSANDS, LOW Monthly Payments on Clearance Orders. 40x60, 30x36, 25x30, 20x22. Call Nowl 1-600* 991-9251 Ashley. Tanning Bed Acrytle Sheets, 2 sheets 36"w. brand new. $225 ea. Call 704-278-2294.10a-7p tanning bed .16 bulb wltace tanner. 220 voH less than 50 hrs on bulbs $450,704-795-2832 That 70's Show, seasons 1-S OVD -original cases. bOXOS, book. $50. 336- 940-3134 Utility Tralerv bed Is 4U IOIn wide & Bft Iong-A the trailer tills. $350 Oba Call 336-940-3134 IiS (4). rims, lug nuts. UniRoyai P195/60R15. Good tread. S200.704-857-0093 M u s ic S aIO s Sptnet plans IHaVet-Davis Co.), $300 with tesson bookk. CaR 336-998- TtfiDVD OISH Network. Starting a t St9.B9/month (for 12 mos.) & High Speed Internet starling at $14.95/month (where available.) SAVEI Ask About SAME DAY , Instatlationl CALL Nowt W a n tT o B iiy M e r c h a n d is e Timber wanted - Pine or hardwood. 5 acres or more soled or d ear cu t Shaver Wood Products, Inc. C al 704-276-9291. Uylaml Cypress or Green Nani Trees 1-gaBon, 2 lt.l8ll.S15 5- gaBon51t.1aa.S40.AU kinds of 7-gaik?n flowering & fruit trees: Crepe Myrtle, Dogwoods, Flowering! Cherries. Apricot, Apples,! Cherries, Peais1 Peaches, Plums,Persimmon, Turkey - Fig, $40. Mso Hollies: NeUle Stevens, Gieen Mountain Boxwood, Dwarf Burford, EnHjy Bruner. Sofl Touch. Junipers: Oue Rug, Saybrook, Grey OwL Also: Ruby Lorepetefcjm1 Emerald Green Arborvilae. Gold Mop, Nandina, Blucborriea, 'Slrawbeirles, Seedless grapes, 512. 6-fool Weeping Willow, Corkscrew WitloW. River Birch. $60. AH ol Ihe above includes deliv­ ery, kotoHation, tertUnr & rmiicfcl 7M-6BD-BMS, Cash paid for coin and stam p collections. I also buy CM! War, WWI and WWII items like uniforms, helmets, swords, medals, documents, letters, pho­ tos, relics, etc. Also Indian relics, sterling sil­ ver items and more. Cell Steve 336*91-6166 Wanted TO Buy Silver Dollars & Old Silver Coins Bud Hauser 336-998*6692 We tiny small and targe tracts ol standing timber. Free estimates. Also Iirc- wood tor sate. 704-660-1720 C a fe : Free kittens, grey color. Com e an d get them) P lease call 704-637- 3251 for more Into. free Io a good hom e sw eet 8 week old Russian Blue kitten, call 704-223-1508 KITTENS Free to a good home. 6 W eeks Old. For more Information, please caffl 704-754-3728. KITTENS - Free Io a good hom e. 5 w eeks o!d & adorable. For info call 704-633-6606. LoekWhatGod Hath Wrought Free Kittens, beautiful kit­ tens. P lease call 704- 267-3055 Cocker SpanIeL 2 yr old male, nuetured choco­late Cocker Spaniel. Good With kkls and very playful, loves playing retch. N am e Is Jesse. Free to good home. 704- Free dog, ' Rollweiler/ Beagle mix, male- 3 years old. To good home. Call 704-279-6779 OtherPete Chinchillas looking tor a Iurever home. 4 gray males - 2 are 15 mos. old and 2 are 10 mos. old. Human handled since birth. FWwraing Ieo ot S125 ea. or discounl on moro Ihan one. SERIOUS INQUIRES OWKCalI Vidci O 336-940- 4177. WHAT IF YOU LIVE ALONE AND HAVE A MEDICAL EMERGENCY? Just O n e Push of a Button / t-otyi■can P ro fe cf You from Emergenc l ( - ,€ * ■ • M e d ic a l • F ire ■ F alls • B u rg la ry 1-866-906-3367 E ®, a d a y jJ A * Havo Sloop Apnea? CovoradByModicarc? Get OjAP or BiPAP Replacement Supplies at NO COST, plus FREE Home Delivery! UV /Cu Qrt a msttul W« th*l>' . n^.tx.1 O W praNguhiyurnotnibKUAUrtVcMuiWMd(Uitmn• T»rtwwtA(MA.aiAatan«n»a^«wwrM(epMi>>al '• F.uohemeeiuwir».viH»Hi*6ii*aa4» 'k'-OM BUNDLE & SAVE! O N DIGITAL S E R V IC E S F O R Y O U R H O M E E n s a H IG H -S P E E D IN T E R N E T D IG ITA L P H O N E STARTING AT*C fkQ /m o.9 For OM ISm TO FIND OUT MORE CALL TOU-FREE1-877-715-4515 §Oy Ino.. «1 MhortrailfMMK S CASH REWARD! Uwnnower ilolen, Husq- vama (Model YTH22V46) on 5/3/13 at the-comer of U.S. 64 W & Madison Rd. Call 33B-469-939B with any information. FreeAds;: Free cow manure. Plenty of it. Must move! Please call 704-640-4224 or 704-279-7520 In s tru c tio n A0MINSTRATIV6 ASSISTANT TRAINING PROGRAM! Bocome a Certified Microsoft Olflce Professional! NO EXPE- RIENCED NEEDEDI Online training gets you iob readyl HS Diploma/ GED & PC/Internet need­ ed. 1*688*926-6057. . AIRLINES ARE HtRtNG- Train for hands on 'Avtatton- Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified. Job placem ent assis­ tance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance. 877-300-9494. ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE Irom home. Medical, Business, Criminal. . Justice, Hospitality. Job placement assistance. Computer and Rnancial aid )1 qualified. SCHEV authorized. Call 688-899*6016. www.CenturaOntlne.com MEDICAL OFFICE TRAINEES! Become a Medcal Ottice Assisiontt NO EXPERIENCED NEED- EDI OnIneTrainIng gets you job ready) HS DIploma^ED & . .Computer needed. Careortechnlcat.edu/nc. 1* 688-512-7122 L o s t a n d F o u n d Feunif Beagle mix, mate. Hwy ISOfMooresvUle Rd. area on May 7lh. 704- 636-7168 to Identify. Found dog, Pit Bun (mix?). At Tuckertown dam/reser- •voir access area. Please call 336-239-6617 to identity. Found dog, Pii Bull, male. N ear Rosem an Rd. & Grace Church Rd. Call 704-213-1718 to Identity. Found Pug mix femalo, small, blonde, Jackson Park area. Cali 960-521- 2354 or 704-296-0943. ‘ LOST black female Lab on Aiiporl RdVHwy 29 area. Please call 704-239- 0910. Lost dog. Cocker Spaniel, white & tan female. Wearing red collar, ]ust shaved. Otd Stonehouse Rd. area. 704-232-5006 N o tic e s DePuyHlP IMPLANT VIC­ TIMS* Warning: Ybur hip case should be S ETTLEO or filed In court by August 26,2013 or your claim may be tost. Ib gel your case SETTLED or Iliad, call Lawrence Egerton at 800- 800-{4LAW) 4529, Greensboro, www.EgertonLaw.com DONATE YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR BOAT to Heritage for the Blind.. Free 3 Day Vacallon, Tax Deductible, Free Towing, Al! Paperwork Taken Care 01.677-752-0496 H o m e s F o r S a l e : NHIV ROOF! 3BR, 2BA. 1,600 sq. ft. home In great neighbor­ hood close to all In-town ,amenities. Lots ot extras including large lot, priva­ cy lence, porches. NEW HP/Cenlral, roof1 S palnL L ease option available; can for details! JENNIFER MARTINEZ with BOB HtlL* LET REALTY INC 3364924665 Ihio modular homo, 3BR, 20A, was $216,000, QUICK SA tE ONLY $120,0001 C a! toll tree 1- 866-824*7457 ’ " '• ta n d - K V F o r S a le BANK LAKE PROPER­ TY Liquidation! Smoky Mountains Tennessee 1- 8 Acres Starting $12,900 w/boat slip access! Last Absolute Public Satet Preview 5/25-5/26. Sale 6/1-6/2. Map/pricing 1- 600-574-2055 ext. 106. Reduced to $24,000 t - m . Davie County County water, 2 acres. 300’ + road frontage. 5 minutes to interstate 40. W agner Road. Now reduced Io $24,000. Call 336-751-3612 Manufactured) Home Sales Mobile Hom es with acreage. Ready to move In. Seller Financing with approved credit. Lois, of room Ior the price. 3Br 2Ba. No renters. 336- 7 9 0 - 0 1 6 2 - LandHomesExpross.com Rentals Apaitmeirts M o e k sv llle -S u n se t Terrace Apls., 1 & 2 BR, aU appl. Central H/A. Call 336-751- 0166 for specials! Houisiis ForRent; Advance. 3BR PLUS office, 256A, GARAGE, fireplace, stainless steal appls., 2,000* sq. (I., 100% financ­ ing, 0 down. VERY NlCEI $929.50/ma704-630'069S Century 21 INad 336-751-5555 www.century2ltriad.com 219 MCCUllOUCH HO. MOCKSVItlE 4BR. I BA. $625/mo. 1743 FORK BIXBY RO. ADVANCE 3BR, 1.5 BA. $B5(Vmo. 1324IOME HICKORY YADKINVIltE 3BR, 1.5BA. S795/mo. Tired ol the hassle of managing your rental propHty? CAlL Century 21 IHad today for details on how simple & affordable our property manage* ment services are. CaH Cenfonr 21 THail 336*751*2222 and ask for Kathl or Allcla. ^jCentury 21 Tllad 336-751-5555 MockitrUle, 2BR, 1400 SqFl, w/carport. Close to MO & WatMarL $7O0/mo. + dep. 336-941*7084 Premier Realty NC 336-998*7777 ‘ 168 Hlekary St, Cooleemoe 2BR, 1BA.$495/mo. 130 Brave In , Advance 3BR, 2BA. $995fmo. 114 Matts Plaee, Advance 3BR, 2BA. S995/mo. 897 Oikhaven Forest Dr., Winston-Salem 3QR.2BA. $1295/mo. 2522 Stmtfsni Crossing Orn Winston-Salem 3BR, 2BA. Sl095/mo. 350 Gwyn SL1 Mocksvllle 3BR, 2BA. SeSO/mo. Call 336-996*9345 D&Py >-800^25-7710 .WeTreanou uke Famifyi ; * Save Moneyon DlYAboveground' and Inground Pool Kits & supplies *Finandng Avallablel * A Great Way to Spend Trnne Together! Family GhMried & O p m t milyPoolFun.cQm ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE FROM HOME •M edical, ‘ B usiness, -C rim inal Justice, -H ospitality. Job placem ent assistance. C om puter and Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. Call 888-899-6918 www.CenturaOnline.com C entura _______________COLLEGE Sn2-M>U AIRLINES ARE S k M HIRING Train for hands on Aviation Career. FAA approved program . Financial aid if qualified - Job placem ent assistance. CAU Aviation Institute o f M aintenance 877-300-9494 D a t e l i n e- ::i <’» ■ .__________ DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdayt May 9« 2013 - D7 Fundraisers Friday, May 10 GameNight>atShefficld-Calalialn Community Center, 174Turkeyfoot Rd. Doors open 6 pjh. Tor conces­ sions, bingo at 7, S a tu rd a y , M ay 11 Golf Tburnamcnt, by N. Davie Middle School Athletic Booster Club, shotgun start 2 p.m. at Pud­ ding Ridge GolfCoursc. Full course - capt. choice $65/playfcr. Lunch & registration begins 12 noon. For info: 998-5555. 1st Annual Watkathon, U a.m.til2 pjn.tRichP&rkSheller#5.Agcs 13 and up $10, ages 5*12 $5. Percent* age of proceeds to David "Speedy” Redmond who was in car accident. For info: 751-0333. Community Breakfast* at First Presbyterian Church, 7-10 a.m. Donation only. Ali you can eat. Dine-in or take-out. Proceeds to DavieDomesticViotence Services & Rape Crisis Center. CountryHam Si Sausage Break- fast, at Center UMC, 6*10 a.m. Country ham,sausage, eggs,and all the trimmings. In the church's fam -, ilylifecenter.ProceedstoBrandon’s Buddies Foundation. Ynrd & Bake Sale, at Macedonia Moravina Church, 7 ajn til 4 pjn. Sponsored by Womens & Mens Fellowships. Proceeds to church projects. Front Porch Singing, at Smith GroveRuritan Bldg.,4126 US 158, Advance, 5-7 p.m.Briog1awn chair & canned goods for Storehouse for Jesus and listen Io free entertain­ ment. Hotdogs & drinks 25« each. Mocks Churches Famous Coun­ try Hnm & Tenderloin Breakfast, 6:30-10 ajn. at Mocks Church, Advance (comer of Mocks Church & Beauchamp roads). Country ham, tenderloin,egs.grits,sausage gravy, biscuits ,beverage -still only $6, Sp* sonsored by Mocks UMC, proceds Io ministries & projects. Breakfast, 7-10 a.m. at Farm­ ington UMC, 1939 Farmington Rd., Mocksville. Pork tenderloin, sausage, sausage gravy, eggs, grits, apples, biscuits, casserole, coffee, .orange juice. Sugesied donation, proceeds to church activities. F rid ay , M a y 1 7 r, BBQ Chicken, by Cooleemee Ci- ' vitan’s Club Il a.m'. til I p.m. (or sold out) at Civiton Bldg., NC 801, Cooleemee. Half chicken, baked beans, slaw, roll, dessert. Eat-in or take-out. Delivery for orders of 5or more. Reserve eariy at 2B4-2196, 909-0696,284-2030,909-2192, or sign-up at Cooleemee Hardware. T u e s d a y , M ay 21 Poor Moil's Supper, 4-6:30 pin. at Fulton UMC. S a tu rd a y , J u n e 2 2 Landen “Superboy”Spry Benefit, 3-8pjn., Jerusalem Bapi.,3203 US 601 S., Mocksville. BBQ plates, hotdogs, classic car show, music, silent auction. Proceeds to Landen & family for medical expenses. Reunions S u n d a y , M a y 1 9 54th Howard Reunion, I pjn., Bethlehem UMC, Family Life Ctr., RedIandRd,, Advance. Descendants of Julius Smith Howard & Thomas Kelly Howard. Religion S u n d a y , M a y 1 9 Homecoming, at First UMC, N. Main Street, Mocksville, sevices 8:30 a.m. and 10:40 a.m. (covered dish 12:30 p.m.). S u n .-W e d ., M ay 1 9 -2 2 Revival, at Jerusalem Bapt., 3203 US 601 S., Mocksville. Sun. 6:30 p.m., Mon.-Wed. 7 p.m. Guest speakers. S u n d a y , M ay 2 6 Homecoming, 11 a.m. at Chinqua- pinGrove Missionary Bapt.Church, NC 801N., Mocksville. With guest speaker, lunch 1:30 pm ., message 3 p.m. O n g o in g Bible Study^ study Bible with Les Feidick on DVD, Davie YMCA, each Tues., 10-11 ajn. & 6-7 p.m. Also each Sun. 2 p.m. on WDSL AM radio. Come As You Arc, church service, Fulton UMC. 3689 NC 801 S., Ad­ vance, 8:30-9:15a.m.eveiySunday. GricfSharc Recovery & Support Group, ot Hillsdale UMC, S0I8 US 158,Advance. Second & fourth Sundays of each month 4 p.m. For Info: 998-4020. Klds for Christ* at Liberty UMC, 141 Libeity Cirde.Mocksville^each Wed. 3-5:30pjn. Forkindergarien- Sth grade. No cost, just a time for play,snacks,Bible stories,&music. Info: 940-7246. SummerDay CoretAdvance UMC, K*5th/Morc at 4, open enrollment, competitive price & reasonable rates, for more info or to register 998*0199 if no answer Iv. msg. MOPS (Mothers of Prcschoolcrs), 1st and 3rd Fri. of every month duringtraditional school year,9:30- 11:45 a.m., at Blaise Bopt. Church. Awona,eveiy Wed. evening 6:30*8 pjn. at Eagle Heights Church. The Life & Teaching of Jcsust presented by Mocksville Seventh- Day Adventist Church, Mon. & Thurs. at 7 p.m., at 407 Milling Rd., Mocksville. Free admission. For info: 704-876-3665. AWANA-& Youth Program, at Ijames Bapt. Church, each Sun. evening 5:45-7:30 pjn., ages four throughsixth grade. Info:492-6434. Women’s Discussion CIassest two classes held weekly at Jericho Church of Christ, Tues. 10:30 a.m. and Wed. 7:30 p.m. No cost for materials. AU women invited. Women^sBibleStudyfevcry Wed. 5-6 p.m., in a home near Milling Road area. AU women welcome. Info: 751*5229. Womcn’sStudyGn>uptPhase2,on Biblical women, presented by Han­ nah's Ministries. Free & held eveiy second Sat. of each month, 10-11 am . All welcome. Info: 940-5149. CarcNct Counseling Centers, at First Baptist Church,390 N. Main St., Mocksville. Offers inter-de­ nominational counseling. Academi­ cally trained,certified counselors & mental health professionals. Info.& appt. 751-2041. Preschool/Parcnts Morning Out, Bethlehem United Meth. Time: 9 a.m.-noon. Ages I & 2 - M,W or T, Th. Age 3 - M,T, Th. Age 4 & Pre-K - three or four days per week. Call 998-6820. Preschool, at Center United Meth. Church, 2 days per week or 4 days per week (4 yr. old class); 2 days per week (3 yr. old dnss); 2 days pcrweek(2yr.oldclass)8:30-ll:30 a.m. Phone 940-3753. Awana & Study, Wednesdays at 7 p.m., Hope Baptist Tabcmaclc. Special Events T h u rs d a y , M a y 9 Davle County Survivor Dinner, 6 p.m. at WinMock, Kinderton. For cancer survivors and caregivers. RSVP by May 1st to 1-877-871- 7848. Relayfor Ufe event. S a tu rd a y , M ay 11 3rd Annual Arts Smart Festival, begins 9 a.m. with opening ceremo­ nies at N. Davie Middle School, Farmington Rd..Mocksville. Ends I pjn. with concert by Davie Schools Combined Chorus. Admission free, refreshments available. O n g o in g Coffee House,4th Sun.each month, 7p.m.,atComatzer UMC.Good cof­ fee,good fellowship,&goodmusic. DatestoRemember S a tu rd a y , M a y 11 Public Shred Day, 9 ajn. til noon, St. Francis of Assisi parking lot. You can shred large grocery bag for $5 tax deductible donation (per bag). Info: 336406-1089.. T h u rs d a y , M a y 1 6 Business After Hours & IVibletop Expo, ai WinMock @ Kinderton, 168 C. Kinderton Way, Bermuda Run, 4-7 p.m. For info or to RSVP: call DavieCo.Chamberai75l-3304. W e d n e s d a y , M a y 2 2 Free Skln Cancer Screening Clinic,8-11 ajn.atDavieCo.Health Depl. Participation by appt. only. Call 753-6750 to schedule. O n g o in g Spay-Neuter Clinic, 2nd Wed. of each month by the Humane Society of Davie Cbunly, affordable spay- neuter surgery for cats and dogs. Call 751-5214 to make reservation and for details. Footloose Fri ends,everyTues.,7-9 p.m.(firettimedancersshbuldairive 6:30). Cbst $4 each night, open to couples or singles. Call Link 413- 5204 or 972-2659, Boot Camp In the PaA , w/Jessica Lagle, uppershelter Rich Park, Sat. 8:30 ajn. Cost: $6 ($10 for couple). Free M onthly Diabetes/Blood Pressure/Cholesterol Screenings, last Fri. of each month in 2009 at WaIMart,9a.m . til 12 noon. Spon­ sored by Davie Lion's Club. Farm ington'Farm ers M arkelt now open Sat. 8 a.m. til I p.m. and Wed. 5-8 p.m. Local produce & homemade items. Location: 1723 Farmington Rd., Mocksville. Visit Coolccmce’s Mill Village Museum, 14 Church St., Wed.-Sat. I Oa jn . til 4 p.m.Tours also available by appt. Call 284*6040. Storytimcs, al Davie Co. Library: Fri. 11 a.m. at Main Library (story time). Meetings T u e s d a y , M a y 21 Democratic Women of Davie, 7 p.m., HO Depot St., Mocksville. With guest speaker. O n g o in g Mocksville Garden Club, Isi Thurs. of each month, 7 pjn., in fellowship bldg. behind First UMC, Main Street, Mocksville. - Dnvic/Mocksville AA, closed non­ smoking meeting, al First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street (across from DavicCo.Library).Thursdays, 7 pjn. Info: Jan 753*1838. Davie County Planning Board, 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p jn. in commissioners chambers, 2nd floor, DavieAdministration Bldg., 123 S. Main Street. Davie County Board of Adjust­ ment, 3rd Monday of each month, 6p.m.,incommissionerschambers, 2nd floor, Davie Administration Bldg., 123 S. Main Street. Davie Beekeepers Association, second Thurs. of every month, 7 pjn.,412N. Main Street (First Bapt. Church). Visitors welcome. To find out more info: www.daviebeckeep- ers.org DC Networks, 2nd Tues. each month, Davie Library, Mocksville, 7:45-9 a.m. Networking/referrals group hosted by Davie Chamber of Commerce. Info: 751-3304.' DC Networks, 4th Tues. each month, Hampton InntBermudaRun, 7:45-9 ajn. Networking/referrals group hosted by Davie Chamber of Commerce. Info: 751-3304. Davie Quitters Guild, 3rd Mon. of each month, for info: 492-2000. VFW Post4024,7p.m.,2ndTues. each month ,VFW Hut, Sanford Av­ enue,Mocksville. Eligible members welcome. Come early for refresh­ ments. For info call 492-752L Trium ph P arenting Classes, Wednesdays, 10:30 ajn., call for info: 751*5636. Humane Society of Davie Co., bi- monthlymeeiings 2nd T\ies.ofeveiy even-numbered month, at Humane SocietyAdoptionCenter,291 Eaton Rd. Call 751-5214 for info. Family & FHends of the Mentally 111 Support Group, 2nd Tues. of each month, 6 p.m., Hillsdale Bapt. Church, Advance. Call 751-5441 for info. Advance Garden Club, 2nd Tues. each month, Hillsdale Bapt.Church, US 158,1:30 pjn. Lion’s Club, meets 1st Thurs. of I D A V 1 E -C L E M M 0 N S REACH OVBR29,000READERS EVEHTWmi Call Mohday-Frlday 8 AM-5 PM TOLL FHEE 1-877-751-2120 FAJb 70W3M157 EMAIL CLASSAOS@SAUSBURYP05T.C0M P I C T U R E A P S Sell your pels, car/truck or stulf with a photo ad & run I for 4 weeks for $20.Sellyour house with a pholo ad tor $30 tor 4 weeks. YARD SALE 10linesfor$10.00 - , 15 lines for $12.00 ! 20tine$for$15.0D.: G om ffl1l R m ta l BCH BoiineM Park, FOr safe or lease,9,000 sq. tt, building. 1600 Io 4500 sq tt units. Commercial lots for sale or will build to suit tenant. 336-996-3165 IMiiifBCtiiMl IHoWiwfDrBwit] Cools«mm2 BB, $l00tok. $400 dep. on 1/2 sc lot 336-996*6797. 704*975* 1579 or 704-469-6640 DlVle County, 3BR, 2BA. No pets. Secluded. Dep. required. HUD accepted. 336-391-6437 O w IerM U a line. 4010 Pop-Pop Lane off Baity Rd. 2BR. 2BA. Refrigerator, stove, heat pump. Private, overlook­ ing pond. $535/ma 336- 406-1961 M rtM hornIe rm L 2 BR SW. Shady Acres MHP. Jonn Crotts Rd.. Mocksville. Large outbuild­ ing, earporL HUD accept­ ed. No pets. 336-909-2092 i W a n te d I T o B o n t lndhrldiul Is looking to renl or lease a single level, 3 BR, 2 0A, all elec. house on 1/4 to 1SZ acre in Clemmons area, near 421. Please mail response to Box 613. c/o Salisbury Post, PO Box 4639. Salisbury NO 26145. Transportation Autos REQARDlfSS OF CRIOiTI Honda 2605 Accord, fully loaded. $300 down. Good credit, bad credit, no credit, no problem! Call 704-872-5255 wvnv.iagofnc.com Boats & Watenaaft 1995 Coleman, n ‘ Crawdad boat w/3.3 Mariner motor and a BiR Dance trolling motor 45 thrust $500. Call 704- 603-6617 ITnickslSIIVs] &Vans ^ Chevrolet eiater, 1996. In good condition. Please call 336-996-4017 for more information. Services A u c tio n s 622.6+/- Acres (14 Tracts). Rolling hilts, stream s. WorUng cattle farm in town limits. Water & sewer. Hiiisviiie. VA. Absolute Auction. June I. www.counlsauction.eom. 600-760-2991. VAAF93 • A u c tio n s ABSOLUTE AUCTION- 1904 Grist Mill on 4.5 A cres & Mill Pond, Danbury, NC • Slokes County - Saturday. May 16lh-12N oon. ALL early milling machinery opera­ tional, Includes SawmiH. www.HaHAucHonCo.com. 336-635*7653. NCALK47Q3 AUCTION- Construction Equipment & Trucks. May 17tt», 9am , Richmond, VA. Excavators, Dozers, Oumps & More. Accepting Ilems Oaily. Motley’s Auction & Realty Group, 804-232-3300, w w w .m o tle y s .c o m , VAALV16 Auctions. Sealed Bid & OnNne wI Bid Centers, Restaurant, Commercial Tracts, Luxury Homes and Land Lots, Lake Ptont Home, Town Homes, Duplex Lots & Resideniiai U ts In NC. SC & VA. Auctions ending May 1st, 15th, 16th, 21st. 22na, 23rd. 25tn & 30th, See Wobsae tor Sealed Bid & Bid Center Locations, NCAL3936, SCAL1664, VAAL560, wwwJton- lMNseaudion.com A u c tio n s GOING. GOING. GONEI Promote your auction Mith a classified ad pub­lished In 100 North Carolina new spapers with over 1.3 mllton cir­ culation. A 25-word ad is only $330. For more Infor­ mation, caH NCPS at 919-769-2063 or visit wwwjiqisads.com. TAX SEIZURE AUCTION- Saturday, May 16 at 10am. 201 S. Central Ave., LocusL NC. (14 m ies East of Charlotte) Selling Vehicles, Trucks, Motorcycles, Backhoe, Road Trailers. Shop Equipment tor NC Department of Revenue for Unpaid Taxes. 10% BR 704-791-6625. ncaf6479. www.ClassicAuctions.com CMHCara& ! Hutsery School I* Meme Daycare Available. Mon-Fri, 1st & 2nd Shift. Mocksvllle school district. Call for details 336-692-3606 Financial Sendees uW ecaaerasayiw r bad credit- 100% - guaranteed" The FedemITrade Commission says any credit iepair company that claims to be able to legally remove accurate and timely Information from your credit report is lying. There's no easy fix for bad credit, ft takes lime and a con­ scious effort to pay your debts. Leam about managing credit and debt at Hc.gov/crediL A m esssgafnm the Safefawy Pasi S the FTC. each month, 6 pjn. board, 7 p.m. general. At Hardison United Meth­ odist Church. HiUsdalc Sunrise Rotary Club, every Thurs. at 7 a.m., Bermuda Village. Davie Co. Fraternal O rder of Policc Lodge 94,3rd TUes. of every month,7 pjn.,Zeko’s Restaurant. Davie Democratic Party, 2nd Tues. of cach month, 7 p.m., 110 Depot Street. DavicCo. Republican Party,every thiidTues. of month ,7 p.m. in Davie Co. courthouse. Dtivie Amateur Radio Club, 1st Tuesday of cach month, 7 p.m., Davie Co. Hospital Training Room. Public welcome. Davie Co. Republican M en’s Federation, second Thurs. of ev­ ery month, 6:30 p.m.. Sagebrush, US 601 N., Mocksville. For info: 408-8898. Davie Historical Sc Genealogical Society, 4ih Thurs., 7 pjn., Davie Library. Al-Anon Family Group,at Mace­ donia Moravian Church, N.C. 801 N., Advance, Sundays 8 pjn., (in fellowshiphall).AI-Anon is a group that helps families & friends of alcoholics. Cooleemee Womens Civilan Club, meets 4th Thurs. of cach month, 7 pjn. Cooleemee First Bapt. fel­ lowship hall, 204 Marginal St., Cooleemee. AU area ladies invited. Stitch-ln, a gathering of crafters at Mocksville Library, second Wed. of each month, 7-8:15 p.m. Bring your portable project an all your best tips and (ricks to share. Info: 751-2023. (Community Foundation of Davie County Board of Directors, 2nd Mon., 5 p.m. Rotating meeting. For info/monthly Iocationcall753-6903. North DavieRuritau Club,month­ ly dinner meetings, second Mon. of each month, 7 p.m. Call 782*4276 forinfoondlocationof next meeting. Smart Start ofDavie Cbunty board meeting, 3rd Tues. of every other month (begins Jan.) at SunTrust on Yadkinville Rd., 3 p.m. Questions: 751-2113. AlzhdmerfS Support Group, 2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30 p.m., at Davie Sr. Services, Mocksvillc. Info: 753-6230. Davie Civitan Club meets 4th Thurs. of each month, Feb.*Oct., 7 pjn., at HiUsdole Bapt. Church, Hwy. 158.AU visitors welcome. NAACP Community Awareness Meeting, every 4th Mon. of each month. 7 p.m., at Shiloh Bapt. Church. CenterECA Club meets 3rd Tues­ day ofeach month.atCenlerComm. Bldg., 7:30 pjn: Pleasejoin us. Disabled American Veterans Post 75 meets on third Monday of each month, 7 pjn., DAVbuiIclingtHwy. 601 S. Contact 336-407-5662 for more info. Town Of Cooleemee Planning. Board, meets 3rd Thurs. of each month at Cooleemee Town Hall, 7 pjn. Autism Support Group 3rd Mon* day of each month, 6:30 pjn., at Hillsdale Bapt.Church, Advance. Davie County Diabetes Support Group, first Thurs. of every month, 7-8:30 p.m., at Davie Co. Public Library Small Cbnference Room. Info: 751-8700. DavieCo.HospitalAiudlary,every second Tbes., in board room, 6 p.m. Davie Business Women’s Associa­ tion, 1st Wed. of each month, 12 noon,at SunTrust Bonk, Valley Bank Branch location. Open to all ladies interested in networking. The Artist Group, Davie County Library, 7 pjn. last Tues. Call Bon­ nie at 998-5274, CenterComraunity Development, 3rd Mon., 7 p.m. Community Bldg. Cooleemee Town B oard, 3rd Monday, Town Hall, 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Davie DomcsticViolcnce Services and Rape Crisis Center. Offers weekly support group for domestic violence & sexual assault victims. The groupmeetsevery Tues. evening from 5:30-7 pjn. Please call office for location, 751-3450. Sons of Confederate Veterans, 1st Monday, Cooleemee Historical Building, 7 pjn. MocksviIIeRotnry Club,Tuesdays, 12:10 p.m., Energy United Educa­ tion Center. 182 S. Salisbury St., Mocksville. HomeImprovement Carolina Energy Savers ToiaJ Home Remoddlng Any $ize job! Glass replacement 336-816-7470 Farmington Masonic Lodge No. 265,2nd Monday, 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Davie Co. United Way Board of Directors, 4th Monday, 5:30 p.m., Brock Center Annex, Conf. Room 208. Davie High Athletic Boosters, 3rd Monday, 7 p.m., school cafeteria. Farmington Ruritan Club, 2nd Thursday, 7:30 pjn., Farmington Methodist church. HELPS Ministries, Christian re­ covery program for women sexually ; abused as children. Mondays, 7:30 p.m.,41 court Square. Room 210. Parents Resource Organization (PRO) support group for families of children with disabilities, 2nd . Tuesday, 7 p.m. Call Rosemary Kropfclderat998-3311 forlocatioo. Jericho-Hardison Ruritan Club, 2nd Tuesday, 7 p.m .,dub building. Health Dept., clinic hours: Mon.- Fri.l 8:30-ll:30a.m., 1-4:30 p.m. Davie County Board of Social : Services, 4th Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. ’ at DSS. NarcoticsAnonymousAgainstAU - OddsGroup,FirstBapt.Church,390 1 N. Main Street (upstairs), Thurs. 7 ■ pjn.. Sun. 6 p.m. Drug Problem? Helpline, 336*785*7280. : Mocksville Civitan Club, 7 pjn., 2nd & 4th Mondays, at First Pres- : byterian Church. , Advancc Memorial Post 8719 ■ Veterans of Foreign Wats and Ladies - Auxiliary,4thTues.,7:30p.m.,post ] home. Feed Mill Road. Davie County Right To Life, 7 ; pjn.,3rdThursday,gnuidjuiyroom,' courthouse.751-5235 or492-5723. Cooleemee Memorial VFW Post ■ 1119,2nd Sat., 10 a.m., VFW Hall, N.C. 801. ’ Corinthian Lodge No. I7F&AM ,' 2nd, 4th Fridays, 7:30 pjn. at the * lodge. , Mocksville Lodge No. 134, 1st • Tuesday, 7:30 pjn. at the lodge. Cooleemee Civitan’s Club Meet­ ing, 1st and 3rd Mon. each month, t 7 pjn.,Civitan Property, 801 North,, Cooleemee. Davie Co, M ultiple Sclerosis.. Support Group,2nd Mon. of each month,6pjn.,DavieCo.Hospital.' Seniors All Senior Activities take place at Davie County Senior Services located at278 Merohey St., Mocks-. ville unless otherwise noted. Call 753-6230. ! O n g o in g Sr. Lunchbox, M ,T,W, 11:30 ajn., Th. Sl Fri., 11 ajn., lunch served, daily. Quilting Club, every Monday,- 10 ajn. Bridge, every Friday, 2 pjn. * SK1PBO, Wednesdays, I pjn. Scrapbooking, every 2nd Tuesday, ■ 2 pjn. Dr.Dunn,Podiatrist,atSr. Services every three weeks,8:30ajn.,please call for dates. Free Blood Pressure Checks, once; a month, at 10:30 ajn. in the Nulri-' tion Site. ; Singing Seniors Chorus, Thurs-; days, 10 ajn. Scrabble, I pjn. every Monday. Texas HoId’Em -Thursdays,! p.m. Sr. Book Club, eveiy third Tues. o f; the month, 2:30 pjn. Computer Qasses - are available, call for information. Arthritic Exercise - every other Wed. 10:30 ajn. Low Impact Aerobics - Tues. &. Thurs., 11 ajn. Fitness Equipment Room * open; Mon.-Thuis. Ba jn. til 8p jn. Fridays ‘ 8a.m.til5p.m.&Sat,9a.m.til I pjn. - Ihble Tennis-everyTues. I-4 p.m. Art, Mondays 9 a.m. til 12 pjn. Thi Chi, Tuesdays (call for sess-1 sion dates) ; Woodcarving, Wed. 9-11 a.m. • Silver Health, Mon., Tbes., Wed.,' 8:30 ajn. Massage Therapy, every lsi& 3rd • Tues. Call for appt. & prices. Yoga, call for dates and sessions. Dance Party Aerobics, 5:30 p jn .; on Tues. & Thurs. Silver Health, Mon., Wed., St Fri.; at 8:30 ajn. ; R eport D avie D ateline Ite m s : By N oon O n M onday Items for Davie Dateline should, be reported by noon Monday of the, publication week. Call 751-2120 or. drop it by the office, at S. Main St.. across from the courthouse. W E BUY GOLD! 53* Year! • WEBUY SILVER & PLATINUM • ExpertJenvlryRepair DIAMONQ MOCKSVILLE • 751-3747 f GOLD GALLERY CLEMMONS» 766-1800 $$ DONT WANT IT? SELL IT! $$ US - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD1Thursday, May 9,2013 I!!P aid Political A d v e rtise m e n t 111 PROTEGT Your Mortgage Interest S Property Tax Deductions. They Could Be a Thing of the Past MORTGAGE INTEREST & PROPERTY TAX DEDUCTIONS ARE CRITICAL TO HOMEOWNERS You worked hard. You -saved up. You bought a home. It is the single largest investment you will ever make, so you expect to get the mortgage interest and property tax deductions on your income taxes. But that may not happen anymore. Efforts in the North Carolina General Assembly could eliminate your mortgage interest and property tax deductions. E lim in a tin g t h e m o r t g a g e i n t e r e s t a n d p r o p e r ty t a x d e d u c tio n s w ill h u r t o u r f r a g ile e c o n o m y , d e c r e a s e h o m e v a lu e s a n d e n d u p c o s tin g y o u m o n e y . Taking away our homeownership deductions isn't tax reform - it just makes our families pay more. Help save the mortgage interest and property tax deductions. Tell your legislator that mortgage interest and property tax deductions are important to homeowners. I Ta^cReformFacts.org P a id fo r b y .th e N C A s s o c ia tio n o f R E A L T O R S ® ,:^ i:,W ey b rid g e! L a n e , G re e n s b o ro , N C '2 7 4 0 7 Quick Thinkers Odyssey Of The Mind Team Going To World Finals P a g e C l An Inspiration Angie Slabach Remembered P a g e B I DAVIE CO U N TV EN TE wocKsvrue E C O R D U S P S 1 4 9 -1 6 0 Number 20 ThursdayvMay 16, 2013 ill M L e a r n i n g I s F u n Not only do kids in Cooleemee learn history, they have fun doing It Through programs conducted by;the;Cooleemee Historical Association, they see first hand how their community was developed.’ Above, volunteer Susan Wail shows Cool- eemee Elementary students a spoon of butter they had helped churn. For more photos and articles about kids learning history, turn to pages C4 and D1. -PhotobyKCSmith Mocksville Police Chief Retiring A fter 43 years in law enforcem ent, M ocksville Police C hief R obert C ook is retiring at the end o f this m onth. “I feel like M ocksville now has one o f Uie best depart­ m ents in N orth C arolina,” he said. “T he cooperation b e­ tw een all agencies is the best in history.” C ook started his career as a police officer in Thom as- ville, and follow ed that as a D avie sheriff’s deputy, K em - ersville assistant chief and 25 years as a m agistrate in D a­ vie C ounty. H e w as anim al control director for 20 years. H e has been police chief for eight years. “D uring m y term here, we have rem odeled the police departm ent, built a state-of-the-art training center for all county law enforcem ent saving the county and tow n a lot o f m oney.” C ook said he is proud o f the tow n and sheriff’s depart­ m ent efforts to fight drugs, raising a fund from $900 to $70,000. “W orking w ith Sheriff Stokes, our departm ents have m ade m ore drug arrests and sent m ore dealers to prison than anytim e in o ur history,” he said. C ook said he is thankful for the town m anager and board, and the public for supporting his efforts, “ ... espe­ cially al! m y fam ily w ho have stood by m e m issing birth­ days, holidays and fam ily functions w hen duty called.” L ast w eek, the tow n board voted A ssistant C hief D an­ iel M atthew s to serve as interim chief until a replacem ent is nam ed.C ook 3 6 P A G E S Schools Budget Request Same As 2 0 1 2 B y B eth C assidy and M ike B am hardt Enterprise R ecord The school board unanim ously approved a budget d raft for the 2013-14 year last w eek. Superintendent D r. D arrin H art- n ess re m in d e d th e b o a rd th a t w ithout a state b u d g et in place, and not know ing w hat federalrev- enues w ill be, creating a budget is challenging, and w hatever w as ap­ proved w ould likely change. tiD a y ie C o u n ty S ch o o ls has . continued to be fiscally responsible b y .preserying'a& 'inany services for studeritsas possible, even w ith th e reduction o f state resources ' over Jhe past several years. T his bu d g et... is a draft budget that w ill need to be further adjusted based on final local, state, and federal allotm ents” H e m ade sim ilar statem ents to county com m issioners a t a M on­ day budget w orkshop, asking for the sam e about in current expense , funding - $9.54 m illion - as in the past four years. W hile othersystem s w ere forced to cut staff last year, D avie w as able to adjust the num ber o f people w orking w ith students through re­ tirem ents and resignations, and not through reductions in force. O ne w ay jo b s have been pre­ served is by the use o f fund bal­ ance, boosted by stim ulus funds P lease S ee B ud g et - P ag e 7 Offering Hope 12th Home Going Up In Mocksville B y Jac k ic S cabolt Enterprise R ecord T he 12th “H ope H om e” being built in D avie C ounty is alm ost done. H ope H om es o f Davie is build­ ing a residence for som eone on F oster Street in M ocksville. T he tw o bedroom , one and a half bath h ouse w ill be o w ned by H ope H om es but w ill allow a resident to m ove in and live there rent free. H ope H om es v o lu n teer Jim Stockert says the hom es are all built by volunteer labor and typically take six to eight weeks to com plete. “A nyone can volunteer,” Stock- ert said as w orkers take m easure- _ _ _ _ _ _________________________________________________ m ents for sheet rock and prepare H IJII, ipiessc S te H o p e - P ag e 10 Billy K e e n a n a n d D e E tte R iddle w o rk o n th e H o p e H o m e b ein g built o n F o ste r S tre e t. i’- ‘ >. 'c I i-- % • Photo by Robin Snow 2 - D A V IE C O U N T Y E N T E R P R IS E R E C O R D , T h u rsd a y , M ay 1«, 2013 E d i t o r i a l P a g e G e r o n i m o P i l g r i m a g e L o s e s T o C o w b o y s Forgive m e, G eronim o. T ve sided with the cow boys. O ur four-year Oklahom a adventure is now over. Son Robert returns to N orth C arolina this w eek, diplom a in hand, and I w ill have no reason to return to the Sooner State except to fulfill a final wistful m ission — a pilgrim age to the grave of the great w arrior Geronim o. W e ran out o f tim e Saturday. Fort Sill and the grave are 100 m iles south o f N orm an.The N ational C ow boy M useum is 30 m iles north in Oklahom a City. We deposited R obert's last box o f belongings at the UPS Store at 2 p.m ., which m ade o ur choice obvious. W e turned ou r rental car north. • The cow boy m useum w as w onderful — huge paintings o f the W ild W est in the 19th century, R em ington sculptures, cow boy saddles, lariats, hats, W estern m ovie tributes and even a m ock W estern tow n. G uards had to run Elizabeth and m e out at closing tim e. T here's even a life-sized statue o f the great 20th centuiy cow boy R onald R eagan. W e m ade the right ch oice. B ut as a boy, I scream ed “Geronim o" and w ar w hooped w ith m y plastic tom ahawk across the farm on im aginary assaults on the U S . Cavalry. B efore the arrival o f spacem an B uzz LighQrear, boys im ag­ ined them selves as either cow boys, soldiers or Indians. I was Geronim o, the great A pache terrorist whose grizzly feats m ake O sam a bin Laden seem like a choir boy. The m ilitary’s code nam e for the raid that killed the al- Q aidaleaderin 2011: “O peration Geronim o.” Civilization, not soldiers, killed Geronimo. He surrendered in 1886 and for a w hile joined a W estern troupe appearing dt fairs. H e em braced alcohol and was so drunk he fell o ff his horse in February 1909 into the cold m ud and spent the night there in a stupor. H e died o f pneum onia. H is last w ords: “I should never have surrendered. I should have fought until I w as the last m an alive.” A m ound o f stones m arks his grave. A Law ton w om an we m et at graduation told us how to navigate the rem ote road to the grave. Visitors are few — m ostly just fanciful fools like m e and som e w ayw ard Yale students who once falsely claim ed to have stolen G eronim o's skull. W e traveled to O klahom a m aybe eight tim es during R ob­ ert's education, alw ays trying to m ix our visit w ith a little tourism . I have loved the University o f O klahom a as m uch -a s m y son. University President D avidB orenw ouIdgetT ny vote for President o f the U nited States. D uring the graduation m arch, four Plains Native Am erican chiefs in full dress regalia led the graduates onto the field. Young graduates representing all the O klahom a tribes joined them . Real life cow boys and their fam ilies sat around us in {he football stadium . Everyone Jo in ed m sin g in g th elW onderful4jO klahom ar' A bout 35,000 attended, and the cerem ony ended as dark­ ness settled on the prairie. T he university then released a dazzling fireworks display o f red and w hite. O klahom ans know how to celebrate. Every student at the University o f O klahom a from the first day is taught one founding principle: There is nothing good about the University o f Texas. D uring his rem arks to the stu­ dents, President Boren got in a few last digs at the Longhorns. T he Sooners were 3-1 against Texas during R obert’s tenure, including last year’s 63-21 shellacking. These are good tim es for O klahom a. I have tried to im agine w hat it m ust have been like 150 years ago when Geronim o ran free, when settlers in their wag­ ons crossed the prairie on the way to C alifornia, and when the B oom ers aw aited the cannon shot to race to claim free land. I got m y ow n education visiting Oklahom a. Angie Browder Slabach She w as the best am ong us. A ngie B row der Slabach’s death last w eek caused a pause across the county. S he w as outstanding in so many ways — a gifted athlete, a w inning coach, a teacher, m other, friend, public servant and a w dm an o f deep faith. H er death is a loss to D avie County. D espite the m any efforts, breast cancer rem ains a deadly killer. O ur deepest sym pathy to the family. — D w ight Sparks BENGHAZi FOP DUMMIES lMeLL? \ VieLL , A&eiU’T Vou GOfHG To Rep0RT O ^ T n e T i I B e A lG f lA Z / .WHAT te e rou, A W M M Y ? ? ? I n T h e M a il Commissioners Disappointing To the editon In reading the summary of the M ay 6 county commissioners meeting I was .very disappointed in several things that occurred. The commissioners initially sent Dr. Hartness a list of questions on the issue of a new high school, and then two o f the five votes against allowing him to respond. Yes, you heard it right; Dr. Hart- ness was asked questions and then almost hot allowed to respond. These are the peopte-we elected to be commissioners? Rather than be professional enough to send the questions di­ rectly to him, they had CounQ M anger Beth Dirks to just “pass them along.” Excuse me? In response to ah inquiry from Dr. Hartness regarding the source o f square foot costs, Mr. Humphrey replied that “it doesn’t matter.” Excuse me again? It is obvious that Commissioners Wisecarver and Humphrey are against the new school and CommissionerJones doesn’t know what he should do. Why could the commissioners not allow more time for public comment? Real professional and concerned about what the voters want, aren’t they? One of their questionsconcemed the county hiring its own ar­ chitectural firm? I beg your pardon, gentlemen, but where have you been the last four months. Been done and completed and re­ viewed. It is becoming rapidly clear that at least several o f the Davie county, commissioners have no idea what they are doing. They have done very good at using our money, and without our votes per se, to attract Ashley Furniture and the hospital, but now they are not allowing us to vote on something important to the future of the county - a new high school. I recommend that every voter remember who did what when elections come around again. Don Witte Advance A Vow To Defend The Constitution To the editon In between my junior and senior year of high school, I made a solemn vow to defend our constitution against all enemies, for­ eign or domestic. I don't really get too political very much, but by God, I made a vow that day that I hold true. It seems to m e that as of lately, things that we have been guar­ anteed by our Constitution are being threatened. I will keep that vow that I made, in or out of uniform, to make sure that our future generations have the same rights that we are supposed to have until the day I take my last breath. If that last breath shall be tak­ en from me by the so-called authorities for standing up for these rights, then I die a patriot and a martyr. If I am labeled as a ter­ rorist for defending the same Constitution that I swore to defend, then who really is the terrorist? Life, liberty, pursuit of happiness. All have been guaranteed these things. Where are the lntsic freedoms that we enjoy? Free speech is being robbed of us by mainstream media. Freedom of religion is being banned in our armed forces. Our right to keep and bear arms is threatened with every new gun control legisla­ tion passed.. Our right to overthrow tyranny? Two words • elec­ toral college. Every day our basic rights are being hacked away at as we the people stand idly by and do nothing. Thi9 is supposed to be a ■government by the people, for the people. It seems (0 m e that this is a government by the money, for the money. How much longer before we realize the United States of America has become a capitalist state? My greatest fear is that we will finally wake up when we realize that our nightmares have become reality. Wake up people, we the people are going downhill and we are getting D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P R IS iT R E C O R D USPS 149-160 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (336)751-2120 Pubiished weekly by the Davie Publishing Co. Dwight Sparks... Robin Snow....... Mike Bam hardt ............... RayTutterow................... Brian Pitts........................ Mocksville Enterprise 1916-1958 ..Editor/Publisher Genera! Manager ..Managing Editor Advertising Director .................Sports Editor Davie Record 1899-1958 Cooleemee Journal 1901-1971 Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 Cents $20 Per Year In Davie; $25 NO; $30 outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Davie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99, M ocksville, NC 27028 • _____________J I ---------------------------------------:---- there fast. The majority no longer means people. The majority is money. , I know that there will be people who respond to this stating that they disagree, I am un-American, delusional, or misled. So to those people I hereby say, "Thank you for using your First Amendment R ight... while you still can." John Campbell . Mocksville F u n d r a i s e r s H e l p M a k e B a s k e t b a l l C a m p A R e a l i t y To the editor: On April 27 and May 4 The Grimes Parker Basketball Camp Invictus hosted two fundraisers benefiuing the organization’s an­ nual basketball camp for Cooleemee’s elementary aged students. Both events were huge successes, with 180+ registrants taking to the starting line in the 3rd annual Invictus 5K Walk/Run and many patrons filling their belly on flounder at the fish fry. There are many individuals, groups, suppliers, and supporters that deserve recognition for participating, coordinating and pro­ viding volunteer services. Our appreciation extends to all event participants whocontributed to our cause and supported this year’s events. Thank you to the volunteers who committed their time to serve our organization. It’s your willingness and dedication that allows these types of events to materialize. A special thank you to Cooleemee Elementaiy School for the forged partnership and perpetual support demonstrated towards our organization. Thank you to the Cooleemee police and fire departments for keeping our streets safe and racers free from harm. Thank you to the organization’s members for continuing to T k f c O r t M A l A z B l I l I z aJ i r i S '* supP0rt such a Poskive initiative- Yourengagement and influence I I Icil I. INtJW DUIIUII I U represents ,a true standard of community involvement. ^ Jesse Coleman Advance Welcome , T he E nterpriie R ecord w elcom es letters from its read- ' era on topics o f local, state, national o r international issu e s,: A n effort W illbe m ade to print all letters, provided they J are not libelous, vulgar or in poor taste. T he editor reserves ' the right to ed it letters for gram m ar and for space. A ll letteis should include the nam e and address o f the w riter, including a signature. A telephoire num ber, not to be published, is also requested. Please have letters in the new spaper office no later than 4 p m . M onday o f the w eek to be published. D avie C ounty Enterprise R ecord P.O. B ox, 99 , M ocksville, datde3@ centurylink.net. G o o d T e a c h e r s M o r e I m p o r t a n t To the editon I I am going to make this statement one more time. The new plan for the building (high school) is beautiful. But, does it make the teaching inside any better? No. Why do we w ony so much about how the building looks rather than the teachers and the areas in­ side in which the students leam? I went to school back in the ancient days (graduated high school in 1952) and our building was rectangular with great teachers and good classrooms. That was the most important part. Why should !Residents of Davie County want to spend so much money on the outside looks of a school building rather than paying good money for good teachers to teach the children how to be good citizens. I hope people will give this some thought. Money does not just come floating down from the sky but out of our pockets. Please citizens, stand up for logic rather than the outside beauty of a building. Jere Dailey . Advance DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 - 3 Writer Misunderstands; Makes False Accusations Tothe editor: Mr. Koontz: A sharing of information, think­ ing, and opinions is how we nil should work to­ gether to help transform our K-12 Davie County School System in to a quality 21st Century Edu­ cational Program. I have multiple degrees in accounting and finance. I am a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Internal Auditor. I spend nearly 40 years of my career in internal auditing. Most people think of internal auditing, in terms of what it was 50 years ago. Internal auditing the last 30 years most often involved going in to the unknown, extensive research to develop standards to mea­ sure operations against, doing the qualitative and quantitative measurements to reach conclusions and, when needed, make recommendations for improvements. I was an internal audit manager for AT&T Corporate HQ, where I did multiple research, including writing audit programs for the Federal Communication Commission. I also was the initial director of internal auditing at two •major state universities; every audit was new adventure there. Thus, you can describe me as a retired experienced researcher. A 21st Century education is not one or a few classes in high school, nor is it as simple as build­ ing a new high school. It is a major change in an educational system, to include the academic pro­ gram, the facilities, IT equipment and software, the faculty, administration, students, community and the world. R a le ig h R e p o r t After research, I asked myself how I can de­ termine if the proposed multi-million dollar new high school will provide the facilities to support a 21 st CcnturyAcademic Program? I found this dif­ ficult, because there is no new high school facility details to assist my analysis, nor a 21st Century Academic Program to direct what facilities are needed. Thus, if this new high school is built, I can only hope it meets 21st Centuiy educational needs, if and when, they arc implemented. This is one of the main points of my letter. >1 ask myself if the current high school could be refurbished to meet a 21st Century Academic Program needs. From my research, it appears it can be at significantly less cost if there was a Da­ vie County 21st CenluryAcademic Program and BOE plan for implementing a K-12 21st Century Academic Program system-wide. System wide, I refer to the significant amount ($45 million) of repairs and renovations needed at all the other Davie County schools per the Little Report. The savings from refurbishing the high school will be significant. These funds can then be used to help, cover a large part of this $45 million in facilities needs at other schools. In addition, I was told the superintendent stated publicly that by shifting a few students among the schools, this $45 million in renovation and repairs has been reduced to only I think it was said $11.or $15 million. I do not understand how this is possible. I found building industry standards for the cost o f building new high schools, as well as, gener­ ally accepted 2011 and 2012 standard cost for the building of new htgh schools in Nortlt Carolina. This is the basis of my conclusion that the new high school costs are materially understated. The topic of my letter remains: What is a 21 st Century K-12 Educational Program and how should one be established in Davie County? My opinion remains that Davie County School Sys­ tem docs not have a comprehensive 21 st Century Educational Program. Also, such a m ajor im­ provement cannot happen overnight. It will take extensive planning and, due to our current difficult economic conditions, time to fund. You, however, went way beyond my letter, making accusations about me that are not in my letter and ore not true. We do not know each other. We have never talked. You have never heard me say, nor read anything I have written on so many things you accuse me of. How do you know what my thinking is on this multitude of your accusations? An Academic Program for the 21st Century requires many changes in the school system’s and teachers’ approach to education. These changes are like changes that occur in any profession and business. During my about 40 years as an auditor, the auditing profession made m ajor changes about every 2-4 years. I had Io educate m yself to adopt to these changes. Davie County teacheis and administrators will have to study and Ieam how to implement and manage under a 21 st Century Academic Program. These do not mean I was, nor that Davie County teachers and administrators are not competent. It simply means we both had to learn new and different way of performing our respective re­ sponsibilities. Ron Keister Mocksville H o u s e W o r k in g T o E lim in a te T h e ‘D e a th T a x ’ Dy Julia C . Howard NC House of Representatives The House prepares for the crossover legisla­ tive deadline. On Thursday, all House bills that . have not been passed to the Senate and all Sen­ ate bills that have not passed to the House will receive no further action in this legislative term. In order to meet this deadline, several large leg­ islative items were heard in the house. On Wednesday, in a bipartisan vote, the House passed H B 101, repealing the death tnx in North Carolina. ; • The death tax is the process by which a de­ ceased individual’s assets are taxed upon their death. It is a regressive tax that punishes growth, success; and hard work. North Carolina and Ten­ nessee are the only states in the Southeast that have a death tax, and Tennessee is allowing theirs to expire in 2016. Eliminating the death tax is a huge step toward making our state more regionally attractive for economic development and job creation. The House passed HB 716, prohibiting sex- selection abortion in North Carolina. This leg­ islation prohibits anyone from performing an abortion if they have knowledge, or an objective reason to know, that a significant factor in the pregnant woman seeking an abortion is related to the sex of an unborn child. Polling consistently shows that over 75 per­ cent of North Carolinians oppose sex-selection abortion and would support legislation banning the practice. The House passed HB 937, amending fire­ arms laws. This legistauon is an effort to protect the rights of individuals who abide by gun laws and to increase criminal penalties on those who do not. This legislation allows concealed carry per­ m it holders to have a concealed handgun in a locked vehicle in the following areas: state gov­ ernment parking lots, community colleges, pub­ lic colleges and public universities. Private col­ leges have the option of allowing or not. The bill allows concealed carry permit holders to carry a concealed firearm into an establishment where an admission fee is charged or where alcoholic beverages are sold and/or consumed. However, the owner of the establishment may post a no­ tice prohibiting the parrying of firearms on the premises. Concealed carry permit holders are'al­ ready prohibited from consuming alcohol while carrying. The provisions of HB 937 strengthening gun laws include increasing penalties for crimes in which a firearm is used, displayed, or a gun’s use or display is threatened. The legislation also m akes it a criminal offense for any person to per­ m it a child under 12 to have access to or posses­ sion of a firearm without supervision or parental consent. And it improves our state’s participa­ tion in NICS (the National Instant Background Check System) by requiring reports within 48 hours of an individual being involuntarily com­ mitted to a mental health facility. This well-balanced bill will crack down on gun criminals, and shore up the rights o f law- abiding gun owners. It has wide support from the* ■ law enforcement community and public safety officials, as well as 2nd amendment advocates. Should you have any concerns, do not hesitate to contact me. Legislative Office: 919-733-5904; Mocksville: 751J1567; E-Mail: Julia Howard® ncleg.net. Local C a re . LocaltTEAM, Providing C o m p a s s i o n a t e C a r e in Davie, Yadkin, Wilkes, andIredellfor G E N E R A T I O N S . • 1 ^ ■ H o sp ice & P a lU a tiu e '. v / ; C ‘ A ;R . E ; . 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As part of the entertainment, Yadkin native Landon Parker will perform. Parker knows what it is like to see someone suffer with cancer. He has lost a grandmother and grandfather to cancer. At (he age of 15, .his dad bought him a guitar a few weeks prior to him finding out that his Grandpa Hobson "Pa” had pancreatic cancer. Parkertaughthim selfhow to play the guitar and sing. This started out to be a coping mech­ anism and became a daily ritual. During this time, he also had to cope with his Grandpa Parker’s diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Not long after losing his Grandpa Parker, his Grandma Hobson. “Gonnie" was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. She never let her treatments keep her from a single performance until right up to the time she died in Janu- aiy 2012.. •His 2012 Album called “Country Side” is dedicated to the passing of his grandparents. With his brother, Nathan Parker and another songwriter named Jill Gilliam, he’s co-written and 'c^ iSSSiiSgss iiili L andon P a rk e r will perform a t 8 p .m . F rid ay a t th e D a­ v ie R elay, ju s t prior to th e lighting of th e lum inaries. composed up to 20 songs. Through all o f Parker’s loss­ es, he believes his music should touch people by giving back to those in need. In turn, he does this by doing benefits for those going through hardships and illnesses. At least each member of Parker’s .band has a family member battling cancer. This, gives them all the drive to give back to the communities and let people know they are not alone in this fight. Davie County Relay for Life is bringing back the 4lMiss Da­ vie Dude” contest this year. If interested in participating, see a committee member. Betty Shuhz is the market­ ing/publications chair for the Davie Relay. Why does she volunteer? “At the age of 16, I lost a brother-in-law to cancer. This was really the first introduc­ tion o f cancer into my life. My brother, living in South Caro­ lina, had lung cancer. He left behind my oldest sister and their daughter, his daughters by a previous marriage and several other family members. “A few years later, I lost two. o f my mom’s sisters to cancer. I never really knew them, we had never gotten to be around them much while growing up. W hile in high school, there was stydents that had canter, also. “Years later, after meeting my husband and his family, cancer proved to be more evi­ dent in my life. I met his grand­ mother, M rs. Dizney. Several yean before I had met her, she had breast cancer.She had a sin­ gle mastectomy. She had went through all of her treatments and was doing great. Approxi­ mately 20 years later, after the mastectomy, she went for a check-up and cancer was found in her other breast. Today, by the grace of our Heavenly Fa­ ther and a lot o f prayer, Mrs. Dizney is dcing well. She is al­ most 91.year’s old and cancer free for the second time in her amazing Ufc. She is the drive behind my daughter, Brittney Shultz, and her reason to Relay. “During this time of m eet­ ing my husband and his fam­ ily, a dear family member of ' my own was fighting her battle with Cancer. Sharon M arshall, served' our country in the US Navy. She was a beautiful young woman that loved Iier 6:30 6:45 6:55 7:00-7:15 7:30 8-9:30 9:30 1 0 10:30... 11:30 . 12-4 a.m. 2 a m 3 am 5 am 5:30 am 6 am Opening Ceremony Welcome Speaker Invocation NationaIAnthem Survivor Lap-DCHS Drum Line' Caregivers Lap Teams Lap DCHS Cheerleaders Bark Point Ramblers with Steve Block LandonParker Luminary Service Music by Redempition Trio Following Luminary Service, Klds Lap with Lighted Bands Clogging with Tonya Barber Miss Davie DudetCindy Hege, MC Zumba/Line Dancing Teams Scavenger Hunt Wheelchair/Wagon Races Almost Home Team Lap with lighted Bands/Wands Winners announced of Scavenger Hunt and Races Music by Brad Ratledge Band Closing Ceremony1Rob Waugh, and Final Team Lap family, but was taken away from us too early in her life, by this dreadful thing we call cancer. Sharon left behind her daughter, her father and step­ mother, her mother and step­ father, 2 sisters, a brother, and nieces and nephews. She had fought breast cancer for 18 months and was taken away from- us at the age of 33, in 1997. ’ “I have lost friends, family members, co-workers and fel­ low church members to can­ cer. I have watched friends as they have been caregivers and the pain that they have gone through watching theirfriend/ family member fight their bat­ tle. If we were to pick one word out of the dictionary to be die most horrible word ever, I be­ lieve that cancer would have to be the one word that I would pick. “Today, I relay to hopefully help to find a cure for this hor­ rible word that we call cancer. I relay to help give support to those who are fighting their battle and to remember those who have lost their battle. “We hope that you will visit our website 'wwwselayjbrlife, orgldavicnc for more informa­ tion about cancer and how you can relay.” Why Relay? F a m i l y M e m b e r , H o p e A r e R e a s o n s F o r D a v i e V o l u n t e e r s For Mary Alice “M.A.” Brewer, deciding to partici­ pate in the Cancer Prevention ■ Study 3 (CPS-3) was a no- brainer- . “As a mother, I would do anything for my children,” said Brewer of Mocksville. “And if I thought that what I was doing would save them from a cancer diagnosis, I’d give my life for that - much less four vials of blood.” Brewer, a nurse with Davie County Home Health, was one of several members o f the Davie County Relay forLife... Committee and individual Relay teams who have partici­ pated in the study during the last three months. Participants were required to fill out an online survey be­ fore traveling to Calvary Bap­ tist Church in Winston-Salem - one o f the study sites for Davie residents - where they completed a follow up survey before their blood was drawn. The needle was much Spring Cleaning? D o n ’t F o r g e t Yo u r D ir t y A ir D u c t s ! Eliminate dirty air, pollen, mold & dust circulating ■ in your home. CALL FOR OUR SPRIN G SPECIALS! Before chattim Aftcr cleaning Locally Owned & Operated by Susan Holland Since 1994 u a lity A if x V J I l . i lD u ct C l e a n i n g RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Mocksville, NC ( 3 3 6 ) 9 7 8 - 8 4 0 5 s w w w .q u alily a ird u ct.n et • NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH OTHER COM PANIES OFFERING ONLINE GROUPONSi sm aller than those used for donating blood. Brewer said, and she was in and out of the church in 30 minutes. Participanis in the study were also asked to sign an agreement to fill out follow up surveys every two years. wDoiiig research like this is so easy/' Brewer said, “why wouldn’t I want to help?” This is Brewer’s lirst year on the relay committee. She has been a member of relay teams since the first event was held, first for Davie County Hospital and then the Davie County Health Department. Though she has not had many family members with . cancer diagnoses. Brewer said she met a lot rfcancer patients when she worked at the hospi­ tal’s C l lab, which did screen- ings for colon cancer “You can’t hardly walk around Mocksville and not know cancer patients any­ more,” she said. 'lIfyou don’t think that’s true, go to Relay for Life and watch the Sur­ vivors Walk. The first year, I was just in tears. I had no idea that many people had cancer.” The cancer prevention study is one example of Re­ lay For Life dollars at work. Thanks to volunteers like Brewer, researchers will be able to find what does and does not cause cancer. She will be followed for 20 -30 AUCTION Wednesday, May 22,2013 • 10 AM P erso n al p ro p e rty o f H.L. (H arry)W rights (Mng)175 Pilot RidgeDrKre,Lewisvi«e,NC AflKCTNMtfr from VKaam Sakm, Utt 4itH u Hffiiwu Bi m 244) him Hjhi 2/W nit turn kfl on AofloiffonfM Co onPiMAtytMt S&mrigbtttfflPfotMqtDint. 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Saturday; Jnnicc Schm itz of Mocks* ville, who is also in her first year on the relay committee, said it was the 2009 melanoma diagnosis of her daughter, Brandy, and the breast cancer diagnosis of the mother of a dear friend that led her to par­ ticipate in the CPS-3 study. “It just seems like every time y.ou turn around, there’s more and more people with cancer," she said. “I figured I had to do something because sooner or later, it's going to affect m e and not only my children but grandchildren.” Schmitz said 33-year-old Brandy, who lives in New York, underwent surgery, for melanoma in February o f 2010 □nd continues to go back for ' regular checkups. After undergoing a mas­ tectomy last year, her friend’s mother has since suffered a recurrence. Since moving to Davie County from upstate New York in 2008, Schm itzjoined the “M ixed Nuts" Relay for life Team from Comatzer United Methodist Church four years ago- Participating in the CPS-3 study was easy and reward­ ing, she said. “For less than two hours time, I was able to be part of a very big picture... M aybe we can find a cure so that our children and grand­ children and great-grandchil- dren don't have to go through this." “THE CAR WAS TOTALED, BUT NATIONWIDE FORGAVE US.” ACCIDENTS HAPPEN, That's why Nationwide Insurance offers Accident Forgiveness, which means your rates won't go up because of an accident. It's like getting a second chance. To get Accident Forgiveness, call us today. Keith Hiller 1109 Yadldiiville Rd.Willow Oaks Shopping Center Mocksville 336-75V 6131 N atio nw id e* Insurance __ PQ-WM DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORDjThursdayt May \6t 2013-5 DistrictCourt The following cases were disposed of during Davie Dis­ trict C ourt, Presiding: Judge Carlton Terry. Prosecuting: Kar­ en Bicmacki and John Bandle, assistant DAs. - Jeffrey L. Bollinger, simple affray, injury to personal prop­ erty, dismissed in the interest ofjustice. • Rhonda Cam pbell, DW It sentenced to six m onths, sus­ pended 18 m onths, 72 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle until'licensed, $300, cost, $280 attorney fee; possession of open container/consuming alcohol in passenger area, license not in possession, dismissed per plea. - OmarNeri Carvajal,assault on a fem ale, com m unicating threats, dismissed per plea; as­ sault on a female, sentenced to time served, cost, $197.50 attor­ ney fee; assault on a child under age 12, sentenced to time served. - Bridgette N. Evans, driv­ ing after consuming under age 21, dismissed per plea; DW I, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse as­ sessm ent/follow treatm ent, $100, cost, $100 DWI fee. - Larry Todd F rye, viola­ tion of unsupervised probation, probation continued, clerical error, no violation should have been filed. - Michael Ray Harold, fail­ ure to wear seat belt, expired registration, expired/no inspec­ tion,dismissed perplea; driving while license revoked, $150, cost. - Trevor James H arris, no operator’s liccnse, $50, cost; DW It sentenced to 120 days, suspended 12 m onths,48 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle until Ucensed.obtain substance abuse assessm ent/treatm ent, $200, cost. - Shchon Jam es H ellard, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipm ent fee, $200 failure to appear fee; no license, dismissed, corrected. - Tristian Ameil Hood, mis­ demeanor probation violation, probation revoked, sentenced to 45 days, credit for three days, cost, $115 attorney fee. - Crystal Dawn Home, DWI, open container after consuming alcohol first, failure to comply with license restrictions, misde­ meanor child abuse, found not guilty; failure to wear seat belt, $25.50, cost; failure to maintain lane control, $25, cost, $555 at­ torney fee. • David Christopher Horton, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $25,cost. • K im berly A nn Howard, speeding 74 in a 55, dismissed per plea; driving while license revoked, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 12months,$50,cost, $170 attorney fee. - C harles Brandon Jones, expired registration, expired/no inspection, dismissed, conected. - Jerry W ayne M akas Jr., failure to wear seat belt, $25.50, cost. • Kelly Tedder Owens, pos­ session o f open container/con- sum ing alcohol, center lane violation, dismissed per plea; driving while license revoked, sentenced to 120 days, suspend­ ed 18 m onths,$250,cost; DW I, sentenced to six m onths, sus­ pended 18 months, six months alcohol m onitoring, 72 hours community service, surrender license, not operate Vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treat­ ment, $300, cost, $335 attorney fee; D W I, sentenced to two years, suspended 18 m onths, 30 days active, surrender li­ cense, not operate, vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treat­ m ent, $500, cost, $100 DWI fee; driving w hile license re­ voked, sentenced to 120 days, suspended 18 m onths, $300. Appealed. -Sean Thom as Powers, as­ sault on a female, show cause issued because he violated re­ lease order to have no contact with victim. - Charity Toney Prater, fel­ ony probation violation out of county, probation revoked, sentenced to four to five months, credit for 10 days, cost; felony probation violation out of coun­ ty, probation revoked, sentenced to four to five months at expira­ tion of previous sentence, cost. Appealed. • R ogelio S. Santivanez, unsafe passing yellow line, re­ duced to improper equipment, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Houston W arren Sm ith, driving after consuming under age 21, reckless driving to endanger, dismissed per plea; D W I, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treat­ ment, $100, cost, $100 DWI fee. - Nathaniel C. Spaugh, pos­ session of drug paraphernalia, sentenced to45 days,suspended 12 months, 40 hours community service, obtain substance abuse assessm ent/treatm ent, cost, $200 lab fee, $252JO attorney fee; m isdem eanor probation violation, probation continued. • Dillon Eli Spears, speed­ ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipm ent, $25, cost, $50 improper equipm ent fee; driving while license revoked, dismissed, corrected. - Hmily Elizabeth Thomas, specding'86 in a 70, dismissed per plea; driving/allowing ve­ hicle to be driven with no reg­ istration, driving while license revoked, dismissed, conected. - Tara Nichole Weaver, driv­ ing while license revoked, sen­ tenced to 45 days, suspended 12 months, $50, cost, $20 install fee; expired registration, dis­ missed per plea. • Jessica B rooke W ebb, speeding 88 in a 70, reckless driving to endanger, dismissed per plea; DW I, sentenced to 60 days, suspended (2 months, 24 hours com m unity service, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed,credit for substance abuse assessm ent/ follow treatm ent, S100, cost, $100 DWI fee, Iimiteii driving privilege/$l00 fee. Failure to A ppear - Karen Tyndall Boyer, DW I, open container after consuming alcohol. * D aniel Skye Johnston, speeding 85 in a 70. - Austin Riley Veroer, speed­ ing 102 in a 70. A d m i n i s t r a t i v e C o u r t Meth Found; 2 Face Charges Maybe they should have filled the gas tank before com­ mitting a crime. Mocksville Police officers responding to a call last week improper equipment, $25, cost, istration, dismissed, corrected! The follosving cases w ere disposed of during Davie Ad­ ministrative Court. Presiding: Judge Wayne L. Michael. Pros­ ecuting: Burt Conley, assistant DA. - Alexander V. A bbott, ex­ pired registration, expired/no inspection, dismissed, corrected. - Zachary Scott Adam son, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - C ynthia B arker Bundy, expired registration,expired/no inspection, dismissed, corrected. - Harry A. Burch, failure to secure passenger under age 16, dismissed, corrected. - Dauuy Eugene Burton, ex­ pired/no inspection, expired reg- were caught as they were filling . their vehicle with gas - across the street from where the al­ leged crime had occurred. The call came in from Food $50 improper equipment fee. • Jenny Ann Adkins, speed­ ing 60 in a 45, reduced to 54 in a 45, $15,cost. -Timothy R. Alexander, ficti- Lion on Valley Road that two tious/altered title/registration, men had left after attempting to operating vehicle with no insur- cash a fake payroll check. A de- ance, driving/allowing vehicle scription of the suspects as well as their vehicle was given. When OfflcerRueben Ijames arrived, he was told the vehicle was across the road at Circle K at the gas pumps. to be driven with no registration, delivery/acceptance of blank/ open title, dismissed, corrected. • C arlos M iguel C arrillo, speeding 80 in a 6 5 ,reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 im proper equipment fee. - Christine P. Carter, speed­ ing 80 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipm ent, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Kelley EIise Ceara, speed­ ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipm ent, $25, cost. • Alejandro D . Bahena, fieri- $50 im proper equipment fee. R onald Anthony Clarke, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • C linton A . Cockerham , failure to wear seat belt, $25 JO 1 improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - G regory Wesley Dooley, canceled/revoked/suspended certificate/tag, operating vehicle with no insurance, dismissed, tious/altered title/registration, expired/no inspection, expired When approached, one o f registration, dism issed, cor- the two suspects ran. Both were reeted. apprehended soon after being . Christian M . Baker, speed- confronted. ing 67 in a 55, reduced to ira- David Nashadd W illiams, proper equipm ent, $25, cost, cost. 21, was charged with obtain- $50 improper equipment fee. - G arrett Scott Cookson, ing property by false pretense, . C hristopher B alam bno, speeding 69 in a 55, reduced to resisting an officer and traffick- speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to 64 in a 55, $15, cost, ing in methamphetamine. His improper equipment, $25, cost, -D ana Weldon Conell, fail- bond was set at $350,000. $50 improper equipment fee. ure to wear seat belt, $25 JO , Sei Curtis Bunadin, 20, was . Stephen James Baldwin, cost, charged with obtaining prop- failure to stop for stop sign/ • Jermaine D. Dalton,failure erty by false pretense and traf- flashing red light, reduced to to wear seat belt, $25.50, cost, ficking in methamphetamine. improper equipment, $25, cost, - -R obbynW hitneyD ingey, His bond was set at $250,000. $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to Both are from Charlotte and . David M . Barrueta, speed- are scheduled to face the charg- ing 89 in a 70, reduced to im- es at first appearance hearings proper equipment, $100, cost, today (Thursday) in Davie Dis- $50 improper equipment fee. trictCourt. - Austin C . Bearden, expired Officers confiscated nearly registration, expired/no inspec- 40 grams of crystal m eth.sy- tion, operating vehicle with no corrected. - ringes and more false pay- insurance, driving/allow ing - C h ristin a S . D ow less, checks. vehicle to be driven with no teg- speeding 67 in a 55 ,reduced to istration, dismissed, corrected, improper equipment, $25, cost, - Bvaristo R. Benavides, no $50 improper equipment fee. license, reduced to failure to - Steven Tyrone Dutin, can- notify DMV o f address change, celed/revoked/suspended certifi- $50, cost. cate/tag, dismissed, corrected. - Jennifer B eam B errier, . - Jam es A lbert Evans Jr., failure to wear seat belt, $25.50, failure to wear seat belt, $25 JO, cost. cost. ......................... - Brittan M . Billups, expired -JohnnyAlIenEvans,failure ing* from a house led to the ar- registration, operating vehicle to wear seat belt, dismissed per rest of a Winston-Salem man with no insurance, dismissed, plea, on May 6. corrected. A utility worker had called - AngelaA. Blackwell, oper- Mocksville police to notify ating vehicle with no insurance, them of the smell of marijuana dismissed, corrected.' coming from a Williams Street - Cindy I. Blanco, improper residence, and Officer ,Robin backing,dismissed,civil matter. Robbins confirmed that smell - John Scott Boger, expired when she arrived. registration, expired/no inspec­ tion, dismissed, corrected. • Darren Keith Bowers, ex- Pot Smell Leads To Arrest The smell o f marijuana com- Carlos Garcia Lowery, 29, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, misde­ meanor possession of mari­ juana, possession of a firearm by a felon and felony posses- - M ichael Foster, speeding 91 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $25, cost. • Charles F. Fraft1 speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 im­ proper equipment fee. • M ateo Hernandez Gamez, no license, reduced to failure to notify DM V of address change, •William Allen Greiner, ficti­ tious/altered title/registration, dismissed, corrected. - Leslie Ann Gunter, speed­ ing 80 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipm ent, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • A m anda Leigh G upton, expired registration, expired/no inspection, dismissed, corrected. • Frederick B. Haller, speed­ ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipm ent, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Jacqueline J. Halsey, speed­ ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipm ent, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • M artha M athis Harding, failure to yield left turn, dis- missed, civil. • - - Andrew Davis Harris, fail­ ure to wear seat belt, $25 JO , cost. - Patrick Noel Harris, speed­ ing 83 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipm ent,' $25, cost. $50 improper equipment fee. - Colby Ryan Hem pstead, speeding 73 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $ 100, cost, $50 im proper equipm ent fee; speeding 47 in a 35, dismissed per plea. • David Allen Hendrix Jr., speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - C. M elIado-H em andez, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Kerry Gene Hutchins, oper­ ating vehicle with no insurance, fictitious/altered title/registra­ tion,dism issed, corrected. -Jim m ie Lee Jackson, speed­ ing 65 In a 45, reduced to 54 in a 45, $50, cost; no license, dismissed, corrected. - K athleen Rose Jackson, operating vehicle with no in­ surance, canceled/revoked/ suspended certificate/tag, dis­ missed, conected. • N icholas A . Jo h n so n , speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Shannon M ark Johnson, reckless driving to endanger, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equip­ ment fee, $20 install fee. - Craig Alan Johnston, speed­ ing 64 in a 45, reduced to 54 in a 45, $25, cost. • Cedric Herman Jones Jr., no license, reduced to failure to - M ichael Jason L anier, speeding 67 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Gaiy David Lashmit, failure to wear seat belt, $25 JO , cost. - Daniel V. Lopez, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $50, cost. - M aria D eSanta L opez, failure to maintain lane control, dismissed, civil. - Ninette H. Marsocci, speed­ ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipm ent, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Jose C astillo M artinez, speeding 58 in a 35, reduced to 44 in a 35, $100, cost; no license; dismissed per p\ea. - Kendall Lee M edlin, speed­ ing 68 in a 55, reduced to im­ proper equipm ent, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Kelly Mellonas, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 im­ proper equipment fee. • Adham Mouhamad M erhi, failure to wear seat belt, $25 JO, cost. - Jam es M ichael M iller, speeding 84 in a 70, dismissed in the interest ofjustice. • K yle A nthony M onaco, exceeding safe speed, driving w hile license revoked, dis­ missed, corrected. - Brehesner Montoya, speed­ ing 62 in a 45, reduced to im­ proper equipm ent, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Roger Eugene Moiris, fail­ ure to wear seat belt, $25.50, cost. ■ - Evgeniya A. M oussaeva, ■ speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment.fee. - Larry Isaac M yers, ficti­ tious/altered title/registration, expired registration, expired/no inspection,dismissed,corrected. - Justin Scott New, speeding 91 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $100, cost. - Jose Anamelis Nova, no operator's license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $100, cost. • Marie Mathew Olive, reck­ less driving to endanger, re­ duced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equip­ ment fee. • Debra Hoffm an O rders, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. notify DMV o f address change, $50 improper equipment fee. $50,cost, $20 install fee; failure to' bum headlamps, dismissed, corrected. - R am ona Lynn K oplan, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to pired registration, expired/no' $25,cost; window tinting viola- inspection,dismissed, corrected. - tion, dismissed per plea. - Jerry W ayne B ow m an, -John Paul Greene, speeding ____ ^ operating vehicle with no insur- 67 in a 55, reduced to improper sion of crack cocaine. He was ,ance, driving/allowing vehicle equipment, $25, cost, $50 im- im properequipm ent,$25,cost, taken into custody in lieu of a * to be driven with no registrar proper equipment fee. $50 .improper equipment fee. $15 000 bond pending a May tion, expired/no inspection, dis- -D u s tin L a n e G re g o ry , - Andrew Shane Lanier, fail- 16 appearance in Davie District missed, corrected. speeding 74 in a 55, reduced to Court.. - C aitlynn M , B rug n o li, 6 4 in a5 5 ,c o st. • urc to w ear seat belt, $25 JO , cost. - R ichard Eugene Payne, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25,cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Nicholas M. Perdue, failure to stop for steady red light, re­ duced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equip­ ment fee. • Felipe Ocam po Pereyra, no operator’s license, $50, cost. - Sergio Perez, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipm ent fee; license not in possession, dismissed per plea. - Michelle C. Perrell, expired registration, expired/no inspec­ tion, dismissed, corrected. - G arry S tevens Pirk Jr., speeding 73 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment»$l00,cost, $50 im proper equipm ent fee; failure to secure passenger under age 16,dismissed per plea. - Carolyn Rachel Plott1 fol­ lowing too closely, reduced to improper equipment, $25; fail­ ure to notify DMV of address change, dismissed per plea. -TVVerTteroain Poag.faUute to wear seat belt', $25 JO , cost. - Javier R . Policarpo, no license, reduced to failure to notify DM V o f address change, $25, cost. • A ndrew -H ayden Poston, canceled/revoked/suspended certificate/tag, dism issed, cor­ rected. - Candice Wood Pratt, ex­ pired registration, expired/no inspection, dismissed, corrected. • Jennifer Renee Ram say, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Shaw n Z ak R obinson, speeding 65 in a 45, teduced to 54 in a 45, $50, cost. - Michael Glen Rorie, speed­ ing 86 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $25, cost. - R ebecca I. R osensteel, driving while license revoked, expired registration, dismissed, corrected. • Kayla R hianna Skinner, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • D. Bryan Swann, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $50, cost; no license, dismissed per plea. . -Eva Michelle Sweat, no mo­ torcycle endorsement, dismissed per plea; im proper passing on right, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 im­ proper equipment fee. • Ian Zakariah Sweat, no li­ cense, fictitious/altered title/reg­ istration, dismissed, corrected. - Michael Todd Talben, ex­ pired registration, dism issed, corrected. • U rsula M . T hom pson, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, S25, cost, $50 im proper equipm ent fee; expired registration, dismissed, corrected. » - O . Carrizal-Torres, no Ii- . cense, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $100,cost. Please Sec C ourt Page 9 6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 1«, 2013 Public Records Marriages The following were issued marriage licenses by the Davie Registerof Deeds. - Jerry Glen Sclph Jr., 26, and Laura Michelle Holler, 24, of Mocksville. - Matthew Dale Naylor, 34, and Deanna Marie Rodriguez, 32,ofCoolecm ee. - Tyier Ray Walker, 21, and Aericlle Kaye Freeman, 21, of Mocksville. - Jeffrey Todd Gordon, 47, and Kimberly Ann Johnson, 42, of Mocksville. • Ryan Douglas Kopke, 27, of OJdahoma, and Jordan Kelly Reavis, 23, o f Mocksville. - Nicholas Anderson Wil­ liams, 26, and Lyndsey Alyssa Garrett, 22, of Mocksville. - John Conrad Call, 25, and Stephanie Nicole Hinson, 23, of Winston-Salem. - Justin Tracy Black, 22, of Ronda, and Emily Brooke Mc- Niel, 21, of Mocksville. - Omar David Alsweiti, 26, and Deepika Bhandnri, 26, of New York. - Juan Jose Arce Rodriguez, 25, and Xiomara Agudo Badil­ lo, 39, of Statesville. Civil Lawsuits The following civil lawsuits were filed with.the Davie Clerk . of Court. i - Mariah McDowell vs. Cheron Alexander, domestic violence protective order. - Mariah McDowell vs. Ash­ ley Coble, domestic violence protective order. • Randy Lee Sherrill,vs. Lisa Reavis Sherrill, divorce. - Barbara C. Ivester vs. Ron­ ald H. Whitlock and Capria B. Whitlock, money owed. - Springleaf Financial Ser­ vices vs. Theresia Ann Har­ din, collection on account, .$6306.28. - Vanderbilt Mortgage and Hnance vs. .Mark A . Smyers and Karen C. Smyers1 claim and delivery, possession of per­ sonal property. - Capital OneiBank NA vs. Michele L-Colpaert1 collection on account, $279630. - Discover Bank vs. Wesley A. Kapp, collection on account, $1391.25. - Discover Bank vs. Kim­ berly P. Strickland, collection on account, $1309-37. - Davie Social Services vs. Kenneth A. Quiroz Hemandez, child support. - Portfolio Recovery A ssoci- ates vs. Kristine Karlek, collec­ tion on account,$5,681.73. • Stonewall Jackson .M e­ morial Hospital vs. Chester Lyons, collection on account, ' $10319.75. - American Express Cen­ turion Bank vs. Andrea Bin­ kley, collection on account, $4,46936. • Janie Marie Shore vs. Taquanda Kaye Reynolds, mo­ tor vehicle negligence. • Capital One Bank NA vs. Pamela S. Wente, collection on account, $2392.24. - Capital One Bank NA vs. Pamela S. W ente, collection on account, $4,135.17. . - Portfolio Recovery Associ­ ates vs. Sherry Newell, collec­ tion on account, $1,029.26. - Portfolio Recovery Asso­ ciates vs. Nancy Merideth, col­ lection on account, $3,482.67. - Amanda Nicole M attin vs. John Ross Bailey, custody. - William Carman Stewart vs. Tabatha Angel Odle1 di­ vorce. • Bank of North Carolina vs. MaTquis Building, Gordon K. Whitley, Donna D. Whitley, money owed. - Portfolio Recovery Associ­ ates vs. Frances Carter, collec­ tion on account, $2,181 34. Sheriff’s Department The following incidents were reported to the Davie Couhty Sheriff's Department. • On April 25 money was reported stolen at a location on No Creek Road, Mocksville. - A domestic violence protec­ tive order violation was reported at a home on Hillcrest Drive, Advance on April 28. - On M ay 2 forgery was reported at a bank on Peachtree Lane, Advance. • Larceny was reported at a hom e on Nolly Road, M ocks­ ville on May 2. - On May 2 property damage was reported at a home on Hob­ son Drive, Mocksville. - An assault on a female was reported at a location on Com- tazer RoadlAdvance on M ay 2. - On M ay 3 larceny was reported at a home on NC 80! North, Advance. - A break-in and larceny were reported at a location on Mr. Henry Road, M ocksville. on M ay 3. - On M ay 3 larceny was reported at a home on-Liberty i Church Road; Mocksville. - - A break-in and property damage were reported at a home on Redland Road, Advance on M ay 3. - On M ay 4 Ihrceny was re­ ported at a home on Manhattan Lane, Advaricef.^ hSsL1' S'*j j y - Property-damage was re­ ported at a home on Riverbend Drive, Advance on M ay 5. • On May 5 harassing phone: calls were reported at a home on Briar Creek Road, Advance. - Ah assault was reported at a home on Claude Ratledge Road, Mocksville on M ay 6. - On M ay 6 the larceny of an autom obile w as reported at a hom e on R ichie R oad, Mocksville. - Larceny was reported at a church on US 601 South, M ocksville on M ay 6. - On May 6 larceny was re­ ported at a home on US 64 West, Mocksville. - Larceny and fraud were reported at a home on Leslie Court, Advance on May 6. • On May 6 tlireats were re­ ported at a home on Briar Creek Road, Advance. - Larceny was reported at a home on Sain Road, Mocksville on May 7. - On May 7 larceny was re­ ported at a home on Riverdale Road, Mocksville. - Harassing phone calls were reported at a hom e on B riar CreekRoad1Advanceon May 7. ■ - On May 8 trespassing was reported at a home on US 158, Advance. - Larceny was reported at a location on KingsmiU Drive', 'Advance on May 9. Arrests The Davie County Sheriff's Department made the following arrests: \ - Falecia Mone Shedrick,25, of NC 801 North1Advonce was arrested May 2 for failure to ap­ pear. Trial date: M ay 30. - Kenneth Lee Head, 47, o f Powell Road, Mocksville was arrested May 8 for larceny. Trial date: May 30. - Matthew Brice Wilson, 38, of NC 801 North, Mocksville was arrested M ay 9 for simple affray.Trial date: June 27. -DonaldRay McCracken,25, of Riddle Circle, Advance was arrested May 9 for simple affray and stalking. Trial date: June 27. - Edward Joseph Fix, 21, of W inston-Salem was arrested May 9 for exploitation of a minor. Trial date: M ay 16. - Woodrow. Stanpbury Wil­ liams, 46, of Briar Creek Road, Advance was. arrested May 9 for harassing phone calls. Trial date: June 13. Jessica Nicole Beck, 28, Midway Street, Cooteemee was of Be«>«aa Lane, Mocksville ntTested May 2 for failure to ap- was arresled Ma7 9 for falluro pear. Trial date: May 30. • Mitchell Junior Mayfield, 40, of Duke Street. Cooleemee was arrested May 2 for posses­ sion with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, sell/deliver of cocaine, possession with intent to sell/ deliver marijuana, sell/deliver marijuana,.possession of drug paraphernalia, and maintaining a vehicle/dwel ling for controlled substance. Trial date: M ay 15 in Stokes CounQr.' - Bryan Daniel Edwards, 18, of Wall Street, M ocksville was arrested May 3 for failure to ap­ pear. Trial date: June 6. . - Annie Marie Snyder, 16, of Bear Creek Church Road, Mocksville was arrested May 3 for assault.-Trial date: June 13.. -Angela Dawn Lo wery,32,of E. Lexington Road, Mocksville to appear. Trial dale: May 31 in Guilford County. Jennifer Chunn Oakley, 41, of US 601 South,Mocksville was arrested May 10 for failure to appear.Trial date: June7. - Darren Len Johnson, 27, of Legion Hut Road, Mocksville was arrested May 10 for failure to appear. Trial date: June IO in Iredell County. • Teddy William Johnson Jr., 27, of Sain Road, Mocksville was arrested May 10 for failure to appear. Trial date: July 3 in Yadkin County. - Diane Lynn Welch, 33, of Hinkle Drive, Mocksville was arrested May 11 for larceny.Trial date: July 11. Land Transfers The following land transfers were tiled with the Davie Reg- wos arrested May 3 for failure to ister o f Deeds, listed by parties appearand May 9 for probation involved, acreage, township, violationandchildsupport.Trial and deed stamps purchased dates: June 6 in Davie and June with $2 representing SI ,000. 4 in Iredell. - Lawrence Stephen Mon- - - Jonathan William’Bolmer, .da to Adam.Todd Ward, I lot, 41, of N . Pino Road, Mocksville $292. was arrested M ay 3 for worth­ less check. Trial date: June 4 in Cabamis County. ' - Jerry Lee Overby, 56, of W inston-Salem was arrested M ay 4 for failure to appear. Trial ,datwJuiietjS. - Donald G . Allen Jr. to Jo­ seph Legrande M cKenzie, 131 acres, Farmington, $28. - Carolyn Theori Pearson to Timothy Dalton, 3 6 ncre. - Tirustee ServtMs o f Caro- fc.lina to Federal Home Loan —Chnslopher W ayneC asjiatt/M ortgage Corp., .69 acre, Jer 33, of Lexington was arrested rusalem. May 4 for driving with license revoked.Trial date: June 13. r Amanda Nicole Lilly Sim­ m ons, 31, o f Patricia Way, Mocksville was arrested May 6 for DW l. Trial date: July 5. - Lisa Jacobs Benson, 46, of Dog Trot Road, Mocksville was arrested M ay 6 for failure to appear. Trial date: May 30 in Rowan County. - Nicole Denise Lawing, 27, of E. Lexington Road, Mocks­ ville was arrested May 6 for - Paul Fredrick Boger Jr. to Paul Fredrick Sr., 2 tracts, Je­ rusalem. - Judy C. Mitchell and Jack L. Mitchell to Heather B. Strickland and Christopher Bruce. Strickland, I lot, Cala- haln,$120. - Rodney Thompson Beck- om and Marlee Wilson Beckom to John M . Rollins and Susan L. Rollins, I lot, Farmington, $360. -Jennifer Lynn Bell to Jason failuretoappeor.Trialdate:June William Register and Lindsay 13 m Davidson County. - Piper Brittany Diaz, 22, of Booncville was arrested May 7 for possession of marijuana and possession of drug parapherna­ lia. Trial date: May 30. - Gordon Gabriel Howard,53, of Winston-Salem was arrested May 7 for driving with license revoked. Trial date: June 7. Beth Register, 2 tracts, Shady Grove, $192. , - Subslirate Trustee Services to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, I lot. - Mary Frances HeIlard to Chris Allen Callison and Lori Cartner Callison, 3.43 acres, Calahaln. - Mary Frances Hellard to - Tristan Ameil Hood, 19, of William A . Brown and Kay W. Pineville Road, Mocksville was Brown, 2.69 acres. ^GaIIiher Farm uc M o c k s v ille , N C Z013 CSA Shares’StiIIrAvaiIabIe IocaIIyGrown Certified Organic Fruits a Vegetaliies S e rv ic e s O ffe re d : •C S A • P ic k Y o u r O w n • D e liv e iy & • F a rm P ic k -u p Pasture Raised Hormone Free Beef, Pork & Chicken '183 Garwood Road . Mo<ksvi!le, NC 27028 . oalliherfarnmvadiel.net 3 3 6-940-6184 arrested May 7 for failure to ap­ pear. Trial dale: M ay 30. - Kendy Raye Peterson, 36, ofLiberty Road,Mocksville was arrested May 7 for assault. Trial date: June 6. - Jeremy Dean West, 19, of Casabella Drive, Advance was - Trustee Services o f Caro­ lines to JPMorgan Chase Bank N A , I lot, Mocksville, $196. - Fannie Mae to John W. Be- tus and Wayne T. Cheney, 1.12 acres. • - Secretaiy of Housing and Urban Development to Jordan arrested May 7 for failure to Jeffrey Cline and Jennifer Dae appear. Trial date: July 11. Cline, 2 5 acre. •ElizabethH eidiG ale,30,of - Jacqueline C. Snow and i f I am the face of Parkway Ford Lincoln helping you- make the best car-ouying decision possible! A S K f o r G A IL P A W U K 2 1 0 4 P e i e r s C r e e k P a rk w h y W in s to n -S a le m , N C 2 7 1 2 7 3 36-7 2 4 -5 9 2 1 P A R K W A Y ^ F O R D L I N C O L N '<I Stephen Craig Snow, Dianne C. Smith and Thomas Wayne Smith, and Tony Alexander Cartner and Ann Foster Con­ ner to Stephen Craig Snow and Jacqueline Cartncr Snow, 7.55 acres. - Tracy Veach O’Neal to Tracy Lynette Veach, 1.15 acres. - Grody I. Ingle, substitute' trustee ter JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, 3 acres, $154. - Bobby Douglas Owen and Lindsay McGrow Owen to Chad Boger and Brett Boger, I lot, $456. - Terry Lee Woody to Lan- essa McCloud, I lot, Farming­ ton, $234. • - Federal National Mortgage Assoc, to Corey T. Mitchell and Leah H. Mitchell, I lot. - Matthew H. Craven and Nola S. Craven to Wells Fntgo Bank, 2 lots, Mocksville, $162. - Mark Robert Gallimore to Crate D. Hall Jr. and Loretta Lynn Hall, I lot; Shady Grove, $297. - James H.-Snin and Chris­ tine. S. Sain and LuAnn S. Jordan and Donald F. Jordan to Bceding and Caudle, 1.04 acres, Mocksville, $77. - Glenna C. Lagle to Bai­ ley Elizabeth Marrs, 2.5 lots, Mocksville, $202. - Howell W. Woltz to The Yadkin Point Trust, 2 tracts. • Thomas M . W heeler and Linda K. Wheeler to Bank of America, I lot, Mocksville, $564. - Bank of America to Secre­ tary of Veterans Affairs, I lot, Mocksville. - Trustee Services of Caro­ lina to Federal National M ort­ gage Assoc., .8 acre, Jerusalem. - Toni Spillman Potts to Deborah A. Spillman, .68 acre, Jerusalem, $30. - D.R. Horton Inc. to Mark' E. Grohnian and Kristie C. Grohman1 I lot, Farmington, $665. - Bill H. Hayes to Matthew Dean Stanley, I lot, Mocks- ville,$125.u - Jerry F.V, Swicegood' and' Judy G. Swicegood to North Meadows Properties, I lot,Ful­ ton, $127. - Michael S. McDougall and Kristi A. McDougaIl to Da­ vid M. DezanTand Annette S. Dezam, I lot, $424. - Christopher Thad Robi­ son and Leslie Tam Robison to Jcramie W. Seamon and Megan K. Scamon, I lot, Clarksville, $327. - Brandi T. Stephens and John H. Stephens to Tara Lor­ raine Wagner, I lot, $286. - Terry M. Davis and as executor of estate of Gladys D. Davis, and.Sandra Davis, Linda Davis Edwards and Dale Edwards, Dale Ray Davis and Joyce Davis, Cindy Lou Davis and Muhammad Mubarak and Randy Alan Dnvis and Cindy Davis to Bobby Glenn Davis and Pamela J. Davis, 2 lots, Mocksville, $100. - Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to William F. Billenstein and Nancy M. Billenstein, I tract, Mocksville. - Jeffrey W. Battles and Di­ ane Battles to Timothy R. Lau- er and Ashley H. Lauer, I lot, Farmington, $504. - Jeff D. Rogers, substitute trustee to Branch Banking and Trust, I tract, $110. - Christopher V. Cagle and Andrea L. Cagle to Steven Coga and CarIyn Cogar, 10.5 acres, Farmington, $736. - Ervin A. Godwin to Ervin A. Godwin and Vickie Lynn Miller Ferguson, I lot, Mocks­ ville. - Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Mat­ thew Scott Allen, 1.06 acres.. - Carrie J. Graves and Mi- •chale C. Graves to Susan P. Holland, I lot, $338. - Loy Garza and Kay Garza to Koy Garza, 2.45 acres. Mocksville Police The following are from Mocksville Police Department reports. - The larceny of paper signs from a residence on Wilkesboro Street was reported May 10. -T he larceny of a trailer and- equipment on Ridgevicw Drive was reported May 12. T The larceny of copper from a site off Chaffin Drive was re­ ported May 3. • An assault was reported May 7 at Autumn Care of Mocksville. One resident had threatened another and hit him with a cloth bib. Arrests - Travis Bandon Powers, 20, of Mr. Henry Road, was charged May 8 with possession of marijuana. Trial date: June 13. - Kaycce Nichole Booie,22, of Milling Road, was charged M ay 6 with concealment. Triol date: June 6. • Kaley Megan Keaton, 21, of County Home Road, was charged May 6 with conceal­ ment. Trial date: June 6. TVaffic Accidents • An Advance woman was cited for failing to stop at a red light after a wreck on Valley Road ai 10:38 p.m. May 11. Helen Virginia Monaco, 52, failed to stop the 2006 Toyota she was driving at the light and it struck a 2009 Toyota driven Michael Craig Mock, 47, of East Lake Drive, reported Of­ ficer Joey Reynolds. - No charges were filed after n wreck on US 64 West at 4:40 p.m. May 10. . Christopher Evan Knight, 25, of Alien Road, failed to stop the. 1997 Jeep he was driv­ ing before it struck the rear of a 2011 Ford driven by Matthew Henry Greer, 30, of Statesville, reported Officer Ronald E. Armstrong. - A Winston-Salem man was charged with hit and run after a wreck on Duke Street at 12:45 p.m. May 7. Charles Vemon Ward, 57, was driving a 2006 Volvo truck struck a utility pole while the driver was'attempting to make a right turn, reported Officer Nelson Rhodes. No charges were filed after a wreck on Park Avenue at 7:55 a.m. May 7. Robert David Rutherford, 45, of County Home Road, was making a left turn from North Main Street in a 2001 Dodge track when it struck a 2001 Toyota at the stop sign, driven by Debbie Vestal Spillman, 56, of Lakewood Drive, - A -Mocksville man was cited for DWI after a wreck on Campbell Road at 8:32 p.m. May 6. James Michael Lewis, 57, of Morse Street, was driving a 2001 Chevrolet went off the road to the right into a ditch. The driver left the scene and returned and said he was trying to avoid a deer, reported Officer S.M. Greene. * Cooleemec Police The following are from Cooleemee Police Department reports. - A domestic dispute was reported May 8 at a home on Duke Street, - An underage person at­ tempted to purchase tobacco products from a store on NC 801, it was reported May 6. - The larceny o f a 12- by 12-foot chain link dog lot from property on Cross Street was reported May 6. - A woman was cited after a dog bit a police officer who was responding to a call of a dog trying to bite people on Center Street. Sharon Gayle Burge, 61, of Center Street, was cited for allowing a dog to run at large. Animal control was called to pick up the dog. CpL Brent Cranford reported that the dog bit his hand, but didn't break the skin. When the dog came at him again, he hit it with pepper . spray. Burge then got the dog under control, his report said. - Barking dogs were creat­ ing a disturbance, it was report­ ed April 25. - The larceny of a cast iron bathtub from a yard off Margin­ al Street was reported April 24. DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 • 7 Bill Could Turn School Buildings Over To Counties By Bcth Cassidy Enterprise Record A bill heard Wednesday morning in the Senate Educa­ tion Committee would transfer ownership of school buildings to local boards of commission. , Senate Bill 236 was origi­ nally a state bill but became a local bill Monday. Sen. Andrew Brock (R-Davie) requested Da­ vie County be included in the bill, as well as Iredell and Row­ an counties. That has Davie Superinten­ dent Dr. Darrin Hnrtness con­ cerned. “I had a conversation with Sen. Andrew Brock this after­ noon (Monday) and asked if he requested that Davie County be included," Hartness said in B u d g e t ... C ontinued From Page I years ago for use until the economy rebounds. A n d ev ety year, the state forces systems to send back a portion of funding. It’s projected this year, of the $35 million the system will receive from the state, $1.6 million, a discretionary reduction, will have to be sent back. “The majority of funding for public education in North Carolina comes from the state, and we need for the state to adjust priorities and restore ' education funding to previous Foundation Supports One New High School Tlte movement for one new ..Davie High has gained the sup­ port of the Davie Community Foundation. Established in 1988, the foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in grants and scholarships over the past 25 years, and has been involved in other projects supporting youth and education. Dr. Darrin Hartness, super­ intendent, shared a resolution at the school board meeting last week that the foundation had adopted: “ ... The Board of Direc­ tors of the Davie Community Foundation declare support for the decision of the Board of Education to invest in stu­ dents and build one new high school for Davie C ounty... Our board believes that investments in young people provide the - greatest returns to the commu-’ nity. We share the vision and affirm the desire of the board o f education to provide the best opportunities for all Da­ vie students. We look forward to a vote of the people In No­ vember 2013 and encourage all Davie residents to seriously consider this important invest­ ment in our young people and our community. We believe the responsibility for educating our children in a safe and proper environment falls upon all resi­ dents of Davie County." Jane Simpson is president of the foundation and Phil Fuller is chair of the board. Other members of the board are J. Chad Bomar, Patsy Crenshaw, Joel Edwards, Pat Newman, Christopher Owens, Gladys . Scott. Marlene Shamel, George Webb1Joan Woodard and Zach­ ary Wright. * a School Matters mass email. “Sen. Brock took responsibility for including Davie, Rowan, and Iredell counties. I respect­ fully asked that he remove Da­ vie County from the bill, but he indicated that he would not." On Facebook, a post by Ire- dell-Statcsville Schools shows school officials there are also not pleased. “Our school district regular­ ly invites our elected officials into our schools. Most have visited, in some capacity, at least once. However, NC Sen. Andrew Brock (Davie, Iredell, Rowan) has never accepted our invitation. We were notified earlier this afternoon that he is supporting Senate Bill 236, which would enable county commissioners to take over levels," said Hartness. “I am hopeful the state will reduce o u r' discretionary reduction next year. If they do, we have ridden the storm and we are in perfect position. If they don't, then next year at this time, we will be looking at some reductions in staff.” Hartness recommended to the board they use $800,000 of fund balance to help balance the budget. He also recommended a one percent salary increase for employees. “A much deserved salary increase for our staff would be extremely welcomed, and we will adjust this budget should a higher increase be adopted by the legislature," he said. RANDY MILLER & S0N S SEiniC TANK SERVICE Miller Road * MocksvlDe (336) 284-2826 • Ws Punp SepBc Tanks • inspector SkUSteerWotk Loeder ownership of school property and facilities. To our knowl­ edge, Sen. Brock has never publicly reached out to the Iredell County Commissioners for their input on this issue. He certainly has not reached out to the board o f education in either IredelI-StatesviIIe Schools or MooresvilIe Graded Schools. In fact, both boards o f educa­ tion have approved resolutions opposing this legislation." The bill would authorize counties to assume responsibil­ ity for construction, improve­ ment, ownership, and acquisi­ tion o f school property, duties that fall under the jurisdiction of boards of education. Eleven counties would be affected, Beaufort, Davie, Guilford, Har­ nett, Iredell, Lee, Rockingham, He presented county commissioners with a chart noting the increases - some large • that neighboring school systems are requesting from local boards of commissioners. ITtc level of federal funding is not yet known, but because schools receive funding based on poverty rankings, Davie receives much less federal funds than many other districts. School Board member Steve Ridenhour asked Hartness why no finance committee meeting was held to discuss the budget, and Hartness'told him it was because so few changes were, made. Paul Drechsler asked if the budget included the same Rowan, W ake, Wayne and Yad­ kin. W hen reached by telephone between meetings Tuesday morning, Brock said he sup­ ports the bill because it makes good sense financially. “The more assets a county has, the belter bond ratings they have, so when a county goes out for a bond, they can get a better interest rate. It’s the same as buying a house, you ore go­ ing to go wherever you can get a belter rate. This will let us be able to save money by being able to borrow at a lower rate. “It makes sense for the coun­ ty commissioners to be able to take care of the buildings the same way they do the jail and other county buildings." Brock said in .talking to amount o f teachers and staff, and Hartness said it did. Hartness told county commissioners that Gov. Pat M cCrory’s budget, if adopted, would drastically cut the number of teacher assistants funded by the state. “I don’t know if it’s a shell game or a political move to put something on the table that’s really ridiculous," he said. “Our progress can be traced to teacher assistants." He also bragged about the county’s education work force. “We’re ranked at the lop of the state academically. We’re successful. Things arc working. But our job is to get better... a place for students to !earn and people, he keeps hearing the schools are “falling apart" and being able to borrow money at a lowerrate means the commis­ sioners will be able to address needs at all the schools. He says the elementary and middle schools are not being taken care of. Hartness has stated the facil­ ities plan has idcntified.needs at all the schools, and those needs have been prioritized and are being addressed and will con­ tinue to be addressed. Brock stated boards of edu­ cation need to concern them­ selves with curriculum and let experts in the county, people who know and understand con­ struction and maintenance, deal with facilities. “It is unfair to the school people to work.” Enrollment is expected to stay fiat next year, and possibly beyond, depending on effects from economic development efforts. Percentages of state and local funds going to public education have drastically decreased, he said. “While ranked in the bottom in spending, our students rank near the top in performance in North Carolina,” Hartness told the county board. “Bottom line, the citizens o f our county are receiving an incredible return on investment for education expenses ... and public education is truly an investment.” board to expect them to manage multi-million dollar projects; Counties already have experts in place to do that," he said. Hartness’ position, “The people of Davie County elected a board of education to oversee schools and school facilities; and the board of education em­ ploys school administrators and an incredible maintenance staff to maintain and oversee our schools. W ho better to know and understand the facilities* needs than those directly in­ volved? This bill will add an­ other layer of bureaucracy." Brock said the bill is only an 'option, and that boards of com ­ mission may choose to exercise the option. He said he spoke with Iredell and they have indi­ cated to him they will not ex­ ercise the option; Rowan may, he said. Robert Wisecarver, chair of Davie commissioners, said, “At the present time, we have no intention to exercise the option. But I am in favor of the bill. - I’m not in favor of the county paying for school buildings and once they are paid for, turning ownership over to the school system. That’s not the proper way to do something. That would be like you buying a car and making all the payments and then signing the title over to me. You wouldn't do that, . would you?” If the bill passes Wednesday, it will go to the full Senate for a vote. If it passes there, it will move to the House. From there, if approved, it would require the signature of the governor to become law. A r e y o u a “ P e o p l e P e r s o n ” ? A r e y o u l o o k i n g f o r a w a y t o g i v e b a c k t o y o u r c o m m u n i t y ? C a n y o u e x p l a i n t h i n g s e a s i l y t o o t h e r p e o p l e ? Ifyou answered YES to these questions, SHIIP needs you! SHIlP counselors help educate Medicare beneficiaries about Medicare, Medicare supplements, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D prescription drug plans and other issues involving Medicare. If you would like to learn more about becoming a SHIiP volunteer, call or visit: D a v i e C o u n l y S e n i o r S e r v i c e s 278 Meroney Street Mocksville, NC 27028 336-753-6230 davie count ervices 8 -DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 sW M em bers of th e C arolina C lays targ et team win top honors a t th e sta te com petition. State Champions Carolina Clays Earn Top Honors in Target Shooting Ttia ^nrAlina Pinna Cninin aa » L.. -T*—. — TTOA n ...!.L i TTfTa-_ TT.. a rFL — O aaalt-. P4Iaam —mi. Third p lace JV Tyler N ichols sec o n d HOA fem ale, T aylor Brooks. The Carolina Clays Scho­ lastic Clay Target Team held off more than 22 top teams to clinch the 2013 North Carolina SCTP Sporting Clay Champi­ onship. With more than 14 stations and every presentation imagin­ able, the Rose Hill Sporting Clay Conference Center near Rocky Mount played host to the championship. Target presenta­ tions were set by Team USA representatives and proved to be the most challenging course to date. V arsity squad m em bers Adam Hall, Ben Campbell and Jared Pettet paced themselves ' as they spearheaded the chal­ lenging course with solid high scores that proved to be the highest to beat, clinching the first place overall title. D w ight H ilto n , H unter Brooks and Z ach F lem ing brought hom e second while teammates Jesse H endricks, Taylor Brooks (second HOA Female) with solid scoring Ty­ ler Nichols wrap up third place in the Junior Varsity division. Carolina Cloys "Crusher” Adam Hall took top honors in his division to ensure the team and squads strong finish. I' I S econ d p lace JV te am H unter B rooks, Z ach Flem ing and Dwight Hilton. C arolina C lays V arsity s ta te cham p io ns Ja re d P e tte t1 B en C am pbell a n d Z ach Hall. I The Carolina Clays squad of Ethan Isgett, Kadyn Evans and Thomas Layne won first in the Rookie Division (4th-7th grade). The ScholasUc Clay Target Program is the only exclusive shooting program in the United States that is supported by the Nation Shooting Sports Foun­ dation (NSSF)1 firearms and am m o m anufacturers. Each team m em ber is scholarship eligible and continues to build a cloy target shooting career. ' Head Coach Jeff Allen is no stranger to scholarships for team members. "Clay Target shooting is IO percentphysical and 90 percent mental,” Allen said. W ithpast scholarship s, Allen continues to remind each player the im­ portance of academics. Uni­ versities such as Lindenwood and Bethel & Perdue offer full scholarships to SCTPmembers and team s.; * C arolina Clays m em bers have set their goal on the 2013 NC SCTPTrap Shooting title. I/ ,!I: REBATES Q JL. Financingfor /O 54 months!* c • 52” D eck • 22 HP • 3 Year Warranty M o d e l C R Z p ic tu r e d O f f e r G o o c f 5 -1 6 - 1 3 O N L Y w w w . s h a r p e s l a w n . c o m 609 Mocksville Hwy., AHPES Statesville, NC 28625 L a w n E q u ip m e n t 7 0 4 - 8 7 2 - 1 1 3 5 & S e rv ic e , In c . w w w .sharpeslaw n.com N o t h i n g C u t s L i k e a “ S H A R P E ” M o w e r *UAC. S m OurMftr Iw wctracKy detail Ofagood 5-16-13 irvougt. S-20-13 onty Get Rid Of Mosquito Breeding Habitats By Phll R ucker . Extension Agent The warming temperatures and recent spate of heavy rains will lead to increased mosquito activity, if not already. Before people start planning a chemical assault on the biting menaces, they can put a reason­ able dent in populations simply by some simple tips to reduce mosquito breeding. Themostcommonmosquito pest is theAsiantigerm osquito which takes advantage of water- lilled objects as breeding sites. Now is a good time to correct problems before you start hear­ ing that familiar buzz of mos-. quitoes in your ear when you’re sitting outdoors in the evening: * Empty or (preferably) get rid of objects that collect water - old cans, tires, and trash cans missing lids. • Put fresh water in bird baths imd pet water bowls (both will be grateful for the new water). • The purpose of rain gutters is to collect rain water, not pine needles,leaves,andotherdebris. Remove debris from your gut­ ters and moke sure water runs freely. And make sure rainwater doesn’t just splash and pool at the end at downspout. Make sure it drains into the yard. * Drainage ditches ore not m eant to becom e m osquito swimming pools. Clear them of debris and vegetation so they don’t impound water and let it stagnate. • If you’re going to collect rainwater to save for watering gardens, make sure you have a screen over the top to keep out debris and mosquitoes that are hunting for a good playing to lay eggs. Pass along these suggestions to neighbors as well because mosquito control takes a com­ munity effort to truly succeed. Find these details and more inform ation about m osquito control at http://insectsjicus. ed11fUrbanfm05quito.htm, or call the NC Cooperative Exten­ sion, Davie County Center at 753-6100. Vaccines Can Protect Horses Mosquito season means it’: time for equine owners to talk to their veterinarians about protecting their animals from mosquito-borne diseases. West Nile virus and Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis are endemic across North Carolina and can cause illness or death, but they can be prevented with a sequence of two vaccines. In 2012, there were 20 con­ firmed cases of EEE and three cases of West Nile Virus, but state officials say they expect up to four unreported cases for each one confirmed, making the possible impact much larger. "N orth C arolina has an extended m osquito breeding period, so every horse owner should talk to their veterinar­ ian about how to protect their animal year-round," State Vet­ erinarian David Marshal] said. "In addition to getting animals vaccinated, everyone needs to be extra vigilant now to reduce the breeding grounds for mos­ quitoes. Thke the time to rid your yard and pasture of any standing water to reduce the risk.” The EEE and WNV vaccina­ tions initially require two shots, three to four weeks apart, for horses, mules and donkeys that have no prior vaccination his­ tory. Neither vaccination fully protects the animal until several weeks after the second shot, so W h f t n e e ' s N e w & U s e d V a r i e t y s t o r e 9 9 8 Y a d k in v ille R d ., M o ck sv ille (Across from Farm Bureau Imuraneej 1 LOOK FOR OUR SPECIAIS/h W aU S E D F U R H nU R E / NEW, CUSTOM MADE MAnRCSS SETS . STARTING AT $ 1 0 0 .0 0 j t M U C H ; M O I S ! ! HOURS: Mon. Noon-5:00pm;Tues. 1O-OOam-StfOpmiWed. Clojed; Thurj,Noon-6O0prr>; Fr!. I OiOtom-SiOOpm; Every Other Sac. -JOanvlJOpm 1336) 7 5 3 -1 3 8 8 it is best to vaccinate as early in the mosquito season as possible. Symptoms of EEE include impaired vision, aimless won­ dering, head pressing, circling, inability to swallow, irregular staggering gait, paralysis, con­ vulsions and death. Symptoms of WNV in horses con include loss of appetite and depression, fever, weak­ ness or paralysis of hind limbs, convulsions, impaired vision or hyperexcitability. People, horses and birds can become infected from a bite by a mosquito carrying the diseases, but there is no evidence that horses can transmit the virus to other horses, birds or people through direct contact.' Consult with a veterinarian to develop a vaccination plan and total health program to help pro­ tect horses from these diseases as well as other health issues. F A R M r a K H P O R K lGiiSTansiri: B I OffOGIS OMtr- OajVEFfAWMMU Jfj/Y * Cfndy Foster (3 3 6 ) 9 9 8 - 7 1 7 5 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16, 2013 - 9 Court... C ontinued From Page S - Seth Ooodnough Brock, notify DMV of address change, improper equipment, $50, cost, ing 86 in a 70, reduced to im- $50 improper equipment fee. - Loretta Louise Truman, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to $100, cost. $50 improper equipment fee. proper equipment, $50, cost, -Jennifer I. Simmons, speed- ' failure to wear seat belt, $2530, improper equipment, $25, cost, • Shaine Taylor Gould, - David M. Krekelberg. $50 improper equipment fee. ing 86 in a 70, reduced to im* cosL $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to - Branson D. Parnell, speed- proper equipment, $50, cos/, - Luls Bbrtilio Valerio, - Tommie Del Brodie, speed- improper equipment, $25, cost, improper equipment, cost, $50 ing 60 in a 45, reduced to im- $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 85 In a 70 j reduced ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im- $50 improper equipment fee. improper equipment fee. proper equipment, $25, cost, - Brandon R. Simpson, to improper equipment, $25, proper equipment, $25, cost, • Hazel Antonio Graham, ex- - Matthew Lee Langston, $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 60 in a 45, reduced to cost, $50 improper equipment $50 improper equipment fee. ceeding safe speed, dismissed, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to - Eva Lewis Payne, failure to improper equipment, $25, cost, fee; failure to secure passenger - Dalton Peter Brooks III, civil. improper equipment, $50, cost, yield left turn, dismissed, civil. $50 improper equipment fee. underage 16, dismissed, cor- speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to - Amber Marie Green, ex- $50 improper equipment fee. ) - Zachary Todd Payne, ex- - Devin KyIe Simpson, fail- . rected. improper equipment, $25, cost, ceeding safe speed, dismissed, • Stephen Lee Lawson, pired registration, expired/no ure to wear seat belt, $25 JO, , - Joan Walsh, speeding 84 $50 improper equipment fee. civil settlement. speeding 37 in a 25, reduced to inspection, dismissed, correct- cost; expired registration, ex­ in a 70, reduced to improper - William Howard Brooks, - Lois Marie Haas, speeding improper equipment, $25, cost, ed. pired/no inspection, dismissed, : equipment, $25, cost, $50 im- failure to reduce speed, dis- 69 in a 55, reduced to improper $50 improper equipment fee. - Brian Christopher PerceIl1 corrected, proper equipment fee. missed, civil settlement. equipment, $25, cost, $50 im- -Ayric J. Little, speeding 53 speeding 89 in*a 70, reduced to -B reannaK aySnow den.no - Nicholas Ray Weir, speed- -N guyenThiCaIagis, speed- proper equipment fee. in a 40, reduced to improper 79 in a 70, $25, cost. license, dismissed, corrected, ing 70 in a 55, reduced to im- ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im- -Charles Robert Hall, speed- equipment, $25, cost, $50 im- * - Edwin Isidro Pereira, ficti- - Stephanie Mnrie Spry, fail- proper equipment, $25, cost, proper equipment, $25, cost, ing 74 in a 55, reduced to 64 in proper equipment fee. tious/altered title/registration, ure to reduce speed, dismissed, $50 improper equipment fee. $50 improper equipment fee. a 55, $25, cost. - Jon Kandria Long, speed- dismissed, corrected. civil. - Unique M. Williams, - Jacob D- Christian, speed- - Tamara Nikie Harbison, ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im- - Victor E. Pleasant, driving - Joshua Dean Starr, speed- - speeding 87 In a 70, reduced to. ing 80 in a 70, reduced to im- failure to wear seat belt, $2550, proper equipment, cost, $50 im- left of center, dismissed, civil. ing 80 in a 70, reduced to im- improper equipment, $75, cost, proper equipment, $25, cost, cost; operating vehicle with no proper equipment fee. - Brenda Estes Plott, speed- proper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. $50 improper equipment fee. insurance, dismissed per plea; - Judith Y. Lowtharpe, ing 51 in a 35, reduced to im- $50 improper equipment fee. • Brandon Lee Wilson, un- -Virgil Cobb, failure to wear canceled/revoked/suspended speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to proper equipment, $50, cost, • Shenekqua C. Staton, , safe lane change, reduced to seat belt, $25 JO , cost. certificate/tag, dismissed, cor* improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to • improper equipment, $25, cost, - Sunni Lynn Collins, speed- reeled. $50 improper equipment fee. - Brian Henry Pomerance, improper equipment, $25, cost, : $50 improper equipment fee. ing 67 in a 55, reduced to hn- - Sarah Corinne Harter, - Bradley Andrew Luther, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to $50 improper equipment fee. - Joanie Sutphin Wilsoni proper equipment, $25, cost, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, cost, $50 - Perry Dwayne Summers, , operating vehicle with no in- $50 improper equipment fee; 79 in a 7 0 ,$15,cost. improper equipment, $25, cost, improper equipment fee. operating vehicle with no in­ surance, canceled/revoked/ license not in possession, (Us- - Anne-Marie Harvey, speed- $50 improper equipment fee. - Luis Alberto Portillo, ex- surance, fictitious/altered title/ suspended certificate/tag, dis- missed per plea. ing 56 in a 45, dismissed in the • Jon Thomas Martin, fail- pired registration, dismissed, registration, driving/allowing missed, corrected. - Don Christopher Cook, interest of justice. ure to reduce speed, dismissed, corrected. vehicle to be driven with no reg- - Zachary Hayes Wright, expired registration, dismissed, - Tammy S. Hedrick, failure civil. - Kevin L. Potucek,speeding istration, dismissed, corrected, speeding 69 in a 55, reduced to corrected. ~ to wear seat belt, $2550, cost. - Felton Lee Mayfield, fail- 80 in a 70, reduced to improper - Angel Ann Swaim1 failure improper equipment, $25, cost, - Jamie Thomas Cook, reck- - Riley Paul Hein, speeding ure to wear seat belt, $2550, equipment, $25, cost, $50 im- to secure passenger under age $50 improper equipment fee less driving to endanger, dis- 60 in a 45, amended to improper cost. proper equipment fee. 16, expired registration, dis- - Ruby Rose Rodell, failure missed,civil. equipment. - Joshua M. Maynard, oper- - TheodoreGolden Pound, missed, corrected. to wear seat belt, no operator’s - Lany David Cox, speeding - Arthur Johnson Helms, ating vehicle with no insurance, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to - Sharon Beeson Sweat, license. 67 in a 55, reduced to improper speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to dismissed, corrected. improper equipment, $25, cost, speeding 54 in a 35, reduced to equipment, $25, cost, $50 im- improper equipment, $25, cost, - Jessica A. McCallister, $50 improper equipment fee. 44 in a 35, $25, cost. April 19 proper equipment fee. $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 60 in a 45, reduced to - Randy Dearell Powell, can- - Amber Nicole Taylor, The following cases were - Anthony T. Dalton, expired - Heather R. Holbrook, improper equipment, $25, cost, celed/revoked/suspended cer- speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to disposed of during Davie Ad- registration, dismissed, cor- speeding 58 ,in a 45, reduced to $50 improper equipment fee. tificate/tag, operating vehicle improper equipment, $25, cost, ministrative Court. Presiding: rected. improper equipment, $25, cost, • Paul C. McCormack, ex- with no insurance, dismissed, $50 improper equipment fee. Judge Wayne L. Michael. Pros- - Vergil Lacy Daughtery, $50 improper equipment fee. pired registration, expired/no corrected. - Stefanie Page Taylor, ex­ ecuting: Burt Conley, assistant speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to - Kenneth Scott Holt, speed- inspection, dismissed, correct* - Julie Clark Price, speeding pired registration, expired/no * DA. improper equipment, cost, $50 ing 51 in a 35, reduced to im- ed. - 80 in a 70, reduced to improper inspection, dismissed, correct- - Stephanie A. Addington, improper equipment fee. proper equipment, cost, $50 im- - Katie S. McCrimont oper* equipment, $25, cost, $50 im- ed. expired registration, expired/ -G ary Wayne Davis, unlaw- proper equipment fee. • ating vehicle with no insurance, proper equipment fee. - Diane Ianuzi Thomas, no inspection, dismissed, cor- fully passing emergency ve- - Jeffrey M .Honiqus, speed- canceled/revoked/suspended - Paul J. Prosek, speeding 83 speeding 89 in a 70, reduced to rected. hide, prayer for judgment con- ing 70 in a 55, reduced to im- certificate/tag, dismissed, cor- in a 70, dismissed per plea; no 79 in a7 0 ,$15,cost. - Randall Allen Akers, tinued. proper equipment, $25, cost, rected. operator’s license, $50, cost. * Kathleen T. Thomas, ' speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to -Gregory Wayne Davis, fail- $50 improper equipment fee. -T racyA IanaM cE w en.no - Tiffany V. Puckett, speed- speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, ure to yield, dismissed, civil. • Kevin Matthew Hoover, license, dismissed, corrected.' ing 80 in a 70, reduced to im- improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fe e .. -Jessica Lynn Davis, speed* speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to -C arolynneM arieM cG ee, proper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Julian Marcell Albino, ing 67 in a 55, reduced to im- improper equipment, $25, cost, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to $50 improper equipment fee. - Lonnie AUen Thomas, ex -• , speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to proper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee; improper equipment, $50, cost, - Lili Quintanilla, speeding pired/no inspection, dismissed,;; improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. expired registration, dismissed $50 improper equipment fee. 51 In a 35, reduced to improper corrected. $50 improper equipment fee. - Debra Ann DePompei, per plea; expired/no inspection, - Brian Richard McKnight, equipment, $50, cost, $50 im- • Matthew S. Turk, speeding • Hugh Blake AIUsbn, speed- speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to dismissed, corrected. expired registration, expired/ proper equipment fee. 87 in a 70, reduced to improper Ing 87 in a 70, reduced to im- improper equipment, $25, cost, - Nathaniel S. Howard, no inspection, dismissed, cor- - Bradley Mark Randall, equipment, $75, cost, $50 im- | proper equipment, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 50 in a 35, reduced to rected. speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to proper equipment fee. $50 improper equipment fee; - Melissa Amn Dowell, improper equipment, $25, cost, - Louis Anthony McNeil, improper equipment, $75, cost, • Teresa P. Underwood ,\ failure to wear seat belt, dis- speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 49 in a 35, reduced to $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to missed per plea. improper equipment, $50, cost, - Cynthia Dalton Howell, improper equipm ent $25, cost, - Basil Ray Reed, failure to improper equipment, $25, cost, - -A ndyW iIliam A ttizerJr., $50 improper equipment fee; speeding 69 in a 55, reduced to $50 improper equipment fee. wearseat belt, $2550, cost. $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to expired registration, dismissed improper equipment, $25, cost, • Deborah Gibbs Miller, • Logan Macgregor Ren, - Taquan Jermaine Utley, ^ improper equipment, $50, cost, per plea. $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to speeding 66 in a 45, reduced to speeding.84 in a 70, reduced to , $50 improper equipment fee. - Rebecca Lynn Drake, can- - Stephanie Marie Hoy, oper- improper equipment, $50, cost, 54 in a 45, $25, cost. improper equipment, $25, cost, . - Michael J. Anderson, ex- celed/revoked/suspended ceitif- ating vehicle with no insurance, $50 improper equipment fee. - Andrew Scott Riddle, $50 improper equipment fee. pired registration, expired/no icate/tag, cost; operating vehicle dismissed, corrected. - Mark Anthony Mojica, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to - Mary Anne Varner, can-; inspection, dismissed, correct- with no insurance, dismissed - Wesley Stevens Hsu, ex- no license, $50, cost; driving/ improper equipment, $50, cost, celed/revoked/suspended certif- " ed. per plea. pired registration, expired/no allowing vehicle to be driven $50 improper equipment fee; icate/tag, dismissed, corrected. - Joshua Steven Ashby, - Samantha J. Easterling, inspection, dismissed, correct- with no registration, dismissed failure to wear seat belt, dis- - Nicole Mauney W ade,: speeding 80 In a 70, reduced to speeding.80 in a 70, reduced to ed. per plea; no license, fictitious/ missed per plea. speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25,cost, improper equipment, $25, cost, -T hom asT heodore Huff- altered title/registration, operat- - Daybin Cristian Rivas, improper equipment, $25, cost, ' $50 improper equipment fee. $50 improper equipment fee. man, speeding 66 in a 55, re- ing vehicle with no insurance, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to $50 improper equipment fee. - Katelyn Marie Ashley, - Brian Deaii Eldreth, speed- duced to improper equipment, dismissed, corrected. improper equipment, $25, cost, - Thara Jean Wagner, speed- speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im- $25, cost, $50 improper equip- -A nna L. Mommsen,expired $50 improper equipment fee. ' ing 70 in a 55, reduced to im- improper equipment, $25, cost, proper equipment, $25, cost, ment fee; expired registration, registration, expired/no inspec- Darlyn Holland Rivers, proper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. $50 improper equipment fee. dismissed per plea. tion, dismissed, corrected. speeding 72 in a 55, reduced to $50 improper equipment fee. - Ashley Nicole Atkison, - Erich Anton Engel, speed- - Steven Robert Hughes, - Ashley M . Montgomery, 64 in a 55, $25, cost. - Travis Dalton Walker, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to ing 86 in a 70, reduced to im- speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to speeding 96 in a 70, reduced to • TVavis Eugene Roach, speeding 80 in a 70. reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, proper equipment, $50, cost, . improper equipment, $50, cost, 79 in a 70, $600, cost. speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, ■ $50 improper equipment fee. $50 improper equipment fee. $50 improper equipment fee. - Jeremiah E. Moore, speed- improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fe e ;- -A shleyLarkB aker.speed- - Frederick D. Erwin, speed- - Ashley Francis Ibarra, no ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im- $50 improper equipment fee. failure to wear seat belt, d is -; ing 50 in a 35, reduced to im- ing 90 in a 70, reduced to 79 in license, dismissed, corrected. proper equipment, cost, $50 im- . - Eddie G. Rodgers, speeding missed per plea. * proper equipment, $25, cost, a 70, $25, cost; fictitious/altered - Joshua Bill Ijames, expired proper equipment fee. 80 in a 70, reduced to improper - Terrance A. Wasson, speed- * $50 improper equipment fee. title/registration, dismissed pec registration, expired/no inspec- . -M ichele A. Mosley, operat- equipment, $25, cost, $50 im- ing 86 in a 70, reduced to im- ’ - Abby Piyor Bales, unsafe plea. tion, dismissed, corrected. ing vehicle with no insurance, proper equipment fee, license proper equipment, $50, cost, movement, dismissed, civil set- - Suzanne Gray Ferebee, - Paulette Marie Jensen, fictitious/altered title/registra- not in possession, dismissed per $50 improper equipment fee. tlement. speeding 74 in a 50, reduced to speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to tion, dismissed, corrected. plea. - Richard T. Waterhouse, -EIise Nicole Bare, speeding 59 in a 50, $15, cost. improper equipment, $25, cost, - Jason Daniel M unill, - Misael Rogel, no license, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to 92 in a 70, reduced to 79 iria 70, - Laurie A. Fletcher, speed- $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 60 in a 45, reduced to reduced to failure to notify improper equipment, $25, cost, $100 cost. ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im -. - Jennifer N. Johnson, ex- improper equipment, $25, cost, DMV of address change, $50, $50 improper equipment fee. - Somer Lynette Batres, proper equipment, $25, cost, pired registration, expired/no $50 improper equipment fee. . cost. - Keith E. Watkins, speeding speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to $50 improper equipment fee. inspection, operating vehicle - Kathy White Neely, speed- - Carlos M. Alfaro-Rojas, 80 in a 70, reduced to improper improper equipment, $25, cost, - Gloria Lazenby Foote, with no insurance, canceled/re- ing 60 in a 45, reduced to im- speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to equipment, $25, cost, $50 im- - $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to voked/suspended certificate/tag, proper equipment, $25, cost, improper equipment, cost, $50 proper equipment fee. - Azarel Lozano-Benitez, improper equipment, $25, cost, dismissed, corrected. $50 improper equipment fee. improper equipment fee. - Ichabod L. Watson, failure designated lane violation, re- $50 improper equipment fee. - Joyce Mae Johnson, ex- -Ellen S. Newman, failure to - Jorge Enrique Rosas, ex- to reduce speed, dismissed, cor- duced to improper equipment, - Tbwtvy Eileen Fox, speed- pired registration, expired/no reduce speed, dismissed, civil, pired registration, dismissed, rected. $25, cost, $50 improper equip- ing 70 in a 55, reduced to im- inspection, operating vehicle - Jessica Lynn Noble, speed- corrected. - Hannah N. Weakland, un- ment fee- no license, dismissed, proper equipment, $25, cost, with no insurance, canceled/re- ing 80 in a 70, reduced to im- - David Christian Sailors, safe movement, dismissed, corrected. $50 improper equipment fee. voked/suspended certificate/tag, proper equipment, $25, cost, expired registration, expired/ civil. Tina R. Blankenship, - Yeymi R.Fuentes,child not dismissed, corrected. $50 improper equipment fee. no inspection, dismissed, cor- - Stephanie S. Whitner, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to in rear seat, dismissed per plea; -M arkR andalIJohnsonJr., - Kelly Hutchins Noble, rected. speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, no license, $50, cost. speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to operating vehicle with no in- - Nicholas J. Sanchez, speed- improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment f« . • PeterM atthewGallins, fail- improper equipment, $25, cost, surance, canceled/revoked/ ing 70 in a 55, reduced to 64 in $50 improper equipment fee. - Anna Marie Bode, failure ure to wear seat belt, $10, cost; $50 improper equipment fee. suspended certificate/tag, dis- a 55, $25, cost. - Myra Vaughters Wilson, to yield at slop sign/flasiung red no license commercial.vehicle, - Michael Raoul Jones, missed, coiTecied. - Elizabeth S. Scheer, speed- speeding 60 in a 45, reduced to light dismissed, civil. dismissed per plea. speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to - Senanu Kofi Ocloo, speed- ing 80 in a 70, reduced to im- improper equipment, $25, cost, ' - Dale EIIis Bogle, speeding -Shem Il U lyG am bill, oper- improper equipment, $25, cost, ing 80 in a 70, reduced to im- proper equipment, cost, $50 im- $50 improper equipment fee. 67 in a 55, reduced to improper ating vehicle with no insurance, $50 improper equipment fee. proper equipment, $25, cost, proper equipment fee. - Samantha N.W obst.speed- eoutomeM $25, cost, $50 im- dismissed, corrected. - Bethany Ann Karlek, $50 improper equipment fee. - Candice K. Shrewsbury, ing 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 in proper equipment fee,' - Mauro Hernandez Garcia, speeding 66 in a 45, reduced to , - Andre Douglas Oei, speed- speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to a 70, $15, cost. - Wesley Shea Bridges, ex- speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, ing 58 in a 45, reduced to im- improper equipment, $50, cost, - Maleah Renee YazelJ, no pired registration, expired/no improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. proper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. license, reduced to failure to inspection, operating vehicle $50 improper equipment fee; no -R hondaM cC ubbinsK ey, $50 improper equipment fee. - Wcndy W'. Shumate, ex- notify DMV of address change, with no insurance, canceled/ license, dismissed per plea. expired registration, canceled/ - Mark Mathew Olive, pired registration, improper in- $50, cost, revoked/suspended certificate/ - Maricarmen S. Gomez, no revoked/suspended certificate/ speeding 80 in a 65, reduced to spection, dismissed, corrected. - Katrina Renee Young, tag, failure to comply with Ii- license,$50,cost. tag, dismissed,corrected. improper equipment, $25, cost, - Charley Joe Simmons, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to cense restrictions, dismissed, • Ememorio L. Gonzalez, - John E. Koppelmeyer, $50 improper equipment fee. speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, corrected. no license, reduced to failure to speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to - Carl Adam Orander, speed- improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. . 1» - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 Advance Woman Charged ith Robbing Pharmacy An Advance wom an was chained last week following a robbery at aHillsdole pharmacy. Tiffany Ovcrcash Vaughn, 37, of Townepark Drive, was charged May 9 with robbery with a dangerous weapon, con­ tributing to the delinquency of a juvenile, trafficking in opium, possession with intent to sell/ delivera schedule IV substance, and felony possession o f a schedule IV substance. According to Davie County Sheriff’s DepartmentChief J.D. Hartman, around 8:30 p.m. a robbery was reported at the RiteAid in the Lowes Shopping Centerin Hillsdale. *•••' The fcma!esuspect,Vaughn, drove thiough the drive thru and handed the pharmacist a note that stated there was H person i i *1 ;'1r if V nughn with a gun in the store and to give them several types of pain killer m edications.;; W hen o ffic e rs arriv ed Vaughn had left. Man Charged With BeatingWoman A M ocksviIIem an w asar- on June 27. rested and charged last week Thom as w as charged with with beating a woman in the DWL parking lot of a local grocery store. Jason Cathell Hawks, 31, of B uckH illRoad, was charged with assault on a fem ale, pos­ session of marijuana, and pos­ session of drug paraphernalia on May 11. According to Davie County Sheriff’s Office C hief J.D . Hartman, officers responded to the Lowes Foods parking lot in Hillsdale for an assault in progress. They saw.a man beat­ ing a woman who was lying on the pavement In the parting lot. “The man saw the officers driving into the parking lot and 'attem pted to run,” Hartman said. “A short foot chose hap­ pened and the male [Hawks] was caught.” ' According to Hartman, of­ ficers located m arijuana in Hawks’ pockcisY*'. ‘ " The female,M olly A.Thom- as, 31, o f R atledge R oad, MocksvilIehad beenstrucksev- eral times in the head and body, slammed into the pavement head first.andwasbleedingprofusely from the head. She was transported to Bap­ tist Hospital by EMS for head injuries, Hartman said. “Witnesses stated that the female drove into the parking lot and stopped,” Hartman said. “She appeared to be arguing with her passenger,Mr. Hawks, who then started damaging the car. Miss Thompson got out and Mr. Hawks then assaulted her in the parking lot. Both subjects were intoxicated." Hawks was placed in Davie Detention Center in lieu o f a S 12,500 secured bond. He is scheduled to appear in court Man Faces Drug Charges M ocksville resident Ryan Emanuel George, 22, of Hard­ ing Street, was arrested M ay 7 in connection with an ongoing narcotics and firearms inves­ tigation by the Davie County Sheriff’s Office. According to Sheriff Andy Stokes,severalundercoverbuys were conducted at George’s residence by narcotics officers. George was charged with two felony counts of sell/de­ liver of schedule II controlled substance, two felony counts of possession with intent to sell/ deliver schedule II controlled substance, one felony count sell/ deliver schedule VI controlled substance,andone felony count possession with intent to sell/ deliver schedule Vl controlled substance. He was placed under a $7,500 secured bond in the Davie County Jail. George is also being held on state charges anticipating a federal indictment on firearm charge?. A review of video surveil­ lance show ed the suspect vehicle to be a Jeep Grand Cherokee and the pharmacist also managed to get a tag num­ ber. Officers went to the address in Kinderton where the vehicle was registered and found no one living there who owned the vehicle. •Officers located the vehicle a short time later in a parking area in Kinderton. A door- to-door sweep was conducted and Vaughn was located in an apartment in Kinderton. “She denied any knowledge of the event,” Hartman said. “Butthc pharmacist was brought to the location and stated the vehicle and . Vaughn - appeared to be the person who committed the robbery.” A search warrant was con­ ducted at Vaughn’s apartment and all medications stolen were recovered. There was not a second per­ son in the store. Vaughn was placed in Davie Detention Center in lieu of a $550jOOO bond. She is scheduled to appear in court today. * " £ H op e H o m es of D avie C ounty h a s built 12 h o m es. • - P h o to s b y R o b I n S n o w C ontinued From Page I for plumbing. C hurches and businesses participate in the projects by do­ nating land, providing refresh­ ments to volunteers, or giving services during construction. Hope Homes is a non-profit or­ ganization that provides afford­ able housing for those in need. The purpose and mission: "Through G od’s Grace, Hope Homes has been established to provide housing to those in need of shelter who otherwise can not provide it for themselves. We have been charged by God to provide a firm foundation, build walls of Faith, and cover it with God’s L ove...” 1 V olunteers from c h u rch es and b u sin e sse s in D avie C o u n ty w o rk o n th e la te s tH o p e H o m e . These days, people can’t stop talking about healthcare We can’t stop listening. It's s im p le , y o u k n o w p e o p le b e tte r w h e n y o u s p e n d tim e to g e th e r. T h a t's w h y o u r n u r s e s g o b e y o n d to d a y 's s ta n d a r d s a n d s p e n d m o re tim e w ith y o u . M o re tim e s ta r tin g c o n v e rs a tio n s a b o u t y o u r h e a lth c a re . M o re tim e lis te n in g to y o u r q u e s tio n s a n d c o n c e rn s . T h a t w a y yo u ’re re c e iv in g th e m o s t a tte n tio n a n d b e s t tr e a tm e n t p o s s ib le . It's t h a t sim p le . V is it u s a t N o v a n tH e a lth .o r g to le a rn m o re N 8 NOVANT S HEALTH Sports DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Tliursday, May 16,2013 - BI Turning Heads Davie Baseball Upsets A-Kell Dy BHan Pitts DavjeEnterpriseRecord There’s no better time to get hot than in the postseason. M att Vernon, the Davie shortstop and No. 3 batter who sparked a 5-2, first-round upset Friday at Ardrey K elLhasbeenup to the task. Trying to live up to sky-high expec-. tat ions, Vemon struggled for most of the season, ending the regular season with a .254 average. Now Vernon’s production is match­ ing his promise. Now he’s playing like a N.C. State Wolfpack signee. When Davie visited Ardrey Kell, it was facing a junior righthander (Doug Norman) who has committed to Geor­ gia. In the top o f the first, Ben Beeson singled the other way off Norman. M o­ ments later, Vemon hit a tape-measure, two-run hom e run. “ He hit it about four and a half miles,’’ coach Bobby ByerIy said. "It was a bomb.” , ( Vemon was I for 2 with three RBIs and two runs, and he’s 5 for 10 since the postseason began with the conference F a n s c h e e r du rin g th e c h a m p io n sh ip g a m e b e tw e e n Ellis a n d S o u th D avie. Ellis d o m in ated 4-1. tournament. He has five homers for —------------------------- the season, including three in the past four games. “There was a security guard who was out (here watching the gam e, and he was running for cover,” ByerIysaid of the homer. “The (left-center) fence where it went over is 350. He hit it well over400 feet.Thatbomb took their fans out of it for a while.” This was an impressive win for the -W ar Eagles, who improved to 16-7 as the No. 3 seed from the Central Pied­ mont Conference. They knocked off the No. 2 seed from the Southwestern Conference. Ardrey Kell was ranked fourth in the state but w as knocked out with a 21-5 record. “It was a great atmosphere,” Byerly . said. 4Tt was a big crowd. We couldn’t^ have scripted it any better. I told them 71 after the game that I couldn’t be more proud of them * the way they handled themselves and the way they handled that team. Nobody expected us to do anything at Ardrey Kell. But we did all the little things. We moved runners and played error-less baseball. It was the most com plete game we’ve had this year.” In the third, Vemon stepped to the [K gs& S:, * P h o to s b y R o b in S n o w Ellis Middle Seals Another Unbeaten Soccer Season Please Scc Upsets - Page B3 By B rian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record The EUis girls soccer team finishing first is the sun rising in the east. Oppo­ nents have to live with it. W hen the Jaguars buried South D avie 4-1 in last week’s championship , gara^tjtfeJagpgr^hajd^ pf.rfect'fecord f o t'th ^ ^ ^ h d k,year.ut“a^ ro ^ and an undefeated record for the third straight year. They w ent 9-0-1 in 2011,12-0 in 2012 and 10-0 this year. They are 43: I-I oyer the Itut four years. , . ••: - LeahReynoids, the first-year coach, ha'd.both the.easiestand the.toughest job in the county. Sure, she was loaded' with talent. But on the flip side, one . slip^up could make for a down year by 'Ellis'standards.. S o irth forw ard E lain a Burr dribbles a g a in st Ellis' A nn a D ev ereaux . .; ' “I.knew i had a lor to live up to,” Reynolds said. “I had been told that the girls soccer team was a powerhouse. This made me both very nervous and excited. “ As a coach I feel like the team had some really fun times both at practices and during games. I w on’t forget the • feeling of the team winning that (cham- ' pionship) game and being so proud of the EUis Lady Jags for having another undefeated season and letting me be apartof.it.” In the final regular-season game, South Davie put up a Herculean effort in a 4-3 home loss to Ellis. The Jaguazs won the first meeting 5-0, but the 17th . win over South in as many tries was not easy. Please See EUis • Page B4 Angie Slabach’s Basketball Journey By B rian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Five members of the Davie County High School Athletic Hall of Fame have passed away in less than two years, including.Burt Barger, Bill Peeler, Vestal Potts, Angie Browder Slabach and Louis "Peewee” Beal. Slabach (Class of 1984) and Beal (1964) died last week. Beal was a four-year varsity player in basketball and baseball. « Slabach was an exceptional all- around athlete, making all-conference in volleyball, basketball and track, but it was basketball that captured her spirit. And it was her basketball prowess that made her a chatter member of the Davie Hall of Fame in 2002. SIabach also made a lasting impact as a coach while guiding the Davie A ngie S labach girls basketball program for six years. For the past three years, she served as an inspiration as she fought breast cancer. She died M ay 8 at age 46. She is survived by her husband Gary and their children Lake, Allie, Heath and Emma. “As I liked to say, she was the best-looking cancer patient you would ever see and had the most pos­ itive attitude, too,”.Maryanne ByerJy told the Winston-Salem Journal last week. "They are strong and a great Christian family, and they have a lot o f friends and a lot of support. They will be sad, but Angie’s legacy is going to live, and that will bring them a lot of joy in the future." The following is part of a story that was published in the Enterprise in August 2002. It’s a look back at Angie’s journey in basketball, as a player and a coach. Practice* Practice, Practice It was old-fashioned hard work that took Biowder to the sport’s rainbow, starting as a sophomore in a dream-team lineup, making the all-conference team three times, stoning at High Point College and becoming an inaugural member of the Davie High Hall of Fame. “She would practice outside when it was so cold that she had to bundle up,” said the late Roverda Jarvis, who coached Browder in the seventh-ninth grades at Shady Grove and North Davie. “Before I got through coach­ ing. you had to beg Ihem to practice at school. I remember snow on the ground, and she was*outside shooting in snow shoes. She.shoveled out a place so she could shoot. Now, that’s dedication.” W hether it was a pickup game in Ben and Ann Browder’s Advance driveway, after-school practice or a game, Angie always hit the court looking like a kid coming down the stairs on Christmas morning. ’ “She just thoroughly loved the game,” said Kim Ward Homer of Connecticut, a classmate from kinder­ garten through high school. “It wasn’t a season for her. When we were kids, if there were three or four people standing around talking, that was a potential game to her.” LuAnn Browder Parker of Georgia described her sister’s boundless passion. “Daddy had a foul-shot lane spray painted on the driveway, and I would rebound for her," LuAnn said. "She would shoot like a hundred at a time. W hen it was freezing cold, she still wanted to go out and practice. She would run a tub full of boiling hot water, would dip the basketball in the w ater and then run outside and shoot with it until it got cold again. Then she’d come back in, dip it in the hot water and go back out.” "W e’d play games at her house, and you knew that goal had been used because it's paint chipped off the backboard and the net is frayed. She had been shooting for hours and hours,” said John Bullins, a 1984 senior. U nbeaten A t Sbady Grove The storybook ride began at Shady Grove. Jarvis’ Panthers whipped through Pinebrook, Cooleemee, William R. Davie and Mocksville and didn’t lose a game during Angie’s seventh- and eighth-grade seasons. Jarvis, who moved from Shady Grove to North Davie when it opened in 1980-81, grinned as she recalled a ninth-grade game at Asheboro. "She was always a pretty girl," she said. “The floor was down, the students sat up high and they threw things at her because she was so pret­ ty and so good. They took little pieces of paper and rolled them up into little knots. She was hitting everything she put up and they were throwing things to try. to distract her. It didn’t work. She could really shoot from way out­ side, and she could pick your pocket in a heartbeat." 44She always acted like a lady, but she could play like a man,” BuUins said. “She could drive past you and she’d step back. She loved to step back and shoot what easily today would be three points.” Sophom ore Floor General Davie’s four-year dynasty in the North Piedmont 3-A Conference end­ ed with a second-place finish in 1980, when Angie was a freshman at North Davie Junior High. "When Jill (Amos) left, I didn't, have any guards,” said Peeler, the Davie girls coach from 1961 -88. "I Please See SIabacb • Page B2 Worth Noting... M a tt V ernon hit a tw o-run hom er in the first (his third hom er in four gam es), N ick Boswell de- .■liyered a tiebreaking single in the sixth and Jerem y W alker pitched a com plete gam e to im prove his record to 7-1 as D avie baseball upset Ardrey Kell 5-2 in the first round o f the playoffs. • In S. D avie’s 10-3 win over O ak Grove to close the regular season, Z ach H udspeth hom ered twice, and Hudspeth, C hris R eyn­ olds and C ody Josey hom ered in the sam e gam e for the second tim e. In a 5-3 first-round win over O ak Grove, Hudspeth hit a tiebreaking, w alk-off hom er, his fourth bom b in three gam es. For the season, R eynolds .led w ith seven hom e runs. T yier R oberts swatted a home run in the Ellis baseball team ’s eighth consecutive win, 10-0 over C. D avidson in the tournam ent semifinals. M a d iso n B o h a n n o n o f N . Davie won the conference in the 200 w ith a league-record 27.37. N . D avie’s Z ella E b e rt (400), S. D avie’s Sadie M oses (800) and E llis’ S av an n ah E v crette (high jum p) and AllIe O rgnon (m ile) also captured individual events at the conference m eet. P eyton F ry c scored 17 goals and K ath erin e W atts added 14 as E llis soccer w ent undefeated for the third straight year. B2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 A ngie S lab ach sp e a k s at hall o( fam e cerem o ny in ‘02. S h e e y e s th e b ask et. S h e holds E m m a before b ein g inducted. A nd s h e s ta n d s w ith te am m ate N aom i M inwalla. Slabach... ContiniKtd From Page BI had to use Sharon Young to bring up the ball, and she was better at playing inside. We went 15-9 (after winning 20» plus games for foujr consecu­ tive years) and I told them: 'Be patient. Next year will be a lot different.’” The next year, Angie was the piece that completed the puzzle. She averaged S.9 points as a sophomore, but more importantly she ran the show with crisp passes, kept everyone involved and fueled, a fastbreak that flattened oppo­ nent after opponent. The flashy lineup included senior for­ wards Young and Snrah Gard­ ner, senior center Patty Franck and sophomore shooting guard Naomi Minwalla. Browder’s coming-out party came in a showdown for first in the NPC. Davie squeezed past ThomasviIle 47-46 behind Browder’s 16 points. Five of six heated battles for NPC . supremacy went to Davie, forcing ThomasvilIe to settle for second in 1982 and 1983. “We always finished second to Davie,” said Maryanne Byerly, a South Davie teacher who played for Thomasville. “The Bulldogs did not like Angie Browder because ail our conch did was tell us how good she was: So we had a chip on our shoulder every time we hit the floor with Davie. We didn’t think too highly of her just be­ cause our coach, Bobby Suggs, thought she was one of the best players around, and she was. - “When she came to High Point, I tried to get her on my intramural team but another team got to her first. They beat us in overtime in the cham­ pionship. She played for the college the other two years and we won it those two years. We would have been 3 for 3. So she messed me up again, just like in high school.” Davie’s 1981-82 machine steamrolled rivals by scores o f62-25,78-35, ,60-20,66-22 and 57-27. Salisbury stopped the state’s top 3-A team 39-37. Daviewas 18*0. “AU the Thomasville wins Driveway Died of Old AgeP PavementAll DrokenOpP T h e a v e ra g e 2 ,0 0 0 + s q . ft. d riv ew ay c a n b e re m o v e d & re p la c e d w ith HI G r a d e c o n c re te fo r ap p ro x . $3.95 per sq. ft. U n p a v e d d riv ew ay c a n b e p o u re d fo r ap p ro x . $2.75 p er eq. ft. CALL FOR MORE DETAILS & EXACT ESTIMATE! Shoal Concrele Co. M ocksville, NC 336-751-1989 MorhFri 630am -3:30pm Stmins IjQUrZhitlOoizGQ Ijum — were big,” Angie said. “So many of our wins were routine. I was like: ‘Well, I know we’re going to win by 20 or 30.’ (The loss to Salisbury) was a huge upset. We were always ready for the Thomasville games, but we’d go down to Salisbury flat sometimes. Naomi and I cried like babies.” “I said: ’Angie, this is going to happen. The sun will come up tomorrow,’” Peeler said. “She said: ‘No, it’s not.’” When Davie buried East Rowan 54-37 in the first round of the District 5 Tournament, Angie hit seven of her first II shots, including five from 18-20 feet. Davie was 27-1 and ranked Nd. 2 in the state when it met a 17-8 Monroe. But Monroe outscored Davie 18-6 in the fourth quarter to pull a 48-40 shocker. The nioons aligned as . underdogs Wadesboro and Asheboro dashed Davie’s staie-title aspirations in ‘83 and ‘84, respectively. Davie was 22-3 before losing to Wadesboro 52-50 in double overtime. Asheboro, which had lost twice to Davie, scored 12 unanswered points in the final four minutes to pull out a 40- 36 upset. The War Eagles won 72 of 83 games over Angie’s three years, but the endings were hard to stomach. “The thing I regret is that we never did go further in the playoffs,” Angie said.“I don’t ' know why that happened to us every year. It was awful.” The Browdcr-M inwalIa Duo Although Browder scored quite a few big baskets over her junior and senior years, she made an even deeper impres­ sion with assists. She took the passing aspect of the game to another level, approaching magician. AfterAngie scored 18 in a 66-52 win over Thomas­ ville that clinched the NPC’s regular-season race in 1983, Brad Hamm of the Salisbury Post wrote: But her most outstanding contribution was the passing that Iefi Thomas- ville - and sometimes her team - spellbound. Every Davie player, two fans and a police­ man caught lightning-quick passes from Browder. When Davie’s players did hold on, it was usually an easy layup.” Angie was the fifth-highest scorer in the nine-team NPC at 14 points. Naomi Minwalla and Michelle Pulliam backed her. at 13.3 and 12.5, respec­ tively, as Davie finished 22-4 and sixth in the 3-A poll. Angie took home NPC Player of the Year and made the All-North­ west team. On Angie’s performance in the NPC Tournament against North Davidson, Steve Phillips of the Post wrote: Browder's final basket almost defies description. She pushed the ball down, found her path to the basket blocked by two defenders and launched a shot high off the backboard while in 'mid-air. The ball fell through and.Browder fell to the floor, drawing the foul. And her. passes to teammates for layups often bordered on the spectac­ ular.” “Angie and I made up all . kinds of games,” brother Tom­ my Browder said. “Sometimes late at night our games would turn silly and she would start - these crazy, twisting moves that would end with her ap­ pearing to just throw the ball up. Somehow, they usually went in. I think this is why she was always better at that sort of thing than a straight-on - layup.” Browder and Minwalla worked together like lyrics and music, and they carried Davie to its seventh 20-win season in eight years in 1983-94. The War Eagles swept the NPC’s regular season and tournament titles for the third straight year to finish 23-5. On Browder and Min­ walla, Phillips of the Post wrote: Mere recitation of the won-lost records and scoring averages cannot do justice to the excitement of watching the senior duo when everything is working. There is something special, almost magical, in the way Browder and Minwalla become extensions of one another. Browder, the more flamboyant of the two, thrives on a fancy pass, abUndsided steal or a driving lefihanded layup. No one stays more into a game. While Browder’s look- away passes sometimes fool the younger War Eagles and wind up in the first row of the stands, Minwalla always seems to anticipate. Angie averaged 14.5 points and six assists. She won NPC Player o f the Year and made All-Northwest for the second straight year. She was named to the East-WestAIl-Star Game. She just missed 1,000 career points, turning in 962, because she handed out so many assists. She also excelled in volley­ ball and track, making All- NPC twice in track (she broke a foot as a senior) and once in volleyball. “She’s the best passer in the league,” Suggs said then. “They have lots of talent, but she makes them go.” "When she ran the fast­ break, it was like John Stock­ ton,” LuAnn said. “She was a female John Stockton of high school.” Eddie Hardin of the Win­ ston-Salem Journal wrote this about the 5-5 playmaker: In a „ game that stresses statistics, mainly scoring, Browder has helped revive an often over­ looked stat, the assist. The NPC has had many great ball handlers in recent years, but few have approached the talent of Browder. Phil Hrichak of the Journal wrote: Browder gave Davie something that couldn’t be measured by mere numbers. College Career Angie received a Division I scholarship to UNC-Wilm­ ington, but transferred after three semesters and became High Point's ringleader for two seasons, 1986-87 and 1987- 88. As a junior she averaged 10.3 points and converted 82 percent at the free-throw line. As a senior she led High Point in points (14.4) and three-point M R R E C I A T I O N A l G u s t o m [ NOWiIs m T w n rrrn WAmmYMODeamMs/i accuracy (37 percent). Angie’s shining moment was a 94-90 win at Catawba in 1986-87. One week after breaking her nose, the junior exploded for 35 points, hitting 17 of 22 shots. She torched Wingate with 29 points as a senior. “She was hitting these shots from so far out, it got to be crazy and funny,” LuAnn said. “You know that clip when Mi­ chael Jordan hits that shot and turns to the crowd and does his shoulders like, ‘I can’t believe it went in, either.' It was like that.” C oaching C areer Angie’s playing career was full of accomplishments, but 1988-89 was extra special. She took over for a legend who won 445 games and 17 con­ ference championships.-She validated Davie’s decision for Peeler’s successor by winning the CenUul Piedmont Confer­ ence Tournament in her first year as coach. Davie rode the terrific trio of Shawn Smoot, Beth Mash- bum and Shannon Jordan • three double-figure scorers • to 14-8, runner-up in the regular season and a 61-45 win over Mt. Tabor in the tournament final. “M y respect grew even more at seeing her as a coach and how she handled gome- time situations,” Bullins.the jayvee girls coach in 1988-89, said. “She’s professional in everything.” The talent pool evaporat­ ed, resulting in three straight losing seasons. But “Angie could see the big picture,” Byerly, Angie’s assistant coach at Davie, said. “She had to start over and she took a lot of criticism because she was willing to keep younger girls on varsity, it was rough. She had a lot of people against her because seniority didn’t matter to her. She put the best five on the floor and went with it. She was real good at developing from the ground up, and look at what she did the last two . . years.” Angie’s plan worked, winning 42 of 55 games in her last two years. Behind Maria Newsome, Carrie Brown, Tamica CaintAndrea Gentry and Shannon Umberger, the 1992-93 W arEagIes went 20- 7, claimed second in the CPC and beat Glenn in the playoffs. Behind Gentry, Umberger, Newsome, Brown and Tami Ramsey^ the 1993-94 War Ea­ gles went 22-6, hauled off the regular-season and tournament trophies and romped to the 4-A Regionals. With a loaded team looming in 1994-95, Angie took early retirement to raise a family. When Davie honored its first hall of fame class on May 5,2002, Angie was moved to be among the ranks of Peeler, . Jill Amos Lindblade, Janice Markland Jackson, Dwayne Grant, John Parker,* Randall Ward and Jeffrey Lankford. “We had a great coach ob­ viously, but we just had some great players that hit at the same time,” she said. “Who would J have been without : Naomi Minwalla, Michelle Pulliam and Kim Ward? Some- I body would have triple-teamed m e and that would have been 1 the end of that.” Upsets... Continued From Page B I plate for the second time. Al­ though he got out, his bat re­ mained scorching hot. “He hit a m issile, but the center fielder only had to take three or four steps to his right to catch it," Byerly said. “ It was a seed. I mean an absolute seed. I sec a big difference since the conference tournament. I think he had a little coming-out party there and he’s on it right now." The Knights rallied to tie in the third. They would have moved in front in the fifth if it wasn’t for Jarcd Wolfe’s daz­ zling defensive play. WoIfc was playing third as a replacement for Luke Martin, who injured his hand earlier in the game. “The guy hits a m issile in the five-six hole ” Byerly said. "W olfe lays out, knocks the ball down, gets to his feet and throws the guy out at first. If Wolfe would not have made that play, they would have scored the go-ahead run. ft may be the play of the year. I think that’s what tram poiined that (three-run) sixth inning. It was huge.” Davie assumed total control in the sixth. Beeson walked and DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 - B3 m WoIfc Vernon was hit by a pitch. Nick Boswell's single put Davie back in front. Boswell's only hit was a big one, and he should have had a couple more. “If we were playing at West ForsythJte would have hit three bombs,” he said. “He hit three to the wall.” Garrett Nestor made it 4-2 with a sac fly. A fter Norman beancd Wolfe, Elijah Jones pro­ vided insurance with a run-scor­ ing single to right. V ernon While Norman is headed to Athens, Ga., Ardrey Kell’s No. 2 hurlcr, junior lefty Zach Feath- erstone, is a Duke commitment. “The w ord on (N orm an) was he sometimes has a shaky first inning and then he settles down,” Byerly said. “And he did exactly that. I think about the sixth inning his pitch count got up and he may have gotten a little tired. But there’s a rea­ son he’s going to Georgia. He’s pretty dang tough.” • Karch Arey went the other way as he ripped a double down the left-field line. ...The Knights have 44 wins in two years, including a 23-5 mark in 2012. • Martin will likely miss the rest o f the Davie season. “Fortu­ nately it’s just a tom ligament (in his hand), and they said he will be back ready to play in 10-14 days,” Byerly said. • The CPC flexed its collec­ tive muscles in the first round, going 4-0. West Forsyth won - 10-0 over W estern Guilford, North Davidson won 2-1 in eight innings over Providence and Reagan won 4-0 over Southeast Guilford. “(N. Davidson coach Mike) Meadows sent everybody a text after the game,” Byerly said. “It said the CPC is the best conference in the state. He may be right. (Hal) Bagwell, the coach at Ardrey Kell, was very com plim entary of our conference and us. He said it’s one of the toughest conferences in the state." • Davie played at West For­ syth on Muy 14 in the second round. W alker Jeremy Walker, a senior who is going to Gardner Webb, was his usual dynamic self. He post­ ed his sixth complete game in 10 starts. He won his fourth straight start, going all seven in all four. And he ran his record to 7-1. “He stayed low in the zone, stayed aw ay and kept them offstride with his breaking ball and changeup," lie said. “It was a (typical) Jeremy Walker game. We’ve seen it all year long.” Notes L a k e M y ers R V R e s o r t 2862 Hwy. 64 W., Mocksville, NC 336-492-7736 Y A R D S A L E W E E K E N D E V E N T S ! 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Umit 6 Foster Drug Co. 4 9 5 V alley R o ad • M o ck sv ille • 3 3 6 -7 5 1 -2 1 4 1 w w w .1 o ste rd ru g c o .c o m Regular Hours: M-F 6:30-8 • Sat 8:30-4 • Sun 1:30-5 I S o uth's M adison Riddlp fights for th e ball a s Ali Q uttenberg m a k e s a p a s s . South d efe n d er K assidie M cDaniel p u sh e s th e ball a s Ellis forw ard K atherine W atts gives c h a se. Ellis... Continued From Page BI “Our girls have improved a lot throughout the season, and it showed in the second game with Ellis,’' South coach M elchor Gamez said. E lain a B u rr and Ju lia V aughan-Jones scored for South, and Katherine Watts and Peyton Frye countered for ElIis as the score was 2-2 with seven minutes left. "This was an outstanding gam e by o ur g irls,” Gamez said. “For a while, we had Ellis worried.” Ellis’ dangerous 1-2 punch, Fiye and Watts, scored two goals in a m atter of seconds to lift the Jags out of danger. South's Madison Riddle nailed a direct kick from 30 yards out to cap the scoring. “Unfortunately for us, we gave them too much room to shoot, and they scored two goals in the 53rd and 54th minutes,” Gamez said. Frye put in two goals as Ellis rolled by Thomasville, 5-1, in the semifinals of the conference tournam ent. Riley B all, Erin Gniew ek and W atts had the other goals. AU three tournament games were held at North Davie. In the other semifinal, South Davie toppled North Davie 3-0. The first meeting ended in a 4-4 tie. South won the second matchup 5-3. This win improved the Tigers to 6-2-1 and ended North’s year at 4-4-1. Burr, with an assist from Jen­ nifer Ngo, scored two minutes . into the game and it remained 1-0 through the rem ainder of the half. B urr scored again in the second half, with an assist from Riddle. For good measure, Rid­ dle scored with eight minutes remaining. “We controlled most of the game, thanks to a whole team effort,” Gamez said. “Our girls played with a lot of heart. I want to congratulate North Davie for their accomplishments this sea­ son. They never gave up.” C onsidering the previous meeting was close and No. I scorer Frye was out with an South s K am P arxs o efen as Eiiis forw ard Erin Q niew ek. - P h o to s b y R o b in S n o w injury. South appeared to have a pretty decent shot in the champi­ onship game. But it turned out that Frye’s injury didn’t matter. Faith Bokeno stepped into the Frye’s midfielder position, and EIIis cruised 4-1. “Peyton was injured during warmups over the weekend with her travel team,” Reynolds said. * A co lle g e p re p ara to ry ,• school for grades PK-12 cultivating academ ic excellence from a Christian w orldview t'-M Si C a l v a r y B a p t i s t • . D a l S g h d o l Think, Learn and live for Jesus Christ w w w .c b d s c o u g a rs .c o m 3 3 6 .7 1 4 .5 4 7 9 “Faith did a great job at stepping up and playing the position.” • Ball scored at 22 minutes as Ellis held a 1-0 lead at the half. Watts struck a minute into the second half, but Riddle an­ swered for South five minutes later, sinking a shot from 30 yards. But EIlis pulled away, getting goals from Gniewek and Ali Guttenberg. ', South finished 6-3-1. AU three losses came from Ellis. “ We knew going in that South was going to be tough, and we were going to have to w ork hard and com m unicate in order to win,” Reynolds aid. “The team did an awesome job stepping up their game and their teamwork.” “We did not play as well as we are capable,” Gamez said. “We made some mistakes and Ellis took advantage of them. B ut Tm very proud of the girls for the way they played all sea­ son. Ellis was the better team and I want io congratulate them for their championship victory.” The Ellis eighth graders who were apart o f the streak-lives- on season were G uttenberg, G niew ek, Em ily W olverton1 Lautyn Mallard, Walsh and Boll. Reynolds gave credit to goal­ ie Bailey Walsh, sweeper Anna Devereaux and forward Watts. “Bailey helped tremendously this game and this season,” she said, “She Had never played soccer before and did a great job at stopping the ball. “A nna did a great jo b at clearing the ball when it got too far into Ellis territory. “Katherine did awesome at working with Faith to keep the ball m oving toward S outh’s ghal.” Besides B urr and R iddle, Gamez said Josslyn Ruiz, Ngo and Anna Jones made important contributions for South. “The defense stepped up big in all gam es, especially Joss- Iyn," he said. “Jennifer was a big factor in midfield and Anna in goal. Anna did not want to play goalie, but she did an outstand­ ing job for us.” Notes' The top two scorers for ElIis were Frye (17 goals) and Watts (14). Burr (16) and Riddle (seven) had the m ost goals for South. Nonh was led by Annie Kinder (10) and Jessi­ ca Navarro (seven). DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 - B5 Alumni Football Early Tickets Benefit Davie Athletics In a little m ore than two weeks, the Davie alumni foot­ ball team w ill take on W est Rowan in Mt. UIla. Davie has four more prac- . tices to tie up some loose ends. Then it will be time to put on the pads and go at it. One of the coaches,Tony Steele, said Davie will be fine-tuned by the 7 p.m. kickoff on June I. “We are in great position to come out with a win,” Steele, 24, said. “We’ve been running and running plays. Ourdefcnse is solid and ready to go. Our of­ fense needs a little work. W e're going to put in special teams this Sunday and then the pieces will be done. After that it will be review, review, review ” The alumni War Eagles be­ gan practicing in .early April at the Smith Grove Fire Depart- ment.They practice on Sundays from 3-5 pjn . and on Tbesdays from 6:30 until dark. The final practice is May 28. “We made Sundays manda­ tory,” Steele said. "Tuesday is more o f a if-you-can-gct-there practice." T h ere’s one thing Steele wants to make loud and clear: Folks nced.to buy tickets before the day of the game; that way half the proceeds will benefit D avie High. The funds from tickets sold at West on game day goto the company putting on the event, Alumni Football USA. The cost for a ticket is $10. The alumni team is selling tickets at Smith Grove Fire De­ partment each day from 8 n.m.- 8 p.m. and at M iller’s during business hours. “ People need to buy tickets before May 28 so the proceeds will go to Davie High,” Steele said. “The Davie alumni football team would like to thank Smith Grove Fire Department, M iller’s Restaurant and Davie High for selling tickets.” There are 36 players on the roster. One of the most talented w eapons, Justin Thom pson, a star defensive player on the 2006 Davie squad, got-injured at practice (separated shoulder) and will not play. “He was playing linebacker and receiver,” Steele said. “He dove for a pass, landed on his shoulder and separated it.” The oldest player on the team is Steve Stewart, 47. He was a starting offensive guard on the 1983 team that went 6-5 and finished in a three-way tie for second in the North Piedmont 3-A Conference. “I played guard at 145 when I w as in high school, and I weigh 212 now,” Stewart said with a laugh. “Me and Chuck (Giniher, the other guard) both were small.” Jason Murphy is among the oldest players at 35. He was a tight end back in ‘95. “I’m hap­ py to be out there busting heads again,” Murphy said. Steele was a starter at offen­ sive tackle in '06 when Davie carved out a sporty 12*2 mark. Then he weighed between 250- Ruemenapp New Girls Basketball Coach W hen you listen to Davie athletic director M ike Absher describe the new girls basketball coach,you can’t help but get ex­ cited about the newest addition to the War Eagle family. Dave Rucm enapp and his family are moving to MocksviHe from BurIesonfTexas. “I think he’s got tremendous passion for the game ” Absher, who also serves as boys basket­ ball coach, said. “I think he's knowledgable, and I think he’s a great com m unicator. H e’s very organized. He’s definitely got a plan for what he wants his program to look like. He’s going to be a great fit for Davie from a teaching and coaching perspective.” The hiring of Ruemenapp, a history teacher, was made offi­ cial on M ay 7. As the varsity boys coach at Lake Highland in Orlando, Fl., Ruem enapp carved out a 71-34 record. His next stop was Arlington, Tx,, where he was the assistant varsity boys coach and the head jayvec coach at The Oakridge School. He resigned from there to take the Davie job. R uem enapp w ill replace Denny Key, who guided the War Eagles for three years. Davie went 8-17,3-21 and 11-15 un­ der Key, including 6-24 in the conference. Ruemenapp, who was among 28 candidates for the job, is the fourth Davie girls coach in 12 255. Now Steele is down to 206. “I work out as much as I can,” he said. “I’m a physical therapist technician. My main goal is to becom e a physical therapist. I’m going back to school, and that’s why I didn’t want to play. "It’s been fun rekindling old friendships. When practice is over, we’ll be out there an hour and a half later catching up with each other and talking about our families. It's like a high-school reunion." Steeleisoneofsevencoach- es.The others are on the school’s football staff: Doug Illing, De­ vore Holman, Tim Devericks, Jimmie W elch, Terrell Wilson and Todd Bumgarner. The roster includes Brian Myers (Class of 1997), Richard C arter (1995), Todd Corvin (1994), Brad Kimrey (1994), Muiphy (1996), Garrett Benge (2008), Johnathon Boles (2012), Cameron Webb (2008), Stew­ art (1984), Jonathan Dwig- gins (2006), B randon Pane (2004), Josh Stanley (2002), Tim m y A lien (2006), Jona­ than C reason (1998), Derek A bendroth (2007), W illiam Payne (2008), Jacob W yatt (2009), Zac O ’Brien (2005), Chad Blackweldcr (1988), JJ. R ice (1999), K enny W hite (1999), Brian Crotts (1990), Zach Vogler (2006), Logan Bu­ chanan (2006), Greg Bamette (1986), Tanis Jefferies (2009), Jason Darnell (1998), Jaspen Gray (2006), Bryson Brown (2005), Johnny Daye (1999), Thom pson (2007), R olando Valle (2003), Patrick Lowery (J0 0 2 ), Jon G oode (2003), Jonathan Mayfield (2006) and TuckerRen (2007). years. “H e’s got a good idea of what he wants to accomplish this summer,” Absher said. “He cam e highly recom m ended from several people, so I’m really, really excited about him. 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South w on th e g am e 5-3 on H u d sp eth ’s w alk-off h o m e run. South’s Hudspeth Goes On Home-Run Binge By B rian Pltts Davie Entetprise Record After slumping to 4-6, the South Davie baseball team made a 180 turnaround, won five in a row and gave undefeated North Davidson a scare in the confer­ ence tournament semifinals. In the final regular-season game, the Zach Hudspeth blast­ ed two home runs, a double and knocked .in four runs as South buried visiting Oak Grove 10- 3. Chris Reynolds doubled and homered and Cody Josey went deep as Hudspeth, Reynolds and Joseyhom ercdinthesainegam c for the second time. Jack Little went 2 for 4 as S outh’s fourth straight win vaulted it into a tie for fourth. A tiebreaker gave South the No. i seed for the tournament. “This game was really spe­ cial," coach Rob Onill said. "We thought it may be the last time T he O ak G rove first b ase m a n ta g s o ut a diving M atthew G la ss in a first-round to urn am ent g a m e at S outh D avie, the eighth graders play at home for South Davie.” Hudspethpitched a complete game, scattering eight hits and walking none. In their final at-bat, the Ti­ gers closed the book-in style. With two outs and no one on base, eighth graders Chandler Steele and Little put together singles. Then another pair of eighth graders, Reynolds and Hudspeth, blasted back-to-back home runs. “I reminded the eighth grad­ ers that this could be their last at-bat at hom e,” Orrill said. “That was a perfect end to the regular season. The two young men who carried our team all year hit back-to-back home runs . in their last at-bats o f the regular season." South went from 4-6 to 8-6, cementing a winning season. “After our last Joss to Ellis, . ..which dropped us to 4-6, I challenged the boys to win out the regular season so we could finish over .500,” he said.“They did just that.” In the first round of the tour­ nament, Hudspeth gave No. 4 South a thrilling 5-3 win at home over No. 5 Oak Grove. The score was tied at 3 going into the bottom of the seventh. Little singled. With two outs, Hudspeth, a lefthanded hitter, sliced a high fly to left. It left the yard. TW walk-off homer was Hudspeth's fourth homer in three games. For the game he went 2 for 3 with a walk and three Rfils. He also pitched five innings. “It was really exciting,” Or- C atch er Tyler L am bert k e e p s his e y e s on th e runner. A t right, sh o rtsto p C hris R eyn old s ta g s o u t a run ner a t seco n d , rill said. “Zach hit the ball so 9 — ■■ high that I didn’t think it was going over the fence, so I just kept waving Jack around third. W hen the ball went over the fence, evejyone went crazy. I think I even went a little crazy. It was an awesome moment to be apart of. “But, then again, it isn’t that surprising because (Hudspeth) has come through with so many big hits this season. The New York Yankees have Mr. October and Mr. November, but we have Mr. May in Zach Hudspeth." Little and Reynolds both had singles. Reynolds pitched two scoreless innings to earn the win as South won for the sixth time in seven games. In the regular season, North Davidson cuffed South 14-2 and 13-4. But the matchup in the semifinals was another story. The visiting Tigers (9-7) gave unbeaten North (16-0) a serious scare in a 5-4 loss. “I am proud o f our young men," Onill said. “The first two times we played them, it was ugly. We played really well. It was a great game. Wejust ended • up one run short.” Hudspeth (2-3, double, walk) and .Steele (2-4) had two hits each as South overcame a 2-0 deficit and led 3-2 at one point. The game was tied at 4 before North took the lead for keeps in the bottom of the fifth. Josh Hall was I for 3. Hud­ speth pitched four innings and reliever Reynolds went two. . "............ Z ach H udspeth pitch es a s third b a se m a n M atthew G lass g ets In fielding position C h an dler S tee le g e ts dow n to avoid a pitch. After an 0-3 start, the Tigers responded with nine wins in 12 gam es. “W hen I think about where we were at the beginning of March and where we are now, Pm very pleased,” he said. N otes: R eynolds finished with seven home runs. Huds­ peth had five and Josey two. ... Orrill coached South in 2006-07 and he returned this year as the replacement for Bobby Byerly, who took over at Davie. He is 27-14 in those three years. ...No. 8 Nonh Davie lost 16-0 to Nonh Davidson in the first round. The W ildcatsfinished 3-12.J o sh Hall g o e s after a pitch.P h o to s b y R o b in S n o w ND o w .nn.ny relays: Zella Ebert, G racie O 'B rien, Em m aA IIen an d Jam ie S ch w eter; an d M adison B ohannon, S a m an th a H oglen, M cK enzie B arneycastle and H ailey Fulk North’s Bohannon Seals Magical Year In Track M adison B ohannon did at 2737. something extraordinary during Ebert (400) and Lyons (100 her eighth-grade year at North hurdles) had first-place perfor- Davie. mnnces, while Ebert, O’Brien, Shestarredonvolleyballand Allen and Schweter won the basketball teams that went unde­ feated, and she was the only one to play on both teams. In track & field, she capped her year by breaking the conference record in the 200-meter dash. With help from Zella Evert, Kaylx Lyons, McKenzie Bam- eycastle,SamanthaHoglen, Hai­ ley FulklGracie O ’Brien, Emma 1600 relay. Of all the North winners, Alien is the only one who is-a seventh grader. O'Brien was second in the 400. Ebert, O’Brien, Hoglen and BridgettTiemey were second in the 800 relay. Ellis w inners: Aiiie O rgnon an d S a v an n a h E verett. . So how did she respond when coach Jane Brooks placed her in the 800 in the big meet? She daz­ zled, winning first with a team- best time of 2:47.36. She was three seconds from the school record (2:44.12) set in 2000. ‘I put Sadie in the 800 be- Allie Orgnon.an eighth gfad- AUen and Jam ie Schw eter, er at Ellis, nailed down a perfect North was the runaway winner season in the mile with a time of in the conference meet with 151 6:07.34. She owns the school points. Asheboro was second record at 5:53. at 123. Eighth-grader Savannah Ev- The W ildcats captured first erette claimed the high-jum p cause I knew she could place in for the third straight year and title with a 4-5. She placed first it,” Brooks said. “I truly believe the sixth time in seven years, or second in every meet. Sadiecould place in anything I Theyhaven’tbeenbeatenortied “Both girls are strong leaders put her in. Previously she was since 2010. on our team, and they helped onarelay team of four runners, A nd they kept the streak train seventh graders to take gaining us a max of five points, going without two key athletes their places next year,” coach while first place in solo events who were out with illnesses.' Becky Little said after the duo ’ at the conference meet gains “D epth up and dow n the led Ellis to third place. the team 10 points. So giving lineup helped us win this meet GettingsecondforElIiswerc her the opportunity to eam the again,” coach Don Tabat said, seventh-graders Anna Dever * team more points on her own “We placed athletes in all 15 eaux (long jum p) and Em ily was a no-brainer. Herresponse ND s Zella E bert, G racie O ’Brien and E m m aA IIen North s Kaylx Lyons. WS o uth ’s S ad ie M oses.N orth's M adison B ohannon and H ailey Fulk. events and had at least two girls Pender (mile) and eighth-grader ..earn places in nine of 10 indi- Everette (800). The 1600 relay vidual events.” team - Hannah Ruble, Ana Pick- B ohannon, B am eycastle, ett, Emily Pender and Taylor Hoglen and Fulk took first and Tremblay - also finished second, broke the conference record • in the 400 relay with a time of 52.98. Bohannon was first and set a new league record in the 200 Leading up to the conference meet, South Davie eighth-grader Sadie Moses didn't run the 800 a single time. when I let her know about the switch >yas: ‘OK. I’ll try.’ She’s rock solid. I hate she’s leaving South in a few weeks.’’ Seventh-grader Lauren Long took second in the shot put as South finished fourth as a team. M ary Ellen Lewis was fifth in the 165 hurdles, but she did break the school record at 31.35. CH AD C A R P E N T E R ’S „ - ^ r o V T U N D R A / Ellis Baseball Advances T h e EU is baseb all team breezed to the conference tour­ nament final, extending its win­ ning streak to eight and giving the Jaguars the m ost wins in four years. Second-seeded H lis and No. I North Davidson will meet for the cham pionship on M ay 16 at 6:30 pjn . at North Davidson High. The Jaguars are trying to win' a title for the first time since 2009. In the first round of the tour­ nament, Brandon Horton went 3 for 4 with two RBIs as Ellis whipped visiting Ledford, the No. 7 seed, by a score of 13-3. “Horton has been a great addition,” coach Mike Dinkins said. “He was home schooled last year. I made a switch sev­ eral games ago and put him at leadoff, and he’s been hot ever since.” Cameron Thonias was the otherJaguarw ith multiple hits, going 2 for 4 . Jam es Boyle pitched five innings and Tyier Roberts worked a scoreless sixth as Ellis ended the game early via the 10-run rule. The Jaguars overwhelm ed another opponent in the semifi­ nals, beating No. 6 Central Da­ vidson 10-0 at home. The game lasted four and a half innings. Central had advanced by up­ setting third;seeded Tyro. Roberts highlighted the at­ tack with a hom e run. Honon (four innings) and Boyle (one in­ ning) combined on the shutout. Ellis will carry a 13-3 record into the title game. Dinkins, the only coach in Ellis history, is 64-25 in six years. iefs & Dates Davie Wrestling Camp The Davie County Wrestling Camp will be June 25-29 at CombatAthletics, 182 Farmington Road, Mocksville. Registration by June 7 is $65. Email Josh Stanley at joshstanley@combat-athleiic.com. Registration after Ju n e7 is $75. Alumni Football Game June I Davie will play an alumni football game at West Rowan on June I at 7 p.m. The alumni team is selling tickets at Smith Grove Fire Dept, each day from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. or at Davie High until May 31. H alf the proceeds from pre-sell tickets will benefit Davie High. IVi-Cats Baseball Camp The Tri-Cats Baseball Camp will be held June 24-27 from 9:30 a.m.-noon at Rich Park. The camp is forages 6-15. The cost is $75. Davie baseball coach Bobby Byerly is the camp director. , JunlorDennisLeagueSignups Tlce MocksviUe-Davie Parks and Recreation Department is taking registration for its Jr. Tennis League for rising seventh-eighth graders and ninth-12th graders. The cost is $15. Bring two cans of balls. The league is scheduled to start May 30. The deadline to register is May 24. Forms are available at the rec department. Call 753-6740. Cooleemee Civitan GoIfTournament At Foxwood T h e se v e n th -an n u a l C ooleem ee C ivitan g o lf to u rn am en t w ill be M ay 18 at Foxwood GolfClub in Woodleaf.The captain’s choice will begin at I p.m. Registration and lunch will start at noon.The entry fee is $50 per person. Cash prizes are $200 for first place, S150 for second and $100 for third. To enter a team, call DqvidJordan (336-909-2192), Edgar Osborne (336-655-8937), ©n/wvu so'2, David Hancock (284-2821) or Freddie Carter (284-6257) James IIIing Scholarship Golf Tournament The James Illing Scholarship golf tournament will be May 18 at 9 a.m. at Fox Den Country Club in Statesville. The cost is $65 per person or $260 per team. Sons Chad and Doug filing and fellow coaches are raising money to give a scholarship to a Davie High football player in honor of James Illing. Contact Chad Illing at 704-728-8151 or Doug Illing at 336-692-7500. Mocksvillc-Davie Track & Field Games Hershey's Track & Field Games, sponsored by Ihe Mocksville-Davie Parks and Recreation De­ partment, will be held June 4 at 6:30 psn. at a location to be announced. There is no charge for this event. This is for boys and girls ages 9-14. Form ore information, call 753-6740. WHAT I DIP OM MY SUMMER VACATIOMi* HOMEY, HOWEV HOMEY. THE EMP HEYy HE PLAGIARIZED ME. TH1$ WILL. SG SEPARATE CHECKS WHOA1 WHOA, WHOA! 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He™es ANAfcfcQTT AN'COSTEOO SpeciAiON THEM T MO,TOPSfSSKfI ROMS m t p w r a /Al) SA;i?£jT2>tS AW, MAH! W O T A G A IN .' LOOK, e v e r y o n e ; A BEACHED W H A LE' OLHCK' L E T ’5 G E T HIM BACK IN T H E W A TER .' J U S T WHEN YOU THINK YOU’RE A T THE T O P OF THE F O O P CHAIN, i T-KUK-lIy TyTcTi DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 ■ Cl Odyssey Of The Mind Davie High Sophom ores Going to World Finals Seven Davie sophomores are preparing for a trip to Michigan Slate University next week to compete in the World Odyssey of the Mind Fi­ nals. Tlie group earned a spot in the competition when they finished second in the slate at a com­ petition in Greenville in April. Coach, the Rev. David Smith Jr., jokes that he was “hired’* to coach by his son, Hampton, who has been involved in Odyssey since he was in third grade. Hampton is one of the seven who have spent hours practicing, building the set, working on costumes, writing dialogue and developing the characters in their presentation ARTchitccture: The Musical. They will make - their, presentation during the finals. May 23-25 at the university in East Lansing, com peting. against hundreds of teams from more than 30 countries. Odyssey of the Mind is an international pro­ gram that provides creative problem-solving op­ portunities for students who take problems rang­ ing from building mechanical devices to present­ ing their own interpretations of literary works, and using creativity, come up with the solutions to those problems.Those solutions are what they present in competitions. Smith said all aspects o f curriculum - math, physics, history, drama, English, technology, and science - are involved in the solution. In ARTchitecture: The M usical, the team had to create a replica of a documented architectural m ii'l mmx.n\ I t # ' ' * 1 D avie High O dy ssey of th e Mind te am m em b ers h e a d e d to th e W orld Finals include, from left: R ach el B aker, Brooke Sm ith, Please See Odyssey - Page C2 M elanie Fichiaios, Jo sh L ancaster, N oah M acD oneII an d H am pton Sm ith. N ot pictured: M organ Fuller. I f j f f t A rturo M aure c h e ck s his p roject for plum b during th e SkiIIsUSA sta te com petition.A m ber M yers w orks to w ard s h er fifth p lace s ta te finish in C arpentry 1. DHS Students Place In State Job Skills Competition Davie High School Skill- sUSA club (formerly V1CA) took six members to the largest showcase of career and techni­ cal education at the SkilIsUSA North Carolina Stale Confer­ ence on April‘2 at the Greens­ boro Coliseum and Koury Con­ vention Center in Greensboro. More than 2,500 students, teachers, and industry members attended the annual Leadership and Skills Conference. Tliere were more than 1,800 high school and post-secondary stu­ dents competing in over 100 hands-on trade, technical and leadership contests. Each year the contests span more than 95 trade areas from construction, automotive, and welding to drafting, public safety and cosmetology. Each contest is run according to busi­ ness and industry standards and is supported by more than 100 business and industry partners. These student competi­ tors are prepared with the skills America needs and are ready to become leaders in the workforce. To download a list of. competitive events taking place, visit SkillsUSAticx>rg. Amber Myers competed in Carpentry I which consisted of measuring, cutting, and con- tructing a wren house given a "me constraint of three hours, e placed fifth in the state out ! . ? « -!Hf-I' ,ef" D avie High M asonry com petitors, from left: Jac o b Stew art, T ravis M cD aniel, A rturo M oure, M att McK- night, C harlie Ferrell, D avid O sborne. M ark M cK night (carpentry) an d M att M cK night (m asonry), D H S instructors. of 31 competitors. This was Davie High's highest finish in more than 10 years. Charlie Ferrell, Arturo Moure and David Osbome competed in the M asonry 2 competition in which fj^ey had to construct a brick and block comer wall with specific de­ sign requirements within three hours. They were judged on level, plumb, tooling and final product. Out o f 62 competitors, Arturo Moure finished U th, David Osborne finished 14th and Charlie Ferrell finished 23rd. Travis McDaniel and Jacob Stewart competed ir. the M a­ sonry I competition in which they had to construct a brick I com er with a two hour dead- cationFund.Thioughtheirsup- line. They were also judged on port these students were able to level, plumb, tooling and final participate in this experience, product. Local businesses also provided The students and staff thank support, experience, and ad- lhe Davie Community Founda- vice. lion's Three Musketeers Edu- j Cl - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE R ECO RD , Tlm rsdny, M ay 16,2013 D a v i s - F r e e m a n E n g a g e m e n t A n n o u n c e d Randy C. and Melissa Davis of Mocksville announce the en­ gagement of their daughter, Ashleigh Dawn Davis to Jonathan Phillip Freeman, son of Shane Freeman Sr. of Niantic, III. and Roberta Freeman of Kemcrsville. The bride-elect is a 2012 graduate of Davie County Early Col­ lege. She holds an associate degree in general education and is pursuing a degree in nursing. The groom-to-be is a 2012 graduate of Wood Memorial High School in Oakland, Ind. He is serving in the United States Army as a calvary scout, and is stationed at Ft. Wainwright, Fairbanks, Alaska. A July wedding is planned. The couple will reside in Fairbanks. Craft Judging Thursday TIiose interested in becom­ ing a member of the Davie County Crafts Association and participating in the Craft Show at the Brock Gym in Novem­ ber should bring craft items to 'the Davie County Public Li­ brary meeting room on Thurs­ day, M ay 16. at 6 p.m. Bring three items in each category to be judged. The items will be judged that evening and should be picked up afterwards. Direct questions to Mary CranfilI 284-2726, Janice Jen­ kins (910) 956-6067 or Annette Picklesimmer (336) 425-5335. If there are enough qualified applicants, this could be the only judging for the year. Kirk Scholarship Being Established Amemorial scholarship fund has recently been established to honor the late Ron Kirk. The fund has been created through the Davie Communi­ ty Foundation with donations from former students with the goat to raise $10,000 to fund an annual $500 scholarship for a deserving senior wrestler or football player at Davie High School. “Kirk dedicated his life to the development of youth in our community and this scholar­ ship will serve as a memorial to his efforts and the efforts of all the educators in our communi­ ty who strive to impart not only knowledge, but confidence, de­ termination and work ethic into every one of their students,” said Kevin Robinson. Those interested can con­ tribute to the fund through the foundation by mentioning “Coach Ron Kirk Scholarship” in the note section of a check. Checks can be mailed to: Davie Community Founda­ tion, PO Box 546,194 Wilkes- boro St1 Mocksville, NC 27028 A Facebook page was cre­ ated to inform the communi­ ty of progress. The group is called “Coach Ron Kirk Me­ morial" and can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/ CoacURonKirkMeniorial. H is to r ic a l S o c i e t y N e x t M e e tin g S c h e d u l e d F o r T h u r s d a y , J u n e 2 7 The Davie County Histor­ ical and Genealogical Society members thank everyone who stopped by their booth at the Daniel Boone Family Festival and those that look the tours, and to Mike and Margaret Cevasco for opening their home for tours. The society will not have a H i l l - H o l l i f i e l d E n g a g e m e n t A n n o u n c e d The Rev. Larry Hollilicld and Brenda Hollifield of Mocksville announce the engagement of their son, Ethan Luke Hollifield to Sarah Catherine Hill, daughter of Doug and Laurie Hill of Avon Lake, Ohio. They were engaged on Dec. 1,2012. The groom-to-be is a 2009 graduate of Davie High School. He will graduate from Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn. in Decem­ ber with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies. He is employed with Food Lion and Chick-fil*A. The bride-elect is a 2011 graduate of Avon Lake High School. She plans to graduate from Lee University in December 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in English education. She is employed with Chick-fil-A as a marketing assistant. The couple will be married on Saturday, June I at 3 p.m. at North Cleveland Baptist in Cleveland, Tenn. Odyssey.. C ondnuod From Page C l structure that was built between 1,000 AD and 1,600 AD and include a performance about three works of art that were sto­ len and the quest to find them. When found, the works of art had to be incorporated into the architectural replica. The performance must in­ clude two songs with original lyrics that are accompanied by som e type of choreographed movement, and all must be done within the eight-minute tim e limit. Their budget was no more than $125. They will be given a sponta­ neous problem at the competi­ tion, for which they arc unable to prepare, but must use their creativity to think on their feet and come up with a solution. Because o f the large cost involved in taking the team to Michigan, Smith and the team haye sought and secured about half of the funding necessaiy to get them there, but are desper­ ate to raise more. “Our goal is to raise $10,000, which will cover our World Fi­ nals participation and travel expenses. Also, we’ve decided that five percent of the money we raise will be set aside for the formation of a county wide OM team start-up fund for years to come. We want to help other students be a part of this won­ derful experience,” he said. A fund has been created at Davie High to receive tax-de­ ductible contributions, and Smith said any amount is great­ ly appreciated. Members of the team are Hampton Smith, Rachel Bak­ er, Brooke Summers, Morgan Fuller, Josh Lancaster, Noah MacDonell, and Melanie Fichi- alos. M u d p y e s P a r e n t s S e e k i n g V e n d o r s F o r Y a r d S a l e The Mudpyes Parent Asso- chasing a space should contact ciation will host a yard sale at Ashley at 336-705-2253, $15 the Brock on Jime I. for one parking space $25 for Those interesting in pur- a double. * All-State Chorus S ix s tu d e n ts fro m N o rth D a v ie p a rtic ip a te d in th e N C M id d le S c h o o l A ll-S ta te C h o ru s a t th e G r e e n s ­ b o ro W a r M e m o ria l A u d ito riu m o n A pril 2 6 a n d 2 7 , from , left: fro n t - K a tie A llen , H a n n a h N e w m a n , K ristin a L a k e y (six th g r a d e c h o ir); b a c k - C h o ra l D ire c to r A n n a N e w m a n , M o rg a n G a r n e r a n d J u lz S o u th (S A T B C h o ir) a n d K a tie H in e s (six th g r a d e c h o ir). Advance regular meeting in May on the fourth Thursday but will meet again on June 27 at 7 pjn. in the Davie County Public Li­ brary. Marie Roth and Larry Campbell will have the pro­ gram about how to research ancestors on the internet. The public is invited. Tandscape ^ J — » V - J Residential and Commercial Full Landscape & Lawncare Services M o w in g • P lu g g in g & S e e d in g • F ertilizing M u lc liin g • P ru n in g .P la n t In stallatio n P a v erS id ew alk s & P a tio s L ic e n se d in P estic id e A p p lica tio n "BEAUTIFYING THE TRIAD FOR 30 YEARS" S c o tt P a w lik - O w n e r (3 3 6 ) 7 5 1 -4 4 5 2 S Z a c K n lg lft (3 3 6 ) 4 6 2 -2 8 3 7 By Edith Zim m erm an Advance Correspondent On Saturday, May 3 "Bo" and Mona Potts and their fami­ ly attended a Dash ballgame in Winston-Salem. The Dash won 10 to I. Attending were Lisa and Barron Church, Shannon and Stephanie Mathis and sons Caleb and Connor Mathis. On Saturday, May 11 the group at­ tended an engagement party for grandson Josh Church and fian- c£e Heather Casper at the home of the bride-to-be’s mother at 5:30 p.m. in Mocksville. An overflow of area people attended the memorial service for Angie Browder SIabach Saturday afternoon at Method­ ist church. We extend deepest sympathy to the family. M other’s Day was observed at Advance United Method­ ist Church -Sunday with each mother given a carnation. The chancel choir did special mu­ sic. Doug Spry sang a solo during the offertoiy, titled "Look What I’ve Traded ForA Mansion." Many out-of-town visitors were present for the worship service. Beth Ward Beidler of Ra­ leigh was present with her mother and father Fances and Dave Ward. Todd Gregory and his girl friend Stephanie Nagel were present for his mother Wilma Lou and father Melvin Gregory. Tommy DeLucia and son Addison of Clemmons were present for his mother Leila and father Rick DeLucia. Tracy Spiy of Winston-Sa- Iem was at church with her mother and father Joan and Doug Spry. Tracy is a tran­ scription pathologist at Baptist. In the afternoon the Spry fam­ ily visited Joan's mother Alnia Kale in Winston-Salem along with many other relatives, with one lady coming from Idaho. Brenda Zimmerman and friend Faith Humphreys of Glen Cove, N.Y. arrived Friday to spend the weekend with Bren­ da’s mother Edith Zimmerman. On Saturday Faith’s daughter and family of Charlotte came to visit. They were Elizabeth McGregor, husband Sandy and their sons Will and Ben McGregor. A lawn luncheon given by Brenda was enjoyed in Edith’s back yard recreation area for the visitors. Tours of the J.E.B. Shutt's old home- place followed the lunch. Janie Hendrix was among the group. Later Janie went to Salisbury to help celebrate a birthday for her daughter, Amanda H. Fortin. On Sunday everyone attended church with Edith. The church congregation presented Edith with a potted plant of red and pink lilies. Long distance tractor trail­ er driver Dale Myers was not able to get home to his mother Anna Lee Myers for Mother Day. He has severe bronchi­ tis, and other complications and was not able to complete his assigned trip to California. He goes to California every two weeks via central states and midwest, alternating routes. He went to the doctor and was put on antibiotics and an in­ haler, was told to go home and get rest before this turned, into pneumonia. He lives in Mount Aity. Anna Lee was disappoint­ ed he couldn’t be home but said she did not want his sickness in her weakened condition. A lat­ er M other’s Day celebration is in the making. We wish Dale a speedy recovery. , £utn)n * 50% Olf Program with.FREE Start- Up; Kit • ‘ "and Free Consultation • ■ v » BodyW faps I for $74-99 pr 2 for 129.99 . -One Hour Swedish or Deep Tissue. ‘Massage Dnly $45! * ^ sen© H f f l v tRR L Y Jl H l L L S I ?33 W. Jo)® Alexander Blvd. j UiiUneM wwit.b^hiilsweighlb^ I Port-a-Pit May 18 1 1 :0 0 a a n .-4 K X ) p a n . £hicken, Slaw; Baked Beans, IWl & Dessert Benefits Fork Student Ministries F o r k B a p t i s t Q i u r d i 3140 US Hwy 64 EpMocksville (33 6) 9 98 -8 30 6 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 - C3 Celebrating 180 Years Jerusalem Plans Revival Jerusalem Baptist Church, 3203 US 601 S., Mocksville, will hold revival M ay 19-22. Services will be at 6:30 p.m. Sunday ant at 7 p.m. Monday-Wednesday. Speakers will be Dave Wilcox, Teny West, Michael Taylor and Eddie Spiy. Offerings will be taken for a Brazil mission trip. G r a n t C e l e b r a t i n g A n n i v e r s a r y <* The Rev. Dr. Jamie Grant will celebrate his 17th pastoral an­ niversary at New Patterson Grove Faith Church in East Bend on Sunday. “I have been truly blessed with a loving congregation who believes in reaching up to God while reaching out to mankind,” Gram said. “Longevity is something that is uncommon, especially in ministry. To pastor the same church for 17 years is a tremen­ dous blessing. I thank my wife, his family and friends for being a very strong pillow of support.” W e s l e y C h a p e l B r e a k f a s t S a tu r d a y A ham and sausage breakfast with all the trimmings will be held from 6:30-10 a.m. Saturday, May 18 at Wesley Chapol Unit­ ed Methodist Church. Donations of $7 are suggested.Fir,st U n ite d C h u rc h o f M o ck sv ille, s h o w n h e r e in a p h o to fro m T h e G ra y S m ith C o lle c tio n , will c e le b r a te d its 1 8 0 th y e a r w ith h o m e c o m in g a n d a n o ld -fa s h io n e d s in g -a -lo n g o n S u n d a y , M ay 19. S e r v ic e s will b e a t 8 :3 0 a n d 1 0 :4 0 a .m ., w ith th e R ev . D o n R o u th a s th e h o m e c o m in g p re a c h e r. P a s t F a r m i n g t o n M e t h o d i s t T O c h o ir m e m b e r s will b e a p a rt o f th e H o m e c o m in g C h o ir. A fe llo w s h ip c o v e re d - d is h m e a i will b e s e r v e d a t 12:30 p .m . C e l e b r a t e H o m e c o m i n g Farmington United Methodist Church homecoming will be Sunday, May 19. This is special as the church celebrates home­ coming on Pentecost Sunday with Bishop Larry Goodpaster of the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church. In commemoration of Pentecost, members and visitors are invited to wear red along with a color or symbol of your coun­ try of origin. Following worship, a covered dish meal will be hosted in the fellowship hall. Everyone is invited. Y a r d S a l e A t C a l v a r y B a p t i s t Calvary Baptist Church, Davie Academy Road, Mocksville, will hold a yard sale on Saturday, May 18 from 7 a.m.-noon in the fellowship hall. Proceeds will go to mission work. V e n d o r s S o u g h t F o r F e s t i v a l J u n e 1 5 A t M t . S i n a i A M E Mt. Srnai AM E Church, 488 Peoples Creek Road, Advance, will hold a church festival on Saturday, June 15 from IO a.m.-5 p.m. Craft vendors are needed: call 336-764-0071 (day) or 336- 682-6212 (night). M i s s i o n a r y D a y A t S h i l o h Missionary Day at Shiloh Baptist Church, Depot Street, Mocks- ville, will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 19. Selena Barker of Refuge T h e se p eo p le w alked through D ow ntew n M ocksville on April 2 7 offering p ray ers for ab o u t an h ou r a n d a half. Community Church will be the guest speaker. r »--wv-v Prayers Lifted During Downtown Walk N e w J e r u s a l e m P a s t o r a l A n n i v e r s a r y F r i d a y , S u n d a y O n Saturday, A pril 27, a with eight D avie residents at E ast C hurch Street and group o f m en from “R iver "prayer w alked” D ow ntow n N orth M ain Street and con- to the N ations M inistries" M ocksville.. tinued until 11:30. out o f W inston-Salem , along A t 10 a jn . the w alk started There w as scripture read Crossword Puzzle Watery Conclusions I ACROSS 1."Thou not..." 6. Invader of old Roma 10. Cyberjunk 14. "Lookout- I" 15. "Dancing Queen" pop group 16. “Beloved1* writer Morrison 17. Turn-of-the-cen1u<y decor 19. Safehavena 20. Zebras, to Hons 21. Teensy 23. Part of a ship's rigging 27. Stove feature 26. Goofs 29. SeIes of tennis 32. Star's rep 33. Fodder storers 34. Beatty of "Deliverance" 37. Talk back to 36. Bar fare 39. Lower-left phone button 40. Coast Guard officer below LTJG 41. Sweetie 42. Assault on Troy, e.g. 43. Puta up 45. Paintings on walls 46. Elks and Uons 48. Purse items 49. "Eh Cumpari" singer Julius 51. The middle-sized bear 52. Comics Iightbulb 53. French statesman nicknamed "Le Tlgro” 59. Well-executed 60. Get ]aded 61. Unlagged? 62. Bearded beasts E Anwiun ProfHgmtwm ConMnt 63. Nostradamus, e.g. 64. On top of things DOWN 1. Entrepreneur- aiding org. 2. Boating pronoun 3. Cockpit datum: Abbr. 4. Actor Chaney 5. Divided In halves 6. Judge's rapper 7. Do as directed 8. Pending, on a sched. 9. Fisherman's take 10. Sign of bad reception 11. Blend of two words 12. Common sprain site 13. Silas Marner. e.g. 16. 'The Haj" author 22. InfIammatorysuffix 23. Poke fun at 24. The Phantom's ‘ instrument 25. Media news source 26. Princes, e.g.- 28. Marathon's 26+ 30. Skin care brand 31. Nonverbal affirmation 33. Concrete ingredient 35. Sharp-eyed raptor 36. Vera Wang creation 38. Sun, personified 39. Knights' titles . 41. Greet the villain 42. Stephen Fester title girl and prayers offered through­ out the w alk. - The group Pastor Nettye Ijames-Borber’s 13th pastoral anniversary ser- prayed for churches, nursing vice at New Jerusalem Apostolic Church, 291 Campbell Road, hom es, and m inistries in Da- Mocksville, will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 17 and at II vie County. Prayer was of- a-m. and 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 19. fered for the people of Davie, the governor, the nation and president, and forgiveness of the country. D uring the walk a wom ­ an stopped and praised the group for praying, and asked for prayer for her sick son. Im m ediately, prayer was lift­ ed up for both of them . The group enjoyed the fel­ lowship* with each other and especially the presence of the Holy Spirit uniting each one. There was talk o f another prayer walk for M ocksville in the future. 44. Maritime hazards in WWII 45. Silent performar 46. Hold tight 47. Burdened 48. Whlp-cracker 50. Does something 51. "A bagatellel" 54. Fairway position 55. Moon Jumper of rh^me 56. LAX posting 57. Tire filler 58. Beehive State native Sudoku P o o r M a n ’s S u p p e r M a y 2 3 A t C o o l e e m e e M e t h o d i s t CooIeemee United Methodist Church, 197 Main St., will hold a poor m an's supper, eat in or take out, beginning at 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 23. The menu will include hotdogs and all the fixings for a donation for the Cooleemee Pool Project. Everyone is welcome. J u b i l a t i o n E x p e r i e n c e T o B e n e f i t S c h o l a r s h i p F u n d The Le Jour de Femmes on Saturday, May 18 at 6 p.m. Club will present '4A Jubilation at South Davie Middle School. Experience” of song and praise Tickets are $10 and will be sold at the door. 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Honrs to participate are: IO a.m.-noon, noon-2 p.m. nnd 2-4 p.m. Hope to see you all there. At the grandparents’ home of Recce Almond, a celebra­ tion of his 6th birthday was held with friends and family. The kids had lots of fun with the bouncing castle and water guns. Almond’s grandparents are Tommy and Hellen Day- walt and his parents arc Chris and Jessica Almond. The Coolcemee Historical Association had its Kid’s Chore Lessons on Wednesday, May 8 for the first graders at Cooleo- mee Elementar)'. v The kids walk in n long line to Cross Street and the Historic Miil House. When you walk in the house you step back in time to 1934 and the chore lessons arc geared around that time. The kids learn quickly that if they were, cold or needed to coofc food they had to chop down trees for the kindling to make a fire. Clothes were often washed in a black pot in the back yard and if they were real dirty they boiled the clothes to work on those tuff stains. Since back then most every­ one raised chickens, and pigs, the children experienced col­ lecting eggs, feeding the chick­ ens and learned what it meant to cure ham or dry and can veg­ etables. Even though it was a bit muddy from all of the recent rains, eaclt kid experienced hoeing in a garden and later planted an onion bulb. Lyc soap, washboards and buckets of water provided a washing station where each child washed some cloth, Please Scc Coolcenicc - Page CIO m b s im m m m m C o oleem ee E lem entary first g ra d ers learn how to h o e a g ard en from th e C o o leem ee H istorical A ssociation. wm S tep hanie M cD aniel a n d a stu d e n t g e t a lesso n in canning from Lynn R um leyR honda Bralkowski v olu nteers a t th e clo th es line Lynn R um ley holds up a string of dried g reen b e a n s, know n a s "Leather B ritches ‘w m M ilayah C hunn g e ts an onion to p la n t Mark Sm ith d em o n strates how to u se a saw Jm '.M S K S m t R e e c e A lm ond h a s a birthday party S atu rday with g u e sts S h a h e em an d N ijayah Finger, E van and G ag e <■'W hitaker, C harlie Dayvand Ja c o b Hatley.Evelyn G oheen p ractices m ilking. B lake S tok es and Lgriden N ichols learn how to lead a cow . Pino DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD1Thursday, May 16,2013 • C5 By Katie Collette Ptno Correspondent Venturing out for a good breakfast to the Wesley Chapel Fellowship Hall with the early morning sun. square upon your face and the teeny tiny green plumes of com coming up all around you, like this Saturday morning, can call for some pre- trip planning. An early morn­ ing wake up call is helpful. A friendly smile to get you no­ ticed is good and it’s also good for getting you lots of seconds. A hungry tummy is necessary and a pleasant drive through the country is a happy requirement. And sometimes, when a spe­ cial occasion rolls around, pre­ planning for a Sunday morn­ ing church hour just calls for something extra. Like a hat. As when Wesley Chapel Church held its first wear your favorite ‘ hat day four years ago. And as when Wesley Chapel Church will hold its much anticipated, way better than the same deli­ cious monthly breakfast menu homecoming event, this June 2. Please come and share in this event with everybody. TTie hats and the food will be great. But my, oh my, if only I had a hat like those wom by the ladies of Wesley. Chapel Church on July 29; 1951. On tluit historical date when all the attendees were decked out in their Sunday finest, a new era for the Pino community shined through its doors. Like a jeweled yellow iris facing the sun and 25 stained glass windows ready to catch im­ maculate light, the new build­ ing of Wesley Chapel Church beamed. Construction finished and the church body ready for the Lord’s message to provide it with strength, that July 29th was homecoming for Wesley Chapel’s worshippers and the dedication of its new building in commendable Pino style. Long before that momen­ tous day, however, in 1852 or so, our. ancestors o f Pino, wor­ shipping in a small log church about three miles west, were asking the ;Lord for guidance and wondering how many pine trees to cut to build a more sol­ id worship building. By the his­ tory notes, it is known that they were asking for this new place of worship to be more accom­ modating. And for the place to have softer, more attractive seats than the unaccommodat­ ing hand-hewn, not user friend­ ly, logs. “The seats were logs split in half,” the history book says. “The flat side used to sit upon, with rough legs on the bottom.” As told by Mary McMahan in a double spaced, typewrit­ ten history of Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, Da­ vie County, NC, 1972 found several Sunday mornings ago while rumbling through a bot­ tom file drawer in the refresh­ ment room, I discovered sever­ al answers as to how our elders found theirs. “In 1886 Jane Brock Mc­ Mahan deeded two and a- half acres of land for a church and cemetery on which the present church stands.” Before Wesley’s present- day church, though, "The first church crected was a frame building. In the words of Rev. W.L. Grissom’s book, ‘History of Methodism in Davie Coun­ ty/ I quote: "The Wesley Cha­ pel Church is an elegant coun­ try church neatly painted inside and out with a nice bell tower." Too many repairs became needed and uIn the spring of 1946 the congregation of Wes­ ley Chapel Church would have to disband as a church or they would have to put up a new building in which to worship. The old one room building was unsafe and inadequate.” A building committee was established. A letter was written seeking help from the Duke En­ dowment. Wesley could raise S(OJ)OO. Duke would prob­ ably give $3,500. The building would cost $15,000. “In the early part o f .1947.the men of the church began to cut and haul the trees.” I learned Sunday morning the sawmill for thi$ process was located about three miles away and some logs were so big it some­ times took two tractors to pull one log. But continuing with the history book, “The build­ ing contract was let to ’a local carpenter, Dewey Dixon, who donated much of hts labor.” The name Dewey Dixon halted my reading. One of my treasures in my home is an in­ herited, black varnished kitch­ en table and two high-back benches made by Dewey Dixon and given to my grandparents upon the completion of their new house in Mocksville which then, the middle 20s, was still ‘way ouUn the country.’ Igrew up eating meals at this table. I recall things like tomato pud­ ding, potato soup, bowls of rice with butter, creasy greens, fatback strips, biscuits, honey, bread pudding, sweet tea, jokes and funny and serious conver­ sations. “The excavation for. the basement was made August, 1948,” Mary McMahan’s histo­ ry continues. “The actual build­ ing began in March, 1949.” “The new church was built beside the old one and the old one was used for worship un­ til Sept. 4, 1949. It was sold at auction to Walter Dull for $50. By Oct. 4, 1949, it was tom away.” “The Pino Grange Hall was used to worship in for a few weeks until the new building was completed. The pews, or­ gan, pulpit desk, and table were put into the new church until new ones could be bought.” "The first service was held in the new church in Novem­ ber, 1949, by the pastor, the Rev. John Oakley. The dedi­ cation of the church was held Sunday, July 29,1951.” Wesley Chapel Church of Pino has shared many good sermons and seen many Sun­ day hats come through its doors since that July day. In anticipa­ tion of its homecoming June 2, you are invited to come and share in yet another day upon which the blessings of the Lord arc sought. But back to those hats again. This Sunday moming there were no hats wom on Mother’s Day but each one of those long stemmed red roses every moth­ er received during the Three Fold Amen was a gift represen­ tative o f motherly love. And where did one special mother get- to enjoy M other’s Day lunch? Our group took her to a restaurant off the Blue Ridge Parkway. Fried green pickles with blue cheese dip and broccoli cheese soup with crackers laid in a paper hotdog wrapper, tomato topped quar­ ter pound Angus burgers and grilled chicken sandwiches -so big the chicken hung outside W esley C h ap el m oth ers N ancy Collette, N ora L atham , Betty W est an d M arie Miller. i l m C h eck out th o se h ats from 1951 a t W esley C h ap el, from left: M rs. H.L. Shelton holding K enny Shelton, L.L. Miller, M rs. F.R. M cM ahan, th e Rev. Jo h n O akley, M rs. J.H .S w in g , P a sto r J.H . Sw ing, and M rs. C.F. G raves. the super thick bun, perfect salted fries in a red checkered cloth basket, excellent tea and after all that, dessert was not . even thought about. Bob Ellis, wje’re happy to say from last week’s news of his car accident, is better. Usu­ ally wearing the best looking hat of all, a tall white chef's hat while cooking for the Wes­ ley Chapel monthly breakfasts, Sunday Bob came decked out in a black jacket and simple white tee shirt topped by an un­ movable tall white neck brace. A stitched up dark red wound on his forehead completed the look. Involved in an accident at the Farmington Crossroads caution light when a vehicle pulled out in front of him, Bob gives this advice: go ex­ tra' slow through that caution light. Thankful that the airbags deployed for his safety, his ve­ hicle was a total loss. Again, Wesley Chapel’s homecoming is June 2,11 a.m. Saturday, May 18,6:30-10 it.m. is the delicious menu commu­ nity breakfast and you are in­ vited. Clues for the Pino news call 751-2296 or email pino- newsW ©gmail.com. Farminston By L aura M athls Farmington Correspondent The Farmington Farmers Market got off to a great start Saturday as a number of vend­ ers came out with a good selec­ tion of items including plants, jam s and local honey, goal milk soap, fresh baked goods, fresh eggs and early vegetables. This year the market welcomes Two Sisters Specialty Meats with locally raised, grass fed, hor- mone-free meats such as ; beef, lamb, and pork and soon goat and rabbit. Another new vendor is Crater Farms from Harmony with plants and arrangements. The Farmington Farmers Mar­ ket will be open every Saturday frorfi 8 a.m.-noon at the Farm­ ington Community Center. After visiting the market, you may want to walk the track, play some tennis, do some bird watching or take a hike on the new Farmington Nature Trail behind the community cen­ ter. Support our local growers whiie supporting a healthier you. Vendor space is available for a small fee. Call\?98-2912. Seniors from the Davie Se­ nior Services in Farmington have started a new club, the S en ior Program D irector with senior g a rd en ers David "Shorty" B ow les and C harles A kers. Farmington Senior Garden Club. Members planted vegeta­ bles in the raised beds. A peren­ nial flower bed was included for those that enjoy watching the butterflies, hum m ingbirds,. and taking home some fresh cuttings. The club was stoned to encourage seniors to be healthier by getting outside to enjoy nature, getting exercise in the garden, and to be able to enjoy the benefits of work- * ing in the garden by taking home fresh produce. Members sign up for gardening chores and spend time working in the garden on Tuesdays and Thurs­ days or when weather permits. Seniors choose which chores are most appropriate for their strengths and skills so they'll not over do it. It seems to make gardening more fun and safe when you have others to share ideas with and to help with the gardening chores. If you are a senior who enjoys gardening and would like to join, contact Darlene Sheets at 998-3730. FridaylMay 17 at 10:30 a.m., the Davie Senior Center will enjoy special guest, John Cau­ dle, who will speak about his years in service as part of the senior’s celebration of Armed Forces Day. Senior Financial Care is providing free financial consultations for seniors at the community center each month. These consultations arc confi­ dential. You can call to sched­ ule an appointment at (336) '896-1328. The Farmington Bluegrass Jam will welcome the Deep Roots Band Friday, May 17 at the Farmington Community Center. WiIey Stanford, M ay­ nard Surratt, Ike and Maxine Hayes specialize in American Roots music and put on a great show. Doors will be open and food will be available at 6 p.m. Music starts at 7 and cost will be a $5 donation to the Farm­ ington Community Center. The FridayNightBluegrassJam has provided the community with a place to gather for some great music and a few good tales for several years and has been one of the community center’s best fundraising events. We appre­ ciate everyone who comes out each Friday and for the dedica­ tion of volunteers who keep the jam running week after week. D on an d S u sa n C rater of C rater F arm s offer plants for sale a t th e Farm ington F arm er’s M arket. A ngie V aughn and S an dy Ferraro of Two S isters Specialty M eats h av e a booth. C6 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PRISE R ECO RD , Thursday, M ay 16,2013 Sheffield-Calahaln _____ By B renda Bailey Sheffield-Calahaln Correspondent Hope everyone had a happy Mother’s Day. This is a time for many of us turn our thoughts to the loving sacrifices our moth* ers made for us. For some, we feel a sadness that our mothers are no longer with us, but we rejoice in knowing that their memories and love are with us each and every day. One of the best gifts a mother can receive is our unconditional love. My Mother’s Day weekend was busy, but an occasion in my life I will always remember. It be* gan with bingo on Friday night, a benefit breakfast for a dear friend and cousin* Paul Beck on Saturday morning, which I must say was delicious, then off to Gold Hill for the Gold Rush Days, where my husband and many others from Davie County were performing. Sat­ urday night was spent wilh friends at The Kom er Deli in Harmony and those at Loften and Becky Hill’s bam. To make a perfect ending to M other’s -Day, it was worship service at New Union UMC and then lunch with several members of our church family. My children made the day extra special with cards, calls and text messages, and gifts from the heart. Birthday wishes go to those celebrating this week: M a­ rie Roth on May 16; Betty Bumgarner, Carol Snyder and Isaac Marshall Swisheron May 18; Christina Prevette on May 19; and Autumn Stewart, Deb­ bie Ijam es-and Michael Spry on May 22. Congratulations to those celebrating an anniver­ sary this week: Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Keller on May 17; Robby' and Jackie Stegall on May 19; Rick and Connie Day- wait on May 19; and Anthony ' and April Ottone on May 20. If you would like an anniversary or birthday posted in this sec­ tion, please do not hesitate to • call or email me. The Auxiliary of the Shef- field-Calahaln VFD thanks everyone for-com ing to the benefit breakfast for Paul Beck Saturday. The overwhelming love and support shown to Paul and his wife, Betty, is greatly •appreciated. Paul and Betty thank everyone for all the love, kindness, prayers and support they have received from their friends and family. I received a voice message last week from a woman who didn’t want to be identified, but stated Paul Beck was one of the finest people she had ever met. She wished she could be at the breakfast, but her health would not permit that. She used to be able to travel via YVEDDl, and that Mr. Beck always treated her with respect and went be­ yond his duty as a driver to help all the passengers, not just her. She wanted me to let him know through this column, how much he is loved in all of Davie County, not just Sheffield. SheffieId-CaIahaln VFD meetings are held each Monday night at the station at 7. There will be no Jr. Explorer’s meet­ ing at the SCVFD in May. You can still purchase some of the items available at Poplar Springs School’s spring open house until May 16. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call Vauda at 492-5277. It’s sum m er camp sign-up tim e at Poplar Springs. There are three camps scheduled this sum m er June 24-27, July 8-11 and July 22-25. The cost per ,week M onday-Thursday is $70 for the first child and $60 Ju d y an d Fred B eck and P a t an d A lbert M oore enjoy th e benefit b reakfast for P aul B eck. Paul B eck g ets a hug from g rand­ daughter, Brandi Drye. Paul a n d B etty BecK app reciate th e love a n d support. T h ese folks c am e early S atu rd ay m orning for th e benefit breakfast a t th e Sheffield-C alahaln V olunteer Flre B arbara and A llen F rench D epartm ent. a t th e breakfast. Ja c k Bailey with his 50/50 w innings an d T h e se folks w en t aw ay w inners a t th e m onthly G am e N ight a t th e S heffield-C alahaln C om m unity Jo h n W allace with the grand prize. C enter. iWiaisii T h e s a u s a g e a n d ham is frying outdoors, w hile v olu nteers sta y b usy fixing th e breakfast In th e kitchen. for each additional child in the family. Hours are 9:30 ajn.- 3:30 p.m ., open to children entering first grade and older. Each camper is asked to bring a bag lunch. An afternoon snack will be provided. Call Vauda at 492-5277 or check out Poplar Springs School on facebook. Game Night was again a success due to your continued support. The next scheduled game night is Friday, June 14. Individuals wishing to pur­ chase a Sheffield-Calahaln Community Center calendar can contact me at 751-7567: or email brjbailey@msn.com. The deadline for ordering is July 15. The cost is $5. They make wonderful Christmas presents. Businesses may pur­ chase an advertisement. If in­ terested, contact me. New Union United Meth­ odist Church had a special M other’s Day service with songs pertaining to mothers. AU women were recognized by- receiving.a literary gift. Pastor Sieve’s sermon was "Follow the Light” which was taken from the Book of John. The monthly Hotdog Satur­ day at New Union is scheduled for Saturday, May 25 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in the parking lot at 1869 Sheffield Road. On Sunday June 9, New Union will hold an ice cream and dessert social beginning at 4 p.m. Donations will be ac­ cepted. There will be com toss and other games for the family. Everyone is invited. On Sunday, June 10, New Union will incorporate a car show theme into the 9 ajn. Father’s Day worship service. Weather permitting, there will be a display of classic cars and an outside worship service. Along with the classic cars, no good Methodist service would be complete without food. Hope you can join us as Pastor Steve Rainey preaches the Ser­ mon over the Hood. The ljames Baptist Choir was full and sounded great at the M other’s Day service. The youth joined the adults on this special day. Annie Belle In­ gram, 89, received a flower for being the oldest mother pres­ ent. Marsha Tutterow received a flower for being the mother wilh the most family members present, a total of eight children and grandchildren. AU moth­ ers were asked to stand and be recognized. Tfre sermon by the Rev. Alex Heafner was taken from Proverbs 31, the virtuous woman. Thanks to our mothers, living on earth or in heaven, who have sacrificed and loved us when we weren’t always so lovable. Also, a big thank you to the many women who took on the roll of mother such as aunts, step-mothers, godmoth­ ers, and others who made a dif­ ference to even one children. You are special. . The Youth of ljames Baptist meet each Sunday evening at 5:45 for recreation and Bible lessons. Youth 6-12th grade are invited. Melissa Gaither invites chil­ dren (0-4) to Toddler StoryUme each Wednesday morning from 10:30-11 at the Harmony Pub­ lic Library. The children sing songs, play musical instru­ ments, enjoy a story, do crafts and have snacks. Prayer list requests are for Lizzie Reeves, Hazel Smool, Joann Ratledge. Eloise Ste­ phens, Janice Beck, Pat Gob­ ble, Madeline Lapish, Melody WagnertRay WagnerfTennyson Andersoji, Tom Wright, Rose Wright, Joyce Carter, Lincoln Dyson, Marty Lookabill, John­ ny Walker, Robin W hite, Doug W hite, Diane Shoffner, Jean Reavis, Ray Livengood, Cheryl Richardson, Pat Moore, J.W . Keaton, Don Leonard, Dale Abernathy,Estelle Reeves, Dan Hampton, Bill Shoffner, Tom­ my Cloer, Tommy Malboeuf, Melvin Allred, G.H. Goforth, Elsie Simmons, Linda Go­ forth, Louise Livengood, Joyce Beck, Donnie Livengood, Tom Bumgarner, Robert Fergu­ son, Ray Cleary, Betty Lanier, Paul Beck, Roger Anderson, Ernestine Tabor, Bob McDan­ iel, Steve Sadler, Harold and Ena Johnson, Sonny Carter, Polly Lomax, Bill Bailey, Jerry Keller and Carolyn Jordan. A s. your correspondent, I need help to make this a col­ umn of interest to everyone. Contact me with memories of the Sheffield community. Sub­ mit items no later than 9 a.m. on Mondays. Memorial Day weekend, send information no later than 9 a.m. Saturday morning. You can contact me at brJbailey@mm£om or at 751- 7567. M arsha T utterow (left) is recognized a t ljam es B a p tis t' C hurch a s having th e m ost family m em b ers a t S u n ­ d ay ’s service, w hile A nnie Belle Ingram (right) is rec­ ognized for being th e o ld est m other a t th e service. Tight VVIre (left) a n d Ilie Fox M ountain E n tertain ers perform a t th e ann ual G old R u sh D ays celebration S atu rday in G old Hill. C o u n t y L i n e DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 - C7 By Shirley Thorne County Line Correspondent Summer continues to play peek-a-boo in County Line. For some, this means switching our thermostats from heat to cool and then back to heat the next day. We have lots of events plus more good food planned for this coming weekend and week - a yard sale, walk, birth­ day party, revival, etc. The Women on Missions of Calvary Baptist Church will have a church-wide yard sale from 7 a.m.-noon Saturday, May 18 in the fellowship hall. Be there early and ready to grab the bargains as soon as the doors open at 7. You just may find that special item you've been wanting dirt cheap. Pro­ ceeds benefit projects of the Women on Missions. Clarksbury United Method­ ist Church will sponsor a team, "The Clarksbury Crusaders," in the Iredell Relay for Life this Fridny-Saturday, May 17 - 18, at the Iredell County Fairgrounds. Activities begin at 3 p.m. and include enter­ tainment plus foo<l, crafts, and other items for sale. Tickets for the Clarksbury "Relay for Life" quilt will be for sale. Society Baptist Church will Iiave a church-wide birthday party with ice-cream and cake at 5 p.m. Sunday, May 19 In the fellowship hall. Church mem­ bers invite others. Embrace of Society Baptist Church will meet at 6:30 p.m. M onday, May -20 at the home of Sue Ligon on Vaughn Mill Road. The women invite others for refreshments and a study of Abraham's wife Sarah. Piney Grove AME Zion ’ Church will hold revival ser­ vices nightly at 7 Monday, May 20-Friday, May 24. The theme is "A New Season." Each night a different speaker will bring -the message: Monday, the Rev. William Speas o f Moores Chapel AME Zion Church of Woodleaf; Tuesday, Brother Kelly Brawley o f M t. Pleasant AM E Zion Church of States­ ville; Wednesday, the Rev. Donald Brown •, o f Shepherd Church of God of Troutman; Thursday, the Rev. John Phifer o f Elmwood AM E Zion Church oT Statesville; Friday, the Rev. Tyrone Redmon of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church of Hamp- tonville. Pastor Marcus Farmer and church members invite everyone for these services of re-dedication and soul-winning and for snacks and fellowship after the Friday night service. Piney Grove will present a program at 7 tonight (Thurs­ day) at the Brian Center of Statesville. AU church mem­ bers are asked to come. Remember the meeting of the Women on Missions of So­ ciety Baptist at 2 p.m. this after­ noon (Thursday) in the fellow­ ship hath Mildred Benfield will present a program on meeting the needs of sharing the Gos­ pel o f Jesus Christ to the world. The women invite others. The Clarksbury United Methodist Youth will sponsor a spaghetti supper with enter­ tainment plus slave auction at 6 p.m. Saturday, June I, in the fellowship hall. Tickets are $10 per plate. For more information or to buy tickets, please call 704-546-2473. Upcoming community events include a fried coun­ try ham and sausage breakfast sponsored by the United Meth­ odist Men of Salem from 6-10 ajn. Saturday, M ay 25 at the County Line VFD; fried coun­ try ham and sausage breakfast sponsored by the V-Point Ru- ritans at the V-Point Building from 6-10 a.m. Saturday, June I; graduation at Davie High School at 8:30 a.m . Saturday, June 8; gospel singing at So­ ciety Baptist at 6 p.m. Sunday, June 30. Linda Call has improved and is in a regular room at Forsyth Medical Center. Tommie Ross remains in rehab at Maple Leaf of Statesville. Chink Campbell remains in rehab at Brian Cen­ ter of Statesville. JuniorThome remains in rehab at Autumn Care of Mocksville. Docker Harris is recuperating at home. Join us in prayer for the Lord's divine healing and blessings upon these residents and others who are having health prob­ lems. If you or someone in our community graduated from school orcollege or received an education/training certificate or other recognition of achieve­ ment, please email or send a picture and information for our graduate tribute column. M others Day Tlribute Our mothers are a special breed. They nurtured and guid­ ed us through the years and sacrificed for our well-being. Our local churches paid tribute to those mothers in attendance. Some recognized the oldest and youngest mothers and the mother with the most or young­ est children in attendance: Calvary Baptist gave each mother a box of candy, pen, and Bible carry-all. Cleo Gaither was the oldest mother present; Kendra Rafie, the youngest. Clarksbury United Method­ ist recognized all mothers in the first service with a candy kiss and presented gift certificates to Jamie McMahon and Ashley Lewis, the two with the young- -pst, child present. In the sec­ ond service Jenny Cartner, tlie mother with the most children present, and CheryJ Hathcock, the mother with the youngest child present, were honored with gift certificates. Pleasant View Baptist hon­ ored each mother with a book marker. A book on motherhood was given to oldest mother Margie Beck, youngest mother Stephanie Stroud, and mother wilh most children present Crystal Stock. Salem United Method­ ist honored all mothers with a long-stemmed rose. Lib C. Campbell was the oldest pres­ ent; Kelly Cartner, the young­ est. Society Baptist recognized each mother with a potted be­ gonia. The oldest, Pauline Thome, and the youngest, Le- anne Perkins were honored with a geranium hanging bas­ ket. This year we again pay trib­ ute to and treasure all of our mothers, both past and present. We also continue our tradition of honoring one of our oldest living mothers, Nell Jarvis Mc- r] C ora M arlow S troud with h usband R ay in th e early 1930s; a t son Jun io r's w edding in 1959; and laughing in 1977. C lockw ise from to p left: Nell Jarv is M cM ahon a s a young w om an in 1943; Nell and C harlie M cM ahon in 1944; with children V ance, Jo e tta an d C arm en; grandchildren Jerem iah , Tracy, L aura, Lori and S u ­ san ; a n d g reat-great-grandchildren, L eah, CarIyf Jam ie holding d au g h ter Mollje,. an d Evan. • A dedicated homemaker until youngest child Vance entered school, Nell was active in the Clarksbury Homemakers/ECA Club as long as her health per­ mitted. A retiree of Monleigh Garment Co. of Mocksville, she returned to work part-time at Monleigh for three years af­ ter her husband Charlie's death in 1990. Today she enjoys Re­ laxing at home .and being pam­ pered by her children and their families. William and Agnes Dwig- gins Vickers of County Home Road in Davie County wel­ comed daughter Lois, on Aug. 13,1918. She attended Mocks­ ville High School and enjoyed . fun times with siblings Clyde, Dorothy, Ray, and Henry. In 1936 she married Marvin Gaither of Garden Valley Road near Battle Road. The couple first Uved on US 64 West near Ridge Road, then moved to East Front Street in-Statesville, and in 1951 moved to Marvin's family home before build­ ing a home on US 64 West on the Gaither family farm. The couple and sons Jimmy and Lany attended Society Baptist Church, where Lois was ac­ tive in the Women's Mission­ ary Union and vacation Bible school. A homemaker, she en­ joyed sewing apd later worked at Monleigh Garment of Mocksville. She enjoyed trips to the mountains and beach with family and relatives. In August 1992 Lois was diagnosed with colon cancer and died Feb. 7,1994, at Davis Regional. A service celebrat­ ing her life was held at Society Baptist and she was laid Io rest in the church cemetery; Marvin was laid to rest beside her in March 1997. Excitement was in the air as William and Mary Stroud ---------------------- . Marlow of Rimrock Road nearLois V ickers G aither with h usband M an/in in th e early 1940s; on a m ountain trip NC 90i were expecting their With relatives in 1961; an d in 1985. w> second chijd. That excitement M ahon, and remembering two mothers of the past • the late Lois Vickers Gaither and Cora Marlow Stroud. On May 27, 1920, Henry and Minnie Sheets Jarvis of Fork-Bixby Road in Davie welcomed the birth of their ninth child, Amanda O’Neil. Wilh eight siblings, "Nell" had plenty of playmates and gradu­ ated from Shady Grove School in 1937. In February 1944 she mar­ ried Charlie McMahon of Reeds in Davidson County. The couple moved to Denver, Colo., where he was stationed at Ft. Logan. After his dis­ charge from service, the couple returned to Davie, where they lived until moving to County Line in 1955 and later building a home on Vaughn Mill Road. The couple and children Joetta, Carmen, and Vance became active members of Clarksbury United Methodist Church, where Nell was active in the United Methodist Women and the Clarksbury Seniors. doubled as twins LoIar and Cora Clementine arrived Dec. I) , 1906. Cora had to learn the ait of sharing from birth as she and Lolar joined older brother Roy. She didn’t even get to be the only girl as twin sisters Pol­ ly and Tinsey were later bom. She attended River Hill and Harmony schools and Pleasant View Baptist Church. On April 13, 1930, she mar­ ried the love o f her life James Ray Stroud in South Caro­ lina. The couple settled on Old Mocksville Road near Society Road and reared children Ken, Peggy, and "Junior." The fam­ ily made Society Baptist their church home. A homemaker and fanner's wife; Cora helped Ray as they raised tobacco, cot­ ton, and com and operated a small dairy. In the mid 1950s the couple donated land for the V-Point Building. Life changed for Cora in Jan; 1970 as her beloved Ray died. On March II, 1978, she reunit­ ed with Ray. A service celebrat­ ing her life was held at Society Baptist and she was laid to rest beside Ray in the church cem­ etery. ; Here's hoping all of our mothers had a great Mother's Day and are cherished through­ out the year ahead. 82 COURT SQUARE MOCKSVlLLEtNC : 597 square foot Bground level office ‘ suite facing court square for rent. DOWNTOWN MOCKSVILLE Call 751-0400 for more infoimation OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT s&s?. W etm o re F a rm s WoodleatNC FRESHSfRAWBERRIES READY KOWl Tomatoea CantalaittgoflterBroduca Otherproduce as they become available. O p en : M on.-Fri. 8:00 am .-6 :0 0 p.m .; S atu rd ay 8:00-5:00 C lo se d S u n d ay From Mocksville. take US 601 south to NC 801 intersection, turn right at Iighf 4 m tes into Rowan County to caution Iigbt V k f l m a a a a a in Woodlea!. 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After being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in May 2010; he lived at home until he re­ quired professional care. His wife moved to Wilmington to live with their son; he was then moved to an Alzheimer’s/As­ sisted living facility in Wilm­ ington- He was bom in For­ syth County to the late Lester G. Daniels and Agnes McGee Daniels. After graduating from Gray High School, he at­ tended the University of North Carolina. As a member of his father’s band, “The Les- Dan* iels Orchestra,” he played the saxophone and trumpet during the Inte 1940s and unlit 1952 when he was drafted into the U. S. Army. A veteran of the Ko­ rean War, he served two years in Germany as a military po­ lice and won the expert marks­ manship medal for the pistol' at Wurzburg Military Post. He retired from Modem Chevrolet Co. in 1990 after 28 years. He was an active member of Ard­ more United Methodist Church and served, as usher for 15 years. A golfer, his interest in the game oegan at age 12 when he served as caddy at Reyn­ olds Park Golf Club. He was a member of the Hillcrest Golf Club for more than 40 years and won awards including tro­ phies for club champion and 14 holes-in-one. Surviving: his wife, Bobbie Angell Paniels; son, Douglas Daniels and wife Wendy El­ liott Daniels of Wilmington; a grandson, Christopher CoUti Daniels; and a'granddaughter, Deanna Daniels Murray and husband, Andrew Gametle Murray. A funeral scrvice was to be conducted at 2 p.m., Thursday, May 16 at Eaton Funeral Cha­ pel. A private burial was to be in Joppa Cemetery. The fam­ ily was to receive friends at the funeral home following the service. Memorials: Joppa Cemetery Fund, 360 N.. Main St., Mocks­ ville. Online condolences: m>hw. eatonfitnera/service .com. R E P R E S E N T A T IV E .Julia Howard NCTHditsc 79th District Please contact me in: MOCKSVILLE: (336) 751-8567 RALEIGH; (919)733-5904 16 W. Jones Street, Rm 1106 Raleigh, NC 27601-1096 Email: juliah@ncleg.net Look for us on Facebook ak RepJuIIaHoward Paid fo r or Juua Howard g| Della T. Jones Della T. Jones, 79, of Mocks­ ville, died May 14,2013 at her residence. Contact Graham Funeral Hom e,751-1100 , www.Graita- mFuneralHo/nejiel. Marjorie Pauline Comer Mrs. Marjorie Pauline How­ ard Comer, 97, formerly of the Smith Grove community, died Friday, May 10, 2013 at Springwood Care Center in Winston-Salem. She w as-born on July 3, 1915 in Davie County to the late Charlie Joseph and Rachel Kimbrough Sanders Howard. She was the oldest living mem­ ber of Smith Grove United Methodist Church, where she was had been involved in the quilting ministry. Mrs. Comer was a member of the VFW La­ dies Auxiliary in Davie County from 1973*2006 and had served as president for 10 years. She enjoyed gardening and flowers and loved the outdoors. She was also preceded in death by her husband, James C. Comer; a sister, Mamie Nail and an infant brother. Survivors: 2 daughters, Lynn ShinauIt of Mocksville and Carol White of Winston-Salem; 3 grandchildren, Jeff Youpg (Denise), Doug Comer (Diane Harding) and Stephanie Bow­ man (Marty Smith); 3 great­ grandchildren, J.D. Young, Ashton Grubbs and Caitlin Grubbs; a great-greatgrdnd- child on the way; a sister,'Laura Smith of Mocksville; and sev­ eral nieces and nephews. A Tuneral service was con- , ducted at 3 pjn., M onday,M ay’ 13 at Eaton Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Chris Henson officiating. Burial followed in Smith Grove United Methodist Church' Cemetery. The family received'friends one hour pri­ or to the service at the funeral home. Memorials: Smith Grove UMC, 3492 US 158, Mocks­ ville; or American Cancer Soci­ ety, 4A Oak Branch Dr. Greens­ boro, 27407. Online condolences: www. eatonfitneralservice.com. ZERO PESTICIDES! 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P r o v i d e n c e S e n i o r C a r e Medicaid Certified and CAP DA and C Approved Nov) serving Davie County w w w .providenceseniorcarc.com mA h o m e t o w n a g e n c y w i t h a h o m e to w n f e e l . ” Rick Conrad Mr. Richard Lee "Rick" Con­ rad, 61, ofBlowing Rock, died Thursday, May 9,2013. He wos bom Sept. 5, 1950 in Forsyth County, a son of the late Richard Brown Conrad and Susan Wagner Conrad. He was the night auditor for Chet- ola Resort in Blowing Rock. He was a resident of Blowing Rock for 20 years and loved the area. Survivors: his daughter, Su­ san Beard and husband Bryan of Hickory; a brother, Tony Conrad of Kemersville; a sis­ ter, Melinda Beauchamp and husband Chris of Davie Coun­ ty; 2 nephews, Alec and Con­ rad Beauchamp, both of Davie County; and a niece, Amanda Conrad of Minneapolis, Minn. Fiinchil services for Mr. Conrad will be conducted Frir day, May 17 at 2:30 p.m. at Chetola Resort in Blowing Rock. Officiating will be Dr. Richard Capps. Burial will fol­ low in Woodlawn Cemetery in Blowing Rock. Memorials: Blowing Rock Art and History Museum, PO Box 828, Blowing Rock, 28605. Online condolences: www. hamptonfimerahic.com. Reba Nichols McIntyrc Reba Nichols McIntyre, 87, of- Woodlehf, died Monday, M ay 6,2013, at Novant Health Rowan Medical Center, Salis­ bury. She was bom Nov. 4, 1925». in Davie County, the daughter of the late A.M. “Dol” Nichols and Maude Phelps Nichols. She was the last of eight siblings. She graduated from Cooleemee High School in 1943. She was a homemaker and life-member of Woodleaf Methodist Church. She was also preceded in death on Nov. 26,2000, by hus­ band Jim McIntyre, who she married March 21, 1943; and grandson Clay Steele. Survivors: daughters, Cath­ erine "Tiny” (Jimmy) Steele, W oodleaf and Ann McIntyre, Salisbury; son, Robert Mc­ Intyre (Jean), Woodleaf; grand­ children,, Lynn Steele Kearns (Tracy Drew), Gold Hill, Pam Steele Woodward (Benjy), Woodleaf, Wendy McIntyre Harward (Larry) of Liberty, Tracl McIntyre Maginnis, Mocksville and Brad Kennedy (Linda), Woodleaf; 2 nieces she loved as daughters, Jean Wilson (Sherman) and Melissa M iller (Tod); and a large ex­ tended family and friends. Visitation was Friday, May 10 at Woodleaf United Method­ ist Church. Her funeral service was at 2 p.m. Friday, May 10 at Woodleaf United Method­ ist Church with the Rev. Mike Duncan officiating. Memorials: Woodleaf UMC, 9000 Church St., Woodleaf, 27054; or Woodleaf Fire Depi., 9025 Cool Spring Road, Wood­ leaf, 27054. Online condolences: ivjw lyeriyfitneralhome.com. Free Classifieds! Call for details 1 -8 7 7 -7 5 1 -2 1 2 0 Joyce Anri McCuIIoh Joyce Ann McCulloh, 73, of Edgewood Circle, Mocksville, died on Thursday, May 9,2013 at Autumn Care of Mocksville. Angie Browder Slabach Angie Browder SIabach, 46, of Advance, died surrounded by family on May 8,2013 fol­ lowing a three-year battle with breast cancer. She was bom June 18, 1966 to Benjamin T. and Ann Orrcll Browder. She grew up in Da­ vie County and spent her life Bom in Rowan County there with Ihe exception of col­ on Aug. 21, 1939, she was lege years. She graduated from the daughter of the late Wil- Davie County High School He Brooks and Geneva Dunn in 1984 and was a higlily-fol- Brooks. She was married to lowed athlete who excelled in Carl Delano “Ted” McCulloh all sports, especially basketball, for 53 years. He preceded her It was easy to sec her love for in death on March 18, 2013. the game from a young age as She had been employed in the she played in the gym at Shady furniture industry and was a Grove or wherever there hnp- mcmber of Cooleemee Presby- pened to be a goal. If there was terian Church. a pick-up game, she was there. Survivors: nieces and neph- She was twice voted Central ews, Steve Spry of Mocksville, Piedmont Conference Bas- Barry (Gail) Spiy of Salisbury, ketball Player of the Year and Frankie (Tbmmy) McCulloh of followed a successful career at M ocksville,Timothy (Melanie) Davie to High Point University. McCulIoch of Faith, and Teresa Following graduation in 1988, Couch of Mocksville; great- she returned to her high school nieces and nephews, Kristen alma mater as a math teacher (M att), Jonathan, Tonya, Jona- and head coach of the girls bas- than (Lauren), Josh (April), and ketball team. Successfollowed J.W.; great-great-nieces and her throughout her teaching nephews, Daphne, Oliver, and and coaching years with many Easton. wins on the basketball court A celebration o f life service and in the classroom. She was was held Saturday, May 11 at I a member of the Inaugural p.m. atth e Davie Funeral S er-' class inducted into the Davie vice Chapel with the Rev. John County Sports Hall o f Fame in Groff officiating. Burial fol-- 2004. She married the love of lowed in Gay’s Chapel UMC her life and best friend, Gary Cemeteiy in Woodleaf. The SIabach in 1992 and began the family received friends on Sat- union that would produce four urday.M ay Il at Davie Funeral children, affectionately known Service. to her as “her babies.” As her • Memorials: CooIeemeePres- family grew, she retired early byterian, PO Box 27, Coolee- from teaching and directed her attention to raising her fam­ ily which she did with the bal­ ance of a strict hand of guid­ ance and the deep love she felt for each. She was a founding m ember of Hillsdale United M ethodist .Church where she filled many rolls, most effec­ tively as a teacher and Bible study leader. Her unfailing w „ , . ., „ love for Jesus and encourage-Mr. Bowen was bom April 3, mc„t othen. e„d 936 m Forsyth County lo the b(J one „ f ^ , jes late Jake and Ora Bell W hitlock Sh„ nev„ mc, a r and Bowen. He was owner/opem or (ouc|led ]jm ^ ye Ar a K^AntI rl4lt/\n in Wim 4 ways. She could regularly be mee. Online condolences: Wivit'. daviefimeralservice^nm. James Edward Bowen Mr. James Edward Bowen, 77, of Advance, died Wednes­ day, May 8, 2013, at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston-Salem. of a Mobil gas station in Win- ston-Salem. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Cordie Mac Bowen. found at school functions, ball fields and courts of all kinds as she cheered on her children or „ ^ others she knew. She enjoyedSurvivors: a sop. Da0 -I Bow- sitting on „er ^ ^ tend_ ing her garden, sitting by a fire, walking on the railroad tracks, meeting friends at the store and spending time at Ocean Isle Beach. She was preceded in death A memorial scrvice will be held at a later date Online condolence: mtntMff- tonfimeralservice.com. Grady Wilson Allen Grady Wilson Allen, 66, of Mocksville died Thursday, May 9,2013. by grandparents Tom and Jes­ sie Browder and Walter Orrell. In addition to her parents and husband, she is survived by: ‘He was bom Aug. 10, 1946 her four babies. Lake, Allie, in Davie County to the late Leo Heath and Emma; grandmother Gray Allen and Edna Howard Lucille Orrell; sister LuAnn Allen. Parker (Greg); brother, Tommy Surviving: his wife, Patricia Browder (Deana); mother and ‘‘Pat” Kiger Allen; daughters, father-in-law, Dean and Martha Lori (Frank) Nifong, Shelly SIabach; brother and sister-in- (Todd) Corvin; grandchildren, Iawt GregaitdSheHeyCarUon; Spencer Nifong; Grayson Ni- and several nieces and neph- fong, Matthew Busbee; broth- ews. ers, Billy Allen, John (Doris) The family received friends Allen, Ronnie (Kathy) Allen. on Friday, May 10 at Hillsdale His funeral service was held United Methodist Church. A at 2 p.m. Monday, May 13 at memorial service led by the Gentry Family Chapel in Yad- Rev. Jerry Webb was held at the kinville by the Rev. David church on Saturday, May 11 at Stetler. Burial followed at Wes- 2 p.m. A private burial service ley Chapel United Method- for family followed, ist Church in Mocksville with Memorials: Davie Commu- military honors by the Memo- nity Foundation, PO Box 546 .rial Honor Guard. The family for the Angie SIabach Memo^ received friends Sunday, May rial Scholarship which will pro- 12, at Gentry Family Funeral vide financial aid to deserving Service in Yadkinville. students from Davie County Online condolences: n w . Online condolences: www gentryfimeralservice.com. haywonh-milier.com. Joy Moodie To Speak At Clement Grove Church The Ladies Auxiliary of Clement Grove Church of God, 7th Day, will host its annual Women’s Day program on Sunday, May 19 at 3 p.m . The speaker will be EvangelistJoy Moodie, who was bom and raised in Jamaica, West Indies and immigrated to the United States more than 35 years ago. Moodie is married and has a daughter and a grandson. She is an evange- r list at Remnant Gates of Glory 7lb Day Church of God in New York City. She attends Newton Community Church of God 7* Day in Newton. She holds a bachelor’s degree in computer sci­ ence from Hunters College in New York City and an m aster’s of business administration in I business management from Strayer University I in Charlotte. I M oodie has worked in information technol­ ogy for more than 30 years. She has a passion for helping others and spends her free tim e do- nating and volunteering. She has worked with homeless individuals and families, individuals who suffer from addiction, single women with children, and min­ istering to the sick through the Pastoral program created by the Health Insurance Plan of New York (HIP). Moodie is known for her smile, joyous attitude, and commitment to her faith. Clement Grove Church is at 159 Parker Road, Mocksville, where Elder Raymond Robinson Jr., serves as pastor. The public is invited. G l o r y S t r e e t A t B r e a d O f L i f e Bread of Life Baptist Church, 4557 NC 801 N., Mocksville, will host the Glory Street Quartet from Kemersville at 6 p.m. on Sunday, M ay 19. Visitors are welcome. F a m i l y & F r i e n d s D a y S u n d a y A t N e w B e t h e l B a p t i s t C h u r c h New Bethel Baptist Church. 3727 US 601 S., Mocksville, will celebrate its annual Family & Friends Day on Sunday,'M ay 19 beginning at 3 p.m. with guests including Disciple of Joy Sierra Watkins, the Gethsemane Choir and Boyden Quarters from Salis­ bury, Chosen 2 Praise Team and Chosen Church o f Faith Choir from Cooleemee and Erwin Temple CM E Church Choir from Woodleaf. Other groups, choirs and praise teams are welcome. The Rev. William S. Cowan is the host pastor. For more infor­ mation, call 284-2990. N e w R e s u r r e c t i o n C e l e b r a t i n g N e w L o c a t i o n F o r W o r s h i p New Resurrection Life Christian will celebrate its new worship facility at 819 GreenhiU Road, Mocksville, as well as Apostle- Elect Matthew Vaughters, at 7 p.m. Friday, May 24 and at 3 pjn . Saturday, May 25. Choirs, praise and worship teams and praise dancers are wel­ come. Call Associate Pastor Elder Kerwyn Wilson at 336-469- 4778. Hotdogs and fries will be sold Friday night, and fish plates will be available on Saturday afternoon. H a r v e s t C r u s a d e M a y 1 7 - 1 9 ^ A t V i c t o r y B a p t i s t C h u r c h Victory Baptist Church in CooIeemee will host a Harvest Cru­ sade with Evangelist Neal Hatfield from Millers Creek May 17- 19. Hatfield and his wife Sue are the founders and directors of Upland's Reach Conference Center and Camp. They co-direct the oversight and operation of the year round conference center designed to train adults and young people to “grow in their daily walk with Jesus Christ." Hatfield also speaks in about 30 crusades and revivals a year. He has seen thousands come to Christ through his ministry. The Harvest Cmsade will begin with Hatfield preaching to the family on Friday, May 17 at 7 pjn. He will then teach a seminar on “sharing your faith" on Saturday morning from 10 ajn.-noon. ! On Saturday evening, he will host a special night for teens (adults 1 are welcome). Then Sunday morning he will speak to a combined Sunday School class at 10 a.m. and will follow with the Harvest gathering at 11 a.m. Victory Baptist is at 160 Midway St., Cooleemee. Pastor Shel­ by Harbour and all of the VBC folk would invite the community. B e t h l e h e m U M C C h a n g e s S e r v i c e T i m e s F o r S u m m e r Bethlehem United Methodist Church will change Sunday Ser- I vice times from Memorial Day Sunday (May 26) through Labor [ Day Sunday (Sept I). An early morning traditional worship service will begin at 8:30, iand a blended worship service will begin at 10:30. Sunday School will be at 9:30. This new schedule is designed to help folks at­ tend church and have more time for family activities during the Ibusy summer. Everyone is invited to worship at Bethlehem, 321 Redland Road in Advance. j ‘F o o d F o r T h e S p i r i t ’ M a y 1 8 The Women’s Fellowshipof Greater Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church will host the second Annual “Food for the Spirit” service on Saturday, May 18 at noon. Women will speak on foods in the scripture, and then lunch using some of those foods will be served. Speakers are Gina Collins from Erwin Temple CME, Shari Melton from Boxwood Baptist, and from Greater M ount. M oriah Angie Jones, Desiree StovalUnd LaToya Cheek. Every­ one, including m en, is invited. A $5/plate donation will go to the gbuilding fund. a The Deaconess Board will host the fifth annual Pew Rally Sun- § ||d a y . May 19 at 3 p.m. Each Deaconess will represent a color for her pew and present a short skit with a Biblical message. Every- ^ ^ ope is invited. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 - CP n rise , shine; for thy light is come, and the Igfopf of the LORD is > p H £ p £ B )i£ 3 » $ 9 This scripture messagebroughttoyouby these local businesses >vho encourage you to worship at the church ofyour choice. < |P * AUTO PARTS MOCKSVILLE AUTOMOTIVE 664 S. Main Si. 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C ontinued From Page C4 rinsed it and later shook out the wrinkles before hanging it on the tine with'cloths pins to dry. They learned while one heavy iron was on the stove heating up; the other was used for ironing out wrinkles. When one got cold, they switched the irons until the task was done. Everyone got a chance to pick up the iron. A mechanical cow is used to help each child experi­ ence milking a cow. They lead a live cow across the yard and make butter in a chum and by shaking a jar to make “quick butter.” Eyes get wide when they realize they get to taste the fruit of their labor. Everyone gets a cracker with the butter they just made spread on top. > Rhonda Bralkowski, Susan W all and M ark Sm ith were volunteers for the first time in this event. Their time and talent is so greatly appreciated, Anyone wanting to get in­ volved in the CHA please con­ tact Lynn Rumley at 284.6040. If you have a child or know of som eone who attended this event, ask him or her what the secret o f the chicken is, hope­ fully they will remember. Jim Rumley has a great way with children and he loves educating our future adults and leaders. Feel free to contact me at www.cooleemeenews©gmail, com or call m ean 336250.1133.' I would love to hear from you. W ashing cloth es on a w ash bo ard is hard work <fr S u san Wall g e ts help churning butter. C o lem an Law hon lets classm ates know the iron is heavy... Salisbury;*^ Post Honoring Their Service &? Sacrifice mm O ur re sp e c t a n d g ra titu d e w ill fo rev p r b e w ith o u r fallen m ilita ry h ero es a n d th e ir fam ilies. We w ill n ev er fo rg et th e ir d ed icatio n to o u r c o u n try a n d o u r freed om . To a ll th e m e n a n d w om en w ho serv e in u n ifo rm today, w e th a n k y o u for y o u r c o m m itm e n t to p re se rv in g fre ed o m a t hom e an d a ro u n d th e w orld. 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Following “Bnckwoods Bessie” (Bonnie Byerly), they walked down the gravel road at RiverPark at Coolecmee Falls. “I’m 300 years old," Bcssiesnid as they began the walk down the hill. “Pretend you are early explorers - pioneers in the back country. Look up at the trees ... and decide which ones would be good for shelter... which ones would be good for firewood.” A little further down the path, she urges the students to be quiet. This is Indian territory, after all, and the pioneers are the intruders. Pretty soon, they hear the sound of water, Bessie points nut a path where weeds are worn going toward the water. That would be a good place to spot a deer or other food and clothing source, she said. “Look for mountain lions and bears. And one of the first things you would do is follow the ex­ ample of the native people. Walk quietly. If we were pioneers, we wouldn’t want to startle peo­ ple in Indian villages. We would want to make friends with them," Near the park’s beach, Randy Harris, part Na­ tive American, had a display of natural items for -th e students to see. She talks to them about life in an Indian village, They would eat wild plants, hunt for food and clothing. She pointed out the rocks that would make good weapons. Their homes were huts, covered with grass. "'Hiere was not a lot of clothing before the Europeans came,” Harris said. “Kids your age didn’t wear anything." The Indians traded with Indians in other vil­ lages, from Ohio to the coast, she said. “They had a very thriving economy.” The whole lesson was on economics - from the pioneer days until the mill village was formed. Then the students walked up the hill, and heard Jim Rumley, who talked about the back­ woods economy of 200 years ago. Families, he said, lived far.apart but were de­ pendent upon each other. "Welcome to the Cooleemee Grist M ill,” Rumley said. "In 1747, we first began to gel settlers in the back country here." Most were of Scotch-Irish descent. “AU they had was the clothes they had on, maybe a couple of hogs or a horse. TTey had to form a community ... aqd here they are in the middle of the woods. They had to do with what was around them. “This was a paradise," Rumley said. "It was a rough paradise, but it was a paradise. Almost ev­ erybody settled near a body of water. Com was very important to the economy." The river provided more than fish to eat. The falls at Cooleemce also provided power to run the grist mill, which ground the com into meal. Each child was given a small bag of com meal. Jacob Fortner said he would have liked living during that time “because they get to hunt. And I like the Indians." His sister, Maria Fortner, knew the com meal would be used to make combrend. The next stop was at the top of the hill, where the adventure began. "W e’re in 1902,” Lynn "Mama” Rumley told the children. She showed a photo to the students of children their age - at work. "In Cooleemee, there was more cash money than in the back country,” she said. They worked from 6 a.m .-6 p.m. Monday-Friday and from 6 a.m.-noon on Saturdays. “They weren't working for spending money. They were working to help the family. Each family had several people working in the m ill." They got paid on Tuesdays: 52.20 a week for the boys, $.55 for the girls. That brought a few moans from the girl students. They were given a replica of a pay pouch with the money - then got in line to give "Mama” the family’s share. They got to keep a couple of cents to buy a pickle, chunk of cheese and a candy cane from the company store, mdnned by John Chandler. "The company store had just about everything you needed,” he said. The day was made possible by the volunteers from the Cooleemee Historical Association, which provides .age-appropriate activities for each grade at Cooleemee Elementary, teaching them about their heritage. t;'; : V H A ' .(? -■ frtm & d ib i. - 1' * B ackw oods B essie, a k a Bonnie Byerly, lead s C o o le em e e E lem entary fourth g ra d ers back in tim e to learn ab o u t th e a re a ’s econom y 3 00 y ea rs ago,- P h o to s b y R o b in S n o w NURlCA V olunteers S a n d ra Ferrell D on na tie n a e rso n a n a Jo h n C h an dler m an th e “com pany C hloe Ledford re a c ts to store," w hile S h ayla Funderburk an d S tep h an ie Gilliam m ak e their p u rch ase.le ss pay th an th e boys. receiving S tu d en ts learn a b o u t life in C o o leem ee 300, 200, an d IO O years ago. Lynn “M am a" R um ley talks ab o u t the mill village econom y. Jac o b and M aria Fortner show th e corn m eal.Jim R um ley explains abo ut th e tra d e s m ad e a t the grist mill, R andy H arris talks abo ut the econom y in a n Indian village, and displays som e skins an d o ther natural item s. D2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD1Thursday, May 16,2013 D a v i e S c h o o l s iPad Traveling A s p a r t o f In te rn a tio n a l D a y a t M o ck sv ille E le m e n ­ ta ry , fo u rth g r a d e c l a s s e s e x p lo re d c o u n trie s u s in g iP a d s a n d t h e iP a d a p p "T ourW rist". A fte r "v isitin g " E g y p t, C h in a , Italy, C a n a d a , a n d B razil, s tu d e n ts th o u g h t o f a d je c tiv e s to d e s c r ib e th e c o u n trie s a n d th e n c h o s e th e c o u n try th e y w o u ld m o s t lik e to visit. A b o v e , J u lie M arklin a s s i s t s D y lan C u rll a n d Iz a v e o n S trin g e r. A t Ieft1K aitIyn E ld o n a n d M a la k H e ik a l r e s e a r c h C h in a , a n d th e p h o to in th e m id d le s h o w s K e n n y B a rb e r a n d S la e D e a n re s e a r c h in g E g y p t. ShadyG rovcE Icm cntary The school is taking part in the Rend for the World Record campaign sponsored by Scholastic. This summer reading challenge runs from May 6-Sept. 6. Students from . the 20 schools who read the most minutes will have their, name published in the Scho­ lastic 2014 World Record Book. The school that reads the most minutes will win a visit from author and illustra­ tor, Dav Pilkey. Students can find many of his books in the media center. K-S students participated in North Carolina’s Books of the Year election. Students in grades K-2 chose “Pete the Cat” by Eric Litwin as North "Carolina’s Picture Book of the Year. Students in grades 3-5 grade chose ‘T h e Candymak- ers” by Wendy Mass as the North Carolina’s .Junior Book of the Year. April was poetry month. K-2 students talked about kinds of poetry as well as learning about Ute location of poetry books in the nonfiction section o f the media center. Students in grades 3-5 have been learning about the new collection of ebooks. They learned how to access these books and the advantages of using these books in doing re­ search. Fourth graders have been learning about how govern­ ment works. They recently took an exciting trip to the state capitol. There, each stu­ dent was able to take a tour of the capitol and the legislative buildings. Some were even lucky enough to see Gov. Pat M cCrory and Sen. Andrew B rock.Each class was able to explore the N.C.' History Mu­ seum and the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences. M ocksvillc Elem entary Students of the Week: Sage Keaton, Zaylay Lloyd, Macey Smith, Seth Angeles, Jayhra Youngt Diya Patel, Austin Kis­ er, John Baltazar-Vnrgas, Ol­ ivia Wooten, Rihonna Wilson. C ornatzcr Elem entary Second graders learned about weather and its- affects, desert life, and rainforests. M any students researched these topics. They created a PowerPoint and presented it to their peers. In math, students learned about measurement, money, time, and fractions. Second graders went to the NC Zoo. Thanks to parents who volunteered. Students had the privilege of attending a Winston-Salem Dash baseball game. They visited Eaton’s Farm and learned about farm animals. This was provided by the N.C. Cooperative Ex­ tension Service/Davie County Center. Students worked to express their love and appreciation for their mothers. Friday, M ay 10 was M other’s Tea. Students learned songs and performed a Reader’s Theater. Students made many crafts, engaged in writing activities and cards. They, presented these gifts to their mother. Following the performance, students served their m other refreshments. W illiam R . Dnvic Elem entary Kindergarten students in M rs. Evans and M rs. Ander­ son’s class have been working on addition and subtraction during math and on skills to strengthen reading compre­ hension. As the year comes to a close the class will continue studying word families and us­ ing word study skills in daily reading and writing. “Parent’s Day” was May 9.They worked diligently to learn songs to sing to their mothers and fa­ thers and made special gifts for them. On May 16 the kinder­ garten students will be going on an adventure to Tweetsie Railroad to meet the Letterland characters. William R. D avie Sm ile stu d e n ts, from left: front - Larry Brew er, D an e Porter, Ariel R odriquez, P eyton Sm ith, N ate William R. D avie E lem entary Sm ile stu d en ts, from left: front - B rean na Driver,. R obison; b ack - L ukas King, Isabel M iranda, SkyIartLind- G raycieC orreII1 C athy H ern an d ezl A shIey R edm ond; an d b ac k -A u stin Mills, sey, M aleah B irdsonglA nnabeIIeT rivettel C orey D yson, Ja - K eleb Mills, K aden C astIetC h an ce D u n n ,, G iselle V argas, Alex M yerstN oah cob A tw o o d . C ornatzer. . * ' m.i V ’ .u - . s $ w * .it, ii W illiam R. D avie P re K -2nd g ra d e Sm ile w inners w eek of M ay 3, from W illiam R. D avie E lem en tary Sm ile w inners w eek of M ay 3 , g ra d e s left: front - Ja m e s H ernandez, C aleb Bailey, A shley B Iedsoe1M addie 3-5, from left: front - N athan Olinger, W es M ason, D aisf E spinoza, P resto n, Rioky Trinidad; back - C o n n er Collins, MJ Naylor, D okota Emily Taylor; b ack - S am Collins, P resto n Young, Bryce C hildress! Key, S tep h e n Blackm on, C raig M cBride. B radIeyB eck. There’s No One Like You Mom “T h e r e ’s n o -o n e q u ite like y o u M o m .” T h a t w a s th e m e s s a g e th a t e v e ry C o rn a tz e r s e c o n d g ra d e r h a d fo r t h e s p e c ia l p e r s o n in th e ir life. S tu d e n ts e n te r ­ ta in e d th e ir M o m s w ith s o n g s a n d th e a te r, a n d fo llo w e d it b y in v itin g th e m to a M o th e r's D a y T e a in th e 'c la s s r o o m s . S tu d e n ts m a d e ta b le d e c o ra tio n s a n d p la c e s e ttin g s fo r th e ir M o m s to en jo y . F ro m left: A n n ie M o re n o w ith M o m , L u p e M o re n p ; F a ith S te g a ll a n d M o m , T a m m y S te g a ll; D a v id B e n ite z a n d D e ro n W illiam s, w ith th e ir E L L t e a c h e r , A s h le y C a tle tt, w h o is like a M o m to th e m ; a n d T y ler W a rre n g e t s a k is s fro m M om , C ry s ta l W a rre n I ; ! ? r ~------------------------------------—----------------■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 - D3 Spring Dance Concert This Thursday, Friday All-State Choral Students D a v ie H ig h C h o ra l s tu d e n ts p a rtic ip a tin g in N o rth C a ro Iin a A II-S ta te C h o ra l F e s tiv a l in G re e n s b o ro , p ic tu re d w ith c h o ra l d ire c to r E la in e S n o w , fro m left: 1 1 /1 2 C h o ru s , M a lg o rz a ta L e s z c z u k , M a d iso n H a rtn e s s , C la y to n M c K e n z ie ; a n d th e 9 /1 0 C h o ru s , K e ls e y C a s h w e ll, M olly H a r tn e s s . T h e D H S C h o ­ ral F e s t will b e F riday, M ay 2 4 a t th e B ro c k P e rfo rm in g A rts C e n te r a t 7 p .m . T ic k e ts a r e $ 7 in a d v a n c e a n d $ 1 0 a t th e d o o r. F o r tic k e ts , e m a il snowe@ davie.k12.nc.us. The Davie High • School Spring Dance Concert - Re­ verberations! - will take place Thursday and Friday, May 16 and 17 with curtain at 7 p.m. at the Brock Performing Arts Center on North Main Street in Mocksville. Tickets arc $6 from a dance students until Thursday eve­ ning, $10 at the door. The concert is the fundrais­ er for the year. There will be an awards ceremony after the Thursday night concert honor­ ing graduating seniors and rec­ ognizing special dance students from each class for exhibiting characteristics such as the best choreographer, best improvi­ sor, most imaginative, most im­ proved, spirit of dance and the outstanding dancer. For the first time, the Na­ tional Honor Society for Dance Arts recipients will be recog­ nized. “We have a wide variety of styles and themes from short and sweet snack dances based on actual snacks that dancers wrote about, described, ana­ lyzed, turned into movement and gobbled'up by the end of the class,” said Terri W inchell,. teacher. “Other more heartfelt dances honor people we loved and lost, people we cherish, a Broadway-style finale number as well as some serious modem dance. “Please join us as we cel­ ebrate the creative process and the successes of our students from the Davie High School dance program.” Contact Winchell at 751- 5905 ext. 4090 for reserving tickets or more information. This photo and th e top tw o to th e right sh o w William R. D avie stu d en ts perform ing during “P aren t’s Day.” Parents Celebrated AtWRD Tlie kindergarten students at William R. Davie celebrated "Parent's Day" on Thursday, M ay 12. This special celebration was held to honor the parents in the students' lives and say thank you for all that the parents do at home to ensure that, their child is successful. The students sang special songs for their parents and then the families shared a snack. Each class has also prepared special items to give to their families. Si G inny a n d S h eriy M ason sing “A H and Full of W eed s." P a re n ts and stu d en ts enjoy sn a c k s together. Happy Birthday Evenda! I Love, M om & Sutftmer Strawberries N O W A V A I L A B L E ! Vbu Pick o r We Pick Monday - Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM CalaliaLffiFarm 5 1 0 C a la h a ln R o a d , M o ck sv ille, N C 2 7 0 2 8 * D avid , Gloria & K im Anderson - - - J . 1=-; 3 3 6 -9 0 9 -2 2 4 0 \ DIRECmONS: From MO Exil 168 lake Hwy. 64 West of MxJisvte-past Lake Myers I Campground CaJaftaJn Rd is on the right Wattfar sign on tt» right a c 0n the web ab wtw.calalialnlarni.coni Email: calahalnfann@gmaH.coni^ GrantFamilyRemembenLoved One I n L o v i n g M e m o r y o f F r e d G r a n t September 27,1936— M ay 16,2010 Oti May 16th, 2010 we lost a beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather, and Friaid who was so dear to all those who knew him.It has been 3 years since his departure and our family has drawn strength from one another through this difficult time. You are gone but notforgptten. We will always love and miss you each day. Lovc - Ann, Stephanie, Jamie, ShiileylMicharI, BJ, Chris, Latoyia1Andna, AmilealVidde it Pat lftean could build a ttairway and thouibts o f memory lane, Fdw ali rigbt up to 5 Heaven and bring you borne again. NoJarewell words were spoken, no time to toy g You tueregontbefore we knew it and only Godknows why. / S u b s c r ib e T o d a y Only $20 P/Yr.! 1 - 8 7 7 - 7 5 1 - 2 1 2 0 Cornatzer-Dulin VFD’s S e m i - A n n u a l B R E A K FA ST Saturday, May 18th, 2013 6:30-10:00 A.M.1522 Cornatzer Road Ham, Sausage, Bacon, Eggs, Gravy, Grits, and Biscuits E at In - D o n atio n s o n ly T ake O u t- $ 7 .0 0 a b o x Come and meet Austin Caviness M eteorologist @ 7:30 A.M. %WORKFORCE A Full Service Em ployment Networks u n r i r f IOBiMR M ay22,2013 IAOpm-TflO pm L o c a t i o n : W o r k F o r c e C a r o l i n a 3 3 1 W e s t M a p l e S t r e e t , Y a d k in v ille , N C 2 7 0 5 5 M ore Info Call: (336) 6 79 -JO B S Applicants must present 2 forms of identification, one being a Photo ID EOE Come Find Out Why They Call It THt MAPHOUSt 100 Laps for the Most Powerful Cars Sanctioned by Illllllir Bowman Gray'WketarSaM tone**' STADIUM A NWscdH1Ilggend /SfflnlM IiTiT-"12 and Older -$10 Ages S through 11 • $2 Children under 6 • FREE! Plus races for the Sportsman and Stadium Stock Divisions S a t u r d a y l N i g h t m ymOates open for practice at 8 Vv k e l E N www.BdwmanGravRacine.com336.723.j819 2921392^ D4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 16,2013 LearningAboutThePioneers S e c o n d g r a d e r e a d e r s w ith M rs. O a k e s , M rs. H a m p td n a n d M rsl M cK n ig h t a t W illiam R . D a v ie E le m e n ta ry h a v e b e e n re a d in g b o o k s b y L a u ra In g a lls W ilder. T h e y c o m p a re d life in th e 1 8 0 0 s to life to d a y . S tu d e n ts w ra p u p t h e L a u ra In g a lls W ild e r w ith a p p le b u tte r a n d b r e a d . T h e y u s e d a s c ie n c e e x p e ri­ m e n t to m a k e th e ir o w n b u tte r to e n jo y w ith th e ir s n a c k . S h o w n a t rig h t a r e A k ira R e d m o n d , C o n n o r K e a to n , M rs. M c K n ig h t1 H eid i Trfft, M r. A llen , C a rlis s a S is s o n , a n d H u n te r D y so n . Nicklaus Ashburn Inducted Into Phi Beta Kappa At WFU Nicklaus Powell Ashbum was inducted into the presti­ gious Phi Beta Kappa honor society during a ceremony at Wake Forest University.. The society awards mem­ bership to junior students at universities for maintaining a GPA within the top I % of the class and for outstanding char­ acter. Ten other juniors, out of a class of over 1,200 from Wake Forest, achieved this honor. Ashbum has been granted membership into the Mortar Board honor society for his academic successes and leader­ ship. He serves as president of the United Methodist Wesley Foundation and is chief of the Wake Forest Emergency Re­ sponse Team. For his service to WFU and the community, the school also awarded him the Pro Hu- manitate ("For Humanity," the school's motto) Service Excel­ lence Award. This award is given to one male and one fe- 'male per class each year, and this was his third year receiving this award. An honor graduate of Da­ vie High School in 2010, Ash- bum is the son of Kay Powell Koroll and Marty Ashbum of Advance. He is the grandson of Eleanor Powell-Hines and the late Pete Powell of M t. Airy and Rick and M arie Hartman of Advance. LEGAL NOTICES A sh b u rn T he D avie C ounty 4-H H orse Jud ging te am (left to right) S arah D oub, C laire W alker, M aeL ena A pperson an d Elizabeth B ourne. Horse Judging Team At Competition T he D av ie C ounty 4-H rinburg on April 13. Horse Judging Team attended There w ere three seniors the 2013 N .C . S tate H orse w ho com peted, Claire Walker, Judging C om petition at S i. Elizabeth Bourne and M aeLe- Andrews University in Lau- na A pperson; as w ell as a as an individual, junior, Sarah Doub. T he team m em bers ad- Doub, in her first year of vanced their know ledge o f com peting, placed 10* overall evaluating perform ance, con­ formation and horsemanship. npp PSiss ' 4 NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY N O T IC E Public Sale: Mocksville Mini- Storage intends to sell the con­ tents of the following units for un­ paid rent and collection. ‘291 Kristin Pitts, 377 Martha McMillan, 379 Christopher Sol- dlano, 470 Kimberly Watkins, 473 Annie Benson, 89 Devon Christine Johnson. 150 Sammie Clement. 183 Zach Mongtomery, 247 Myra Wilson, 258 Beatrice Vaughters, 284 Sabrina' Daniel Wright, 286/290 Annette HiH. Public sale date: May 31. 2013 at 2:00 p.m. No personal checks. Household. 124 Eaton Rd, Mbcksvillel 336-751-2483. 5-16-2tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY E X E C U T O R ’S N O T IC E Having qualified as Executors of the Estate of LOIS W. BRACK­ EN, deceased, of Davle County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 16th day of August, 2013, being three months from the first day of publication of this notice, or this notice will' be pleaded In bar of their recovery. AU persons in­ debted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the 'undersigned. This the 16th day of May, 2013. ALBERT THOMAS BRACKEN 176 Duard Reavis Road Mocksville, NC 27028 JOHN STEPHEN BRACKEN, JR. 315 puard Reavis Road Mocksville, NC 27028 PIEDMONT LEGAL ASSOCI­ ATES, PA Lynne Hicks. Attorney (or the Estate NC Bar #011125 124 West Depot Street Mocksville, NO 27028 • (336)751*3312 5-16-4tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY C R E D IT O R ’S N O T IC E FILE NO:09-E-351 Having quaified as Execu­ tor of the Estate of MICHAEL L. DODICK. deceased, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to file an item­ ized. verified statement thereof with the undersigned on or before the 16th day of AugusL 2013,' or this notice will be pleaded in bar of any recovery thereon. AU per­ sons indebted to said estate are requested to make prompt settle­ ment This 9th day of May, 2013. MICHAEL J. DODICK Executor of the Estate of Michael L. Dodick 310 Scotchpine Drive Mandevillq, LA 70471 EISELE, ASHBURN, GREENE & CHAPMAN, PiA., ATTORNEY P.O. Box 1106 Statesville, NC 28687 (704)878-6400 5-16-4tp STATE OF NORTH CAROUNA COUNTY OF DAVIE C R E D I T O R S N O T IC E Having qualified as Adminis­ trator ol the Estate of STEPHEN . MORREY JEFFERSON, late of Davie County, this Is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before August 16,2013, (being 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 corpora­ tions indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 16th day of April, 2013. ANN L. LEGGE 1391 Strattford St Brea. CA 92821 THE FRYE LAW FIRM 1171 West Fourth St (Lower Level) Winston-Salem, NC 27101 5-2-4tn Learning The Value Of Money D in a B o w m a n fro m B a n k o f th e C a ro lin a ’s ta lk e d w ith M o ck sv ille E le m e n ta ry k in d e rg a rte n a n d first g r a d e c l a s s e s a b o u t th e im p o rta n c e o f m o n e y a n d th e p u r p o s e of s a v in g m o n e y . S h e b ro u g h t “p e ts a n d p ro d u c ts " to se ll a n d b u y a n d p la y e d g a m e s to te a c h t h e s e c o n c e p ts . A b o v e , s h e ta lk s to first g ra d e rs . B e lo w rig h t, k in d e rg a rtn e r Z a ly a h L loyd p ic k s o u t ite m s to b u y fo r h e r n e w p e t, a n d a t left, k in d e rg a rtn e r K e ira B ro c k w a its to s e e if s h e h a s e n o u g h m o n e y to b u y a p e t. IV HTJR VJ'.t kid* STKOUSE house auctions SURPLUS/SALVAGE SALES EVERY FRI. & SAT. @ 6:30 PMI -424 Industrlnl Dr.,. SUVtesvllla. NC 2D.G2S Phono: 704-B72-84C4MJCtlOM IH1 MIKI SI HC'.J J1.. f<CAI.l IC IMjJwww.strousehousBauciian5.com C la s s ifie d s 1-877-751-2120 HarrisPool & Supplies Cleaflfe]g»Cheffiiab*PbQl&$|alasblation Opening & Ctodg • Vmjf Ukt Reptaniat Tommy HanisTOwncr-Ovcr 20 Yr. Exp. 277 PIcasam Acre D r, Mocksville Home (336) 284^817 Business (336) 9094027, Famous Chicken *11 Blsraits ShiflManagers Computer & Feople Skills. RdiabIe TVansportation. Sales Driven. Cash Handling & Inventory Experience. Background Check. Start $8.00/Hr C r e w M e m b e r s Willing to Learn. Reliable Tbnsportntioa Available all shifts. Weekends a Plus. Background Check. Start $725-750/Hr apply.bojcmgles.com Hwy 601, Mocksville S E P A R A T I O N ? D I V O R C E ? *N o office visit re q u ire d fo r sim ple divorce* E 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 Advance, NC 336:813-1173 rossketnerggmail.com DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, May 16,2013 - D5 LEGAL NOTICES NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY C R E D IT O R S N O T IC E Having qualified as Co-Ex­ ecutors of the Estate of FRAN­ CES WESLEY JORDAN, late of Davie County, this is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said Es* n o RTH CAROUNA tate to present written claim to OAVlE COUNTY the undersigned on or before July IN THE GENERAL COURT OF 25,2013, (being three (3) months JUSTICE from the first day of publication of DISTRICT COURT DIVISION this notice) or this notice will be' .. RLENO. 13 CVD 101 112 Park Place Court cent (5%) of the purchase price, sec. West passing through an of Davie County, North Carolina: ister of Deeds of Davie County, Mocksville, NC 27028 or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars iron in the southern right of way and because of default In the North Carolina reference to which MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP ($750.00), whichever Is greater, margin of SR 1332 at 670.00 feet payment of the Indebtedness se- is hereby made for a more par- Attorneys at Law will be required at the time of the for a total distance of 700.00 feet cured thereby and failure to carry ticular description of said lot. IOCourtSquare sale. Following the expiration of to a railroad spike in the center out and perform the stipulations Subject to restrictions of re- Mocksville, NC 27028 the statutory upset bid period, all of SR 1332 right of way; thence and agreements contained there- cord. 5-2-4tn the remaiping amounts are imme- with the center of SR 1332 right in and, pursuant to demand of the S aveandexceptanyreleas- diately due and owing. of way North 78 deg. 52 mln. 00 holder of the indebtedness se- es, deeds of release or prior con- Said property to be offered sec. East passing through spikes cured by said Oeed of Trust, the veyances of record, pursuant to this Notice of Sale at 25.00 feet and 190.00 feet lor undersigned Subslitute Trustee Safdpropertylscom m only is being offered for sale, transfer a total distance of 235.00 feet will place for sale, at public auc- known as 128 Sweetgum Drive, and conveyance "AS IS WHERE TO THE BEGINNING, containing tion, to the highest bidder for cash Mocksville, NO 27028. IS." There are no representations 3.776 acres, more or less, as sur- at the usual place of sale at Davie Third party purchasers must of warranty relating to the title or veyed June 12,1991, by Grady L. County Courthouse, Mocksville, pay the excise tax, and the pleaded In bar of their recovery. North Carolina State Employees any physical, environmental, Tutterow, and being a portion of North Carolina on May 24, 2013 court costs of Forty-Five Cents All persons, firms and corpora- Credit Union, Plaintiff, vs. tlons indebted to said Estate will doe N. Reavis. Defendant health or safety conditions exist- lands described by DB 130, Pg. please make immediate payment to the undersigned. ■ This the 25th day of April, 2013. JOHN DICKSON JORDAN JR. 100 CaIumetCt n o t i c e o f s e r v i c e O F P R O C E S S B Y P U B L IC A T IO N TO: Joe N. Reavls TAKE NOTICE that a plead- .-^r . A ,n9 seeking relief against you has HONALD BURTON inHn jM h * ,ilad ln tha above entitled HONALD BURTON JORDAN action. The nature of the relief ba- «rin.r .. 11 S ' S . : ins eouSht is as follows:Winston-Salem, NC 27107 Tha Pteinim Nor(h Carolina 5 tP State Employees Credit Union has filed a Complaint for monies owed. You are required to make de­ fense to such pleading not later than the 13th day of June, 2013, Ing in, on. at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject to all prior lidns, unpaid taxes, any un­ paid land transfer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or ex- 480, Davie County Registry. And Being more commonly known as: 239 Elmore Rd, Mocksville, NC 27028 The record owner(s) of the property, as reflected on the re­ al 11:00 AM that parcel of land, (45c) per One Hundred Dollars Including improvements thereon, ($100.00) pursuant to NCGS situated, lying and being in the 7A-308(a)(1). A cash deposit City of Mocksville, County of Da- (no personal checks) of five per- vie, Stale of North Carolina, and cent (5%) of the purchase price, being more particularly described or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars in the above referenced Deed of ($750.00), whichever is greater, cords of the Register of Deeds, Trust. Address of property: 450 will be required at the time ol the ceptions of record. To the best Hernandez, of the knowledge and belief of The property to be offered pur- the undersigned, the current suant to this notice of sale is be- owner(s) of the property is/are Ing offered for sale, transfer and Michael A. Crafford. conveyance "AS IS, WHERE IS." Is/are Anastacio H. Gonzalez- Farmland Road, Mocksville, NC sale. Following the expiration of 27028. Tax Parcel ID: G5-000- the statutory upset bid period, all 00-148- Present Record Owners: the remaining amounts are imme- Brad D. Ellison aka Brad Ellison, diately due and owing. The terms of the sale are that Said property to be offered the real property hereinbefore pursuant to this Notice of Sale An Order for possession of NeithertheTrusteenortheholder described will be sold for cash to is being offered for sale, transfer the property may be issued pur- of the note secured by the deed the highest bidder. A deposit of and conveyance ‘AS IS WHERE suant to G.S. 45-21.29 In favor of trust, being foreclosed, nor five percent (5%) of the amount IS." There are no representations of the purchaser and against the the officers, directors, attorneys, of the bid or Seven Hundred Fifty of warranty relating to the title or party or parties in possession employees, agents or authorized Dollars ($750.00), whichever is any physical, environmental, poratioiis having claims against from the~first" DubHcation^ by the clerk of superior court of representative of eitherTrustee or greater, is required and must health or safety conditions exist-IA,,, , Iaaa APADAr. r\. in. ...AA - fha DDIIflKl In U/Hifh IKa nmnaftu Iha KnIHar n( fha nnla maVa anw Ka IariHaroW in Iha form of ao HL Iaa in Ar. of nr ralofinn Kn IhA NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY N O T IC E T O C R E D IT O R S AU persons, firms and cor- said date being forty (40) days WILLIAM GEORGE SUMMERS, notice and upon your failure to deceased of Davle County, North do so the party seeking service r'arn.lna ara „n««nW fn -KIKi, QgaIst y0U will apply tO the COUttCarolina, are notified to exhibit the same to:. BRENDA JANE SUMMERS. Executor 6561 Hearthstone Drive Raleigh. NC 27615 on or before July 25. 2013, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Debtors of the Decedent are asked to make im­ mediate payment. This 16th day of April. 2013. DIANNEA. WALLIS of Wallis Law Firm, RA.. for the relief sought. This the 25th day of April, 2013. BY CHAD C. FREEMAN ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF 26 COURT SQUARE MOCKSVILLE, NC 27028 (336) 751-2918 5-2-3tn the county in which the property the holder of the note make any be tendered in the form of certi- ing in, on, at, or relating to the is sold. Any person who occu- representation or warranty relat- fied funds at the time of the sale, property being offered for sale, pies the property pursuant to a ing to the title or any physical, en- The successful bidder shall be This sale is made subject to all rental agreement entered into or vironmental, health or safety con- required to pay revenue stamps prior liens, unpaid taxes, any un­ renewed on or after October 1, ditlons existing in, on, at or relat- on the Trustee's Deed, any Land paid land transfer taxes, special 2007, may, after receiving the no- ing to the property being offered tice of sale, terminate the rental for sale. Any and all responsibili- agreement upon 10 days’ written ties or liabilities arising out of or in notice to the landlord. The notice any way relating to any such con- Shail also state that upon termi- dition expressly are. disclaimed, nation of a rental agreement, the This sale is made subject to all tenant is liable for rent due under prior liens and encumbrances, the rental agreement prorated to and unpaid taxes and assess- the effective date of the termina* ments including but not limited to Transfer Tax and costs of record- assessments, easements, rights ing the Trustee's Deed. The real of way, deeds of release, and - property hereinabove described any other encumbrances or ex- is being offered for sale ‘AS IS, ceptions of record. To the best WHERE IS” and will be sold sub- of the knowledge and belief of ject to all superior liens, unpaid the undersigned, the current taxes, and special assessments, owner(s) of the property is/are Other conditions will be an- David S. Conrad and Tonya M. nounced at the sale. The sale will Conrad. NORTH CAROLINA Attorneys for BRENDA JANE DAVIE COUNTY SUMMERS, Executor EX EC LITonfQ m o t io rEstate of WILLIAM GEORGE b * E C U T O R S N O T IC E tion. any transfer tax associated with be held open for ten (10) days for An Order for possession of If the trustee is unable to con- the foreclosure. A deposit of five upset bids as by law required. If the property may be issued pur­ vey title to this property for any percent (5%) of the amount of the for any reason the Trustee is un- suant to G.S. 45-21.29 in favor reason, the sole remedy of the bid or seven hundred fifty dollars able to convey title to this proper- of the purchaser and against the purchaser is the return of the de- ($750.00), whichever is greater, ty or the sale is set aside, the sole party or parties in possession SUMMERS having qualified as Executor posit. Reasons of such inability Is required and must be tendered remedy of the purchaser is the re- by the clerk of superior court of 5500 McNeeIy Drive Suite °* Esta,e °* RONALD LEE to convey include, but are not Iim- in the form of certified funds at the turn of the deposit. Furthermore, the county in which the property ' -|Q2 COLEMAN, deceased, of Davie ited to, the filing of a bankruptcy time of the sale. This sale will be if the validity of the sale is chai- is sold. Any person who occu- Ralelgh NC 27612 County. North Carolina, this is to petition prior to the confirmation held open ten days for upset bids Ienged by any party, the Trustee, pies the property pursuant to a (919)783-8118 noli^ a’’ Persons* ^rms and of the sale and reinstatement of as required by law. Following the In its sole discretion, if It believes rental agreement entered into or 4-25-4tn porat’ons ^avin9 claims against the loan without the knowledge of expiration of the statutory upset the challenge to have merit, may renewed on or after October 1, said decedent to exhibit them to the trustee. Ifthevalidityofthe period, all remaining amounts declare the sale to be void and 2007, may. after receiving the no- Ihe undersigned on or before the sale is challenged by any party, are IMMEDIATELY DUE AND return the deposit. In either event tice of sale, terminate the rental 2nd day of August, 2013, being the trustee, in their sole discre- OWING. Failure to remit funds the purchaser will have no further agreement upon 10 days' written three months from the Tuat day of tion, if they believe the challenge In a timely manner will result in recourse against the Mortgagor, notice to the landlord. The notice publication of this notice, or this to have merit, may request the a Declaration of Default and any the Mortgagee, the Mortgagee's shall also state that upon termi- ........................................ deposit will be frozen pending Uie attorney or the Trustee. Additional nation of a rental agreement, the outcome of any re-sale. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR LEASEHOLD TENANTS: If you Trustee Services of Carolina, t are a tenant residing In the prop- *-STATE OF NORTH CAROUNA COUNTY OF DAVIE C R E D I T O R S N O T IC E Having qualified as Execu­ tor of the Estate of DOROTHY IRENE SHORE CHEEK, late of Davie County, this is to notify all mediate payment’ to’ theunder- persons, firms and corporations signed, having claims against said Es-. This the 2nd day of May, 2013. tate to present written claim to ^ RONALD SPEED COLEMAN notice will be pleaded In bar of court to declare the sale to be their recovery. AU persons, firms void and return the deposit. The and corporations Indebted to said purchaser will have no further estate are notified to make im* remedy. the undersigned on or before July 25,2013, (being three (3) months from die .first day of publication of this notice) or Uiis notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. AU persons, firms and corpora­ tions indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This-the 22nd day of April, 2013. . TALMADGE C. CHEEK, JR. 270 25th Avenue NW Hickory, NC 28601 c p ngi MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law 10 Court Square Mocksville, NC 27028 4-25-4tn 873 Gladstone Road Mocksville, NC 27028 PIEDMONT LEGAL ASSOCI­ ATES, PA Lynne Hicks, Attorney 124 West Depot Street Mocksville, NO 27023 (336)751-3312 5-2-4tn Brock & Scott, PLLC Attorneys for Trustee Ser­ vices of Carolina, LLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVfE C R E D IT O R S N O T IC E Having qualified as Executor A M E N D E D N O T IC E O F F O R E C L O S U R E S A L E Under and by virtue of a Pow­ er of Sale contained In that cer­ tain D^ed ol Trust executed by Michael A. Crafford and Saman­ tha Jo Crafford to David B. Craig, Trustee(s), which was dated No­ vember 9, 2001 and recorded on November 9,2001 in Book 394 at Notice Where the Real Property tenant is liable for rent due under is Residential With Less Than the rental agreement prorated to i S Rental Units: An order for the effective date of the termina- possession of the property may' tion. LLC erty, be advised that an Order for. be issued pursuant to G.S. 45* lfthetrusteeisunabietocon- SubstituteTrustee Possession of the property may 21.29 in favor of the purchaser vey title to this property for any be Issued in favor of the purchas- - and against the party or parties in reason, the sole remedy of (he er. Also, if your lease began or possession by the clerk of superi- purchaser is the return of the de- was renewed on or after October or court of the county In which (he posit Reasonsofsuchinability 1, 2007, be advised that you may property Is sold. Any person who to convey include, but are not Iim- 200 terminate the rental agreement occupies the property pursuant to ited to, the filing of a bankruptcy Wilmington, NC 28403 upon 10 days written notice to a rental agreement entered into petition prior to the confirmation PHONE: (910) 392-4988 the landlord. You may be liable or renewed on or after October 1, of the sale and reinstatement of FAX: (910) 392-8587 for rent due under the agreement 2007, may, after receiving the no- the Ioanwithouttheknowledgeof Rle No.: 12-23397-FC01 prorated to the effective date of tice of sale, terminate the rental the trustee. If the validity of the 5-9-2tn the termination. agreement upon 10 days' written sale is challenged by any party. The date of this Notice is May notice to the landlord. Upon ter- the trustee, in their sole discre- 3,2013. mination of a rental agreement, tion, if they believe the challenge Grady I. Ingle or Elizabeth B. Ells -the tenant is liable for rent due to have merit, may request the under the rental agreement pro- court to declare the sale to be rated to the effective date of the void and return the deposit. The termination. Any person who oc- purchaser will have no further cupies the property pursuant to a remedy, bona fide lease or tenancy may of the Estate (4 BETTY rTh EGE, * » • OouhtV * * lata of Davls County, this Is to no- ,Fara lna' „ ,Default having been made oftify all persons, firms and corpo­ rations having claims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before August 9. 2013, (being three (3) months from the first day of pub­ lication of this notice) or this no- the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the under­ signed, Trustee Services of Caro­ lina, - LLC, having been substi­ tuted as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said default having di- NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIE COUNTY 13SP90 IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXECUTED BY ANASTACIO H. GONZALEZ- HERNANDEZ AND ESTELA ROMERO CAJA DATED MAY 25, 2004 AND RECORDED IN BOOK 553 AT PAGE 53 IN THE DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC REG- ISTRY, NORTH CAROLINA N O T IC E O F S A L E Under and by virtue of the Substitute Trustee 10130 Perimeter Parkway. Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28216 (704) 333-8107 STATE OF NORTH CAROUNA COUNTY OF DAVIE C R E D I T O R S N O T IC E Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of SUSAN P. KR- ENACH, late of Davie County, power and authority contained this is to notify all persons, firms In -the above-referenced deed of and corporations having claims trust and because of default in against said Estate to present http-J/shapiroattomeys.com/nc/ have additional rights pursuant to . 13-040761 Title Vll of 5.896 - Protecting Ten- Posted: __________________ ants at Foreclosure Act which be- . By: ____________________ came effective on May 20. 2009. 5-9-2tn Rogers Townsend & Thomas, PC, Substitute Trustee (803)744- 4444,113217-03514 P10352B0 5-16-2tn NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY 10 SP 201 N O T iC E O F F O R E C L O S U R E S A L E Under and by virtue of a Pow­ er of Sale contained in that cer-♦Iao will ha nlaaHaH In har nl IhAir ovluo'K*"iy Saia aeiBUIl naving Ql- ------- —------------------ - -a —— -------- — ■--------- 01 Ui oaiw WJllltunwu Kl Uiai cor-Oce w«loe peaaeoini Darortnar rectad that lha Deed 0( Tnlst be the payment ol the secured In- written claim to the undersigned tain Deed of Trust executed by foreclosed, the undereigned Sub- debtedness and failure to perform on or before Augusta 2013, (be- Davi<j stuart Conrad and Tonyaco rporations ind eb ted tO Said tS - Tn..t____!,,.Al_>____I___ th a stlnulatinn an d a a ra a m a n ts inn th raa T31 m o n th s Irnm Ihn first n ~ jn t____corporations tate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. 1 This the 9th day oT May, 2013. STEVE HEGE 3099 Hwy. 601 S Advance, NC 27006 5-9-4tn stilute 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 May 22. 2013 at 10:00AM, the stipulation and agreements therein contained and. pursu­ ant to demand of the owner and holder of the secured debt, the undersigned substitute trustee will expose for sale at public auc- ing three [3J months from the first day of publication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. AU persons, firms and corporations indebted to said Estate will please make Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC Substitute Trustee Brock & Scott, PLLC Attorneys for Tmstee Ser­ vices of Carolina, LLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington. NC 26403 PHONE: (910) 392-49B8 FAX: (910) 392-B5B7 Rle No.: 10-09759-FC01 5-l6-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAViE COUNTY IN V IT A T IO N T O B ID MWBE Subcontractors & Suppliers Davie Construction Company is requesting proposals from Certified MWBE Subcontractors tion to the highest bidder for cash immediate payment to the under- STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE C R E D IT O R S N O T IC E Having qualified as Executrix of the Estate of HAROLD CON- and will sell to the highest bidder a* ^ 0 usu0I place of sale at the signed, for cash the following described county courthouse of said county property situated In Davie Coun- a* 2:30PM on May 24, 2013 the ty, North Carolina, to wit: following described real estate Being known and designated • anc^ an7 other improvements This the 2nd day of May, 2013. COURTNEY KRENACH GROOME as Lot Number 22 of Section 3, Creekwood Estates as shown in Marie Conrad to Wade Leon­ ard. Trustee(s). which was dated March 23, 2009 and recorded on March 27, 2009 In Book 787 at Page 37, Davie County Registry. & Suppliers for the ‘ECU School North Carolina. of Dental Medicine, Community Default having been made of Service Learning Center #6 Da- the note thereby secured by the vidson County Community Col- said Deed of Trust and the under- lege campus, Thomasville, NC." signed, Trustee Services of Caro- for Divisions 1,3,4, 5 ,6, 7. 8 .9, lina, LLC, having been substi- 10,12,13,21,22.23.26,27,28. Executorof the Estate of tuted as Trustee in said Deed of 31, 32, 33. AU MWBE must be Susan P. Krehach Trust, and the holder of the note certified or eligible for MWBE cer- T DAN WOMBLE, Attorney at evidencing said default having di- tification. Law rected that the Deed of Trust be Sub Bids are due in the of- 3802 Clemmons Road, SuiteA foreclosed, the undersigned Sub- tice no later than 5:00 PM, PO Box 1698 stituto Trustee will offer tor sale at Wednesday, May 29, 2013. CIernmonst NC 27012 the courthouse door of the county Plans are available for review at 5-2-4ln courthouse where the property is the following locations: DCC Of- located, or the usual and custom- fice, Carolinas AGC Raleigh, and deg. 52 min. 00 sec. East 45,00 12-SP-286 AMENDED NOTICE ary location at the county court- Hispanic Contractors Association feet from the southeast comer of OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S house (or conducting the sale Carolinas11005 Burke Street. W- W. B. Sharpe. Jr., DB 106, Pg. FORECLOSURE SALE OF 0n May 29. 2013 at 10:00AM, Salem, NC. Interested subcon- 346, and runs thence South 11 REALPROPERTYUnderandby and will sell to the highest bidder tractors should contact Brantley deg. 06 min. 00 sec. East pass* virtue of the power and authority for cash the following described Smith, (336) 940-6600. PO Box tlons indebted to said Estate will ’"’iK d ’J ^ 'j^ ro h a s e .s must in9 through an iron in the south- contained In that certain Deed of property situated in Davie Coun- 1724. Clemmons. NC 27012. AU please make Immediate payment pay exCjS0 tax ancj the ern n£)ht of way margin of SR Trust executed and delivered by ty, North Carulina, to wit: contractors will receive consid-to the undersigned. . ’ ™ ~ b.~j n ««:-------»r.— _ . . . . . This the 26th day of April, WAY SHOUGH. late of Davie Map B00k 5< page ^ OH]ce o( County, this is to notify all per- the Ragister o( Deeds of Davie sons, firms and corporations nav- county, North Carolina referenceing claims against said Estate I present written claim to the un­ dersigned on or before August 2. 2013, (being three [3] months from the first day of publication of this notice) or this notice will be to which is hereby made for a more particular description. which may be situated thereon, in Davie County, North Carolina, and being more particularly de­ scribed as follows: BEGINNING at a railroad spike in the center of SR 1332 right of way (locally known as pleaded in bar of their recovery. Jtnown as t -j2 Wills Road, Ad- All persons, firms and corpora- vance, NC 27006. Save and except any releas- Elmore Road) Iocaled North 78, r ' . J . . CO mln AA nan Cael AU f\C.es, deeds of release or pnor con­ veyances of record. Said property Is commonly 2013.PATRICIA GATEWOOD SHOUGH court costs of Forty-Five Cents 1332 at 30.00 feet for a total dis- Brad D. Ellison aka Brad Ellison, Being known and designated eration for employment without (45C) per One Hundred Doilars tance 700.00 feet to an iron; dated August 23, 2008 and re- as j.ot 85 as shown on the Map regard to race, creed, color, or ($100.00) pursuant to NCGS thence South 78 deg. 52 min. 00 corded on September 4, 2008 in of North Ridge, Phase 3 as the national origin. 7A-30B(a)(1) A cashdeposit sec. West 235.00 feet to an iron; Book No. 770 at Page 141 in the same is recorded in Plat Book 8, 5-16-1tn (no personal checks) of five per- thence North 11 deS- 08 mln- 00 0ffice of lhe Register of Deeds page 35 in the Office of the Reg-l CD •Thursday. 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VA Benefits Eligible. 1-866-362-6497 Yard Sale Advance MULtl-FAMiiY YARD SUE. 131 Hunters Trail, Fit., 5/17/13 & Sat.. S/18/13 7am-until. Infants, kids & adult dom ­ ing, household items, live traps, walk-in green­ house. Psck-n-Play,2001 KTM6S motorcycle, too much Io Estl 641 Gordon Dr. Moving Sale. Sal. May 18th, 6am-2pm. CoolMuee. 7345 Hwy 801 near Sdgewood Circle. 2-Family Yard Sale. Sal. May I8lh, 7am* 2pm. Lots Of Good Buysl Furniture, bedspreads, Yard Sale DavIeCounty Clemmons Clemmons West Community Yard Sale. Saturday, May 16th, 7am-Until. Sale is throughout the com­ munity. Mocksvllle IN-HOUSE ft YAttD SAIL 158 Cub Creek Lane (Smilh Grove area), Fri., 5/17/13 & Sat., 5/18/13 8anv6pm. 'Treasured Hems including books, crock |ars, glass­ w are, shoes, casual clothing, 2 new m en's coveralls, handmade cro­chet pieces ft quilts, use­ ful kitchen items, microwave. 45 + LP vinyl records, old vinegar jars & other misc. Hems. Mocksvllle MULTl-FAillir YARD SAIL 806 Pino Rldge Road, Sat., 5/18/13 7am-3pm. Pet Grooming Business closed! Bathing beauty, scissors, cagos, DVDs, elc., craft supplies, sewing machines, mobili­ty scooter ft wheelchair, women's clothing ft jew­ elry, small Idtchen appli­ances. RaIn Dale: June 1st MDOksvIIfe Yard Sale. Friday May I7lh ft Saturday, May 18lh. 356 Gladstone Rd. Yard trac­ tor, liras ft wheels, tools, tool box, old clock, watch­ es, Jewelry, glassware ft lots of misc. items 3 Family Yard Sale. Saturday, Msy 18th, 8em-1pm. 143 Fred Lanier Rd., across from Lake Myers Campground. Sam e day as Lake Myers yard sale: Household Items, furni­ ture, clothes and lots of olher great items. Mocksvllle 4-FAMIlY YARD SALE. Center Church Shelter. 64 W est. Sat., 5/18/13 7am-4pm. Furniture, chfld swing set, baby Hems, clothes, bikes ft morel RAIN OR SHINE Moeksvlile, 127 Homer Potts Rd. 4-Family Yard Sale. Fri.. May 17th ft Sat., May 18lh, Bam-lpm. Mecksvtlte. 557 John CiOlts Rd. YARD SALE - Sat. May 18th aam-until. Toys, Clolhes, Household items and lots more. MockSVllle. 715 Pinebrook School Rd- (olf US 158 or Farmington Rd.) Yard Sale. Sat. May I8lh, 7:30am-2pm. Baby clothes ft baby gear, toys, tools, lawn equipment, slove, adult clolhes and morel Moeksvllls.993 Farminglon Rd. 3-Famlly Yard Sale. Ri. S/17 ft Sat. 5/18, 7am- 1pm. Men's, women's ft kids' clolhes,' maternity ft baby girl clolhes. house­ hold Hems ft much more. The Mutfples Parent Association witl be host­ ing a Yard Sale at the Brock Community build­ ing on June 1st. If you are interested In setting up a table please contact Ashley at 336-705-2253. Enlryfee Is $15 per park­ing space and $25 for a double parking space. Reln date wm be June 8th Babyltems Baby bouncer-exarclser, like new cost $96, deal at $45: Pac-n-play $10.00 704-637-9014 CemeteryLots & Monuments Memory. 2 beautiful plots. Section 57C, 3 ft 4. 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Garage kopt. Very good condi­ tion. 6 yrs old. $375.704- 433-6776 DP Trerimllt $75; Exercise bike $40. Call 704-637-9014 for more information.M e d i c a l E q u i p m e n t U k e B r a n d N e w l Healthrtder exercise bike. Cost $375 new. Sell for $150. Call 336470-2951 AnENTION SLEEP APNEASUFFERERSwiIh Medicare. Gel CPAP Replacement Supplies at little or NO COST, plus FREE home dellveryl Best of all. prevent red skin sores and bacterial irilec* Uonl Call 1-077*763-9842. NOflDATRACK TREAbftmi • lice new. $400. Fteasa call 960-621-9696 for more Information. ! F a r m E q u i p L f t S u p p l i e s ! Imacaro electric hospital bed. tan with full skfo rafls, tike new $500. Call 704-322-6094John Deere model 365, round hay baler. $8,500. 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